I was born in 1861 in Texas. Father was Charley Worley and mother was Martha Criner, both born in Tennesse. I came to the Indian Territory with my father and mother in 1873.
This oral history was recorded by W.P.A. fieldworker Maurice Anderson on July 15, 1937.
Last week, Congress responsibly fulfilled its most fundamental duty to the American people by funding some of the nation’s most critical and pressing needs.
Everyone in America will receive the same text message on the same day in October.
Fall armyworms are surface-dwelling, “climbing cutworm” caterpillars that prefer to feed on grasses.