Indian Territory Gazetteer Sacras ~ Simpson

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.

Sacras; ferry across Red River in Chickasaw Nation. (Ardmore)

Sageeyah; post village in Cherokee Nation; elevation, 644 feet. (Claremore)

Sager; creek in Cherokee Nation, a fork of Flint Creek, a tributary to Illinois River. (Siloam Springs.)

St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad; an extensive system with several lines traversing the Territory in various directions; one crosses the Territory in a southwestern direction from Pierre City, Missouri, to Lawton, Oklahoma; another from Sapulpa on this line southward to Denison, Texas; another from Fort Smith, Arkansas, southward to Paris, Texas, crossing the southeastern part of the Territory; another from Fayetteville, Arkansas, to Okmulgee; and, finally, a line in the southern part of the Territory from Hope, Arkansas, to Ardmore.

St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway; there is but one line of this extensive system in the Territory, running from Coffeeville, in the eastern part of Kansas, southward and eastward to Fort Smith, Arkansas.

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

Salem Spring; village in Cherokee Nation on Barren Fork. (Tahlequah)

Salina; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Neoaho River, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Siloam Springs)

Salina; post village in Cherokee Nation. (Pryor)

Saline; village in Choctaw Nation. (Pryor)

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

Sallisaw; post village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern and Kansas City Southern railways; population, 965; elevation, 530 feet. (Sallisaw)

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

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

Salt; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Washita River, heading in North and South forks. (Chickasha)

Salt; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a small right-hand branch of Hickory Creek, a tributary of Red River. (Denison, Gainesville)

Salt; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Wild-horse Creek, a tributary of Washita River. (Rush Springs, Pauls Valley)

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

Salt; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of Deep Fork of Canadian River. (Nuyaka)

Salt; creek in Creek Nation, a right-hand branch of Deep Fork of Canadian River. (Nuyaka)

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

Salt; creek, a right-hand branch of Shawnee Creek, a tributary to Canadian River. (Coalgate)

Salt; creek in Seminole Nation, a right-hand branch of Little River, a tributary to Canadian River. (Seminole)

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

Sam; creek in Creek and Cherokee nations, a right-hand branch of Coata Creek, a tributary to Arkansas River. (Muscogee)

Sam; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Sam Lee; station on Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific Railway.

Sand; branch in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Caddo Creek, a tributary to Washita River. (Ardmore)

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

Sand; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Red River. (Denison)

Sand; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Rock Creek, a tributary to Red River. (Denison)

Sand; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Caddo Creek, a tributary to Washita River. (Ardmore)

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

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

Bond; creek in Choctaw Nation, a. right-band branch of Big Creek, a tributary to Canadian River. (Coalgate)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Sandy creek in Choctaw Nation, aright-hand branch of Clear Boggy Creek. (Atoka, Tishomingo)

Sandy; creek in Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, a left-hand branch of Blue River. (Atoka)

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

Sandy; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-band branch of Clear Boggy Creek. (Atoka)

Sandy; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Coal Creek, a tributary to Gaines Creek. (Coalgate, McAlester)

Sandy; creek in Creek Nation, a left-hand branch of Deep Fork of Canadian River, heading in East and West forks. (Nuyaka)

Sandy Bear; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Wildhorse Creek, a tributary to Washita River. (Addington, Rush Springs)

Sandstone; ridge in Choctaw Nation. (Antlers)

Sandtown; village in Cherokee Nation, (Sallisaw)

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

Sansbois; group of hills in Choctaw Nation with an altitude slightly exceeding 1,550 feet. (Sallisaw)

Sansbois; post village in Choctaw Nation. (Sansbois)

Santa Rosa; village in Seminole Nation. (Seminole)

Sapulpa; post village in Creek Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad; population, 891; elevation, 718 feet. (Nuyaka)

Sasakwa; post village in Seminole Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad. (Stonewall)

Sassafras; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Island Bayou, a tributary to Red River. (Bonham)

Saunders; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Caney River, a tributary to Verdigris River. (Claremore)

Saunders; creek in Cherokee Nation, a right-hand branch of Holly Creek, a tributary to Neosho River. (Wyandotte)

Savanna; post village in Choctaw Nation on Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railway, elevation, 724 feet. (McAlester)

Sawokla, post village in Greek Nation.

Sawyer; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Saylor; post village in Choctaw Nation.

Scaly Bark Mountain; summit in Cherokee Nation. (Prior)

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

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

Scipio; post village in Choctaw Nation Canadian.

Scipio; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Canadian River. (Canadian, Wewoka)

Scullin; station on St Louis and San Francisco Railroad.

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

Seef; summit in Rich Mountains in Choctaw Nation. (Winding Stair)

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

Seminole; station on St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway; elevation, 731 feet.

Seminole Nation; reservation with an area of 312 square miles. Its surface is rolling and timbered with post oak and black-jack. The capital is Wewoka. Population, 3,790; 1,143 white, 981 Negro, and 1,662 Indian.

Seneca; reservation in the northeastern part of the Territory with an area of 81 square miles. Population, 970; 799 white and 171 Indian. (Wyandotte)

Senora; post village in Creek Nation.

Sequoya; village in Cherokee Nation on St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad; elevation, 692 feet. (Claremore)

Shady Point; post village in Choctaw Nation on Kansas City Southern Railway. (Sallisaw)

Shakespeare; post village in Cherokee Nation.

Sharp; post village in Creek Nation.

Shawnee; reservation in the northeastern part of the Territory with an area of 20 square miles. Population, 297; 239 white and 58 Indian. (Wyandotte)

Shawnee; creek in Cherokee Nation, a left-hand branch of Cabin Creek, a tributary to Neosho River. (Vinita)

Shawnee; creek in Choctaw Nation, a right-hand branch of Canadian River. (Coalgate)

Shawnee; ridge of hills in Choctaw Nation Coalgate.

Shawneetown; post village in Choctaw Nation. (Shawneetown)

Shay; post village in Chickasaw Nation.

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

Shiggin; creek in Chickasaw Nation, a right-band branch of Hickory Creek, a tributary to Bed River. (Gainesville)

Short; mountain in Choctaw Nation. (Sallisaw)

Silo; post village in Chickasaw Nation; population, 240. (Atoka)

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

Simon; creek in Choctaw Nation, a left-hand branch of Blue River. (Atoka)

Simon; post village in Chickasaw Nation. (Ardmore)

Simpson; village in Chickasaw Nation. (Tishomingo)

Simpson; village in Choctaw Nation. (McAlester)

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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