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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Miami, Oklahoma
Location of Miami, Oklahoma
► Ottawa County (27) ► Craig County (5) ► Delaware County (3) ► Cherokee County, Kansas (83) ► McDonald County, Missouri (1) ► Newton County, Missouri (38)
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| Dedicated to
American Indian War Veterans
by Inter-Tribal Council, Inc.
1976 — — Map (db m41739) HM|
|Hastings has performed in over 50 theatrical productions, including four Broadway musicals, three National Tours and multiple shows at Radio City Music Hall. He choreographed and directed numerous musicals for U.S., European and Japanese theatre, TV . . . — — Map (db m170973) HM|
|Carol Littleton, A.C.E., one of Hollywood's most talented and award-winning film editors, is a 1960 graduate of Miami High School. After graduating with honors from the University of Oklahoma, she completed her master's thesis at the University of . . . — — Map (db m170971) HM|
A renowned artist and teacher, Charles Banks Wilson, began his career as a teenager making posters for the Coleman Theatre shows, where he sketched his now famous painting of Will Rogers live on stage. He became head of the Art Department at . . . — — Map (db m82091) HM|
|Charles Wayne "Tinker" Owens was a multi-sport standout at Miami High School. He played and lettered in football, basketball and track while a Miami Wardog. On the track, he was a state champion in the low and high hurdles, as well as the long jump. . . . — — Map (db m170972) HM|
The Coleman Theatre, built in 1929 as a vaudeville/movie theater palace, has hosted many legendary performers. Never closed, it holds the original Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ that has entertained generations. Programs and acts of all types are . . . — — Map (db m80594) HM|
David Froman discovered his love of theater while simultaneously earning a master's degree from Pittsburg State University. He later received his doctorate from Kansas University and moved to New York City to pursue a career in acting. He was soon . . . — — Map (db m82072) HM|
|A Miami native and MHS graduate of 1976, David Osborne received his B.A. from Oral Roberts University, studied graduate piano and organ at Indiana University and earned his M.A. from Pittsburg State University. A Steinway Artist, he gained the title . . . — — Map (db m170975) HM|
|Nick A. Calcagno, renowned painter, sculptor and author, graduated from St. Bonaventure University, earned M.A. from Seton Hall University and Ph.D. from Western Colorado University. An educator for 39 years, he was a beloved professor at NEO A&M . . . — — Map (db m170977) HM|
|A replica of a sign originally constructed in the 1900's that spanned Central and C Street adjacent to the railroad station. For many years this sign welcomed visitors to downtown Miami. The original sign was removed during the 1930's. Today's . . . — — Map (db m119947) HM|
This building, commonly known as the Hadley Building, was constructed in 1904 within Indian Territory, the same year that the Wright Brothers successfully flew an airplane at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina and three years prior to Oklahoma's admission . . . — — Map (db m81103) HM|
Completed in 1922 as Federal Highway Project No. 8. Running 15.46 miles from Miami to Afton. The only remaining 9' section of original pavement on the old Route 66 system, taken out of service in 1937. A National Register of Historic Places . . . — — Map (db m81131) HM|
To the Soldier Dead
of the Civil War
1861-1865 — — Map (db m35100) HM|
The Clock hanging above this plaque was manufactured by the O. B. McClintock Co. of Minneapolis. It was brought to Miami by the Miami Trust and Savings Bank in 1917. For 59 consecutive years, it hung from the corner of the Professional Building at . . . — — Map (db m81104) HM|
Miami: Since her founding in 1891, a chronicle of labor, optimism, growth.
Indians: From them her name and her place - a proud, enduring heritage.
Agriculture: Crops and cattle nourished her infancy, assured her maturity. . . . — — Map (db m35096) HM|
|Moscelyne Larkin, a Native American, began her dancing career as a small child on the Coleman stage. At the age of fifteen she joined the Original Ballet Russe as a soloist and then a ballerina, touring throughout the world. She and her husband . . . — — Map (db m82088) HM|
Miamians Steve and Cassie Gaines were musicians and singers for the legendary rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. Cassie was an original member of the "Honkettes", the female back-up singers for the band. She helped get her brother, Steve, an audition. . . . — — Map (db m82086) HM|
Top football star, Steve Owens, had a record of 4,000 yards rushing at Miami High School. He went on to star at the University of Oklahoma. At OU he received numerous honors and awards, culminating in the prestigious Heisman Trophy in 1969. Owens . . . — — Map (db m82090) HM|
|During WWII 1941-1945 The Spartan School of Aeronautics British Flying Training School No. Three, was established in Miami, OK to train British Pilots without the risk of enemy interference.
Miami's roster included 2,124 Royal Air Force Cadets . . . — — Map (db m170970) HM|