NGS Research In The States Series: American Indians Of Oklahoma

By: Kathy Huber

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The American Indians of Oklahoma tells the story of the sixty-seven tribes that were removed or relocated to the area once known as Indian Territory, now Oklahoma. Their stories, revealed through tribal records, historical documents, and federal legislation tells of heartache, challenges, and long-suffering. Tribes include American Indians from the Northeast, including the Delaware, Shawnee, the Sac and Fox; the Comanche, Kiowa, Cheyenne, and Arapaho from the Great Plains; the Prairie tribes Kaw, Ponca, and Ottawa as well as the five tribes known as “civilized,” the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole. They and many others just as important have all contributed their own unique history and culture to the story told here in The American Indians of Oklahoma and the unique records accessible to learn more.

Title: NGS Research In The States Series: American Indians Of Oklahoma

Author Name: Kathy Huber

ISBN Number: 1935815288

ISBN-13: 9781935815280

Location Published: NGS

Binding: saddle stitch

Book Condition: like new

Jacket Condition: like new

Size: 11x8.5

lbs: 1.00 lbs

Categories: Oklahoma County History, Oklahoma Research, American Indian

Seller ID: ngs1700

Keywords: and arapaho, cheyenne, delaware, kiowa, shawnee, the comanche, the sac and fox