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116 Commercial St

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Webbers Falls, OK 74470

116 W Commercial St

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Webbers Falls, OK 74470

205 N Thornton St

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Webbers Falls, OK 74962

214 S Highway 100

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Webbers Falls, OK 74470

402 N Main St

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Webbers Falls, OK 74435

402 N Main St

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Webbers Falls, OK 74435

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Whitefield, OK 74462

525 S Broadway Ave

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Haskell, OK 74436

20627 S Welling Rd

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Welling, OK 74471

300 W Broadway St

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Muskogee, OK 74401

32094 Highway 82

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Cookson, OK 74427

100 Highway 62

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Proctor, OK 74457

103 Main St

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Wainwright, OK 74468

805 2 Nd Ave

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Warner, OK 74469

21286 S Keeler Dr

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Park Hill, OK 74451

28406 Highway 82

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Bunch, OK 74451

321 S 2 Nd St

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Hitchita, OK 74445

9783 Highway 82 A

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Peggs, OK 74444

201 N Main St

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Stigler, OK 74472

30455 E State Highway 51

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Porter, OK 74429

115 S Broadway St

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Boynton, OK 74428

106 N Choctaw St

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Beggs, OK 74421

402 E Main St

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Hulbert, OK 74441

402 N Main St

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Webbers Falls, OK 74435

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Webbers Falls is a town in southeastern Muskogee County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 616 at the 2010 census, a decline of 14.9 percent from the figure of 724 recorded in 2000.The name comes from a seven-foot waterfall in the Arkansas River named in honor of Walter Webber, a Cherokee chief who established a trading post here before 1818. He was a leader among the Western Cherokee, also called "Old Settlers". They had a treaty with the United States government by 1828, which helped settle some conflicts with the Osage people, who had been forced to give up land to the Cherokee. In the late 1830s and 1840, the mass of thousands of Cherokee from the Southeast were forcibly moved into Indian Territory as a result of the US policy of Indian Removal.

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