3 edition of Indian territory . . . found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F697 .G19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 pp. cm.|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||01024367|
Map of the Indian and Oklahoma territories, ; compiled from the official records of the General Land Office and other sources. Summary Shows relief by hachures, drainage, Indian areas, districts, treaty dates, roads and trails, and the named railroads. Contributor Names Rand McNally and Company. Indian Territory Marriage Records Oklahoma marriage records are located in the court clerk’s office for the county in which the marriage took place. Prior to statehood in , marriages of white citizens in Indian Territory were recorded in the recording districts of the United States Federal Court.
In addition, these records, as well an index, are also available via (database titled Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Land Allotment Jackets for Five Civilized Tribes, ). Visit the National Archives Catalog for the full archival records description: National Archives . In Indian Territory the Civil War is a story best told through shades of gray rather than black and white or heroes and villains. Since neutrality appeared virtually impossible, the vast majority of territory residents chose a side, doing so for myriad reasons and not necessarily out of affection for either the Union or the Confederacy.
Chikasha Holisso Holba: Chickasaw Picture & Coloring Book. Learn Chickasaw language with the entire family with this fresh spin on a classic coloring book. Exploring the Depths of History: A Selection of Nineteenth-Century Water Wells in Indian Territory. Indian Territory, Descriptive, Biographical and Genealogical: Including the Landed Estates, County Seats, Etc., Etc., with a General History of the Territory Native American legal materials collection North American Indian thought and culture: Author: D. C. Gideon: Publisher: Lewis Publishing Company, Original from: the University of.
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The plot of this western involves two railways racing to lay track actross Indian Territory (Oklahoma) in the late s. The unscrupulous owner of one of the railways hires John Ryan, a former lawman, to be his troubleshooter. In addition to the conflict between the railways, there is tension within the Cherokee Nation and Five Civilised 3/5(1).
Indian Territory book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The railroad’s drive to close the great distances of the wild American /5(9). Indian Territory - Kindle edition by Braun, Matt.
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book, Indian Territory, and Oklahoma for Half a Century by Harry Sinclair Drago and Richard Patterson | Mar 1, Kinch Riley / Indian Territory book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
KINCH RILEYNewton, Kansas, One is a young drifter 4/5. Saunt’s book traces the expulsion of 80, Native Americans over the course of the s, from their homes in the eastern United States to territories west of the Mississippi River.
The expulsion of native americans from the southeastern United States in the s Indian Territory was one of the first state-sponsored mass expulsions in the modern world.
For those who care about who we are as a country and where we have come from, “Unworthy Republic” tells an essential back story. Read more at (24). The towns and places named in these books are all real. As the Indian Territory came closer to becoming the State of Okla-homa, a lot of the town names changed or simply no longer ex-isted.
Towns such as America, Moon, Ida (Battiest), Dookesville, Punkabua (Broken Bow), Bismarck (Wright City), Chance, and Scul-lyville (Bartlesville), wouldn’t. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a large swath of eastern Oklahoma is actually an Indian reservation belonging to the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, meaning that.
Of all the legal tangles created by federal government, law enforcement in Indian Territory was perhaps the most bizarre.
White men, whatever their crime, were subject to arrest only by federal marshals. On the other hand, federal marshals could not arrest an Indian unless it involved an offense committed against a white.5/5(1). Hired as a railroad troubleshooter, John Ryan and a brawling crew of track workers head into Indian territory.
A battle of bloodshed and treachery explodes, and Ryan can't stop the killing. Then Ryan meets the proud Cheokees and falls for the beautiful daughter of an embattled Range: $ - $ Hoig deals not only with Fort Reno, but also with Darlington agency, the Chisolm Trail, and the trading activities in Indian Territory from to approximately The author includes maps, photographs, and illustrations to enhance the narrative and guide the reader, like a scout, through a time of treacherous but fascinating events in the Old by: 2.
Cottrell is co-author of Civil War in the Ozarks and author of Civil War in the Indian Territory and Civil War in Texas and New Mexico Territory, all published by Pelican. Andy Thomas, also a resident of Carthage, Missouri, illustrated Civil War in the Indian Territory and Civil War in Texas and New Mexico s: 7.
The Civil War in the Indian Territory proved to be a test of valor and endurance for both sides. Author Steve Cottrell outlines the events that led up to the involvement of this region in the war, the role of the Native Americans who took part in the war, and the effect their participation had on the war's outcome, particularly in this region/5.
Indian Archives Division, Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. About Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Indian and Pioneer Historical Collection, This collection contains transcripts of oral histories about pioneer life in Oklahoma in the early twentieth century.
Indian Chieftain (weekly), Vinita, I.T. Purcell - Chickasaw Nation - Indian Territory - (Advertisers list) The Reformer - Kingfisher, Oklahoma - Feb 22 - July 4 (Lots of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded Here) The Vindicator - Atoka, Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, Directories.
Indian territory: compiled under the direction of the Hon. John H. Oberly, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, by C.A. Maxwell. Summary Shows the lands occupied by various tribes and includes details about land transfers and cessions.
Contributor Names. If your ancestor's tribe is not identified in the Census, once you find where your ancestor was living, you can consult books such as The Indian Tribes of North America, by John R. Swanton, for information on the tribes living in each state. Indian Territory, with part of the adjoining state of Kansas, &c.
Relief shown by hachures. Annotated in red and black ink. "Prepared from the Map of Danl. Major, U.S. Astt. showing the boundaries of the Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, the Creek, Seminole, and Leased Indian Country established by authority of the Commrs.
of Indian Affairs in. By Dr. Arthur W. Kennedy A Social History of the settling of Indian Territory from ca. through +, this series moves quickly “broad brush” to two particular municipal townships covering some square miles in the East Central District of the State of Oklahoma.
Indian Territory, originally “all of that part of the United States west of the Mississippi, and not within the States of Missouri and Louisiana, or the Territory of Arkansas.” Never an organized territory, it was soon restricted to the present state of Oklahoma, excepting the panhandle and Greer.Outlaws on Horseback: The History of the Organized Bands of Bank and Train Robbers Who Terrorized the Prairie Towns of Missouri, Kansas, Indian Territory, and Oklahoma for Half a Century by Drago, Harry Sinclair and a great selection of related books, art.
Patrick E. Andrews was born in Oklahoma in into a family of pioneers who participated in its growth from the Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory to statehood.
His father's family were homesteaders and his mother's cattle ranchers. Consequently, he is among the last generation of American writers who had contacts with those people from Brand: Piccadilly Publishing.