Tag Archive: Oklahoma History

I’ve Got a Ticket for a Train Going to Nowhere

Once upon a time my hometown was quite the town to visit!  Of course, being the home of E.W. Marland, the 10th Governor of the state of Oklahoma makes it a bit more interesting.… Continue reading

Let’s Learn to Fly!

Every year Ponca City has one of the largest, most widely attended Veterans’ Day Parade.  You could say that my hometown loves the veterans and you would be correct.  It isn’t just that… Continue reading

Historic White Eagle, Oklahoma

In Kay County, Oklahoma there is a small town just south of where I grew up called White Eagle.  This town is an unincorporated community and is the headquarters of the Ponca Nation,… Continue reading

It’s Oto-Missouria Encampment Time Again!

It’s encampment time again! If you feel so inclined to watch this lovely video that I put together then you can watch it here.  It’s a bit long, but you will probably learn… Continue reading

Kaw City: The Lake-town of Kay County

A quick look at Kaw City, Oklahoma and some of the history surrounding it.