Darryl’s Indian grandfather was sentenced to the “big house” (state prison) at McAllister for moon-shining. “Indeterminate sentencing" was an oxymoron for Indians in Oklahoma at that time, so he was in there for years.
Darryl Gorham was born near the tiny rural town of Konawa in Seminole County, southeast of Oklahoma City, part of the old Seminole Indian Nation’s treaty territory
Posted January 15, 1998
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