Limited Edition history covering many of the towns and early day communities of
this area, as well as the families, businesses, churches and civic organizations
which were established in the area of the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893 and the
years following. The 9" X 12" hard bound, indexed book, with approximately 1,000
acid free pages and hundreds of pictures, is now offered to the general public.
Included are stories of the pioneers who made the "Run", the 101 Ranch, the oil
boom, the Native Americans who live here, the agricultural efforts, as well as much
more! Hundreds of pages are devoted to family stories, and there is a section on
schools, organizations, and historical landmarks.
If you have not already purchased a set, you will want to in the near future. If you already own a set, please consider ... The cost of publishing such a tremendous historical and genealogical resource is great. This fact limits the possibility of future editions. This unique perspective on Oklahoma, United States and human origins may well become a COLLECTORS item.
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