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Indian Pioneer Papers - Index

Indian Pioneer History Project For Oklahoma
Name: J. Robert Pickle
Residence: Red Oak, Oklahoma
Date of Birth: November 22, 1877
Place of Birth: Gat[t]man, Mississippi
Parents: Joseph and Sarah Jane Pickle
Race: White
Questionnaire - page 341

Mr. Pickle's Story:

My parents came to the Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory, in 1878, from Monroe County, Mississippi.

They came by train to the Arkansas River near Ft. Smith, crossed the River on Ferry boat, then on to I. T. by wagon.

Served on Election board in all Elections pertaining to the adoption of the East Half to Statehood.

Transcribed and submitted by Peggy Joice Horton 
wphor@sbcglobal.net March 2002.