With 7 billion genealogical records from across the globe and millions of family trees, this is the world’s largest online family history resource.
This resource can only be accessed in the library.
Bibliography of Indigenous Peoples in North America (BIPNA) is a bibliographic database covering all aspects of Indigenous culture, history, and life in North America.
Access historical military records, including stories, photos, and personal documents, using fold3 for free with your library card.
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Revolutionary War, Civil War, and US Congressional Serial Set, US Census reports, birth, death, and marriage records.
Covers 21 states and over 9 million records, including original landowners, antique maps and atlases. This resource can only be accessed in the library.
A collection of digitized newspapers from Oklahoma, the United States, and countries around the world, dating from 1607 to the present. At home? Log in here with your library card number and create your free account.
More than 100 years of history, including documents, photographs, newspapers, reports, pamphlets, posters, maps, high school yearbooks up to the 90s, and audio/visual content.
Archives of articles from the Daily Oklahoman (1981 to present)
Website offers historical newspaper articles, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence and more from specific time periods in U.S. history marked by the opposition African Americans have faced on the road to freedom.
Historical archives of the Chicago Defender, Nashville Tennessean and The New York Times.
Digitized letters, papers, photographs, scrapbooks, diaries and more primary sources. At home? Log in here with your library card number.
The Oklahoma Historical Society has created a video full of tips and tricks to search for photographs, newspapers, maps, documents, books, and other resources on The Gateway. You can view the video here.
Dedicated to the preservation of the oral history of Oklahoma, voices and stories of famous Oklahomans and ordinary citizens are captured forever in their own words in these far-ranging interviews.