The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma, is a historical museum telling the fascinating story of the settlement and development of Northwest Oklahoma, beginning with the Land Run of 1893. Through interactive exhibits, research, events, and programs, the Heritage Center makes learning a fun and engaging experience for all ages.
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Brown Bag Lunch & Learn
Wednesday, September 9 Free to the Public!
Adam Lynn, Director of the Chisholm Trail Museum and the Seay mansion in Kingfisher, will share the history of Governor Seay who served as the second Territorial Governor of Oklahoma from 1892 to 1893. His three-story mansion, Horizon Hill, was built on fifteen acres of land purchased for $637.50 just outside of Kingfisher, OT. The mansion was completed in March of 1892 at the cost of approximately $11,000 to host dignitaries present for the opening of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Land Run.