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Court records from Chickasaw Nation, I.T.
Posted by: Liz Freeman (ID *****2827) Date: March 22, 2007 at 18:44:28
In Reply to: Court records from Chickasaw Nation, I.T. by Pamela Stephenson of 661

I just came back from a trip to Ardmore (the seat of government during territorial days). While I was specifically searching for court records of things that occurred in what is now Carter County (after statehood), I had some things that would have been in court records before statehood (1907). I was told by the Court Clerk there that the territorial records (that covered much more than Carter County - I would assume Love County since it is just south) that all the territorial records had been sent to the FEderal Archives in Ft. Worth.


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