Oklahoma Centennial Projects Announced

The Genealogy Blog announced two important Oklahoma Centennial Projects recently. The has a long history living in Oklahoma, so we may find some ancestors there.

Those interesting in Oklahoma genealogy will want to know that a new every-name index to Oklahoma’s 72 Land Tract Books, as well as a 77-volume comprehensive index to all the known cemeteries in Oklahoma is now available at the Oklahoma History Research Center.
The Genealogy Blog – Two important Oklahoma Centennial Projects

The two Oklahoma Centennial projects include the Oklahoma Genealogical Society indexing of the Oklahoma Land Tract Books and they are on the floor at the Oklahoma History Research Center and the Oklahoma Home and Community Genealogy Group in Oklahoma City Centennial project which includes comprehensive indexes and photographs of cemeteries in Oklahoma.

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