The Mission Of The Museum Of Southern OklahomaTo bring together and assist those interested in the discovery and collection of the history and genealogy of Southern Oklahoma and its' people through cataloging, preserving, publishing, and researching materials from Marshall County, neighboring counties and areas from which our settlers and ancestors came.
Marshall County is rich in the history of Southern Oklahoma. The MOSO seeks to provide local residents, passers-through, and tourists an opportunity to see, hear, and touch this rich history for themselves.
The Museum Of Southern Oklahoma houses a wonderful exhibit including uniforms, relics, and many other items from Marshall County’s involvement during WWII. There was a local POW camp…
HOW LIFE ONCE WAS
The MOSO has many items on display in exhibits that portray the lives of Southern Oklahomans at different stages of our people’s history. By walking through the Museum, you are taking a walk back in time.
The MOSO is located in Madill, OK, in the heart of Marshall County. We invite you to stop by, or drop us a line if you have questions. Just head over to our Contact Us page to get in touch with us, and for directions.
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Would you like to learn more about The Museum Of Southern Oklahoma? Go to our Contact Us page to reach out to us. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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The Museum Of Southern Oklahoma Latest News
Chickasaw former Judge will be our Quarterly speaker April 27, 2019. Speaker will speak of Marshall County Indian history. Will start at 10 am in the Marshall County Expo Center, located on Hwy 70 in between Madill and Kingston. Refreshments will be provided for this...read more
Here is our 2019 Leadership Committee and Board Members: President: Brent Smith VP/Curator: Greg Lowe Treasurer: Marcia Jones Secretary: Kaye Jay Board Members: Fred Stanley Loyce Eldridge Glenda Landsdale Louise LeJenne (Alternate)read more
Governor Raymond D. Gary was a resident of Marshall County, growing up on a farm halfway between Madill, and Kingston, OK. Governor Gary was the fifteenth governor of the State of Oklahoma, and ushered in a wave of Civil Rights policies and progressive actions. He...read more
Doris Albin recently resigned from the Board of Directors and her position as President. This is a tremendous loss to the Museum. Doris has worked tirelessly to improve and promote the museum for many years. She will be sorely missed. We are grateful for your service,...read more
Have you ever wondered what life was like for your ancestors living in early Marshall County? Come visit your museum and travel back in time as you walk through the Early Settlers Exhibit. Imagine riding in a "one horse buggy" to church on...read more