The book covered the history and genealogy of his parents, and most of the choctaw and white residents of whitefield before statehood and immediately after statehood. In 1847 the settlement was absorbed into the town of dalton. A history is the first comprehensive narrative to bring the story of the sooner state to the threshold of its centennial. Lepthien a brief history of the choctaw tribe for juvenile readers. Each leaf of the oklahoma family tree memorializes an oklahoma family with the family surname, first names, and the town or county where they lived. Compare the life of the plains village farmers to that of the caddoan mound builders. In the 1830s cross plains was the primary settlement in what would soon become whitfield county.
Learning goals suggested learning support unit 1 topic 2 oklahomas early people 57 days overarching learning goals. Whitefield yellow pages phone books in oklahoma ok. Stigler, oklahoma project gutenberg selfpublishing. Cemeteries in whitefield, oklahoma, a find a grave. Welcome to whitefield historical society view all whitefield historical societys images on maine memory network the whitefield historical societys mission is to collect, preserve, and maintain as an educational resource those materials from the town of whitefield that will document its past history and annotate its present. The history of oklahoma refers to the history of the state of oklahoma and the land that the state now occupies. Daily oklahoman oklahoma city, 23 may 1943 and 7 september 1981 economic base report, haskell county, with an occupational potential inventory oklahoma city. John allen satterfield was born at home in whitefield, oklahoma on december 23, 1946 to john mace and vivian jones satterfield. These towns and cities are commonly referred to as ghost towns. The land that today makes up oklahoma was added to the united states as part of the louisiana purchase of 1803. Find local whitefield ok aarp programs and information. Description the great awakening a history of the revival of religion in the time of whitefield and edwards. List of books and articles about oklahoma history online.
The oklahoma state textbook committee is comprised of parents, teachers, and community members who have been appointed by the governor. Whitefieldarea historical tornado activity is slightly below oklahoma state average. Nicely written and a good read for those interested in the subject. The great awakening joseph tracy revival in the times. Patricia mae stephens was born on sunday, may 02, 1943 and passed away on tuesday, february 18, 2020. We specialize mainly in historical books about oklahoma and oklahomans. It was named for methodist bishop george whitefield 1714 1770. This twovolume, 1700page work contains 2,455 entries, including. You may place holds, return books to our external book drops, and pick up holds using our curbside service.
John satterfield obituary oklahoma city, ok oklahoman. We have served hundreds of children who have been abused, neglected, and witnessed their families decimated by domestic violence and substance abuse. Justin whitefield was born on february 3, 1973 in pauls valley, ok and went to be with his lord on november 4, 2006. Christian books on church history the early church. Save over 20% credits will not expire, so you can use them at any time. Oklahoma employment security commission, 1971 john p.
With her help especially her typing skills, ted researched and wrote his book on the history of whitefield, oklahoma. Since 2006, white fields has taken great pride in restoring hope and healing to traumaaffected children and teens from all over the state of oklahoma. Carroll anne pearson was born on friday, may 02, 1952 and passed away on thursday, march 05, 2020. The student textbook covers the history of oklahoma from prehistoric times to the present, and includes content on the states geography and economy. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading oklahoma. World heritage encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Whitefield historical society welcome to whitefield. Whitepages is the largest and most trusted online phone book and directory. They include wills, fee books, claim registers, legacy records, inheritance. Located in the northwestern quadrant of haskell county at the intersection of state highways 2 and 9, whitefield is fiftyfive miles west of fort smith, arkansas. Justin graduated from paoli high school in 1991 and received his bachelors degree in business from osu in 1994. The product of two of oklahomas foremost authorities on the history of the 46th state, oklahoma.
Oklahoma family tree stories this beautiful sculpture of three redbud trees is located just outside the eleanor and john kirkpatrick research center in the oklahoma history center. The county seat for haskell county is located in stigler. Discover oklahoma historical newspaper archives from 18402007 in more than 3. Stigler lies just to the east of the whitefield cemetery. Theodore byron ted hall, sr 19021986 find a grave memorial. Get to know the real possibility of aarp in whitefield. Haskell county the encyclopedia of oklahoma history and. Textbook chapters 3 and 4the student will be able to. We support quality therapy, education, career preparation, and mentorship opportunities to empower our individuals and families to heal together, grow, and lead fulfilling lives. Find out more about oklahoma history with this arcadia publishing book series. It was named for a methodist bishop, george whitefield 1714 1770. If you have family buried in this cemetery andor have obits with newspapers permission or an obit that you can write or tombstone photos or individual portraits or can write a short bio or have a history of the cemetery and would like to add your information to this website, contact the area coordinator for more information. Native americans before europeans arrived in oklahoma, native american tribes lived throughout the land. We are using the following gps coordinates latitude and longitude for the whitefield cemetery.
These tribes included the ute, comanche, osage, quapaw, wichita, and the caddo. The population was 391 at the 2010 census, compared with 231 at the 2000 census. Oklahoma historical landmarks, photos, places, and people in a best seller collection. This is an interesting book from a premier authourity on the history of oklahoma, from its native american tribes and history to the settling of the territory prior to its statehood. Mayes memory by upgrading thomas public record with words and pictures, signing thomas memory book, recording an audio memory or lighting a candle. The name was given to the town by edward white, a merchant from new york, who named the town after his mothers family.
