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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 10
1932
INDEX

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Abilene, Kan. 331, 333, 334 n, 336 n, 345
Ada, Okla. 158
Adams, Daniel 246
Adams, Mrs. Daniel 246
Adams, Spencer B. 264
Adams, Thomas 60
Adams, T. J. 70 n
Affie, Tex. 538
Agency Hill, Muskogee 15
Alabama 34, 54, 85, 172, 258, 312, 314, 315, 318, 320, 322, 325, 393, 486, 593
Albion, Okla. 283
Alexander, George A. 73
Alfalfa County, Okla. 480
Algonquian, Illinois dialect of 393 n
Alikchi, Choctaw Nation 510
Allen, Okla. 285
Allen, Soloman 88
Alligator, Seminole Chief 236
Allotment of lands 32, 54, 62 n, 72-75, 278, 279
Altamaha river 311
Alva Pioneer 136, 137 n
American Antiquarian Society 7
American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions 250 n
American Ethnology, Bureau of 392, 394 n, 400 n
American Fur Company 249
American Legion 9
Amos, Thomas, Choctaw Indian 501, 505
Anadarko, Okla. 64, 159, 207 n, 370 n
Anderson, Miss. 34
Anderson, Anna M. 8
Anderson, Capt. John 228
Anderson, Mabel Washbourne 540
Anderson, W. N. 256
Andersonville Prison 521
Andrews, Maj. George 224, 226
Andrews, Guy L. 602
Antelope Hills 36
Antlers, Okla. 502, 514
Apache (Indians) 207, 209, 211
Apalachicola river 172
Apehkah, Choctaw settlement 502
Arapaho Argus 608
Arapaho Bee 588
Arapaho (Indians) 25, 27, 64, 339, 348, 350, 352, 353, 363, 364, 522-526, 534 n, 557, 571-573, 576-578, 580
Arapaho Indian School 355, 359-361
Arbuckle, Col. Matthew 10, 318, 427, 428, 484, 485, 553, 554
Arbuckle mountains 201
Arcadia, Okla. 432
Ardmore, Okla. 282, 466, 528 n, 617
Arkansas 45, 48, 95, 106, 231, 248, 258, 260, 334 n, 393, 429, 486, 492, 496-498, 505, 545, 561, 562, 600, 611
Arkansas Gazette 484, 486, 496 n
Arkansas Intelligencer 114 n
Arkansas Legislature 554
Arkansas river 13, 21, 22, 26, 32, 60, 87, 99, 225 n, 229, 232-234, 256, 257, 319, 330 n, 336-338, 393, 427-430, 462, 477-479, 481-485, 497, 535 n, 550, 573
Arkansas Territory 483
Arkansas Third Territorial Legislature 553
Arkansas, western boundary of 327, 328
Arkansas City, Kan. 116 n, 117-121, 129
Armstrong Academy 267, 277, 386, 518
Armstrong Battery 47
Armstrong, Captain 46
Armstrong, William H. 78, 87, 88, 90, 98-100, 104, 106, 232, 304, 518
Arms, Miss 224, 255
Arnold, Lieut. 132
Artussee, Creek settlement 57 n
Asp, Henry E. 196
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railorad 336 n, 345, 368
Atkinson, Gen. Henry 329 n
Atkinson, J. S. 18, 33
Atkinson, J. S. & Parkinson store 22
Atkinson river 329
Atoka, Agreement 281, 389
Atoka, Oklahoma 269, 273, 276, 281, 384 n, 389, 509, 614
Atuchinvbbi, Choctaw Indian 511
Austin, Col. 32
Austin, John 508
Avery, Miss, teacher at Park Hill Mission 238
Aydelotte, James Monroe 300-302
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Bailey, Benjamin 33
Bailey, Deroos 610-611
Baker, B.B.R., Seneca Indian Agent 246
Bald Hills 23
Baldwin, Dr. John Hale 148
Balenti, Mrs. Bell, Cheyenne Indian 587-590
Balenti, Mike 589
Ballinger & Lee, attorneys 265
Ballenger, T.L. 461, 463
Banking, Territorial Law 40, 42
Banking, Member of Board 42
Baptist Mission School and printing press 254
Barker, Rev. Mr. 254
Barnett, David, Creek chief 94, 95
Barnett, Doc 30, 31
Barnett, Lucy, second wife of Isparhecher 71
Barren Fork, skirmish at 56,
Barren Fork, mission on 245 n
Bartlesville, Okla. 466
Bartlett, Rev. W.A. 71
Bates, Capt. John C. 64
Battle Creek 62
Battle of New Orleans 506
Baxter Springs, Kan. 46
Baylis, Dr. 226
Baylor, J.R. 256
Bayou, Menard 236 n
Bay of St. Louis, Miss. 326
Beach, Miss Phoebe 251 n
Bean, Capt. Jesse 429, 430
Bean, Mark and Richard H. 483
Bean Salt Works 484, 485
Bean-Webber Salt Works 486
Bear Creek 432
Beatte, Pierre 428-431
Beattie's prairie 245, 256
Beggs, Okla. 54, 56, 58, 71
Belcher, Capt. 28
Belger, Adj. James 236
Belknap, Col. 327
Bell, Capt. John 483
Bell, Sarah, Col. Jim and Jack 543
Bemo, John, Seminole Indian 235
Benedict, Dr. H.T.N., physician Choctaw Academy 89, 90, 92, 93
Benedict, Inspector 69 n
Benedict, John D. 389, 390
Bennington, Choctaw school at 223 n
Benson, Henry C., first teacher at Forst Coffee Academy 225 n, 232 n, 255
Benson, Mrs. Henry C. 232 n
Bent, George 534, 535
Bent, Col. William W., fur trader 535 n
Bent's Fort 535 n
Bernice, Okla. 546
Berryman, Rev. J.C. 253
Beth-a-bara Mission School 507-509, 512
Bethel, Okla. 514
Big Mouth, Arapaho chief 525, 577, 581, 583
Big Horse, Cheyenne chief 364
Billy, Jim, Choctaw Indian 501
Birch, Capt. 219 n
Bird Chief, Arapaho chief 577
Bird Creek 545
Black Beaver, Delaware Indian 26
Black Coat, death of 85
Black Hawk War 356, 429
Black Kettle, Cheyenne Indian 573, 579
Black Kettle, fight 536 n, 537 n
Blackwell, Okla. 130
Blaine County, Gypsum Hills of 199
Blaine, James G. 32, 551
Balir's Battery 47
Blake Brothers 350 n
Blakeney, R.Q. 290
Bluff Creek 337
Bob, Joseph, Choctaw Indian 505
Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation 48, 267, 269, 270, 272, 499, 502, 517
Boggy River 255, 270, 499
Boggy River, Clear 276, 282
Bohannon Spring 507
Bokchito, Choctaw Nation 277
Boley, Okla. 62
Bolton, William E. ("Billy") 40
Bonneville, Capt. Benjamin Louis Eulalie de 326-328, 329 n, 330, 484, 485
Bonneville, Capt. Benjamin Louis Eulalie de, an unpublished report by 326-330
Bonneville, Capt. Benjamin Louis Eulalie de, The adventures of 327
Bon Ton, Choctaw Nation 510
Book of the American Indians, The 571
Book Reviews 138-139, 434-437, 592-596
"Boomer" movement 332 n, 333 n
Boone, Col. Albert Gallatin 535 n
Boone, Capt. Nathan 480
Boktuklo County, Choctaw Nation 512, 515
Boudinot, Elias, Cherokee Indian 238, 491, 541-543
Boudinot, Dr. Elias 542
Boyd, President, Oklahoma University 196-198
Bradford, Maj. William 483, 554
Braggs, Okla. 30
Brainard, Thomas 83
Brainerd Mission 13, 138, 139
Branham, Dr. Edward L. 78, 86, 90
Brearley, Col. David, Indian Agent 319
Brewer, Mrs. Anna L. 603
Brewer, Philip Doddridge 455, 456, 600-603
Brewer, Elijah, Choctaw Indian 502
Brigham, Mrs. George F. 8
Bristow, Okla. 460
Broken Bow, Okla. 511, 512, 514
Brookings, A., Inspector of Choctaw Academy 83 n
Brough, Charles Hillman, Ex-Governor of Arkansas 5
Brown, Alex 85, 496
Brown, Catherine 139
Brown, Elmer E. 290
Brown, Roland 73
Browne, William E. 452, 453
Browning, Rev. Mr. 255
Browning, Rev. Wesley 233
Brownlee, Senator 469
Bruce, Robert 595
Bruner, Richmond 59 n
Bryan, Joel M 495, 496
Bryan, Joel R. 491
Bryan salt works 475, 482, 492, 496
Buck Creek 501, 502
Buck Creek Church 502
Buck Horn, The, Perry, Okla. 127
Bucklin, George 198
Buckskin, Joe 332
Buffalo 336, 337, 374 n, 432, 537, 538, 573
Buffalo hunt 359, 525, 534, 536, 578, 579 581
robes and hides 28, 206, 249
Buffalo Creek 246
Buffalo River 500
Bull Bear, Cheyenne Chief 364, 577
Bunker, C.D. 203
Buntin, J.A. 159
Buntin, Miss Martha 159, 204, 369
Burford, Hon. John H. 349
Burke, Edmund H. 291
Burke, J.J. 160, 290-292
Burnham, Miss Anna 223, 255
Bush (Indians) 135
Bushyhead, Chief, allotment of 130, 131
Bushyhead, Cherokee chief 65 n
Bushyhead, Isaac 491
Bushyhead, native preacher, Flint District, Cherokee Nation 256
Business & Professional Women's Clubs of Oklahoma 17
Busk, Creek Indian 170
Butler, Capt. 51
Butler, Rev. Elizur 239
Butler, Miss Tookah 20
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, missionary 221-223, 225, 392, 502-504, 506-508, 511, 512
Byington, Sophia Nye (Mrs. Cyrus) 221 n
Byrne, P.J. 18, 20, 30, 33
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Cabin Creek, Battle of 44-47, 49
Cache Creek Valley 33 n
Caddo County Buttes, Okla. 199
Caddo (Indians) 25, 210, 557
Caldwell, Kan. 119, 120, 126, 129, 336 n, 537
California 267, 515, 538,560-562, 564 565 567 568
California Express 566 n
California Joe 332
California, university of 392
Callahan, S.B. 69 n, 70 n, 71
Callaway, Mr., Neosho Sub-agent for Osages 99
Calvin, Lewis, sutdent at Choctaw Academy 83
Cameron, Ind. Ter., 602
Campbell, Harry 5
Campbell, W.S. (Stanley Vestal) 577 n
Campbell salt works 475, 482, 483, 495
Camp Phoenix 219 n
Camp Supply 217, 339, 573
Canadian River 27, 36, 38, 51, 52, 209, 210, 235, 257, 328-330, 345, 393, 432, 514
Canadian River, Deep Fork of 432
Canadian River, North 329, 332, 339, 345, 362, 432, 433, 527, 587 n
Canadian River, South 432
Canadian, Tex. 38-42
Canard, Jim. 29
Candy, H., (John), printer 238
Cane Creek 23, 66 n
Carpenter, Mr., Pottawatomie Agent 252
Carswell, Charles H. 350 n
Carter, Gen. 489, 490
Carthage, Tex. 48
Carthage, Tenn. 324
Caswell, John Edwards 392
Catholic Mission 252
Cattle Industry 18, 20, 23, 24, 27, 31, 32, 38, 217, 269, 331, 333 n, 334 n, 336-338, 369-382, 538
Cayot, Lieut. Jule C. 46
