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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 12
1934
INDEX

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Abert, Lieut. James William, 187n
Ada, Okla., 335, 440, 442-443
Adair, George W., 336
Adair, George Washington, Cherokee Indian, 212
Adair, W. A., Cherokee Indian, 136
Adair, Okla., 182
Advancing the Frontier, by Grant Foreman, 79n, 82n
Agreement, Supplemental Choctaw-Chickasaw, 441-442
Aird, Thomas, 79-80
Akers, Lafayette Jones, 246-247
Alabama, state of, 105, 264, 279-280
Albuquerque, N. Mex., 85
Allbright, Frank, 474
Allen, James S., 405-406
Allen's Academy, 405-406
Alston, William, 471
Altus, Okla., 155
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 42, 47, 56, 69, 100
Anadarko, Okla., 76n, 157, 365, 447, 449, 453
Anadarko (Indians), 367
Antelope Hills, 75, 75-76
Antelopes, 91
Anton Chico, 90
Antle, H. R., 444
Antlers, Okla., 497
Apache (Indians), 186n, 218
Asbury Mission, 79n
Arapaho (Indians), 126, 186, 218, 340
Arbuckle, Gen. Matthew, 21, 24, 83n, 128, 306, 325, 337
Arch, John, 71
Ardmore, Okla., 237, 239, 406n
Arizona, state of, 482
Arkansas, state of, 21, 25, 32, 41, 42, 44n, 46n, 47, 63, 97, 118, 124, 134, 136, 140, 178n, 294, 308, 311, 313-316, 319, 322, 454, 458
Arkansas, territory of, 42, 74
Arkansas, University of, 252
Arkansas River, 17, 26, 32, 42-46, 76, 134, 147
Arkansas River, falls of, 123
Arkansas River, ferry on, 251-252
Arkansas City Traveler, 260n
Armstrong, Capt. William, 336
Arrington, Alfred W., 315-317
Atkins, Catlett J., 79n
Atoka, Okla., 448, 450, 478, 492-493
"A Tribute to the Pioneer," by H. Hobble, 214
Attakullakulla (Little Carpenter), Cherokee chief, 67
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Bacone, Almon, 56
Bacone College, 125-126, 128-129, 227
Ballentine, Rev. Hamilton, 102, 407, 409, 413, 421-422, 426
Baptist Church, 61, 79n, 372, 400
Baptist Mission in Cherokee Nation, 220
Baptist press, 220
Barnwell, Rt. Rev. Middleton C., Bishop of Idaho, 472-473
Barry, Rev. Mr. T. W., Episcopal Chaplain, 470
Basshaw, W. J., 4
Battiest, Okla., 297
Baughman, U. M., 4
Baxter Springs, Kan., 360
Bean, Capt. Jesse, 215
Beale, Edward F., 74, 77n, 79n, 80, 81n, 83n, 87
Beale, George, 76, 93
Beall, Wm., O., 4
Beaver County, Okla., 386
Beck, George, School Supervisor for Chickasaw Nation, 426
Beck, James, U. S. Senator, 16
Beckham County, Okla., 155
Beggs, Okla., 142, 461
Bell, Devereaux Jarrette, 181
Bell, John A., 324, 332-333, 335-336
Bell, L. B., 253
Belleville, Ill., 76n
Bennett, Mrs. Leo, 400
Bent, William, 188n
Bent, Fort, 179, 187n, 188
Benton, Rev. Dwight, first Rector of St. James of Wagoner, 471
Berryhill, Pleasant (Duke), Creek Indian, 144
Bethel, Okla., 130-131, 295-296
Big Lick Church, 130-131
Big Smoke, Ponca chief, 361
Big Warrior, Creek chief, 273, 276, 277n, 278, 288-289
Bilby, Nicholas, 80n
Biller, George, 471
Bingham, Miss Florence, 457, 464
Bixby, Tams, 118
Black Beaver, Delaware Indian, 76
Blackburn, Rev. Gideon, 69
Blain, Agent S. A., 365
Blake, Ruth, 462
Bloomfield Academy, 422n, 424
Blount, Gov. William, 274
Blue River, 62
Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation, 405, 424, 447-448, 450
Bohannon, Stemen, choctaw hunter, 302
Book Review, 481-482
Boone, Capt. Nathan, 216, 368
Boston, Mass., 42-43
Boudinot, Elias, 306, 309, 312, 317-318, 322-323, 326, 328, 332, 334, 337-338
"Boudinot, Elias, The Murder of," 19-24
Boundary, between Choctaw and Chickasaw Nation, 405-406
Boundary, between Oklahoma and Texas, 145-162
Bount, William, Senator, 68
Bowlegs, Billy, Seminole Indian, 60, 127
Bowles, William Augustus, 265, 266n, 291-292
Boyle, Brig. Gen. J. T., 104
Boynton, Okla., 126
Bozeman, Jim, 255
Brainerd, Rev. David, 70
Brainerd Mission, 66n, 69-72, 97, 178n
Brant, Joseph, Iroquois chief, 126
Brasos River, 41
Breckenridge, Maj. Clifton R., 118-119
Breckenridge, Gen. John C., 118
Brewer, Oliver Hazard Perry, Cherokee Indian, 210-211
Bridger's Fort, 179, 197
Bridger's Pass, 194n
Bristow, Reuben, 11-12, 15-18
Bristow, Bill, 18
Broken Bow, Okla., 297
"Brooke, Rt. Rev. Francis Key, D. D., Bishop of Oklahoma," by Rev. H. J. Llwyd, 52-54, 470-473
Brown, Catharine, Cherokee woman, 44n, 71, 178n
Brown, David, Cherokee Indian, 44, 178n
Brown, James, Euchee Indian, 142-143
"Brown, The Journal of John Lowery," 177-213
Brown, Justice G. A., 154
Brown, Martin R., Cheorkee Indian, 178n
Bryant, William, Choctaw chief, 131
Buckner, Rev. H. F., 56-57
Buckner, Gen. Simon Bolivar, 105
Buell, Mrs. J. Garfield, 216
Buffalo, 5, 85, 88-96, 145, 156, 185, 202n, 341, 344, 348
Buffalo Creek Settlement, 130, 295-296, 298, 300
Buffalo, Northern Cheyenne chief, 9-10
Bunch, Okla., 461
Burgoyne, Colonel, 301
Burke, Mark, 15
Burns, Miss Mary Jane, teacher at Wapanucka Academy, 409
Burris, Colbert A., 440
Bushyhead, Dennis W., Cherokee chief, 203n, 253
Bushyhead, Rev. Jesse, Cherokee Indian, 136, 220, 323
Buster, Lillian, 255
Butler, Dr. Elizur, missionary, 137
Butler, Rev. M. L., 125, 227
Butler, Pierce M., Cherokee agent, 139, 306
Butterfield, John, 74
Butterick, Daniel S., 71
Byhan, Gottlieb, 69
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, 130
"Byrd, Gov. William Lender," by John Bartlett Meserve, 432-443
Byrd, William, Choctaw chief, 403n, 425
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Cache Creek, 27
Cache La Poudre River, 178-179, 191
Caddo (Indians), 27, 40, 218, 367
Caddo (Indians), treaty, 364
Caddo, Okla., 443, 448, 450
"Caddoan Earth-lodge, Excavation of a," by H. R. Antle, 444-446
California, state of, 74, 79n, 82, 89n, 93, 177, 179-180, 181n, 182n, 185n, 482
Camp Arbuckle, 76n
Camp Canadian, 80n
Camp Chruchman, Ga., 488
Camp Holmes, 83n
Camp Napleon, 450
Camp Radzaminski, 364
Campbell, Arch, 22, 24, 26
Campbell, Bob, 8
Campbell, R. C., 8
Campbell, Judge Ralph Emerson, 241-243
Campbell Salt works, 219
Canadian River, 9, 17, 58, 74, 75n, 76n, 78, 80, 83-87, 89, 91, 95
Canadian River, North fork of, 58, 79n
Cane Hill, Ark., 189
Caney Creek, 102
Canton, Frank, 398, 400
Carter, Billy, 8
