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Cooseescoowee District, Cherokee nation, I.T.
Posted by: Carla Porath Date: December 26, 2001 at 18:51:06
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I received today a copy of the 1880 Schedule 6 census of Cooseescoowee District, Cherokee nation. I am told Nowata county is located in part of what was that district.

My ancestor, Daniel Loghry is listed as a farmer, 21 years of age employed by M. W. Couch. Does anyone have any ideas on how to research the "permits" allowing white person to reside in the indian territory at that time? I am told he was permitted and not an intruder.

I thank anyone who can assist me in advance,
Carla Porath
Emmett, ID


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