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Green Country Christian Camp
Muskogee, OK  
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Muskogee is a city in Muskogee County, Oklahoma, United States. It is the county seat of Muskogee County, and home to Bacone College. The population was 38,310 at the 2000 census, making it the eleventh-largest city in Oklahoma. It is sometimes referred informally among its residents as "the 'Gee." Main article: History of Muskogee French fur traders were believed to have established a temporary village near Muskogee in 1806, but the first permanent settlement was established in 1817 on the south bank of the Verdigris River, north of Muskogee. The Creek Indians and their slaves relocated to the area after the passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830 under President Andrew Jackson. Muskogee became the site of the Indian Agency, a two-story stone building where the heads of the Five Civilized Tribes met. Today it serves as a museum at the top of Agency Hill, in Honor Heights Park, on the west side of Muskogee. In 1872, the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad was extended to the area. A federal court was established in the city in 1889 around the same time that Indian Territory was opened to settlers via land rushes. The city was incorporated on March 19, 1898. Business section c. 1910 Ohio native Charles N. Haskell moved to the city in March 1901. He took a quiet town of more than 4,000 people to a center...