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Kiowa County lies in the southwestern portion of Oklahoma, surrounded by Washita County to the north, Caddo and Comanche counties to the east, Greer and Jackson counties to the west and Tillman County to the south. The western and sourthern boundary, the North Ford of the Red River, separates Kiowa from Jackson, Greer and Tillman. Among fifty-eight archaeological sites reflecting the presence of prehistoric Native peoples are reflected in eighteen sites and Woodland occupation in one. Thirty-eight Plains Village sites have been examined. In the modern period Spain and France claimed ownership of the region. The area became part of the United States with the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. The Doak's Stand Treaty of 1820 gave all of southern Oklahoma to the Choctaw.

TOWNS AND CITIES
Cooperton; Gotebo; Hobart; Lone Wolf; Mountain Park; Mountain View; Roosevelt; Snyder

    Kiowa County, Oklahoma Data

 Bible Records

Biographies

 Birth Records

 Cemeteries

 Census

Church Records

County History

Directories

Marriages

Military

Newspaper Articles

Obituaries

Pioneers

Schools

Wills / Probate Records

 

UPDATES

October 2017 - Birth Announcements 2 were added
July 2017 - Crime News - 1 article was added
November 2016 - Crime News - 1 article was added
April 2016 - Obits - 8 were added
February 2016 - Directories - 1913 Kiowa Patrons List
December 2015 - Military - List of Mothers’ & Widows of American Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Entitled to Pilgrimage to War Cemeteries in Europe
July 2015 - Directories - 1902-1903 Wildman Directory

 


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