McIntosh County Publications
- McIntosh County Memories, People -- Places -- Events Edited by C. W. "Dub" West (Publised by McIntosh County Historical Society.) Available for $25 through the Eufaula Memorial Library; 301 S. 1st; Eufaula, OK 74432-3201; (918) 689-2291. [ Additional Information ]
- Lake Eufaula Reflections By the Friends of the Library and editid by John Harkey. This book is a group of stories compiled by Eufaula Citizens about their memories of early Eufaula. On sale at the Library for $30
- Eufaula: A Pictorial History 1833 - 1993 a project done by the Main Street Project. It has pictures of early Eufaula to present day. On sale at the Chamber of Commerce.(918) 689-2791 64 Memorial Rd, Eufaula OK, 74432
- Checotah Historical Highlights by Yvonne Gamblin. $40 Available from the Checotah Landmark Preservation Society, Paul Carr Drive, Box721, Checotah, OK 74426 (918) 473-6377 [ Additional Informaton ]
- Checotah Masonic Lodge 100 Year History (1894 - 1994) I'm not aware of copies for sale, but there are copies in both the Eufaula and Checotah Libraries.
- “My Indian Territory School ” is a 496 page history of the Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, Creek Indian Nation town site of Hoffman and of the public schools once in operation there. A 212 page narrative provides an account of many events that took place there from around 1870 up to current times. Many of the events, buildings, and residents cited in the book are documented by a unique and highly personalized collection 377 photographs, facsimiles of selected documents, various mementos, or other graphic forms. Although the main focus is on the history of what was originally called the Hoffman Common School, several hundred former residents are pictured, as are many buildings, homes, landmarks, and key events. The intent of the author was to create a manuscript that would capture the look and feel of day-to-day life in one of the many town sites that were incorporated on the heels of the Oklahoma Land Rush. It is 496 pages long, hard bound in green (one of the school colors), and gold-lettered on the spine. Mickey J. “Mike” Martin THE FOWBLE PRESS , c/o 3217 S. Thomas Street, Visalia, CA 93292, PHONE: 1-559-802-3092 , E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org