A sampling from our Member Sites(s) Use the link above to review/visit
Providing interpretations based on either first-person or generic approximations of frontier people and events spanning the years prior to the American Civil War up to the turn of the century, (with special emphasis on early Oklahoma and pre-state Indian Territory) for schools, museums, parks and the television and motion picture industries.
Opening of Terral, OK School, 1907
From a booklet published in conjunction with the opening of the New school in September, 1907. Period advertisements from livery to sleeping rooms. These are very interesting! Lists class cirriculum by grade, faculty and board members by name. School starts in early September and lets out for the cotton harvest. Classes resume after harvest is complete.
A series of newspaper articles written under the pen name "Homespun Hanna" for the OKLAHOMA RANCH & FARM WORLD. The articles were written during the 60's and 70's and titled "GIVE US THIS DAY".
Jami's genealogy site with Choctaw families of Self, Spring, Boatman, Bohanan, Baxter and others. 1830's till present.
Spirit Vision Crafts
Our multi-tribal family run website provides free links and information related to the Native American people and covers several tribes. This information is here for all who are truly seeking to learn. We are a multi-tribal family so we provide links and information covering several tribes. Though the majority of our site pertains to information, we do have a section that pertains to our business also.
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Oklahoma History Ring.