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Grant County Historical Society Museum


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Grant County Historical Society Museum Visit the Grant County Museum to learn about the history and development of the area from the 1893 Cherokee Strip Land Run, farm equipment, and 1890s clothing and cooking equipment.


Hours: Open by Appointment. Closed Holidays - Welcomed, Group Tours
Address: Cherokee and Main
Phone: 580-395-2822
Handicapped Accessible.

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