Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 79, Number 3, Fall 2001

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Quarterly publication containing articles, book reviews, photographs, illustrations, and other works documenting Oklahoma history and preservation.

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258-384 p. : ill.

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Oklahoma Historical Society Autumn 2001.

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  • Carney, George O. From Lee to Reba and Beyond: Oklahoma Women in American Popular Music
  • Meredith, Howard Cultural Conservation and Revival: The Caddo and Hasinai Post-Removal Era, 1860-1902
  • Brooks, Robert L. Bisque Dolls in the Archaeological Record: A Collection from the Town of Ingersoll
  • Blaisdell, Lowell L. Anatomy of an Oklahoma Lynching: Bryan County, August 12-13, 1911
  • Gibson, Wayne Dell Cherokee Treaty Party Moves West: The Bell-Deas Overland Journey, 1838-1839
  • Armstrong, Connie G. Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame: Louis H. Coleman
  • Winchester, Jean A. "His Most Prized Possession": The Garrison Quilt in the State Museum of History
  • Hanne, Daniel The Green Corn Rebellion, Oklahoma, August, 1917: A Descriptive Bibliography of Secondary Sources
  • Franzmann, Tom L. Review of Blue Jacket: Warrior of the Shawnees
  • Wilson, Nathan Review of Major Problems in American Indian History
  • Wilson, Raymond Review of Massacre at Cheyenne Hole: Lieutenant Austin Henely and the Sappa Creek Controversy
  • Mullins, William H. Review of Voices in the Storm: Confederate Rhetoric, 1861-1865
  • Anderson, Kenneth Review of World War II and the American Indian
  • Musslewhite, Lynn Review of Bryce Harlow: Mr. Integrity
  • Hada, Kenneth E. Review of Something in the Soil: Legacies and Reckonings in the New West
  • Ellis, Clyde Review of The Seminole Baptist Churches of Oklahoma: Maintaining Traditional Community
  • Stewart, Duncan Review of Immigrant Minds, American Identities: Making the United States Home, 1870-1930
  • Travis, Paul D. Review of Scots in the North American West, 1790-1917
  • Franks, Kenny A. (Kenny Arthur), 1945- Review of The Santa Fe Trail: Its History, Legends, and Lore
  • Leahy, Todd Review of Contrary Neighbors: Southern Plains and Removed Indians in Indian Territory
  • Reese, Linda W. Review of Angie Debo: Pioneering Historian
  • Neal, Diane Review of Southern Invincibility: A History of the Confederate Heart
  • Armstrong, Connie G. Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame: Louis H. Coleman
  • Winchester, Jean A. "His Most Prized Possession": The Garrison Quilt in the State Museum of History
  • Hanne, Daniel The Green Corn Rebellion, Oklahoma, August, 1917: A Descriptive Bibliography of Secondary Sources

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The mission of the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) is to collect, preserve, and share the history and culture of the state of Oklahoma and its people. The OHS was founded on May 27, 1893, by members of the Territorial Press Association.

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Quarterly publication containing articles, book reviews, photographs, illustrations, and other works documenting Oklahoma history and preservation.

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258-384 p. : ill.

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"Volume LXXIX."

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  • OCLC: 1554537
  • Library of Congress Control Number: 23027299
  • ISSN: 0009-6024
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc1761011

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  • Publication Title: Chronicles of Oklahoma
  • Volume: 79
  • Issue: 3
  • Page Start: 258
  • Page End: 384

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The Chronicles of Oklahoma is the scholarly journal published by the Oklahoma Historical Society. It is a quarterly publication and was first published in 1921.

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For the Record, Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 79, Number 3, Fall 2001 (Article)

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For the Record section from Volume 79, Number 3, Fall 2001. It includes the minutes of the Quarterly Board Meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society that was held on April 19-20, 2001, as well as the minutes of the Annual Meeting of the Membership held by the Oklahoma Historical Society on April 20, 2001.

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Anatomy of an Oklahoma Lynching: Bryan County, August 12-13, 1911

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Oklahoma Historical Society. Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 79, Number 3, Fall 2001, periodical, Autumn 2001; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1761011/: accessed February 3, 2023), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.

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