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Port, Oklahoma

Port is a small rural community in Washita County, Oklahoma. The community had a post office from February 21, 1901, until February 29, 1940. It was named for a druggist, Mrs. F. M. Port. During the 1930s, the Port consolidated school district co ...

Post Oak, Oklahoma

Post Oak is an unincorporated community in Carter County, Oklahoma. Comanche Indian mission, after the mission oak was founded in 1896, the post oak of the Mennonites of North America. In 1957, to make room for the range of the mission and its ce ...

Preston, Oklahoma

Preston is a small unincorporated community located in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. The post office was established December 13, 1909. It was named for an Okmulgee oilman, Harry Preston. Unrecognizable from the past, Preston was once a highly prosp ...

Proctor, Oklahoma

Proctor is located at 35°57′58″N 94°46′39″W, in the valley of the Baron Fork, a tributary of the Illinois River of Oklahoma, part of the Arkansas River watershed. U.S. Route 62 runs through the center of the community, leading east 13 miles 21 km ...

Pumpkin Center, Comanche County, Oklahoma

Pumpkin Center is an unincorporated community in Comanche County, Oklahoma. It is located at the intersection of State Highway 7 and State Highway 65, about 10 miles east of Lawton, Oklahoma in the southwestern portion of the state. This should n ...

Pumpkin Center, Muskogee County, Oklahoma

Pumpkin Center is an unincorporated community in Muskogee County, Oklahoma, United States. It is about 14 miles east of the city of Muskogee. This should not be confused with the pumpkin center located in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, which is about ...

Pumpkin Center, Okmulgee County, Oklahoma

Pumpkin Center is an unincorporated community in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma. It is about 10 miles northeast of the city of Okmulgee, Oklahoma, taking N 330 Rd. north off of US Highway 62. This should not be confused with the pumpkin center in Coma ...

Qualls, Oklahoma

Qualls is a small unincorporated community in Cherokee County, Oklahoma. It is west of Lake Tenkiller. Post office Qualls exists since 20 January 1909, until August 31, 1942. The first postmaster was William A. Qualls. One story is that some time ...

Quinlan, Oklahoma

Quinlan is an unincorporated community in Woodward County, Oklahoma, United States. Quinlan is located on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad 9 miles east of Mooreland.

Rainy Mountain

Rainy Mountain is a rounded hill standing northwest apart from the main Wichita Mountains in Kiowa County, Oklahoma. It was a prominent landmark for the Plains Indians on the southern plains. Rainy mountain Creek, flows North-East from the mounta ...

Rankin, Oklahoma

Rankin is an unincorporated community in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma, United States. Bessie S. McColgin 1875-1972, Oklahoma politician and businessman, lived in Rankin.

Redbird City Hall

Red Bird City Hall functioned as the center of local government in the all-black town of Red Bird. In 1932, the town decided to build a city hall which was completed in 1933. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places Sep ...

Reed, Oklahoma

Reed, Oklahoma is a small unincorporated community located along State Highway 9 in Greer County, Oklahoma, United States. The post office opened September 16, 1892. The ZIP Code is 73554. Reed was said to have been named for the first postmaster ...

Retrop, Oklahoma

Retrop is a small Oklahoma, USA community located on the Washita/Beckham county line. It is located at the southern junction between State Highway 6 and SH-55. Retrop receives its name from the original community which is one mile south and one m ...

Ringold, Oklahoma

Ringold is an unincorporated community in western McCurtain County, Oklahoma, 12 miles northwest of Wright City, Oklahoma. It was formerly called Burwell. The United States post office opened in Burwell, Indian territory on 31 Oct 1906. It was na ...

Roberta, Oklahoma

Roberta is an unincorporated community located in Bryan County, Oklahoma. It had a post office from March 23, 1894 until February 15, 1930. It was named after its first post master, James Roberts.

Rock Creek Reservoir

Rock Creek reservoir, also known as Scott King reservoir, is 7 miles north of the city of Ardmore, Carter County, Oklahoma in the United States. Created in 1979, it is operated by the city of Ardmore as a water supply recreational area. The lake ...

