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Oklahoma Land Rush

Learn about the Oklahoma Land Rush and what it meant for native populations as well as settlers. These sites contain photographs and descriptions of the events leading up to and the actual events of the Oklahoma Land Rush. Includes eThemes Resources on Oklahoma state facts and state flag.


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See a photograph of the starting line for the first Oklahoma Land Rush, April 22, 1889.
Learn about the settling of Guthrie via the Oklahoma Land Rush. This site also has links to related events that influenced the settling of Guthrie and how the name "Sooners" came about.
Learn more about the Oklahoma Land Rush on April 22nd, 1889. NOTE: This site contains ads.
See high resolution photographs showing settlers participating in the Oklahoma Land Rush.
Learn about the second piece of the Oklahoma land run in the panhandle of Oklahoma. This site site details the area of the "Cherokee Strip" and gives a first hand account from settler Seth Humphrey. NOTE: This site includes banner and video ads.
Learn the history, state symbols, statistics, fun facts and trivia about Oklahoma. Explore state maps and trace the borders. State songs are included. There is a link to eThemes resources on the state flag.
Find out the meaning of the symbols and colors on the Oklahoma state flag. Learn the history of its adoption and design. Includes photographs and coloring pages. There is a link to eThemes Resources on Oklahoma state facts.

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