Following is a list with short descriptions of web sites which contain information about the history of Oklahoma or information about Oklahoma today. Many of these are also included as references in other sections of this program.
You can visit these sites by clicking on the Internet address listed.
Oklahoma State Home Page http://www.ok.gov/ - This web site lists official information about the state of Oklahoma, including state agencies and current executive and legislative proceedings.
Oklahoma State Library http://www.odl.state.ok.us/ - This web site gives links to state libraries, communities, online books and reference materials.
Oklahoma State Archives http://www.odl.state.ok.us/oar/ - This web site links to online public documents of the state and local governments from the early history of Oklahoma as a territory to the present time.
Oklahoma Geological Survey http://www.ogs.ou.edu/ - This web site contains information and maps about the state's geographic makeup, coal, oil and gas production, and water resources.
Oklahoma GenWeb http://www.okgenweb.org/ - This web site has links to searches in genealogy (Family histories and ancestors).
Oklahoma State Historical Society http://www.ok-history.mus.ok.us/ - This web site has links to historical resources for Oklahoma and the United States. It also links to a listing of Historical Sites maintained by the Society, and to events, publications and programs of the Historical Society.
Oklahoma Digital Prairie http://digitalprairie.ok.gov/ - Digital collections of the Oklahoma Department of Libraries spanning more than 100 years of Oklahoma history.
Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture - http://www.okhistory.org/publications/encyclopediaonline
State Historic Sites and Museums
Oklahoma Museums http://www.okmuseums.org