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Fort Sill


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Fort Sill by Mark K. Megehee
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Established in 1869, Fort Sill initially hosted cavalry regiments, including buffalo soldiers, charged with pacifying native tribes in portions of Texas, Kansas, and Colorado. Replete with old West sagas, heroes, and villains, accounts from the post fascinate enthusiasts even today. Its namesake was chosen by Maj. Gen. "Little Phil" Sheridan to memorialize Brig. Gen. Joshua Sill, who gave his life in the Civil War. Similarly, the lasting impressions of great Americans are commemorated within the fort at Henry Post Army Airfield, "Flipper's Ditch," "Ambrosia Springs," "Sherman House," and of course, "Geronimo's Guardhouse." Even the city of Lawton was named after the "Prince of Quartermasters," Gen. Henry W. Lawton. Fort Sill's reputation as the premier artillery training and development center for the US Armed Forces has endured, preparing servicemen for every significant American conflict since its inception.

Author Biography

Mark K. Megehee spent 22 years working as a collections specialist with the Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum and culminated his career as curator for the Bureau of Indian Affairs Museum Programs in Washington, DC. A member of the Sac and Fox Nation, Megehee was awarded the Civilian Achievement Medal from the US Army and the Order of St. Barbara. Fort Sill's history is illustrated using photographs, maps, and artwork from collections throughout Oklahoma.
Release date Australia
November 26th, 2018
Foreword by Boyd L., Dr. Dastrup
Country of Publication
United States
Arcadia Publishing
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