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Tomahawk Town

A myth submitted to the site by Hunter Pate

Owasso, Oklahoma, United States

Long ago a young Indian warrior planted a tomahawk into the ground, as a sign of peace to a nearby village.

Hundreds of years later a town started to form around the tomahawk. The towns name was Owasso, which is in the state of Oklahoma.

The tomahawk liked the town, so whenever a large storm starts to wreak havoc for Oklahoma, and heads towards Owasso, the tomahawk splits the storm in half to save the people that it loves.

By Hunter Pate
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