Cherokee (Indians) 11, 25, 46, 81, 84, 87, 88, 90, 95, 96, 100, 138, 173, 235, 237, 239, 241, 242, 246, 247, 318-320, 398 n, 428, 481, 485-487, 490, 492, 496, 498, 500, 514, 540, 542-544, 546, 557, 558, 560, 561, 563, 592
Cherokee Advocate 33, 108, 114 n, 485, 496, 497 n
Cherokee Agent 481
Cherokee Agent of Salines 497
Cherokee alphabet 542
Cherokee Anti-Treaty party 542, 543
Cherokee chief 33, 65 n, 108 n, 318, 542
Cherokee delegates 489, 499 n
Cherokee Female Seminary 239 n
Cherokee, in Civil War 544, 545
Cherokee, Lower 243
Cherokee Mounted Rifles 544
Cherokee, National Convention of 545
Cherokee Old Settlers 490, 491
Cherokee Orphan Asylum 493
Cherokee refugees 547
Cherokee, removal of 486, 542, 543, 561
Cherokee, Southern 545, 546
Cherokee Sub-agent 86
Cherokee Telephone Company 33
Cherokee Treaty Party 498, 542, 543
Cherokee, Treaty of Removal 542
Cherokee, Upper 243, 256
Cherokee Nation 13, 15, 50, 51 n, 59, 60, 61 n, 65, 86, 488, 490, 491, 493, 495, 496, 498, 499 n, 500, 544-546, 554, 556, 560, 562, 612
Cherokee Nation, capitol 547
Cherokee Nation, council 490-492, 543
Cherokee Nation, Delaware District 497
Cherokee Nation, Illinois District 497
Cherokee Nation, Supreme Court 542
Cherokee Nation, Saline District 497
Cherokee Nation, Schools 238-240, 247, 256
Cherokee Pioneer, A., Ella Flora Coodey Robinson, by Carolyn Foreman 236 n
Cherokee Outlet 38, 39, 115, 116, 120, 129-132, 134-137
Cherokee Outlet, cession of 15
Cherokee Outlet, establishment of postoffices 131
Cherokee Outlet, opening of 115, 128, 309, 605
Cherokee Outlet, town lot seekers 131
Chetopa, Kan. 98
Cheyenne (Indians) 25, 27, 64, 65 n, 338, 340, 345, 348, 350, 352, 353, 363, 364, 522-527, 534 n, 535 n, 571-573, 576, 577, 588-591
Cheyenne Agency 380
Cheyenne chiefs 65 n, 364, 537-539, 525-527, 577
Cheyenne, The Fighting 527
Cheyenne, The Girl Captives of 524
Cheyenne, Southern 557
Cheyenne, uprising of 525 n
Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency 331 n, 332, 335, 339-346, 352, 358, 359, 362, 521, 522 n, 526, 539, 571, 274
Cheyenne and Arapaho country 210, 349, 374, 376, 528 n, 608
Chicaga (Indians) 98
Chickamauga Mission 138
Chickasaw (Indians) 25, 27, 82-84, 90, 96, 98, 100, 220, 225, 226, 257-260, 263, 265, 278, 280, 281, 385, 390,394, 398 n, 401, 409 n, 492, 545, 557, 592
Chickasaw citizenship court 263
Chickasaw commission 281
Chickasaw, Indian Territory lands 280
Chickasaw Legislature 263
Chickasaw Nation 333 n, 379, 393 n, 528 n
Chickasha, Okla. 118, 159, 466
Chickasha Star 116 n, 118 n, 122 n, 127 n
Chikaskia River 337
Childers, Daniel 61, 62 n,
Childers, William G. 482
Chilly's Prairies 323
Chisholm, Lydia 245 n
Chisholm Trail 331, 336 n, 338, 345, 522, 534 n, 537, 606
Chisholm, William E. 27
Choctaw Academy, The, Kentucky 77, 85-90, 92 n, 94-96, 98-114, 155, 156, 223 n, 240, 396, 399, 435, 513, 518, 519
Choctaw Academy, complaints against 104-106, 108-112
Choctaw Academy, Inspector of 83, 86, 109
Choctaw Academy, lists of students 79-83, 84, 94, 96-98, 100
Choctaw Academy, students of 78-79, 83, 85-90, 94, 95, 104, 108
Choctaw Academy, rules of 90, 91
Choctaw Academy, vocational training at 78, 102, 107
Choctaw (Indians) 25, 27, 78-81, 83-85, 87-89, 95, 96, 98, 100, 101, 105, 161, 220, 221, 222 n, 223, 225-227, 229, 241, 255, 257, 259-261, 263, 265, 269, 272, 278, 280-286, 382, 384, 387-390, 392-394, 400-402, 407 n, 409 n, 411 n, 413, 421, 422, 435, 492, 498, 501-505, 508, 510, 511, 514,545,557,592
Choctaw Agency 87, 88, 98, 105, 106, 232
Choctaw Agent 78, 87
Choctaw Agreement 280
Choctaw amusements 412, 413
Choctaw Attorneys 282
Choctaw ball game 512, 514
Choctaw chief 100, 105, 106, 108, 222, 261, 285, 383, 402
Choctaw customs 397, 398
Choctaw delegate 513
Choctaw dress 408, 409
Choctaw election 279, 281, 396
Choctaw emigrants 510, 513
Choctaw, enrollment of 260, 261, 265, 282
Choctaw family life 400, 401, 404, 410
Choctaw food 228, 406-408, 505
Choctaw horticulture 411, 412
Choctaw houses 404,405, 410
Choctaw language 221, 395, 419, 420, 508
Choctaw laws 260, 273
Choctaw, Mississippi 158, 257-262, 264-266
Choctaw,removal of 219 n, 257
Choctaw superstitions 414
Choctaw, Treaty 88, 257, 259-261, 265, 269, 282, 283
Choctaw warfare 413
Choctaw Nation 48, 85, 90, 102, 106, 220, 222, 223, 268, 269, 273, 275, 280, 385, 387, 388, 391 n, 393, 402, 498, 499, 501, 504, 507, 510, 512, 515, 546
Choctaw Nation, Apuckshunubbee District 106, 225, 227 n, 255
Choctaw Nation, Atoka County 279
Choctaw Nation, Blue County 277
Choctaw Nation, Board of Education 383, 384, 389, 390
Choctaw Nation, capital of 267
Choctaw Nation, citizenship commission 260-264
Choctaw Nation, clans of 511
Choctaw Nation, commission 280, 281
Choctaw Nation, council house at Nun-ne-wa-ya 288 n
Choctaw Nation, customs 397, 398
Choctaw Nation, delegate 513
Choctaw Nation, development of oil in 275, 285
Choctaw Nation, dress 408, 409
Choctaw Nation, Eagle County 501, 509, 512, 514
first board of medical examiners 273
Choctaw Nation, general council 223 n, 224, 227 n, 259-263, 269, 272, 275-277, 279, 284, 383-386, 388, 391
Choctaw Nation, government 509
Choctaw Nation, Kiamitia county 385
Choctaw Nation, Indian Territory lands 259-261, 264, 265, 280
Choctaw Nation, Lumber Company 512
Choctaw Nation, Medical Board 276
Choctaw Nation, minerals 276-278, 281-283, 504
Choctaw Nation, Moshulatubbee District 388
Choctaw Nation, National Agent 277
Choctaw Nation, Oil & Refining Company 275, 276
Choctaw Nation, Pushmataha District 225, 228 n
Choctaw Nation, Schools 90, 255, 383-391
Choctaw NationSchool Journal 384
Choctaw Nation, students in the states 271, 277
Choctaw Nation, timber 277
Choctaw Nation, treasury 277
Choctaw Nation, tribal affairs 283, 284
Choctaw Indians in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century, by John Edwards 392
Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes, consolidation and separation of 259
Choctaw and ChickasawObserver 48
Choctaw and Chickasaw, Supplemental agreement 281
Choteau, Okla. 32, 487
Choteau, Auguste Pierre 249 n, 319, 427, 428, 492
Choteau, Pierre 476
Choteau, The, 462
Chronicles of Oklahoma 12, 155, 156, 158, 159, 168, 229 n, 236 n, 240 n, 303 n, 305, 308, 331 n, 359 n, 457, 461, 525, 540, 555 n, 560, 605
Church, Baptist 320-322, 385, 389
Church, Congregational 462
Church, Episcopal 219, 249, 552, 554
Church, Mariner's 235
Church, Methodist 225 n, 232, 233, 246, 254 n, 385, 389,516, 603, 607
Church, Moravian 540
Church, Presbyterian 227, 267, 268, 282, 385, 389, 393, 403, 424, 502
Church, Roman Catholic 389
Chu-wa-la Female Seminary, Choctaw Nation 221 n, 224
Cimarron Crossing 532
Cimarron River 328 n, 338, 429, 431, 477, 480, 500, 534 n
Civil War 14, 22, 25, 26, 33, 35, 36, 44, 48, 52, 54, 55, 58, 68, 71, 232 n, 269, 319, 320, 322, 323, 333 n, 334 n, 335 n, 357, 358, 485-487, 498, 503, 521, 543, 544, 549
Civil War, effect on Creek Indians 26
Claremore, Okla. 8, 32
Clark, Champ 458
Clark, E.L. 377, 378
Clark, Gen. William 250 n, 426
Clarke, Geo. W. 87-89, 105
Clarksville, Tex. 509
Clayton, Mrs. Powell 8
Clear Creek 516
Cleaver, Miss Eliza 251 n
Cleveland County, Okla. 432, 433
Cleveland, President Grover 39, 72
Cloud Creek 22
Clute, William A. 607, 608
Coachman, Ward, Creek chief 33
Coacoochee (Wild Cat), Seminole chief 236
Coal County, Okla. 285
Cobb Creek 349
Cobb, Lewis W., Choctaw Indian 442
Cobb, William A., Choctaw Indian 449-450
Coffee Creek 432
Coffeyville, Kan. 135
Colbert, Maj. Pittman, Chickasaw Indian 225, 226
Colbert, Simpson 505
Cole, Coleman, Choctaw chief 269, 513, 517
Collins, Capt. Charles O. 226
Collins, Hubert E. 331, 347, 359 n, 520, 534 n, 539, 606-607
Collins, John 521
Colonel Dick Johnson's Choctaw Academy, by Mrs. Shelley D. Rouse 240 n
Colony, Okla. 348, 353-355, 536 n
Colorado 525 n, 535 n, 572
Colton, J.H. 518
Comanche Indians 25, 207, 209, 210, 319, 345, 369, 382, 481, 524, 557
Companions of the Trail, by Hamlin Garland 572, 573
Concho, Okla. 348
Confederate Memorial Hall 48 n
Conser slate mine 504
Constitutional party of Creeks 28, 66 n
Constitution, proposed amendment to the 438
Continental Monthly 172
Coodey, J & Son 496
Coodey, Joseph 496
Coodey, William Shorey 236 n, 496
Cooke, Walter 118
Coon Chito Church 511
Cooper, Col. Douglass H. 54, 322, 545
Coosa River 172
Coo-see-wa-tee stream, Ga. 540
Copeland, Rev. Charles Cook 222, 223 n, 255, 502, 505
Copeland, H.K. 255
Coppinger, Alice Blaine 551, 552
Coppinger, Col. 32, 551, 552
Cornwall, Conn. 560
Corporation Commission, first chairman of 49
Cotsochy, Creek Indian 28, 29
Cotsochy or Sand Party of Creeks 28
Cottonwood River 334, 336
Couch, Capt. 333 n
Council, The Grand June 556-558
Council, International Indian 25, 26, 28, 72, 73, 278
Council Grove 346
County M (Woods) 136
County N 39
