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Re: Thomas Pitchlynn Brown's Claims
Posted by: Bob Date: November 09, 2000 at 21:48:49
In Reply to: Re: Thomas Pitchlynn Brown's Claims by Phyllis of 252

You should ask for the Cornish Collection. He was the attorney for the Choctaw Tribe. The case file is named: Thomas Brown. It is in a folder, but I can't recall the number on the folder. They should have an index to this folder. Also, they have the collections on the internet, and it is listed as one of the files in the cornish collection. You would have to search for the Western History library, Oklahoma on the net to find the listings. Thanks. Bob


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