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         Oklahoma History:     more books (100)
  1. Roadside History of Oklahoma (Roadside History (Paperback)) by Francis L. Fugate, 1991-06-01
  2. Tourists of History: Memory, Kitsch, and Consumerism from Oklahoma City to Ground Zero by Marita Sturken, 2007-01-01
  3. Oklahoma: A History by W. David Baird, Danney Goble, 2008-10-31
  4. Oklahoma: A History of Five Centuries by Arrell Morgan Gibson, 1981-12
  5. Journey Toward Hope: A History of Blacks in Oklahoma by Jimmie Lewis Franklin, 1982-12
  6. The Indians in Oklahoma (Newcomers to a New Land) by Rennard Strickland, 1981-06
  7. The Color of the Land: Race, Nation, and the Politics of Landownership in Oklahoma, 1832-1929 by David A. Chang, 2010-02-01
  8. It Happened in Oklahoma (It Happened In Series) by Robert L. Dorman, 2006-07-01
  9. 100 Oklahoma Outlaws, Gangsters & Lawmen by Daniel Anderson, Laurence Yadon, 2007-04-15
  10. Oklahoma I Had Never Seen Before: Alternative Views of Oklahoma History
  11. Alternative Oklahoma: Contrarian Views of the Sooner State
  12. Oklahoma Treasures and Treasure Tales by Steve Wilson, 1989-05
  13. West of Hell's Fringe: Crime, Criminals, and the Federal Peace Officer in Oklahoma Territory, 1889-1907 by Glenn Shirley, 1990-09
  14. Ghost Towns of Oklahoma by John Wesley Morris, 1980-06

1. Oklahoma History On The WWW
oklahoma history Links This guide provides topical organization of web sitesrelated to oklahoma history, geography and genealogy. oklahoma history.
Oklahoma History Links: This guide provides topical organization of web sites related to Oklahoma history, geography and genealogy. Some annotation is provided but many sites overlap and some sites will be listed more than once. Some sites provide information on line while most will include indexing and contacts for further research. Some buttons will link to a section with a different main title.
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2. Oklahoma's History
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Oklahoma's History Although one of the youngest states in the nation, Oklahoma is a land that reaches far back in time. Oklahoma's recorded history began in 1541 when Spanish explorer Coronado ventured through the area on his quest for the "Lost City of Gold." The land that would eventually be known as Oklahoma was part of the 1803 Louisiana Purchase Beginning in the 1820s, the Five Civilized Tribes from the southeastern United States were relocated to Indian Territory over numerous routes, the most famous being the Cherokee "Trail of Tears." "Boomers," who wanted the rich lands opened to non-Indian settlement. The government decided to open the western parts of the territory to settlers by holding a total of six land runs between 1889 and 1895. Settlers came from across the nation and even other countries like Poland, Germany, Ireland and Slavic nations to stake their claims. And African-Americans, some who were former slaves of Indians, took part in the runs or accepted their allotments as tribal members. In the years that followed, black pioneers founded and settled entire communities in or near Arcadia, Boley, Langston and Taft. On November 16, 1907, Oklahoma became the 46th state

3. Oklahoma History
oklahoma history. Francisco Vásquez de Coronado first explored the region for Spain in 1541.

4. Oklahoma History
A series of articles dealing with all aspects of the state's history, including the prehistoric native Category Society Ethnicity Native Americans History......A Brief History of Oklahoma OKGenWeb Logo.
A Brief History of Oklahoma Prehistoric Inhabitants The Native Tribes French and Spanish Explorations The French Traders ... State Emblems This research is dedicated to my two sets of grandparents: Frank Cobb and Florence (Minesinger) Adams Samuel Earl and Mary Ellen (Adair) Riddle who taught me as a child to appreciate learning, and books. They, fearing that I would suffer from boredom, due to a physical disability, taught me to appreciate history, and learning. They also were the ones who taught me to love books. My "Grandma" Riddle, being a Cherokee Indian, was educated at the Eastern State Normal School, where she learned to be a teacher to her people. I thank her for leaving me the many history books which she kept, read, and loved, and which were instrumental in my becoming a bibliophile. I will forever owe them a dept of gratitude. This information has been gathered from research done in several areas. Various sources are available. Please contact me for further information. This page has been designed and put together by Ann Maloney , Bartlesville, OK.

