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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 13
1935
INDEX

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Abel, Annie H. 156n
Abernathy, John 218
Abert, Lieut. James W. 325, 326
Abilene Trail 228
Ada, Okla. 313
Adair, Okla. 403
Adair Co., Okla. 365
Adams, Thomas J. 408
Advancing the Frontier, by Grant Foreman 322n, 326n
Akin, J. H. 459
Alabama, state of 63, 64, 405, 407, 423, 426
Alaska 256-260, 376
Alberson, Major (Chickasaw) 69
Albuquerque, N. M. 485
Alvord, Henry E. 146, 147
American Indian Mission Society 266
"Ames, Judge Charles Bismark." by D. A. Richardson 391-398
Anadarko Indian Agency, trouble at 348
Anderson, Wm. 106
Antelope Hills 33
Antle, H. R. 191, 313, 470, 471
Apache (Indians) 24-26, 342, 345, 347, 353
Apothleyahola 154
Arapahoe Country 12, 51
Arapahoe (Indians) 24, 25, 32n, 37, 38, 41, 45, 148, 342, 349, 443
Arbuckle, Gen. Matthew 317, 318
Arbuckle Mountains, minerals in 331
"Archaeological Site, Report on an," by H. R. Antle 191-195
Arizona, state of 349
Arkansas City Travler 228
Arkansas Intelligencer 69, 71
Arkansas City, Kan. 276n, 287
Arkansas River 10, 18, 19, 20, 24, 32n, 70n, 157, 160-163, 231, 401
Arkansas, state of 18, 49, 205, 426, 435
Arkansas, coutrs in 457
Arkansas, Gazette 321n, 481
Arkansas, survey of Oklahoma material in 361
Armstrong, Maj. F. W. 317
Armstrong, William, Choctaw agent 267
Armstrong Academy 267-272, 301, 303,
Asp, Henry E. 382, 383
Atoka, Okla. 271
Atoka Agreement 309
Austin, Texas 228, 230
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Bacone College 491
Baker, Johnson, Choctaw Indian 271
Baker, Lieut. Stephen 152
Ballenger, Prof. T. L. 227, 357
Baltimore, Md. 422
Baptist Church 198, 266-272
Baron, Okla. 365, 366
Baton Rouge, La. 14
"Battle of Honey Springs, The," by Charles R. Freeman 154-168
Battle of the Washita 31
Baxter Springs, Kan. 403
Beale, E. F. 327-328
Beaver Herald 252
Beeson, Mrs. A. L. 227
Bethel, Choctaw Nation 271
Bierer, A. G. C. 216
Big Bow 33
Big Tree 33-34, 36n
Birch, Maj. George 318
Birds Fort 68
Black Eagle, Kiowa Chief 26, 346
Black Hawk War 14
Black Kettle, Cheyenne Indian 24, 50, 51n
Blaine, James G. 287
Blaine, Samuel A. 95
Blue Creek 72
Blue, Dave, Cherokee Indian 330
Blue, Okla. 272
"Bluff Shelter in East Central Oklahoma," by H. R. Antle 313-315
Blunt, Maj. Gen. James A. 17-18, 154, 159
Boggy (Big) 71
Boggy Depot, Choctaw Nation 271
Bond, T. J. 118n
Bonney, Capt. Seth 37, 39-44
Book Review 108-120
Boomers 10, 49-50, 273-296
Boone, Daniel 324
Boone, Capt. Nathan 68, 324-325n, 336
Boudinot, E. C. 48, 459
Boudinot, Elias 227, 429-434
Bowles, Lieut. Col. John 159
Boxer Uprising 264
Boyd, Dr. David R. 382-383
Branscome, Chas. 276n
Brazos River 74-94
Brett, Lieut. Lloyd M. 262
Brett, John Fred 100
Brewer, O. P. 460, 463
Brewster, O. E. 492
Briartown 156
Bricker, Wm. 202-211
Brizzolara, James 460
Brooks, Caleb B. 218
Brown, P. P. 267-268
Brown, Miss Samantha 406
Bryant, Capt. and Brevet Maj. 151
Bryce, Rev. J. Y. 458
Buffalo Hump (Comanche Chief) 82-99
Buntin, Martha 37
Burford, John H. 215-216
Burgess, Geo. 201
Burke, C. M. 46
Butler, Elizur, conviction of 429
Butler, Pierce M. 68-98, 199, 205-206
Byrne, P. J. 460, 463
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Cabell, Gen., 156-158
Cabin Creek, Battle of, 18
Caddo (Indians) 35, 78, 81-82, 93, 96-97, 149, 353, 490
Caddoan village 195
Caddoo, Col. Wm., 90
Cahseroocah, Prin. Chief of Wichitas 84-90
Caldwell, Kans., 229, 276-277, 280, 282, 287-288, 444
California, state of 316, 325, 327, 331, 486
Callahan, J. Y. 295
Camp Arbuckle 328, 331
Campbell, Lieut. Col.; Wm. T. 161
"Camp Holmes and Chouteau Trading Post, The History of," by Howard F. VanZandt 316-340
Camp Holmes 492
Camp Mason 316, 322, 492
Camp Smith 14
Camp Supply 37-43
Canadian River 19, 24, 71, 154, 156
Canadian River, South 10
Canadian River, North Fork 41, 45
Cantonment Leavenworth 482
Captives (White) 21-22, 26-29, 70, 87
Carlisle Barracks, Pa., 261
Carnegie, Okla., 51n
Carson, Kit 23
Case, James 202, 208-211
Catlin, George 481
Cattle 10, 12, 24, 40
Cattle industry 274, 279, 291, 329-332
Cedar Creek Church 271
Centralia, Ill., 402, 406
Chandler, T. A., 437n
Chapman, Rev. Epaphras 254
Chattanooga, Tenn., 423, 430
Checotah, Okla., 154
Checote, Sam, 414
Checote, Rev. Sam, 419
Cherokee (Indians) 48, 64, 66-67, 71-72, 74, 77-88, 91, 95-96, 99, 147, 163, 203, 227, 373, 339, 423
