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Historical Markers in Jefferson County, Oklahoma

 
Clickable Map of Jefferson County, Oklahoma and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Jefferson County, OK (5) Carter County, OK (15) Cotton County, OK (1) Love County, OK (4) Stephens County, OK (15) Clay County, TX (4) Montague County, TX (23)  JeffersonCounty(5) Jefferson County (5)  CarterCounty(15) Carter County (15)  CottonCounty(1) Cotton County (1)  LoveCounty(4) Love County (4)  StephensCounty(15) Stephens County (15)  ClayCountyTexas(4) Clay County (4)  MontagueCounty(23) Montague County (23)
Waurika is the county seat for Jefferson County
Adjacent to Jefferson County, Oklahoma
      Carter County (15)  
      Cotton County (1)  
      Love County (4)  
      Stephens County (15)  
      Clay County, Texas (4)  
      Montague County, Texas (23)  
 
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1Oklahoma, Jefferson County, Addington — Addington Oil Fire MemorialUSAF Fire Protection
In recognition of heroism involving voluntary risk of life as firefighters with the 82d Civil Engineering Squadron, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, on 11 June 1995. Mr. Richard A. Hogan and A1C Christopher M. Rezac with complete disregard for . . . Map (db m142274) HM
2Oklahoma, Jefferson County, Addington — Chisholm Trail Lookout Point
Chisholm Trail Lookout Point This site was given by Henry and Blanche Price in honor of the Pickens County Cowpunchers Association and all other cowboys and pioneers that used this trail Replaced March 2007 Oklahoma Centennial . . . Map (db m142229) HM
3Oklahoma, Jefferson County, Hastings — Southwest Baptist CollegeHastings, Oklahoma
Opened October 28, 1907, under auspices of Comanche and Mullins Baptist Associations Ownership passed to Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma, 1910. Moved to Mangum, 1912, Closed 1915.Map (db m119790) HM
4Oklahoma, Jefferson County, Ryan — Sunnyside High School
Closed 1929 Commissioner Bill Griffin 1990Map (db m57578) HM
5Oklahoma, Jefferson County, Waurika — WaurikaOn 98th Meridian, West Long.
This is the only county seat on the 98th Meridian in Oklahoma. Townsite, west side of line, was in Kiowa-Comanche Reservation opened to settlement on Aug. 6. 1901. Moneka was the post office, established 1895, on east side of line, in Pickens Co., . . . Map (db m181531) HM
 
 
 
 
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Feb. 5, 2023