5. History_of_Science_Collections
The University of oklahoma history of Science Collections contain aweinspiring works from the early days of printing to
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... OU Academy of the Lynx Decorative screen by Joe Taylor, Professor of Art emeritus based on images in the History of Science Collections Decorative screen detail and explanation coming soon) The University of Oklahoma History of Science Collections contain awe-inspiring works from the early days of printing to classics of the scientific revolution to lively examples of later popular texts. About the Collections describes the Collections' holdings of 90,000 volumes, including 50 incunabula (books printed before 1500), and Galileo's own copy of the first edition of his

6. Biographies Of Prominent Men In Oklahoma History
Biographies of Prominent Men in oklahoma history OKGenWeb Logo Biographiesof the Governors. Hernando De Soto, Francisco Vasquez Coronado,
Biographies of Prominent Men in Oklahoma History
Biographies of the Governors
Hernando De Soto Francisco Vasquez Coronado Bernard de la Happe The Chouteau Brothers Zebulon M. Pike James B. Wilkenson Captain Richard Sparkes General Andrew Jackson Thomas Nuttall Stephen H. Long Sequoyah or George Guess John Ross Elias Boudinot The Ridge or Major Ridge John Ridge Opothleyahola General Stand Watie Colonel William Penn Adair Allen Wright Jesse Chisholm Joseph G. McCoy David L. Payne ... Robert L. Owen Robert M. French Samuel M. Rutherford William Penn Adair "Will" Rogers The Phillips Brothers William "Bill" Keeler Ann Maloney , Bartlesville, OK.

7. OkieLegacy - Other Oklahoma Web Sites.
OkieLegacy is a collection of written publications concerning family legacies, journals,newsletters, oklahoma history, and Oklahoma web sites and NW Oklahoma
Okie Legacy
The Family... Vada's Diary
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Oklahoma History Web Sites
Add your website to the Oklahoma History Ring! "OKLAHOMA HAIL!" the O.U. Alma Mater The music history site is dedicated to the fading and almost lost University of Oklahoma Alma Mater song, "Oklahoma Hail!" Submitted by J. R. Martin "OKLAHOMA HAIL!" the O.U. Alma Mater's Script to place on Homepage. A Fathers Legacy Stories of my life as I honestly remember them. Written especially for my children and grandchildren. Stop in and sign my guestbook while you are here. Submitted by ErnestMartin A Fathers Legacy's Script to place on Homepage. Arapaho Arrow 1892 The Arapaho ARROW 1892 was an early day newspaper, in Custer County, Oklahoma Territory. SW Oklahoma History Growing pains of a new town; Arapaho pioneering businessmen; the first storm; the first death; civil proceedings That is the heart of SW Oklahoma History. Submitted by SusanBradford Arapaho Arrow 1892's Script to place on Homepage.

8. Oklahoma History
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  • The origin of town name: Broken Arrow 1904 Census of Broken Arrow, OK Known Confederate Veterans Buried in Tulsa County, OK Known Union Veterans Buried in Tulsa County, OK ... Chief Black Kettle
  • 9. Oklahoma Independent History And Genealogy Home Page
    Independent oklahoma history and Genealogy Independent OklahomaHistory and Genealogy. Click button to email webmaster
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    Search Oklahoma Counties List Indian Nations/Territory Cherokee Outlet Oklahoma Timeline ... 14 Flags Over Oklahoma
    Oklahoma Territory No Man's Land Unassigned Lands Anyone interested in adopting an Oklahoma Topic, Indian Nation, County, etc, contact webmaster
    What's Happening in Oklahoma
    The Guardian Statue Atop Oklahoma Capitol Dome Oklahoma Living Calendar Of Events Oklahoma Tourism Department This 'n That - Reunions - Queries - Misc. ... Northwest Oklahoma Virtual Cemetery
    Original Counties In the early days, seven counties were outlined and were designated as the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Counties. The first seven counties were Logan , Cleveland, Oklahoma, Canadian, Kingfisher, Payne, and Beaver.

    10. Harper County, Oklahoma History And Genealogy Home Page
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    Created in 1907 from Indian Lands, Woods County, and Woodward County. Named for O. G. Harper, a clerk in the Constitutional Convention. Court Clerk has marriage, divorce, probate, civil court records; County Clerk has land records from 1895; school records from 1912 to 1958. Harper Co. court records and newspapers are on microfilm at the Woodward Library Harper County Court House 311 SE 1st Buffalo, OK 73834
    Harper Co., OK Database contain 438 Individuals 153 Families 125 Surnames Photos
    What's Happening in Oklahoma
    Oklahoma Living Calendar Of Events Oklahoma Tourism Department This 'n That - Reunions - Queries - Misc. ... Harper County Saving Graves
    Harper County Neighbors Beaver Ellis Woodward Woods Kansas If you would like to submit Harper County data, please contact me email or ICQ # This The American History and Genealogy Project site is owned by Ellis Co., OK

