Definition of Cimarron river
1. Noun. A river that rises in northeastern New Mexico and flows eastward into Oklahoma where it becomes a tributary of the Arkansas River.
Group relationships: Land Of Enchantment, New Mexico, Nm, Ok, Oklahoma, Sooner State
Generic synonyms: River
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Literary usage of Cimarron river
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1. The Indian Sign Language: With Brief Explanatory Notes of the Gestures by William Philo Clark (1884)
"cimarron river. Buffalo Bull River. Canadian River. Red River. Washita River. Lodge-Pole River. Mississippi River. I have only heard the Mississippi called ..."
2. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties by United States, Charles Joseph Kappler (1904)
"... thence west on said parallel—the said line Doing the southern boundary of the State of Kansas—to the cimarron river (sometimes called the Red Fork of ..."
3. Annotated Forms of Federal Procedure by Frank Olds Loveland, George Washington Rightmire (1920)
"6, 7 and 8 in section 6, township 18 north, range 7 east, above described, are traversed by the said cimarron river. That said river is a meandered stream ..."
4. An Elementary Commercial Geography by Cyrus Cornelius Adams (1902)
"Cattle-ranch on the cimarron river. Fort Worth, Texas, is preparing (1902) for great meatpacking industries (Fig. 40). Many hundreds of towns and cities ..."
5. Biennial Report by Field Museum of Natural History (1902)
"Throughout the entire distance almost to the Kansas line along the south side of the cimarron river a distance of about 60 miles, the general character of ..."
6. Our Indian Wards by George Washington Manypenny (1880)
"... southern boundary of the State of Kansas—to the cimarron river (sometimes called the Red fork of the Arkansas river); thence down said cimarron river, ..."