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  • Posted on: Monday, August 04, 2014

    An educational tool intended to teach K-12 students about our nation’s Federal government, history and political structure.

  • Posted on: Friday, August 01, 2014

    Search tens of millions of U.S. and international newspapers whose coverage goes back more than 400 years. 

  • Posted on: Friday, August 01, 2014

    This database contains state, county and city information for all U.S. states and territories. It lists facts and statistics about arts and culture, climate and weather, demographics, flags and seals, government and politics, history, maps, photos, and more.

  • Posted on: Thursday, July 31, 2014

    Explore more than 15,000 years of culture and history with event and topic entries, biographies, images and videos, maps and charts, legends, primary sources, and timeline entries.

  • Posted on: Thursday, July 31, 2014

    Provides access to over 100,000 various types of maps for the U.S., world countries and continents. A to Z Maps Online contains a large number of specialized maps like antique maps, bathymetric and fishing maps, climate change maps, environmental maps, geography and geology maps, Holy Land maps, tree and bird distribution maps, and more. It also contains flags from world countries and international organizations.

  • Posted on: Friday, May 23, 2014

    Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma! (LTAIO) offers more than your average book club. Teens and adults can meet at the Belle Isle Library, 5501 N. Villa, over the course of five months to read and discuss books about Oklahoma in the Dust Bowl Years. The next meeting is on Saturday, May 31 at 2PM.

  • Posted on: Thursday, March 20, 2014

    Most people have heard of Bunker Hill and the role the battle there played in the American Revolution. They’ve heard the expression, “Don’t shoot until you see the whites of their eyes.” But what was Bunker Hill really all about?

  • Posted on: Wednesday, January 22, 2014

    When asked about the truth of the legends of King Arthur, Winston Churchill replied, “It is all true, or it ought to be.”

    Find out how many of the myths are true when the History Book Club meets at Edmond Library to discuss the book “Worlds of Arthur: Facts and Fictions of the Dark Ages” by Guy Halsall. The sessions will be led by Dr. Michael Springer, UCO Associate Professor of History on January 28 at 6:30 p.m. Edmond Library is located at 10 S. Boulevard.

  • Posted on: Monday, November 11, 2013

    Edmond Library’s History Book Club meets on Tuesday, November 19, to discuss Jon S. Blackman’s book “Oklahoma’s Indian New Deal.” The session moderator will be Dr. Kenny Brown, University of Central Oklahoma Professor of History.

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