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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 Gazetteer   (sample page)

 

Collective terms in the Gazetteer  may shed light on some sociological aspects of life in North Texas and Indian Territory.

                                                                                                                       

Cherokee Outlet, I.T.                                                  Chickasaw Nation, I.T.

         (now Ellis Co OK)

Antelope Hills, near Durham, 89, 258, 264, A-215

Battle of Little Robe Creek, Antelope Hills, near now Durham, 89

Canadian River, 89

(now Woodward Co OK)

Ft. Supply (1864-1893), A-439

Arkansas River, 150, A-368

 

Indian Territory, Cheyenne-Arapaho Lands (1866-1889), A-433

(now Blaine Co OK)

Canton, A-439

Cantonment or Ft. Cantonment (1879-1882), A-439

(now Canadian Co OK)

Ft. Reno (1874-1948), A-439

 

Indian Territory, Chickasaw Nation (1855-1907), 89

Bends of Red River, 258, 259, 260, A-xviii

Camp, Jim Ned Camp, Jim Ned was a Delaware-Negro, 100, 195, 202, A-411, A-429, A-430

Camp Kagi (1864 Union), A-436

Camp Logan (CSA), may have been in Texas, 288, 298, A-10, A-14, A-15, A-25

Camp Martin (CSA), may have been in Texas, 298, A-25, A-27

Camp Nicholson (CSA), 298, A-9, A-10, A-11, A-12, A-14, A-16, A-17, A-18, A-20, A-22, A-24, A-25, A-27

Camp Nicholson (CSA) hospital, 298, A-10, A-11, A-12, A-18, A-20, A-25

Camp Point Lookout (CSA), 298, A-25, A-27, A-28, A-438

Camp Smith (1834), A-438

Camp Steele (CSA), 295, 298, A-14, A-15, A-16, A-17, A-20, A-25, A-438

Canadian, South Canadian River, A-259

Ferries on Red River, 260, A-xviii

Ft Simpson (CSA), may have been in Texas, A-11, A-25

Panola Co (now Bryan Co OK), 89,

          A-442

Armstrong Academy, near Bokchito, 252

Colbert's Ferry, 214

False Washita, cited 4 times in the OFFICIAL RECORD, see Washita River, A-370

Faux Ouachita, see Washita River, A-370

Ft. Washita, 36, 73, 85, 87, 92, 93, 111, 113, 117, 118, 140, 154, 173, 180, 181, 189, 216, 232, 248, 252, 303, 314, 315, 316, 330, A-1, A-44, A-53, A-75, A-76, A-77, A-89, A-162, A-163, A-164, A-165, A-196, A-197, A-198, A-202, A-203, A-258, A-358, A-373, A-439, A-xi

Rio Negro, see Washita River, A-377

Rock Creek Station, A-25

Washita River, Rio Negro, False Washita, Faux Quachita, A-370

Pickens Co (now Carter Co OK), 86, 89, 260

700 Ranch House at Ardmore Station, 1st house in Ardmore OK, 260, 329

I-B Ranch, see Washington Bros.

Anadarche Creek, 329

Ardmore, 329

Ardmore Station, 320

Devils' Neck Bone, 260, 323

Fox, 321, A-432

Prairie Valley School, 260

Sandy Bear Creek, headwaters in Stephens County flows through Garvin into Wildhorse Creek at Tussey, Carter County, A-435, 243

Tatums, 321, A-432

Tussey, A-435

Washington Brothers' Ranch or "1B" Ranch, twp 7S ran 1E sec 25-36, now Carter Co OK, James Russell Washington (1828-1902), 260, 261, 260

Pickens Co (now Garvin Co OK), 89

Arbuckle Mountains, 265

Beef Creek, 42

Brady, A-435

Camp Elm Springs, see Elm Springs

Camp Smith (1834), A-438

Cherokee Town, Cherokeedtown, or Cherokee Village (2 mi east of Pauls Valley), 320

