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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 5
1927
INDEX

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

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Abel, Dr. Annie Heloise 47
Agricultural Indians 388, 389
Amendments to Constitution 107, 109, 262
Allgood, Samuel Y. 221
American Historical Books 48
Angell, William H. 259
Annual Meeting, Historical Society 105
Appendix-37 79
Arbuckle, Col. Matthew 330
Archaeological Discovery, an important 407
Arickaree, Battle of 297
Armstrong, Francis W. 333, 334, 342
Athapascan Culture 410
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Barnes, Gov. Cassius M., Veto 120
Barrett, Gen. Charles F. 95
Battle of the Washita 230
Battle, Version of A Famous 297
Bayou Telle 339, 343
Bean, Robert 333, 334, 341, 342, 344, 345, 346
Beaver County 21, 118, 294
Best, John C., Letter from 405
“Black Beaver” 383, 387, 389
“Black Kettle” 230, 304
Board of Directors, Meeting 109, 361, 430
Boggy Creek, hostiles on 346
Boggy Depot 4
Bolton, Dr. Herbert E. 48
Booneville, Captain 414
Book dealers 53, 54, 55
Boundaries of Indian Territory 21
Boundaries of Oklahoma 21, 287
Britton, Wiley 184, 321
Brown, Gov. W. P. 263
Bryce, J. Y. 3, 97, 114, 263, 348, 363, 371, 421, 431
Bryce, Nettie French 348
Buchanan, Dr. J. S. 42
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Caddoan culture 408-11
Caddoan village sites 45
Canton, Gen. Frank M. 422
Carter, Charles D. 116
Cattle Industry 61
Cavinole Mountain 339, 343
Cherokee Indians 83, 261
Cherokee People, Some Reminiscences of 180
Cherokee Strip 58, 277, 292, 331, 366
Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association 58
Cheyenne Indians 230, 299
Chickasaw Courts 400
Chickasaw Expedition 382
Chickasaw Indians 87
Chickasaw Laws 402
Choctaw Agency 30, 343
Choctaw Indians 86, 291, 378
“Choctaw” Poem 406
Choctaws flee from hostilities 346
Choctaws moved to Indian Territory 333
Cloud, Col. W. F. 311
Cockrell, Simon N. 44
Coffee’s Trading Post 46
Colcord, Charles F., Letter to 405
Comanche depradations on Chickasaws 381-2
Comanche Indians 381
Conlan, Czarina C. 404
Connelley, William E. 413
Cooper, D. H. 390
Cooper, Douglas, Journal kept by 381
Coronado, exploring expedition of 412
Council, Joint Memorial No. 2 128
Counties in Cherokee Strip 277
Creek Indians 83, 391
Culbertson, James 420
Culp, Dr. Amos Holland 260
Curtis Act 37, 117, 119, 283
Custer, Gen. 230
-D-
Dale, Dr. E. E. 42, 58
Dancing Rabbit Creek Treaty 333, 377
Dawes Commission 9, 35, 119, 273, 283
Day with Col. W. F. Cloud 311
de Graffenreid, Robert Patella 428
Depredations by hostile Indians 344, 346
Diary of a Young French Immigrant 238
Directors’ Meeting 109, 361, 430
Doyle, Judge Thomas H. 18, 19, 117, 266
“Dull Knife” 302
-E-
Early Telephone History of Oklahoma 149
Education in Indian Territory 38
Ellison, R. H. 348
Enabling Act 283, 289
Enloe, Benjamin Augustus, Jr. 350
Extracts from the Diary of Major Sibley 196
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Famous Officers I Have Known 185
Five Civilized Tribes 22, 110, 131
