After: November 16, 1907

Pittsburg County, Oklahoma

1855 to November 16, 1907

Tobucksy County

Moshulatubbee District, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory

Formed November 16, 1907, Pittsburg County is located in the rolling hills of Southeastern Oklahoma. McAlester is the county seat and economic hub of the area, located at the crossings of State Highways 69 and 270.
Prior to statehood, roughly the same geographical area was known as Tobucksy County, Moshulatubbee District, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory. Perryville was the county seat for Tobucksy County.
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Mark you calendars for September 27th, the McAlester library will be having a Genealogy lock-in. See Kathy McGilberry at the library for the details, registration starts August 20 and there is already a line. There is a limit on the number we can support, so get in early.

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