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[Map: OHPG0096]

Description: Map of 19N 9E showing an area encompassing Creek County and the town of Mannford towards south and the native allotment names allocated by the Dawes Commission
Date: 1900
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Map: OHPG0099]

Description: Map of 18N 9E showing an area of Creek County open land North of Bristow and the Indian Allotments made by the Dawes Commission
Date: 1900
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Map: OHPG0095]

Description: Map of 19N 8E showing an area of open Creek County land south of he Cimarron River encompassing Silver City and the Indian Allotments allocated by the Dawes Commission
Date: 1900
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Map: OHPG0098]

Description: Map of 18N 8E showing an area of Creek County encompassing the town of Olive and the Indian Allotments made by the Dawes Commission
Date: 1900
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Map: OHPG0097]

Description: Map of 19N 10E showing an area encompassing Creek and Tulsa counties south of Keystone and the Indian Allotments made by the Dawes Commission
Date: 1900
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Map: OHPG0100]

Description: Map of 18N 10E showing an area of Creek County open land north of Kellyville and the Indian Allotments made by the Dawes Commiddion
Date: 1900
Partner: Keystone Crossroads Historical Society

[Engineers Looking at Mat of Washita River]

Description: Photograph of WPS #1 Planning Engineer, Dellas Anderson, alongside Turkish Agricultural Engineers Mete Erguder and Erdogan Bilgic checking progress in installing floodwater retarding structures for reduction of floodwater damage in Reach II of the Washita River. People shown in photo go as followed from left to right: 1. Dellas Anderson, 2. Mete Erguder, 3. Fikret Gormen. The back of the photograph proclaims, "Dellas Anderson, Planning Engineer, WPS #1, Mete Erguder and Erdogan Bilgic (left to … more
Date: July 1967
Creator: Croom, Dan F.
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 85: Pontotoc County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Pontotoc County Soil Conservation District number 85, with additional notations for South Canadian River. The district was organized on December 11th, encompassing all of Pontotoc County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 84: Latimer County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Latimer County Soil Conservation District number 84. The district was organized in August 9th, 1951, encompassing all of Latimer County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 83: Johnston County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Johnston County Soil Conservation District number 83. The district was organized on June 18th, 1951, encompassing all of Johnston County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 82: Murrary County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Murray County Soil Conservation District number 82, with additional notations for Washita River. The district was organized on October 31, 1950, encompassing all of Murrary County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 80: East Woods

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of East Wood Soil Conservation District number 80, with additional notations for Cimarron River and bordering counties. The district was organized in December 17th, 1948, and began operations September 6th, 1949, encompassing all of East Woods.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 80: East Woods_2

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of East Woods Soil Conservation District number 80, with additional notations for Cimarron River and bordering counties. The district was organized in December 29, 1948, encompassing part of East Woods County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 77: Pawnee County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Pawnee County Soil Conservation District number 77. The district was organized on October 26, 1946, and began operations April 30, 1948, encompassing all of Pawnee County as well as bordering counties.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 78: Cotton County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Cotton County Soil Conservation District number 78, with additional notations for the Red River. The district was organized in October 12, 1948, encompassing all of Cotton County as well as the bordering counties and state of Texas border.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 76: Kiowa County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Kiowa County Soil Conservation District number 76, with additional notations for the fork of the Red River, Washita River, and bordering counties. The district was organized in February 23, 1946, and began operations July 16, 1947, encompassing parts of Kiowa County and additional annexation areas.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 75: Ottawa County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Ottawa County Soil Conservation District number 75, with additional notations for Grand River and bordering counties, including state of Kansas. The district was organized on March 27, 1946, and began operations on July 7, 1947, encompassing all of Ottawa County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 81: Haskell County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Haskell County Soil Conservation District number 81, with additional notations for Arkansas River and bordering counties. The district was organized on April 19, 1950, and began operations April 2, 1951, encompassing all of Haskell County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society

Soil Conservation District 79: Cimarron County

Description: Township-range grid map for a portion of Oklahoma with handwritten markings denoting the boundaries of Cimarron County Soil Conservation District number 79. The district was organized in November 23,1948 and began operations September 2, 1949, encompassing all of Cimarron County.
Date: unknown
Creator: Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Location: None
Partner: Oklahoma Conservation Historical Society
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