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a former territory of the U.S.: now in E Oklahoma. About 31,000 sq. mi. (80,000 sq. km).
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How to use Indian Territory in a sentence
Brother M., my companion whom you met last fall in Indian Territory, is well and I know will be glad to hear from you.Prisons and Prayer: Or a Labor of Love|Elizabeth Ryder Wheaton
A few seconds later half a dozen fine looking men rode forward, a well-known official of the Indian Territory at their head.The Boy Land Boomer|Ralph Bonehill
From 1838-46 there was agitation about removal, first to Wisconsin, later to Indian Territory.
Because thats the boundary mark between Kansas and Indian Territory, replied the miner.The Motor Boys Overland|Clarence Young
The civilized tribes had been slave-holders before their removal to Indian Territory.
British Dictionary definitions for Indian Territory
the territory established in the early 19th century in present-day Oklahoma, where Indians were forced to settle by the US government. The last remnant was integrated into the new state of Oklahoma in 1907
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