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Aug 19 2014
02:08 PM  

President Kennedy in Big Cedar, Oklahoma

President John F. Kennedy in Big Cedar, Oklahoma, October 29, 1961.
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Aug 15 2014
09:57 AM  

Our Journal, Google+, Etc...

We realize our Journal has been quiet lately. However we've actually been quite active, but it's just been over at Google+.
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Mar 07 2014
09:49 AM  

Facebook is really letting us down.

Facebook is really letting us down. We're very happy that 40 or so of you got to see our last few posts. We love it every time we get to interact with people who are interested in Oklahoma history. But Facebook frustrates us to no end.
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Mar 06 2014
11:13 AM  

Exploring Oklahoma History @ Tumblr

We've relaunched our Tumblr blog, exploringoklahomahistory.tumblr.com, to go along with our other social spaces Google+, Twitter, Flickr, and Facebook.
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Feb 18 2014
03:42 PM  

Time To Return

As many of you know we lost a beloved member of our Exploring Oklahoma History family, my mother, Carleta, in December. I would like to thank everyone for your kindness and support over the last couple of weeks. Your kind words and sympathy meant a lot to me, my brothers, and our extended family.
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Dec 26 2013
03:43 PM  

In Memoriam

Carleta Latham. Beloved Mother and Friend. January 6, 1946 - December 24, 2013.
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Dec 12 2013
10:11 AM  

Winter Time

It's winter time in Oklahoma so that means things have slowed down here at Exploring Oklahoma History.
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Oct 22 2013
11:28 AM  

Missing Markers: Comancheria

We were traveling between Lawton and Altus on US 62 (close to Snyder exit) last night and noticed the Comancheria / Quanah Parker markers are missing. We didn't get a chance to stop and look around. Does anyone have an information on their disappearance?
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Aug 09 2013
10:00 AM  

Our Amazon Associates Store

Purchase Oklahoma history books and other media at our Amazon Associates Store. As we find books about Oklahoma we will add them to our store. So please check back often. Even if you don't purchase, use the store listings as suggestions for your next library visit.
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Jul 23 2013
11:06 AM  

Red River Bridge War - Martial Law Declared

The Red River Bridge War was a 1931 bloodless boundary conflict between Oklahoma and Texas over an existing toll bridge and a new free bridge crossing the Red River. On July 24, 1931, Oklahoma Governor Murray declared martial law at the site, enforced by Oklahoma National Guardsmen.
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