Each day, new full text collections of historical materials are added to the Web. Google Books is the most obvious example of this effort. More quietly, wonderful work is being done all over the country by librarians who have deep resources to mine for content. A few links that provide resources useful to the study of Oklahoma history:
This was created to commemorate the Oklahoma statehood centennial. The content includes signed articles covering all aspects of Oklahoma history. Each article contains a very useful bibliography.
Oklahoma Digital Prairie contains the digital work of ODL.
One Hundred Years of Oklahoma Governors includes entries for all governors since 1907. This collection includes a biography, text of their State of the Union addresses, and finding aids to the materials in the ODL archives
Tulsa Race Riot includes letters, statements, arrest reports, affidavits, etc.
The first 40 volumes which covers 1923 to 1962 transcribed or digitized . Tables of contents for vols. 41-80 (1963-2002) are also available. Published in cooperation with the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The official state magazine of the Oklahoma Dept. of tourism. Contents cover 1965 through November 2007 (as of Sept. 2008).
These two collections and others can be cross-searched at the OSU Electronic Publishing Center website. Among the other resources there which would be included in such a search are: Kappler Indian Affiars: Laws and Treaties and Indian Claims Commission Decisions. The latter was produced in cooperation with the University of Tulsa School of Law.
The library "collects, organized and preserves materials on the history of the area. The materials are available in the Oklahoma Room of the Central Library. The library is making the material available online also in their digital archives.