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Dive deeper into Oklahoma history by learning from the voices and stories of the Oklahomans who lived it.

Legacies of Storytelling: Famous Oklahoma Authors

Learn about the work and legacy of some of Oklahoma's most famous and influential authors and apply some of their wisdom in your life.

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Legacies of Growth: Famous Oklahoma Agriculturalists & Ranchers

Meet some of Oklahoma's famous agriculturalists and ranchers, learn how to sew the seed of wisdom to your own life.

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Legacies of Truth: Famous Oklahoma Journalists

Listen to — and learn from — the lives and legacies of some of Oklahoma's most famous and influential journalists.

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Legacies of Inspiration: Famous Oklahoma Musicians

Listen to — and learn from — the lives and legacies of some of Oklahoma's most famous and influential musicians.

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What Was "The Reign of Terror" in the Osage Nation?

Learn about the Reign of Terror in the Osage Nation during the 1920s and the vast conspiracy to steal the wealth of the Osage Native American people.

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Legacies of Faith: Famous Oklahoma Religious Leaders

Meet some of Oklahoma's most influential spiritual leaders and learn the values that guided their lives, congregations, and communities.

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Legacies of Leadership: Famous Oklahoma Community Leaders

Meet some of Oklahoma's most influential community leaders and learn lessons from their legacies that you can apply to your own life.

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What Was the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre?

What Was the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre?

Learn the history of the 1921 Race Massacre, what caused it, the aftermath, and hear from Oklahomans who survived the massacre tell their stories.

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Legacies of Valor: Oklahoma's Famous WWII Veterans

Meet some of Oklahoma's most influential World War II veterans and learn lessons from their legacies of valiant service that you can apply to your life.

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Legacies of Victory: Famous Oklahoma Athletes

Meet some of Oklahoma's famous and most influential athletes, learn the principles that made their success possible, and apply these lessons to your life.

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Women's History Month: Celebrating Historical Oklahoma Women

Learn the origins of Women's History Month and learn lessons you can apply to your life from some of Oklahoma's most influential women.

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Oklahoma's Most Influential Immigrant Citizens

Meet some of Oklahoma's most influential immigrant citizens and learn key lessons from their incredible lives and legacies that you can apply to your own.

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Legacies of Strength: Oklahoma's Holocaust Survivors

Meet some of Oklahoma's holocaust survivors, listen to their firsthand stories of survival, and learn what lessons we can glean to ensure atrocities like the holocaust never happen again.

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Legacies of Giving: Famous Oklahoma Philanthropists

Meet some of Oklahoma's most influential philanthropists, the origins of their giving spirit, and the people and causes they have enriched through their legacies of giving.

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Lessons from Famous Oklahoma Entrepreneurs & Business Leaders

Learn what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur directly from the lived experiences of some of Oklahoma's most influential business leaders.

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Artists of Oklahoma: The Work & Legacy of Famous OK Poets

Learn about the work and legacy of some of Oklahoma's most famous and influential poets like Joy Harjo and N. Scott Momaday.

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Artists of Oklahoma: The Work & Legacy of Famous OK Painters

Learn about the work and legacy of some of Oklahoma's most famous and influential painters, including Woody Crumbo, Charles Banks Wilson, and more.

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Sit-in at Katz Drug Store in Oklahoma City, OK. Oklahoma Historical Society, John Melton Collection (1958)

The History and Impact of the Oklahoma City Bombing

Learn the history of the Oklahoma City Bombing, how Oklahoma City recovered, and the lasting impact of the bombing on the history and people of Oklahoma.

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Sit-in at Katz Drug Store in Oklahoma City, OK. Oklahoma Historical Society, John Melton Collection (1958)

What Were the Sit-ins During the Civil Rights Movement in Oklahoma?

Learn about Oklahoma civil rights sit-in demonstrations the impact sit-ins had in helping end segregation in Oklahoma and throughout the United States.

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Two Chickasaw Warriors Sculptures by Sheila Brown

The History and Impact of the Chickasaw Native Americans

Explore the origins of the Chickasaw Nation, significant events in the history of their people, and examine how their history and culture continue to shape Oklahoma and its people to this day.

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