Oklahoma Historic Places Database

Carr-Bartles Mill

In 1870, Nelson F. Carr built a gristmill on the Caney River. A few years later, Jacob Bartles bought the mill and added a flour mill. The mills were the first commercial enterprises in what became the city of Bartlesville.

Frank A. Phillips Home

The Frank Phillips Home, located in Bartlesville, is one of 32 sites and museums owned, staffed, and operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society. It was made available to the public in 1973 when Elizabeth Irwin, granddaughter of Frank a ...

May Brothers

May Brothers was established in Bartlesville in 1910 in this building by H. M. May and his five sons: Ben, Max, Harry, Paul and Jacob. It is the oldest retail store in Oklahoma operated continuously by the same family.

Oklahoma's First Commercial Oil Well

OKLAHOMA'S FIRST COMMERCIAL OIL WELL Nellie Johnstone No. 1, first commercial oil well in Indian Territory, completed April 15, 1897, by the Cudahy Oil Co., on the south bank of the Caney River. Site is 3.1 mi. N. W. of this marker. ...

Tom Mix Museum

The museum houses items from Tom Mix's personal collection, providing a glimpse into the life of one of Oklahoma's most colorful figures. Those too young to remember the man and his talent are sure to find his story as fascinating as th ...

Washington County

Washington County, Oklahoma

County Seat: Bartlesville, OK 74006

Wikipedia: Washington County, Oklahoma

National Register of Historic Places for Washington County, Oklahoma

Washington County was named for President George Washington. It is the smallest county in Oklahoma in total area.