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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 17
1939
INDEX

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Adair, Mamie Elizabeth, William Penn, 18
Ainslie, George, 278
Ainslie, Mr. 431-441
Alexander, William Lee, 115-116
Alvord, Capt. Henry, 385ff
American Baptist Home Missionary Society, 26
Anderson, William M., 195
Annual Meeting, Oklahoma Historical Society, May 11-12, 1939, Minutes of, 243-252
Apuckshunubbe District, 12-13
Armies, Confederate and Union, 401-412
Atoka Agreement, 363
Austin, Jane, 204, 442
Averell, William A., 320-321
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Bacone, Almon C., 26
Baldwin, The Rev. Richard D., 268
Balentine, H., 277
Baptist Convention of Oklahoma and Indian Territories, 27
Baptist Church, 55-58
Baptist Mission House, 26
Baptist General Convention, 52
"Baptists of Oklahoma, A Brief History of Early Higher Education among the," by Fred G. Watts, 26-34
Barker, Charles Bolivar, 254-255
Battey, Thomas C., 384
Baxter Springs, Kans., 309
Bell, John Turner, 253-254
Bennett, Leo, 207
Berry, George Madison, 126-127
Big Tree, Big Bow, 397
Black Kettle, 364
"Bledsoe, Samuel Thomas," by M. L. Lyles, 189-191
Boards, Methodist and Presbyterian, 56
Bohanon, Amanda J., 3
Bond, Mr. and Mrs. J. H., 185
Book Reviews: (The Colorado Range Cattle Industry, Peake), 97-98
Book Reviews: (McGillivray of the Creeks, Caughey), 98-100
Book Reviews: (Conquest of the Southern Plains, Brill), 101-104
Book Reviews: (Southern Plainsmen, Rister), 104-106
Book Reviews: (Quannah, the Eagle of the Comanches, Tilghman), 106-108
Book Reviews: (Songs of the Old Southwest, Overstreet), 108-109
Book Reviews: (The Apache Indians, Lockwood), 238-9
Book Reviews: (Lord Macaulay, Victorian Liberal, Beatty,), 239-241
Book Reviews: (Tarnished Warrior: Major-General James Wilkinson, Jacobs), 241-242
Book Reviews: (A Handbook of Oklahoma Writers, Marable-Boylan), 343
Book Reviews: (Secession and Restoration of Louisiana, Caskey-Owsley), 343-345
Book Reviews: (Indian Cavalcade or Life on the Old-Time Indian Reservations, Wissler), 345-346
Book Reviews: (Tecumseh and His Times, Oskison), 346-348
Book Reviews: (Flight into Oblivion, Hanna), 448-449
Book Reviews: (35,00 Days in Texas, A History of The Dallas News and Its Forbears, Acheson), 449-450
Book Reviews: (The Chouteaus and the Founding of Salina, Oklahoma's First White Settlement, Lackey), 451-452
Brazeal, Thomas, 378
Broken Arrow, Pioneer Club of, 90
Brooke, The Rt. Rev. Francis Key, 267
Bryant, William J., 200
Buckner, Rev. H. F., 55-56
"Buffington, Chief Thomas Mitchell," by John Bartlett Meserve, 135-140
Buffington, Ellis, 136
Buffington, Ezekiel, 136
Buffington, Thomas M., 17
Bushyhead, Dennis Wolf, 296-308
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, 48, 432
Byington, S. H., 284
Byington, Thomas H., 195
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Caddo (Indians), 152-155
Canadian District, 17-18
Captives (White), 374-392
Carr, John Mitten, 258
Casady, The Rt. Rev. Thomas, 272
Cass, Lewis, 194
Cattle, 80-84, 286-295
Chambers, Henry (Asst. chief of Cherokees), 17
Chapman, Berlin B., 62
Checote, Samuel, 55
"Cherokee Commission at Kickapoo Village, The," edited by Berlin B. Chapman, 62-74
Cherokee Commission, members of, 62-63, 66
Cherokee (Indians), 17-21, 62-74, 76, 81, 135-146, 296, 401-412
Cherokee Male Seminary, 26
Cherokee Seminary Students Asso., 95
Cherokee Strip or Outlet, 76, 81-83, 286
