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Kansas Land Patents – Kaw Tribe

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now Patentee NameDateDoc. #Acession # CADUE, MITCHELL 12/13/1915 543483 503256 FOX, CORA RULEAU 11/11/1912 275270 300115 KE WA DNO QUAH 06/24/1909 44886-09 68914 MAS-QUOS, SUSAN 05/19/1910 10485-10 131341 P-KISH-NO-QUA 09/24/1915 436925 491272 ROUBIDOUX, ROBERT 01/21/1909 197495-08 41819 SA-SA-KAH 05/23/1912 233639 268579 WAN-BE-QUAH 05/19/1910 10485-10 131341 ZOZETTE 02/18/1909 13272-09...

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The Pawnee of Kansas

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now On July 2, 1804, Lewis and Clark made the following entry: Opposite our camp is a valley, in which was situated an old village of the Kansas, between two high points of land, on the bank of the river. About a mile in the rear of the village was a small fort, built by the French on an elevation. There are now no traces of the village, but the situation of the fort may be recognized by some remains of chimneys, and the general outlines of the fortification, as well as by the fine spring which supplied it with water. The party who were stationed here were probably cut off by the Indians, as there are no accounts of them. In an article on the “Kansa or Kaw Indians,” Volume X, Kansas Historical Collections, George P. Morehouse quotes Bougainville on French Forts, who said in 1757: Kansas. —In ascending this stream [the Missouri River] we meet the village of the Kansas. We have there a garrison with a commandant, appointed, as in the case with Pimiteoui and Fort Chartres by New Orleans. This post produces one hundred bundles of furs. This old village found abandoned by Lewis and Clark had no doubt grown up around the French fort. And this French post was certainly the first...

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Indian Tribes of the Southern Plains Region

Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. Start Now The Regional Director represents the Southern Plains Region in dealing with other governmental entities and tribal entities. The Regional Director serves as the representative for the Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs with the responsibility to work toward strengthening intergovernmental assistance to all the Federally-recognized tribes under the jurisdiction of the Southern Plains Regional Office. The Southern Plains Region has two (2) Deputy Regional Directors, who work directly under the Regional Director. Dan Deerinwater, Regional Director Southern Plains Regional Office Bureau of Indian Affairs WCD Office Complex P.O. Box 368 Anadarko, OK 73005 Anadarko Agency Bureau of Indian Affairs P.O. Box 309 Anadarko, OK 73005 Tribes of the Anadarko Agency Apache Tribe of Oklahoma P.O. Box 1220 Anadarko, OK 73005-1220 Enrollment Caddo Nation of Oklahoma P.O. Box 487 Binger, OK 73009 Heritage and Culture Comanche Nation 584 N.W. Bingo Road Lawton, OK 73505 Comanche Veterans Delaware Nation P.O. Box 825 Anadarko, OK 73005 Nations History Fort Sill Apache Tribe of Oklahoma Route 2 Box 121 Apache, OK 73507 Kiowa Indian Tribe of Oklahoma 130 W Main St Anadarko, OK 73005 Enrollment Wichita and Affiliated Tribes P.O. Box 729 Anadarko, OK 73005 History In the Beginning: 1540-1750 People of the Grass House: 1750-1820 Days of Darkness: 1820-1934 A New Beginning: 1934-Present Wichita Indian Reservation Language Concho...

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