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Oklahoma Centennial Farm Families Oral History Project
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    • Oral history interview with Darrell Stiles and Nancy Chipukites

    • Oral history interview with Darrell Stiles and Nancy Chipukites
    • 2008-08-13
    • Fourth-generation owners of Cabin Creek Farm, Darrell Stiles and Nancy Stiles Chipukites, discuss the history of the property and the early members of their family that homesteaded the land in 1891 as part of Sac and Fox Land Run. The major crops...
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    • Oral history interview with Robert Brixey

    • Oral history interview with Robert Brixey
    • 2008-08-29
    • Fourth-generation owner, Robert Brixey, discussed the history and beginnings of the Brixey Homestead. The land was deeded to the Brixeys in 1891 and the farm produced cotton and prairie hay, as well as cattle and various other animals. Harvey...
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    • Oral history interview with Regina Duggan

    • Oral history interview with Regina Duggan
    • 2009-04-20
    • Regina Duggan, owner of the Duggan Farm and Ranch, discussed the history of the Duggan Homestead and the generations of family that have lived there since the 1891 Land Run. Originally the farm produced cotton, hogs, and corn, but at the time of...
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    • Oral history interview with Bud Blakley

    • Oral history interview with Bud Blakley
    • 2009-04-24
    • Bud Blakley, third-generation owner of the Blakley Farm, discussed the history of the homestead, established in 1891. The interview took place in the restored cabin that was originally constructed during the Sac and Fox Land Run. During its...
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    • Oral history interview with James and Joann Pickett

    • Oral history interview with James and Joann Pickett
    • 2009-04-30
    • James and Joann Pickett, third-generation owners, discussed the history behind the Pickett Farms as well as the Pickett's Dairy Farm purchased in 1893 from an owner who had made the 1891 Land Run. In 1957, James and Joann purchased the farm from a...
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    • Oral history interview with Romeyn and Hortense Ninness

    • Oral history interview with Romeyn and Hortense Ninness
    • 2009-05-11
    • Romeyn Ninness, fourth-generation owner of the Israel Royer Homestead established in 1889, discussed the history of the land and the family that acquired it after the Sac and Fox Land Run. The original 160 acre farm produced cotton, hay, alfalfa,...
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    • Oral history interview with Jerry and Patsy Acton

    • Oral history interview with Jerry and Patsy Acton
    • 2009-05-17
    • Jerry and Patsy Acton, fourth-generation owners of the Abraham H. and Melissa Acton Homestead claimed in the Land Run of 1889, discussed the history of the land and the family that settled it. Originally, the farm produced wheat, alfalfa, cotton,...
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    • Oral history interview with Charles Scrutchfield Nelson

    • Oral history interview with Charles Scrutchfield Nelson
    • 2009-05-18
    • Charles Scrutchfield Nelson, third-generation owner of the Scrutchfield Farm, purchased in 1899, discussed the history of the family's ownership of the land. When the farm was originally purchased, it was utilized as a horse and Shetland pony farm,...
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    • Oral history interview with Pearl and Leon Jarred

    • Oral history interview with Pearl and Leon Jarred
    • 2009-05-26
    • Pearl and Leon Jarred, third and fourth-generation owners of the E.E. Birch Farm purchased in 1901, discussed the history of the land and the family that settled it. The farm originally produced cotton, corn, milk cows, and mules. At the time of...
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    • Oral history interview with Vernon, Alan and Andy Askew

    • Oral history interview with Vernon, Alan and Andy Askew
    • 2009-05-27
    • Vernon Askew and his sons Andy and Alan, fifth and sixth-generation owners of the Isaac S. Favor Farm, claimed in 1889, discussed the long history of the land and their family. When the farm was claimed, the Favor family worked on clearing the...
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    • Oral history interview with Wanda Foster

    • Oral history interview with Wanda Foster
    • 2009-06-05
    • Wanda Foster, third-generation owner of the Foster Farm which had been allotted to Louise Beartail as part of the Creek Indian allotments, discussed the history of the land and the family that settled it. The original farm produced primarily...
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    • Oral history interview with Ralph and Richard Dreessen

    • Oral history interview with Ralph and Richard Dreessen
    • 2009-06-17
    • Richard and Ralph Dreessen discussed the Dreessen-Smith Farm, homesteaded in 1889, as well as the history of the land and the family that claimed it. The farm originally produced cattle and grain. Both Richard and Ralph recalled memories of their...
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    • Oral history interview with Don Wingo

