Oklahoma Historical Society: American Indian Ancestry - Includes Dawes Rolls and allotment records and allotment maps for Muscogee Creek.
American Indian Records @ National Archives - Documents created by Federal agencies in the course of their daily business.
At present covers 21 states with an ever expanding collection of antique maps and atlases.
National Archives Military Records - Search for records pertaining to all US wars and branches of service.
Muskogee first received recognition when in 1805 US President Thomas Jefferson addressed the United States Congress seconding the recommendation of Meriwether Lewis that a trading post be established near the modern day city.
French fur traders had already existed in the area for some time before the American acquisition of the Louisiana Purchase.
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Jump to: General Resources | Local History | American Indian | Military Chronicling America - Select digital access to American newspapers 1880-1910 including 27 newspapers from Oklahoma.