Oklahoma Historic Places Database

Edmond Pickens

Edmond Pickens (Ok-chan-tubby) Site of home and grave 1 mile southeast on Graveyard Bluff. Born 1789, migrated with Chickasaw from Mississippi in 1837. First elected Chickasaw chief in Indian Territory. Pickens County named for him. As ...

Love County

Love County has a rich historical significance to Oklahoma and the nation. Carved from the Louisiana Purchase and acquired from the Choctaw Nation by the Chickasaw Nation, the county was named for the Loves, a prominent Chickasaw family ...

Love County Courthouse

Oklahoma's first county courthouse built after Statehood. The cornerstone of Nelson Georgia marble was laid during Masonic ceremonies on April 29,1910. The building was dedicated on November 24, with Senator J. Clint Graham presiding. T ...

Love County

Love County, Oklahoma

County Seat: Marietta, OK 73448

Wikipedia: Love County, Oklahoma

National Register of Historic Places for Love County, Oklahoma

Love County was named for Judge Overton Love.