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Caddo County, Oklahoma

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  • John Jared Brewster (1877 - 1966)
    Decendant of Elder William and Mary Brewster of the Mayflower ship in 1620
  • Cpl. Claudie Coleman Irvin (1932 - 2002)
    Claudie Irvin, 70, Arkansas City, died Thursday, October 10, 2002 at the Veteran's Administration Medical Center in Wichita. Funeral services are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. Monday, October 14, 2002 at th...
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    Blanche Two-Hatchet (1880 - 1938)
    Daughter of Ta boodle and Atongty. Sister of Etta Toyeson Stumblingbear, Toyemah, wife of Edward Twohatchet.Information provided by Anthony Asetamy. # 47528477* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - Smart...
  • Thomas Kaulaity, Sr (1944 - 2019)
    The Kiowa Tribe Thomas Kaulaity, 74, passed away January 30, 2019 at his home in Anadarko, Oklahoma with his family by his side. He was born September 22, 1944 to Alice (Ware) and Henry A. Kaulaity and...
  • Ralph Wahnee, Comanche Code Talker (1921 - 1987)
    Code Talker.Information was provided by Mary Wiese.* Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Feb 19 2021, 6:28:02 UTC * Reference: U.S. Social Security Death Index (SSDI) - SmartCopy : Feb 26 20...

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Caddo County was organized on August 6, 1901 when the Federal Government allotted the Kiowa, Comanche, and Arapaho reservations and sold the surplus land to white settlers. The county is named for the Caddo tribe who were settled here on a reservation in the 1870s. The reservation land was part of Oklahoma Territory until Oklahoma became a state on November 16, 1907. Part of its land was taken at statehood to form neighboring Grady County. Some additional land was taken in 1911 and also awarded to Grady County.

Agriculture has been the mainstay of the local economy since its founding. The main crops were cotton, corn, wheat, alfalfa, broom corn, and kaffir corn. Poultry and livestock production have also been important. By 1960, Caddo County ranked first in Oklahoma for producing of peanuts, hogs and poultry.

The first oil field (Cement Field) in the county was discovered in 1911, and oil production has remained important to the county economy since then. Smaller-scale booms in oil production occurred in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Albert
  • Alden
  • Alfalfa
  • Anadarko (County Seat)
  • Apache
  • Binger
  • Boone
  • Bridgeport
  • Broxton
  • Carnegie
  • Cement
  • Cogar
  • Cyril
  • Eakly
  • Fort Cobb
  • Gracemont
  • Hinton
  • Hydro
  • Lookeba
  • Nowhere
  • Pine Ridge
  • Scott
  • Sickles
  • Spring Creek
  • Stecker
  • Washita



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