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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 14
1936
INDEX

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Abel, Anna Heloise, 59n
Adair's History of the Indians, 162-3
Adair, William Penn, 306, 356
Adair, Elizabeth Alabama (nee Schrimsher), 357
Alberty, Eliza Missouri Bushyhead, 295n, 299
Alford, Thomas Wildcat, Civilization as Told to Florence Drake, 505
Allen, James, 304
Allotment, to Iowa Indians, 470-477
American Indians, 59n
American Indians, The (Haines), 335
American Indians Mission Association, 456-7
American Indians, Handbook of, 54n
American State Papers, Indian Affairs, II, 164n-168n
Amos, Prof. F. S. E., 314n
Anadarko, Okla., 135, 138-139, 145
Antle, H. R., 53, 343
Apalachee, (Indians), 54
Arbuckle, General, 395, 398n, 441n, 446
Arbuckle, General, speech of, 407
"Ardmore Bar Association, Resolutions of the, Regarding William D. Potter," 365-368
Arkansas, State of, 3-8
Arkansas City, Kans., 271
Arkansas River, 3
Arkansas Intelligencer, (Van Buren), 301
Armstrong Academy, 67, 432
Armstrong Academy, Trustees of, 68
Armstrong, Maj. F. W., 395-396, 398, 446
Articles of Confederation, 166
A. T. & S. F. Railroad, 185
Atoka Agreement, 197, 430
Attacullaculla, Civil Chief among Cherokees, 305
Ayar-Incas, by Miles Poindexter, 503
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Bade, William Fred, 307
Baldwin, Capt. T. A., 148
Baptist Mission, 296, 351-352
Barnard, Evan G., A Rider of The Cherokee Strip, 507-508
Batupan Bogue, 9
Beadle, 174
Bean, Capt. Jesse, 393
Beatty, Alice Bird Ridge, (Mrs. Francis G.), 301n, 302n, 304n, 308
Beatty, Francis G., 308
Beck, T. E., 360
Belt, Robert V., 473
Bench, Tuck and Chris, 425
Benton, Sen. Thomas Hart, 434n
Bibliography, (John Rollin Ridge), 309-311
Big Cabin, 183
Black Hawk War, 25
Black Hills, discovery of gold in, 41
Blue County, Choctaw Nation, 420
Book Reviews, (Western Military Frontier, 1815, Beers), (Satanta, Wharton), 225-227
Book Reviews, (Women of the Confederacy, Simpkins and Patton), (Fort Gibson, A Brief History, Foreman,) (Down The Texas Road, Foreman), (Ayar-Incas, Poindexter), (Death in the Desert, Wellman), (Civilization as Told to Florence Drake, Alford), (A Rider of the Cherokee Strip, Barnard), (The Chisholm Trail and Other Routes, Taylor); (The Chisholm Trail, Ridings), 499-512
Boomer movement, 47
Boudinot, Col. E. C., 30
Boudinot, Elias, 300, 306
Boudinot, Frank, 306
Bouton, Madison, 424
Boyd, Pres. David R., 314, 317-318, 321, 322n, 323
Brand, Miss Minnie, 308
Brant, Thomas, Chief of the Seneca Nation, Speech of, 415
Breadtown, 296
Bret Harte Inn, 308
Brock, M. J., 305n
Brown, Rev. P. P., 67
Brown, Governor, 197
Brown, Prof. A. S., 320
Bruington, W. H., 271
Bryan County, (Okla.), 420
"Buckner, Henry Frieland," by E. C. Routh, 456-466
Buckner, Daniel, 456
Bunch, Rabbitt, 357
Bush, C. C., 501
Butterfield Overland Mail Route, 180
"Bushyhead, Edward W. and John Rollin Ridge, Cherokee Editors in California," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 295-311
Bushyhead, Jesse, 295, 350-351
Bushyhead, "Chief Dennis Wolf," by John Bartlett Meserve, 349-359
