On a late fall afternoon in 1903, a stranger with a new
wagon, fine team and money (something the local people
had little of) arrived at the store in Craig located in the NW/4 of section 24 T19n R10W. He wore nice, but foreign clothes, and spoke . . . — — Map (db m160285) HM
Chief Henry Roman Nose, for whom this park is named, was one of forty-four chiefs of the Southern Cheyenne tribe. He was a council chief from 1897 until his death in 1917. Born in 1856, Roman Nose (Woqini in the Cheyenne language) grew up during . . . — — Map (db m184807) HM
One of Oklahoma's original seven state parks, the vision of Roman Nose State Park was realized through the combined efforts of the Civilian Conservation Corps, the National Park Service, community leaders, and the State of Oklahoma.
Work . . . — — Map (db m185621) HM
The Civilian Conservation Corps begun construction of Roman Nose State Park on September 10, 1935, bringing the vision of the local community to life. While the community gathered the land, the design, supervision, and funding of the project came . . . — — Map (db m185579) HM