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A United States Post Office operated here from September 28, 1912 to May 15, 1915. It took its name from nearby Johns Valley, which had been named for Henry A. Johns, a Choctaw Indian land allottee.
- George H. Shirk, Oklahoma Place Names, p. 113; Post Office Site Location Reports, Record Group 28, National Archives.
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