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NW Okie's Journey

I am a proud descendant of pioneer emigrants/immigrants ranging from 1% Mali (Africa), 59% Europe West, 14% Great Britain, 10% Scandinavia, 8% Europe East, 3% Finland/Northwest Russia, 2% Ireland, 2% Italy/Greece, and <1% Iberian Peninsula. When I did my Ancestry DNA, I did not find any Native America DNA (the only true Natives to the Americas). We are ALL to some extent emigrants, immigrants to America through our ancestral lineage, aren’t we? Equality, Respect, Honor & Love Trumps Hate & Bigotry, Don’t you think so?

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May, 1893, Cyclone Horrors in Oklahoma Territory

The Muskogee Phoenix, out of Muskogee, Oklahoma, dated 4 May 1893, Thursday, page 2, reported "Cyclone Horrors." Awful effects of the late tornado in Oklahoma, April 27, 1893. At least forty persons were killed and a large number injured. There was enormous destruction of property, also.

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1894 - Chief Bushyhead, Most Notable Man In Cherokee Nation

It was in the Maxton Scottish Chief, Maxton, North Carolina, dated 14 February 1894, Wednesday, on page 1, reports concerning "Chief Bushyhead," the most notable man in the Cherokee Nation. His eventful and successful career - He was a 'forty-niner - and an Oklahoma Town Boomer.

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Walking With Sweet Silly Sadie

What did Chief Bushyhead want back in October 1885? According to the Evening Star, Washington, District of Columbia, dated 13 October 1885, Tuesday, page 1, we find: "What Chief Bushyhead Wants." He wants intruders in the Indian territory he desires to have removed - cattlemen that he does not want to part with.

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1893 - Oklahoma Railroad

The Guthrie Daily Leader, out of Guthrie, Oklahoma, dated 16 December 1893, Saturday, page 3, reported on "Oklahoma Railroad." Secretary Martin's Line would soon be undergoing construction.

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We woke up this morning to NO electricity at 7:15a.m., Monday, 01/28/2008, and over 8 inches of fresh wet, heavy snow that had accumulated [more]...
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September, 1884, Burrowing Into A Bank

NY - It was in the Democrat and Chronicle, out of Rochester, New York, dated 26 September 1884, Friday, page 1, that we found the following headlines: "Burrowing Into A Bank." The full details of that singular attempt at burglary in Las Vegas, New Mexico had the James gang as suspects. Three months of skillful work made useless by an accidental discovery and all the outlaws but one made good their escape.

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1893 - Ex-Chief Bushyhead Expresses Cherokees Views On Statehood.

It was reported in the Muskogee Phoenix, Muskogee, Oklahoma, dated 16 November 1893, Thursday, page 1, "Ex-chief Bushyhead Expresses the Cherokees views On Statehood."

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