Oklahoma Land Run officially begins.
The first mass meeting is called. A Citizens' Committee of 14 is elected and instructed to conduct a survey.
Conflicting surveys are reconciled and approved at a second mass meeting. A temporary Mayor is elected.
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.11