4 edition of Ottawa Indian Cemetery, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, 1870-1995 found in the catalog.
Ottawa Indian Cemetery, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, 1870-1995
Gerald L. Housman
|Other titles||Ottawa Indian Cemetery|
|Statement||compiled by Gerald L. Housman.|
|LC Classifications||E99.O9 H68 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||96084810|
Oklahoma Death Records Oklahoma Newspapers, Full Search (), 68 titles Oklahoma Obituary Search - (current) Oklahoma Funeral Notices. Ottawa County Cemetery Records Oklahoma Select a Cemetery: G.A.R. Cemetery, Miami, OK. Ottawa Indian Cemetery - Cultural Feature (Cemetery) in Ottawa County. Ottawa Indian Cemetery is a cultural feature (cemetery) in Ottawa County. The primary coordinates for Ottawa Indian Cemetery places it within the OK ZIP Code delivery area.
Below is a complete listing of all available online Ottawa County Oklahoma cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc. Most of these Ottawa County Oklahoma cemeteries are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we provide the listing when. Ottawa County Oklahoma Fragments of Local Newspapers, - Vital statistics Index, Fairland, Picher and Wyandotte Oklahoma, pp ISBN By Shirley J. (Earp) Mahurin.
Ottawa County, Oklahoma. Peoria Indian Cemetery (Please contact us if you have additions to this cemetery.) Location: Sec. 17, R24E, T28N, Ottawa County. Condition. Ottawa Indian Cemetery, Created by MWilson, Miami, Ottawa, Oklahoma, United States Take BillionGraves with you wherever you go. Download the free BG app and you`ll be able to contribute, and have access to our worldwide headstone database.
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rows Location: Miami, Oklahoma If you have family buried in Ottawa Indian Cemetery and. Ottawa County, Oklahoma cemeteries: Glenn Abbey Memorial Gardens, Williams Coal Creek Cemetery, Burson Cemetery, Ottawa County Memorial Cemetery Family History Library Ottawa Indian Cemetery: Ottawa County, Oklahoma, Family History Library Peery Cemetery Find a Grave.
Percent Photographed Myaamia Heritage Cemetery Find a Grave. Ottawa County, located in the northeastern corner of the State of Oklahoma, is one of the most important counties of the state, both from an agricultural and.
By treaty of they were located on their present reservation in Northeastern Oklahoma, immediately south of the Ottawa, Shawnee and Modoc. They were in number when they settled here and their reservation contai acres, all of which has been allotted. Cemeteries in Ottawa County, Oklahoma.
All Saints' Garden of the Good Shepherd. Angel Family Cemetery. Beattie Family. Beaver Family Cemetery. Beaver Gravesite. Ottawa Indian Cemetery. Peckham Cemetery. Peery Cemetery.
Peoria Indian Cemetery. Peter Clabber Cemetery. Quapaw Family Cemetery. Quapaw's Cemetery. Red Eagle Cemetery. Ottawa County Cemeteries: Listing: Submitted by: Tammie Chada: Ottawa County Funeral Homes: Listing: Submitted by: Tammie Chada Updated by: Sherry Springer: All Saints' Garden of the Good Shepherd Miami, OK: Listing and photos needed: Angel Family CemeteryListing and photos needed: Beattie Family: Quapaw, OKListing and photos needed: Beaver Family Cemetery.
Council House Cemetery (36), Crow Cemetery (3) F: Flint Cemetery (5) G: Goodeagle Cemetery (17), Grand Army of the Republic (Miami) Cemetery () H: Harris Family Cemetery (5), Harrison Cemetery (3) J: Johnson Family Cemetery (13) M: Modoc Cemetery (), Mount Hope Cemetery (5) O: Ottawa County Cemetery Cemetery (2), Ottawa Indian Cemetery (40) S.
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Ottawa Indian Cemetery, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, (Hardcover) / Author: Gerald L Housman ; ; Sociology, social studies, Social sciences, Books. The Oklahoma Ottawa tribal offices are located in Miami, and the Ottawa tribal cemetery is maintained in Ottawa County. At the beginning of the twentieth century the Ottawa in Oklahoma numbered approximately four hundred, of a total national tribal roll of 2, Native American Cemeteries provides a comprehensive list of all known Indian cemeteries across the United States and Canada.
While Native American’s and First Nation People can be found interred in regular cemeteries this page is devoted to those cemeteries with specific large concentrations of. Bibliography.
Ivy Coffey, "Ottawa County Reconstructs Economy on Diversification," Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), 27 May Carolyn Thomas Foreman, "Education Among the Quapaws, –," The Chronicles of Oklahoma 25 (Spring ).
Arrell M. Gibson, Wilderness Bonanza: The Tri-State District of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). After the passage of the Indian Removal Act ofthe US government arranged for the Ottawa to cede all of their reserves in Inthe United States forced the Ottawa to give up their few remaining lands in Ohio.
Inthey were removed to west of the Mississippi River, first to Iowa, then to five years of moving to Kansas, nearly half of the Ottawa had died. Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Oklahoma Minority Records page.
Ottawa County Minority Records. Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Indian Censuses and Rolls Ancestry. Ottawa Indian Cemetery: Ottawa County, Oklahoma, Family History Library. Ottawa Tribe of Oklahoma. Business Council /Grievance Committee. Board Members.
Chief Ethel E. Cook Term Federal Census Ottawa County, Oklahoma (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Federal Census Ottawa County, Oklahoma (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Federal Census Ottawa County, Oklahoma (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Ottawa County on Reel (Source: United States Census on Internet Archive) Named after the Ottawa tribe, Ottawa County is located in northeastern Oklahoma.
By the early s, there were two large travel routes in the area: the Texas Road and the Shawnee Trail. The Atlantic and Pacific Railroad was the first railroad in the county, built in