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The Story of an American Community
by Angie Debo, Boughter, Rennard Strickland
- Format: paperback, 272 pages
- Genres: history
- ISBN: 9780806130941 (0806130946)
- Author: Angie Debo, Boughter, Rennard Strickland
- Release date: September 15, 1998
- Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
- Language: english
About The Book
Prairie City is the social history of a representative midwestern town — a composite of several Oklahoma small towns. Beginning with the “one flashing moment” of the 1889 land run, which opened the “Oklahoma Lands” for white settlement, Angie Debo depicts the struggles of the settlers on the vast prairie to build a community despite seasons of drought, prairie fire, and destitution. Solidly based on historical research, Prairie City chronicles the arrival of the railroad, the growth of political parties and educational institutions, KKK uprisings, the oil boom, the Depression and the New Deal, and the effects of two world wars on small-town America.
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