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New Titles Online: Oklahoma and Texas

The full-text search capability of the American County Histories database permits the student/researcher to explore all the publications of a particular county by using a single query. In addition, those wishing to read or browse the text on a page by page basis may do so in the original format merely by scrolling down the screen and then continuing to the next chapter. The Table of Contents is hyperlinked to each chapter as well as to each individual illustration. The user can select a particular graphic from the List of Illustrations and proceed immediately to it by clicking on the highlighted text.

Eight new titles are now fully searchable. They are part of one of our newest American County History sections, The Southwest. Five are from Oklahoma and three are from Texas.

New Titles

  • OklahomaPORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF OKLAHOMA: COMMEMORATING THE ACHIEVEMENTS OF CITIZENS WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE PROGRESS OF OKLAHOMA AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ITS RESOURCES
  • OklahomaSOIL SURVEY OF KAY COUNTY, OKLAHOMA
  • OklahomaMCCURTAIN COUNTY AND SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA: HISTORY, BIOGRAPHY STATISTICS; A COMPLETE CHURCH, LODGE, SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL, BUSINESS AND TRADE DIRECTORY OF THE COUNTY
  • Oklahoma A HISTORY OF OLD GREER COUNTY AND ITS PIONEERS
  • OklahomaMUSKOGEE AND NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA – VOLUME 2
  • TexasPROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTH ANNUAL REUNION OF THE OLD SETTLERS’ ASSOCIATION OF BELL COUNTY HELD AT BELTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 5, 1904 AND PAPERS READ AT THE REUNION
  • Texas ROSS’ TEXAS BRIGADE
  • TexasTHE LONE STAR DEFENDERS: A CHRONICLE OF THE THIRD TEXAS CAVALRY, ROSS’ BRIGADE


The full-text search capability of the American County Histories database permits the student/researcher to explore all the publications of a particular county by using a single query. In addition, those wishing to read or browse the text on a page by page basis may do so in the original format merely by scrolling down the screen and then continuing to the next chapter.

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