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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 3
1925
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-
Abert, Lieut. J. W., 117
Abilene Trail, 119
Adjourned Session of First General Council of Indian Territory, 120
Adobe Walls, Battle of, 273
Agricultural and Mechanical College, Location of the, 76
Agriculture in Ind. Ter., 137
Allhands, James L. 229
Alvord, . Capt. Henry E., 304
American School of Research, 246
Annual meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society, 90
Apache Indians, 302
Arapaho Indians, 299
Arbuckle, Gen. Matthew, 105
Archaeological Excavations, 242
Arkansas Indians, 49
Arkansas Post, 47
Atlantic and Pacific Railway, 230
-B-
Base Line for Oklahoma Land Surveys, 82
Battle of the Washita, 3,296
Beard, Henry G., 233
Bent, Robert, 65
Big Black Buffalo Bull, Ponca Indian Chief, 274
Big Bow, Kiowa Chief, 318
Big Heart, Osage Indian Chief, 273
Big Snake, Ponca Indian Chief, 273
Black Beaver, Delaware Leader and Guide, 107
Black Dog Trail, 260,285
Black Eagle, Kiowa Chief, 299
Black Kettle, Cheyenne Chief, 299
Boomers, Oklahoma, 283
Boone, Captain Nathan, 102
Boundaries of the Cherokee Nation, Survey of, 101
Brewer, O. H. P., 120
Brewer, Phil D., Elected Director of Oklahoma Historical Society, 90
Brown, John. F., 121, 233
Butler, Pierce M., 101
-C-
Caddoan Indian Tribes of Eastern Okla. 319
California, Emigration Across Oklahoma to, 106
Camp Holmes, 103
Cantonment, The Story of, 68, 290
Cattle Trails, 119
Cave Dwelling, Excavation of, 243
Chactas (Choctaw) Indians, 49
Chapman, Amos, 64
Cherokee and Creek Nations, Survey of Boundary Between, 102
Cherokee Outlet, Survey of Boundaries of, 81
Cheyenne Indians, 59, 299
Chickasaw Nation, Survey of the Lands of, 82
Chisholm, Jesse, 103
Chisholm Trail, 119, 259
Cholera on the Emigrant Trails, 115
Chouteau, Col. Auguste P., 105
Clark, Ben, Scout, 68
Cochetecka Comanche Indians, 307
Cockrell, Simon N., 100
Coffee’s Trading Post, 103
Colville, Coffee French, Traders, 100
Comanche Indians, 299
Conner, Bill, Osage Leader, 258, 279
Connor, William, Delaware Indian Leader, 39
Construction of Frisco Railway Lines in Oklahoma, 229
Cooke, Col. Phillip St. George, 109
Creek and Cherokee Nations, Survey of Boundary Between, 102
Creek Nation, Survey of Boundaries of, 81
Crook, Gen. George, 313
Cross Timbers, The, 99, 109
Custer, Gen. George A., 295
-D-
“D” County, 289
Dalton Gang, The, 290
Dalton, Grat, 291
Darlington Indian Agency, 73
Davis, Jefferson, Secretary of War, 115
Dean, Colonel, 287
De Mezieres, Athanase, 45
Dewey County, an Incident in the Early History of, 289
Dixon, Mrs. Olive K., 93
Dodge, Col. Henry, 104
Dodge, Col. Richard I., 59
Dog Soldiers, Cheyenne, 61
Doolin, Bill, Outlaw, 77
Dragoon Campaign of 1834, Sergeant Hugh Evans’ Journal of, 175
Du Breuil, Jacob, 47
Dull Knife Raid, 59, 288
Dunham, James N., 315
Dunn, Jesse J., 151
Durant, Wm. A., Elected Director of Oklahoma Historical Society, 90
Du Tisne, Lieut. Claud Charles, 319
Du Tisne’s Expedition into Oklahoma, 1719, 319
-E-
Early Days in Payne County, 74
Early History of Dewey County, An Incident in, 289
Early Trails Through Oklahoma, 99
Edwards’ Trading Post, 103
