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Re: 1860 Choctaw census
Posted by: Jay Stein (ID *****4633) Date: September 16, 2004 at 06:52:17
In Reply to: 1860 Choctaw census by Charles Smith of 521

Hi Gordon!

Yes, I'm still here ! <grin> I believe that "Stateland" was located just 2 or 3 miles north of Lodi. I've drawn a "blank" with "Red Hill," so I can't say if it is near there, or not. If I locate my copy of Coleman's book I'll check it. Seems like to me you mentioned to me once you had a copy too? Coleman has some maps near the beginning of the book and one of them should have the place.

--- Jay


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