Coal County, Oklahoma
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Coordinator: Mel Owings

Centrahoma, on Hwy. 3, originally Owl was renamed in 1907 for it's central location in the county. It's first school began in 1892. Population grew to about 400, but the 1930's brought crop failure to this farming community, and farmers began to leave.

Ethel Taylor 1997




  Centrahoma 1999 Photo Album
  Centrahoma Cemetery Album

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