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Recommended items are: joining our discussion list, this is via email; Saturday night chat with the State Coordinator and County Coordinators.
Prior to statehood in 1907, few birth/death records were kept by government agencies. The best way to trace your ancestor is through the census records and by research in the county where your ancestor was known to have lived. Another source would be old newspapers, some of which may be on microfilm for that time period at a public library. Check the Oklahoma Department of Libraries to see if an Oklahoma library has an email or web address. County land records are another possible source.
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