The automobile led to the demise of the interurbans and passenger rail service.
In the late 1890's, Oklahoma integrated it's schools.
False. They segregated.
The gold found in Oklahoma brought prosperity to the territory as well as to those who found it.
False. It was worthless ore.
The leaders of the Five Tribes were opposed to joining Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory into a single state.
Many noncitizens owned land in Indian Territory.
they could live there but they couldn't own land or send their kids to schools
The constitution that was written for the State fo Sequoyah contained a Bill of Rights.
None of the delegates to Oklahoma's first constitutional convention were African Americans.
Prior to Oklahoma's first constitutional convention, both Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory had been divided into counties.
False, Indian territory was not.
Oklahoma's first constitution was shorter than the United States original constitution.
The Republican Party dominated Oklahoma's first statewide election.
Which statement best explains why towns competed to be located on railroad lines?
Railroads brought growth and prosperity.
Oklahoma had a number of railroad centers, including all of the following towns except.
What did Tulsa offer in order to get the Katy Rialroad to go through the town?
a right of way
Interurbans appeared in all of the following cities except.
In the late 1800's Oklahoma's settlers produced all of the following crops except:
In the late 1800's what was one of the first crops that the new settlers in Oklahoma grew?
From what country did the immigrants who introduced red winter wheat to Oklahoma come?
What crop was attacked by the boll weevil?
What act provided for the establishment of schools that gradually replaced subscription schools in the Oklahoma Territory?
In the late 1800's, Oklahomans mined a niumber of minerals, including all of the following except:
On which Indian reservation was gold first found in Oklahoma?
Kiowa, Comanche and Apache
Where was the constitutional convention for the State of Sequoyah held?
Who was the Seminole representative at the constitutional convention for the State of Sequoyah?
The constitution that was drafted under the terms of the Enabling Act had to include all of the following provisions except:
the guarantee of the right to vote to all citizens over 21 years of age
Which Indian tribe had to choose its representatives to Oklahoma's first constitutional convention separately because it had not completed the allotment process?
Into how many counties was Oklahoma divided before it officially became a state?
The progressives, who believed government was best equipped to correct problems in society, supported all of the following positions except:
the direct vote of the people on proposals that affected them
Oklahoma's new state constitution contained all the following provisions except
the election of state senators to six year terms
Governor _______________ appointed J H Lawhead as the first territorial superintendent of schools.
The ________________ was the first gypsum mill in Oklahoma Territory.
Ruby Stucco Mill
Gold was found in the _______________ area of Oklahoma Territory.
another name for the Enabling Act was the ________________.
Hamilton Statehood Bill
Laws that were important in the Oklahoma statehood process included the:
Hamilton Statehood Bill
Served as secretary of the constitutional convention for the State of Sequoyah
Labor leader who served as vice president of Oklahoma's constitutional convention.
Served as the first territorial superintendent of schools.
J. H. Lawhead
Chaired the committee that drafted the constitution for the State of Sequoyah.
William Wirt Hastings
Made the first public announcement of Oklahoma's statehood.