    • Oral history interview with Don Wingo
    • 2009-07-15
    • Don Wingo, third-generation owner of the Wingo Properties, discussed the history of the land and the family that purchased it in 1907. The original farm produced cotton, corn, alfalfa, legume crops, sorghum, hay, cattle, hogs, and chickens. At the...
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    • Oral history interview with Frank Ahrnsbrak

    • Oral history interview with Frank Ahrnsbrak
    • 2009-08-25
    • Frank Ahrnsbrak, third-generation owner of the Ahrnsbrak Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that purchased it in 1889. Throughout the many years, the farm produced primarily wheat in addition to various livestock, including...
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    • Oral history interview with Ola and Charlotte Fouquet

    • Oral history interview with Ola and Charlotte Fouquet
    • 2010-02-03
    • Ola and Charlotte Fouquet, third-generation owners of the Deffenbaugh Homestead Ranch, discussed the history of the land and the family that acquired it in 1891. Originally, the land produced cattle, horses, hogs and chickens as well as corn,...
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    • Oral history interview with Keith, Kim, and Todd Smalley

    • Oral history interview with Keith, Kim, and Todd Smalley
    • 2010-02-21
    • Keith and his son Kim and nephew Todd Smalley, fourth and fifth-generation owners of the Hill Haven Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that purchased it in 1904. The original farm produced wheat, oats, hay, beef and dairy...
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    • Oral history interview with Jim Kinder, Ann Kinder, and Pam Kalka

    • Oral history interview with Jim Kinder, Ann Kinder, and Pam Kalka
    • 2010-03-10
    • Jim and Ann Kinder along with their daughter Pam Kalka, owners of the centennial farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that claimed it. Originally the farm produced cotton, horses, and beef cattle. At the time of the interview the...
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    • Oral history interview with Louberta Kalka

    • Oral history interview with Louberta Kalka
    • 2010-03-12
    • Louberta Kalka, third-generation owner of the Beasler Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that acquired it in 1903. Originally the farm produced milo, hogs, chickens, cattle, and sheep. At the time of its centennial, 80 of the...
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    • Oral history interview with Susan Bize

    • Oral history interview with Susan Bize
    • 2010-03-29
    • Susan Bize, fourth-generation owner of the Nordstrom Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that claimed it in the 1889 Land Run. The farm originally produced kaffir corn, potatoes, oats, as well as wine made from a cultivated...
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    • Oral history interview with Norval and Dusa Gooch

    • Oral history interview with Norval and Dusa Gooch
    • 2010-09-03
    • Norval and Dusa Gooch, fourth-generation owners of the Gooch Homestead, claimed in 1889, discussed the history of the land and the family that settled it. The original farm produced cotton, wheat, and cattle, as well as several varieties of fruit....
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    • Oral history interview with Phil and Frances Macy

    • Oral history interview with Phil and Frances Macy
    • 2010-09-30
    • Phil and Frances Macy, third-generation owners of the Alfred and Joella Murry Homestead, discussed the history of the land and the family that purchased it in 1900. Originally the farm produced wheat, corn, hay, cotton, and livestock in addition to...
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    • Oral history interview with Elton and Kenneth Nimerick

    • Oral history interview with Elton and Kenneth Nimerick
    • 2010-10-07
    • Elton and Kenneth Nimerick, brothers and third-generation owners of the Nimerick farm, acquired in 1893, discussed the history of the land as well as the family that settled it. Originally, the Nimerick farm produced kaffir corn, cotton, and corn,...
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    • Oral history interview with Allen Fulton and Evelyn Kramer-Gambill

    • Oral history interview with Allen Fulton and Evelyn Kramer-Gambill
    • 2010-11-10
    • Allen Fulton, fourth-generation owner of the Daniel Kramer Homestead, along with his aunt Evelyn Kramer-Gambill, discussed the history of the homestead and the generations of family that have called it home since 1895. The farm produced corn, small...
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    • Oral history interview with Betty Beard-Wall, Cindy Wall-Morrison, and Dean Fuxa

    • Oral history interview with Betty Beard-Wall, Cindy Wall-Morrison, and Dean Fuxa
    • 2010-11-23
    • Betty Beard-Wall and her daughter, Cindy Wall-Morrison, and longtime leasee Dean Fuxa discussed the history and family genealogy related to the Thomas B. Beard Farm, settled in 1896. Originally the farm produced chickens, cattle, and wheat. At the...
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    • Oral history interview with Terry and Judi Leonard

    • Oral history interview with Terry and Judi Leonard
    • 2011-03-05
    • Fourth-generation owners of the Broken Bar L Ranch, Terry and Judi Leonard, discussed the history of the land, settled in 1896, and the important role the land has played in the numerous generations of the family. Terry was born on the ranch and...
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    • Oral history interview with Ernest Gorath

