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Washington County A Centennial History
WCCH-Continues to be one of the best resources on Bartlesville History, even after fifteen years. view product »
Over A Century of Schools in Washington County: Gone But Not Forgotten
Compiled by the staff of the Bartlesville Area History Museum-2010 A comprehensive look at the long gone One-Room Schools in Washington County, as well as the elementary, junior high and high schools that no longer exist except in photographs and the pleasant memories of those who loved and attended the schools. view product »
Bartlesville Postcard History Series
From the 1890s through the 1920s, the postcard was an extraordinarilypopular means of communication and many of the postcards produced during this"golden age" can today be considered works of art. view product »
Family Histories of Washington County Area
Family Histories of Washington County Index This book was orginially $49. view product »
Ten Cent Bill
Author Charles Pittman, ". view product »
Chloe May
"Chloe May's father found his wife's tactics incredulous as she dealt with their impoverished life and her own restlessness. view product »
Game
"Year in and Year out the football powerhouse Hert City Trojans import a ringer to fuel their championship charge, but their luck is about to change. view product »
If Bartlesville Walls Could Talk
“A book about historic homes and unusual architecture of the houses that have been a part of early Bartlesville from its beginning, through the "Oil Boom. view product »
"Meet Me at the Roundup-the Life and Legacy of Jacob H. Bartles"
Over 280 pages of the most in-depth, forty-one year history of one of the largest cowboy events in the world, the history of the Dewey Roundup has never been told like this! Compiled and written by BAHM staff member Debbie Neece and Bartlesville resident Bill Alexander, Dewey Roundup enthusiast, who wrote a condensed version on the Roundup in 2008. view product »
The Home Ranch
Stories of the the Hughes Family and the Oklahoma Land They Call Home Price reflected included 8. view product »
Blue Heaven
The year is 1902. view product »
Pushing the Bear
It is February 1839, and the survivors of the Cherokke Trail of Tears have just arrived in Fort Gibson, Indian Territory. view product »
Women Who Pioneered Oklahoma
In this stirring collection, the women who settled what would become Oklahoma tell their own stories in their own words. view product »
Old Time Oklahoma
Do you know how Oklahoma came to have a panhandle? Did you know that  Washington Irving once visited what is now Oklahoma? Can you name the offical state rock, or list the courses in the official state meal? Was Pretty Boy Floyd born in Oklahoma? The answer to these questions and others you may not have thought to ask, can be found in this engaging collection of tales by renowed journalist-historian David Dary. view product »
Images of America~Woolaroc
Bartlesville, Oklahoma Founder and Owner of Frank Phillips Petroleum Company built a rustic lodge getaway fro his family in 1925. view product »
Oklahoma Legends
Sample page from inside the book. view product »
Native American Place Names of the United States
From Massachusetts to Alaska and from Miami to Yosemite. view product »
The Indians of Oklahoma
The Indians of Oklahoma is not only well written and widely researched but is a finely crafted book. view product »
Main Street Oklahoma
Price reflected includes 8. view product »
A Pipe for February
At the turn of the 20th century, the Osage Indians were traditional tribal people who owned Oklahoma's most valuable oil reserves. view product »
Indian Tribes of Oklahoma
A comprehehensive and informative history of Oklahoma's numerous tribes. view product »
Way Down Yonder in the Indian Nation
In "Way Down Yonder in the Indian Nation"--a title inspired by the lyrics of Woody Guthrie--best selling author Michael Wallis creates a brilliant tableau of American's heartland. view product »

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