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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 11
1933
INDEX

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Aaron, May Todd, 734
Abenaki (Indians), 946
Aberdeen, Miss., 912n, 926n
Abilene, town of, 1119
Acho, Choctaw Nation, 657
Ackin, James H., 1130
Adair, John L., Cherokee Commissioner, 1107
Adair, County Oklahoma, 1019
Adams, John D., Katherine and Sam B., 746
Adamson, Okla., 763
Ainsworth, N. B., Choctaw Indian, 997
Alabama, 638, 640, 675, 740, 743, 769, 807, 897, 903, 907, 915, 917, 998, 1020
Alberty, B. W., Cherokee Indian, 1002
Albuquerque, N. M., 647
Allen, Dr. E. N., 651
Allen, Mrs. Penelope, 930n, 936n
Alligators in Choctaw Nation, 1036
Allotment of Lands in Severalty among the Oklahoma Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians, The First, by Charles Francis Meserve, 1040-1043
Allotment of lands, among Creek Indians, 1016
Allotment of lands, to Kickapoo Indians, 833-836
Allotment of lands, to Indians, 655, 656, 660, 1055, 1078
Allotment of lands, among Oklahoma Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians, 1040-1043
Allotment of lands, to Ottawa Indians, 1077
Alluwe, Okla., 1112
Altus, Okla., 889
Alvarez, Don Eugenie, Spanish store-keeper, 949
Alvord, Capt. Henry E., 1053
Agricultural and Mechanical College 1127
Amarillo, Tex., 644, 664
American Fur Company, 792, 795
Anadarko, Okla., 633, 1000, 1004, 1005, 1046n, 1047, 1127
Anderson, Bud, 770, 771
Anderson, Lieut. Richard, 774
Anderson, Silis, student, Charity Hall, 923
Anthony, Kan., 664
Antlers, Okla., 1028, 1033, 1124, 1128, 1129
Antrim, Dr. Eugene M., 735
Apache (Indians), 703, 954, 955, 1051, 1053
Appleton, W. W., 1032
Apuckshunubbee, Choctaw Chief, 869
Arapaho (Indians), 661, 710, 713, 720, 721, 727, 728, 730, 967-969, 971, 974-979, 981, 982, 985, 986n, 990, 993
Arapaho (Indians), Bee, 710, 973
Arapaho (Indians), chiefs, 856
Arapaho (Indians), customs of, 859
Arapaho (Indians), files of, 633
Arapaho (Indians), opening of country of, 849n
Arapaho (Indians), reservation of, 740, 855, 994, 1040, 1043, 1051, 1053
Arapaho (Indians), school of, 712, 719, 722, 723, 726, 727, 845, 858, 862, 863, 991
Arapaho (Indians), warfare of, 856, 857
Arbuckle, Gen. Matthew, 766, 952, 1044, 1045, 1105
Archer, Mrs. Charles E., 1128
Ardmore, Okla., 664, 747, 872
Arkansas, 624, 656, 661, 663-665, 668, 673-675, 677, 743, 744, 746, 748, 758, 822, 952, 956, 996, 1019, 1021, 1022, 1049, 1064, 1065, 1068, 1070, 1075, 1085, 1107, 1108, 1129
Arkansas, Gazette, 667
Arkansas, Post, 789, 1114
Arkansas, River, 642, 644, 662, 665, 760, 765, 769-783, 790n, 793, 798, 805, 841, 843, 857, 895, 904, 905, 950, 1046, 1066, 1075, 1076, 1085-1089, 1091, 1092, 1095, 1096, 1102-1106, 1108, 1114, 1115
Arkansas, Territory, 790, 795, 966, 1022, 1044, 1075, 1084, 1087, 1089-1093, 1095-1100, 1102-1106, 1109
Arkansas, The Western Boundary of, by John Hugh Reynolds, 1088
Arkansas City, Kan., 644, 665, 1007
Arkoma, Okla., 1102n
Armstrong, Maj. Francis W., 810, 1044
Armstrong, Academy, 629, 814, 997, 1027
Armstrong, council at, 1028, 1029
Asbury, Francis, Bishop, Methodist Church, 999
Asbury, Manual Labor School, 744, 745, 1023, 1024
Asbury, Mission Cemetery, 1022
Ashley, James, U. S. Commissioner, 1107
Astor, John Jacob, 792
Atkins, J. S. C., Commissioner, 830n, 831n
Atkinson, H. M., Commissioner, 698-708n, 823, 825
Atkinson, J. S., 877
Atlanta, Ga., 940
Atoka, Agreement, signing of, 1031, 1032
Atoka, County, Okla., 801, 811, 820
Atoka, Okla., 763, 798, 808, 815, 820, 1027, 1130, 1131
Attucker, Arapaho Indian, 713
Augusta, Ga., 933
Aultman, Gen. Dwight E., 1001
Austin, Jane (Mrs. Jack McCurtain), 1025-1028
Austin, Lewis, Choctaw Indian, 1025
Austin, Mrs. Lewis (Mollie Webster), 1025
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Bacone, A. C., 1013
Bacone, College, 635, 821, 1013
Bacone, Indian University Instructor, 1013
Bagby, R. Edward, 874
Baker, H. F., 893
Balentine, W. H., 1124
Ballard, Calvin, 742
Ball playing in Choctaw Nation, 1034, 1035
Baptist, Academy, 820, 821
Baptist, church, 652, 742, 743, 747, 748, 808n, 820, 1011, 1106
Baptist, University, 742
Barde, Fred, 846, 910, 1013
Barker, Jams, farmer, Charity Hall, 922
Barnett, Jackson, Creek Indian, 742, 743
Barnitt, Adam, student, Charity Hall, 923
Barnitt, William, student, Charity Hall, 923, 925
Barrett, Gen. Charles F., 736
Batesville, Ark., 746, 1022
Baxter Springs, Kan., 695
Beale Place, 819, 820
"Bear's Glen, The," 767, 769
Bear Robe, Thomas, 855
Bear Robe, Arapaho (Indian), 991, 992
Bear Shield, Cheyenne (Indian), 864
Beatte, Indian guide, 774
"Beatte's Knob," 774
Beaver, Osage chief, 955
Beaver, County, Okla., 710, 1117, 1128
Beede, Cyrus, 705, 707, 823
Beers, C. W., 1117
Beeson, Leola Selman (Mrs. J. L.), 927, 931, 931n, 937n, 1124
Beeson, J. L., 927n
Beletre, Monsieur, Trader, 944
Belgians, colony of, 964
Bell Cow, Creek Indian, 1112
Bell, Benj., farmer, Charity Hall, 922
Bell, John, 916
Bell, Katharine, 922
Bell, Rev. Robert, 912-914, 916, n-920, 922-926
Bell, Robert, student, Charity Hall, 922, 923
Bell, Mrs. Robert, 922
Bellerive, Louis St. Ange de, French governor, 942
Belvin, Abel, 1032
Bemo, John, Seminole teacher and preacher, 879
Bemo, John Douglas, Creek, 879
Bennett, Leo, U. S. Indian Agent, 653
Bent, George, 854
Bentley, Martin J., 835
Benton, Senator, Thomas H., 1031, 1084n, 1090
Benton, Tenn., 932n, 935n, 936n, 939
Berthold, Bartholomew, partner of Pierre Chouteau, Jr., 792, 957
Bertholf, Marcus O., 1022, 1023
Bertholf, Martha, 1022
Bertholf, Rev. Thomas, 1019-1024
Bicentennial Washington celebration, 635
Bighorn River, 792n
Big Horse, Arapaho Indian, 710-713, 717
Big Mouth, Arapaho chief, 856
Big Raft, 1085
Billingslea, Frank, 767, 770
Birch, Maj. George, 766, 772
Bishop, William N., Agent for Georgia, 931, 932
B. I. T., The Story of an Adventure in Railroad Building, by J. F. Holden, 637-666, 758
Bixby, Okla., 773
Bixby, Okla., Tams, 655, 1015
Blackburn stage stand, 810, 811, 812n, 820, 822
Black Coat, Cherokee chief, 1065n
Black Coyote, Arapaho Indian, 660, 661
Black Dog, Osage Indian, 955
Black Hawk War, 691n
Black Kettle, Cheyenne Indian, 860
Blackwell Tribune, 874
Blain, Samuel A., Agent, 1046
Blaine County, Okla., 727n
Blancs, Cheveux, Osage chief, 948
Bliss, Col. Z. R., 696
Blue River 1112
Blythe, Napoleon, Cherokee Indian, 999, 1123
Bob, Daniel, Choctaw Indian, 910, 911
Bobb, A. J., 1032
Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation, 798, 801, 807-811, 816-818, 1023, 1027
Boggy Depot, Crossing, 804
Boggy River, Clear, 800, 809, 1027, 1113-1115
Boggy River, Little, 800n, 801, 808, 811, 820
Boggy River, Middle, 815
Boggy River, Muddy, 1027
Boggy and Sherman Road, 815
Bogy, John L., 1051
Bokchito, Okla., 1027
Bokoshe, Okla., 816
Boktukle Mountain, 910
Bonnefoy, Antoine, 1059-1062
Bonneville, Capt., 955, 962
Bonnin, L. S., 633
Book Reviews, 733-734, 1111-1120
"Boomers" in Western Oklahoma, 1029
Boone, Capt., early explorer, 1118
Boone, Nathan, 772, 774
Booneville, Ark., 1132
Boudinot, E. G., 1130
Boudinot, Dr. Elias, of New Jersey, 928
Boudinot, Elias, Cherokee Indian, 933, 934
Boudinot, home of Elias, 927-930, 932, 941
Boudinot, Typewritten History of Elias, by Mary Brinsmade Church, 928n, 929n
Bougie [Bogy], Joseph, French trader, 1113-1115
Boundary, dispute between Choctaw and Chickasaw nations, 804, 869
Boundary, dispute between Texas and United States, 889
Boundary, line of Kansas and Indian Territory, 1076
Bourgmont, 942
Bourland, Fagin, Mayor of Ft. Smith, 1101n
Bowhay, George, 888
Boyd, Allen R., 650
Boyd, Rev. Robert, 1020n
Boy Scouts, organizations of McAlster, 652
Bradford, Col. Jefferson Davis, 650, 656
Bradford, Maj., 1088, 1132
Braggs, Okla., 844
Brandagee, Senator Frank B., 900
Brazil Station, 816, 818
Brearley, Col. David, 1105
Brearley, Joseph H., 1105
Brevel, Mr., French Trader, 1113
Brewer, Phil D., 735
Brewer, Theodore F., 1122
Briggs, George, 889
Brinkley, Ark., 664
Brish, Henry C., 1073
Broken Arrow, Okla., 772, 773
Brown, Delila, student, Charity Hall, 923
Brown, J., Chickasaw Indian, 813
Brown, H. M. C., U. S. Surveyor, 1098, 1100, 1101
Brown, John C., 1091
Brown, John F., Governor, Seminole Nation, 658
Brown, Joseph C., 1110
Brown, L. L., 1107n
Brown, Sytha, student, Charity Hall, 923
Browning, O. H., 1050
Bruce, Isaac W., 878
"Bruner's Town," Creek settlement, 775
Brushy Creek, 800n, 811, 819
Bryan, William J., 892
Bryan, County, Okla., 803, 810n, 1115
Bryce, J. Y., 753, 754, 800n, 819n, 820n
Buck Gang, 685
Bucklucksy Trading Post (McAlester), Choctaw Nation, 760, 761
Buffalo horn spoon in Oklahoma Historical Society Museum, 1039
Buffalo on the Panhandle, 860
Buffalo Stage Station, 815-817
Buntin, Martha, 691, 823,
Burris, Margaret and Ticky, students, Charity Hall, 923
Bushyhead, D. W., Cherokee chief, 998, 999, 1122, 1123
Butler, Rev. Elizur, missionary, 927n
Butterfield (John) Stage Line, 801n, 804-806, 810, 811n, 813, 814, 817, 822
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, missionary among Choctaws, 1124
Byington, E. S., 1124
Byrd, John Ira Ellis, 999
Byrne, Pete, 657
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Cabanne, Jeane Pierre, 787
Cache Creek, 1048
Caddo (Indians), 693, 709, 857, 999, 1044n, 1046, n-1048, 1075, 1076, 1115
Caddo, Okla., 997, 1115
Caddo, County, Okla., 994, 1127
Cahokia (Indians), 1078
Caldwell, Kan., 644, 849, 850, 887, 888, 985, 1004, 1005
Calhoon, Thomas, student Charity Hall, 923
Calhoun, John C., Secretary of War, 913, 916n, 1087-1089n, 1091-1093
Calhoun, Ga., 927
California, 804, 822
California, immigrants, 802n, 803
California, Mail Route Through Oklahoma, The, 801n
California, Mail Route, 754
California, Trail, 802n
Calumet, Okla., 849n
Cameron, Okla., 1000
Cameron, Rev. Evan Dhu, 740-743
Cameron, School of Agriculture, 742
Campbell, Chas. E., 855
Campbell, Ralph, 650
Camp Arbuckle, 766, 770, 771
Camp Canadian, 766
"Camp Cedar," 771
Camp Holmes, 796, 953, 954, 1045
Camp Lee, Va., 1128
Camp Napoleon, 754
Camp Supply, 857
Camp Washita, 766
Canada, country of, 945
Canadian, Okla., 644
Canadian, County, Okla., 740, 1117
Canadian River, 642, 709, 760, 765, 766, 773, 778, 779, 782, 796, 798, 801, 805, 809n, 851, 857, 991, 998, 1015, 1045n, 1048, 1051-1053, 1066, 1067, 1085, 1087-1089, 1096, 1103, 1104, 1114, 1115
Canadian River, Deep Fork of, 777, 784
Canadian River, North Fork of, 705, 710, 712, 724n, 776, 783, 968, 993, 1040, 1117
Canadian River, South, 1040
Cane Creek 895
Canton, Elias Smith 874
Canzes (Indians), 944
Captain John Stuart's Sketch of the Indians, by Grant Foreman 667-672
Carlisle, Penn., Indian school at, 848, 855, 858, 998
Carnegie, Okla., 994
Carondelet, Baron de, 789, 790, 946, 947
Carriage Point, 798, 802, 810, 818, 850
Carroll, Gen., William, 1107
Carson, Christopher, 958
Carter, Edm., of Charity Hall, 922
Carter, Family in Georgia, 933, 934
Carter, J. V., 832
Carter County, Okla., 746, 747
Carter's Quarter, Ga., 934
Cass, Lewis, Secretary of War, 952, 1044, 1106n
Catholic, Church, 652, 735, 739, 740, 943, 963
Catholic, Home, The, 739n, 740n, 795
Catlin, George, 963, 1001
Cattle, industry, 658, 676, 747, 830, 855, 896, 962, 977-979, 982-984, 989, 992, 1029, 1118, 1119, 1127, 1128
Cattle, trails, 753, 754
Cape Girardeau, 946
Cayuga (Indians), 1073
Cedar County, Choctaw Nation, 1034, 1039
Cedar Creek, 774