Five Civilized Tribes as Pioneers 46, 56
Five Civilized Tribes, Historical Records 56
Folsom, Rev. Willis 167
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas 333, 421
Foreman, Grant 42, 110, 381
Formation of the State of Oklahoma 47
Forsyth Scouts 297
Fort Arbuckle 229, 232, 381
Fort Coffee 333
Fort Gibson 330
Fort Smith 334, 339, 341, 347
Fort Towson 342, 346, 347, 420
Fort Washita 251, 381
Foster, Ephraim H. 99
Fouche, Maline 338, 340
Freedmen 91
French Historians of Southwest 42
Furry, Jacob Bergen 427
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Gardner’s Road 389
Gibson, Fort 330
Gibson, H. W. 100
Gibson, Pro. J. M. 397
Gittinger, Dr. Roy 42, 47
Gooding, H. L. 97
Gould, Dr. Charles N. 95
Greene, Judge William Nelson 260
Greer County 22, 44, 295
Grinnell, George Bird 299
-H-
Hackett, Benjamin Franklin 352
Harlan, Mrs. Sarah Moncrief 101
Harris, Grant 370
Hart, Irving Wallace 422
Hatch, Maj. Gen. Edward, U.S.A. 185
Hatchett, Judge Jesse M. 260
Havens, Bill 119
Haynes, Henry L. 353
Hickam, John P. 259
Horse Prairie 334, 335, 346
Hostile “Pawnee” Indians 344, 345, 346
-I-
Indian Art 219
Indian Commissioners, Board of 79
Indian Intercourse Act 291
Indian Lands 59, 79
Indian Meridian 331
Indian Office archives 51, 56, 57
Indian Peace Medals 428
Indian Removal 47, 291, 333
Indian Territory 291
Indian Treaties 9, 59
Indian Tribes, Wild 169
Indians, Reminiscences of Life Among 166
Initial Point in Oklahoma 232, 328
I-See-O, Indian Scout 297
Iseley, Bliss 413
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Jacksboro Road 385
Jack’s Ford 336
Jerome Commissioners 174
Jones, Paul and Horace 407
Journal Kept by Douglas Cooper 381
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Kaw Indians 59
Kiamichi Prairie 335, 340
Kidder, Dr. Alfred V. 407
Kitkehahki Pawnee 408
-L-
Lanchet, Joseph 238
Lands, Indian Territory 273
Lands, Surplus 174
Lands, Surveyed 231
Langley, Mrs. Lee J. 371
Laracy, Brother John, O.S.B. 238
Leased District 384
Le Fleur, Louis 375
Leflore, Greenwood 371
Legend of the Tie-Snakes 391
Lewis, Fielding 357
Lewis, Yancey 355
Libraries 52
Lieut. Henry Timberlake’s Memoirs 261
Littlejohn, William N. 423
Lockard, F. M. 297
Lynch’s Mill Was Spavinaw’s Name in Early Day History 322
-Mc-
McAlester, James Jackson 352
McAlester, Mrs. Mary A. 102
McCoy, Rev. Isaac 330
McCoy, Rev. Isaac, as a historian 51
McDonald, Alexander Allen 425
McKennon, Capt. Archibald Smith 353
-M-
Macready, Prof. Edward Daniel 345
Malmaison, Home of General Leflore 371
Many, Lieut. Col. James B. 333, 334, 341, 343
Marcy, Randolph B. 43, 383
Marcy’s Road 383
Mashburn, Judge John H. 400
Masonic Lodge 10
Medicine Lodge Peace Council Celebration 397-99
Meeting of the Board of Directors 109, 361, 430
Memminger, Thomas F. 359
Methvin, Rev. J. J. 391
Military Forts in Indian Territory 330
Military Highway 414
Military Posts, proposed by Cooper 386
Military Protection 345
Missionaries as Oklahoma Historians 51
Missionary archives 51
Missouri 59
Moore, Guy R. 262
Mormons in Oklahoma 385
Morrison, Dr. W. B. 258
Muldrow, O. F. 406