Cherokee (Indians), chiefs 421, 428, 435
Cherokee (Indians), alphabet of 426
Cherokee (Indians), constitution of 1839 425n
Cherokee (Indians), constitutional convention of 1827, 428
Cherokee (Indians), Councils 433
Cherokee (Indians), Creek relations with 427
Cherokee (Indians), In Arkansas 424, 426
Cherokee (Indians), missionaries to, 405
Cherokee (Indians), Old Settlers, 432
Cherokee (Indians), removal of, 399, 405, 424-427, 429-432
Cherokee (Indians), Ridge faction of, 432
Cherokee (Indians), trading among, 422
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of March 22, 1816, 424
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of July 6, 1817, 425
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of Feb. 27, 1819, 426
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of Feb. 28, 1835 429
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of May 23, 1836, 430
Cherokee (Indians), Treaty of Aug. 6, 1846, 433
Cherokee (Indians), Western, 432
Cherokee Advocate 251, 357, 430
Cherokee Cowpunchers Association, 492
Cherokee Messenger, 251
Cherokee Mission, 401
Cherokee Outlet, 215, 276n, 455
Cherokee Phoenix, 425n, 430
Cherokee Strip, 10-12, 383, 387, 451, 454
Cherokee Female Seminary, 357
Cherokee Nation, 12, 70, 196-197, 207, 210-212, 227, 357-358
Cherokee Nation, capital of, 423
Cherokee Nation, discovery of gold in, 429
Cherokee Nation, first newspaper in, 251, 357
Cherokee Nation, schools in, 423
Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian agency, 41
Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian country, 219
Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian reservation, opening of, 293
Cheyenne Indians 19, 24-25, 33, 37-38, 41, 45, 48, 148, 322, 343, 349, 443
Cheyenne Transporter 252
Chicago, Ill., 14
Chickasaw (Indians) 48, 71, 74, 77, 80, 86, 91, 112-113, 328-329, 331
Chickasaw (Indians), Country, 28, 71
Chickasaw Nation 10, 99, 229
Chickasaw Nation, Council House 359
Chickasaw Nation, first newspaper in, 252
Chickasaw Nation, fur trading in, 422
Chickasaw Nation, missionary among, 268
Chickasaw Nation, settlements, 27, 72
Chickasaw Nation, "Reminiscences of Early Days in the," by Joe T. Roff, 169-190
Chickasha, Okla., 228
Chisom (Chisholm) Jesse, 25, 79-80, 316, 327-328
Chisom (Chisholm) William, 228, 329
Chisholm Trail, The, 228-230
Chitto Harjo, 136, 139-145
Choctaw Academy, 269, 298
Choctaw Indians, 48, 64, 69, 80, 91, 108-115, 119-120, 163, 166-167, 211, 297, 320,
Choctaw Indians, constitution of, 301
Choctaw Indians, Council, 116, 118n,
Choctaw Indians, Country, 145
Choctaw Indians, removal of, 269, 300,
Choctaw Nation, 12, 110, 113, 115, 118n, 208, 211-212, 266-267, 269, 271
Choctaw Nation, capital of, 300
Choctaw Nation, mission in, 266, 271
Choctaw Nation, politics, 308-310
Choctaw Nation, schools in, 300, 306
Choctaw Nation, Treasurer of, 307-308
"Choctaw Republic, Rise and Fall of the, by Angie Debo, 108-120
Choctaw, Okla., 292
Choctaw County, Okla., 266, 269
Choctaw Telegram, 251
Choctaw Intelligencer, 251
Chouteau, Auguste, 495
Chouteau, Auguste Pierre, 317, 319-322, 326, 336
Chouteau, Edmond (Edward), 495
Chouteau, Edward, 320
Chouteau, Frederick, 495
Chouteau, Maj. Jean Pierre, 495
Chouteau, Maj. P.L., 320
Chouteau, Myra Ware, 494
Chouteau, William Myers, 495
Chouteau Trading Post, 316-340
Chrichton, J. H., 459
Chronicles of Oklahoma, 226
Church, Baptist, 198, 266-272
Church, Methodist, 201, 203, 435
Church, M. E. South, 458, 491
Church, Mormon, 196, 206n, 358
Church, Presbyterian, 408, 415, 418
Cimarron River, 10
Civil War, 255, 271, 277, 302, 373-374, 401, 407, 433-434, 441-442, 446
Claremore, Okla., 425n
Clark, Sidney, 51-53, 60, 280, 282, 285, 446
Clark, John G., 214-215
Clermont, Osage chief, 322
Cleveland Co., Okla., 316
Cleveland, President Grover, 280-282, 286, 288-289
Clubb, Mrs. Laura, 107
Coffee, Holland, 70
Coffee Trading Post, 318
Coffee's Station, 69, 72
Colcord, Charles F., 7-13, 105-106
Cole, Coleman, Choctaw chief, 299
Cole, Robert, 299
"Colonel Crocker and the Boomer Movement," by Dan W. Peery, 273-296
Colorado River, 70n, 91, 95-96
Colorado, state of, 19, 25
Comanche Council 70
Comanche Indians, 17, 19-21, 24-28, 31-32, 68, 70-71, 74, 77, 79-81, 84-86, 88, 91, 95-99, 147, 149, 316-325n, 327-329, 332, 335, 342, 345, 347, 349, 481-482, 484
Comanche Indians, chiefs, 23, 97
Comanche Indians, scalp dances of, 332
Comanche Peak, 69, 73-74, 77, 79, 81-82, 87-89
Connor, Bill, Delaware Indian, 70n, 98