Central Normal School, 1127
Cepeda, Governor, Mexican, 699-701
Cerré, Gabriel, fur trader, 787, 945
Cerré, Marie Therese, 788
Chaddick, Edwin D., 645-647, 649, 650
Challacombe, Doris, 1011
Chamberlain, Rev., Amory Nelson, Supt., Cherokee Male Seminary, 843
Chapple, P. E., 942n
Chapman, Berlin B., Ph. D., 1044
Charity Hall, An Early Chickasaw School, by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 912-926
Charity Hall, employees of, 922
Charity Hall, students of, 923, 924
Charity Hall, tan yard at, 916, 919, 925, 926
Chattahoochee River, 931
Chattanooga, Tenn., 927, 930n, 936n
Chattanooga, News, 935n
Chattanooga, Times, 939n
Chawannes (Indians), 946
Checotah, Okla., 742, 743, 1017, 1023, 1024
Checote, Samuel, Creek chief, 998, 999, 1122, 1123
Che-quan-ka-ko (Che-quam-a-ko-ho-ko), Kickapoo Indian, 702, 831
Cherokee, Gospel Tidings, 737
Cherokee, Live Stock Association, 1118, 1119
Cherokee, Messenger, 737
Cherokee, Neutral Lands Controversy, The, by L. L. Brown, 1107n
Cherokee, Phoenix, 1104n
Cherokee, (Indians), 637, 642, 656, 667-670, 675, 777, 779, 838, 839, 841, 883, 932, 952, 999, 1002, 1044, 1057, 1058, 1060, 1062, 1070, 1071, 1073, 1104
Cherokee, alphabet, 669-672, 996
Cherokee, Anti-Ross party of, 1068
Cherokee, cession of lands to, 1106
Cherokee, chiefs, 998, 999, 1065n, 1122, 1123
Cherokee, education of, 928, 930
Cherokee, Confederate, 1070, 1071
Cherokee, Deer clan of, 1057
Cherokee, establishment of first mission to, 930
Cherokee, Federal, 1070
Cherokee, Female Seminary, 1124
Cherokee, Homes of Distinguished, by Leola Selman Beeson, 927-941
Cherokee, intermarriage with negroes, 1065
Cherokee, Male Seminary, 843
Cherokee, removal of, 929n, 933, 934, 938, 1106
Cherokee, Sam Houston's stay with, 636
Cherokee, Western, 1064, 1103
Cherokee, The Story of the, by W. R. L. Smith, 928n
Cherokee, The Wild Rose of the, by E. Sterling King, 939n
Cherokee, Torchlights of the, by Robert Sparks Walker, 938n
Cherokee, Treaty of May 6, 1828 with, 1095
Cherokee, treaties with, 1118
Cherokee, Wolf clan of, 1057
Cherokee Nation, 625, 642, 644, 744, 780, 811n, 927, n-929, 933, 948, 996, 1019-1024, 1027
Cherokee Nation, allotment of lands in, 884
Cherokee Nation, boundary of, 1087, 1099, 1105, 1106, 1108-1110
Cherokee Nation, Canadian District of, 1022, 1066
Cherokee Nation, census of, 1062, 1065, 1071
Cherokee Nation, Cooweescoowee District, 1122, 1123
Cherokee Nation, Delawares in, 756
Cherokee Nation, Flint District, 1019
Cherokee Nation, General Council of, 1062-1066, 1069, 1071, 1072, 1107
Cherokee Nation, intruders in, 1064, 1107
Cherokee Nation, lands of, 1045n
Cherokee Nation, Light Horse of, 1067
Cherokee Nation, "Missions and Schools" in, 1019-1022, 1024
Cherokee Nation, Mission, 744
Cherokee Nation, richest man in, 839
Cherokee Nation, schools, 630
Cherokee Nation, Seneca Indians in, 1074
Cherokee Nation, slavery in, 1056-1072
Cherokee Nation, tribal records of, 627, 630, 631
Cherokee Outlet, 642, 740, 771, 1045n, 1106, 1118, 1119
Cherokee Strip, The, by George Rainey, 1118-1120
Cherokee Strip, 642, 644, 1118-1120
Cherokee Strip, oil and gas in, 1120
Cherokee Strip, opening of, 645, 655, 771
Cherokee Strip, sale of, 1072
Chelsey, Frank, 665
Cheyenne (Indians), 712-717, 719-732, 848, 967-972, 974, 977-979, 981, 982, 985, 986n, 990-994, 1001
Cheyenne (Indians), camp of, 863-868
Cheyenne (Indians), customs of, 859
Cheyenne (Indians), files of, 633
Cheyenne (Indians), Northern, 861
Cheyenne (Indians), Leaders of Northern, 970
Cheyenne (Indians), Uprising of Northern, 846
Cheyenne (Indians), migration of, 971
Cheyenne (Indians), reservations of, 740, 994, 1040, 1043, 1051, 1053
Cheyenne (Indians), traditions of, 993, 994
Cheyenne (Indians), uprisings of, 846-848, 851, 852, 860, 861
Cheyenne-Arapaho, Indian Agency, 888
Cheyenne-Arapaho, establishment of Agency, 709
Cheyenne-Arapaho, reservation, 855
Cheyenne country, opening of, 849n
Cheyenne Transporter, 849, 850, 853-856, 859, 860, 862, 863, 887, 888, 990, 993
Chicago, Ill., 792, 892
Chicago, Ill., and the Old Northwest, by M. M. Quaife, 792n, 951n, 965
Chickasaw (Indians), 637, 639-642, 656, 675, 812, 999, 1070, 1098, 1099
Chickasaw (Indians), education of, 912-926
Chickasaw (Indians), immigration of, 800, 809, 819
Chickasaw (Indians), language of, 917
Chickasaw (Indians), treaty with, 1046, 1050
Chickasaw (Indians), tribal records of, 628, 631
Chickasaw Nation, 625, 642, 655, 802-806, 814, 841, 842, 1049
Chickasaw Nation, capital of, 1001
Chickasaw Nation, lands of, 1102n
Chickasaw Nation, place names of, 1113
Chickasaw Nation, Legislature of, 806n, 812n, 869
Chickasaw Nation, raising cotton in, 912
Chickasaw Nation, schools of, 753, 912-926
Chickasaw Nation, travel across, 798, 800, 801
Chickasaw Nation, refugees in, 840
Chickasha, Okla., 742, 805, 801
Chilocco Indian School, 878, 1120
Chipchase, H. G., 887
Chippewa (Indians), 1076
Chisholm Trail, 753
Choctaw (Indians), 637, 639-642, 654, 656, 667, 668, 672, 675, 676, 763, 910, 999, 1000, 1022n, 1025, 1028-1031, 1033, 1044, 1045, 1057, 1070, 1090, 1091, 1098, 1099, 1114, 1131
Choctaw (Indians), Agency, 800, 810, 822
Choctaw (Indians), amusements of, 1034
Choctaw (Indians), cession of land to, 1086
Choctaw (Indians), chiefs, 800, 812n
Choctaw (Indians), dances of, 1039
Choctaw (Indians), delegates of Washington, 1026, 1045
Choctaw (Indians), during the Civil War, 818
Choctaw (Indians), education of, 1026, 1032
Choctaw (Indians), immigration of, 800, 1114
Choctaw (Indians), in Louisiana, 1027
Choctaw (Indians), language of, 917
Choctaw (Indians), missionaries to, 878, 1034, 1124
Choctaw (Indians), Oklahanali tribe of, 1039
Choctaw (Indians), regiment, 1027
Choctaw (Indians), spelling book of, 1124
Choctaw (Indians), superstitions of, 1038
Choctaw (Indians), treaties with, 1046, 1050, 1095n
Choctaw (Indians), tribal records of, 628, 629
Choctaw (Indians), warfare, 1115
Choctaw (Indians), words, 1112
Choctaw Nation, 625, 642, 644, 645, 652, 655, 668, 744, 745n, 804-806, 808n, 809, 812, 814, 910, 911, 913, 996, 997, 1021, 1023, 1025-1029, 1044n, 1049, 1070, 1097, 1098, 1114, 1128, 1129
Choctaw Nation, alligator in, 1036
Choctaw Nation, basket making in, 1039
Choctaw Nation, boarding schools in, 1030, 1031, 1038
Choctaw Nation, eastern boundary of, 1088, 1090-1093, 1095-1097, 1099-1101, 1104, 1109
Choctaw Nation, bridges in, 807
Choctaw Nation, camp meetings in, 1037, 1038
Choctaw Nation, captial of, 1029, 1033
Choctaw Nation, cattle industry of, 1028
Choctaw Nation, cession of lands of, 1092
Choctaw Nation, coal in, 646, 647, 649, 653, 655, 659, 663, 758-763
Choctaw Nation, constitution of, 810n, 1028
Choctaw Nation, council of, 761, 762, 806, 807, 814, 815, 818-820, 1026, 1028-1030, 1109
Choctaw Nation, election disturbance in, 652, 653
Choctaw Nation, fishing in, 1036
Choctaw Nation, horse racing in, 1036, 1037
Choctaw Nation, intruders in, 1045, 1098n
Choctaw Nation, lands of, 1046, 1096, 1102n
Choctaw Nation, light horse of, 762
Choctaw Nation, minerals of, 1029
Choctaw Nation, place names of, 1113
Choctaw Nation, politics of, 1027, 1029, 1030, 1032, 1129
Choctaw Nation, salt springs in, 1038, 1098, 1101
Choctaw Nation, schools of, 753, 996-998, 1026, 1122, 1129
Choctaw Nation, Senate of, 1028
Choctaw Nation, Skullyville Constitution of, 810n
Choctaw Nation, surveying of, 759
Choctaw Nation, travel across, 798-801, 805
Choctaw Nation, white settlers in, 1029
Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, Outline of the, by Muriel Wright and Peter Hudson, 1086n
Choctaw City, 835
Choctaw Coal & Railway Company, 644, 645, 647, 649, 650, 656-665
Choctaw County, Okla., 1028
Choctaw & Northern Railroad, 664
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway, 764
Choctaw, Oklahoma & Texas Railroad, 663, 664
Choctaw Railway, 834, 835
Cholera among the Indians, 964
Chologee, Creek prophet and medicine man, 1012
Chouteaus, The, and Their Commercial Enterprises, by Harriette Johnson Westbrook, 786-797
Chouteaus, Their Contribution to the History of the West, by Harriette Johnson Westbrook, 942-966
Chouteau, Don Agustin, 943, 944, 946-951
Chouteau, Augustus Aristide, 953
Chouteau, Auguste, Trader, 788, 789, 792, 793, 943-945, 952, 1086
Chouteau, Col. A. P., 636, 786, 787, 790, 793, 794, 796, 952-957, 959-962, 1045
Chouteau, Auguste Pierre, by W. J. Ghent, 959n, 965
Chouteau, Charles P., 794, 955, 963, 964
Chouteau, Cyprian, 787, 796, 957-959
Chouteau, Edward, 954
Chouteau, Edward L., 787
Chouteau, Frederick, 787, 795, 957, 959
Chouteau, Francis, 787, 795, 957, 959
Chouteau, James, 957
Chouteau, Jean Pierre, 956, 957, 965
Chouteau, Capt. Louis, 958
Chouteau, Louis Pharamond, sub-agent for the Creeks, 787, 952, 955-957
Chouteau, Marie Louise, 945
Chouteau, Madam Marie Therese Bourgeois, 786, 942, 943
Chouteau, Maj. Paul Liguest, 787, 952, 954, 956, 957
Chouteau, Don Pedro, 943, 945, 946, 948, 949
Chouteau, Pelagie, 945
Chouteau, Pierre, 786, 787, 789, 790, 795, 947, 950-952, 955
Chouteau, Pierre, Jr., 786n, 787, 789, 792, 794, 796, 957, 962, 963, 965
Chouteau, P. L., sub-agent to Osages in Missouri, 956
Chouteau, Rene Auguste, 786, 787, 943, 950n, 965
Chouteau's, Island, 793
Chouteau's, Post, 950
Chouteau's, Springs, 796
Chouteau-Laclede business and estate of, 942, 944
Chouteau-Pryor Trading Expedition, 790
Christian, Church, 871, 877
Christian, Emma Ervin, 1034
Christian, Observer of London, 1062
Chronicles of Oklahoma, 623, 687, 754, 755, 758, 760, 774n, 800n, 801n, 808n, 818n, 856, 886, 887, 978, 985n, 993, 1034, 1086n, 1116, 1130n
Church, Baptist, 652, 742, 743, 747, 748, 1011
Church, Catholic, 652, 735, 739, 740, 943, 963
Church, Cumberland Presbyterian, 912, 917-919, 921, 925, 926
Church, Dutch Reformed, 1042
Church, Episcopal, 652
Church, Methodist Episcopal South, 651, 652, 741, 742, 744, 996, 997, 999, 1000, 1002
Church, Methodist Episcopal, 897, 959n, 1019-1022, 1124, 1132, 1133
Church, Methodist Shawnee, 958
Church, Moravian, 928, 930, 931, 937
Church, Presbyterian, 651, 652, 996, 1000, 1004
Church, Quaker, 709-712, 733, 755, 826, 827
Church, Mary Brinsmade, 928n, 929n, 933n
Cimarron, by Edna Ferber, 1120
Cimarron River, 765-767, 769, 771-774, 777-780, 782, 783, 1045n
Cincinnati, Ohio 1022
Cisco, Ga., 937n
Civil War, 642, 643, 650, 662, 675, 676, 691, 740, 745, 751, 754, 758, 818, 839, 840, 842, 879, 883, 884, 905-907, 967, 985n, 1023, 1026-1029, 1038, 1049, 1068, 1098, 1112, 1119, 1123, 1128, 1132
Civil War, Cherokees in, 1068-1070
Clampitt, Elizabeth, 874
Claremore, Okla., 742, 1122
Claremore, Okla., country 773
Claremore, Okla., Progress, 874
Clark, Joseph Stanley, 1085
Clark, Gov. William, 792, 793, 951, 952, 960, 966, 1086
Clark, W. T., page
Clarke, William A., Senator 900
Clauder, Mr., missionary, 937
Clear Creek Mission, Choctaw Nation, 997
Cleeton, W. T., 874
Clemmer, J. D., 936n, 938n, 939n
Clermont, Osage chief, 777, 790, 795, 953, 955
Cleveland, C. A., 1127
Cleveland, President Grover, 623, 655, 684, 742, 982, 983, 1007
Cleveland, Okla., 767, 774
Cleveland, County, Okla., 740, 1117
Clingon, Bill, Cherokee Indian, 998, 999, 1123
Coachman, War, Creek chief, 897
Coal in Choctaw Nation, 758-763
Coalgate, Okla., 1129, 1130
Cobb Creek, 989, 992, 993
Cobb Creek, Indian training school on, 978
Cochnauer, Col. N., 869
Coe, Collins, 1032
Coffee, Nathan, 803
Coffee, William, 803n
"Coffee Bend Country," 803