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    Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. Oklahoma Living History Directoryand Reenactor Index. University of Ok - Dept. of the History of Science.
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    Standards 910-11-12-13. oklahoma history GEOGRAPHY. OKLAHOMA HISTORICAL SOCIETYThe Cross Timbers Resource Book LESSONS. OK Route 66 Association, Inc. website.
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    From The National Geography Standards:
    "Places and Regions:
    The identities and lives of individuals and peoples
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    People are central to geography in that human activities help shape Earth's surface, human settlements and structures are part of Earth's surface, and humans compete for control of Earth's surface. Standards 9-10-11-12-13 OKLAHOMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Cross Timbers Resource Book LESSONS OK Route 66 Association, Inc. website Welcome To Oklahoma website

    13. Oklahoma History - Links - CFNUSS
    oklahoma history, Oklahoma's National Register Handbook State Of OklahomaHomepage oklahoma history A guide to the history of the state.
    Oklahoma History Fur Trade in Indian Territory -Presentation with text and pictures of the Fur Trade Period in Oklahoma.
    History of Oklahoma Lawmen and Outlaws
    -Dedicated to the careful, correct research and preservation of lawman and outlaw history.
    10th Kansas, Company A Volunteer Infantry
    -Federal unit in Indian Territory.
    Robert S. Kerr (1896-1963)
    -Traces the life of Oklahoma Governor and U. S. Senator.
    Southwest Oklahoma Genealogical Society

    Oklahoma Heritage Association
    -Features information on the preservation of local history.
    North Central Oklahoma Historical Association
    -Turn of the century reference material, genealogy and contemporary accounts of events.
    Tulsa Race Riot, 1921
    -Short account from a city guide.
    Olive Hill Cemetery
    -Includes a map of the plots, burials keyed to gravesite, and family histories and genealogies.
    Oklahoma Historical Society
    -With archives, bookstore and educational links.
    Oklahoma Historical Society
    -A map of historical sites in Oklahoma. Oklahoma's National Register Handbook State Of Oklahoma Homepage Oklahoma History -A guide to the history of the state. Friends of the Oklahoma Historical Society Archives -Non-profit educational corporation to promote the preservation of Oklahoma History.

    14. History Of USS Oklahoma
    HISTORY AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF USS OKLAHOMA. Oklahoma (BB37) was laiddown 26 October 1912 by New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, NJ
    Oklahoma (BB-37) was laid down 26 October 1912 by New York Shipbuilding Corp., Camden, N.J.; launched 23 March 1914; sponsored by Miss Lorena J. Cruce, daughter of Oklahoma Governor Lee Cruce, and commissioned at Philadelphia 2 May 1916, Captain Roger Welles in command. When commissioned Oklahoma (BB-37) displaced 27,500 tons; was 583' in length; had a beam of 95'3"; drew 28'6" of water; could make 20.5 knots of speed; was manned by 864 officers and men; and was armed with ten Mark 1 14 inch/45 guns, twenty-one Mark 7 5 inch/51 guns and two 21 inch torpedo tubes. She joined the Atlantic Fleet with Norfolk her home port, Oklahoma trained on the eastern seaboard until sailing 13 August 1918 with sister ship Nevada to join in the task of protecting Allied convoys in European waters. In December she was part of the escort as President Woodrow Wilson arrived in France, departing the 14th for New York and winter fleet exercises in Cuban waters. She returned to Brest 15 June 1919 to escort President Wilson in George Washington home from his second visit to France, returning to New York 8 July. A part of the Atlantic Fleet for the next two years, Oklahoma was overhauled, trained, and twice voyaged to South America's west coast; early in 1921 for combined exercises with the Pacific Fleet, and later that year for the Peruvian Centennial. She then joined the Pacific Fleet for six years highlighted by the cruise of the Battle Fleet to Australia and New Zealand in 1925. Joining the Scouting Fleet in early 1927, Oklahoma continued intensive exercises during that summer's Midshipmen Cruise, voyaging to the East Coast to embark midshipmen, carrying them through the Panama Canal to San Francisco, and returning by the way of Cuba and Haiti.

    15. Oklahoma History
    History of the Opening of Oklahoma. You are too new to have a history.' Because ofthat statement I began to devote more time to the study of oklahoma history.
    History of the Opening of Oklahoma and The Indian Tribes Settlement of Oklahoma Linda Haas Davenport Many people have family stories about an Indian Ancestor. When most people think of Indians they think of Cherokees. However, there were/are many different Indian Tribes in Oklahoma. Look at the history of the settlement of Oklahoma and note the Indian tribes that inhabited a given county, it may give you a clue as to which tribal rolls to check. Address delivered by the Hon. Edger S. Vaught. Nov 14, 1945. before the Daughters or the American revolution, in Oklahoma City, Ok. Reprinted in The Chronicles of Oklahoma Pg 386-393. 1945 "I was once told, 'The trouble with you people in Oklahoma is that you have no history. You are too new to have a history.' Because of that statement I began to devote more time to the study of Oklahoma History. Imagine my astonishment when the history or Oklahoma was fully reveled." From 1803 until 1819 the US and Spain differed over the boundary line between their respective possessions. Spain claimed possession of all that section north and northwest or Mexico, including what is now Texas, New Mexico.Oklahoma and a portion of what is now Colorado, Arizona and California. In a treaty signed in 1819 the US end Spain agreed that the Red River would constitute the boundary between their respective possessions. In that same year Congress created Arkansas Territory which included the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma.

