Oklahoma: A Guide to the Sooner State (Google eBook)

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Contents

Natural Setting
7
Early Oklahomans
14
History
20
Industry and Labor
37
Transportation
50
Sports and Recreation
61
Newspapers
74
Literature by Kenneth C Kaufman
83
Tours
217
Fort Smith Ark GoreMuskogeeTulsaEnid
233
A KeystoneCushingLangstonGuthrie State 33
253
A Junction US 62Fort SillJunction US 62
273
B Junction US 62Medicine ParkWichita Mountains
279
Seneca Mo BardesvillePonca City
285
McAlesterOklahoma CityWatongaSeiling US 270
299
DeQueen Ark HugoDurantArdmore
314

Architecture and Art
94
Music
104
Folklore and Folkways
114
Principal Cities
123
Bartlesville
131
Lawton
142
Muskogee
148
Norman
156
Oklahoma City
164
Okmulgee
181
Ponca City
187
Stillwater
198
Tulsa
204
Ft Smith Ark PoteauTalihinaAntlersHugo
323
Columbus Kans VinitaMuskogeeMcAlesterAtoka
330
Independence Kans BartlesvilleTulsaOkmulgee
344
A Cofleyville Kans CollinsvilleTulsa US 169
350
A DavisSulphurPiatt National ParkJunction US 70
365
Ashland Kans WoodwardSeilingFrederick
376
Englewood Kans ArnettSayreAltus
383
Junction US 6669JayWestvilleSallisaw
397
A Junction US 59Big CedarBethelBroken Bow
404
Appendices
413
Selected Reading List
422
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Page 18 - ... I found such a quantity of cows in these, of the kind that I wrote Your Majesty about, that they have in this country, that it is impossible to number them, for while I was journeying through these plains, until I returned to where I first found them, there was not a day when I lost sight of them. And after seventeen days' march I came across a settlement of Indians who travel round with these cows, who are called Querechos, who do not plant, and who eat the raw flesh and drink the blood of the...

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