i don’t know if you have the enrollment application, census card and testimony. you can get these from fold3 or oklahoma historical society or NARA national archives and records administration, fort worth office.
Dawes Card Information
tribe last first middle age sex blood card roll misc type
Choctaw Anderson George H 0 M M178 P
Choctaw Anderson Pearl 0 F M178 P
Choctaw Anderson Arlie Mae 1 F 3/16 M178 128 SOPER M
you should probably contact the tribe directly and see if they have any suggestions.
you should probably contact the choctaw genealogical society and/or choctaw historical society.
choctaw genealogical society http://www.okgenweb.org/~ccgs2/
the oklahoma historical society can suggest other possible research locations in choctaw county or nearby.
forts may have additional information. i see that fort towson is nearby.
you might look over this website and communicate with the county coordinator and see if they have suggestions.
Choctaw County Clerk
300 E. Duke
Hugo, OK 74743
Telephone: (580) 326- 3778
Directions: Third and Duke.
Records available: Court Clerk has marriage, divorce, and civil court records from 1907; County Clerk has land records.
this is an interview in the oklahoma pioneer papers. you might look at that, to see if relatives were interviewed.
you might want to look through all of the volumes to check names. many of the volumes are in alphabetical order.
you might want to search for surnames here: http://digital.library.okstate.edu/Chronicles/bookshelf.html
and if you visit cemeteries, you might want to take a picture of gravestones and post to http://www.findagrave.com and/or interment.net and also the choctaw pages on rootsweb.
if you are a subscriber to ancestry.com, you might find it useful to post a family tree. you can upload pictures there. affiliated with ancestry is rootsweb.com, but there is no fee to use rootsweb. many people post family trees to the worldconnect database.
have fun on your trip.
suzanne hamlet shatto