Oklahoma Originals: Early Heroes, Heroines, Villains, & Vixens - By Jonita Mullins
Ms Mullins tells the stories of a variety of men and women who made early Oklahoma their home. It includes explorers and settlers of the early nineteenth century, as well as oil tycoons and social activists in the early twentieth century. Order here.
An Oral History of Tahlequah and the Cherokee Nation - By Deborah L. Duvall
Published by Arcadia Publishing Co., in 2000, this book of 200 photos is filled with memories and tales that capture life in the Cherokee Nation. Tales told in interviews and personal histories about life in the Cherokee Nation by the people that actually lived here Order here.
The Cherokee Nation and Tahlequah - By Deborah L. Duvall
This book continues to be a fascinating visual history of the Cherokee Nation of Northeast Oklahoma. The Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma covers 14 counties, and Tahlequah is the Capitol. The book contains Cherokee Nation history, including the notorious “Trail of Tears”, and the fact that the Cherokees quickly established systems of democratic government, education and communication. Order here.
The Choctaw Nation - By Donovin Arleigh Sprague
"According to oral history, the tribe originated from Nanih Waya, a sacred place near present-day Noxapater, Mississippi. These people have made difficult transitions throughout their history. In 1830, the Choctaw who were removed by the United States from their southeastern U.S. homeland to Indian Territory became known as the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma“. This book was published in 2007 by Arcadia Publishing Co. It contains a fine overview of the history, as well as the accomplishments of the tribe. Order here.