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NW Okie's Journey

It was 21 April 1889 when a mad rush was made from the Purcell side - impossible to restrain the waiting men any longer - many were arrested - five wounded and one killed. This was concerning the stampede beginning for Oklahoma country, 22 April 1889.

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1889, On The Line In Indian Territory

It was in The Atlanta Constitution, dated 22 April 1889, Monday, on page 1, gives us a brief sight into the Indian Territorial Run of 1889 with the following headlines: "On The Line." This is a story of the correspondent looking over into the promised land.

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April 1889, Description of the Territory

The Wheeling Intelligencer, out of Wheeling, West Virginia, dated 22 April 1889, Monday, page 1, had this to say about the description of the '89 Land Run in Oklahoma Country: "Description of the Territory." The Land flowing with milk and honey; history of how it came to be opened.

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Walking With Old Sweet Sadie

It was at noon, 22 April 1889 the wild rush was to be made for the promised land of Oklahoma by thousands of easier would-be homesteaders.

Thirty-thousands of them yesterday took a longing, lingering look from the neutral land at the green fields of the place they yearned to call their home. Several stampedes were made the day before at Purcell, but the officers were able to overtake, take back to the line all offenders. The suspense wasn't for many hours longer, but it was intense in the extreme.

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1889, Pushing Toward The Frontier

While people were pushing toward the frontier, The Atlanta Constitution, dated 22 April 1889, Monday, on page 1, gives us a brief sight into the Indian Territorial Run of 1889 with the following headlines: "Pushing Toward The Frontier." The trains were loaded down with Oklahoma people.

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April 1889, A Canadian Outlaw Captured

It was during the first Land Rush into Oklahoma country that a Canadian Outlaw was captured. As the Pittsburgh Dispatch, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, dated 22 April 1889, Monday, page 1, read: " A Canadian Outlaw Captured." He resisted arrest and was shot down at his father's door.

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Robb gave us an outstanding view of the scissortail. I believe that bird knew he was being filmed and took the opportunity to show off all his beautiful plumage and the tail feathers for which he was named.
 ~SBW regarding Okie's story from Vol. 10 Iss. 22 titled UNTITLED

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1889, Keeping Out the Boomers

The Atlanta Constitution, dated 22 April 1889, Monday, on page 1, gives us a brief sight into the Indian Territorial Run of 1889 with the following headlines: "Keeping Out the Boomers."

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April 1889, The Gates of Oklahoma Country

The Wheeling Intelligencer, out of Wheeling, West Virginia, dated 22 April 1889, Monday, page 1, had this to say about the '89 Land Run in Oklahoma Country: "The Gates of the Oklahoma Country." The gates of Oklahoma country would be swung open precisely at noon, and the impatient boomers allowed to enter. General Merritt issued an order to disarm the settlers to prevent trouble.

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