Charles Carter: Hall of Fame

2006 Inductee

Born in Boggy Depot in 1868, Charles Carter was one of the first elected to represent Oklahoma in the U.S. Congress. He represented southern Oklahoma in that body from 1906 to 1927. Other service includes being auditor of public accounts for the Chickasaw Nation in 1892, member of the Chickasaw Council in 1895, and superintendent of Chickasaw Nation schools, as well as serving on the State Highway Commission.

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