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Sapulpa Historical Museum
100 East Lee
Phone: 918-224-4871 --
Statement of Purpose:
Study and preservation of the history of the city of Sapulpa, Oklahoma;
and to provide for the historical collection.
The city of Sapulpa was named for a Lower Creek Indian from Alabama, whose
real name was Sepulcher. Over time the name was corrupted to
Sapulpa. The man Sapulpa was first known settler in area. Many of
his descendants still live in this area.
The city of Sapulpa part of Indian Territory, had great growth
during the Glenn Pool oil discovery in 1905. The city was incorporated in
1898 and became part of the State of Oklahoma in 1907.
Highlights & Collections:
1890s kitchen, early 1900s school room, Native American, dioramas
of early townsite and St. Louis-San Francisco (Frisco) Railroad.
Two floor of exhibits representing early-day
WWII artifacts and posters;
Route 66 exhibits;
area photograph display.
Our museum is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
groups accommodated by appointment.
Admission & Directions:
No admission, donations accepted. Handicapped accessible.
President: Doris R. Yocham
Vice President: Sue Skinner
Secretary: Harriet J. Frank
Treasurer: Robert E. Baxter
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