Wigwam Neosho


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This early nineteenth century trading post was named and operated by Sam Houston, later the president of the Republic of Texas. Houston was a celebrity in Indian Territory after resigning as governor of Tennessee and moving to near Fort Gibson. The grave of Diana Houston, the part-Cherokee wife of Sam Houston, is located here.


Directions:

On US-69, one mile north of Arkansas River bridge

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* Information and directions by Oklahoma Historical Society

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