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Grace Ward Smith Legacy

Vol 9, Iss 39 What would Woods County citizens have done without Grace Ward Smith's campaign for camels for Waynoka's Little Sahara?

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Grace Ward Smith

Vol 12, Iss 43 Alva, Oklahoma - As seen in the image on the left that I found on Ancestry.com for Grace Ward Smith, this 1920 U.S. Federal census shows the Harry C. & Florence Ward family of five living in Alva, Woods county, Oklahoma at the residence of 507 Choctaw Street.

Harry C. Ward was listed as 43 years of age, born in Ohio; Florence, his wife, 38 years of age, born in Indiana. They had three children: John (16 years, born about 1904, in Oklahoma), Grace (8 years, born about 1912, in Oklahoma) and Louis (6 years, born about 1914, in Oklahoma).

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Waynoka's Camels

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Waynoka's Camel History

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Ramblings & Rumblings of NW Okie

Vol 12, Iss 43 Bayfield, Colorado - I love the Fall/Winter weather! Especially in the SW Rockies of Colorado! For the past week, the mountains have been brightening up the mountainsides in the San Juan mountains with its hues of golden aspens with the help of the reddish hues of the scrub oaks that are coming back and mingled with the Ponderosa and other pines that survived the 2002 San Juan forest fire that sweeped through the Lemon and Vallecito Reservoir.

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Waynoka, OK Camels & Grace Ward Smith

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Camels In Waynoka

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Grace Ward Smith Legacy

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OkieLegacy Centennial Moment

Vol 9, Iss 39 This week's Okielegacy Centennial Moment finds us researching The Oklahoman archives concerning Waynoka & Little Sahara Camels. It was back on March 9, 1958, The Oklahoman, pg. 92, headlines read: Alva Woman Goes On a Camel Hunt, by Nora B. Oringderff .

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1958 News - Long Search For Camels Hits Gusher

Vol 9, Iss 39 In April, 1958, Grace Ward Smith's long search for camels hits a gusher. Here is how that news article in The Oklahoman, pg. 123, played out 4/6/1958, with the following headlines: "Long Search For Camels Hits Gusher."

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Grace Ward Smith Legacy

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Whittet's Make Another Connection...

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