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Remember the Cherokee Outlet Land Rush of 1893? Let me see if I can shed some light on what was happening 123 years ago, 16 September 1893 when the Oklahoma Territory's Cherokee Outlet was opening up for the Run of '93.

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1893, Scenes At Guthrie

The McPherson Daily Republican, out of McPherson, Kansas, 13 September 1893, Wednesday, on page 1, the headlines read: "Scenes At Guthrie." Swarms of wagons, hundreds of men on every train, children die from exposure, and water scarce.

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1893, September, Four Sooners Shot Down

According to The Guthrie Daily Leader, out of Guthrie, Oklahoma, 13 September 1893, Wednesday, on page 1, the headlines read: "Four Sooners Killed." Soldiers shoot down men at Stillwater. The Strippers refused to stop while looking for good claims and were fired upon.

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Walking With Sweet Silly Sadie

During the 1893 Cherokee Outlet Land Rush, 16 September 1893, there was a question in The Guthrie Daily Leader, out of Guthrie, Oklahoma, 13 September 1893, Wednesday, on page 1, the headlines read: "The Dalton Gang." Would the bandits raid the city on that day? All should be prepared for the worst. City banks were being closed, were consequently safe.

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1893, September, Trains Will Run

Oklahoma Territory's Run of 1893 brought in trains, wagons and outsiders on horse and foot to enter the strip on opening day. Only those holding certificates from the government booths would be allowed on the train cars.

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September 16, 1893, Ready For The Rush

The Wichita Daily Eagle, out of Wichita, Kansas, 16 September 1893, Saturday, on page 1, had these headlines: "Ready For the Rush." The Cherokee Outlet Boomers were waiting the signal. The lands expected to be occupied by one hundred and fifty thousand people that night.

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Yeah... So close. I graduate with SCINCE and Sociology.
 ~Mike regarding Okie's story from Vol. 10 Iss. 12 titled UNTITLED

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Huge Train Robbery, 13 September 1893

According the The McPherson Daily Republican, out of McPherson, Kansas, 13 September 1893, Wednesday, on page 1, the headlines read: "Huge Robbery." A Lake Shore train, a New York express, had been held up by twenty men. The engineer was wounded. And the express car was blown open and $300,000 taken. Who were these twenty something men?

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1893, September 12, Personal And General

According to The Guthrie Daily Leader, out of Guthrie, Oklahoma, 13 September 1893, Wednesday, on page 1, the headlines read: "Personal and General."

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