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Vol 5, Iss 18 Alva, Oklahoma -

The wheat is growing and the mares are foaling (if that is the correct term) here in NW Oklahoma. AND.... April has vanished somewhere along with March, February and January. Have you noticed the quilt pastures of wheat, alfalfa scattered about the countryside lately. Things have a beautiful green to them this time of year. I hope it is a great year for the farmers.

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McKeever School Teachers (NW Oklahoma Territory)

Vol 13, Iss 37 Oklahoma - Info from the book, The First 100 Years of Alva, Oklahoma 1886-1986, by Seekers of Oklahoma Heritage Association -- McKeever School District 23 was located on the SW corner of Section 24, 6 miles west of Alva, Oklahoma.

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Jess Sears...

Vol 8, Iss 4 "I am the grandson of Jess Sears who taught 1916-1917 -- after which he went into the Navy [more]... View/Write Comments (count 0)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe

Old Opera House Mystery Tidbits...

Vol 8, Iss 20 [l & r: Woods County map of Twp. 28N-Rge 14WIM] - Where was Oakes land North of Alva? Who owns the Oakes' land now? We looked through our handy "1906 Woods County Atlas" and found where George Oakes owned 160 acres in the northeast quarter of Section 11, Twp 28N, Rge 14WIM. His neighbors to the north were J. C. Martin, Chas. E. Watkins, and L. H. Walton. To the west was Irena Jarred; South, E. A. Higgins, W. F. Reid; and East was L. Kranz.

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History of McKeever School

Vol 12, Iss 21 McKeever School, Oklahoma - The History of McKeever School, written and researched by Milt Lehr, Professor Emeritus, NWOSU. The Cherokee Outlet of the territory of Oklahoma was opened to settlement by the Land Run of 1893. After securing a homestead, the pioneers' immediate concern was the education of their children. The first schools were often a soddie or log building and later schools were built using clapboard, stucco, of wood and plaster construction.

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You have (accidentally) created some errors here! It was Marland that was first known as Bliss [more]...
 ~Roy Kendrick regarding Okie's story from Vol. 11 Iss. 32 titled UNTITLED

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Descendant of George Cummins

Vol 5, Iss 14 Oklahoma - "I very much enjoyed this web page. I am a direct descendant of George Cummins. Orange Scott Cummins was George's brother. My grandma called him Uncle Scott.

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NWOSU's Oklahoma Hall Demolition...

Vol 8, Iss 6 As of 5:15 PM today (February 10, 2006, Friday), when I left Alva, the portion of Oklahoma Hall that parallels Oklahoma Blvd [more]... View/Write Comments (count 4)   |   Receive updates (0 subscribers)  |   Unsubscribe


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