Oklahoma Book Awards
20th Celebration of
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Photographs on the program cover are by David Fitzgerald. Front cover: trees in the water,
Mountain Fork River in Beavers Bend State Park, late fall. Back...
Damron to Retire after 37 years [Loren Damron]; Cunnius to Retire [Ed Cunnius]; February Commission Summary: 89er Chapter of Quail Forever donates $20,000 for upland habitat work, Michael Bergin; Tech Talk: 2011 Web Year in Review; Mystery of the...
This celebration of Oklahoma's traditional Black musicians and the development of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame will bring a new focus. Our gospel, blues, and jazz traditions are indeed rich and diverse and in dire need of documentation,...
This Guide presents an array of programs that may be of assistance during and after disaster recovery – depending upon the circumstances, community needs, and available resources. It contains brief descriptions and contact information for...
Weekly Email Newsletter; Keep up to date with events, news and developments at the Oklahoma Historical Society with our weekly newsletter delivered straight to your inbox.; Produced by the Membership and Development Office of the Oklahoma...
Book Awards A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
Welcome to the
A Celebration of
Oklahoma Books and Authors
Oklahoma Heritage Association
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program; The Governor's Arts Awards is an annual event recognizing individuals and organizations whose efforts have impacted the arts in their communities or throughout the state. First awarded in 1975, the awards are presented by the Governor...
Highlights from the IMPACT Report; Last year 3,140 jobs were created or retained by OCASTsupported organizations along with a 19 to 1 financial return to the state from federal and private investments, according to the recently released OCAST...
Faced with the need to furnish additional water, the City of Lawton requested the Oklahoma Geological Survey to evaluate potential sources of ground water, particularly the Arbuckle Group, which yields as much as 600 gal/min in the immediate...
Mines and mineral resources--Oklahoma--Congresses.; Geology--Oklahoma--Congresses.; Mines and mineral resources--United States--Congresses.; Mineral industries--United States--Congresses.
The Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals is an annual meeting during which representatives of industry, government, and universities discuss the problems of geology, exploration, evaluation, and production of our important industrial...
With the approach of 1987 there seems to be a growing belief in Oklahoma that the state's economic difficulties, while very real, may have a salutary long-range effect in alerting us to new directions that should be followed.; It is a main thesis...