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The 1880 Cherokee Nation Census, Indian Territory icon

1890 Census - Oklahoma Territorial Census CD

Texas and Oklahoma Births, Deaths, and Marriages from the Fort Worth Record, November 1903 to November 1904

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma: Images of America

Oklahoma Records and Archives icon

Pioneers of Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory icon

North Central Oklahoma: Rooted in the Past, Growing for the Future icon

The WPA Oklahoma Slave Narratives

AAAF Altus, Oklahoma 44A icon

A Gazetteer of Indian Territory icon

The History of Northwest Oklahoma icon

Southwest Oklahoma Keys icon

State Records, Manuscripts and Newspapers at the Oklahoma State Archives and Oklahoma Historical Society icon

Our People & Where They Rest... icon

Births, Deaths & Marriages From El Paso Newspapers Through 1885 for Arizona, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma & Indian Territory

Outlaws on Horseback: The History of the Organized Bands of Bank & Train Robbers Who Terrorized...MO, KS, OK... icon

Extra Census Bulletin. the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory: the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole Nations icon
(1894)

The German Settlers of Indian Territory, Oklahoma icon

Sold! Probate Records 1892-1904 Northern District Cherokee Nation icon

Lineages of the Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Oklahoma icon

Final Destinations: A Travel Guide for Remarkable Cemeteries in Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana

Persons and Places of Indian Territory icon

The Oklahoma Spirit of '17' - Biographical Volume icon

Leaders and Leading Men of the Indian Territory. With Interesting Biographical Sketches. I. Choctaws and Chickasaws icon

History of Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma Including the Counties of Muskogee, McIntosh, Wagoner, Cherokee, Sequoyah, Adair, Delaware, Mayes, Rogers, Washington, Nowata, Craig and Ottawa icon

The Indian Scout: Newspaper Published for the Kickapoo, Shawnee & Patowatomie Indians of OK, Their Friends & Neighbors. Vols. I - IV... icon

Original Oklahoma and Indian Territory Churchman. Vol. 9, No. 12. July, 1900

Early Military Forts and Posts in Oklahoma icon

Military Posts and Camps in Oklahoma icon

County Courthouses of Oklahoma icon

Y'all Come: Some Reflections of By-Gone Years icon
From the seller: "Small 4to-9" to 11" tall; 354 pages; Maroon boards with gold gilt lettering. Little wear to note. Text clean and tight. Photos illustrate. Family histories of Falls, Fletcher, Gates Hanes (Haynes) and Sevier. Jack County, Texas-Dallas, TX-Henderson, TX-Oklahoma-New London School Explosion and Midland, TX."

The British and Irish in Oklahoma icon

Guide to the Historical Records of Oklahoma icon

Oklahoma Territory Weddings

Campbell's Abstract of Creek Freedman Census Cards and Index icon

Cherokee Cavaliers: Forty Years of Cherokee History as Told in the Correspondence of the RIDGE - WATIE - BOUDINOT Family icon

Cherokee Connections
Cherokee Connections is an introduction to genealogical sources pertaining to the Cherokee nation, and it is designed specifically for researchers who are trying to prove their heritage for tribal membership as well as for those who are simply interested in investigating family legends about Cherokee ancestry. All-important sources of genealogical value are explained with respect to the reasons why the various records were generated and where they can be accessed today. This includes such well known records as the Dawes Commission records, the Dawes Final Rolls, and the Guion Miller Rolls, to mention only a few.

Index to the Cherokee Freedmen Enrollment Cards of the Dawes Commission 1901-1906

Citizens of Missouri Territory
Land grants in present-day Oklahoma, Missouri & Arkansas.

