The Darlington Agency was an Indian agency on the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian Reservation in Canadian County, Oklahoma. The agency was established in 1870, when the agency established at Fort Supply the previous year was moved to a more accessible location for the tribes. The Cheyenne left to form their own agency at Concho in 1897; when the Arapaho reunited with them, they both occupied the Concho agency, and the Darlington Agency became the property of the State of Oklahoma.
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Letters written to Sallie Williams from a daughter, her husband J.F. Williams, and other various relatives. The letters from her husband are from when he was on trips with members of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes while serving as an Indian Agent.