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Oklahoma the Indian State

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. **

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On US-77 just south of the Kansas border

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** Information from OHS Historic Markers http://www.okhistory.org/


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