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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 2
1924
INDEX

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y

-A-
Adair, Col. William Penn, 143
Adams, Andy, 280
Addington, Mrs. Annie Ream, 379
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 293, 296
Antelope Hills, Inter-tribal Council at, 155
Arapaho Indians, 113, 350, 361, 365
Arbuckle, Col. Matthew, 46, 121
Arkansas River, Three Forks, of 37
Augur, Gen. Christopher C., 98
-B-
Baird, James, 45
Bean, Capt. Jesse, 122
Bean’s salt works, 45
Beidler, George A., 56
Bell, Capt. John R., 45
Belle Pointe, 42
Belknap, Col. William G., 124
Benge, Capt. Samuel Houston, 201
Benson, Rev. Henry C., 315
Bent, George, 99
Bickford, C. B., 52
Bieber, Ralph P., 1
Big Track, Osage Chief, 37
Black Beaver, 99
Black Kettle, 15, 103, 106, 113
Blinn, Mrs. Clara, 358, 362
Bloomfield Academy, 366
Blunt, Gen. James G., 126, 214, 234, 240
Bogy, Joseph (trader), 40
Bonneville, Capt. Benjamin L. E., 125
Boone, Albert Gallatin, 99
Boone, Capt. Nathan, 125
Boudinot, Col. Elias C., 143
Bradford, Major William, 42, 290
Bragg, Capt. Braxton, 124
Buchanan, Dr. James S., 83
Buffalo Herds, 35, 100, 138
-C-
Caddo Indians, 258, 332, 334, 381, 383
Camp Beecher, 354, 356
Camp Holmes, 123
Camp Radziminski, 361
Camp Supply, 28, 34, 354, 356
Camp Wichita, 16, 20, 27
Campbell, William Parker, death of, 94
Cancy (Lipan) Indians, 334, 345, 349
Carr, Rev. John H., 366
Cashesegra, Osage Chief, 37
Cavalry, 19th Kansas, 16
Cavalry, 7th U. S., 16
Cavalry, 10th U. S., 16
Chadick, E. D., 60
Chamberlain, Charles, 57
Chambers, William, 45
Chapman, Rev. Epaphras, 27, 44, 89
Cherokee Agency, 47
Cherokee Declaration in favor of an alliance with the Confederate States, 180
Cherokee Indians, 40, 67, 142, 146, 151, 159, 193, 206, 214, 218, 290, 295
Cherokee Nation, Courts of the, 63
Cherokee Question, 141
Cherokees, The Story of the, 326
Cheyenne Indians, 85, 104, 106, 109, 113, 350, 357, 362, 394
Chickasaw Trader on the Arkansas, 347
Chisholm, Jesse, 99
Chivington Massacre, 98, 114
Choctaw Indians, 40
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Ry., 60
Chouteau, Auguste, 290, 292, 295
Chouteau, Col. Auguste P., 43
Chouteau, Pierre, 37
Clark, Ben, 391
Clark, Governor William, 41
Clermont, 39, 290, 294
Clermont’s Band (Osage), 38
Cody, William F., 100, 391
Colcord, Charles F., 83
Colyer, Vincent, 18
Comanche Indians, 13, 41, 138, 261, 334, 350, 365, 381
Constitution of the Cherokee Nation, 65
Coodey, William Shorey, 65
Cook, James H., 325
Cooke, Capt. Phillip St. George, 124, 305
Cooley, Commissioner Dennis N., 142, 167, 194, 200, 221
Cooper, Gen. Douglas H., 126, 144, 186, 216
County Names of Oklahoma, Origin of, 75
Courts of the Cherokee Nation, 63
