Civil War Sites in Oklahoma


1
Cowskin Prairie June 6, 1862
2
Stand Watie’s Grave
3
Fort Wayne October 22, 1862
4
Battle of Locust Grove July 3, 1862
5
Hay Camp (Flat Rock) September 16, 1864
6
Fort Blunt/Fort Gibson Historic Site
7
Bayou Menard July 27, 1862
8
George Murrell Home
9
Ross Family Cemetery
10
Fort Davis December 27, 1862
11
Creek Agency October 15, 1863
12
Honey Springs (Elk Creek) July 17, 1863
13
Webbers Falls April 25, 1863
14
Dwight Mission
15
Pleasant Bluff June 15, 1864
16
San Bois Creek August 30, 1863
17
Iron Bridge July 19, 1864
18
Marsten’s Skirmish August, 1864
19
Skullyville August 31, 1863
20
Backbone Mountain August 27, 1864
21
Fort Coffee
22
Perryville August 26, 1863
23
Middle Boggy February 13, 1864
24
Boggy Depot April 24, 1865
25
Watie Surrenders at Doaksville June 23, 1865
26
Fort Towson
27
Fort Washita
28
First Encounter USA vs CSA May 5, 1861
29
Tonkawa Massacre October 24, 1862
30
Fort Cobb
31
Wichita Agency October 23, 1862
32
Oklahoma History Center
33
Twin Mounds 1865
34
Round Mountain (Red Fork) November 19, 1861
35
Chusto-Talasah (Caving Banks) December 9, 1861
36
Chustenahlah December 26, 1861
37
Cabin Creek July 1, 1863
38
Pryor Creek September 19, 1864
  1. Cowskin Prairie – June 6, 1862
  2. Stand Watie’s Grave
  3. Fort Wayne – October 22, 1862
  4. Battle of Locust Grove - July 3, 1862
  5. Hay Camp (Flat Rock) – September 16, 1864
  6. Fort Blunt/Fort Gibson Historic Site
  7. Bayou Menard – July 27, 1862
  8. George Murrell Home
  9. Ross Family Cemetery
  10. Fort Davis – December 27, 1862
  11. Creek Agency – October 15, 1863
  12. Honey Springs (Elk Creek) – July 17, 1863
  13. Webbers Falls – April 25, 1863
  14. Dwight Mission
  15. Pleasant Bluff – June 15, 1864
  16. San Bois Creek – August 30, 1863
  17. Iron Bridge – July 19, 1864
  18. Marsten’s Skirmish – August, 1864
  19. Skullyville – August 31, 1863
  1. Backbone Mountain – August 27, 1864
  2. Fort Coffee
  3. Perryville - August 26, 1863
  4. Middle Boggy – February 13, 1864
  5. Boggy Depot – April 24, 1865
  6. Watie Surrenders at Doaksville – June 23, 1865
  7. Fort Towson
  8. Fort Washita
  9. First Encounter USA vs CSA – May 5, 1861
  10. Tonkawa Massacre – October 24, 1862
  11. Fort Cobb
  12. Wichita Agency – October 23, 1862
  13. Oklahoma History Center
  14. Twin Mounds – 1865
  15. Round Mountain (Red Fork) – November 19, 1861
  16. Chusto-Talasah (Caving Banks) – December 9, 1861
  17. Chustenahlah – December 26, 1861
  18. Cabin Creek – July 1, 1863
  19. Pryor Creek - September 19, 1864