3 edition of Family histories of Canadian County, Oklahoma found in the catalog.
|Statement||Canadian County History Book Association|
|Publishers||Canadian County History Book Association|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
] 1898-1900s South Canadian: Monitor. The Oklahoma City and Western Railroad later the St. History Timeline [ ] Resources [ ] Bible Records [ ] Biographies [ ] Business, Commerce, and Occupations [ ] Cemeteries [ ] Cemeteries of Canadian County, Oklahoma online and in print Tombstone Transcriptions Online• The county is named for the Canadian River.
Naturalization and Citizenship [ ] Newspapers [ ] Oklahoma Newspapers Online• Thanks from all of us at Linkpendium! 1898-1914 at - ; index and images• ] 1896-1901 El Reno: El Reno Republican. In 1803 present Oklahoma was included in the area known as the Louisiana Purchase. Very minimal wear and tear.
In 1930 Canadian County reported 2,961 farms of which 54. El Reno Potts Ervin N. El Reno Bartlett Amos T. 1929-1993 El Reno: El Reno Democrat. Other trustees were: Fred Heckes, Jacob Wesley, David W. 1911-1929 El Reno: Populist Platform. In 1849 the California Road, from Arkansas to California crossing Oklahoma along the Canadian River, was heavily traveled by gold seekers going to California.
El Reno Clute Sidney E. As the year passed everyone agreed that a minister was needed. In 1908 farmers had 350,000 acres under cultivation, and the principal crops included corn, wheat, oats, cotton, alfalfa, sorghum, and hay. El Reno Webb David H. El Reno Richardson Ivin G. Obituaries [ ] Other Records [ ] Voter Records• LAST NAME FIRST AND MIDDLE NAME BIRTH DATE OR AGE DEATH DATE FUNERAL HOME DATE OBIT PUBLISHED CEMETERY?
1889 - - Oklahoma Historical Society• The original submitter or source of the information will retain their copyright.
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