History of the Lincoln County War
by Maurice G. Fulton
In the annals of western history, the Lincoln County War stands out as a complex and tragic event in which lives were lost, fortunes destroyed, and peaceful citizens transformed into lonely, exiled outlaws. A classic reference work on the era of Billy the Kid, this fast-moving account brings new meaning to the war and to those individuals who became its victims.

Lincoln County (Images of America)
by Glen V. McIntyre
To the east of Oklahoma City, Lincoln County lies in east central Oklahoma with Chandler as its county seat. The county was opened by two land runs: the first on September 22, 1891, and again four years later on May 23, 1895. The land is primarily rolling grass hills covered with stands of blackjack oak and post oak and is part of what is called the Crosstimbers. Images of America: Lincoln County celebrates the different tribes that lived in the area: the Sac and Fox, the Iowa, and the Kickapoo. It also features famous lawman Bill Tilghman, Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe, poet Jennie Harris Oliver, and governors J.B.A. Robertson and Roy J. Turner. Oil came early to Lincoln County and continues to play a large role in the economy. At one time, the county was covered in cotton fields. It is also a center of transportation with several railroads, old Route 66, and the Turner Turnpike, which today is the major road connecting Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

Lincoln County Oklahoma History Book
Indexed, 1572 pgs, 9x12
111 pgs of individual family members (alpha)
Includes: History of Towns and Communities - Rural Cemeteries and Lincoln Co. Cemeteries, Schools, Churches, Military and Lincoln Co. Families

Oklahoma Run by Albert Wilson Constant

Oklahoma Land Run of '91, A Lincoln County Centennial
includes Land Ownership map of Lincoln Co., Oklahoma Territory, copied from an original printed in 1903. Map shows Post Office, School house, Indian Allotment, Railroad, Streams and Owner; 600 marriages by Rev. Cansler; Descendants of First Families of Lincoln Co.

A General History of Prague Oklahoma by William Ray Tower