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Native American Research: The Five Civilized Tribes

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For adults

 

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Midwest Genealogy Center Branch
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Do you have Native American ancestors that lived in Oklahoma? If so, they may have been members of one of the Five Civilized Tribes: Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, or Seminole. Learn how to research your ancestors using U.S. Census and Dawes Rolls records. This class will be held in person as well as virtually via Zoom simultaneously. Registration is required and closes 1 hour before the start of the program. Please indicate whether you will be attending in-person or virtually when registering. An email address is required when registering to attend on Zoom.

 

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