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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 19
1941
INDEX

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Abbay, George, 124
Abert, Lt. James William, 29-30
Abilene Cattle Trail, 138
Addington, J. P., 139
Aldridge, Jane McGee, 10
Alligator, a Seminole chief, 28
Alvord, Capt. Henry E., 137
American Historians, The Society of, 284
Ames, Susie M., "Book Review: Three Virginia Frontiers," 413
Annual Meeting of the Oklahoma Historical Society, 180-183
Arbuckle, General, 18-19, 124, 342
Arbuckle, Col. Matthew, 123, 126, 328
Archer, Col. T. B., 122
Ardmore (Okla.), 369
Arkansas Historical Association, 285
"Arkansas Territory: Miller County, The Frontier that Men Forgot," by Rex W. Strickland, 37-54
Armistead, Gen. W. R., 242
Armstrong Academy, 89, 315, 317
Armstrong, F. W., 123
Armstrong, Frank C., 208
Atoka County, Okla., 10
Atoka Treaty or Agreement, 208
Autry, Gene, 400
Aylesworth, A. L., 209
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Babcock, Sidney H., "John Jasper Methvin, 1846-1941," 113-118
Bacon Rind (Osage), Principal Chief, 77-78
Bad Axe, battle of, 15
Baird, Rev. R. A., 149
Baker, William E., 287
Ball, D. G., 88
Ballard, W. Joe, 298-299
Barbour, James, 40
Bare, Mrs. Vera Wignall, 287
Barry, William Nichols, 425-426
Battle of the Washita, 136
Battle of Adobe Walls, 138
Baxter, C. B., 149
Beall, Emma Louise, 113
Beall, W. O., 209
Bean, Col. Robert, 123
Bean, Lieut. Jesse, 129
Beardsley, W. L., and L. L., 152
Bearly, Fred D., 406
Beaver, County of Okla. Territory, 141
Beaver, town of, 151
Bent, Charles, 235
Bent's old trading post, 138
Benton, town of, 146
Berwyn, Okla., 400
Bigheart, James, 71
"Big Pasture," 140
Big Tree (Indian Chief), 136
Bird, F. W., 222
"Bixby, Tams," by Robert L. Williams, 205-212
Black Hawk, 236
Black Point, San Francisco Harbor, 36
Boggy Depot, 10, 316-317
Bolton, W. E. (Billy), 148
Bond, Dr. R. I., 222
Bonneville, Capt. B. L. E., 241, 342
Book Reviews: (A Pathfinder in the Southwest, Foreman.), 187
Book Reviews: (Women Tell the Story of the Southwest, Wooten.), 187-188
Book Reviews: (Hot Irons, Arnold-Hale.), 188-189
Book Reviews: (As Our Neighbors See Us: Readings in the Relations of the United States and Latin America, Reynolds.), 189-190
Book Reviews: (Teodoro de Croix and the Northern Frontier of Spain, 1776-1783, Thomas.), 190-191
Book Reviews: (Western America: The Exploration Settlement, and Development of the Region Beyond the Mississippi, Haven-Rister.), 191-192
Book Reviews: (Zachary Taylor: Soldier of the Republic, Hamilton.), 192-194
Book Reviews: (Papers in Illinois History and Transactions for the Year, 1939), 290
Book Reviews: (Elias Boudinot, Cherokee and His America, Gabriel.), 291-292
Book Reviews: (With Custer's Cavalry, Fougera.), 292-293
Book Reviews: (Oklahoma's Deficit, Weaver.), 293
Book Reviews: (The Longhorns, Dobie.), 294-295
Book Reviews: (Political and Social Growth of the American People, 1492-1865, Hockett.), 295
Book Reviews: (Narrative of the Coronado Expedition, 1540-1542, Hammond-Rey.), 407-408
Book Reviews: (Arkansas, a Guide to the State), 408-409
Book Reviews: (The Plains Indians and New Mexico, 1751-1778, Thomas.), 409
Book Reviews: (Diary and Letters of Josiah Gregg, Ed. by Fulton.), 411
Book Reviews: (Red Carolinians, Milling.), 411-412
Book Reviews: (America's Economic Growth, Shannon.), 413
