Caddo, Oklahoma...
Sunday, January 26, 2020
The antique town on a buffalo trail.

Inside the Indian Territory Museum

 
Step inside and discover a thousand little secrets about the history of Caddo.


KATY Depot Replica

The Katy Depot replica was donated to the museum by Harry R. and Lynda Wood Brown. It was built by Harry R. Brown in 2006 and sponsored by the Katy Historical Society, Inc. and by the Red River Railroad Museum of Denison, TX.

KATY Depot Replica

Office Display

The office display features items from the law office of John L. Boland.

Office Display

Family and Town Photos

While you are visiting be sure to look for photos of the McCoy building, J. W. Horn’s funeral, Granville McPherson, and the Corn Carnival.

Family and Town Photos

Blacksmith Shop

Blacksmith Ben Johnson McPherson was one of several who worked in early Caddo. On display is a 100-year-old saddle belonging to Vivian Nail Locke (1878-1968).

Blacksmith Shop

Kitchen Display

The stove displayed in the kitchen area was donated by Andrew and Jenna Huggins.

Kitchen Display

Work of Local Photographer

The work of local photographer Wilbur Combrink is displayed on these walls.

Work of Local Photographer

So much to discover!

Among the hidden treasures on this side of the museum is a 100-year-old quilt made from wool scraps and lined with scraps from old shirts. It was quilted by Della Smith, wife of J.K. Smith.

So much to discover!

Doctor's Office

There were many doctors who practiced in Caddo over the years. Dr. Leroy Long and Dr. L.M. Nettleton are just two of those represented in this display.

Doctor's Office

Display Case

Display Case

Gifts

Gifts

New Sign

New Sign

Jail

 

Jail