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County Map

The County Map component allows the author to create an interactive map including all of Oklahoma's counties.

How it Works

The County Map component works by drawing from a configuration page including a County Configuration component to make the map interactive and clickable.

How to Use

The County Map component has only one field to author: the destination path.  The author should input the path to the page where the county map confirguration components are located so that those configurations will appear.


County Map Configuration

To populate the County Map, a County Map Configuration page will need to be created. Typically, this page will be created as a child page beneath the page which includes the County Map component.

On the County Map Configuration page, the author can add the County Map Configuration component to the page and edit the component to configure it.


In this field, the author can choose the Oklahoma county that he/she wishes to configure within the map.


In this field, the author can choose the destination where a user is taken when that particular county is clicked.

Important to Note:

  • In the link field, the author can either input a page URL or an anchor link to section of a page.
    • In the example below, the Accordion component is being used and anchor links will direct the user to the corresponding Accordion section.
  • The author does not need to input a destination or configuration for every Oklahoma county within the County Configuration page.  If a county is not configured, it will not appear within the map.

Adair County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. As of the 2010 census, the population was 22,286. Its county seat is Stilwell. Adair County was named after the Adair family of the Cherokee tribe. One source says that the county was specifically named for Watt Adair, one of the first Cherokees to settle in the area.

The county was created in 1906 from the Goingsnake and Flint districts of the Cherokee Nation. There was a decade-long struggle over what town would become the county seat between Stilwell and Westville. When the county was formed, Westville was identified as the county seat, due partly to its location at the intersection of two major railroads: the Kansas City Southern Railway and the St. Louis – San Francisco Railway. The county seat was moved to Stilwell in 1910.

During the Great Depression and World War II, strawberries became a major crop in Adair County. In 1948, the first Stilwell Strawberry Festival was organized. The 2002 festival saw some 40,000 people in attendance.

The 1910 census counted 10,535 residents. By 1990, it was up to 18,421.

Last Modified on Nov 10, 2020
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