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, missionary among Choctaws, 6
Byrne, W. S., 305
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Caddo, 184, 422
Cade, (Okla.), 423
Calhoun, John C., 436
"California, Cherokee Editors in," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 295-311
California Express, 304
California, Society of, 305
California Historical Quarterly, 305n, 306n
California Writers and Literature, 303n, 305n
California American, 307
California, discovery of gold in, 353
Cameron, Rev. E. D., 320
Camp Napoleon, 29
Camp Supply, 363
Camp Holmes, 396-404, 450
Camp Mason, 448, 453, 455
Canadian River, 184
Cannon, Uncle Joe, 193-194, 203
Cardwell, W. D., 190
Carolinas, the, 9, 479-497
Carter, Charles D., 190
Catlin, George, 445
Cattle Trails, The Two, 84-122
Cattle Trails, Eastern and Western, 109
Cattle, range, in Comanche & Kiowa reservation, 151
Cattle range, rent on, 152
Cattle shipments, 184-185
Cattle, longhorn, 355
Cattle ranch, 360-361
Cattle rustlers, 421
Cattle, grazing area, 422
Cattle business of Wilson N. Jones, 422, 424
Chapman, W. L., 315
Chapman, Berlin B., 467
Charleston, South Carolina, 349
"Cherokee Editors in California," Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 295-311
Cherokee Indians, History of the, Starr, 301n, 349n
Cherokee, (Indians), 3-8, 9-21, 25-30, 171, 181, 295, 456, 478
Cherokee (Indians), treaty with, 38, 164
Cherokee, (Indians), origin of, 53
Cherokee, (Indians), missionary work among, 67, 168, 459
Cherokee, (Indians), Nation, 174, 296, 299-300, 451
Cherokee, (Indians) Messenger, 296
Cherokee, (Indians), Treaty of Feb. 27, 1819, one of provisions of, and Treaty of Dec. 29, 1835, 167
Cherokee, (Indians), Council of Oct. 24, 1820, 170
Cherokee (Indians), Commission, members of, 467, 469
Cherokee Strip, First typesetter in, 237-241, 355
Cherokee Strip, A Rider of The, Barnard, 507-508
Cheyenne, (Indians), 362
Cheyenne, (Indians), northern, 363n
Cheyenne, (Indians), Transporter, 107n
Chickasaw, (Indians), 3-8, 9-21, 26, 28-29, 478
Chickasaw, (Indians), Treaty with, 36
Chickasaw, (Indians), Bluffs, 167
Chickasaw, (Indians), Chimney Creek, 362
"Chisholm Trail, History of," by H. S. Ennant, 108-122, 230-237, 355, 364
Chisholm Trail, The old original, 98
Chisholm Trail, The, Sam P. Ridings, 508-512
Chisholm, And Other Routes, The, T. U. Taylor, 508-512
Choctaw, (Indians), 3-8, 9-21, 25-26, 28-29, 183, 419, 478
Choctaw, (Indians), country, 183
Choctaw, (Indians), District Chieft, 171
Choctaw, (Indians), lineage of, 53
Choctaw, (Indians), missionary work among, 67
Choctaw, (Indians), Nation, schools of, 67-75
Choctaw, (Indians), chief of, 414
Choctaw, (Indians), National Council, 176, 420
Choctaw, (Indians), Treaty with, 36, 164
Choctaw, (Indians), provisions of treaty of 1820 and 1825, 167
Chouteau, Col. A. P., 398, 399n, 405, 411, 417, 447, 449n
Chouteau, P. L., 411n, 443, 447, 451-453
Christianburg, Va., 9
Chronicles of Oklahoma, 12n, 26n, 29n, 66n, 163n, 166n, 180n, 250, 295n, 302n, 306n
Chuala Female Seminary, 71
Churches, Southern Methodist, 312, 314, 316, 321
Churches, Methodist Episcopal, 318
Churches, Chestnut, 456
Churches, Somerset, 458
Churches, Baptist, 458
Churches, North Fork, 460
