406 EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA 73044
405.282.1889
The Spotlight Exhibit is located by the entrance to the museum and changes
every year to explore a different topic or theme. It is available to the public
at all times, with spotlighting and backlit panels making it easy to read even
during an evening stroll around Guthrie. When the exhibits are changed out,
the previous theme is altered to become a traveling exhibit.
SPOTLIGHT EXHIBIT
EXHIBIT SCHEDULE

February 2009-2010
Opportunity Awaits: The African-American Experience
in Territorial Oklahoma

2010 - 2011
Oklahoma: From Promised to Possessed Land

2011 - 2012
Lethal to Ingest: Territorial Medicine

2012 - 2013
Shhhh! Not in Polite Company. Victorian etiquette
and manners
ON THE ROAD EXHIBIT
The Oklahoma Territorial Museum currently offers a traveling exhibit,
"Opportunity Awaits: The African-American Experience in Oklahoma Territory."
This exhibit was made possible by generous donations from the public
and the Oklahoma Humanities Council.

African-American history plays an integral role in the story of Oklahoma. The
exhibit panels are titled: Why Oklahoma, Opportunity Awaits, Opportunities
for Success, Establishing Communities, Local Leaders, and Approaching
Statehood. The exhibit helps to tell the story of this often overlooked part
of our history.

The exhibit consists of 6 framed panels
Size per panel 36" x 48"
Cost of Exhibit: $300.00
Receiving Institution pays for return shipping

"Oklahoma: From Promised to Possessed Land"
will be available in 2011. This exhibit explores
the interaction between the people who came
to settle in the Unassigned Lands and the
physical surroundings.