With the recent discovery of the bodies, the total number of graves in Oaklawn Cemetery’s mass burial site has risen to 28, said Kary Stackelbeck, state archaeologist. Stackelbeck said archaeologists have not eliminated the possibility that some of the graves may be associated with the 1918-19 flu pandemic.
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TULSA (AP) — The search for remains of victims of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre continued for a fourth day on Thursday with no remains found du…
Artifacts provide new evidence the first Americans arrived by following the Pacific Coast. And they point to Japan as a possible origin or influence for the migration.
Jim Barfield is an unlikely source for such claims. He's not a professional archaeologist, or a professor of Biblical history. He is a retired assistant fire marshal from Lawton.