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Photographs of Native Americans at Camp Wolf in Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 1923.
This pioneering paper of Comanche County was established in 1903 as a successor to the newspaper Elgin Eagle. The paper had both daily and a weekly edition and affiliated with the Democratic Party.
Photographs of Native Americans and their homes.
Founded June 4, 1891, as a Democratic paper, the County Leader survived until the 1920s.
This paper served the town of Stroud from 1898 to 1907. In 1907 the Stroud Star and Lincoln County Journal joined into a single publication that lasted until sometime in 1910.
The Logan County News was first published by J. H. Maher in 1903. The eight-page, six-column weekly newspaper was published every Thursday, with H. C. Jent credited as editor and proprietor.
Founded in Luther, Oklahoma County, in 1899, the Register was published and edited by G. W. Baer. The paper affiliated with the Republican Party and switched hands in 1906.
The Herald was the first weekly African American newspaper in Oklahoma Territory. Its widespread circulation throughout the South/Southeast was vital to African American settlement in the area.