Angie Debo
Date of Birth  :
1890-30-01 1988-21-02
Place of Birth  :
Beattie,Kansas.
Country  :
United States
Field of Expertise  :
Anthropology
Educational background  :

Bachelorís degree in history from University of Oklahoma.

Masterís degree in international relations from University of Chicago.

Ph. D. from the University of Oklahoma.

Acheivements / Contributions  :

  • Angie Debo's dissertation was published by the University of Oklahoma Press in a book, The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic. The book was awarded The John H. Dunning Prize by the American Historical Association.

  • Angie Debo's dissertation was published by the University of Oklahoma Press in a book, The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic. The book was awarded The John H. Dunning Prize by the American Historical Association.

  • Debo spent 1933-1934 at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas as it's curator.

  • She was typically interested in the American Indians.

  • She was celebrated as Oklahoma's "greatest historian" and acknowledged as "an authority on Native American history, a futurist, and a historical heroine in her own right."

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Bibliography  :
And Still the Waters Run , Road to Disappearance: A History of the Creek Indians (Civilization of the American Indian) ,The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic. (Civilization of the American Indian),A History of the Indians of the United States (Civilization of the American Indian Series).