Broken Arrow is a city located in the northeastern part of the U.S. state of Oklahoma, primarily in ... of Tulsa and about five miles north of the thlee-Kawtch- kuh settlement and named the new town site Broken Arrow, after the Indian settlement.
In 1826, when the Creeks came to Indian Territory, they retained the old names for their communities. The Creek Indian settlement of Broken Arrow was situated ...
When the white man came to America, the Muskogee (Creek) Indians were ... When they were removed to Indian Territory in Oklahoma, The Broken Arrow ...
The Broken Arrow Expressway and Seventy-first Street are the major roads in the area. In 1836 the Muscogee (Creek) Indians became the first permanent ...
Indian Springs features two beautiful 18-hole courses for the true golf enthusiast. ... these courses stretch over 400 acres of beautiful land in Broken Arrow, OK.
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234 acres neighborhood park located at the south end of the city; one-half mile south of Elm Place on Jasper Street (131st Street), east of Aspen Avenue (145th ...
Broken Arrow, OK. What Indian Springs neighbors are talking about ... Nextdoor members in Broken Arrow share concerts, street fairs, garage sales, community ...