Recollections and Reflections: a History of Stilwell and Adair County, Oklahoma icon

Original (White County, Illinois and Stillwater, Oklahoma) Collection of JOHNSON Family Photographs icon

Tales of Atoka County Heritage

Inventory of the County Archives of Oklahoma, No. 3. Atoka County

History of Baxter County, 1873-1973 icon

Family Maps of Beaver County, Oklahoma: Homesteads Edition

A History of Beaver County

From Boom to Bust and Back : The Story of Elk City, Oklahoma and Grandview Church
Beckham County

Their Story: A Pioneer Days Album of the Blaine County Area icon

Reflections of Durant and Bryan County, Oklahoma

Bryan County, Oklahoma Cemeteries

Inventory of the Church Archives of Oklahoma, No. 7, Bryan County

The Life and Times of Caddo County icon

In the Limelight, Or history of Anadarko (Caddo County) and Vicinity from the Earliest Days

Canadian County, Oklahoma Territory (Now Oklahoma) Index to Marriage Records: Book I, July 1890 - April 1894

History of Canadian County, Oklahoma

History of the THOMPSON and MOBERLY Families of Canadian County, Oklahoma

Family Histories of Canadian County Oklahoma icon

Indian Territory and Carter County, Oklahoma, Pioneers, Including Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation

Men and Women in the Armed Forces From Carter County, Ardmore, Oklahoma. (the Men and Women in World War Il From Carter County) icon

Tahlequah and the Cherokee Nation, 1841-1941 icon

An Oral History of Tahlequah and the Cherokee Nation

Tahlequah, Oklahoma 1969 City Directory icon

Tahlequah icon

Indian Justice: A Cherokee Murder Trial At Tahlequah In 1840 icon
Cherokee County

Around Tahlequah Council Fires icon
Cherokee County

The HOUSTONs of Tahlequah icon

Inventory of the County Archives of Oklahoma, No. 11. Cherokee County (Tahlequah)

The Tracks We Followed (Boise City, Cimarron County)

Cimarron Family Legends icon

Not a Stoplight in the County; Cimarron County, Oklahoma icon

Pioneers and Early Settlers of Cleveland County, Oklahoma: 1889-1925

Register of Marriages, 1891-1897, Cleveland County, Territory of Oklahoma icon

Pioneers of Cleveland County: 1889-1907

Norman: An Early History, 1820-1900 icon

Cleveland County, the Pride of the Promised Land: An Illustrated History

Abstracts of the Early Deeds of Cleveland County, Oklahoma, Book 1 (June 1889-July 1893)

A Centennial Album of Cleveland County: 1889-1989

Sold! Cleveland County Oklahoma Place Names icon

History of Coal County, Oklahoma icon

Vinita, I. T., the Story of a Frontier Town of the Cherokee Nation 1871-1907 icon
Craig County

The Heritage of Craig County and Cooweescoowee & Delaware Districts, Indian Territory

Sold! Mrs. Meler's Menus and Recipes (Oklahoma College for Women Chickasha, Oklahoma) icon
Circa 1920

Sold! Post Card: Rock Island Depot, Chickasha Oklahoma icon
E. C. Kropp, circa 1920

Heritage of the Hills: A Delaware County History

The History of Delaware County Schools icon

Spanning a River, Reaching a Community: The Story of the Ravenel Bridge icon
Dewey County

Family Maps of Ellis County, Oklahoma: Homesteads Edition

Sold! Shaeffer Funeral Home Records... Enid, Oklahoma icon

Garfield County, Oklahoma: 1893-1982 icon

A History of Covington, Garfield County, Oklahoma and Surrounding Territory / Covington, Oklahoma USA icon

From Bluestem to Golden Trend-Garvin County History icon

Chickasha: A Journey Back in Time icon

History of Grant County Families icon

The Sandlappers: Pioneer Life in the Sand Hills: An Authentic, and Sometimes Amusing, Description of Life on a Greer County Homestead, from 1889 to 1907

Brinkman Community: History of the Pioneer Town and Community, 1890-1999 icon
Greer County

Sold! The Mangum Star Weekly: 1898-1900; Greer County, Oklahoma Territory

Planning the Route: a History of Harmon County Oklahoma, and Planning Route 2, Harmon History Book 2 icon

Family Maps of Harper County, Oklahoma, Deluxe Edition

Sage and Sod: Harper County Oklahoma

Plat Book of Harper County, Oklahoma

Across the Lonely Years The Story of Jackson County icon

A History of Jackson County [Oklahoma] icon

Altus, "The Irrigation Pioneer of Oklahoma" icon
Jackson County

Tenderly He Leads Us, 1892-1992: A Centennial History Of The First Baptist Church Altus, Oklahoma icon

Ponca City and Kay County Boom Towns...

