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Oklahoma

Oklahoma became the 46th state on November 16, 1907. Oklahoma City is the state capital. There are currently 77 counties each with a courthouse.

 

 

Click on a county below to learn more:

Adair  Alfalfa Atoka Beaver Beckham
Blaine  Bryan Caddo Canadian  Carter 
Cherokee  Choctaw  Cimarron Cleveland  Coal
Comanche  Craig Creek Custer
Delaware  Dewey  Ellis  Garfield Garvin
Grady Grant Greer Harmon Harper
Haskell  Hughes Jackson  Jefferson Johnston 
Kay Kingfisher Kiowa Latimer  Le Flore
Lincoln  Logan Love Major  Marshall
Mayes  McClain  McCurtain  McIntosh Murray
Muskogee Noble  Nowata Okfuskee Oklahoma 
Okmulgee Osage Ottawa Pawnee  Payne
Pittsburg  Pontotoc Pottawatomie  Pushmataha  Roger Mills 
Rogers Seminole  Sequoyah Stephens Texas
Tillman Tulsa  Wagoner Washington  Washita
Woods Woodward       


Oklahoma Supreme Court             Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals

 

Highest Point – Black Mesa ( 5,705 feet ) is located in Cimarron County.

Lowest Point  – Little River ( 287 feet ) is located in McCurtain County.

 

Oldest Courthouse still in use – Johnston County (1896-1897)

Oldest Former Courthouse – Cherokee County (1845)

 

State Capitol – Oklahoma City

 

Governor Mansion – Oklahoma City