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Birthday of the Klan: The Tulsa Outrage of 1917

Description: Article describes the events that led to the Tulsa Outrage of 1917, including the emergence of the "Knights of Liberty" a vigilante group grown from the Tulsa Council of Defense which persecuted members of labor organizations and whose actions foreshadowed later violence committed by the Ku Klux Klan.
Date: Winter 2019
Creator: Hopkins, Randy
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

For the Record, Winter 2019-20

Description: For the Record section including the minutes of the quarterly board meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society that was held on July 24, 2019 as well as the following lists: "New Members, July-August-September 2019" and "Twenty-Year Members, July-August-September 2019."
Date: Winter 2019
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

The Rough Riders Three

Description: Article describes the lives and participation of three "Rough Riders" in the Spanish-American War, later president Theodore Roosevelt, Frank Frantz, and Walter Cook, to illustrate how their lives began to intersect in the late 1890s.
Date: Winter 2019
Creator: Cummings, Joe
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Terrible Truth: The Tonkawa Massacre of 1862

Description: Article explores the history of the Tonkawa people in Texas and Oklahoma and illuminates the negative impact Union and Confederate forces caused by not honoring their treaty obligations to protect the Tonkawas from the tribes around them, who they were alienated from by allying themselves with the US government.
Date: Winter 2019
Creator: Connole, Joseph
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Aunt Maggie and the Child Welfare Special

Description: Article describes the traveling health caravan known as the Child Welfare Special and the founding of the United States Children's Welfare Bureau. Dan Lawrence explores how Dr. Maggie Koenig, one of the members of the traveling health clinic, contributed to the history of public health education.
Date: Autumn 2019
Creator: Lawrence, Dan
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

For the Record, Fall 2019

Description: For the Record section including the minutes of the quarterly board meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society held on April 24, 2019, the annual meeting of the membership held on April 25, 2019, and the organizational board meeting held on April 25, 2019. It also includes the following lists: "New Members, April-May-June 2019" and "Twenty-Year Members, April-May-June 2019."
Date: Autumn 2019
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Notes and Documents, Fall 2019

Description: Notes and Documents column including John Truden's "The Great Southeastern Oklahoma Elephant Hunt," a short document describing the efforts to recapture two Asian elephants that escaped from the Carson and Barnes Circus near Hugo, Oklahoma, in July of 1975.
Date: Autumn 2019
Creator: Truden, John
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

For the Record, Summer 2019

Description: For the Record section including the minutes of the quarterly board meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society held on January 23, 2019, and the special board meeting held on March 20, 2019 as well as the following lists: "New Members, January-February-March 2019" and "Twenty-Year Members, January-February-March 2019."
Date: Summer 2019
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Notes and Documents, Summer 2019

Description: Notes and Documents column including Phil Sutton's 'That Man Stone Photography: "Anything, Any time, Anywhere,'" a short document describing the history of That Man Stone Company, one of the most prolific photography studios before, and after, Oklahoma became a state.
Date: Summer 2019
Creator: Sutton, Phil
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

For the Record, Spring 2019

Description: For the Record section including the minutes of the quarterly board meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society that was held on October 24, 2018 as well as the following lists: "New Members, October-November-December 2018" and "Twenty-Year Members, October-November-December 2018."
Date: Spring 2019
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Fort Sill and the Birth of US Combat Aviation

Description: Article covers the history of Fort Sill as an aircraft, artillery unit, and observation balloon training center throughout both World War I and World War II, providing historical context for its importance in the field of military aviation.
Date: Spring 2019
Creator: Wikle, Thomas A.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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