Exploring Oklahoma History
Exploring Oklahoma History

Exploring Oklahoma History is just for the fun of seeing what there is to see in the great state of Oklahoma, and to possibly learn a little something along the way.

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Historic Place Database

This database is provided to help you explore the great state of Oklahoma.

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An calandar full of Oklahoma history. See what happened today.

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Exploring Oklahoma Blog

The latest on our discoveries and adventures around Oklahoma.

Travis Leon Bench Memorial

In memory of Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper and former Sapulpa police officer Travis Leon Bench. Born Nov. 24, 1955, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on a routien traffic stop at this location on Oct. 5, 1983.
Located in Creek County, Oklahoma.
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November 1

Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act of 2007

Thursday, November, 1, 2007 – On this day a strict immigration reform law meant to discourage illegal immigration went into effect. The Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act of 2007 denies illegal immigrants state identification, and requires all state and local agencies to verify citizenship status of applicants before authorizing benefits. The law also require public employers to enter job applicants into an electronic immigration database to verify legal status. more...

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Blog Oklahoma Podcast 063: Babbs Switch
In this week's episode we take another look back into Oklahoma history as we explore the tragedy at Babbs Switch. Welcome to Blog Oklahoma.
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Blog Oklahoma Podcast 062: Greer County
In this long overdue episode we take another look back into Oklahoma History.with the fascinating tale of Greer County … Texas. Welcome to Blog Oklahoma.
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Killers of the Flower Moon
The book investigates a series of murders of wealthy Osage people that took place in Osage County, Oklahoma in the early 1920s—after big oil deposits were discovered beneath their land. ...