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The history behind the lyrics of “Oklahoma!”
... From “Oh What a Beautiful Mornin,” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, “Oklahoma!” From the moment the curtains part to reveal a cowboy singing a cheerful solo, the musical “Oklahoma!”...
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Oscar Hammerstein II
School Scrambles To Preserve Newly Discovered Cha...
Math teacher Sherry Read's classroom is a total mess. The students are gone for the summer, and light fixtures dangle from the ceiling. The floor has a layer of dust. Down the hallway, workers make a...
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Runaway Slave Wounded In 1863 Oklahoma Battle Hon...
A runaway slave who joined the Union Army during the Civil War and lost a leg after being wounded in an Oklahoma battle finally received recognition Sunday, nearly 100 years after he died in...
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Savannah Morning News
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Still lost in limbo
When Olympic athlete and Native American football legend Jim Thorpe died in 1953, there wasn’t money in his bank account to send his body back to his native state of Oklahoma, where he wanted to be...
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Bangor Daily News
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Gov. Mary Fallin signs legislation to fund OKPOP ...
Gov. Mary Fallin signed legislation Friday that approved funding for the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture, according to a news release. The museum will be located in Tulsa, and the legislation,...
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KTEN North Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma
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