Cheyenne-Arapaho Cattle Ranch (Hodge Site)

Cheyenne~Arapaho Cattle Ranch, Western Oklahoma's million are cattle ranch, was established in 1882. The Main Headquarters were located on the Washita River at the mouth of Quartermaster Creek. Also known as the "Apple Ranch", and the C&A Ranch, the ranch is listed as the Hodge Site on the Historic Places National Register. Oklahoma Historical Society 1981
Location: From Hammon, Oklahoma East 2 miles on highway 33 marker is on north side of road.
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Hodge Site ** (added 1978 - Site - #78002232) Also known as Cu-40;Cheyenne & Arapho Cattle Co.,Headquarters Address Restricted, Hammon Historic Significance: Information Potential Area of Significance: Prehistoric, Historic - Non-Aboriginal Cultural Affiliation: Custer, American Period of Significance: 1000-500 AD, 1499-1000 AD, 1875-1899 Owner: Private Historic Function: Agriculture/Subsistence, Domestic Historic Sub-function: Animal Facility, Village Site Current Function: Agriculture/Subsistence Current Sub-function: Agricultural Fields

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Cheyenne~Arapaho Cattle Ranch (Hodge Site)

Cheyenne~Arapaho Cattle Ranch (Hodge Site)