Grant Foreman House

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Grant Foreman House
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Grant Foreman House is located in Oklahoma
Grant Foreman House
Grant Foreman House is located in the US
Grant Foreman House
Location Muskogee, Oklahoma
Coordinates 35°45′12.15″N 95°23′11.51″W / 35.7533750°N 95.3865306°W / 35.7533750; -95.3865306Coordinates: 35°45′12.15″N 95°23′11.51″W / 35.7533750°N 95.3865306°W / 35.7533750; -95.3865306
Built 1905
NRHP Reference # 73001565[1]
Added to NRHP September 19, 1973

The Thomas-Foreman Historic Home, also known as The Grant Foreman House, (1419 West Okmulgee) is a house in Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States, built by John R. Thomas in 1905 on a tract of prairie land. It was later named after Thomas' son-in-law, Grant Foreman, by the Muskogee Historical Society and the National Register of Historic Places.

The house is a satellite museum of the Three Rivers Museum, located in Muskogee. Grant Foreman and his wife Carolyn Thomas Foreman wrote books about Oklahoma history. On display are many of their possessions, including books and memorabilia, photos, documents and Native American works of art.

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2007-01-23). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 

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