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Category:Miller Brothers 101 Ranch

English: Miller Brothers 101 Ranch — formerly centered in Kay County, Oklahoma.
  • A former 110,000-acre (45,000 ha) cattle ranch founded in 1892 in the Oklahoma Indian Territory before statehood.
  • Birthplace of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show, and one of the early focal points of the oil rush in northeastern Oklahoma.
  • After the Miller family’s bankruptcy, the ranch's land was subdivided by the federal Farm Security Administration in the 1940s, and since then almost all of its buildings have been demolished or destroyed by fires.
  • The site is a National Historic Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Miller Brothers 101 Ranch 
human settlement in Ponca City, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Miller Brothers 101 Ranch (it); Miller Brothers 101 Ranch (de); Miller Brothers 101 Ranch (en); میلر برادرز ۱۰۱ رنچ (fa); 米勒兄弟101牧場 (zh); Miller Brothers 101 Ranch (nl) établissement humain, Ponca City, Oklahoma, États-Unis (fr); human settlement in Ponca City, Oklahoma, United States of America (en)

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