6 edition of Fort Supply, Indian Territory found in the catalog.
Fort Supply, Indian Territory
Robert C. Carriker
Bibliography: p. 221-233.
|Statement||[by] Robert C. Carriker.|
|LC Classifications||F704.F76 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 241 p.|
|Number of Pages||241|
|LC Control Number||71123345|
Aug 31, · Fort Supply Historic Site: Address, Phone Number, Fort Supply Historic Site Reviews: /5. This fort served as a supply point for the Red River Was of It is only open on Tuesday-Saturday from 9 to 4. Interesting piece of Indian Territory history. The entrance to the site is odd but worth it. As you follow the sign, you will feel /5(4). Nov 18, · The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Washita: The U.S. Army and the Southern Cheyennes, by Jerome A. Greene at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 Fort Supply Indian Territory "Carriker has done his task well. The research is thorough, and the presentation is clear, concise, and readable. Fleshing out a significant phase of southern Brand: University of Oklahoma Press.
Fort Supply (originally Camp Supply) was a United States Army post established on November 18, , in Indian Territory to protect the Southern Plains. It was located just east of present-day Fort Supply, Oklahoma, in what was then the Cherokee Outlet. Fort Supply was originally established as. General Pope and U.S. Indian Policy, and: Military Posts in the Powder River Country of Wyoming, , and: Fort Supply, Indian Territory: Frontier Outpost on the Plains (review) Harwood P. Hinton; Civil War History; The Kent State University Press These three books present different aspects of army activities on the Plains after the.
Oct 22, · Military map of the Indian Territory surrounding the U.S. Army post Camp Supply, showing rivers, creeks, roads, military trails, and areas of elevation, with relief shown in hachures. The map also includes notes on the landscape, such as the height of Author: E. H. Ruffner, Ado Hunnius. Book discussing the history behind the early forts and military camps in Oklahoma, including Fort Towson, Fort Gibson, Fort Washita, etc. Index begins on page Relationship to this item: (Is Format Of) Early Military Forts and Posts in Oklahoma, ark://metadc
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Explore More maisonneuve-group.com: University of Oklahoma Press. Jun 18, · Fort Supply Indian Territory book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Jan 20, · Indian Territory book Supply Published by maisonneuve-group.com User, 13 years ago For this book, published inRobert Carriker began researching in the s a vast number (he was surprised by the amount) of records housed in the National Archives regarding Fort Supply, located just east of the panhandle of Oklahoma on the North Canadian River.5/5(1).
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Get this from a library. Fort Supply, Indian Territory: frontier outpost on the plains. [Robert C Carriker].
From Robert Carriker’s book, “Fort Supply: Indian Territory In the beginning water (of insufficient quantity and poor quality) was hauled from Wolf Creek.
It was carted by wagons to barrels behind the officers’ quarters, the laundry, and the barracks/5(5). Home page for the Friends of Historic Fort Supply, an Oklahoma non-profit corporation (c)3 dedicated to preserving and providing the rich history of Historic Fort Supply. Fort Supply had six military roads leading to and from Fort Supply post.
In addition, it was 10 miles east of the famous Western or Texas Cattle Trail where it crossed Otter Creek. The cattle trail entered Indian Territory at Doan's Crossing on the Red River and led north until it neared Camp Supply.
V THE INDIAN TERRITORY MISSION APPENDIX THE SALMON RIVER MISSION 11 bibliography iv IAS 84 VI conclusion. indian M this word originated with the book of mormon and is used year called approximately one hundred men to establish fort supply on smiths fork 5Author: Wesley R. Law. Robert C. Carriker is the author of Fort Supply Indian Territory ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Father Peter John De Smet ( Robert C.
Carriker is the author of Fort Supply Indian Territory ( avg rating, 8 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Father Peter John De Smet /5. For this book, published inRobert Carriker began researching in the s a vast number (he was surprised by the amount) of records housed in the National Archives regarding Fort Supply, located just east of the panhandle of Oklahoma on the North Canadian River.5/5.
Fort Supply (originally Camp Supply) was a United States Army post established on November 18,in Indian Territory to protect the Southern Plains. It was located just east of present-day Fort Supply, Oklahoma, in what was then the Cherokee OutletControlled by: United States.
Fort Supply was located in the western part of the Cherokee Outlet in present Woodward County, Oklahoma. Originally named Camp Supply, it was established on November 18,as the supply base for Maj.
Gen. Philip H. Sheridan's winter campaign against the American Indian tribes of the southern Great Plains. History of the Fort Camp Supply was established in late for the winter campaign against the Plains Indians in western Indian Territory. The military presence was felt for the next twenty-five years as soldiers patrolled the region in an effort to contain the tribes and keep out trespassers.
Fort Supply – Frontier Outpost Camp Supply in Indian Territory, illustration from Harper’s Weekly, February 27, Fort Supply, Oklahoma was originally established as “Camp of Supply” on November 18, The post’s original purpose was to support General Philip Sheridan’s winter campaign against the Southern Plains Indians.
Holmes, Fort, Indian Territory at Choteau, on the Canadian River. Leavenworth, Camp, Indian Territory 12 miles west of Washita. Lower Brule Agency, fort at, Dakota Fort Hale. North Fork of the Canadian, cantonment on, Indian Territory, 70 miles from Fort Supply. Phoenix, Camp, Indian Territory Subsequently Fort Towson.
Price, Camp, Indian. Fort Supply, Indian Territory: Frontier Outpost on the Plains Robert C. Carriker / Paperback / Published Townsite Settlement and Dispossession in the Cherokee Nation, (Native Americans (Garland Publishing, Inc.).) Brad A. Bays / Hardcover / Published Advancing the Frontier, Grant, Foreman / Published Lee & Reynolds Camp Supply Indian Territory - Good For One Dollar in Merchandise in our Indian Trade.
Camp Supply founded on Nov. 18, This was the Headquarters for Gen. Phil Sheridan & Gen. Custer's Winter Campaign against the Cheyenne, Kiowa and other Plains Indians. The Camp Supply became Fort Supply in Seller Rating: % positive. Forts in Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Menu. Legends of America Exploring history, destinations, people, & legends of this great country since Oklahoma Forts of the Old West.
After the Civil War, Fort Arbuckle was occupied by Buffalo Soldiers. Fort Gibson. Fort McCulloch. Fort Reno. Fort Sill. Fort Wayne, Oklahoma. Fort Supply. In the early s they policed large grazing leases that cattlemen held on the Indian lands and the Cherokee Outlet.
When Camp Supply became Fort Supply in Decemberthe post had become the hub of transportation and communication in a region that included southwest Kansas, the Texas Panhandle, and western Indian Territory.FORT SUPPLY, INDIAN TERRITORY Originally established as "Camp of Supply" on November 18,the fort’s original purpose was to support General Philip Sheridan's winter campaign against the.The fort's troops participated in territorial land openings in the s and s, and in the Cherokee Outlet land opening in It was closed as a fort in Today, the Oklahoma Historical Society administers five buildings and a replica stockade at the Fort Supply Historic Site, along with living history events and maisonneuve-group.comon: 1 William Key Blvd, Fort Supply,OK.