“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Enid, Oklahoma

Clickable Map of Garfield County, Oklahoma and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Garfield County, OK (6) Alfalfa County, OK (1) Grant County, OK (1) Kay County, OK (35) Kingfisher County, OK (8) Logan County, OK (28) Major County, OK (5) Noble County, OK (4)  GarfieldCounty(6) Garfield County (6)  AlfalfaCounty(1) Alfalfa County (1)  GrantCounty(1) Grant County (1)  KayCounty(35) Kay County (35)  KingfisherCounty(8) Kingfisher County (8)  LoganCounty(28) Logan County (28)  MajorCounty(5) Major County (5)  NobleCounty(4) Noble County (4)
Enid is the county seat for Garfield County
Enid is in Garfield County
      Garfield County (6)  
      Alfalfa County (1)  
      Grant County (1)  
      Kay County (35)  
      Kingfisher County (8)  
      Logan County (28)  
      Major County (5)  
      Noble County (4)  
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1Oklahoma (Garfield County), Enid — Government Springs
A Camping Place on the Old Chisholm Trail Before and After 1865 Though the pathfinders die the paths remain open Map (db m55716) HM
2Oklahoma (Garfield County), Enid — Jesse Chisholm(circa 1805-1868)
A section of the famed Chisholm Trail (1867-1885), which was used to drive cattle from Texas to the rail heads in Kansas after the Civil War, crosses a portion of Vance AFB near the entrance to the Armed Forces Reserve Center. The trail was named . . . Map (db m89793) HM
3Oklahoma (Garfield County), Enid — The Chisholm Trail1865 – 1893
Here passed the Old Cattle Trail, blazed by Jesse Chisholm, which finally stretched for eight hundred miles from San Antonio, Texas to Abilene, Kansas over which cowboys from the pasture-lands of the great southwest drove their herds to the . . . Map (db m55715) HM
4Oklahoma (Garfield County), Enid — The Missouri Compromise(36° 30' North Latitude)
This marker sits on the Missouri Compromise line which by an Act of Congress on March 6, 1820, enabled Missouri to be admitted to the Union as a Slave State. But, the Act forbade slavery in the rest of the Louisiana Purchase North of the 36° 30' . . . Map (db m55714) HM
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Sep. 27, 2022