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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 16
1938
INDEX

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Abbott, Judge Warren D., 94
Abert, Lieut. John J., 112-113
Adair, John L., 39n
Adams, John Quincy, 63
"Address, An," By Judge Thos. H. Doyle, 52-57
Ainsworth, Thomas D., 237
Alabama, State of, 31
Aldridge, Samuel, 171
Algonquin, 110-111
Allen, J. K., and Augustus C., 199
American Aborigines, 100
American Indians, 103, 109
American archaeology, 115
American Revolution, 24
"Anadarko, Historic Sites around," by C. Ross Hume, 410-424
Anthony, Major Scott J., 455 ff
Archaeological study of Mound-Builder Cultures, 97-117
Arkansas, state of, 59-61, 63, 65-66, 90, 94, 117
Arkansas, Federal Court, 92
Armstrong, Maj. F. W., 234
Arthur, Dora Fowler, 207n
Athapascan, 113-114
Atkins, Commissioner, 46
Atta-culla-culla (The Little Carpenter), 5, 7-8, 10-22
Audubon, John J., 204
Austin, Stephen and Moses, 79
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Bacone University, 317
Beaver (Okla.), 190
Bell, J. M., 45
Bell, Sen. L. B., 136-137
Belt, Acting Commissioner, 47-48, 51
Bennington Station, 175
Bienville, French explorer, 61, 467-478
Black Kettle, 452-453, 458
Blount, William, 25, 28
Book Reviews: (Washington Irving on the Prairie, Ellsworth,) 118-119
Book Reviews: (Adventure on Red River—Marcy, Foreman), 119-120
Book Reviews: (Trumpets Calling, Aydelotte), 120-123
Book Reviews: (Carbine and Lance, the Story of Old Fort Sill, Nye), 123-124
Book Reviews: (A Political History of the Cherokee Nation, Wardell), 378-379
Book Reviews: (A History of Historical Writings, Barnes), 380-382
Book Reviews: (Old Frontiers, The Story of the Cherokee Indians from Earliest Times to the Date of their Removal to the West, 1838, Brown), 493-495
Book Reviews: (Geronimo's Story of His Life, Barrett), 495-497
Botalye (Kiowa Indian), 241
Boudinot, Elias, 33, 152n, 155
Boundary Dispute, Okla-Texas, 86-87
Bowie, James, 79
Brainerd Mission, 32
Breckenridge, Maurice A., 96
Brewer, Judge David J., 45
Brinton, Dan'l G., 111n
Brown, John P., 35n
Brown, Loren N., 425, 443n
Bryan, J. M., 46
Bryce, Rev. J. Y., 237
Burnet, David G., 198
"Burney, Governor Benjamin Crooks," by John B. Meserve, 221-233
Bushyhead, D. W., 39n, 315, 320
Bushyhead, Jesse, 148n, 315-325
Butler, Rev. Marcus Lafayette (necrology), 261-265
Butterfield Overland Mail, 238
Butterworth, Judge Chas. W., 95
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Caddo County (Okla.), historic sites in, 410-412
Caldwell, Norman W., 492n
Calhoun, John C., 66
Camp Phoenix, 71
Campbell, Judge Ralph E., 95
Campbell, Joshua Buchanan (necrology), 271-272
Canadians, the, 468, 472, 475, 477
Carolina, North and South, 3
Carolina, State of, 164
"Catholic Missions, Sources for the Study of Oklahoma," by Sister M. Ursula, 346-377
Cattle industry, 59, 81, 135-136, 303-304, 326-336
Cattlemen, 36, 326-336
Chapman, Berlin B., 36, 51n, 135, 162n, 337, 345n
Chase, Og, 190
"Checote, Chief Samuel, With Sketches of Chief Locher Harjo and Ward Coachman," by John B. Meserve, 401-409
"Cherokees, Notes of a Missionary among the," edited by Grant Foreman, 171-189
Cherokee (Indians), 3-35, 36-51, 76, 91, 315-325
Cherokee (Indians), towns occupied by, 4-5
Cherokee (Indians), clan division of, 4
Cherokee (Indians), delegation to England, 5
