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Historical Markers in Kay County, Oklahoma

 
Clickable Map of Kay 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 Kay County, OK (35) Garfield County, OK (6) Grant County, OK (1) Noble County, OK (4) Osage County, OK (22) Cowley County, KS (8) Sumner County, KS (26)  KayCounty(35) Kay County (35)  GarfieldCounty(6) Garfield County (6)  GrantCounty(1) Grant County (1)  NobleCounty(4) Noble County (4)  OsageCounty(22) Osage County (22)  CowleyCountyKansas(8) Cowley County (8)  SumnerCounty(26) Sumner County (26)
Newkirk is the county seat for Kay County
Adjacent to Kay County, Oklahoma
      Garfield County (6)  
      Grant County (1)  
      Noble County (4)  
      Osage County (22)  
      Cowley County, Kansas (8)  
      Sumner County, Kansas (26)  
 
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1Oklahoma, Kay County, Blackwell — 100 Beautiful Years — Blackwell Oklahoma — Centennial ★ 1893 - 1993 —
2Oklahoma, Kay County, Blackwell — Homesteaders
3Oklahoma, Kay County, Blackwell — Oklahoma Baptist College
4Oklahoma, Kay County, Braman — Braman / Braman Business Leaders 1898 — 1930
5Oklahoma, Kay County, Braman — 33 — Oklahoma War Chief
6Oklahoma, Kay County, Chilocco Indian School — Cherokee Strip
7Oklahoma, Kay County, Chilocco Indian School — 32 — Chilocco Indian School
8Oklahoma, Kay County, Chilocco Indian School — 34 — Oklahoma, The Indian State
9Oklahoma, Kay County, Chilocco Indian School — The Cherokee Strip
10Oklahoma, Kay County, Kaw City — Kaw City, Oklahoma
11Oklahoma, Kay County, Kaw City — The Kenneth W. Brill Building
12Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — African-Americans
13Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Cherokee Allotments
14Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Fire of 1901
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15Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — First National Bank
16Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Kay County Abstract Building
17Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Kay County War Memorial
18Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Land of Hope — 1893 • 1994
19Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Newkirk
20Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Newkirk Kay County Fair
21Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — Oklahoma State Centennial 1907 - 2007
22Oklahoma, Kay County, Newkirk — The Cline Building
23Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — "White House"
24Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — 101 Dairy Barn Vent from Dairy Barn
25Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — 101 Ranch — Old boundary line here
26Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — A John Deer Rowe Plow Seed Planter
27Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — E. W. Marland — 1874 – 1941
28Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — Fellows Outlook
29Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — Lewis Haines (Lew) Wentz — (1872-1949)
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30Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — Native American Involvement ...in the 101 Ranch
31Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — Ponca City Library
32Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — Ponca Military Academy — 1940-1974
33Oklahoma, Kay County, Ponca City — Two Old Potato Plows
34Oklahoma, Kay County, Tonkawa — Camp Tonkawa — Site of German Prisoner of War Camp — World War II — Jan. 1943 – Sept. 1945 —
35Oklahoma, Kay County, Tonkawa — Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce
 
 
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Jan. 27, 2023