Indian Territory Gazetteer Cabanis ~ Christie

The names appearing in parentheses at the end of the description in the following gazetteer refer to the atlas sheets published separately by the United States Geological Survey.

Cabanis; post village in Choctaw Nation. Cabin; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Neosho River. (Pryor, Vinita)

Cache; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Arkansas River. (Sallisaw)

Cache; village in Choctaw Nation. (Sallisaw)

Caddo; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch Washita River. (Ardmore, Tishomingo, Addington)

Caddo; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Blue River, a tributary to Red River. (Atoka)

Caddo; post village in Choctaw Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway; elevation, 708 feet. (Atoka)

Caddo Hills; isolated hills in Choctaw Nation. (Atoka)

Cade; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Cairo; post village in Choctaw Nation on Choctaw, Oklahoma, and Gulf Railroad.

Cale; station on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway.

California; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Verdigris River, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Nowata)

Calloway; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Calunchety Hollow; valley of Calunchety Creek, a right-hand branch of Flint Creek, a tributary to Illinois River, in Cherokee Nation. (Siloam Springs)

Calvin; post village in Choctaw Nation on Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad; elevation, 715 feet. (Coalgate)

Cameron; post village in Choctaw Nation on Paris Branch of St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad. (Sallisaw)

Camp; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Arkansas River. (Fort Smith, Sallisaw)

Camp; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Washita River. (Tishomingo)

Campbell; post village in Cherokee Nation on Kansas and Arkansas Valley Division of St Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway. (Muscogee)

Canadian; post village in Choctaw Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway; population, 622. (Canadian)

Canadian; river of New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Indian Territory, a large right-hand branch of Arkansas River which heads in Raton Pass, in northern New Mexico, and flows at first south and then east down the slope of the plains, joining Arkansas River in the eastern part of Indian Territory; length, 758 miles.

Canadian Bandy; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Canadian River. (Pauls Valley)

Canadian Sandy; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Sandy Creek, a tributary to Canadian River. (Stonewall)

Cane; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Kiamichi River. (Antlers)

Cane; creek in Creek Nation, a right-hand branch of Cloud Creek, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Okmulgee)

Caney; branch in Chickasaw Nation, B left-hand branch of Rock

Creek, a tributary of Red River. (Denison)

Caney; creek, a left-hand branch of Little River, heading in Choctaw Nation and flowing into Arkansas. (Shawneetown)

Caney; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Illinois River. (Tahlequah)

Caney; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Clear Boggy Creek. (Atoka)

Caney; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Little River. (Alikchi)

Caney; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Wild-horse Creek, a tributary to Gaines Creek, (McAlester)

Caney; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Muddy Boggy Creek. (Coalgate)

Caney; post village in Choctaw Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway; elevation, 532 feet. (Atoka)

Caney; river in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Verdigris River, a tributary to Arkansas River, heading in Kansas and flowing south. (Claremore, Nowata)

Caney Boggy; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Muddy Boggy Creek. (Antlers)

Caney Boggy; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Muddy Creek. (Coalgate)

Canyon; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Clear Boggy Creek. (Stonewall)

Carbon; post village in Choctaw Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway.

Carr; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of North Fork Canadian River, a tributary to Canadian River, (Canadian)

Canon; post village in Creek Nation.

Cartersville; post village in Choctaw Nation. (Sallisaw)

Cass; lake in Cherokee Nation north of Caney River Nowata.

Castle; post village in Creek Nation on Fort Smith and Western Railroad.

Caston; station on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad.

Cat; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-band branch of Neosho River. (Pryor)

Catale; post village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad Vinita.

Catfish; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of Little Deep Creek, a tributary through Little Deep Fork Creek to Deep Fork of Canadian River. (Nuyaka)

Cathay; post village in Creek Nation.

Catoosa; post village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad; population, 241. (Claremore)

Cavanal; village in Choctaw Nation on Paris Line of St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad; elevation, 469 feet. (Winding Stair.)

Cavanal Mountain; summit in Choctaw Nation. (Sallisaw)

Caw; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Neosho River. (Wyandotte)

Cayuga; post village in Seneca Reservation. (Wyandotte)

Cedar; post village in Creek Nation.