Cooacoochee (Wild Cat), 74-76, 80
Coodey, Wm. Sherry, 69-70, 86, 91, 93
Coodys, W. L., 70, 74, 77-78, 82, 84
Coody's Creek, 163
Cook, Washington N., 200, 203, 210-211
Cook, Lieut., 152
Cooper, Brig. Gen. Douglas H., 113-115, 155-157, 159
Cooper, W. F., 276n
Cooper, Capt., 452, 454
Corpus Christi, Texas, 88
Couch, Capt. W. L., 58, 274-275, 277, 279-280, 282-285, 287, 290, 438, 446, 451
"Council House, The Old," by George Riley Hall, 133-138
"Court, Oklahoma's First," by Grant Foreman, 457-469
Craig, John H., 404
Crawford, W. D., 459
Crazy Snake (Chitto Harjo), 136, 139-145
Creek Indians, 48-49, 64, 71, 77, 80, 83-84, 86, 88, 91, 139-145, 154, 227, 318, 320, 339
Creek Indians, chiefs, 414
Creek Indians, history of the Mission Work among, by Robt. M. Loughridge, 405n
Creek Indians, leaders, 433
Creek Indians, Treaty of August 9, 1814, 424
Creek Nation, 12, 71, 99, 133, 136, 143, 154, 196, 203-204, 206, 208-209, 211-212
Creek Nation, elections in, 413
Creek Nation, first newspaper published in, 404
Creek Nation, lands of, 286n
Creek Nation, mission in, 399, 406, 408-410
Creek Nation, missionaries among, 268, 270
Creek Nation, public schools of, 408
Creek Nation, schools in, 399
Creek Nation, surplus lands of, 275
Creek Nation, Treasurer of, 412
Creek War, Cherokee in, 424
Crescent, Okla., 492
Crocker, Col. Sam, 454
Croft, Capt. Jacob, 197-213
Cromwell, W. O., 218
Cross Timbers, 319, 326, 331, 335-336
Cruce, Gov. Lee, 102
Cunningham, Harper S., 218
Curtis Act, 142, 309
Custer, General, 448
Custer, Massacre, 347
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Daily Ardmoreite, 102
Daily Journal 228, 230
Dakotas, states of, 49
Dale, Frank, 215-216
Dallas, Tex., 102
Dangerfield, Dr. Royden J., 273
Darlington, Brinton, 40-41, 45
Darlington, Okla., 252
Daughters of 1812, Gen. George Izzard Chapter of, 488
Davis, Jefferson, 485, 487
Dawes Commission, 142, 307-309, 462n
Day County, Oklahoma Territory, 219-222
Day County, Officers of, 220-222
Day County Progress, 219
Dayton, Ohio, 402
Debo, Angie, 108-109, 112, 116-117, 119
Deep Fork Valley, 135
Delaware Indians, 34, 64, 70, 94-96, 196, 200, 320, 327
Denver, Colo., 15-16
Detroit Free Press 53
"Difficulties Encountered in Issuing Cheyenne & Arapahoe Subsistence 1861-1870" by Martha Buntin 37-45
Doaksville, Choctaw Nation, 251, 300, 302
Doan's Crossing, 10
Dodge, Col. Henry, 317, 481
Dodge, Expedition, 481-482
Doughtery, Key, 160
Doyle, Judge Thos. H., 105, 214, 384-385
Dry Foreheads, 71
Dukes, Gilbert W., Choctaw chief, 309-310
Durant, Okla., 266
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Eagle Heart 33-34
Edge, Stanley 490
Edmond, Okla. 51, 56-58, 60
Edmond Sun 50-51, 57, 61
Elderkin, Maj. W. A. 38, 40n, 41
Elk Creek 154, 156-157, 160-161
Elliot, D. Stewart 459
Ellis, Albert N. 219
Ellis County, Okla. 219
Ellsworth, Kans. 11
Embry, John 218
England, country of 273
Ephesus church 271
Euchee Mission 414
Eufaula Indian Journal 252
Eufaula, Okla. 154
"Evans, Hugh, Journal of 481
Eyring, Henry 202-213
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Fannin Co., Texas, 270
Fast Bear, 33
Fears, L. S., 459
Fenemon, Moses, 207-208
Fenemon, Henry, 208
Fenemon, Riley, 209
Ferguson, Walter, 9
Field, Capt. Francis Almon, 403
Filson, Chas. H., 218
Fitzpatrick, Malinda Alice and Susan, 27
"Five Civilized Tribes, The," by Grant Foreman, 431n
Five Civilized Tribes, removal of, 63, 373
Flynn, Dennis, 294, 386
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, 14, 27n, 255, 399
Foreman, Grant, 253, 322n, 326n, 335, 405n, 431n, 457
Fort Arbuckle, 26-27, 147, 329-330
Fort Balknap, 95
Fort Cobb, 27, 147
Fort Cobb, Old, 22
Fort Coffee, 300, 305
Fort Craig, 19
Fort Custer, Montana, 262
Fort Dodge, Kans., 22-24, 29
Fort Donelson, 15
Fort Gibson, 14, 17, 68-69, 70n, 71, 100, 147, 149, 156, 205, 230-232, 317-321, 324, 331, 336, 338-340, 401-403, 481, 488, 491
Fort Holmes, 316, 331
Fort Keogh, 261-263
Fort Kodiac, Alaska, 256-257n
Fort Larned, Kans., 16-19, 29, 342
Fort Leavenworth, 15, 17, 264
Fort Leavenworth, postmaster of, 442, 448-449
Fort Lyon, 16, 19
Fort Myer, Va., 264
Fort Reno, 316
Fort Richardson, 33, 35
Fort Riley, Kans., 17, 147, 264
Fort Scott, Kans., 17, 207
Fort Sherman, Idaho, 263
Fort Sill, 31, 35-36, 229, 341, 346-347, 349-351, 355
Fort Smith, Ark., 47, 112, 156, 304-305, 323, 326-327, 445, 453, 457, 485
Fort Snelling, Minn., 263
Fort Towson, 266, 336
Fort Washita, 68, 72
Fort Zarah, 23
Fossett, Wm. D., 218