Book Reviews: (Three Virginia Frontiers, Abernethy.), 413-414
Book Reviews: (Pascua, A Yaqui Indian Villiage in Arizona, Spicer.), 415-416
Book Reviews: (Acculturation of Seven Indian Tribes, Lenton.), 416-418
Book Reviews: (The First Michigan Frontier, Goodrich.), 418-419
Book Reviews: (Lookout: The Story of a Mountain, Walker.), 419-420
Book Reviews: (Boys Life of Will Rogers, Keith.), 420
Book Reviews: (Pioneers in American Anthropology: The Bandelier-Morgan Letters, 1873-1883, White.), 421
"Boone, Nathan," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 322-347
Boone, Capt. Nathan, 124
Boone, Col. Albert Gallatin, 136
Bradford, William, 40
Branch, Supt. H. B., 55
Breckinridge, Maj. Clifton R., 208
Bronstrup Press, 142
Brooke, Francis J., 231
Brown, E. E., 142ff
Brown, C. E., 151
Browne, Capt. Jesse B., 331
Buckley, Joe L., 150
Buell, Gen. Don Carlos, 36
Buell, Mrs. J. Garfield, 182, 186
Buell, J. Garfield, 399
Buford, Sarah Eunice, 245
Burbank, Lt. Col. Sullivan, 21, 124
Burnett, S. B., 139
Burney, Annie, 216
Butler College, 113
Butler, Gov. Pierce M., 28-29, 338, 340
Byrd, William L., 11
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Cabiness, Thomas B., 207
Cache Creek, Clear Fork of, 134
Caldwell, Norman W., "The Red River Raft," 253-268
Calhoun, John C., 226
California, State of, 30-31
California, discovery of gold in, 32-34, 131
Calloway, Thomas, 138
Camp Illinois, 26
Camp Supply, 136
Campbell, Charles D., 181
Capron, Allyn K., 400
Carr, Judge (William C.?), 124
Carson, Kit, 32
Carter, Joe D., 147
Carter, J. F., 150
"Carter County, 1913-17, Transportation in," by Gilbert L. Robinson, 368-376
Cass, Lewis, 19
Catlin, George, 17
Cattle business, 139, 141
Chambers, Homer S., "Townsite Promotion in Early Oklahoma," 162-165
Chapman, Dr. B. B., "Book Review," 190, 287
Chapman, Dr. B. B., "The Final Report of the Cherokee Commission," 356
Cheek, Jesse, 40
"Cherokee Commission, The Final Report of the," by Berlin B. Chapman, 356-367
Cherokee Female Seminary, 99
Cherokee Indians, 3-9, 25, 88, 122, 205-212, 348ff, 356, 381-396
Cherokee Strip Celebration, 1940, 101
Cherokee Strip Celebration, 1941, 397
Chickasaw Indians, 10-13, 83, 91, 131, 205-212, 381-396
Chickasaw Nation, 131
"Chief Allen Wright," by John Bartlett Meserve, 314-321
Chief Buffalo Hump (Comanche), 132
Choctaw Indians, 38ff, 83, 91, 113, 131, 205-212, 381-396
Choctaw Treaty, 37
Choctaw Indian Nation, 113
Choctaw Academy, 217n
Choctaw Nation, 221, 269, 317
Choctaw Telegraph, The, 83
Christy, Lucy, 217
Church, Methodist Episcopal, 113, 221
Church, Presbyterian, 316
"Civil War in the Indian Territory, 1862, The," by Dean Trickett, 55-69, 381-396
Clarksville, Texas, 85-86
Clemson, Capt. Eli B., 324
Cleveland, President, proclamation of, 141
Cleveland Democratic Club, 222
Clinton Daily News, 185
Clough, Miss Eunice, 315
Coacooche (Wile Cat), 28
Coffee, Holland, 91-92
Collier, Hon. Vincent, 137
Colonial Dames of America, National Society of the, 99, 402
Connor, Bill, 29
Constitutional Convention, 310
Conway, Henry, 39
Conway, Gov. James S., 84
Cook, Ed, 138
Cooke, of Virginia, 23n
Cooke, Col. Phillip St. George, 31
Cooper, Douglas H., 100
Cooper, Peter, 137
Court of Inquiry, 21-25
Cox, A. W., 153
Craig, James, 327
Creek County Historical Society, 404
Creek Indians, 58, 205-212, 381-396
Creek, Sweet Water, 136
Crimmins, Col. Martin L., 400
Crockett, Mrs. Elizabeth R., 312
Cross Plains, Ky., 322
