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Historic Churches When Medford was first settled as a "tent city" during the historic Land Rush of the Cherokee Outlet, the town company knew that the most important things needed for the growth of their city were stores, a school, and churches. Three churches were estabished simultaneously and the Congregational Church still remains in its original building built in 1894.

The Methodist Church was established in 1893 and the new building was built in 1920.Methodist Church


 

 

 

 

 

 

St. Mary's Catholic ChurchSt. Mary's Catholic Church

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Chisholm Trail Marker

The marker designates the crossing of the Chisholm Trail with a historic monument located south and 1 1/4 mile east of Highway 81.

The Chisholm Trail ... Medford, OK Historical Markers


Historic Churches

When Medford was first settled as a "tent city"

Medford, OK Historic Churches

Grant County Homesteader's Monument

Dedicated to the Pioneers and Homesteaders of the Land Run into the Cherokee Outlet, part of which is Grant County on September 16, 1893. From the pioneers'

Medford, OK Monuments

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.

Medford, OK Museums

Medford Centennial Buildling

The Medford Centennial Buildling lets you view records the City's History from 1893 to present.

Medford, OK Museums

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