Cimarron River, 361-362
Civil War, Indians of Five Tribes in, 28
Clark, Joseph Stanley, 26n
Clark, E. L., 146
Cleveland County Leader, 315n
Clinch, Col. D. L., 54
Clous, Capt. J. W., 148
Cody, Col. Wm. F., (Buffalo Bill), 148
Coffee, Holland, 394
Colbert's Ferry, 180
Colbert, Frank, 181
Colcord, Charley, 363
"Cole, Chief Coleman," by John Bartlett Meserve, 9-21
Cole, Roscoe, 10
Cole, Robert, 11-15
Colerain Station, 167
"Comanche Indian and His Language," by W. J. Becker, 328-342
Comanche meaning of words, 332-342
Comanche and Kiowa (Indians), 135
Comanche and Kiowas (Indians) country, 135-155
Comanche and Kiowa (Indians) agency, 138
Comanche and Kiowa (Indians) and Apache tribes, 139
Comanche County, (Okla.), 137
Comanches, (Indians), Ichacoly, First Chief of, 413
Comanches, (Indians), Treaty with, 404
Commager, Documents of American History, 164n
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, copies of manuscripts in the office of, 3-8
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Report of, for 1865, 29, 31-33
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Report, 162n
Confederacy, The Women of the, Francis B. Simpkins and James W. Patton, 499-500
"Confederacy, International Conflict for the Lands of The Creek," by Gerald Forbes, 478-498
Confederate Army, enlistment from Indian Territory in, 28, 33n
Constitutional Convention for Indian Territory, formal call for, 198
Constitutional Convention for Indian Territory, delegates, 198
Constitutional Convention for Indian Territory, Committees of, 201-203
"Contribution of the Indian People to Oklahoma," by Muriel H. Wright, 156-161
Convention, Sequoyah, men who participated in, 204
Convention, Oklahoma, 204
Convention, Views of a Visitory to the Constitutional, 324-327
Cooley, D. N., report of, 31-33
Copeland, Charles, 72-73
"Cotteral, John Hazelton," by A. G. C. Bierer, 49-52
Couch, Capt. W. L., 283
Coues, Elliott, 435n
Cowley County, (Kans.), 267, 269, 276
Cox, Emmett, 146
Crawford, Wm. H., Secy. of War, 167n
Creek, (Indians), 3-8, 25-36, 393, 456, 478-498
Creek, (Indians), Agent, report of, 173
Creek, (Indians), Alphabet, use of, 343
Creek, (Indians), lineage of, 53
Creek, (Indians), missionary work among, 67, 456-466, 478
Creek, (Indians), Treaty with, 37
Creek, (Indians), Treaty of Aug. 7, 1790, 165
Creek, (Indians), Treaty of Aug. 7, 1790 and Nov. 15, 1827, one of provisions of, 167
Creek, (Indians), war, 164
"Creek Confederacy, International Conflict for the Lands of the," by Gerald Forbes, 478-498
Crowder, Josh, 425
Cumberland River, 9
Cummins, Ella Sterling, 303n, 305n
Cushman, History of Choctaw, Chickasaw and Natches Indians, 171n
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Daily National Democrat, 304
Daily Oklahoman, 181n
Dale, E. E., 508
Darlington Agency, 363
Davis, Edward, 53
Davis, Winfield S., 304n
Dawes Commission, 428, 431
Debo, Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic, 163n
Delaware, (Indians), 3
Delaware, reservation, 27n
DeLong, Charles E., 306
Denison, George, 183
Denison, Texas, 185
DeSoto, 163
DeToqueville, Democracy In America, 149
Doak's Stand, 12
Doaksville, 71-72
Dodge, Col. Henry, 445
Dogan, Lucy Ann, 457
