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Table Of Contents

Introduction
My Motivation
Using The Social Security numbers
Using Stories
Dealing with the Tribe and their records
Indian Military Records
The Indian Nations Today
Grandpa Bill Nixon
Actually going to Oklahoma
Chief Bacon Rinds Contribution to the Osage Nation
The Cherokee National Museum
Osage Battles
The Osage Weapons
The Second Battle of Cabin Creek
A short history of General Watie’s command
Rebuilding the Nation
Lawless Again
Jane Sarah Rush the Pawnee
Etha, Albert McGhee’s first wife, The Channers Osage
John Joseph Mathews
Virginia Mathews
Margaret McGhee
Sarah Rogers and the Cherokee part of the family
We go back to the Old Cherokee Nation
Maria Tallchief
Mysteries & Alternate Histories
One More Mystery
Bill Nixon my Father
Oklahoma Story of Rabbit, Turtle and Lizard
Guy Nixon
Hunting
The Ghost Bear, Jacob and The Albino Deer
A thought for the reader
Bibliography
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Finding your Native American Ancestors

Finding your Native American Ancestors

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The environmental disaster of the Dust Bowl which turned days to nights in the far of cities of New York and Washington D.C. for Oklahoma tore families apart sending survivors to all corners of the country.
For many people now trying to find their lost relatives and ancestors from Oklahoma the task is often more difficult than they expected.
This is a compilation of my research of the Native American part of my families roots. Not only do I present my findings in their historical context but also where and how I looked to find them. I detailed the members of my family from the early 1700’s to the present. A history you don’t see in the school books that has fascinated me from little on.
For those trying to find more about their Native American roots or those simply interested in American History from the Native American point of view this book is invaluable.
The environmental disaster of the Dust Bowl which turned days to nights in the far of cities of New York and Washington D.C. for Oklahoma tore families apart sending survivors to all corners of the country.
For many people now trying to find their lost relatives and ancestors from Oklahoma the task is often more difficult than they expected.
This is a compilation of my research of the Native American part of my families roots. Not only do I present my findings in their historical context but also where and how I looked to find them. I detailed the members of my family from the early 1700’s to the present. A history you don’t see in the school books that has fascinated me from little on.
For those trying to find more about their Native American roots or those simply interested in American History from the Native American point of view this book is invaluable.

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