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The first priority of the Oklahoma Historical Society is the health and safety of our patrons, volunteers, and staff. We stand with our fellow Oklahomans in the effort to contain the spread of COVID-19. We have closed our sites and affiliates to the public through April 30.
In an effort to minimize gatherings, all OHS-sponsored events are canceled or postponed through May 2, and some events have been canceled beyond that date. We are posting all changes on our events calendar to keep you updated as the situation develops.
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“For Our Own Safety and Welfare: The Meaning of the Civil War in Indian Territory” presentation *Canceled*
April 4, 1 p.m.–2 p.m.
This event has been canceled.
Honey Springs Battlefield will host “For Our Own Safety and Welfare: The Meaning of the Civil War in Indian Territory,” presented by Dr. Bradley R. Clampitt on Saturday, April 4, at 1 p.m. Dr. Clampitt is an associate professor and chair of the Department of History and Native American Studies at East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma. He is author and editor of the book The Civil War and Reconstruction in Indian Territory.
For more information regarding the presentation and Honey Springs Battlefield, please email email@example.com or call 918-473-5572. Honey Springs Battlefield is located east of US Highway 69 between Oktaha and Checotah. The visitor center is located on a hill in close proximity to the Oklahoma Blues Hall of Fame in Rentiesville. Take the second left after reaching the Oklahoma Blues Hall of Fame Museum (driving from the west).