Fredrea Gregath Cook
Current as of August 1, 2003
Fredrea Gregath Cook, Wyandotte, Oklahoma, attended Northeastern State Teachers College (currently Northeastern State University), Tahlequah, Oklahoma and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Miami, Oklahoma. A well-known researcher, she is a published author of genealogical and historical material, including college level textbooks. Fredrea has developed and taught genealogical research and writing courses of study at colleges and universities.
Her love of history has provided unique perspective in the family publishing business. Fredrea has been a guiding force of the company since the late 1970’s. In the early 1980’s, she opened the first branch office, the Mid-West Division and coordinated has the physical printing of the entire company’s business ever since.
Mrs. Cook is the third generation in her family to have been involved in both genealogical and historical research, writing, teaching, lecturing, and touring, as well as the printing and publishing industry. Active in many patriotic and lineal organizations, she has organized two different chapters of the Daughters of the American Revolution and a chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy. She has held numerous chapter, district, state and national positions in several organizations. A charter member of the Oklahoma Society of the Continental Society Daughters of Indian Wars, she serves as Oklahoma Deputy Governor and as the editor of the society’s national newsletter. An organizing charter member of the Ottawa County Genealogical Society, she also holds membership in many other genealogical and historical societies.
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