"A Nation in Transition": Gov. Douglas Johnston

Dr. Amanda Cobb-Greetham, Director of Native American Studies, University of Oklahoma

Dr. Amanda Cobb-Greetham, Director of Native American Studies at the University of Oklahoma, discusses this book by Michael Lovegrove, a professor at Rose State College in Oklahoma City. Johnson served as both the elected governor before statehood and the appointed governor after statehood. As a leader, he provided stability and understood the political landscape.

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