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Historical Markers in Delaware County, Oklahoma

 
Clickable Map of Delaware County, Oklahoma and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Delaware County, OK (3) Adair County, OK (1) Cherokee County, OK (8) Craig County, OK (6) Mayes County, OK (14) Ottawa County, OK (33) Benton County, AR (112) McDonald County, MO (1)  DelawareCounty(3) Delaware County (3)  AdairCounty(1) Adair County (1)  CherokeeCounty(8) Cherokee County (8)  CraigCounty(6) Craig County (6)  MayesCounty(14) Mayes County (14)  OttawaCounty(33) Ottawa County (33)  BentonCountyArkansas(112) Benton County (112)  McDonaldCountyMissouri(1) McDonald County (1)
Jay is the county seat for Delaware County
Adjacent to Delaware County, Oklahoma
      Adair County (1)  
      Cherokee County (8)  
      Craig County (6)  
      Mayes County (14)  
      Ottawa County (33)  
      Benton County, Arkansas (112)  
      McDonald County, Missouri (1)  
 
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1Oklahoma, Delaware County, Bernice — Rolston Memorial
Louis Rolston Jr., the cemetery's namesake, a Cherokee Indian, was born in Georgia September 10, 1838. He enlisted in the Federal Army in 1862 and served under Col. John D. Allen in Company K. of the 16th Regiment. He participated in the Battles of . . . Map (db m21239) HM
2Oklahoma, Delaware County, Jay — 155 — Fort Wayne
Established in autumn 1839 by Lt. Col. R.B. Mason and 1st Dragoons, U.S. Army, and named in honor of Gen. “Mad” Anthony Wayne. Abandoned on May 15, 1842. Here in July 1861 Col. Stand Watie established a Confederate army post and . . . Map (db m99747) HM
3Oklahoma, Delaware County, Near Dodge — Stand WatieDegataga Oo-Watee
Stand Watie was only American Indian to attain rank of Brigadier General during Civil War and was last Confederate General to surrender. Born in Georgia, December 12, 1806. He spoke only the Cherokee language until he was twelve years of age. . . . Map (db m25557) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Jan. 31, 2023