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About Fort Sill

Several forts were built throughout the country to help the United States government fight the Indians during what were called the Indian Wars. Currently, the Army is only working out of one of these forts and it just happens to be Fort Sill. Several military schools are educating new recruits at this fort and it has the distinction of being a National Historic Landmark. 

Notable people have a history with Fort Sill. Major General Sheridan was in charge of leading troops against Native Americans, and he used several scouts with names known to this day to help him. These scouts were Buffalo Bill Cody, Jack Stilwell, Ben Clark and Wild Bill Hickock. This group of people even included buffalo soldiers who were instrumental in building the structures that are still standing to this day. 

Even more renowned people have come to have a place in Fort Sill history. After Geronimo was captured with other Apaches, they were taken to live at Fort Sill. When Geronimo died in 1909, he was buried at this fort and his grave can still be observed today. 

In 1901, Fort Sill began to encourage population growth by offering what were formerly lands designated toward the Indians to non-Indians. This brought a total of 29,000 people to claim their lands, and the surrounding area became one of the largest cities in Oklahoma. 

Fort Sill continues to be very important to the Native Americans who are currently living in the area. The fort also continues to have a strong military presence and most of the people are employed by the military or are retired. A large portion of the population are the families of these military members and with the many military schools located at Fort Sill, people can expect to see many students as they stroll around the town.