Casady, Rt. Rev. Thomas, Bishop of Oklahoma, 472
Cattle, 5, 7-9, 145-146, 155-156
Catholic Church, 66
Catlett, John G., 216
Catlin, George, artist, 128, 367
Catoosa, Okla., 100, 102
Cavalry, First U. S., 214-216
Chaddle, Konkie, Kiowa Indian, 161
"Chamberlain, Rev. Amory Nelson," by Lon H. Eakes, 97-102
Chandler, Saml., 113
Chapman, Amos, scout, 10
Chapman, Rev. Epaphras, 221, 230
Chattanooga, Tenn., 22, 66n, 70
Checote, Sam, Jr., Creek Indian, 144n
Chelsea, Okla., 102
"Cherokee Gospel Tidings, The," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 454-469
Cherokee Spelling Book, A, by D. S. Butterick and David Brown, 71
Cherokees, Torchlights to the, by Robert Sparks Walker, 70
Cherokee (Indians), 19, 21-23, 25, 27, 32, 45n, 76, 83n, 123-124, 128, 177
Cherokee (Indians), "Act of Union," 24
Cherokee Advocate, 25, 138, 220, 464
Cherokee (Indians) Agency, 3
Cherokee (Indians) Alphabet, 25, 138
Cherokee (Indians) chiefs, 20
Cherokee (Indians) Commission, 391
Cherokee (Indians) Constitution, 21, 136, 306
Cherokee (Indians), during Civil War, 97
Cherokee (Indians), during Red Stick War, 281, 284
Cherokee (Indians) Female Seminary, 97, 114, 125, 255, 407n
Cherokee (Indians) immigrants, 21, 23
Cherokee (Indians), in Arkansas, 42-44
Cherokee (Indians), Lower, 67
Cherokee (Indians) Male Seminary, 114, 178n, 488
Cherokee (Indians) National Convention of, 329-331
Cherokee (Indians) National Council, 19, 137
Cherokee (Indians), Old Settlers, 20-21, 23, 306-307, 318
Cherokee (Indians) Orphan Asylum, 219
Cherokee (Indians), Overhill, 66-73
Cherokee (Indians), missionaries among, 42-51, 66-73, 97, 125, 454, 458
Cherokee Phoenix, 309
Cherokee (Indians), removal of, 19-20, 42, 70-71, 97, 136, 305, 307, 311, 325, 333
Cherokee (Indians), superstitions of, 272n
Cherokee (Indians), Temperance Society of, 136-138
"Cherokee (Indians) Trail," 179
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of 1828, 25, 42
Cherokee (Indians) Treaty of 1835, 19-20, 23
Cherokee (Indians) Treaty Party, 20-21, 306-307, 309, 324-325, 332-333, 335
Cherokee (Indians) village in Mexico, 35
Cherokee Nation, 21, 43, 46
Cherokee Nation, schools in, 25, 68-70, 97, 114
Cherokee Nation, soldiers in, 64
Cherokee Nation Strip, 7n, 58, 372
Cherokee Nation, whiskey in, 134, 136
Cherokee Nation, white settlers in, 42, 46-47
Cherokee town, stage stand at, 448, 450
Chester, Penn., 74
Cheyenne (Indians), 182n, 186n, 218, 340
Cheyenne (Indians), chiefs of, 9-10
Cheyenne (Indians), division of, 17
Chyenne (Indians), Northern, 9, 17
Cheyenne (Indians), raid of Northern, 11-16
Cheyenne (Indians), Southern, 15, 17
Cheyenne & Arapaho (Indians), Agency, 259
Cheyenne & Arapaho (Indians), pictures of, 371
Cheyenne & Arapaho (Indians), reservations, 258, 261
Chickamauga (Indians), 72
Chickamauga (Indians), Mission, 70
Chickasaw (Indians), 364
Chickasaw (Indians), Academy, 435
Chickasaw (Indians), Constitution, 437
Chickasaw (Indians), District, 406
Chickasaw (Indians), during Civil War, 435
Chickasaw (Indians), during Red Stick War, 291
Chickasaw (Indians), emigration of, 407n, 437, 447
Chickasaw (Indians), Manual Labor School, 425
Chickasaw (Indians), treaty, 60
Chickasaw Nation, allotment of land of, 441-442
Chickasaw Nation, cattle business in, 439-440, 442
Chickasaw Nation, governor of, 432-443
Chickasaw Nation, schools in, 402-431, 438
Chickasaw Nation, Wapanucka Academy in, 402-431
Chickasaw Nation, white settlers in, 437-440
Chickasha, Okla., 82n, 87, 447, 449, 452-453
Chiffee, Miss Mary, 423
Chisholm, Jesse, Cherokee Indian, 41, 76, 81n, 90-91
Chisholm Trail, 366, 447
Chisholm's Ranch, Kan., 448
Choate, George W., 477
Choctaw (Indians), 83n, 364
Choctaw (Indians) Academy in Kentucky, 294, 301-302
Choctaw (Indians), allotment of land of, 126
Choctaw (Indians), chief, 233
Choctaw (Indians) Council House, 112
Choctaw (Indians), during Civil War, 64, 435
Choctaw (Indians), during Red Stick War, 281, 283, 290-291
Choctaw (Indians), emigrants, 135, 295, 297
Choctaw (Indians), missionaries among, 55, 57, 132, 497
Choctaw (Indians), net proceeds due delegation of, 233
"Choctaw, Temperance meetings among the," by Peter J. Hudson, 130-132
Choctaw (Indians), temperance among, 133
Choctaw (Indians), treaty of 1801, 135
Choctaw (Indians), treaty of 1837, 405
Choctaw Nation, 65
Choctaw Nation, Chickasaw Indians in, 435
Choctaw Nation, lead and zinc in, 303
Choctaw Nation, schools in, 407n
Choctaw Nation, trailways in, 294
Choctaw Nation, white settlers in, 233
"Choctaw Landmark, A," by A. D. Hefley, 474-478
Choctaw County, Okla., 435
Choteau, A. B., 171
Choteau, A. P., 83n, 128, 219, 368
Choteau, Auguste, 173-175, 180n
Choteau, C. E., 171-172
Choteau, Jean Pierre, 171n, 173-175
Choteau, Marie Louise, 174-175
Choteau, Marie Pelagie, 174-175
Choteau, Marie Therese, 171-175
Choteau, Rene Auguste, 172-175
Choteau Trading Post, 83, 368
Choteau, Victoire, 174-175
"Chouteaus, The," 171-176
"Christian Missions to the Overhill Cherokees," by Sam'l. C. Williams, 66-73
Christie, Goback, Cherokee Indian, 124
Chronicles of Oklahoma, 5-6, 25, 42, 74n
Church, Baptist, 61, 79n, 372, 400
Church, Catholic, 66
Church, Congregational, 100
Church, Episcopal, 52-54, 470-473
Church, Methodist, 70, 242, 244, 294, 471, 492, 494, 496
Church, Moravian, 68-69, 100, 456n
Church, Presbyterian, 46, 66, 67n, 69, 79n, 99, 100, 102, 110, 124, 138, 298, 303, 406, 416, 420, 428n, 429-430, 449, 454-469
Cimarron River, 18
Cimarron Salt Plain, 15
Civil War, 22, 42, 58-64, 72, 74, 77n, 80n, 97, 103-104, 106-107, 113-114, 118, 123, 139, 145, 169, 181n, 300, 384, 422, 435, 496
Claiborne, Gen. F. L., 280
Claremore, Okla., 252-253
Clark, Fred, 11-12, 15-17
Clarke, John H., 150-151
Clarke, J. Stanley, 126
Clarksville, Ark., 47
Clear Creek, 91
Cleveland County, Okla., 82n, 368
Cobb, James Hughart Nixon, 244-245
Coffee Trading Post, 368
Colbert, Ben, U. S. Marshal, 441-442
Colbert, Col. Pitman, Chickasaw Indian, 403n, 407, 418
Colbert Institute, 422n, 425n
Colcord, Charles F., 125, 214
"Colcord, Reminiscences of," 5-18
Coldwater, Kan., 7
