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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 67
1989

-No. 1-
Choices for the Land Run of 1889 Brad Agnew 4
Fight for Survival: The Indian Response to the Boomer Movement Mary Jane Warde 30
Registers, Receivers, and Entryme: U.S. Land Office Administration in Oklahoma Territory, 1889-1907 Gordon Moore 52
"Die Stillen im Lande:" Mennonites in the Oklahoma Land Rushes Marvin E. Kroeker 76
Book Reviews   98
For the Record   108
-No. 2-
The Oklahoma Land Run of 1889: A Centennial Re-interpretation Don Green 116
Diary of a Twentieth-Century Wagon Trip Edited and Annotated by William H. Mullins 150
Old Baptist Mission and Evan Jones Norbert R. Mahnken 174
The Genealogy of Jesse Chisholm Stan Hoig 194
Notes and Documents   206
Book Reviews   207
For the Record   218
-No. 3-
Bird's Eye: Views of Oklahoma Towns Donald A. Wise 228
"He Has Builded His Own Monument:" Will T. Little and the Legacy of '89 Kenny L. Brown 248
"Dear Oklahoma Lady:" Women Journalists Speak Out Linda W. Resse 264
The Last Prehistoric People: The Southern Plains Villagers Robert L. Brooks and Robert Bell 296
Book Reviews   320
For the Record   330
-No. 4-
"Hollywood's Oklahoma" Jack Spears 340
Witness to History: Booker T. Washington Visits Boley Norman L. Crockett 382
Torn Asunder: Divorce in Early Oklahoma Territory Glenda Riley 392
Historic Choctaw Pottery in the State Museum of History Marshall Gettys 414
Ann Florence Wilson: Matriarch of the Cherokee Female Seminary Devon Abbott 426
Book Reviews   438
For the Record   448
Index   453


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