Semple. Ties That Bind: The Story of Oklahoma Presbyterian College

Semple. Ties That Bind: The Story of Oklahoma Presbyterian College

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Semple, Ann. Ties That Bind: The Story of Oklahoma Presbyterian College. [Stillwater, OK]: The Author, 1957. First Edition. [2024]

Paperback, 5 1/4 x 8, small stain on the front cover, very light vertical crease to front cover, 104 clean pp., illustrated. Good. Paperback.

Organized in 1894 as Calvin Institute, Oklahoma Presbyterian College was established as an opportunity for Native American students to earn a college education. This is an adaptation of the author's doctoral dissertation prepared for Oklahoma State University.

Anne Ruth Semple (1900-1987), b. at Caddo, Indian Territory [Oklahoma]; d. Durant, Oklahoma, a member of the Choctaw Nation. She graduated from Oklahoma Presbyterian College, received her B. A. degree from Southeastern State College, and her Doctorate from Oklahoma State University. She taught English and History for several years at Oklahoma Presbyterian College, and at the time this book was written was Associate Professor of Education at Southeastern State.