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1805 N York St

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Fort Gibson, OK 74403

200 N Country Club Rd

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Fort Gibson, OK 74403

201 W Poplar St

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Fort Gibson, OK 74434

201 W Poplar St

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Fort Gibson, OK 74434

3620 E 75 Th St N

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Fort Gibson, OK 74446

3620 E 75 Th St N

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Fort Gibson, OK 74446

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100 Highway 62

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Oktaha, OK 74450

28406 Highway 82

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3607 Chandler Rd

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1800 S Wood Dr

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Morris, OK 74447

103 Main St

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Wainwright, OK 74468

610 E 8 Th St

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Okmulgee, OK 74447

605 E Main St

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Schulter, OK 74437

10040 Polk Ave

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Preston, OK 74456

21286 S Keeler Dr

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Park Hill, OK 74451

321 S 2 Nd St

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Hitchita, OK 74445

101 Tignor St

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Canadian, OK 74425

104 E Prairie

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Checotah, OK 74450

1805 N York St

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Fort Gibson, OK 74403

300 W Broadway St

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Muskogee, OK 74401

9783 Highway 82 A

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Peggs, OK 74444

402 E Main St

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Hulbert, OK 74441

30455 E State Highway 51

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Porter, OK 74429

408110 Highway 266

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Henryetta, OK 74437

805 2 Nd Ave

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Warner, OK 74469

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Fort Gibson is a town in Cherokee and Muskogee counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The population was 4,154 at the 2010 census, an increase of 2.5 percent over the figure of 4,054 recorded in 2000. It is the location of Fort Gibson Historical Site and Fort Gibson National Cemetery and is located near the end of the Cherokees' Trail of Tears at Tahlequah. Colonel Matthew Arbuckle of the United States Army established Fort Gibson in 1824. The Army abandoned the fort in 1890. A recreation of the fort stands at the historic site that was built as a Works Progress Administration project between 1935 and 1939, at a different location than the original fort.The town calls itself, "The Oldest Town in Oklahoma."

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