Indian Territory Gazetteer Illinois ~ Jumper

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.

Illinois; station on St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway; elevation, 495 feet.

Illinois; river, a left-hand branch of Neosho River. It heads in the Ozark Hills in northwestern Arkansas and flows southwest to its mouth in Cherokee Nation. (Muscogee, Tahlequah, Siloam Springs)

Indiangrave Hollow; valley of Indiangrave Creek, a right-hand branch of Illinois River, in Cherokee Nation. (Siloam Spring)

Indianola; post village in Choctaw Nation on Fort Smith and Western Railroad. (Canadian)

Inola; post village in Creek Nation on St. Louie, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway; elevation, 600 feet. (Claremore)

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

Irene; post village in Creek Nation.

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

Iron Bridge; post village in Choctaw Nation. (Sallisaw)

Iroquois; station on Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway.

Island; ferry across Verdigris River in Cherokee Nation. (Claremore)

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

Island Bayou; left-hand branch of Red River in Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations. (Bonham)

Isom Springs; post village in Chickasaw Nation.


Jackford; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Clear Boggy Creek, heading in North and South Fork. (Stonewall)

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

Jackford; mountains in Choctaw Nation, a ridge of the Ozark Hills trending northeast and southwest; altitude, 1,550 feet. (Tuskahoma, McAlester)

Jackson; branch in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Rock Creek, a tributary to Kiamichi River. (Tuskahoma)

Jackson; creek in Choctaw Nation, a small right-hand branch of Canadian River. (Sansbois)

Jackson; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Paris)

James; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Little River. (Winding Stair)

James; fork in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Poteau River, heading in Arkansas and flowing west into Indian Territory. (Fort Smith, Sallisaw)

Jane Dennis; creek in Cherokee Nation, a small left-hand branch of Neosho River. (Pryor)

Janis; post village in Choctaw Nation. (Shawneetown)

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

Jeffs; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Coalgate)

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

Jerrys; branch in Chickasaw Nation, a small right-hand branch of Shiggin Creek, a tributary to Red River. (Gainesville)

Jesse; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Stonewall)

Jimtown; village in Chickasaw Nation. (Gainesville)

Johnson; post village in Chickasaw Nation, population, 204. (Pauls Valley)

Johnson Prairie; low stretch of land in Cherokee Nation, northwest of Illinois River. (Siloam Springs)

Johnsonville; station on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway.

Johnstown; village in Choctaw Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway. (McAlester)

Jones; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Gaines Creek, a tributary to Canadian River. (Canadian)

Juanita; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Jumper; creek in Seminole Nation, a right-hand branch of Canadian River. (Stonewall)

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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