Coffeyville, Kan., 644, 827n
Coker, Charles, Creek Indian, 910
Coke's Hill, 1102n
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Colbert Crossing, 811, 812, 814, 818
Colbert Crossing, Ferry, 798, 800n, 804, 810, 822
Colbert Crossing, (Jim) Station, 818, 819
Colbert, Alexander, Abijah, Adam, Charity, and Charles, students, Charity Hall, 923, 924
Colbert, D., Chickasaw chief, 813
Colbert, Daugherty, student, Charity Hall, 920, 923, 924
Colbert, Frank (B. F.), Chickasaw Indian, 812, 813
Colbert, George, student, Charity Hall, 923, 924
Colbert, Isaac, 819
Colbert, Maj. Levi, Chickasaw chief, 912, 918, 920, 924
Colbert, Lewis, student, Charity Hall, 924
Colbert, Mariah and Phelistia, students, Charity Hall, 923, 924
Colbert, Commodore, Lemual, Susan, Vecy, students, Charity Hall, 923
Colcord, Charles F., 735, 736, 738, 869, 1121, 1125
Cole, Coleman, Choctaw chief, 762, 763
Colorado, 656, 900
Colorado, river, 954
Colorado & Southern Railroad, 664
Columbus, Christopher, student, Charity Hall, 923, 925
Comanche (Indians), 693, 709, 720, 724, 725, 883, 954, 968, 999, 1004, 1044, 1046, 1051, 1053
Comanche (Indians), Medicine Man, 713n
Comanche Reservation, 855
Comanche Reservation, opening of, 1127
Combs, Captain, 1088
Commerce of the Prairies, by Josiah Gregg, 966
Conasauga, Tenn., 938n, 939
Conasauga, river, 935, 936, 939
Concho, Okla., 633
Concho, Indian School, 959
Cone, W. W., 959
Conestaga (Indians), 1073
Confederate states, 1068-1070
Confederate states, congress of, 1049, 1050
Confederate Veterans, organization of, 1133
Confederate Veteran, file of, 1121
Conkling, R. P., 805n
Conlan, Mrs. Czarina C., 735
Connecticut, 900, 912, 928, 929
Connell, Mrs. George (Vera Shidler), 874
Connelley, W. E., 1110n
Constitution of Oklahoma Historical Society, proposed amendments to, 995
Constitutional Convention, 891, 994, 1016
Conway, Gov., Elias N., of Arkansas, 1097, 1098n
Conway, Henry W., 1089n, 1090, 1092, 1093, 1117
Conway, James S., 1093-1095
Conway, Survey, 1096, 1097, 1101
Cooper, D. H., U. S. Indian Agent, 869
Cooper, General, 1027
Coosawattee River, 933
Coronado, early explorer, 1118
Cornwall, Conn., 928, 929, 933
Cosgrove, Elizabeth Williams, 734
Cotter, Rev. W. J., 931, 934
Cotteral, Hon. John Hazelton, 871-872
Cotton Gin Port, Miss., 912, 916, 917, 920
Council, between Creeks, Cherokees and Osages, 952
Council, Grand, 999
"Council House" station, 818, 819
"Council tree" at Cotton Gin Port, Miss., 912
Coussot, Pirrie, 1060
Coweta, Okla., 772
Cowskin Prairie, Cherokee Nation, 1070
Cowskin River, 1108
Cox, David Henry, 1124
Cox, I. J., 951n
Cox, J. D., Secretary of Interior, 1052n, 1098n
Craig, John L., Teacher, Charity Hall, 922
Cravens, Ben, 1119
Crawford, Andrew J., 1020n
Crazy Snake, Creek Indian, 1016
Crazy Snake, death of, 910, , 911
Crazy Snake, The Plea of, 899-911
Creason, Benjamin Franklin, 876-877
Creek (Indians), 637, 639, 642, 656, 675, 676, 685, 690, 769, 779, 839, 899, 901, 952, 955, 999, 1000, 1044, 1057, 1070, 1103, 1105, 1106
Creek (Indians), Agency, 636, 879
Creek (Indians), Anthology, 1015
Creek (Indians), chiefs, 998, 999, 1122, 1123
Creek (Indians), Commission on Seminole Lands, 998
Creek (Indians), Council in Session, The, by Alice M. Robertson, 895-898
Creek (Indians), council, 1013
Creek (Indians), emigration of, 636, 765
Creek (Indians), enrollment party, 1016
Creek (Indians), home life of, 999
Creek (Indians), "Pins," 841
Creek (Indians), settlements, 775, 776, 780, 782
Creek (Indians), Treaty of 1832, 765
Creek (Indians), tribal records of, 628, 631
Creek (Indians), War, 897
Creek (Indians), Wind Clan of, 1011
Creek Nation, 625, 642, 644, 744, 763, 780, 869, 878, 897, 911, 1011, 1012, 1019, 1023, 1024, 1067
Creek Nation, affairs of, 1013
Creek Nation, allotment of land of, 1016
Creek Nation, chiefs of, 1022
Creek Nation, establishment of capital of, 895
Creek Nation, orphan asylum of, 1014
Creek Nation, population of, 781
Creek Nation, robbery of treasury of, 842
Creek Nation, schools of, 843, 1014, 1015, 1022
Crocker, Col. Sam, 1120
Crockett, M. V., 874
Crook, Gen. George, 968
"Crossing, The Old U. S.," 771
Crossland, Dick, Cherokee Indian, 839
Cross Timbers, 784, 785, 955, 1045
Crow country, 792n
Cruce, Lee, 621-622, 737
Crutchfield, Margaret Vann, 931
Cruzat, Lieut. Gov. Francisco, Spaniard, 789, 944, 945, 947
Cuba, country of, 944n
Culberson, J. R., Choctaw Indian, 1031, 1032
Cumming, Sir Alexander, 1058
Cummings, D. B., 1023
Cuningham, Ross, Cherokee Indian, 999, 1123
Curtis, Charles, 735
Custer, Gen., George, 985n, 1119
Custer, Massacre, 969
Custer, County, Okla., 712
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Daily Ardmorite, 747
Daily Oklahoman, 833-836, 1001
Daily, Harry P., 673
Dakota, 660, 968, 969
Dale, Dr. E. E., 736
Dalton, Boys, 1119
Dalton, Ga., 933n
Dardanelle, Ark., 1132
Darlington, Brinton, Indian Agent, 709, 711, 857, 977
Darlington, Agency, 710, 723, 846, 848-852, 854, 967, 969, 970, 979
Darlington, Okla., 887, 888, 980, 982, 984-986, 988, 989, 1117
Daughters of the American Revolution, 937-939, 1005
Daughters of the American Revolution, Gov. John Milledge Chapter of, 931n
Daughters of the American Revolution, Muskogee Indian Territory Cahpter of, 635, 636
Daughters of the Confederacy, 878, 1121
Davis, James D., 808, 815
Davis, J. B., 1056
Davis, J. H., 888
Davis, Jefferson, 650, 1000, 1049
Davis, John, 775
Davis, John F., 1014n
Davis Crossing, 804, 808
Dawes, Act, 1015
Dawes, Commission, 654, 656, 660, 763, 1016
Dawes, Henry L., 655
Dawson, Lieut. James L., 765, 766, 771-773, 775, 781, 785
Dean, Sylvester, 874
Dearborn, Gen. Henry, Secretary of War, 1113
Deer in Choctaw Nation, 1036
Delano, Columbus, Secretary of Interior, 1108n
De Lassus, 948, 949
Delaware (Indians), 755, 756, 776, 796, 956, 958, 1044n, 1047-1049, 1077
DeMunn, Julius, 966
Denison, Tex., 654
Denver, Colo., 892
Detroit, Mich., fort at, 691n
De Villemont, 789
Dickerson, Argus, 889
Doaksville, Choctaw Nation, 997, 1027-1029, 1070, 1128, 1129
Doak's Stand, Choctaw Nation, 1025, 1086, 1091, 1092, 1114
Doan's Store, 753
Dodd, Samuel, of Charity Hall, 920, 922
Dodd, William, of Charity Hall, 919, 920, 922
Dodge, Col. Henry, 1000
Dodge, Col. R. L, 955
Dodge City, Kan., 753, 887
Donnel, Robert, student, Charity Hall, 923, 925
Donnell, Robert, 917
Donelson, John, 1106, 1109
Douglas, Mrs. Clarence B., 874
Douglas, County, Kan., 795
Douglas, Edward M., 1110n
Dowing, Lewis, Cherokee Indian, 1070
Downs, Henry D., 1088, 1089n, 1092n
Doyle, Burton, 820
Doyle, Thomas H., 735, 736, 893, 993, 1002
Dragoon, Expedition of 1834, 883
Drake, B. A., 874
Drew, John, Cherokee Indian, 1067, 1069, 1070
Drew, Salt Works, 839
Dubuque, Julian, lead mines of, 792
Dubuque, M., 793
Dull Knife, Cheyenne Indian, 846, 970-972
Dull Knife, "Raid," 970, 971
Duncan, Rev. W. A., 1124
Dunkle, Rev. W. F., 1000
Durant, Okla., 810n
Dutch Reformed Church at Seger Colony, 1042
Dwight, Mission, 737, 839, 843
Dwight, Simon, Choctaw Indian, 1031
Dyer, D. B., Agent of Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, 887, 888, 977-979, 982
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Eagle Fork River 910
Early Days Among the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, by John H. Seger 978
Easley, Col. John F. 747
Eaton, John H., Secretary of War 1106
Editorials 883-889, 623, 624
Edmond, Okla. 735, 1127
Edwards, Gov. of Illinois 951
Edwards, John 1026
Edwards, Jonathan 1026
Edwards, Station 818
Edwards, Thomas 818
Edwards, Judge Thomas A. 735, 736
Edwards, Trading house 802 n
Edwardsville, Ill. 952
Eel River Miami (Indians) 1080
Eggers, Charles, Superintendent, Shawnee and Sac & Fox Agency 632
Eldgeworths Seminary 1026
Eldridge, E. E. 1117
Eliot, Choctaw Nation 913
Elk Lodge 1131
Elk River 1108, 1110
Elliott, D. Stewart 1130
Ellsworth, Henry, Commissioner 952, 953, 960
El Paso, Tex. 804, 805 n, 822
El Reno, Okla. 644, 645, 649, 742, 850 n, 876, 986 n, 1045 n, 1116, 1128
El Reno, Globe 850 n
Emancipation Proclamation 962
Emathla, Hotulk, Creek Indian 911
Emory, Maj. Wm. H. 1046 n, 1047
Enid, Okla. 1112, 1118
Episcopal Church 652
Ervin, Margaret 1038
Etahdleuh Doanmoe, Kiowa Indian 858
Euchee Creek 773
Eufaula, Okla. 760, 763, 801, 840, 1003, 1004, 1012-1017, 1022-1024, 1122, 1133
Eufaula, Indian Journal 1014-1016
Eufaula, National High School at 1015
Eureka Valley 1052, 1053
Evans, George H. 736, 737
Everidge family, Choctaw Indians 869
Ewing, Finis and Molley, students, Charity Hall 923
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Fannin, E. J. 1131
Farr, James, student, Charity Hall 923
Farwell, Frank 1127
Fayetteville, Ark. 822, 1014
Fears, Mrs. Anna DeWees 878
Fears, S. S. 1130
Fears, Judge Stockton S. 878
Federal Road 933, 935
Federal Trade Commission 1006
Fensten, Joseph J. 1073
Ferguson, Gov. 1127
Ferguson, Mrs. T. B. 736
Ferries on Red River 798
Finlayson, Dr. John D. 755, 757
Finney, James Edward 1007
Fisher's Stage Stand 810, 812, 822
Five Civilized Tribes, closing of affairs of 1015
Five Civilized Tribes, Commission to 625
Five Civilized Tribes, Creek enrollment party of 1016
Five Civilized Tribes, education of children of 1026
Five Civilized Tribes, home of 637, 740
Five Civilized Tribes, of Indian Territory 1044, 1060
Five Civilized Tribes, removal of 638
Five Civilized Tribes, Superintendent of 626, 627
Flack, Mrs. Eliza Ann Juzon, Choctaw 808
Flack Stage Station 818, 820
Fleming, John 869
Florida 638, 658, 675, 691, 740, 858, 864, 944 n
Flynn, Dennis 657, 1002, 1111
Foley, C. E. 1003
Folsom, David A., Choctaw 817
Folsom, Edmund 1087 n
Folsom, Rev. Willis F. 996, 997
Folsom, diary of Rev. Willis F. 1122
Foreign Mission School 928
Foreman, Alex 841
Foreman, Bullet 841
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas (Mrs. Grant) 808 n, 912, 1124
Foreman, Grant 625, 635, 667, 736, 737, 767, 770, 771, 772, 787 n, 789 n, 793 n, 796 n, 800 n, 801 n, 818 n, 838, 885, 927 n, 931 n, 933, 952 n, 953 n, 954 n, 955 n, 960-962 n, 965, 1001, 1002, 1045 n, 1084 n, 1085 n, 1093 n, 1104 n, 1105 n, 1106 n, 1122, 1125
Foreman, Maj. John A. 1116
Foreman, Rev. Stephen 841
Foster, Townsend N. 1130
Fort Arbuckle 766, 767, 769, 770, 804, 809 n, 1046-1048
Fort Belknap 822
Fort Benton 796
Fort Berthold 796
Fort Carondelet 790, 795, 946-950
Fort Chadbourne, Tex. 822
Fort Chartres 788, 942
Fort Chouteau 953-955
Fort Clark 951, 956
Fort Cobb 1051
Fort Coffee 667, 800 n, 1000
Fort Coffee school 744
Fort Concho, Tex. 828
Fort Deposit, Ala. 1020 n
Fort Dodge, Kan. 793
Fort Duncan, Tex. 695, 696, 699
Fort Eliott, Tex. 849-852
Fort Gibson 635, 636, 644, 667, 745, 765, 766, 771, 772, 775, 779-782, 784, 790 n, 801, 803, 814, 818, 838, 843, 844, 869, 883-885, 890, 933, 952, 953, 955, 959, 960, 962, 967, 998, 1000, 1001, 1024, 1045, 1106, 1122, 1124, 1125
Fort Griffin, Tex. 632, 828
Fort Holmes on Little River 802 n
Fort Klamath 1081
Fort Leavenworth 905, 906
Fort Lisa 792 n, 796
Fort Mandan 795, 957
Fort Mason 953
Fort McCulloch 798
Fort Osage 795, 951
Fort Pierre 796
Fort Preston, Texas 803 n
Fort Reno 644, 647, 653, 722, 724, 725, 846, 849, 850 n, 851, 855, 887, 967-969, 979, 980, 982, 986 n, 1116
Fort Richardson, Tex. 695
Fort Sarpy 796
Fort Sill 645, 759, 809 n, 849, 850, 884, 967, 1047
Fort Smith, Ark. 643, 644, 667, 673, 675, 682, 686, 758, 759, 798, 800-802, 804-808, 810, 814, 817, 822, 843, 883, 1011, 1022, 1027, 1028, 1088, 1092, 1093, 1096-1099, 1101-1103, 1105, 1106, 1108, 1109, 1129