Coldwater Army, 138-139
Collins, Judson D., Chickasaw Indian, 425n
Collins Institute, 425
Colorado, state of, 178, 188n, 189, 190n, 456, 482
Colorado river, 74, 76n
Comanche (Indians), 33-34, 76, 82, 90, 145, 161, 163-169, 186n, 218, 340, 364-365, 367
Comanche (Indians), agency, 448
Comanche (Indians), Quahada branch of, 163, 166
Comanche (Indians), subsistence of, 62
Comanche Pool, 7, 17
Confederacy, Southern, 145, 368
Congregational Church, 100
Connors, Judge J. P., first judge of Tobucksy County Court, 474-475
Connors School of Agriculture, 475
Constitutional Convention of Arkansas, 118
Constitutional Convention of Oklahoma, 117, 155, 237, 240, 244, 246, 376
Constitutional Convention of Texas, 236
Cook, J. P., 103
Cook, Walter S., 449
Cooper, Gen. Douglas H., 64, 414, 421
Cornells, Alexander, 276
Cornwall Mission, Conn., 178n
Coweta Mission, 407n
Craig County, Okla., 99
Crane, Lieut. C. J., 146
Creek (Indians), 83n
Creek (Indians), agency, 128
Creek (Indians), capitol, 112
Creek (Indians), destitution among, 63
Creek (Indians), during Civil war, 64
Creek (Indians), during War of 1812, 130, 264-293
Creek (Indians), Lower, 267-268, 277, 281, 286
Creek (Indians), Loyal, 60
Creek (Indians), missionaries among, 55-57
Creek (Indians), removal of, 128, 135, 219, 293
Creek (Indians), treaties, 60, 269
Creek (Indians), "A Trial and Execution among," 142-144
Creek (Indians), Upper, 267-268, 277-278, 281, 283, 286
Creek Nation, schools in, 79n, 407n
Creek Nation, Seminole Indians in, 58
Creek Nation, setlement of, 79n
Creek Nation, whiskey in, 134
Cross, William, 398
Cross Timber, 86-87
Crow (Indians), 340
Curington, Jack, Texas Ranger, 164
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Dale, Judge Frank 400
Dakota, South, state of, 359-360
Danielson, P. W., 359
Darlington, Okla., 9, 11, 15, 17, 258n, 259
Dartmouth College, 68
Daughters of the American Revolution, 66n, 72, 125, 128
Davenport, Mrs. Julia Chisholm (A. E.), 479
Davis, Jefferson, 128, 368
Davis, John B., 25
Davis, John Barber, 68
Davis, Garrett, 104
Davies, Rev. Samuel, 66
Dawes, Henry L., 118
Day Land & Cattle Co., 145
Deer, abundance of, 27
Delaware (Indians), 34, 39, 45n, 70, 76, 81, 85, 88-89, 405
De Menil, Dr. Alexander N., 175-176
Denver, Colo., 190
De Onis, Don Louis, 147
Diggs, James B., 4
Doaksville, Choctaw Nation, 405, 408n, 434-436, 496
Doan's Crossing, 156
Dodge, Col. Henry, 216, 367-368
Dodge City, Kan., 14, 186n
Dodson, Rev. W. H., 400
Double Springs, 20-21, 23
Douglas, Rev. Thomas L., 70
Dow, Frank, 11
"Dragoon Campaign," 367
Dukes, Gov. Gilbert, Choctaw chief, 298, 477
Dull Knife, Northern Cheyenne chief, 11, 17
Duncan, Okla., 437
Durant, Alex, Choctaw Indian, 477
Durant, Horace Brandriff, 374
Durant, William, Choctaw Indian, 400
Dwight Mission, 3, 42-51, 97, 99-100, 102, 124
"Dwight Mission, The Cherokee Gospel Tidings of," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 454-469
Dwight, Rev. Timothy, 42, 454
Dyer, James, Choctaw Indian, 303
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Eagle County, Choctaw Nation, 130
Eagletown, Okla., 296-297, 301
Echasi (Indians), 27
Echasi (Indians), village of, 28
Edwards, James, 76n
Edwards, Rev. John, 299-300
Edwards, H. B., 83-84
Edwards Trading Settlement, 79n
Elliott, Miss Carrie M., 456, 468
Elm Spring Mission, 455-457, 460-463, 466, 468
El Paso, Tex., 74
El Reno, Okla., 258, 387
El Reno Democrat, 157
Engle, F. E., 75
Enid, Okla., 393
Episcopal Church, 52-54, 470-473
Eufala, Okla., 56, 79n, 472, 496
Europe, country of, 67
Evans, Hugh, The Journal of, 367
Evans, Capt. L., 183-184
Evans, Lemuel D., 313-314
Evarts, Jeremiah, 43, 51
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Fairfax, Okla., 398
Fairfield Mission, 100, 102
Fait, Mrs. Anna B., 449
Fait, Rev. S. V., 449
Fans, General Grant Collection of, 479
Fayetteville, Ark., 183n, 462
Felikatvbbi, Choctaw Indian, 295
Filson, Charles H., 400
Finney, Alfred, 42, 51
Finney, Mrs. Alfred, 48n
Fisk, Moses, 68
Fitzpatrick, Maj. Thomas, Indian Agent, 186
Five Civilized Tribes, 264
Five Civilized Tribes, removal of, 55-56, 58, 134
Five Civilized Tribes, removal records of, 126, 217-219, 228-229, 369-370, 486
Five Civilized Tribes, white intruders in, 437
Fixico, Talosee, Creek Indian, 272n
Flenner, John Wintrode, 117
Florida, state of, 58, 264-265, 271, 275-276, 285-286, 288-291, 293
Folsom, David, Choctaw Indian, 56, 435
Folsom, Rufus, 477
Folsom, Sampson, 435
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas (Mrs. Grant), 103, 454, 488
Foreman, Grant, 74n, 79n, 123, 125, 127, 133, 153n, 179n, 180n, 183n, 216, 300n
Foreman, Ned, 455
Foreman, Rev. Stephen, 22
Foreman, James, Cherokee Indian, 306, 311, 313-314, 318-325, 338-339
Foreman, Johnson, 323
Fort Arbuckle, 76, 150, 230, 364-365, 447-448
Fort Atkinson, 186n
Fort Barrancas, 291
Fort Bowyer, 289
Fort Cobb, 447
Fort Coffee, 134, 230
Fort Collins, Col., 191n
Fort Donelson, Tenn., 103
Fort Gibson, 3, 421, 24, 26, 127-129, 136, 178n, 179n, 187n, 215-216, 220, 230, 251-254, 256, 367, 434, 470, 488
Fort Gibson, preservation of, 216-217, 229-231
Fort Harker, Kan., 447
Fort Hawkins, factory at, 267
Fort Holmes, 80n, 83n
Fort Jackson, 285-286, 293
Fort Jackson, treaty of, 288, 292
Fort Knox, Ky., 215
Fort Loudonn, 67
Fort Mann, 179n, 184, 186
Fort Marion, Fla., 347
Fort Mason, 83n
Fort Mims, 279-282
Fort Reno, 9
Fort Sill, 146, 158, 167, 215, 347, 358, 364, 447-450, 452
Fort Sinquefield, 280
Fort Smith, 42, 62, 74-76, 79n, 83, 99, 110, 113, 118, 123, 134, 179n, 294, 306, 447, 457, 477
Fort Smith—Fort Towson Military Toad, 299, 301
Fort Towson, 294-295, 434-435
Fort Towson—Hot Springs Road, 294
Fort Towson—Little Rock Military Road, 295
Fort Wallace, 15
Fort Washita, 62, 64, 230
Fort Wayne, 181n, 220, 230
France, country of, 145, 158, 173, 264-265
Francis, Rev. A. V., rector, St. James of Wagoner, 471
Francis, Millie, Cherokee woman, 125, 230
Frantz, Gov. Frank, 394, 396, 399
Frazier, George, 452
Frazier, Gen. J. W., 109
Fred, Chickasaw Nation, 447, 449-450, 453
Fred, Col. Frank, 449