Cross Timbers, 18
Culwell, J. W., 151
Cummings, Major, 40-41
Cummings, Maj. A., 122
Custer, General, 136
Cutler, George W., 63
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D. A. R. museum, 401
Daves, Noah, 145
Davis, Jefferson, 15-17, 243
Davison, T. H., 150
Dawes, Henry L., 207
Dawes Commission, 219
Debo, Angie, "Book Reveiw: Red Carolinians," 411-412
Delano, Lorenzo, 84
Delaware Indians, 29, 44, 57
Delaware College, 315
DeMorse, Charles, 82-93, 275
Denny, J. J., 149
Dickson, Bob, 152
Doaksville, 83, 88
Doaksville Convention, 317
Dodge, Col. Henry, 15-16, 328, 329ff
Dole, William P., 55-56
Doyle, Judge Thomas H., 182
Draper, Dr. Lyman C., 345
Drummond, Wilbert I. and I. S., 145
Drummond, Franz S., 146, 148
Drummond, George, 146
Drury, Susanna, 225
Dukes, Joseph, 315
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Eagletown, Okla., 217
"Early History of the Grain Business of Oklahoma," by E. H. Linzee, 166-169
Eldridge, E. E., 144
El Reno American, 185
Emory, Major, 133
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Fairchild, Gen. Lucius, 139, 356
Fant, George, 138
Faris, E. N., 149
Fauntleroy, Col. Thomas F. (T.), 244, 344
Fischer, J. S., 151n, 152
Fitch, C. H., 208
Five Civilized Tribes, 206
Fluhart, H. P., 150
Forbes, Gerald, "History of the Osage Blanket Lease," 70-81
Ford, William Duncan, 108-109
Ford, Capt. John S., 133
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, "General Richard Barnes Mason," 14-36
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, "Colonel James B. Many, Commandant at Fort Gibson, Fort Towson and Fort Smith," 119-128
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, "General Bennett Riley," 225-244, 291
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, "Nathan Boone," 322-347, 400
Foreman, Grant, "HIstorical Background of the Kiowa Comanche Reservation," 129-140, 181
Foreman, Grant, "Book Review—Zachary Taylor; Soldier of the Republic, Hamilton," 192-194, 287, 290, 400
Foreman, Grant, "Book Review: Arkansas, a Guide to the State," 408-409
Foreman, Grant, "Book Review: Diary and Letters of Josiah Gregg," 410
Forsyth, Benjamin, 238n
Forts, Army, 14-36, 37-54, 119-128, 129-140, 225-244, 255, 275, 322-347, 381-396
Fort Arbuckle, 132-140
Fort Atkinson, 133
Fort Belknap, 131
Fort Cobb, 136-140
Fort Coffee, 334
Fort Concho, 138
Fort Crawford, 15
Fort Des Moines, 20-21, 334
Fort Dodge, 138
Fort Gibson, 14-36, 119-128, 129-130, 225-244, 255, 328, 352
Fort Leavenworth, 131, 135, 138, 226, 335
Fort Madison, 225
Fort Osage, 325
Fort Radziminski, 132
Fort Sill, 129-140, 181-182, 402
Fort Smith, 132, 275-276
Fort Snelling, 335
Fort Sutter, 33
Fort Towson, 37, 84, 86-87, 91, 119, 221, 225, 275
Fort Washita, 84, 91, 132
Fort Wayne, 26
Foster, Henry, 70
Foster, Edwin B., 71
" 'Friends' among the Seminole," by Alexander Spoehr, 252
Fry, William, 314
Fuston, Dr. Henry Buchanan, 424-425
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Gaines, Gen. Edmund P., 25
Galbraith, Mrs. C. A., 289
Gallaway, Paul Martin, 426-427
Galloway, Charles A., 92
Galloway, Bishop Charles B., 114-115
"Gardner, Chief Jefferson," by John Bartlett Meserve, 213, 216-220
Garfield County Historical Society, 405
Gavin, T. Austin, 287
Gay, Extus Leroy, 146
"General Richard Barnes Mason," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 14-36
"General Bennett Riley," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 225-244
