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At a time when most historians of American Indians wrote from a non-Indian perspective based largely on government documents, she utilized these sources but also incorporated oral history, tribal records, and anthropological studies.
At the time, she did not think of her treatment as something new, but later researchers point to The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic as one of the early examples of an ethnohistorical approach. Her book Sweet housewives want sex tonight Manning the John H. Dunning Prize of the American Historical Association as the most important contribution to studies in American history in After almost a decade at West Texas, Debo returned to Marshall to live with her parents and to write a host of books ranging from state and local history to biography to American Indian history.
Her most controversial book, And Still the Waters Runexamines the effects of the termination of tribal governments and the forced liquidation of tribal lands among Oklahoma's Five Tribes. Threatened by libel suits from prominent Oklahoma businesspeople and politicians named in the manuscript, the University of Oklahoma Press declined to publish the book.
When editor and press director Joseph A. Brandt left the state to take a position at Princeton University Press, her "most important" book found a home. Beginning in she served as editor of the Indian-Pioneer Papers, a compilation of oral history interviews from Oklahoma's older Indian people and early homesteaders. Many of To those women who just need a release interviews became the primary source material for her later study of the Creeks.
She accepted her second WPA job in With her lifelong commitment to social justice, Debo served on the Oklahoma board of directors of the American Civil Liberties Union.