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Why It Matters: Talks on the American Past featuring Justin Prince

Brian Hosmer talks with Justin Prince, author of "Million Dollar Barrage: American Field Artillery in the Great War."

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Ornamental Grass Series: Natives

The Great Plains is a huge expanse of land that stretches from across North America and into Canada, and the state of Oklahoma is a part of those beautiful Plains! We continue our series on…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4705 (08/01/20)

Segment 1 (1:20) In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges reminds us that gardening is year round and is getting the fall vegetable garden ready by removing plants in the summer that…

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The Great War & Its Legacy: Celebrating the Armistice

The Oklahoma State University Library honors the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that ended the Great War with poetry and music of the World War I era presented by Dr. Randi Eldevik and Dr. Perry…

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The Great War and Its Legacy: Plowshares and Pruning Hooks: Oklahoma A&M College and the Great War

David Peters, Head of the Archives at the Oklahoma State University Library, presents "Plowshares and Pruning Hooks: Oklahoma A&M College and the Great War."

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The Great War and Its Legacy: Spain from the Great War to the Spanish Civil War

On August 7, 1914, the government of King Alfonso XIII of Spain proclaimed: “Existing, unfortunately, a state of war between Austria, Hungary and Serbia, the Government of His Majesty believes…

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "A Great Humanitarian Adventure: The American Red Cross and U.S. Foreign Relations During the First World War Era."

Dr. Julia Irwin presents “A Great Humanitarian Adventure: The American Red Cross and U.S. Foreign Relations During the First World War Era.” Find other Great War and Its Legacy lectures…

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "Chilocco Goes to War"

Dr. Mary Jane Warde examines the "Chilocco boys" from the Chilocco Indian Agricultural School who served in the Great War.

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "They Did Their Bit. War Animals and the Great War" with Dr. Chelsea Medlock

For many, the First World War is the epitome of industrialized and total warfare; however, the war itself relied heavily on the employment of war animals. Find other Great War and Its Legacy…

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "They are fighting for humanity. Native American People at Home and Abroad in World War I."

Dr. Douglas K. Miller, professor of history at Oklahoma State University, presents "They are fighting for humanity. Native American People at Home and Abroad in World War I."

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "Technological Innovations and the Making of the Great War" by Dr. Justin Prince

Dr. Justin Prince speaks about the technological innovations made during the Great War.

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "Askaris, the Ghost General and the Camouflage Zebra" by Dr. Matthew Schauer

Dr. Matthew Schauer, assistant professor of History at Oklahoma State University, presents "Askaris, the Ghost General and the Camouflage Zebras."

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The Great War and Its Legacy: Dr. John Kinder

Dr. John Kinder, associate professor of History and American Studies at Oklahoma State University, presents "Healing the Nation's Wounds: The Great War, Medicine and America's Disabled…

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The Great War and Its Legacy: Dr. Thomas Carlson

From "The Great War and its Legacy, 1914 - 1918" series, Dr. Thomas Carlson speaks about "The Great Game, the Great War, and the Mess of the Modern Middle East."

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The Great War and Its Legacy: Dr. John Dobson

From "The Great War and its Legacy, 1914 - 1918" series, Dr. John Dobson speaks about the United States entry into World War I.

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ARCHIVES: Impact of the Great Depression on Students During the 1930s

Russell Pierson enrolled at Oklahoma A&M College in 1929. While he was active in athletics, making the varsity track and cross country teams, Pierson was also involved with the Aggie Society and…

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