1 edition of The Oklahomans found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Second generation|
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 1564 vol. 15|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||455|
|LC Control Number||99604893|
by Meg Wingerter Related coverageOklahoma opioid commission unveils recommendationsSam Quinones speaks about his book, "Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opioid Epidemic" at the Oklahoma History Center on Tuesday. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman]Oklahoma City — America's opioid epidemic was the product of 20 years of . Oklahomans Got There Sooner An out-of-towner is likely to wander why the word “Sooner” keeps popping up in Oklahoma. It originates from the people that entered the area earlier (sooner) than they were supposed to, in order to make claims of land during the land rush of Author: Spencer Mckee.
This gritty portrayal offended some Oklahomans, but many others avidly read the book. Dorothea Lange's photographs, produced for the Farm Security Administration, stirred concern for the displaced, as did the folk songs of Woody Guthrie. Children's Books. The Choctaw Code - by Russell G. Davis and Brent K. Ashabranner This book won the Oklahoma Book Award in the children's division, but is suitable for all ages. $ The Choctaw - by Emilie U. Lepthien A brief history of the Choctaw Tribe for juvenile readers. Illustrated on every page. $ Johnny Rides Again - by Jo.
Oklahomans have showed the world again and again how to come together and recover after massive challenges. As Oklahoma’s Own, we want to do all we can to help our state and hometowns get. Vol. 1, comp. by Seth K. Corden, former sec'y State election board, and W.B. Richards, corporation record clerk, under supervision of Giles W. Farris, state Pages:
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Storybook, history book, coffee table book. Featuring the same colorful and readable format that has helped make his "The War Between the States: America's Uncivil War" a success, "The Oklahomans (Volume 1, Ancient-Statehood)," chronicles the saga of the winning-and losing-of a /5(18).
The product of two of Oklahoma’s foremost authorities on the history of the 46th state, Oklahoma: A History is the first comprehensive narrative to bring the story of the Sooner State to the threshold of its centennial. From the tectonic formation of Oklahoma’s varied landscape to the recovery and renewal following the Oklahoma City bombing, this readable book includes both Cited by: 9.
Books shelved as oklahoma-authors: Kind of Kin by Rilla Askew, The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, Along the Watchtower by Constance Squires, That Was Then, Th. The Oklahomans pioneers the feature of “jumping” sidebars (features whose text appears amidst a colored section of the page supporting the main or narrative text) to an online repository.
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Sponsored by the Friends of the Oklahoma Center for the Book, the awards recognize books written in by Oklahomans or about Oklahoma. Of the 35 finalists, 20 are by authors, poets, book designers and illustrators who currently live in Oklahoma. This year’s competition drew entries. The Oklahoma Department of Libraries serves Oklahomans through the services, resources, and programs we offer to public libraries across the state.
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The Oklahomans: The Story of Oklahoma and Its People, Volume I: Ancient-Statehood, by John J. Dwyer, Norman, Oklahoma: Red River,pages, hardcover.
Perhaps no state has a more. Your book source for Oklahoma history written and published by Oklahomans. Find a broad selection of books about Oklahoma. Find a broad selection of books about Oklahoma. Evans Publications, Inc., is a small book publishing company established in - The Oklahomans by Whitney Stine.
You Searched For: ISBN: Edit Your Search. Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.
The states two largest cities, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, ranked among some of the worst roads in the nation. _chrisuk/Flickr. While the roads aren't the worst, experts say Oklahomans are paying a hefty price for repairs.
Residents in Tulsa spend roughly $ to pay for car repairs that result from the bad roads. Oklahoma City follows at $ Editor's note: John J. Dwyer is an adjunct professor of history and ethics at Southern Nazarene University. His books include "The Oklahomans," "The War Between the States" and the recent historical novel "Shortgrass." The Oklahoman invited him to discuss "The Oklahomans" now that its second volume is underway.
James Caster, professor emeritus of. Condition: Good. A+ Customer service. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Book is in Used-Good condition.
Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.
Seller Inventory # Children’s Books About Famous Oklahomans It was a pleasure to write about five dear friends who worked together to write a series of books which includes Will Rogers, Dr. Jordan Tang, Te Ata, Bill Wallace, and Leona Mitchell. Oklahoma's Credit Union has been taking care of Oklahomans since When you bank with OKCU, you Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page.
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Chronic Disease in Oklahoma Data Book Access to Care Framework 8 Organizations working together can ensure that all Oklahomans have access to appropriate and cost-effective healthcare focused on promoting healthy behaviors, wellness, prevention and reducing risk factors for chronic disease.
Overall health improvement is grounded in improving. A mystery at the high school How rose rocks are formed An ode to Oklahoma’s history of gangsters A look into the future The quest for the best pizza in OKC A high-flying hero foils a robbery at the OKCMOA A Christmas tale at the ice rink Oklahomans think fast when the weather changes Something is on the hunt over the Chisholm Trail.
The Oklahomans for Special Library Services (OSLS) is a strong and active (c)(3) organization serving as the champion for the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (OLBPH) and its patrons of all ages. Oklahoma is a Choctaw Indian word that means “red people.” It is derived from the words for people (okla) and red (humma).
Thirty-nine American Indian tribes are headquartered within the state. “Elegy for Trains,” by Benjamin Myers (). VBP published this first collection of poetry by Myers who was later named Oklahoma Poet Laureate.Oklahoma Faith Leaders works to provide virtuous leadership and vision to Oklahomans of faith and other people of goodwill, particularly in the area of public policy.
A strong, united voice for the moral direction of Oklahoma.Why do Oklahomans have such a strong sense of identity as Oklahomans, and how did they come by it? This book describes how Oklahomans perceive themselves and how others outside the state view them.
in delineating the boundaries and content of what is distinctively Oklahoman, this book establishes Oklahoma as a bona fide cultural state of mind.