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Encyclopedia > Verdigris, Oklahoma

Verdigris is in Rogers County, Oklahoma, USA, in the Tulsa metro area on the way to Claremore, on the former storied Route 66 (now Oklahoma State Highway 66), north of its southern junction with the newer Will Rogers Turnpike section of Interstate 44. The community is in the Central Standard time zone. Rogers County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. ... Tulsa is the second-largest city in Oklahoma. ... // Claremore is a city located in Rogers County, Oklahoma. ... U.S. Highway 66 or Route 66 was a highway in the U.S. Highway system. ... Oklahoma State Highway 66 is a section of former U.S. Highway 66, beginning at U.S. Highway 60 near White Oak and ending at U.S. Highway 81 at El Reno. ... The Will Rogers Turnpike runs from Tulsa, Oklahoma to the Missouri state line. ... MAJOR JUNCTIONS JUNCTION MILEPOST I-40 Oklahoma 120 I-35 Oklahoma 130-135 I-55 Missouri 290 Legend BROWSE STATE HWYS   Interstate 44 is an interstate highway in the central United States. ...

The latitude of Verdigris is 36.234N. The longitude is -95.69W.

The US Census Bureau estimated population, in 2000, was 1,821.

The community was named for the Verdigris River; the river name derives from French terms for "green" and "gray" The Verdigris River is a tributary of the Arkansas River in southeastern Kansas and northeastern Oklahoma in the United States. ...

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