I'm interested in the source on where Lt Col Taylor was killed. If my memory serves me, Capt Fall Leaf, a Delaware in the 1st Indian Home Guards, said they captured Taylor and gave him over to the Pins, which I presume were members of the 3rd IHG, known as the Pin Regiment, and that the Pins murdered him. Taylor is a relative of mine through the Brewer family.
I believe it's the 1896 Survey that shows the roads converging near the crossing northwest of Woodall Spring and northeast of where US 62 crosses Manard Bayou. It is pure supposition that the roads are approximately where they were 30+ years earlier. I've read what I could find about the roads in the Indian-Pioneer Papers but they don't give a precise route from the crossing to Tahlequah and Park Hill.