Evans, Serg’t. Hugh, Journal of, 175
-F-
Flat Boats on the Arkansas River 118
Flynn, Dennis T., 233
Foreman, Grant, 119, 175
Fort Cobb, 295
Fort Gibson, Establishment of, 101
Fort Towson, Establishment of 101
Frates, J. A., 238
French, William J., 146
Frisco Railway Lines in Oklahoma, Construction of, 229
-G-
Gardenhire, George W., 76
General Council of the Indian Tertory, 33
Gilstrap, Major Harry B., 93
Grant, J. H., 239
Grayson, George W., 120
Gregg, Dr. Josiah, 105
Guthrey, E. Bee, 80
Guthrey, Patrick H., 74
-H-
Hardee, Major William J., 103
Hazen, Gen. William B., 295
Henderson, James C., 253
Henderson, John, 284
Henderson, Tom, 288
Hewett, Dr. Edgar L., 245
Hewins, Ed, Cattleman, 279, 284
Hoag, Enoch, 44, 120
Hodge, David M., 121
Honey Springs, Battle of, 117
Hood, Lieut. John B., 103
Houghton & Sherburne, Indian Traders at Ponca Agency, 275
Hunters in the Cherokee Outlet 282
Hutton, Tom 285
-I-
Indian Bureau, The, 299
Indian Commissioners Visit General Council of Indian Territory, 128
Indian Graves on Pond Creek, 285
Indian Meridian, The, 82
Indian Territory, General Council of the, 33, 120
Indian Territory, Survey of the Lands of, 82
Indians of the Plains, Resolution of General Council in Regard to, 131
-J-
James, Gen. Thomas, 105
Jefferson Highway, The, 118
Johnston, Lieut. Col. Joseph E., 81
Jones, B. B., 238
Jones, Charles G., 232
Jones, Horace P., Scout and Interpreter, 316
Joseph, Chief of Nez Perces Indians, 277
-K-
Kansas City, Ft. Scott & Gulf Railroad, 232
Kansas-Oklahoma Boundary Line, Survey of, 81
Keel Boats on the Arkansas River, 118
Keeling, Henry C., 59
Keeping the Records Straight, 158
Keokuk, Moses, 39
Kickapoo Indians, 259
Kicking Bird, Kiowa Chief, 302
Kidder, Dr. A. V., 245
Kiowa Indians, 104, 296
Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, Diary of, 152
-L-
La Harpe, Bernard de, 319
Lame Doctor, Renegade Osage Leader, 271
Lankford, James Dwight, Biographic Sketch of, 86
Lawrence, C. M., Surveyor, 83
Lawton, J. W., 93
Leavenworth, Gen. Henry, 102
Lee, Lieut. Fitzhugh, 103
Lee, Col. Robert E., 103
LeFlore, Campbell, 120
Lewis, Anna, 58
Liquor Smuggling into the Indian Territory, 118
Lone Wolf, Kiowa Chief, 315
Lowrey, Robert A., 75
-M-
McCoy, Rev. Isaac, 101
McCoy, John C., 81, 105
McCusker, Philip, Scout and Interpreter, 299
Mennonite Mission at Cantonment, 72, 290
Miles, Agent John D., 61
Miller Brothers, 265
Miller, George, 265
Members of U. S. Indian Commission, Visit of, to General Council of Ind. Ter., 128
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway, Survey of, 118
Moorehead, Warren K., 245
Morrison, Dr. W. B., 157
Mound, Indian, Excavation of, 243
Mourning Parties, Osage, 254
Mow-way, Comanche Chief, 318
Murphy, Thomas, Supt. of Indian Affairs, 310
-N-
Nesbitt, Paul, 32, 166
Nez Perces Agency, 259
Nez Perces Indians, 277
Ninety-Eighth Meridian, Survey of, 81
No-Man’s-Land, Survey of the Lands of, 82
Northern Cheyenne Indians, 288
Northup, Frank D., 294
Norton, Captain, 261
-O-
Oakland Indian Agency, 277
Oklahoma as a Part of the Spanish Domain, 45
Oklahoma, Early Trails Through, 99
Oklahoma Historical Society, Proceedings of Thirty-Second Annual Meeting, 90
Okmulgee Constitution, 216
