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Will Rogers and His Magic Mirror

Description: Article describes how Will Rogers reflected societal issues in his writings and criticism. William R. Brown focuses on the political aspects of Will Rogers' views and the political environment of Oklahoma in the early nineteenth century.
Date: Autumn 1979
Creator: Brown, William R.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Will Rogers as Social Critic

Description: Article focuses on the role of Will Rogers as social critic from Oklahoma. Joseph Stout includes excerpts of his writings to explore his views and humor in his newspaper columns, telegrams, books, and articles.
Date: Autumn 1979
Creator: Stout, Joseph A.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

America's Exiles

Description: Article discusses the history of voluntary as well as involuntary migration of American Indian tribes westward with the encroachment of white settlers, and the impact of treaties created with the United States government.
Date: Spring 1976
Creator: Gibson, Arrell M.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Will Rogers: An Introduction

Description: Article provides an introduction to Will Rogers in this issue dedicated to the cowboy entertainer and humorist, highlighting the work he contributed as an important public figure.
Date: Autumn 1979
Creator: Gibson, Arrell M.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Will Rogers' Roots

Description: Article traces the genealogy of Will Rogers, following the Cherokee roots of his ancestors to the frontier ranching and farming life of his immediate family.
Date: Autumn 1979
Creator: Meredith, Howard L.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Chickasaw Colonization in Oklahoma

Description: Article describes the history of Chickasaw people, including the troubles they faced with loss of land in treaties with the United States government, liquor traffic, and removal west. Blue Clark provides context to their history as a warrior nation and the ways they established new communities despite being under duress.
Date: Spring 1976
Creator: Clark, Blue
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Seminole Colonization in Oklahoma

Description: Article describes the history of Seminole origins, leadership, warfare, treaties with the United States government, and complex pattern of being uprooted and transplanted through droughts and battles.
Date: Spring 1976
Creator: Welsh, Louise
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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