Now Available: "SAPULPA, OK! The Greatest City in the Known World” Vol. 2  
By Peter D. Egan

BOOK SIGNING: Meet the Author for the introduction of his second book. Pete Egan is very active in the preservation of Sapulpa history. He was honored as Sapulpa's "Citizen of the
Year" 2011. Come join us at the Sapulpa Historical Museum at 100 East Lee on Saturday, January 21, 2012 at 10:30am. Purchase price is $35.00 - Refreshments will also be served.
Free gift with purchase: “The Life and Times of O.M. Irelan” by Ruth E. Irelan Knee.


In 1968 three Native Sapulpans met to discuss the organization of a historical society to preserve the history of our city. From that humble beginning, our Society has grown both numerically, financially and in vision. In the beginning there were no funds, no artifacts and no home. But soon these obstacles were overcome by the warm reception given to the new organization by local citizens.

Our historical museum is dedicated to showcasing the history of Sapulpa from Indian Territory days down to the present. Our area of Oklahoma was originally part of lands given to the Creek (Muscogee) tribe after the Indian Removal Act of 1830 was signed.

For those traveling through northeast Oklahoma and those living nearby, you are cordially invited to visit us. A warm welcome is awaiting you. We are anxious to tell you our story.


Admission:  Free.
Donations accepted.

Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Saturday
10am - 3pm

Tour Groups by Appointment

Handicapped Accessible

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The Sapulpa Historical Society     100 E. Lee Avenue, Sapulpa, OK 74066
(p) 918-224-4871 ∙ (f) 918-224-7765
E-mail: sapulpahistsoc@tulsacoxmail.com

 

 
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