When Henry Clay Fisher moved to Eufaula he built a small
slab side house and opened the first store. In the beginning his
supplies were brought by wagon train from Fort Smith, Arkansas,
until the railroad commenced hauling freight. The second store
was owned and operated by John Wad~worth.~
Henry C. Fisher was the first postmaster of Fishertown. The
office was established July 10, 1883 and he served until succeeded
3 Creek-Bkrcksmiths, No. 24713, Indian Archives, Oklahoma Historical Society.
4 D. C. Gideon, Indian Territory (New York and Chicago, 1901), pp. 453-54;
Indian Archives, Creek Records, Nos. 24664, 33293; Creek Nationat Comil, Dec.
5, 1895, No. 32321, loc. cit. Interview with H. C. Fisher, I ~ P i o n e e rHi story,
Vol. 3, p. 488.
5 Zbid., Vol. 81, pp. 239-242, interview with Mrs. Sarah Odom, Muskogee, Oklahoma
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