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Re: Oklahoma, 1890s, ?
Posted by: Jim Michael Date: July 02, 2000 at 12:07:38
In Reply to: Oklahoma, 1890s, ? by Betty R. Elliott of 261

Ms. Elliot
As you may know, the last of the land that had been taken from the People of the Ok. area was opened to homesteaders in 1901. It may have been anticipation of this event that brought many people to Comanche County. This is also the time of the founding of Lawton.

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