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archaeological bibliography of the Oklahoma panhandle

Christopher Lintz

archaeological bibliography of the Oklahoma panhandle

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Published by Oklahoma Archeological Survey, University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Panhandle (Okla.),
  • Oklahoma,
  • Oklahoma Panhandle
    • Subjects:
    • Indians of North America -- Oklahoma -- Oklahoma Panhandle -- Antiquities -- Bibliography.,
    • Panhandle (Okla.) -- Antiquities -- Bibliography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Christopher Lintz.
      SeriesOccasional publication / Oklahoma Archeological Survey, University of Oklahoma ;, no. 3, Occasional publication (Oklahoma Archeological Survey) ;, no. 3.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsZ1208.U5 L56, E78.O45 L56
      The Physical Object
      Pagination20 leaves :
      Number of Pages20
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3923156M
      LC Control Number81620561

      Kenton is a census designated place (CDP) in Cimarron County, Oklahoma, United States. From Kenton, it is approximately miles ( km) south to Amarillo, Texas, miles ( km) northwest to Colorado Springs, Colorado, miles ( km) northwest to Denver, Colorado, miles ( km) southwest to Albuquerque, New Mexico, and miles ( km) southeast to Oklahoma City, the County: Cimarron. One of the best books of maps for Oklahoma is John Wesley Morris, Charles R. Goins, and Edwin C. McReynolds, Historical Atlas of Oklahoma, 3rd ed. Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, (Family History Library book E3m ; edition on film item 3.). 1 negative: nitrate ; 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches or smaller. Title One of the pioneer women of the Oklahoma Panhandle dust bowl. A cowboy who realized the importance of the old Three C Ranch gave t he branding iron (pictured on the left) to the No Man’s Land Museum. It came from the Twin Windmills about 20 miles northwest of Texhoma. Over a hundred years ago, it was an ordinary piece of ranch equipment, but today it is truly a unique object that evokes thoughts of cowboys and survival and the spirit of the Panhandle.


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Oklahoma archaeology;: An annotated bibliography, (A Stovall Museum publication)Author: Robert Eugene Bell. An Oklahoma I Had Never Seen Before: Alternative Views of Oklahoma History. University of Oklahoma Press. Clara Sue Kidwell.

The Choctaws in Oklahoma: From Tribe to Nation, University of Oklahoma Press. Richard Lowitt. American Outback: The Oklahoma Panhandle in the Twentieth Century.

Texas Tech University. Variability in Southern Plains Cultural Complexes: Archaeological Investigations at the Lonker Site in the Oklahoma Panhandle.

Bulletin of the Oklahoma Anthropological Society Warfare on the Southern Plains. The Oklahoma Panhandle is the extreme northwestern region of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, consisting of Cimarron County, Texas County and Beaver County, from west to with other salients in the United States, its name comes from the similarity of its shape to the handle of a pan.

The three-county Oklahoma Panhandle region had a population of 28, at the U.S. Census, representing. Today, it is the Oklahoma Panhandle, but during the late s it was popularly known as "No Man's Land." The Public Land Strip, seasonal home to nomadic American Indians of the High Plains, was controlled by Comanche bands and allied groups from to Survey of Archaeological Activity in Oklahoma.

Lithic Resources and Quarries Robert Eugene Bell Snippet view - Prehistory of Oklahoma Robert Eugene County midden mortuary mound Neosho novaculite occupations occur Oklahoma Anthropological Society Ouachita Mountains outcrops Ozark Panhandle pattern pits Plains Village pollen.

Rilla Askew's book The Mercy Seat is about a family that settles in the Ouachitas in the late 's. It's an epic story. Donald Harington wrote a number of books set in the Ozarks. His writing is an acquired taste, I think.

Barbara Kingsolver's Heaven in Pigs in Heaven is supposed to be in Cherokee County, Oklahoma. That's in the Ozark plateau as well. claimed ship petroglyphs in oklahoma – part 1: On June 3,I received an e-mail from a Catherine (last name anonymous) who sent me some photos of petroglyph panels in the panhandle of : Peter Faris.

