I was born in 1859, in Mississippi. Father was W.W. Bridges born in North Carolina. Mother was Lucy Ann Adair born in Tennessee. I came to the Indian Territory with my family in 1884.
It took years for me to learn that some things actually CAN wait - - - that I could leave the bed unmade and run outside to be a part of the world “waking up” - - - complete with sunrise, early mor
We have less than two months left in the legislative session.
Last week, Congress came very close to delivering on our promise to repeal and replace Obama Care.
This week we have the Indian Pioneer Paper of Joe Davis. This oral history was recorded by W.P.A. fieldworker Maurice Anderson on March 30, 1937.