Elm Springs (1878 renamed Erin Springs), 263, 315, 316, A-420, A-436, A-438

Erin Springs (orig. Elm Springs), 263, 315, 324, A-420, A-436, A-438

False Washita, cited 4 times in the OFFICIAL RECORD, see Washita River, A-377, A-418

Faux Ouachita, see Washita River, A-370

Ft. Arbuckle, anthrax infestation, A-385

Ft. Arbuckle (election of Confederate officers), A-127, A-166

Ft. Arbuckle (est. 1851), 15, 18, 72, 73, 74, 81, 91, 93, 96, 98, 99, 100, 101, 103, 105, 106, 109, 110, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119, 125, 129, 135, 138, 140, 150, 151, 153, 154, 156, 158, 159, 161, 163, 174, 175, 177, 178, 179, 180, 184, 185, 195, 196, 215, 216, 227, 232, 234, 252, 260, 265, 266, 267, 274, 292, 298, 303, 315, 321, 323, 330, 332, 340, A-1, A-4, A-6, A-9, A-24, A-25, A-89, A-118, A-163, A-164, A-165, A-169, A-198, A-203, A-255, A-261, A-265, A-277, A-299, A-357, A-375, A-385, A-387, A-400, A-410, A-423, A-427, A-432, A-435, A-439, A-451, A-456, A-xv

165, A-169, A-198, A-203, A-255, A-261, A-265, A-277, A-299, A-357, A-375, A-385, A-387, A-400, A-410, A-423, A-427, A-432, A-435, A-439, A-451, A-456, A-xv

Ft Arbuckle post office, even though his residence was listed as Panola County, Chickasaw Nation, I.T. for 1860 Yell Co AR cen, 89

Ft. Arbuckle Ruins, A-406

Hennepen, 321, A-432

Initial Point, Burgar Mountain, A-433, A-xv

Kickapoo Flats, Washita Valley from Maysville to Chickasha, A-444

Kickapoo Town, Old, 252

Lindsay, est. 1902, Broomcorn Capital, 315

McCarty, A-435

Moncrief Farm, 105

Rio Negro, see Washita River, A-377

Roady Baptist Church for Freedmen, A-432

Rock Creek, south of Elmore City, flows into Wildhorse Creek at Hennepin, 298

Rush Creek, 91

Sandy Bear Creek, headwaters in Stephens County flows through Garvin into Wildhorse Creek at Tussey, Carter County, 243, A-435

Sandy Creek flows into Wildhorse Creek, headwaters between McCarty and Brady, 243, A-435

Table Hills (Table Top Mountains), 263

Washita River, Faux Quachita, Rio Negro, False Washita, A-418, A-370

Whiskey Trail, 260, A-423

Whitebead, 18, 36, 89, 148, A-420, A-422

Wildhorse Creek, 252, 263, A-385, A-428, A-433

Pickens Co (now Grady Co OK),  89

Battle of Wichita Village, 91, 93, A-387

Bradley, Sandy Creek, between now Cox City and Bradley, 243, 242

Chickasha, orig. Waco, then Pensee, then Fred, 148, A-389

Cox City, Sandy Creek, between now Cox City and Bradley, 243

False Washita, cited 4 times in the OFFICIAL RECORD, see Washita River, A-370, A-443, A-377, A-448

Faux Ouachita, see Washita River, A-370

Huntley Farm, Agnes (Huntley) Graham and Gertrude (Huntley) Chisum, A-387

Kickapoo Flats, Washita Valley from Maysville to Chickasha, A-444

Rio Negro, see Washita River, A-370

Rush Creek, 91, 93, 96, A-385, A-386, A-387

Rush Creek Treaty, 93, A-386

Rush Springs, now Rush Springs, 93, 96, A-387

Sandy Creek, between Cox City and Bradley, 242, 243, A-435

Sandy Creek, between now Cox City and Bradley, 242, 243

Washita River, Faux Quachita, Rio Negro, False Washita, A-370

Wichita Village, 5 mi southeast of Rush Springs, 91, 93, 96, 264, A-386, A-387

Pickens Co (now Jefferson Co OK)

