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formation of the state of Oklahoma, 1803-1906.

Roy Gittinger

formation of the state of Oklahoma, 1803-1906.

by Roy Gittinger

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Published by Univ. of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oklahoma -- Politics and government,
  • Oklahoma -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p.281-290.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination309 p.
    Number of Pages309
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13529025M
    OCLC/WorldCa480484

    No distinctively Indian commonwealth has been established, but one-third of the Indians of the United States participated as citizens in the organization of Oklahoma, the home of the red man, which has become in a modified sense the Indian state. Source: The Formation of the State of Oklahoma () By Roy Gittinger. Erastus Wells (December 2, – October 2, ) was a 19th-century politician and businessman from Missouri. Wells was born in Jefferson County, New York, and was the only son of Otis Wells, a descendant of Hugh Welles, an early colonist of Wethersfield, Connecticut. Otis Wells was a farmer and died when Erastus was only fourteen. Erastus was the grandson of Ethelinda Otis and a relation.

    Iss 30 Oklahoma - We found the following book online at that give the formation of the state of Oklahoma (), written by Roy Gittinger, Ph. D. (Professor of English history and Dean of Undergraduates in the University of Oklahoma), published back to The Formation of the State of Oklahoma () by Roy Gittinger Oklahoma: A Guide to the Sooner State () from the WPA Oklahoma Red Book Volume I () compiled by W.B. Richards Oklahoma Red Book Volume II () compiled by W.B. Richards Oklahoma Illustrated () by O.C. Seely A History of Oklahoma () by Joseph B. Thoburn.

    the colonial era, the formation of Arkansas territory, the civil war and the Arkansas in the th. the Archaic age refers to the period between BC to. BC. 3. Archeologists have identified Arkansas state as one of the major areas in North. America that bare evidence of the existence of the Paleoindian groups. These groups have. The formation of the state of Oklahoma (–). University of California Press. McReynolds, Edwin (). Oklahoma: a history of the Sooner State. University of Oklahoma Press. Stewart, Dora (). Government and development of Oklahoma territory. Harlow. Chronicles of .


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Oklahoma, the forty-sixth state admitted to the union, has a history much more interesting and extensive than its relatively recent statehood indicates. Roy Gittinger’s classic study begins inthe year of the Louisiana Purchase, which brought the region into the United States and closes inwhen Indian Territory was poised to Author: Dr.

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gittinger, Roy, Formation of the state of Oklahoma, Norman, Univ. of Oklahoma Press, Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gittinger, Roy, Formation of the state of Oklahoma (). Berkeley, University of California Press, Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Skip to main content. This banner text can have markup. web; The Formation of the State of Oklahoma () Item Preview Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the. Oklahoma, the forty-sixth state admitted to the union, has a history much more interesting and extensive than its relatively recent statehood indicates.

Roy Gittinger’s classic study begins inthe year of the Louisiana Purchase, which brought the region into the United States and closes inwhen Indian Territory was poised to.

The formation of the state of Oklahoma () Statement of Responsibility: by Roy Gittinger Authors: Gittinger, Roy, (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images Language: English Publication: Berkeley, California: University of California Press, Physical: xii, p.: maps (some fold.).

The Formation of the State of Oklahoma: (Paperback or Softback) See more like this 1 1 2 S 8 P 5 F 0 C 1 U O 7 N N S O R E D Constitution of the State of Oklahoma: Janu.

Cite this Record. Formation of the State of Oklahoma () Roy Gittinger. Berkeley: University of California Press. (tDAR id: ). Oklahoma Laws. Guthrie and Oklahoma City, –. The session laws of the state of Oklahoma. Cited as Okla. Laws. Oklahoma Supreme Court. Oklahoma Reports.

vols. – Reports of cases heard before the Supreme Court of Oklahoma. Cited as Okla. Rpts. Oklahoma Almanac, Golden Anniversary Edition, Norman: Oklahoma Almanac, Inc. Bibliography. Roy Gittinger, The Formation of the State of Oklahoma, – (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). Luther B.

Hill, A History of the State of Oklahoma, 2 vols. (Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., ) Robert L. Williams, The Constitution and Enabling Act of the State of Oklahoma, Annotated (Kansas City, Mo.: Pipes-Read Book Co., ).

Oklahoma: A History of Five Centuries. University of Oklahoma Press. Roy Gittinger. The Formation of the State of Oklahoma, University of California Press.

Danney Goble. Progressive Oklahoma: The Making of a New Kind of State. University of Oklahoma Press. Sharon Hartin Iorio. The Formation of the State of Oklahoma, – (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ) Howard II, James H. “Charles Nathaniel Haskell, Governor of Oklahoma, –,” in Oklahoma's Governors, – Turbulent Politics, ed.

Leroy H. Fischer (Oklahoma City:. (Novem)The Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory, known as the “twin territories,” were combined to become the state of Oklahoma.

A helpful book about the many boundary changes in Oklahoma is John W. Morris, ed., Boundaries of Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Oklahoma Historical Society, Excerpt.

The passage of an enabling act for Oklahoma in June,brought to a close the formation of new states from the Louisiana Purchase. The area included within the limits of Oklahoma was kept free from the jurisdiction of a state government longer than any other part of the acquisition.

OKLAHOMA Last updated 03/11 6 Kay County, Oklahoma. Ponca City, OK: Kay County Gas Co., F K23 K2 Kingfisher County Kiowa County L atimer County Le Flore County Lincoln County Logan County Forbes, Gerald. Writings on Native American history and culture in the state are extensive, but a good place to start is with Angie Debo, A History of the Indians of the United States (Norman, Okla.: University of Oklahoma Press, ), which has a fine bibliography for more comprehensive reading.

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Richards Oklahoma Illustrated () by O.C. Seely A History of Oklahoma () by Joseph B. Thoburn and. The Geneanet Library offers to access hundreds of thousands documents (books, old newspapers, magazines, armorials) indexed for the needs of genealogists, local historians and curious people.

The standard blue book of Oklahoma, The formation of the state of Oklahoma () Bulldog, The ; Bulldog, The. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA _____ Brief of Amici Curiae Americans United for Separation of Church and State, American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Oklahoma, Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, and The Interfaith Alliance Foundation In Support of Appellees.

Appeal from the District Court of Oklahoma County, Case.Roy Gittinger, The Formation of the State of Oklahoma, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). Donald E. Green, "The Oklahoma Land Run of A Centennial Re-Interpretation," in The Chronicles of Oklahoma 67 (Summer ).Commission is in Roy Gittinger, The Formation of the State of Oklahoma, (U.

of Oklahoma Press, ); Arrell M. Gibson, Oklahoma: A History of Five Centuries (Nor-man, Oklahoma: Harlow Publishing Corporation, ); and Prucha, American Indian Policy, The Dawes Act was applied to Indian tribes with injudicious rapidity.

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