Okmulgee in Southern VictoryEdit
Okmulgee was a city in Sequoyah. During the Great War, Confederate troops were thrown back into Okmulgee. Creek political leader Charlie Fixico persuaded the senior officer, Captain Hiram Lincoln to stand and fight. The Confederate Cavalry and local Creek warriors beat off the Unites States' poorly-prepared attack.
With this success, the Creek were no longer content with holding off the under-resourced U.S. as they had throughout most of 1915. They decided that they wanted all their pre-war territory back, and ordered the Creek Army to retake US positions around Beggs. Despite misgivings voiced by the Confederate troops, the substantial political clout the Creek had in Richmond won out. The resulting offensive prooved to be a disaster for the Creeks and the Confederates alike.