ⓘ Hammon, Oklahoma


ⓘ Hammon, Oklahoma

Hammon is a town in the U.S. state of Oklahoma the majority of which is in Roger Mills County, but some of which extends into Custer County. It is located at the junction of Oklahoma State Highway 33 and Oklahoma State Highway 34.

The city is named for Indian agent James H. Hammon, who was assigned to the Red Moon Agency the near future the site Hammon. It was a subagency contracts of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Agency at Darlington, just North of Fort Reno, and his mission was to build a school and teach the Cheyenne and Arapaho on the farm. His wife, IDA M. Hammon, was postmaster when a post office was established in their house on June 30, 1894.

The national Park was originally located in Custer County. But when later the Wichita falls and northwestern railroad, known as the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railway track to the West of the city in 1910, most of the city was moved to the West, in the County of Roger mills to be near the railroad. May 22, 1911, the Board of commissioners of the County adopted the incorporation of the city.

The population of 568 at the 2010 census.

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