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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 15
1937
INDEX

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Academies and Schools of the Chickasaw Nation, 415-448
Adair, John and Edward, 56
Adair, John and Edward, some descendants of, 57
Adair's History of the American Indian, 81n
Alberson, Thomas, 160
Albertson, David, 145
American Baptist Board of Foreign Missions, 451
"Archaeology, Notes on," by Joseph B. Thoburn, 109-115
Armoreite, The, 491
Arkansas Cherokees, 253-256
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Balyeat, Frank A., 191
Bancroft, George, 396
Baptist Missionaries, 450
Barbour, James, 34
Barefoot, Bert B., 500
Bates, Christine Folsom, 366-367
Benedict, Rev. W. S., 159
Benge, George, 61
"Bloomfield Academy and Its Founder," 419n
Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 102n
Bond, Rev. Alvan, 149, 160
Bond, Janet, 392
Bond, Mrs. James H., 394n
Bond, Reford, 375n
Book Reviews: (Death on the Prairie, Wellman), (Military Posts and Camps, Morrison), 116-118
Book Reviews: (Anthology of Evolution, Grimes), (Anthology of Poetry by Oklahoma Writers, Conner), (Check List in the Edward E. Ayer Collection, Butler), 242-244
Book Reviews: (Oklahoma Imprints, 1835-1907: A History of Printing before Statehood, Foreman), 344-345
Book Reviews: (The 101 Ranch, Collings and England) 345-347
Book Reviews: (Pratt: The Red Man's Moses, Eastman), 347-350
Book Reviews: (State Control of Local Finance in Oklahoma, Carr), 350-352
Book Reviews: (History of Methodism in Oklahoma: Story of the Indian Mission Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Babcock & Bryce), 352-353
Book Reviews: (Tepee Trails: Putting the Indian's Feet in the Jesus Road, Phelps), 353-354
Book Reviews: (Southern Trails to California in 1849, Bieber), 483-484
Book Reviews: (Dawn of the Tennessee Valley and Tennessee History, Williams), 484-486
Book Reviews: (A Continent Lost—A Civilization Won, Kinney), 486-489
Book Reviews: (A Survey of Research Materials in Oklahoma Libraries, Icko Iben), 489-490
Book Reviews: (Red Cloud's Folk, Hyde), 490-491
Boomers, 294
Boone, Daniel, 8
Boudinot, Elias, 147
"Boundary of Oklahoma, The Northern," by J. Stanley Clark, 271-290
Braddock, General, 5-6
Branner, Dr. J. C., 328, 339
"Brantley, Rev. Erskine, D. D.," by R. L. Williams, 131-138
Brown, John Mason, 11
Brown, John C., 131
Brown, Eliza (Brantly), 131
Brown, Neil S., 131
Brown, J. P., 450n
Bryce, John Young, 362-363
Buffington, Thomas M., 61, 267n
Burlingame, Henry D., 145
Bushyhead, Chief D. W., 43n, 60, 293
Bushyhead, Jesse, 450, 453-462
Byrd, William L., 385, 426
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Caddoan Tribes, 112-115
Caldwell's Sketches of the Bench and Bar of Tennessee, 131n
Calhoun, John C., 31
Carr, Susan J., 419n
Carroll, L. F., diary of, 66
Carter, Charles D., 375n, 394
Catawba Warriors, 6
Cattle business, 57-59, 466-476
Chapman, Berlin B., 49, 205, 291
Cherokee Advocate, 23
Cherokee Commission, 295
Cherokee Messenger, 450n
Cherokee Seminaries Students Association, 477n
Cherokee Country, boundaries of, 38
Cherokee Country, northern boundary of, 279
Cherokee (Indians), 3-20, 21-29, 30-49, 56-65, 205-225
Cherokee (Indians), Arkansas, 253-256
Cherokee (Indians), "Early Missionaries to the," by E. C. Routh, 449-465
Cherokee (Indians), Eastern, 38, 40, 49
Cherokee (Indians), Emperor of the, 4n
Cherokee (Indians), "How They Acquired the Outlet," by Berlin B. Chapman, 30-49, 205-225, 291-321
