Fisher's Station

In 1857, Congress created the Butterfield Overland Mail Route to carry mail and passengers between St. Louis, Missouri, and Memphis, Tennessee, and points west. It was the first real transcontinental link between the Atlantic states and the Pacific Coast of the United States. There were twelve stations along a 197-mile route in Oklahoma, including Fisher's.
Hwy-70 & Fisher Station Rd/N3685 Rd South 3/4 mi, N3686 Rd South 1/8 mi Durant, Oklahoma / Located two miles south of US-70, four miles west of Durant
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* Information from Oklahoma Historical Society