The Western World (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 190?-19??

The Western World was a weekly newspaper starting from the 1900s running until sometime later in the 1900s. It was published in Oklahoma City, Okla. by J.C. Leftwich, J.W. Capers.

The Gateway to Oklahoma History currently provides access to 42 issues (338 pages) from 2 years of this newspaper's run. The earliest date held is April 23, 1903. The last date is July 14, 1904. Access to this newspaper is made possible in part by The Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation.

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Additional Details

Language: English

Places

  • United States - Oklahoma - Carter County - Ardmore
  • United States - Oklahoma - Kingfisher County - Kingfisher
  • United States - Oklahoma - Lincoln County - Chandler
  • United States - Oklahoma - Logan County - Guthrie
  • United States - Oklahoma - Muskogee County - Muskogee
  • United States - Oklahoma - Oklahoma County - Oklahoma City
  • United States - Oklahoma - Pottawatomie County - Shawnee
Kind Serial Title

Identifiers

  • LCCN: sn83025073
  • OCLC: 9230324
  • UNT-TITLE-ID: t01278


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The Western World, title in The Gateway to Oklahoma History. University of North Texas Libraries. https://gateway.okhistory.org/explore/titles/t01278/ accessed March 2, 2024.



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