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Founder’s Day, Erin Springs, Oklahoma, May 4, 2019

At Founder’s Day festivities on May 4, 2019, Teresa Moore told stories to a group gathered on the front porch of the Murray-Lindsay Mansion, Frank and Alzira Murray’s old home in Erin Springs, Oklahoma. The mansion was completed in 1881 along the old Fort Cobb Trail, a road blazed by the US military in 1859.

The Murray home was completed around 1881.

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The Mansion was remodeled after 1900

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View of the rear of the Mansion

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Listening to old stories on the Mansion porch

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The Mansion's study

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The Mansion dining room

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Mansion kitchen

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Kitchen stove

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Stairwell to the second and third floors

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Stick horses outside the Mansion

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Discussing area history

Founder's Day, Erin Springs, 2019

Telling tales of Erin Springs

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The Story of Robert Lee Irwin
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The 1890 Indian Territory Census
Two Versions of a Killing
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