Crawford, Governor Samuel J., 99, 353, 356, 361
Creek Agency, 43
Creek Indians, 295
Curtis, Gen. Samuel S., 236
Custer, Gen. George A., 15, 357, 362, 364, 365
-D-
Dale, Dr. Edward, E., 84, 326
Davidson, Lieut. Col. William J, 29
Davis, Jefferson, 123
Davis, Col. Nelson H., 27
Dimon, Major Charles, 357
Dodge, Col. Henry, 123, 325
Dobie, Prof. J. Frank, 269, 325, 328
Dog Soldier Village, Destruction of, 98
Dole, Commissioner William P., 237
Downing, Lieut. Col. Lewis, 145, 222
Drew, Col. John, 148, 160, 189, 191
Du Pratz, Le Page, 257
Du Rivage, Sieur, 258, 333, 336, 347
Du Tisne, Lieut. Claude C., 258
Dunbar, William, 37
Dunham, Arthur W., 48, 84
-E-
Earhart’s salt works, 41
Elliott, Major Joel H., 100, 357
Ellsworth, Commissioner Henry L., 44, 122
Estill, Mrs. A. Emma, 84
Ewing, Gen. Thomas, 200
-F-
Factionalism in the Cherokee Nation 159, 200, 210, 213, 215, 217, 219
Factor, Serena, 371, 377
Falls of the Verdigris, 41
Fields, Richard, 67
Floyd-Jones, Col. Delancy, 9
Folklore of the Southwest, 269
Foreman, Grant, 37, 83, 298, 327
Forks of the Arkansas, 37
Fort Arbuckle, 10, 385
Fort Cobb, 15, 357, 360, 382
Fort Dodge, 29, 35, 350, 357, 364
Fort Gibson, 9, 46, 99, 161, 188, 206
Fort Gibson Centennial, 119
Fort Hays, 29, 354, 364
Fort Larned, 29
155, 178
Fort McCulloch, 155, 178
17, 361, 385, 389
Fort Sill, 17, 361, 385, 389
Fort Reno, 52
Fort Smith, 42, 120, 148, 159, 189, 206
Fort Smith Peace Council, 142, 159, 206
Fowler, Jacob, 45
French Interests and Activities in Oklahoma, 253
Fur Trade, 37
-G-
Gibson, Col. George, 121
Glenn, Col. Hugh, 43, 45
Goode, Rev. William H., 315
Grand River, navigation of, 43
Grand Saline, 43
Gierson, Gen. Benjamin H., 12, 126
Grinnell, George Bird, 85
-H-
Harlan, Agent J., 147, 205
Harlan, Senator James, 142
Harney, Gen. William S., 98, 221
Harrell, Rev. John, 369
Harris, Gov. Cyrus, 27
Hazen, Gen. William B., 16
Heald, Charles Hobart, 311
Heald, John Hobart, 311
Heald, Mrs. Lucy Wright, 315
Henderson, Senator John B., 98
Hinshaw, Prof. Eliu B, 378
Hood, Lieut. John B., 125
Horseback, Comanche chief, 26, 113
Houston, Gen. Sam, 122
Hubbard, Commissioner David, 229
Hunter, Capt. David, 124
Hutchings, William T., 73
-I-
Irving, Washington, 44, 122
-J-
Jackson, Clifford L., 73
Jacob, Capt. Richard T., 9, 386
James, Gen. Thomas, 45
Jefferson, President Thomas, 37
Johnson, President Andrew, 142, 146
Johnson, Charles B., 212, 242
Johnson, Susan J., 368, 374, 405
Johnston, Col. Albert Sidney, 125
Johnston, Douglas H., 376, 378
Jones, Rev. Evan, 173
Jones, Horace P., 11, 380
Jones, Rev. John B., 144
-K-
Kane, Justice Matthew J., death of, 89
Kannady, Lieut. Col. J. R., 225
Kearney, Col. Stephen W., 124
Kee-too-whah, town of 125
Kemp, Jackson, 368, 372
Kickapoo Indians, 295
Kicking Bird, 110
