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El Reno Homesteader Filings

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332 Chas. W. Dunlap Sulbian SpringsArk.Cancelled by Rel. Oct. 19
5940 Helen M. Dunlap AltoniaO.T.
7621 William L. Dunlap AnadarkoO.T.
6509 Andrew J. Dunlop HobartO.T.
393 Elbert Dunn RockyO.T.
3725 Geo. Dunn CoraO.T.
2885 Jefferson Dunn Garden CityKan.
4344 Richard W. Dunn OkeboKan.
6238 Robt. P. Dunn El RenoO.T.
6100 Victoria Dunn DenverO.T.
125 William J. Dunn (Soldiers Declatory Filings)
2637 Wm. H. H. Dunn MangumO.T.
56 Jas. A. Dunncan BurnsO.T.
3685 Minnie Duppy ExcelsiorO.T.
5388 Francis P. DuPraz VevayInd.
6604 James Durigan El RenoO.T.
7147 Frank Durkee AnadarkoO.T.
2398 David Durksen SegarO.T.
6334 Henry H. Durland ChickashaI.T.
1880 Wm. Durr ChickashaO.T.
2786 Frank Dusil Oklahoma CityO.T.
3185 Sam'l L. Dutton ChaniteKan.
5707 Eli H. Duvall EnidO.T.Subj. S. D. S. 111
5805 Jas. R. Duvall El RenoO.T.
6719 Louis E. Duvall HobartO.T.
2696 J. H. Duvessee El RenoO.T.
3623 Dennis F. Dwyer EdgertonKan.
374 Jno. T. Dyche OgdenKan.
7527 Peter A. Dyck NewtonKan.
7455 Lucius Dyer HobartO.T.
6418 Sidney E. Dyer ClearwaterKan.
3651 Ross C. Dyson TecumsehKan.

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About this Resource

This database includes names printed in Names of the El Reno Land District Homesteader Filings, 1902 published by H. H. Edwards in Guthrie, Oklahoma. In late July and early August of 1901, land was opened for settlement in 13,000 160-acre tracts formerly located within the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache reservation and the Wichita-Caddo-Delaware reservation. The lands were divided into two districts: El Reno and Lawton. Individuals registered and waited for the drawing. Those whose names were drawn could then go and stake their claim. This book lists individuals whose names were drawn in the 1901 land lottery held at the El Reno land office.

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This microfilm collection offers information about homesteaders in Oklahoma Territory from 1889 to 1907. These seventy-two volumes include a physical description of the homestead, the amount of land, date and place of original registration, and the date of the final certificate. The Tract Books are arranged by township and range, not by surname.

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