Nowata County, Oklahoma Basics:

Nowata County Oklahoma - Government Site

Population: 10,609
Area: 566 square miles
County seat: Nowata
Area code(s) in use: 918
Time zone: CST
High school graduate or higher: 82.7%
Bachelor's degree or higher: 11.8%
Median household income: $38,990
Persons in poverty: 17.5%
Home ownership rate: 79.3%
Mean travel time to work: 23.7 minutes

Adjacent counties:
Craig  Labette (KS)  Montgomery (KS)  Rogers  Washington  

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Map of the Nowata County area

Our detail map of Nowata County shows the Nowata County, Oklahoma boundary lines and other interesting items.

Places in Nowata County, Oklahoma

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Belleview Landing Airport, Nowata Municipal Airport

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Goose Neck Bend, Hancock Bend

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Hancock Bridge

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Delaware Fire Department, Lenapah Fire Department, New Alluwe Fire Department, Nowata Emergency Medical Services, Nowata Fire Department, Nowata Fire Department Station 2, South Coffeyville Fire Department, Wann Community Rural Fire Department

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Armstrong Cemetery, Armstrong-Journeycake Cemetery, Ball Cemetery, Bezoin Cemetery, Bratcher Cemetery, Brown Cemetery, Buffalo Cemetery, Childers Cemetery, Coker Cemetery, Family Number 12 Cemetery, Family Number 13 Cemetery, Goodtraveler Cemetery, Goose Neck Cemetery, Hickory Creek Cemetery, Lain Cemetery, Lincoln Cemetery, Lowrey Cemetery, Madden Cemetery, Martin Cemetery, McMains Cemetery, Melton Cemetery, Mount Washington Cemetery, Nowata County Relocated Cemeteries, Nowata Memorial Cemetery, Patrick Cemetery, Riley Cemetery, Sanders Cemetery, Secondine Cemetery, Steward Cemetery, Taylor Cemetery, Wells Cemetery, Willey Cemetery, Wolfe Cemetery

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Cedar Bluff Church, Central Church of Christ, Church of the Firstborn, Fairview Church, First Baptist Church, First Baptist Church, First Christian Church, First Church of God, Full Gospel Christian Center, Happy Hill Church, Harvest Time Assembly-God Church, Hillside Church, Kingdom Hall of Jehovahs Witness, Lenapah United Methodist Church, Lightning Creek Church, Little Flock Church, Living Word Family Church, Mount Olive Baptist Church, Mount Zion Church, New Life Assembly of God, Oakdale Church, Oakdale Free Holiness Church, Pleasant Valley Church, Pleasant View Church, Presbyterian Church, Rock Creek Church, Saint Catherines Catholic Church, Seventh Day Adventist Church, Trinity Full Gospel Church, United Methodist Church, Wann Baptist Church, Wann United Methodist Church

  Cliffs     show all on map

Cedar Bluff, Coodys Bluff, Slate Bluff

  Dams     show all on map

Cotton-Coon-Mission Creek Site 11 Dam, Floyd Fitzsimmons Dam, Glenn Webster Dam, Oknoname Number 10501 Dam

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Overcup Bottoms

  Hospitals     show all on map

Jane Phillips Nowata Health Center

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Chouteau Lake, French Lake, Goose Neck Lake, Melton Lake, Riley Lake, Stone Lake, Taylor Lake

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Diamond Point Community Hall, Elm Bend Community Hall, Halsell Ranch, Twin Bridges, Twin Bridges Community Center

  Populated Places     show all on map

Alluwe, Childers, Coodys Bluff, Delaware, Elliott, Glenoak, Lenapah, Nowata, Noxie, Ruthdale, Sanders, South Coffeyville, Wann, Watova

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Alluwe Post Office (historical), Bly Post Office (historical), Cedar Post Office (historical), Childers Post Office (historical), Coodys Bluff Post Office (historical), Coon Post Office (historical), Delaware Post Office, Dotson Post Office (historical), Eaton Post Office (historical), Elliott Post Office (historical), Etchen Post Office (historical), Gilbert Post Office (historical), Glenoak Post Office (historical), Hayden Post Office (historical), Hickory Post Office (historical), Lenapah Post Office, Lightning Creek Post Office (historical), Link Post Office (historical), Metz Post Office (historical), Nowata Post Office, Noxie Post Office (historical), Rome Post Office (historical), Ruby Post Office (historical), Ruthdale Post Office (historical), Sanders Post Office (historical), Snow Post Office (historical), South Coffeyville Post Office, Wann Post Office, Watova Post Office (historical), Wilmer Post Office (historical), Woodrow Post Office (historical)

  Ranges     show all on map

Coker Hills

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Oologah Wildlife Managment Area

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Cotton-Coon-Mission Creek Site 11 Reservoir, Floyd Fitzsimmons Reservoir, Glenn Webster Reservoir, Oknoname Number 105001 Reservoir

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Delaware Elementary School, Delaware High School, Nowata Elementary School, Nowata High School, Nowata Middle School, Oklahoma Union Elementary School, Oklahoma Union High School, Oklahoma Union Middle School, South Coffeyville Elementary School, South Coffeyville High School, South Coffeyville Junior High School

  Streams     show all on map

Big Creek, California Creek, Cedar Creek, Coal Creek, Crow Hollow Creek, Double Creek, Fool Creek, Hickory Creek, Kentucky Creek, Little California Creek, Little Salt Creek, Looney Branch, Madden Creek, Mormon Creek, North Fork Double Creek, North Fork Wolf Creek, Onion Creek, Opossum Creek, Panther Creek, Purgatory Creek, Rock Creek, Salt Creek, Snow Creek, South Fork Double Creek, South Fork Wolf Creek, Tucker Creek, Vinegar Creek, Western Branch Verdigris River, Wolf Creek

  Summits     show all on map

Rogers Mound, Steamboat Mound, Tully Hill

  Towers     show all on map

KNFB-FM (Nowata), KNFB-FM (Nowata)

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Blue Canyon,

Nowata County, Oklahoma Population By Race (2012 estimate)

WhiteNowata County White population 7,3737,373  
American IndianNowata County American Indian population 2,0052,005
MixedNowata County Mixed population 997997
BlackNowata County Black population 223222
AsianNowata County Asian population 1110
Hawaiian & Pacific IslanderNowata County Hawaiian & Pacific Islander population 00

Additional population tables :
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Oklahoma population by county