Cherokee (Indians), "Myths of the," James Mooney, 253n
Cherokee (Indians), Texas, 256-258
Cherokee (Indians), The North Carolina, 258-260
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty with the, 31, 34
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of 1866, 205, 282
Cherokee (Indians), Western, 34
Cherokee Nation, Assistant Chiefs of, 269n, 270n
Cherokee Nation, Civil War in, 24-25
Cherokee Nation, in Indian Territory, 261-270
Cherokee Nation, lands, appraisal of, 208-225
Cherokee Nation, newspapers published in, 27, 59
Cherokee Nation, "Principal Chiefs of the," by Gaston L. Litton, 253-270
"Cherokee Outlet, How Acquired and Disposed of," by Berlin B. Chapman, 30-49, 205-225, 291-321
Cherokee Strip Livestock Association, 294
Chickasaw District, Academies and Schools of, 415-448
Chickasaw District, Counties of, 415
"Chickasaws, Education of the, 1856-1907," by Caroline Davis, 415-448
Chickasaw (Indians), 71, 77, 79, 373-386, 392-414
Chickasaw (Indians), Academy, 143
Chickasaw (Indians), and Choctaw hunters, 388
Chickasaw (Indians), delegation, 163
Chickasaw (Indians), "Education among the," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 139-165
Chickasaw (Indians), "Education of the," by Caroline Davis, 415-448
Chickasaw (Indians), first governor of the, 375
Chickasaw (Indians), hunting implements of, 404-405
Chickasaw (Indians), legislature, 384
Chickasaw (Indians), means of livelihood among the, 400-403, 406
Chickasaw (Indians), Nation, 144, 373
Chickasaw (Indians), removal to the West, 380
"Chickasaw Migration, Centennial of the," by Joseph B. Thoburn, 387-391
"Chickasaw Nation, The Aboriginal," by Janet Bond, 392-414
Chickasha Daily Express, 491
"Chiefs of the Cherokee Nation, The Principal," by Gaston L. Litton, 253-270
Chippewa (Indians), 340
Choctaw Academy, 140
Choctaw (Indians), 70, 73, 75, 79, 97, 374, 417, 463
Choctaw (Indians), Chickasaw Constitution, 374n, 388
Choctaw (Indians), country, 63
Church, Methodist, 22, 64
Church, (Episcopal South), 141
Church, Amohee, 452
Church, Episcopal, 462
Church, First, 133
Church, Olivet, 132
Church, Presbyterian, 29
Church, (Cumberland), 139
Church, Tinsawattie, 452, 461
Church, Zion, 132
Civil Appropriation Act of July 31, 1876, 208
Clark, J. Stanley, 271
Cleveland American, 491
Clinton News, 491
Cogswell, Dr. William H., 144
Colbert, Samuel, 145
Colbert, Holmes, 150, 156n
Colbert, H., 420n
Colbert, Logan, 375
Colbert, Major William, 376
Colbert, Mollie, 377
Colbert, Daugherty (Winchester), 381
Colbert Institute, 425
College, Austin, 132
College, Delaware, 142
College, Illinois, 132
College, Oklahoma Presbyterian, 134
College, Southwestern Presbyterian, 132
College, Stewart, 132
Comanche (Indians), 226, 466, 473-475
Creek (Indians), 35-37, 71-101, 166-184
Cromwell, Edith, 3
Cruce, Lee, 375n
Cumberland Gap, 8
Curtis Act, 63
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Darlington, William M., 4n
Davis, Caroline, 415
Dawes, Henry L., 293
Dawes Commission, 63, 179
De Soto, 71-72, 396-397
De Soto, Hernando, 398, 407-414
"Diary of an Eighty-Niner," 66-69
Dinwiddie, Governor, 4-5
Dinwiddie Papers, 7
Downing, (Rev.) Lewis, 26, 205n
Drennen, Col. John, 157
"Durgan, Millie," by George Hunt, 480-482
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"Early Missionaries to the Cherokees," by E. C. Routh, 449-465
Earle, Joe, 55n
Eaton, John H., 38
"Education among the Chickasaw Indians," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 139-165
