Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains

by Patricia Adkins-Rochette

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 Caddo County OK Surveys of 1874, 1875, 1926, 1961

by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management        Oklahoma Township-Range Map

Below are some of the legal descriptions of places of now Caddo County mentioned on

http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/SurveySearch/   Unless otherwise stated, these data are from an 1875 survey.

 

Caddo County surveys, most taken Feb 25, 1874, Mar 16,1874, Feb 4, 1875

5N 9W sec 31,           Dr. Strumís  [Home], 1874

5N 9W sec 31,            Little Washita River

5N 9W sec 24,            Log Cabin, 1874

5N 10W sec 25,          Little Washita River

5N 10W sec 17, 20     Indian Trail, 1874  .... Anadarko Stage Stand sec15 twp 7N ran 10W

5N 10W sec 2,            Sand Hole

5N 11W sec 36,           Indian Trail, 1874

5N 11W sec 28,           Cache Creek

5N 11W sec 22, 27      Road from Ft Sill to Wichita Agency, 1874

5N 12W sec 31,           Ridge of Hills

5N 12W sec 20,           Indian Trail, 1875

5N 12W sec 1, 12,       Fort Cobb Road, 1874

5N 13W sec 4,             spring

5N 13W sec 20,           trail, 1875

6N 9W sec 12              Delaware Indian House, 1874

6N 10W sec 21            Caddo Settlement, 1874

6N 10W sec 5, 7          Road from Arkansas to Fort Sill, 1874

6N 10W sec 6,             ravine

6N 10W sec 21,           sinks

6N 10W sec 1,             Wagon Road

6N 10W sec 2              Canon (canyon)

6N 10W sec 3,             Wagon Road

6N 11W sec 8,             Marshy Creek

6N 11W sec 26,           Stage road from Ft Sill to Wichita Agency, 1874

6N 12W sec 36,           Fort Cobb Road

7N 13W sec 5,             D.A. Vincent, old Lathram; Resurvey Aug 24, 1926

8N 13W sec 19,           road

9N 9W sec 35,             Stage Station, 1874

9N 9W sec 32,             Indian Trail

9N 9W sec 35,             Indian Field

9N 9W sec 26,             Road from Wichita [Kansas] to Fort Sill, 1874

9N 10W sec 32,            Sugar Creek

9N 11W sec 1, 12,       Sugar Creek

9N 12W sec 30, 31      Pond Creek

9N 12W sec 19, 28, 29,  30, 31, 32, 33, Resurvey Apr 1961, Fort Cobb Reservoir Boundary, Ft. Cobb Lake, 1961

9N 13W sec 24,            Swan Lake

9N 13W sec 23,            Pond Creek

10N 9W sec 31,           deep ravine

10N 9W sec 30,            Sandstone Ledge

10N 11W sec 22, 26     Sugar Creek

10N 13W sec 24,         Sandstone Mound, 1874

10N 13W sec 5,            Sandstone Mound, 1874

10N 13W sec 31, 32,    Pond Creek

11N 11W sec 29,          Sugar Creek

11N 11W sec 29,        swamp

11N 11W sec 25,        Canon (canyon)

11N 11W sec 35,        Sandstone Ledge

11N 12W sec 13,         Sugar Creek

12N 11W sec 28,         Canon (canyon)

12N 12W sec 5,           Deer Creek

12N 13W sec 31,         road

12N 13W sec 4.           Deer Creek

 

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