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Battle of the Washita
Roger Mills County
On November 27, 1868, Colonel George Armstrong Custer led the 7th Cavalry in an attack on Chief Black Kettle's camp on the Washita River. The surprise, early-morning attack decimated the Cheyenne camp and no doubt was the seed for Custer's later meeting with American Indians at the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Located in downtown Cheyenne one block south of US-283 and OK-47 intersection

California Road
Roger Mills County
The road was a major thoroughfare to the West for more than a half century. It was first traveled by gold seekers headed for California in 1849.
Located at junction of US-283 and OK-33, 14 miles north of Cheyenne

Sandstone Creek Area
Roger Mills County
The site of the world's first upstream flood prevention project that was completed in 1953 and drains more than 68,000 acres.
Located on US-283, ten miles south of Cheyenne

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