"Confederate Cemetery" Fort Washita Things to Do Tip by keeweechic

Fort Washita Things to Do: 15 reviews and 15 photos

 
 

This lonely headstone represents almost all that is left of the soldiers who died and were buried here. Those who died before the War Between the States were removed to the National Cemetery at Fort Gibson in 1870.

Address: Fort Wshita, On SH199 (off HWY 70 from Madill

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  • Updated Jan 3, 2004
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