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Sequoyah County, Kansas was established in March 20, 1873, never organized and was defunct by February 22, 1883. Kansas Historical Society

Origin of Name

Sequoyah County may have be named In honor of the Cherokee Indian leader Sequoyah (1776-1843), the inventor of the Cherokee alphabet Kansas Historical Society


Sequoyah County in 1883, was absorbed by Finney County. More infomation can be gained at Historical Society

Present Records

If any records from this time exist they may be found in Finney County, or Family History Library Catalog

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