406 EAST OKLAHOMA AVENUE
GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA 73044
405.282.1889
The mission of the Oklahoma Territorial Museum
is to preserve the heritage of Oklahoma through the
collection and interpretation of archival and material
culture to present the development and influence of urban
institutions. The museum documents the creation of the
Unassigned Lands, the Land Run of 1889, the homestead
experience, and territorial and state government. The
history of Guthrie is told as the capital city of the territorial
government and the first state capital.
OKLAHOMA  TERRITORIAL MUSEUM MISSION
CARNEGIE LIBRARY MISSION
The mission of the Historic Carnegie Library
is to collect and preserve the heritage of
Oklahoma through the collection and
interpretation of archival and material culture
of the Guthrie Carnegie Library that presents
the history of and the culture surrounding
Carnegie Libraries in Oklahoma, Statehood
Days, the City of Guthrie, Excelsior Library
and the Oklahoma Preservation Movement.
The library also serves as a resource to foster
educational opportunities for the community.
At 9:16 am
on November 16, 1907
Oklahoma was
admitted into the United
States of America as the
46th state.

This flag hangs in the
OK Territorial Museum
and is one of the first flags
to display Oklahoma's
46th star.
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