"George Buchanan Noble," by Robert L. Williams, 221-224
Georgia (State of), 113
Gibson, Nathan Adams, 297-298
Gidney, Samuel E., 428-429
Gilbert, Lauretta, 248
Gillespie, F. A., 77
Gillis, Miss Mabel R., 36n
Gleason, Elsie Cady, "Newspapers of the Panhandle of Oklahoma, 1886-1940," 141-161
Glisan, Rodney, 35
Goforth, W. V., 150
Gooding, G. C., 84, 87
"Governor William Malcolm Guy," by John Bartlett Meserve, 10-13
"Grain Business in Oklahoma, Early History of the," by E. H. Linzee, 166-169
Granberry, Bishop John C., 114
Grant, President, 135
Grant, V. M., 150
Grant County Historical Society, 184-185
Gravett, Ella Todd, 246
Grierson, Benjamin H., 137
Griffith, G. W., 150
Greer County Celebration, 1940, 101
Gunsberg, David, 77
Guthrie Daily Leader, 186
Guthrie, town of, 357
"Guy, Governor William Malcolm," by John Bartlett Meserve, 10-13
"Guymon, town of, 148-149, 186
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Hale, Tom, 289
Halleck, Lt. Henry W., 32, 58
Hamer, P. M., 36n
Hamon, Jake, 371-373
Hanks, James, 40
Hanscom, Aaron, 40
Hardesty, town of, 141
Harper, Richard H., "Missionary Work of Reformed (Dutch) Church in America, in Oklahoma," 170-179
Harris, Elizabeth Oxbury, and Cyrus, 10
Harrison, Thomas J., 286
Hartranft, John F., 139, 356
Haskell, Reuel, 288
Hastings, William Wirt, 4
Hatchett, Dr. John A., 299-300
Hawkins, Mrs. Edgar M., 287
"Hayes, Judge Samuel W.," by D. A. Richardson, 309-313
Hayworth, J. M., 138
Hazen, Captain, 136
Healdton (Okla.), 374
Healy, Mrs. Frank Belle, 150
Healy, George H., 151
Henley, E. E., 144
Hennessey, Pat, 138
Herring, C. T., 139
Hicks, Abijah, 350
Hicks, Herbert Worcester, 349n
Hill, H. W., 150
Historical Markers, 186, 286, 348
"Historical Notes," Edited by James W. Moffitt, 99-103, 180-186, 284-289, 399-406
Historical Research, Institute of, 399
Hitchcock, Col. Ethan Allen, 26-27, 242
Hitchcock, Lieut. Col., 127
Hitchcock, Dr. D. D., 352
Hitchcock, "Life of Mrs. Hannah Worcester Hicks," by Muriel H. Wright, 348-355
Hodge, J. C., 145
Holliday, Pearl, 152
Holman, H. M., 151
Holmes, Camp, 18
Honey Springs, monument erected to Battle of, 100
Hood, John B., 132
Hooker, town of, 148-149
Houston, Pres. Sam, 82
Houston, General, 126
Hove, Elizabeth Mary Ann Barnes, 14
Hubbart, H. H., 153
Humphrey, Mrs. Myron E., 402
Hunter, Gen. David, 58-69
Hurley, Hon. Patrick J., 216
Hurst, Judge Homer S., 289
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Indians, Apache, 114, 116
Indians, Arapaho, 114
Indians, Caddo, 114
Indians, Cherokee, 3-9, 25, 88, 122, 205-212, 348ff
Indians, Chickasaw, 10-13, 83, 91, 131, 205-212, 359
Indians, Chippewa, 55
Indians, Choctaw, 38ff, 83, 91, 113, 131, 205-212, 213-224, 314-321, 359
Indians, Comanche, 114, 116, 124, 129-140
Indians, Comanches and Pawnee Picts, 17
Indians, Creek, 58, 205-212
Indians, Delaware, 29, 44, 57
Indians, Kansas and Nebraska, 55-56
Indians, Kiowa, 116, 124, 129-140
Indians, of the Brazos in Texas, 134
Indians, Osage, 18-19, 44-45, 70-81, 114, 120, 323-326
Indians, Pawnee, 125
Indians, Plains, 17, 139
Indians, Prairie, 227
Indians, Sauk (Sac) and Fox, 114, 136, 326
Indians, Sauk (Sac) and Fox, and the Sioux, 15
Indians, Seminole, 28, 69, 114, 205-212, 252, 377-380
Indians, tribes of, 322ff
Indians, Western, 18
Indians, Wichita, 130
Indian Commission, 28-29, 139, 205
Indian Agencies, 139
Indian Removal Bill, 129
Indian Exposition, American, 1940, 102
