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Located in what was the territorial state capital, Guthrie, the Oklahoma Territorial Museum tells the fascinating story of pioneer determination.  With exhibits about Unassigned Lands, the Land Run of 1889, the homestead experience, territorial and state government, women’s corsets, and old time medicine, this museum presents examples of life in Oklahoma’s early days.
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''[[United States|United States]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Oklahoma]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Logan County, Oklahoma|Logan County]]'' [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]]'''Oklahoma Territorial Museum'''<br><br>
  
Carnegie Library, where the first state governor was sworn in, is the only domed building that Andrew Carnegie paid for. The preserved library building is interesting itself, and it houses the Logan County Genealogical Society holdings.
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Located in what was the territorial capital, Guthrie, the Oklahoma Territorial Museum tells the fascinating story of pioneer determination. With exhibits about Unassigned Lands, the Land Run of 1889, the homestead experience, territorial and state government, women’s corsets, and old time medicine, this museum presents examples of life in Oklahoma’s early days.  
  
From the Oklahoma Territorial Museum website, you can request a [http://www.okterritorialmuseum.org/RESEARCH.html genealogical record search]. The [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~oklcgs/lib.htm Logan County Genealogical Society] requires payment in advance and does not answer phone calls. One set of resources that they employ for this are the many online offerings of the [[Oklahoma Historical Society]].
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Carnegie Library, where the first state governor was sworn in, is the only domed building that Andrew Carnegie paid for. The preserved library building is interesting itself, and it houses the Logan County Genealogical Society holdings.  
  
'''Oklahoma Territorial Museum'''
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From the Oklahoma Territorial Museum website, you can request a [http://www.okterritorialmuseum.org/RESEARCH.html genealogical record search]. The [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~oklcgs/lib.htm Logan County Genealogical Society] requires payment in advance and does not answer phone calls. One set of resources that they employ for this are the many online offerings of the [[Oklahoma Historical Society]].
406 E. Oklahoma
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Guthrie OK, 73044
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'''Oklahoma Territorial Museum''' <br>406 E. Oklahoma <br>Guthrie OK, 73044 <br>Phone: 405.282.1889 <br>Email: guthriecomplex@okhistory.org <br>Website: http://www.okterritorialmuseum.org/index.html
Phone: 405.282.1889
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Email: guthriecomplex@okhistory.org
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[[Category:Oklahoma_Archives_and_Libraries]] [[Category:Logan_County,_Oklahoma]]
Website: http://www.okterritorialmuseum.org/index.html
 

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Located in what was the territorial capital, Guthrie, the Oklahoma Territorial Museum tells the fascinating story of pioneer determination. With exhibits about Unassigned Lands, the Land Run of 1889, the homestead experience, territorial and state government, women’s corsets, and old time medicine, this museum presents examples of life in Oklahoma’s early days.

Carnegie Library, where the first state governor was sworn in, is the only domed building that Andrew Carnegie paid for. The preserved library building is interesting itself, and it houses the Logan County Genealogical Society holdings.

From the Oklahoma Territorial Museum website, you can request a genealogical record search. The Logan County Genealogical Society requires payment in advance and does not answer phone calls. One set of resources that they employ for this are the many online offerings of the Oklahoma Historical Society.

Oklahoma Territorial Museum
406 E. Oklahoma
Guthrie OK, 73044
Phone: 405.282.1889
Email: guthriecomplex@okhistory.org
Website: http://www.okterritorialmuseum.org/index.html