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Main Street Oklahoma

... since hers and nearly every other text on the state's history starts with a
background narrative of Oklahoma's geography and climate. Entitled “Geography
and Natural Features,” “The Country,” “The Natural Setting,” “Geography,” “The
Land,” ...

Author : Linda W. Reese

Release : 2013-08-15

Publisher : University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN : 0806150564

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Oklahoma historian Angie Debo once observed that all the forces of United States history have come to bear in the development of the Sooner State. This collection of essays provides a series of snapshots reflecting both the singularity of the Oklahoma experience and the state’s connections to America’s broader history. Spanning the Civil War era and the present, this book develops historic themes as varied as the causes of Indian land dispossession, the Statehood Day wedding ceremony, the oil industry’s environmental impact, the Tulsa Race Riot, labor relations during the New Deal, the failure of the Equal Rights Amendment, the state’s unique Native artistic traditions, and its musical landscape. Oklahomans have always represented multiple races and cultures, lived in big cities or small towns or on farms, and promoted prosperity and cultural achievement while battling poverty and ignorance. The American Main Street has been the site not only of the best principles of community spirit and traditional values but also of shocking cases of prejudice and violence. Rather than shrinking from difficult subjects, Main Street Oklahoma describes the state’s abundant human, natural, and cultural resources, paying tribute to the true grit of Oklahomans, but also exploring some of the more troubling moments in Oklahoma’s past. The editors and contributors provide engaging perspectives on the state’s rich and diverse history.

Oklahoma 3

Oklahoma. Lake Eucha State Park features picnic facilities, a playground, nature.
ULSA . “Tulsa Time”written by Danny ... When oil became king in the early 1900s,
tycoons shared their wealth with the city, enhancing the natural setting by ...

Author : Jane Jayroe

Release : 2006

Publisher : Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co.

ISBN : 1558689850

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Using the states's rich musical history as a framework, an award-winning photographer and an Oklahoma journalist offer a unique and colorful portrayal of one of America's most diverse states, embracing the connection between the people and the land.

Arbuckle Reclamation Project, Oklahoma

The Arbuckle project will provide a water impoundment that can be developed in
a beautiful natural setting for water recreational pursuits . Nearby are other
unusual natural phenomena such as Turner Falls , Pennington Creek , and other
 ...

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation

Release : 1962

Publisher :

ISBN :

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Considers S. 892, to authorize the Interior Dept to construct, operate, and maintain the Arbuckle Reclamation Project, Okla.

Arbuckle Reclamation Project, Oklahoma

The Arbuckle project will provide a water impoundment that can be developed in
a beautiful natural setting for water recreational pursuits . Nearby are other
unusual natural phenomena such as Turner Falls , Pennington Creek , and other
 ...

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs

Release : 1962

Publisher :

ISBN :

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Considers S. 892, to authorize the Interior Dept to construct, operate, and maintain the Arbuckle Reclamation Project, Okla.

Rambo Solo

A continuation of Nature Theater of Oklahoma's investigation into transcription as epic theater.

Author : Nature Theater of Oklahoma

Release : 2009

Publisher :

ISBN :

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A continuation of Nature Theater of Oklahoma's investigation into transcription as epic theater.

Banking in Oklahoma, 1907–2000

Santayana's oftquoted passage can be found in “Flux and Constancy in Human
Nature,” chapter 12 of Reason in ... Square Bank Collection, Research Division,
Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City (hereafter cited as Zweig Collection)
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Author : Michael J. Hightower

Release : 2014-09-10

Publisher : University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN : 0806148314

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The story of banking in twentieth-century Oklahoma is also the story of the Sooner State’s first hundred years, as Michael J. Hightower’s new book demonstrates. Oklahoma statehood coincided with the Panic of 1907, and both events signaled seismic shifts in state banking practices. Much as Oklahoma banks shed their frontier persona to become more tightly integrated in the national economy, so too was decentralized banking revealed as an anachronism, utterly unsuited to an increasingly global economy. With creation of the Federal Reserve System in 1913 and subsequent choice of Oklahoma City as the location for a branch bank, frontier banking began yielding to systems commensurate with the needs of the new century. Through meticulous research and personal interviews with bankers statewide, Hightower has crafted a compelling narrative of Oklahoma banking in the twentieth century. One of the first acts of the new state legislature was to guarantee that depositors in state-chartered banks would never lose a penny. Meanwhile, land and oil speculators and the bankers who funded their dreams were elevating get-rich-quick (and often get-poor-quick) schemes to an art form. In defense of country banks, the Oklahoma Bankers Association dispatched armed vigilantes to stop robbers in their tracks. Subsequent developments in Oklahoma banking include adaptation to regulations spawned by the Great Depression, the post–World War II boom, the 1980s depression in the oil patch, and changes fostered by rapid-fire advances in technology and communication. The demise of Penn Square Bank offers one of history’s few unambiguous lessons, and it warrants two chapters—one on the rise, and one on the fall. Increasing regulation of the banking industry, the survival of family banks, and the resilience of community banking are consistent themes in a state that is only a few generations removed from the frontier.

