Spanish Road Crossing

The Spaniards developed the first-known trail in Oklahoma. Deep, indelible ruts were cut into the prairie by heavily laden wooden carts. Known as the Great Spanish Road to Red River, it connected Santa Fe and Natchitoches. The real beginning of highway construction was under Governor Holloway with Alvin Moore as State Senator.
on Hwy 283 north of Sayre **
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Exploring Oklahoma History

** Information from Oklahoma Historical Society.

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