Some of the jewels found while researching: Lake Texhoma – Built by German POWs until completed in 1944. POWs housed at Tishomingo and Powell and later at the dam site. – Corp of Engineers website Garden Club and houses Ardmore – First built Carnegie Library in Oklahoma when its was still Oklahoma Territory, 1903. Miami […]
Common: Accomplishments: Works Progress Administration for Oklahoma/ July 1, 1935 – March 1, 1937. Oklahoma City: Works Progress Administration, 1937. Baird, W. David. “Final Report: WPA Structures Thematic Survey (Phase III). 11 Stillwater, Oklahoma: Oklahoma State University, 1987. Franks, Kenny A. Citizen Soldiers; Oklahoma’s National Guard. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1983. Historical Annual; […]
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If stupidity got us into this mess, then why can’t it get us out! – Will Rogers The difference between death and taxes is death doesn’t get worse every time Congress meets. – Will Rogers
Adding helpful links I have found to assist my research: African-American Studies: Taylor Made Culture Green Book Should a Former Sundown Town Apolgize (accessed October 10, 2018) Edward Carter Untold Stories from America’s National Parks Black Past Tulsa Race Riot WordPress History – General Facing History and Ourselves – Educational history site. U.S. Army History […]
The evening of May 31, 1921 was not an ordinary evening for most people in the Greenwood District of Tulsa.
Welcome to The History Exchange.com. I love history, whether studying or researching or just reading something about history I didn’t know. So I started collecting different things about history, maps, pictures, etc. But I also needed someplace to store this great information, thus The History Exchange. I get to play with two of the things […]