SouthWest Oklahoma History

Oklahoma 1900

Southwest Oklahoma counties of 1900r
Blaine, Custer, Day, Dewey, Roger Mills, Washita (from Cheyenne and Arapaho lands),
Greer (later subdivided to Beckham, Jackson and Harmon counties),
Wichita land (later Caddo county), and Kiowa, Comanche and Apache land
(later Comanche, Cotton, Kiowa, Tillman counties and part of Stephens county).
Day county was abolished at statehood, becoming the northern portion of
Roger Mills county and southern portion of Ellis county.
SW Oklahoma Counties
Beckham County
Beckham County in OKGenWeb
Blaine County
Blaine County in OKGenWeb
Caddo County
Caddo County in OKGenWeb

Caddo County Genealogical Society
Comanche County
Comanche County in OKGenWeb

Cotton County
Cotton County OKGenWeb

Cemeteries at
Custer County
Custer County OKGenWeb

History of "G" County

Custer County, Oklahoma Pioneers 1892-1906

Western Plains Library System
Old Day County 1892-1907
History & Pioneers

Dewey County
Dewey County OKGenWeb

Western Plains Library System

Greer County
Greer County OKGenWeb

"Old Greer County" Resources

Greer County Genealogical and Historical Society

Harmon County
Harmon County OKGenWeb

Funeral Records, Hollis, OK 1926-1938

Southern Prairie Library System

Jackson County
Jackson County OKGenWeb

"Tale of Two Cities" Town of East Duke

Jackson County photos

Western Trails Genealogical Society

Southern Prairie Library System

Museum of Western Prairie, Altus, Oklahoma

Kiowa County

Kiowa County OKGenWeb

The Story of Frank Lugert

Roger Mills County
Roger Mills County OKGenWeb

Western Plains Library System

Roger Mills County GenForum
Tillman County
Tillman County OKGenWeb

Tillman County Historical Museum

Kiowa, Comanche, Apache Lands

Cheyenne & Arapaho Lands

Wichita & Caddo

1891 Schedule of Allotments Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation - Native American Research Project

Washita County
Washita County in OKGenWeb

Western Plains Library System

Washita County 1893 Newspaper

Southwest Oklahoma Family History

Oklahoma Land Openeings 1889-1907

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