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Antisuffragist. Antifeminist! Pro-women? The Anomalous Alice Mary Robertson

Description: Article examining Oklahoma's first woman representative in the United States Congress, Alice Mary Robertson. In this article Robertson's attitudes toward suffrage, feminism, and women at home and in politics, are explored.
Date: Spring 2010
Creator: Caldwell, Deah
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A History of Wagoner, Oklahoma, from S. S. Cobb

Description: Article narrates the life within Wagoner county from the perspective of S. S. Cobb, a Cherokee man who moved from Tennessee to Oklahoma in shortly after the Civil War.
Date: Winter 1972
Creator: Wilson, L. W.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

On the Gallows' Edge: Capital Punishment, Appeals, and Presidential Clemency in Indian Territory, 1896-1907

Description: This article continues Von Creel's study of the administration of justice in Indian Territory courts and expands upon the application of capital punishment. Von Creel details the cases of nine individuals who were convicted of capital crimes but who escaped hanging. Their stories involve the complicated legal processes of appeal, application for presidential clemency, commutation of sentence, and post-verdict motions.
Date: Summer 2006
Creator: Creel, Von Russell
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Wagoner, I.T. "Queen City of the Prairies"

Description: Article describes the founding and growth of the city of Wagoner in the wake of its upcoming centennial. Brad Agnew discusses the conflict that occurred as one of the towns in Indian Territory attempted to achieve self-determination in a diverse area, the education system that evolved there, and the crime that threatened Wagoner's railroads.
Date: Winter 1986
Creator: Agnew, Brad
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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