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Profile of a Prairie Radical: Judge Orville Enfield of Ellis County

Description: Article describes the life and political career of Judge Orville Enfield of Ellis County, a member of the Socialist Party. R. O. Joe Cassity, Jr. defines Enfield's place in the history of Oklahoma radicalism and examines the concept of radicalism in the political scene.
Date: Summer 2002
Creator: Cassity, R. O. Joe, Jr.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Oklahoma Ghost Town Journalism, 1893-1907

Description: Article chronicles the history of The Day County Tribune, a local newspaper that was operational during the late 19th century within Day county.
Date: Winter 1968
Creator: McKinney, Gary
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Old Grand, Ghost Town

Description: Article explores the history of Grand, Oklahoma, which eventually became a ghost town. C. A. Squire describes how it was once the county seat of Ellis County and touches on each of the first settler families and individuals that built the town and established businesses there.
Date: Winter 1950
Creator: Squire, C. A.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Early History of Catesby and Vicinity

Description: Article describes the life of the author traveling into the Oklahoma frontier and settling the small community of Catesby. F. P. Rose's grandmother, Ella M. Rose, established the sod store that would become an important maker on the homesteader trail. F. P. Rose also lists the pioneers who settled Catesby's vicinity.
Date: Summer 1951
Creator: Rose, F. P.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Pioneer Days in Ellis County

Description: Article tells the story of one pioneer family living in Ellis County through the reminiscences of the narrator, herself being one of the children of homesteaders Lee and Ella Pollin. Violet Polin Igou recalls the difficulties the pioneer family faced as well as the growth of towns around them.
Date: Autumn 1952
Creator: Igou, Violet Polin
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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