Creek County

County Seat: Sapulpa, Oklahoma 74066

Creek County was named for the Creek tribe.

 

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Battle of Round Mountain
This first battle of the Civil War in Ind. Ter., begain 6 mi. south, Nov 19, 1861, when Col. D.H. Cooper's Confederate vanguard was repulsed by Little Captain's Warrior's from Opothleyahola's indian allies moving to north of Ark. river to avoid war.
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Creek County Courthouse
Creek County Courthouse. Listed National Register of Historic Places 1985.
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Dr. Harry Haas Home
Sapulpa Historic Preservation Commisssion 10 North Poplar Sapulpa, Oklahoma The home of Dr. Harry R. Haas and his wife Rose. Dr. Harry Haas was the first eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist in Sapulpa. He bought this property in 1923 and had the house build soon safterwards. In ad ...
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Euchee Mission Boarding School
Euchee Mission Boarding School In 1891, the Presbyterian Mission Board began plans to established a school among the Euchee Indians in this area. Much credit for founding the school is due to Samuel Brown, Noah Gregory, Henry Land, and William Sapulpa. Their work influenced the Creek council ...
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Guardian of the Plains
Pride in Sapulpa Project, "Guardian of the Plains" In celebration of the Oklahoma Centennial. Erected by the Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce. Sculptor: Jim Gilmore and Dedicated: November 16, 2007.
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Keystone State Park
Located on beautiful Keystone Lake, this state park offers 22 lake-view cabins with fireplaces, a community center with kitchen, picnic areas, group picnic shelters, 72 RV sites with full hookups, 82 tent campsites, comfort stations with showers, lighted boat ramps, a children's fishing pond, p ...
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Rock Creek Bridge
Route 66 Bridge: This bridge was built in 1921 to server the Ozark Trail. It became part of U.S. Highway 66 in 1926 when the Chicago to Los Angeles route was initiated. The bridge served motorists traveling on U.S. 66 until a new highway was built to the south in 1952.
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Sapulpa
Creek Indian "Chief" Sapulpa had a ranch, blacksmith shop and store here by 1850. Serving in Confed. Army, he was discharged a Lieut., and is buried N. of his old homestead in cemetery owned by Nancy Green Chap, NSDAR, 2 blks. S. Local R R station named in his honor.
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Travis Leon Bench Memorial
In memory of Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper and former Sapulpa police officer Travis Leon Bench. Born Nov. 24, 1955, who was shot and killed in the line of duty on a routien traffic stop at this location on Oct. 5, 1983.