Court, United States 72 n, 349, 351
Court for Western District of Arkansas 261
Court for Western District of Oklahoma 602
Court in Indian Territory 20, 262-264
Coweta, Ga. 313, 318, 320
Coweta, Lower Creek town 173 n
Cowskin river 246
Crabtree, C.J. 11
Crafts, Lieut. Fred 46
Craig, Mr. 14
Craig County, Okla. 44
Creek (Indians) 11, 25, 26, 28, 29, 33, 52, 54, 57, 59, 61 n, 62 n, 64, 65 n, 66 n, 69, 70, 73-76, 81, 84, 94, 95, 98-100, 105, 172, 173, 175, 176, 235, 239, 256, 313-315, 317 n, 319, 325, 394, 398 n, 401 n, 406 n, 428, 429, 481, 492, 495, 496, 592
Creek Agency 9, 21, 22, 26, 54, 315
Creek Agent 61 n, 94, 239, 319
Creek agreements, original and supplemental 75
Creek allotment agreement 54, 74
Creek busk 170
Creek chief 26, 28-30, 33, 53, 57, 59-76, 95, 313, 316, 318, 319
Creek confederacy 315
Creek confederate regiment 322
Creek Coweta 313
Creek crime 66
Creek custom 422 n
Creek delegation 61 n, 71, 72
Creek, education of 13
Creek election 28, 68, 69, 70 n, 72-75
Creek emigrants 321
Creek history 310, 317, 318, 321, 325
Creek language 34, 71
Creek lighthorsemen 29, 59, 60, 62, 63, 316
Creek, Lower 52, 54-56, 313-315, 317-319, 321-323, 325, 550
Creek, Loyal 52, 53, 58, 59 n, 62 n, 64, 68
Creek, McIntosh faction of 54, 323, 325
Creek militia 69 n
Creek, mounted volunteers 54
Creek negotiations at Fort Smith in 1866 363
Creek, Northern 26, 28, 29
Creek orphans 29
Creek orphan payment 61 n, 65 n
Creek peace conference 61 n
Creek political parties 68, 70 n
Creek, removal of 325, 486
Creek, Southern 26
Creek Treaty 65 n, 69, 172, 173, 314, 315, 319-322, 481
Creek troops 545
Creek Union 322
Creek, Upper 52, 316, 318
Creek War of 1813-14 314-316
Creek Nation 13-15, 22, 31, 52, 54, 61 n, 62 n, 63-75, 240, 323, 324, 481
Creek Nation, capitol 28
Creek Nation, civil disturbances 57, 59, 61-70
Creek Nation constitution 29, 56, 57, 59,61 n, 66 n
Creek Nation council 315, 316, 318, 319, 322
Creek Nation country 312
Creek Nation, Deep Fork District of 29
Creek Nation, Eufaula District of 323
Creek Nation goverment 28, 53, 57, 58, 61 n, 63,66 n, 68, 73
Creek Nation, House of Kings 63 n, 70 n
Creek Nation, House of Warriors 56, 63 n, 70 n, 320, 322, 324
Creek Nation, Inspector General 69 n
Creek Nation, lands 62 n, 69, 72-75, 173-175, 314, 315
Creek Nation, Muscogee District of 56
Creek Nation National council 28, 29, 32, 53, 56, 58, 63, 65 n, 69 n, 70, 71, 74
Creek Nation, North Fork District of 322
Creek Nation, Okmulgee District of 59
Creek Nation pastures 31, 32
Creek Nation, political campaign in 57
Creek Nation schools 66, 235 n, 320, 324
Creek Nation, school supervisor 15
Creek Nation, supreme court of 70 n, 72, 322
Creek Nation Treasury 69 n, 70 n
Criley, Bill 350 n
Cross, Okla. 130, 132
Cross Timbers 328, 329
Crowder, Richard 513
Crowell, John 30, 31
Crowell, Col. John, Creek Agent 319
Crutcho Creek 432
Cubage, Annie Rosser 44
Cummings, J.S. 33
Cummnings, Maj. Shawnee, Delaware, Kansas & Kickagoo Agent 253
Cunningham, Harper 469
Cunningham, Uncle John, Postmaster at Fort Gibson 21
Curtis Act 54, 73, 74
Curtis, Charles 285
Cushman, H.B. 393 n
Cussetah, Creek town 54, 56, 75
Custer, Gen. 332 n, 340,573
Cut Finger, Arapaho Band Man 577
Cynthiana Gleaner 114 n
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Daily Eagle, Enid 130 n
Daily National Demoncrat 566 n
Daily News, Frederick, Md. 7
Daily Oklahoman 117 n, 118 n, 120 n, 126 n, 128 n, 290
Dale, Dr. E.E. 560
Darien, McIntosh County, Ga. 312
Darlington, "Bill" 536
Darlington, Brinton, Quaker Indian Agent 338, 340, 342 n, 343, 345, 346 n, 362, 521, 522 n, 526, 536
Darlington Indian Schools 359
Darlington, Oklahoma 331 n, 335 n, 345, 346, 352, 353, 355, 358, 360, 522, 525, 526, 528, 531, 532, 536, 537, 539, 571, 574, 588, 606
Darlington, William 346
Daughters of the Confederacy 9, 547
Daughters of the American Revolution 9, 17
Daughters of the American Revolution, William McIntosh chapter 317 n
Davenport, Burnett 517
Davis, Edward 158, 257
Davis, Tavern of Aunt Sarah 22
Davis, Okla. 41, 507
Dawes Commission 72-74, 262-264, 278-281
Dawes, Starkey Brent 445
Dawson, Capt. James Low, Creek Indian Agent 239
Dayton, Ohio 521 n
Deadwood, So. Dak. 334 n
Death Valley 501
Debo, Angie 382
Deep Fork 56, 57
Deep Fork, bridge road 31
Deep Fork, river 24, 52
Dehoney, Willis 109
DeQueen, Ark. 501, 510
Delaware (Indians) 25, 26, 253-255
Delaware (Indians), schools among the 253
Delaware County, Okla. 547
Denver, Colo. 334 n
Desperado City 38
Dickinson, Miss. 225, 255
Dirty Creek 494
Doaksville, Choctaw settlement 224, 269, 517, 518, 546
Dodd, William Francis 447-448
Dodge City, Kan. 36, 37, 336 n
Dodge, Lewis 83
Dodge, Rev. Nathaniel B. 251
Dougherty, John 109
Douglas, Stephen A. 617
Douglass, Rev. Mr. 235
Downing, Lewis 114
Doyle, Judge Thos. H. 156, 157, 162
Drew, Delilah 320, 324
Drew Salt works 494
Drew, William 320
Drury College 516
Dubois, Barent 185 n
Duke, John Williams 299, 300
Dukes, Gilbert W., Choctaw chief 391 n
Dunbar, William 217 n
Durant, Alex R., (Choctaw) 275, 511, 513
Durant, George 513
Durant, Mrs. Sallie, (Alex R.) 511, 513
Durant, Okla. 508
Durham, Kan. 334 n
Dwight, Johnathan, Choctaw 502
Dwight Mission 13, 256, 554
Dwight, Simon T., Choctaw 387, 391 n
Dwire, Isaac W., Supt. 359
Dyer, James, Choctaw 510
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Eagletown, Okla. 222, 506, 508-510
Earheart, Davis 482, 495
Early Far West, The by W.J. Ghent 434
Eaton, Rachel Caroline 8
Eaton, Washington 90
Eddy, Miss Clara 269
Edge, Jonas, Quaker 215
Editorials 5-9, 155-161, 306, 307, 457
Edmond, Okla. 432
Education in the Choctaw country after the Civil War 383
Edwards, Col. George C. 392
Edwards, John 392, 394 n, 395 n, 411 n, 502, 515
Edwards, Major 252
Elliott, Maj. 573
Elliott, Maj. Joel H. 536 n
Ellsworth, Judge Henry L., U.S. Commissioner 426-430
Elmira College, N.Y. 14
El Reno, Okla. 135, 309, 349, 359, 460, 525, 590, 607, 609
El Reno Democrat 607
El Reno Globe 608
El Reno Tribune 348
Emahlah, Efa 68 n
Emarthlar, Hopethle, Creek chief 94
Emerson, H.F. 41
Emporia, Kan. 345
Enid, Okla. 118, 123-126, 133-135, 309, 466, 608, 613, 614
Enid Daily Wave 133 n, 135 n
Enid Government 133, 135
Enid, north town of 135, 338
Enid Railroad 133, 135
Enid and Perry Railroad 134
Euchee Indians 25
Eufaula, Okla. 72, 323, 330 n
Evans, Jack (Fingerless Bill) 122, 123
Evans, Dr. Robert 107
Evans and Company 206
Events Among the Muskogees During Sixty Years 21
Everidge, Joe 517
Everidge, Judge Joel 269
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Fame, Okla. 321, 323
Fairchild, Gen. Lucius, Indian Commissioner 15
Fairchild Mission 239 n, 256
Farver, Battice, Pero and W.J. 506
Farmer, Mrs. 34
Fayetteville, Ark. 561
Federal Reserve Act 457-459
Felakatvbbi, Choctaw Indian 514
Fern Mountain 22, 235 n
Ferry of Bullet Foreman 21
Field, Capt. 22
Field, Judge Richard 236
Fighting Norths and Pawnee Scouts, The 595-596
"Fingerless Bill" 122
Fish, Gen. Clinton B., U.S. Commissioner 67, 68 n
Fisher, William 33
Fisher, King 531 n
Fisk, Pliny, Choctaw 502
Fixico, Hotulga, Creek Indian 62 n, 68 n
Flint River 317 n
Florida 234 n, 235, 553, 573
Flynn, Dennis 469
Fobb, Foster, Choctaw Indian 501, 502
Folsom, A. 89
Folsom, Col. David 225, 396, 402, 517
Folsom, Henry N. 85, 517
Folsom, Israel 223 n, 499
Folsom, McKee 223 n
Folsom, Nathaniel 223 n, 508
Folsom, Rhoda (Mrs. Peter P. Pitchlynn) 223 n
Folsom, Sim 517
Folsoms, The 114
Foote, Henry S., Justice, Citizenship Court 264
Ford, J.O. & Co., Saddlers, St. Louis, Mo. 28
Foreman, Bullet 21
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas (Mrs. Grant) 11, 77, 155, 156, 158, 159, 219, 229 n, 236 n, 240 n, 555
Foreman, Grant 11, 159, 226 n, 326, 330 n, 384 n, 385 n, 387 n, 474, 482, 483 n, 555 n, 592-594
Foreman, John A. 46, 49
Foreman, Superintendent, Cherokee Public Schools 256
Forrest, Col. R.B. 350 n
Fort Blunt 46
Fort Cobb 210
Fort Coffee 232, 233, 385
Fort Coffee Academy, Choctaw School 225, 232 n, 233, 255
Fort Dodge, Kan. 217, 340, 534
Fort Elliot 36, 536-538
Fort Gibson 8, 10, 20, 21, 30, 32, 50, 51 n, 55, 56, 64, 65 n, 86, 226, 233, 234, 236 n, 239 n, 240 n, 241 n, 247-249, 318, 319, 321, 326-328, 427-429, 433, 476, 480, 481, 486, 487, 489, 490, 545, 550-555
Fort Gibson, title to site of original 10
Fort Gibson, sutler at 86, 553
Fort Hall on the Oregon Trail 436
Fort Jackson, Ala 315
Fort Jessup 219 n, 553
Fort Leavenworth 241, 253 n, 255
Fort Mitchell 320
Fort Osage 478
Fort Reno 30, 135, 345-347, 362-364, 536, 538, 589
Fort Sill 32, 33, 204-207, 213, 216, 340, 369-372, 375-377
Fort Smith 18, 21, 23, 26, 33, 225 n, 231, 232 n, 233, 323, 326, 327, 476, 483, 484, 486, 488, 495, 498, 522, 531, 532, 550, 553, 554, 602
Fort Scott 46, 247, 248, 553
Fort Supply 40
