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The Oklahoma Territorial Plaza is a six acre park located at 750 N. Main Street, just south of the intersection of Highway 33/US 177. It is a joint project of the City of Perkins, the Perkins Community Foundation, and the Oklahoma Territorial Plaza Trust. The Plaza incorporates many methods to interpret and exhibit the history, culture, and art of our community and the evolution of Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory into the State of Oklahoma.The focal point of the Plaza is two twelve-foot statues by Oklahoma artist Wayne Cooper. One statue is of Perkins resident, Frank “Pistol Pete” Eaton - cowboy, scout, deputy U. S. Marshal, author, and living model for the OSU Cowboy. The other statue is of Chief Nacheninga or “No Heart” of the Ioway Tribe. An outdoor museum includes the restored home of Frank "Pistol Pete" Eaton, a 1901 log cabin, a turn of the century barn built in 1907, as well as a one room schoolhouse. The Forman Antique Agriculture Exhibit will feature a steam engine, thrashing machine, and other antique farm implements. One of the most popular features is the splash park. A big hit with area children and a great way to cool off.
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