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The list of Oklahoma Townships provides an alphabetic list of the historic civil townships of Oklahoma. On August 5, 1913, Oklahoma voters passed the Oklahoma Township Amendment, also known as State Question 58.[1] This allowed the creation or abolishment of townships on a county by county basis; by the mid-1930s, all Oklahoma counties had voted to abolish them.[2] These civil township boundaries (and their names) were still used by the United States Census for counting purposes up to and including the 1960 census.

This list is exhaustive and does include some township were renamed or removed.

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  1. ^ "Oklahoma Township Government, State Question 58 (August 1913) - Ballotpedia". Retrieved 2017-11-03.
  2. ^ "Wagoner County - 1928 - 1937". www.ok.gov. Retrieved 2017-11-02.