Kan. landowners served with tribe's suit
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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 2002

The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma is moving forward on a claim to 2,000 acres in Kansas.

The tribe had developed a settlement but it fell apart due to the objections of one landowner. Now, more than 1,300 have been served with the suit.

Get the Story:
Tribal lawsuit claiming 2,000 acres in KCK served to landowners (The Kansas City Star 7/19)

Relevant Links:
The Wyandotte Nation of Oklahama -

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