The Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol. 76-2 1998
Oklahoma Historical Society
''The Best City in the Best County': Enid's Golden Era, 1916-1941,' by Alvin O. Turner and Vicky L. Gailey, 116-139, ''Peculiarly situated between rebellion and loyalty': Civilized Tribes, Savagery, and the American Civil War,' by Tom L. Franzmann, 140-159, ''I Should Have Been a Mule': Cotton Pickin' Blues in Southwestern Oklahoma,' by Leo Kelley, 160-172, 'Architecture and Hospitality: Ceremonial Ground Camps and Foodways of the Yuchi Indians,' by Jason Baird Jackson, 172-189, 'Fred Tecumseh Waite: The Outlaw Statesman,' by Michael Tower, 190-217. 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.