The lasting legacy of Oklahoma State’s Earl Mitchell

June 9, 2021

Story provided by OSU News Helping students — particularly minority students — pursue their aspirations for careers in the sciences and related fields was a passion of longtime Oklahoma State University professor Dr. Earl Mitchell. […]

OSU students create website focusing on the women of Tulsa’s Black Wall Street

June 2, 2021

Story provided by OSU News Oklahoma is marking the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre that destroyed one of America’s most affluent Black communities, the Greenwood District. While many Americans are just now learning […]

Family Archives Preserve History for Everyone

October 7, 2020

Story provided by Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar The Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar preserves and protects numerous objects, letters, photographs, and documents safekeeping Stillwater’s memories for future generations. These rich-in-history items are […]

Stillwater Teacher Selected for National History Day Summer Webinar Series

September 9, 2020

Story provided by National History Day Ms. Jennifer Eckel, a teacher at Stillwater Junior High School in Stillwater, Oklahoma, is one of only 98 teachers selected for a National History Day® (NHD) summer professional development […]

Community Collections Collaborations

September 7, 2020

Story by Amelia Chamberlain, Director Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar What do you do when your mission overlaps with other Stillwater institutions? Why, you collaborate, of course! There are at least three Stillwater organizations […]

The League of Women Voters and the 100-year Anniversary of the 19th Amendment

August 13, 2020

Story by Lindsey Ettinger, Stillwater History Museum at the Sheerar Intern  The League of Women Voters was officially founded in Chicago in February 1920, just six months before the 19th amendment was ratified and women […]

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