The Doris Duke Collection of American Indian Oral History provides access to typescripts of interviews (1967 -1972) conducted with hundreds of Native Americans in Oklahoma regarding the histories and cultures of their respective nations and tribes.
The typescripts are available online. The audio cassette tapes are available to listen to in the Western History Collections reading room, Monnet Hall room 300.
The Indian-Pioneer Papers consists of typescripts of interviews done with Native Americans and with non-Native early settlers to Oklahoma. The interviews were done as a project of the Works Progress Administration during the late 1930s and are about the settlement of Oklahoma and Indian territories and early statehood.
Voices of Oklahoma.com is a privately funded site dedicated to the preservation of the oral history of Oklahoma. Voices and stories of famous Oklahomans and ordinary citizens are captured forever in their own words. Oil and gas, ranching, politics, education and more are all visited in these far-ranging interviews.