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Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest 4 StumbleUpon Tumblr Oklahoma City is a vibrant metropolis in the southwest United States, and the capital of Oklahoma. It gained fame in 1995 as the site of the worst act of domestic terrorism in America until September 11, 2001. The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is a tribute to …
Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma Land Run Monument
Oklahoma Land Run Monument The Oklahoma Land Run Monument is a series of giant bronze sculptures which depicts the Land Run of April 22nd, 1889 that opened Oklahoma, Indian Territory up to homesteading by settlers. The monument, which sits on the banks of the Bricktown Canal in Oklahoma City, depicts dozens of horses, wagons, soldiers, and cowboys in a race to settle the newly opened lands.
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OKLAHOMA CITY / CHURCHES / CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH / HISTORIC CHURCHES: "Construction of Calvary Baptist Church, 300 N Walnut, began in 1921. A late member of the Calvary congregation, Russell Benton Bingham, designed the structure. Low arches, stained glass and symbolic representation of the word 'Calvary' on a window's mullions and rails characterize the building. The church is considered the only one in the region designed and built for and by blacks. It is one of nearly 30 Oklahoma City sit…