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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 4
1926
INDEX

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

-A-
Adair, Col. William Penn 255
Amendments to Constitution of Historical Society 281-2
American Revolution, Oklahoma’s Only Daughter of 283
Anadarko, History of 302
Annual Meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society 74
Annual Report of Czarina C. Conlan 70
Applewhite, Dr. Benjamin L. 248
April 22, 1889 200
Apushmataha 100-1
Archaeological Explorations 143
Arnote, Mrs. A. J. 283
Atoka Agreement 32
-B-
Baird, Capt. William Graham 286
Baptist Missionary, Early Day 296
Barrett, Charles F. 3
Beaver County 90
Benson, Henry C. 156
Bixler, Levi 207
Black Jack Davy 367
Blowpipe, Copper, from Mound 147
Board of Directors, Meeting of 78, 205, 370
Boone, Capt. Nathan, Survey 356
Boone County, Ark., Excavations in Caves 148
Boudinot, Frank J. 252
Brewer, Phil D. 60
Brown, Elmer E. 89
Bryan County 216
Bryce, J. Y. 6, 14, 191, 193, 199, 204, 241, 291, 311
Buchanan, Dr. J. S. 303
Bushyhead, D. W., Principal Chief 30
-C-
Caddoan Era 143
Caddo Indians 111
Caldwell, Mable 45
Cave Dwelling, Excavation of 144-5
Celebration, Old-Timers 153
Checote, Samuel, Historical Sketch of 275
Cherokee Indians 16, 132, 251, 313, 326, 356
Cherokee Nation, A Decade After Civil War 16
Cherokee Schools 22
Cherokee Strip 94, 132, 252
Chert Quarries 143
Chickasaw Indians 31, 34, 132, 163, 289
Chickasaw Academy 116
Chisholm, Johnnie Bishop 128
Choctaw Indians 31, 57, 100, 132, 229, 327, 340, 352
Choctaw Indian’s Diary 61
Choctaw Indians, Life Among 156
Choctaw Missionary 57, 194
Choctaw Mission of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions 166
Choctaw Removal West of the Mississippi 100, 176, 348
Choctaw Schools 149, 156, 338, 343
Choctaws as Slave Holders 113, 181
Choctaws in the War of 1812 100
Choctaws in World War 115
Cimarron Territory 96
Clark, John A. 245
Cole, Gov. Coleman 229
Comanche Raid 34
Confederate Activities in Indian Territory 216, 264, 276
Conlan, Czarina C. 13, 70, 355
Cooper, Courtney Riley 366
Copper, Ornaments from Mound 147
Creek Indians 132, 275, 329, 356
Creek Indians in Confederacy 276, 331
Crossett, G. A. 100
-D-
Dale, Edward Everett 15, 303, 321
Dale, Rosalie 366-7
Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty 101, 178, 352
Davenport, Luda Pickens 292
Domiciliary Mounds 143
Drake, Mrs. Florence 165, 250
Duffy, Peter Parnell 201
Duncan. James W. 251
Dunkle, Rev. W. F. 61
Dunn, Jesse J. 295
-E-
Ear Ornaments, Stone 147
Ellis, Mrs. Sarah Starns 283
Excavations, Archaelogical 143-7
-F-
Ferguson, Mrs. Walter 162, 211
Five Civilized Tribes 132, 259
Folklore 45
Folsom, Col. David 177, 340
Folsom, Rev. Willis F. 55, 61
Foreman, Grant 210, 357, 368
Fort Coffee Academy 160
Fort McCulloch 216
Friends Society of Philadelphia 223
-G-
Gainer, Ina 200
-H-
Harley Institute 116
Hawks, William E. 153
Hester, Mrs. G. B. 241
Hillside Mission 223
Historical Society, A Woman’s Viewpoint 162
Hogue, Rev. R. J. 296
Holmes, Dr. Wm. H. 143
Hysmith, Mrs. Logan G. 286
-I-
Indian International Fair 255
Indian Mission Conference 58, 116
Indian Music 302
Indians in the Confederate Army 216, 264, 276
Indian Territory 101, 131, 255
-J-
Jones Academy 338
Jones, Henry C., A Fox Indian 308
-K-
Kagey, J. N. 339
Kay County, Excavations on Indian Village Site 148
Keetoowah Society 251
Kidder, Dr. A. V. 143
Korn, Mrs. Frank 232
-L-
Lambert, O. A. 280
Lawson, Mrs. Roberta C. 302
Legends of Oklahoma 50
Lewis, Aaron B. 333
Lewis, Mrs. Ida Mae 244
Lewis, John W. 244
Local History, A Nearly Forgotten Fragment 34
Locke, V. M. Jr. 232
Le Flore, J. W. 149
Love, Judge Overton 288
-M-
McCulloch, Fort 216
Methodist Episcopal Church, South 57, 116, 233, 307
Methvin, Rev. J. J. 302
Meyer, Rev. William 247
Military Trails, (Roads) 185, 216, 230, 237
Miller, Floyd E. 223
Morrison, W. B. 183, 222, 337
Mound Builder Mounds 143
Mound, Excavation of 145-6
Mound, Mound Builder 143
Mounds, Domiciliary 143
-N-
Nighthawks 253
No-Man’s-Land 89
-O-
Oak-Chi-Ah, Missionary, Death of 194
Ohoyohoma Chapter, O. E. S., Atoka, Okla. 298
Oil Was Produced in Oklahoma in 1859 322
Oklahoma 366
Oklahoma Civilization 192
Oklahoma Folklore 45
Oklahoma, Journey Across Ninety Years Ago 333
Oklahoma Lands 132
Oklahoma, Opening 129
Oklahoma Pioneer 201
Oskison, John M. 367
Overton, B. F., Governor of Chickasaws 118
-P-
Parle, Frank E. 149
Perryville, Regular Military Post 184
Pike, Gen. Albert 216, 333
Pioneer Days in the Early Southwest 210
Pipes, Ceremonial Stone 147
Platt National Park 11
Post Offices in Indian Territory 202, 229, 288, 368
Pottawatomie County Historical Society 164
Pottawatomie County Pioneers 242
Pottery, Earthware 146-148
Proto-Siouan Mound 146
Pushmataha 100, 347
-Q-
Quarries, Chert 143
-R-
Ream, Robert L. 44
Ridge, John Rollin 312
Robertson, Harry C. 144
Rock Shelter, Excavations in 147
Rogers, Mrs. Mary M. 298
-S-
Sac and Fox Reservation 243, 307
Sapulpa 329
Sapulpa, William A. 332
Seminole Indians 132
Sioux Legend 199
Sipes, Jasper 9
Sketchbook, Leaf from 31
Smith, Walter R. 50
Spindles, Copper, from Mound 147
Spring, Otto F. 143
Starns, Nicholas, Revolutionary Soldier 283
Statehood Day 232
Stone Age Man 143
Survey, Creek-Cherokee Boundary Line 356
-T-
Taylor, Baxter 31, 298
Thoburn, Joseph B. 3, 143, 148, 164, 282, 294
Thompson, Mrs. E. A. 208
Travis, V. A. 16
Treasurer’s Report 80
-U-
Union Armies in Indian Territory 264
-V-
Vanishing Race 100
-W-
War of 1812 100
Warren, Robert King 291
Weber, Mrs. Jessie Palmer 294
Wicks, Hamilton S. 129
Williams, R. L. 33, 58, 281
Wright, Muriel H. 322


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