Cherokee Strip Livestock Assn., 82-83
Cherokee Nation, political affairs in, 135-146
Cherokee Nation, missions in, 178-183
Cherokee Nation, some laws of, 300-302
"Cherokee Principal Chief, Problems of a," by Harold Keith, 296-308
Chickasaw (Indians), 315-327, 361-363, 401-412, 417-427
Chickasaw Nation, 316
"Chickasaw-Choctaw Agreement, January 17, 1837, The Negotiations Leading to the," Edited by Gaston Litton, 417-427
"Chiefs, A Story of Choctaw," by Peter James Hudson, 7-16, 192-211
"Chief Colonel Johnson Harris," by John Bartlett meserve, 17-21
Chief, Principal (when Choctaws began to use term), 194
"Chief Thomas Mitchell Buffington," by John Bartlett Meserve, 135-140
Chilton, William P., 403
"Choctaw Chiefs, A Story of," by Peter James Hudson, 7-16, 192-211
Choctaw (Indians), 3-16, 192-211, 333, 401-412, 428-447
Choctaw (Indians), Districts, divisions of, 195-196
Choctaw (Indians), Government, division of, 7-16
"Choctaw Indians Dishes," by Peter James Hudson, 333-335
"Choctaw Agreement, January 17, 1837, The Negotiations Leading to the Chickasaw-," Edited by Gaston Litton, 417-427
"Choctaws, 1860-1861, Diary of a Missionary to the," Edited by Anna Lewis, 428-447
"Choctaw Missions and Missionaries, Letters Regarding," Edited by Anna Lewis, 275-285
Church, Harvey T., 131
Church, Baptist, 26-34, 49
Church, Bennington, 281n
Church, Danish Lutheran, 179
Church, Methodist Episcopal, 49
Church, Muscogee Baptist, 50
Church, Presbyterian, 328
Church, Trinity Episcopal, Tulsa, 265-274
"Civil War in the Indian Territory, The," by Dean Trickett, 315-327, 401-412
Clay, Henry and Abner, 194
Clonts, T. P., 149
Cochnauer, Nicholas, 16
Coffee, John, 417
Coffin, William G., 401
Cole, Robert, 7, 9, 201
Cole, Coleman, 200
Collins, Susan, 17
Collins, Caroline Alice, 18
Collins, W. D., 55
Comanche (Indians), 364-392
Commissioners of Indian Affairs during the Civil War, 401-412
Confederacy, United Daughters of, 91
Confederacy, Indians of the, 401-412
Confederate Cabinet, Members of, 87
Confederate States, Provisional Congress of the, 403-404
Constitutional Convention, members honored, 91
Cooper, Douglas H., 402
Cordrey, Parker and Nannie, 17
Cowart, Robert J., 401
Crawford, Miss Mary, 275
Crawford, John, 401
Creek (Indians), 40-61, 401-412
Creek (Indians), "Missions, Early," by Roland Hinds, 48-61
Crum, The Rev. Rolfe Pomeroy, 271
Cutlip, C. Guy, 132-133
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Dale, Dr. E. E., 236
Dalton, William Thomas, 256
Daughters of 1812, Oklahoma State Society, 92
Davis, John, 50
Davis, William P., 401
Davis, President, 404
Dawes Commission, 18-19, 362
Day, Martha (Mexican captive), 390
Deaver, Mrs. H. A., 88
Debo, Angie, 343
"Diary of Joseph A. Edmonds," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 309-314
"Diary of a Missionary to the Choctaws, 1860-1861," Edited by Anna Lewis, 428-447
Doaksville, council at, 15
Dole, William P., 401
Doolin, Hon. John B., 89
Doran, Andrew J., 402
Dukes, Gilbert W., 209-210
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Eagle Heart, 379
"Early Creek Missions," by Roland Hinds, 48-61
"Early Grady County History," be Meta C. Sager, 184-188
Eaton, John H., 10
Ebenezer (a school), 50, 52
Eckel, The Rev. Edward Henry, Jr., 273
"Edmonds, Joseph A., Diary of," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 309-314
"Education, Higher, among the Baptists of Oklahoma, A Brief History of," by Fred G. Watts, 26-34
Edwards, John, 283
Elder, Peter P., 402
Emory, Mary, 136
