I was at OHS today and saw a CD that I believe was put out by Oklahobres. It was by Robert King and had to do with U. S. Marshals 1789-1940 and Deputy U. S. Marshals 1877-1930.
Could someone advise me:
Is this CD still available?
How much does it cost?
Who do I contact about obtaining a copy?
Will it operate on a regular computer (Windows XP)?
Does it require a certain program to read it?
I'm told it contains the information that is in the large binders at OHS. If that is the case, I would much prefer reading it from a CD at my leisure at home rather than using library time to read those notebooks.
Oklahombres has not done a project like that, but it certainly sounds interesting.
Thanks for response. I'll look at the CD again this week and see for sure who put it out. My appreciation.
U. S. Marshals 1789-1940 and Deputy U. S. Marshals 1877-1930.
Did you find if a CD is available for sale on the above? I'm searching for my great-grandfather, William H. Jordon (MO) who lived in I.T. during 1890's - ?. I was told he was a Special Deputy of I.T. --- possible in Love County, OK. I have no proof if this story is true or not. That's the reason I'd like to buy that CD "if" it's for sale.
Thank you for your time.
I have a great grandfather that was suppose to be a deputy U.S. Marshall. I would also like to buy a copy of the CD. Could you please inform me how to get on.
Well after looking at the CD again, I learned it was put out by another organization. Hope it is okay to put their url here. Go to http://www.okolha.net/ for further information.
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