Posts Tagged ‘Research’

Slang – one example of the wonders of the Internet

There are lots of great Confederate and War Between the States online resources. Just to give an example: Does it seem like your Confederate gentleman isn’t speaking English? The website below can get you up to date on the “latest” slang http://members.tripod.com/BooneBunny/hubbub.html

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More Oklahoma Happenings in March from Mistletoe Leaves

From March 2009 issue:

March 7 – “The Homestead Act” lecture at OHS’s Sod House Museum near Aline “to recognize Abraham Lincoln’s legacy in Oklahoma”. Call 560-463-2241 for more details.

March 14 – OHC volunteer training. contac Robbin Davis at rdavis@okhistory.org if interested.

March 26-27 – Indian Territory Days hosted by Cherokee Heritage Center in Tahlequah email education@cherokeeheritage.org for more information.

March 28 – Fort Gibson Bake Day (see earlier post for more information or web search the event)

March-July OHC exhibit “Lincoln’s Legacy in Oklahoma” will be on display in the Research Center’s reading room.