"Education of White Children in the Indian Territory," by Frank A. Balyeat, 191-197
"Education of the Chickasaws, 1856-1907," by Caroline Davis, 415-448
El Reno American, 491
Elvas, 397n, 412n
Ervin, Christopher Columbus, 369
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Fairchild, Gen. Lucius, 298, 303, 304n, 306ff
Feathersonbaugh, George W., 338
"Five Civilized Tribes, Early Life among the," by Edward Davis, 70-101, 390, 438
Florida, state of, 396
Forbes, General, 7-8
Forbes, Gerald, 108
Foreman, Grant, 24n, 30n, 37n, 58n, 118, 139n, 140n, 166n, 168n, 253n, 449n, 454n, 484, 486
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, 119, 139
Fort Arbuckle, 68n
Fort Belknap, 226
Fort Duquesne, 8
Fort Leavenworth, 274
Fort Robinson, 9
Foster, Miss Charlotte E., 132
Fowke, Gerard, 340
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Gains, T., 154
Gains, Tecumseh, 160
Gardner, James H., 242
"Gist (or Guest), Nathaniel, the Father of Sequoyah," by Samuel C. Williams, 3-20
Glen, Governor, 5
Goodpasture, Albert V., 8-9
"Gordon, Judge James H.," by Preston C. West, 198-204
Gordon, Judge James H., Resolutions of Respect for, 238-241
"Governor Cyrus Harris," by John Bartlett Meserve, 373-386
Grant, Ludovick, 5
Green Corn Dance, 83
Green Peach War, 170
Greenwood, Jefferson, 145, 147
Gunn, James G., 377n
Gunn, Mollie, 378n
Guy, Mr. & Mrs. William R., 378n, 385
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Harris, Com. C. A., 42
"Harris, Governor Cyrus," by John Bartlett Meserve, 373-386
Harrison, Pres. Benjamin, 67n
Harrison, Ben, 375n
Hartranft, Gen. John E., 298
Hastings, W. W., An Address by, 477-479
Hayes, Pres. R. B., 211
Henshaw, George A., 503
Hinshaw, Elihu B., 427
History of Southwest Virginia, 8
Hodge, Frederick Webb, 70n, 75n, 76n
Howell, William, 151
Hunt, George, 50n, 480
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Indians, Delaware, 27
Indians, Osage, 30, 32, 39
Indians, Quapaw, 32, 39
Indians, Seneca and Shawnee, 39
Indians, Kiowa, 50-55, 205-225, 466, 480-482
Indians, Cherokee, 21-29, 30-49, 56-65, 70-101, 205-225, 253-270, 291-321, 323, 449-465
Indians, Sac & Fox, 67n
Indians, Kickapoo, 67n
Indians, Chickasaw, 71, 374-386, 387-391, 392-414, 415-448
Indians, Five Civilized Tribes of, 70-101
Indians, Muskogean tribe of, 73-75
Indians, feasts and celebrations of the, 82-85
Indians, abode of early, 85-87
Indians, "The Origin of the Seminole," by Gerald Forbes, 102-108
Indians, Mounds, 112
Indians, "Education among the Chickasaw," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 139-165
Indians, Cheyenne and Arapahoe, 205-225, 296-297
Indians, "Education of Chickasaw," by Caroline Davis, 415-448
Indians, Natchez, 323
Indians, Arikara and Mandan, 338
Indians, Sioux, Chippewa, 340
Indians, Choctaw, 70, 73, 75, 79, 97, 374, 417, 463
Indians, Mauvillian, 397n
Indians, Comanche, 226, 466, 473-475
Indians, of America, 477
Indian, Journal, Chieftain, Arrow, 27n
Indian, Champion, 375n
Indian, "Raid into Texas" 50-55
Indian, Appropriation Act of March 2, 1889, 291
"Indian Territory, Education of White Children in the," by Frank A. Balyeat, 191-197
Isparhecker, 169
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Johnston, Lieut. Col. Joseph E., 274
Johnston, Gov. Douglas H., 375n, 391, 419, 427
Jones, James K., 294n
Jones, Evan, 450, 453-455, 459-463
Jones, John B., 456-464
James the Pretender, 375
James, G. D., 419
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Kiowa (Indians), 50-55, 473, 480-482
Kappler, Charles J., 166n, 374n
Keaton, J. R., 185
