On West Main Street at North 6th Street, on the right when traveling west on West Main Street.
The “American Doughboy” represents the American Soldier of WWI. He is charging over the top towards the enemy line, carrying full field equipment. He was erected as a memorial to the war veterans “by the people.” He arrived . . . — — Map (db m90793) WM
On West 6th Street (State Highway 56) at South Morton Avenue, on the right when traveling east on West 6th Street.
Erected 1878, Ward Coachman, Principal Chief. Creek Nation organized 1867 under written constitution, and Okmulgee named as capital. Noted Chiefs here included Samuel Checote, Joseph Perryman, Isparhecher, Pleasant Porter. “Okmulgee . . . — — Map (db m76561) HM
On West 6th Street (State Highway 56), on the left when traveling west.
This noted Creek leader, b. 1819, Ala., had attended old Asbury Mission before he came to Ind. Ty. He was a Methodist preacher for 32 years until his death, 1884. He served as Lieut. Col. of First Regt. Creek Mounted Vols., C.S.A., during the Civil . . . — — Map (db m76604) HM