Fort Towson 105, 106, 219 n, 220, 221 n, 224-226, 234 n, 327, 516-518, 554
Fort Washita 48, 224 n
Fort Wayne 248
Foster, Capt. Abram 54
Foster, Miss Mary 251 n
Fowler, Jacob 484
Fox (Indians) 25
Frankel, Sondheimer & Laupheimer, fur buyers 23
Franklin, M.E. 463
Frazier, Timothy 88
Fuller, Stephen 250 n
Fulton, Ark. 220
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Gardner, Isaac C., teacher, Choctaw Academy 110
Gardner, Jefferson, Choctaw chief 279, 509, 515
Gardner, Jimmie 515
Gaines, George 515
Gaines's Creek 329 n
Gainesville, Tex. 381
Gainesville, Oklahoma and Gulf Railway 134
Garland, Hamlin 571-573
Garvin, Isaac, Choctaw chief 505
Gates Creek 517
Geary, Okla. 587 n
Geological Work in Oklahoma, The Beginning of 158, 196
Georgia 13, 45, 237, 238 n, 311, 312, 314, 315, 317, 318, 320, 323, 325, 495, 540, 542, 549, 550, 553, 593
Georgia penitentiary 139
Georgetown, Ky. 155
Gerlach, Mrs. Franz Joseph 38
Gerlach, George 37, 39
Gerlach, John Joseph 35, 36, 38-43
Gerlach bank 41, 42
Gerlach-Hopkins Merc. Co. 41
Gerlach Brothers' Road Ranch and Store 37-39, 41
Germaine sisters 524-527, 539
Ghent, W. J. 434
Gibson Station, Okla. 32, 549-552
Gierson, Col. B.H. 206, 211
Gill, Jackman Andrew 444
Gillett, Frank E. 350 n
Gillett, Capt. L. E. 49
Glass Mountains at Cleo, Okla. 199
Glitsch, Carl S. 442-443
Glover Creek 513-515
Glover, Robert Lee 448
Going, Isom, Choctaw Indian 512
Gold excitement in Wichita Mountains 202
Goode, Rev. William H. 221 n, 224 n, 225 n , 232 n, 233, 255
Goode, Sarah B. (Mrs. Wm. H.) 232 n
Goodland, Choctaw settlement 516
Goodwater, Choctaw church 511, 513
Gould, Dr. charles N. 158, 196, 203
Goulding, Patrick James 612-614
Government, Indian 278
Government, United States 26, 27, 29, 53, 61, 62 n, 67, 73, 231, 235, 258, 264, 266, 281, 283, 284, 314, 317, 318, 321, 388, 397, 542, 545, 546, 592
Graham, Maj. 248, 252
Grande Prairie 329, 432
Grand River 28, 246 n, 250 n, 462, 481-483, 487, 489, 492, 496-498, 554
"Grand Saline" 477-479, 481, 492, 493, 496
Grant, Ulyssis 25, 45, 204
Gray, Dr. 88
Grayson, G. W. 30, 33, 61, 62 n, 68 n
Grayson, Sam 63 n
Grayson, Uncle Wat 33
Great Plains 333, 595, 596
Great Salt Plains 500
Green Corn Dance, The 170-195
Greenfield, Okla. 527 n
Greenleaf Creek 30
Green Peach Creek War 29, 53, 66, 68-70
Gregory, Parthenia 12
Griffis, Joseph 332 n
Grigsby, Col. William 350 n
Grinnell, George Bird 527
Guess, George (Sequoyah) Salt Works 496
Guper & Cottreaux, confectioners, Fort Smith, Ark. 23
Guthrie, Okla. 122, 123, 128, 306, 461, 609
Guthrie Daily News 119 n, 120 n, 122 n, 126 n, 130 n, 131 n, 133 n, 134 n
Gwinnett, Button 312
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Haas, Julius 509
Hackberry Springs 538
Hackett, Ark. 455, 601-603
Hadjo, Thlathlo, Creek chief 94
Hadsell, Roy 198, 199
Haggerty, Spire 324
Haijo, Lachar, Creek chief 53, 57
Haileyville, Okla. 282
Hair Conrad, Indian chief 557
Haiyipatukla Clan 502
Hammock, Wilson M. 41
Hancock, John S. 304
Handbook of American Indians, edited by Frederick Webb Hodge 234 n
Hardin, Laura E. 11
Harding, Warren G. 17
Harjo, Archolark 59 n
Harmony Mission 250, 251 n, 427
Harper, one eyed 31
Harris, C. A. 87-90, 94, 95
Harris, Lucy 220
Harris, N. Sayre 219
Harris, Walter Reynolds 443
Harris, William 501
Harris, Rev. 159
Harris, Messrs. 220
Harrison, President 306
Harrison, Zadoc 518
Harrover, Miss Alma 71, 72
Harsha, John M. 499 n, 500
Harsha, W. S. 18
Harsha & Spaulding 18
Hartranft, Gen. John F., Indian Commissioner 15
Hartshorne, Okla. 277, 387
Harvison, William 18
Haskell, Charles N. 461, 464, 467, 468
Haskell, Mrs. Jane 471, 472
Haskell, Okla. 9, 139
Haskell Institute 570
Hastings, W. W. 11
Hawkins, Benj., Indian Agent 179, 324
Hawkins, Col. Samuel 324
Haworth, J. M., Quaker Agent 369
Haworth, James H., Quaker Agent 214, 215 n, 216, 217
Hayes, Los 38
Hayes, President 314
Hays City 334 n
Hazen, Col. W. B. 204, 205, 216
Helena, Ark. 45
Hemphill County, Tex. 36, 38
Henderson, Rev., Thomas, Principal Choctaw Academy 83, 87-93, 96, 99, 101, 102, 107, 113, 155
Hennessey, Okla. 118-120, 123, 125, 338
Hennessey Clipper 116 n
Henry, Amos, Choctaw Indian 391 n
Henry, Col. G. V. 371, 373, 374, 376 n, 377, 380, 381
Henry Kendall College 14, 19
Herbert Hoover, by Will Irwin 218 n
Hester, Captain 269, 271
Heston, J. M. 72
Hickey, Nancy 51 n
Hicks, Delila 245 n
Hicks, George 245 n
Hicks, Mrs. W. P. 8
Hickock, James Butler, ("Wild Bill") 333
Higgins, Tex 39
Hik-i-tabi, Choctaw Indian 512
Hillibee Creek 64
Historical collection of Aaron C. Parrott 308
Historical societies, organization at Tahlequah, Claremore, Muskogee & Pottawatomie Co., Okla. 8
Hitchcock, Col. Ethan Allen 226
Hleotabbi, Choctaw Indian 511, 512
Hoag, Enoch, Supt., Central Superintendency 207
Hobart, Okla. 201, 202
Hobohithli Yahola (Apotheola) Creek War Speaker 170, 186, 193, 194
H-del-ke, Creek Indian 65 n
Hochatown, Choctaw settlement 504, 505
Hodge, David N. 73
Hodges, John 513
Hoffman, C. O., E. E., and Roy 350 n
Hog Town 38
Holdenville, Okla. 514
Holloway, Dr. 342
Holloway, Frank 342, 343
Home Sweet Home 157
Honeo (Wolf) Valley 339
Honey Creek 245, 547
Honey Springs, Creek Nation 550
Honey Springs, battle of 322
Hood, Lieut. Washington 492
Hoover, Jessie 218 n
Hopaiishvbbi, Choctaw Indian 514
Hopefield Mission 427
Hopkins, J. H. 41
Hord, George W., student at Choctaw Academy 107
Horse Creek 36-38
Horseshoe Bend 315
Horse stealing 522
Horton, William J. 602
Hotchkin, Rev. Ebenezer, missionary to Choctaws 225, 255
Howell, Calvin C. 507, 509
Howell, Dr. Thomas 507
House Creek 431
Houston, Sam 9, 10, 40, 318, 319, 428, 492, 497, 554
Houston, Temple 40, 350 n
Hoyt, Rev. Ard 139
Hudson, Daniel 512, 517, 518
Hudson, George, Choctaw chief 222, 508, 509, 514
Hudson, Harriet 505
Hudson, Jackson 503, 517
Hudson, Peter J. 221 n, 224 n, 225 n, 228 n, 229 n, 230 n, 384 n, 385 n, 387, 391, 501
Hudson, Wash 501
Hudson, William Bartlett 147
Hudson's Ford 46
Hugo, Okla. 518
Hunt, P. B., Indian Agent 369, 370, 372-377, 379-382
Humboldt, Kan. 544
Hunnewell, Kan. 120
Hunter, Maj. David 232
Hunter, R. D. 373
Hurley, P. J., argument on Mississippi Choctaw Indians 265 n
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Ikard and Company 373
Illinois River 21, 483, 484, 486, 494, 496
Illinois 355-358, 576, 609
Independence, Mo. 327, 427
Indian Agency 476
Indian Agency, Creek 22
Indian Agent 65, 70
Indian, beaded material 11, 12
Indian, beef issued to 574 n, 575 n, 576
Indian, Champion 384 n
Indian, Citizen 384 n, 385 n
Indian, Commission 15
Indian, feeding the 379, 380, 382
Indian, Five Civilized Tribes 540, 556, 593
Indian, government 278
Indian, Home Guards 46, 49, 55
Indian, hostile 208
Indian, hunting expeditions 206
Indian, immigrant 476
Indian, Industrial Training School 361
Indian, Journal 33
Indian, lands 592
Indian, Loyal or Northern 14, 29, 52, 59, 62 n, 64
Indian, mission conference 255 n
Indian, plains 159, 160, 267, 335, 352-354, 570, 572, 573, 585, 594
Indian, Police 370, 371, 381
Indian, raids 37, 211
Indian, refugees in Civil War 26
Indian, regiment 46
Indian, relics and documents 5, 11
Indian, Removal 592-594
Indian, removal 327
Indian, reservations 159
Indian, Rights Association 570
Indian, schools 159, 348, 349
Indian, soldiers in Spanish War 15
Indian, Southern 13, 29, 138, 542
Indian, State 25
Indian, trade 27, 206, 326
Indian, Tribes, boundaries of 235
Indian, warfare 345, 360, 524, 525, 526 n, 534 n, 536, 573, 574, 588
Indian, wild 65 n, 426, 427, 432, 556
Indians and Pioneers, by Grant Foreman 330 n, 482 n, 555 n
Indians of United States, concentration of 25
Indian Springs, Ga. 313-316, 321
Indian country, smallpox in 98
Indian Territory 14, 17-19, 31-33, 45, 48, 52, 54, 61 n, 62 n, 64 n, 65 n, 66 n, 67 n, 71, 72, 134, 199, 204, 231, 233, 235, 240, 252, 259, 260, 262, 267, 271, 274, 278-280, 283, 318, 321, 324, 325, 331, 336 n, 337, 342 n, 344, 377, 378, 392, 426, 427, 429, 460, 465, 466, 483 n, 495, 496, 498-501, 508, 510, 521, 522, 525, 531 n, 534 n, 536 n, 537, 540, 544, 545, 549, 550, 552, 587, 592, 602, 612
Indian Territory, Medical Association 273
Indian Territory, Republican Convention 279
Indian Territory, Superintendent of schools for 389
Indian Territory, A Journal of a Tour Through 159, 219-256
Ingle, Ed. P. 290
Inola, Okla. 31
International Indian Council 25, 26, 28, 72, 73, 278
Interoceanic Railroad Company 134
Iowa (Indians) 25
Iron, Lieut. 30
Iroquois or Six Nation Indians 401, 402 n
Irving, Washington 9, 10, 250 n, 327, 426-431, 433, 492, 554, 555
Irving, Washington, one hundredth anniversary of visit of 8
Irving, Washington, departure of 10
Isenberg, J. L. 130 n
Island, Harry, Creek Indian 26
Isparhecher, Creek chief 29, 30, 52-60, 61 n, 62, 64, 65 n, 66-76, 320
