Chickasaw White House

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Take a look into the Chickasaw White House, an 1895 Victorian home that acted as the private residence for Chickasaw Gov. Douglas H. Johnston and his extended family for decades.

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The Chickasaw White House

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Built in 1898, the Chickasaw White House was home to Governor Douglas H. Johnston and his family.

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The Chickasaw White House in Milburn, Oklahoma was built in 1895 by Chickasaw Governor Douglas Johnston and was home to his family from 1898-1971.