Washita River


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Wash·i·ta River

 (wŏsh′ĭ-tô′, wô′shĭ-)
A river rising in northwest Texas and flowing about 480 km (300 mi) generally east-southeast across Oklahoma to the Red River.
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The commission also awarded contracts for reconstruction of more than 3 miles of US-81 near Kingfisher, replacement of the US-77 bridge over the Washita River near Wynnewood and resurfacing of more than 3 miles of I-44 in Lawton.
Caption: A group of Cheyenne prisoners of war, victims of the Army (Custer) attack upon a large village camped along the Washita River.
A farmer spotted Vance near the Washita River on Highway 34 in Hammon and alerted the police.
While not as well-known as other battles, the history of the Battle of the Washita River offers a wide range of educational opportunities.
Kansas, and what is now Montana, including the massacres at Sand Creek and the Washita River, before culminating on a beautiful June 1876 day on the Little Bighorn River.
We released 250 turtles into pools adjacent to the Washita River in Johnston, Bryan, and Marshall counties, Oklahoma.
Custer and his 7th Cavalry rode into a Southern Cheyenne village on the Washita River in modern Oklahoma.
In Oklahoma, relatively large watersheds such as Arkansas River Watershed (ARRW), Canadian River Watershed (CRW), Red River Watershed (RRW), Cimarron River Watershed, and Washita River Watershed are oriented east-to-west and facilitate westward dispersal by river otters.
Neal Little Washita River, Texas 1870 John Kelly Upper Washita, Texas 1874 John Mitchell Upper Washita, Texas 1874 Zachariah Woodall Washita River, Texas 1874 Michael McGann Rosebud River, Montana 1876 Henry Wilkens Little Muddy Creek, Montana 1877 Camas Meadow, Idaho Milden H.
The Washita River in Oklahoma, the Sava River in Yugoslavia, and the Hudson River in New York are named in the poem as the sites of battles that determined "the bloody map of monstrous boundaries.
Tony put me in a strip of cottonwoods that snaked along either side of the Washita River with instructions to be on the lookout for several good bucks known to frequent the area, and one in particular.
ARS experts have been studying soil and water conservation in Oklahoma's Little Washita River Experimental Watershed--one of the largest and best monitored experimental watersheds--for decades.