This week’s oral history was recorded by W.P.A. fieldworker Maurice Anderson on September 24, 1937 at Mr. Smith’s residence near Wynnewood, OK.
For many Americans, the days following Thanksgiving are filled with starting or finishing up Christmas gift and holiday shopping. Whether purchasing at brick and mortar stores or online, the holiday
I was born in 1863 in Old Doxtol in the Choctaw Nation. Father was John Kemp and mother was Melina Kemp. My father and mother came to Indian Territory
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation wants to hear from the public about the state’s planned transportation projects and programs for various modes of travel over the next four years.
Each year in the United States of America, we observe the special tradition of coming together around a table of food to reflect on our blessings.