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Creek Council Oak Tree

18th St. and Cheyenne Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma USA

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It was under the Creek Council Oak Tree in 1836 that the Lochapoka Creek Indians kindled a ceremonial fire using live coals they had carried from their Alabama homeland. This oak was Tulsa's first town hall, first conference room, first church and first court of law. This tree symbolizes the spirit of Tulsa's early settlers.

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Creek Council Oak Tree

18th St. and Cheyenne Ave.
Tulsa, Oklahoma
USA

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