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116 South Broadway and NRHP Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., March 10, 2014
116 South Broadway and NRHP Marker
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — 116 South Broadway
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73193) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — 1st Regiment Kansas Colored Volunteers 1863 - 1865
On July 17, 1863, at the Battle of Honey Springs, the 1st Kansas Colored Volunteers wrote a stirring page in American history, becoming one of the first Black units of the Civil War to play a key role in a Union victory as Major General James G. . . . — Map (db m80514) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — City Hall
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73157) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — Jefferson Highway c. 1920
Was a 2290 mile transcontinental "National Trail" from Winnipeg, Canada to New Orleans, Louisiana; Roadway through town ran from North Broadway to Gentry Avenue, then on SW 2nd Street and back to South Broadway; Route formed what . . . — Map (db m73153) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — Kniseley and Long Building
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73195) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — Methodist Episcopal Church, South
Established - 1890 Sanctuary Built - 1917 Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior November 13, 1984 — Map (db m73156) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — Missouri-Kansas-Texas Depot
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73154) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — Paul Henry Carr 1924 - 1944 WWII Naval Hero, Checotah
Gunner's Mate 3rd Class Paul Henry Carr, USNR (1924-1944), heroic Gun Captain of the After 5-inch Mount of the Destroyer Escort, Samuel B. Roberts (DE-413), died during the battle off Samar, Battle of Leyte Gulf, 25 Oct. 1944. He was awarded a . . . — Map (db m73155) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — The Gentry Block
From 1898-1902, ambitious Checotah townspeople invested in the city's future by building impressive red brick Romanesque structures. The Block shown in the antique engraving was planned by Mr. W.E. Gentry, "The Father of Checotah." This arch . . . — Map (db m73196) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — Towry Brothers Building
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m73194) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Checotah — Veterans Memorial
Those Who Served All Gave Some ... Some Gave All — Map (db m73159) WM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Eufaula — Alexander Posey
Birthplace: 2½ miles N.E., 1873 Creek Poet: "Dew and the Bird," "Ode to Sequoyah," and other poems. Columnist: famous "Fus Fixico" letters. Editor, "Muskogee Times" and Eufaula "Indian Journal." Supt. of Creek Orphan School; in charge of . . . — Map (db m73198) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Eufaula — City Hall
. . . — Map (db m73201) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Eufaula — Green Corn Dance
Greatest ceremonial rite of Creek Indians was Green Corn Dance. It was held at time of year when before corn had fully matured and while grains were soft. Dance was celebration of harvest season and was of intense religious devotion. In . . . — Map (db m64184) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Eufaula — Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to all who have served in the defense of our country Presented & dedicated Sept. 16, 1994 — Map (db m73199) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Rentiesville — Confederate Soldiers Honey Springs July 17, 1863
"Lord God of Hosts be with us yet, lest we forget, lest we forget" This commemorative marker is respectfully dedicated to honor the brave soldiers of the Confederate States of America who gallantly fought and died here on July 17, 1863. The Battle . . . — Map (db m52289) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Rentiesville — Five Civilized Tribes in the Battle of Honey Springs
Order Of Battle (Indian Units) Federal Forces: First Indian Home Guard (Cherokee) Second Indian Home Guard (Cherokee) Confederate Forces: First Choctaw Regiment Second Choctaw Regiment First Chickasaw and Choctaw Regiment . . . — Map (db m52286) HM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Rentiesville — Texas Monument Battle of Honey Springs
. . . — Map (db m76478) WM
Oklahoma (McIntosh County), Rentiesville — Union Soldiers Honey Springs July 17, 1863
"We here highly resolve that these dead shall not have fallen in vain" This commemorative marker is dedicated to the memory of the Union soldiers who bravely fought and died here on July 17, 1863. Major General James G. Blunt began moving 3,000 . . . — Map (db m52288) HM

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