Kansas-Nebraska Act, 273-274
Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, 449
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La Harpe, Sieur Bernard de, 389
Langley, J. Howard, 359-361
Leader, Otis, 375n
Lewis, W. C., 375n
Lincecum, 395
Lindquist, G. E. E., 489
Lindsey, Lilah D., 168
Litton, Gaston L., 253, 490
Lockett, Col. S. H., 326
Long, Maj. Stephen H., 324
Long Island, 8-9
Louisiana Purchase, 387
Love, Robert, 150, 157
Lovely, Maj. William L., 30
Lowry, Major, 10
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Major, J. J., 286
Mangum Star, 491
Mauvilla Town, 397
"Mayes, The," by John Bartlett Meserve, 56-65
Mayes, Chief Joel B., 46n, 292, 298-321
Mayes, Chief Joel B., enlistment during Civil War, 58
Mayes County, 57
Mayes, Wiley, 57
Mayes, Samuel Houston, 62, 249
Medill, Hon. W., Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 149
Meserve, John Bartlett, 29, 65, 125, 166, 168n, 173n, 273
Methodist Church, 22-23, 64
Mill Creek, 379
"Millie Drgan," by George Hunt, 480-482
Mission, Monroe Presbyterian, 379
Missionaries, 139, 449-465
Missionaries, Baptist, 481
Mississippi, naming of, 394
Mississippi Historical Society, 377n
Moffitt, James W., 69, 118, 244, 353, 491
Monroe, President, 31
Monroe, James, 139
Mooney, James, 72n
Moore, Governor, 102
Moore, Jessie E., 375n
Moore, Charles L., 502-503
Morton, Mrs. Mary Cary (Cratz), 11
Morton, Ohland, 77n
"Mounds of Oklahoma and Adjacent States, The Origin of the 'Natural'," by Joseph B. Thoburn, 322-343
Murray, William H., 375n
Murray, Dr. & Mrs. H. F., 426
Muskogean Tribes, 73, 108
-Mc-
McCalla, F., 150
McCoy, Isaac M., 42, 325
McCoy, Dr. Rice, 325
McGee, Malcolm, 378
McIntosh, Chief William, 166
McIntosh, Roley and Chilli, 167
McIntosh, John Mohr, 375
McKinney, Thos. L., 34n
-N-
"Nathaniel Gist: The Father of Sequoyah," by Samuel C. Williams, 3-20
National Council, 23, 26
New Echota, treaty at, 42, 452, 454
Newspapers, Review of, 491-492
Newspapers, published in Cherokee Nation, 27
Noble, Secy. John W., 41n, 294
Norman, Cyrus Alexander, 368
Nott, Eliphalet, 144
Nuttall, Thomas, 323
Nye, Capt. W. S., 55, 117, 226
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O'Beirne, H. F., 156n, 157n, 375n
O'Beirne, H. F. and E. S., 168n
Oklahoma Historical Society, history contest sponsored by, 120
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of the January, 1937, meeting of Board of Directors of," 121-124
Oklahoma Historical Society, Program of annual meeting of, 126-127
Oklahoma Historical Society, Report of Annual Meeting of, 245-248
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of the July, 1937, meeting of the Board of Directors," 355-358
Oklahoma Historical Society, Documents of Indian Archives of, 420n
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of the October, 1937, meeting of the Board of Directors," 493-497
Oklahoma Imprints, by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 344-345
Oklahoma Territory, 35, 61
Oklahoma Panhandle, 47
Oklahoma Archaeological Association, 119
Oklahoma, mounds of, 322-343, 387
Oklahoma, "The Northern Boundary of," by J. Stanley Clark, 271-290
Oklahoma, "Some Experiences of C. H. Rienhardt in Early," by Mildred Milam Viles, 466-476
Olmstead, Capt. George T., 419
Osage Nation, 30
"Outlet, How the Cherokees Acquired and Disposed of the," by Berlin B. Chapman, 30-49, 205-225, 291-321
Owen, Sen. Robert L., 188, 426
Owen, David Dale, 326
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Parker, E. S., 49
