FREE OK (Oklahoma) History Questions and Answers

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What did "The Black Dispatch" publisher Roscoe Dunjee push shoemaker William Floyd to do?

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Explanation:
To test the law that stated it was against the rules for anyone to move onto a block where people of a different race occupied more than 75% of the buildings, he advised him to buy a home in a white neighborhood and try to move in. He attempted to move in four times, but he was apprehended and imprisoned each time. Every time, Dunjee paid the bond and urged him to give it another shot. Ultimately, the matter was brought before a federal judge, who found that Floyd had the right to enter his land and that the ordinance was unconstitutional.

The First Regiment of New Mexico Cavalry Volunteers under Kit Carson helped build Fort Nichols in the Oklahoma Panhandle. What position did he have?

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Explanation:
His real name was Christopher.

What year was the first session of the legislature of the Oklahoma Territory?

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Explanation:
They established a public health program and controlled how people practiced medicine, dentistry, and pharmacy.

The Apache Indians ate pemmican as food. Describe pemmican.

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Explanation:
Hominy is the name for lye-treated grain.

How many regions are there in Oklahoma?

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Explanation:
Gypsum Hills, Sandstone Hills, the Ouachita Mountains, the Ozark Plateau, the Red Bed Plains, the Red River Plains, the Wichita Mountains, the Arbuckle Mountains, and the High Plains are among them.

Sequoyah developed the Cherokee written syllabary. What other name did he go by?

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Explanation:
He was also known as George Guess.

When did the gun go off in Arkansas City for the Cherokee Outlet land run?

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Explanation:
There was no stopping the crowd. Though only by five minutes, the pistol at Hennessey also went off early.

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