The Chandler Phillips 66 station is typical of the type "B" cottage-style built by Philips Petroleum 1927 through 1938.
Recognized by Hampton Hotels Save-a-Landmark program as a site worth seeing — — Map (db m189193) HM
World War I Allison O. Alford ∙ Denzil Alzey ∙ Arthur J. Armitage ∙ Ledder Baker ∙ Merl Bishop ∙ Charles S. Bouse ∙ Dick Bradbury ∙ Dick Brown ∙ Joseph Brown ∙ Archie E. Bryant ∙ . . . — — Map (db m41769) WM
This building has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the Department of the Interior. In 1989 it was purchased and presented to the Lincoln County Historical Society and the Museum of Pioneer History by:
Ola Armstrong . . . — — Map (db m41752) HM
Bill Tilghman was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa, but soon moved to Atchison, Kansas. As a young man he was a buffalo hunter and scout for the U.S. Army. His skill as a marksman brought him into law enforcement as marshal of Dodge City, Kansas. He was . . . — — Map (db m193162) HM
Established Immediately After
Sept. 22, 1891 Land Run
Rural Trading Crossroads and
Stagecoach Stop 4 Miles
South of Present Location
Davenport Post Office
Established March 29, 1892
Nettie Davenport, First . . . — — Map (db m41777) HM
James Francis Thorpe, Sac and Fox Indian name of Wa-Tho-Huck, "Bright Path". Born May 22, 1887, south of present-day Prague. Attended Haskell Indian School, Kansas and Carlisle Institute, Pennsylvania where he excelled in football and track. . . . — — Map (db m192980) HM
The Redbud is the state tree of Oklahoma. The Redbud trees located here and at other locations along the Turnpike have been placed in memory of the innocent victims of the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City.
The . . . — — Map (db m59945) HM
Established 1869 on reservation of Sac and Fox Indians who were moved here from Kansas. Reservation land allotted tribal members and surplus opened to White settlement in 1891. Noted members of the tribe include Chief Moses Keokuk, Dr. William . . . — — Map (db m41860) HM
"In the shadow of liberty there are many benefits and freedoms for us all. But, they are protected at a cost of great personal tragedy."
In Honor of Those Who
Served the United States of
America in War and Peace.
Since the first men left . . . — — Map (db m41885) HM
Oklahoma Highway Patrol
Trooper Osborn was killed on July 13, 1978 after stopping to investigate an abandoned vehicle on the Turner Turnpike. He was struck and killed by an out-of-control semi-trailer rig loaded with . . . — — Map (db m59940) HM
Oklahoma Highway Patrol
Trooper Crabtee was killed on April 4, 1977 by a single shotgun blast fired by a sixteen year-old driver at Mile Fifty Eight. Trooper Crabtee had stopped the driver for illegally entering the . . . — — Map (db m59942) HM