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Doaksville, OklahomaPhotos, maps and news from Doaksville, Oklahoma.Updated February 21, 2018.

Doaksville is a former settlement, now a ghost town, located in present-day Choctaw County, Oklahoma. It was founded between 1824 and 1831, by people of the Choctaw Indian tribe who were forced to leave their homes in the Southeastern United States and relocate in an area designated in for their resettlement in Indian Territory. The community was named for Joseph Doak, co-owner of the local trading post. The town flourished until the U.S. Army abandoned nearby Fort Towson in 1854, though it remained as the Choctaw capital until 1859, then declined precipitately after being bypassed by a new railroad in 1870. It is now a ghost town and an archaeological preservation site.

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Doaksville, Oklahoma largest town in the Choctaw Nation . Started .... Doaksville, Oklahoma largest town in the Choctaw Nation . Started by 2 brothers in 1820.
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My World – Doaksville Oklahoma | YogisDen.us. Jimmie Dale I hope that you are fishing somewhere.After you walk through the cemetery you get to Doaksville. Nobody there but me for over two hours one day..