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The Etowah Story -- Chapter 1

    Etowah Oklahoma, a forgotten town that once was the center of life for families not far outside of Norman OK.  Around the 1900’s Etowah had two stores, a blacksmith shop, doctor’s office, post office and a cotton gin.  It was in this little community that the Stice family met the Ross family.  Charles and Katie Ross moved to Etowah from Oklahoma City in December of 1932 Mose Stice moved to Indian Territory with his widowed mother. He was not yet old enough to file a claim so his mother filed with the promise that if Mose would stay and help work the land, raise the younger kids then the claim would be signed over to him when he...

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