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Fort Sill Indian School

Fort Sill Indian School has witnessed many changes during its more than 100 years in Lawton, Oklahoma. When established in 1871 it served Indian children as a reservation elementary school. It...

Eastern State Hospital

In 1909 plans for the Eastern Hospital for the Insane were adopted by Oklahoma State Legislature. A 160-acre tract of land given to the State by the City of Vinita for the facility and $200,000 were...

Abundant Life Building

“In the yellowed pages of an old newspaper, local officials called the building “one of Tulsa’s finest” and a peek at the “future of our city.” But the future...

Bourne Dairy

At the time of its operation, the Dairy land covered most of the land in the area, including the Cowboy Museum and the Oklahoma City Zoo.  Family Dollar practically share’s it’s back wall...

Chilocco Indian School

WARNING: Chilocco is heavily guarded by 24/7 security. This is not a place for you to get in your car and go visit. This is for your online viewing pleasure only. Because this land is being used by...

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