Genealogy Research in the Sooner State
Sponsored by PLD
Genealogy research in Oklahoma is both challenging and rewarding. Useful genealogical data and information can be found in many of her records. Following a brief historical overview, we will discuss basic records, where they can be found, how to use them, and tips on assisting family history researchers with their questions. Explore Oklahoma's cultural heritage and discover the unique records available to researchers in the Sooner state.
Discuss basic genealogical records in Oklahoma, where they are located and how to use them.
Kathy Huber has been the genealogy librarian for the Tulsa City-County Library for over 20 years. She manages the Genealogy Center and is responsible for collection development, programming, and community outreach. She holds a B.A. in Piano Pedagogy and a Master's in Library Science from the University of North Texas. She is a member of OLA, TLA, the Daughters of the American Revolution, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and the Colonial Dames of the Seventeenth Century. She is on the board of the Friends of the Oklahoma Historical Society and the Tulsa executive committee for the Oklahoma Honor Flights.