Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 85, Number 2, Summer 2007 Page: 221
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Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame:
Pendleton Woods and
Martin A. Hagerstrand
By Linda D. Wilson
Since 1993 the Oklahoma Historical Society has annually honored up
to four individuals, both professional and amateur, in its Oklahoma
Historians Hall of Fame. Recipients are selected on the basis of their
contributions to the preservation, collection, interpretation, and
dissemination of Oklahoma history. This criteria was first pub-
lished in The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 72 (Summer 1994).
Early honorees included Grant Foreman, Joseph B. Thoburn,
Muriel H. Wright, Edward Everett Dale, and Angie Debo. In addition
to historians, the award has been bestowed on artist Charles Banks
Wilson, Cherokee genealogist Emmet Starr, author John Joseph
Mathews, and Apache leader and educator Mildred Imach
The inductees are honored at the Awards Banquet held during
the Oklahoma Historical Society's Annual Meeting in April each
year. In April 2007 W. David Baird, Guy W. Logsdon, Pendleton
Woods, and Martin A. Hagerstrand (posthumously) were inducted
into the Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame. Woods and
Hagerstrand are featured in this issue of The Chronicles, and Baird
and Logsdon appeared in the Spring 2007 issue.
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