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Cherokee Nation Indian Territory 1905 Map
Locations shown include: Adair, Afton, Akins, Albia, Alluwe, Ballard, Baptist, Baron, Bartlesville, Benge, Big Cabin, Blackgum, Blue Jacket, Bluffs, Braggs, Brent, Bunch, Bushyhead, Campbell, Catale, Catoosa, Cayuga, Cedar, Centralia, Chaffee, Chance, Chelsea, Cherokee Junction, Childers, Chloeta, Choteau, Christie, Claremore, Cleora, Collinsville, Coodys Bluff, Cookson, Copan Station, Coretta, Cottonwood, Crittenden, Dawes, Dawson, Delaware, Dewey, Dodge, Dotson, Eagle, Echo, Elliott, Estella, Eucha, Eureka, Fairland, Flint, Foreman, Ft. Gibson, Foyil, Gans, Garfield, Garrison, Gideon, Greenbriar, Grove, Gwenndale, Hanson, Hauto, Hayden, Hillside, Hudson, Kansas, Kelso, Kerk, Ketchum, Kinnison, Klaus, Leach, Lenapal, Locust Grove, Long, Manard, Maple, Marble, Matoaka, McKey, Melvin, Miami, Miles, Mingo, Moodys, Muldrow, Narcissa, Needmore, Nowata, Oak Grove, Oaks, Ochelata, Ogeechee, Oglesby, Okoee, Oologah, Oseuma, Owasso, Owen, Parkhill, Pawpaw, Peggs, Pensacola, Peoria, Polson, Proctor, Pryor Creek, Quapaw, Ramona, Redland, Remy, Rogers, Rose, Ruby, Russell Cr., Sageeyah, Salina, Sallisaw, Seminole Station, Sequoyah, Skiatook, Spavinaw, Stilwell, Suagee, Swimmer, Talala, Tahlequah, Tiawah, Turley, Vera, Verdigris, Vian, Vinita, Wann, Wasson, Watova, Wauhillau, Welch, Weldon, Welling, Westville, White Oak, Whitmire, Wimer, Woodley, Wyandotte, Zena
The upper right (northeast) corner of the map shows the reservations of the Quapaws, Peorias, Ottawas, Modocs, Shawnees, Wyandottes, and Senecas.
This is a portion of a Oklahoma and Indian Nation map by J. N. Matthews, 1903, published 1905.
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