Curtis-Thompson Feud

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Curtis-Thompson Feud - Fi'om I'lf^ntliiff to Stiootlnft. Guthrie,...
Fi'om I'lf^ntliiff to Stiootlnft. Guthrie, 0k.)'M «rch- 29.;—fiarly yesterday yesterday a pitched battle occurred between between two half-breed Indians, George i»nd John Curtis, and two farmers, James Smith and, William Thompson; near .M.i)\c.o, in.the Choctaw nation. The latter were preparing to plant corn when the Indians appeared lieay- ily armed mid began firing; The fire was returned by the farmers and the battle continued for sometime, the- partiesi shooting from'ambush;. -Smith' was seriously wounded . and George Curtis, died from his wounds. The tight was the result of an old Teud, -4wo —yenr*f— agOp -whc n-r-J aim Curtia killed a brother of William Thomp- .'0Bli and shot this same SmKEfn^ifKff abdomen and arm. No arrests have yet been made.' r

Clipped from The Indian Journal04 Apr 1902, FriPage 6

The Indian Journal (Eufaula, Oklahoma)04 Apr 1902, FriPage 6
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