Indian Mission Conference, 113-118
Indian Towns, 377
Indian tribes, 381-396
Indian Territory, 130, 207
Indian Territory school, 221
Indian Territory, "The Civil War in the," by Dean Trickett, 55-69, 381-396
I. T. I. O., 72-75, 78-80
Ishtemahilvbi, 314
Izard, James Farley, 23n, 332
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Jackson, Andrew, 129
Jackson, Jacob B., 218
James, Abbie, 216
Jefferson Barracks, 15, 35, 131, 328
Jenkins, C. F., 147
Jesup, Cantonment, 122
Jesup, Fort, 127
Johnston, Col. Albert Sidney, 132
Johnston, Gen., 385
Jones, Robert (M.), 87, 272, 277, 286
Jones, Adjutant General Roger, 126, 341
Jones, Chief Wilson N., 216
Jonesborough, 37, 87
"Journalism, The Father of Texas," 82
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Kansas (State of), 55-69, 70, 135-136, 141
Kearney, Stephen Watts, 15, 31, 328ff
Kemp, E. R., 77
Kenton, town of, 141
Kerr, J. E., 150
"Kerr, William Samuel," by Laura M. Messenbaugh, 250-251
Kidd, Meredith H., 207
Kimball, A. L., 153
King, J. Berry, "Judge William Pressley Thompson," 3-9
Kingfisher Ranch, 138
Kingman, Eugene, 286, 403
Kingman, Elizabeth Y., "Book Review," 421
Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, 316
"Kiowa-Comanche Reservation, Historical Background of the," by Grant Foreman, 129-140
Korn, Mrs. Frank, 400
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Lamar, Pres. Mirabeau B., 82
Lane, Senator, of Kansas, 56
Latimer County Historical Society, 103
Latimer, Hon. J. S., 406
Lea, Lt. Albert Miller, 333
Leased District, 135
Leavenworth, Kans., 63
Leavenworth, Cantonment, 226
Leavenworth, Brev. Brig. Gen. Henry, 126, 226
Lee, Robert E., 132
Lee, Lieut. Fitzhugh, 133
LeFlore, Mary, 213
Lewis, Anna, "Book Review," 416-418
Lexington, Okla., 130
Lindley, Dr. J. R., 147
Lindsey, Maggie, 13
Linzee, E. H., "Early History of the Grain Business in Oklahoma," 166-169
Litton, Gaston L., 286
Livzey, William E., "Book Review," 413
Lone Wolf, Kiowa Chief, 140
Loomis, Col. Gustavus, 30
Lynch, John, 6
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Mackenzie, Gen. R. S., 138
Magnolia Pipe Line Company, 375
"Many, Colonel James B., Commandant at Fort Gibson, Fort Towson and Fort Smith," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 119-128
Many, Lt. Col. James B., 328
Marland, E. W., 77
"Mason, General Richard Barnes," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 14-36, 225
Mason, Margaret (Turner), 36
Mason, Col. Richard B., 328, 341
Maynard, J. S., 150
Meserve, John Bartlett, "Governor William Malcolm Guy," 10-13
Meserve, John Bartlett, "Chief Benjamin Franklin Smallwood and Chief Jefferson Gardner," 216-220
Meserve, John Bartlett, "Chief Allen Wright," 314-321
Messenbaugh, Laura M., "William Samuel Kerr," 250-251
"Methvin, John Jasper," by Sidney H. Babcock, 113-118
Mexico, independence of, 82
Mexico, Treaty with, 131
Miami (Okla.), 185
Milam, J. B., 400
Miles, Lieut. Dixon S., 123
Miles, Gen. Nelson A., 138-139
"Miller County, Arkansas Territory: The Frontier that Men Forgot," by Rex W. Strickland, 37-54
"Missionary Work of the Reformed (Dutch) Church in America, in Oklahoma," by Richard H. Harper, 170-179
Missionary to the Western tribes, 115
Mississippi (State of), 213, 314
Mississippi Valley Historical Association, 180
Missouri Territory of, 38
Missouri, State of, 57, 322
Mitchell, Miss Harriet Newell, 316
Moffitt, Jesse S., 149
