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Miller Court House, Oklahoma
... Miller Court House was the first post office located in what is now Oklahoma, United States ... It was located in what was then Miller County, Arkansas Territory ... Miller Court House (or Miller Courthouse) was the county seat of old Miller County ...
Miller County, Arkansas Territory
... Miller County was a county that existed from April 1, 1820 to 1838, first as part of Arkansas Territory and later the State of Arkansas ... It was named for James Miller, the first governor of the Arkansas Territory ... county, to be called and known by the name of the county of Miller ...

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