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Historic Homes

The historic homes operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society reflect the wide-range of Oklahoma's past. From the state's only surviving antebellum home to a homesteader's humble sod house, and the mansions of oil men, city leaders, territorial Governors, and cattlemen, Oklahoma's historic homes tell the personal stories of the individuals who built the state. Be sure to check out the George M. Murrell Home's May Day Celebration Weekend, the Pawnee Bill Ranch Wild West Show in June, and many more reenactments, classes, and programs throughout the year!

A.J. Seay Mansion
Frank Phillips Home
Fred Drummond Home
George M. Murrell Home
Henry Overholser Mansion
Jim Thorpe Home
Pawnee Bill Ranch
Peter Conser Home
Sequoyah's Cabin
Sod House
T.B. Ferguson Home