Moffitt, James W., "Historical Notes," 180, 284, 399-406
Moffitt, James W., "Book Review," 191-192
Monterey (Calif.), 32-34
Montgomery, Alexander B., 207
Mooney, James, 140
Moore, Mrs. Jessie E., 287
Moore, Elzey W., 300-301
Morehouse, Edwin, 82
Morris, Elizabeth Clyde, 6
Morrison, James D., "Notes from The Northern Standard, 1842-1849," 82-93, 269-283
Morse, Charles Denny (Charles De), 82
Mountains, Wichita, 130-131
Muldrow, H. L., 182, 287
Murr, D. J., 149
Murrow, Rev. Joseph Samuel, 287
Museum Service, Statewide, 405
Muskogee (Okla.) Daily Phoenix, 211
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McCall, Maj. Gen. George A., 27, 127
McCash, Isaac Newton, "George Rainey," 248
McClellan, General, 58
McConnell, J. C., 149
McCulloch, General, 383ff
McCurtain, Chief Jackson F., and Edmund, 213
McCurtain, Green, 219
McCurtain, Mrs. Jackson F., 219
McGee, Malcolm, 10
McIntosh, Col. James, 385
McKennon, Archibald S., 207
McKissick, A. H., 133
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"Nathan Boone," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 322-347
Needles, Thomas B., 208
Net Proceeds Claim, 215
New Hope Seminary, 114
Newell, Dr. Everett G., 422
Newman, W. B., 152
New Mexico, State of, 141
"Newspapers of the Panhandle of Oklahoma, 1886-1940," by Elsie Cady Gleason, 141-161
Newspaper editor, 205
Nichols, J. B., 146
Nipper, F. S., 152
"Noble, George Buchanan," by Robert L. Williams, 221-224
No Man's Land, 141ff
No Man's Land Historical Society, 403
Norman (Okla.), 130
"Northern Standard, Notes from "The," Edited by James D. Morrisson, 82-93, 269-283
Northrop, Lt. L. B., 21
Nourse, Maj. Charles I., 15
Norvell, Judge Almer S., 288
"Notes and Documents," 82-98
"Notes on the Life of Mars. Hannah Worcester Hicks Hitchcock and the Park Hill Press," by Muriel H. Wright, 348-355
Nott, Dr. Eliphalet, 316
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O'Hara, Theodore, 132
Oil development in the Osage Reservation, 70-81
Oil development in Oklahoma, 368-376
Okemah Daily Leader, 185
Oklahoma City, 130
Oklahoma Historical Society, Annual meeting of the, 180-183
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of the January, 1941, board of directors meeting of the, 104-105
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of the Annual Meeting of the, 195-201
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of the July, 1941, meeting of board of directors of the, 302-305, 399
Oklahoma Historical Society, visitors to, 400
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of the October 23, 1941, board of directors meeting of the, 430-433
"Oklahoma Historical Society and the Tulsa Historical Society of Central High School, Cooperation between the," by Louise Whitham, 94-98
Oklahoma State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, 183
"Oklahoma Seminole Towns," by Alexander Spoehr, 377-380
Oklahoma Territory, opening, 139
Oklahoma Territory, established, 141
Okmulgee, council at, 137
Old Settlers Association, 1940, annual meeting, 103
Opothleyoholo, 55, 64
Orr, Miss Jimmie Blanche, 246
Orr, Ann, 349
"Osage Blanket Lease, History of the," by Gerald Forbes, 70-81
Osage County, Okla., 76
Osage Oil Co., 72
Oskison, John, "Book Review: A Pathfinder in the Southwest," 287
Otter Creek, 132
Owen, Robert L., 4
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"Panhandle of Oklahoma, The Newspapers of the," by Elsie Cady Gleason, 141-161
