Cherokee, Oklahoma

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Sibley Marker


category : Historic Markers
Major George C. Sibley, Indain agent from Fort Osage, Missouri, was the first white man to view the Salt Flats. He led an expedition to the Flats in the summer of 1811.


Address: located 6 miles East of the U.S. Highway 64 and State Highway 11 intersection, North of Cherokee.

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