Forth Smith Elevator 680 n
Fort Smity-Boggy Depot Road 800, 804, 809, 811, 814-817
Fort Smith-Fort Washita Road 800
Fort Smith-Stringtown Road 801, 821
Fort Sully 796
Fort Tecumseh 796
Fort Towson 675, 869, 967, 1025
Fort Union 795
Fort Washita 798, 800, 801, 802 n, 804, 807, 840, 869, 967
Fort Worth, Tex. 653, 658, 746
Fort Yuma, Calif. 822
Fourche Maline 800 n, 804, 807, 808, 815
Fox (Indians) 691 n, 792, 951
France, country of 945, 947
Francis, John, Shawnee chief 958
Francis, Nancy, daughter of John 958
Francoise County, Mo. 963
Franklin, Benjamin, student, Charity Hall 923, 924
Frazier, Mrs. John Randolph 1007
Frazier, Miss Josephine (Mrs. W. R. Lawrence) 745
Freeman, Charles R. 1024
Fremont's expedition 796
Fremont's expedition, organization of 958
French settlers 1060
Friends, Society of 709, 710, 712
Frisco Railroad 643, 649, 659, 665
Frog Bayou 1086
Fulsom, Israel, Choctaw Indian 1026
Furman, Henry M. 893
Fur Trading 786-789, 792-794, 944, 950, 956, 962-964
Fus Fixico Letters, The 1015, 1016
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Gaines Creek 800 n, 809
Gaines, Gen. E. P. 912
Gaines, George S. 912
Gaines Trace, public road 912
Galbreath, Robert 665
Galveston, Tex. 850, 944 n
Galvez, Don Bernardo de, Spanish Governor of Louisiana 943, 944
Galvez, Don Joseph de, Secretary of State of Spain 943, 945
Gambold, John 930 n, 936 n
Gambold, Mrs. John, missionary 928, 931
Gardner, Elmer 889
Gardner, James H. 765-767
Garland, Samuel, Choctaw chief 812 n, 820, 999
Garrett, Charles F., Special Commissioner 1051
Garvin, Isaac, Choctaw chief 1028
Garvin, Okla. 1124
Geary, A. W. 801, 808
Geary Crossing 804, 810-812 n, 820, 822
Geary, Okla. 664, 724 n, 975
Geary Times-Journal 727 n
Georgia 638, 675, 740, 839, 927, 928, 931 n, 932-935, 937, 938, 1106, 1107, 1124
Georgia Guard 936
Georgia Journal 931 n
Georgia Landmarks, Memorials, and Legends, by Lucian Laniar Knight 933 n
Georgia, The Historical Collections of, by Rev. George White 930 n
Georgia State College for Women 927 n
Gibson Station, Okla. 879
Gilley, John, farmer, Charity Hall 922
Gilmer, Gov. George R. 927 n
Gilmore, C. R. 767, 769, 770
Glenn, Hugh, Trader 960, 962
Glen Pool 665
Gohi, Cheyenne woman 846-848
Goit, Mrs. Hattie 874
Gold, Benjamin 928, 929, 933
Gold, Eleanor 928, 929
Gold, Harriet Ruggles, (Mrs. Elias Boudinot) 928, 929
Good Hunter, Seneca Chief 1073
Goodnow, Isaac T. 963
Good Water Mission, Choctaw Nation 997
Gore, Okla. 839
Gore, Senator 870
Gospel according to John in Creek language 737
Gould, Dr. Charles N. 1111-1113, 1115, 1116
Gould, Okla. 889
Gould Railway Lines 662
Gowen, Francis I. 649, 664
Graciot, Don Carlos 946
Graham, Newt. S., Jr. 874
Grand Prairie 778, 783-785, 1045 n, 1113
Grand (Neosho) River 643, 761, 772, 779, 780, 790 n, 956, 1074, 1076, 1104, 1105, 1109, 1112, 1114, 1115
Grand Mission, Cherokee Nation 1022
Grant County, Okla. 753
Grant, Ulysses S. 674, 709, 710, 712, 826, 1051
Grappe, Mr., French trader 1113
Grasshopper, Cheyenne Indian 1043
Gray, Mr., of Charity Hall 919
Gray, E. A. 998
Gray, Hamilton 874
Great Plains 778, 783-785, 965, 1045, 1113
Great Raft 1085, 1113
Green Bay, Wis. 1080
Green County, Okla. 1053
Green Peach War 899
Greene County, Tenn. 1020 n
Greer County Pioneers organize 889
Grierson, Col. B. H. 828
Griffin, Ga. 931
Griffith, Dr. Alfred 651
Gubser, N. J. 767
Guerrier, Ed., half-breed Cheyenne 724
Guess, George (Sequoyah), Cherokee Indian 669-672, 996
Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Railroad 664
Guthrie, Okla. 740, 871, 891, 968, 1005, 1007, 1013, 1118, 1127
Guy, Mary Angelina 814
Guy, William R. 808, 809
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Haily, Dr. 762
Haileyville Signal 874
Hainer, Judge, Bayard Taylor 1005-1006
Haley, Maj. David 639
Halley's Bluff, Mo. 790
Hamelton massacre 958
Hampton, Wade N., Choctaw Indian 815-817
Hanraty, Peter 875
Harbour, Dr. Emma Estill 735, 736, 1125
Harjo, Chitto, Creek Indians 889-911
Harjo, Kono, Creek Indian 1015
Harjo, Pohas (Mrs. Lewis H. Posey), mother of Alexander Posey 1011, 1012, 1015, 1018
Harkins, George W., Chickasaw Indian 1123
Harlan & Rooks, Indian Traders 759, 760
Harland, Nancy (Mrs. Peter Hildebrand), Cherokee woman 939
Harnage, Bill 844
Harrell, Rev. John 744, 1000, 1021-1023
Harrill, Thomas C. 747-748
Harris, Anderson, Choctaw Indian 910
Harris, Cyrus, Chickasaw Governor 800, 869
Harris, Miss Minnie (Mrs. Alexander Lawrence Posey) 1014
Harrison, Benjamin 623, 624
Harrison, Zadoc, Choctaw Indian 1028
Hartshorne, Okla. 664
Haskell, Gov. Charles N. 886, 890-894, 1015
Haskell, Mrs. Charles N. 892
Hakell County, Okla. 1132
Haskell Institute 1040 n, 1042
Hakell, Okla. 773, 1124
Hasque, Rev. Urban de 740 n
Hastin, Rev. W. B. 996
Hastings, W. W. 736
Haynes, Mr., of Charity Hall 916, 919
Haynes, Charley, Cherokee Indian 998, 999, 1123
Haywood, John 935 n
Hazen, William B. 1052
Headrick, Mr. and Mrs. James 937 n
Hendrix, Bishop, Methodist 1124
Hennessey, Pat 1119
Henry, Andrew 792
Henry Texas' Ferry 895
Henryetta, Okla. 742, 743
Hensley, Claude 1116
Herndon, Judge C. C. 767
Herring, Elbert, Commissioner of Indian Affairs 920
Hickey, J. F. 656
Hickory Stomp Grounds 900
Hickox, R. R. (Rube), first postmaster of El Reno 1116, 1117
Hicks, Charles, Cherokee chief 930, 931
Hicks, Chas. R., Cherokee Indian 1063
Hicks, Daniel R. 1122
Hicks, E. D. 887
Hicks, Jefferson 1032
Hildebrand, Michael, Cherokee Indian 936
Hildebrand, Peter, Cherokee chief 932, 933 n, 939-941
Hill, Gen., A. P. 1000
Hinds, Sanford O. 1130
Hinds, Thomas, U. S. Commissioner 1087
Hippy, Cheyenne Indian 712-732
Historical Marker at Three Forks 635-636
Historic Places on the Old Stage Line from Fort Smith to Red River, by Muriel H. Wright 798, 822
History Tablets 751-754
Hitchcock Clarion 874
Hoag, Enoch 696 n, 698706, 707, 823, 824 n, 826, 827 n, 1052
Hobart, Mrs. Jessie Robb 877
Hodge, David M., Creek Indian 900, 908
Hodge, Frederick Webb 691 n, 1057, 1073 n, 1081
Hoffman, Okla. 1017
Hoffman, Roy 1006
Holden, James Franklin 637, 758, 760, 764
Holdenville, Okla. 657, 658
Hollis, Okla. 889
Holloway, William 807, 810
Holloway stage stand 822
Honey Springs, Battle of 844
Hopia Iskitina, or Little Prophet, Choctaw Indian 1039
Hopkins, Mrs. S. W. 889
Horse ranch in Panhandle 854, 855
Hotchkin, Ebenezer, Missionary 997
Hotgun on the death of Yadeka Harjo, by Alexander Posey 911
Hotos (Indians) 944
Houck, Louis 943, 944 n, 945 n, 946 n, 947 n, 948 n, 950 n
Hough, Emerson 1119
House, Adam, white settler 948
Houston, Sam 636, 960, 1120
Houston, Temple 1120
Houston, Texas 892
Howe, Okla. 661
Howe, R. D. 1017
Howell, Robert 932, 933 n, 935, 939 n, 940
Hubbel Big Horse, Arapaho chief 710
Hudson, Peter J., Choctaw Indian 630, 1086 n, 1089 n, 1091 n
Hueco (Indians) 1046 n, 1050
Hugo, Okla. 869
Hume, Annette Ross 1004-1005
Hume, Dr. Chas. R. 1004, 1005
Hume, Judge C. Ross 1004, 1005
Hunt, Philemon B. 1054
Hurley, Patrick J. 738, 869
Huron (Indians) 1077
Hutton, C. E. 1110 n
Hutton, Tom 843
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Illinois 745, 951, 952, 963, 1019, 1075, 1078, 1080, 1129
Illinois country 1114
Illinois creek 1021
Illinois (Indians) 1079
Illinois River 951
Illinois River, ferry on 839
Illinois River, in Illinois 1079
Indiana 745, 871, 1079, 1080
Indiana Territory 1084
Indian Advocate 1124
Indian affairs in Georgia 937
Indian Agency at Muskogee 1016
Indian Agencies in western Oklahoma 631
Indian Appropriation Acts 1054
Indian Ball game 1034, 1035
Indian Charity Hall 912
Indian Council 754, 763, 1070
Indian Country, Scenes in the 999
Indian education 913
Indian emigration 765, 772, 779, 810
Indian Journal 1014-1016
Indian Land cessions, schedule of, by Chas. E. Royce 1085
Indian Missions 1022, 1041
Indian Mission Conference 743-745 n, 1023, 1024
Indian Removal Bill 765
Indian Removal 1073-1083, 1110
Indian Removal, by Grant Foreman 800 n, 931 n, 933
Indian reservations 1041, 1049
Indian slaves 1056
Indian Sun Dance 720
Indian Trade 759, 760, 790, 795
Indian Training School on Cobb Creek 978
Indian Tribes in Oklahoma, the Location of 1110 n
Indians Under Reconstruction, The 818 n
Indian warfare 691, 694, 698, 700-703, 709-712, 729, 846, 860, 1056, 1119
Indians and Pioneers, by Grant Foreman 789 n, 965, 1104 n
Indians, of Five Civilized Tribes 1015, 1044
Indians, northern 1049
Indians, Plains 709, 744, 845, 856
Indians, removal of 960, 962
Indians of Texas 1046 n, 1047, 1048
Indians, West of Arkansas and south of Kansas 1049
Indian Territory 624, 635, 637-667, 673, 675-677, 679-681, 683, 689, 693-695, 697-699, 704, 705, 707, 740, 746, 748, 800, 801, 804, 805, 807, 810, 811, 814, 817, 819, 821, 822, 828, 832, 845, 849, 878-881, 890, 895, 897, 900, 930, 968, 969, 997, 1003, 1004, 1011, 1016, 1019, 1022 n, 1025, 1039, 1053, 1073, 1076, 1079-1081, 1102, 1107, 1112, 1131
Indian Territory, affairs of 1015
Indian Territory Bar Association 1130, 1131
Indian Territory, boundaries of 641
Indian Territory, Civil War in 642
Indian Territory, Coal in 758
Indian Territory, councils of 1014
Indian Territory, first white child born in Muskogee 877
Indian Territory, Five Civilized Tribes of 1068
Indian Territory, History of 1123, 1128 n
Indian Territory, minerals in 655, 658, 663, 665, 758
Indian Territory, Normal schools of 742
Indian Territory, opening of unassigned lands of 623, 645, 647, 654
Indian Territory, removal of Kickapoo Indians to 830
Indian Territory, surveying of Choctaw Nation in 759
Indian Territory, The Convention of the People of the 1122
Indian Territory, U. C. Court in 997, 1001, 1129
Indianola, Okla. 809 n
Ingersoll, Charles E. 665
Inglis, L. H., of England 1125
Inkanish, James, Caddo Indian 1042, 1043
Intollubbee, C. P., Choctaw Indian 1032
Iokatubba, student, Charity Hall 923
Ionie (Indians) 1044 n
Ionachatubba, student, Charity Hall 923
Iowa 650, 709
Iowa (Indians) 951
Iron Mountain Railroad 644
Iroquois (Indians) 1077
Irving, Washington 636, 765, 767, 769, 771-773, 794, 960
Island Bayou 803, 804, 812, 1114
Izard, Gen. George, Governor, Arkansas Territory 1093 n, 1095, 1103, 1105
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Jackson, Dr. A. H. 1116, 1117
Jackson, Andrew 638, 639, 641, 643, 883, 1087, 1107
Jackson, Mrs. Andrew 1106 n
Jackson, Jacob, Choctaw Indian 1129
Jackson, Rev. Jeremiah 743
Jackson, R. E. 1130, 1131
Jackson, W. C. 1130
James, Booker, student, Charity Hall 923
James, Charles M. 807
James, Davis, student, Charity Hall 923, 925
James, George D. 869
James, John 817
James, Lucy, student, Charity Hall 923
James, Robinson, student, Charity Hall 923, 925
James, Wilson, student, Charity Hall 923
James' bridge 816
Jefferson, Tex. 841
Jefferson County, Okla. 753
Jefferson, James, Jane and Nicey, students, Charity Hall 923
Jefferson, Thomas 638, 790, 950, 951, 1084 n, 1085
Jenks, Okla. 773, 986 n
Jerome, David H. 833
Jesuits 947
Jocelyn, Lieut. S. P. 1052
Johnson County, Kan. 958
Johnson, Lieut. Abraham R. 774
Johnson, Col. R. M. 924
Johnston, Henry S. 748, 894
Johnston, Gen. Jos. E. 1000
Jolly, John, Cherokee chief 1065 n
Jones Academy, Choctaw boarding school for boys 1031
Jones-Brown Survey 1098 n, 1100
Jones, A. H., U. S. Surveyor 1098, 1100, 1101
Jones, Robert, Creek Indian 998, 999, 1123
Jones, Col. Robert M., Choctaw 997, 998
Jones, Wilson, Creek Indian 899-911