Last Run: Kay County, Oklahoma, 1893 icon

Kay County, Oklahoma (1919) icon

Newkirk and Kay County Diamond Jubilee icon

The Proud Heritage of Le Flore County: A History of an Oklahoma County

Sold! LeFlore County, Oklahoma, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, 1900 Census

Biography of a Bank: The Story of The First National Bank of Heavener

Spiro. the Early Memories
LeFlore County

Yesterday Revisited, an Illustrated History of Leflore County, Oklahoma

A Memorial to the Hardy Pioneers of Soonerville and Especially the HEUSTON Family
Lincoln County

Tryon, Oklahoma: 1893-1993 icon
Lincoln County

Gloss Mountain Country: A History of Major County

Historical Highlights of Mayes County icon

Pryor Cemetery

Inventory of the County Archives of Oklahoma. No. 49. Mayes County (Pryor)

McCurtain County and Southeast Oklahoma: History, Biography, Statistics

Murray County Oklahoma: The Heart of Eden icon

Through the Years; History of the First Baptist Church, Muskogee, Oklahoma 1890-1965 icon

Our Century in Christ: Through the Years, a History of the First Baptist Church, Muskogee 1890-1975 icon

Muskogee: From Statehood to Pearl Harbour icon

Muscogee, Indian Territory: The Queen City of the Southwest icon

Muskogee: The Biography of an Oklahoma Town icon

Muskogee City and County icon

Sold! Muskogee and Northwestern Oklahoma. Volume I icon
(1922)

Lore and Lure of Eastern Oklahoma: Muskogee and Eastern Oklahoma, and the Battle of Honey Springs icon

The First Generation, a Half Century of Pioneering in Perry, Oklahoma
Noble County

History of Noble County, Oklahoma icon

Brand Book 1965 Okfuskee County Livestock Association

Born Grown, an Oklahoma City History

Index to Probate, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma: 1895-1920

Oklahoma County: An Illustrated History icon

The Vanished Splendor: Postcard Views of Early Oklahoma City icon

History of Okmulgee County, Oklahoma icon

Pawnee Pride: History of Pawnee County icon

Sold! A Historical Study of Two Residences in Stillwater, Oklahoma 1890-1900 icon
Typewritten master's thesis, 1970.

Hilarious History: the Funniest True Stories and Legends of Stillwater and Payne County icon

The Story of Exciting Payne County icon

Drifting Down Memory Lane; Ride With Ward Hays Through 89 Years of Memoirs of Early Day Stillwater, Payne County and Oklahoma icon

Pittsburg County, Oklahoma: People and Places icon

With The Colors: Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, USA, 1917-1918-1919

Sold! Woman's Missionary Society, First Presbyterian Church, McAlester, Oklahoma, 1916-1917 icon
Pittsburg County

My Father is Rich: Holdba-Toba, a Picture Story of Indian Missions: Aaron & Hilda HANCOCK: McAlester, Oklahoma icon

Beginning at Cold Springs: The History of Allen, Oklahoma, 1882-1976
Pontotoc County

Judges of the Place of Fire
Profiles twenty judges of Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma.

Minutes of the Thirtieth Session of the Pottawatomie County Missionary Baptist Association (1922)

Pushmataha County Cemeteries, Old and New

Sold! Just a Dash of Kiamichi icon
Pushmataha County

A Brief History of Roger Mills County icon

Family Maps of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma: Homesteads Edition

Glen Crane's Record of Roger Mills County, Oklahoma Cemeteries...and More icon

Nobility I Have Known in Roger Mills County icon

Recollections of Early Rogers County icon

The History of Rogers County, Oklahoma icon

Memories Shared by Seminole Storytellers

The History of Sequoyah County: 1828-1975

Sequoyah County, Oklahoma Marriages...

General Index to Sequoyah County Probate...