Emory, William H., 318-319, 401-403
"Episcopal Church, Tulsa Trinity," by John Bartlett Meserve, 265-274
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Fairchild, Gen. Lucius, 62
Fields, Nannie E., 18
Fisher, Silas D., 13-14
Fisher, Joseph, 14
Fitchett, Allen D., 75
"Fite, Francis Bartow, M. D.," by Le Roy Long, M. D., 170-177
Five Civilized Tribes, 315
Fletcher, James, 12
Folsom, Col. David, 8, 15
Folsom, George, 14-15, 196
Folsom, Isaac, 13, 195
Folsom, Nathaniel, 8
Forbes, Gerald, 393, 400n
Foreman, Dr. Grant, 87
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, 237n
Foreman, John A., 413
"Fort Davis," by Grant Foreman, 147-150
Fort Arbuckle, 318-319
Fort Cobb, 318, 364, 402
Fort Gibson, 410
Fort Griffin, 378
Fort Holmes, 11
Fort Richardson, 378
Fort Sill, 370
Fort Smith, 401
Fort Supply, 293
Fort Towson, 251
Fort Washita, 316, 405
Fox, George, 367
Franklin, Harris, 196
Frazier, Mrs. John Randolph, 134
Freeman, The Rt. Rev. George Washington, 266
Friend, Temple (White captive), and L. S., 389
Friends, (Quakers), 365ff
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Gaines, Lieut. Col. J. J., 323
Gardner, James H., 87-88
Gardner, Jefferson, 208
Gardner, The Rev. John A., 273n
Garland, Sam, 9-10, 196
Garrett, William H., 401
Garvin, Isaac, 202
Ghost dance, 164
Goingsnake District, 137
Goodland (Mission School), 252
Goodwater, 428-429
Goss, Rachel Elizabeth, 18
"Governor Robert Maxwell Harris," by John Bartlett Meserve, 361-363
"Grady County History, Early," by Meta C. Sager, 184-188
Grant, U. S., 366ff
Greenwood, A. B., 323, 401
Grierson, Colonel, 373ff
Griffith, Samuel L., 401
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Harkins, George W., 10, 14-16
"Harris, Chief Colonel Johnson," by John Bartlett Meserve, 17-21
"Harris, Governor Robert Maxwell," by John Bartlett Meserve, 361-363
Harris, Mr. Cheasquah, 149
Harris, Governor Cyrus, 316
Harris, Samuel Henry, 356-357
Harrison, Pres. Benjamin, 36, 63
Harrison, Pres. Benjamin, letter to, 67
Harrison, Comm. James E., 316
Harrison, Luther, 339
Harrison, Peter, 55
Harrison, Walter, 336
Hartranft, Gen. John F., 62
Hazen, Col. W. B., 364ff
Hefner, Judge R. A., 96
Hensley, Mary Emily, 124-125
Hensley, Frank, 128
Henthorne, Norris, 336
Herod, Casper Wister, 256-258
Hinds, Roland, 48
Historic sites, marking of, 91, 93
Historical editions (Oklahoma Newspapers), 95, 233-234
"Historical Notes, Oklahoma," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 87-96, 229-237, 341-342
Historical Society, Lincoln County, 90, 235
"History of Early Higher Education among the Baptists of Oklahoma, A Brief," by Fred G. Watts, 26-34
Hoag, Enoch, 369ff
Hobert, Stephen, 196
Holmes, Fort, 11
Homastubbi, Miko, 7
Honey Springs, 147
Horseback, Comanche Chief, 388
Hotema (Sister of Pushmataha), 9
Howe (Okla.), 12
"Hudson, Peter James, 1861-1938," by R. L. Williams, 3-6, 7, 192
Hudson, George, 193
Hummingbird, General, 9
Humphreys, John J., 401
Humphry, Judge Thomas Chauncey, 353-356
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"Indian Affairs in Oklahoma, Beginning of Quaker Administration of," by Aubrey L. Steele, 364-392
Indians, Choctaw, 3-16, 315-327, 333-335, 401-412, 417-427
Indians, Cherokee, 17-21, 62-74, 76, 135-146, 315-327, 401-412
Indians, Chickasaw, 315-327, 361-363, 401-412, 417-427
Indians, Creek, 48-61, 315-327, 401-412
Indians, Apache, 238, 364-392
Indians, Arapaho, Kiowa and Comanche, 364-392
Indians, Caddoan, 153
Indians, Sac and Foxes, Pottawatomies, Iowas, Absentee Shawnees, 63
