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Mr. Charles N. Haskell

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Background Information

Employment History

Oklahoma Historical Society

Owner

Royal Hotel

Affiliations

Member
Oklahoma Constitutional Convention

Web References (151 Total References)


PAnews.com, Port Arthur, Texas - Constitutional Convention spawns stories

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Ninety-nine years ago when Charles N. Haskell went to Guthrie for the start of the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention the owner of the Royal Hotel told him that all the rooms had been taken by other delegates.

Haskell checked the register and found the names of only five delegates.
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Haskell, who helped the Convention President William H. (Alfalfa Bill) Murray run the show, planned to be the first governor (and was).
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Arguments over county borders and county seats were so vicious that the chairman of the committee involved had to be removed and Haskell took his place.The committee picked up 21 counties from the Oklahoma Territory but had to find the other 54 and name them.
Murray was the only person to have two counties named for him, Murray and Alfalfa.The only other delegates so honored were Haskell, Albert H. Ellis, William C. Hughes, J.S. Latimer, Charles McClain, John C. Major and Clement V. Rogers.
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Haskell said J.H.N. Cobb of Sapulpa was the only Republican to vote for the counties solution.


Local News:Oklahoma Started Statehood With Marriage of Territories

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The news was flashed by telegram to Charles N. Haskell, who received it at 9:20 a.m. and privately took his oath as Oklahoma's first governor in his room at the Royal Hotel in Guthrie.

Bells rang, whistles blew and guns were fired as a crowd estimated at 25,000 to 35,000 people gathered in warm weather at the Carnegie Library in Guthrie for the inauguration ceremony that featured a symbolic "wedding" of Indian and Oklahoma territories.
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Haskell, who delivered his inaugural address.Haskell and state officials then led a mile-long inaugural parade from the library to Island Park for a barbecued wedding feast.
That historical scene will be recalled on Nov. 16, when Gov.
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Frank Frantz, who was appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt as the last governor of Oklahoma Territory, refused to take part in the ceremony or ride in the parade because of campaign attacks by Haskell.
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After taking his oath of office, Haskell signed the official papers already signed by Roosevelt to make Oklahoma the 46th state.


Welcome to NewsOK.com

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The news was flashed by telegram to Charles N. Haskell, who received it at 9:20 a.m. and privately took his oath as Oklahoma's first governor in his room at the Royal Hotel in Guthrie.

Bells rang, whistles blew and guns were fired as a crowd estimated at 25,000 to 35,000 people gathered in warm weather at the Carnegie Library in Guthrie for the inauguration ceremony that featured a symbolic wedding of Indian and Oklahoma territories.
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Guthrie Leader newspaper editor Leslie G. Niblack administered a public oath of office to Haskell, who delivered his inaugural address.
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Haskell and state officials then led a milelong inaugural parade from the library to Island Park for a barbecue wedding feast.
That historical scene will be recalled Nov. 16, when Gov.
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Frank Frantz, who was appointed by Roosevelt as the last governor of Oklahoma Territory, refused to take part in the ceremony or ride in the parade because of campaign attacks by Haskell.
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After taking his oath of office, Haskell signed the official papers already signed by Roosevelt to make Oklahoma the 46th state.


Old Oil Stocks - in progress "A" - American Oil & Gas Historical Society

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Middle States Oil had a convoluted litigation history; its chairman was Charles Haskell, the first Governor of Oklahoma after statehood in 1907.


Among those establishing a financial base ...

aoghs.org [cached]

Among those establishing a financial base at Healdton are Lloyd Noble, Robert Hefner and former Oklahoma governor Charles Haskell.

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