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Located in east-central Oklahoma, Creek County is bordered by Pawnee County on
the north, Tulsa and Okmulgee counties on the east, Okfuskee County on the south, and Lincoln and Payne counties
on the west. Moman Pruiett, special delegate to the 1906 Oklahoma Constitutional Convention, wanted to name the
county Moman, in honor of his mother. However, when the county was established at 1907 statehood, it was named
for the Creek tribe. Formerly part of the Creek Nation, Indian Territory, the county lies within the Sandstone
Hills physiographic region. With 969.77 square miles of land and water, the county is drained by the Cimarron River,
tributaries of the Arkansas River, and the Deep Fork and the Little Deep Fork of the North Canadian River.
Cities and Towns
* Bristow * Depew * Drumright * Kellyville * Kiefer * Lawrence Creek
* Mannford * Mounds * Oakhurst * Oilton * Sapulpa * Shamrock * Slick * Stroud
The county seat is Sapulpa