Isparhecher, allotment of 54
Isparhecher, children of 71
Isparhecher, death of 54, 75
Isparhecher, divorce of 71, 72
Isparhecher, enrollment of 75
Isparhecher, government 61
Isparhecher, grave of 75
Isparhecher, impeachment of 59
Isparhecher, marriages of 71, 72
Isparhecher, party 62 n, 68
Isparhecher, services in Confederate Army 54
Isparhecher, War 53
Iyanvbbi Creek 504, 511
Iyanvbbi Female Seminary 504, 507
Izard, Governor 484
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Jack, Nochar 59 n
Jackson, Gen. Andrew 314-316, 319, 327, 413, 429, 435, 592
Jackson, Georgia 317 n
James Boys 33
James, Jonas, Choctaw Indian 501, 502
Jefferson, Silas, Creek chief 62 n
Jefferson, Timothy, Choctaw Indian 504
Jefferson, Texas 320, 324
Jefferson, Okla. 337
Jennings, John and Al. 350 n
Jennings, Okla. 431
Jerome, George W., Indian Comminssioner 15
Jesup, Gen. 236 n
Jesuits at Florissant, Mo. 252 n
Jim Boy, Creek chief 94, 95
John, Gopher, Seminole Indian 234, 236
Johnson, Alexander 497
Johnson, Richard M. 77, 78, 83, 88, 90, 92, 95, 100, 104, 106, 109, 111, 113, 114, 155, 240, 435
Johnson Indian School 155, 156
Johnston, Clarissa 250 n
Johnston, William 550
Jones, David 129
Jones, John 77
Jones, Robert M., Choctaw Indian 114, 516, 518
Jones, Wilson N., Choctaw chief 277, 391
Jones Male Academy 277, 387
Jones, Oklahoma 432
Jones and Plummer Trail 36
Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 271
Journal of a Tour in the Indian Territory 219-256
Jumper, Seminole Chief 65 n
Junction City, Kan. 204
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Kansas 33 n, 45, 53, 136, 214, 334 n, 337, 427, 466, 499 n, 524, 537, 549, 550, 609
Kansas Indians 248, 253
Kansas river 254
Kansas historical society 291
Kansas cavalry 47
Kansas, Oklahoma Central and Southwestern railroad 134
Kansas Pacific Railway 334 n
Kansas City, Mo. 254 n, 333 n
Ke-char-te 54
Kelley, Ed. P. 609-610
Kelly, Henry 145
Kendrick, Dr. 273
Kennard, Moty, Creek chief 320
Kentucky 78, 86 n, 87, 94, 98-101, 103, 104, 106, 108, 111, 113, 223 n, 321, 396, 399, 435
Keokuk Falls, Okla. 433
Kerns, Richard 551, 552
Ker, Miss Sarah 222, 223, 225
Ketcham, Okla. 427
Keystone, Okla. 430
Kialege, Creek settlement 57 n
Kiamichi Mountains 224, 228
Kiamichi River 219 n, 228 n, 499, 512
Kichai (Indians) 25, 557
Kickapoo (Indians) 25, 253, 481, 522 n
Kickapoo reservation 65 n
Kickapoo country, opening of 291
Kildare, Okla. 120, 129, 131
Kincaid, A.O. 41
King, Henry 360
King, Rufus 90
Kingfisher, Okla. 122, 162
Kingfisher Creek 531 n, 532
Kingfisher Creek Crossing 338
Kingfisher Stage Station 531
Kingsbury, Cyrus, missionary 138, 221, 224, 225, 255, 517
Kingsbury, J.P. 255
Kiowa (Indians) 25, 207, 209, 213, 345, 369, 382, 524, 557
Kiowa reservation 64, 65
Kiowa Agency 159, 205, 207, 370 n
Kiowa and Comanche Reservation 372, 374-376, 379, 381
Kiowa and Comanche Reservation, opening of 201
Kiowa and Comanche Reservation, beginning of the leasing of the surplus grazing lands on the 369-382
Kiowa, Comanche and Wichita Indian Reservation 210, 217
Kiowa, Kan. 38, 120, 129
Kirk, Chas. T. 201
Kirkham, Stanton Davis 241 n
Kirkham, Lieut. Ralph Wilson 240, 241 n, 244
Knoxville, Tenn. 549
Korn, Mrs. Frank 308, 460, 461
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Lafayette, Gen. 320, 326
Lagoon Creek 431
Land opening, Proclamation giving notice of 39
Lands, allotment 32, 54, 62 n, 72-75, 278, 279
Lands, of Choctaw and Chickasaw 259, 260, 262, 281
Lane, James H. 334 n
Lang, John D. 250
Larkin, Pierce 201
Larned, Kan. 36-38
Larney, James 61, 62, 68 n
Lasater, John 486
Latrobe, Charles Joseph 250 n, 426, 427, 430
Lawrence, Kan. 205, 217, 342 n, 522 n, 570
Lawton, Okla. 40, 201, 202
Lee, Frank 499
Lee, Josh 461
Lee, Lieut. 219 n
Lee, Robert E. 44, 45, 546
Lee Gang 528, 530, 531, 534
Lees Creek 490, 496
Leflore, Basil 106, 517
Leflore, Farlius 106
Leflore, Greenwood 516
Leflore, Louis 516
Leflore, Maj. Micheal 515
Leflore, Col. Thomas 100, 105-107, 516
Leflore, Supt. of Choctaw Schools 384, 385 n, 387 n
Leflores, The 114
Left Hand, Arapaho chief 577
Lehigh, Okla. 276, 389
Lelietta, Okla. 31, 32
Lenox Church 512
Leonard, Samuel 88
LeRoy, Kan. 26
Lewis, Harriet, Creek wife of John D. Bemo 235 n
Lewis & Clark Expedition 426
Liberty, negro colony 128
Lincoln, Abraham 44
Lincoln, Nebraska 593
Lines, Miss Susan 251 n
Little, Hon. J.S. 601
Little, Prince, Principal Chief, Creek Confederacy 316
Little, Raven, Arapaho chief 577, 583
Little River 222, 329, 432, 433, 502, 509, 514, 515
Little Robe, Cheyenne chief 525, 526, 537, 538, 577
Little Rock, Ark. 45, 100, 247, 484
Littleton, Isaac Benjamin 302
Locke, Maj. Victor M. 513, 518
Logan County, Okla. 432
Logan, Col. 99, 100, 105
Loomis, Lieut. Col. Gustavus 234, 237, 240 n, 241 n
Lost Creek 246, 433
Loughridge, Rev., Presbyterian Missionary 256
Louisiana 258, 260, 262, 393, 475
Louisiana Purchase 477
Louisville, Ky. 155
Lowe, "Jack" 40
Lowe, John B. 83
Lowe, John E. (Jack), Jr. 604-606
Lowe, Overton 83
Lovely, Maj. William L., Cherokee Agent 481, 482 n
Lovely County 554
Lowe, Saml. H. 59 n
Lowery, Maj., Cherokee chief 557
Loyal Creeks, chief of 59, 62 n, 64
Lukfatah, Choctaw settlement 512, 513
Lukfatah Creek 513
Luksukla Creek 506, 507
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MacIntosh (McIntosh), Albert Gallatin (Cheesie) 324
MacIntosh, Alexander 320
MacIntosh, Chilly 315, 316, 318-323
MacIntosh, Daniel Newman 321-325
MacIntosh, Col. D.N. 26, 54
MacIntosh, Freeland B. 324
MacIntosh, Hettie West 325
MacIntosh, Jane 324
MacIntosh, Capt. John 312, 313
MacIntosh, John 66 n
MacIntosh, John Mohr 311
MacIntosh, Kate 324
MacIntosh, Lacklan 312
MacIntosh, Rebecca 324
MacIntosh, Roderick 312
MacIntosh, Roley 239, 313, 318-321
MacIntosh, Roley C. 323
MacIntosh, Sallie 324
MacIntosh, William 68 n, 173 n, 239 n, 313-321, 325, 550
MacIntosh, Capt. William F. 322
MacIntosh, The 310, 325
MacIntosh Bluffs 312
MacIntosh, faction of Creek Indians 52-56, 323
MacIntosh County, Okla. 321, 323, 329
Mackey, Mrs. Clifton M. 8
Mackey, James 486, 497
Mackey, Samuel 486, 497
Mackey, W.T. 486, 497
Mackey Salt Works 486, 494, 496
Macomb River (Gaines's Creek) 329
Macomb, Lt. 328, 329
Macon, Ga. 172
Mad Blue, Creek chief 94
Mansfield, McMurry & Cornish, Attorneys 261 n, 263, 264
Marais de Cygne River 250 n, 252, 253
Marble Salt Works 486
Markham, Leroy 491, 496
Marmiton river 248, 252
Marquis, Mr. 23
Marshall, Louie 28
Marshall, Robert 30
Marshall, Thos. R. 458
Marum, Judge David P. 40
Mary's Rock 329
Marysville, Cal. 566 n
Marysville Appeal 566 n
Matson, Jane Quin 160, 287, 289
Matson, Judge Smith C. 287
Maurer, Will 350 n
Maxey, Napoleon Bonaparte 511
Mayes, Uncle George 51 n
Mayes, Joel B., Cherokee chief 33
Mayes County, Okla. 51 n, 250 n, 427, 461, 475, 495
Mazie, Okla. 461, 475, 481
McAdoo, William G. 457-459
McAlester, Okla. 263, 272, 389, 466, 602, 603
McArthur, E.T. 389
McCabe, Robert A. 92
"McCandless affair" 334 n
McCombs, William, Creek Indian 33, 34
McConnell, Lydia 471, 472
McCoy, Joseph G. 333
McCulloch, Gen. 544
McCurtain, Edmund 272, 273, 275, 388
McCurtain, Green 279, 282
McCurtain, Jack 272
McCurtain, J.F. 275
McDaniel, Thomas B. 49, 50, 51 n
McGarrah, William 485
McGilby, James 83
McGillivray, Alexander 545
McGuire, Congressman 469
McIntosh, see MacIntosh  
McKean, John 501
McKee, H.E. & Co. 33
McKellop, A.P. 63 n
McKenney, Rev. Edmund 227, 255
McKenney, Mrs. Edmund 228 n
McKenney, Col. John 230
McKenney, Thos. L. 90
McKenzie, Col. 211, 215 n
McKinley, William, President 279, 281
McKinney, Thompson 90, 276, 513, 518
McKinney, William 513, 518
McNair, James, Cherokee 497, 498
McNaughton, John Patrick 608, 609
McQueen, David 68 n
McSmith, J. 26
Medford, Okla. 130
Medicine Lodge 573
Mehan, Okla. 431
Meigs, Pvt. 330
Merchants, Clabe 31
Meridian, Okla. 432
Menard Bayou 236 n
Meserve, Charles F. 570
Meserve, John Bartlett 52, 310, 592
Methodist Manual Labour School 253
Mexican Kickapoos, removal of 522 n
Meyers, Leland Winfield 435
Miami, Okla. 608
Miamie (Indians) 81, 85, 98
Micco, Carts-che-her 55
Micco, Concharte 68 n, 73
Micco, Coweta 68 n
Michigan Historical Magazine 6, 7
Micksch, Missionary 255
Mihataya, Choctaw Indian 511
Mikanopy, Seminole chief 234, 236, 237
Milam, Joe B. 115
Milam, S.P. 130 n, 136 n
Miles, John D., Quaker Indian Agent 34, 355, 359, 360, 362, 365, 367, 368, 373, 374, 376, 377, 521, 522, 578, 580
Miles, Gen. Nelson A. 526, 527
Miley, Cora 160, 287
Millard, John 78
Milledgeville, Ga. 316
Miller, Daniel 83, 86
Miller, Governor 484
Miller, Martin 498
Minerva Home 14, 19
Mingo, Joseph 73
Minutes, Annual meeting 293-295
Minutes, quarterly meetings 140, 296-298, 439-441, 596-599
Mission 13
Mission, Baptist 253, 255, 256
Mission, Brainerd 138, 139
