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The state of Sequoyah : an impressionistic look at eastern Oklahoma

Author: Jerald C Walker; Daisy Decazes
Publisher: Kansas City : Lowell Press, ©1985.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Eastern Oklahoma, which would have become the State of Sequoyah if a 1905 convention of Indian Territory delegates had realized its goals, is a complex area of great promise. Modern progressive cities with highly sophisticated business and industry, cultural organizations, and educational institutions share this beautiful green country with small towns and sleepy hamlets.
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Genre/Form: Local history
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jerald C Walker; Daisy Decazes
ISBN: 0913504955 9780913504956
OCLC Number: 12103521
Description: vii, 106 pages : color illustrations ; 25 x 27 cm
Contents: Between two worlds: an Oklahoma perspective --
The state of Sequoyah convention --
Indian removal --
The Indian republics and Indian Territory --
The new state --
A profound change of identity --
A complex area of great promise.
Responsibility: Text by Jerald C. Walker ; photography by Daisy Decazes.

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Eastern Oklahoma, which would have become the State of Sequoyah if a 1905 convention of Indian Territory delegates had realized its goals, is a complex area of great promise. Modern progressive cities with highly sophisticated business and industry, cultural organizations, and educational institutions share this beautiful green country with small towns and sleepy hamlets.

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