Oklahoma's Forgotten Indians

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Book containing historical information about Native American tribes in North America from the 17th Century until the late 19th Century and discussing their moves to Indian Territory. Index begins on page 119.

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Smith, Robert E.,; 1937-1994. 2017.

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  • Tate, D. David "The Nez Perc├ęs in Eastern Indian Territory: The Quapaw Agency Experience"
  • Horton, Loren N. "A Forest People on the Plains: The Potawatomi Indians
  • Roberson, Glen "The Homeless Peorias"
  • Brown, Thomas "In Pursuit of Justice: The Ponca Indians in Indian Territory"
  • Richter, Thomas "The Otoes' Removal to Indian Territory: Or, A Failure to End the "Idle Pastimes of Their Indian Customs""
  • Hurtado, Albert L. "The Modocs and the Jones Family Indian Ring: Quaker Administration of the Quapaw Agency, 1873-1879"
  • Trafzer, Clifford E. "The Wyandots: From Quebec to Indian Territory"

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  • Main Title: Oklahoma's Forgotten Indians
  • Series Title: The Oklahoma Series
  • Added Title: The Oklahoma Series: Volume 15

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Book containing historical information about Native American tribes in North America from the 17th Century until the late 19th Century and discussing their moves to Indian Territory. Index begins on page 119.

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1 ebook in EPUB format

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Volume XV of the Oklahoma Series.

This e-book has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor. http://www.neh.gov/

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Book containing historical information about Native American tribes in North America from the 17th Century until the late 19th Century and discussing their moves to Indian Territory. Index begins on page 119.

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Smith, Robert E.,; 1937-1994. Oklahoma's Forgotten Indians, book, 2017; Denton, Texas. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc970109/: accessed August 21, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; .