Native Americans, pioneers and cowboys may have shaped the course of a young Oklahoma City but these days this oil-rich center has come into its own for other reasons, though never forgetting its old-west culture.
An ornate Victorian style home rests on the site, as does that original land office. After 1893's land run, this is where the pioneer filed their claim. You'll find the oldest church in Enid as well, and a one-room schoolhouse. This is history preserved in its original form, rather than replicated.
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