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    • Friends of Pawnee Bill Ranch, 07/2012, v.19 no.3

    • Friends of Pawnee Bill Ranch Association--Periodicals.; Pawnee Bill Ranch and Museum (Pawnee, Okla.)--Periodicals.
    • Questers Host Event for Ranch Lighting; Pawnee Bill's Interpretive Garden in Full Bloom; Head Count; Author Richard Georgain Speaks at Museum; Summer Projects Continue; 2012 Pawnee Bill Wild West Show Enjoys Successful Season; Pawnee Bill Ranch...
    • Peter Conser home : Heavener, OK

    • Conser, Peter, 1852-1934--Homes and haunts--Oklahoma--Heavener.; Peter Conser Home (Heavener, Okla.)
    • rack card; Judge, sheriff, jury, and executioner, the Choctaw Lighthorse maintained law and order in the Choctaw Nation. As captain, Peter Conser was responsible for preserving order and discipline among the men and ensuring each man was properly...
    • George Murrell home : Park Hill, Oklahoma

    • Murrell, George M.; George M. Murrell Home (Park Hill, Okla.); Historic buildings--Oklahoma--Park Hill.
    • rack card; "Hunter's Home" was built in the new Cherokee Nation about 1845 by George M. Murrell.; The Murrell Home is the only remaining antebellum plantation home in modern-day Oklahoma.
    • Pioneer Woman Museum : Ponca City, Oklahoma.

    • Museums--Oklahoma--Ponca City.; Statues--Oklahoma--Ponca City.; Baker, Bryant, 1881-1970. Pioneer woman.; Pioneer Woman Museum (Ponca City, Okla.)
    • rack card; The museum preserves the legacy of women from all races, creeds and nationalities who have contributed to the development of Oklahoma.
    • Drummond Home : Hominy, Oklahoma.

    • Historic buildings--Oklahoma--Hominy.; Drummond family--Homes and haunts--Oklahoma--Hominy.; Drummond Home (Hominy, Okla.)
    • rack card; In the early part of the twentieth century the Drummond family built one of the most successful trading and ranching operations in Oklahoma.
    • Overholser Mansion : Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

    • Mansions--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City.; Oklahoma City, Okla.--History.; Overholser Mansion (Oklahoma City, Okla.); Overholser, Henry--Homes and haunts.
    • rack card; Built in 1903 on the outskirts of Oklahoma City, this landmark is the most visible legacy of Henry Overholser, the man known as the Father of Oklahoma City.
    • Pioneer Heritage Townsite : Frederick, Oklahoma.

    • Pioneer Heritage Townsite Center (Frederick, Okla.); Frederick (Okla.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
    • rack card; The Pioneer Heritage Center was established in 1977 when the Frederick Rotary Club and Tillman County Historical Society teamed up to save and move the Horse Creek School.
    • Frank Phillips Home : Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

    • Phillips, Frank, 1873-1950--Homes and haunts--Oklahoma--Bartlesville.; Frank Phillips Home (Bartlesville, Okla.)
    • rack card; Frank Phillips, an ambitious barber-turned-bond salesman from Iowa, visited Bartlesville in 1903 to assess business possibilities in the surrounding oil fields.
    • Pawnee Bill Ranch : Pawnee, Oklahoma.

    • Historical museums--Oklahoma--Pawnee.; Pawnee Bill, 1860-1942--Museums.; Pawnee Bill Ranch and Museum (Pawnee, Okla.)
    • rack card; The Pawnee Bill Ranch was once the showplace of the world renowned Wild West Show entertainer, Gordon W. "Pawnee Bill" Lillie. Visitors can now tour Pawnee Bill and his wife, May's, 14 room mansion, fully furnished with their original...
    • Sequoyah's Cabin : Sallisaw, Oklahoma.

    • Sequoyah, 1770?-1843--Museums--Oklahoma--Sallisaw.; Sequoyah, 1170?-1843--Homes and haunts--Oklahoma--Sallisaw.; Sequoyah's Cabin (Museum : Sallisaw, Okla.)
    • rack card; A blacksmith, silversmith, and trading post owner; Sequoyah profoundly influenced the Cherokee Nation through the gift of a written language.
    • Sod House Museum : Aline, Oklahoma.

    • Sod houses--Museums--Oklahoma--Aline.; McCully, Marshall, 1867-1963--Homes and haunts--Oklahoma--Aline.; Sod House Museum (Aline, Okla.)
    • rack card; This "Soddy" was built by Marshal McCully in 1894 and has been restored and preserved as the only existing sod homestead in Oklahoma.


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