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OKLAHOMA LAND RUSH, 1893. Homesteaders on their way to the opening of the Cherokee
OKLAHOMA LAND RUSH, 1893.
Homesteaders on their way to the opening of the Cherokee Strip in the Oklahoma Territory purchasing canteens of water at a train station in Wichita, Kansas, 13 September 1893, three days prior to the strip's opening. Drawing from a contemporary American newspaper
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