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FMIG Bullet The Tillman County Historical Museum was founded to preserve artifacts and information about Tillman County, Oklahoma. Housed in the old Horse Creek School, it lies adjacent to the old Frisco line in downtown Frederick. The Historical Society published two books about the history of Tillman County's people (Book I) and about it's businesses, churches, and schools (Book II). Horse Creek School
FMIG Bullet The county's residents have donated historical buildings and many artifacts which are on display. Additionally, the museum boasts Frederick's old Frisco Depot, a barn, and many farming implements. Admission is free. The museum sells annual memberships, postcards, and memorabilia to support the museum. New members are both welcome and appreciated.

Old Frederick Depot

FMIG Bullet A few of the museum's displays:

  • household items

  • horse drawn fire equipment

  • horse drawn farming implements

  • wagons

  • 1916 Case Tractor

Rebuilt Frederick Depot

FMIG Bullet Hours: Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday, 2:00-4:00 p.m. and other days by appointment. To arrange special tours, call 580-335-7541, 335-2989, or 335-2805 evenings and weekends.

For more information visit the museum at

Tillman County Historical Museum
201 North 9th Street
Frederick, Oklahoma 73542

or send e-mail to:

Bradford Lee Benson (bradbenson@pldi.net)

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