    16. Oklahoma: History And Museums
    oklahoma history and Museums. The Ancestry Historical Newspaper Collection, OklahomaHistory and Museums United States History and Museums Directory
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    17. Oklahoma History
    links,search,email. Kristin Rainey Rumble. last added July 7, 2002!! Adda Link to the oklahoma history Page! Northern Oklahoma Southern
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    Along the Chisholm Trail ..comprehensive, well-done site by researcher who traveled the route of the famous cattle drives...
    Oklahoma Historical Documents- Tulsa and many others -intriguing site by Don Wise
    ...A Young Girl Recalls Her Adventure During the Oklahoma Land Run
    Red Carpet Country-Northern Oklahoma Links, Facts, etc.. The Unassigned Lands of Oklahoma Territory ... 1800 to 1890 Canadian, Cleveland, Kingfisher, Logan, Oklahoma, and Payne Counties (read the brief, but detailed historical account on first page!) The Cherokee Outlet - USGenWeb Page for this north central OK area Cherokee Strip ...brief history of the Oklahoma Land Run era at BJ's BYTES Participants in the 1893 Oklahoma Land Run ...list at BJ's BYTES Garfied County Genealogists, Inc.

    18. Oklahoma History Website
    Turner Falls, Oklahoma April 2001. Now available History CDs at a minimal costArdmore and Carter County Grocery Stores of the Past Interesting sites around
    Butch Bridges Webpages Home of OklahomaHistory.Net Photos and "This and That" Newsletters - Since March 24, 1996 - PO Box 11 Ardmore, Oklahoma 73402 Ph: 580-223-0892 Email Me!
    Turner Falls, Oklahoma April 2001 Now available History CDs at a minimal cost
    Ardmore and Carter County Grocery Stores of the Past Interesting sites around south central Oklahoma Photos of over 170 Bells of Oklahoma Info and movie of Ardmore's viaduct fire of 1964 Famous 1909 hanging of four men at Ada, Oklahoma Ardmore School Days , report cards, Student Directories The Saga of Brown Springs south of Thackerville, Oklahoma continues...... My Life with Southern Oklahoma Ambulance Service from 1970 to 1986 Past Issues of my This and That Newsletters Carter County Cemetery Burial Records and locations Installation of the new Courthouse Copula in 1999 Everyone Loves a Poll, so lets go to the Polls!
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    19. Oklahoma History
    oklahoma history in a Nutshell. Oklahoma, during prehistoric times,as evidenced by the fossil record, was part of the great sea
    Oklahoma! Home Where we are Okies, Famous and Otherwise Politics ... home Oklahoma History in a Nutshell Oklahoma, during prehistoric times, as evidenced by the fossil record, was part of the great sea that covered it, Kansas, and Texas. Thankfully, God saw fit to uplift the land. It was a close vote but He also lifted up Texas too. Early settlers of European stock came to the country claming to have discovered it. Someone needs to explain how they can have discovered it when the Native American Indians were already here. Frenchman Jean Pierre Chouteau was the first settler to make a permanent post west of the Mississippi River. He did so in Oklahoma. Before him, the Spanish

    20. Oklahoma: History
    encyclopediaEncyclopedia—oklahoma history. The Native American Heritage.Oklahoma's Native American population is the largest in

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    The Native American Heritage
    Coronado almost certainly crossed Oklahoma in that year, and Hernando De Soto may have visited E Oklahoma. Later Juan de passed through W Oklahoma, and some other Spanish explorers and traders and French traders from Louisiana visited the region, but there was no development of the area. Louisiana Purchase in 1803, but the land remained in control of the sparse and nomadic native population. For the most part only traders, official explorers (notably Stephen H. Long), and scientific and curious travelers (among them Washington Irving and George Catlin) came into the present-day state.
    Indian Territory
    Indian Territory . Their tragic removal is known as the Trail of Tears. They settled on the hills and little prairies of the eastern section and built separate organized states and communities. The Cherokee particularly had a highly Europeanized culture, with a written language, invented by their great leader Sequoyah, and highly developed institutions. Some of the Cherokee were slaveholders and ran their agricultural properties in the traditional Southern plantation pattern; others were small farmers. The Five Civilized Tribes clashed briefly with the Plains Indians, particularly the Osage, but they were for a time free from white interference, and they were able to establish a civilization that strongly affected the whole history of the region.

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