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January 2021

Knitting class (virtual and on-site)

January 30, 1 p.m.3 p.m.
Oklahoma History Center, 800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive Oklahoma City, OK 73105

The Oklahoma History Center will present a knitting class on Saturday, January 30, from 1 to 3 p.m. Participants will learn basic knitting stitches and tips to create your own masterpieces! Knitting needles and yarn will be provided. This class will be available both in a socially distanced classroom and through virtual instruction. Registration is $15 for OHS members and $20 for nonmembers. This class is designed for learners twelve and older. Registration closes on January 25. Register Online  

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“Life at Hunter’s Home: The Lady of the House” concludes (virtual)

During the month of January 2021 Hunter’s Home will continue digital programming centered on the lady of the house, Minerva Ross Murrell. The “Life at Hunter’s Home” Facebook group is a way to engage in the site’s events and programs from home while keeping safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. January programs will focus on medicine, mourning practices, and birthday celebrations in the 19th century. Beginning on January 5, the programming with explore 19th-century medicines and illnesses that correlate to the…

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February 2021

“Life at Hunter’s Home: Voices of Enslaved People” begins (virtual)

Hunter’s Home in Park Hill will commemorate Black History Month with programming that gives voice to the enslaved residents of the home. During the month of February, visitors can join the “Life at Hunter’s Home” Facebook group. This online offering is a way to engage with the site’s events and programs virtually while keeping safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. February programming will feature many of the people who lived and performed slave labor on the plantation, such as Susan, Ike, Nelson, Eliza,…

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“Blacks on the Oklahoma Frontier: Lawmen, Outlaws, Cowboys, Cowgirls, and Rodeos,” the third Oklahoma African American Film Festival (Virtual)

On Saturday, February 6, 2021, at 6 p.m. the OHS Black Heritage Committee will present “Blacks on the Oklahoma Frontier: Lawmen, Outlaws, Cowboys, Cowgirls, and Rodeos,” the third Oklahoma African American Film Festival. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s festival will be held virtually. The focus of this year’s festival is African American pioneers on the Oklahoma frontier. Topics will include notorious outlaws such as Crawford Goldsby, better known as Cherokee Bill, and fearless lawmen like Deputy US Marshal…

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“Indian Territory, 1863: Strategy & Logistics in the Decisive Year” presentation by Dr. Zac Cowsert (virtual)

Honey Springs Battlefield will host “Indian Territory, 1863: Strategy & Logistics in the Decisive Year,” a live virtual lecture on Friday, February 12 at 2 p.m. CST (3 EST). In this hour-long lecture, Dr. Zac Cowsert will explore both Union and Confederate strategies, logistical hurdles, and key engagements of the Civil War’s most decisive year in Indian Territory. A unique theater of the Civil War, commanders in Indian Territory commanded biracial and triracial armies, managed large refugee populations, and struggled…

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“Life at Hunter’s Home: Voices of Enslaved People” concludes (virtual)

Hunter’s Home in Park Hill will commemorate Black History Month with programming that gives voice to the enslaved residents of the home. During the month of February, visitors can join the “Life at Hunter’s Home” Facebook group. This online offering is a way to engage with the site’s events and programs virtually while keeping safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. February programming will feature many of the people who lived and performed slave labor on the plantation, such as Susan, Ike, Nelson, Eliza,…

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