The Boley Historic District, in Boley, Oklahoma is the original business area of an all-black town founded in 1903.
The town of Boley prospered from the time of its incorporation until the onset of the Great Depression. Boley flourished as a town because of its fertile farmland, which was distributed as allotments to Creek-Freedmen.
It was also billed as a haven where African Americans could govern themselves, drawing settlers from Texas, Georgia and Florida.
The Boley Historic District is a National Historic Landmark.