- Central State College
Central State College Two Blocks N.E. Established by First Legislative Assembly on Dec. 24, 1890, as first Normal School in Oklahoma, Terr. Opened Nov 9, 1891, Richard Thatcher 1st President, "The Edmond Sun", 1st issue July 18, 1889, leading paper for Territory, town and school.
Oklahoma county #college #newspaper
- Marlow Review Newspaper
The Marlow Review Established 1890 Marlow Magnet first newspaper in Marlow By 1905 The Marlow Review started publishing newspapers.
Stephens county #newspaper
- Oklahoma War Chief
Oklahoma War Chief First Newspaper Printed in the Cherokee Strip, June 14, 1884 published at tent town of Rock Falls, 2.5 miles N.W. of here by Capt. David L. Payen: leader of Oklahoma "Boomers" printing office was burned by U.S. Troops, Aug, 1884 Oklahoma Historical Society 33-1995
Kay county #newspaper
- The Cherokee Advocate
As a tribute to Oklahoma's first legal newspaper, The Cherokee Advocate, was established in 1844 in a building approximately 100' from the location (of this maker.) The marker was dedicated September 6, 1957 by the Oklahoma Press Association and the Oklahoma Professional Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi.
Cherokee county #cherokee #newspaper
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