French & Indian War, 265
Frisco, Okla., 436
Frontier Times, 366
Fullerton, Eula E., 257
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Grand Army of the Republican, 116, 369, 388
Gardner, Capt. Edmund, 435
Gardner, Choctaw Indian, 478
Galbreath, Robert, 426
Georgia, state of, 42, 55, 69, 97, 108, 125, 136-137, 182n, 264-265, 269-270, 275, 278, 280-283, 287-288, 305, 307-308, 315, 488, 496
Gibson Station, 251-252, 256
Gill, Judge Joseph Albert, 375-376
Gist, Mrs. E. W., 178
Gold Rush, 79n, 177-180, 190
Goodwater Mission, 407n
Gould, Dr. C. N., 366
Grady County, Okla., 449, 453
Graham, Jim, 79
Grand River, 102, 179n, 180
Grand Saline, Cherokee Nation, 177-178, 180, 182n
Grant, Gen. U. S., 479
Grayson, Capt. G. W., 113
Great Britain, country of, 264-265, 270, 274, 287-288, 291, 293
Greece, John, 456
Green, Miss H. M., teacher at Wapanucka Academy, 409-410
Green, R. Frank, 82-83, 87
Greenleaf, Mary Coombs, teacher at Wapanucka Academy, 427-430
Greenwood, Harris, Chickasaw Indian, 423
Greer, John L., 148n
"Greer County," by Emma Estill-Harbour, Ph. D., 145-162
Guess, George (Sequoyah), 25-41
Gunter, Edward, 322
Guthrie, Okla., 387-390, 393-398
Guthrie Leader, 398-401
Gypsum, deposits of, 91-92
Guy, William M., Chickasaw chief, 439
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Hadjo, Hillis (Prophet Francis), 277
Hailey, Dr. D. M., 474
Hall, Arthur H., 264
Hammer, Albert, 393
Hammerer, John Daniel, 67
Hanson, Rev. Harvey, 124
Harbour, Emma-Estill, Ph. D., 123, 126, 145, 157, 227
Harmon County, Okla., 155
Harris, Cyrus, Chickasaw chief, 424
Harrison, President Benjamin, 110, 384, 386
Haskell, Charles N., 383, 393, 397-401, 476
Haskell, Okla., 469
Hastings, W. W., 126, 219, 228, 488
Hawkins, Benjamin, 266-269, 273, 275-278, 285, 292
Hawkins, Glenn B., 481
Haworth, Rev. W. P., 102
Haynes, Sam J., Creek Indian, 144
Hearrell, J. B., 402n
Henderson County, Tex., 170
Henry Kendall College, 458
Hester, G. B., 110
Hicks, Daniel Ross, Cherokee Indian, 252
Hicks, E. D., Cherokee Indian, 252
Hildebrand Mill, 220
Hillsborough, Lord, 67
Hilton, Anderson, 12-13
Hindman, T. C., 61
"History of Hamilton County," by Miss Armstrong, 70
Hitchcock, Asa, 43
Hitchcock, Mrs. Hannah, 139
Hitchcock, Isaac B., 458
Hitchcock, Jacob, 42
Hi-ye-ni-his (indians), 27
Hobble, H., 214
Hobbs, Simon L., missionary, 132
Hochatown, Choctaw Nation, 296-297
Hodges, Jake, criminal lawyer, 478
Hoge, Judge Joseph M., 316-317
Holdenville, Okla., 76n
Holderman, Miss Nell, 465
Home-steaders, 5
Honey Creek, 21, 100
Honey Springs, 123
Hopaie, Tustunnuggee, Creek Indian, 277
Horseback, chief of Noconee Indians, 451
Horsehead (Skull) Creek, 45-46, 50
Hotvbbi, Choctaw Indian, 299
Houston, Sam, 46n, 128, 150
Houston, Sam, old home of, 3
Houston, Sam, wife of, 127
Houston, Temple, 398
Howard, Miss Bess, 127
Howard, J. W., 315
Hoyt, Ard, 97
Hudson, George, Choctaw chief, 300, 303-304
Hudson, Peter J., 130
"Hudson, Peter J., Reminiscences by," 294-304
Hunt, George, Kiowa Indian, 340
Huntsville, Ala., 105
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Idaho Territory, 361, 363
Illinois Bayou, 42, 458
Illinois Camp Ground, 21, 23, 327-331
Illinois River, in Oklahoma, 46n, 102
Illinois River, in Arkansas, 44-45, 50
Illinois, state of, 136
Independence Route, 194
Indiana, state of, 105, 110, 384, 387, 460
Indian Justice, by Grant Foreman, 300n
Indian Removal Bill, 305
Indian Records, removal of, 126, 217-219, 228-229, 369-370, 486
Indians, 5
Indians, Plains, 145, 364, 450
Indians, Texas Reserve, 364
Indians, Confederate, 450
Indian Territory, 15, 17, 52, 74, 127, 137, 140
Indian Territory, Bar Association proceedings of, 114
Indian Territory, Court of Appeals, 375
Indian Territory, during Civil War, 113
Indian Territory, forts in, 60
Indian Territory, military department in 63
Indian Territory, missionaries in, 55, 57-59
Indian Territory, railroads through, 448
Indian Territory, reconstruction of, 64
Indian Territory, removal of Ponca Indians to, 359-360
Indian Territory, U. S. Court in, 103, 110-111, 140
International Council of 1878, 112
International Council of 1843, 137
Iowa, state of, 454
Iowa (Indians), 218
Iowa (Indians) reservation, 391
Iowa (Indians), schools for, 417
Ipalvmmi Trailway, Choctaw Nation, 130, 296-297
Irving, Washington, 6, 128, 180n, 215, 219
Isparhecher, Creek chief, 144
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Jack, Timmie, Euchee Indian, 142-144
Jackson County, Okla., 155
Jackson, Andrew, 19-20, 55, 67, 127, 133, 274, 282-286, 289-291, 305, 308, 481
Jackson, Jacob, Choctaw Indian, 302
Jackson, William H., 425n
James, Booker, Chickasaw Indian, 423
Jolly, John, Cherokee chief, 46
Jones, C. G., 400
Jones, D. W., rancher, 259-260
Jones, H. P., 451
Jones, Horace P., 167n
Jones, J. B., 455
Jones, Philos S., 4
Jones, Wilson, Choctaw chief, 302
Johnson, C. B., 448
Johnson, Sir William, 126
Johnston County, Okla., 402, 403n
Johnston, Douglas H., Chicasaw chief, 442
Joseph, Nez Perce chief, 360, 362
Judah, Gen. Henry M., 106
Jug Cattle Co., 8
Jumper, John, Seminole chief, 60-61, 64
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Kanard, Moty, Creek chief, 57
Kansas, state of, 6, 8, 62-63, 140, 185n, 447, 462, 482
Kansas City Southern Railway, 459
Kaskaskia, Ill., 44n
Kaw (Indians), 218
Keechi (Indians), 367
Keith, Rev. William Marshall, 496-497
Kellough, Robert W., 4
Kentucky, state of, 16-17, 103-105, 107, 109-111, 118, 128, 136, 294, 302, 314-315, 372, 449
Keys, Riley W., Cherokee Indian, 24
Kiamitia Mountains, 294
Kichai (Indians), 83n
Kickapoo (Indians), 218
Kickapoo (Indians), schools for, 417
Kilborn, Frank, 258-259, 261
Kingfisher Creek, origin of name of, 366
Kingfisher, Okla., 387, 390
Kingfisher, John, 366
Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, 70
Kiowa (Indians), 83n, 145, 153, 161, 163, 186n, 218, 367
Kiowa (Indians) Agency, 447
"Kiowa (Indians), The Annual Sun Dance of the," 340-358
Kiowa-Comanche (Indian) Agency, 447
Kiowa-Comanche (Indian) agent, 450
Kiowa-Comanche (Indian) reservation, 448