Jones, Wilson M., Choctaw chief 1129
Journeycake, Rev. Charles, Delaware chief 755-757
Juzon, Lucy (Mrs. A. W. Geary) 808
Juzon, Pierre 808 n
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Kansas 643, 644, 659, 660, 664, 665, 676, 691, 693, 694, 695, 698, 699, 704, 753, 760, 793, 795, 849, 850, 887, 900, 905, 942, 952, 955, 958, 959 n, 963, 972, 984-986, 988, 1040 n, 1042, 1049-1051, 1068, 1076-1080, 1107, 1119, 1126
Kansas Historical Society 794 n, 942 n, 955 n, 958 n, 959 n, 963 n, 965
Kansas (Indians) 1075, 1078
Kansas Indians, cession of lands by 955
Kansas Indians, treaty with 951
Kansas City, Mo. 659, 661, 795, 964, 983
Kansas City Journal 1110 n
Kansas City, Pittsburg & Gulf Railroad 661
Kansas City Southern Railroad 661
Kansas City Star 835, 846, 910, 968
Kansas River 795, 796, 956, 958, 965, 1086, 1110
Kaskaskia (Indians) 1078, 1079, 1081
Kaskaskia River 1078
Kataka (Indians) 1045
Kates, Mrs. A. L. 874
Kaw (Indians) 857, 959
Kaw (Indians), traders with 957, 959
Kaw River 959
Keechei Hills 1052
Keechie (Indians) 1044 n, 1047, 1048
Keller, C. M. 855
Kellog, F. H. 1131
Kemp, Jackson, Chickasaw Indian 813
Kemp, Dr. R. C. 938 n
Kent, Okla. 1028
Kentucky 667, 744, 746, 807, 808 n, 811, 924, 925, 932, 933, 1003, 1124
Kentucky River 936
Keokuk Chief 870
Ketagustah, Cherokee Indian 1058
Key, Gen. William S. 735, 736, 1125
Keys, Electa, daughter of Isaac 1022
Keys, Isaac, Cherokee Indian 1019, 1020, 1022, 1024
Keys, Nancy, daughter of Isaac 1019, 1024
Keystone, Okla. 767, 772
Kiamichi, County, Choctaw Nation 1028
Kiamichi River 910, 1036, 1039, 1087-1089, 1091, 1093, 1113
Kiamichi Mountains 680, 910
Kickapoo (Indians) 693-707, 857, 952, 956
Kickapoo Indians, allotment of land to 833-836
Kickapoo Indians, census of 825, 826, 828
Kickapoo, Mexican, The 632, 691-708, 823-837
Kickapoo, raids of 824, 830
Kickapoo Reservation 699, 707, 832
Kickapoo, schools for 826, 827
Kickapoo, tribal files of 632
Kidd, Meredith H. 655
Killian, James 940
Kingfisher, Cherokee Indian 1057
Kingfisher County, Okla. 740, 1117, 1126, 1127
Kingfisher, Okla. 1117, 1126, 1127
Kingsberry, Mrs. George 1001
Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, missionary to Choctaws 997, 1034
Kingsbury, Capt. G. P. 800 n
Kinta, Okla. 800 n, 802 n
Kintpuash, (Capt. Jack), Modoc chief 1081
Kiowa (Indians) 709, 720, 858, 883, 953-955, 968, 1004, 1044-1046, 1051, 1053
Kiowa reservation 1127
Kiowa, tribal files of 633
Kiowa, country 953
Kiowa County, Okla. 994
Kiowa, Kan. 644
Kiowa-Comanche, Indian Agency 633
Kiowa-Comanche Reservation 645, 855
Kirk, J. Wood 1124
Kirkbride, George R. 647
Klamath (Indians) 1080
Korn, Frank Nicholas 875-876
Kornegay, W. H. 1131
Krebs, Okla. 650, 761
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Labadia, Silvestre, fur trader 787, 944-946
La Cheniere, Osage chief 948
Laclede, Don Pedro 943, 944
Lafayette, Marquis de 957, 962
Lake Mohonk Indian Conference 851, 1040 n
Lands, allotment of 1048
Lands, allotment of Cherokee Nation 884
Lands, allotment of Creek Nation 889-901, 907
Lands, cession of 1073-1083, 1085-1087, 1089, 1103
Lands claimed by Wichitas in Choctaw and Chickasaw country 1050
Lands of Quapaws and Osages 1044
Lane, Sampson Theophilus 1132-1133
LaSalle, early explorer 1118
Las Casas 947
Latham, Okla. 819
Latrobe, Charles 960
Latrobe, Charles Joseph 767, 769, 774
Laussat, Pierre 947
Lawrence, Kan. 707, 823 n, 824 n, 826 n, 827 n, 857, 968, 1007, 1040 n, 1042
Lawrence, John F. 745
Lawrence, William Ridgeway 745-746
Lawson, Mrs. Eugene B. 735, 755, 757
Lawton, Okla. 742
Lawton, Gen. 968, 969
Lead Mines of Julian Dubuque 792
Leard, Walter, Choctaw Indian 1031
Leased District 1044, 1046, 1047, 1049-1052
Leased District in Indian Territory 695, 705
Leavenworth, Gen. Henry 765, 766, 781, 785, 883
Leavenworth, Kan. 905
Leavenworth Expedition 803 n
Leavenworth-Dodge expedition 953, 1001
Leavenworth Trail 801
Lebanon, Conn. 912
Ledbetter, W. A. 735, 736
Ledbetter, Walter A. 1130, 1131
Lee, Fitzhugh 1000
Lee, Capt. Jesse 978, 982, 984, 986-990, 993
Lee, R. E. 1032
Leecraft, A. N. 735, 736
Leeds, William 664
Leflore, Campbell, Choctaw Indian 999
Leflore, Charles, Choctaw Indian 814
Leflore, Forbus, Choctaw Indian 814
Leflore County Sun 874
Leflore County, Okla. 1132
Leflore, Okla. 1132
Lehigh Valley Railroad 647
Lester, Preston S. 894, 1130
Lewis, Dr. Anna 754, 1025
Lewis, Governor 957
Lewis, Reuben 792
Lewis and Clark expedition 790, 792, 962
Lifter, Otter 1063
Liguest, Pierre Laclede 786-789, 793, 942, 943
Limestone County, Alabama 917
Limestone Gap 814, 840
Lincoln, Abraham 818, 905, 1027
Lindsay, Okla. 1045 n
Linn County, Kan. 958
Lipan (Indians) 632, 703
Lisa, Manuel 790, 792, 946, 950, 956, 957
Littlebear, Mary, reservation Indian girl 1042, 1043
Little Big Horn fight 846
Little Chief, Arapaho Indian 1043
Little Moon, Cheyenne Indian 863
Little Raven, Arapaho chief 856, 859, 974-976
Little River 766, 771, 773, 782-785, 801, 802 n, 1087, 1088, 1093, 1095
Little Robe, Cheyenne chief 851, 852
Little Rock, Ark. 662, 746, 821, 822, 1021, 1093 n, 1095, 1132
Little Rock & Memphis Railroad 662
Little Wolf, Northern Cheyenne Chief 970-972
Llano, Estacado 704
Locke, Edwin S. 1128
Locke, Victor M., Jr. 1128
Locke, Victor M., Sr. 1124, 1128-1129
Locke-Jones War 1124, 1129
Logan County, Okla. 740, 1117
Logan, David M. 894
Logan's Tribe of Seneca Indians 1073
London, England 1058, 1062
London Times 1015
Long, Dr. E. R. 1128
Long, Senator 900
Loomis, Dr. A. W. 999
Loring, S. L. 1032
Los Angeles, Calif. 822
Lost River Valley 1080, 1081
Loughridge, R. M. 999, 1000
Louisiana 942-947, 950, 951, 962, 1022 n, 1026, 1053, 1075, 1084, 1090, 1091, 1113, 1115
Louisiana Purchase 637, 638, 1118
Louisiana Territory 790, 1084, 1085
Louisville, Ky. 744, 794, 932, 1124
Love, Charlotte 803
Love, Henry 802
Love, Col. Hugh, Trader 960
Lovely County, Ark. 1105
Lovely's Purchase 1095, 1103, 1104
Lowry, Miss Estella B., (Mrs. U. T. Rexroat) 747
Lowry, George L. 747
Lucas, Mrs. F. B. 735, 736
Luce, J. B. 1101
Ludlow, E. N. 650
Lukfata, Choctaw Nation 910, 1128
Lumpkin, Gov. Wilson 927 n, 929 n, 932-934
Lutie, Okla. 808, 815
Lutofioppoh camp meeting house in Choctaw Nation 1038
Lynch, M. N. 836
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MacKenzie, Gen. 700, 701, 703
MacKenzie, Kenneth 795
Mackey, Jim 843
Mackey, Nancy 839
Mackey, Preston 838
Mackey, Samuel 839
Macomb, Gen. Alexander 772, 781
Madden, William, Creek Indian 1022
Mad Wolf, Cheyenne warrior 846-848
Maffet, George W., editor, Cheyenne Transporter 849 n
Magruder, Gen. 1000
Maha (Indians) 944
Mail routes 804, 814
Mail routes, establishing of 845
Mail routes, to Fort Eliot 851, 852
Maine 1040 n
Mandan (Indians) 794, 795
Mangum, Okla. 889
Manypenny, G. W., Commissioner 1045 n
"Marais de Cynes" 958
Marcy, Capt. Randolph B., expedition of 802
Marcy, Capt. Randolph B., expedition of California Trail 800 n
Margan, T. J., Commissioner of Indian Affairs 831 n
Marly, Pedro, Trader 944
Martin, Miss Belva 1093
Martin, John, Treasurer, Cherokee Nation, home of 933-935
Marvin, Bishop 1024
Maryland 651
Masonic Lodge 747, 748, 1006, 1131
Massacre in Kansas 958
Mathews, Col. A. C. 1071
Mathews, John Joseph 733
Mathews, William Shirley 734
Matubbee, Shehunah, student, Charity Hall 923
Maxent, Laclede & co. 788
Maxey, Napoleon B. 1130
Maximilian, Prince of Wied 963
Maxwell, Lucien 958
Mayes, J. B., Cherokee chief 996
Mayes, County Democrat 874
Maysville, village of 1109
Maysville, News 874
Mayhew, Choctaw Nation 996
McAlester, Okla. 644-646, 649-658, 742, 760, 761, 764, 800 n, 809 n, 840, 875, 910, 997, 1007, 1130, 1131
McAlester, discovery of coal in district of 758-763
McAlester, & Hannaford Indian Traders 760
McAlester, J. J. 645, 646, 649, 758-764
McAlester, News 1016
McAlester, News-Capitol 874
McAlester, Road 802 n
McAlister, W. L. 1000
McAnally, Dr. 744
McCain, Farrar Leonidas 746
McCloud, Okla. 699
McCown, W. B. 633
McCoy, A., Chicasaw Indian 813, 869
McCoy, A., Cherokee Indian 1063
McCoy, Rev. Isaac, Baptist missionary 765, 775, 779, 780, 1105 n, 1106, 1110
McCoy, Joseph 1119
McCoy, Dr. Rice, surveyor 1106, 1109
McCoy, plat of Cherokee lands 1045 n
McCullough, Gen. 758, 1069
McCurtain, Edmund, Choctaw Indian 1122
McCurtain, Jack, Choctaw chief 817, 1027-1030
McCurtain, Jane Austin (Mrs. Jack Mccurtain) 817, 1025, 1027-1033
McCurtain, Miss Ida 1031
McCurtain's Station 818
McDaniel's Crossing 804, 807, 816
McDonald, Wm. C. 1116, 1117
McFarlan, R. E. 658
McGee, Jane, Chickasaw Indian 809
McHenry, Rev. James 897, 898, 999
McIntire, B. S. 1032
McIntosh, A. L. 1031
McIntosh, Alex, Choctaw Indian 1031
McIntosh, Roly, Creek Indian 955, 1122
McIntosh, County, Okla. 909, 1017, 1024
McIntosh (Creek) settlements 780
McKee, Henry D. 1109
McKee, Henry E., U. S. Surveyor 1099-1101
McKenney, Robert L. 920 n
McKenney, Thomas L. 914, 917, 925, 996
McKennon, Archibald S. 655
McKinney, Thompson, Choctaw Indian 1128, 1129
McKinney's Station 818, 820
McLoud, J. W., of Iowa 650
McMinn, Governor 936
McNair, David, Cherokee Chief, home of 932, 933 n, 935-940
McNair, Boat-Yard of 936, 937, 939
McNair, burial place of 938
McNair, Delilah (Mrs. David McNair) 937, 938
McNair, D. D. 952
McVean, Miss Margaret 1125
Meerschaert, Right Rev. Theophile 739-740
Meerschaert, Right Rev. Theophile, portrait of 735
Meigs, Return J. 930 n, 936 n
Memorial Society 886
Memories of My Childhood Days in the Choctaw Nation, by Emma Ervin Christian 1034-1039
Memphis, Tenn. 647, 661-663, 821, 822, 1132
Menard, Pierre 952, 956, 962
Me-o-kany, Indian 717
Merritt, Lafe 849 n, 850 n, 888
Meserve, Dr. Charles Francis 1040
Meserve, John Bartlett 899
Methodist Episcopal Church 651, 652, 741, 742, 878, 897, 958, 996, 997, 999, 1000, 1002, 1019-1022, 1124, 1132, 1133
Methodist Church of Canada 658
Methodist Episcopal Church at Tahlequah 1123
Methodist Magazine 928 n
Methodist Mission in Kansas 955
Methodist Missions in Kansas 959 n, 966
Methvin, J. J. 1000
Mexican Kickapoos, The, by Martha Buntin 691-708, 823-837
Mexican Territory 1087 n, 1091
Mexico, country of 691, 693-707, 823, 825, 828, 944, 953, 962
Mexico, troubles in 954
Miami (Indians) 948, 1079-1081, 1110
Micco, Tookpofko, Creek Indian 1015
Michigan 1077
Midland Valley Railroad 657, 664, 665, 746
Miles, General 968
Miles, John D. 695-698, 716, 719, 724, 846, 968, 969, 977-979
Miles, Maj. Laban J., Osage Indian Agent 705 n, 733
Military Post in Leased District 1046
Military Road 782
Milledge, Gov. John 931 n
Milledgeville, Ga. 927 n, 931 n, 1124
Miller County 1105
Minco, Okla. 1004
Minerals in Choctaw Nation 1029
Mingo (Indians) 1073
Minneapolis, Minn. 647
Minutes, Oklahoma Historical Society, annual meeting 735-738
Minutes, Oklahoma Historical Society, quarterly meetings 869-870, 995-1002, 1121-1125
Mirer, Francis, of Charity Hall 922
Missions, Cherokee 1020 n, 1022, 1024
Missions, Creek 1022
Missions, near Seger School 1041, 1042
Missions of the M. E. Church South 1022 n
Mississippi 638, 640, 740, 801, 808 n, 809, 810, 912, 916, 926 n, 997, 1029, 1039, 1086, 1088, 1114
Mississippi River 638-642, 675, 743, 751, 752, 800, 887, 904, 936, 946, 948, 952, 954, 996, 1027, 1065, 1074-1078, 1080, 1084-1086, 1090, 1096
Mississippi Valley, fear of invasion of 947
Mississippi Valley, slavery controversy in 958
Mississippi Valley, trading posts in 792
