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From: "Judee Wells" <>
Subject: Re: [ARCRAWFO] Indian Territory/ Crawford Co., AR
Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 12:37:37 -0700
I have a question that I hope you can answer. On the 1930 census, my
Aunt and Uncle (who are Cherokee) have a number in the column under
Father's Place of Birth. The number for my Uncle -- a full blood
Cherokee is 32-5 and the number for my Aunt and cousins is 32-4 (after
1/6 and 1/2). Can you tell me what the 32-5 and 32-4 refer to?
Thank you for your help.
[mailto:] On Behalf Of Janette Perryman
Sent: Monday, January 15, 2007 12:34 PM
Subject: [ARCRAWFO] Indian Territory/ Crawford Co., AR
Yes, Crawford Co, was in fact one time the territory, the Territorial
Gov. in 1819 passed an act to create and establish the County of
Crawford. The area was all Indian Territory, These Cherokee Indians
lived under the authority of the US and lived between Point Remove and
Lee's Creek and So of the Boston Mts. Information can be found in the
Arkansas Gazette of Dec. 2, 1820 papers. This infor was taken from the
History of Crawford Co book by the Historical Preservation Ass. of C.C.
pages 4 & 5.
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