Civil War battle site in Oklahoma named national historic landmark

Honey Springs battlefield in eastern Oklahoma, where Indians fought on both sides in the Civil War, is among 13 new landmarks announced Monday by U.S. Interior secretary.

BY CHRIS CASTEEL Modified: March 11, 2013 at 10:54 pm •  Published: March 12, 2013
Advertisement
;

WASHINGTON — A Civil War battle site in Oklahoma, where Indians fought on the sides of the Union and Confederacy, has been designated a national historic landmark, the U.S. Interior Department announced Monday.

The Honey Springs...

Oklahoman subscribers have access to this article. Unlock it below.

What is this? Learn more.

NewsOK.com has disabled the comments for this article.
Advertisement


Trending Now



AROUND THE WEB

  1. 1
    Former OU coach Sunny Golloway goes off at Auburn
  2. 2
    Chelsea Clinton Is Pregnant
  3. 3
    Tulsa World: Missouri’s Frank Haith positioned to become TU’s basketball coach
  4. 4
    Oklahoma football: Peyton Manning stops by Sooners film session
  5. 5
    VIDEO: A look at the Air Jordan XX9 in Thunder colors
+ show more