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for Democratic presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan, a
contributor to the
1907 Oklahoma Constitution, Bryan County is located in the
south-central portion of the state. Bordering on the east is Choctaw
County, on the north are Atoka and Johnston counties, on the west is
Marshall County, and on the south is the Red River and Texas. Bryan is
separated from Marshall County by the Roosevelt Bridge and Lake Texoma.
Covering a total land and water area of 943.43 square miles, Bryan
County lies in the Coastal Plains physiographic region, within the Red
River watershed, with major drainage
provided by the Blue River. The Washita River, formerly flowing
north-south between Bryan and Marshall counties, is now impounded in
Lake Texoma. The county is served by U.S. Highways 69/75 north-south
and 70 east-west. At the beginning of the twenty-first century twelve
incorporated towns existed in the county: Armstrong, Bennington,
Bokchito, Caddo, Calera, Colbert, Durant (County Seat), Hendrix, Kemp,
Kenefic, Mead, and Silo.
It is also home to the headquarters of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma located
County consists of 10 Townships: Albany, Bennington, Bokchito, Brown,
Caddo, Calera, Colbert, Kemp, Matoy, and Speairs Townships. It is the
only county in the United States named for Populist politician William
CITIES & TOWNS
Achille; Armstrong; Bennington; Bokchito; Cado; Calera; Cartwright; Colbert; Durant; Hendrix; Kenefic; Mead; Platter; Selo