Whether it was farm families adding value to soil and grass or merchants connecting supply and demand, Oklahomans have been walking onto the stage of history for more than three centuries with skil
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Ancestor Seekers is sponsoring trips to Salt Lake City in 2016.
We all know I'm a little nuts, but it's been said to me recently in no uncertain terms that I am flat-out crazy.
In a previous column, I referred to an 1880 publication, the "Handbook of the United States of America and Guide to Emigration." The portion I focused on was what the authors had to say about the c
Photography was well established during the late 19th century and early 20th century as settlers rushed into Oklahoma Territory and established farms, ranches, towns, cities and the state of Oklaho
The lady plopped down on the pavement in front of me just as I was going into the store. She was, as they say, a hot mess.
It is certainly no secret why so many immigrants came to the United States they were desperate to escape crop failures and famine, wars and revolutions.
It is with excitement, nervousness and a bit of a heavy heart that I announce I will be leaving my staff writer position here at the newspaper.
It must be mid-October, because I'm already hearing the most subtle jingling of bells on TV commercials, and I actually heard Santa's name mentioned on the radio yesterday.
In this column, I want to share a few brief highlights from my family history on the maternal side. October is Family History Month and, by coincidence, Oct.