Help


+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the industry developed slowly because of communal land ownership by the Cherokees, the lack of crude oil markets, and lack of reliable transportation.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the Arkansas Band of the Osage Nation settled in the Three Forks area ( the junction of the Arkansas River, Grand River and Verdigris River during the 1760s and established two villages called Pasuga and Pasona in what is now Rogers County.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History & Culture, at the start of the 20th Century, there were eight Archaic sites ( 6000 B. C. to 1 A. D .), sixteen Woodland sites ( 1 A. D. to 1000 A. D .) and six Plains Village sites ( 1000 to 1500 A. D .).

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the area covered by what is now Mayes County has many prehistoric sites.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the name honored at least one of three different people named Kiefer who lived in the area.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the rusted skeleton of the steamer remains where it was grounded.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad built a section house, agent's cottage, a tool house and a depot at the future site of Kildare in 1892, a year before the opening of the Cherokee Outlet to settlers.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the town name honors the Le Flore family, who were prominent in this area.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, the town name may have been chosen because there was another town named Brown, in the same township and range.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

+
According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History & Culture, the most significant businesses in 2000 were: Webco Industries, Sheffield Steel Corporation, Rader Diagnostic Center, Smith-Fibercast, Cust-O-Fab, Piping Companies Incorporated, and Baker Petrolite.

Edit
Promote Demote Fragment Fix

0.008 seconds.