Wicked Omaha Ryan Roenfeld

Wicked Omaha

Author: Ryan Roenfeld
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Book Title
Wicked Omaha
Author
Ryan Roenfeld
ISBN
9781467137317
In old Omaha, the scent of opium wafted through saloon doors, while prostitutes openly solicited customers. When the St. Elmo theater ran short of the usual entertainment, the residents could always fall back on robbing strangers. Tenants of the Burnt District squirmed under the extorting thumb of a furniture dealer dubbed the Man-Landlady. The games of chance and confidence and outright municipal graft all played a part in a wicked city where gambler Tom Dennison ran politics and Madam Anna Wilson drove philanthropy. Join Ryan Roenfeld for a stroll along the seamier side of Omaha's past.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Ryan RoenfeldPublisher: History PressPublished: 03/13/2017ISBN: 9781467137317Pages: 96Weight: 0.50lbsSize: 8.90h x 6.00w x 0.30d
In old Omaha, the scent of opium wafted through saloon doors, while prostitutes openly solicited customers. When the St. Elmo theater ran short of the usual entertainment, the residents could always fall back on robbing strangers. Tenants of the Burnt District squirmed under the extorting thumb of a furniture dealer dubbed the Man-Landlady. The games of chance and confidence and outright municipal graft all played a part in a wicked city where gambler Tom Dennison ran politics and Madam Anna Wilson drove philanthropy. Join Ryan Roenfeld for a stroll along the seamier side of Omaha's past.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Ryan Roenfeld
Publisher: History Press
Published: 03/13/2017
ISBN: 9781467137317
Pages: 96
Weight: 0.50lbs
Size: 8.90h x 6.00w x 0.30d
In old Omaha, the scent of opium wafted through saloon doors, while prostitutes openly solicited customers. When the St. Elmo theater ran short of the usual entertainment, the residents could always fall back on robbing strangers. Tenants of the Burnt District squirmed under the extorting thumb of a furniture dealer dubbed the Man-Landlady. The games of chance and confidence and outright municipal graft all played a part in a wicked city where gambler Tom Dennison ran politics and Madam Anna Wilson drove philanthropy. Join Ryan Roenfeld for a stroll along the seamier side of Omaha's past.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Ryan Roenfeld
Publisher: History Press
Published: 03/13/2017
ISBN: 9781467137317
Pages: 96
Weight: 0.50lbs
Size: 8.90h x 6.00w x 0.30d