Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 84, Number 2, Summer 2006 Page: 233
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Article detailing the University of Oklahoma's reaction and response to the declaration of World War I in 1917. This includes the University of Oklahoma's administration, faculty, and students' actions to support the war effort. The revamped campus included barracks and military-training facilities. A Student Army Training Corps, precursor to ROTC, was born, and numerous students and faculty entered the armed services.
Earning Their Spurs in the Oil Patch: The Cinematic FBI, the Osage Murders, and the Test of the American West (Article)
This article covers the Osage Murders, a series of murders occurring in Osage county in the early 1920s where victims were members of the Osage Tribe who all held rights that entitled them to oil royalties. The murders were eventually solved and later used to promote the Federal Bureau of Investigation, even being used as the basis for multiple books and movies.
On the Gallows' Edge: Capital Punishment, Appeals, and Presidential Clemency in Indian Territory, 1896-1907 (Article)
This article continues Von Creel's study of the administration of justice in Indian Territory courts and expands upon the application of capital punishment. Von Creel details the cases of nine individuals who were convicted of capital crimes but who escaped hanging. Their stories involve the complicated legal processes of appeal, application for presidential clemency, commutation of sentence, and post-verdict motions.
Article discussing Oklahoma's involvement in the space race through the collaboration of Senator Robert S. Kerr and Frontiers of Science Foundation Director James E. Webb to bring the space age to Oklahoma in the 1950s and 1960s. In concert with other state leaders they promoted a National Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Space, encouraged science education in public schools, and brought nationally prominent space-race advocates to Oklahoma.
Notes and Document section from Volume 84, Number 2, Summer 2006. It includes an article honoring the individuals who were inducted into the annual Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame in 2006. The honorees in April 2006 were Joe C. Jackson, Denzil D. Garrison, Alice Tyner Timmons, and Robert "Bob" F. Read, Sr.
For the Record Section from Volume 84, Number 2, Summer 2006. It presents the minutes from the regular quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society that was called to order on Wednesday, January 25, 2006.
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