People from Oklahoma

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  1. Aaron Smith (magician)

    Aaron Smith (magician)

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    Aaron K Smith (writer)


  2. Allison Brown

    Allison Brown

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    American, Model

  3. Amanda Penix

    Amanda Penix

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    Miss Oklahoma Teen USA 1997, Miss Oklahoma USA 2000, 1st runner-up to Miss USA 2010

  4. Anita Hill

    Anita Hill

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    Law professor; witness in Clarence Thomas controversy

  5. Anthony Cox (musician)

    Anthony Cox (musician)

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    Anthony Cox (born 24 October 1954) is an American jazz bass player. He is known for his work with several leading musicians including Geri Allen, Dewey Redman, Dave Douglas, John Scofield, Pat Metheny, Gary Thomas, Marty Ehrlich, Ed Blackwell, Joe Lovano, and Dave King. Cox currently is located in the Twin Cities. He plays mainly in the post-bop, avant-garde, and traditional styles, though he is "versatile enough to work in any style effectively." Cox grew up in Minneapolis and attended college at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Peter Madsen (pianist) wrote that Cox is "open to all kinds of great music from around the world" and that "his bass sound is full of beauty and warmth and his ability to accompany and still add very creative ideas into whatever music he is playing is remarkable. He is equally comfortable playing chord changes with a Stan Getz or Kenny Wheeler or playing open music with a Dewey Redman or Geri Allen."


  6. Anthony Shadid

    Anthony Shadid

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    Journalist

  7. Ashlux/Henry Bennett

    Ashlux/Henry Bennett

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    American, Educator

  8. Aussie Elliott

    Aussie Elliott

    9 views
    American bank robber

  9. Bass Reeves

    Bass Reeves

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    American lawman

  10. Belle Starr

    Belle Starr

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    American outlaw

  11. Ben Golden McCollum

    Ben Golden McCollum

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    Ben Golden McCollum was an outlaw in Oklahoma during the 1920s who was nicknamed the "Sheik of Boynton." McCollum robbed banks in both Prague, Oklahoma (where he got away with US$3400) and Checotah, Oklahoma ($4700) in 1929. He was captured on the streets of Boynton, Oklahoma shortly after the Checotah heist.


  12. Bennett Griffin

    Bennett Griffin

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    American, Military

  13. Berry Johnston

    Berry Johnston

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    American poker player

  14. Bert Casey

    Bert Casey

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    Bert Casey (died 1903) was one of the most violent of the outlaws to operate out of Oklahoma Territory. He and his gang were responsible for several savage murders, including the eleven-year-old son of Dr. Zeno Beenblossum, Deputy U.S. Marshal Luther "Lute" Houston, and Caddo County Sheriff Frank Smith and his deputy, George Beck. One of the most senseless killings attributed to Casey was his judging the range and accuracy his new Winchester rifle by shooting a farmer working in his field some 400 yards (370 m) away. Belonging to Casey's gang at different times were Fred Hudson, Ed Lockett, Joe Mobley, George Moran, Bob Sims, and Pete Williams. James and Ben Hughes (father and son) also participated with the gang; although opinions differed as to whether they were members or employers. However, the Hughes ranch was Casey's hideout. Casey was finally stopped by two of his former gang members (Fred Hudson and Ed Lockett) who were given Deputy U.S. Marshall commissions and promised a pardon if they captured or killed Casey. They killed him. His body remained unclaimed and he was buried in the Boot Hill section of Summit View Cemetery in the territorial capitol of Guthrie.


  15. Bethany Gerber

    Bethany Gerber

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    beauty pageant winner

  16. Betty Noyes

    Betty Noyes

    467 views
    American actress

  17. Bill Doolin

    Bill Doolin

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    William "Bill" Doolin (1858 – August 24, 1896) was an American bandit and founder of the Wild Bunch, an outlaw gang that specialized in robbing banks, trains and stagecoaches in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Kansas during the 1890s.


  18. Bill Keith (Louisiana politician)

    Bill Keith (Louisiana politician)

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    American politician

  19. Bill Majors

    Bill Majors

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  20. Bill Raidler

    Bill Raidler

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    American outlaw

  21. Billy Bowlegs

    Billy Bowlegs

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    Chief Billy Bowlegs or Billy Bolek (Holata Micco, Halpatter-Micco, Halbutta Micco, and Halpuda Mikko in Seminole, meaning "Alligator Chief") (ca. 1810–1859) was a leader of the Seminoles in Florida during the Second and Third Seminole Wars against the United States. One of the last Seminole leaders to resist, he eventually moved to Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma).


  22. Billy Grimes

    Billy Grimes

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    American football player

  23. Billy McGinty (cowboy)

    Billy McGinty (cowboy)

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    William M. "Billy" McGinty (January 1, 1871 – May 21, 1961) was an Oklahoman cowboy.


  24. Black Kettle

    Black Kettle

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    Chief Black Kettle (Cheyenne, Mo'ohtavetoo'o) (born ca. 1803, killed November 27, 1868) was a leader of the Southern Cheyenne after 1854, who led efforts to resist American settlement from Kansas and Colorado territories. He was a peacemaker who accepted treaties to protect his people. He survived the Third Colorado Cavalry's Sand Creek Massacre on the Cheyenne reservation in 1864. He and his wife were among those killed in 1868 at the Battle of Washita River, in a US Army attack on their camp by George Armstrong Custer.


  25. Bob Murphy

    Bob Murphy

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    American sportscaster

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