The Mathias Splitlog Church is listed on Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places and Oklahoma Landmarks.
Listed in registey, 10/26/1972.
Located in the Delaware County.
It is described as:
The Mathias Splitlog Church is an outstanding example of romanesque revival religious architecture in Oklahoma.
Beyond its remarkable architecture, this building is a living reminder of the life of MATHIAS SPLITLOG, a Cayuga Indian who helped to found and develop the Cayuga community.
Mathias Splitlog Church Nomination Form
Resources:Oklahoma Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office http://www.ocgi.okstate.edu/shpo/natreg.htm
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