Kiplnizer, Monroe, 258-259, 261
Korn, Mrs. Frank J., 114
Korn, J. N., 114
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Labor, Houston, Mexican, 303
La Grary, Rev. Mr., 470
Landis, Rev. E. M., 459, 461-462
Lawson, Jim, 11
Lawyer, Nex Perce chief, 362
Leahy, Timothy John, 240
Leased District, 364, 447
Leavenworth Trail, 405
Ledbetter, W. A., 236-236
LeFlore, Campbell, Choctaw Indian, 477
Lemon, J. E., 372-373
Lewis, Simon, Choctaw Indian, 478
Lewis, Walter, 489
Lewis & Clark Expedition, 361, 370
Liguest, Pierre Laclede, 171-173, 175
Lincoln County, Okla., 391
Lincoln, Abraham, 104, 108-109
"Linebaugh, John Hickman," 492-493
Line Road, 294-296
Lipe, Maj. D. W., 252
Little Axe, Shawnee Indian, 91-92
Little Prince, Creek chief, 276
Little River, 26, 76n, 79, 80n, 83n
Little River, Sacred Heart Mission on, 7
Little Rock, Ark., 22
Little Warrior, of Wewocau, 274, 276
Little Washita Stage Stand, 449
Little Wolf, Northern Cheyenne chief, 17
Llwyd, Rev. Hugh J., rector, Episcopal church, 52, 473
Locust Grove, Okla., 102
London, University of, 489
Long, Miss Nellie, 468
Louisiana, state of, 264, 364, 470, 496
Lowery, George, Cherokee Indian, 178n, 407n
Lowrie, Walter, 406-409, 420
Lowry, George, 330-331
Love County, Okla., 495
Love, J. J., 398
Lovely's Court House, 458
Loyal Creek Indians, 60
Luce, John B., 75
Lukfata Chito (Big Lick) Church, 130
Luthy, Miss Luella W., 466
Lyon, Matthew, 47
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Mackay, Solomon, 477
Mackey, Alice Hurley, 55
Macon, Ga., 56
Mail stages, 74, 82
Malone, Mrs. Flora I., 489
Mangum, Okla., 154-155
Marble City, Okla., 124
Marble, Ind. Ty., 454, 467
Marcy, Capt. R. B., 74, 76n, 87, 149, 153, 156, 179n
Marfa, Tex., 214
Marshall, J. F., Creek Indian, 144
Martin, Charlie, 15
Martin, Geo. M., 203, 205
Martin, Rev. John, 67
Mason, Maj. R. B., 83n
Masonic Lodge in I. T., 442-443
Massachusetts, state of, 42, 118, 427
Mathes, Miss Rada, 464
Matthews, Miss Nellie, 460
Mathison, Mrs. Pearl, 124
Mauluke River, 31, 37-38
May, J. J., 189
Mayes County, Okla., 490
Mayes, George W., 490
Mayes, Samuel Houston, Cherokee Indian, 212
Maysville, Ark., 318, 320-321, 324, 339
McAlester, Okla., 375, 444n, 474, 476, 478, 480
McAlester, J. J., 398
McBride, Miss Emma, 461
McClain County, Okla., 76n, 85n
McClellan, Capt. Geo. B., 149, 368
McClendon, Mrs. Kate, 480
McClintic, James V., 489
McCurtain, Green, Choctaw chief, 476-477
McCurtain, J. F., Choctaw chief, 497
McDaniel, Chas., 198
McFerrin, John B., 70
McGillivray, Alexander, 265-266, 268
McIntosh, D. N., Creek Indian, 64
McIntosh, Roley, Creek Indian, 56-57
McIntosh, William, Creek Indian, 276
McKinney, Thompson, Choctaw chief, 295, 299
McKinney, William, Choctaw Indian, 295, 298-299
McMinn, Joseph, 72
McNair, Clement Vann, 178, 182-183, 191, 197, 203, 205, 208
McNair, David, 182n
McQueen, Peter, 277, 279, 285, 290
McSpadden, Joseph, 102
Medicine Lodge, Kan., 5-6, 7n, 14, 258
Medicine Lodge, Kan., peace council at, 5
Meigs, Return Jonathan, Cherokee Indian, 196, 200
Melrose, Rev. Thomas M., rector, St. James of Wagoner, 472
Mercer College, 56
Meserve, John B., 4, 125, 216, 227, 241, 432
Mexican War, 76n, 103, 105, 368
Mexico, country of, 25, 27, 30-31, 34-35, 37, 39, 145-146
Methodist church, 70, 242, 244, 294, 471, 492, 494, 496
Miami (Indians), 218
Miami, Okla., 374
Miashintvbbi, Judge, Choctaw Indian, 299
Micco, postoffice in Creek Nation, 79n
Micco, Hoboheilthle, Creek chief, 277
Michigan, state of, 111
Miles, John D., Indian agent, 259, 261-262
Military post, need of, 91
Military Road, 220, 294
Miller, Miss Annie R., teacher at Dwight Mission, 456
Miller, Miss Nellie, 462, 464
Missionaries, in Cherokee Nation, 42-51, 97
Missionaries, in Creek Nation, 55-65
Missionaries, in Seminole Nation, 57-58
"Missionary Ridge," 72
Mississippi River, 19, 55, 74
Mississippi, state of, 434-435, 437, 440
Mississippi, territory of, 281-282, 286
Missouri, state of, 134, 136
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railway, 74, 79n, 436, 448, 459
Missouri Pacific Railroad, 459
Mitanvbbi, Judge, Choctaw Indian, 131, 299
Mobile, Ala., 267, 269, 280-281
Modoc (Indians), 218
Mokine, Kiowa High Priest, 340
Moncrief, Sam, Chickasaw Indian, 450, 453
Montgomery, Miss C. H., teacher at Elm Spring Mission, 455-456, 461, 465
Moore, Mrs. N. B. (Ann Augusta Robertson), 113
Moore, Mrs. N. B., home of, 469
Montana, state of, 17-18
Moravians, 68-69, 100, 456n
Moravians, Record of the, by A. L. Fries, 67n
Moravians, Mission in Cherokee Nation, 220
Morgan, Gen. John Hunt ("Morgan the Raider"), 103, 105-108
Mormons, 198, 199n
Morrillton, Ark., 44n
Morrison, W. T., Sunday school missionary, 465, 467
Morton, Rev. Edwin C., Vicar. St. James of Wagoner, 472
Morton, Gov. Oliver Perry, 105
Moseley, Lafayette, Chickasaw Indian, 423
Moseley, Palmer S., Chickasaw chief, 441-442
Mountain Fork River, 296-297
Mountain View, Okla., 340
Mt. Zion, 100
Mt. Zion, Church, Choctaw Nation, 130-132, 297, 300
Muddy Boggy River, 65
Mulberry Creek, 45, 50
Murdock, Victor, 6, 7n
Murray, Tom, 12
Murray, Gov. William, 114, 402n
"Murrow, Father: Civil War Period," by Alice Hurley Mackey, 55-65
Muskogee, Okla., 3-4, 110, 118, 123, 125, 227, 236, 251-255, 398, 400, 458, 467, 471, 473
Muskogee Bar Association, 369
Muskogee Democrat, 117
Muskogee Historical Society, 123, 125
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Nanih Waya, Choctaw council house, 301
"Narrows, The," in Choctaw Nation, 295, 297
Nashoba, Okla., 297, 301
Nashoba County, Choctaw Nation, 130
Natchitoches, La., 147, 153, 434
Natiional Cemetery, fort Gibson, 3, 127
Nebraska, state of, 15, 360
Necrology, 117-119, 236-247, 372-376, 492-497
Needles, Thos. B., 110, 118
Neely, Richard, 70
Neighbors, Robt. S., 365
Nelson, William, 110
Neosho, Mo., 82, 91
Neosho (Indian) Agency, 490
Nevada, state of, 482
New Echota, Ga., 310
New Echota Treaty, 311, 321, 323-324, 338
New Hampshire, state of, 68, 70
New Mexico, state of, 81-82, 482
New Orleans, La., 172-173, 288
New York, state of, 458n
Nez Perces (Indians), 361
Nez Perce (Indians), 361
