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County Gateways
Last Updated:5/12/2002

Links to Maps, Set Up for Place Names within Each County

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Gateways to Map Links by Town

Click on the county name to get a alphabetized list of populated places with clickable links to the specific maps showing each one.   All counties have the DoT list of places & locations, with links from each place to the applicable 1895, 1915, and 1972 maps.  Section-Township-Range is included, where known, and each page includes a link to the complete set of township maps for that county.  

 

Counties in Oklahoma

 Adair

Alfalfa

 Atoka

 Beaver

Beckham

 Blaine

 Bryan

 Caddo

 Canadian

Carter 

 Cherokee

 Choctaw

 Cimarron

Cleveland

 Coal

 Comanche

Cotton

 Craig

Creek

Custer

 Delaware

 Dewey

 Ellis

Garfield

Garvin

 Grady

 Grant

Greer

Harmon

 Harper

Haskell

Hughes

Jackson

Jefferson

Johnston

Kay

Kingfisher

Kiowa

Latimer

Le Flore

Lincoln

Logan

Love

Major

Marshall

Mayes

 McClain

McCurtain

McIntosh

Murray

Muskogee

Noble

Nowata

Okfuskee

Oklahoma

 Okmulgee

Osage

Ottawa

Pawnee

Payne

Pittsburg

Pontotoc

Pottawatomie

Pushmataha

 Roger Mills

Rogers

Seminole

Sequoyah

 Stephens

 Texas

Tillman

Tulsa

Wagoner

 Washington

 Washita

Woods

 Woodward

     

About the Maps

The oldest maps included in this index are from the 1895 Atlas and Gazetteer posted by Pam Rietsch.   For some time, this now-famous project was the only on-line source of information about many communities that existed briefly during territorial days. You can explore the complete set on Pam's site or can use our Links to 1895 Maps to get to the right maps if you aren't familiar with the geography of Oklahoma and Indian Territory. 

The 1915 Transportation Atlas shows railroads and their stations, trolley lines, and natural features like rivers, creeks and mountains as well as "Cities, Towns & Villages".  It includes many places founded after 1895, some of which have disappeared completely from later maps.  Go to 1915 State & County Maps  to explore the complete set.

The county maps from 1972 were scanned from a US Geological Survey Map that shows "Population Centers", including a number of communities now too small to have their own Post Offices.  These maps show Township and Range Grids, which are useful for comparison with older maps in trying to pinpoint locations of long-gone towns, or in finding the corresponding, more detailed present-day map.  To explore the complete set, go to 1972 County Maps.

The present-day County Maps are from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation. The original, downloadable versions were scanned by Mike Taylor [for details, see his Oklahoma Towns page] and have been available from OKGenWeb for several years.  The viewable versions are reductions of those original images and the detailed township maps are cropped images that preserve the original details by presenting only one 36-section Township on each screen. 

County/Township maps, with Section-Township-Range grids, are being prepared by Sharon Crawford.  Each county map shows the Township boundaries and names against a background of Section-Township-Range grids and provide the locations of many obscure towns.  Township names are not unique, but if that's all you know this site will help you find all counties that have one by that name.  To explore this set of maps, go to Sharon's site.  

  

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Maps 'n' More

State-wide resources formerly found on Ceil's Corner 
Created By Sharon McAllister
Became an OKGenWeb Special Project  March 31, 2001
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