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907 North Garrison
Fort Gibson, Oklahoma
Phone: (918) 478-4088 --
The Pelican Rifles, a confederate reenactor group, drilling
To preserve and interpret the history of Fort Gibson, a 19th century army frontier outpost, active from 1824-1890.
This includes daily frontier life, the 1834 Dragoon expedition, the Indian Removal, The Civil War, and the Indian Wars period. THe W.P.A. reconstruction of the Stockade is also interprated.
a 1840s army contract surgeon.
Reconstructed 1824 Army Stockade, 1845 era barracks and commisary building, 1868-1872 era buildings, living history encampments and events, terminus of the Trail of Tears, and Civil War fort.
a reenactor explaining African American soldier's at Fort Gibson.
the replica of the 1824-1857 stockade.
a friendly exchange between Union and Confederate reenactors.
a WPA built replica of the Commanders quarters.
Located on State HWY 80 in the Town of Fort Gibson, 1 1/2 miles north of US Hwy 62.
Richard A. Fields, Superintendent
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