"Nez Perce and Ponca Indian School, Documents from the cornerstone of the," 359-363
Niblack, Leslie G., 398, 400-401
Nicholls, Lieut.-Col. Edward, 289, 291-293
Nicholson, Jackson, 323
Nokoni, Peta, Comanche chief, 164-167
North Carolina, state of, 67n, 68, 127, 266, 316, 402
"North Carolina, Historical Sketches of, from 1564 to 1851," 489
North Fork Town, Creek Nation, 56, 79, 496
Notes, 214-221, 366-368, 479-480
Nowata County, Okla., 182n
Nuntagoo (Indians), 27
Nuttall, Thomas, 128
Nuyaka, Mission, 467-468
Nye, Lieut. Wilbur S., 340
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Oak Creek Sun Dance, 340
Octavia, Okla., 131, 299
Ohio, state of, 52, 108-109, 374
Ohoyohoma Club, 474
Okay, Okla., 251
Oklahoma, state of, 4, 6, 42, 45, 52, 71, 75, 97, 103, 129, 140, 145, 154, 156-157, 237, 242, 264, 482
Oklahoma, admission of, 393-396
Oklahoma, Bar association of, 114
Oklahoma, Du Tisne's Expedition into, 446n
Oklahoma, Early Trails through, by Grant Foreman, 179n, 183
Oklahoma, Episcopal church in, 470
Oklahoma, first governor of, 383
Oklahoma, state of, Jim Crow law in, 399
Oklahoma, La Harpe's Expedition in, 446n
Oklahoma, military expedition to Southwestern, 367
Oklahoma, natural gas in, 397-398
Oklahoma Place Names, 366
Oklahoma, Prehistoric Cultures of, by Dr. Jos. B. Thoburn, 444n
Oklahoma, prehistoric mounds of, 487-488
Oklahoma, telephone in, 251-257
Oklahoma, University of, 264n, 444, 489
Oklahoma, white settlers in, 386
Oklahoma Central Railway, 436
Oklahoma City, Okla., 9, 215, 236, 387, 389-390, 394, 400, 472
Oklahoma County, Okla., 388
Oklahoma Historical Society, 6, 22, 126, 216
Oklahoma Historical Society, amendment to Constitution of, 115, 232
Oklahoma Historical Society, annual meeting of, 3, 123-129
Oklahoma Historical Society, books added to library of, 222-226, 483-485
Oklahoma Historical Society, minutes of annual meeting of, 227-235
Oklahoma Historical Society, minutes of meeting of Board of Directors of, 112-116, 369-371, 486-491
Oklahoma Historical Society, pictures in museum of, 367, 479-480
Oklahoma Territory, 140
Oklahoma Territory, first governor of, 383, 385, 387, 391-392
Oklahoma Territory, first legislature of, 387-388, 390
Oklahoma Territory, legislatures of, 384, 389
Oklahoma Territory, Organic Act for, 146, 383-384, 386-387, 390
Oklahoma Territory, schools in, 389
Okmulgee, Okla., 56, 125-126, 144, 227, 232, 467, 496
Oliver, Captain, 193, 196-197, 200, 203
Omaha, (Indians), school for, 417
Oo-chee-ah (the Worm), Cherokee Indian, 25-26, 29, 40
Oo-till-ka, head man of Echasi Indians, 28-30
Oregon Historical Society, 367
Orr, James, 42
Orr, W. R., 456
Osage (Indians), 42, 44n, 45, 218, 240, 489
Osage (Indians) Agency, 128, 219
Osage (Indians), subsistence of, 62
Osage (Indians), war party of, 182
Osage Mission, Kan., 240
Osage Captive, The Little, by Elias Cornelius, 71
Oshkosh, Trial of, 300n
Otoe (Indians), 218
Otoe (Indians), school for, 417
Overland Mail Company, 74, 179, 193n, 195n
Owen, Mrs. Narcissa, 470
Owen, Robert L., 398, 439
Owen, Thomas, 398
Ozark, Cherokee & Western Railroad, 462
Ozark and Cherokee Central Railroad, 467
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Pa-ha-u-ka, Comanche chief, 163
Panhandle, The, 7, 9
Paris, Tex., 478, 497
Parker, "Cynthia Ann," by Paul I. Wellman, 163-170
Parker, Judge Isaac C., 110
Parker, John, 168
Parker, Quanah, Comanche chief, 165, 167, 170
Parker's Fort, Tex., 163, 166
Park Hill, Okla., 3, 21-23, 26, 100, 255, 322, 458
Park Hill, printing office at, 22, 138
Parr, J. O., 4
Paschal, George W., 306, 316
Paul, Sam, 439
Paul, Smith, rancher, 448-449
Pauls Valley, Okla., 76n, 448, 452
Pawhuska, Okla., 240
Pawnee (Indians), 218
Pawnee Rock, in Kansas, 185
Pawpaw, Okla., 100
Payne, John Howard, 113, 128
Peace Treaties, 5
Pease, Gov. E. M., 150
Peery, Dan W., 383
Pennsylvania, state of, 117, 241, 407n
Peoria (Indians), 218
Perry, Rev. A. B., rector at St. James of Wagoner, 471
Perryman, Thomas Ward, Creek Indian, 467
Perryville, Choctaw Nation, 97, 425n
Pheasant Hill, 99-102
Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation, 439
Pierce, Bishop George F., 496
Pike, Albert, 60-61, 63
Pinckney, General, 285-286
Piney Creek, 45
Pinkerton, Paul P. 4
Pioneer Telephone & Telegraph Co., 255-256
Pitchlynn, P. P., Choctaw chief, 233
Platte River, 5, 17
Point Remove, 43-46
Polk, Leonidas, Bishop of Arkansas & Indian Territory, 470
Ponca (Indians), 218
Ponca (Indians) chiefs, 361
Ponca (Indians) school, 359
Ponca City, Okla., 359
Pontotoc County, Chickasaw Nation, 441
Pontotoc County, Okla., 444
Porter, Pleasant, Creek chief, 110
Post Oak, Okla., 170
Poteau River, 76
Pottawatomie (Indians), 218, 391
Pottawatomie County, Okla., 81n, 391
Potter, Rev. Mr., 323
Prairie Dog Town River, 145, 148-151, 153, 156, 160-161
Presbyterian Church, 46, 66, 67n, 69, 79n, 99-100, 102, 110, 124, 138, 298, 303, 406, 417, 420, 428n, 429-430, 449, 454-469
Presbyterian Church Gospel Wagon, 465, 467-469
Presbyterian Church Mission Press, 454
Princeton College, 66
"Prohibition, A Century of," by Grant Foreman, 133-141
Protestant Episcopal Church, 52, 54
Pryor, Nathaniel, 370
Pryor, Nathaniel, grave of, 490-491
Pryor, Okla., 491
Pueblo, Col., 188
Purcell, Okla., 83n, 452
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Quapaw (Indians) 218
Quapaw agency 374
Quapaw reserve 360
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Railroads, objection to 254
Rainy Mountain Creek 340
Rattling Gourd, Jackson, Cherokee Indian 24
Reace, J. M. 186
Red Bank Creek 77n
Red Clay 23
Red Fork Creek 7, 11, 15
Red River 7, 26-27, 41, 62, 64, 74, 145, 147-154, 156, 159-162, 364, 408n
"Red Stick War, The," by Arthur H. Hall 264-293
Rehoboth Baptist Association of Georgia 56
Renfrow, Gov. W. C. 384
Rueben, James Nez Perce Indian 359, 363
Revolutionary War 72, 265, 267, 269, 433-434
Revolutionary War, soldier of 4, 58, 127, 428
Richardson, Rev. William 67
Ridge, John 20-21, 306, 309, 314, 317-318, 322-323, 326, 328, 332, 334, 337-338
