NORMAN , acity and township (coextensive) and the
See also:county-seat of
See also:Cleveland county, Oklahoma, U.S.A., about 2 M . N. of the
See also:river, and 18 m . S. by E. of Oklahoma City . Pop . (189o) 787; (1900) 2225; (1910) 3724 . It is served by the
See also:Topeka &
See also:Santa Fe railway . It is the seat of the university of Oklahoma (chartered, 1892; opened 1894; coeducational), which includes a
See also:college of arts and sciences,
See also:schools of applied science,
See also:pharmacy, mines and
See also:fine arts, and a preparatory school, and in 1908 had 56 instructors and 790 students . The Oklahoma Insane
See also:Asylum is in the city .
See also:Cotton-seed oil,
See also:flour and ice are manufactured, and the neighbouring region produces much cotton,
See also:Indian corn, oats,
See also:alfalfa and wheat . Hogs,
See also:cattle and
See also:sheep are raised . The first settlement here was made in 1889, and Norman was chartered as a city in 1902 .
NORITONTAL AAGIC RVLR
SIR HENRY WYLIE NORMAN (1826-1904)
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