Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, Oklahoma Camping & Hiking

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Cheyenne is situated in western Oklahoma approximately 140 miles west of Oklahoma City and 128 miles east of Amarillo, Texas; just 22 miles north of I-40 on State Highway 283. The town of Cheyenne is the county seat of Roger Mills and inhabits 23.3% of the entire county population.Cheyenne is approximately 30 miles north of I-40 on Hwy 283 and approxima


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On November 27, 1868, Lt. Colonel George Armstrong Custer led the 7th U.S. Cavalry on a surprise dawn attack on a Cheyenne village led by Peace Chief Black Kettle. The event was an example of the tragic clash of cultures that occurred during the Great Plains Wars. It is also a place of remembrance and reflection for those who died here.