Ridge, John, Major 19-21, 305-306, 312, 317-318, 322-323, 326, 328, 332, 334, 337-338
Rio Grande River 5, 150
Robe, John M. 467
Robertson, Mrs. A. E. W. 455, 467n
Robertson, Miss Alice 113
Robertson, Rev. Evans P., Cherokee preacher 456
Robertson, Rev. W. E. 113
Rock Academy at Wapanucka 406
Rock, Mary 89
Rockefeller Foundation 489
Rocky Mountain Fur Co. 187n
Roebuck, Dave, Choctaw Indian 478
Rogers, Capt. John 219
Romig, A. F., missionary 456, 461-462, 465, 468
Roosevelt, Theodore 393
Ross, Allen 22, 24
Ross, John, Cherokee chief 20-23, 68, 113, 306-307, 309-310, 317-318, 322-324, 330-332, 334-338
Ross, Capt. Lawrence Sullivan 164, 166-168, 237
Ross, Lewis 26, 181n, 219
Ross, Quatie Martin, wife of John Ross 22-23
Ross, Robert Bruce 22
Ross, Robert D. 181n
Ross, William P. 25, 138
Ross, W. W. 22
Ross's Landing 22
Rosser, Judge Malcolm E. 77n
Rush Springs 364
Russia, country of 118-119
Russell, Wm. H. 150-151
Russellville, Ark. 42
Rutherford, Samuel, Seminole agent 60
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Sac (Indians), schools for 417
Sac & Fox (Indians) 218, 260, 391
Sacred Heart Mission 7
Salina, Okla. 180n, 219
Sallisaw Creek 42, 48n, 102, 454, 458
Sallisaw, Okla. 123, 459
Salt Fork River 11, 15
Salt Plains 15
Salt Works 123, 219
San Antonio, Tex. 32-33
San Bois Creek 74, 77n
San Cranto, Mex. 36-37
Sanders, Richard Baxter, first graduate of Dwight Mission 467
San Fernando, Mex. 41
Santa Fe, New Mex. 75n, 79n, 82, 91, 147-148, 162
Santa Fe, Railroad 452
Santa Fe, Trail 179, 184, 186, 188n
Sapulpa, Okla. 244
Satterwhite, A. R. 359-360
Scales, Nicholas, D. 70
Schaub, Rev. Frederick L. 454-458n, 460n, 462, 465, 468
Schaub, Mrs. F. L. 469n
Schermerhorn Treaty 324
Schneider, Martin 68
Schools, Cherokee 25, 68-69
Schweinitz, Frederick C. 68
Scott, Gen. Hugh L. 310-311, 341
Scott, John S. 253
Scullyville, Choctaw Nation 80
Seminole (Indians) 275-276, 291, 293, 466
Seminole (Indians), agency 60, 62-63
Seminole (Indians), missionaries among 57-59
Seminole (Indians), removal of 58-59
Seminole (Indians), subsistence of 62
Seminole (Indians), treaty 60
Seminole (Indians), War 58-59
Seneca (Indians) 218
Sequoyah 21, 138
Sequoyah, home of 3, 124, 129, 230
"Sequoyah's Last Days, The Story of 25-41
Sequoyah Presbyterian Church 455
Sequoyah Presbytery, churches of 463
Sequoyah Presbytery, at Okmulgee 467
Sequoyah Presbytery, at Wewoka 466
"Shackelford, Gen. James M.," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman 103-111
Shallabarger, Miss Maria, teacher at Wapanucka Academy 409
Shanklin, Maj. Henry 448
Shannon, Miss Daisy 470
Shannon, Mrs. George 470
Shawnee (Indians) 30, 45n, 76n, 89, 91, 271, 273, 274n, 276, 391
Shelby, Col. Evan 72
Shepherd, Mrs. Eliott F. 458n
Shiloh, battle of 105
Shoenfelt, J. Blair, U. S. Ind. Agent 441
Siloam Springs, Ark. 454, 458
Silver City, postoffice at 450
Simmons, S. G. 328, 337
Simpson, Dick 258-259, 261
Simpson, John F. 79n
Sioux (Indians) 186n, 359
Sioux (Indians), War 17
Skeen, Cicero A., Supt., Wapanucka Institute 402, 407
Skeen, Mrs. Cicero A. 403n
Skull (Horsehead) Creek, Cherokee settlements on 45-46, 50
Smallwood, David, Cherokee Indian 460, 465
Smallwood, Rev. Joseph 460n
Smithville, Okla. 296, 298
Sneed, Maj. Gen. Seaborn G. 314-315
Snow Mountains 147
Snyder, J. H. 406n
Snyder, Okla. 364
Sons of American Revolution 72
Sons of American Revolution, annual meeting of 4
Soule, Bishop Joshua 70
South Carolina, state of 67, 139, 413
Southwest, The Greater, by Rupert Norval Richardson and Carl Coke Rister 481-482
Sparde Bluff 47
Sparde Creek, Cherokee settlements on 45-48, 50
Spain, country of 145-148, 152-153, 158-159, 264-265, 270, 275, 281, 290, 293
Sparrow, Charles 406
Spencer Academy 407n
Spiro, Okla. 77n, 470
Spring, James 315
Springplace, Ga. 69
Spring Station, Choctaw Nation 301
Springston, Anderson 324
Springston, Isaac 323-324
Stage Road 123
Stage Stands 301, 448
Staked Plains 163
Stamford University, Ky. 103
Standard Oil Co. 397
Standing Bear, Ponca Indian 360
Standing Bowles, Cherokee Indian 41
Standing Rock, Cherokee Indian 36, 41
Standley, James H., Choctaw Indian 477
Stand Watie 20, 22, 64, 97, 181n
Stand Watie, home of 3
Stand Watie, "The Trial of" 305-339
Stapler, J. B. 253, 255
Stapler, J. S. 253
Stapler, Mrs. John W. 252
Stapler, J. W. & Sons 255
Steele, George W. 383-392
Steen's Buttes 89
Steiner, Abraham 68-69
Stigler, Okla. 77n
Still, Thomas 455
Stillwell, "Jack," scout 10
Stilwell, Okla. 102, 124, 177, 180n, 460-461
"St. James of Wagoner," by Miss Daisy Shannon 470-473
St. Louis, Mo. 172-173, 220
St. Louis, Historical Society 175
St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad 253, 467
Stokes, Montfort 4, 83n, 127, 230
Stonewall, Chickasaw Nation 425, 434, 436, 440
St. Stephens, factory at 267
Stringfield, Miss A. M. 461
Sturm, Dr. J. J. 451
Sugar Tree Valley 89, 91
Supply, Okla. 480
"Survey of a Wagon Road from Fort Smith to the Colorado River" 74-96
Swink, Okla. 496
Switzerland, country of 262
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Tahlequah, Okla., 3, 20-21, 23-24, 97, 102, 124, 137, 139, 180, 220, 251-256, 462, 496
Tahlequah Institute, 458
Ta-kau-to-caugh's village 44
Takatoka, Cherokee war chief, 44n, 326
Tallahassee Mission, 113, 407n
Tatum, Laurie, U. S. Ind. Agt. 450
Ta-wok-o-nee Jim, Wichita chief, 160
Taylor, Gov. Alfred, 5
Taylor, Sarah Knox, 128
Taylor, Thomas Fox, Cherokee Indian, 179, 181, 185-186, 191, 193, 196, 205, 208-210
Taylor, Zachary, 128, 306
Tecumseh, Shawnee chief, 272-274, 276
Telephone, in Oklahoma, 251-257
Telle, Alinton, Choctaw Indian, 478, 493
"Temperance meetings among the Choctaws," by Peter J. Hudson, 130-132
Temperance among the Cherokees, 137
Tennessee, state of, 22, 66n, 68-69, 72, 97, 103, 105, 109, 136, 178n, 181n, 200n, 274-276, 281-284, 286-287, 305, 313, 315
Tennessee, state of, governor of, 5
Tennessee, state of, Historical Magazine, 67n
Tennessee river, 19
Tennessee Country, Early Travels in the, by Williams, 68n
Tenskwatawa, Shawnee Prophet, 272
Tewockenee (Indians), 31-32
