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THE NEW
HISTORICAL CENTER

The 1893 Land Run new historical center will be constructed on the northwest corner of U. S. Highway 81 and Cherokee Street (east-west Main Street) in downtown Medford, Grant County, Oklahoma.  It will be a quality red brick building matching the exterior décor of the old existing buildings along Cherokee Street.  The building will be a modern long life structure designed with energy efficient standards and low maintenance.
    The new center will be multi-functional, providing for youth and adult education by preserving and artfully displaying, in a modern museum type setting, the history of the development of the 8,389,120 acres of public lands in the Cherokee Outlet of Northern Oklahoma, the largest land run