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  • James Noe's $26,000 share

    James Noe's $26,000 share

    Internal documents from Independent Oil and Gas reveal the financial shape of the company 14 years after its founding -- and the surprisingly lucrative dividend paid to one former governor.More >>
    Internal documents from Independent Oil and Gas (formerly the Win or Lose Corporation) reveal the financial shape of the company 14 years after its founding -- and the surprisingly lucrative dividend paid to one former governor.More >>
  • The feds' probe of State Lease 309

    The feds' probe of State Lease 309)

    Documents more than 70 years old show the FBI and U.S. Attorney opened up an investigation in 1941 into the transactions involving State Lease 309, an oil lease in Union Parish in north Louisiana. More >>
    Documents more than 70 years old show the FBI and U.S. Attorney opened up an investigation in 1941 into the transactions involving State Lease 309, an oil lease in Union Parish in north Louisiana. More >>
  • Historians on the Win or Lose Corporation

    Historians on the Win or Lose Corporation

    The book Huey Long won a Pulitzer Prize back in 1969. Historians call it a beautifully written account of Huey P. Long's life. Historians call T. Harry Williams' 884-page book a work of art but, whileMore >>
    The book Huey Long won a Pulitzer Prize back in 1969. Historians call it a beautifully written account of Huey P. Long's life. Historians call T. Harry Williams' 884-page book a work of art but, whileMore >>
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  • Dirty Deeds: Huey Long's FBI files

    Dirty Deeds: Huey Long's FBI files

    The FBI released about 1700 pages of documents from Huey Long's FBI File. The files document allegations against Long for various acts of corruption.More >>
    The FBI released about 1700 pages of documents from Huey Long's FBI File. The files document allegations against Long for various acts of corruption.More >>
  • Louisiana's oil and gas leasing process

    Louisiana's oil and gas leasing process

    The state's Department of Natural Resources says the first oil well in Louisiana was drilled in 1901 in a rice field near the southern town of Jennings. 111 years later, oil and gas exploration and productionMore >>
    The state's Department of Natural Resources says the first oil well in Louisiana was drilled in 1901 in a rice field near the southern town of Jennings. 111 years later, oil and gas exploration and productionMore >>
  • Dirty Deeds: How we got the numbers

    Dirty Deeds: How we got the numbers

    Pegging a dollar figure to the royalty income of the Win or Lose Corporation and its descendants was not easy. The State Department of Natural Resources has data from 1970 available online. There areMore >>
    Pegging a dollar figure to the royalty income of the Win or Lose Corporation and its descendants was not easy. The State Department of Natural Resources has data from 1970 available online. There areMore >>
  • BiosMore>>

  • Bio: Huey P. Long

    Bio: Huey P. Long

    Huey P. Long was born on August 30, 1893 in Winnfield, La. to a middle-class farming family.  Initially home-schooled, he later attended local schools and was considered a good student, one with a photographic memory.More >>
    Huey P. Long was born on August 30, 1893 in Winnfield, La. to a middle-class farming family.  He was initially home-schooled but later attended local schools and he was considered a good student, one with a photographic memory.More >>
  • Bio: James Noe

    Bio: James Noe

    James A. Noe was born December 21, 1890 at Evans Landing, Indiana. Little is written about Noe's formative years, only that he attended county schools in nearby Kentucky and eventually joined the U.S. Army.More >>
    James A. Noe was born December 21, 1890 at Evans Landing, Indiana. Little is written about Noe's formative years, only that he attended county schools in nearby Kentucky and eventually joined the U.S. Army.More >>
  • Bio: O.K. Allen

    Bio: O.K. Allen

    Louisiana's 42nd governor was born in Winnfield, La. on August 8, 1882.  He attended Winn Parish public schools, along with the Long brothers, Huey P. and Earl K.More >>
    Louisiana's 42nd governor was born in Winnfield, La. on August 8, 1882.  He attended Winn Parish public schools, along with the Long brothers, Huey P. and Earl K.More >>
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