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Read the West Book Club: Drawing Fire: A Pawnee, Artist and Thunderbird in World War II

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Presented by National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum at The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City OK

Mar 08 2020
Read the West Book Club: Drawing Fire: A Pawnee, Artist and Thunderbird in World War II

Woven with Pawnee legend and language and quickened with wry Native wit, Drawing Fire traces the service of recognized Pawnee Indian and artist Brummett Echohawk as he and his unit of Depression-era cowboys, farmers and more than 1,000 American Indians fight their way through key battles at Sicily, Salerno and Anzio during World War II. Read the West Book Club meets in January, February and March; attend one or all three. Books available for purchase in The Museum Store (15% discount for Museum

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The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum

1700 NE 63rd St., Oklahoma City, OK 73111

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