Historic Downtown Poteau
Poteau, OK 74953
Downtown Poteau contains a great wealth of history, from the old Indian Territory Federal Courthouse to the twin offices of the Oklahoma Immigration Company. The city has been home to outlaws, bootleggers, railroad barons and wealthy merchants. It was even home to the Lakeview Landrun. Today, traces of this history can be seen throughout the old downtown district, from the old bank building that was robbed by Bonnie and Clyde to the Noble-Bird building, which housed one of the largest druggists in Eastern Oklahoma.
The McKenna Building, once home to the old Indian ...
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Located in the heart of downtown Poteau. From Hwy 271, turn east on to Dewey Ave, then turn north on Witte St. Located two doors down from the LeFlore County Museum.