Peter P. PitchlynnPeterPitchlynn is regarded as one of the ables of the early Choctaw statesmen. His father, John Pitchlynn, was a white man who settled among the Choctaws in Mississippi ... , where he died in 1881. His grave may be seen in the Coiigr§ssional cemetery.
Among the descendants of Peter P. Pitchlynn is William F. Semple, now of Tulsa, one of the later governors of the Choctaw
".... and Kezzie fPitchljmn) Poland, the latter the youngest sLster 6f the Choctaw statesman and Jurist, Peter P. Pitchlynn, who died at Washington. D. C., while representing his people as a delegate in the national
"...as a Daughter of the American Revolution.
Peter P. Pitchlynn, an uncle of Mr. Poland, was another noted man and leader in the Choctaw councils in the early days of the old Indian Territory. It was he who was sent ... in this hazardous undertaking. It was all planned to kill the whole outfit by one of the fiery Osage chiefs, but a bold speech by Peter- Pitchlynn made them change their minds.
Saved Party He said in substance; We ... Territory became a fact and the Choctaws took possession in 1832. Peter P. Pitchlynn was made the delegate from the Ohpctaws to represent them at Washington, which position he held until he died, during
"...as he is catching fly balls.
There's an Indian. He's Thurman Pitchlynn, . whose great grandfather was PeterPitchlynn, principal chief of the Choctaw' Nation. Thurman is a sophomore right halfback
"...of the Confederate troops in Indian Territory. Peter B. Pitchlynn surrendered the Choctaw forces and Stand Watie surrendered the Cherokees, Creek, Seminole and Osage troops; Winchester Colbert surrendered
"....ssignment to Fort Sill.
ceptlon of a few years, has made her home in .southeastern Oklahoma. Her kinsfolk came to the Indian Territory during the removal of the Choc-taws from the southern states. Peter P. Pitchlynn
"...’nited States; the heirs of Samuel Garland, against the Choctaw- nation: the heirs of PeterPitchlynn against thuf.Choctaw- na tion.
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