Cherokee (Indians), "Emporer" Moytoy, 6
Cherokee (Indians), troubles of the (in Va.), 9n
Cherokee (Indians), Prominent, 33
Cherokee (Indians), removal of, 33-34
Cherokee (Indians), Eastern Band of, 34
Cherokee (Indians), "Eastern Chiefs of," by John P. Brown, 3-35
Cherokee (Indians), lands of, 36-51
Cherokee (Indians), Other chiefs of, 34
Cherokee (Indians), treaty of 1866, 40-41
Cherokee (Indians), treaty of 1835, 42
Cherokee (Indians), treaty of 1833, 43
Cherokee (Indians), removal, centennial of, 397
"Cherokee Outlet, How Acquired and Disposed of," by Berlin B. Chapman, 36-51, 135-162, 326-336
Cherokee (Nation), 43, 93-94
Cherokee (Nation), Commission, 40, 48, 135, 155
Cherokee (Nation), National Council, 144
Cherokee (Nation), Strip Livestock Assn., 137
Cheyenne and Arapahoe treaty (of 1867), 44, 48
Chickasaw (Indians), 67-69, 76, 82, 215-220, 221-233, 425-443, 465-492
"Chickasaw Threat to French Control of the Mississippi in the 1740's," by Norman W. Caldwell, 465-492
Chickasaw-Choctaw migration, 111-112
Chicken, Col. George, 4
"Chiefs, Eastern Cherokee," by John P. Brown, 3-35
"Chivington, Colonel John M., Military Investigation of,—Following the Sand Creek Massacre," by Wm. J. Mellor, 444-464
Choctaw and Chickasaw (Indians), 67-69, 76, 82, 214-220, 425-443
"Choctaw-Chickasaw Court Citizens, The," by Loren N. Brown, 425-443
Choctaw (Indians), 65-71, 214-220, 234, 240, 425-443, 465-492
Choctaw (Indians), Capitol, dedication of, 396
Choctaw (Indians), Mission, 173
Choctaw (Indians), Nation, 234
Church, Catholic, 346-377
Church, Baptist, 422
Church, Methodist, 401, 423
Church, Presbyterian, 423
Church, St. Patricks, 348
Clements, Dr. Forrest, 104
Coachman, Ward, 406-407
Coffee, Gen. John, 235
"Colbert Ferry on Red River, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory," by W. B. Morrison, 302-314
Colbert, Benjamin Franklin, 305n
"Colonel A. W. Evans' Christmas Day Indian Fight (1868)," edited by C. C. Rister, 275-301
Columbus, Christopher, 163
Comanche and Kiowa (Indians), 70-71, 411-412
Cooper, Douglas H., 238
Coronado, 60, 109
Court, Choctaw-Chickasaw Citizenship, 425-443
Coweta (Okla.), 91
Crawford, Samuel J., 50n
Crawford, Gov. S. J., 279
Creek (Indians), 3-4, 6, 91, 337-345, 401-409
Creek (Indians), Nation, 93-94, 326
Creek (Indians), "Unratified Treaty with the," by Berlin B. Chapman, 337-345
Crockett, David, 79
Cuming, Sir Alexander, 5-6
Curl, Joseph John, 130
Custer, Col. George A., 279
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Dale, Professor (E. E.), 39
Dancing Rabbit Creek, 67
Dancing Rabbit Creek, treaty of, 219
Davis, Edwin H., 99n
Dawes, Senator, 37
Dawes Commission, 425-443
Dean, Miss Sarah, 174
Debo, Angie, 120
Demere, Capt. Ramond and Capt. Paul, 7
De Soto, 3, 60-61, 163, 214
de Vaca, Cabeza, 60
Devens, Atty-Genl. Charles, 46
Dinwiddie Papers, 9n
Doak's Stand, 66
Doaksville, treaty made at, 68, 74, 238
Doan's Crossing, 74
"Downing, Chief Lewis, and Chief Charles Thompson," by John B. Meserve, 315-325
Downs, Henry D., 66
Doyle, Judge Thomas H., 52, 57n
Dragging Canoe, 19-27
Dunlop, Robert, 504-505
Dunn, Agt. J. W., 338
Durham, Virgil, 266
Dwight Station, 176
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"Eastern Cherokee Chiefs," by John P. Brown, 3-35
Eaton, Rachel Caroline, 509-510
Emory, W. H., 113n
Enabling Act, an, 90
