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Other Resources

Brochures

Franks, Kenny A. 1990. Oklahoma Farm and Ranch History Map. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Heritage Assoc.

Oklahoma! The Indian and the Cowboy, Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Dept.

Oklahoma's Historic Chisholm Trail, Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Dept.

 

Realia

"Cowboy-The Long Cattle Drive." An education trunk available for Oklahoma educators from Oklahoma Historical Center. This is one of several topic trunks available for classroom use. These trunks contain lesson plans, activities and three dimensional artifacts for the students to handle.

 

Newspaper and Magazine Articles

"America's Cowboys: A History." July 1982. Cobblestone, a history magazine for young  people 3 (7).

Blosser, J.B. 1978. "Mismarked landmark...Chisholm Trail's authenticity disputed." Sarasota Journal, December 13.

Bridwell, Keith. 2007. "Red River Station - Start of the Chisholm Trail in Texas." The Bridgeport Index, August 30.

Bopp, Suzanne B. May/June 2000. "Going Up the Trail." American Cowboy: 74-75.

"The Buffalo Culture of the Plains Indians." April/May/June 1983. The Wind River Rendezvous, 13 (2).

Evans, Charlotte. July 1991. "Barbed Wire, the cutting edge in fencing." Smithsonian Magazine 22 (4).

Tennant, H.S. March 1936. "The Two Cattle Trails." Oklahoma Historical Society. Chronicles of Oklahoma 14 (1).

Thompson, Gary L. 1962. "The Chisholm Trail in Geographic Perspective." Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 42: 253-259.

Wolff Jr., Henry. 2006. "The Chisholm Trail didn't start in Texas." The Victoria Advocate, August 18.