The Oklahoma Collection is an online resource of selected reference and primary source material, covering political, governmental, historical, geographical, social, cultural and biographical topics.
These resources have been digitized from original materials housed in the Oklahoma Collection, a special collection housed on the first floor of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries.
Works range from books and radio programs from the Oklahoma Image Statewide Humanities Project, Newcomers to a New Land, to the F.B.I. report on the Osage Indian Murders.
These resources create a portrait of the State of Oklahoma and its people. This portrait is often reflected through a social and cultural prism of diverse populations. Teachers, students, librarians, historians and other researchers are welcome to use these documents and images to enhance their instruction and research.
Additionally, the Oklahoma Collection directs users to other important digital collections and online resource links about Oklahoma.