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Ada, OK

Ada Evening News

Altus, OK

Altus Times

Alva, OK

Alva Review Courier

Antlers, OK

Antlers American

Ardmore, OK

Daily Ardmoreite
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Bartlesville, OK

Examiner-Enterprise

Blackwell, OK

Journal Tribune

Broken Arrow, OK

World
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Chickasha, OK

Express-Star

Chouteau, OK

Daily Times

Claremore, OK

Claremore Daily Progress

Clinton, OK

Clinton Daily News

Coweta, OK

American-Tribune
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Duncan, OK

Duncan Banner

Durant, OK

Durant Daily Democrat
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Edmond, OK

Edmond Evening Sun

El Reno, OK

El Reno Tribune

Elm Grove, OK

Grand Lake News

Enid, OK

Enid News and Eagle
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Frederick, OK

Press-Leader
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Guymon, OK

Guymon Daily Herald
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Hugo, OK

Hugo Daily News
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Kingfisher, OK

Kingfisher Times
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Lawton, OK

Lawton Constitution
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McAlester, OK

McAlester News

Miami, OK

Miami News-Record

Muskogee, OK

Muskogee Phoenix
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New Cordell, OK

Cordell Beacon

Newkirk, OK

Newkirk Herald Journal

Norman, OK

Norman Transcript
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Oklahoma City, OK

Journal Record
Oklahoma Constitution
Oklahoman

Owasso, OK

Owasso Reporter
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Pauls Valley, OK

Pauls Valley Daily Democrat

Ponca City, OK

Ponca City News

Poteau, OK

Poteau Daily News

Purcell, OK

Purcell Register
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Sallisaw, OK

Sequoyah County Times

Sand Springs, OK

Sand Springs Leader

Seminole, OK

Seminole Producer

Shawnee, OK

Shawnee News-Star

Skiatook, OK

Skiatook Journal

Stigler, OK

Stigler News Sentinel

Stillwater, OK

Stillwater News-Press

Sulphur, OK

Sulphur Times-Democrat
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Tahlequah, OK

Tahlequah Daily Press

Tulsa, OK

GTR Newspapers
Tulsa World
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Wagoner, OK

American-Tribune

Woodward, OK

Woodward News


Did you know?

The Oklahoma panhandle strip was not yet surveyed as of 1885, and as that was one of the requirements of the Homestead Act of 1862, the land could not be officially settled. Settlers by the thousands flooded in to assert their "squatter's rights" anyway. They surveyed their own land and by September 1886 had organized a self-governing and self-policing jurisdiction, which they named the Cimarron Territory.



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