Pauls Valley, National School, 442
Paxson, Prof. F. L., 291n
Payne, John Howard, 10, 83
Pearis, Richard, 4-5
Peery, Dan W., 119
Peery, James, Chickasaw youth, 140
"Perrymans, The," by John Bartlett meserve, 166-184
Perryman, Benjamin, 166
Perryman, Samuel, Columbus, and Moses, 167
Perryman, James, 168
Perryman, Lewis, Legus (Leguest) C., Henry, Lydia, and Mary, 168
Perryman, Joseph Moses, 168, 169-171
Perryman, George B., 182
Perryman, Josiah C., 186
Phelan, Camille, 243
Pilling, James C., 168n
Piomingo, Chief, 377, 396
Plainsfield Academy, 143-144
Platt, Orville H., 293
Presbyterian Mission School, 23, 379
Purcell Register, 491
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Reed, Franklin H., 364-365
Reservation, Iowa, 67n
Ridge, John, 40, 147
"Rienhardt, C. H., Some Early Oklahoma Experiences of," by Mildred Milam Viles, 466-476
Ringland, Rev. Evan Bernard, 501
Robinson, Rev. J. C., 143
"Ross, Chief William Potter," by John Bartlett Meserve, 21-29
Ross, Chief John, 21-22, 25-26, 40, 261, 391
Ross, John Golden, 21
Ross, Mary Jane, 28
Ross, Lawrence S. "Sul," 226
Routh, E. C., 449
Royce, C. C., 31n
Rush Springs, 227
Rye, William B., 397n
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Saline, or Salt Plains, 37
San Augustine, 102-103, 106
Schools, 191-197, 382
Schools, of Chickasaw Nation, 415-448
Schools, cost of maintenance of, 417, 433
Seaman, John Dillon, 125
"Seminole Indians, The Origin of the," by Gerald Forbes, 102-108
"Sequoyah, Nathaniel Gist: The Father of," by Samuel C. Williams, 3-20
Sequoyah, birth of, 9
Shackleford, Judge James M., 61
Spain, Country of, 102, 106
Speed, Horace, 304
Stand Watie, 264
Starr, Emmet, 57n, 254n, 264n
Stuart, Judge Charles B., 185-190
Stuart, Judge Charles B., Resolutions of Respect for, 228-237
Stuart, Dr. C. T., 379
Swanton, John R., 73n, 78n, 82n, 103n
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Taylor, Nathaniel G., 47
Telephone, The, 300, 305-306
Tennessee, Rutherford County, 132
Tennessee, state of, 396, 426
Tennessee, Sketches of the Bench and Bar of, Caldwell, 131n
Tennesseans, Sketches of Prominent, Speer, 131n
Territory, Oklahoma, 35, 61
Territory, Indian, 61
"Texas, An Indian Raid into," by Cptain W. S. Nye, 50-55
Thoburn, Joseph B., 115, 322, 387, 492
Thomas, Dr. Alfred B., 102
Tishomingo, 144
Train, Warren Wagon, 50
Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, 374
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United States Court, 61
Upshaw, A. M. M., Agent for Chickasaws, 150
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Van Dorn, Capt. Earl, 226
Veatch, A. C., 328
Viles, Mildred Milam, 466
-W-
Walker, Robert Sparks, 449
"Wapanucka Academy," 444
War, Civil, 173, 416-417
War, Green Peach, 170
War, of Jenkins' Ear, 107
War, Queen Anne's, 102
Wardell, M. L., 347, 352
Warfare, (Indian), 226-227, 404-405
Washington, Letters of, 6n
Waters, Mike, 10
Watts, John, 11
Welch, Judge Earl, 375n
West, Preston C., 198
White captive, Millie Durgan, 480-482
White, Phoebe Ann, 118
White, S. M., 428
"Wichita Village, The Battle of," by Captain W. S. Nye, 226-227
Wild game, 72, 401
Williams, Samuel C., 20
Williams, R. L., 131, 187
Williamson, Blair & Company, 300-301
Wilson, James P., 150, 159
Wilson, Alfred M., 298
Wilson, Robert H., 498-500
Wisconsin Historical Society, 298n
Worcester, Dr. Samuel, 22
Wright, Allen, 157
Wright, Muriel H., 350
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Young, Capt. Frederick, 419


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