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Sasakwa, Oklahoma

Summary
Sasakwa is a town in Seminole County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 80 as of the 2020 census. History Sasakwa was originally located at a site west of the present townsite, where Governor John E Brown, Seminole, established a trading post, cotton gin, and 16 room mansion where he fed vagrants and poor. A post office was established in 1880, and took the name from that given his trading post by Gov John E Brown, from the Seminole word meaning "wild goose". Sasakwa Female Academy existed at Sasakwa from 1880 to 1892. At that time Sasakwa was part of the [not sure it was Creek, part of Seminole nation today] Nation in the Indian Territory. The site of the present town was moved to where the train station was located. In 1917, hundreds of men gathered on a farm near Sasakwa to protest the draft in World War I, an event called the Green Corn Rebellion. Geography Sasakwa is located at (34.947915, -
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