Welcome to Oklahoma's Prairie Dust Trail!
The legacy of the Midwest is passed down the generations through family traditions and local activities. The historical significance, along with the realities of life on the prairie carry a message of simplified living that can be applied anywhere. Panhandle Pioneers have braved Dust Storms, Tornadoes, Wildfires and more. I'm Dawnita Fogleman. My husband and I are raising the sixth generation of Oklahoma Homesteaders. I help today's pioneer families overcome life's disasters with faith-based principles so they can flex and flourish in homemaking, homeschooling and homesteading. Join us as our family endures and thrives in God's country. At PrairieDustTrail.com, you will find ideas and resources to empower your family to enjoy their blessings through the Dust Storms of life.
Fun Fact: Territory of Cimarron, now the Panhandle of Okla. It was settled in the early 1800s by cattle ranchers, many of them squatters. To protect their claims they attempted, in 1887, to create a separate territorial government at Beaver, Okla. After subsequent efforts toward this end failed in the U.S. Congress, Cimarron became part of the Oklahoma Territory in 1890. ~ Encyclopedia.com