English(men) 471, 475, 479, 481-482
English(men), relations of the, and the Indians, 164
Enslavement of southern Indians, 164
Eskimo race, 100
"Evans', Col. A. W., Christmas Day Indian Fight (1868)," edited by C. C. Rister, 275-301
Evans, Gov. John, of Colorado, 446-459
Expedition, Dunbar-Hunter, 64
Expedition, Canadian River, report of, 281-301
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Fairchild (Gen. Lucius), 36n
Federal Court, 91-96
"Ferry, Colbert, on Red River, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory," by W. B. Morrison, 302-314
Ferry, Rock Bluff, 302
Fite, Dr. Richard L., 132
Folsom, David, 67
Forbes, Gerald, 163, 170n
Foreman, Grant, 171, 189n
Forts, Bascom, 244, 279, 281n
Forts, Coffee, 72
Forts, Cobb, 73
Forts, DuQuesne, 9
Forts, Gibson, 72-75
Forts, Hays, 277
Forts, Loudoun, 7-8, 11-17
Forts, Military, 71-75, 241-249, 444-464
Forts, McCulloch, 73
Forts, Payne, 22
Forts, Prince George, 10
Forts, Washita, 72-73
Fort Smith road, 244
Fowler, Rev. Littleton, 206
France, 89
Frankish invasion, 109
Frederick, J. V., 190, 196n
French, 60-63, 89, 465-492
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Gaines, George S., 218
Gallatin, Albert, 98-99
Gambrell, Herbert P., 197, 213n
Gardner, James H., 119
Georgia, state of, 3, 31, 33
Gill, Judge Joseph A., 94
Glass, Polly and Lizzie (Cherokees), 177
Glen, Gov. James, 6-8
Gold, discovery of, 32
Grand Canyon, 61
Green, Edward B., 147
Greer County (Okla.), 83-85
Grinnell, George B., 288n
Gubser, Judge Nicholas J., 95
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Hancock, Clement Allen, 502
Harbour, Emma Estill, 58, 88n
Hare, DeWitt, 112n
"Harjo, Chief Locher, and Ward Coachman," by John B. Meserve, 401-409
Harper, Roscoe E., 326, 336n
Harris, C. J., 156n, 223
Harris, R. M., Governor of Chickasaws, 427
Harris, Giles Edward (M. D.), 503
Harrison, President, 36, 38
Harrison, John J., 315
Hastings, W. W., 269-270
Hayes, Samuel W., 95
Hazen, Gen. W. B., 279
Hefner, Judge R. A., 399
Herring, Francis Elgin, 507-508
Hinds, Gen. Thomas, 66
"History of the Red River Country Since 1803, A Brief," by Emma Estill-Harbour, 58-88
Hitchcock, Dr. Deight W., 177n
Hitta, Father Aloysius, 346
Hiwassee, 31
"Homesteading in Northwestern Oklahoma Territory," by Roscoe E. Harper, 326-336
Houston, Sam, 79, 198-213
Hoyt, Commsr. (E. A.), 46
Hughes, William Christopher (W. C.), 511
Hume, C. Ross, 410, 424n
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Indians, Absentee Shawnee, 48
Indians, American, 103, 109
Indians, Cherokee, 3-35, 36-51, 91, 135-162, 171-189, 315-325
Indians, Chickasaw, 67-69, 111, 213-233, 425-443
Indians, Cheyenne and Arapahoe, 44, 48, 50n, 444-464
Indians, Cheyenne, 109, 448
Indians, Choctaw, 66-71, 111, 234-235, 425-443
Indians, Creek, 3, 4, 6, 91, 111, 401-409
Indians, enslavement of the, 163-170
Indians, Iowa, Sac and Fox, 48
Indians, Iroquois, 105
Indians, Iroquoian family of, 3
Indians, Kiowa and Comanche, 41, 70, 275-276, 411, 444ff
Indians, Kiowa, 241
Indians, land claimed by the, 3
Indians, land of Osage, 45, 65, 90
Indians, Muscogee, 3
Indians, negotiations between government and the, 135-162
Indians, Natchitoches, 61
Indians, Omaha, 106
Indians, Osage, 106, 139-140, 396
Indians, Quapaw, 66
Indians, Sioux, 224, 404
Indians, treaties of the, 3-35, 36-51
Indians, of southern tribes, 466
