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History

Moshulatubbee District was one of three administrative super-regions comprising the former Choctaw Nation in the Indian Territory. Also called the First District, it encompassed the northern one-third of the nation Included in the Moshulatubbee District were the Choctaw counties of Gaines, Sans Bois, Skullyville, Sugar Loaf, and Tobucksy.[1] The area that comprised present Pittsburg County during Indian Territory days was called Tobucksy County, a part of the Moshulatubbee District in the Choctaw Nation.[2] [3]

Records

To look for any possible records from the Tobucksy County times a search of Pittsburg County, Oklahoma or Records from the Choctaw Nation in the Indian Territory.

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References

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moshulatubbee_District#cite_note-2 Moshulatubbee District
  2. http://mcalesternews.com/local/x1507929695/Pittsburg-County-town-names-log-local-history Pittsburg County
  3. http://pittsburgcogenealogical.org/ Pittsburg County Genealogical

 

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