States: Kansas: Seward
Dorann: I saw your most interesting post on the Seward County message forum. This is a guess, but out in that part of Kansas there were Cheyenne & Arapaho, around Kiowa and Medicine Lodge. Also Kiowa of course. But there was no reservation and the term would have to be loosely interpreted, probably meaning that a lot of Indians lived in the area. The wild tribes had earlier frequented this area in their migratory wanderings. Another area in Kansas that could be considered Indian territory was arould Topeka where the Kaw, Pottawatomie and many other small remnant tribes were placed on reservations. This was many years before the date shown on your post, and the Indian people still live in that area. Hope this helps. Dan Webber
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