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Money Matters: The Stamp Scrip Movement in Depression-Era Oklahoma

Description: Article expanding on the previous 2004 article on Oklahoma's reaction to the depression era banking crisis of early 1933. In this article, Gatch ties the origin of the scrip movement to the writings of Yale University's professor Irving Fisher and traces the implementation of scrip schemes in nearly three dozen Oklahoma towns and explains the reasons for scrip's early success and rapid demise.
Date: Autumn 2006
Creator: Gatch, Loren C.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Simon Ralph "S.R." Walkingstick: A Cherokee Leader

Description: Article traces the life and genealogy of S. R. Walkingstick to show the ways in which one Cherokee family contributed to the tribal and state community.
Date: Summer 2018
Creator: McCullagh, James G.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Baptist Indian Church: Thlewarle Mekko Sapkv Coko

Description: Article chronicles the importance of the first Thlewarle Mekko Sapkv Coko (House of Prayer) for the Creek Indians in Indian Territory. The Baptist church was a place of community and worship for the tribe during a time of reconstruction.
Date: Winter 1970
Creator: Fife, Sharon A.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Santos Flores: A Case of Mistaken Identity

Description: Article narrates how an emissary of the Mexican government, Santos Flores, was mistaken for Manuel Flores, a man trying to turn the American Indians of Oklahoma against the young Republic of Texas, within the newspapers. Manuel was believed to be dead due an altercation with Texas Rangers at the time of Santos' arrest and escape.
Date: Winter 1970
Creator: Patten, Roderick B.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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