Hmmm, nothing listed for today. Well we'll just have to look ahead.
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.
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.
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.
Carleta Latham. Beloved Mother and Friend. January 6, 1946 - December 24, 2013.
It's winter time in Oklahoma so that means things have slowed down here at Exploring Oklahoma History.
Dorothy Jean Orton
Dorthy Jane Orton was the primer mover in urging the restoration of old Fort Towson due to her untiring efforts. Her home community and the entire state became aware of the importance of preserving Fort Towson as a part of Oklahoma' ...
Britton School/Science Hill
Britton School/Science Hill Established in 1911 and known as Science Hill. The school house was located one half mile east of this memorial. Later the name was chaged to Britton School in honor of the pioneer family, the c ...
Established Sept. 1858, by four troops of crack 2nd Cav. under Major Earl Van Dorn. Named in memory of Lt. Charles Radzimisnski, a former member of the Regt. E. Kirby Smith. Cornelius Van Camp, Fitzhugh Lee, W. B. Royall all served the ...
University of Oklahoma Birthplace
At this site known as Rock Building, first classes of University of Oklahoma held September 15, 1892. Faculty consisted of David Ross Boyd, President; William N Rice, Languages; Edwin C De Barr, Sciences; French S. E. Amos English and H ...
The City of Norman and the Cleveland County Historical Museum
Constructed in 1895, six years after the 1889 Run, this house, known as the Harry Lindsey Home, has been restored as a classic example of pre-statehood architecture. Sponsored by the Cleveland County Historical Society.