A HISTORICAL JOURNEY

BLACK TOWNS OF AMERICA

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About Boley Tours

Gourmet Coffee and Souvenir Shop

Enjoy a cup of freshly brewed bean to cup coffee in our gourmet coffee shop.  We have souvenirs, snacks, and more.  Take a tour of our 14 historical landmarks on a hayride with our town historian.

 

Boley, one of the remaining 13 black towns of Oklahoma, is located in Okfuskee County. Established in 1903, Boley is of national historical significance because it is representative of the many Black Settlements who migrated from the South to northern and western communities after slavery. Today it is landmark to Oklahoma's  multicultural history, embracing its African-American and Native Indian heritage. Originally built as a independent township by Creek Freedman, Boley was the most enterprising of all black towns and a center of agriculture, industry, and education.

Famous for the annual Boley Rodeo  held during Memorial Weekend welcoming thousands of visitors each year.

Our mission is to share our passion and love for our historical town with others. As a professional History Guide, we believe our guest should experience the history, the people, the culture, and the food.

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