Thinkographs by Kay E See

The Cheyenne Star, July 5, 1973 – Northwest of Cheyenne is a small portion of Roger Mills set apart from the rest of the county by natural boundaries. It is bounded on the west, north and east by the South Canadian River and on the south by the Antelope Hills. This is the Snaky Bend Country, which, although small in area is one of the most prosperous sections of the county.This is where the writer of this column (Klina Cassidy) began her career as a teacher in the yar Oklahoma became a state. Although I grew up in the Durham…

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