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Founded in 1907
Cimarron is the western third of what was designated as “District Seven,” comprising “No-Man’s-Land”, under the Organic Act.
The name Cimarron was given to the county from the river Cimarron. 
It is the most western county of the state and has an area of approximately 1,450 square miles, most of which is high plains land.
The average altitude is 3,000 feet.
It has a taxable farm area of 275,672 acres.
Live stock raising is the principal industry.
Population, 1907: 5,927 -- 1910: 4,553

Source:  The Oklahoma Red Book, Vol. II, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 1912

Cimarron County is the only county in the United States that borders on four states: Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Texas.
Its county seat is Boise City
The 2000 census shows it has the smallest population of any county in Oklahoma, with a population of 3,148. 


Boise City; Burton; Castaneda; Conrad; Felt; Griggs; Hopkins; Kenton; Keyes; Mexhoma; Regnier; Sturgis; Wheeless

      Cimarron County, Oklahoma Data


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County History

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Wills / Probate Records


March 2018 - Obits 3 were added

September 2017 - Obits - 5 were added

March 2016 - Births - James Allen; Obits - Branstine; Henson; Hood; Finney; Kelley; Ogston & Wimbley

February 2016 - News - School News & Obits were added

December 2015 - Military - List of Mothers & Widows of American Soldiers, Sailors & Marines Entitled to Pilgrimage to War Cemeteries in Europe

October 2015 - Bios - Joseph Brown; Robert French & Zilpha McClain

July 2015 - Obits - 14 were added; 3 marriage notices were added and 1 family reunion

June 2015 - Marriages - Walker & Gahman; Sick List: Adee; Gentry; Lowery; Purcell; Sampsel; Stingberger's; Stringfellow; Obits - Dixon; Kimler; Lucas; Payne; Plunkett; Wells; News- Accidents & Fires - Little Ralston house burns


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