"Indian Fight, (1868) Col. A. W. Evans' Christmas Day," edited by C. C. Rister, 275-301
Indian Removals and Relations, 65-71
Indian Slavery, 163
Indian Sports, 237
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Jackson, Andrew, 32, 34, 66
Jefferson, Thomas, 98
Jerome, Chairman, 48-50, 135, 136n, 144
Johnson, Jerusha, 171
Jolly, John, 32
Jones, Sarah Clementine, 232
Jones, Evan and John B(uttrick), 315-323
Jones, Robert M., (cemetery), 393
Jordan, John W., 47-48, 148n
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Kane, Matthew J., 95
Kates, Albert L., 131
King, Mrs. Felix J., 267-268
Kiowa and Comanche treaty of 1865, 41
Kirkwood, Secretary, 41
Kituwah, old town of, 4
Kusatees (Indians), 3
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La Harpe, Bernard de, 62
Lamar, Mirabeau B., 198
Land claimed by Cherokee Indians, 3
La Salle, 61
Lauber, Almon Wheeler, 163
Lawrence, Judge Wm. R., 94
Lee's Creek, 173
Le Flore County (Okla.), 104, 106
Le Flore, Greenwood, 217
Left Hand, Arapaho chieftain, 449
Lewis, Anna, 214, 220n
Little Carpenter (Cherokee), 5, 7-8, 10-22
Long, Maj. Stephen H., 65
Louisiana, state of, 59-63, 66-67, 81, 117
Louisiana, cities in, 82
Louisiana, Province of, 98
Louisiana Territory, 89
Lorton, Otis, 94
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Major, John Charles, 506
"Malcolm, John, Pioneer Ferryman, Recollections of," Recorded by W. B. Morrison, 302-314
Mansur, Charles H., 142, 145
Marcy, Capt. R. B., 65, 72, 410
Marland, Governor, 52
Martin, Col. Joseph, 22-24
Massacre, Chivington, 275
Massacre, Sand Creek, 444-464
Massacre, Tonkawa, 415
Maupin, John Rice, 308n, 309-314
Maupin, W. B., 308n
Mayes, Chief, 39n, 46n, 47-48, 135n, 146
Medicine Lodge, Kans., 276
Mellor, Wm. J., 444, 464n
Memphis, Tenn., 222
Meserve, John Bartlett, 89, 96n, 221, 233n, 315, 325n, 401, 409n
Methvin, Rev. J. J., 237
Miles, Colonel Nelson, 241, 248
Milffort (General), 112n
Military Commission, 450-452
"Military Investigation of Col. Jno. M. Chivington Following the Sand Creek Massacre, The," by Wm. J. Mellor, 444-464
Military Forts and Camps in the Red River Country, 71-75
Miller, W. H. H., Atty-General, 38
Mission, Baptist, 316
Mission, Catholic, 346-377
Mission, Choctaw, 173
Mission, Dwight, 171
Mission, Fairfield, 171
Mission, Nuyaka, 404
Mission, Park Hill, 171
Mission, Stockbridge, 74
Mission, Valley Town, 317
"Missions, Sources for the Study of Oklahoma Catholic," by Sister M. Ursula, 346-377
Missionaries, 69, 315
Missionaries, Catholic, 346-377
"Missionary among the Cherokees, Notes of a," edited by Grant Formeman, 171-189
Missouri, State of, 117
Missouri, Territory of, 90
Moffitt, James W., 393
Mooney, James, 105n, 113
Morgan, Commissioner, 142-143
Morley, Dr. Sylvanus G., 97
Morrison, W. B., 234, 240n, 302, 314n
"Mound-Builder Cultures, The Tropical and Subtropical Origin of," by Joseph B. Thoburn, 97-117
Muscogee (Indians), 3
Muskogee (Okla.), 93, 95
Muskohogean, 110
McCullough, W. M. ("Bill"), 96
McCurtain, Cornelius, 238
McCurtain, Edmund, 240
McCurtain, Green, 239, 427
McIntosh, Chief Roley, 91, 401-402
McIntosh, Col. D. N., 402
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National Council, 33-34, 48
Navigation of Red River, 78-79
Nelson, Oliver, 191
New Echota, treaty signed at, 33
New England, 164
New Hope Seminary, 237
New Orleans, 89
Nicholson, Governor, 4