Missouri 651, 674, 677, 691, 747, 761, 790, 801 n, 951, 963, 986 n, 1044, 1074, 1076, 1078, 1079, 1089-1091, 1095, 1103-1110
Missouri, Bank of 793
Missouri Fur Company 792
Missouri Constitutional Convention 963
Missouri River 788, 790, 794-796, 905, 943, 944, 948, 950, 956, 963, 964, 1077, 1110
Missouri Territory 793, 795, 951, 956, 1084
Missouri Valley 786
Missouri Valley, trading post in 792
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad 637, 643-645, 649, 653, 654, 659, 760-762, 801, 821, 850, 879, 1102 n, 1130
Missouri Pacific Railroad 644, 789 n
Misuris (Indians) 944
Mitchel, D. P. 1108, 1109
Mitchel, Mrs. Kate Edwards Bemo 878-879
Mitchell's hotel, Muskogee 843
Mitchigamia (Indians) 1078
Mix, C. E. 1045 n, 1046, 1047, 1051, 1097 n, 1098
Mizer, Major 722
Mizner, Col. J. K. 969
"Model Indian Industrial School" 993
Modoc (Indians) 1080, 1081, 1110
Modoc (Indians), origin of 1073
Modoc War of 1872-1873 1081
Mohawk (Indians) 1073
Molitor, F. A. 660
Monclova, Mexico 700
Monroe County, Miss. 912, 916
Montana 900, 969
Monterey, Nuevo Leon 700
Montero, Antonio, Mexican 700
Moon, Chas. E. 894
Moore, Mr., of Charity Hall 919
Moore, Ely, Jr. 958 n
Moore, Mrs. Jessie E. 736, 803 n, 1001
Moore, Mrs. N. B. (Augusta) 737, 878, 1124
Mooresville, Ala. 917
Moravian Mission 928, 930, 931, 937
Morgan, John 1000
Morgan, T. J., Commissioner 1055
Mormans 802
Morris, Bishop 1022
Mosholatubbee District, Choctaw Nation 1122
Mosholatubbee District in Mississippi 807
Mosholatubbee District in Oklahoma 809
Mounds, Okla. 773
Mountain Spring Camp Ground, Ark. 1019
Mountain Station, old 798, 809, 816, 818
Mouse, Lacey, Cherokee Indian 1070
Moytoy, Cherokee "Emporor" 1058
Muncie, Kan. 796
Munn, Julius de 793
Murphy, John 985, 986
Murray County, Ga. 928, 931, 934
Murray School of Agriculture 1001
Murray, Gov. William H. 753, 891, 1109 n
Muskogee, Okla. 626, 635, 655, 665, 739 n, 742, 743, 745, 746, 760, 821, 843, 878-880, 887, 890, 899, 1000, 1015, 1016, 1091, 1099 n, 1101 n, 1123, 1125, 1129, 1131
Muskogee County, Okla. 746
Muskogee District, Creek Nation 1123
Muskogee, Okla., first white child born in 877
Muskogee, Okla., first store in 877
Muskogee Institute 1124
Muskogee Phoenix 874, 1016, 1017
Muskogee Times 1015, 1016
Muscotah, Kan. 695
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Nail, Jonathan, Choctaw Indian 812, 815, 817
Nail's Crossing on blue 798, 802, 804, 810, 812, 815, 817, 818, 822
Nail's Mill 817
Nanamatubbee, Captain, Choctaw Indian 1038
Nanih Waya, Choctaw Nation 1026, 1029
"Narrows, The" 807, 817, 818
Nashville, Tenn. 801, 1038
Natchez (Indians) 1087 n
Natchez Trace (public road) 801, 809, 912
Natchitoches, La. 1088, 1113
National Cemetery 673, 689, 745
Navajoe (Indians) 857
Neal, General 968
Neal, Moses 827, 830 n, 831
Neatha, Arapaho Indian boy 713, 727, 728
Nebraska 660
Necrology 739-748, 874-880, 1003-1007, 1126-1133
Needles, Col. T. B. 1001
Neeley, Rev. Richard 1020 n
Neighbors, Robert S., Special Indian Agent 1045, 1046 n, 1048
Nelson, W. R. 1001
Neosho (Grand) River 643, 761, 772, 779, 780, 790 n, 956, 1074, 1076, 1104, 1105, 1109, 1112, 1114, 1115
Nesbitt, Paul 758
Ne-um (Indians) 1050
Neutral lands 1107
New Echota, Ga., Cherokee capital 927-929, 933, 1107
New Hope, Choctaw Nation 818, 878
New Hope Academy 998
New Hope Chapel 1124
New Hope School for girls 1122
New Jersey 928
New Madrid 947
Newman, Grey 889
New Mexico 1117
New Orleans, La. 661, 786, 788, 942, 945, 946, 948, 1026
Newport, Ark. 664
Newspaper, first printed in western Oklahoma 850 n
New State Tribune 890
Newton, Isaac, student, Charity Hall 923
New Town, Cherokee capital 927, 1063
New York 1019, 1024, 1073
New York City 746, 963, 985 n
New York Herald 801 n
Nichols, Allen G. 894
Nicholson, Mrs. Helen, daughter of Robert Howell 933 n, 939 n, 940
Nicholson, William 826
Noble, John N. 887
No-Ko-What, Kickapoo Indian 693
Nooan, G. H. 691, 693 n
Norman, Okla. 741, 742, 953, 1111, 1127
North Carolina 635, 740, 743, 747, 802, 1040 n
Novarro, Martin 947
Nowattah, student, Charity Hall 923
Nowlin, Mrs. N. R. 1121
Nuttall, Thos. 1088, 1114
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Oake family, Choctaw Indians 869
Oakes, Thomas S., Choctaw Indian 1038
Oconostota, Cherokee chief 939 n
Ohio 673, 878, 886, 890, 932, 936, 960, 963, 1004, 1007, 1075-1077, 1080
Ohio (Indians) 1073
Ohio River 838, 947
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad of Illinois 963
Okay, Okla. 636
Okemah, Okla. 1014 n
Oklahanali tribe of Choctaw Indians 1039
Oklahoma 621-625, 629, 634-637, 646, 658, 659, 663, 665, 673, 678, 733, 735, 739-741, 744, 746-748, 751-754, 756, 759, 765, 798, 800, 802, 804 n, 821 n, 832, 854, 883, 884, 886-888, 890-893, 909, 930 n, 938, 960, 967, 968, 972, 994, 1016, 1031, 1033, 1044, 1073, 1075, 1085, 1086, 1101, 1105 n, 1110-1112, 1114-1119
Oklahoma Agricultural & Mechanical College 874
Oklahoma Baptist University 742, 874
Oklahoma "Boomers" 1029, 1120, 1126
Oklahoma College for Women 754
Oklahoma Constitutional Convention 874
Oklahoma Daily 874
Oklahoma, Early Postoffices of, by Grant Foreman 818 n
Oklahoma, Early Telephone History of 887
Oklahoma, Eastern Boundary, of 1084-1110
Oklahoma, Encyclopedia of 1113
Oklahoma, first brick church in 1124
Oklahoma Leader 874
Oklahoma Memorial Association 1005
Oklahoma, minerals in 637, 747
Oklahoma, opening for settlement of 850 n, 1007
Oklahoma Place Names, by Charles N. Gould 1111-1115
Oklahoma Presbyterian College 1000
Oklahoma Press Association 874
Oklahoma, run of 1889 into 735
Oklahoma, Superintendent of Schools of 742
Oklahoma, Supreme Court of 1131
Oklahoma, trails in Eastern 800 n
Oklahoma, University of 713, 742, 978, 1093, 1097 n, 1106 n, 1108 n, 1110, 1130
Oklahoma City, Okla. 649, 651, 653, 656-660, 735, 736, 739, 740, 742, 747, 830, 877, 891, 1005, 1016 n, 1117, 1121, 1127, 1131
Oklahoma City University 735
Oklahoma County, Okla. 740
Oklahoma Historical Society 624, 625, 627, 630, 632-634, 636, 753, 755, 800 n, 948 n, 884-886, 993, 994, 1012 n, 1014 n, 1016 n, 1024, 1120, 1125
Oklahoma Historical Society, constitution of 752, 995
Oklahoma Historical Society, minutes of annual meeting of 735-738
Oklahoma Historical Society, minutes of quarterly meeting of 869-870, 995-1002, 1121-1125
Oklahoma Historical Society, museum of 1039, 1096 n
Oklahoma Territory 654, 657, 660, 742, 833, 834, 889, 1040, 1044, 1055, 1126
Oklahoma Territory Bar Association 1131
Oklahoma Territory, first hotel in 986 n
Okmulgee, Okla. 642, 742, 743, 895, 896, 900, 998, 1014, 1122
Olasechubi, Choctaw Indian 816
Old Boggy Depot, by Muriel H. Wright 800 n
Oliphant, A. M. 691, 693 n
Omaha (Indians) 857, 1075
Onondaga (Indians) 1073
Onohoe, Arapaho Indian 1043
One Hundred Years Ago in the Region of Tulsa, by James H. Gardner 765-785
Oneida (Indians) 1073
Oneta, Okla. 772
Oregon 1080
Ormsby, W. L. 801 n, 812 n
Osage County, Okla. 771, 773, 1127, 1128
Osage (Indians) 733, 772, 773, 777, 779, 787, 789, 790, 795, 857, 883, 944, 947, 948, 950-953, 955-957, 960, 1044, 1075, 1086, 1088, 1103, 1106, 1114
Osage (Indians) Agency 636, 794
Osage (Indians) Agent 705 n
Osage, Arkansas 948, 960
Osage, Big 944
Osage, Little 944
Osage Nation 665, 1007
Osage Trade 790
Osage Trails 765, 773, 774, 777-779, 783, 784
Osage River 790, 1077
Osawatomie, Kan. 958, 966
Ottawa (Indians) 1073, 1076, 1077, 1081, 1110
Our Monthly 869
Outline of Choctaw and Chickasaw Nations, by Muriel Wright and Peter Hudson 1086 n
Overland Mail Route 804, 805, 817 n, 821
Owen, Robert L. 892, 1015, 1130
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Pacanne, Miami chief 948
Paducah, Ky. 1132
Paine, Rev. F. M. 1000
Panhandle, The 854, 1044
Panhandle, buffalo on 860
Panis (Indians) 944
Papen, Joseph, Trader 945
Papin, Julia, cousin of Auguste Chouteau 943
Papin, P. Millicour 796
Paris, Tex. 944
Parke, Franke E. 997
Parker, Cynthia Ann, white prisoner of Comanches 954
Parker, E. S. 694, 695, 1052 n
Parker, Judge Isaac, by Harry P. Daily 673-690
Parker, Chief Quannah 954
Parks, Ernest 850 n
Parks, Jabel 940
Parrott, D. K. 1109 n
Parsons, Kan. 760, 761
Paschel, Ridge 1130
Pasco, G. W. 1130
Path Killer, Cherokee Indian 1063
Path Killer, grave of 929
Patrick, Lee, Sac & Fox Agent 835
Patterson, James A. 877
Patty, Tenn. 935
Pawhuska, Okla. 665, 734, 1127
Pawhuska (White Hair), Osage chief 948, 950, 955
Pawnee (Indians) 776, 779, 783-785, 856, 857, 860
Pawnee County, Okla. 767, 771
Payne, David L. 832, 850 n, 1120, 1126
Payne, John Howard 936
Peace Commission at Muskogee among the Indians, The 1123
Pea Ridge, Battle of 758, 1070
Pebworth, R., Choctaw Indian 1031
Pegg, Thomas, Cherokee Indian 1070
Penn, William 755, 756
Peery, Dan W. 709, 735, 736, 845, 911, 967, 1002, 1125
Pennsylvania 650, 755, 761, 998, 1026, 1075, 1117
Peoria, Ill. 1079
Peoria (Indians) 956, 1076, 1078-1081, 1110
Perry, Okla. 740 n
Perry, Rufus, student, Charity Hall 923
Perryman, L. C., Creek chief 1123
Perryville, Choctaw Nation 1027
Perryville, Okla. 809 n, 840
Perryville, One Time Regular Military Post, by J. Y. Bryce 819 n, 820 n
Perryville Road 802 n
Petit Jean River 662
Petroleum in Oklahoma 665
Pettis, John, student, Charity Hall 923
Phillips' Collection at University of Oklahoma 1093 n, 1097 n, 1106 n, 1108 n
Philadelphia, Penn. 647, 649, 650, 656, 657, 664, 665, 755
Piankishaw (Indians) 956, 1078-1081
Pickard, John, farmer, Charity Hall 922
Pickens, Andrew 914, 916, 922
Pickens, Mrs. Andrew 922
Pickens, Israel of Charity Hall 919, 922
Pickens, Isza 922
Pickens, Miss Jane, Instructor, Charity Hall 914, 922
Pickens, Sally, student, Charity Hall 923
Pickering, John R., Agent for Sac & Fox Indians 705-708 n, 823-826, 829, 870
Pierce, George F., Bishop, Methodist Church 878, 996
Pierre, S. D. 796
Pike, Albert 1049, 1050, 1068, 1069
Pike, Zebulon Montgomery 790 n
Pioneer Days in the Early Southwest, by Grant Foreman 787 n, 793 n, 796 n, 952 n, 953 n, 960, 965, 1045 n, 1084 n
Pitchlynn, Alexander, student, Charity Hall 923
Pitchlynn, John 912
Pitchlynn, Peter, student, Charity Hall 923
Pitchlynn, Peter P., Choctaw chief 924, 1045 n, 1093, 1095, 1098, 1099 n, 1101
Pitchlynn, Silas, student, Charity Hall 923, 924
Pitts, J. C. 767
Pittsburgh, Penn. 1026
Plains Indians 709, 744, 1044
Plains Indians, treaties with 954
Pocolo, I., T. 997
Polk County, Tenn. 935
Polk County, Tenn., The Historical Society of 939
Ponca (Indians) 1075
Ponca City, Okla. 735, 1126
Pond Creek, Okla. 979, 992, 1052
Pony Express 811 n
Portage de Sioux 951
Portage route 936, 939
Porter, Betsey, student, Charity Hall 923
Porter, James, student, Charity Hall 923
Porter, James B. 918
Porter, Pleasant, Creek chief 690, 1022
Porter, Silva, student, Charity Hall 923
Posey, Alexander Lawrence, Creek poet 899, 911, 1011-1018
Posey, Alexander Lawrence, poems of 1013
Posey, Alexander Lawrence,public offices held by 1014, 1016
Posey, Alexander Lawrence, death of 1017
Posey, Mrs. Alexander Lawrence 1012 n, 1014 n, 1018
Posey, Lewis H., father of Alexander 1011, 1012
Posey, Mrs. Lewis H., mother of Alexander 1015
Posey, Alexander Lawrence, memoirs of 1011 n, 1012 n, 1014 n
Postoak, Lincoln, Creek Indian 769, 770, 773
Poteau River 1087-1089, 1093, 1102, 1108, 1132, 1133
Poteau Saw Mills 760
Potier, Guillaume 1060
Pottawatomie (Indians) 703, 832, 955, 956, 958, 1076,
Pottawatomie (Indians) reservation 740
Pourtales, Count de 960
Powder Face, Arapaho chief 856, 859
Powder Face Crossing 856 n
