The Redbud City: It happened in September

1865 – In September the Southern Treaty Commission, headed by Dennis N. Cooley, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, met with delegates of the Five Civilized Tribes as well as other tribes. At the meeting, Cooley informed the Tribes that by joining the Confederacy their previous treaties were null and void, and […]

1865 – In September the Southern Treaty Commission, headed by Dennis N. Cooley, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, met with delegates of the Five Civilized Tribes as well as other tribes. At the meeting, Cooley informed the Tribes that by joining the Confederacy their previous treaties were null and void, and that new treaties had to be negotiated.

130 YEARS AGO – The settlement that took place in September 1891, included three land runs. On the 22nd, a land run was held to settle Iowa, Sac and Fox, Potawatomi, and Shawnee lands, with an estimated 10,000 people on hand. On the 23rd, a run was held to settle Tecumseh, the predesignated location of the county seat of County B, or later, Pottawatomie County. Finally, on the 28th, a dash was held to settle Chandler, the predesignated location of the county seat of County A, later renamed as Lincoln County. These land runs also expanded Payne, Logan, Oklahoma and Cleveland counties.

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