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Frank B. "Pistol Pete" Eaton - (American author comboy scout Indian fighter Deputy U. S. Marchal) Known to be the Fastest Draw in the Indian Territory. He was such a quick draw that he could shoot a coin when it was thrown up in the air and shoot a hole in it before it hits the ground.


The "Trail of Tears". In 1837, the "Indian Removal Policy" began, to implement the act of Congress, signed by the President who said "that the only good Indian is a dead Indian", Andrew Jackson in 1830. The forced march, consisted of about twenty Native American tribes that included "Five Civilized Tribes" (Creek, Choctaw, Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Seminole). They were pushed into "Indian Territory" (which later became Oklahoma).


Judge Isaac Parker often called the "Hanging Judge,” from Fort Smith, Arkansas ruled over the lawless land of Indian Territory in the late 1800s.


Kiowa Boys, photographed at Fort Sill, Indian Territory, 1890 by H. P. Robinson. Part of the Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection. Series 4: Texas Locations and People.


Indian territory land was given away in the Great American Land Rush when the area moved to U.S. Statehood (Oklahoma) ---> I think i don't like this anything.... extermination, like always on history, and we never learn. And the Spnish the first, but I don't understand that some people, today, still fell self-satisfaction about this.


Wolf Robe by F.A. Rinehart, 1898 ~ “Wolf Robe (c.1838-1910) was a Southern Cheyenne chief and a holder of the Benjamin Harrison Peace Medal. During the late 1870s he was forced to leave the open plains and relocate his tribe on to the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian Reservation in Indian Territory. He was awarded the Benjamin Harrison Peace Medal in 1890 for his assistance in the Cherokee Commission.”