Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 96, Number 2, Summer 2018 Page: 222
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For the Record section from Volume 96, Number 2, Summer 2018. It includes the Minutes of the Quarterly Board Meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society that was held on January 24, 2018. It also includes the following lists: "New Members, January-February-March 2018" and "Twenty-Year-Members, January-February-March 2018."
Notes and Documents section from Volume 96, Number 2, Summer 2018. It includes a short article honoring Henrietta Mann and Bill Moore, two of the inductees into the Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame in 2018.
Article traces the life and genealogy of S. R. Walkingstick to show the ways in which one Cherokee family contributed to the tribal and state community.
How W.K. Maxfield and the Doughboys from Southwest Oklahoma Helped Bring an End to the First World War (Article)
Article uses the story of W. K. Maxfield to share the exploits of the 36th Infantry Division at the Battle of Saint-Étienne during World War I.
Article chronicles the investigation into Maurice Halperin and other suspected Communist spies, and the eventual release of information proving Halperin's guilt.
Article uses the lives of the Evans and Clark families to demonstrate evolving systems of racial discrimination in the emerging state of Oklahoma.
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Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 96, Number 2, Summer 2018, periodical, Summer 2018; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1725829/m1/95/: accessed December 8, 2023), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.