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Identifier

RT398_F666M_1957_05

Publication Date

1-1-1957

Description

An interview with Gus Hadwiger, a law enforcement officer, homesteader, and participant in Indian Removal in Oklahoma in the late 1800s.
00:00:16 - Time as a marshal
00:02:54 - Train and bank robberies
00:14:39 - Dalton Gang
00:17:14 - Jaeger and Black gang
00:27:09 - Horse thieves
00:28:22 - Alva
00:30:34 - Army enlistment and deployment to the Philippines
00:30:05 - School house arsonist
00:32:18 - Chicken story
00:33:19 - Best rifleman in Oklahoma
00:34:30 - Arrival of the railroad and end of cow punching
00:35:30 - Move to Colorado
00:36:05 - Economic Panic and opening of Oklahoma Territory
00:39:42 - Cyclone
00:43:11 - Cherokee Run

Physical Description

reel-to-reel audio and accompanying documentation

Subject

Frontier and pioneer life, Indigenous Americans, Forced Indigenous Removal, 1813-1903, Law enforcement, crime, Train robberies, Bank robberies, Dalton Gang, Kansas, Tornadoes, Cherokee Strip (Okla. and Kan.), Homesteaders, Indigenous Americans

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© Forsyth Library Special Collections, Fort Hays State University

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Digitized by Forsyth Digital Collections

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For questions contact ScholarsRepository@fhsu.edu

Language

eng

Interview with Gus Hadwigger

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