The original Oklahoma State League began play as a Class D circuit in 1904, another season was played in 1908 an independent League, a third attempt 1912 , Class D and a fourth attempt for this league lasted from 1922 through 1924 a Class D League and a fifth attempt was 1936, a Class D League.

1908     Crescent, El Reno, Geary, Guthrie, Hennessey, Kingfisher (All teams on OK)

'Oklahoma' 'State' (D 1904*, 1912, 1922-24)

Anadarko/Enid, OK: 1912

Ardmore/Pawhuska, OK: 1924

Blackwell, OK: 1924

Bristow, OK: 1923-24

Chickasha, OK: 1922

Clinton, OK: 1922-23

Cushing, OK: 1923-24

Drumright/Ponca City, OK: 1923

Duncan, OK: 1922-24

El Reno, OK: 1922-23

Enid, I.T.: 1904

Guthrie, I.T./OK: 1904, 1912, 1922-23

Holdenville, OK: 1912

McAlester, OK: 1912

McAlester/Wewoka, OK: 1924

Muskogee, OK: 1912

Oklahoma City, I.T.: 1904

Oklahoma City/Chickasha, OK: 1912

Okmulgee, OK: 1912

Ponca City, OK: 1924

Shawnee, OK: 1923-24

Shawnee/Chickasha/Shawnee, I.T.: 1904

Tulsa, OK: 1912

Wilson, OK: 1922

1936    Ada, McAlester. Seminole, Wewoka (all teams in OK.)

Note 1 - I.T. means Indian Territory

*Also known as the "Southwestern League" during the third portion of the 1904 season.

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