Crossroads is a different kind of storytelling from the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Each issue explores a chapter in the history of our state.
No.11 Sea Salt
Ahoy! Join us for an ancient sea voyage right here in Oklahoma.
No.10 Anything You Can Do
The evolution of women's roles in the West, and the birth of the American cowgirl.
No.9 Woody Guthrie
Travel down the road of Dust Bowl history with Woody Guthrie as your guide.
No.8 Spiro Mounds
Explore the rich history of an ancient civilization—right here in Oklahoma.
No.7 Feeding an Army
A slice of Fort Gibson's history, its Civil War-era stone oven, and the popular Bake Day event.
No.6 The Good Fight
An intimate look back at the struggle for civil rights in Oklahoma City.
No.5 Uncover Your Roots
The story of your family is waiting to be discovered.
No.4 True West
The image of the cowboy as a cultural icon and enduring symbol of the American West.
No.3 Home on the Range
Find out how the efforts of a legendary Wild West showman helped bring bison back to Oklahoma, and where you can see them today.
No.2 16 Tons: The Story of Coal in Oklahoma
Oklahoma's first black gold—coal—has connections to Oklahoma industry, railroads, immigration, and our first labor movement.
No.1 Seeds of History
In our first issue, we visit the only surviving pre-Civil War plantation-style home in Oklahoma.