RedBird, Oklahoma is a town located in Wagoner county. RedBird is one of the 13 all black towns that remain in Oklahoma. The town was first settled before 1900 and by 1902 RedBird had its own post office and postmaster. At the height of RedBirds population there were 336 people that lived in the town. Miller Washington High School Was established in 1919 and flourished until 1959 when it was closed due to lack of students. The town’s population fluctuated due to factors such as the deceased in cotton prices and the Great Depression and as of 2010 the town’s population was 137 people.