- Ada, Oklahoma


Chickasaw Nation	governor inducted into Historians Hall of Fame

Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby, center, is congratulated by Oklahoma Historical Society Board of Directors President Emmy Stidham, left, and Oklahoma Historical Society Executive Director Dr. Bob Blackburn, right, after he was inducted into the Oklahoma Historians Hall of Fame. Gov. Anoatubby was honored at a special gala in Clinton, Okla., last week. He was one of three Oklahomans cited by the society.

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