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2021 Oklahoma History Conference
“Perspectives in History”
Exhibitor and Sponsor Hall
Welcome to the Oklahoma History Conference Exhibitor and Sponsor Hall. Here our virtual exhibitors will share resources and products. The hall also includes the generous supporters who helped make this conference possible.
Thank You to Our Supporters
Ann & Burns Hargis | Judge Ralph & Barbara Thompson | James R. Waldo
Dr. Deena K. Fisher | Neal Leader
Karen Keith | Dan Lawrence | Charles & Patricia Tate
An American Sunrise: Poems by Joy Harjo
A stunning new volume from the first Native American Poet Laureate of the United States, informed by her tribal history and connection to the land.
AVAILABLE IN THE OHS ONLINE STORE
Also available: When the Light of the World Was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through
A Norton Anthology of Native Nations Poetry edited by Joy Harjo
Shop books on Oklahoma history and culture, OHS publications, gifts, and more in the Oklahoma Historical Society’s new online store.
Oklahoma Historical Society Resources and Programs
Join the Oklahoma Historical Society
For more than 125 years, the OHS has been collecting, preserving, and sharing history.
OHS membership includes free admission to 23 museums, historic homes, and military sites across the state; a one-year subscription to The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Mistletoe Leaves newsletter, and OHS EXTRA! e-news; discounts on classes and shopping; and more!
Bring the Oklahoma History Center to your classroom. Each trunk contains lesson plans, hands-on activities, and three-dimensional artifacts for students to handle. Over 25 trunks are available, from colonial life and archaeology, to pioneers and space exploration.
Experience history through the first-person narrative of a Civil War soldier or laundress, a Dust Bowl housewife, a Harvey Girl, or a pioneer. These characters provide a view of the past through opinions, eye-witness accounts, clothing, and artifacts. We currently offer virtual programming.
State Historic Preservation Office
The Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office works with Oklahomans and groups throughout the state to identify, evaluate, and protect Oklahoma's diverse range of historic, architectural, and archaeological resources. Find out about historic places in the National Register of Historic Places, the Oklahoma Landmarks Inventory, the Oklahoma Centennial Farm & Ranch Program, and other preservation programs.
Bring an Oklahoma History Center traveling exhibit to your school, community center, or museum. The History Center offers over 20 traveling exhibits on a variety of Oklahoma history topics including All-Black towns, women’s suffrage, Latino(a) history, sports, the Dust Bowl, and more.
The Gateway to Oklahoma History
The Gateway offers free online access to research collections. Visitors can search, view, and download thousands of pages of newspapers, photographs, maps, and documents on The Gateway to Oklahoma History. Search by keyword, or browse by format, date, or location.
Make plans now to visit one of 13 OHS museums located across the state. Whether you’re interested in Route 66, archaeology, the territorial era, Osage heritage, pop culture, or women’s history, OHS museums offer something for everyone.
Atoka Museum and Civil War Cemetery, Atoka
Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School, Perry
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Enid
Chisholm Trail Museum and Horizon Hill, Kingfisher
Museum of the Western Prairie, Altus
Oklahoma History Center, Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, Clinton
Oklahoma Territorial Museum and Carnegie Library, Guthrie
Pioneer Woman Museum and Statue, Ponca City
Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center, Spiro
Tom Mix Museum, Dewey
White Hair Memorial, Hominy
Will Rogers Memorial Museum, Claremore
OHS Historic Homes
Historic homes offer a window into the lives of early Oklahomans. Homes tell the story of family, their day-to-day lives, pastimes, and the time period in which they lived. The Oklahoma Historical Society’s historic homes include a ranch with buffalo and longhorns, a living history farm, and the residences of prominent citizens. Plan your visit and take a step back in time.
Fred and Addie Drummond Home, Hominy
Henry and Anna Overholser Mansion, Oklahoma City
Hunter’s Home, Park Hill
Pawnee Bill Ranch and Museum, Pawnee
Sod House Museum, Aline
Oklahoma Heritage Preservation Grant Program
This grants-in-aid program if offered by the OHS with a goal of encouraging the collection, preservation, and sharing of Oklahoma history at the grassroots level in all parts of the state. Open to tribal and municipal governments and not-for-profit historical organizations, this program offers funding for projects focused on collections, exhibits, educational programming and capacity building.