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Lawton Constitution

Lawton Constitution

The Lawton Constitution, the pioneer paper of Comanche County, was established in 1903 as a successor to the newspaper, the Elgin Eagle. The paper had both daily and a weekly edition and was affiliated with the Democratic Party.

Lexington and Cleveland County Leader

Lexington and Cleveland County Leader

The Lexington Leader was founded June 4, 1891 as a Democratic newspaper. In 1892 the owner, W. D. Covington moved the newspaper from Lexington to Noble, Oklahoma and changed the name from the Lexington Leader to the Cleveland County Leader.

The Lincoln County Journal and The Stroud...

The Lincoln County Journal and The Stroud Star

The Stroud Star was a publication serving the town of Stroud, Oklahoma from 1898 to 1907. In 1907 the Stroud Star and Lincoln County Journal joined together to make one publication for the town of Stroud. The publication lasted until an unknown date in 1910 and was converted into The Stroud Democrat.

The Logan County News

The Logan County News

The Logan County News was published by J. H. Maher in 1903. It was an eight-page, six-column weekly newspaper published every Thursday with H. C. Jent credited as editor and proprietor.

Luther Register

Luther Register

Founded in Luther, Oklahoma, Oklahoma County, in 1899, the Register was published and edited by G. W. Baer.

The Langston City Herald (Langston City,...

The Langston City Herald (Langston City, O.T.)

The Langston City Herald debuted on May 2, 1891, as the first weekly African American newspaper in Oklahoma Territory. The Herald was a paramount promoter of African American homesteading in the territory. It circulated throughout the South, including parts of Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, and Texas. Because of its widespread readership, the Herald was vital to the settlement of blacks in Oklahoma.