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Cleveland County is situated in central
Oklahoma. Named for fomer President Grover Cleveland, the county lies in
the Red Bed Plains physiographic region except for the southern corner,
which is situated in the Sandstone Hills. The county's total land and
water area of 558.34 square miles is drained by the Little River and the
Canadian River, which forms the southern boundary. The county is
characterized by rolling prairies and rich river bottom soil. At the turn
of the twenty-first century incorporated towns included Etowah, Hall Park,
Lexington, Moore, Noble, Slaughterville and Norman, the county
At the turn of the twenty-first century
incorporated towns included Etowah, Hall Park, Lexington, Moore, Noble,
Slaughterville and Norman, the county seat.