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Coal County was formed from the Choctaw Nation, the name being derived from the fact that coal underlies a large
part of the county and is one of the chief sources of industry.
Its area is 522 square miles.
The surface is rolling and mining and agriculture are the principal industries.
[ The Oklahoma Red Book, Vol. II, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - 1912]
The county seat is Coalgate
Cities and Towns
* Bromide * Cario * Centrahoma * Clarita * Coalgate * Cottonwood
* Lehigh * Olney * Phillips * Tupelo
* Hughes County (north)
* Pittsburg County
* Atoka County
(east & south)
* Johnston County
* Pontotoc County
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