Beaver Creek, 39, 101, 102, 103, 187, 196, 242, 243, 263, 292, 294, 298, 320, A-435

Beaver Creek, mouth of, 102, 103

Beaver Creek Station, 102, 103, A-435

Camp Nicholson (CSA), A-24, A-25, A-27, A-437

Camp Point Lookout (15 mi from Camp Twitty, Tex), A-15, A-438, A-9, A-25, A-24, A-25, A-27, A-28, 298, A-16, A-17, A-19, A-20

Grady, 78

Illinois Bend of Red River, 170, 196, 201

Mud Creek, 193, 194, A-258

Waurika, 4

Pickens Co (now Love Co OK  ,  A-20

Adam Jimmy House, 260, 261

Addington Bend of Red River, 258

Bourland's Bend or Delaware Bend, 260, A-423

Bourland's Crossing, 260, 322, A-422, A-423

Bourland's Ford, 260, 323, A-422, A-423

Burneyville, sec34 twp4N ran6W, A-10

Camp Love (1863) on Walnut Bayou, 298, A-436

Camp Nicholson (CSA), 298, A-24, A-25, A-27, A-437

Camp Roff, 288, 298, A-24, A-25

Camp Simon, sec15 twp6S ran2W, 288, 298, A-9, A-11, A-13, A-14, A-15, A-16, A-19, A-20, A-24, A-25, A-438

Cross 'T' Ranch, 260

Devils' Neck Bone, 260, 323, A-423

Hell Roaring Creek, 260

Hickory Creek, 260

Holmesville, maybe near Burneyville, A-10

Horseshoe Bend of Red River, 258

Mud Creek, 242, 243, 258, A-441

Oil Springs Resort, 74, 76, 87, 261, 332, A-431

Overbrook, 260, 261

Roff's Bend of Red River, 260

Roff's Camp at Mud Point, 1863, 193, 194

Sadler's Bend of Red River, 197, 201, 258

Simon Community, sec3 twp6S ran2W, A-438

Simon Creek, 288

Sivells' Bend of Red River (rock bottom), 133, 185, 201, 262, 287, A-436, A-437

Tyas' Bend of Red River, 258

Walnut Bayou, A-437

Walnut Bend of Red River, 258

Warren's Bend of Red River, 258, A-442

Warren's Trading Post #2 (1837-1848), 193, 260, 261, A-442

Pickens Co (now Marshall Co OK),

          89

Alexander's Bend of Red River, 258

Bourland (now Fobb), 1

Camp Leavenworth (1834), A-436

Fobb (orig. Bourland), 1

Kingston, A-436

Preston Bend of Red River, 258

Washita Bend of Red River, 258

Willis, 260

Willis' Ferry, 260

Pickens Co (now Murray Co OK),  89

Arbuckle Mountains, 89, 169, 263, 264

Camp Blocker (CSA), probably in Cooke Co TX, 266, A-436

Davis, A-432

False Washita, cited 4 times in the OFFICIAL RECORD, see Washita River, A-377

Faux Ouachita, see Washita River, 81, A-370

Initial Point, Burgar Mountain, A-433

Rio Negro, see Washita River, A-377

Washita River, Faux Quachita, Rio Negro, False Washita, A-377

Pickens Co (now Stephens Co OK), 89

Bear Creek, 98

Block Ranch see Colbert Ranch

Bray-Doyle, now Bray-Doyle, 98, 242, 243, A-435

Camp Choctaw (1834), A-436

Clear Creek, Bray, 242, 243, A-435

Colbert Ranch or Block Ranch, A-387

Comanche, 4

Graham-Chisum Ranch, A-387

Marlow, 45

Mud Creek, 168, 193, 194, 242, 243, A-440, A-442

Mud Creek, East Mud, 194, 196, 242, 243, 298, A-435

Mud Creek, West Mud, 194, 196, 242, 243, 298, A-435

Mud Point, convergence of East and West Mud Creeks, A-440, A-442, 168, 193, 194, 196, 202, 243, 242, 298