Roll, Oklahoma

Roll is a small rural community located in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. The community is on U.S. Highway 283 at the junction with State Highway 47. Cheyenne lies approximately 11 miles to the south along Route 283. The Canadian River is about si ...

Romia, Oklahoma

Romia is an Unincorporated community in Bryan County, Oklahoma. It had a post office from August 30, 1915 until June 30, 1934. It was named after Romia Lewis, the daughter of the first postmaster, Ollie E. Lewis.

Rossville, Oklahoma

Rossville is a small rural community in Lincoln County, Oklahoma, on US Highway 177. The community had a post office from October 7, 1895, until February 15, 1907. Per Oklahoma Place Names it was named for Ross Thomas, a local resident. The commu ...

Rubottom, Oklahoma

Rubottom is an unincorporated community in Love County, Oklahoma, United States. Named for one of the regions earliest settler families, the community is part of the Turner Independent School District.

Rufe, Oklahoma

Rufe is an unincorporated community in western McCurtain County, Oklahoma, 10 miles northwest of Wright City, Oklahoma. Post office of the United States of America was created in Rufe, Indian territory on February 13, 1903. He was named for Rufus ...

Saddle Mountain, Oklahoma

Saddle Mountain is an unincorporated community in Kiowa County, Oklahoma, United States, along State Highway 115. The Saddle Mountain Post Office existed from January 2, 1902, until May 31, 1955. It was named for the Saddle Mountain Baptist Missi ...

Salt Fork, Oklahoma

Salt Fork is an unincorporated community in Grant County, Oklahoma, United States. The community was originally called Elmpark, but it was renamed after the nearby Salt Fork River. The communitys post office was officially established on July 12, ...

Sand Creek, Oklahoma

Sand Creek is an unincorporated community in Grant County, Oklahoma, United States. Sand Creek is located in the western part of the county 6.2 miles west-southwest of Wakita.

Scipio, Oklahoma

Scipio is an unincorporated community in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, United States. The community is 12 miles northwest of McAlester. A post office opened at Scipio on January 24, 1980. The community was named for nearby Scipio Creek, which was i ...

Sedan, Oklahoma

Sedan is an unincorporated community in Kiowa County, Oklahoma. A post office operated in Sedan from 1902 to 1935. The community was named after Sedan, Kansas.

Seward, Oklahoma

Seward is an unincorporated community in Logan County, Oklahoma, United States. Seward is 7 miles south-southwest of Guthrie. Seward had a post office from May 15, 1889, to July 11, 1969. The community was named after William H. Seward.

Sherwood, Oklahoma

Sherwood is an unincorporated community in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, United States. The community is 4 miles southeast of Bethel. A post office opened in Sherwood on March 20, 1912. The community was named for early settler Sherwood Davis.

Sickles, Oklahoma

Sickles is an unincorporated community in Caddo County, Oklahoma, United States. Sickles is 4.5 miles west of Lookeba. Children with sickles attend schools that are part of the Lookeba-sickles school district was founded in 1960.

Silver City, Oklahoma

Silver City is a Community situated between Tulsa and Stillwater, Oklahoma. It was once a farming and ranching community. All that remains of the town is one abandoned and crumpled convenience store, a church, 3 homes, 6 people and a machine shop.

Slim, Oklahoma

Slim was an unincorporated community in southwestern McCurtain County, Oklahoma, United States. The community is located six miles north of Valliant. The community is about one-half mile south of Pine Creek Lake and the community of Mound Grove i ...

Snow, Oklahoma

Snow is an unincorporated community in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, 18 miles northeast of Antlers. Snow is located at 34°23′45″N 95°24′46″W. Post office the United States was established here on July 21, 1930, and was named for George snow, local ...

Sobol, Oklahoma

Sobol is an unincorporated community in southeastern Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, United States. Post office the United States was established here on January 21, 1911. He was named for Harry Sobol, a merchant in nearby Fort Towson. Sable was ide ...