My First Pocket Guide About Oklahoma

People Oklahoma History is like traveling through time to some of your state's
great moments! Oklahoma People introduces you to famous personalities and
your next-door neighbors! Oklahoma Places Oklahoma Nature Oklahoma Places
 ...

Author : Carole Marsh

Release : 2011-03-01

Publisher : Gallopade International

ISBN : 0635088266

File Size : 67.43 MB

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The perfect reference guide for students in grades 3 and up - or anyone! This handy, easy-to-use reference guide is divided into seven color-coded sections which includes Oklahoma basic facts, geography, history, people, places, nature and miscellaneous information. Each section is color coded for easy recognition. This Pocket Guide comes with complete and comprehensive facts ALL about Oklahoma. Riddles, recipes, and surprising facts make this guide a delight! Oklahoma Basics section explores your state's symbols and their special meaning. Oklahoma Geography section digs up the what's where in Oklahoma. Oklahoma History section is like traveling through time to some of Oklahoma's greatest moments. Oklahoma People section introduces you to famous personalities and your next-door neighbors. Oklahoma Places section shows you where you might enjoy your next family vacation. Oklahoma Nature section tells what Mother Nature gave to Oklahoma. Oklahoma Miscellaneous section describes the real fun stuff ALL about Oklahoma.

Autodafe 3/4

of. Polyphemus. The Oklahoma Nature Theatre Is Recruiting by Hélène Cixous
Everyone ... A raucous, potentially explosive junction where traders had set up an
instant market, mostly in fruits, snacks and refreshing drinks. A young man in a ...

Author : International Parliament of Writers

Release : 2011-01-04

Publisher : Seven Stories Press

ISBN : 1609801717

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AUTODAFE is a collection of reports, interviews, correspondence, narratives, and stories from around the world. The review aims to be a place for debate and experimentation, a place where writers, silenced by censorship join voices with world-renowned writers. The contributors are all members of the International Parliament of Writers; the pieces are original to Autodafe. The journal's common themes are the reflection of social and political realities of the world, censorship, the interdict of language, and the effects of globablization among others.

Best Easy Day Hikes Oklahoma City

Gigi Ragland. Nature Park might even give you the sense that you have just
visited Oklahoma City's version of Sherwood Forest. From the parking lot there
are two options for hiking. You can walk to the adjacent picnic pavilion and
continue ...

Author : Gigi Ragland

Release : 2012-07-24

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 1493005324

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Best Easy Day Hikes Oklahoma City includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for 19 easy-to-follow trails where hikers of all skill levels can watch wildlife, trek alongside lakes and rivers, and enjoy the sunset. Look inside for:Casual hikes to full-day adventures After-dinner strolls to full-day hikes Hikes for everyone, including families Mile-by-mile directions and clear trail maps Trail Finder for best hikes for history lovers, nature lovers, geology lovers, and more GPS coordinates

Volleys of Humanity: Essays 1972-2009

Oklahoma. Nature. Theater. Is. Recruiting. 'Everyone is welcome', 'We seek to
employ everyone and allocate them their ... of their children after the second
prank by dispatching them on the Hamburg, which set sail from Hamburg for New
York, ...

Author : Eric Prenowitz

Release : 2011-07-07

Publisher : Edinburgh University Press

ISBN : 0748647589

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A new collection from one of the most famous and influential French theorists. These 15 essays - 6 previously unpublished even in French and 5 published in English for the first time - span nearly 40 years of Cixous' writing. Here, she ranges over literature, philosophy, politics and culture in what she calls her 'autobibliography'.

