McIntosh County, Oklahoma

 

McIntosh County, named in honor of one of the most prominent families of the Creek Tribe of Indians, adjoins Muskogee County on the south, and is one of the best agricultural sections of eastern Oklahoma. Its prairie soil is of better quality than that of many other counties, while the valleys of the Deep Fork, North Canadian and South Canadian rivers, with their many small tributaries, furnish some of the richest grades of land, together with an abundant supply of living water. Read more...

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McIntosh County, History
Checotah History
Eufaula History
    

Source: Muskogee and Northeastern Oklahoma, 1922

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