Oklahoma the Indian State

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Land in this area was granted to Cherokee Indians by the U.S. in 1828. It opened to white settlement in 1893. The Kaw Indian Tribal Reservation is located 5 miles east. There was located the land allotment of the Honorable Charles Curtis, Kaw Indian, Vice President of the United States, 1928-32. **


On US-77 just south of the Kansas border

36.998392, -97.045691
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** Information from OHS Historic Markers http://www.okhistory.org/


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