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Oklahoma USGenWeb Archives Project Search
Search the Oklahoma USGenWeb Archives Project. Search for: Simple mode: Match: Results per page: Output format: Search for: Words forms: Use synonyms: In: Document ...

USGenWeb Archives (TM) oklahoma marriage
Search Oklahoma Archives. Marriage States Index USGenWeb . USGenWeb Archives. Linda Russell Lewis Coordinator . Joy Fisher Assistant Coordinator ...

tulsa - USGenWeb Archives - census wills deeds genealogy
This page is maintained for the Oklahoma U S Gen Web Archives Project by: Jeff Smith Oklahoma State File Manager - Gene Phillips

Muskogee County, Oklahoma - USGenWeb Archives - census wills ...
Indian Pioneer History for Oklahoma: 8 kb: Jan 18, 2002: Catherine Widener: history.txt: History of Muskogee County: 4 KB: May 22, 1999: Myra Vanderpool Gormley

Harmon County, Oklahoma, OKGenweb, USGenweb archives site
Oklahoma US GenWeb Archives Lawmen and Outlaw Special Project: Oklahoma US GenWeb Archives Military Special Project: US Gen Web Archives Digial Maps Project:

Sapulpa, Oklahoma
Sapulpa Herald, Nov 8-9, 1997, pp. 1-2, on "Tidbits of Creek County, Oklahoma Genealogy", Baseball-Reference [4] Eugene Bavinger at Askart   Read More...

Eufaula, Oklahoma
(2007). More Oklahoma Renegades. Pelican Publishing. ISBN 1589804643.  George Washington Grayson Oklahoma State Encyclopedia Oklahoma Genealogy Grayson   Read More...

Armstrong, Oklahoma
January 8, 2013. "History of the Towns and Cities of Bryan County, Oklahoma." Genealogy Trails. 2014. Retrieved September 17, 2014. "US Gazetteer files:   Read More...

This article is about the U.S. state of Oklahoma. For other uses, see Oklahoma (disambiguation). Oklahoma i/ˌoʊkləˈhoʊmə/ (Cherokee: ᎣᎦᎳᎰᎹ (òɡàlàhoma)   Read More...

Warren Wagon Train Raid
Wagon Train Massacre - White Man's Version Oklahoma Genealogy & History (OKGenWeb), Murray County, Oklahoma Carter, R.G., On the Border with Mackenzie   Read More...

Land Run of 1892
Land Run of 1891 Land Run of 1893 Land Run of 1895 Blaine County Oklahoma Genealogy at rootsweb (accessed April 8, 2010) Land Run at OKGenWeb Project   Read More...

Zerelda James
website for the Family of Jesse James: Stray Leaves, A James Family in America Since 1650 The James Farm Your Guide To Oklahoma County Oklahoma Genealogy   Read More...

Norman, Oklahoma
Norman /ˈnɔrmən/ is a city in the State of Oklahoma 20 miles (30 km) south of downtown Oklahoma City in its metropolitan area. The population was 110,925   Read More...

Battle of Little Robe Creek
Society: The Battle of Little Robe Creek, 1858 - "Our Ellis County Heritage 1885-1979" - AHGP/ALHN Independent Oklahoma Genealogy & History (OkGenNet)   Read More...

George Washington Steele
Territory". Chronicles of Oklahoma 20:3 (September 1942) 218–227 (accessed August 28, 2006). Infoplease entry Oklahoma State Genealogy Works by or about George   Read More...

What is the history of Coweta, Oklahoma? | Answerbag
What is the history of Coweta, Oklahoma? Before statehood, when the Five Tribes or Five Civilized Tribes were moved to Oklahoma from the Eastern United States, the ...

What is the history of Durant, Oklahoma? - ...
What is the history of Durant, Oklahoma? In the beginning, a family of French-Choctaw origin followed the immigration of the Choctaw Nation from the Valley of the ...

What is the history of Midwest City, Oklahoma? | Answerbag
What is the history of Midwest City, Oklahoma? Midwest City was founded by W.P. Atkinson in 1941 when he heard speculation that an air field was going to be built in ...

What is the history of Bixby, Oklahoma? | Answerbag
What is the history of Bixby, Oklahoma? Bixby became a government town site with a post office in 1899. Located in the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, Indian Territory ...

What is the history of Boise City, Oklahoma? | Answerbag
What is the history of Boise City, Oklahoma? Boise City was founded in 1908 by developers J.E. Stanley and A.J. Kline, who published and distributed brochures ...

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Oklahoma Genealogical Society's 2015 Family History ...
Entries will be accepted January 1, 2015 to March 1, 2015 for the Oklahoma Genealogical Society's 2015 Family History Writing Contest. Everyone is invited to enter; there is no entry fee and you do not have to be a member of ...

The African-Native American Genealogy Blog: New Records ...
For those researching family based in Oklahoma and who lived in the communities of the Five Civilized Tribes that resided in Indian Territory, it is important to understand all of the data, and to utilize all of the essential record ...

Oklahoma Archives: 55 Newspapers for Genealogy Research
Yesterday was the 107th anniversary of Oklahoma?s statehood: on 16 November 1907 the Union admitted its 46th state when Indian Territory and Oklahoma Terri.

Oklahoma Genealogy Resources | Empty Branches on the ...
Oklahoma Genealogical Society – This site has a link for “Online Data,” which includes hard-to-find items like Bible records, obituaries, some early military records and limited indices to long-ago issues of their publication, “Quarterly.” There is ...

About Oklahoma's History |

In 1907, Oklahoma became the 46th state to enter the Union. Prior to the arrival of Europeans in the mid 1500s, the region was occupied by ancestors of various Native ...

The History of Oklahoma University |

The University of Oklahoma (OU), located in Norman, just outside of Oklahoma City, is home to the OU Sooners. Famous for its winning football and basketball teams ...

About the Choctaw Indians of Oklahoma |

The Choctaws, the second largest surviving American Indian Nation after the Cherokee, divide their history into "Pre-Removal" and "Post-Removal." This is because the ...

How to Find My Choctaw Ancestors |

Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture; Resources. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, Frederick Webb Hodge, 1906; The USGenWeb Census Project Choctaw;

Oklahoma Flag History |

The current Oklahoma flag is blue with a centered emblem that consists of an Osage Indian warrior's shield made of buffalo skin and decorated with seven eagle ...