Indian Territory Gazetteer Damon ~ Dwight

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.

Damon; post village in Choctaw Nation. (Tuskahoma)

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

Davenport; station on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad; elevation, 473 feet.

David; village in Cherokee Nation. (Vinita)

Davis; post village in Chickasaw Nation on Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway. (Pauls Valley, Ardmore)

Davis; ferry across Clear Boggy Greek, in Choctaw Nation. (Atoka)

Dawes; post village in Cherokee Nation.

Dawson; post village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad. (Claremore)

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

Decherds; bend in Red River in Chickasaw Nation. (Gainesville)

Deep; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Illinois River, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Muscogee)

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

Deep Fork of Canadian; river, a left-hand branch of North Fork of Canadian River, heading in Oklahoma Territory and flowing east and then south through Creek Nation. Canadian, Nuyaka, Okmulgee.

Deer; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Mud Creek, a tributary to Red River, heading in South Fork. (Addington)

Dear; creek in Seminole Nation, a right-hand branch of North Fork of Canadian River. (Seminole)

Delaware; creek in Cherokee Nation, aright-hand branch of Bird Creek, a tributary to Verdigris River. (Claremore)

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

Delaware; post village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway. (Nowata)

Demijohn; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Walnut Bayou; a tributary to Red River. (Ardmore)

Depew; post village in Creek Nation.

Dewey; post village in Cherokee Nation on Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway.

Dexter; post village in Choctaw Nation on St. Louie and San Francisco Railroad. (Tishomingo)

Diamond Spring; branch in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Blue River. (Tishomingo)

Dibble; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Walnut Creek, a tributary to Canadian River. Chickasha)

Dibble; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Chickasha)

Dirteater; ford across Neosho River in Cherokee Nation. (Pryor)

Dirty; creek, a right-hand branch of Arkansas River. (Sansbois, Muscogee)

Diver; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Pryor Creek, a tributary to Neoaho River. (Pryor)

Dixie; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Addington)

Doaksville; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Red River. (Alikchi, Clarkesville)

Doaksville; village in Choctaw Nation. (Alikchi)

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

Dog; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Panther Creek, a tributary to Verdigris River. (Pryor, Claremore.

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

Dolan; station on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway; elevation, 517 feet.

Dolberg; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Stonewall)

Double; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Verdigris River, heading in North and South forks. (Nowata)

Doable; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Caney River, heading in North and South forks. (Nowata)

Double Spring; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Fourteen mile Creek, a tributary to Neosho River. (Muscogee)

Double Spring; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Spring Creek, a tributary to Neosho River. (Pryor, Siloam Springs)

Dougherty; post village in Chickasaw Nation on Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway elevation, 775 feet. (Ardmore)

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

Doyle; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Rush Springs)

Drake; post village in Chickasaw Nation on St. Lonis and San Francisco Railroad.

Dripping Springs; branch in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Illinois River, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Siloam Springs)

Dripping Springs; village in Cherokee Nation. (Siloam Springs)

Drowning; creek in Cherokee Nation, a small left-hand branch of Neosho River. (Siloam Springs, Wyandotte)

Dry; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Spavinaw Creek, a tributary to Neosho River. (Siloam Springs)

Dry; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Washita River. (Rush Springs)

Dry; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Walnut Bayou, a tributary to Red River. (Gainesville)

Dry; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Mountain Fork, a tributary to Little River. (Lukfata)

Duchess; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Canadian River. (Sansbois)

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

Duck; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of Snake Creek, a tributary to Arkansas River, heading in North, South, and Middle Duck Creek. (Nuyaka, Okmulgee)

Dumpling; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand tributary to Kiamichi River. (Antlers)

Duncan; post village in Chickasaw Nation on Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway; population, 1,164; elevation, 1,126 feet. (Rush Springs)

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

Durant; post village in Choctaw Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas and St. Louis and San Francisco railroads; population, 2, 969; elevation, 643 feet. (Bonham)

Durwood; post village in Chickasaw Nation on Choctaw, Oklahoma and Gulf Railroad. (Tishomingo)

Dwight; post village in Choctaw Nation.

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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