Hall of Fame Inductee
Angie Debo: Daughter of the Prairie, I Am Oklahoma Children's Series
Angie Debo was a prolific writer and historian who wrote about the history of Oklahoma, her hometown of Marshall, and American Indians. She was a leading scholar of American Indian history and wrote nine books in total, including her last book, Geronimo, which she finished at the age of 85. She received Oklahoma's highest honor, induction into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, in 1950.
Building Traditions, Educating Generations: UCO
The University of Central Oklahoma has an exciting story to tell, which is documented in the book Building Traditions, Educating Generations. This book includes over thirty vignettes written by UCO students, alumni and staff, as well as an oral history project. The oral history project provides a prism through which to view the collective memory of the institution.