Russell Kelce, president of Seneca Coal Company, gave 40 acres of strip-mine land to Boy Scout Troop 104 in 1944. Scouts improved the land so well that Kelce added 395 acres later. The Indian Nations Council of Boy Scouts now holds title to 275 . . . — — Map (db m225906) HM
Evans was a coal-mining community with a post office from November 1904 to February of 1911. The Evans School-Church building and a company store served the hamlet, which began as a tent city. Small houses for mining families replaced tents. Evans . . . — — Map (db m225908) HM
Creek Indian school founded by Rev. R. M. Loughridge, Presbyterian Bd Foreign Miss. 1843. Coweta, ancient Creek town in Alabama, re-established in this vicinity by Creeks who arrived Ft. Gibson on steamboat, "Facility," 1828. This was home town . . . — — Map (db m68058) HM
Land of the Free
because of the Brave
[Armed Forces emblems]
You are not forgotten
Rolling Thunder Oklahoma
14 June 2011
Jonathan Paul Barnes
July 26, 2003
James . . . — — Map (db m109863) WM
Texas RoadThe most ancient and important trail through Oklahoma Three Forks at the head of navigation of the Verdigris River the oldest trading post in Oklahoma dating from 1812.
Creek & OsageIndian agencies on the East and West banks of the . . . — — Map (db m52559) HM
Choctaw Indians made hunting expedition from Mississippi to this region, Jan. 1807, led by famous Chief Pushmataha. Camped east on Verdigris River was Joseph Bogy, French trader among Osages, whose armed men engaged Pushmataha's band in battle . . . — — Map (db m73126) HM
The Fountain Baptist Church ¼ mi. S. & 1 mi. E. believed to be the successor to Oklahoma's first Baptist church organized by Rev. Isaac McCoy Sept. 9, 1832 in this vicinity at Ebenezer Station with six charter members: Quasch, Bob, and Ned, . . . — — Map (db m73129) HM
This Creek Indian school was founded by Rev. R.M. Loughridge, Presbyterian Bd. [Board] Foreign Miss. [Missions], 1848. Rev. W.S. Robertson was employed as the supt. Rebuilt by Creeks when destroyed by fire in 1880. Operated until 1907 for . . . — — Map (db m73128) HM
Was trading post in 1829-33, named and conducted by ex-Gov. Sam Houston of Tenn., who was called Colonah (The Raven) by his Cherokee friends. As a celebrity in the Indian Ter., Houston was visited by the American author, Washington Irving who . . . — — Map (db m73125) HM
We enjoy the bountiful wildlife and rich natural resources in Oklahoma because of the many officers who have dedicated their lives to wildlife law enforcement.
Ranger Garrison gave his life, the ultimate sacrifice, while attempting to arrest a . . . — — Map (db m68078) HM
The centennial bench is made of steel, like the people who have made Oklahoma what it is today. The bench is 100 inches long and there will be 100 of them produced. Each bench will come with a certificate of origin and number. The design is by . . . — — Map (db m68087) HM
Honoring Margie Semore and the late Jack Semore.
Margie was Salutatorian of the Wagoner High School Class of '38 and began her career with Wagoner County Abstract, eventually becoming the owner.
Jack was a S/Sgt., in the 142nd Engineer . . . — — Map (db m68089) HM
Became Indian Territory's first incorporated town Jan. 4, 1896 under Mansfield's Digest of the Laws of Arkansas. The citizens (about 2,000) sought to form a city government to provide improvements and the upbuilding of society. Wagoner began . . . — — Map (db m68059) HM
Engraved here in stone and in the hearts of the people forever are those who gave their lives for our freedom.
World War I
Alsup, James ∙ Brown, Frank ∙ Cannon, Walter ∙ Donaghe, Toll ∙ Farr, Cleo, ∙ Finley, . . . — — Map (db m68081) WM