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California Road, crossed here. First traveled by gold seekers in Rush for California spring 1849, under military escort commanded by Captain R.B. Marcy, west from Fort Smith, Arkansas. Antelope Hills, 8 miles northwest, once landmark for internati…
Henry, Frederick F, Recipient of Congressional Medal of Honor; The Asistic Pacific Ribbon with two bronze stars; The Philippines Liberation Ribbon with bronze star; the Bronze Star Medal with an oak leaf cluster.
1921 Tulsa Race Riot Survivor
Btry B 171st FA BN World War II Btry C 160th FA BN Korean War Haskell, Oklahoma
Dedicated to the men and women of Haskell who served their country with honor In Memoriam 1917 - 1918 Toll Donaghe 1941 - 1945 Raymond Harmon · Lee Elliott, Jr. Tommie Riddle · Arthur Miller Joe S. Ferguson · …
Toll Donaghe · WW I · 1918 Lee Elliott · WW II · 1943 Donaghe - Elliott Post 56 Haskell Oklahoma Chartered 1934 Honoring All American Veterans In times of trouble and of war God and the Soldier we all…
Battery E 160th Field Artillery Mobilized 45th Infantry Division 24 September 1940 [Honor Roll of Veterans] Battery C 160th Field Artillery Mobilized 45th Infantry Division 1 September 1950 [Honor Roll of Veterans]
Healing Walkway "Lifting as we climb-The eternal verities shall prevail" ~ B.C. Franklin ~ ———————————————————— We have b…
The Tulsa race riot of 1921 was the single worst incident of racial violence in American history. It began after Dick Rowland, a nineteen-year-old African American shoe shiner, was accused of assaulting Sarah Page, a young white elevator operator,…
Built and dedicated April 4, 1921 Completely reduced to charred smoldering ruin during Tulsa's infamous race riot June 1, 1921 Rebuilt and dedicated as a monument to faithfulness and perseverance October 21, 1952 Dedicated and registered…
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