(KFOR) A National Park in Guthrie, Oklahoma is a hard place to visit, but not because of its remote location.
It’s 100 square feet, located behind the Guthrie Post Office, and its story goes back to the original Land Office that occupied this spot in the Land Run of 1889.
Town fathers eventually wanted a nice little memorial to help tell the Land Run story.
In 1907 they had the city clerk draw up a document that set aside a chunk of land for something suitable.
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