Adair County

Adair County, situated in east-northeast Oklahoma, shares its border with the state of Arkansas. The county was established at statehood in 1907. It was formed from the Going Snake and Flint districts of the Cherokee Nation. The county was named after the influential Cherokee Adair family. Stilwell, Oklahoma, is the county seat, the county's largest city, and is in the south-central part of the county, approximately 6 miles west of the Arkansas border. Other notable towns in the county include Watts, Oklahoma, in the northeastern part of the county near the Arkansas border, and Westville, Oklahoma, just south of Watts.

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