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1 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved

2 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved How did law, order, and growth develop in Oklahoma? C HAPTER 10

3 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved Choctaw Chief Allen Wright Oklahoma Historical Society Where did the name “Oklahoma” originate?

4 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved What was provisional government?

5 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved How did rural life develop?

6 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved What was No Man’s Land?

7 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved What was territorial government?

8 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved Oklahoma’s Territorial Governors Oklahoma Historical Society Who were the territorial governors?

9 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved One-room schools were where children went to learn in rural Oklahoma. A single school might have several grades. Illustration by Charles Banks Wilson How were public schools established?

10 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved The first rural school building in Oklahoma was located 10 miles southwest of Stillwater. Construction was completed on October 15, Oklahoma Historical Society

11 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved What was the Jerome Commission?

12 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved When was the second land run?

13 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved How were Cheyenne-Arapaho lands opened?

14 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved What was territorial government?

15 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved Seven members of an early Oklahoma family, dressed in their finest “Sunday” clothes, were photographed by J. V. Dedrick in 1909 in front of their dugout home. Oklahoma Historical Society What living conditions did settlers face?

16 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved How was the Cherokee Outlet opened for settlement?

17 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved How did opening the Cherokee Outlet differ from other land runs?

18 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved What was the last area to be opened by a land run?

19 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved How were Kiowa-Comanche and Wichita lands opened?

20 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved Map showing Greer County What is unique about Greer County in Oklahoma history?

21 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved What ethnic groups were represented among Oklahoma settlers?

22 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1.Trace the status of “No Man’s Land” from the time that Indian tribes were sent there until statehood. 2.Explain how provisional governments work and why they are not completely effective. 3.Compare and contrast the nine territorial governors and their accomplishments.

23 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 4.How did the Organic Act affect Oklahoma? 5.What is another name for the Public Land Strip and where was it located? 6.How did the settlers in the Public Land Strip protect themselves from outlaws? 7.What are school lands?

24 Copyright © 2013 by ACP, Inc. All Rights Reserved DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 8.Describe the living conditions of homesteaders in Oklahoma Territory. 9.How did the runs for land in the Cherokee Outlet and in the Cheyenne-Arapaho reservation differ from previous land runs? 10.What was the Jerome Act?

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