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Wagoner was the first incorporated city in Indian Territory, as well as the first to establish a public school and a waterworks system. By 1895, the young town had numerous permanent buildings and several of these buildings still remain.

S.S.Cobb BuildingBuilt in 1895, the S.S. Cobb Building still stands as the centerpiece of Wagoner's Downtown area. It now houses the American Bank. It is interesting to note the dating at the top of the corner tower of this building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as it reads "1895 I.T. (Indian Territory). Wagoner was not incorporated until 1896.

The Wagoner Development Commission Building is so large is seems it could house the whole early-century city in one building!


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Attractions and Upcoming Events

Park of the Five Civilized Tribes

Sequoyah Bay State Park is located within an oak-hickory woodland of eastern Oklahoma on the shores of Fort Gibson Reservoir. The Park strives to honor the cultures of the Five Civilized Tribes, as well as the memory of those who traveled the many "Trails of Tears."

Wagoner, OK Ethnic Heritage

Carnegie Library

The Carnegie Library is one of Wagoner's monuments to timelessness. The 1913 building has housed countless thousands of books and perhaps fueled as many growing imaginations.

Wagoner, OK Carnegie Libraries

Historic Downtown

Wagoner was the first incorporated city in Indian Territory, as well as the first to establish a public school and a waterworks system. By 1895, the young town had numerous permanent buildings and several of these buildings still remain.

Wagoner, OK Historic Districts


Maple Park Sports Complex

Wagoner is truly blessed with it's parks and wonderful sports complex. The Maple Park Sports complex and park is one of Wagoner'

Wagoner, OK Recreation

Outdoor Murals

Located on the northeast corner building at Church and Main.

Painted by the Wagoner Work Crew in 1999, the mural depicts the growth of Wagoner from the time of the Texas Road cattle drives through Indian Territory.

Located on the north side of the building Wagoner, OK Arts


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