History of Stephens County [Oklahoma] icon

Family Maps of Texas County, Oklahoma: Homesteads Edition

Family Maps of Tillman County, Oklahoma: Homesteads Edition

A Diamond Jubilee: History of Tillman County, 1901 - 1976

A Pictorial History of Tillman County, Oklahoma

Grandfield: The Hub of the Big Pasture icon
Tillman County

The History of Tulsa, Oklahoma. a City With a Personality. Together With a Glimpse Down the Corridors of the Past Into Old Indian Territory, the Five Civilized Tribes, the Creek Nation, Tulsa Recording District and Tulsa County icon

Tulsa's Magic Roots icon

Sand Springs, Oklahoma: Consolidated Name and Subject Indexes to Major Genealogical and Historical Sources icon
Tulsa County

Sand Springs, Oklahoma: Images of America

Sand Springs, Oklahoma: A Community History

Wagoner County History icon

Wagoner 1923-1950: A Look Backward icon

Family Histories: Washington County, Oklahoma icon

Bartlesville Memoirs icon
Washington County

Bartlesville, Oklahoma Postcards icon

We Were There: A Pictorial History of Washington County Area Veterans icon

Washita County, Oklahoma - History 1892 - 1976

Alva, Oklahoma: The First 100 Years, 1886-1986 icon
Woods County

Persimmon and Dunlap Cemeteries of Mutual, Oklahoma icon
Woodward County

One Hundred Years of the Methodist Church in Mutual Oklahoma icon

Below Devil's Gap: the Story of Woodward County icon

Indians of Eastern Oklahoma: Including Quapaw Agency Indians icon

The Eastern Band of Cherokees, 1819-1900 icon

Search back issues of The Oklahoma Genealogical Society Quarterly icon

Oklahoma Renegades: Their Deeds and Misdeeds

Confederate Pension Applications 1861-1865 Oklahoma icon

Come in This House: The HOYLE Family, Oklahoma Homesteaders icon

Double Cousins: Stories and Photos of Early-Day Farm Life in the Cherokee Strip of Oklahoma with the SHUMAN and WAUGH Families icon

The EDMONDSON - THOMPSON Family and Farm icon

History of the THOMPSON and MOBERLY Families of Canadian County, Oklahoma

Sooner or Later: Tales of a Pioneer Family

Sold! The Saga of the CHOTEAUs of Oklahoma: French Footprints in the Valley Grand icon

Storm and Stampede on the Chisholm  
"As a young man in 1883, Collins spent more than a year on the Red Fork Ranch in Oklahoma, during which time he learned Western lore from both cowboys and Indians. In this 1928 volume, he relates his adventures on the range."

FESMIRE: A Family History and Genealogy Martin FESMIRE and His Descendants in North Carolina and Tennessee, With Branches in Indiana, Ohio, Mississippi, Texas, and Oklahoma icon

Wiley G. HAINES: Frontier U.S. Deputy Marshal
"For nearly thirty years, Wiley G. Haines held a commission as a U.S. deputy marshal in the Twin Territories, one of the most challenging posts in the nation. Haines protected the territories’ people and also the land from exploitation. He was fluent in the Osage language and a trusted friend of the tribe, known as the “Peacemaker of the Osage.” Unlike legendary lawmen Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson, and Wild Bill Hickok, Haines was a career lawman. He was one of the most successful criminal officers in Oklahoma.

"It is difficult for us to imagine today the routine hardships and challenges Haines faced on a daily basis. Whether riding on horseback through the snow in bitter cold in pursuit of an outlaw or facing the deadly gunfire of desperadoes, Haines had to be prepared for anything. He was one of the last iron men, whose epitaph reads, “An Honest Man’s the Noblest Work of God.” The Wiley Haines story is an exciting page from the history of Oklahoma’s wild and woolly days."

A LOCKHART Family in America: Four Generations of Frontiersmen in Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Nebraska and Oklahoma With Some of Their Descendants

Unto the Least of These: In Memory of Charles PAGE

From Whence We Came: The SIMS and LALE Families of Oklahoma

The WILKINSON Family History: Of Virginia, Missouri and Oklahoma icon

The Fus Fixico Letters: A Creek Humorist in Early Oklahoma

Barefoot in an Oklahoma Sticker Patch: Memories from Childhood in Rural Oklahoma County

The Burning: Massacre, Destruction, and the Tulsa Race Riot of 1921

Osage County Kids: A True Story

Oklahoma Route 66

A Tour on the Prairies

The Dawes Commission and the Allotment of the Five Civilized Tribes 1893-1914 icon

Five Civilized Tribes Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Seminole, Creek

Ghost-Town Tales of Oklahoma: Unforgettable Stories of Nearly Forgotten Places


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