This Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by W.P.A. fieldworker Maurice Anderson on January 13, 1938 at Mr. Brim’s home in Pauls Valley, OK.
Pecan growers who are interested in learning more about crop load thinning should make plans to attend the Pecan Crop Loading Thinning Field Day slated Aug. 1.
Regardless of political points of view, most Americans can agree that good stewardship of the earth and its precious resources is important. And I am always encouraged by the special
In the 1870’s and 1880’s, the U. S. Deputy Marshals would take a wagon, or several wagons, and make their rounds through Indian Territory collecting federal prisoners for transport to
Pond plants are generally beneficial, providing feeding areas for fish, refuge for small fish from bass, and protecting shorelines from wave erosion.