Oklahoma Historic Places Database


Chisholm Trail History Museum

Through artifacts and photographs the Chisholm Trail Historical Museum tells the story of the trail and the people associated with it. In addition, the museum provides a glimpse into the early days of the Waurika community.

First Presbyterian Church

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Added 2002 - #02000175

Fleetwood School

Fleetwood School Built in 1880's on this site just south of the road. This building served as the school and community church for the Methodist and Baptist. The school was closed in 1927 as a high school and the students attended ...

Fleetwood Store and Post Office

Fleetwood Store and Post Office Established by Houston F. Fleetwood The first store was built here in the 1880's, moved by Fleetwood from south of his home site because the cattle of the trail drive caused too much commotion for bus ...

Fleetwood Townsite

Fleetwood Townsite Established in the 1880's by Houston F. Fleetwood who settled her in 1878. He built the first store and post office here. He grubstaked with his aid started many prosperous farmers, ranchers and business men. ...

Jefferson County Courthouse

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, added 1984 #84003065

Monument Hill / Chisholm Trail Lookout Point

Monument Hill Chisholm Trail Lookout Point Hardships tested the mettle of men on the trail. Sever weather at times mad conditions hazardous as well as miserable and there was always the treat of stampedes caused by a bolt of lightni ...

Old Chisholm Trail Crossing Red River / Fleetwood Terral Indian Territory

Old Chisholm Trail Crossing Red River Fleetwood Terral Indian Territory Looking southeast is Red River station in Texas -- the Chisholm Trail entered there and come out in Indian Territory here at the Fleetwood Community. Mill ...

Rock Island Passenger Station

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, added 2002 #02000173

San Bernardo

San Bernardo site in immediate vicinity west 'Oklahoma's oldest town on Red River' the great village of the wichita indians with a french trading post here was named in honor of Gov. Bernardo de Galvez, in 1778 when Oklahoma was a part ...

State Highway 79 Bridge at the Red River

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, added 1996 - #96001518. Significant because of the rarity of the bridge-type, camelback pony truss.

Terral Indian Territory

Terral Indian Territory Founded May 1892 By John Heidelberg Dace Terral Mr. Terral was born August 1st, 1858 in Whitman, Miss. he married Miss Missourie Amanda Dubose in 1876 at Waynesborough, Miss. nine children were born to this u ...

Waurika

This is the only county seat on the 98th Meridian in Oklahoma. Townsite, on west side of line, was in Kiowa-Comanche Reservation opened to settlement on Aug. 6, 1901. Moneka was the post office, established 1895, on east side of line, ...

Welcome to Oklahoma's Chisholm Trail Centennial Corridor-Red River Crossing

Welcome to Oklahoma's Chisholm Trail Centennial Corridor The Corridor, and Oklahoma Centennial Project, marks the Old Chisholm Trail, Cattle Trail as it crosses Oklahoma as indicated on the map to the left. US Highway 81 generally f ...

Jefferson County

Jefferson County, Oklahoma

County Seat: Waurika, OK 73573

Wikipedia: Jefferson County, Oklahoma

National Register of Historic Places for Jefferson County, Oklahoma

Jefferson County was named to honor U.S. Pres. Thomas Jefferson.