Local author shares story

By ASHLEY WOLSTONCROFT Free-Lance Editor Have you ever eaten spoiled food?  Billy and his dog, Saber know all about the dangers of eating unfamiliar foods, in Rachael Sweeden’s children’s book, “Pickleberry Bloat.” The story is about a boy and his Read More …

Oklahoma Indian Bikers visits Museum

  Charles Bronco, Oklahoma Indian Bikers visited the Henryetta Territorial Museum to express appreciation for the Henryetta Historical Society’s support during the Run For The Wall (www.rftw.us) Sunday, May 20, 2017 in Clearview, OK.  Charles was the organizer for the Read More …

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Do You Know?

Do you know what special event in Henryetta history that this picture was taken? Please leave your comments. MORE TO COME BECAUSE HISTORY IS STILL FUN!  

History of Henryetta

Henryetta Historical Society - Henryetta Territorial Museum

  Beginnings Henryetta began when Hugh Henry arrived in the area in 1885 and discovered coal in the creeks. The land where he pitched his tent belonged to the Creek Nation, 1 of the 5 Civilized Tribes. Since he was part Read More …

Keeping up with the latest advances

Henryetta Historical Society and Henryetta Territorial Museum

Free-Lancing Around Henryetta by Nancy Miller Henryetta Free-Lance Friday, May 12, 2017 If you haven’t been dallying around amongst the pages of Facebook lately, this may perhaps come as a surprise to you.  Changes have come to the Henryetta Historical Read More …