Oklahoma Historic Places Database


Battle of the J.R. Williams

Site of the civil war naval battle. Confederate Indian forces, led by Cherokee Brig. Gen. Stand Watie, forced aground and captured Union Steamboat J. R. Williams with cargo valued at $120,000 on June 15, 1864. Southern troops included ...

Cotton Storage House

The Kinta cotton house is one of the few remaining examples of the octagonal gin buildings constructed during the heyday of the cotton industry in Oklahoma. Listed in the National Register of Historical Places in 1980 #80003263.

Haskell County Courthouse

Listed in the National Register of Historical Places

Kinta High School

Listed in the National Register of Historical Places

McCurtain, Edmund, House

Listed in the National Register of Historical Places

McCurtain, Green, House

Listed in the National Register of Historical Places

Mule Creek Site

Listed in the National Register of Historical Places

Otter Creek Archeological Site

Listed in the National Register of Historical Places

Scott Store

Listed in the National Register of Historical Places

Stigler School Gymnasium - Auditorium

The Stigler school gymnasium / auditorium is a single story stone building constructed as a WPA project in 1936. Construction provided employment for unskilled workers in the area, particularly unemployed coal miners. Besides providing ...

Tamaha Jail & Ferry Landings

One of earliest port towns and trading centers in Choctaw Nation, I.T. Chotaws brought from Mississippi up Arkansas River to Tamaha on steamboats as early as 1831. Tamaha developed as port and ferry crossing around 1836. Post office bui ...

Haskell County

Haskell County, Oklahoma

County Seat: Stigler, OK 74462

Wikipedia: Haskell County, Oklahoma

National Register of Historic Places for Haskell County, Oklahoma

Haskell County was named in honor of Charles N. Haskell, who was the first governor of Oklahoma.