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Guaranteed to the Cherokees by treaties of and as an outlet—the term "strip" is actually inaccurate—it was not to be permanently settled. The treaty of compelled the Cherokee Nation to sell portions to friendly Indians. Opened by a land run on 16 Septemberit became part of the Oklahoma Territory.
View a full description of this periodical. The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:. Hoole has laid all of us who value Texas history under an imperative to search more diligently into the roots of our past.
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As of the censusthe population was 49, making it the ninth largest city in Oklahoma. It is the county seat of Garfield County. In summerM.
In summerM. Low, a Rock Island official, visited the local railroad station then under construction, and inquired about its name. At that time, it was called Skeleton. Disliking the original name, he renamed the station Enid after a character in Alfred Lord Tennyson's Idylls of the King.
The Cherokee Outlet was created in The cities of EnidWoodwardand Ponca City would later be founded within the boundaries of what had been the Cherokee Outlet. The Cherokee Strip was a two-mile wide piece of land running along the northern border of much of the Cherokee Outlet.
The genius of Buster Keaton, our illustrious former Perry resident, is receiving still more recognition in this centennial year of his birth, and more facts about his early childhood in this city also are coming to light. I have a few new items to pass along to you. Bill Urban called the other day to say that his father, the late Carl Urban, once owned the home at Grove street where Buster and his parents, Mr.