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Oklahoma History Day Students Return with Awards: 2012 National History Day Contest by Jason Harris; Reduce, Reuse, and Upcycle! Making Paper Bead jewelry Pioneer Woman Museum; Between the Census Years: Let your Fingers do the Walkling
The Gateway to Oklahoma History Search & View Historic Oklahoma Newspapers Online About the Gateway; History Comes Alive Cruises in conjunction with Oklahoma River Cruises; Blue Star Museums program offers FREE admission!
The Daughter of Dawn: 2012 deadCENTER Film Festival; The Daughter of Dawn is an 80-minute, six-reel silent film shotd in July of 2910 in the Wichita Mountains of southwest Oklahoma.; Okietales; Benjamin Franklin Live!
Gallery Walk & Talk with artist Minisa Crumbo-Halsey; "Advanced FamilySearch.org": Lunch & Learn Lecture; Home School Day; Project OKPOP "Crossroads of Creativity" Oklahoma Historical Society by Nicole Harvey [Saginaw Grant]
"How to Find Records in Family Search.org - for Beginners"; Farm Life Exhibition Coming Soon, Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid, OK; Project OKPOP by Nichole Harvey [Shawnee - Brad Pitt and Jones Family Theatres];
Quilt Workshop - Heritage Quilt Series, Frank Phillips Home, Bartlesville, OK; History Through Music, Oklahoma History Center; From the OKPOP Collections by Jeff Moore [Jerry Lewis, Haskell Boggs, Bill Richmond, filming of The Bellboy]
Gallery Walk & Talk with Artist Minisa Crumbo-Halsey; From Newspapers: Gateway to Oklahoma History by Nicole Harvey [September 25, 1907 edition of the Daily Ardmoreite. The above picture shows an advert for the State University of Oklahoma, which...
Scherenschnitte Paper cutting Demonstration, Sod House Museum; Dr. Zuhdi Meets with Former Patient's Family; Call for Papers and Presentations, Crossroads of Commerce: The Free Enterprise History of Oklahoma