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Alfalfa County, Oklahoma


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Statistics & Facts

The Oklahoma state capital is Oklahoma City.
The population of Aline is approximately 295 (1990), 207 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 156 (1990), 97 (2010).
The amount of land area in Aline is 0.684 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Aline to Washington DC is 1226 miles.
The distance to the Oklahoma state capital is 89 miles. (as the crow flies)
Aline is positioned 36.50 degrees north of the equator and 98.44 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Aline average annual rainfall is 27 inches per year
Aline average annual snowfall is 10 inches per year.
The average winter temperature is 42 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 84 degrees F.


in the southwestern part of Alfalfa County in northwest Oklahoma. Here is a location page for Aline.
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seasonal. The first killing frost usually occurs around October 30th. The growing season is about 220 days long.
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History & History Related Items

Aline was established as a post office two miles south of the present town, April 27, 1894, named for the postmaster's daughter, Aline Hartshorn. When the railroads came the town moved to the present site. Aline is situated in the valley of the Eagle Chief Creek, a tributary of the Cimarron River.

Aline is located in Alfalfa County, which was named after Alfalfa Bill Murray, President of the Constitutional Convention--later Governor of the State. The county is rectangular in shape, including 867 square miles, or 565,760 acres.

Aline is known for being part of the Cherokee Outlet (Strip), settled by the greatest land run in history on September 16, 1893.

Here is a history page for Aline.

The Alfalfa County Historical Museum is located in Cherokee, the county seat.
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Learn all about Aline, Oklahoma

Visit or move to Aline and experience: Low population density, Low crime rates, Low living expenses, Dependable, high quality, patron-owned telephone service, Low property taxes, Low state taxes, Excellent ground source water availability, and Dependable, affordable electric service
Aline is not far from important places. It is 20 minutes to primary health & dental care, 20 minutes to pharmacies, 30 minutes to two tertiary health care facilities, 30-45 minutes to three vo-tech schools, 30-45 minutes to two university campuses, 30-45 minutes to two lakes, 1 hour or less drive to many scenic & historical sites

Sod House Museum - 580-463-2441
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Aline City Government

Aline City Hall - 580-463-2612

Aline Historical Events

2000, November 1
Memoirs of Rex L. Wilson
On or about November 1, an important historical book of memoirs entitled, Out East of Aline: An Adoption Memoir, by Rex L. Wilson, former resident of Alfalfa County will be released by the Uncommon Buffalo Press, Rapid City South Dakota. The book details day-to-day life of a young boy, adopted during the Great Depression by a hard-working farmer and wife, and how he learns to adapt, not only to his early abandonment by his widowed mother who, unable to care for him, must leave him at an orphanage, but also to life with his new family. Wilson is careful to give credit to friends, neighbors, and teachers and to his participation in activities at a country school called Round Grove School.

Aline Chamber

Chamber of Commerce - 580-463-2563

Aline Organizations

Chamber of Commerce - 580-463-2563

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