OKLAHOMA PHOTOS

This gallery of Oklahoma photos will immerse you in the state's rich visual experience. With over a thousand Oklahoma photos, you'll find images of everything from rugged landscapes and iconic buffalo herds to top tourist attractions and the soaring skylines of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. Click on any thumbnail to launch the photo viewer and browse beautiful Oklahoma photos. Or, use the search bar at the bottom of the page to find pictures by category and search for photos by keywords.

The hills surrounding the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site stand as silent sentinels.
The visitor center at the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, near Cheyenne.  This site marks the spot where Chief Black Kettle's village was surprised and massacred by George Custer's cavalry unit.
Bull Foot Station in Hennessey, once a re-supply stop on the Chisholm Trail, is now a park with a cattle drive sculpture garden.
The Marlow brothers - known by Western movie aficionados as the sons of Katie Elder - were accused of rustling cattle on the Chisholm Trail, as documented on this monument in Marlow.
Trail crossing markers are a common site along Highway 81, which generally follows the route of the famous Chisholm Trail.
Mysterious ancient carvings believed to have been made by Vikings are on display at Heavener Runestone Park in Heavener.
Guthrie, a city of tents, 10 days after the April 22, 1889 opening. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
A Cheyenne village near a colony in the 1890s. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The Cherokee Strip Land Run on Sept. 16, 1893. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The beginning of the Cherokee Outlet Land Opening. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
U.S. soldiers at Fort Gibson for protection of records of Dawes Commission. Photo taken by Aylesworth, now part of the Aylesworth Album Collection. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Faculty and students pose for a photo in front of the Jones Academy located 4 miles northeast of Hartshorne in the late 1890s. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Looking west on California Avenue in Oklahoma City. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
A 1901 view of the Crescent School in Taloga. The photo was taken by John V. Dedrick and used as a postcard. It's now part of the Fred J. Acton Collection. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
A scene of Guthrie at only 10 days old. Photo taken by William S. Prettyman of Arkansas City, Kan., now part of the Spencer Hilton Collection. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The town of Guthrie celebrates Pioneer Day April 1912 with a parade on Oklahoma Avenue. The photo, dubbed "Six Yore Oxen and a Prairie Schooner," is part of the Frederick S. Barde Collection. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The Interurban Streetcar makes its way through the streets of the bustling town of El Reno in 1915.  Today, the Heritage Express Trolley runs a nostalgic route through El Reno.  Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The faculty of the Tuskahoma Female Academy in Pushmataha County posed for this photo in April of 1902.  The school educated the girls of the Choctaw Nation from 1892 until it burned in 1925.  Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical  Society.
The Zion Church Settlement School was located about 10 miles west of McAlester, Indian Territory and was the first school taught by Mrs. Mary Choate.  The Choctaw students that attended the school in 1889 posed for this photo.  Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Main Street in downtown Cheyenne as it was in 1899.  This photo was taken seven years after the area was settled by the Cheyenne & Arapaho land run of 1892 and eight years prior to statehood.  Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
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