Creek and Seminole Nations release claims to the Unassigned Lands, and Congress approves opening the land for settlement.
"Boomer camps" pop up along and inside the borders of the Unassigned Lands.
President Harrison's Proclamation sets the time and date for the Land Run.
Prospective settlers are escorted from the Kansas and Texas borders to the perimeter of the Unassigned Lands. Those already inside are required to leave.
Land east of the railroad tracks at Oklahoma Station is reserved for military use.
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.10