I was born in Texas in 1868 and my first trip to the Indian Territory was in 1887. Father was T.J. Erwin and Mother was Louisa Hall, both born in
This Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded on December 30, 1937. I was born in 1870 in Missouri. We were living on a small rocky farm in what was called the
I have been writing this Footnote column for eighteen years now and have tried to share with you the true feeling of living in Indian Territory. It was not like
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This week’s Indian Pioneer Paper was recorded by W.P.A. field worker Maurice Anderson on July 26, 1937.