African-Native American Genealogy Forum
Dosar Barkus, Seminole Leader
Though little is known of his early life, Dosar Barkus emerged as one of the leaders in the Black Seminole community of Indian Territory in the late 1890s. Living in the town of Sasakwa at the time, Dosar Barkus appeared in front of the Dawes Commission. The purpose was to enroll himself, wife Sookie, sons Daniel and Sango, daughters Amy and Dolly, and youngest son Jackson, all to be enrolled as Freedmen. He at at one time been enslaved by John Jumper.
For more information, see link below.