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          Exploring Oklahoma History
          Exploring Oklahoma History

          Exploring Oklahoma History is jt for the fun of seeing what there is to see in the great state of Oklahoma, and to possibly learn a little something along the way.

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          This database is provided to help you explore the great state of Oklahoma.

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          The latest on our discoveries and adventures around Oklahoma.

          Canadian County Sheriff Stables

          Canadian County Sheriff Stables Built ca. 1908,BR. Restored 1995 - 1999 By Preservation El Reno Inc. Stan Gralla Architects The following individuals and organizations stepped forward to mark genero financial contributions to preserve this important historic structure. for their response to the needs of the community, we recognize these donors. Mary K. Ashbrook Foundation, Amer ...
          Located in Canadian County, Oklahoma.
          April 19

          Cheyenne and Arapaho Lands Opened

          Tuesday, April, 19, 1892 – The Cheyenne and Arapaho lands in western Oklahoma were opened. more ...

          Oklahoma City bombing

          Wednesday, April, 19, 1995 – On this day the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, downtown Oklahoma City was bombed. Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols were the perpetrators of the attack, which killed 168 people, including 19 children. Timothy McVeigh was later sentenced to death by lethal injection, while his partner, Terry Nichols, who was convicted of 161 counts of First Degree Murder received life in prison without the possibility of parole. more...

          Bonnie and Clyde
          On April, 6, 1934, Clyde Barrow, Bonnie Parker and Henry Methvin shot and killed Constable Cal Campbell and kidnap Chief Percy Boyd near Commerce, Oklahoma. Chief Boyd was later released.