• Along the Washita - 1868 by Gene V. Dougherty

    Washita Battlefield

    National Historic Site Oklahoma

A Window on our World

Teachers walking the trail.

Teachers at A Window on our World walking the trail.

Washita Battlefield National Historic Site has partnered with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Department of Education and the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal College to present a one-day teacher workshop to enable teachers to incorporate Cheyenne and Arapaho history and culture into their classrooms.

A Window on our World has several goals:

  • To create a climate of friendship and understanding between the Cheyenne and Arapaho people and their neighbors.
  • To enrich classroom curriculum by presenting facets of Cheyenne and Arapaho history, culture, tradition, life ways, and language.
  • To introduce teachers and their students to the National Park Service and Washita Battlefield National Historic Site and its natural an cultural resources.

For additional information for workshop participants, click here.


Did You Know?

Camp Supply 1869

Camp Supply, Indian Territory, was established November 1868, to support General Philip Sheridan's winter campaign against the Southern Plains Indians. Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and the 7th U.S. Cavalry left this camp to search for and engage "hostiles" reported to be in their winter camps along the Washita River. This historic post is located 13 miles north of Woodward, Oklahoma on Highway 183.