We Know We Belong to the Land - A Hundred Years of Oklahoma and the Congress

This online exhibit takes you on a journey through Oklahoma's history. Beginning in territorial days, you'll explore the events and people that shaped this state and helped make it what it is today. You will also meet every person who represented Oklahoma in the U.S. Congress and hear sound clips of speeches, press appearances, and campaign jingles. The text narrative was written by Danney Goble, co-author of the state's high school textbook on Oklahoma history.

Sections of this Exhibit:

Carl Albert, Spiro Agnew, and Richard Nixon
Speaker of the House Carl Albert (right), Vice President Spiro Agnew (top left), and President Richard Nixon (lower left).

All images, audio, and text in this exhibit are copyrighted by the Carl Albert Center at the
University of Oklahoma, except where specified, and are for educational purposes only.
Reproduction is prohibited without permission.

Special thanks to Mary Louise Symcox and the Grayce B. Kerr Fund, Inc. for supporting this exhibit.
This exhibit was created, in part, through a grant from the Oklahoma Humanities Council.

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