Indians, Osage, 76
Indians, Ponca, 77-79
Indians, Otoe and Missouri, 78-79
Indians, Iowa, 78
Indians, Western, 413
Indians, Seminole, 317
Indians, Fort Cobb, 319
Indians, Pawnee, 151-169
"Indian International Fair," by Miss Ella Robinson, 413-416
Indian University, 27
"Indian Territory, The Civil War in the," by Bean Trickett, 315-327, 401-412
Indian tribes attending International Fair, 413
Indian war parties, 166, 365ff
Indian war reserves, 402
Insull, Frederick William, 352-353
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Jackson, Jacob, 207
Jackson, President, 417
Jerome, David Howell, 63
Johnson, Frank Pearson, 457-458
Jones, Robert M., 87
Jones, Evan, 324
Jones, John B., 324
Jones, J. F., 280
Jones, Wilson N., 206-207
Juzan, Pierre, 13
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Kannady, J. R., 325
"Kansas Southern Railroad in 1884, Reconnoissance of H. L. Marvin, Chief Engineer of the," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 212-228
Keith, Harold, 296, 308n
Kellam, Charles P., 52
Kemper, The Rt. Rev. Jackson, 266n
Kickapoo (Indians), 62-74
Kickapoo (Indians), Village, 63-64
Kicking Bird, 380
Kincaid, Joseph and Robert, 12
King, Joseph Francis, 117-118
Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, 48
Kingsbury, H. N., 279
Kingsbury, Mrs., 440
Kiowa (Indians), 364ff
Kiowa (Indians), Principal chiefs, 386
Kling, The Rev. Chauncey Vorhis, 270
Kohn, Adolph (White captive), 389
Kusha Female Seminary, 14
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Lackey, Vinson, 178
Lawrence, Joseph Augustus, 122-123
Lay, The Rt. Rev. Henry Champlain, 267
Lee family (White captives), 388
Leeper's Creek, 386
LeFlore, Brazil, 12, 193
LeFlore, Forbis, 201
LeFlore, Greenwood, 7, 9, 14, 193
LeFlore, Michael, 12
LeFlore, Thomas, 11, 14, 193
Lewis, Dr. Anna, 275, 428, 447n
Lillie, Gordon W. (Pawnee Bill), 82
Lincoln, President, 401
Lincoln County (Okla.) Historical Society, 90, 235
Lindquist, G. E. E., 348
Litton, Gaston L., 346, 417
Locke, Maj. Victor M., 206
London Times, in re the opening of Oklahoma in 1889, 22
Lone Wolf, Chief of Kiowas, 27, 375, 380
Long, Le Roy, M. D., 170
Looney, Mrs. Rella, 7n
Losey, Mrs. Thomas B., 275
Loughridge, Rev. R. M., 53, 60-61
Love, Paula McSpadden, 336, 340n
Lyles, M. L., 189
-M-
Marcy, Gen. R. B., 378
Marshall, Ben, 55
Marvin, H. L., 212
Mason, Rev. James, 52
Massacre, Howard Wells, 384
Maxie, John Valentine (white captive), 388
Mayes, Chief Joel Bryan, 17, 137, 229
Medicine Lodge Creek, 364
Medicine man or physician, 158-159
Meserve, John Bartlett, 17, 135, 265, 361
Mexican captives, 389-390
Mid-Continent Field, development of oil in, 393ff
Miller, Col. George, 82
Millerton (Okla.), 12
Mission, Little River, 56
Mission, Goodland, 281
Mission, Goodwater, 275
Mission, schools, 27
Mission, Early Choctaw, 275-285
"Missions, Early Creek," by Roland Hinds, 48-61
Missionaries, Baptist, 49-61
Missionaries, Choctaw, 275-285
Missionaries, Methodist, 56
Missionaries, Moravian, 178-183
"Missionary Teacher among the Indians, A Cross-Section inthe Life of a," by Louise Thomson, 328-332
"Missionary to the Choctaws, Diary of a," Edited by Anna Lewis, 428-447
Mitchell, Robert Barnett, 130
Moffitt, James W., 87, 212, 309
Moody, V. Alton, 345
Moore, Guy Rowley, 151
Morgan, Richard D. (Jack), 120-121
Mosholetubbi, 7-8, 10-11
Mosholetubbi District, 13-14
Murray, Alice Hearrell, 259-260
Murrow, J. S., 26
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MacDonald, John, 135n
