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Key to 1895 Atlas
Last Updated: 7/19/2002

I take absolutely no credit for the maps themselves.  I merely prepared this chart to help those unfamiliar with Oklahoma history & geography to make use of this valuable resource.  For other states, see the 1895 Atlas site.

Scroll down for more information, or jump to the links to the corresponding 1895 Map for Oklahoma Territory or Indian Territory from each present-day County.  

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1895 Maps of The Twin Territories 

I. T. Gazetteer A to H I. T. Gazetteer I to O I. T. Gazetteer P to Z
O.T. Gazetteer A to H O. T. Gazetteer I to P O. T. Gazetteer Q to Z

For some time, this now-famous project was the only on-line source of information about many communities that existed briefly during territorial days. If you are already familiar with the project, use the above links to access its collection of maps for Oklahoma and Indian Territory and the corresponding Gazetteer that gives the population of many towns and shows whether they had a Post Office, Railroad Station, or Express Office.  

If you know the present-day county but aren't familiar with the Territorial boundaries, use the links in the chart below to get to the map covering that area.  Then consult the Gazetteer regarding the towns you find.

If you don't know the present-day county or the Territorial county or Nation the place you seek was in, you can be in for an extensive search.  My Index to Towns and Index to Post Offices now include many of these long-gone places and can help shorten your quest for the appropriate map.  Use them to pinpoint a location with respect to present-day counties, then return here to jump to the corresponding map.

 

Links to 1895 Maps for Present-day Counties

Adair

Cherokee

Alfalfa

Woods

Atoka

Choctaw

Beaver

Beaver

Beckham

Roger Mills & Old Greer

Blaine

Blaine

Bryan Chickasaw & Choctaw

Caddo Comanche & I County

Canadian

Canadian

Carter

Chickasaw

Cherokee

Cherokee

Choctaw

Choctaw

Cimmaron

Beaver

Cleveland

Cleveland

Coal

Choctaw

Comanche

Comanche 

Cotton

Comanche 

Craig

Cherokee

Creek

Creek

Custer

G County

Delaware

Cherokee

Dewey

D County

Ellis

Day & Woodward

Garfield

Garfield

Garvin

Chickasaw

Grady

Chickasaw

Grant

Grant

Greer

Old Greer

Harmon

Old Greer

Harper

Woodward

Haskell

Choctaw

Hughes Choctaw & Creek

Jackson

Old Greer

Jefferson

Chickasaw

Johnston

Chickasaw

Kay

Kay

Kingfisher

Kingfisher

Kiowa Comanche & Old Greer

Latimer

Choctaw

LeFlore

Choctaw

Lincoln

Lincoln

Logan

Logan

Love

Chickasaw

Major

Woods

Marshall

Chickasaw

Mayes

Cherokee

McClain Chickasaw & Cleveland

McCurtain

Choctaw

McIntosh

Creek

Murray

Chickasaw

Muskogee

Cherokee & Creek

Noble

Noble

Nowata

Cherokee

Okfuskee

Creek

Oklahoma

Oklahoma

Okmulgee

Creek

Osage

Osages

Ottawa

Quapaw Tract

Pawnee

Pawnee & Osages

Payne

Payne

Pittsburg

Choctaw

Pontotoc

Chickasaw

Pottawatomie

Pottawatomie

Pushmataha

Choctaw

Roger Mills Roger Mills & Day 

Rogers

Cherokee

Seminole

Seminole

Sequoyah

Cherokee

Stephens

Chickasaw

Texas

Beaver

Tillman

Comanche 

Tulsa

Creek

Wagoner

Creek

Washington

Cherokee

Washita

Washita

Woods Woodward & Woods

Woodward

Woodward

 

 

 

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Maps 'n' More

State-wide resources formerly found on Ceil's Corner 
Created By Sharon McAllister
Became an OKGenWeb Special Project  March 31, 2001
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