Noble, Secretary, 36n, 39, 41, 49, 142, 145
"Notes of a Missionary among the Cherokees," edited by Grant Foreman, 171-189
"Notes, Oklahoma Historical," edited by James W. Moffitt, 393-400
"Nunah Waiya," by Anna Lewis, 214-220
Nuttall, Thos., 65
Nye, Capt. W. S., 241, 249n, 293n
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"Oklahoma Catholic Missions, Sources for the Study of," by Sister M. Ursula, 346-377
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of quarterly Board Meeting, Jan. 27, 1938, 125-127
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of Annual Meeting, 250-259
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of Special meeting of, 260
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of quarterly Board meeting of July 28, 1938, 383-389
Oklahoma Historical Society, List of members elected for 1938, 394-396
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of quarterly Board Meeting of October 27, 1938, 498-501
Oklahoma State Archaeological Society, 398
"Oklahoma Territory, Homesteading in Northwestern," by Roscoe E. Harper, 326-336
Orr, Mr. and Mrs. James, 172
Osage Indian museum, 396
"Outlet, How the Cherokees Acquired and Disposed of the," by Berlin B. Chapman, 36-51, 135-162
"Overton, Governor Benjamin Franklin," by John B. Meserve, 221-233
Owen, Robert L., 149
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Page, Brev. Maj. John H., 279
Palmer, Dr. Marcus, 171
"Parker to Poe, From," by John Bartlett Meserve, 89-96
Parker, Judge Isaac C., 43-44, 92
Parker, Judge Lumen F., 94
Parker, Quanah, 74
Patterson, Moss, 52, 57
Payne, John Howard, 33, 316
Perryman, S. W., 337, 341, 345
Phillips, Frank, 52, 57
Phillips Historical Collection, 88n
"Philosophical Society of Texas, the Founding of the," by Herbert P. Gambrell, 197-213
Pike, Gen. Albert, 414
Pioneers, Tulsa Association of, 397
Pioneers Club, 397
Poe, Judge L. M., 95
Pontotoc Creek, 68
Price, Commisioner, 42n
Price, Maj. William, 244, 247n
Pushmataha, 218
-Q-
Quantrell, 308
Quapaw Indians, 66
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Raids, Indian, 275-301
Railway, Southern Kansas, 138
Ranney, Timothy E., 173
Raymond, Judge Charles W., 93-94
"Red River County, A Brief History of, since 1803," by Emma Estill-Harbour, 58-88
Red River, Colbert Ferry on, 302-314
Red River, Exploration of, 64
Red River, Location of, 59, 90
Red River, Navigation and Transportation on, 77-80
Red River County, Economic conditions in the, 80-82
Red River County, Indian tribes in, 65, 70
Red River County, Military Forts, trading posts and trails in the, 71-75
Red River County, Mountains of, 60
Reily, James, 79
"Removal of the Tribes to Oklahoma, Part played by the Enslavement of the Indians in the," by Gerald Forbes, 163-170
Renfrow, Governor, 53
Reservations, Indian, 140
Reynolds, Matthew C., 50n
Ridge, Major, 33-34
Rister, C. C., 301n
River, Arkansas, 6, 91
River, Canadian, 61
River, Chattahoochie, 3
River, Colorado, 61
River, Hiwasee, 31
River, Lufty, 4
River, Mississippi, 61, 106
River, Ocona, 4
River, Ohio, 106
River, Red, 58-88
River, Tuckasegee, 4
River, Tugaloo, 3
Road, Old Fort Smith, 244
Rodway, James, 163n
Rogers, John, 30
Rogers family, 33
Rogers, Will, 52, 56, 57n, 128-129
Roosevelt, Pres. Theo., 95
Ross, John, 31-33, 185, 315-325
Ross, Wm. P., 136, 141n, 324
Rowe, David, 144
Royce, Charles C., 163n