Texas, state of, 7, 41, 64-65, 76n, 82n, 127, 134-135, 140, 145-156, 158-160, 162, 163, 170, 220, 236, 246, 261, 364, 366, 442, 448, 482
Texas cattle trail, 449
Texas, Cherokee Indians driven out of, 448
Texas Rangers, 164, 166-168
Texas Road, 123, 128, 219, 405
Texas, War of Independence, 145
Thoburn, Dr. Jos. B., 444
Thomas, Dr. Alfred B., 264n
Thomas, Maj. G. H., 365
Thomas, Dr. J. L., 425
Thompson, Ben, 366
Thompson, Miss F. R., teacher at Wapanucka Academy, 409, 412
Thompson, Rev. James K., 467
Thompson, William P., 255
Thornton, Frank, 8
Three Forks, The, 3, 128, 219, 230
Thurston, Theodore Payne, Missionary Bishop of Oklahoma, 472
Tiana, Cherokee wife of Sam Houston, 127
Tillman County, Okla., 368
Timber, 82, 84-85, 90, 92
Timberlake, Lieut. Henry, 67
Tishomingo, Okla., 435-436, 439, 441
Tobucksy County, Choctaw Nation, court house of, 474, 476-477
Tonkawa (Indians), 218
Tour on the Prairies, by Washington Irving, 128, 215, 219
"Trading Post at the Crossing of the Chickasaw Trails," by Dr. Anna Lewis, 447-453
Treaty, with Indians, 5, 19, 133
Treaty, with Cherokees, 19
Treaty, Choctaw-Chickasaw of 1837, 405, 434
Treaty of 1801 with Choctaws, 135
Treaty with Nez Perce Indians, 362
Treaty of Ghent, 291
Treaty of New York (1790), 265-266
Treaty with Spain, 158
Treaty of 1855, 405
Treaty of 1866, 254
Treaty of Seminole and Creek Indians, 58
Treaty of 1819, 147-148, 153
True, Miss MaBelle, 457
Tuckabatchee, Creek council at, 273
Tudor, Rev. Henry, rector of St. James of Wagoner, 471
Tulsa, Okla., 4, 242-243, 376
Tulsa, The Beginning of, by J. M. Hall, 370
"Turkey Creek, The Murder on," 258-263
Turner, C. W., 253, 255
Turner, Prof. Frederick Jackson, 481
Turtle Fields, Cherokee preacher, 70
Tushkahoma, Okla., 112, 299, 302
Tustunnuggee, Tuskegee, Creek chief, 271n, 276n
"Twenty-seven Years a State," 393-401
Twin Territories, 458
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Ultima Thule, Ark. 130, 294-295
Union Agency 251-252
Union Agency, laying of cornerstone of 113
Union Mission 219-221, 454
United States 5, 148-149, 153-156
United States, factory 47
United States Court, at Muskogee 241
United States Court, first in Oklahoma 126, 233, 369
United States Court, in Indian Territory 375
Utah, state of 464, 482
Ute (Indians) 340
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Van Buren, Ark. 75n, 306, 470
Van Dorn, Maj. Earl 82, 364
Verden, Okla. 365, 450
Verdigris River 56, 128, 179n, 219
Vermont, state of 42, 48n
Vinita, Okla. 99-100, 102, 376, 496
Virginia, state of 66-67, 244, 432-434
Vogler, Miles, Moravian missionary 220
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Waco (Indians) 27, 367
Waco (Indians), old-village 29
Wade, Alfred, Choctaw chief, 298
Wade County, Choctaw Nation, 132
Wagoner, Okla., 251
Wagoner, St. James of, 470-473
Walden, Asa E., 494-495
Walker, David, 314, 338
Walker, Mrs. Edith, 127-128
Walker, Jack, 313, 324
Walker, Col. Tandy, 435
Walrond, Z. T., 110, 369
Wannamaker, Richard, 258-262
"Wapanucka Academy, Chickcasaw Nation," by Muriel H. Wright, 402-431
War of 1812, 264, 271, 275, 296, 370
Ward, Nancy, (The Ghigau), Cherokee woman, 181n
Ward, William, Choctaw Indian, 301
Warfare, Indian, 5
Warfare, between Cherokee and Osage Indians, 42, 44n, 45
Warren's Trading House, 41, 368
Washburn, Rev. Cephas, 42-43, 51, 71, 323
Washburn, Susanna, (Mrs. A. Finney), 48n
Washington County, Okla., 397
Washita River, 27, 62, 87, 89-90, 93, 449, 453
Watch Justice, Cherokee Indian, 41
Watie, David, Cherokee Indian, 312
Watie, John, Cherokee Indian, 318
Watson, Daniel G., 41
Watson, Jonas, Choctaw Indian, 131
Weatherford, Okla., 89n
Weatherford, William, 273, 277, 280, 283, 285
Weaver, J. F., 113
Webber, Walter, Cherokee Indian, 44n, 123, 178n
Webbers Falls, Okla., 3, 123, 178n
Weeks, Dr. B. D., 125, 128, 227
Welling, Okla., 454n, 445, 458
West, Miss Arabella, 470
Westbrooke, Mrs. Harriette Johnson, 126, 171, 227
Westville, Okla., 455
West Virginia, state of, 375
Wewoka, Okla., 62, 466
Wheelock, John, 68
Wheelock, Lieut., 367-368
Wheelock Mission School, 300
Whipple, Lieut. A. W., 74, 93-95
Whiteman, William H., Ponca Indian Agent, 360
Whiting, Col. William, Ponca Indian Agent, 360
White intruders, in Indian Territory, 437
White River, 43
White settlers, 5, 19, 63, 135, 140
White settlers, in Cherokee Nation, 42, 46-47
White settlers, in Choctaw Nation, 233
White settlers, in old Creek Nation, 269-270, 275
White settlers, in Greer County, 146
Wichita (Indians), 27-29, 82n, 83n, 145, 153, 218, 364-365, 367-368
Wichita (Indians) Agency, 447-449
Wichita (Indians) chief, 160
Wichita (Indians) village, 27, 82n
"Wichita Agency, Seventy-fifth Anniversary of," by C. Ross Hume, 364-365
Wichita Mountains, 89, 153, 340, 368
Wichita, Kan., 6
Wichita Eagle, 6, 7n
Wickmiller, Dr. C. P., 489
Wilburton, Okla., 299
Wild game, 27, 34, 45n, 76n, 78, 81, 83n, 84-85, 87-93, 96, 99
Wild Hog, Northern Cheyenne chief, 10-11, 17
Wild Indians, 5, 32
Williams, Rev. Alexander S., Choctaw Indian, 294
Williams, Rev. Harry Cummings, 467
Williams, Gen. J. S., 109
Williams, Dr. Mason Fitch, 467
Williams, Morris, Choctaw Indian, 294
Williams, Robert L., 4, 123, 125, 144, 227, 497
Williams, Samuel C., 66
Williams, Solomon, Choctaw Indian, 294
Williams, Sylvester, Choctaw Indian, 294
Williams Highway, 297
Williams, Sam, Mountain, 130, 298
Willis, Levi, 455
Willis, Simon P., Choctaw Indian, 294
Wilson, Alfred M., 313, 337-338
Wilson, Charles H., 413, 420-421
Wilson's Rock, Cherokee Nation, 127
Winchester Mountain, 78
Witten, Dr. E. W., 389
Wolf, Jonas, 440
Wolfe, John H., 184, 185n, 188
Wolfe, Richard, 185n
Woodford, Okla., 246
Woods, Rev. Ben, 298
Woodward, Okla., 398
Woodward, Tom, 157
Worcester, Dr. S. A., 21, 56, 69, 71, 113, 125, 137-138, 308, 322, 467n
Worcester, Dr. S. A., home of, 22
Wright, Rev. Allen, Choctaw chief, 303
Wright, Muriel H., 180
Wyandotte (Indians), 218, 489
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Yale College 42, 454
Yeaman, Geo. H. 104
Yellowstone River 17
Young Bear, Arapaho Chief 126


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