To gather data on the habitat use and status of the American burying beetle, Nicrophorus americanus, in Oklahoma and to compare genetic characteristics of the Oklahoma population with that of the New England population.
"The Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office conducted an architectural/historic resource survey of ten state parks in cooperation with the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department. All ten parks were developed during the New Deal...
In response to a request by the Honorable Jack Mildren, Lt. Governor and Vice-Chairman of the Commissioners of the Land Office (CLO), the CLO staff respectfully submit their analysis of the Sale vs. Administration of School Land.
This report ends the first phase of research on Community Work Centers in Oklahoma. Since the method of data collection followed the historical and qualitative approach, the topics to be discussed fit into that method of research.