The Chronicles of Oklahoma Vol. 80-4 2002
Oklahoma Historical Society
Ensign L. L. Culver: 'You can call me salty now,'' by Brad Agnew, 388-409
'Yakni Achukma, The School with a Soul': A History of the Goodland Indian Orphanage,' by Ruby Wile, 410-435
Joseph Pierre Foucart: Man of Art and Mystery,' by Louis Cozby, 436-445
Bygone Spas: The Rise and Decay of Oklahoma's Radium Water,' by Marjorie Malley, 446-466
''Klanspiracy' or Despotism?: The Rise and Fall of Governor Jack Walton, featuring W. D. McBee,' by Brad L. Duren, 468-485
Pepper Martin: The Wild Horse of the Osage,' by Joe D. Haines, Jr., 486-485.
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.