Union Official Records Report of the Battle (O.R. SERIES I VOLUME XXII/2 S# 33)
Early in 1864 approximately 1,500 Union soldiers under Colonel William A. Phillips set out on an expedition to cut a ... Battle of Boggy Creek
The "burying ground" was first used by emigrants traveling on the Butterfield Stage road who camped at a spring, which was later called "Harkins' Spring," just north of the Middle Boggy River (today known as the Muddy Boggy).
The museum offers a unique look into the varied history of southeastern Oklahoma. From pre-historic bones, the Choctaw Trail of Tears and a stop on the Butterfield Stage Line, to homegrown talents Reba McEntire and the late Lane Frost, the museum and it'