Rock Creek Camp, 10 mi east of Duncan, 298, A-9, A-10, A-14, A-15, A-18, A-24, A-25

Sandy Bear Creek, headwaters in Stephens County flows through Garvin into Wildhorse Creek at Tussey, Carter County, A-435

Velma, 7

Pontotoc Co (now Cleveland Co OK), 89

Camp Mason, now Lexington, A-437

Lexington, A-441

Mason's Fort, now Lexington, A-441

Pontotoc Co (now Garvin Co OK), 89

Cherokee Crossing, A-439

Cherokee Sandy Creek, A-439

Cherokee Town, Cherokeetown, or Cherokee Village (2 mi east of Pauls Valley), A-439, A-420, 252, 263, 314, A-418

Wynnewood, A-432

Pontotoc Co (now Grady Co OK)

Bradley, 323

Camp Napoleon, now Verden, 154, 278, 279, 314, A-377, A-378, A-420, A-437, A-xv

Chickasha, orig. Waco, then Pensee, then Fred, 148, A-389

Council Grove on the False Washita River, now Verden, , 314, A-377, A-378, A-417, A-420, A-389

Kickapoo Flats, Washita Valley from Maysville to Chickasha, A-444

Shilo Trading Post (1864), 265, A-442

Verden, 154, 278, 279, 314, A-377, A-378, A-420, A-437

Waco, later Chickasha, A-389

Pontotoc Co (now McClain Co OK) ,. 89

Fort Arbuckle #1, 1851 moved to Wildhorse Creek, 252, A-264, A-360, A-408, A-439, A-435

Purcell,  42

Shilo Trading Post (1864), 265, A-442

Pontotoc Co (now Pontotoc Co OK), 89

Ada, 101

Camp Kahi (1863 Union), A-411

Camp Osage, A-438

Chisholm's Famous Trading Post (now OKC), 239, 320

Colbert Institute (moved 1858 to near Stonewall), 159

Delaware Mounds, 24, 101

Jesse, A-438

Tishomingo Co (now Johnston Co OK), 89

Camp Tishomingo, 143, A-174, A-429, A-438

Chickasaw Rock Academy, 252, A-413, A-438

Colbert's Mill, 10 mi north of Tishomingo at Hwy 7 and Pennington Creek, A-413, A-438, 159, 160, 223, 272

Good Springs (1853 renamed Tishomingo), 20, 51, 55, 68

Pennington Creek (1846), 50, 51, 54, 55, 69, 223

Rock Academy, Chickasaw Rock Academy, 252, A-413, A-438

Tishomingo (Good Springs until 1853), 20, 51, 55, 68, 89, 143, 144, 159, 223, 252, 332, A-410, A-438, A-443

Wapanucka Institute, 252, A-438

Tishomingo Co (now Murray Co OK), 89

Davis, A-406, A-428

Rocky Creek, now Platt National Park or Chickasaw National Park, A-403, A-451, 298, 150, A-403, A-9, A-24, A-25, A-24, A-18, A-15, A-14, A-10

 

 

Indian Territory, Choctaw-Chickasaw Nation (1837-1855), 36, 43, 90

Apukshunnubbee Dist, Towson Co (now Choctaw Co OK), 91

Cantonment Towson, A-438

Doakesville, 36, 55

Fort Towson (est 1824), G-1, 5

Kiamichi River, mouth of, 38

Rose Hill Plantation Slave Quarters, Oklahoma Historical Museum, 18

Ross' Landing Post (c1836), A-442

Chickasaw Dist, Caddo Co (now Garvin Co OK), 91

Cherokee Crossing, A-439

Cherokee Sandy Creek or Sand Creek, A-439, 240

Cherokee Town,  A439

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