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Civil War battles fought in Oklahoma

ROUND MOUNTAIN nov. 19, 1861 forces Engaged: Creek and Seminole (Indian); Indian Department (Confederate States) Estimated casualties: Unknown Result: Confederate victory

CHUSTO-TALASAH Dec. 9, 1861 Forces Engaged: Creek and Seminole (Indian); Indian Department (CS) Estimated Casualties: Unknown Result: Confederate victory

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CHUSTENAHLAH Dec. 26, 1861 Forces engaged: Creek and Seminole (Indian); McIntosh's and Douglas Cooper's brigades (CS) Estimated casualties: Unknown Result: Confederate victory

OLD FORT WAYNE Oct. 22, 1862 Forces Engaged: 1st Division, Army of the Frontier (US); 1st Brigade (CS) Estimated casualties: US 14, CS 150 Result: Union victory

CABIN CREEK July 1-2, 1863 Forces Engaged: Detachments from nine units (US); two regiments and detachments from two other units (1,600-1,800) (CS) Estimated casualties: US 23; CS 65 Result: Union victory

HONEY SPRINGS July 17, 1863 Forces Engaged: District of the Frontier (US); 1st Brigade, native American troops (CS) Estimated casualties: US 79; CS 637 Result: Union victory

MIDDLE BOGGY DEPOT Feb. 13, 1864 Forces Engaged: Three companies of the 14th Kansas Cavalry Regiment and a section of Howitzers (US); Seminole Battalion, Company A, 1st Choctaw and Chickasaw Cavalry Regiment, and a detachment of 20th Texas Regiment (CS) Estimated casualties: Unknown Result: Union victory

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