- By King Charles II Charter
By King Charles II Charter 1663 Carolina Included Oklahoma Oklahoma was a part of Carolina. A strip of land from the Atlantic to the Pacific, by English Grand this event commemorated by the Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century, 1963 Oklahoma Historical Society , 1965 A red oak tree was planted December 1, 1963, on the grounds of the Oklahoma Historical Society commemorating the 300th anniversary of the granting of the Carolina Charter by King Charles II of England, establishing a province, a wide strip of country ...
Oklahoma county #charter #land
- Run of '89-E. Boundary
Run of '89 East Boundary At the opening of old Oklahoma April 22, 1889, this was the east line for the Run starting at 12 o'clock noon. Prairies and hills in the 2,000,000 acre tract west were people by tens of thousands. Homes were planted and tent cities sprang up before nightfall. Oklahoma Historical Society.
Oklahoma county #89 #boundary #land #opening
- Run of '89-W. Boundary
Run of ' 89 West Boundary On this line--98" W. Longitude-- Many campers sat by their fires the night before the opening of "Old Oklahoma". The next day at noon on April 22, 1889, many people set out running on foot and by horse for 160 acre land claims in Unassigned Land East. Oklahoma Historical Society 48-1995
Kingfisher county #89 #boundary #land
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