Members of the Athenaeum Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Knight where, “The Land Where We Belong” was reviewed by Mrs. Browning Hudson.


Members of the Athenaeum Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Knight where, “The Land Where We Belong” was reviewed by Mrs. Browning Hudson.

 

Compiled in 1990, it tells the history of early Oklahoma and includes a list of the Indian tribes, achaeological sites, parks and museums.

 

The tribes, who made this territory their home, left a great heritage which can be found in the many museums throughout the state.

 

This book was compiled by the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department and other organizations to tell the story of the great land of Oklahoma from a territory to a state.

 

The book covers the time from the Spiro Mound people, possibly the Vikings, the early Plains tribes, to the present day. It reminds us of our heritage and the many volunteers who made our museums something of which to be proud.