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22 Oklahoma National Historic Landmarks

Bizzell LibraryPlaque (Norman) - 2/23/2011
A Collegiate Gothic building associated with a desegregation case that was a precedent to Brown V. Board of Education
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Cherokee National CapitolPlaque (Tahlequah) - 5/27/2021
Completed in 1869, it served as the capitol building of the Cherokee Nation from 1869 to 1907, when Oklahoma became a state
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Creek National CapitolPlaque (Okmulgee) - 5/28/2021
This was the capitol of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation from 1878 until 1907, when Oklahoma became a state
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Fort GibsonPlaque (Fort Gibson) - 5/27/2021
This is a military site which guarded the American frontier in Indian Territory from 1824 to 1888, farther west than any other military post in the U.S.
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Fort SillPlaque - 2/23/2011
The only still-active Plains fort built during the Indian Wars
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Fort WashitaPlaque - 2/23/2011
An Indian management fort, left by the Union and occupied by the Confederates
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Guthrie Historic DistrictPlaque (Guthrie) - 2/22/2011
Carnegie Library – a 1902 library, financed by Andrew Carnegie in Second Renaissance Revival style
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Murrell HomePlaque (Park Hill) - 5/27/2021
Built in 1845 it is one of the few buildings to survive in Cherokee lands from the antebellum period between the Trail of Tears relocation of the Cherokee people and the Civil War
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Platt National Park - 5/20/2002
Designated in June 1906, the former Sulphur Springs Reservation was named for the Connecticut Senator that sponsored it
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Washita Battlefield - 5/22/2002
The site of the Southern Cheyenne village of Peace Chief Black Kettle where the Battle of Washita occurred
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