Foster, Y. N., 459
Fourteen Mile Creek, 211
Franklin, Prof. M. E., 227
Fraser, Gilbert, 390
Frazier, John Randolph, 367
Freeman, Charles R., 154
Fremont, J. C., expedition of, 325
Fullerton, Eula E., 227
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Galbraith, C. A., 218
Gardner, Jefferson, Choctaw chief, 308-309
Garvin, Isaac, Choctaw chief, 303, 307
Gault, Frank, 291-292
George, Thos., 460
Georgia, state of, 63-64, 66-67, 271, 405, 423, 425-426, 428-430
Geuda Springs, 276n
Ghost Dance, 348, 353, 355
Gillis, Doyle, 70-71n
Glasgo, Mary Jane, 270
Glass, Maj. Don, 23
Glen Pool, Okla., 13
Gold Rush, 316, 325-327, 331, 357
Good Spring Church, 271
Gordon, W. F., 276n
Gould, J., 278
Grand River, 160, 401
Grand Saline, 322
Grant, President, 37
Grant Co., Okla., 451
Graves, Henry, Choctaw Indian, 269
Grayson, Chief G. W., 136
Greenback (political) party, 274, 277
Green, Edward B., 214
Greer Co., 383, 386, 389
Gregg, Dr. Josiah, 323-324
Grierson, Col., 34-35
Grimes, Wm., 218
Guess, Teesay, 69, 78
Guthrie Getup, 224-225
Guthrie Herald, 50
Guthrie, Okla., 58
Guy, Jim, 184
Gypsom Creek, 147
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Hainer, Bayard T., 216-217
Haines, Rachel A., 454n
Hall, George Riley, 133, 138
Hall, James Monroe, 242-243
Hanks, Capt. F. M., 167
Harjo, Chitto (Crazy Snake), 136, 139-145
Harmon, Lieut., 151-152
Harris, A. W., 276n
Harris, Grant, 451
Harrison, President, 214-215
Harry, Jack, Delaware Indian, 94
Harvey, David, 287
Harvey, D. A., Territorial Agent, 385-386
Haskell, Okla., 407, 415-416, 418, 420
Hastings, W. W., 437n
Haweis Mission, 405
Hayes, Judge Samuel W., 106
Hays City, Kans., 11
Hazen, Maj. W. B., 146, 148
Hegler, Capt. Benj. F., 218
Heiston, Lieut. T. B., 163
Helsey, Dana, 145
Henryetta Free Lance, 133
Henry Kendall College, 418, 491
Hickory Ground, 143
Hicks, Elijah, 425
Hicks, Mrs. Abijah, 401
Hicks, Ed D., 425n, 437n
Hicks, Elijah, Journal of, 68-99
Hiesa, Caddo Chief, 79
Higginson, Geo., 202-212
Highland, Kans., 406
Hinds, Sampson D., 459
Hoag, Enoch, 41
Hodge, D. M., 460
Hoffman, Gen. Roy V., 145, 218
Hogue, Rev. Robert J., 271
Holloway, Gov. Wm., 105
"Honey Springs, Battle of," by Charles R. Freeman, 154-168, 18, 302
Hopewell, Treaty of, 66
House of Kings, 133
House of Warriors 133
Houston, Sam, 317
Howard, Hon. E. B., 57, 61
Howard, Frank Stapler, 365-366
"Huggins, Gen. Eli Lundy," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 255-265
Hunnewell, Kans., 276n, 443-444
Hunter, Thos. W., Choctaw Indian, 310
Hurley, Patrick J., 373
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Illinois, state of, 15, 255
Illinois, River, 199, 206
Indian Country, Scenes in the, by Augustus W. Loomis, 405
Indian, Dances, 342, 348, 353
Indian, warfare, 256, 261, 317
Indian Herald, 252
"Indian Removal," by Grant Foreman, 431n
"Indian Removal Message of Pres. Jackson," by John Bartlett Meserve, 63-67
Indian Regiments, 163-165, 168
Indian Territory, 12, 37, 40, 47, 50, 105, 119, 133, 147, 207, 211, 214, 218, 231, 263n, 271, 328, 373-374, 385
Indian Territory, Civil War in, 373
Indian Territory, first U. S. Court in, 457
Indian Territory, History of, 28n
Indian Territory, Mission, 206, 210
Indian Territory, newspapers in, 251
Indian Territory, opening of, 274, 277
Indians, Plains, 37, 316, 319
Indians, Plains, removal of, 266
Indian land, allotment of, 374
Indiana, state of, 440
Ioni Indians, 481
Iowa Indians, 333
Iowa, state of, 277, 284
Iron Shield, 261
"I-See-O, Sergeant, Kiowa Indian Scout," by Morris Swett, 341-354
Isparhecher, Creek chief, 137, 140, 144, 414
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Jackson, Andrew, 63, 66-67, 424
Jackson, L. E., 459
Jackson, W. C., 459
Johnson, E. B., 322, 328-329
Johnson, M. T., Chickasaw Indian, 328-332
Jones, Col. Floyd, 150-152
Jones, Edgar W., 218
Jones, H. W., 267
Jones, Horace P., 36
Jones, Robert M., 113-114, 116
Jones, Wilson N., Choctaw chief, 308
Judicial Districts of Oklahoma Territory, 214, 216-217
Judson, Col. Wm. R., 158-159, 161
Jumper, Chief John, of the Seminoles, 154
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Kansas, state of, 11, 16, 20-21, 23, 47, 49, 50-56, 62, 276, 287, 347, 402, 406, 440-441, 443-450, 454-455
Kansas, courts in, 457
Kansas City, Mo., 18, 207, 280, 495
Kansas City Star, 55
Kansas City Times, 56
Kansas City Interstate Oklahoma Convention, 280, 282
Kansas Indians, 48, 114, 215
Kappler, Chas. L., 492
Keaton, James R., 216