One Hundredth Meridian, Survey of, 81
101 Ranch, 265
Osage and Pawnee Indians, Dawn of Peace Between, 262
Osage Indians, 320
Osage Mourning Party, Pursuit of, by Cheyenne and Wichita Warriors, 281
Osage Scouts in the Washita Campaign 298
Overholser, Henry, 232
-P-
Pacific Railway, Proposed Construction of, 115
Paduca (Comanche) Indians, 320
Parker, Dr. Arthur C., 241
Parker, Cynthia Ann, 103
Panthers on the Cimarron River, 282
Pawnee Indians, 319
Pawnee, The Lost, 261
Payne, Capt. David L., 74, 291
Payne Center, 74
Payne County, Early Days of, 74
Peckham, Ed, 233
Peery, Dan W., Elected Director of Oklahoma, Historical Society, 90
Percy, Charles P. H., 125
Perrine, Fred S., 175
Perryman, J. M., 120
Petter, Rev. Rudolph, 72
Pike, Albert, 109
Pine Ridge Mission, 153
Pioneers and Pioneering in Woods County, 141
Points, Charles N., 233
Ponca Indian Sun Dance, 275
Pond Creek, 285
Porter, Pleasant, 39, 233
Powers, Bill, 291
Public Land Surveys of Oklahoma, 81
-Q-
Quahada Comanche Indians, 307
Quanah Parker, 103
-R-
Randall, Major George M., 67
Reminiscences of a Range Rider, 253
Ross, Wm. P., 39
Roy, Major James P., 304
-S-
St. Louis and Oklahoma City Railroad, 232
St. Louis & San Francisco Railway, 232
Satank, Kiowa Chief, 307
Satanta, Kiowa Chief, 299
Sater, J. E., 289
School Life in the Choctaw Nation Before the Civil War, 92
Second Quarterly Meeting of the Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society, 167
Sherburne, Joe, 283
Sheridan, Gen. Philip H., 295
Sherman, Gen. W. T., 303
Short, Luke, 269
Slaughter, Parson, 259
Slick, T. B., 238
Smith, Capt. Edmund Kirby, 103
Some Corrections of “Life on the Plains” 295
Spanish Dominion, Oklahoma as a Part of the, 45
Spanish Trail, 101
Steamboats on the Arkansas River, 118
Stillwater, 74
Stokes, Gov. Montford, 105
Stone, Capt. C. H., Cattleman, 279
Stone Calf, Cheyenne Chief, 66
-T-
Taylor, Baxter, Elected Director of Oklahoma Historical Society, 90
Terrill, Ira M., 76
Texas Cattle Trail, 119
Texas Road, The, 117
Third Quarterly Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Oklahoma Historical Society, 324
Thoburn, Joseph B., 73, 248
Thomas, Major George H., 103
Thompson, James, 125
Timber Mountain, Kiowa Chief, 307
Titus, Eli, Cattleman, 279
To-hau-son, Kiowa Chief, 318
Touacara (Towakony) Indians, 48, 319
Trudgeon, W. H. P., 233
-U-
U. S. Indian Commissioners, Board of, 128
-V-
Van Dorn, Capt. Earl, 103
Vann, Clement M., 42, 120
Vore, Israel G., 44, 103
-W-
Washington, George, Caddo Chief, 279
Washita, Battle of the, 3
Washita Campaign, The, 295
Watie, Stand, 43
Whipple, Lieut. A. W., Survey of Railway Route Across Oklahoma, by, 115
Whiskey Road, The, 118
White Eagle, Ponca Indian Chief, 274
Whiteman, Col. William H., Ponca Indian Agent, 274
Wichita Chief, Killing of, by Osage Indians, 279
Wikoff, Frank J., 75, 289
Wild Horses in the Cimarron Valley, 283
Wiles, Johnson, County Judge of Payne County, 78
Williams, Mrs. John R., Elected Director of Oklahoma Historical Society, 90
Williams, William G., (Caddo Bill), Cattleman, 279
Workman, Judge Jerome S., 289
Wright, Alfred, 120
Wright, Muriel H., 92
-Y-
Yellow Bull, Nez Perces Indian Chief, 277
Yoakum, B. F., 235


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