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Museum of the Western Prairie

Established in 1974, the Museum of the Western Prairie reopened in 2011 following an extensive renovation. A property of the Oklahoma Historical Society, the Museum tells the story of the settlement of Southwest Oklahoma, concentrating on the decades from 1880 to 1920 spanning, in part, the Territorial Era and the Early Statehood Era. The collections housed in the 8,000 square foot facility include approximately 35,000 artifacts, 14,000 photographs, and 11,000 resource materials along with a reference library of 2,000 books and family history files.

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