Murrow, Rev. Dr. J. S. 10
-N-
Nims, E. D. 151
Ninety-eighth Meridian Survey 384
Noble, John M. 150
No-Man’s-Land 21, 118
Nowland, Capt. Ed. 259
-O-
Oklahoma Geographical Name Board 95
Oklahoma History, Sources of 42
Oklahoma Lands 22, 28, 119, 231, 278, 331
Oklahoma Land Titles 364
Oklahoma, Statehood of 18, 117, 266
Oklahoma’s Rapid Growth 144
Oklahoma War Chief 363
Old Boggy Depot 4
Opening of Oklahoma to Settlement 22
Osages 59, 290
Otoe Indians 59
-P-
Panola County, Indian Territory 400
Parker, Gov. Thomas 264
Pawnee Indians 59, 204
Pawnee Village Sites 408
Payne, Capt. David L. 185, 365
Pickens, Col. Edmonds 383
Pike, Albert 44
Pike, Lieut. Z. M. 205
Ponca Indians 59
Post Office, First in Indian Territory 6
Potato Hills 337
Pottawatomie Indians 234
Public-building Fund 277
Publishing a Newspaper in a “Boomer” Camp 363
Pushmataha 375
-Q-
Quivira, probable location of 412
-R-
Railroads in Territories 14, 32, 87, 91
Ramsey, Gustavus A. 99
Rations for work 347
Red River in Oklahoma History 43, 295
Reminiscences of Life Among the Indians 166
Report of Capt. John Stuart on the Construction of the Road from Fort Smith to Horse Prairie on Red River 333
Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners 79
Reviving Lost Indian Art 219
Rice County (Kansas) Archaeological Field 407-13
Roads in Indian Territory 333
Robinson, Bill 18
Robot, Abbot Isidore 234
Rock Falls 364
Rogers, Dr. Harry Collin 350
“Roman Nose” 298
Rucker, Alvin 328
-S-
Sacred Heart Mission and Abbey 234, 238
Salt Plains 389
Sa-Tank 173
Scott, Gen. Hugh L. 397
Second Dragoons 382
Seminole Indians 84
Seventh U. S. Infantry 381, 414
Shaw, Senator D. A. 97
Shawnee Indians 234
Sibley, Dr. John 4
Sibley, Major, Diary of 196
Single Versus Double Statehood 18, 117, 266
Some Reminiscences of the Cherokee People 180
Sommer, Christian F. 195
Sources of Oklahoma History 42
Southwest’s History Written in Oklahoma’s Boundary Story 287
Spanish Fort, so called 410
Spavinaw Valley 322
Spencer Academy 414
Starr, Mrs. Fannie 98
Statehood of Oklahoma 18, 117, 266
Steen, Capt. Enoch 382
Stewart, Andrew M. 350
Stuart, John 347
Surplus Lands 174
Survey of Oklahoma Lands 330
-T-
Tawehash, or Taovayas, Indians 410
Taylor, Gen. Zachary 381
Tecumseh 392
Telephone, History of in Oklahoma 149
Thoburn, Joseph B. 95, 104, 109, 110, 113, 399, 405, 407, 413
Timberlake, Lieut. Henry 261
To-days and the Yesterdays 113
Tonkawa Indians 59
Trade Among Indians 388
Trails in Oklahoma 231, 233
Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek 333
Treaty of 1866 331
Tuc-ca-ba-ces 393
-U-
United State v. Texas 44
-V-
Venable, Thomas 360
Version of a Famous Battle 297
-W-
Wapanucka Academy 7
War Department Archives 51
Wardell, M. L. 287
Washita, Battle of 230
Washita, Fort 251
Washita, Valley Up to 1870 221
West, Alonzo Thomas 424
Westervelt, E. E. 151
White, Mrs. M. A. 115
Wichita Indians 388
Wichita Village 386, 389
Williams, R. L. 149
Witten, William Wirt 349
“Wood Indians” 389
Wright, Rev. Allen 264
Wright, Muriel H. 4, 42, 265
Wyatt, Thomas Charles 423


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