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Re: Poteau River Beale Iron Bridge Location

Stephen,

Thanks for your compliment and useful reference sources. I agree with Don Wykoff's observations regarding many Indian land use patterns in IT (say as obtained from US BLM initial land survey plats) remaining stable and identifiable (say as obtained from Google Earth photography) even up to the current time. I recently used this stable land-use feature around Iron Bridge (Keota), Redbank Bridge, Braden (Arkoma), and Zion (Stilwell, on Price's Retreat).

Carroll

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Five Beale Wagon Road Iron Bridges in IT
Redbank Creek
Sans Bois Creek
Re: Sans Bois Creek
Re: Five Beale Wagon Road Iron Bridges in IT
Re: Five Beale Wagon Road Iron Bridges in IT
Longtown Creek
Poteau River
Poteau River Beale Iron Bridge Location
Re: Poteau River Beale Iron Bridge Location
Re: Poteau River Beale Iron Bridge Location
Beale Bridge Location Not "E Street"
Re: Beale Bridge Location Not "E Street"
Re: Beale Bridge Location Not "E Street"
Beale Wagon Road's Carnall St. Bridge in Ft. Smith
Re: Poteau River Beale Iron Bridge Location
Re: Poteau River Beale Iron Bridge Location
Carnall Ave. Crossing of Poteau--It's a FERRY
Summary: Beale Wagon Road Iron Bridges in IT
Emachaya Creek was a Beale Wagon Road Iron Bridge
Otter Creek was Little Sans Bois