Washita Battlefield National Historic Site
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Tax credits helped transform this hotel into homes for low-income seniors.
Fort Reno saw battle with American Indians, was home to Buffalo Soldiers, and bred Army horses.
Attucks School served as the only African American secondary school in Craig County before desegregation.
Local citizens, governments, and organizations collaborate to protect the northeast Oklahoma's environment and culture.
Surplus Corps of Engineers land becomes a state wildlife area.
Sip the cool natural spring waters of Chickasaw National Recreation Area, or let the current carry you down one of its many rivers and streams.
These numbers are just a sample of the National Park Service's work. Figures are for the fiscal year that ended 9/30/13.