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Oologah is located in northeastern Oklahoma in Rogers County north of Tulsa where SR 88 brushes the south shore of Lake Oologah on its way to merge with U.S. Highway 169.

The town is the birthplace and boyhood home of the "Cowboy Comic", Will Rogers. The home is known as the Dog Iron Ranch. The Snowdale Recreation Area is just across Interstate 44 to the east.

Interestingly, the town's name is misspelled from the original "Oolagah". The mistake became official at about the same time of Oklahoma's statehood in 1907.

Local attractions include the Bank of Oolagah and the Oologah Historical Museum.

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