Peter Conser Home


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Born in the Choctaw Nation in the 1850s, Peter Conser was a long-time law-enforcement official among the Choctaws, serving as a deputy sheriff, sheriff and leader of the Choctaw Lighthorsemen. He wa also elected a senator in the Choctaw Legislature. Conser and the men who served under his direction did much to ensure peace among the Indians. His home has been restored to illustrate life as it was in the Choctaw National before statehood. *


Directions:

47114 Conser Creek Rd., Heavener, Oklahoma / Four miles south and three and one-half miles west of Heavener, LeFlore County. *


34.841163, -94.692264
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* Text and directions from Mark of Heritage, by Muriel H. Wright, via forttours.com

National Register of Historic Places
Conser, Peter, House ** (added 1971 - Building - #71000665)
3.5 mi. W of Hodgens, Hodgens
  • Historic Significance: Person, Event
  • Historic Person: Conser,Peter
  • Significant Year: 1894
  • Area of Significance: Social History, Native American, Law
  • Period of Significance: 1875-1899
  • Owner: Local Gov't
  • Historic Function: Domestic
  • Historic Sub-function: Single Dwelling
  • Current Function: Recreation And Culture
  • Current Sub-function: Museum

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