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"Sand Creek Massacre, Military Investigation of Colonel John M. Chivington Following the," by Wm. J. Mellor, 444-464
"Sand faction" of Creeks, 338
Sands Little Tiger, 338
Sayre, Warren G., 135-136, 144
Schuyler, Helen B., 123
Scott, Gen. Winfield, 33
Scramage, George, 190
Seay, A. J., 146
Seger, John H., 109
Seminole Nation, 93-94
Sequoyah County, 171
Sevier, John, 23-24
Shackleford, Judge James M., 93
Shawnee (Indians), 3
Sheridan, Gen. P. H., 277-278
Shetrone, Prof. Henry C., 99
Shoshonean, 113
Silver Horn, 243n
Siouan people, 104-105, 110, 112
Sioux (Indians), 106
"Skullyville, The Saga of," by W. B. Morrison, 234-240
Smith, Miss Esther, 179
Spaniards, 60
Spanish, 60, 62-63, 214
Spanish plantation system, 163
Speed, Horace, 36
Spiro (Okla.), 108
Springer, Judge Wm. M., 93-94
Squier, Ephriam G., 99n
State of Franklin, 23-24
St. Denis, French explorer, 61-62
Stidham, G. W., 337, 340-341, 345
Stockbridge Mission, 74
Stuart, Capt. John, 12ff
Stuart, Judge Chas. B., 93
Sully, Col. Alfred, 279
Sulzbacker, Judge Louis, 94
Supreme Court of the United States, 42
Swallow Rock, 235
"Sweetwater, Excitement on the," by Capt. W. S. Nye, 241-249
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Taliwa, Battle of, 29
Tecumseh, Shawnee Chief, 30
Telle, Rev. Edwin, 172
Teller, Senator, 37
Teller, Secretary, 41-42
Tennessee, State of, 3
Territories, Committee on, 142
"Texas, The Founding of the Philosophical Society of," by Herbert P. Gambrell, 197-213
Texas, Republic of, 197-213
Texas, State of, 60-61, 63, 79-88, 117
Texas, Boundary disputes, 86-87
Thoburn, Joseph B., 97, 117n, 410n
Thomas, Judge John R., 93
"Thompson, Chief Charles (Oochalata), and Chief Lewis Downing," by John Barteltt Meserve, 315-325
Tiguex, 61
Timberlake, Lieut. Henry, 18
Tonkawa Massacre, 415
Torrey, Rev. Chas. Cutler and Emily R., 172
Towns, 4-5
Trading Posts in the Red River Country, 71-75
Trading Posts, Old Chouteau, 398
Treaties with Cherokees, 3-35, 41
Treaties with Cheyenne and Arapahoe, 41, 48
Treaties with Creeks (1868), 337-345
Treaties with Kiowa and Comanche (1865), 41
Treaty of 1866, 40-41, 70, 80
Troops, American, 241-249
"Tulsa County (Okla.), Brief Sketch of the Early Judiciary of," by John Bartlett Meserve, 89-96
Tulsa (Okla.), 94-95
Turner, John B., 95
Tuskahoma (Okla.), 219
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Uchee (Indians), 3
"Unratified Treaty with the Creeks, 1868," edited by Berlin B. Chapman, 337-345
Ursula, Sister M., 346, 377n
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Van Buren (Arkansas), 91
Vann, Joseph, 33n
"Vigilantes in Early Beaver, The," by J. V. Frederick, 190-196
Virginia, State of, 3
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Walker, Tandy C., 238
Warfare, 7-35
Warfare, Indian, 241-249, 275-301, 449-450, 464-492
War, Civil, 72-75
War, Indian, 4
War, Tuscarora, 168
Washington, George, 8
Watts, John, 24-28
Webber, Walter (a Cherokee), 171
Webster, Daniel, 79
Wentz, Rev. Horace A., 172
Wheelock Station, 175
Wild game, 331
Wilkinson, General Commander-in-Chief of U. S. Army, 64
Willey, Worcester, 176
Williams, Judge Robert L., 95, 314n
Wolfe, Richard M., 144
Woodward County (Okla.), 326
Worcester, Rev. Samuel Austin, 177n, 182
Wynkoop, Major, 454-457


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