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Traditional dance is an important part of the Kiowa Black Leggings Warrior Society Ceremonial held in Anadarko each year.
Chopped barbecue beef sandwiches are popular menu items at Jigg's Smokehouse in Clinton.
Boys wade in Lake Elmer Thomas as they enjoy a gorgeous sunset.  Set amidst the ancient and scenic Wichita Mountains, the Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area, known as LETRA, offers cabins, campsites, swim beaches and a variety of outdoor recreation activities.
The Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway in southwest Oklahoma allows visitors to drive right to the top of Mount Scott where they can park and take in the panoramic views over the rugged Wichita Mountains.
The sandstone walls of Red Rock Canyon are a favorite among rapellers and form a colorful backdrop for outdoor activities.
The sun sinks behind the hills surrounding Lake Lawtonka near Lawton creating a vivid sunset scene.
John Henry and Martha Emma Anderson pose with a grandchild on their porch in the former community of Red Moon, Oklahoma Territory.  The Andersons settled the area during the Cheyenne-Arapaho Land Run of 1892.  Red Moon is now a ghost town near present-day Cheyenne in western Oklahoma's Roger Mills County.
George and Betsy Graves brought their family to Oklahoma Territory to participate in the Cheyenne-Arapaho Land Run of 1892.  They homesteaded along the banks of the Washita River in Roger Mills County near the present-day town of Cheyenne and posed for this photo in 1899.
Mount Scott, located in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is a great destination for family fun.  Visitors can drive to the top of Mount Scott, park their car and get out for an afternoon of boulder hopping, hiking and great views.
Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle led a group of Southern Cheyenne who were camped along the banks of the Washita River in western Oklahoma in 1868 when the peaceful village was attacked at dawn by Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and his troops.  The site of this massacre is memorialized today at the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site in the town of Cheyenne.  Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer led troops during an 1868 dawn surprise attack on the village of Cheyenne Peace Chief Black Kettle on the banks of the Washita River in what is now western Oklahoma.  The historic massacre is interpreted at the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site in Cheyenne.  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.
Stunning fall foliage makes the views from atop Mount Scott come alive with color.  Located within the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Mount Scott offers visitors the opportunity to drive to the summit and get out for panoramic views over the surrounding countryside.
Fall foliage brightens the hillsides along Cache Creek in the area known as The Narrows in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton.  The area is a favorite among hikers.
Cheyenne on May 30, 1894. Photo is part of the Chris and Daisy Kimbill Collection. Courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
The exterior of the new Hotel Iron in Cordell, 1898. On balcony, left to right is Anna Varnum, Agnes Gudenough and Franklin Gudenough. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Historical Society.
Meers Store & Restaurant is a popular stop for motorcyclists traveling along the Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway.  Stop here and be rewarded with all-American burgers, barbecue and beer.
The National Route 66 & Transportation Museum in Elk City is part of the Old Town Museum Complex.  In addition to Route 66 history and nostalgia, the Old Town Museum Complex features a variety of individual buildings that each house mini-museums chronicling Oklahoma life around the turn of the 20th Century.
The massive, neon Route 66 sign shines bright outside of the National Route 66 & Transportation Museum in Elk City.
A cow buffalo grazes at the Wichita Mountains National Refuge in Lawton.  Free-ranging buffalo herds can usually be seen by visitors throughout the park from the road.
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