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last run, Kay County, Oklahoma, 1893

Daughters of the American Revolution. Ponca City Chapter.

last run, Kay County, Oklahoma, 1893

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by Daughters of the American Revolution. Ponca City Chapter.

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Published by Skinner & Son Print. Co. in [Ponca City, Okla .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Kay County (Okla.)
    • Subjects:
    • Kay County (Okla.) -- History.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF702.K23 D3 1970
      The Physical Object
      Pagination352 p.
      Number of Pages352
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5319482M
      LC Control Number72169899

      Cherokee Strip Land Run, List of names who claimed land. Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Land Allotment Jackets for Five Civilized Tribes, ($) Oklahoma Land Openings - ; Oklahoma, Land Run and other Land Records, ($) Oklahoma County Plats, , index; Cherokee Strip Land Run, List of names who claimed land. Oklahoma Land Run of ' A Lincoln County Centennial Salute R McClain County, OK, Obituaries and Other Death Records () R History of Noble County, Oklahoma: R vol 1: A Diamond Jubilee: History of Tillman County [Oklahoma] vol 1: R vol 2: History of Tillman.

      Kay County, Oklahoma P.O. Box S Main Newkirk OK Phone: Government Websites by CivicPlus ® []. Kay County newspapers are in the microfilm collection of Ponca City Library. Issues for other cities and counties are available for viewing at the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) in Oklahoma City. These microfilm rolls may also be purchased from OHS. If you do not find the name of your deceased Kay County ancestor in this volume, do not despair.

      Kay County, Oklahoma Public Records Directory - Quickly find public record sources in the largest human edited public record directory. Find property records, vital records, inmate and court records, professional and business licenses, contractor licenses and much more. The Last Run, Kay County Oklahoma Stories Assembled by the Ponca City Chaptr of the Daughters of the American Revolution: DAR Gen R .


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THE LAST RUN Kay County, Oklahoma, Hardcover – January 1, by Oklahoma\) (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: Oklahoma\). The Last Run, Kay County, Oklahoma, [The Ponca City Chapter, DAR; Kaufman, Kenneth C.

(foreword)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Last 5/5(2). Get this from a library. The last run, Kay County, Oklahoma, stories. [Daughters of the American Revolution. Ponca City Chapter.;]. The Last Run: Kay County, Oklahoma, Ponca City Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution (compiled by) Published by Ponca City Chapter, D.A.R./Skinner &.

Located in northern Oklahoma, Kay County is surrounded by Sumner and Cowley counties in Kansas to the north, Osage County to the east, Noble County to the south, and Grant County to the west. Kay County lies within the Red Bed Plains and encompasses square miles of land and water.

Three streams, the Chikaskia 1893 book, the Salt Fork of the. National Archives Official Census Website Kay County, Oklahoma (Source: U. National Archives & Records Administration) Church Records U.S.

Presbyterian Church Records, includes Tonkawa, Oklahoma (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($). Before statehood, Kay County was formed from last run "Cherokee Strip" or "Cherokee Outlet" and last run designated as county "K." Its name means simply that. Its name means simply that.

1893 book [4] Kay County is the only county to keep its same name as the Oklahoma area moved from a territory to a ssional district: 3rd. The Research Center has Oklahoma county township maps, which can be used to identify the township and range of the named municipal township in the county of interest.

School Land Records Sections 16 and 36 of government townships (township and range) were usually reserved as school land, which could be leased but not homesteaded. A book entitled "The Last Run," which has a collection of oral histories from pioneer citizens in the Ponca City area, has been compiled and published by the ogy and history books for research have been donated to the Ponca City Library.

A museum, patterned after the museum at the DAR National headquarters in Washington, D.C., was opened by the chapter on Febru   The Oklahoma Land Rush of was the first land run into the Unassigned Lands and included all or part of the modern day Canadian, Cleveland, Kingfisher, Logan, Oklahoma, and Payne counties of the U.S.

state of Oklahoma. That first land run started at high noon on Apwith an estima people lined up for their piece. Kay County Oklahoma. This is a history of Kay County, Oklahoma. South, East and West flocked to that run for homes in the Strip, back inso the oil men of the country gathered to compete for leases in the Osage last winter.

would provide vast additional demand for the product of the Kay County Gas Company. If this little book. Kay County in modern day Oklahoma was mapped before the Cherokee Strip Land Run of Originally all the perspective counties were given a letter name.

Newkirk was designated the county seat. Several other towns were planned before the run. Some exist to this day while others have disappeared.

The best example was the town of Cross. It was. They came in a covered attempting to make a run for land during the Cherokee Strip opening 16 September Leatha married: 1) Charlie Justice abt 2) Alva E. Peters on 18 Nov When she married Alva St.

Peters she did so as Leatha E. Justice (see Kay County Marriage Book 2, p). 3) John H. Bound on 1 Oct The 99th anniversary of the Kay County Free Fair, promises to be one of the best fairs in the history of this event.

The Board of Directors of the Kay County Free Fair Board, Inc. wishes to take this opportunity to welcome all Kay County residents to exhibit and attend the Kay County Free Fair. Every effort is being made by the board toFile Size: KB.

The Oklahoma Historical Society houses older records, with marriage and divorce records available from the County Courthouse Clerk in Newkirk.

Formed from the Cherokee Outlet, Kay was originally designated a County K, and opened to non-Indian settlement in Kay County Recorder Office - Birth, Death, Marriage & Divorce Records Kay County PO. Cherokee Strip Land Run. This is a list of names of those who claimed land in the Cherokee Strip Land Run of These names were recovered from a computer database created before DOS.

It has been hand edited into an ASCII format. Please keep in mind that this should only serve as a reference. It is unknown how complete or accurate this. The th – st anniversary of the Kay County Free Fair, promises to be one of the best fairs in the history of this event.

The Board of Directors of the Kay County Free Fair Board, Inc. wishes to take this opportunity to welcome all Kay County residents to exhibit and attend the Kay County Free Fair. Every effort is being made by the.

have been grown by the exhibitor in Kay County during the current crop year. All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor and completed since the last County Fair. Section 5. All exhibits shown for premiums must be owned by residents of Kay County and must be taxable in Kay County.

Active bona fide members of FFA chapters, 4-H clubs, OHCE, QuiltFile Size: KB. Kay County is a county in the U.S. state of of48, people lived there. Its county seat is Newkirk. Geography. The county has a total area of square : Newkirk.

Kay County, located in north-central Oklahoma, was formed at statehood in Early travel routes included the West Shawnee Trail and the Arkansas City-Reno Road.

The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and the Kansas, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway were the first railroads in the county.

Exploring Oklahoma History with a list of historic places in Kay County, Oklahoma. Exploring Oklahoma History with a list of historic places in Kay County, Oklahoma.

used by Indians explorers and cattlemen before the Cherokee Strip was opened to white settlement after the famous run of this spring was the main source of water for early.Fifteen volunteer board members and over intensely interested citizens of the area embarked upon their first major project.

This unique book of history, published December,includes detailed authenticated facts combined with the personal family stories from the era of the Oklahoma Cherokee Strip Land Run of to the present. Supported by documented materials, photographs, and.Oklahoma Territory Land Openings in Run, Lottery, Auction, and U.S.

Court Decision. OKGenWeb At the time of the Land Run, there were 7 original counties: O, L, K, P, Q, M and N.

compelled by an law to move from their homes in Kansas to a new reservation in the Indian Territory of present-day Kay County, Oklahoma.