The Cherokee Outlet was created in The cities of EnidWoodwardand Ponca City would later be founded within the boundaries of what had been the Cherokee Outlet. The Cherokee Strip was a two-mile wide piece of land running along the northern border of much of the Cherokee Outlet.
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The Cherokee Strip of Kansasin the United Stateswas a disputed strip of land on the southern border of the state. In the Osage Nation was given a reservation in eastern Indian territory in what is now Kansas. In the Treaty of New EchotaMay 23,the northern border of the Cherokee Nation 's land was set as the southern border of the Osage lands.
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On December 29,an agreement was reached at New Echota, Georgia, between commissioners of the United States and leaders of the Eastern Cherokees. In part, the agreement defined land known as the Cherokee Outlet and provided an assurance to the Cherokee Nation of a " perpetual outlet west. Cattlemen fattened huge herds of cattle on the Cherokee lands before finishing their cattle drives from Texas to the Kansas railheads.
It was Sept. Join the city of Enid to celebrate this historical event at the annual Cherokee Strip Celebration. On Saturday, bring a lawn chair or blanket to watch the streets fill up with fire trucks, floats, cars, marching bands and the traditional Longhorn steers for the parade.
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The only recorded example of the privately printed first edition of this rare map of the Cherokee Strip in Indian Territory, identifying the lands available for homestead claims during the Cherokee Strip Land Run of The present map, dated September 4, and signed by Chas. Smith see belowis apparently an unrecorded first privately printed edition of Wiggins' map of the Cherokee Strip.