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Land lottery, 1901 the diary of Miss Minnie Johnson by Ardeth Elling Denney

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Published by Blue Beaver Pub. in Lawton, Okla .
Written in English



  • Indian Territory (Okla.),
  • Lawton (Okla.),
  • Oklahoma,
  • Indian Territory


  • Johnson, Mina Randina -- Fiction.,
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Oklahoma -- Indian Territory -- Fiction.,
  • Land settlement -- Oklahoma -- Indian Territory -- Fiction.,
  • Land grants -- Oklahoma -- Indian Territory -- Fiction.,
  • Pioneers -- Oklahoma -- Fiction.,
  • Indian Territory (Okla.) -- Fiction.,
  • Lawton (Okla.) -- History -- Fiction.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-289).

Statementby Ardeth Elling Denney.
ContributionsJohnson, Mina Randina.
LC ClassificationsPS3554.E53376 L36 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 289 p. :
Number of Pages289
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL400538M
ISBN 100966757602
LC Control Number98093736

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