Park Hill, 99, 348ff
Parr, C. M., 152
Parrott, Gen. James C., 31, 334
Payne, George F., 145
Payne County Historical Society, 183-184
Peace Commission, 134
Pecan Point, 37, 122
Pentland, Joseph, 230n
Philbrook Art Museum, 286, 403
Phoenix Oil Company, 71
Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 119-120
Pike, Gen. Albert, 381ff
Pinkney, Col. N., 15
Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.), 212
"Pioneer Woman Statue, Program at the," by H. L. Schall, 397-398
Pittman, Charles Holland, 422
Poinsett, Joel Roberts, Secretary of War, 242
Political situation in Miller County, Arkansas Territory, 37-54
Political situation in Choctaw Nation, 316
Pontotoc County Historical Society, 184
Poole, Miss Ida, 309
Posts, early Army, 14-36, 119-128, 225-244, 322-347
Potts, Rev. R. D., 89
Pratt, Gen. R. H., 287
Printing Press, Park Hill, 348-355
Printing Press, Ramage, 142
Putnam, H. E. G., 151
Pytchlyn, Miss M., 87
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Quinn, R. B., 142, 146
Quinn, W. T. and E. B., 152
"Quarles, James Jones," by Robert L. Williams, 245-247
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Railroad, A. T. & S. F., 374
Railroad, M. K. & T., 137
Railroad, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Pacific, 368
Railroad, Rock Island, 141, 148
Railroad, Union Pacific, 135
Raines, Austin J., 19
"Rainey, George," by Isaac Newton McCash, 248-249
Raft Convention, 273
Ramage Press, 142
Ramsdell, Dr. Charles W., 83n
Ray, Mrs. Robert J., 288
Read, J. G., 88
Red Eagle (Osage), Assistant chief, 78
"Red River Raft, The," by Norman W. Caldwell, 253-268
Red River, 37-38, 40, 122, 253-268
Reservations, Indian, 356, 358
Richardson, D. A., "Judge Samuel W. Hayes," 309-313
Riley, Col. Bennett, 35
Riley, "General Bennett," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 225-244
Riley, Edward B. D., 237n
Ringling (Okla.), 369
River, Arkansas, 38, 71, 130
River, Blue and Washita, 124, 134
River, Canadian, 124
River, Des Moines, 331
River, Kiamichi, 38
River, Poteau, 38
River, Sabine, 122, 127
River, Red, 37-40, 122, 127, 253-268
Robertson, J. A., 148
Robeson Choctaw Indian School, 221
Robinson, Gilbert L., "Transporation in Carter County, 1913-1917," 368-376
Ross, John, 26, 99
Ross, Lieut. Richard H., 123
Rosser, Malcolm E., 223
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Sabin, Edwin L., 228
Sandlin, Joel Mason, 106
Sanford, town of, 148
San Jacinto, 82
Satank, 137
Satanta, 137
Savage, John W., 151
Sayre, Warren G., 356
Schall, J. L., "Program at the Pioneer Woman Statue," 397-398
Scroogins, J. W., 150
Searight, Joseph Donaldson, 230n
Seaton, Lt. Augustine F., 18
Seminole Academy, 115
Seminole Indians, 28, 69, 114, 205-212, 252, 377-380
Sequoyah Shrine, 287
Sevier, Robert, 233
Shannon, William, 40
Shawneetown, 213
Sheridan, Gen. Philip H., 135
Sherman, Gen. William Tecumseh, 30, 32, 137
Shields, J. Henry, 149
Shreve, Capt. Henry M., 257
Shuler, Dr. James Lafayette, 423-424
Sill, Gen. Joshua W., 136
Sill, Fort, 129-140, 181-182, 402
Simmons, Lt. S. G., 21
Sinclair, Harry, 77
Sipes, Jasper, 182, 288
Skullyville Constitution, 316
"Smallwood, Chief Benjamin Franklin," by John Bartlett Meserve, 213-216
Smith, Edmond Kirby, 132
Smith, A. J. R., 152
Smith, Col. Thomas A., 226
Spaniard, Polly, 29
Spencer Academy, 217
Spoehr, Alexander, " 'Friends' among the Seminole," 252
Spoehr, Alexander, "Oklahoma Seminole Towns," 377-380
