The first formal election is held. A Mayor and city council are chosen.
Cheyenne and Arapahoe leaders meet with federal officials to discuss the sale of land claims outside the Unassigned Lands.
The election to adopt a new city charter written by Kickapoo dissenters is shut down by the Mayor.
A new city charter written by supporters of the Mayor is overwhelming rejected at the polls.
Six congressmen visit the city for a first-hand look at Oklahoma country.
Another Kickapoo charter election is broken up by the U.S. military.
Mayor W.L. Couch resigns after a summer and fall of political unrest.
Dr. A. J. Beale, a Kickapoo leader, elected to replace Mayor Couch.
Federal officials order Mayor Beale to stop challenges to existing property ownership, effectively shutting down city government.
The Oklahoma Organic Act sets federal rules to establish a territorial government.
Oklahoma City incorporated
W.J. Gault is elected the first mayor of Oklahoma City after incorporation.13