Maps of Oklahoma

Map of Oklahoma Counties

Map of Oklahoma county boundaries and county seats

Maps of Oklahoma are an vital area of family history research, particularly in the event you live faraway from where your ancestor resided. Due to the fact Oklahoma political boundaries often changed, historic maps are generally significant in assisting you find out the precise location of your ancestor’s home, what land they owned, who his or her neighbors happen to be, and much more.

Maps  of Oklahoma often tend to be an exceptional reference for getting started with your own research, simply because they provide considerably useful information and facts instantly. Oklahoma Maps can be a major source of important amounts of information and facts on family history.

Oklahoma borders Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico and  Texas. Oklahoma’s 10  largest cities  are Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Lawton, Broken Arrow, Edmond, Moore, Midwest City, Enid and Stillwater. Learn more about Historical Facts of Oklahoma Counties.

Contact us if you have a map of Oklahoma or link to a Oklahoma Map you would like to see listed.

Interactive Map of Oklahoma County Formation History

(Oklahoma maps made with the use AniMap Plus 3.0 & with the Permission of the Goldbug Company)

Old Antique Atlases & Maps of Oklahoma

These are scanned from the original copies so you can see Oklahoma and Oklahoma counties as our ancestors saw them over a hundred years ago. Some Oklahoma maps years (not all) have cities, railroads, P.O. locations, township outlines and other features useful to the avid genealogist in Oklahoma.

Disclaimer: All Oklahoma maps are free to use for your own genealogical purposes and may not be reproduced for resale or distribution.Source: David Rumsey Historical Map Collection

D.O.T. County Road and Highway Maps of Oklahoma

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation is pleased to provide highly detailed county maps online. These maps contain more detailed information about man-made features than the geological survey maps. In addition to roads and boundaries, these maps include rural communities, churches, and cemeteries.

To View the Map: Just click the Image to view the map online. In order to make the Image size as small as possible they were save on the lowest resolution.

These maps are downloadable and are in PDF format (Images are between 500k and 1.5 meg so loading may be slow if using a dial-up connection). The main use of these are the locations of all known cemeteries in a county and of course the various roads and church locations. These Maps are Free to Download

Oklahoma Map Links