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Depew, Oklahoma
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The town of Depew, Oklahoma was established in 1901 on land purchased for $10.00 per acre. The town was named after Chauncey Depew, a United States Senator from New York. Within a few years Depew had a population of over 500 people. By the mid 1920's there were two banks; the Depew National Bank and the State National Bank; three lumberyards, two drugstores, a dentist, three grocery stores, two barbershops, two mechanic shops, a pipe yard, three service stations, one baker, a Ford automobile dealership which later became a Chevrolet dealership, two indoor theaters, two hardware stores, two cotton gins, four hotels, and a funeral home.
Nowadays Depew is nearly a ghost town, a fate shared by many small farm-oriented communities. Due to dramatic increases in agricultural productivity fewer people are required to run the nation’s farms and grow foodstuffs for our country and export. Seeking opportunity most farm children move to larger cities. As a result, rural populations have declined and towns such as Depew have become shadows of their former selves.

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