By statehood in 1907, all Indian reservations in Oklahoma were abolished. But the Supreme Court’s McGirt decision in 2020 declared that the Creek reservation is still, at least for criminal law purposes, a reservation. This was expanded to also refer to the Cherokee, Seminole, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Quapaw tribes, which are now also said to have reservations. 

Now, a ruling from the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has it that three more reservations exist in Oklahoma.

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Blog entry by Allan Wall, published May 20th, 2023, on VDARE.COM.

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