ⓘ Fort Reno (Oklahoma)

                                     

ⓘ Fort Reno (Oklahoma)

Fort Reno is a former United States Army cavalry post west of El Reno, Oklahoma. It is named for General Jesse L. Reno, who died at the Battle of South Mountain in the American Civil War.

                                     
  • 1862 originally Fort Pennsylvania Fort Reno Oklahoma in present - day Oklahoma established during the Indian Wars, July 1865 Fort Reno Wyoming in
  • South Mountain. Reno Nevada Reno County, Kansas Reno Ohio El Reno Oklahoma Reno Pennsylvania Fort Reno Oklahoma and Fort Reno Park in Washington
  • rush and named for the nearby Fort Reno It is located in Central Oklahoma about 25 miles 40 km west of downtown Oklahoma City. The city was originally
  • territorial capital of Oklahoma and a junction point with the Santa Fe Railway. The Fort Smith and Western owned a subsidiary, St. Louis, El Reno and Western Railway
  • Fort Reno also known as Fort Connor or Old Fort Reno was a wooden fort established on August 15, 1865 by the United States Army in Dakota Territory in
  • and the Federal Prison Camp at Fort Riley, Kansas. In 1938, it was renamed the Federal Reformatory, El Reno Oklahoma It evolved into a Federal Correctional
  • Reno also known as Fort McKinney 1 was a US Army post or cantonment located on the Powder River near the old Bozeman Trail crossing. A previous fort near
  • that, it enters the Oklahoma City Metro Area at Canadian County. I - 40 runs through the south side of El Reno as it enters the Oklahoma City metro. It then
  • El Reno and Western Railway was a small struggling railroad, started by local business interests in the Territorial Capital of Guthrie, Oklahoma The
  • at Fort Abraham Lincoln in October 1875. Reno was the senior officer serving under Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in June 1876. Reno with