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Buildings and structures in Muskogee County, Oklahoma

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Buildings and structures in Muskogee County, Oklahoma
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Surety Building (Muskogee, Oklahoma)

The Surety Building in Muskogee, Oklahoma is an eight story skyscraper built for the Southern Surety Company in 1910.

It is one of five skyscraper buildings, ranging from five to ten stories tall, built in 1910-1912 and included in the Pre-Depression Muskogee Skyscrapers Thematic Resources study. The others are:

It was individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.  more from Wikipedia
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Connors State Cowboys baseball

Connors State College is a public college located in Warner andMuskogee, Oklahoma.

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Central Baptist Church (Muskogee, Oklahoma)

Central Baptist Church is a historic Baptist church building at 515 N. 4th Street in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

It was built in 1908 and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.  more from Wikipedia
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Hatbox Field

Hatbox Field (IATAHAXICAOKHAXFAA LIDHAX) is a closed airfield located within city limits, two nautical miles (3.7 km) west of central Muskogee, a city in Muskogee CountyOklahomaUnited States. It was opened sometime in the early 1920s and was closed in 2000. It is the location of the Love-Hatbox Sports Complex, a large recreation center and waterpark.

The former airfield site includes 10 lighted baseball fields‚ eight lighted softball diamonds‚ two full-size football fields and a 30 acre‚ 19-field soccer area called the Georgia Pacific Soccer Complex.

In addition‚ a 3.1-mile (5km) asphalt Centennial Trail walking/biking exercise pathway loops around the 120 acres‚ and a former airplane hangar houses three indoor batting cages. Three Rivers Area Model Plane Society (T.R.A.M.P.S.), a local model airplane club, hosts two annual events at Love-Hatbox that attract flying enthusiasts from around the country.  more from Wikipedia
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Davis Field (Oklahoma)

Davis Field (IATAMKOICAOKMKOFAA LIDMKO) is a city owned airport seven miles south of Muskogee, in Muskogee County, Oklahoma. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015called it a general aviation facility.

The airport can accommodate light through heavy transport jet aircraft. It is open 24 hours and is attended 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with after hours service on request.  more from Wikipedia
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Escoe Building

The Escoe Building, also known as the Simmons Building, was at 228-230 N. 2nd St., MuskogeeOklahoma. It was a two-story brick office building built in 1908 and demolished in 1988.

The Escoe Building was the only professional building in Muskogee's black district and housed the first black-owned bank in Oklahoma. It was also known as the Simmons Building because it housed the Simmons Royalty Co., Oklahoma's first major oil business owned by a black family.  more from Wikipedia
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Fort Gibson Public Schools

Fort Gibson Public Schools is located in the small town of Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. The school mascot is the tiger.

Teddy Lehman attended Fort Gibson High School and graduated in 2000.

In December 1999, a 13-year-old student shot four of his classmates at themiddle school. The victims were taken to area hospitals; there were no fatalities.  more from Wikipedia
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Manhattan Building (Muskogee, Oklahoma)

The Manhattan Building, also known as the Phoenix Building or thePhoenix-Manhattan Building, is a historic skyscraper in Muskogee, Oklahoma. The building has eight stories. It was built in 1911 with areinforced concrete frame and gray brick cladding. It was built inSullivanesque architectural style, with two story columns flanking the entrance and a second floor cornice with dentils. A rooftop penthouse was added in 1957. The Manhattan Building was added to the National Register of Historic Places for architectural significance in 1983.

It is one of five skyscraper buildings, ranging from five to ten stories tall, built in 1910-1912 and included in the Pre-Depression Muskogee Skyscrapers Thematic Resources study. The others are:

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A. C. Trumbo House
The A.C. Trumbo House (1321 West Broadway) is a house in Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States, built in 1906 for Arthur C. Trumbo as a replica of one of Mark Twain's houses and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The plot was originally in CreekIndian territory before it was incorporated into Oklahoma in November 1907.  more from Wikipedia
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Five Civilized Tribes Museum

The Five Civilized Tribes Museum is a museum in Muskogee, Oklahomathat houses the art, history and culture of the CherokeeChickasaw,ChoctawMuscogee Creek, and Seminole tribes. Housed in the historic Union Indian Agency building, the museum was opened in 1966.

The museum holds an extensive collection of traditional art by artists of theFive Civilized Tribes and has the world’s largest collection of Jerome Tigeroriginals.  more from Wikipedia
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First Baptist Church (Muskogee, Oklahoma)

The First Baptist Church is a historic church building in Muskogee, Oklahoma. The church was built in 1903 and was the first church building for the African-American population of Muskogee County. It was built in aRomaneasque Revival style. It features two asymmetrical, crenalated towers and a steeply pitched gabled roof. The build is clad in two types of red brick. The two types of brick are separated by a rusticated limestone belt course. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Placesin 1984 for architectural significance and for its importance in local African-American history.

First Baptist "evolved from a mission school founded in 1877 for blacks and Indians". It is one of four churches included in the Black Protestant Churches of Muskogee Theme Resource study.

Muskogee had a "thriving" black community with a business district of "several retail stores, physicians and attorneys offices, a black-owned bank, and a black newspaper, the Muskogee Cimeter." The population included 7,831 blacks in 1910 (31% of the total Muskogee population).

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