Keechie Indians, 83-85, 87-89, 92-93, 97, 149, 481
Kelley, C. A., 225
Kendall, Geo. Wilkins, 96
Kentucky, state of, 57-58, 256, 266-267, 269, 298
Keys, Luther Morton, 223-224, 497-498
Kichai Indians, 316, 326-327
Kickapoo country, indemnity lands in, 385
Kickapoo Indians, 70, 73-74, 77-78
Kicking Bird, Kiowa chief, 22, 34, 49, 51
Kimball, Capt. A. S., 152-153
Kingfisher, 228
Kiowa Indians, 17, 19-22, 24-32, 36, 317, 319-321, 327, 341-354, 443, 484
Kiowa, Indians, chiefs of, 23
Kiowa & Comanche Agency, 23, 26
Kiowa, Comanche & Wichita reservation, opening of, 384
"Kiowas Defiance, The," by Dan W. Peery, 30-36
Koweta Mission, 399
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Latimer Co., Okla., 300
Latrobe, John H. B., 112, 114-116
Leased Lands, 27
"Leavenworth, Col. Jesse Henry," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 14-29, 226, 346
Leavenworth, Gen. Henry, 14, 317
Leavenworth Record, 55
Ledbetter, Walter A., 459
Lenders, Col. E. W., 492
Lester, Preston, 459
Lewis, Dr. Anna, 304n
Lewis, M. G., 68-69, 72-73, 76, 79-80, 82-83, 95, 98-99
Lewis & Clark Expedition, 488
Lexington, Okla., 492
Lipan Indians, 81, 89-90, 92-93, 95-98
Little Bighorn Fight, 261n
Little River, 71
Little Rock, Ark., 435, 488
Lockridge, Mr., 209
Loughridge, Rev. Robt. M., 209n, 399, 405n
Louisiana Purchase, 373
Louisiana, state of, 14, 484
Love, Overton, a Chickasaw, 27-28n
Love, Percival G., 19n
Lucas, Capt. William, 268
Lurty, Warren G., 218
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Macinac, garrison at, 14
Mack, Mr., 202
Madsen, Chris, 13
Mahcochocope, Pochonouquiet (Buffalo Hump), 84
Mail Service, thru Indian Territory, 328
Marcy, Capt. R. B., 326
Marland, Gov. E. W., 106-107, 490
Mason, Maj. R. B., 317, 335-336
Mason's Fort, 324, 335
Masonic Lodge, 466-469
Mattoon, Ill., 402
Maxey, Napoleon B., 459
Mayes Co., Okla., 251
McAlester, Okla., 311, 364, 367
McAtee, John L., 216
McClendon, Rev. J. L., 267
McClendon, Dr. J. W., 363-364
"McCurtains, The," by John Bartlett Meserve, 297-312
McCurtain, Capt. Daniel, 298
McCurtain, Cornelius, 299-300
McCurtain, David Cornelius, 311-312
McCurtain, Edmund, 301, 304-306
McCurtain, Green, 299, 301, 307-310
McCurtain, Jackson, 301-305
McCurtain, Jane Austin, 299n, 304n
McFarland, R. S., 271
McGaw, James, 200-201
McGuire, Bird S., 218
McIntosh, Chilly, 71, 83, 85-87, 89, 96, 155
McIntosh, Col. D. N., 155, 164n, 167, 407
McIntosh, Gen. Rollie, 204
McIntosh, William, 426-427
McIntosh County, Okla., 154
McKellopp, Albert, 136
McKinney, Thompson, Choctaw chief, 306
McMecham, T. F., 218
Medicine Lodge, 25, 32n, 50
Medicine Lodge Council, 49, 343, 347
Memphis, Tenn., 298, 485
Merrick, Edward, 127-128
Merritt, Charles, 492
Mescalera Reseration, 349
Meserve, John Bartlett, 63, 297, 338, 421
Mexico, Country of, 20, 87, 92, 323
Micco, 83, 85, 90, 92, 98
Miles, Gen. Nelson Al, 262, 264, 349
Miller, Alfred J., 107
Miller, Bishop Geo., 196
Miller, Henry W., 196-211
Minerals, 13
Mingo, meaning of, 110n
Minnesota, state of, 255-256, 261
"Missionaries of Latter Day Saints Church in Indian Territory," 196-213
Mission, Union, 251
Mississippi, state of, 63, 101, 111, 266, 269, 298, 300, 302, 391
Mississippi, missions in, 266
Missouri, Indians, 214
Missouri, River, 62
Missouri Fur Co., 316
Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad, 230
Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., 490
Missouri, state of, 280, 288, 315
Mock, Rev. Edward Jacob, 202n
Mocochohie, Prin. chief of Comanches, 96
Moffatt, Rev. A. G., 270-271
Mohegan, 64
Mollhausen, Baldwin, 485-487
Molloy, H. H., 167
Montana, state of, 252, 256, 261-262
Mooney, James, 319, 326
"Moore, Augusta Robertson," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 399-420, 491
Moore, Chub, Chickasaw Indian, 182
Moore, Head Right, 418-419
Moore, Napoleon Bonaparte, 407-408, 412-413, 418
Moravian Missionary, 202
Morey, Dr. John, 192
Morgan, Bvt. Brig. Gen. M. R., 39n, 42-43
Morgan, the Raider, 462
Mormon Church, 196, 206n, 358
Morton, Ohland, 364
Moshulatubbee, Choctaw chief, 300
Mothaskuck, a Kickapoo, 77
Munson, Lieut. Jacob Frederick, 152
Murrow, J. S., 467, 469
Muskogee, Okla., 50, 70n, 154, 255, 265, 407n, 417-419, 457-458, 467
Muskogee Phoenix, 412, 458
My Early Travels and Adventures in America and Asia, Henry M. Stanley, 24n
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Nagle, Patrick S., 218
Narragansett Indians, 64
Navajo Indians, 343, 353, 443
