Freeman Edwin Miller (1864-1951) was an American author and poet.
He was a professor of English at Oklahoma Agricultural and
Mechanical College from 1894 to 1898. Many of his works revolves
around life in Oklahoma. His works include: Oklahoma and Other
Poems (1895), Songs from the South-West Country (1898), Oklahoma
Sunshine (1905) and Oklahoma: An Ode (1915). "Oklahoma! Oklahoma!
Land, O, land of the Fair God, Land where ancient, savage races
Through barbarian ages trod! Through thy story fancy traces Facts
above what fictions say, Where the world with haste advances, -
Born are nations in a day! Where the wigwam stood so lonely, Lordly
cities rise in might; Where spread desert wildness only, "
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