Mission, Catholic 252
Mission, Chickamauga 138
Mission, Dwight 256, 554
Mission, Fairfield 239 n, 256
Mission, Harmony 250, 251 n, 427
Mission, Hopefield 427
Mission, Methodist 253, 255, 256
Mission, Moravian 139, 242, 245, 253, 255, 256
Mission, Morman 218
Mission, Nuyaka 14
Mission, Park Hill 238, 255 n, 256
Mission, Presbyterian 256
Mission, Prtestant 250
Mission, Shawnee-Delaware 255 n
Mission, St. Mary's, Jesuit 253 n
Mission, Stockbridge 221, 222 n, 223 n, 504, 507, 508
Mission, Tullahassee 13, 14, 238 n
Mission, Union 237, 250 n
Missionaries 13, 514
Missionaries, in Cherokee Nation 562
Missionaries, persecution of 139
Missionaries, New England & Moravian 138
Mississippi 45, 172, 223 n, 225 n, 257, 258, 260, 264, 326, 393, 502, 504, 507, 508, 510, 511, 514, 515, 593, 614
Mississippi River 45, 94, 221, 257, 259, 356, 393, 395, 424, 462, 475, 498, 506, 512, 545, 560, 572, 573, 592, 593
Mississippi lands 257-259
Mississipi Valley Historical Review 219 n
Missouri 45, 252 n, 330 n, 334 n, 427, 476, 477, 496, 497, 545, 617
Missouri River 234
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad Company 19, 22, 31, 32, 269, 495, 499, 549, 550
Missouri Pacific Railroad 550, 551
Mix, Catharine 240 n
Mix, Eliza 241 n
Mizner, Col. 362
Mobeetie, Texas 36, 37, 538
Mohawk (Indians) 246
Mongrain, Baptiste 249
Monk, Carl 444, 445
Moody, Miss Margaret 42
Moody, Robert 42
Moore, Mrs. N.B. 139
Moorland, Walter 360
Moravian School 541
Morgan, Rev. Harry 43
Morgan, Lewis H. 392, 400 n
Morris, Jesse R., "Jimmy" 525, 526
Mosier, John H. 446-447
Mosely Creek 243
Mott, M.L. 468, 469
Mountain Fork, River 222, 502, 504-511, 513
Mountain Fork church 508
Mount Pleasant, Choctaw School 223 n, 255
Mt. Zion Church 502
Mouille, Bernard R. 481, 482
Mulhall, Chief, The 135 n
Mullin, John 511
Munsee (Indians) 255
Murdock, Victor 460
Murray, Miss Nannie 20
Murray, Hon. William H. 457, 458
Muscatine, Iowa 335 n, 341 n, 342 n, 521
Mushullitvbi, Choctaw chief 396
Muskogee, Okla. 9, 12-20, 22, 24, 31-33, 51 n, 59 n, 155, 158, 279-281, 324, 476, 486, 487, 495, 497, 506, 545, 549-551, 592, 614
Muskogee Public Library 11, 12
Muskogee Historical Society 9-12, 60, 64 n, 65, 66 n, 68, 70, 72, 74
Muskogee Historical Society, agreement of city of Ft. Gibson to convey site of original Fort Gibson to 10
Myers, John A. 59 n
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Nail, Dr. Adam, Choctaw Indian 89, 93-96, 100, 103-105
Nail, Henry, Choctaw Freedman 388
Nail, The Nails 114
Nanamatabi, Choctaw Indian 269
Nash, Frank 21
Nashville, Tenn. 510
Nashville, University of 223 n
National Cemetery, Ft. Gibson 555
Nebraska 595
Nebraska Historical Society 595
Necrology 144-149, 299-304, 442-453, 604-617
Nelson, Cole 269
Nelson, Guy Fountain 446, 447
Nenewa, Creek chief 316
Neosho River 46, 234, 247, 249, 427, 492
Neosha Sub-Agency 246, 247
Nescatunga (Cimarron) River 337, 477
Nestell, John 371-373, 375, 378
Nevin, Abe 22
New Boggy, town of 384 n
New Echota, Ga. 13, 542
New Hope Seminary 277, 385
New Jersey, College of (Princeton) 313
New Orleans, La. 234, 330 n, 496, 498, 506
Newspaper, old 6, 7, 33, 108, 116 n
Newton, Kan. 336, 345
New York, Creek 433
New York Observer 114 n
Ninnescah River 337
Nicholson, Supt., Central Superintendency 216, 217 n
Nicks, Gen. John 553-555
Nicks, Gen. John, report of placing marker in National Cemetery at Fort Gibson for 553
Nicks & Rogers, firm of 554
Nicksville, village of 554
Nidiver, George, Journal of 330 n
Niven's Landing 28
Nix, U.S. Marshal 123
Noel, S.M., Inspector, Choctaw Academy 83 n
Norman, Okla. 158, 160, 198, 290, 292, 433
Norman Transcript 290, 292
North Carolina 540, 553
North, Maj. Frank 595
North, Capt. Luther H. 595, 596
North Fork, Creek town 20, 51
North Fork River 26, 27, 52, 588, 589
Northup, Sarah Bird, wife of John Ridge 560
Norton, Lieut. Allen Higbee 248
Norwalk, Choctaw boys' school 223 n, 255
Notes 460-463
Nowland, Ed. W.B., sutler at Fort Gibson 86
Nun-ne-wa-ya Academy, Choctaw school 228 n, 255
Nuttall, Thomas 482, 483
Nuyaka Creek Indian settlement 29, 57-60, 62-65, 73
Nuyaka mission school 14
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O'Brien, Judge T.L. 41
Oglethorpe, James 311
Okfuskee, Okla. 433
Ohio River 99, 233, 462
Ohio 354
Ohio Archaeological and Historical Quarterly 240 n
Oilton, Okla. 431
Okemah, Okla. 62
Oklahoma 40-43, 48, 156, 160, 161, 172, 257, 284, 307-309, 331, 333 n, 336 n, 346, 348-350, 382, 391, 433, 457, 458, 460-462, 464-477, 481, 491, 514, 539, 542, 545, 547, 549, 550, 552, 554, 555, 559, 570, 571 n, 593, 594, 610
Oklahoma, A. & M. College 160
Oklahoma, "Boomer" Movement 332 n
Oklahoma College for Women 159
Oklahoma Democrat 607
Oklahoma, development of 11
Oklahoma, history of 434, 435, 461, 527, 540
Oklahoma Improvement Co. 265
Oklahoma, Indians 114
Oklahoma Medical Society 273-275
Oklahoma Memorial Association 308, 460, 461
Oklahoma, pioneers of 11
Oklahoma Press Association 290
Oklahoma Silver Jubilee 308, 460, 461, 464
Oklahoma Times Journal 117 n, 118 n
Oklahoma, University of 117 n, 118 n, 158-160, 196, 199, 200, 203, 461, 577 n
Oklahoma City, Okla. 122, 160, 198, 275, 290, 291, 305, 308, 346, 432, 455, 560, 565, 600, 602, 603, 605
Oklahoma City Journal 160, 290
Oklahoma City, pioneer of 40
Oklahoma City, Story of 291
Oklahoma City Times 290
Oklahoma City Times-Journal 290
Oklahoma Historical Society 8, 9, 11, 12, 26, 155, 157, 159, 160, 268, 293, 296, 305, 308, 327, 331, 353, 362, 392, 433, 439, 455, 461, 464, 474 n, 516, 555, 566, 588 n, 596, 603, 606, 608
Oklahoma Historical Society, annual meeting 5
Oklahoma Historical Society, building of 48 n, 162, 165
Oklahoma Historical Society, employment of Miss Robertson by 17
Oklahoma Historical Society, history of 156, 162-169
Oklahoma Historical Society, library of 106
Oklahoma Territory 41, 115, 134, 196, 274, 283, 306, 466, 522 n, 604, 605, 607
Oklahoma Territory, Geological & Natural History Survey 196
Oklahoma Territory, governor of 133
Oklahoma Territory, Legislature, first 306
Okmulgee, Okla. 14, 18, 20, 21, 23-25, 28, 30, 33, 34, 54, 57, 59, 60, 61 n, 64, 65 n, 66 n, 433
Ok-tars-sars-har-jo, Creek Indian 26, 53, 57
Old Dutch 558
Olney, Okla. 282, 283, 285
Oowatie, David 540
Opothleyahola, Creek chief 26, 53, 62, 319, 322
Oregon Trail 436
Orlando, Okla. 117, 118, 120, 121
Osage Agency 9, 99
Osage Captive 139
Osage Indians 25, 99, 247-251, 253 n, 427, 428, 430, 432, 461, 462, 476, 477, 480, 481, 492, 498, 544, 557
Osage Journal 117 n, 118 n, 120 n, 124 n
Osage Nation 132
Osage River 427
Osage sub-agency 427
Osage trading houses 9
Osage Trail 476
Osalanabee, Creek town 29
Osceola, Seminole chief 235 n
Oswego, Kan. 427
Otey, Right Reverend James Hervey 219 n, 232, 233
Outposts of Zion, by Rev. Wm. H. Goode 221 n, 224 n, 227 n, 233 n
Owen, Robt. L. 265, 457-459
Owl Woman, Cheyenne Indian 535 n
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Paden, Okla. 433
Pah-sha-sha band, chief of 252
Painter, Lieut. David A. 46
Palmer, Dr. Marcus 250 n
Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, The 159
Papin, P. Milicour 249-251
Paris, Texas 509, 518
Park Hill, Okla. 13, 237, 238
Park Hill Mission 238, 255 n, 256
Park Hill, press at 237, 238
Parker, Col. Samuel Ely 25
Parkinson, James 18
Parramour, Col. 31
Parrot, Aaron C., historical collection of 308
Parsons, Kan. 249 n
Parsons, Lieut. Luke F. 46
Pasture Creek 32
Patterson, James A. 22
Patterson, Rev. Mr. 246
Patton, Dr. D.H. 41
Paul, Smith, ranch of 205
Pauls Valley, Okla. 33, 205
Pawnee Indians 25, 432, 557, 558, 596
Pawnee Scouts 595, 596
Pawnee County, Okla. 430
Payne, Capt. D.L. 332 n, 333 n
Payne, James M., Cherokee agent of salines 497
Payne, John Howard 157, 170-172, 176, 177 n, 245 n
Payne-Couch "Boomer" movement 333 n
Payne County, Okla. 431
Pea Ridge, Ark. 322
Pearl River 508
Pecan Creek 22
Peery, Dan W. 254 n, 348, 570, 608
Peery, Rev. John Thompson 254
Pentecost, Lieut. Joseph 428
Peoria (Indians) 25
Pepper, Abel 87
Perkins, Miss Sarah Price 554
Perkins, Okla. 451
Perryman, Joseph M. 68-70
Perryman, Legus C. 61, 62 n, 68 n, 72
Perry, Okla. 123, 126-128, 132, 134
Perry, election at 133
Perry, negroes at 128
Pesachvbbi, Choctaw Indian 511
Phillips, Col. William A. 55
Pike, Capt. Zebulon M. 477
Pike, Gen., Indian Commissioner of Confederacy 544
Pin, political party 68
Pine Ridge, Choctaw Nation 221 n, 224, 255
Pine Ridge Female Boarding School 224 n, 517
Pioneer Days in the Early Southwest, by Grant Foreman 555 n
Pitchlynn, John 512
Pitchlynn, Lycurgus (Push) 508
Pitchlynn, Peter P. 108, 109, 114, 223, 224, 501, 506-508
Pitchlynn, Rhoda 507
Pitchlynn, family 220
Platte National Park 202
Poinsett, J.R., Secretary of War 104
Pollock, Genl. 62 n
Ponca City, Okla. 130
Ponca Reservation 132
