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Broken Arrow Ledger
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Muskogee Co I.T.
Ft. Gibson Post

McIntosh Co I.T.
Indian Journal

Wagoner Co I.T.
Wagoner Record

Marion Co AR
Mt. Echo

Washington Co NC
Roanoke Beacon

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The Indian Republican
Tulsa, Tulsa Co, Indian Territory (OK)

(c) Linda Haas Davenport

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From The Beginning of Tulsa. "The first newspaper in Tulsa was called The Indian Chief. It was a weekly, published by J. L. Winegar, an old soldier. Later the name was changed to The Indian Republican. This paper had many editors in its early history. Within the memory of many present day Tulsans it was taken over by George Bayne and then sold to Eugene Lorton, becoming The Tulsa World."

The Indian Republican began publishing in 1893 but the first copy in existence (that I'm aware of) is the Jun 17, 1898 issue. If anyone knows of any earlier issues in existence please let me know.

Jun 17, 1898 - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4 - Part 5 - Part 6
Next issue on Microfilm is June 4, 1900
Jun 04, 1900 - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3
Next issue on Microfilm is Aug 8, 1902
Aug 08, 1902 - Part 1 - Part 2 - Part 3 - Part 4
Aug 15, 1902 - Part 1
Aug 22, 1902 - Part 1 - Part 2

To Be Continued
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