Neal, Leroy, 460
Nebraska, state of, 49, 53, 263
Nebraska City News, 52
Needles, Thos. B., 457-458, 462
Neighbors, Robt. S., 95
Nelson, S. E., Choctaw Indian, 271
Nelson, Maj. William, 458, 460, 462
Neosho, Mo., 328
Nephite Springs, 207
New Echota, Ga., 423, 426-428, 431
New Hampshire, 391
New Jersey, state of, 356
New Mexico, state of, 324, 326, 343, 440
New Orleans Price Current, 230
New Orleans, Battle of, 488
New York, N. Y., 391, 398
New York Tribune, 47
Niles Register, 481-482
Niosho (Grand) River, 207
Nitakechie, Choctaw chief, 269
Nitakechie, Capt. Jackson, 269
Nix, Evitt D., 218
North Carolina, state of, 339, 423
North Dakota, state of, 261, 263
North Fork Town, 154
Northrop, Lieut. L. B., 321, 323
Notes, 105-107, 223-232
Nuyaka Mission, 408-412, 414
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Okay, Okla., 401
Oklahoma City, Okla., 7, 11-12, 52, 277, 290, 292, 295, 329, 391, 395, 455, 472, 497
Oklahoma Historical Society, 7, 13, 105, 139, 225, 252, 273
Oklahoma Historical Society, minutes of Bd. Directors meeting, January 24, 1935, 121-126
Oklahoma Historical Society, Annual Meeting of, May 10-11, 1935, 235-237
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of Bd. Directors meeting, April 25, 1935, 238-241
Oklahoma Historical Society, minutes of meeting of Bd. Directors of July 25, 1935, 359-362
Oklahoma Historical Society, minutes of Bd. Directors meeting October 24, 1935, 489-493
Oklahoma Historical Society, newspapers of, 276
Oklahoma History quilt, 472-480
Oklahoma, state of, 9, 11, 13, 14, 30, 47, 49, 50-55, 58-59, 62, 102, 105, 108, 133, 274-275, 438
Oklahoma, "A Five Minute History of," by Patrick J. Hurley, 373-375
Oklahoma, "A Standard History of," by J. B. Thoburn, 327n
Oklahoma, admitted to Union, 384-385, 392-393
Oklahoma, "Centenary of Printing in," 251-254
Oklahoma, first court in, 457-469
Oklahoma, homesteading of, 276, 278, 280, 288-289
Oklahoma, "History of school Endowment of," 381-390
Oklahoma, opening of, 440, 443, 456
Oklahoma Press Association, 103, 252, 360
Oklahoma Library Association, 252
Oklahoma Territory, 56, 59, 374, 385-387
Oklahoma Territory, first newspaper in, 252
Oklahoma Territory, minerals in, 374
Oklahoma Territory, opening of, 374
Okmulgee, Okla., 133, 139, 408
Okmulgee, Okla., schools of, 139
"Old Philadelphia Baptist Church," by W. B. Morrison, 266-272
Opathleyahola, Creek Indian, 433
Oregon, state of, 481
Orner, Mrs. Frank C., 496
Osage (Indians), 25, 27, 317-318, 320, 322, 339, 373
Osage (Indians) Agency, 252
Osage (Indians), Ceded Lands, 53
Osage Indian reservation, 214-218
Osborn, William H., 438
Otoe Indian reservation 214-218
Our Monthly, 404
Overstreet, Samuel L., 218
Owen, Robt. L., 437n, 459, 461
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Page, John, 113, 115-116
Pah you cah, a principal Comanche Chief, 90-93, 97-98
Paris, Tex., 305, 457
Parker, Judge Isaac, 304, 445
Park Hill, I. T., 434-435
Park Hill Mission, 399, 401, 404-406, 432
Parkinson, James, 411-412
Parry-wah-soit, Kiowa chief, 26
Paschal, Ridge, 459
Pasco, G. W., 459
Pastures, 12, 178-179, 182
Patterson, E. N., Choctaw, 271
Patterson, James A & Company, 411
Patterson, James, 413
Patterson, W. N., 460
Pauls Valley Enterprise, 252
Pawnee, Indians, 16, 481-483
Pawnee, Indians, reservation, 214-218
Pawnee "Mohaw" (Indians), 322
Pawnee Pict (Indians), 317
Payne, (Capt. D. L.), 49, 58, 274-277, 279, 438-456
Payne, Oklahoma Colony, 274, 276n, 439, 455
Payne, John Howard, 430
Payne Co., Okla., 456, 496
Peace Council, 47
Peace commission, 23, 25
Peck, William G., 325
Peery, Dan W., 30, 46, 273, 381
Pennsylvania, state of, 261
Perrine, Fred S., 481
Perryman, Thomas Ward, 408, 410-411
Perry, Bro. Robt. C., 204
Phelan, Camille Nixdorf, 472-480
Philadelphia, Pa., 435
Philadelphia Baptist Church, 266
Philippine Island, 264
Phillips, Col., 161-162
Picayune, 96
Pike, Albert, 154
Piney Cemetery, 227
Pioneer Days in the Early Southwest, Grant Foreman, 317n, 320n, 322n
Pitchlynn, Col. Peter, 47, 114, 116, 118n, 302
Plains Indians, 37
Poison Springs, battle of, 302
Polson Cemetery, 227
Ponca Commission, 263
Ponca (Indians) removal of, 263
Ponca (Indians), reservation, 214-218
Ponca & Otoe country, public land in, 386
Pond Creek, 37, 40
"Pontotoc County, An unusual antiquity in," by H. R. Antle, 470-471
Porter, Pleasant, 414
Posey, Alexander, (Creek Indian), 134, 137, 375
"Post, Wiley, Address in commemoration of," by Paul A. Walker, 376-380
