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Cimarron County, Oklahoma


Page Contents for Felt, Oklahoma

Statistics & Facts


History & History-related items

Historical Events

Chamber of Commerce.


Statistics & Facts

The Oklahoma state capital is Oklahoma City.
The population of Felt is approximately 93 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 36 (2010).
The distance from Felt to Washington DC is 1470 miles.
The distance to the Oklahoma state capital is 313 miles. (as the crow flies)
Felt is positioned 36.57 degrees north of the equator and 102.79 degrees west of the prime meridian.


in far western Oklahoma in the panhandle area of the state. Nearby communities include Keyes, Boise City and Wheeless.
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History & History Related Items

Felt was named for C.F.W. Felt with the Santa Fe Railroad. The post office was established here on 16 July 1926.
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Felt Historical Events

1930 - present
Felt Public School was built in 1930. However no one ever had the chance to attend classes in the new school, because the new school burned to the ground. It was thought to be a case of arson but the culprit or culprits were never found. The class which was to be the first graduating class had to finish at Bertrand School District. For the rest of this interesting history, see this school history page.

Felt Chamber

Cimarron County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1027
Boise City, OK, 73933
Phone: 580-544-3344

Felt Organizations

Cimarron County Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1027
Boise City, OK, 73933
Phone: 580-544-3344

Felt Schools

Felt Public School
101 S. Lincoln
P.O. Box 47
Felt, Oklahoma 73937
Telephone: 580.426.2220
Fax: 580.426.2799

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