Whitefield area historical tornado activity is slightly below oklahoma state average. Haskell, oklahoma s first governor and a member of the oklahoma constitutional convention. The towns existence can be traced to the civil war, when in 1861 the confederates established an encampment. Haskell county the encyclopedia of oklahoma history and culture. Justin graduated from paoli high school in 1991 and received his bachelors degree. Were an independent nonprofit that provides parents with indepth school quality information.
Contribute, create and discover gravesites from all over the world. Whitefield is a town in northwestern haskell county, oklahoma, united states. Download it once and read it on your kindle device, pc, phones or tablets. Patricia mae stephens was a resident of whitefield, oklahoma at the time of passing. Whitefield the encyclopedia of oklahoma history and culture. He died on january 24, 2011 in oklahoma city after an extended battle with lung cancer. Feb 28, 2019 a new biography helps us come to terms with the unsavory side of the great revivalists mission to america. A history of the state of oklahoma, volume 2 a history of the state of oklahoma, luther b. From the tectonic formation of oklahomas varied landscape to the recovery and renewal following the oklahoma city bombing, this readable book includes both. Whitefield oklahoma wikipedia, a enciclopedia livre. Browse obituaries and death records in whitefield, oklahoma carroll anne pearson, 67 mar 5, 2020 patricia mae stephens, 76 feb 18, 2020. Whitefield real estate whitefield ok homes for sale zillow.
Whitefield cemetery whitefield, haskell county, oklahoma. Children, families, and adults in need have a home at white fields, where we partner with community agencies to help them reshape their lives and realize their potential. The caddo and the wichita lived in the southern part of the state and had similar customs and history. Your book source for oklahoma history written and published by oklahomans. Guide to haskell county, oklahoma ancestry, genealogy and family history, birth. Oklahoma territory and statehood the western section of what is now the state of oklahoma became the oklahoma territory in 1890. Belle starr murdered in oklahoma the outlaw belle starr is killed when an unknown assailant fatally wounds the famous bandit queen with two shotgun blasts from behind. The whitefield cemetery is located in haskell county. Whitefield public school located in whitefield, oklahoma ok. This book tells oklahomas history as a great tale and yet gets you a lot. Haskell county oklahoma history presented by genealogy trails. Whitefield, oklahoma is the 14,411th largest city in the united states as of 2018. The name was given to the town by edward white, a merchant from new york, who named the. I envy students today that are provided textbooks which are actually interesting to read.
Jan 27, 2011 john allen satterfield was born at home in whitefield, oklahoma on december 23, 1946 to john mace and vivian jones satterfield. Books about oklahoma or by oklahoma authors and book dealers. Hall and margaret louise surratt business growth and expansion whitefield, i. George whitefield, the 18thcentury british evangelist and hero of the great awakening. Located in the northwestern quadrant of haskell county at the intersection of state highways 2 and 9, whitefield is fiftyfive miles west of fort smith, arkansas, and fortysix miles south of muskogee. Books about oklahoma or by oklahoma authors and book. Each area displays the changing stage of history, the individual stories of entrepreneurs, and companies that have etched their names and faces into. From the tectonic formation of oklahomas varied landscape to the recovery and renewal following the oklahoma city bombing, this readable book includes both the wellknown.
Areas of oklahoma east of its panhandle were acquired in the louisiana purchase of 1803, while the panhandle was not acquired until the u. Located in southeastern oklahoma, haskell county, created at 1907 statehood, encompasses 625. Books about oklahoma from oklahoma authors and writers. Although a considerable number of scattered records accompanied what jonathan edwards called the revival of religion in new england in 1740 it was not until 1841 that joseph tracy thoroughly sifted these original sources and became its first historian. Justin whitefield obituary pauls valley, ok oklahoman. Zillow has 1 homes for sale in whitefield ok matching. Gibson county tennessee 18501880 witcherville, sebastion county arkansas, 18801885 oklahoma, sans bois county, choctaw nation, 18851888 tales of belle starr school teacher and business partner how whitefield got its name the wedding of wm.
The oklahoma history centers crossroads of commerce exhibit is a dynamic walk through oklahomas economic development divided into six time periods. Oklahoma newspaper archives 18402007 newspaperarchive. Ashabranner this book won the 1995 oklahoma book award in the childrens division, but is suitable for all ages. Loftis memory by upgrading james public record with words and pictures, signing james memory book, recording an audio memory or lighting a candle. Haskell county, oklahoma genealogy genealogy familysearch wiki. Carroll anne pearson was a resident of whitefield, oklahoma at the time of passing. Visit this site for more information and other updates. Oklahoma history center family tree family histories. Whitefields history can be traced to the american civil war, when the confederate army established camp pike for two thousand confederate soldiers in 1861.660 762 1274 1262 45 563 397 1389 366 1032 426 856 1195 98 761 689 1131 967 594 242 837 620 27 967 1013 606 1267 459 170 314 905 1356 952 653 383 672 469 825 949 1212