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In Part Two of this 1992 interview with Lucinda Johnson, she talks about her children, her husbands and Tom Slick.

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In this 1992 interview, Lucinda Johnson talks about her family, where she was born and grew up, how Bristow got its name, attending school, stagecoaches, Bristow stores and farming.

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In this continued 1993 interview with Howard Fugate, he talks more in depth about all the different oil field items, among other things, that he hauled with his wagon team.

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In this 1993 interview with Howard Fugate, he talks about using wagon teams to haul boilers, oil men, living in Bristow, his children, livery stables, attending school, cotton gins and the drugstores in town.

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In this 1992 interview, Reverend Percy Mayes talks about God’s call on his life to be in ministry, establishing the Duffey Chapel and businesses that were near his church.

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Reverend Mayes talks about his brother being a doctor and about all his children and their families.

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Lafayette Johnson (1936-2002) discusses his early life on a farm east of Bristow, chores, trips to town, social life as a young man, Jim Crow laws, dress fashions, and family disasters and events.

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Etta Feild Caves discusses her move to Oklahoma from Mississippi at age 10, early Bristow days, her family, school, church, early transportation and her community involvement.

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In this 1979 interview with Herbert Abraham, he talks in depth about the Lebanese community and his father, Joe Abraham, and his life and contribution to Bristow's history. He also recalls his childhood growing up in Bristow, the Ku Klux Klan,…

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In this 1979 interview with Wendell List, he talks about the Tulsa Race Riots, the first radio station, the first newspapers, politics and race relations in Bristow.
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