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Logan County, OK

Logan County , OKLogan County, and five other neighboring counties, were established at the time of the Land Run to the Unassigned Lands, on April 22, 1889. This was the first part of the Oklahoma Indian Territory opened by the government, and the other parts of the state were opened later. This was a period of time when the Capital of Oklahoma was established in Guthrie, Oklahoma, but it was later moved to Oklahoma City. Crescent is located less than 15 miles from Guthrie.

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Frontier Country Historical Society Museum

The Frontier Country Museum and Historical Center preserves and exhibits an outstanding collection of pioneer artifacts from pre-20

Crescent, OK Museums

The Old Santa Fe Depot of Guthrie

The present two-story, red brick Santa Fe station was completed in 1903 and housed passenger service, mail service, "Harvey House Restaurant" (it was one of the original Harvey Houses)

Guthrie, OK Railroad History

Alpha Schoolhouse

The Alpha Schoolhouse was moved to the Frontier Country Historical Society Museum in Crescent, Oklahoma during the autumn of 2005. The community of Alpha was nine miles west and one mile north of Kingfisher. The Post Office opened November 7, 1893 and remained open until December 14, 1903. It'

Crescent, OK Historic Schoolhouses


Melvin B. Tolson Heritage Center

African and African-American history and heritage exhibits, art collection and multimedia resources.

Langston, OK Ethnic Heritage

Indian Meridian Monument

Commemorates surveying of the meridian in 1870; the division line between Oklahoma and Indian territories. Today the reference point for all surveys in the state.

Langston, OK Landmarks

Beulah Land Cemetery

Unique markers and graves of former slaves and city founders.

Langston, OK Cemeteries

Guthrie Historic District

Oklahoma's territorial capital, preserved in Victorian-style splendor with the largest urban district on the National Register of Historic Places. Walking, carriage, and trolley tours. 2 square miles.

Guthrie, OK Historic Districts

Scottish Rite Temple

Among the largest Masonic buildings in the world.

Guthrie, OK Historic Buildings


State Capital Publishing Museum

The State Capital Publishing Museum is located in the historic State Capital Publishing Company building constructed in 1902, one of the first structures in Oklahoma to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Guthrie, OK Museums

Langston Lake

Recreation area; boating, camping, duck hunting, fishing, picnicking.

Langston, OK Recreation

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