[Talk-us] ref tags
baloo at ursamundi.org
Wed Feb 13 23:57:57 GMT 2013
Not reservations as such, but there are tribal boundaries that last to this
day. Osage County/Nation isn't the only one. Heck, just drive around
Tulsa, and you'll see "Entering the Cherokee/Muscogee (Creek)/Osage Nation"
signs bisecting the city into thirds centered roughly at the
244/412/51/LL/64 (and there's probably 546732469 other refs I'm omitting)
interchange in downtown. Several smaller nations are in the
Kansas/Missouri corner. The Choctaw Nation dominates the Ouachitas. And
yeah, the Osage got truly hosed...
On Wed, Feb 13, 2013 at 3:19 PM, Nathan Mills <nathan at nwacg.net> wrote:
> On 2/13/2013 6:27 AM, Paul Johnson wrote:
>> Considering that there's nearly 40 in the area within relation 161645
>> (Oklahoma), I'd honestly be surprised if there aren't at least 50-something
>> just within states starting with "O".
> AFAIK, all of the reservations in Oklahoma were allotted before statehood.
> There is, obviously, some land that has been taken into trust by BIA for
> the casinos. Osage County is the closest thing we have to a reservation,
> but even there only mineral rights are fully native owned. There are tribal
> governments here, but no reservations.
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