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Tecumseh Republican

Tecumseh Republican

The Tecumseh Republican was created in 1892 for the town of Tecumseh, Oklahoma. In 1937 the Tecumseh Republican ceased and became the Tecumseh Standard.

The Terlton Enterprise

The Terlton Enterprise

Terlton Enterprise was published by Miss L. M. King in Terlton, Pawnee County, Oklahoma from 1912 until 1916. It was published on a weekly basis, and in 1912 its banner read: “A Progressive Paper for a Progressive People.”

Texhoma Argus

Texhoma Argus

The Texhoma Argus was published beginning in 1908 by Joe L. Buckley in Texhoma, Texas County, Oklahoma.

The Texhoma Times

The Texhoma Times

The Texhoma Times was published on a weekly basis from 1904 to 1983. The Texhoma Times was established by J. E. Kerr in September of 1904. Its motto, printed on the front page of some issues, read “All the News That’s Fit to Print.”

Tulsa Daily World

Tulsa Daily World

The Tulsa Daily World appeared on September 14, 1905, in Tulsa, Indian Territory. The Tulsa World continues to be the second largest newspaper in Oklahoma.

Tulsa Democrat

Tulsa Democrat

The Tulsa Daily Democrat was published by William Stryker from 1904 until 1914. It was published every day except Saturday.

Tulsa Star

Tulsa Star

The Tulsa Star came into being in 1912 as the Muskogee Star. The Star was a staunchly Democratic African-American paper in an era when Republican ideals reigned over black communities. It began life as a weekly transitioning to a daily at some point after editor and publisher Andrew Jackson Smitherman moved the paper to Tulsa in 1913. Also known as the Tulsa Daily Star, the paper championed African-American causes, promoting progress and stability within Tulsa's black community until its dramatic and untimely demise following the race riot of May 31, 1921.

The Tyrone Observer

The Tyrone Observer

Tyrone Observer began May 5, 1904 in Tyrone, Oklahoma. It was published every Friday, and a subscription could be purchased for one dollar for a year of the newspaper. In 1904, its banner read “Uphold the Principles of the Republican Party and Thereby Foster and Develop the Wonderful Resources of Tyrone and Beaver County.” (Vol. 1 No. 26).