    • Oral history interview with Ernest Gorath
    • 2011-03-08
    • Ernest Gorath, third-generation owner of Gorath Elk Farms, discussed the farm's history and the many animals and crops it has produced since it was acquired by his family in 1900. Originally the farm produced corn, cotton, oats, milk cows,...
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    • Oral history interview with J.D. Waggoner

    • Oral history interview with J.D. Waggoner
    • 2011-03-23
    • James D. Waggoner, third-generation owner of the Waggoner Homestead, discussed the history of the farm and shared memories of growing up on the land. After James graduated from Oklahoma A&M College (OAMC) as a mechanical engineer in the petroleum...
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    • Oral history interview with Wayne Speer

    • Oral history interview with Wayne Speer
    • 2011-04-04
    • Wayne Speer, second-generation owner of the Speer Farm, discussed the history and heritage of the family farm acquired during the 1893 Land Run. After returning from service in World War II, Wayne inherited a section of the farm and raised cattle...
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    • Oral history interview with George Bellmon, Pat Hoerth, Gayle Wynne, and Ann McFerron

    • Oral history interview with George Bellmon, Pat Hoerth, Gayle Wynne, and Ann McFerron
    • 2011-04-11
    • The history of the Bellmon Farm, purchased as a relinquishment in 1897 and owned by former Oklahoma Governor and US Senator Henry Bellmon, was discussed by his three daughters and his brother George. The farm originally produced corn, cotton,...
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    • Oral history interview with Velva Rence

    • Oral history interview with Velva Rence
    • 2011-04-19
    • Velva Rence, wife of third-generation owner Dave Rence, discussed the history of the David H. and Emma V. Rence Homestead, settled in 1893, and the shared heritage of living on the land. At the time of the interview the land was leased for grazing...
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    • Oral history interview with Jon Cavalier

    • Oral history interview with Jon Cavalier
    • 2011-04-22
    • Jon Cavalier, fourth-generation owner of the Cavalier Farm, spoke about the history of the land and its original settlement in 1829 and then later by the Cavalier family in 1905 as part of a Cherokee Indian allotment program. At the time of the...
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    • Oral history interview with Ann and John Paul Dick

    • Oral history interview with Ann and John Paul Dick
    • 2011-04-25
    • Ann Dick and her son John Paul, third and fourth-generation owners of the Bar Tee Jay Ranch established in 1903 through a Cherokee Indian allotment program, discussed the history of the farm and intentions for the land's future. Born in Morocco,...
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    • Oral history interview with David and Gayla Holcombe

    • Oral history interview with David and Gayla Holcombe
    • 2011-05-03
    • David and Gayla Holcombe, sixth-generation owners of the Freeman/Holcombe Farm, discussed the history of the homestead and its establishment in 1838 through an Indian allotment. During the interview they go over their family history, occupations...
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    • Oral history interview with Thomas Tinker Ray

    • Oral history interview with Thomas Tinker Ray
    • 2011-05-07
    • Thomas 'Tinker' Ray discussed the history behind the 7R Ranch since it was acquired through an Indian allotment in 1903 as well as the family's long history with Brangus cattle. Tinker shared memories of his educational experience and how his...
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    • Oral history interview with Keller 'Mozelle' Stockton

    • Oral history interview with Keller 'Mozelle' Stockton
    • 2011-05-31
    • Mozelle Stockton, third-generation to live on the land, discussed her family history and the history of the property which her family acquired through a Cherokee Indian allotment prior to 1906. Originally the farm produced hay, wheat, and cattle...
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    • Oral history interview with Steve Hall, Gaynell Hall and Kay Weyen

    • Oral history interview with Steve Hall, Gaynell Hall and Kay Weyen
    • 2011-07-23
    • Steve and Gaynell Hall along with Kay Weyen discussed the history of the South-Hall Ranch, land that was originally acquired through Cherokee heritage. Over the years the farm has produced fruit trees, cattle, and timber, and for a time served as a...
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    • Oral history interview with Lloyd and Joyce Ellis

    • Oral history interview with Lloyd and Joyce Ellis
    • 2011-09-22
    • Lloyd and Joyce Ellis discussed the history of the Ellis family farm, purchased in 1891, and how it has been passed down through the generations. The original farm produced peaches and apples in addition to hay, but as time went on, the farm was...
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    • Oral history interview with Jay Franklin, Judy McBee and Carol Pixley

