Archaeological surveying--Oklahoma--Grant County.; Archaeological surveying--Oklahoma--Kay County.; Grant County (Okla.)--Antiquities.; Kay County (Okla.)--Antiquities.
This report summarizes the findings from the 1999/2000 archeological reconnaissance of select portions of the Salt Fork of the Arkansas River basin in Grant and Kay Counties. The project is part of the Oklahoma Historic Preservation office and...
Dawson site (Okla.); Excavations (Archaeology)--Oklahoma--Mayes County.; Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Mayes County--Antiquities.
The Dawson site, My-140, was excavated during a five week period in May and June, 1977, by the Oklahoma Highway Archaeological Survey. The excavation was deemed necessary since the proposed alignment of the Lindsey-Mayes Bridge Project will...
"This survey was conducted to better understand the use of promontories by prehistoric peoples in western Oklahoma and provide a base-line study of the cultural significance of this special feature of the landscape."
Indians of North America--Oklahoma--Lincoln County--Antiquities.; Excavations (Archaeology)--Oklahoma--Lincoln County.; Lincoln County (Okla.)--Antiquities.
Archaeological investigations at the Spring Creek site (34Ln-76) were conducted by the Oklahoma Conservation Commission...; The Spring Creek site lies partially within the flood pool of Impoundment 4M of the Robinson Creek Watershed in Lincoln...
A Celebration of Oklahoma
Books and Authors
to the Ninth Annual
Oklahoma Book Awards
A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
March 14, 1998
National Cowboy Hall of Fame
and Western Heritage...
The focus of the present work is a review of the existing literature on Pleistocene vertebrates in Oklahoma. We hope that this review will serve as a useful resource to professionals and amateurs alike. We anticipate that it can be utilized as a...
Book Awards A Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
Welcome to the
A Celebration of
Oklahoma Books and Authors
Oklahoma Heritage Association
& Gaylord–Pickens Museum
NW 13 Street...
Arkansas River Valley--History.;Arkansas River Valley--Antiquities.;Oklahoma--History.;Oklahoma--Antiquities.;McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System.;Indians of North America--Arkansas River Valley--Antiquities.;Prehistoric...
In connection with various phases of construction, the area was searched by the Oklahoma River Basin Survey for archeological sites. Some of these sites were excavated, reported, and provide much of what is known about the prehistoric peoples who...
Oklahoma Book Awards
20th Celebration of
Welcome to the
AWA R D
The Oklahoma Heritage Association
Pioneer Library System/Red Dirt Book...
Oklahoma Engineering Center - Past, Present & Future, George T. Gibson; NCEES Honors Oklahoma Professional Engineer Bill Dickerson for Service; 2014 Exam Administration Dates and Application Deadlines; Congratulaions Examinees - April 2013;...
O2k0lah1om0a Book Awards
Celebration of Oklahoma Books and Authors
AWA R D
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...
Cimarron County (Okla.)--Antiquities.; Archaeological sruveying--Oklahoma--Cimarron County.
Under terms of Project No. 02-407, issued by the Oklahoma Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office, and National Parks Service, archaeologists from the Oklahoma Archeological Survey conducted systematic pedestrian survey of 4,110...
OHLAP scholarship promise kept, but many programs suffer $83 million in overall cuts to higher education; Oklahoma Film Institute offers summer program; Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation donates advanced DNA sequencers to Cameron; OSU...
Teachers--Training of--Oklahoma.; National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (U.S.)
On behalf of the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation (OCTP) let me congratulate you on your decision to seek National board certification. Your commitment to your professional growth as an educator, is commendable. National board certified...
2010 MARKED A VERY IMPORTANT YEAR FOR THE SAM NOBLE MUSEUM.; May 1,2000, was the day we opened the doors of this facility and on May 28, 2010, we held a very big tenth birthday party. More than 1,800 guests came through the front doors in less than...
2011 was a hallmark year for new permanent exhibits at the Sam Noble Museum. In March, we opened a new diorama, Black Mesa, in the Hall of Natural Wonders. Funded by the Whitten-Newman Foundation, Black Mesa is one of the most interactive of the...
Ethnohistorical data provided in this study of the Deer Creek archeological site (34KA3), Kay County, Oklahoma, will identify the Indian occupants of the site in the mid-18th century and, in addition, will suggest other times it may have been...
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...