Oklahoma

Oklahoma became the 46th state on November 16, 1907. Oklahoma City is the state capital. There are currently 77 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – L

Adair County / Alfalfa County / Atoka County / Beaver County / Beckham County / Blaine County / Bryan County / Caddo County / Canadian County / Carter County / Cherokee County / Choctaw County / Cimarron County / Cleveland County / Coal County / Cotton County / Comanche County / Craig County / Creek County Custer County Delaware County / Dewey County / Ellis County / Garfield County / Garvin County / Grady County / Grant County / Greer County / Harmon County / Harper County / Haskell County / Hughes County / Jackson County / Jefferson County / Johnston County / Kay County / Kingfisher County / Kiowa County / Latimer County / Le Flore County / Lincoln County / Logan County / Love County

M – W

Major County / Marshall County / Mayes County / McClain County / McCurtain County / McIntosh County Murray County / Muskogee County / Noble County / Nowata County / Okfuskee County / Oklahoma County / Okmulgee County / Osage County / Ottawa County / Pawnee County / Payne County / Pittsburg County / Pontotoc County / Pottawatomie County / Pushmataha County / Roger Mills County / Rogers County / Seminole County / Sequoyah County / Stephens County / Texas County / Tillman County / Tulsa County / Wagoner County / Washington County / Washita County / Woods County / Woodward County 

 

Oklahoma Supreme Court