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Historic Homes This is the 1893 home of James Parkinson, who was the first president of the First National Bank of Wagoner and a very wealthy man. He also was a prominent cattleman in the Creek Nation.

National Historic Register

207 NE 2nd

The Fred A. Parkinson House was built in407 NE 3rd1901. He was the manager of the Wagoner Hardware Company, which featured fine buggies, hardware and wagons.

National Historic Register
407 NE 3rd


Come visit us in Wagoner, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Wagoner County Courthouse & Memorial Walk

The Wagoner County Courthouse was built in 1939 replacing the original courthouse that was built in 1897 which also served as the federal building. Located on the front lawn is a Veteran'

Wagoner, OK Historic Courthouses

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

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

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


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


Things to do Historic Homes near Wagoner, OK

Hogue House

The Hogue House is an original Sears & Roebuck pre-cut house purchased in Chicago in 1913 for $1,600 and delivered by train. ...