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1893 - The Strip From Kiowa

Oklahoma - Back in September, 1893, The Medicine Lodge Cresset, out of Medicine Lodge, Kansas, dated 22 September 22, 1893, Friday, on page 2, had some interesting tidbits of information and history concerning the Cherokee Strip and the Land Run of 1893. This part concerns the Strip from Kiowa, Kansas in to the Cherokee Strip near Alva and other little communities that sprang up near the border of Oklahoma and Kansas. The honest citizen seemed to play the part of a sucker while the leading star parts were acted by the "sooner," the rascal and the bully.

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My grandmother, May Lappin Corbin, 'made the run' into the Outlet with her father. They staked claims in what became the Galena community between Waynoka and Aline. ~Sandie Olson 2017-10-13 13:26:35

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