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Scholastic census reports, 1912-1934

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2000
12 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

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Oklahoma, School Records are available online, click here.

Microfilm of original records at the Atoka County courthouse in Atoka, Oklahoma.

The school districts in Atoka County include No. 1 Wardville, No. 2 Reynolds, No. 3 Chockie, No. 4 Wesley, No. 5 Pleasant Valley, No. 6 Daisy, No. 7 Stringtown, No. 8 Prairie Grove, No. 9 Armstrong, No. 10 Reden, No. 11 Tellico, No. 12 Wilson, No. 13 Standing Rock, No. 14 Valley View, No. 15 Atoka, No. 16 Boggy Depot, No. 17 Ward View and New Hope, No. 18 Plainview, No. 19 Tushka, No. 20 Bethany, No. 21 Harmony, No. 22 Lane, No. 23 Pine Springs, No. 24 Hopewell, No. 25 Voca, No. 26 Caney, No. 27 East and West High Hill, No. 28 West Allison, No. 29 Blackjack, No. 30 Farris, No. 31 Lone Star, No. 32 Liberty, No. 33 Rock Springs, No. 34 Poast Oak, No. 35 Bentley, No. 36 Pleasant Hill, No. 37 Star, No. 38 Maytubby, No. 39 Nix, No. 40 Boggy Bend/Stanley, No. 41 Five Mile, No. 42 Forrest Hill, No. 43 Shady Grove/Tipperary, No. 44 Scott, No. 45 Rock Creek, No. 46 D. O. K., No. 47 Boehler, No. 48 Cleveland, No. 49 Bethel, No. 50 Centerpoint, No. 51 Webster, No. 52 Meyers Chapel, No. 53 Goss, No. 54 Lone Pine, No. 55 Butler, No. 56 Mount Pleasant, No. 57 Allison, No. 58 Midway, No. 59 Crystal, No. 60 Stanley, No. 61 Iron Stob, No. 62 Round Prairie, No. 63 Miller, No. 64 Buckholt.

These records are arranged in order by school district number and then by year. The school census often includes all children between the ages of 5 and 18 who were still living at home. Information about each student given in the census includes name of parent, mailing or street address and name of tribe if they were Indian or freedmen. Includes name, race, sex, age and birth date (month, day, year) of each child and tells whether the child was blind, deaf or mute.

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