Kiowa Indians, 19, 350, 360, 365
Kitoowha Society, 173, 239
-L-
La Harpe, Capt. Bernard de, 257, 331
La Harpe’s First Expedition, 258, 331
La Harpe’s Second Expedition, 260
Latrobe, Charles. J., 122
Leavenworth, Gen. Henry, 123
Leavenworth, Col. Jesse H., 99
Ledbetter, Walter A., 73
Lee, Lieut. Col. Robert E., 125
Leeper, Agent Matthew, 382
Lewis, Anna, 253, 328, 331
Lewis, Capt. Meriwether, 37
Lewis and Clark, 38
Lincoln, President Abraham, 236, 239
Lindquist, G. E. E., 85
Lisa, Manuel, 37
Little Raven, 113
Little Robe, 113, 361
Lone Wolf, Kiowa chief, 27, 360
Long, Major Stephen H., 42, 45
Love, Overton, 133
Lovely, Major William, 40
Lucas, Mrs. Blanche F., 83
Luce, J. B., 218
-M-
McCulloch, Gen. Ben. 148, 168, 231, 238
McCusker, Phil, 106, 386
McGranahan, J. H., 52
McIntosh, Col. Daniel N., 187
McKnight, Robert, 45
McLaughlin, Maj. James H., death of, 88
McNabb, Charles A., 395
Mackey, T. J., 193
Martin, Judge Bryce, 69
Marvin, Bishop Enoch, 375
Mason, Col. Richard B., 124
Matthewson, William, 99
Mead, James R., 99
Medicine Lodge Peace Council, 98
Meigs, Henry Clay, 401
Military Reminiscences, R. T. Jacob, 9
Miller, Governor William, 46
Miller, William L. G., 145
Moonlight, Capt. Thomas, 239
Moore, Guy R., 84
Moore, Col. Horace L., 350
Morse, Rev. Jedidah, 46
Mouse, Lacy, 184
Murray, Dr. and Mrs. H. F. 377
-N-
Nagle, Patrick S., death of, 89
Nelson, Lieut. Col. Anderson D., 29
Nesbitt, Paul, 84
Nineteenth Kansas Cavalry in the Washita Campaign, 350
Norton, Capt. J. Q. A., 369, 367
Nuttall, Thomas 42
-O-
Oklahoma City’s Indian Scare, 395
Opening of Oklahoma, 56
Opothleyoholo, 151, 186, 237, 239
Osage Agency, 47
Osage Indians, 37, 120, 127, 285, 289, 291, 339
Ousita (Wichita) Indians, 345
-P-
Padouca (Comanche) Indians, 345
Pa-hu-ska, Osage chief, 39
Parker, Cynthia Ann, 305, 382
Parker, Col. Eli S., 221
Parker, Quanah, 305, 388
Pawnee Indians, 295
Peery, Dan W., 319, 382
Pegg, Thomas, 184, 222
Peneteka Comanche Indians, 382
Pepoon, Lieut. Silas, 34
Peta Nocona, 383
Phillips, Col. William A., 126, 145, 202
Pike, Gen. Albert, 126, 144, 151, 180, 189, 238
Pike, Lieut. Zebulon M., 39
Pin Indians, 173
Pliley, Capt. Anderson, 354, 356, 360
Pourtales, Count, 122
Protestant Missions Among the Osage Indians. 285
Pryor, Capt. Nathaniel, 43, 45
Pushmataha, Choctaw chief, 40
-Q-
Quidehais (Keechi) Indians, 334
Quinette, William H., 389
-R-
Railroad Agent, A Pioneer, 48
Rector, Governor Henry M., 224
Red Man in the United States, The, 85
Red River and the Spanish Boundary, 298
Redoubt Creek, 30
Reese H. D., 221
Requa, William C., 291, 294
Revard, Joseph, 290
Reynolds, Milton W., 143
Ridge Party, 159
Riley, Judge Looney, 67
Rogers, Judge Charles, 69
Ross, Daniel H., 200
Ross, Senator Edmund G., 99
