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Old Brunertown Cemetery


Photo by Charles Gibson


This is one of the oldest Seminole Freedmen burial sites.  In one of the gravesites lie the remains of Negro Abraham, the Black Seminole leader from Florida who was  a leader among the Seminoles who settled in Indian Territory in the late 1830s and 40s.   This burial ground was documented by Charles Gibson.