State & County Maps of Oklahoma

Maps of Oklahoma are a great resource to help learn about a place at a particular point in time. Old Oklahoma maps are effective sources of geographical information and useful for historical, genealogical and territorial research.

Our collection of Oklahoma maps includes many different historic and modern types of maps. The maps date from the 19th century to the present and include:

State Map of Oklahoma County Boundaries and County Seats
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State Map of Oklahoma County Boundaries and County Seats
  • Oklahoma Township maps, including maps showing the progress of the original government surveys
  • Oklahoma Road, Highway and railroad maps
  • Oklahoma Maps showing the state’s geological features
  • Oklahoma timeline of county boundaries changes
  • Oklahoma Military maps
  • Oklahoma Maps of specific towns, counties and bodies of water
  • Territorial era maps of Oklahoma
  • Bird’s eye views of Oklahoma cities and towns

Historical Maps of Oklahoma are a great resource to help learn about a place at a particular point in time. Oklahoma Maps are vital historical evidence but must be interpreted cautiously and carefully.

There are plat maps and other records for some of land allotments from 1889 to 1906 at the Oklahoma Historical Society’s Indian Archives.

There are many plat maps of Oklahoma, case entry files and original tract books at the BLM. The New Mexico State Office for the BLM houses plat maps and tract book copies. There are 72 volumes of Oklahoma Federal Tract Books at the Oklahoma Historical Society.

When the Native Americans were given land allotments in 1889. The National Archives in Fort Worth, Texas and the BIA in Muskogee, Oklahoma each hold some of the original plat maps and land descriptions for the Native Americans land allotments in 1889.

Both the National Archives and the Santa Fe, New Mexico BLM have copies of the plat maps and tract books. Seventy-two Oklahoma Federal Tract Books are on microfilm at the Oklahoma Historical Society.

Old Historical Atlas Maps of Oklahoma

This Historical Oklahoma Map Collection are from original copies. Most historical maps of Oklahoma were published in atlases and spans over 175 years of growth for the state.

Some Oklahoma maps years have cities, railroads, P.O. locations, township outlines, and other features useful to the Oklahoma researcher.

1827 State Map of Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma
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Finley’s 1827 State Map of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Missouri

  • Map Date: 1827
  • Map Locations: Arkansas, Indiana, Missouri and Oklahoma
  • Map Publication: A New General Atlas, Comprising a Complete Set of Maps, representing the Grand Divisions of the Globe, Together with the several Empires, Kingdoms and States in the World; Compiled from the Best Authorities, and corrected by the Most Recent Discoveries, Philadelphia, 1827.
  • Map Type: National Atlas
  • Map Cartographer: Anthony Finley (1784 – 1836)
1836 Map of the  Indian Territories by Everett
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Everett’s 1836 Map of the Indian Territories

1880 State, County and Township Map of Indiana and Ohio
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Mitchell’s 1880 State, County and Township Map of Indiana and Ohio

  • Map Date: 1880 (Entered 1879)
  • Map Locations: Ohio and Indiana
  • Map Publication: Mitchell’s New General Atlas
  • Map Type: World Atlas
  • Map Cartographer: Samuel Augustus Mitchell Jr. (1827-1901)
1890 Map Of Indian Territory And Oklahoma
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1890 Map Of Indian Territory And Oklahoma

  • Map Date: 1890
  • Map Locations: Oklahoma and Indian Territory
  • Map Publication:
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  • Map Cartographer: United States Census Bureau

Map of Oklahoma County Formations 1819-1912

This Interactive Map of Oklahoma Counties show the historical boundaries, names, organization, and attachments of every county, extinct county and unsuccessful county proposal from the creation of the Oklahoma territory in 1819 to 1912.

Oklahoma County Maps of Road and Highway’s

The Oklahoma D.O.T. Highway Department has prepared a series of 2003 county road maps. These maps contain more detailed information about man-made features than the geological survey maps.

In addition to roads and boundaries, these maps include rural communities, churches, and cemeteries. These Oklahoma maps are Free to downloade are in PDF format.

External Oklahoma Map Resources

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