MacKinzie, Col. R. S., 378
McBeth, Miss Sue, 275, 428
McBeth, Miss Sue, Diary of, 429-447
McCarrell, Margaret, 329
McCarter, John C., 275
McCombs, William, 26
McCorkle, Elizabeth, 143
McCoy, David, 16
McCoy, Incy, 363
McCoy, Isaac, 50, 76
McCulloch, Ben, 318, 404-406
McCurtain, Cornelius, 203
McCurtain, Edmond, Jackson, and Green, 14, 208
McCurtain, Jack, 202
McCurtain, Jane Austin, 204-205, 209-211
McCurtain, Kennedy, 195
McGould, Mack, 196
McIntosh, Roley, 51, 54, 56
McKinney, John, 12
McKinney, Thompson, 195, 205-206
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Nail, Joel H., 10
Nanih Waya (Capital of Choctaw Nation), 11, 14-15
Nation, Choctaw, 275
Neosho River, 310
Net Proceeds claim, 14
Newman, Louisa, 137
Newspaper (Foreign) accounts of Opening of Oklahoma, 1889, 22-25
Newspapers, Oklahoma, Historical Editions of, 95, 233-234
"New Springplace," by Vinson Lackey, 178-183
Nez Perce (Indians), 428
Nitvkechi, 9-11, 13
"Noble County (Okla.), Early History of," by Allen D. Fitchett, 75-86
North Fork Town, 311
Notes and Documents, 417-447
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Oakes, Mrs. Thomas Erwin, 129
"Oil Boom Towns, Southwestern," by Gerald Forbes, 393-400
Okchiya, Capt., 12-13
Oklahoma, A and M College, University, and Normal, location of, 35
Oklahoma Artists, Association of, 89
Oklahoma Daughters of 1812, 92
Oklahoma Historical Society, 90, 95
Oklahoma Archaeological Society, 88
Oklahoma Baptist College, 28, 34
Oklahoma Baptist College, Board of Trustees of, 28, 30-31
"Oklahoma Historical Notes," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 87-96
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of quarterly meeting January 26, 1939, 110-114
Oklahoma Historical Society, Annual Meeting, May 11-12, 1939, 243-252
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of quarterly meeting, July 27, 1939, 349-351
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes Quarterly meeting of October 26, 1939, 453-456
"Oklahoma, Opening of, From the European Point of View," Translated and Edited by H. C. Peterson, 22-25
Oklahoma Territory, judicial organization of, 43
Osage (Indians), 76-86
Otey, The Rt. Rev. James Harvey, 266
Ottmann, The Rev. Gilbert Almon, 269
Outlaws, 299, 308
Owen, Thomas Horner, 119
Owen, Robert L., 296
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Paris (France) Le Figaro, in re the opening of Oklahoma in 1889, 22-24
Paris (France) Le Temps, 25
Parker, E. S., 368, 376
Park Hill, 405
Parrish, Prof. Edward, 385
Patrick, Samuel L., 67
Pawnee (Indians), 151-169
Pawnee (Indians), Probable origin of, 152
Pawnee (Indians), religious beliefs of, 155-156
Pawnee (Indians), villages and lodges, 159-160
"Pawnee Traditions and Customs," by Guy Rowley Moore, 151-169
Peery, Dan W., 35
Perryman, Cornelius, 55
Perryman, James, 55
Perryville, 312
Peterson, H. C., 22
Philips, Mr. and Mrs. Waite, 93
Phillips, Rev. ZeBarney Thorne, 336
Phillips, Leon C., 337
Pierce, The Rt. Rev. Henry Niles, 267
Pike, Brig. Gen. Albert, 148, 316n, 404
Pitchlynn, Peter P., 8, 13, 196-197
Polk, The Rt. Rev. Leonidas, 265
Ponca Indians, 77-80
Pontotoc Creek, 417
Preacher, Methodist, 13
Preacher, Cumberland Presbyterian, 15
Preacher, Presbyterian, 50
Presbyterian Manual Labor School, 60
"Problems of a Cherokee Principal Chief," by Harold Heith, 296-308
Pushmataha, General, 8-9
Pushmataha District, 10-11, 13-15
-Q-
"Quaker Administration of Indian Affairs in Oklahoma, The Beginning of," by Aubrey L. Steele, 364-392
