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Believed to have derived its name from the 101,894 acres of the Ponca Reservation, this huge ranch was founded by George W. Miller and his sons in the early 1880s on land he leased, eventually purchased, or otherwise acquired from the Ponca Indians. The ranch became world-famous for its Wild West show, oil wells, livestock, and farm products.
Located on OK-156, one mile north of Marland
CCC Lake Park
Located south of Perry on Hwy 86
Otoe-Missouri Tribal Reservation
The Otoes were hunters who merged with the Missouria tribe in 1798. Removal to Indian Territory was accomplished in October 1881 to 129,113 acres purchased from the Cherokees.
Located on US-177 at Red Rock
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