Ponca Oklahoma Museums
ConocoPhillips today announced plans to build museums in Bartlesville and Ponca City to commemorate the history of its Oklahoma heritage. The Conoco Museum in Pontiac City will be built on a vacant lot of ConcoPhillips's on the corner of East Main Street and West Sixth Street in the city.
The museum will be built on vacant land at the corner of East Main Street and West Sixth Street in the city. The museum is located just off I-35 in Pawhuska, with one leg on 177 to Ponca and the other on 60 to Paw Huska. Currently, visitors who use their GPS to get from Paw to I / 35 drive directly to the PonCA refinery in Paw. Heading east into the pile dwellings, the museum has an exit onto U Street and is just a few blocks from the old ConcoPhillips Refinery and Conoco Refineries.
Archival records are kept, including related items that were collected and donated to the museum. It is open daily from 10am to 5pm and on weekdays from 1pm to 5pm (see website www.marlandgrandhome.com). Just stop at the Osage County Courthouse on the west side of the Ponca River, just off I-35, near the intersection of U Street and Reed Road, where a staff member will give you a ticket and instructions on how to get to or from the ranch.
The collection at the American Folklife Center includes materials documenting the traditions of the Oklahoma Native Americans. Currently, the ODL collects resources from other tribes associated with tribes that have been removed from Oklahoma, such as the Ponca tribe in Oklahoma and the Cherokee Nation in Texas.
The museum also honors women who have made significant contributions to Oklahoma history and provides an insight into the daily lives that were common for historic Oklahoma residents.
The museum also highlights the life of oil tycoon E.W. Marland, who later became one of the world's largest oil companies and founder of the Phillips Oil Company. The Phillips Petroleum Company Museum tells the story of Lee Eldas Phillips, whose search for oil began as a young man in Ponca City, Oklahoma, in the early 20th century with the help of his father-in-law, Dr. Charles Phillips. He became the first chief executive of a major Oklahoma-based oil company in 1929 when he merged his company, the Phillips Company of Oklahoma (now Phillips & Co.), with its founder, E. W. W. Marlands, who built the PonCA City refinery there in 1918 for the Mar Landings Oil Company. At the time, it was the largest in Oklahoma, processing up to 195,000 barrels of crude oil a day.
The museum explores the mighty natural wonders of Oklahoma through several exhibits spanning 50,000 square feet, including the Conoco Oil Pioneers Exhibition. The museum is located next to the Pioneer Woman Statue and features numerous historical exhibits on Oklahoma's settlement and development.
The contents of the museum will be taken from the company archives and Bartlesville offices, which are currently maintained by the Oklahoma History Center, the largest and most comprehensive collection in Oklahoma history. The Native American Museum displays a variety of artifacts, artefacts and artifacts from the history of Oklahoma and the United States in general, from the early settlers to the present day. It will be designed by a design firm that is currently building the Oklahoma for History Center.
The museum will be located on Highway 60, south of the Ponca City Police Department and Oklahoma Department of Public Safety. Many Oklahoma City cities also have hidden gems, such as the Museum of Natural History in Oklahoma City. We also have a number of walking and cycling trails as well as a variety of parks and trails in and around PonCA City, along with many other attractions and attractions.
If you're planning a summer getaway, Ponca City is the perfect destination, just a short drive from the Oklahoma City subway station. The city is full of history, museums, shopping and lakes and will keep you busy morning and evening. PonCA City can also be a perfect destination for families on a budget, as it offers many inexpensive and free museums and parks.
The 101 Ranch Museum, which tells the story of the cowboy rodeo greats and their lives, is also located in the Marland Grand Home. Located in the heart of Ponca City, just a short drive from the Oklahoma City subway station, this hotel is one of Oklahoma's most popular tourist attractions.
The 10,000 square foot museum tells the story of Oklahoma women and how their bravery and strength helped to develop the state. This museum preserves the stories of women of all races, faiths, and nationalities who contributed to the development of Oklahoma. History of Oklahoma, "which tells compelling stories about Oklahoma's oil men and wildcats, offers students the opportunity to demonstrate the impact of energy and development on Oklahoma, and an interactive exhibit on the history of oil and gas.