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Chouteau, OK 74337

Camper safety, growth & development are top priorities. Noncompetitive, esteem-building programs that are age-tailored.

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Chouteau, OK 74337
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Chouteau, OK
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Camp Fire Girls

Chouteau, OK
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Mayes County Statistics

According to the U.S. Census Bureau , the county has a total area of 684 square miles , of which 656 square miles is lan.


About Mayes County, OK

Mayes County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma . It was named for Samuel Houston Mayes , Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation from 1895 to 1899. According to the 2010 census the population was 41,259, a 7.5 percent increase from 2000, when the population was 38,369. Its county seat is Pryor Creek, Oklahoma .

According to the Encyclopedia of Oklahoma and Culture , the area covered by what is now Mayes County has many prehistoric sites. There is evidence of human habitation dated before 6,000 B. C., plus 35 Archaic sites , 25 Woodland sites and 31 Plains Village sites (1000 A. D. to 1500 A. D. French voyageurs roamed the area in the early 18th Century, giving French names to many of the waterways and other local sites. Jean Pierre Chouteau established a trading post at the location of the present town of Salina , where he chiefly traded with the Osage tribe that had settled in the vicinity. Union Mission, near the present day town of Chouteau, Oklahoma was established in 1820. Rev. Samuel Worcestor set up the first printing press in this part of the United States at Union Mission in 1835. In 1828, members of the Western Cherokee Nation began arriving in the area from their former lands in Arkansas . The Eastern Cherokee, who were...


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