The Spring House is one of the oldest extant properties in Oklahoma and is important for its association with Lewis Ross, a prominent Cherokee. The Ross House was destroyed by fire in 1903, but the spring house remained. It was listed on the National Register 8/18/1983.
|City/Town: • Salina|
|Location Class: • Residential|
|Built: 1844 | Abandoned: 1844|
|Historic Designation: • National Register of Historic Places (8/18/1983)|
|Status: • Endangered|
|Contributor: Preservation Oklahoma|
|Year(s) Listed: • 2009|