Monday, 6:00pm CST, February 6, 2023

Image of Dee Cordry, Author & Retired Special Agent of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
"White Thunder, Cheyenne Holy Man"
Speaker:  Dee Cordry, Speaker, Author, Historian & Retired Lawman
Attend at the Oklahoma History Center or via Webinar
Dee Cordry was a law enforcement special agent for the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation retiring after twenty-five years of service.  He has a B.S. in Professional Law Enforcement from Oklahoma City University.  He is a public speaker, author, and subject matter expert on the history of Oklahoma law enforcement, and Cheyenne and Arapaho history.  He has authored many books: “Children of White Thunder, Legacy of a Cheyenne Family 1830-2020”, 2022; “Alive If Possible, Dead If Necessary”, 2005; “Deadly  Business”, 1985; (Chronicles of Oklahoma); “Outlaw and Lawman Map of Oklahoma” 1989 (Oklahoma Heritage Association). Cordry was the editor of the Oklahombres Journal, 1989 – 2000 and he is currently a freelance writer for the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Tribune newspaper.

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