In 1895, the Oklahoma Congressional Association chartered a school in Kingfisher, Oklahoma on some 120 acres of land. It was the "Kingfisher College."
It would be in place until 1927 when the Pentecostal Holiness Church of Oklahoma (under the aupices of the East Oklahoma Conference) resettled 'King's College' there from Checotah and threr it remained until the depression closed it in 1935.
Today a historical marker identifies the place where the once grand citadel of education graced the countryside of Kingfisher county.


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