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Creek Tulsa Council Oak
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The Creek Council Oak was chosen in 1836 as the center of worship and community by transplanted Creek Indians who had just finished the Tail of Tears. This post oak on a hill overlooking the Arkansas River was a large tree in 1836 and is healthy and growing in 2012. It survived a severe ice storm in 2007 with no damage, as did it's offspring while there was widespread significant damage in Tulsa to many thousands of trees.
Copyright: Andy Martin
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Uploaded: 17/05/2012
Updated: 21/05/2012
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