The "Old Home Place" abt 1900-1910

The "Old Home Place" abt 1900-1910
Earp Homestead located N. Keokuk Twp., SE 1/4 S6 T15N R6E, Lincoln CO., OK, or 3 miles north and 2 1/2 miles west of Stroud, OK.

The Earp Family Blog


Here you'll find a family parlor for descendants and other kin of William Asbury and Mary Frances (Wright) Earp, who settled near Stroud (Lincoln Co.) Oklahoma Territory in 1892. May it be a resting place along the highway of time for all who pass this way. Come on in--the door's open. Sit down and rest a spell. Let's swap some stories and photographs from the treasure chest of time. Y'all come on in now, hear?


Friday, September 17, 2010

Dougdawg re OK Monument

Hello! Just this morning I ran across a blog that I want you all to read. I have posted the link to make it easy. I was doing some research on the Cherokee Outlet and other land runs and I ran across a reference to this extraordinary sculpture "OK Land Run Monument" by sculptor Paul Moore. It is located on Lincoln Blvd., in Bricktown, Oklahoma City, OK. Check out  Doug's blog for the fascinating story behind this bronze sculpture. Click on the picture to see it enlarged. Click on the title or the link to view the blog.

OK Land Run monument by sculptor Paul Moore

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Gigi. Always great to learn of Oklahoma history bloggers that I'd not known of before even though mine is mostly limited to the Oklahoma City area. Probably, I need to make a page containing such statewide links ... well, there you are, you've inspired me!

    I'm looking forward to having a closer look at what you've done.