Monthly Archives: September 2016

Historypin

There is a new (new to me at least) website, Historypin, that allows for historical pictures to be mounted and placed on a map.  I have signed up as myself and am part of the departmental’s account as well.  This … Continue reading

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Early Tulsa, part 3

I’ve been piecing together a map of early Tulsa properties.  This version shows some of the locations of Main Street and the early pre-statehood land.  Interestingly the streets and buildings were on A.T. Hodges allotment before that land was allotted.

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Schütte-Lanz SL 11, revisited

(Edit note:  I have made some edits based on further discussion with Ian Castle.  These will be noted with an asterisk) Last week, I received a comment on my last post about the Schütte-Lanz SL 11, the airship shot down … Continue reading

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Early Tulsa, part 2

As I mentioned recently in this post, I received some copies of pages from the old Tulsa Court Clerks land books.  I decided to share a map of the allotments as presented there, and the oddities there. One of the … Continue reading

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CARLSON v. MONITOR IRON WORKS

(Supreme Court, Appellate Division. Second Department. February 7. Injury To Servant—Defective Machinery—Assumed Risks—Master’s Liability. Decedent bad been employed for ten years In defendant’s foundry, and for eight or nine days In the milling room; his duty being to unload castings … Continue reading

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Early Tulsa

  I was recently sent several blurry pages from the Tulsa County Clerks records (Section 1, Township 19, Range 12)- aka by a researcher who asked not to be identified.  Since I was asked not to share the photos, I … Continue reading

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