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A Reading Room of Their Own: Library Services for African Americans in Oklahoma, 1907-1946

Description: Article discussing the struggles African American Oklahomans faced for access to public library services. The first forty years of statehood brought a few successes, and by mid-century only eleven communities provided a public library facility for the state's black citizens.
Date: Autumn 2006
Creator: Cassity, R. O. Joe, Jr.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Meeting of Conquerors: Art Goebel and Charles Lindbergh in Tulsa, 1927

Description: Article recounts the meeting of Art Gobel and Charles A. Lindbergh in Tulsa in September 1927. Both aviators, Goebel was known as "The Conqueror of the Pacific," while Lindbergh was "The Conqueror of the Atlantic." Their meeting and behavior toward Oklahomans revealed much about each man's character and personality and about the American practice of hero making.
Date: Spring 2007
Creator: Hedglen, Thomas
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Necrology, Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 7, Number 1, March 1929

Description: Necrology section for Volume 7, Number 1, March 1929. Included are memorials honoring Robert Hall Parham, a newspaper man; Doctor L. C. Tennent, a doctor and former Confederate soldier; Thomas E. Oakes, one of the oldest citizens of Choctaw County; Thomas P. Braidwood, a founding member of No-Man's Land; Dr. W. W. Van Noy, a traveling doctor; Clarence Henry Colbert, a stockman and farmer; and Joel H. Nail, a Confederate Officer of the Choctaws.
Date: Spring 1929
Creator: Oklahoma Historical Society
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Nathaniel Pryor

Description: Article details the life of Nathaniel Pryor after he accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition to map the Louisiana Purchase.
Date: Summer 1929
Creator: Foreman, Grant
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Cimarron Territory

Description: Article details the establishment of the Cimarron Territory, a governmental body that oversaw legal and legislative disputes within the area known as No-Man's Land within Oklahoma for two years.
Date: Summer 1929
Creator: Beck, T. E.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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