Cherokee-Seneca Boundary

Cherokee-Seneca Boundary

The east west line here, sec 26, is the old boundary between Cherokee and Seneca nations, the land north of this line was owned under patent by the Seneca of Sandusky, Ohio, by treaty of 1831. The land here south of the line was owned by the Cherokee by treaty of 1828.

Oklahoma Historical Society 154-1995.
North of Grove, Oklahoma on west side of U.S. Highway 59 before you get to the bridge. Just south of 98th St NW.
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