Pond Creek, Okla. 128
Pond Creek 337, 349
Ponia (Indians) 25
Pontiac, tented city of 131
Pontotoc County, Okla. 285
Porter, Pleasant, Creek chief 19, 26, 28-31, 60, 63 n, 64, 68 n, 73, 75
Porter, B.E. 66 n
Poteau, Okla. 602
Poteau river 229, 230
Pottawatomie (Indians) 81, 87, 90, 98, 101, 102, 107
Pottawatomie village 252
Pottawatomie County, Okla. 8
Potter, J. 255
Potts, Rev. R.D. 225, 255
Pourtales, Count Albert de 250 n, 426, 427, 430, 432
Prairie De Chien (Indians) 98
Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions 276
Princeton, N.J. 542
Pryor, Nathaniel 462
Pryor, Okla. 9
Pugh, John 41
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Quakers 211, 212, 215, 218, 225, 341 n, 377 n, 521, 531, 539, 570, 572, 578, 580, 586
Quaker Agency 215, 216
Quaker Agents 159, 204-218, 338, 340, 345
Quaker missionary 354
Quaker settlements 338 n
Quaker society in Philadelphia 210 n
Quapaw (Indians) 81, 85, 90, 98-100, 246
Quessenbury, William 485
Quickenborne, Father Van, Jesuit Missionary 252 n
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Raft, The Great 210, 220
Railroads 19, 22, 31, 32, 38, 39, 116, 117, 119, 120, 123, 126, 130, 132-135, 269, 277, 282, 331, 333 n, 334 n, 336 n, 345, 368, 495, 499, 510, 549-551, 595, 609, 617
Ranck, M.A. 560
Ray, Robert J. 40
Rebecca Lodge 17
Red Bluffs 527
Red Cross Chapter, Muskogee, Okla. 16
Redfield, Abraham 250 n
"Red Legs" 334 n
Red Moon, Cheyenne chief 577
Red River 19, 26, 78, 87, 100, 209-211, 219 n, 220, 223, 224 n, 226, 229, 234, 257, 328 n, 375, 393, 427, 498, 510, 525
Red River, North Fork of 372 n
Red River, West Fork of 373
Red River Country, Choctaw nation 514
Red River country 322
Reese, Charles 540
Regiment, First Negro 47, 49, 50
Reid, Mrs. Guy C. 276
Renfrow, Governor 133, 605
Reno City, Oklahoma Territory 333 n
Requa, George and William 250 n
Requa, Superintendent 427
Richards, Ida Belle 276
Rider, Thomas, Lafayette 612
Ridge, Alice Bird 562, 568
Ridge, Andrew Jackson 568, 569
Ridge, Elizabeth Wilson 562, 565, 568
Ridge, John 238 n, 541-543, 560, 561, 569
Ridge, John Rollin 560-569
Ridge, Major 238 n, 540, 542, 543, 560, 569
Ridge, The 491
Ridge Cemetery 547
Ridgeway, Henrietta, wife of Judge Richard Field 236 n
Riley, Chilion 146
Rind, H.G. 255
River Navigation in the Early Southwest, by Grant Foreman 219 n
Road, Military 23, 502, 505, 510-512, 514, 516, 517, 518
Road, Gibson & Claremore 32
Robb, A.W. 33
Robert, William E. 144
Roberts, Dr. 33
Robertson, Alice M. 5, 11, 13-17, 19, 139
Robertson, Ann Augusta 13, 14
Robertson, Rev. W.S. 13, 14
Robertson, Mrs. W.S. 13
Robinson, Ella Flora Coody 236 n, 497
Robison, Colonel 29
Robison, William 60
Rock Creek 50, 501
Rock Saline Creek 477, 479
Rock Island Railroad 116, 123, 133, 134, 282, 609
Rocky Mountains, expedition to 326
Roddy, Bright 5
Roff, Charlie, Deputy Marshal at Hennessey 125, 133 n
Rogers, Diana, wife of Sam Houston 497
Rogers, Capt. James 85
Rogers, Capt. John 492, 493, 496, 497
Rogers, Lewis 493, 497
Rogers, Susan McIntosh 324
Rogers, Thomas Jefferson 86
Rogers, Thomas L. 497
Rogers, William 86, 497
Rome, Ga. 540
Rood, O.P., of Choctaw Academy 109, 110, 113
Roosevelt, Theodore 15, 464, 465, 467-469
Rosati, Bishop 252 n
Rose Festival, Portland Ore. 17
Ross, A. Frank 147, 148
Ross, Andrew 85
Ross, Daniel H. 499 n, 500
Ross, George 86
Ross, John, Cherokee chief 108 n, 318, 491, 542-545
Ross, Oliver 85
Ross, Robert J. 88
Ross, Templin W. 88
Rosser, Hubert 463
Rosser, Mrs. Virginia 48
Rosser, W.E. 48
Rosser & White, Editors 48
Rough Riders, troops L and M of 15
Round Mountain 322
Rubio, Dr. David 243 n
Ruede, Herman 245 n
Rush, Mrs. Belle 486
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Sac & Fox Indians 25, 29, 30, 33, 64, 65 n, 356
Sacramento Bee 567
Sage, Russell 14
Saint Ann's Academy, Ft. Smith, Ark. 231 n
Salem, Ohio 520
Salem Female Academy 245 n
Salina, Okla. 427, 492
Saline 476
Sallisaw, Okla. 496
Sallisaw Creek 554
Salt Branch 483
Salt Creek 71
Salt Creek Canyon 199
Salt Lick 506
Salt Plains, Big 199
Salt Plains of the Cimarron 199
Salt Works in Early Oklahoma 474-500
Salt Fork River 128, 477, 480
San Antonio, Tex. 531 n
Sand Party of Creeks 28, 29
Sand Creek 336
Sand Hill Battle, The 588
Sand Springs, Okla. 429
Sanders, Reuben 483
Sanford, James Monroe 149
Sangers, Captain 28, 30
Sangers, store of 28
San Jose, Calif. 539
Santa Fe, N.M. 329
Santa Fe Railroad 38, 39, 116, 120, 130, 134, 617
Santa Fe trader 480
Santa Fe Trail 334, 535 n
Sapulpa, William A. 73
Sasakwa, Okla. 33
Savannah, Ga. 311-313
Saw-Mill, First steam installed and operated in western Oklahoma 331, 335 n, 339-345, 359, 363
Sawokla, home of Miss Alice Robertson 11, 15, 16
Scales, Maj. Grey E. 33
Schofield, Col. 213
Schools, Arapaho 355, 585-587
Schools, Cherokee 238-240, 247, 256
Schools, Choctaw 90, 221-225, 227, 232, 233, 267, 383-391, 517
Schools, Choctaw Academy 77, 85-90, 92 n, 94-96, 98-114, 155, 156, 223 n, 240, 396, 399, 435, 513, 518, 519
Schools, Creek 14, 34, 66, 235 n
Schools, Female boarding 14, 233
Schools government 255
Schools, Indian 113, 159, 246, 247, 249, 252-254, 348, 349
Schools, Methodist manual labor, among the Delawares 253
Schools, at Quaker Agency 212, 217, 218
Schools, Foreign Mission at Cornwall, Conn. 223, 229, 230, 560
Schools at Salt Creek 56
Scott, Angelo C. 160, 290
Scott, Gen. Winfield 219 n
Scott, W.W. 290
Scott County, Ky. 86 n, 103, 240, 435
Scullyville, Choctaw town 232 n, 277
Scriptures and texts, translation of 13, 221, 222 n, 223, 237, 392, 515
Seger, John H. 348, 350-355, 358, 360, 361, 363-367, 570-574, 576, 577, 588
Seger Indian Training School 348-353, 364-366, 588-590
Seger Colony, Washita County, Okla. 354, 572, 573
Seminole, battalion 322
Seminole camp 234
Seminole chief 65 n, 234, 236
Seminole Indians 25, 61 n, 81, 85, 96, 98, 100, 107, 235-237, 256, 319, 321, 592
Seminole Nation 134, 235 n, 514
Seminole, Oklahoma 506
Seminole County, Oklahoma 328 n, 433
Seminole troops 545
Seminole warfare in Florida 234 n, 235, 553
Semple, William F. 508
Seneca Agency 246
Seneca Indians 246
Sequoyah, Cherokee Indian 496, 542
Sequoyah, alphabet of 237
Sequoyah, Constitution 283
Sequoyah, statehood convention 324
Seven Brothers Hills 228
Severs, Bess 34
Severs, Capt. F.B. 28, 29, 32
Severs, Miss Helen 34
Severs, Mary 34
Shackleford, Judge James M. 72
"Shanghai Bill" 334 n
Shanklin, Maj. 210
Shannon, Daisy 549, 552
Shannon, George 549-552
Shawnee, Okla. 446
Shawnee Indians 25, 246, 253-255, 481
Shawnee-Delaware Mission, superintendent of 255 n
Shepperd, John 498
Sheridan, Gen. 332 n
Sherwin, R.S. 203
Shreve, Capt. Henry M. 219 n
Shumfield, Conrad 38
Sibley, George, Osage agent 477
Sigourney, Lydia Huntly 556
Sinclair, Alex 330 n
Sioux Indians 594, 595
Sitting Bull, Champion of the Sioux 594-595
Six Bulls River 482
Sixkiller, Cindoche 72, 75
Sixtown Indians 396, 401
Sixtown Settlement 502
Skeleton Crossing 338
Skelton Depot, Choctaw nation 513
Skin Bayou 496
Skullyville, choctaw Nation 513, 518
Slaves 26, 27
Slaves, sale of 485
Sleeping Rabbit in Creek civil disturbances 59, 60, 62, 63
Small Pox in Indian country 98
Smallwood, Wm., student of Choctaw Academy 106, 114
Smith, Akey 497
Smith, Gen. 95
Smith, Marshall L. 460
Smith, Nicholas 86
Smith, Samuel, halfbreed Creek Indian 94
Smith, Rev. Z., Moravian Missionary 242
Smith Institute, Ky. 321
Smithosonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology 157
Smithville, Okla. 510, 511, 513, 518
Smoky Hill River 334
Sooners 115, 118, 121, 122, 130, 132
Sondheimer, Alex, collection of Indian beaded material 11, 12
Sondheimer, Joseph 494, 551
Sons of Veterans 9
Soper, Ellis Clarke 5
Soper, Oklahoma 277
Sophka, Cherokee dish 244
Southern Satesman 114 n
Spanish War 15, 17
Spanish War Veterans 17
Spaulding, John M. 250 n
Spavinaw Creek 243, 493, 497, 498
Spencer Male Academy, Choctaw school 227, 230, 233, 255, 269, 270, 277, 385, 386, 511, 515-519
Spencer, Okla. 432
Spiro, Okla. 232 n
Spring Creek 243, 256
Spring Place, Ga. 541
Spring Place, Moravian Mission at 139, 245 n
Spring, Johnnie 518
Spring river 247
Springer ranch 36, 37
Springfield, Mo. 516
St. Augustine, Florida 235, 236 n, 588
St. Joseph, Mo. 334 n
St. Mary's Kan. 253 n
St. Louis, Mo. 492, 551
St. Louis Republic 33
St. Louis, Oklahoma & Albuquerque Railroad 134
Stage Stand on Little Sallisaw Creek 21
Standing Rock 329 n
Standley, Capt. James Stirman 614-617
Star Route Stage 538
Steel, George W. 306
Stewart, Charles J. 502
Stewart, Capt. 47
Stidham, Mr., store of 22
Stillwater, Okla. 120, 169, 199
Stillwater Creek 431
Stockbridge, (Indians) 246, 253, 255
Stockbridge Missionary School 221, 222 n, 223 n, 504, 507, 508
Stoddard, Maj. Amos 475
Stokes, Gov. Montfort 86, 87, 481
