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Milly Francis was the daughter of the Creek chief Hillis Hadjo during the Florida War 1817. Fifteen-year-old Milly by her plea saved the life of a young white officer Duncan McKrimmon, whom they were about to kill. She later declined his offer of …
(East Elevation) Erected in commemoration of members of the Five Civilized Tribes, whose record of enlistment, conduct in camp, and fortitude and valor on the battlefield, added lustre to the triumphant victory of our country in the World …
Iron Sculpture by John Carson, Muskogee Artist Contributed by Marie White Rhodes in Commemoration of Dr. John Hutchings White pioneer Physician and Surgeon who emigrated from Virginia to Indian Territory in 1902 to work among the Indian…
This stone intended for Washington Monument Preserved by A.C. Trumbo ————————— [Capstone reads] 1932 George Washington Bicentennial Erected in Memory Garden by Lions Club
Dedicated as historical site October 15, 1986
Begun in 1875, this Agency was the first building erected by the U.S. government to house the superintendencey [sic] of the Five Civilized Tribes. Used briefly, the building was leased in 1875 to the Baptist Mission Society as a school for the Cre…
This open air theatre is dedicated as a living memorial to our comrades of World War I and World War II who gave their lives in the service of their beloved country. It looks across to the Cookson Hills, the site of Camp Gruber, where the divisio…
This park is laid like a Wreath of Honor on the highland of this city by the People of Muskogee as a tribute to those of our country who served in the World War 1914-1918 in camp or in field at home or abroad in all the multitudes of ways…
More Beautiful America Achievement Award presented to Muskogee Garden Club Muskogee, Oklahoma for outstanding accomplishment in civic improvement and in recognition of vision industry and civic pride
The American Society of Landscape Architects 1899-1999 This site is recognized as a National Landmark for Outstanding Landscape Architecture