On Ranch Road (State Highway 156) 0.3 miles north of West 8th Street, on the left when traveling south.
Due to its unique stone monument, constructed in 1926 by the 101 Ranch and the Oklahoma Historical Society, this National Historic Landmark is known as Monument Hill. The reconstructed monument was dedicated in 1927 to Ponca Tribal Chief White . . . — — Map (db m188250) HM
On Main Street (State Highway 156) 0.2 miles north of West 8th Street, on the right when traveling south.
Named for its cattle brand "101", this ranch was begun by Col. Geo. W. Miller on his claim at the opening of the Cherokee Strip, Sept. 16, 1893. Operated by sons George, Joe and Zach Miller, the ranch covered 100,000 a. by 1926, world famous for its . . . — — Map (db m181522) HM
On County Road 220 at U.S. 177, on the right when traveling west on County Road 220.
The Otoes were prairie-dwellers and
Hunters. They migrated from the Lake
Michigan area to Iowa then to Nebraska
in 1700. The Missouria merged with the
Otoe Tribe in 1798. Removal to Indian
Territory (Oklahoma) began October 5
with arrival at . . . — — Map (db m200073) HM