Custer tracked a raiding party of Cheyenne holding white captives to their village on the Washita
River in Oklahoma.
Members of the Washita
County Sheriff's Office and Sentinel Police Department were then dispatched to the home of Horton and were heavily armed.
The Minerva project is characterized by a sequence of thick bedded limestones with black chert nodules of the Santa Elena formation, overlying the Washita
group consisting of interbed thin clayey and sandy limestones.
Chesapeake Granite Wash Trust owns royalty interests in oil, natural gas liquids and natural gas wells in Washita
County, Oklahoma, USA, producing from the Colony Granite Wash play within the broader Granite Wash formation of the Anadarko Basin.
This month, BCE-Mach II announced it has signed a purchase and sale agreement to purchase producing properties in Beckham, Custer, Dewey, Roger Mills and Washita
Counties, Oklahoma and Hemphill and Roberts Counties, Texas from an undisclosed seller.
The scrapped projects were Minco V, a 220-megawatt, 90-turbine wind farm planned for Caddo County, and Crowder, a 250-megawatt, 100-turbine wind farm planned for Washita
It describes their first dogs during the Civil War and in Texas; hunting on the Kansas and Dakota frontiers; entertaining tourist buffalo hunters, who presented the general with hounds; Custer's attack on the Washita
village, when he was accused of strangling his own dogs; the 7th Cavalry's march to Little Bighorn, with an analysis of rumors about a Last Stand dog; and other aspects.
Cui et al., "Soil moisture retrieval from SMAP: a validation and error analysis study using ground-based observations over the Little Washita
watershed," IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, vol.
His antics earned him the nickname of "the Wild Wolf of the Washita
Caption: Figure 9(above) is a probable Cheyenne set at the NMNH, with a collection history that it was captured at the Battle of the Washita
in November, 1868.
Moreover, GRL studies focus on watersheds in the Upper Washita
River Basin, an area where USDA-led soil conservation efforts go back to the 1930s.