Cherokee land run strip
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Land run of 1893
Prior to the run, these seven counties had been assigned the letters K through Q, respectively. Some racers took their families or friends with them, so the total number of participants was approximately , people. The American Presidency Project. The Cherokee Outlet was one of three areas the Cherokee Nation had acquired after resettlement to lands in present-day eastern Oklahoma in as part of the Treaty of New Echota. Boomers were the promoters who wanted to settle in the Indian Territory south of Kansas which became Oklahoma. How did people make the Run. How did people file their claims. As long as the racer made improvements to the land, was not found to be a Sooner, had no one contesting his right to claim the land, and stayed on the land for more than six months he received the deed to the land. Oral tradition claims that a nervous soldier accidentally discharged his gun at While there were certainly success stories, not all land claimants found prosperity. Encyclopedia of the Great Plains. Upon Oklahoma's statehood in , four additional counties — Alfalfa , Ellis , Harper , and Major — were created in the Cherokee Outlet using existing land from Woods, Kay, and Woodward counties. In the northwest section of what is now Oklahoma.
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