When the government opens up the Oklahoma territory for settlement, restless Yancey Cravat claims a plot of the free land for himself and moves his family there from Wichita. A newspaperman, lawyer, and just about everything else, Cravat soon becomes a leading citizen of the boom town of Osage. Once the town is established, however, he begins to feel confined once again, and heads for the Cherokee Strip, leaving his family behind. During this and other absences, his wife Sabra must learn to take care of herself and soon becomes prominent in her own right.- Written by George S. Davis <email@example.com>
Forty years of social and urban progress in American life from 1889-1929 are seen through the life of a progressive newspaper editor/lawyer in Oklahoma, and the wife who resents his longing for the excitement of the frontier in the years after the Oklahoma land rush.- Written by scgary66
A newspaper editor settles in an Oklahoma boom town with his reluctant wife at the end of the nineteenth century.- Written by Shannon Patrick Sullivan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A recreation of the famous Oklahoma Land Rush of the late 1880s.