“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Beaver County Oklahoma Historical Markers

No Man's Land Marker image, Touch for more information
By Bill Kirchner, March 16, 2016
No Man's Land Marker
Oklahoma (Beaver County), Elmwood — No Man's Land
You Are Now Entering Old No Man's Land Colorado Kansas 37th Parallel Called "No Man's Land" until 1890 Known Then as Beaver County Became the Panhandle of Okla. Statehood 1907 Texas State Line 36° 30" Parallel The . . . — Map (db m93483) HM
Oklahoma (Beaver County), Gate — No Man's Land
You are now entering old ”No Man’s Land” Colorado/Kansas • 37th Parallel Texas State Line • 36° 30’ parallel New Mexico • 103rd Meridian Cherokee Outlet • 100th Meridian Called “No Man’s Land” until 1890 Known then . . . — Map (db m131421) HM
Oklahoma (Beaver County), Turpin — EurekaConsolidated District #12 — 1908 - 1969 —
Eureka was established in 1908 with 18 square miles. The high school was started in 1919 when Center, Lincoln, and one half of Pleasant View were consolidated. In 1923, the Nabisco, Happy Flat, and East Banner districts were added and a new building . . . — Map (db m78816) HM

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May. 27, 2020