Nathan Boone Mural

The Picture Place Building
516 Oklahoma Blvd
Alva, OK 73717
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Nathan Boone Mural

Address:
The Picture Place Building
516 Oklahoma Blvd
Alva, OK 73717
Phone:
580-327-1647
Office Fax:
580-327-6848

In 2011, Alva Mural Society commissioned artists Robbie Pierce and Don Prechtel to create a mural highlighting the journey of Nathan Boone, Daniel Boone’s youngest son, through Woods County. As portrayed in this “Nathan Boone” mural, explorer and military officer Nathan visited the Cimarron River salt flats west of Freedom, Oklahoma on July 1, 1843. While here, the Boone party led an exploration force of Dragoons from Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Today, the salt flats are part of the Cargill solar salt production facility.

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