ⓘ Olustee, Oklahoma

                                     

ⓘ Olustee, Oklahoma

Olustee is a town in Jackson County, Oklahoma, United States. "Olustee" is said to be a Seminole word meaning "pond" or from the Creek language ue-lvste meaning "black water", and being taken from the Battle of Olustee in Florida. The population was 607 at the 2010 census.

                                     
  • Settlements Olustee Florida, a town in Baker County, Florida in the United States near the site of the Battle of Olustee Olustee Oklahoma a town in
  • miles west of Olustee Oklahoma and 10 miles south - southeast of Duke, Oklahoma It is on the south bank of Gypsum Creek. Creta, Oklahoma Geographic
  • a historic building located in farmland 5 miles 8.0 km south of Olustee Oklahoma The two - story stone building served as the headquarters of the Cross
  • River Okmulgee, Oklahoma Okmulgee County, Oklahoma Okmulgee Lake Okmulgee State Park Oktaha, Oklahoma Olustee Oklahoma Oologah, Oklahoma Oologah Lake Osage
  • Aaron is a ghost town in Jackson County, Oklahoma United States, located 5 miles 8.0 km northwest of Olustee It had a post office from January 22, 1899
  • Elmer Friendship Headrick Martha Olustee National Register of Historic Places listings in Jackson County, Oklahoma State County QuickFacts United
  • northeast, passing through the small Jackson County towns of Eldorado and Olustee Highway 6 meets US - 62 five miles 8 km west of Altus. SH - 6 makes a right
  • Dam is a ruined dam located 7 miles 11 km northwest of Olustee in Jackson County, Oklahoma Farmer William J. Fullerton built the dam across Turkey
  • determine the permanent seat. The two towns contending were Altus and Olustee Altus won by a vote of 2, 077 to 1, 365. The county courthouse was built
  • Drumright, Creek County Olney Public Schools, Clarita, Coal County Olustee Public Schools, Olustee Jackson County Oologah - Talala Public Schools, Oologah, Rogers