Stalcup, Memora, 223
Stambaugh, Col. S. C., 124
Stanley, Gen. David S., 400
Standard, The Northern, 84n
Starr, Bean, 342
Statewide Museum Service, 405
Stephens County Historical Society, 405
Stevens, Arthur J., 152
Stevenson, Col. J. D., 30
Stokes, Gov. Montfort, 18-19, 25, 129, 338
Strickland, Rex W., "Miller County, Arkansas Territory: the Frontier that men Forgot," 37-54
Stuart, Capt. John, 123
Sugg, E. C., 139
Sumner, Capt. Edwin V., 331
Sutter, John A., 32
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Tahlequah (Okla.), 4-5
Tatum, Laurie (Indian Agent), 137
Taylor, Zachary, 87, 338
Territory of Arkansas, 37
Texas, Republic of, 82-93, 130
Texas, State of, 141
Texas, Jack County, 309
Thoburn, Dr. Joseph B., 288
Thomas, George H., 132, 134
Thomas, Maud O., 148
"Thompson, Judge William Pressley," by J. Berry King, 3-9
Thompson, Mrs. Emmett, 400
Tillman County (Okla.), 132
Times Democrat (Muskogee), 211
Tooker, L. B., 152
"Townsite Promotion in Early Oklahoma," by Homer S. Chambers, 162-165
Tracy, F. C., 152
"Transportation in Carter County, 1913-1917," by Gilbert L. Robinson, 368-376
Travis, Charles E., 132
Treaty of 1832, 242
Trenor, Maj. Eustace, 344
Tribes (Indian), Western, 114-118, 129-140
Tribes, Five Civilized, 205-212
Trickett, Dean, "The Civil War in the Indian Territory, 1862," 55-69, 381-396
Tulsa (Okla.), 130
Tulsa Historical Society of Central High School, 94-98
Tyler, Don, 288
Tyler, President, 341
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United Daughters of the Confederacy, General Forrest Chapter of the, 100
Union College, 315
Uniion Mission, 348-355
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Van Bibber, Olive, 322
Van Bibber, Mathias, 323
Vanderbilt University, 5
Van Dorn, Earl, 132-133
Van Dorn, Maj. Gen., 382ff
Van Swearinger, Joseph, 231n
Vose, Lieut. Col. I. H., 125
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Wagoner, D., 139
War, Black Hawk, 15
War, Civil, 3, 10, 14, 55-69, 100, 134
War, Florida, 10
"War in the Indian Territory, 1862, The Civil," by Dean trickett, 55-69, 381-396
Washington County Library Association, 288
Waters, George Washington, 231n
Watkins, William, 138
Western Indians, 135
Wharton, Maj. Clifton, 21
Wharton, Capt., 126
Wharton, Lt. Col., 344
Whitham, Louise, "Cooperation between the Oklahoma Historical Society and the Tulsa Historical Society of Central High School," 94-98
White, P. J., 77
Whistler, Colonel, 241
Wickliffe, William N., 229n
Wikoss, Louis A., 147
Wild game, 131
Wiles, Bernidine, 152
Wiley, M. G., 149
Willhour, W. H., 152
Williams, Robert L., "Tams Bixby," 205-212
Williams, Robert L., "George Buchanan Noble," 221-224
Williams, Robert L., "James Jones Quarles," 245-247
"William Samuel Kerr," by Laura M. Messenbaugh, 250-251
Willock, Lucy Taylor, 221
Willstaedt, Lambert, 146
Wilson, Judge Alfred, 139, 356
Wolfe, Jonas, 11
Worcester, Rev. Samuel Austin, 99, 348ff
Worth, Col. W. J., 242
Wright, Claiborne, 40
Wright, C. R., 145
Wright, Dr. E. N., 219
Wright, John Henry, 106-108
Wright, J. Porter, 149
Wright, Maggie E., 250
Wright, Muriel H., 348
"Wright, Chief Allen," by John Bartlett Meserve, 314-321
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Young, Brev. Maj. Nathaniel, 21
Young, Capt., 122
Young, Ewing, 235
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Zimmerman, Warren, 148


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