McClain County Real Estate
About McClain County
The Chickasaw tribe moved into the McClain County area around 1837, the land had already been assigned to the Choctaws by the U.S. government. In 1855, the area became part of the Chickasaw Nation after the two tribes officially separated. The County then became part of Ponotoc County until Oklahoma attained statehood. Considered the “Heart of Oklahoma”, Purcell was the starting point for the Land Run of 1889 and the establishment of Oklahoma Territory.
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