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|ahhh it's good to live smack dab in the heart of the trans-Mississippi. A note on the Cabin creek battlefield park, it is only a very small part of the actual battlefield and the markers are set so as to approximate the positions of the respective troops. The field to the west of the park is closer to the actual site(that covered about 2 miles) but is privately owned. At the time of the battle there was a wooden stockade as well as a plantation house in the previously mentioned field, neither of which have survived. Keep up the narrative...it's really cool to read about someone enjoying all the amazing, little known, historical treasures that can be found in OK, MO, AR, and TX.