Poteau, Okla., 311
Pottawatomie Reservation, opening of, 293
Potts, Ramsey D., missionary, 266, 268-270
Prairie Grove, battle of, 442
Pratt, Parley Parker, 196-212
Precon, a chief, 77
Presbyterians, 209
Presbyterian Church, 408, 412, 414
Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, 399
Printing in Oklahoma, 404
Printing in Oklahoma, centenary of, 251-254, 360
Prior's Creek, 210-211
Pryor, Okla., 251, 488
Pryor, Capt. Nathaniel, 488
Purcell, Okla., 319
Pushmataha District, Choctaw Nation, 266, 269
Pushmataha, Choctaw chief, 269
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Quakers, 32, 37, 40
Quapaw (Indians), 318, 326, 339
Quein, Joe, 50, 51n
Quel-park, 23
Quilt, Oklahoma's history, 472-480
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Railroads, 230, 305, 395-396, 485, 490
Rain-in-the-Face, Sioux Indian, 261
Ralls, Joseph G., 459
Randall, Bro., 209
Red River, 10, 27, 34, 68-69, 72, 74, 78, 84, 91, 147, 266
Renfrow, Gov. William C., 387
Republican Convention in I. T., first, 361
Revolutionary War, hero of, 338-340
"Reynolds, Milton W.," by Dan W. Peery, 46-62
Richards, John H. (A.), 200, 203
Richards, Jona, 33
Ridge, Major, Cherokee Indian, 429-430, 432
Ridge, Major, "monument erected to memory of," 227-228
Ridge, John, Cherokee Indian, 429-430, 432
Ridge party, 154
Riley, James, 113, 115-116
Riley, Maj. George, 284
Rio Grande, 92
Ripley, Capt. H. I., 45
Ritchie, Wm., 199, 208
Road, Santa Fe, 17-18
Road, Texas, 69, 70n, 157, 160, 207n
Road, Wagon, 327, 331-332
Roberts, J. C., 218
Robertson, Alice M., 400-401, 408, 416-418
Robertson, Ann Eliza, 399, 402, 410n
Robertson, Samuel Worcester, 404, 412n, 413, 420
Robertson, Rev. William Schenck, 399-402, 404, 406
Rock Creek Church, 271
Rock Island Railroad, 395-396
Rock Falls, 453
Rocky Mountain Rangers, 19
Roff, Joe T., 169
Rogers, Clem, 437n
Rogers, Lewis, 197, 206
Rogers, Will, 375-376, 379, 437n
Roger Mills County, Okla., 219-220
Ross, Daniel, 206, 422-423
Ross, John, Chief of Cherokees, 47-48, 154, 199, 201, 415, 421-437, 488
Ross, Lewis, 423-424
Ross, L. P., 293
Ross, William P., 414
Ross Landing, Tenn., 423, 430
Rousseau, Gen. Lovell Harrison, 256
Russia, country of, 256-257
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Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., 14
Sac Indians, 14
Sac & Fox (Indians), 333
Sac & Fox reservation, opening of, 293
Salina, Okla., 495
Salt Fork, 229
Salt Lake City, 197, 207
Sanborn, General, 23
Sanborn, John Benj., 24n, 25
Sanchez, Lewis, 97-98
Sans Bois, Okla., 305, 311
Sans Bois, County, Choctaw Nation, 306
Santa Fe, New Mex., 323, 326, 337
Santa Fe road, 17-18
Sapulpa, Okla., 414n
Satank, 23, 24n, 33-35
Satanta, Kiowa chief, 23, 24n, 26, 32n, 33-36, 343
Sa-ton-tu, 29
Schaurte, Lieut. Col. Frederick W., 160
Schermerhorn, Rev. John F., 429
Schofield, Maj. Gen., 157
Scothorn, John W., 218
Scotland, 107
Scott, Gen. Hugh L., 342, 347-348, 350-351, 354-356
Scott, Henry W., 215
Scott, Gen. Winfield S., 431
Scout, Indian, 341-354
Searcy, Mrs. Howard, 488
Seaton, Lieut. A. F., 318
Seay, Abraham J., 214-215, 293
Seminole, Indians, 48-49, 74-75
Seminole, Nation, surplus lands of, 275n
Seneca (Indians), 318, 339
Sequoyah, Cherokee Indian, 251, 426
Severs, F. B., 411-413
Shackleford, James M., 457-459, 461-462
Shaw, Jim, Delware & Comanche linguist, 81, 83, 87, 97-98
Shawnee (Indians), 320, 325, 339
Sheridan, Gen. Philip H., 262
Sherman, General, 34
Sherman, Caroline B., 146
Simons, Percy C., 218
Sioux (Indians), 261-263, 349, 353
Sitting Bull, 261
Skullyville Co., Choctaw Nation, 271
Skullyville, Okla., 301, 307, 311
Slade, Wm., 198, 202, 204, 206-207
Smedley, Rev. Joseph, 268
Smith, Capt. E. A., 161
Smith, S. C., 276
Smoked Meat Rebellion, 144
Snyder, J. H., 101
Sons of the American Revolution, 100
Sooner State Press, 224
South Carolina, state of, 423
South Haven, Kans., 276n
Southwest City, Mo., 227
Southern tribes, 64
Spaniards, 74, 81, 87, 97
Spanish-American War, 264
Spanish-American War, Indians in, 375
Spavenaw Mills, 208
Spavinaw River, 211
Speed, Horace, 218
Spencer Academy, 302
Spencer, Orson, 200
Spotted Eagle, Indian, 261
Spring Creek, 207
Springer, William, 282, 284-285
Standley, Capt. J. T., 463
Stand Watie, Cherokee Indian, 154-155, 162, 164n, 228, 434
Stanley, Henry M., 23, 26, 32n, 49
Steele, Gov. Geo. W., 46, 215
Stewart, Sir Wm. Drummond, 107
Stilwell, Jack, 31
Stilwell, Okla., 227
St. Louis, Mo., 230-231, 491, 495
