The Miller Brothers 101 Ranch was a 110,000-acre (45,000 ha) cattle ranch in the Indian Territory of Oklahoma before statehood. Located near modern-day Ponca City, it was founded by Colonel George Washington Miller, a veteran of the Confederate Army, in 1893. The 101 Ranch was the birthplace of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and one of the early focal points of the oil rush in northeastern Oklahoma. It was the largest diversified farm and ranch in America at the time. Bill Pickett's grave and the White Eagle Monument are located on the ranch grounds. The location of the former working cattle ranch was subdivided and all of its buildings destroyed. An 82-acre (33 ha) area of the ranch is a National Historic Landmark. In 2003, the ranch was inducted into the Texas Trail of Fame.

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  • Die Miller Brothers 101 Ranch war eine 1893 vor der Gründung des Bundesstaates Oklahoma gegründete 45.000 ha große Ranch im Indianer-Territorium von Oklahoma. Das Zeichen 101 war das Brandzeichen von Colonel George Washington Miller, einem Veteranen des Sezessionskrieges, der nach dem Krieg von Kentucky nach Oklahoma zog und der Vater der späteren Besitzer Joe, Zachary und George Miller war. Die Miller Brothers 101 Ranch war die größte Ranch in den Vereinigten Staaten. Unter der Nummer 73001560 ist die Miller Brothers 101 Ranch gemeinsam mit dem Grab von und dem Monument für Basil F. Heath, bekannt unter dem Namen Chief White Eagle, als Historic District eingetragen. (de)
  • Il Miller Brothers 101 Ranch (letteralmente: "Ranch 101 dei Fratelli Miller") era un grande ranch di bestiame nel Territorio indiano dell'Oklahoma (Stati Uniti), prima che questo assurgesse al rango di stato federale. Era situato nei pressi dell'odierna Ponca City: il colonnello George Washington Miller, un veterano dell'Esercito confederato aveva rivendicato la terra e fondato il ranch nel 1879. Il 101 Ranch fu il luogo di nascita del 101 Ranch Wild West Show, uno dei più importanti "spettacoli del Selvaggio West" (Wild West Shows) degli Stati Uniti, nonché uno dei primi punti di riferimento della corsa al petrolio nell'Oklahoma nord-orientale. La tomba di ed il Monumento ad Aquila Bianca (White Eagle Monument) si trovano sui terreni del ranch. La struttura dell'antico ranch per l'allevamento del bestiame fu riconvertita e tutti i suoi edifici distrutti. L'ubicazione del ranch è contrassegnata come sito storico nazionale (National Historic Landmark). Nel 1903, quando il colonnello George Miller morì, i suoi tre figli, Joseph, George Jr. e Zack, assunsero la gestione del ranch da 110.000 acri (450 km²). Verso il 1932 la maggior parte della terra era divenuta di proprietà della famiglia Miller, che affittò poi altra terra dagli Indiani Ponca, Pawnee e Otoe nelle Contee di Kay, Noble, Osage e Pawnee. Il ranch rimase nella famiglia per quasi 60 anni. (it)
  • The Miller Brothers 101 Ranch was a 110,000-acre (45,000 ha) cattle ranch in the Indian Territory of Oklahoma before statehood. Located near modern-day Ponca City, it was founded by Colonel George Washington Miller, a veteran of the Confederate Army, in 1893. The 101 Ranch was the birthplace of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and one of the early focal points of the oil rush in northeastern Oklahoma. It was the largest diversified farm and ranch in America at the time. Bill Pickett's grave and the White Eagle Monument are located on the ranch grounds. The location of the former working cattle ranch was subdivided and all of its buildings destroyed. An 82-acre (33 ha) area of the ranch is a National Historic Landmark. In 2003, the ranch was inducted into the Texas Trail of Fame. In 1903, when Colonel George Miller died, his three sons, Joseph, George Jr., and Zack took over operation of the 110,000 acre ranch. By 1932 most of the land was owned by the Miller family. They leased other land from the Ponca, Pawnee, and Otoe Indians in Kay, Noble, Osage and Pawnee Counties. The ranch remained in the family for almost 60 years. (en)
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  • Die Miller Brothers 101 Ranch war eine 1893 vor der Gründung des Bundesstaates Oklahoma gegründete 45.000 ha große Ranch im Indianer-Territorium von Oklahoma. Das Zeichen 101 war das Brandzeichen von Colonel George Washington Miller, einem Veteranen des Sezessionskrieges, der nach dem Krieg von Kentucky nach Oklahoma zog und der Vater der späteren Besitzer Joe, Zachary und George Miller war. Die Miller Brothers 101 Ranch war die größte Ranch in den Vereinigten Staaten. Unter der Nummer 73001560 ist die Miller Brothers 101 Ranch gemeinsam mit dem Grab von und dem Monument für Basil F. Heath, bekannt unter dem Namen Chief White Eagle, als Historic District eingetragen. (de)
  • The Miller Brothers 101 Ranch was a 110,000-acre (45,000 ha) cattle ranch in the Indian Territory of Oklahoma before statehood. Located near modern-day Ponca City, it was founded by Colonel George Washington Miller, a veteran of the Confederate Army, in 1893. The 101 Ranch was the birthplace of the 101 Ranch Wild West Show and one of the early focal points of the oil rush in northeastern Oklahoma. It was the largest diversified farm and ranch in America at the time. Bill Pickett's grave and the White Eagle Monument are located on the ranch grounds. The location of the former working cattle ranch was subdivided and all of its buildings destroyed. An 82-acre (33 ha) area of the ranch is a National Historic Landmark. In 2003, the ranch was inducted into the Texas Trail of Fame. (en)
  • Il Miller Brothers 101 Ranch (letteralmente: "Ranch 101 dei Fratelli Miller") era un grande ranch di bestiame nel Territorio indiano dell'Oklahoma (Stati Uniti), prima che questo assurgesse al rango di stato federale. Era situato nei pressi dell'odierna Ponca City: il colonnello George Washington Miller, un veterano dell'Esercito confederato aveva rivendicato la terra e fondato il ranch nel 1879. Il 101 Ranch fu il luogo di nascita del 101 Ranch Wild West Show, uno dei più importanti "spettacoli del Selvaggio West" (Wild West Shows) degli Stati Uniti, nonché uno dei primi punti di riferimento della corsa al petrolio nell'Oklahoma nord-orientale. La tomba di ed il Monumento ad Aquila Bianca (White Eagle Monument) si trovano sui terreni del ranch. La struttura dell'antico ranch per l'alleva (it)
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