Pratte, Bernard, fur trader 787, 946
Pratte, Gen. 792
Presbyterian Church 651, 652, 878, 996, 999, 1000, 1004
Presbyterian Church, Cumberland 912, 917-919, 921, 925, 926
Preston, Tex. 802, 803, 812, 821, 822
Princeton, Ky. 925
Pryor, Nathaniel, trader 790, 792, 952, 960, 962
Pryor, Nathaniel, grave of 1125
Pulcher, Okla. 815, 816
Pulcher, John 815 n, 816 n
Pullen, Jess L. 747
Purcell, Okla. 796, 953, 1007, 1045 n
Purington, Mr., Teacher, Cherokee Male Seminary 843
Pushmataha, Choctaw chief 1025, 1087 n, 1114
Pusley, George 809 n, 815 n
Pusley, Lyman 809 n
Pusley, Silas 809
Pusley's Crossing 804, 805 n, 810, 811, 822
Putnam, Joseph, student, Charity Hall 923
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Quakers 709-712, 733, 755, 826, 827
Quapaw (Indians) 1044, 1054, 1075, 1076, 1079, 1081, 1085, 1087, 1110
Quapaw (Indians) Agency 977
Quapaw (Indians) census of 1081
Quapaw (Indians), origin of 1073
Quapaw (Indians), treaty with 952
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Railroads 637-667, 746, 760-762, 764, 789 n, 801, 821, 822, 834, 835, 843, 850, 876, 879, 1007, 1117, 1119, 1130
Railroads, first line in Kansas 972
Railroads, "Lands," at Vinita, Okla. 1122
Rainey, George 1118-1120
Raleigh, N. C. 1040 n
Ralls, Judge George T. 1129, 1130
Ralls, Joseph Green 1129-1131
Randall, Gen. George M. 969
Randall, Major 847, 848
Rankin, Mr. 1090
Ranklin and Gibbs, merchants 706
Rayburn, Samuel, of Charity Hall 920
Rector, Elias, Supt. 1046-1049 n, 1053, 1097 n, 1098 n
Rector, H. M., Governor of Arkansas 996, 1068
Red Cloud Agency, Dakota 968
Red Fork, Okla. 644, 769, 782, 783
Red Hills 975
Red Moon, Cheyenne Indian 863
Red Moon Agency 993
Red Oak, Okla. 798, 807, 818, 1028
Red River 644, 744, 753, 798, 801, 802, 803, 804, 806, 812, 814, 821 n, 954, 1050, 1075, 1085-1089, 1091, 1095, 1096, 1098 n, 1101, 1103, 1104, 1105, 1112, 1113, 1115
Red River, North fork of 1045
Reed, Daniel 664
Reed, Henry, farmer, Charity Hall 922
Reed, James, student, Charity Hall 923
Reeder, Gov. A. H., of Kansas Territory 958
Reeves, Russel 889
Reid, Alex, Spencer Academy, Choctaw Nation 996, 997
Remolino, Mexico 703
Renfrow, William C., governor of Oklahoma Territory 742
Reno City 1116, 1117
Reno, Maj. Gen. Jesse L. 967
Reno Herald 1117
Republican (Indians) 944
Rexroat, Okla. 746
Rexroat, Uriah Thomas 746-747
Reynolds, John Hugh 1088
Reynolds, Col. J. J. 698
Reynolds & Hannaford, Indian Traders 760
Rhoads, Dr. James E. 827
Rice, Dick 821
Richards, Jonathan, sub-agent 1052
Richards, Jonathan, Agent, of Wichita Reservation 705
Richbear, Hartley, Arapaho Indian 1043
Richmond, Va. 985 n, 1128
Riddle, George 815
Riddle, Capt. John 807, 815
Riddle Crossing 804, 808, 810, 815, 818, 822
Ridge, John, Cherokee Indian 928, 930, 934
Ridge, Major, Cherokee Indian 930, 934
Ridge Faction of Cherokees 676
Riley, Richard, Cherokee Indian 1020
Riley, Spencer 931
Riley's Chapel 1020, 1023
Rio Grande River 694, 965, 699
Rivard, Joseph 1060
Roads, completition of military 782
Roads, construction of wagon 771
Robb, Andrew W. 877
Robe, W. B. 997
Robertson, Miss Alice M. 878, 895, 898, 996, 999, 1123
Robertson, Miss Alice M., collection of 737
Robertson, Monday, Creek Indian 998, 999, 1123
Robertson, Rev. W. S. 878, 898
Robinson, Rev. J. C. 869
Rock Bluff Ferry 798, 802, 803, 804
Rock Chimney Crossing 1036
Rock Creek 773
Rock Creek Church in Choctaw Nation 1038
Rock Falls, newspaper published at 1120
Rock Island Railroad 644, 658, 659, 664, 1117
Rock Mary 1112
Roff, Joe T. 1123
Roff, Okla. 1123
Roe, Mr. & Mrs. 1042
Rogers, Dr. C. S. 1117
Rogers, James, Cherokee Indian 1104
Rogers, John 844, 961
Rogers, John Pendergraf Rogers, Cherokee Indian 811 n, 812 n, 820
Rogers, L. T. 888
Rogers, Ola 767
Rogers, W. C., Cherokee chief 1002
Rogers Stage Station 811, 818, 820
Roman Catholic Church 652, 735, 739, 740
Rondo, Alexo, trader 944
Roosevelt, Theodore 684
Rose Hill, I. T. 997, 998
Rosenthal, Jacob, Choctaw Indian 1031
Ross, John, Cherokee chief 676, 1063, 1068-1070
Ross, John, home of 926, 935, 941
Ross's Landing 926
Ruede, Miss, the school teacher 937
Rush Springs 1045
Rutherford, S. M. 1017
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Sac (Indians) 691 n
Sac and Fox (Indians) 824 n, 825-828, 830 n, 832 n, 835
Sac and Fox (Indians) Agency 632, 705-707, 736, 870
Sac and Fox (Indians) Manual Labor School 827, 870
Sac and Fox (Indians) Reservation 740, 823
Salina, Okla. 960
Saline, The, home of A.P. Chouteau 793, 794, 796, 960
Salt, beds in Louisiana Purchase 1118
Salt licks in Choctaw Nation 1038, 1098, 1101
Salt Springs on Lovely's Purchase 1104
Salt Springs on Osage reserves 960
Salt Works on Illinois river 839, 843
Saltillo, Mexico 699, 700
Samuel, Jerry 910
San Antonio, Tex. 702, 704, 745, 887
San Bois, Mountains 798, 800 n, 802 n, 1088 n
Sandercook, Dr. 986 n
Sand Hills, battle of 861
Sand Hollow 991
Sand Springs, Okla. 772, 773
Sandusky River 1073, 1074, 1110 n
San Francisco, Calif. 801 n, 804, 805, 810, 813, 814, 822, 892
Santa Fe, N.M. 766, 793, 802
Santa Fe Trade 793, 955, 958
Santa Fe Railroad 644, 658, 659, 1007
Santa Rosa, Mexico 691, 695-697, 700, 701
Sarpy, Peter 794
Sauk (Indians) 792, 933, 951
Saw Mills in Cherokee Nation 1020
Sayre, Warren G. 833
Scabby, Cheyenne Indian 855, 1043
Scattergood, J., Henry 755
Schaub, Fred L. 737
Schermerhorn, Rev. John F. 952, 953, 1107
Schmallfield, Fred 820
Schools, Cherokee 1019
Schools, Choctaw 1025
Schools, Creek 1015
Schools, Key's 1019
Schools, Manual labor 1023
Schools of Oklahoma 742
Schools, reservation Indian 1042
Scott, Dr. A.C. 735
Scott, A.M. 744
Scott, James A. 879-880
Scott, Mrs. Sarah Motley Anderson 879-880
Scraggs, Drennan C. 1016
Sebastian County, Arkansas 1102
Sedalia, Mo. 761
Seger, John, The Indians' Friend, by Dan W. Peery 709-732, 845-868, 967-994
Seger, Mrs. John H. 845, 846, 853
Seger Colony 853, 972, 978, 988, 990, 1040-1043
Seger County 994
Seger, Arapaho Indian Training school 845, 846, 853, 993, 994, 1041, 1042
Seger Stage Line 849-853
Sehon's Chapel 1124
Selfe, F.W., of England 1125
Seminole (Indians) 637, 642, 656, 952, 999, 1000, 1044, 1048, 1057, 1070
Seminole Lands, Creek Commission on 998
Seminole Nation 625, 642, 658, 675
Seminole Nation, tribal records of 628
Seminole, Okla. 657
Seneca (Indians) 1044, 1073-1079, 1081
Seneca (Indians), lands of 1108, 1109
Seneca, Mo. 1074
Sequoyah, Cherokee Indian 669-672, 996
Sequoyah Convention 890
Severs, Fred B. 896
Severs pasture 895
Sevier County, Ark. 1105
Seville, Spain, archives of the Indies in 943
Shackleford, Judge 1001
Shady Point, Okla. 1132
Shahaka, Mandan chief 790, 792, 795, 957
Shall, David F., Boundary Commissioner 1098
Shankin, Henry 1050 n, 1051
Shanklin, John H. 932 n, 935 n, 936 n, 937 n, 940 n
Sharp, J.H., artist 1125
Shaw University, Raleigh, N.C. 1040 n
Shawnee Agency, tribal records of 632
Shawnee (Indians) 796, 832, 948, 956, 958, 966, 1073-1075, 1077, 1079, 1081, 1110
Shawnee Manual Labor School, Westport, Kan. 958
Shawnee (Indians) reservation 644
Shawnee, Okla. 657, 742, 837, 1131
Shawnee Methodist Church 958
Shecony, Comanche chief 954
Sheridan, Gen. 982, 985 n
Sheridan, Phil 1119
Sherman, Gen. 986 n
Sherman, Tex. 695, 803, 804, 815, 822
Shidler Review 1126
Short, Luke, U.S. Marshal 1119
Showen, J.A. 874
Sibley, early explorer 1118
Sibley, Dr. John, Indian Agent 1113, 1115
Sibley, Mo. 951
Sinclair Oil Co. 746
Sioux (Indians) 951, 1075, 1077
Sioux (Indians), hospitality of 792, 796
Sipes, Jasper 736
Sittle, Fritz 646, 650
Sketch of the Cherokee and Choctaw Indians, by John Stuart 667, 668-672
Skullyville, Constitution 810 n
Skullyville County, Choctaw Nation 811
Skullyville, Okla. 800, 802 n, 807, 810, 818, 997
Slavery 905
Slavery in the Cherokee Nation 1056-1072
Sloan, E.P. 1032
Smallpox, among the Indians 964
Smallpox, among the Mandan (Indians) 794
Smelt, Caroline, student, Charity Hall 923
Smet, Father Pierre-Jean De 794, 963, 964 n
Smiley, Hon. Albert K., founder Lake Mohonk Conference 851 n, 1040 n
Smith, Agent Major 916
Smith, B.H. 961
Smith, Dorathy, student, Charity Hall 923
Smith, E.P., Commissioner of Indian Affairs 699 n, 705 n, 708 n, 824 n
Smith, Hoke 834
Smith, Isaac, Creek freedman 895
Smith, Rev. J.C., teacher, Charity Hall 916
Smith, John, student, Charity hall 923
Smith, Dr. W.R.L. 928 n, 930 n, 933 n, 934 n
Smith's Hotel, Okmulgee 896, 897
Smithville, Okla. 910
Smoked Meat Rebellion 909
Snake Creek 773
Snake (Indians) 909, 910, 1080
Sneed, Gen., R. A. 735, 736, 1125
Snyder, W. M., U. S. Kickapoo farmer 831 n
Society of Friends, or Quakers 709
Soper, Pliny 1015
Soule, Bishop 1019
South Carolina 1075
South Dakota 794
South McAlester, Okla. 1122
Spain 788, 790, 946, 947, 955, 962
Spain, government of 949
Spain, officials of 948
Spain, regime of 789, 795, 943, 951
Spain, W. M. 1000
Spanish American War 1031
Spanish American War, veteran of 746
Spanish, Militia 944
Spanish Territory 945, 1084, 1085, 1087
Spaulding, Bridge 895
Spencer Academy, Choctaw Nation 996, 997, 1038
Spencer, Mary Garland, Choctaw 812 n, 820
Sperry, Okla. 1024
Spiro, Okla. 798, 810, 1033
Spring, J. B. 1032
Springer, William M. 1001, 1123
Springfield, Mo. 822
Spring Frog, Cherokee Indian 1070
Spring Place, Ga. 928, 930, 932, 937, 938
Stage line, from Caldwell, Kan., to Fort Sill 849
Stage line, from Darlington to Fort Elliott, Tex. 849, 850
Stage line, from Fort Smith to Red River 798-822
Stages, route of Overland 800 n, 818
Stand Watie, Cherokee Indian 842, 844, 928, 1068, 1070, 1071, 1124
Standley, Eva 1130
Standley, Capt. James S. 869, 1130
Stanton, A.L., Superintendent, Mexican Kickapoos 828, 829
Star Mail Route 851-853
Starr, Belle 842
Starr, Dr. Emmett, Cherokee Indian 930 n, 932 n, 937 n, 1057, 1113
Starr, George E. 650
Starr, Henry 844
Starr, Pearl 842
Starr, Sam 842
Starr, Tom 842, 843
State Teachers' College, Edmond, Okla. 735
St. Charles, Mo. 957
Steamboat, transportation 794
Steamboat, sinking of, in Arkansas River 843
Steel, Gov. Geo. W. 1127
Steel, John Moore 1000
Stephens, A. H. 1000
St. Francis River 1084 n
Stidham, Okla. 1014
Stiles, Capt. 830
Stillwater, Okla. 1127
Stillwell, Okla. 661, 996, 1124
St. Joseph, Mo. 673, 674
St. Louis, Mo. 658, 659, 686, 786-789, 792-795, 804, 805, 810, 813, 821, 822, 850, 942-946, 949, 951, 952, 955-958, 960, 963, 1075, 1085, 1086
St. Louis Fur Company 956, 957
St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad 643, 1029
St. Maxent, partner of Laclede 943
Stockbridge Mission 997
Stokes, Montfort 635, 952, 954, 955, 960, 1044, 1045
Stone Calf, Cheyenne Indian 863
Stonewall, Okla. 760
Stringtown, Okla. 745 n, 798, 800 n, 801, 820
Stringtown Road 821
Strokey, Mr. 843
Stuart, C. B., Judge, U. S., Court 651, 654
Stuart, Capt. John 667-669, 672
Sugar Creek 1047
Sugar Loaf County, Choctaw Nation 1027, 1028
Sugar Loaf Mountain 644
Sulphur Fork County, Texas 1022 n
Summer, Colo. 830
Sumner City, Tenn. 913 n
Sun Dance, The Indian 720, 972-977, 980, 981
Swan Lake 1113
Sweet, H. C. 889
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Tahlequah, Okla. 635, 642, 742, 743, 887, 1002, 1019, 1021, 1068-1071, 1122, 1123
Tahlequah District, Cherokee Nation 1122
Tahlonteeskee, Cherokee Nation 1065 n
Tall Bear, Arapaho Indian 859
Tamaha, Okla. 844, 1112
Tamaroa, (Indians) 1078
Tam-i-nend, Delaware chief 756
Ta-ne-i-weh band of the Ne-um (Indians) 1050
Taos, N.M. 1125
