The Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol. 76-4 1998
Oklahoma Historical Society
'William Box Hancock: Trail Driver and Cattleman,' by Richard H. Hancock, 356-373, 'In the Midst of Adversity: The City, the Governor, and the FERA, Part I,' by William H. Mullins, 374-391, 'An Experiment in Education: The Osage Manual Training School, Views from Letters,' by Barbara Speas Havira, 392-415, 'The Repeal of Prohibition: The End of Oklahoma's Noble Experiment,' by Vincent T. Lyon, 416-435, 'Remembering Stonewall, Pontotoc County, Chickasaw Nation,' by Bill Tinsley, 436-449. The Chronicles of Oklahoma, first issued in 1921 as the official journal of the OHS, is mailed to members and subscribers four times a year. Each issue contains at least five scholarly articles; subjects range from Indians and earliest settlement to railroads and the twentieth century. Each issue is well illustrated with historic photographs offering a visual picture of the past. Also included are book reviews, notes, documents, and minutes of the quarterly meetings of the OHS Board of Directors.