Southard, Oklahoma

Southard is an unincorporated community in Blaine County, Oklahoma, United States. Southard is located near the intersection of State Highway 51 and State Highway 51A, 6.3 miles east of Canton. Southard has a post office with ZIP code 73770.

Spencerville, Oklahoma

Spencerville is an unincorporated community in northern Choctaw County, Oklahoma. It is 12 miles northeast of Hugo, Oklahoma, adjacent to the Pushmataha County border. The improved Ft. Smith to Ft. Towson military road of 1839 ran north–south thr ...

Spring Creek, Oklahoma

Spring Creek is an unincorporated community in Caddo County, Oklahoma, United States. It is 4 miles south of Cogar. It has a cemetery, church, schoolhouse, and general store still standing. The cemetery and church are still used. The remaining ge ...

Stones Corner, Oklahoma

Stones Corner is an unincorporated community in Wagoner County, Oklahoma, United States. It is located at the junction of Oklahoma State Highway 51B and Oklahoma State Highway 104, approximately 4 1/2 miles west of Porter, Oklahoma, and 7 miles s ...

Straight, Oklahoma

Straight is an unincorporated community in Texas County in the Oklahoma Panhandle, in the United States. Directly situated at 13.1 km West of hooker, Oklahoma and 13.5 km to the North of Guymon, Oklahoma. Condition highway Oklahoma 135 passes two ...

Summerfield, Oklahoma

Summerfield, Oklahoma is an unincorporated community in Le Flore County, Oklahoma. SUMMERFIELD was in the name of an early settler who operated the commissaries. This is the location of the school SUMMERFIELD was built in 1937, which is listed on ...

Sumner, Oklahoma

Sumner is a small rural community located in Noble County, Oklahoma, United States, ten miles east of Perry and two miles north of US highway 64. Established prior to statehood along the St. Louis-San Francisco Railway, the post office opened on ...

Sunray, Oklahoma

Sunray is a small unincorporated community in Stephens County, Oklahoma, United States, south of Duncan on U.S. Route 81. The community is adjacent to the old DX-Sunray refinery which closed in 1983. The refinery was imploded in 2006.

Sweethome, Oklahoma

Sweethome was a small rural community in Lincoln County, Oklahoma. The community was named for a similar community in Texas by the same name where many of the settlers lived before making the Run of 91. The Sweethome Baptist Church is the oldest ...

Tabler, Oklahoma

Tabler is an unincorporated community in eastern Grady County, Oklahoma. It is located at the western end of State Highway 39, where it meets U.S. Highway 62/277/SH-9.

Taylor Ferry, Oklahoma

Taylor Ferry is an unincorporated community in Wagoner County, Oklahoma, United States, on Fort Gibson Lake. The community was the site of a ferry crossing across the Grand River when Oklahoma was the Indian Territory during the 19th century.

Taylor, Beckham County, Oklahoma

Taylor is an unincorporated community in Beckham County, Oklahoma. It was named after its first postmaster, Jeremiah H. Taylor. The post office operated from July 26, 1895 to May 4, 1899. For the community in Cotton County, Oklahoma, see Taylor, ...

Taylor, Cotton County, Oklahoma

Taylor is an unincorporated community in Cotton County, Oklahoma. The elevation is 994 feet. It was named after a local merchant, John Taylor. The community had a post office from November 30, 1907 to May 31, 1911. For the community in Beckham Co ...

Ti, Oklahoma

Ti is an unincorporated community in Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, United States. Ti is 11 miles southwest of Hartshorne. The name of the community is to reverse the decline of the territory of India.

Titanic, Oklahoma

Titanic is a census-designated place in Adair County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 356 at the 2010 census. A post office was established in "Titanic", on January 3, 1916, and discontinued 31 Dec 1927, with mail Stilwell.

Tom, Oklahoma

Tom is a small unincorporated community in McCurtain County, Oklahoma, United States. The post office was established in 1916 and named for Tom Stewart, an early settler. It is the southeastern most community in Oklahoma, in the midst of the Ouac ...