Choctaw Chief's House

Planned by Greenwood LeFlore, the structure was built for the chief of this district of the Choctaw Nation under the provisions of the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek of 1830. Thomas LeFlore, who was elected chief in 1834, was the first resident of the house. It is the oldest surviving structure in Oklahoma.*
On grounds of the old Choctaw Chief's house about two miles northeast of Swink, Choctaw County.*
Exploring Oklahoma History
* Description and directions from Mark of Heritage, by Muriel H. Wright (via Ft. Tours)