Cedar; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Arkansas River. (Muscogee)

Cedar; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Coon Creek, a tributary to Caney Creek. (Nowata)

Cedar; creek in Cherokee Nation, a small left-hand branch of Little Sallisaw Creek, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Tahlequah, Sallisaw)

Cedar; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Verdigris River, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Nowata, Vinita)

Cedar; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Pennington Creek, a tributary to Washita River. (Tishomingo)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Brazil Creek, a tributary to Poteau River. (Sallisaw)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Glover Creek, a tributary to Little River. (Lukfata)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-band branch of Kiamichi River, heading in West Fork. (Antlers, Alikchi)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Black Fork, a tributary to Poteau River. (Winding Stair)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Muddy Boggy Creek. (Coalgate)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a small right-hand branch of Poteau River. (Sallisaw)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of James Fork, a tributary to Poteau River. (Sallisaw)

Cedar; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Kiamichi River. (Tuskahoma)

Cedar; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of Arkansas River. (Okmulgee)

Celestine; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Center; post village in Chickasaw Nation Stonewall.

Centralia; post village in Cherokee Nation. (Vinita)

Chaffee; post village in Cherokee Nation.

Chagris; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Addington)

Chance; post village in Cherokee Nation. (Siloam Springe)

Chant; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Chapel; post village in Cherokee Nation.

Charles; lake of crescent shape in Red River bottom land in Choctaw Nation. (Shawneetown)

Chase; post village in Creek Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad.

Checotah; post village in Creek Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway; population, 805. (Canadian)

Cheek; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Washita River. (Pauls Valley)

Cheek; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Ardmore)

Chelsea; post village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad; population, 566. (Vinita)

Cherokee; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Spavinaw Creek. (Siloam Springs)

Cherokee Junction; station on St Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway.

Cherokee Nation; reservation occupying the northern part of the Territory with an area of 7,861 square miles. West of Neosho River the surface consists mostly of a rolling prairie, but slightly timbered. East of Neosho and Arkansas rivers the Ozark Plateau extends into the Territory from Arkansas, and the country is well timbered nearly down to the rivers. The capital is Tahlequah. Population, white, 66,951; Indian, 25,639; Negro, 9,162; total, 101,754.

Cherokee Sandy; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Washita River. (Paula Valley)

Cherryvale; village in Choctaw Nation on Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad. (McAlester)

Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific Railway; a system with several lines traversing the Territory in various directions.

Chickasaw; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Muddy Boggy Creek. (Antlers)

Chickasaw; creek in Choctaw Nation, a small right-hand branch of Cedar Creek, a tributary to Kiamichi River. (Antlers, Atoka)

Chickasaw Nation; reservation in the south western part of the Territory with an area of 7,267 square miles. The surface is mainly rolling with little decided relief. It is partly timbered with hard woods. The capital is Tishomingo. Population, white, 124,306; Indian, 6,872; Negro, 9,066; total, 139,260.

Chickasha; post village in Chickasaw Nation on Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway and on St Louis and San Francisco Railroad; population, 3,209. (Chickasha)

Chicken; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of Little Deep Fort Creek, a tributary to Deep Fork Canadian River. (Nayaka)

Chickiechockie; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Chigley; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Pauls Valley)

Chigley Sandy; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Washita River. (Pauls Valley)

Childers; post village in Cherokee Nation.

Childers; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of Polecat Creek, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Nuyaka)

Childers; lake in Creek Nation north of Verdigris River Claremore.

Chili; station on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway.

Chism; post village in Chickasaw Nation.

Chloeta; post village in Cherokee Nation. (Siloam Springs)

Choate; post village in Choctaw Nation. (Canadian)

Chockie; station on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway.

Choctaw Junction; station on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad.

Choctaw Nation; reservation in the south eastern part of the Territory with an area of 10,450 square miles. It is crossed from east to west by the Ozark Hills, a broad belt of mountain ridges, which extend into the Territory from Arkansas. North and south of these mountains the country is rolling and most of it is well timbered with bard woods. The capital is Tuskahoma. Population, white, 79,332; Indian, 10,321; Negro, 10,123; total, 09,681.

Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad; now a part of the Rock Island system, which crosses the Territory from Mannsville, near Fort Smith, to Oklahoma City.

Choska; post village in Creek Nation Okmulgee.

Choteau; post village in Cherokee Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway. (Pryor)

Choteau; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Neosho River. (Pryor)

Chriner; lake in Chickasaw Nation. (Gainesville)

Christie; post village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis and Son Francisco Railroad.

Indian Territory Gazetteer

Source: United States Geological Survey, by Henry Gannett, Oklahoma, Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Charles D. Walcott. Director, Washington, Government Printing Office, 1905.

 

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