Virtual Heritage Stories

Students in this course engage in independent research as a way to engage with the people and places of the past connected to the Black experience in Oklahoma. Both undergraduate and graduate students have written a Virtual Heritage Story about one person of African or Afro-Indigenous descent who found freedom in an otherwise hostile landscape and made an impact on Oklahoma history. Students have selected individuals based on their connection to a historic district, battlefield, or archaeological site within Oklahoma/”Indian” Territory and chosen to highlight their contributions to the larger story of Black heritage in Oklahoma.

Selected Individuals students have chosen to research

Student VHS Projects Have Arrived

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