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Governor A. J. Seay Mansion, Kingfisher
Like many early Oklahoma settlers, Abraham arrived from the East where he had worked as an attorney. The lawyer from Virginia and took the bar exam at the age of 29 and later served in the Civil War and was promoted to captain, major, and lieutenant colonel.
The mansion features the Queen Anne-style of architecture and cost Abraham $11,000. The mansion includes ornate turrets, ornamentation and gables. This historical mansion is located across the street from the Chisholm Trail Museum. The Chisholm Trail was once the largest cattle trail in the world. The museum is located within a frontier village that features a church, a bank and a one-room schoolhouse.
Sources“A. J. Seay Mansion.” A. J. Seay Mansion | Oklahoma Historical Society, www.okhistory.org/sites/seaymansion.
J.A. Ingle, Kingfisher County Historical Research. “Kingfisher County Historical Research.” Seay Mansion - Kingfisher, OK (Queen Anne Style), 1 Jan. 1970, kingcohistory.blogspot.com/2009/07/seay-mansion-kingfisher-ok-queen-anne.html.
Nichols, Max. “Seay Mansion returning to former glory.” NewsOK.com, NewsOK, 28 Jan. 2001, newsok.com/article/2728180.
Kingfisher, Oklahoma 73750
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