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The Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum The Plains Indians and Pioneers Museum offers a walk on the wild side with Lawyer/Gunfighter, Temple Lea Houston - Sam Houston's youngest offspring. Temple's office is complete with his desk, chair, Mexican sombrero and classical library.

See also, the Sam and Margaret Lea Houston china tea set, circa 1840. Only in May, view our "Federal Eagle" quilt, an 1830s original design done entirely in reverse applique and quilted 16 to 20 stitches per inch.

View interpretive exhibits on the Area's Native Americans. Travel back in time with a visit to our Lee/Lienemann homesteader's cabin with stable attached. See our history interpreted through the Murals of Fred Olds, Jana Sol, Paul Laune, and Pat (Kemoha) Patterson.

Visit our Anna Lorry Williams Gallery where we offer a series of 12 different art shows and/or art competitions annually.

Don't miss our gift shop and the Northwest Oklahoma Traveler Information Center also housed in the museum complex.


Admission: Admission Free/ donations appreciated
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m.
Closed Mondays and Major Holidays
Address: 2009 Williams Avenue
Phone: 580-256-6136
Fax: 580-256-2577
Our Email: pipm@swbell.net
Our Website:www.plainsindiansandpioneersmuseum.org/

Come visit us in Woodward, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

The Powder Monkey's House

Like the Teamster's Cabin, the powder monkey's house dates to about 1870 and is typical of the picket-style construction at early Fort Supply. Many of the picket buildings were later used for fire wood, but this and the Teamster's Cabin survived that fate.

Woodward, OK Historic Buildings

The Woodward Arts Theatre and Cultural Centre

The beautifully renovated Woodward Arts Theatre and Cultural Centre has been restored to its original 1920s architectural splendor.

Woodward, OK Theatres

Guard House

The 1892 Guard House was the only brick building built during the military occupation of Fort Supply, and is today the museum and crown jewel among the five military structures.

Woodward, OK Historic Buildings

St. John's Episcopal Church

St. John's Episcopal Church is the oldest house of worship in Woodward and probably the oldest in the old Cherokee Outlet. Built within a few months after the Cherokee Outlet land run in 1893

Woodward, OK Historic Churches

Commanding Officer's Quarters

The COQ was built as a residence for the Army officer commanding Fort Supply. He and his family lived in relative comfort in the ten rooms that included a servant's room and an attached bathroom. The yard was fenced and a boardwalk passed by the front and along "Officers' Row."

Woodward, OK Historic Buildings

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