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(October 7, 2012) Enlarge  Map  Map-2 Oklahoma Historical Society marker for Holloway's Station. 3 mi. northeast of Red Oak on Norris Road, Latimer County. Station site approximately 200 ft west of marker near house in left background. View looking northwest from Norris Road

Holloway's Station was located near The Narrows at upper Brazil Creek in what is now Latimer County Oklahoma. The station was named for William Holloway the stage agent. Holloway's home site is on a ridge approximately 100 yards south of the marker. In 1858 the Choctaw Council granted Holloway the right to construct a turnpike and tollbooth at The Narrows. Holloway's Station was added to the National Register of Historic Places (#72001070) in 1972

N34 58.552 W95 03.072

Links:
1. Holloway's Station - Wikipedia
2. Latimer County Oklahoma -- Towns -- Then and Now
3. Exploring Oklahoma History - Holloway's Station

4. Fort Tours | Butterfield Overland Mail Route Stations
5. Latimer County, OK History
6. Stations Butterfield Overland Mail Route

 

(October 7, 2012) Enlarge Holloway's Station marker

  

(October 7, 2012) Enlarge Holloway's Station marker

     

(October 7, 2012) Enlarge Holloway's Station was located near the structures in the left background. Station marker at right center of picture

(October 7, 2012) Enlarge William Holloway's home was approximately 100 yards up the ridge in background

     

(October 7, 2012) Enlarge At Holloway's Station Norris Road follows the exact route of the stage road northeast approximately 4 mi. to Edward's Store

 

(October 7, 2012) Enlarge  Map  Map-2 Oklahoma Historical Society marker for Edwards Store (cafe for Butterfield and stage stop for later Wells Fargo stages) located along the Butterfield Trail. About 7 mi. northeast of Red Oak on Norris Road

N34 59.849 W94 58.446

Links:
1. Historic Places Set: Butterfield Overland Mail
2. Edward's Store Cemetery
3.
Red Oak, Oklahoma
4. Oklahoma Historic Sites Survey

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