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Book discussing the history of Native Americans, including Quanah Parker and Black Kettle, and their involvement in political, military, and social confrontations in Oklahoma. Index starts on page 177.

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Jordan, H. Glenn & Holm, Thomas M. Indian Leaders: Oklahoma’s First Statesmen, book, 1979; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. ( accessed May 29, 2024), The Gateway to Oklahoma History,; .

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