American Outback: The Oklahoma Panhandle in the Twentieth Century. By Richard Lowitt. Plains History Series, ed ited by John R. Wunder. (Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, xxi + pp. Illustrations, maps, tables, notes, index. $) The Archaeology of Chaco Canyon: An Eleventh'Century Pueblo Regional Center.

Edited by Stephen H. The Oklahoma Panhandle is the extreme northwestern region of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, consisting of Cimarron County, Texas County and Beaver County, from west to east. As with other salients in the United States, its name comes from the similarity of its shape to the handle of a pan.

The three-county Oklahoma Panhandle region had a population of 28, at the U.S. Census, representing Capital: Beaver City. Oklahoma Archeology: The Newsletter of the OklahomaVol Issues Preserve Noble Oklahoma Museum Norman OAS members OAS Secretary Oklahoma Anthropological Society Oklahoma Archeological Survey Oklahoma Archeology Oklahoma City Oklahoma Historical Society Ouachita National Forest p.m.

Meeting Place paintings Permian Permian. Archaeological Excavations at Rock Creek Mortar Shelter and Public Archaeology at the Pickett State Park Archaeology Museum he Upper Cumberland Plateau, Paleoindian - Mississippian Archaeology at the Pile & West Mound sites and Rock Creek Mortar Shelter and Folsom Camp, Oklahoma Panhandle.

Blackfriary Community Heritage Archaeology Project. Good. Sac And Fox Agency, Oklahoma. Sac And Fox Man Image size 9 X 6 3/4 inches. Over all size 9 X /2 inches good condition. Photo illustration removed from unknown volume. 11th Federally recognized as the "Sac and Fox Tribe of Indians of the Mississippi River in Oklahoma," and commonly known as the Sac and.

PAS members at the Isaac's Windmill excavation. See more pictures and read about this excavation by clicking here.: Panhandle Archaeological Society (PAS) members are dedicated to preserving and protecting the cultural and natural resources of the Texas panhandle and adjacent areas, and to promoting education and community involvement in the history, prehistory, and natural environment of.

Oklahoma Territory and Statehood The western section of what is now the state of Oklahoma became the Oklahoma Territory in ; it included the Panhandle, the narrow strip of territory that, taken from Texas by the Compromise ofhad become a no-man's-land where settlers came in undisturbed.

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InImogene Glover and Pauline Hodges were named to the Oklahoma Panhandle State University Hall of Fame.

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Charles Goodnight was a pioneer of the early range cattle industry—an opinionated and profane but energetic and well-liked rancher. Goodnight’s story is now re-examined by William T.

Hagan in this brief, authoritative account that considers the role of ranching in general—and Goodnight in particular—in the development of the Texas by: 4. Timeline of Oklahoma History Fort Supply. is established in Indian Territory during a US military campaign against the Plains Indians.

Fort Sill. is established near present-day Lawton to keep the peace in Indian Territory. The Missouri, Kansas, Texas Railway, known as the. KATY, lays the first tracks in Indian Territory.

Oklahoma comes very close to being a boxy nonentity on the national map. Thank goodness for the state's "panhandle," a mile-long strip of land extending west toward New Mexico, which gives the. Panhandle Cowboy by John R Erickson.

You Searched For: RANCH LIFE. Describes Erickson's four years as a cowboy and manager on a ranch in the Oklahoma Panhandle. (Key Words: Ranch Life, John R. Erickson, Crown Ranch, Oklahoma, Cowboys, Biography). book. Seller Inventory # X1. More information about this seller | Contact this seller 6.

Sheet Music added to McKee Library We hold solo and small ensemble music for all the common band instruments spanning years of wind ensemble music and containing around 6, titles. The ultimate goal is to make the collection available to all music students in the 5-state region. Oklahoma Archeological Survey - Chesapeake St RmNorman, Oklahoma - Rated 5 based on 4 Reviews "I love this page and am so proud to be a 5/5(4).

The Oklahoma Panhandle is the extreme northwestern region of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, consisting of Cimarron County, Texas County and Beaver County, from west to east. As with other salients in the United States, its name comes from the similarity of its shape to the handle of a pan.

