Thank You, Military
I came to the Indian Territory with a white family named Parnell. We came through in a wagon from Texas and I helped Mr. Parnell move to the Indian Territory. He gave me fifty cents a day and my board.
The People’s House Can Show Up
But what starts a man on the outlaw trail? Some sociologist might argue that it was the fact that Dick Glass was half Creek and half Negro. Maybe he was not welcomed by the Indian, black or white community. This can hardly be true as there were many people who were of this mixture and were solid, upstanding, hard working citizens. Some of the finest lawmen, such as Bass Reeves, of the era were of such ancestry.
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