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A fawn poses at Lake of the Arbuckles in south central Oklahoma.  The lake is part of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area which offers camping, hiking, swimming and abundant wildlife viewing.
The Murray-Lindsay Mansion was the largest and most ornate home in the Chickasaw Nation area when it was built in 1880.  Today, visitors can tour the 15-room mansion filled with period antiques as well as a two-room schoolhouse which is on the property.
Historic downtown Ardmore lights up for Christmas and welcomes visitors to shop in unique boutiques and friendly, family-owned shops.
The amazing cascades of Turner Falls Park are a must see.  This scenic view from the overlook is just a few minutes off I-35 at the Davis exit in south central Oklahoma.
The historic buildings of downtown Sulphur create a nostalgic atmosphere in this friendly small town.
A serene moment is captured as the sun sets behind Tucker Tower Nature Center at Lake Murray State Park in south central Oklahoma.
When it was built, the Murray-Lindsay Mansion was the largest and most ornate house in the western Chickasaw Nation, containing 15 rooms, two baths, and four fireplaces. There is also a 1908 Pikes Peak two-room school house on-site which is open for tours.
Christmas lights brighten holiday spirits in the historic downtown area of Main Street in Ardmore.
Tucker Tower reflects on the still surface of Lake Murray during a colorful winter sunset.  Originally built as a summer retreat for the governor of Oklahoma, Tucker Tower is now part of Lake Murray State Park near Ardmore.
The historic downtown area of Sulphur is a beautiful sight as spring blossoms adorn the streetscape.
Ducks take to flight from the waters of a secluded area of Lake Murray in southern Oklahoma.  Lake Murray State Park is Oklahoma's oldest and largest state park.
An up-close look at the base of Turner Falls displays the beauty of the cascading waters at the bottom of the 77-foot falls in Davis.
Young cowboys get their first tastes of rodeoing with the mutton bustin' event, which is part of the Thunder in the Valley rodeo held in conjunction with the annual Brickfest celebration in Pauls Valley.
The fabulous Winstar World Casino in south central Oklahoma features gaming pavilions themed after the great cities of the world including Rome, Paris, Beijing, London and more.  The casino is the largest casino in the world.
The fishing on Lake Texoma is renowned  for striped bass like this one caught at Bridgeview Resort in Madill.
A Chickasaw re-enactor demonstrates archery techniques at the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur.
A bronze warrior stands on the grounds of the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur.
This colorful mural is displayed on a Main Street building in Sulphur.
Claude DeVoyd Hall, a Chickasaw freedmen, was the first African-American instructor at Freedom's school in Tishomingo. Pre-1906. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Gene Autry, the famous singing cowboy, on horseback. The crowd witnesses the town's name change from Berwyn to Gene Autry, Jan. 1, 1942. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
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