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Brief History [edit | edit source]. The following important events in the history of Oklahoma affected political jurisdictions, family movements, and record keeping.

The United States acquired most of the area that is now Oklahoma as part of the Louisiana Purchase. The panhandle remained under Spanish control. The Quapaw, Osage, Oto, and other Indian tribes arrived about this time. Buffalo Hunting Bibliography.

Anderson, Charles G. In Search of the Buffalo: The Story of J. Wright r Press, Union City, Tennessee. Baker, T. Lindsey and Billy R. Harrison Adobe Walls: The History and Archeology of the Trading. What Blooms from Dust is the story of Nowhere, Oklahoma. From the first settlers to the Dust Bowl, we visit the town and it's residents.

Jeremiah Goodbye returns to Nowhere to settle a score with his twin brother, but upon his return he doesn't recognize his hometown, now ravag Reading about Oklahoma and the Dust Bowl has always felt like 4/5. Wayne Lewis spent his childhood and most of his adult life in Gate, a small Quaker community on the eastern edge of the Oklahoma panhandle.

Education was a priority in the Lewis household – his. ōkləhō´mə [key], state in SW United States. It is bordered by Missouri and Arkansas (E); Texas, partially across the Red River (S, W); New Mexico, across the narrow edge of the Oklahoma Panhandle (W); and Colorado and Kansas.

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Without dust jacket, as issued. Rear hinge broken. Gilt on spine still sharp, easily readable. Smudging to bottom of text block. Copy 2 (FL): Fair to Good. Binding tight. LONG before football teams thundered across playing fields in Norman and Stillwater, other types of equally dangerous creatures roared over the Oklahoma ma's ancient geography was home to a wide variety of dinosaurs and other prehistoric remains can be found across the state, from footprints in the Panhandle to mammoths at Quartz Mountain, from fossil.

marks the 25 th anniversary of the first excavation at the Cooper Folsom bison kill site in northwest Oklahoma. Cooper’s claim to fame includes the discovery of a painted bison skull (the oldest painted object in North America); three separate, stratified, large-scale kill episodes in a single arroyo; and exquisite examples of Folsom projectile points made from a variety of chert.

The Oklahoma Anthropological Society will be hosting this four-day long excavation, with assistance from the Oklahoma Public Archaeology Network, and guidance from Dr. Scott Hammerstedt. Ages are welcome to participate with adult accompaniment, while everyone is welcome to attend, ask questions, and learn more about archaeology.

Archaeological Survey of a Proposed Drill Pad, Reserve Pit, and Acess Road for a Natural Gas Well, Latimer County, Oklahoma () DOCUMENT Citation Only Diane Cargill.

This resource is a citation record only, the Center for Digital Antiquity does not have a copy of this document. Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin. Professionals. San Gemini Preservation Studies – Restoration of Archaeological Ceramics, Paper/Books, Buildings and more.

Please note that the Archaeological Institute of America does not sponsor excavations, and inclusion in this online database does not imply Institute sponsorship or.

The Panhandle, miles ( km) long and 34 miles (55 km) wide, is bordered by Kansas and Colorado at 37°N on the north, New Mexico at °W on the west, Texas at °N on the south, and the remainder of Oklahoma at °W on the east.

The largest town in the region is Guymon, which is the county seat of Texas County. Black Mesa, the highest point in Oklahoma at 4, feet (1, m), is Government: Provisional, unelected, unrecognized.The Panhandle Archaeological Society at Tallahassee represents the panhandle region of Florida around Tallahassee.

The Panhandle Archaeological Society at Tallahassee (PAST) is a not-for-profit group dedicated to promoting the exploration and preservation of archaeological resources in the Florida panhandle region.

PAST is a chapter of the Florida Anthropological Society, and recognized by the.BOOK COLLECTION NONFICTION: High School Edition (EBSCO) BOOK COLLECTION NONFICTION: Middle School Edition (EBSCO) OCLC Union catalog of digital resources: OKLAHOMA Dept. of Libraries: Oklahoma Digital Prairie: Docs, Images, Info: Oklahoma Panhandle State University.

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