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February 5, 2013
Use Planned Giving to Leave a Legacy with OHS
The Tempest and Trial of Inman Page this Friday!
February 8, 2013 at 7:00 PM
Oklahoma History Center
Oklahoma City, OK
Join us February 8, 2013, at 7pm as the Oklahoma History Center presents "The
Tempest and Trial of Inman Page," written by Sharon Fisher and researched by
Larry O'Dell. Admission is free!
Sharon Fisher is a member of the OHS Black Heritage Committee and has directed
several OHS historical programs including "Swing Low Sweet Chariot", "Oklahoma
Bound" and the Oklahoma Centennial production, "New Chance Cities". The
Langston University Choir, directed by Bonita Franklin, will also perform.
This story brings a pivotal chapter in Langston University's history alive.
The beloved Inman Page resigns to defend his reputation in court.
A murder plot against the new president is uncovered.
Will Langston University be a trade school or liberal arts college?
2/8, Tempest and Trial of
Inman Page, 7pm,
2/18, New Volunteer
Training, 5:30pm (405)
2/21-22, Harriet Tubman
2/9, Primative Bow Making
Workshop, 9am, (918)762-
Gateway to OK History