Coweta is located 25 miles southeast of downtown Tulsa in Wagoner County. Coweta is near both the Broken Arrow Expressway and the Muskogee Turnpike, allowing its residents to live in the relaxed Oklahoma countryside, but still have easy access to metro amenities. Coweta was first settled by Native Americans around 1840 and is home to two sites on the National Register of Historic Places, the Koweta Mission Site and the First Presbyterian Church of Coweta, commonly known as the Mission Bell Museum. Carriage Crossing is located in a quiet neighborhood, one-half mile south of Highway 51, and just west of Coweta's central business district. Carriage Crossing is a senior nutrition site, offering residents the opportunity to lunch and visit with other seniors. Coweta Transit provides bus service for shopping and appointments in Coweta. With prior arrangement transportation is available to Tulsa.
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