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COUNTY HISTORICAL PLACES
Battle of Round Mountain Links

 

Bank of Bigheart (added 1984 - Building - #84000311)
308 W. Main St., Barnsdall

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architectural Style:

Other, Romanesque

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Commerce

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Commerce/Trade

Historic Sub-function:

Financial Institution

Current Function:

Commerce/Trade

 

Bank of Burbank (added 1984 - Building - #84000314)
McCorkle and 1st Sts., Burbank

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architectural Style:

Other, Romanesque

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Commerce

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Commerce/Trade

Historic Sub-function:

Financial Institution

Current Function:

Domestic

Current Sub-function:

Single Dwelling

 

Bank of Hominy (added 1984 - Building - #84000316)
102 W. Main St., Hominy

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architectural Style:

Other, Romanesque

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Commerce

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Commerce/Trade

Historic Sub-function:

Financial Institution, Professional

Current Function:

Commerce/Trade

Current Sub-function:

Professional, Specialty Store

 

Barnsdall Main Street Well Site (added 1997 - Site - #97001153)
Also known as Indian Territory Illuminating Oil Company Well #20
W of jct of OK 11 and Main St., Barnsdall

Historic Significance:

Event

Area of Significance:

Industry

Period of Significance:

1900-1924, 1925-1949

Owner:

Local Gov't

Historic Function:

Industry/Processing/Extraction

Historic Sub-function:

Extractive Facility

Current Function:

Vacant/Not In Use

 

Blacksmith's House (added 1979 - Building - #79002014)
210 W. Main St., Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Event

Area of Significance:

Native American, Economics

Period of Significance:

1850-1874, 1875-1899, 1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Domestic

Historic Sub-function:

Single Dwelling

Current Function:

Domestic

Current Sub-function:

Single Dwelling

 

Chapman--Barnard Ranch Headquarters (added 2001 - District - #01000208)
1511 Cty Rte. 4201, Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Event, Person

Historic Person:

Chapman, James A.

Significant Year:

1921

Area of Significance:

Agriculture

Period of Significance:

1900-1924, 1925-1949, 1950-1974

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Agriculture/Subsistence, Domestic

Historic Sub-function:

Agricultural Outbuildings, Animal Facility, Multiple Dwelling, Single Dwelling, Storage

Current Function:

Agriculture/Subsistence, Domestic, Recreation And Culture

Current Sub-function:

Animal Facility, Museum, Secondary Structure, Single Dwelling

 

Chief Ne-Kah-Wah-She-Tun-Kah Grave and Statue (added 1979 - Site - #79002012)
Off OK 18, Fairfax

Historic Significance:

Person, Event

Historic Person:

Ne-kah-wah-she-tun-kah,Chief

Significant Year:

1923

Area of Significance:

Native American

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Funerary, Recreation And Culture

Historic Sub-function:

Graves/Burials, Work Of Art (Sculpture, Carving, Rock Art)

Current Function:

Funerary, Recreation And Culture

Current Sub-function:

Graves/Burials, Work Of Art (Sculpture, Carving, Rock Art)

 

City Hall ** (added 1976 - Building - #76001574)
Also known as Osage Counsil House
Main and Grandview Ave., Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Event

Area of Significance:

Native American, Politics/Government

Period of Significance:

1875-1899, 1900-1924

Owner:

Local Gov't

Historic Function:

Government

Historic Sub-function:

City Hall

Current Function:

Government

Current Sub-function:

City Hall, Correctional Facility

 

Drummond, Fred, House (added 1981 - Building - #81000466)
Also known as The Drummond Home
305 N. Price Ave., Hominy

Historic Significance:

Person, Architecture/Engineering

Architect, builder, or engineer:

Unknown

Architectural Style:

Late Victorian

Historic Person:

Drummond,Fred

Significant Year:

1904, 1905

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Social History

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

State

Historic Function:

Domestic

Historic Sub-function:

Single Dwelling

Current Function:

Domestic

Current Sub-function:

Single Dwelling

 

First National Bank and Masonic Lodge (added 1984 - Building - #84003393)
301 N. Main St., Fairfax

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architect, builder, or engineer:

Unknown

Architectural Style:

Other, Colonial Revival

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Commerce

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Commerce/Trade, Social

Historic Sub-function:

Clubhouse, Financial Institution

Current Function:

Commerce/Trade, Social

Current Sub-function:

Business, Clubhouse

 

Hominy Armory (added 1994 - Building - #94000482)
Also known as National Guard Armory
201 N. Regan St., Hominy

Historic Significance:

Event, Architecture/Engineering

Architect, builder, or engineer:

WPA, Nolen, Bryan W.

