Indian Territory Minerial and Mining Company 1898

Indian Territory Minerial and Mining Company 1898

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Indian Territory Minerial and Mining Company 1898

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Beautifully engraved Certificate from the Indian Territory Minerial and Mining Company issued in 1898. This historic document was printed by the Union Bank Note Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of a mining scene. This item is hand signed by the company's officers and is over 102 years old. This document is in excellent condition and has 20 unused coupons attached on the right side (not shown in the scan).
Certificate Vignette The Indian Territory was name given to the region of the United States west of the Mississippi River that the federal government set aside in the 19th century for occupation by relocated, so-called civilized Native American tribes. The region, part of the Louisiana Purchase, was ceded in 1834 to five southeastern tribes and later to other tribes. The territory was greatly diminished by the American Civil War, white settlement, and federal nontribal subdivision. By 1907 the last of the Indian Territory had been incorporated into the Oklahoma Territory.

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