Oklahoma Territorial Museum


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Through artifacts, photographs and paintings, the Oklahoma Territorial Museum tells the story of the determined people who laid the foundation for the future State of Oklahoma. On the museum grounds stands the Carnegie Library, where the first state governor was sworn in. Preserved by the Oklahoma Historical Society, this building as well as the museum, serves as a visible link between Oklahoma's turbulent Territorial Period and the present.


Directions:

406 E. Oklahoma, Guthrie, OK
405 282-1889
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday: 9am - 5pm
Suggested Donation: $2


35.87801, -97.42273
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Statehood - Marriage of Miss Indian Territory & Mr. Cowboy Oklahoma
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Statehood

Created by Frederick A. Olds depicting the symbolic wedding uniting Miss Indian Territory and Mr. Cowboy Oklahoma on Statehood day , November 16, 1907, this "Wedding" symbolized the twin Territories coming into the union as one State.

This plaque is given as an expression of gratitude to the Bi-centennial committee who worked to finance this project and to Frederick A. Olds who generously gave of his time and talent.

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