But August 11th Is Cherokee & Creek Slave Emancipation Day
Many in Tulsa are planning to celebrate Juneteenth for the first time, next week, although their official events were all cancelled weeks ago. But they don't want President Trump to mark the day of emancipation of slaves in Texas; while he's in Tulsa. Keep a couple things in mind.
The Trump Campaign has set up a reservation website to get tickets to the rally. It's designed to work best if you have a mobile phone that the campaign can send the verification code to. Here's the link:
Q: What is the treaty of 1866?
A: Wikipedia offers this data..
Delegates representing the Oklahoma Indian Nations signed Reconstruction treaties with the United States in Washington DC. The treaty granted Cherokee citizenship to the Freedmen and their descendants (article 9).
The Chickasaw and Choctaw signed the Chickasaw and Choctaw Treaty of Washington July 10, 1866
Creek August 11, 1866
Cherokee Reconstruction Treaty of 1866 (August 11)
Seminole treaty ratified on August 16, 1866
Tribes occupying Leased Land of Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes
Shawnees October 14, 1868
Delawares August 10, 1866
Osage Jan 21 1867
Sac and Fox 1867