Education

Museums & Historic Sites

The following Oklahoma Historical Society Museums & Historic Sites offer educational programs and activities. For more information on special events contact the sites directly or emailĀ  info@okcivilwar.org.

George Murrell Home, Tahlequah
Civil War Living History, Museum Tours & Programs, Teachers Guide
Fort Gibson Historic Site, Fort Gibson
Civil War Living History, Museum Tours & Programs, Teachers Guide & Hands-On History Kit
Honey Springs Battlefield, Checotah
Civil War Living History, Battlefield Tours
Fort Towson Historic Site , Fort Towson
Civil War Living History, Historic Site Tours
Fort Washita Historic Site, Durant
Civil War Living History, Historic Site Tours
Oklahoma History Center, Oklahoma City
Civil War Living History, Museum Tours & Programs, Civil War Education Trunk, Special Programs

Civil War Coloring Sheets

Explore the Civil War with our new coloring sheets! Click on the images below to download a printable PDF.

Creative Writing Contest

A Civil War Perspective: The Civil War in Indian Territory

Congratulations Winners!

Thank you to everyone who participated in this contest; the winning entries showed true writing skill. Click on the names of the stories below to read the winning entries. Winners will receive prizes by mail.

First Place: Hank Fitzgerald, Age 14, Minco
A Texas Cavalryman at Honey Springs

Second Place: Lindsey Pearce, Age 14, Claremore
For John and Liberty

Third Place: Tarah Satterfield, Age 17, McCurtain
My Name is Qaletqa