Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 81000468
Historic Name SEMINOLE WHIPPING TREE
Description of Significance THE WHIPPING TREE IS SIGNIFICANT BECAUSE IT IS THE ONLY REMAINING SYMBOL OF THE SEMINOLE TRIBE'S LATE NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH-CENTURY MANNER OF DISPENSING JUSTICE. NR LISTED ON 5/22/81
Current Name SAME
Address 100 BLOCK WEWOKA AVENUE
City WEWOKA
County SEMIMOLE
Lot 12
Block 22
Current Section
Township
Range
Type O OBJECT
Historic Function 99 OTHER
Current Function 99 OTHER
Area Signficance 1 280 SOCIAL HISTORY
Area Significance 2
Date Prepared 12/80
Year Built
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder
Architectural Style 98 UNAPPLICABLE
Roof Material UNAPPLICABLE
Wall Material UNAPPLICABLE
Window Material UNAPPLICABLE
Door Material UNAPPLICABLE
Decorative Details
Condition
Comments
Restricted N