Olive Ann Oatman (1837 – March 20, 1903) was a woman from Illinois whose
family was killed ... Once the attack was complete, the Indians took some of the
Oatman family's .... She is buried...
Information on the Native American tribes of Texas, with maps, reservation
addresses, classroom activities and recommended history books.
Cities with the Highest Percentage of Indians (Asian) in Texas ... Location (# Zip
Codes), City Report, Population, % Indians (Asian), National Rank. 1. Stafford ...
Jun 15, 2010 ... The county seat, Sherman, which lies approximately sixty-five miles north ... to
capture the federal forts in Indian Territory north of the Red River.
Jan 1, 2001 ... They were attacked by Indians on the Gila River in Arizona in February of 1852,
... married John Brant Fairchild and moved to Sherman, Texas.
Fort Sherman was a frontier outpost in present-day Titus County. ... the account of
his grandfather John Gibson who had stayed in the post during Indian scares.
What brings you all the way here to Fort Griffin on the Texas frontier? ... A few
days after Sherman passed by, a war party of Kiowa Indians attacked a wagon
Feb 26, 2012 ... The name Olive Ann Oatman is not new to Sherman and Grayson County, ...
Ann's experience with the Yavapai Apache and Mohave Indians.
Irene Hathaway decided to become a Texas wildcatter while visiting a small town
in ... By June 16, 1926, a Sherman, Texas, newspaper noted Big Indian Oil ...
Aug 6, 2012 ... Students also had the opportunity to learn some Indian dance steps. ... liberal arts
college located north of Dallas in Sherman, Texas. Founded ...