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Established by several local businessmen in October 1893 in Ardmore, Carter County, the
Ardmoreite was the first daily newspaper in Indian Territory. Added:
This paper debuted in Anadarko, Oklahoma Territory on September 30, 1901. Dubbed the “The Official Paper of Anadarko", it changed names and publishers several times in its 14-year lifespan.
Established in 1889 by Frank H. Greer in Winfield, Kansas, the paper found its home in Guthrie when he relocated. The paper, billed as the first newspaper printed in Oklahoma Territory, ran until 1911.
Photographs from the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division feature airplanes, flight, sports, and people.
Photographs from the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Division include many images of Native Americans.
W. F. Kane founded the weekly in 1908. The paper served Duke from 1908 and into the 1920s. There is no indication this paper supported any political, religious or ethnic groups.
Images featuring street scenes, automobile and industrial accidents, and Miss Universe contestants.
Durant Weekly News appeared circa 1901, in Durant, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory. It was an eight-page Democratic paper, issued on Fridays and the result of a consolidation of the Durant Times and the Durant Eagle. Added:
These newspapers, published in Drumright, began in 1913 in daily and weekly editions. Titles include
The Drumright Derrick, The Evening Derrick, and The Drumright Evening Derrick. Added: