Blacks played key role in Oklahoma’s history

Oklahoma Historical Society’s All-Black Towns Project and other initiatives recognize key roles blacks have played in state history.

BY MAX NICHOLS Published: January 27, 2013
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For more than two centuries, blacks have played a wide variety of major roles in the development of Oklahoma’s history — settling all-black towns, fighting in Civil War battles and developing newspapers, businesses and political and educational leaders, and above all, participating in the extended battle for civil rights.

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