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Oklahoma County is the name of an area once known as Oklahoma County. It was originally home to members of the Southern Plains' indigenous tribes. However, the Seminoles and Creeks would eventually take over the territory after they had been removed from their ancestral lands in Southeastern USA.
The land was taken out of tribal control by the US government in Reconstruction era agreements in 1866 between the Seminole, Creek, and Creek nations. However, it was not given to any other tribal governments. This led to the unassigned land being called the Unassigned Lands. The US federal government had a land run in 1889 for the Unassigned Lands, which resulted in the rapid settlement of this area.
Oklahoma County, which was known as "County Two" in 1890, was one of seven counties created by the Organic Act of1890.
From the beginning, county business was conducted in a building located at the intersection of California Avenue and Robinson Street. This changed when the first Oklahoma County Courthouse was built at 520 West Main Street in 1900. The county government moved to 321 Park Avenue in 1937. It is now the county courthouse.