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The 1920's were good for Skedee, it was an agricultural boom time, and the oil boom was in full swing.Though Skedee wasn't located in the oil rich areas, it did benefit indirectly, primarily through money spent by the Osage tribe, who received vast wealth from the oil boom.Competition for survival of these communities was fierce, and Skedee had the fortune of a viable water supply in nearby Crystal creek, which was key for the steam locomotives of the era, so the railroad was routed through the town.

Skedee's decline was typical of many small towns of the era.That same year, the dancer was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame. Johnson, and foreign dignitaries such as Charles de Gaulle.Marjorie Tallchief was the first Native American to be "première danseuse étoile" of the Paris Opera Ballet and performed with the Grand Ballet du Marquis de Cuevas. After her retirement from the stage, she acted as a dance director for the Dallas Ballet, the Chicago Ballet School and the Harid Conservatory until 1993. Shidler, a Pawhuska banker and rancher, who founded the town in December 1921.The other communities around it dwindled, reverting to scattered farmsteads.