    • Oral history interview with Jay Franklin, Judy McBee and Carol Pixley
    • 2011-11-15
    • Jay Franklin and his two sisters, Judy McBee and Carol Pixley, discussed the history of the Franklin Farm and their ancestors that settled the land in 1871 through the Dawes Commission. The three recalled life during the Great Depression, the...
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    • Oral history interview with Bennie and Greg Allison

    • Oral history interview with Bennie and Greg Allison
    • 2012-02-17
    • Bennie Allison and his son Greg, third and fourth-generation owners of the Allison Farm, discussed the history of the homestead and the way in which the Allison family came to own the farm through a land lottery. They shared memories of growing up...
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    • Oral history interview with Allan and June Barrington

    • Oral history interview with Allan and June Barrington
    • 2012-02-17
    • June Barrington and her son Allan, fourth and fifth-generation owners of the Lowry Family Farm, discussed the history behind the homestead and the family that purchased it back in 1904. The two shared stories of their time on the farm and the...
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    • Oral history interview with John Watkins, Frances Watkins, and Mary Crawford Johnston

    • Oral history interview with John Watkins, Frances Watkins, and Mary Crawford Johnston
    • 2012-03-09
    • John Watkins and his sister Mary, along with their mother, Frances, discussed the history of the Watkins Homestead founded in 1901 and the family that claimed it. The original acreage produced cotton, corn, broom corn, cattle, hogs, horses, and...
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    • Oral history interview with Doris and Joe Renschen

    • Oral history interview with Doris and Joe Renschen
    • 2012-03-09
    • Doris Renschen and her son Joe, third and fourth-generation owners of the Renschen Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that purchased the property back in 1903. Originally the farm produced cattle, chickens, wheat, cotton, fruit,...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Alisa Zelnicek

    • Oral history interview with Alisa Zelnicek
    • 2012-03-22
    • Alisa Zelnicek, fourth-generation owner of the Claude Curry Farm established in 1889, discussed the history of the land and the family that claimed it. The original 160 acres produced wheat and cattle. At the time of the interview wheat continued...
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    • Oral history interview with Barbara Wickett and Colleen Foster

    • Oral history interview with Barbara Wickett and Colleen Foster
    • 2012-04-30
    • Barbara Wickett and her sister-in-law Colleen Foster, third-generation owners of the Foster Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that claimed it through the 1889 Land Run. Cattle and wheat were the primary historical products. At...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Karmaleta Hempel and Twila Williams

    • Oral history interview with Karmaleta Hempel and Twila Williams
    • 2012-05-07
    • Sisters Karmaleta Hempel and Twila Williams, fourth-generation owners of the A. Thomas Hill Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that acquired it in 1889. The original farm produced native grass, wheat, oats, corn, cattle, and...
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    • Oral history interview with Patty Nickell and Mike Hronopulos

    • Oral history interview with Patty Nickell and Mike Hronopulos
    • 2012-09-06
    • Patty Nickell and her son Mike Hronopulos, third and fourth-generation owners of the William H. Fox Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that acquired it. Originally the ranch produced wheat, fruit, cattle and corn. At the time of...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with Bill and Jacquelyn Pope

    • Oral history interview with Bill and Jacquelyn Pope
    • 2012-09-12
    • Bill and Jacquelyn Pope, fourth-generation owners of the Pope Farm and the Crist-Pope Farm, both acquired in 1892, discussed the history of the land and the family that claimed it. Originally the farms produced wheat, alfalfa, and cattle in...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.
    • Oral history interview with James Gilmour and Gladys Hopkins

    • Oral history interview with James Gilmour and Gladys Hopkins
    • 2012-09-14
    • James Gilmour and his sister Gladys Hopkins discussed the W.A. Cross Farm as well as the Gilmour Farm, acquired in 1892 and 1904 respectively. Wheat and cattle were the original products on both farms. At the time of the interview the land was...
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    • Oral history interview with Betty and Hugh Branscum

    • Oral history interview with Betty and Hugh Branscum
    • 2012-09-24
    • Betty and Hugh Branscum, third-generation owners of the Bilger Bamberg Branscum Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that purchased it in 1900. The original farm produced corn, watermelon, wheat, as well as various fruit for...
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    • Oral history interview with K. Kay Lewis

    • Oral history interview with K. Kay Lewis
    • 2012-11-12
    • K. Kay Lewis, third-generation owner of the McKemy-Brandes Farm, discussed the history of the land and the family that purchased it in 1892. Even though the family no longer lived on the land, Lewis held a deep connection to the home of her...
    • This material may not be copied or reproduced without permission. For more information, contact the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program at liboh@okstate.edu or call 405-744-7685.

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