Built in 1871, this 5 room house with native timbers and 18"
The Stone Well House was built in the 1840's and is the oldest structure in the city and county. It was used as a water supply at the time for the Cherokee Indian Orphan Asylum.
Relic from oil boom days.
The Santa Fe Trail is thought to be the oldest and longest commercial highway across the Great Plains, from Franklin on the Missouri River east of present Kansas City nearly 800
Step across the threshold of this restored one-room school and see the teacher and scholars in 1910
The homestead house from the Strong City-Kendall area is an original log cabin from the early 1900
In 1889, the parents of the Dalton gang - Adaline Younger Dalton and James Lewis Dalton - planned to move to Oklahoma. Mr. Dalton died on the way, leaving Adaline with three young children to raise:
A more ordinary settler family was that of Samuel and Dorothy Cole. They built this cabin southeast of Hennessey in 1890
In 1997, a one and a half story homestead house was moved to the Windmill Museum and Park. This home typifies the frame structure that an early family would have built once they had moved from their "
On a 160 acre homestead claim of 1902, the "little white house" was built in the early 1920s by Joseph Feerer.
Sandstone structure from city's early days.
Haskell County is rich in history. One of the most infamous female bandits in the Old West brought a lot of attention to this area. Her name is Belle Starr.