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April 22, 1889
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The area that is now Logan County, and in fact, all of Oklahoma, was part
of the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. Between 1803 and 1830, the area changed
hands between the Osage, Choctaw and Quapaw tribes, with the panhandle area
under the control of Spain. From 1830 to 1855, the area of Oklahoma was known
as Indian Territory, belonging to the Cherokee, Creek, Seminole, Choctaw and
Chickasaw Nations. The panhandle area came under the control of the United
States in 1850, and was considered as No Man's Land.
|An extensive history of Logan County can be found in The Logan County History, Volumes I and II, as compiled by Helen Freudenberger Holmes.|
At Logan County Genealogical Society
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|Logan County Statistics|
|Total||749 sq mi (1,940 km2)|
|Land||744 sq mi (1,928 km2)|
|Water||4 sq mi (12 km2) , 0.60%|
|Density||46/sq mi (18/km2)|
|Time zone||Central: UTC-6/-5|
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