Architectural Style:

Other

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Military, Economics

Period of Significance:

1925-1949

Owner:

State

Historic Function:

Defense

Historic Sub-function:

Arms Storage

Current Function:

Defense

Current Sub-function:

Arms Storage

 

Hominy Osage Round House (added 1979 - Building - #79002013)
Also known as Hominy Round House
Round House Sq. in Indian Village, Hominy

Historic Significance:

Event, Architecture/Engineering

Architect, builder, or engineer:

Unknown

Architectural Style:

No Style Listed

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Social History, Native American

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Local Gov't

Historic Function:

Government, Religion, Social

Historic Sub-function:

Ceremonial Site, City Hall, Civic

Current Function:

Social

Current Sub-function:

Civic

 

Hominy School (added 1988 - Building - #88001183)
Also known as 1904 Stone School
200 blk., S. Pettit St., Hominy

Historic Significance:

Event

Area of Significance:

Education

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Local Gov't

Historic Function:

Education

Historic Sub-function:

School

Current Function:

Education

 

Immaculate Conception Church (added 1979 - Building - #79002015)
Also known as Pawhusks Catholic Church
1314 Lynn Ave., Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Event, Architecture/Engineering

Architect, builder, or engineer:

Bavarian Art Glass Co. of Munich, Father Edward

Architectural Style:

No Style Listed

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Social History, Religion, Art

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Religion

Historic Sub-function:

Religious Structure

Current Function:

Religion

Current Sub-function:

Religious Structure

 

Lincoln Colored School (added 2003 - Building - #03001238)
Also known as Separate School District 25
171 NE Walnut, Fairfax

Historic Significance:

Event

Area of Significance:

Black, Education

Period of Significance:

1925-1949, 1950-1974

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Education

Historic Sub-function:

School

Current Function:

Vacant/Not In Use

 

Marland Filling Station (added 2002 - Building - #02000970)
102 South Wood, Hominy

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architect, builder, or engineer:

Marland Oil Company

Architectural Style:

Classical Revival

Area of Significance:

Transportation, Architecture

Period of Significance:

1900-1924, 1925-1949

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Transportation

Historic Sub-function:

Road-Related

Current Function:

Recreation And Culture

Current Sub-function:

Museum

 

Osage Agency ** (added 1974 - Building - #74001666)
Agency Hill, Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Event

Area of Significance:

Politics/Government, Commerce, Historic - Aboriginal

Period of Significance:

1850-1874, 1875-1899, 1900-1924

Owner:

Local Gov't

Historic Function:

Domestic, Education, Government

Historic Sub-function:

City Hall, School, Single Dwelling

Current Function:

Government, Recreation And Culture

Current Sub-function:

Government Office, Museum

 

Osage Bank of Fairfax (added 1984 - Building - #84000315)
250 N. Main St., Fairfax

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architectural Style:

Other, Romanesque

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Commerce

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Commerce/Trade

Historic Sub-function:

Financial Institution

Current Function:

Commerce/Trade

Current Sub-function:

Specialty Store

 

Osage County Courthouse (added 1984 - Building - #84003395)
6th and Grandview Sts., Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architect, builder, or engineer:

Hair,C.E.,& Co., Donathan & Moore

Architectural Style:

Classical Revival

Area of Significance:

Politics/Government, Architecture

Period of Significance:

1900-1924

Owner:

Local Gov't

Historic Function:

Government

Historic Sub-function:

Courthouse

Current Function:

Government

Current Sub-function:

Courthouse

 

Pawhuska Armory (added 1994 - Building - #94000485)
Also known as National Guard Armory
823 E. 8th St., Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Architecture/Engineering, Event

Architect, builder, or engineer:

WPA, Nolen, Bryan W.

Architectural Style:

Other

Area of Significance:

Economics, Architecture, Military

Period of Significance:

1925-1949

Owner:

State

Historic Function:

Defense

Historic Sub-function:

Arms Storage

Current Function:

Defense

Current Sub-function:

Arms Storage

 

Pawhuska Downtown Historic District (added 1986 - District - #86002355)
Roughly bounded by Grand View Ave., E. Eighth St., Leahy Ave., and E. Fifth St., Pawhuska

Historic Significance:

Event, Architecture/Engineering

Architect, builder, or engineer:

Unknown

Architectural Style:

Late Victorian, Renaissance, Other

Area of Significance:

Architecture, Exploration/Settlement, Commerce

Period of Significance:

1900-1924, 1925-1949

Owner:

Private , Local Gov't

Historic Function:

Commerce/Trade

Historic Sub-function:

Business, Specialty Store

Current Function:

Commerce/Trade, Government

Current Sub-function:

Business, Specialty Store

 

Wolverine Oil Company Drayage Barn (added 1998 - Building - #97001152)
Also known as Shell Oil Company Drainage Barn
OK 11, 3.5 mi. N of Avant, Avant

Historic Significance:

Event

Area of Significance:

Transportation, Industry

Period of Significance:

1900-1924, 1925-1949

Owner:

Private

Historic Function:

Industry/Processing/Extraction

Historic Sub-function:

Processing Site

Current Function:

Agriculture/Subsistence

Current Sub-function:

Agricultural Outbuildings

 

 

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