Community-based Environmental Protection

New Mexico Natural Heritage Program University of New Mexico 2500 Yale
Boulevard SE , Suite 100 Albuquerque , NM 87131 - 1091 Phone : ( 505 ) 277 -
1991 Fax : ( 505 ) 277 - 7587 Director : Pat Mehlhop Oklahoma Natural Heritage
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Release : 1997

Publisher :

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Public Utilities Reports

Because this is a stipulated agreement , Attorney the Stipulating Parties are
under no obligation to take the same position as set out in this Stipu- ( Signed as
not opposing ) . lation in other dockets . F. Effect on Oklahoma Natural's Next
General ...

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Release : 2004

Publisher :

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Oklahoma, 2000

The 1990 relationship category “ Natural - born or adopted son / daughter ” has
been replaced by “ Natural - born son ... categories are socio - political constructs
and should not be interpreted as being scientific or anthropological in nature .

Author :

Release : 2002

Publisher :

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Prairie

September 16, 1893, can be considered the commencement of the full- scale
consumption of Oklahoma's natural resources.On that day an estimated 100,000
white settlers waited at several locations along the Kansas state line for the
cavalry ...

Author : Suzanne Winckler

Release : 2004-05

Publisher : University of Iowa Press

ISBN : 1587294885

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North America’s grasslands once stretched from southern Canada to northern Mexico, and across this considerable space different prairie types evolved to express the sum of their particular longitude and latitude, soils, landforms, and aspect. This prairie guide is your roadmap to what remains of this varied and majestic landscape. Suzanne Winckler’s goal is to encourage travelers to get off the highways, out of their cars, and onto North America’s last remaining prairies. She makes this adventure as easy as possible by providing exact driving directions to the more than three hundred sites in her guide. She also includes information about size, management, phone numbers, and outstanding characteristics for every prairie site and provides readers with a thorough list of recommended readings and Web sites. The scope of the guide is impressive. It encompasses prairies found within national grasslands, parks, forests, recreation areas, wildlife refuges, state parks, preserves, and natural areas and on numerous working ranches in Saskatchewan and Manitoba, the Dakotas, Minnesota, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas. A series of maps locate the prairies both geographically and by name. From “the largest restoration project within the historic range of tallgrass prairie” at Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge in Iowa to Big Bend National Park in Texas, where “the Chisos Mountains, completely surrounded by the park, rise up majestically from the Chihuahuan Desert floor,” Winckler celebrates the dramatic expanses of untouched prairie, the crown jewels of prairie reconstruction and restoration, and the neglected remnants that deserve to be treasured.

Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910

Author : Oklahoma

Release : 1915

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Serial set (no.8000-9000)

Purchases of natural gas by Cities Service Co . from MissouriKansas Pipe Line
Co . - - - The purchase of ... Efforts to eliminate competition by seeking to close
markets for natural gas and sources of capital . ... Oklahoma Natural Gas Co . - - -
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Release : 1936

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Oklahoma

Oklahoma ' s lowest point in elevation is found at the opposite end of the state .
Near Idabel , close to the ... These flat - topped hills with gently sloping sides
mark the rolling landscape at Black Mesa Nature Preserve . Oklahoma is home to
 ...

Author : Doug Sanders

Release : 2006

Publisher : Marshall Cavendish

ISBN : 9780761419068

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"Surveys the history, geography, economy, and people of Oklahoma"--Provided by publisher.

Fishes of Oklahoma

PREFACE * >wohe primary purpose of this book is to provide a ready means of
identifying the fishes of Oklahoma. ... cope with the enormous ecological
problems that are becoming increasingly important in determining the nature and
quality ...

Author : Rudolph John Miller

Release : 2004

Publisher : University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN : 9780806136103

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Fishing is one of the most popular sports in Oklahoma, a state that boasts over 1,000 square miles of water. Now Fishes of Oklahoma, the only comprehensive handbook available for identifying fishes across the state of Oklahoma, is available to scientists and to anglers interested in knowing more about the fish they catch. Precise keys and clear black-and-white photos or drawings of every species allow for the ready identification of all Oklahoma fishes. Within each species account is a map showing where the fish can be found in the state, as well as information on its habitat and biology. Also included is a color section showcasing brilliant paintings by Rudolph J. Miller. Noteworthy features: • Common and scientific names • Black-and-white photos or drawings of each species • Detailed descriptions of each species • Distribution maps of each species • Habitat and biology information • Recent research on endangered species • Glossary of terms • Color paintings of many species