Some of the cities, towns, and places in Delaware County are Bernice, Brush Creek, Bull Hollow, Butler, Cayuga, Chloeta, Cleora, Cloud Creek, Colcord, Copeland, Deer Lick, Dennis, Dodge, Dripping Springs, Drowning Creek, Eucha, Flint Creek, Grove, Indianola, Jay, Kansas, Kenwood, Leach, New Eucha, Oaks, Old Eucha, Rocky Ford, Sycamore, Tagg Flats, Twin Oaks, West Siloam Springs, White Water, Zena
Delaware County is a county located in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. As of the 2010 census, the population was 41,487. Its county seat is Jay. The county was named for the Delaware Indians, who had established a village in the area prior to the Cherokees being assigned to relocate to Indian Territory in the 1830s. Delaware County was created in 1907. Prior to becoming Delaware County, a large portion of the area was known as the Delaware District of the Cherokee Nation. Today, Delaware County continues to be recognized by the Cherokee Nation as the Delaware District.