"Map of the Oklahoma Territory", King, Harry
Period: 1900 (dated)
Publication: General Land Office
Color: Printed Color
22 x 14.5 inches
55.9 x 36.8 cm
This map was compiled from the corrected map of the General Land Office and from data on file in the territorial office to accompany the Annual Report of the Governor of the Territory. It is an attractive map with great attention paid to detail, including railroads constructed and proposed, as well as roads and trails. The map covers present day western Oklahoma with the panhandle, but only the western portion of what was then Indian Territory is shown. Indian reservations within the territory are shown, including the Wichita's, Kiowas, Commanchees and Apaches with Fort Sill in the center.