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Gee is a community in Pushmataha County, Oklahoma, 11 miles southeast of Clayton, Oklahoma. A United States Post Office operated there from May 22, 1909 to November 30, 1911. No longer in existence, it was named for Henry V. Gee, first postmaster. Gee (1868-1916) is buried in the cemetery in Nolia, Oklahoma, a nearby community. More information on Gee and the Little River valley may be found in the Pushmataha County Historical Society.

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Doug Dawgz Blog: In Search of Bird Gee. ... Oklahoman Bird Gee Ads & Articles, 1907-1909 ....
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Doug Dawgz Blog: In Search of Bird Gee. ... he was "understood to be the wealthiest negro in Oklahoma City." At one point in time or another, he owned around 320 acres in Pottatawomie Township, ....
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Doug Dawgz Blog: In Search of Bird Gee. ... after he left Oklahoma City in Houston on March 20, 1923. The certificate shows an incorrect date of birth as being "unknown 1858," as opposed to 1844..
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Doug Dawgz Blog: In Search of Bird Gee. With regard to an upcoming visit to the city and state by W.P. Vernon, the article states:.
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