The Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol. 76-1 1998
Oklahoma Historical Society
'Softened as into a Dream': The Letters of Robert B. Huston, Oklahoma Rough Rider,' by Joe L. Todd, 4-19, 'The Closing of Cordell Christian College: A Microcosm of American Intolerance during World War I,' by Michael W. Casey, 20-37, ''We are making history': The Execution of William Going,' by Louis Coleman, 38-47, 'Occupying the Middle Ground: African Creeks in the First Indian Home Guard, 1862-1865,' by Gary Zellar, 48-71, 'Learning from Oklahoma: Who We Are and Where We Are,' by Fred Wiemer, 72-86. The Chronicles of Oklahoma, first issued in 1921 as the official journal of the OHS, is mailed to members and subscribers four times a year. Each issue contains at least five scholarly articles; subjects range from Indians and earliest settlement to railroads and the twentieth century. Each issue is well illustrated with historic photographs offering a visual picture of the past. Also included are book reviews, notes, documents, and minutes of the quarterly meetings of the OHS Board of Directors.