Stone Calf, Cheyenne Chief 525-527, 539, 577
Stone, Capt. Hubbard 33
Stone, John 350 n
Stone Monument 9
Stonewall, Okla. 33
Stough, Maj., Indian Agent 572, 573
Stuart, Judge C.B. 461
Stuart, Capt. 327
Sugar Creek 22
Sugar Loaf Mountain 230
Suggs Brothers 381
Suggs & Wagoner, Messrs. 371, 373
Sulphur, Okla. 202
Summerville, Okla. 229 n
Sutton, Virginia Cox 145
Swanton, Dr. John Reed 157, 172, 392
Sweetwater Creek 536
Swords, Capt. Thomas 248
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Taft, William Howard 467
Tahlequah, Okla. 33, 50, 65 n, 108 n, 114 n, 255 n, 319, 461, 486, 500, 547, 550, 551, 556, 557, 565
Talapoosa River 172
Talassee, Creek town 184, 185
Talassee Indians 476
Tarrant, Judge, Creek Agent 94
Tatum, Lawrie, Quaker Agent 204-206, 208-210, 213-216, 218
Tatum, Mary Ann 204
Tavern, Aunt Sarah's (Davis) 22
Taylor, Post Oak 68 n
Taylor, Samuel 250
Taylor, Gen. Zachary 231, 232 n
Teacher's College, Northeastern 461-463
Tecumseh, Indian warrior 435
Tecumseh, Oklahoma 433
Teel, Herman and Sterling 463
Telephone, first line 33, 552
Templeton, J.L. 11
Tennant, Dr. L.C. 273
Tennessee 45, 86, 219, 260, 324, 428, 429, 489, 513, 608, 611
Terlton, Okla. 430
Territorial Banking Law 42
Territorial Press Association 40
Texas 26, 40, 134, 208, 209, 214, 220, 239 n, 260, 267, 320, 331, 332 n, 333 n, 337, 369, 370, 372, 377-379, 381, 394, 428, 499, 537, 544, 604
Texas cattle men 217
Texas cattle trail 334 n, 336 n, 338
Texas Cavalry 48, 49
Texas, Panhandle country 36, 38, 40, 345, 525, 538
Texas Road 9, 476
Texas training camps 16
Texas-Abilene cattle trail 334 n
Thoburn, Dr. Joseph B. 161, 433, 437, 438, 452, 596, 607
Thomas, Abel, Choctaw Indian 501
Thomas, Dr. Alfred B. 243 n
Thomas, Clarence Lot 614
Thomas, Judge J.R. 469
Thompson, Giles 499
Thompson, Martin 245 n
Thompson, Nancy 238, 256
Thompson, Henry 70 n
Thornton, Aunt Manervia, Cherokee Indian 21
Thlothlocko, Creek town 94
Three Forks trading settlement 476
Thomas or Little River 329
Tiger Creek clan 75
Tiger, W. 63 n
Tilghman, Bill, pioneer peace officer 127, 128
Tishomingo, Okla. 33
Tombigbee River 312
"Tom Fuller," Choctaw dish 228, 244
Torchlights to the Cherokees, the Brainerd Mission, by Robert Sparks Walter 138, 238 n
Tosimeeah, Indian Agent 338, 340, 526
Tour on the Prairies 8-10, 250 n, 426, 433
Towson County, Choctaw Nation 515
Trade with Indians 27, 326
Traders 427, 428
Trading Post 551
Trading settlements 476
Trail, Old 349
Traveler in Indian Territory, A, The Journal of Ethan Allen Hitchcock, by Grant Foreman 226 n
Treaty, of 1828 490
Treaty, Cherokee 543, 546
Treaty, Cheyenne and Arapaho 521
Treaty, Choctaw 88, 257, 265
Treaty, Choctaw and Chickasaw 259, 260
Treaty, Creek 65 n
Treaty, Indian 26-28, 61 n, 69, 214, 372 n
Treaty, Peace 573
Treaty, removal 542
Trinity National 563
Troup, George MacIntosh 313
Trueblood, Joshua 360, 585-587
Tuckabatchee, Creek town 57 n, 62, 94, 171, 172, 177, 185, 194, 315, 316
Tufts, Col. J.Q., Indian Agent 29, 30, 62 n, 65 n, 66 n
Tullahassee Mission School 13, 14, 238 n
Tulsa, Okla. 5, 8, 9, 201, 273, 293, 429, 430, 460, 476, 545
Tulsa Historical Society 8, 9
Tulsa, University of 5, 11, 14, 487
Tulsa World 460
Turkey Creek 334 n, 338, 433
Turnbull, T.B., Choctaw Indian 391 n
Turnbull, Turner B., Jr. 303
Turner, Clarence W. 18-21, 26, 30, 31
Turner, Mrs. Clarence W. 26
Turner, John E. 18, 27, 28
Turner, Julia (Ayers) 18
Turner, William D. 20
Turner Hardware Company 18, 19
Tushkahoma, Okla. 272, 277, 279, 386, 387
Tushkahoma Female Seminary 277, 391 n
"Tushkahoma League" 284, 285
"Tushkahoma Party" 279
Tushkalusa Colored Boarding School 388
Tuskegee, Creek town 57 n
Tus-tan-nug-ga, Yar-de-ka 54
Tustenugee 59 n
Twin Territories 273, 275
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Ultima Thule, Ark. 220, 221 n, 501, 502
Union City, Okla. 333 n
Union College, Schenectady, N.Y. 267, 270
Union Mission 237, 427, 461, 476, 481, 492, 495, 496, 554
Union Pacific Railroad 595
United States Court 72 n, 349, 351
United States Court for Western District of Arkansas 261
United States Court, Western District of Oklahoma 602
United States Court in Indian Territory 20, 262-264
Untermeyer, Samuel 457
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Vaill, Rev. William F. 250 n, 554
Valiant, Okla. 510
Van Buren, Ark. 21, 233
Vanderslice, D., Supt., Choctaw Academy 108, 109, 113
Vann, Andrew M. 487, 488
Vann, David 489, 491, 494, 496, 497
Vann, R.P. 494
VanVleet, Dr. Albert H. 197, 199, 203
Vaught, Edgar S. 602
Vawters, Capt. D.M. 49
Verdigris River 9, 26, 32, 239, 318, 319, 321, 427, 428, 476, 483, 484, 549, 550
Verryette, Father Felix L., Jesuit Missionary 252, 253 n
Vestal, Stanley 577 n, 594, 595
Vicksburg, Miss. 45, 87 n
Vindicator, The 384 n, 388 n, 389 n
Vogler, Mrs. 245 n
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Wade, Alfred, Choctaw chief 513
Wade, John and Simon 83
Wagoner, Okla. 9, 31, 550, 552
Wagoner County, Okla. 325, 428
Wagoner, W.T. 376 n
Walker, Joe, Cherokee Indian 244, 245
Walker, Robert Sparks 138, 238 n
Walker, Timothy 85
Wampum 557
War of 1812 553, 555
War Path and Cattle Trail, by Hubert E. collins 331, 534
Ward, Col., U.S. Indian Agent in Mississippi 258
Warren, Henry 350 n
Washbourne, Rev. Cephas 562
Washington, D.C. 14, 45, 60, 61, 63, 67 n, 69-73, 85, 155, 223 n, 237, 281, 284, 314, 316, 321-324, 328, 458, 459, 489, 491, 513, 544, 554, 565, 569, 571, 581, 595
Washington, George 6, 8
Washington, Ark. 220, 223 n, 505
Washington County, Ark. 48
Washita County, Okla. 536 n
Washita Expedition 332 n
Washita River 26, 210
Washita Valley 352, 529
Watie, Stand 46, 49, 540-548
Watie, Stand, home of 21
Watie, Stand, camp of son of 51
Watie, Buck 542
Wattles, Col. Stephen H. 55
Weaver, Claude 457, 461
Weaver, John Franklin 450-452
Weaver, Walter L., Justice of Citizenship Court 264
Webber, Walter, Cherokee 485
Webbers Falls, Okla. 21, 33, 494, 497, 545, 546
Webbers Salt Works 485, 496, 497
Wells, Lieut. Col. J.W. 48, 49
West, Bluford, Cherokee 487-489, 491
West, John 491
West, Jacob 491
West saline 488 n, 490, 491, 495, 496
West Side Democrat 608
Westbrook, Mrs. Roy R. 8
Wetmore, Lieut. Leonidas 227
Wewoka River 134
Wewoka, Okla. 33
Wharton, Lieut. Henry S. 240, 243, 244
Wharton, town of 128
Wheeler County, Texas 536 n, 537, 538
Wheelock Seminary, Choctaw school 222, 223 n, 224 n, 255, 386, 392, 421, 506, 515, 516
White, Miss Dollie 251 n
White, Myron 447
White, Paul J. 198, 199, 203
White Crow, Arapaho Band man 577
White Hair's Town 249 n
White Horse, Cheyenne Chief 577
Whitesburg, Ga. 317 n
Whitlow, Lieut. Benjamin 46
Whittlesy, Gen. Eliphelet, U.S. Commissioner 68
Wichita, Agency 362
Wichita Eagle 460, 570
Wichita Indians 160, 210, 369, 382, 557
Wichita, Kansas 336, 345, 367, 531
Wichita Mountains 201, 202, 210
Wilburton, Okla. 513
Wild Cat, Seminole Chief 236
Wild game 126, 330, 336, 337, 427, 430, 431, 551
Wild Horse Creek 431
Wilkinson, J.N. 11
Wilkinson, Lieut. James B. 477
Williams, Ben, Frontier Peace Officer 520-539
Williams, Col. 47
Williams, Edwin Farmer 331, 335, 343-346, 359 n
Williams, George L. 502
Williams, John F. 341, 521, 522
Williams, Loring S. 222 n, 508, 509, 512
Williams, Judge R.L. 12, 106, 514, 603, 606
Williams, Highway 513
Williams, Spring 538
Willison, Mary Berbidge 550, 551
Willour, Dr. L.S. 272
Willow Springs, townsite of 131
Wilmarth, Elma W. 11
Wilson and Wright, Messrs. 256
Wilson, Alexander, Cherokee Indian 486
Wilson, Alfred H., Indian Commissioner 15
Wilson, John Sr. 516
Wilson, Rebecca Riley 486, 487
Wilson, William (Pesachvbbi) 511
Wilson, Willie 516
Wilson, Woodrow 457-459
Winston, Charles, Choctaw 391 n
Wisconsin 332 n
Wisdom, Ted 32
Wolfe, James A. 5
Wolfe, R.M. 499 n, 500
Woodcock, Miss Affie 537
Woodruff, Alexander 250 n
Woodson, Captain 350 n
Woodward, Okla. 35, 39-43, 129
Woodward Advocate 135, 136 n
Woodward County, Okla. 605
Woodward Domocrat 606
Woodward First Baptist Church 43
Woodward Jeffersonian 116 n, 129, 130
Woodward News 40
Worcester, Ann Eliza 13
Worcester, E.D. 14
Worcester, Rev. Samuel Austin 13, 139, 237, 239, 256
Works, Joseph S. 332 n
World War 16, 42
Wright, Rev. Alfred, Choctaw missionary 222-225, 255, 392, 502
Wright, Rev. Allen, Choctaw 161, 267, 275, 502
Wright, Eliphalet Nott 161, 267-286
Wright, Frank 270
Wright, Mrs. Harriet Bunce (Mrs. Alfred) 222 n
Wright, Harriet Mitchell (Mrs. E.N.) 267
Wright, J. George, Indian Inspector 390
Wright, Muriel H. 161, 276, 595
Wyandot Indians 25
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Yazoo River 512
Yellow Bear, Arapaho Chief 577
Yellow Horse, Arapaho Band Man 577-579
Younger Brothers 33
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Zanesville, Ohio 335 n


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