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The Indians for Indians radio show was broadcast from OU’s WNAD radio station from 1941 through 1976. Created by Don Whistler, who was chief of the Sac and Fox Tribe, the show was an intertribal forum for Native self-expression. 

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OKSTATE Library Digital Collections logo

Between 1803 and 1925 more than 1,000 political, expedition, geographical, meteorological, and topographical maps of the Oklahoma region were produced. Digitized by the McCasland Foundation.

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Merck Manuals

The Merck Manuals are a comprehensive medical information source covering thousands of topics in all fields of medicine. There are 3 versions available - Professional, Consumer and Veterinary.

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NPMS, National Pipeline Mapping System logo

The National Pipeline Mapping System (NPMS) Public Map Viewer is a web-based mapping application designed to assist the general public with displaying and querying data related to 1)-gas transmission and hazardous liquid pipelines 2)-liquefied nat

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Oklahoma Almanacs

Oklahoma’s official state government blue book has been titled the Oklahoma Almanac since 1993, but it has had a variety of names since its inception in 1909 as the Oklahoma State Manual.

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