African-Americans--History; Oklahoma--History; Race Relations--20th Century; Civil Rights; Civil Rights Leaders; Universities and Colleges; Law; Legal Education; Women Education;
Brief Plaintiff-in-Error Ada Lois Sipuel v. OU Board of Regents. State Supreme Court Civil Case No. 32756 regarding the first African-American woman admitted to the University of Oklahoma law school in 1948.
Oklahoma--History; Oklahoma--History--Sources; Oklahoma--Politics and Government; Oklahoma--Territorial Governors
Established by an act of Congress passed on May 2, 1890, the Oklahoma Territory was formed from unassigned lands in the center of Indian Territory. Between 1890 and 1906, the area was enlarged by the addition of certain lands previously included in...
Steele, George Washington, 1839-1922; Oklahoma (Territory)--History; Oklahoma--History--Sources; Oklahoma--Politics and government--To 1907; Governors--Oklahoma;
The Governors of Oklahoma Territory issued annual reports from 1891 through 1907, when Oklahoma became a state. These reports, submitted to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior, vary from a few pages to many pages, and report on anything...
A symposium entitled "Recent Advances in Middle Carboniferous Biostratigraphy" was held at Stillwater, Oklahoma, on March 5, 1990 , as part of the annual meeting of the South-Central Section, Geological Society of America.