Tatum, Laurie, Quaker 709, 712, 1052
Tawakaro (Indians) 1045, 1046 n
Tawakoni (Indians) 955, 1044 n
Tawashehe, Osage chief 955
Taylor, Judge Baxter 736
Taylor, Isaac A. 830, 831 n
Taylor, N.G., Commissioner of Indian Affairs 693, 694
Tecumseh, Indian warrior 691 n
Telephone, Oklahoma's first 887, 888
Telliquo, Cherokee Nation 1058
Temporary Markers of Historic Points, by J.Y. Bryce 754
Tennessee 638, 675, 740, 743, 801, 872, 879, 913, 915, 927, 932, 933, 935, 936, 938, 939, 941, 1020 n, 1038, 1075, 1126, 1128, 1132
Tennessee River 743, 912, 931, 936, 1060
Territorial Legislature 1126-1128
Texas 632, 637, 643, 644, 649, 651, 653, 654, 664, 676, 691, 693, 694, 695, 698, 699, 701-705, 741, 746, 747, 803, 805, 817, 824, 828, 830, 841, 849, 860, 872, 887, 889, 954, 979, 983, 1022 n, 1045 n, 1048, 1053, 1068, 1119, 1123
Texas Cattle Trail 753
Texas, Indians in 1046-1048
Texas Road 636, 800 n, 801, 803, 809 n, 814, 840
Thah-Pe-Que, Head chief of the Mexican Kickapoos 692
The William Penn Elm Tree, by Roberta Campbell Lawson 755-757
Thoburn, Dr. J.B. 735, 736, 748, 804 n, 1106, 1124, 1125
Thomas, Drew 889
Thomas, Heck, U.S. Marshal 1119
Thompson, A.B. 1031
Thompson, Miss Alice (Mrs. Thomas C. Harrill) 747
Thompson, Charles, Cherokee chief 843, 1122
Thompson, James C. 872-873
Thompson, J.P. 1031
Thompson, Miss Nancy 999
Thompson, William 1063
Thompson, Judge Wm. P. 736, 1125
Thornton, J.N. 1014
Three Forks, The 635, 636, 790, 795, 1115
Throckmorton, James W., Governor of Texas 649, 654, 691, 694 n
T-hua-ca-ros (Indians) 1050
Tigert, John, farmer, Charity Hall 922
Timber in Indian Territory 655, 658, 663
Tipton, Mo. 801 n, 804, 822
Tishomingo, Okla. 642, 812, 840, 841, 1001
Ti Valley 799
Todd, H.A. 849
Todd, Mrs. H. Coulter 1005
Tombigbee River 912, 920
Tonkawa (Indians) 1046 n
Tour on the Prairies A, by Washington Irving 636, 765, 767, 769, 774, 794 n
Townsend, E.B. 827 n
Towson County, Choctaw Nation 1025, 1034, 1129
Towson Road 1028
Trading expedition 790
Trading Post, oldest 636
Traders, among the Indians 944
Traders, Santa Fe 955
Trahern, James N., stage stand 810, 819, 822
Trails, Big Osage War 773
Trails in Choctaw Nation 800
Trails, hunting and war 773
Treaty, of Camp Holmes 1045
Treaty with Cherokees 929, 1071, 1095, 1103, 1105 n, 1106, 1107 n
Treaty of Cherokees with British 1058
Treaty with Choctaws 1025, 1086, 1089, 1095 n, 1114
Treaty with Choctaws and Chicksaws 809, 814, 1046, 1096, 1097
Treaty with Creeks 765, 901-905
Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek 1095, 1114
Treaty with Delaware Indians 755
Treaty of Doak's Stand in Mississippi 808 n
Treaty of Ghent 951
Treaty at Harrington's, Arkansas Territory 1075
Treaty with Indians 675, 883, 905-907, 951, 954, 955
Treaty of Indian Tribes with Confederacy 1068, 1069
Treaty with Kiowas, Comanches and Apaches of 1867 1051 n
Treaty with Kiowa, Kataka and Tawakaro Indians 1045
Treaty with Ohio Indians in 1807 and 1817 1076
Treaty with Osages 951-953, 1086 n, 1103
Treaty with Quapaws 1086 n
Treaty with Senecas and Shawnees at Lewiston 1074
Treaty with wandering tribes 1044, 1045
Treaty of Washington in 1825 1095, 1096
Treaty with Wichita Indians 1051, 1054
Treaty with Wyandot, Seneca, Shawnee and Ottawa Indians, of 1817 1075
Treaty of 1818 1075
Treaty of August 24, 1818 1054
Treaty of 1830 819
Treaty of May 1833 1076
Treaty of April 28, 1866 1050
Treaty of 1867 1074
Treaty of 1899 1107
Tribal Records in the Archives of the United States Government in Oklahoma, a Survey of, by Grant Foreman 625-634, 736
Tucker, Dan, Indian boy 727, 728, 730
Tullahassee Mission 869, 878, 895, 897
Tullahassee Mission, flight of Robertson family from 1123
Tully, Charles Henry 1003-1004
Tupelo, Okla. 760, 765
Tulsa, Okla. 635, 644, 658, 665, 745, 746, 747, 755, 757, 765-767, 770, 773, 900, 901
Tulsa County, Okla. 770-772
Tulsa World 755
Tulsa, University of 755, 757
Turner, Mrs. M.E. (Vera Lane) 1133
Tuscarawa (Indians) 1073
Tushkahoma, Okla. 642, 817, 1029
Tushkahoma Female Seminary 1031
Tyler, Leonard 855
Tyson, James 802, 803
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Ulrich, J., American consul 700
Union Mission 775, 780
Union Telephone Company 887
United States 633, 638-640, 650, 653, 693-696, 698, 699, 701-704, 790, 796, 901, 907, 908, 910, 912, 936, 947, 950, 951, 953, 955, 962, 1044-1046, 1048, 1050-1054, 1064, 1065, 1069, 1074-1080, 1085-1088, 1091, 1092, 1096, 1103, 1105, 1107, 1114, 1115, 1120, 1129
United States army 971
United States Indian Agency at Muskogee 1016
United States Court 1001, 1005
United States Court for Eastern Oklahoma 650
United States Court for Indian Territory 689
United States Court in Indian Territory 1129
United States Court for Northern District of Indian Territory 745
United States Court at S. McAlester 651
United States Court for Western District of Arkansas at Fort Smith 673, 674, 676-678, 681, 683, 686, 687, 689
United States Court for Western District of Indian Territory 745
University, Territorial 1127
University of Oklahoma Bulletin 713, 978
Unzaga, Don Luis de, Spanish Governor of Louisiana 943, 944
Upshaw, A.M.M., Chickasaw 813
Utah 656, 674
Ute (Indians) 713, 857
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Valenica, Kan., Frederick Chouteau's trading post at 795, 957
Van Buren, Ark. 644, 744, 822
Vann, Dave, Cherokee 838, 843
Vann, James, Cherokee 930
Vann, John R. 843
Vann, Joseph, Cherokee 838, 839, 930-933 n, 935, 937, 940, 941
Vann, Margaret 931
Vann, Nancy 838, 839
Vann, R.P., Reminiscences of 838-844
Vashon, Capt. George, Cherokee Agent 952
Vasquez, Benito, Captain of Spanish militia at St. Louis 943, 945, 946
Vaugn, David, Teacher, Charity Hall 922
Verden, Okla. 754
Verdigris River 635, 636, 760, 766, 772, 780, 782, 790 n, 796, 950, 960, 1086, 1103, 1114, 1115
Verdigris, Falls of 794
Verdigris Kid 686
Vernon, Matt., Farmer, Charity Hall 922
Vinson, Okla. 889
Vinita, Okla. 644, 850, 1122
Virginia 751, 932, 985 n, 1128
Vore, Israel 843
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Waco (Indians) 1044 n
Waddell, Stage Stand 810-812 n, 822
Waddell, Walter 811 n
Waddell, William 811 n
Wade, Alfred, Choctaw Indian 810 n
Wagoner, Okla. 635, 747, 748, 760
Wagoner County, Okla. 748
Wah' Kan-Tah, by John Joseph Mathews 733-734
Wah-pa-ka, Kickapoo chief 696, 697
Waldron, Col. Z.T. 1001, 1130
Walker, F.A., Commissioner of Indian Affairs 698, 1053, 1054
Walker, James, student, Charity Hall 923
Walker, Robert Sparks 938 n
Walker, Tandy, Choctaw 762, 807, 1097
Walker (Tandy) Stage Stand 810, 822
Wall, T.B., Choctaw Indian 1031, 1032
Wall, Mr., Choctaw Commissioner 1093, 1095
Walls, Okla. 818
Walton, J.N. 912 n, 926 n
Wapanucka, Okla. 1112
Ward, Nancy, Cherokee woman 939, 1057
Ward, William Hayes 1040 n
War Chief papers 1120
Warfare, among the Indians 675, 676, 691
Warfare, Cheyenne Indian 970-972
Warren, Mrs. Kib, state regent, D.A.R. 636
Washington, D.C. 701, 735, 771, 781, 790, 834, 857, 895, 898, 904-906, 920, 950, 954, 960, 970, 983, 988, 1026, 1027, 1045, 1053, 1098 n, 1101, 1103, 1111, 1128
Washington, George 635
Washington, George, student, Charity Hall 923
Washington County, Ark. 744, 1021, 1022, 1105
War of 1812 1039, 1129
Washita (Indians), Campaign, Reminiscences of the 985 n
Washita, Cattle Company 855
Washita County, Okla. 747, 994
Washita Mail Station 854, 855
Washita River 693, 766, 773, 783, 785, 851, 863, 883, 989, 990, 992, 993, 1040, 1044, 1045 n, 1047, 1050, 1051, 1053, 1112, 1114
Washita, Little 1052
Washita, Lower 803
Wea (Indians) 691 n, 1078-1081
Weatherford, Okla. 661, 663, 664
Weatherford, Tex. 747
Webber, Walter, Cherokee chief 1065 n
Webbers Falls, Okla. 838-840, 843, 844, 1022
Webster, Mollie, (Mrs. Lewis Austin) 1025
Weeks, Rev. B.D. 755
Wells, Okla. 1017
Wells' Station 818-820
Wesley, Okla. 819, 820
West, Anson 1020 n
West, Bill 842
West, Dick 842
West, Frank 842
West, John 842
West, Polk 842
Westbrook, Harriette Johnson 786, 942
Western Oklahoma Railroad Company 664
West Point, graduation of A.P. Chouteau from 959
West Point, graduation of Capt. Bonneville from 962
West Point, appointments to 790
Westville, Okla. 1002
Wetumpka National School 1015
Wewoka, Okla. 642, 657, 1018
Wheelock Academy, Choctaw Nation 1025, 1026
Wheelock, Rev. Eleazer 912
Wheelock, Lieut. T.B. 1000
Wheelock Mission 997
Whistler, Col. 955
Whistler, John, house of 870
Whitaker, Joe M. 894
White, Rev. George 930 n
White, Mrs. J.G. 889
White, Miss Willie S. 932 n, 935 n, 940 n
Whitefield, Okla. 1132
White Hair, Osage chief 948, 950-952
"Whitehorse" trading post 1007
White settlers 908, 909, 948, 953, 970, 994, 1040, 1076, 1086, 1089, 1090, 1095, 1103-1105, 1107
White settlers in Cherokee Strip 642
White settlers in Choctaw Nation 1029
White settlers on Indian reservations 833
White settlers of Kansas 958, 972
White settlers on Kickapoo reservation 835
White settlers in Oklahoma 645, 658, 661, 676, 740
White settlers on Osage Territory 1088
White Shield, Cheyenne Indian 717, 863, 866-868
Whiteside, Stansell 889
White & Black River Railway 664
Wichita (Indians) 709, 857, 1044-1055
Wichita (Indians), agreement with 1053-1055
Wichita (Indians), Agency 633, 850, 1047, 1049
Wichita (Indians) reservation 705, 1044-1055
Wichita (Indians) village 803 n
Wichita, Kan. 850, 871, 1050
Wichita Mountains 883, 1001, 1045, 1047, 1048, 1050, 1051
Wichita-Caddo Reservation, opening of 645
Wichita Falls, Tex. 853
Wickmiller, Dr. C.P. 1001
Wilburton, Okla. 798, 807, 809, 816, 910
Wild game 777, 779, 857, 962, 969, 970, 975-977, 1007, 1045
Wild game in Choctaw Nation 910, 1036
Wild game in Mexico 761
Wild game in Oklahoma 645, 646, 651
Wilkin, John 816
Wilkinson, Gen. James 790
Wilkinson, Capt. M.C. 1081
Williams, Judge B.F., Sr. 741
Williams, Mrs. John R. 736
Williams, Q.D., Boundary Commissioner for Arkansas 1097, 1098
Williams, Judge R.L. 626, 627, 735-738, 740, 743, 745, 869, 870, 996, 1004, 1121, 1122, 1124, 1125, 1131, 1133
Williams, T.G. 698-705
Williams, W.G. 854, 855
Willis, Perry, Choctaw Indian 1031
Wilson, Dr. A.W. 1022 n
Wilson, Alfred N. 833
Wilson, Mrs. Ashley 889
Wimberly, John A. 1126-1128
Winding Stair Mountain 798, 910
Wint, Gen. Theo. 968, 969
Wisconsin 691 n, 1080
Wisconsin Historical Society 912 n, 926 n
Wisdom, D.M. 1130
Wister, Oka. 649, 653
Wolf Robe, Cheyenne Indian 846-848, 859, 981, 982
Wolf Warrior, Creek Indian 1015
Wood, Henry, General Superintendent, Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railway 656, 657
Wood, Henry G., Cherokee Indian 1122
Woodard, Levi, Quaker 826-826
Woodmen of the World Lodge 747
Woods, Sophia 1026
Woodward, Okla. 1120
Worcester, Rev. Samuel A., missionary 927 n, 996, 1107
World War 743, 1001
Wright, Rev. Alfred, missionary to Choctaws 997, 1124
Wright, Rev. Allen 1025, 1026
Wright, J.B. 800 n
Wright, Muriel H. 753, 754, 798, 800 n, 804 n, 1086 n, 1089 n, 1091 n, 1106, 1115, 1116
Wyandotte (Indians) 779, 1073, 1077, 1078, 1081, 1110
Wyandotte (Indians) reservation 644
Wyandotte (Indian) language, hymns in 1002
Wyatt, Zip 1119
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Yeager, Dick 1119
Yell County, Ark. 663
Yellow Bear, Arapaho chief 856
Young Wolf, Cherokee Indian 1021
Young, Mrs. Hester Rude 889
Yukon, Okla. 649
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Zarazota, Mexico 703
Zufall, Otto, Creek Indian 1022


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