St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad, 395-396
Stokes, Gov. Montfort, 100, 317-318, 338-340
Strange, J. C., 218
Stumbling Bear, Indian chief, 343
Sugar Loaf County, Choctaw Nation, 303, 305
"Suggs, Col. Sidney," by J. H. Snyder, 101-104
Sulpher Springs, 201
Sumner County, 229
Supplemental Agreement, 310
Supreme Court, organization of, 214
Supreme Court, Judges of first, 214-218
Swanton, Dr. John, 109
Swett, Morris, 341
Swink, Martha, 146
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Tahlequah, Okla., 196, 199, 201, 227, 251-252, 401, 425n, 432-434
"Tahlequah Council Fires, Around," by T. L. Ballenger, 357-358
Tarsney, John C., 216
Tatum, Lawrie, (Indian Agent), 32, 34-36
Tawakoni Creek, 68
Tawakoni (Indians), 95, 320
Taylor, General, 88
Tecumseh, 73
Tehee, Houston B., 437n
Tennessee, state of, 423, 426, 430
"Territory of Oklahoma, Supreme Court of," by Judge Thos. H. Doyle, 214-218
Territorial Legislature, first, 60-61
Tewahana, a chief, 89
Texans, 33, 68-69, 91, 95, 161, 163, 165, 229
Texas Road, 69, 70n, 157, 160, 207n
Texas, state of, 20-21, 24, 26-27, 29, 33-36, 62, 68-69, 71-72, 86, 91, 95, 102-103, 196, 207, 229, 445
Texas, courts in, 457
Thoburn, J. B., 327n
Thomas, a Chickasaw settlement, 72
Thompson, Canada H., 218
Thompson, Nancy, 404-406
Tiblow, Tim, a Delaware, 69
Timber Mountain, 26
Tona-ev-ko, a chief of the Comanches and Kiowas, 23
Tonkawa (Indians), 80, 88, 90, 93, 95, 97, 333
Towea (Indians), 483
Trail Creek District, 16
Trails, 491-492
Trails, through Oklahoma, 330-331
"Trails Through Oklahoma, Early," by Grant Foreman, 326n
Treaty, with Caddo Indians, 490
Treaty, with Choctaw, 298
Treaty, of Medicine Lodge, 347
Treaties, Indian, 10, 23, 66, 115
Trenor, Capt. Eustace, 321
Trinity River, 68
Troup, Gov. George M., 428
Tullehassee Mission, 399-401, 403-406, 408, 410, 414, 419
Tulsa, Okla., 57, 418
Tuskahoma, Okla., 303-304
Two Head, a Cherokee, 95
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Unassigned Lands 50
University of Oklahoma 273
University of Oklahoma Press 108, 252, 360
University of Tulsa 418
Union Mission 251-254
U. S. Army 341-356
Utah, State of 196-197, 207
Ute (Indians) 343
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Van Buren, Ark. 205, 227
Van Zandt, Howard F. 316
Verdigris River 70, 401
Vermont, state of 14
Vinita, Okla. 494-495
Virginia, state of 338, 404
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Waco (Indians), 88-91, 95, 97, 149, 482, 484
Wade, Alfred, 113, 115-116
Wade County, (I. T.), 304
Wakita Herald, 451
Walker, Paul, 376
Walker, Tandy, Choctaw chief, 154-155, 163, 164n, 167, 301
Walling, Rev. H. R., 453
Walrond, Zachary T., 458-459, 462, 466
War Chief, The, 275-279
Warfare, Indian, 14, 16-17, 19-20, 24, 26, 32, 51, 75, 88, 144, 148, 171, 317, 322, 328, 342-343, 348, 373
Warloopa, 34
Washburn, J. L., 69, 71, 73
Washington Irving Trail, 492
Washington, D. C., 435
Washita Co., Okla., 294
Washita River, 10, 69, 95, 147
Wattles, Col. Stephen A., 162
Wayne, Okla., 492
Wealaka Mission, 406
Weaver, Gen. James B., 274, 277, 282-286
Webber Fall, 19n
Weeks, Dr. B. D., 491
Welch, Lieut. Col. O. G., 166
West Point, Military Academy, 14
West Virginia, state of, 267
Wetherell, Alexander McComb, 152, 153n
Whipple, Lieut, A. W., 327, 485-486
White Bear, 24n
White, Jim, 171-172
Wichita (Indians), 84, 87-89, 97-98, 149, 320, 322-323, 481, 492
Wichita (Indians) Agency, 95n
Wichita Mountains, 51n, 147, 481
Wichita, Kans., 11, 229, 275, 276n, 280, 284, 443, 445, 457
Wichita Beacon, 278
Wichita Eagle, 279, 284
Wight, Lyman, 197-198, 201-213
Wilburton, Okla., 367
Wild Cat, Seminole chief, 69-71, 74-75, 77, 80
Wild Game, 77, 81, 328, 330-331, 401, 440
Williams, Col. James M., 159-160
Williams, John R., 246, 490
Williamson, young man lost on the prairies, 78
Willstown Mission, 405
Wisconsin, state of, 15, 20, 29, 402n
Wood, Judge R. E., 381
Woodward Co., Okla., 385
Worcester, Rev. Samuel Austin, 253, 399, 405, 415, 429
Works, Joe (Buckskin Joe), 277, 456
Worlds Fair of 1904, Indian Territory Building at, 491
World War, Indians in, 375
Wright, Alfred, Choctaw Indian, 271
Wright, Rev. Allen, Choctaw, 113, 115-116, 118
Wright, Muriel H., 120
Wright, George J., 145
Wright, Caleb, 227
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"Young Army Officer's Experience in Indian Territory," by Caroline B. Thomas 146-153
Young, Brigham 199


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