History of Early Amateur Journalism in Oklahoma


BEFORE THE ADMISSION of Oklahoma as a State, amateur journals were published in Oklahoma Territory in 1905 by Charles K. Cullom in Shawnee called the Eagle, and in Indian Territory by Burt Dearing called Young Blood. Since then little activity has taken place. In 19ll, however, Miss Dora M. Hepner issued a paper in Oklahoma City called the Broken Arrow, and in 1933 Philip Boyle, Jr., of that city, issued the Pioneer Quill.



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