At this location on October 1, 1845, a military expedition to the Rocky Mountains under the command of James William Abert paused on its return journey to sketch the buttes appearing to the south. This was the first expedition to make t ...
Site about 2 mi. N.
Post established on Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation, March 6, 1879, by 23rd Inf., under Col. Richard Doge. He completed his book "Our Wild Indians" there. Post abandoned in June, 1882. Stone buildings we ...
Chief Left Hand
Born in the 1840's somewhere west of the present Fort Supply. Left Hand ( Niwath also Nawathit) became principle chief of the southern Arapahoes on the death of Little Raven in 1889. A noted buffalo hunter and warri ...
Henry Roman Nose
Cheyenne chief Henry Roman
Nose for whom this State Park
was named originally owned this
600 acre tract which comprised
his allotment. His campground
was located about 50 yards
National Register of Historic Places.
Gillespie Building (added 1989 - Building - #89001963)
Also known as American State Bank Building;Canadian Rivers Historical Museum
102 E. Main St., Geary, OK
Historic Significance: Event
Born in Tennessee in 1805 of Scottish and Cherokee descent, Jesse Chisholm came to Indian Territory in the 1820's for 40 years he operated trading posts near Asher, Purcell Watonga and Okla. City. Also a guide, fre ...
Died Mar. 4. 1868
No one left his home cold or hungry
Born in Tennessee in 1805 of Scottish and Cherokee descent, Jesse Chisholm came to Indian Territory in the 1820's for 40 years he ...
Once a favorite area of the Cheyenne tribe, this area is a scenic retreat set on a canyon bluff that overlooks ancient mesas. Towering cedars, buffalo grass, and wild blue sage add to the beauty of the legendary setting, and to the enjo ...
Whirlwind Mission at this location A day school opened here in 1897 for Cheyenne children was named for the friendly Chief Whirlwind. In 1904 to 1917, it was a well known mission school under the auspices of the Protestant Episcopal Chu ...