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Sulphur conference to spotlight south central Oklahoma and Chickasaw Nation
The Oklahoma Historical Society is planning the 2015 Oklahoma History Conference “Land, Wood and Water: Natural Resources in the Course of Oklahoma History,” will be held April 22 to 24 at the Artesian Hotel in the historic town of Sulphur. The Chickasaw Nation is the presenting sponsor. Read More
New travel guide is available for Oklahoma adventures
In the new Oklahoma State Parks & Outdoor Recreation Guide, there are more than 250 pages loaded with information about places to be explored, things to do and adventures to be had as Oklahoma emerges from winter. Read More
New Oklahoma Travel Guide features art of John Rule
The 2015 Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Travel Guide is an invaluable resource for travel ideas in Oklahoma and features artwork by artist and saddle maker John Rule. Read More
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Winter is a good time for trout and fly fishing in Oklahoma
Oklahoma is full of great fishing destinations in winter. Read More
Barns project documents Oklahoma's history
Oklahoma Historical Society and State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) in partnership with Oklahoma State University recently completed a project collecting information on Oklahoma’s historical barns. A total of 966 barns, including at least 10 barns in each of the state’s 77 counties were documented. Read More
Holidays are a time for fun and festivities in Oklahoma
From Oklahoma City’s Downtown in December to Winterfest in Tulsa, Oklahoma has many festivities planned for the holiday season. Read More
November a colorful month in Oklahoma
From Beaver’s Bend to Ardmore, November is a time for fall festivals, colorful foliage and roadtrips. Read More
Oklahoma artists to be featured at Oklahoma Historical Society
During Native American Heritage Month this November, the Oklahoma Historical Society will plan the inclusion of three talented artists and the business of art in an exhibit titled “Crossroads of Commerce: A History of Free Enterprise in Oklahoma” to open in November 2015. Read More
Power to Grow exhibit documents Oklahoma's energy history
Visitors can learn about the extensive history and impact of the oil and gas industry by enjoying “Power to Grow: The History of Oil and Gas in Oklahoma” at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City. Read More