Quesenbury, William, 401
-R-
"Railroad, Reconnoissance of H. L. Marvin, Chief Engineer of the Kansas Southern," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 212-228
Railroads, The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, 189-191
Railroads, Through Oklahoma, 212-228
Randels, Ralph E., 286
Raymond, Charles W., 459-460
"Reconnoissance of H. L. Marvin, Chief Engineer for the Kansas Southern Railroad in 1884," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 212-228
Rector, Gov. Henry M., 322
Rector, Supt. Elias, 402
Red River District, 10
Reedy, The Rev. James Jay, 270
Reid, Alex H., 195
Reid, Pearl, 416
Renfrow, Gov. William C., 73
Reynolds, Benjamin, 418
Richards, Agent, 388
Riley, Judge James, 204
Riley, Marie, 204
River, Neosho, 310
Robinson, A. A., 212
Robinson, Miss Ella, 413
"Rogers, Chief William Charles," by John Bartlett Meserve, 140-146
Rogers, Capt. John, 136
Rogers, Chas. Coody, 143
Rogers, Clem, 307
Rogers, Daniel, 26
Rogers, "The Statue of Will," by Paula McSpadden Love, 336-340
Rollin, Rev. David, 50
Ross, John Golden, 92
Ross, Chief John, 317, 322-327, 405-412
Ruede, Herman, 178
Rutherford, Samuel W., 401
-S-
Sager, Meta C., 184
Salt Springs on Grand River, 142
Salter, W. E., 88
Satank, 379
Satanta, 364ff
Saunders, The Rev. Albert Edward, 272
Sayre, Warren G., 63
Schmidt, Rev. John Renatus, 178
Scott, (Dr.) A. C., 36
Scroggs, J. W., 297
"Seay, Governor A. J., Autobiography of," Edited by Dan W. Peery, 35-47
Sequoyah, 337
Sheridan, Gen. P. H., 364
Sherman, Gen. W. T., 378
Silver City, 184
Siouan Indians, tribes of, 166
Skullyville Constitution, 15-16
Smallwood, Ben, 206
Smith, Clinton (White captive), 388
Society of Friends, 366ff
"Southwest Oil Boom Towns," by Gerald Forbes, 393-400
Sparrow, Edward, 403
Speed, Horace, 67
Spencer Mission, 445
"Springplace, New," by Vinson Lackey, 178-183
Starr, Belle, 416
"Statue of Will Rogers, The," by Paula McSpadden Love, 336-340
Steele, George W., 35, 68
Steele, Aubrey L., 364
Stockbridge Mission, 432n
Stuart, Capt. John, 135n
Stuart, Harry Lee, 260-261
Stumbling Bear, 380
Sun Dance, 80
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Tatum, Lawrie, 369ff
Texas Road, 309
Thomson, Louise, 328
Thurston, Rt. Rev. Theodore Payne, 270
Trickett, Dean, 315, 327n, 401
Toombs, Robert, 404
"Trinity Episcopal Church, Tulsa," by John Bartlett Meserve, 265-274
Tucker, Rev. Ever, 53
Tulsa Historical Society, 229
"Tulsa, Trinity Episcopal Church," by John Bartlett Meserve, 265-274
Tulsa (Okla.), oil town, 399
Turnbull, Turner B., 200
Tuscumbia, 417
Tuskahoma Female Institution, 4
Tuskahoma, Okla., 11
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Vammen, Reverend Mr., 180
Volger, Miles, 178
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Wade, Alfred, 16, 192
Wade, Thomas Lawrence, Jr., 460-462
Walker, Tandy, 192
Wapanucka, 275, 281
Watts, Fred G., 26
Wheelock Academy, 251, 441
White captives, 374ff
White Eagle (Ponca Indian Chief), 77
White Horse (Kiowa), 388
Whitham, Mrs. Louise M., 229
Wild horses, 84
Wilson, Alfred M., 62
Will Rogers Memorial Museum, 91
Williams, R. L., 3, 87, 212n, 251, 261n
Williams, W. G. (Caddo Bill), 184
Williams, Rev. Edward Rutledge, 255-256
Williams, The Rev. Everett E., 268
Winans, William, 13
"Woodward County, The Homesteader and the Development of," by Ralph E. Randels, 286-295
Worcester, Rev. Samuel A., 179
Wright, Allen, 199
Wright, James, 195


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