“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”

Caddo County Oklahoma Historical Markers

Chief Joseph Marker image, Touch for more information
Photo by Edward Curtis
Chief Joseph Marker
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Anadarko — Chief Joseph(Himnaton - Yalakit)
1838 (approx.) 1904 Famous in Military and Tactical skill for his tribe, The Nez Perce. — Map (db m11497) HM
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Anadarko — Jim Thorp( Wa-Tho-Buck)
1888 - 1953 Sac and Fox & part Potawatomi. World's Greatest Athlete, Winner of the Olympic Games at Stockholm Sweden, 1912. — Map (db m11496) HM
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Anadarko — Pocahontas
Powhatan --- 1595 to 1617 Noted as the Angel of Mercy who saved the starving colonists of Jamestown, Virginia Sculptor: Kenneth F. Campbell Donor: National Society of the Colonial Dames XVII Century — Map (db m7619) HM
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Anadarko — Pontiac1720 - 1769
Noted Ottawa Chief in Detroit region. Warrior, orator and organizer of the Indian Tribes to save America for the Indian People. — Map (db m11499) HM
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Anadarko — Sequoyah
Cherokee - - - 1764-1843 Artist and tribal leader Famous inventor of the Cherokee Alphabet Sculptor Leonard McMurry — Map (db m28103) HM
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Anadarko — Stand WatieTsa-La-Gi 1806-1871
Beloved Southern Cherokee Chief who served during Civil War as brave Brigadier General. Last Confederate leader to surrender. Donors Frances Billingsley Plains Indian Arts and Crafts — Map (db m7719) HM
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Anadarko — Tecumseh1768 - 1813 — Shawnee —
A noted warrior / statesman who conceived a confederation of Indian Tribes to stem the flow of white migration, revitalize tribal culture and preserve tribal lands along the Mississippi Valley. Killed in the Battle of Thames River, 1813 . . . — Map (db m11498) HM
Oklahoma (Caddo County), Hinton — Britton School
Established in 1911 and known as Science Hill. The school house was located one half mile east of this memorial. Later the name was changed to Britton School in honor of the pioneer family. The church located at the same site served as a Grade . . . — Map (db m142497) HM

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May. 27, 2020