Ross, John, 125, 138, 148, 170, 172, 184, 188, 191, 198, 223, 225, 227, 229, 238, 241
Ross, Joshua, death of, 90
Ross, Capt. L. S. (“Sul”), 382
Ross, Lieut. Col. William P., 155, 178
Ross Party, 159
Rucker, Lieut. Daniel H., 124
Rutherford, Samuel M., 43
-S-
St. Clair, Gen. Arthur. defeat of, 39
Sanborn, Gen. John B., 98
Sands, George L., 56
Santa Fe Trail, Some Aspects of, 1
Sarpy, Gregoire, 37
Satank, 27, 113
Satanta, 27, 113, 360
Schermerhorn, 122
Seay, Governor Abram J., 61
Sells, Sup’t Elijah, 142, 221
Semi-centennial of Battle of Adobe Walls, 402
Sergeant-Major Creek, 358
Seventh U. S. Cavalry, 357, 362
Shawnee Friends’ Mission, 392
Sheridan, Gen., Philip H., 16, 353, 358, 364, 389
Sherman, Gen. William T., 98, 353
Sibley, Dr. John 37, 331
Smith, Capt. Andrew J., 124
Smith, Capt. Edmund Kirby, 125
Smith, John S., 99
Smith, Rev. Dr. W. R. L., 326
Snivley, Col. Jacob, 305
Stand Watie, Col. 126, 222
Stanley, Henry M., 98
Stanton Hon. Edwin M., Sec’y of War, 234
Steele, Governor George W., 61
Steele, Gen. Williams, 126
Stiles, Capt. Daniel F., 55
Stokes, Governor Montfort, 122
Stumbling Bear, 113
Sturm, Dr. J. J., 384
Sully, Gen. Alfred, 354
Summer, Capt. Edwin V., 124
-T-
Tappan, Col. Samuel F., 98
Taylor, Governor Alfred A., 98
Taylor, Commissioner Nathaniel G., 98
Territorial Capital Removal, 319
Terry, Gen. Alfred H., 98
Thoburn, Joseph B., 138, 380
Thomas, George H., Major, 125
Tebbets, J. M., 207, 242
Thompson, S. Carrie, 392
Thompson, William P., 63
Three Forks of the Arkansas, 37, 84
Tilghman, William, 400
Toayas (Tawehash, or Wichita) Indians, 343
Tollunteskee, Cherokee chief, 41
Tonkawa Indians, 382
Tonkawa Massacre, 384
Tonti, Chevalier Henri de, 254
Tosheway, Commanche chief, 28, 106
Touacara (Towakony) Indians, 261, 334, 342
Tracy, Gus (trader), 34
Turner, Avery, 56
-U-
Union Mission, 44, 121, 287, 289, 292, 296
United Foreign Missionary Society, 287, 393
-V-
Vaill, Rev. William F., 289, 293
Van Horn, Hon. Robert T., 213
Vann, Clement N., 143
Verdigris Falls, 41
Vinall, Job, 44, 287
Voorhees, Senator Daniel W., 200
-W-
Walker, Hon. L. P., Sec’y of War, 231
Wardell, Morris L., 285, 326
Warren, Abel, 129
Warren’s Trading Post, 129
Washburn, Rev. Cephus, 293
Washita Agency, destruction of, 383
Washita, Battle of the, 357
Washita Campaign, The, 350
Weaver, William J., 133, 398
Weer, Col. William, 155, 194, 241
Western Cherokees, 66, 119
Whirlwind, 113
White Antelope, 103
White, Ashe, 98
White Hair, Osage chief, 39
Wichita Indians, 304
Wilkinson, Lieut. James B., 399
Williams, Hon. Robert L., 83
Williams, William G., (“Caddo Bill”) 388
Wistar, Thomas, 221
Wright, Muriel H., 211, 328
Wusitas (Wichita) Indians, 343
Wynkoop, Maj. Edward W., 99
-Y-
Yellow Bear, 113, 361
Young, Capt. Frederic, 375, 376


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