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An original pioneer woman: The story of a forgotten work of art

For 95 years, Oklahoma State University has had a unique relationship with a pioneer woman who has resided with her infant on campus. Her name is Challenging, she is closely related to the pioneer woman statue in Ponca City, Oklahoma, and their births are linked directly to 10 others.
The Main Reading Room in the 1921 OAMC Library was located on the first floor and served as the original home of the Pioneer Woman for her first 23 years on campus.
Cowboy Chronicles: How OAMC Prepared for WWI

Wed, Apr 27, 2022

The Great War in Europe started in August 1914, and for the next two and a half years, public opinion in Oklahoma and the rest of the country varied widely.

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Cowboy Chronicles: Professor’s SoundScriber recordings offer audio treasures

Tue, Dec 14, 2021

Audio recordings of Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College events and personalities collected before the 1940s are extremely rare.

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