ⓘ Jack's Fork County

                                     

ⓘ Jacks Fork County

Jacks Fork County, also known as Jack Fork County, was a political subdivision of the Choctaw Nation of Indian Territory. The county formed part of the nations Pushmataha District, or Third District, one of three administrative super-regions.

County of Jacks fork County had a lot of springs, a modern community of Daisy, Oklahoma. US authorities call it "Etna", and a post office operated here using this name 1884-1897.

The jacks fork County was organized the General Council of the Choctaw in 1850, as one of the 19 original counties. It got its name from the Creek of the same name, which in turn seems to have gotten its name from an early day settler or Explorer, perhaps the French. The stream which bore this name, at least 1819, when it appeared on the map drawn by Explorer Thomas Nuttal.

Connectors plug Countys borders was, like all Choctaw counties designated in accordance with easily recognizable natural landmarks. A large part of its southern border, South of antlers, Oklahoma, was formed dumpling Creek. A large part of their Western border was muddy boggy Creek. Its Eastern boundary, in particular, was formed on the banks of the Kiamichi river and its Northern border, in particular, Brushy Creek.

As Oklahomas statehood approached, its leading citizens who gathered at the Founding Assembly of Oklahoma, realized in the layout of future States and the jacks fork district cannot exist as a viable political unit. In his district there was, as a rule, for the holding of the district court and not as a settlement. A large part of its terrain was mountainous and untamed, and only the major cities, Horns, geographically isolated, into the connector plug Countys extreme South-Eastern corner, separated from many of the towns natural economic territories, where, according to state that in neighboring Cedar County and Kiamitia County Kiamichi County of the Choctaw.

This issue was also recognized by the creators of the proposed state of Sequoia, which was found in 1905, to offer of statehood on the territory of India. The structure of the district, the proposed constitutional Convention Sequoia also abolished Choctaw counties. Jacks fork County was divided, mainly, in the proposed Bixby and Pushmataha counties whose seats were Atoka and horn, respectively. A large part of this proposal were borrowed Oklahomas designers, which largely adopted the proposed County boundary Bixby, but called him Atoka County, and also borrowed, with few changes in the boundaries of the proposed Pushmataha County, Sequoia for your Oklahoma equivalent.

Like all County Choctaw jacks fork County served the constituency for members of National Council, and as units of local administration. Constitutional officers who have served for two years and was elected by the constituents, included the County judge, Sheriff and Ranger. Judges duties included oversight of the General administration of the district. The Sheriff collected taxes, monitoring the illegal invasion of criminals, as a rule, white Americans in the United States, and conducted a census. The district Ranger is advertised and sold by stray cattle.

In the territory, which were not previously part of the jacks fork County now falls within Atoka County and Pushmataha, and to a small extent the County of Pittsburg, Oklahoma. The name of the countys damaged after statehood "Jackfork", lives in the name of Jackfork Creek, a major tributary to Kiamichi river.

                                     
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