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Haskell County Oklahoma Historical Markers

 
Battle of the J.R. Williams Marker image, Touch for more information
By Michael Manning, March 26, 3013
Battle of the J.R. Williams Marker
Oklahoma (Haskell County), Stigler — 69 — Battle of the J.R. Williams
Site of Civil War naval battle. Confederate Indian forces led by Brig. Gen. Stand Watie, forced aground and captured Union Steamboat J.R. Williams with cargo worth $120,000, on June 15, 1864. Southern troops included Choctaws, Chickasaws, Creeks and . . . — Map (db m64073) HM
Oklahoma (Haskell County), Stigler — 70 — Tamaha Jail and Ferry Landing
One of the earliest port towns and trading centers in Choctaw Nation, I.T. Choctaws brought from Mississippi up Arkansas River to Tamaha on steamboats as early as 1831. Tamaha developed as port and ferry crossing around 1836. Post office built 1884 . . . — Map (db m76457) HM
Oklahoma (Haskell County), Tamaha — Tamaha Jail and Ferry Landing
Memorial to one of the earliest port towns and trading centers in the Choctaw Nation, I.T. Choctaws brought from Mississippi up Arkansas River to Tamaha on steamboats as early as 1831. Tamaha developed as port and ferry crossing around 1836. Post . . . — Map (db m77875) HM

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