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... Train across the Indian territory, was nothing but wild animals and cowboys and ?
Just coming down on Marbury
?
Just coming down a slope
Just coming on in, just driving along, traveling peacefully
There's a little speckled steer down on the side of the road
Just laying in the shade, we didn't think anything goin' on about it
All at once he jumped up bellered and there's some cattle from the ?
And we had our dog tied to the back of the wagon, just feeding ? the wagon ?
And those cattle run in, and they was, a kind of wagon with a horse tied behind it
?
And uh, put the horns under one of the wagons, come purt near to turnin' it over
And the cowboys shot one of the cows
And then the cowboys all come out a-shootin' and a-hollerin' and those cows all run away from us
We went on through that pasture then and come on down to the, uh, what they call the big old Alabama mountain there, it was a big long slope
And uh, we camped there
And as a bunch of the boys went out and killed us a whole sack full of these here mud ducks
They thought they was gettin' ducks, you know, wild ducks? and they was mud ducks - mud hens
We brought 'em up to the camp and picked the feathers off of them and put them in the skillet and oh, did they give us ?
We all didn't have no supper because that was so bad, the stench and all, but my mother throwed her skillet away 'cause she couldn't cook it no more
We come to Shawnee, Oklahoma, landed there in Shawnee
And went over to the wagon yard and it was just one board building in Shawnee at that time
We stopped in the wagon yard, stayed all night
And then the next morning we drove down to the ? place down on the north Canadian river and picked up dates (?)
We stayed there six weeks and picked up dates
We got three cents a bush and eighteen and ninety-eight (?)
And then we went on down and ? taken up with Indians
? north Canadian river ?, Seminole tribe on the Indian lease
And there, I and my brother get out to play, we wandered away from the house
Why old Paskigee, he had a band of forty warriors, young warriors
And he'd go down here to the falls
When you get down there you get a whole lot of hot water, they call it
And they drank that, then they come back through the country and shoot at our house
And I and my brother stopped at the barn one evening under the - in the shed, playin'
And the crib was in between us and the -
And they rode, and we heard these Indians hoot, well we knows they too close, we couldn't make it to the house so we just ducked under the lantern
And as they went on by we counted seventeen arrows, they shot for that long
It was a log barn, and some of those come through and stick on the ground on the other side
We ran ?
And then they had an old nigger, Sam Jones, was there, and he was a very ?
And he tried ?
Sam Jones comes to our house one evening, drove up into the yard and he told my brother, he says, "Give us a match"
?
?
He says, "Go get me some matches"
My mother says to him: "?"
He rushed down to get the matches, ?
And then about two weeks, three weeks later there was a Oklahoma ?
They was in a hack, in an Indian hack
And it was - had an Indian pony hooked to it
And he drove up there and got out, tied their horses, got out of there, walked on into the house, was nobody there, just I and my mother and brother
Just walked in, sat down at the bar, never said a word
? and that's about three o'clock in the afternoon
And then about sundown, they set out at about sundown, at about sundown they got up and walked out, never said nothing
Got in their old hack and drove on off
And that night, midnight, well they killed an old man and his daughter and drove their cows off down ?, Kentucky


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    General CommentSomeone please tell me what she says!
    I hear her talking about a 'nigger' named Sam Jones who, I think, kills her brother and mother?
    othatzsokewlon September 24, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is all that I could get:
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    THCBOTAon August 17, 2010   Link
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    General Commentthanks a lot dude. was it you who did it?
    that whole Seminole tribe thing works out quite well 'cause I looked them up and they have a reserve in Oklahoma I think and they were involved in some Indian wars a while back
    also, what's a hack?
    othatzsokewlon September 04, 2010   Link

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