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Oklahoma Historic Book Collection on CD

Oklahoma Historic Book Collection on CD
Price USD 14.97
Seller History Film Compilations on DVD

Historical Oklahoma Book Collection is a collection of 27 volumes relating to
the history of Oklahoma and its people primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Several of the volumes have great period illustrations and portraits of relevant
historical figures. All the titles contained on this CD are listed below.

history of Oklahoma (1914) - Thoburn, Joseph Bradfield; Holcomb, Isaac Mason -
123 pages
administration of Oklahoma (May 1908) - Brooks, John S - 229 pages
essential facts of Oklahoma history and civics (1914) - Roberts, Charles Henry
- 258 pages
of Oklahoma and Indian Territory and homeseeker's guide (1906) - Puckett, James
Louis; Puckett, Ellen - 149 pages
Choctaw freedmen and the story of Oak Hill industrial academy, Valliant, McCurtain
County, Oklahoma, now called the Alice Lee Elliott memorial; including the early
history of the Five civilized tribes of Indian Territory, the presbytery of Kiamichi,
synod of Canadian, and the Bible in the free schools of the American colonies,
but suppressed in France, previous to the American and French revolutions; (1914)
- Flickinger, Robert Elliott, - 439 pages
Oklahoma scout (1880s) - Baughman, Theodore - 216 pages
settlement of Oklahoma (1907) - Buck, Solon Justus - 380 pages
laws of Oklahoma, 1915 .. (1915) - Oklahoma. State Dept. of Education - 96 pages
city of Blackwell, Oklahoma (1905) - 18 pages
a guide to the Sooner state (1941) - Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration
in the State of Oklahoma - 442 pages
the legacy : Oklahoma Farmers Home Administration (1999) - Rainbolt, Charles P
- 81 pages
settler's map and guide book. Oklahoma (1889) - Matthews, William Baynham - 84
The story
of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma : "the biggest little city in the world"
- Volume 1 only - (1922) - Kerr, W. F. (William F.); Gainer, Ina - 424 pages
standard blue book of Oklahoma, 1910-1911 (1909) - 128 pages
Hunger David L Payne And The Oklahoma Boomers (1942) - Carl Coke Rister - 245
Our national
problem; the sad condition of the Oklahoma Indians (1913) - Moorehead, Warren
King - 42 pages
Oklahoma along the Kansas City southern railway (1912) - 24 pages
of the Constitutional Convention of the proposed state of Oklahoma : held at Guthrie,
Oklahoma, November 20, 1906 to November 16, 1907 (1907) - 486 pages
and biographical record of Oklahoma; commemorating the achievements of citizens
who have contributed to the progress of Oklahoma and the development of its resources
(1901) - Chapman, firm, publishers - 618 pages
school consolidation; a bulletin of information issued by the Oklahoma State Board
of Education. 1911 .. (1911) - Oklahoma. State Board of Education - 29 pages
of affairs and representative institutions of Oklahoma, 1916; a newspaper reference
work (1916) - World Publishing Company - 328 pages
of the city of Collinsville, Oklahoma. Adopted January 9, 1914 and approved January
19, 1914 (1914) - 73 pages
Oklahoma book; extracts from the official report of Gov. T.B. Ferguson to the
Secretary of the interior, showing the marvelous growth of Oklahoma, the youngest
child of the Louisiana purchase (1903) - 59 pages
Jones of Paradise Valley, Oklahoma; his life and adventures for over forty years
in the great Southwest. He was a pioneer in the days of the buffalo, the wild
Indian, the Oklahoma boomer, the cowboy and the outlaw; (1914) - Callison, John
James - 328 pages
Wilkes Booth; escape and wanderings until final ending of the trail by suicide
at Enid, Oklahoma, January 12, 1903 (1922) - Campbell, W. P. (William Parker)
- 142 pages
life and practice of the wild and modern Indian; the early days of Oklahoma, some
thrilling experiences (1922) - Newsome, J. A - 212 pages
and their state; a newspaper reference work (1919) - Oklahoma biographical association;
Hoffman, Roy, editor - 116 pages

are the computer requirements to run and operate this CD. You must have a PC running
Windows or a Macintosh running OS X or higher software and a web browser. All
the manuals in this disk are in DJVU format. This format allows you to page through
the manuals, enlarge pages for better viewing and print the individual pages or
entire manual as well as many other things. The viewer is very intuitive to use
and has a full help system to answer any questions you may have about its more
advanced features. The viewer is included on the CD.

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