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Construction of flood control dams in the upper reaches of the Salt Creek Watershed project in Pottawatomie County

Description: This is a film that was produced in 1960 by the USDA Soil Conservation Service (now named the Natural Resources Conservation Service). The 20-minute film shows the construction of flood control dams in the upper reaches of the Salt Creek Watershed project in Pottawatomie County. The dams are located approximately 15 miles northwest of Konawa, Oklahoma. The dams were constructed by the Konawa and Shawnee Conservation Districts with assistance from the USDA Small Watershed Program (Public Law 566).
Date: 1960
Creator: USDA Soil Conservation Service
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Interview with Dick Bateman

Description: Discusses Dode McIntosh, Normandy Landing, G.W. Stidham, Last Cattle Drive, County Seat Fight, Crazy Snake, Belle Starr, Eastman Richards, and the Muskogee State Fair.
Date: March 1, 1992
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum

Interview with Roger Bell

Description: Muskogee's Famous Lawman, James Franklin "Uncle Bud" Ledbetter
Date: unknown
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum

Women in Early Day Oklahoma by Dr. Brad Agnew

Description: Speech about Women in early Oklahoma history. Kate Barnard, Angie Debo, pioneer women, women writers, Emily and Laura Mason, Nancy Whistler, Nancy Ann Hill, Ann Peterson
Date: February 24, 1995
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum

Speech by Dr. Brad Agnew

Description: Speech about the Cherokee Nation and how they work to keep their tribal identity and protect their rights. Agnew mentions Wilma Mankiller, Patkiller and John Ross. He talks about the history of the treaties and the encroachment of white settlement. Discusses a huge earthquake near the St. Francis river valley in Arkansas. Agnew also talks about the removal of the Cherokees to Indian Territory and the warring factions. He discusses the Civil War and the aftermath for the Cherokees. Agnew talks about the Freedmen and tenant farming. Dawes Commission, Statehood, Allotments, Government of the tribes (no soverignty), John Collinder, Indian New Deal, W.W.Keeler, Cherokee National Holiday, Cherokee National Historical Society, Cherokee National Government, First Elections in 1971, Poverty, Factionalism, State and the Cherokee Nation under Wilma Mankiller
Date: unknown
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum

Speech by Dr. Bob Blackburn

Description: Dr. Blackburn discusses lawmen and Native Americans in Indian Territory
Date: unknown
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum

Memories of Homer Chancey

Description: Home Chancy discusses Jackson Barnett, Eastman Richards, Chitto Harjo-Crazy Snake, Reverend Dhu Cameron, Booker T. Washington, Chief Sam, Boyhood Games, Ku Klux Klan, and Depression Times
Date: September 24, 1992
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum

Interview with Haskell G. Clark

Description: Haskell G. Clark discusses the Korean War and the aftermath in the U.S. He also talks about the Korean War memorial
Date: 1995
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum

Interview with Joe B. Crockett

Description: Joe B. Crockett discusses his life
Date: February 1, 1982
Creator: West, C. W. & West, Tom
Partner: Three Rivers Museum
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