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Webpage transcription of mobile app information on Route 66 tour; Through the SHPO’s programs, dozens of Route 66 roadbed segments, bridges, service stations, motels, cafes, and related landmarks are listed in the National Register of Historic...
TCC Gives First Look at Air Traffic Control Program and Training Facility; Northeastern State University Celebrates Founders Day; RSU Celebrates Centennial With New Building, Fanfare; FAFSA is First Step in Getting Financial Aid: Money for College...
Annual Electors' Meeting to be held; OMPA's new generating plant named "Charles D. Lamb Energy Center"; General Manager's Report by Cindy L. Holman 2012 Strategic Directions In the U.S. Electric Utility Industry; City Updates; Board Report...
URS has been contracted by the City of Oklahoma City to perform an intensive level architectural and historical resources investigation for the purposes of conducting the second phase of a citywide multi-phase historic resources survey. The phased...
Van Citters: Historic Preservation (VCHP) was contracted by the Oklahoma City Area Indian Health Service (OCAIHS) to survey and document buildings in their real property inventory that were at least 50 years in age to provide National Register of...
Each WIA economic report contains a myriad of data, charts, maps and analyses that are WIA specific.; The Northeast WIA includes Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers, and Washington counties.
Welcome to the 22nd Annual Oklahoma Book Authors Ceremony Presented by the Oklahoma Center for the Book in the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and the Friends of the Oklahoma Center for the Book Shakespearean Sponsors Dunlap Codding, P.C. The...
Book Awards 2000
A Celebration of Oklahoma
Books and Authors
Books Are Forever
March 11, 2000
National Cowboy Hall of Fame
and Western Heritage Center
Oklahoma Book Awards
These activities were developed to supplement the experience of visiting the Capitol. They are designed to begin in the classroom before your field trip and complete back in the classroom after the field trip.
The 37th Annual. Oklahoma Conference on Aging "Secrets of Aging: Hidden Treasures"; Times They are a Changin' There are many recent changes in leadership at NODA Area Agency on Aging (NODA AAA).; Census Bureau Launches Interactive 1940 Census Web...
This report of the Black Heritage Theme Historic Context and related properties project for the city of Okmulgee includes the project objectives, a summary of the research design and methodology used to determine significant events and themes that...
The Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey is a semiannual mail survey measuring occupational employment and wage rates for wage and salary workers in nonfarm establishments in the United States.; The OES survey is a cooperative effort...
Oklahoma Book Awards
20th Celebration of
Welcome to the
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The Oklahoma Heritage Association
Pioneer Library System/Red Dirt Book...
I would like to request a study into how OETA is funded vs. how other states fund their public television stations. It would delve into the percentage of private contributions vs. public tax money expended as well.
Selected excerpts from The Indian Child Welfare Act: case and analysis (2013); The historical removal of Indian children from their families was an attempt to destabilize tribal influence and tribal culture; by "killing the Indian," the dominant...
Oklahoma Book Awards A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors March 8, 1997
to the Eighth Annual
Oklahoma Book Awards
A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage...
Over the past six years, the Oklahoma Main Street towns reinvested over $30 million of private sector money in their historic downtowns. This does not include public expenditures for infrastructure, sidewalks or other public amenities.
In Brief: An overview of Oklahoma's 39 Tribal Nations. Full Description: This edition of our bi-annual Native American Heritage program will help your students increase their tribal knowledge. Comprised of an overview of all 39 of Oklahoma's...