EARLY DAYS / LAND RUN / HORSES / WAGONS / CHEROKEE OUTLET / CHEROKEE STRIP: Caption reads, "Oklahoma saw another great run in 1893. On September 16, thousands gathered along the borders of the Cherokee outlet--so named because it was originally intended to give the Cherokee Indians an outlet an outlet to the western hunting grounds--and again the mad dash for homes was on." Original dated 9/16/1893. Photographer unknown. Published in The Oklahoma City Times on 3/26/1934.