|Pawnee County, Oklahoma Military Histories|
The following sections outline the military history of Pawnee County, Oklahoma. Throughout its history, those who either settled in Pawnee, or who were born and grew up there, have always been ready to answer the call of the nation to arms. It is a tribute to the pioneer spirit and patriotism of those from Pawnee that they have served in every conflict since the Indian Wars, and have paid their full share for the freedoms enjoyed by all Americans. This section is dedicated to the thousands from Pawnee who have served and the hundreds who died or suffered wounds in the cause of freedom.
|ARTICLE TITLE||SUBMITTER||The Pawnee Scouts||Ted Sanford||The Rough Riders||Ted Sanford||From Poncho Villa to the Kaiser||Ted Sanford||World War II||Ted Sanford||The Cold War||Ted Sanford||The Pawnee General||Ted Sanford||Sgt. Ray J. Copeland||Mary Smith|
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