Dull Knife, 363n
Dunn, Jesse J., 190
Durant, (Okla.), 184
Dragoon Expedition, 393
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Easley, Mrs. John F., 389-390
Eastman's Map of Nebraska and Kansas Territory, 29n
"Eastern Boundary of Oklahoma," 26n
Edley, Wm. Henry, 127-128
Ellsworth, Henry L., 393
Emory, William, 349
Euchees, (Indians), 54
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Farris, Rev. J. T., 315
Fayeteville, Ark., 8, 300
Fears, Judge S. S., 423
Federal Court, in Old Indian Territory, 423
Fields, Richard, 306, 349
Fields, George, 350
Fields, Turtle, 350
Fife, Tom, 343n
Five Civilized Tribes, names of, 53, 186, 196, 434
Five Civilized Tribes, lands occupied by, 197
Five Civilized Tribes, "Early Advancement among," by Edward Davis, 162-172
Florida, Indians of, 54
Forbes, Gerald, 478
Foreman, Grant, 8, 54n, 67
Foreman, Grant, Early Trails Through Oklahoma, 180n, 393, 500-501
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, 166n, 295
Fort Arbuckle, 147
Fort Cobb, 145
Fort Coffee Academy, 429
Fort Gibson, 184, 393-395
Fort Hawkins, 167
Fort Riley, Kans., 173
Fort Scott, 422
Fort Sill, 135-139, 146-148, 184, 393
Fort Smith Council, 30-35
Fort Smith Herald, 301
Fort Stephens, 167
Fort Towson, 72
Fort Towson, cantonment, 71
Fort Vause, 9-10
Fort Gibson, A Brief History of, 500
Fort Gibson, Dedicatory Services at, 518-519
Fort Gibson, "Letter Book 1834-1836," photostatic copy of, 4
Fort Sill, some of officers at the garrison at, 148-151
Fulsom, Israel, 70, 424
Fulsom, Col. David, 71
Furman, Judge Henry M., 295n
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Garland, Hon. Augustus H., 423
Garrett's Bluff, 422, 425
Gatewood, William Jeff, 296
General Council of Indian Territory, 177
George II, King of England, 164
Gideon, Indian Territory, 180n
Gittings, 59n
Golden Era, 303
Gore, T. P., 208
Government Indian Trader, 135
Grabhorn Press of San Francisco, 303
Grammar of the German Language, A, Geo. Crume, 333
Grant, Ludovic, 349
Grass Valley, (Calif.), 306-307
Grass Valley National, 305, 307
Great Barrington, (Mass.), 300
Great Barrington, History of, Chas. J. Taylor's, 300n
"Green Corn Dance," 66n
Great Plains, 436
Greenwood Cemetery, 309
"Greer, Frank H.," by Joseph B. Thoburn, 265-294
Greer, Samuel W., 266
Greer, Edwin, 270
Gunn, O. B., 181
Guthrie, Capt. B. L., 149
Guthrie, Oklahoma, 265-294, 469
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Hafen, The Overland Mail, 180n
Hampton, B. J., 422
Handbook of American Indians, 54n
Hanraty, Pete, 208
Hardie, Col. J. A., 184
Hargrove, Bishop R. K., 321-322
Harkins, G. W., 68
Harrison, Gen. William Henry, 352
Haskell, Gov. Chas. N., 189-217
Hawkins, Jacob, 83
Hazen, Gen. Wm. B., 145
Henry E. Huntington Library, 308
Hicks, W. F., 304
High Gate College, 316-323
High Gate Staff of teachers of, 320
Hill, Seaborne, 405n
Historic Denison, 180n, 181n
History of San Diego County, 295n, 296n, 297n, 298n
History of Placer and Nevada Counties, California, 305n
History of the University of Oklahoma, 317n
History of The United States, 35n
Holbatubbee, 428
Honey Creek, 300
House Bill No. 149, 84-85
Houston and Texas Central (Ry.), 182
Hudson, Peter J., 432
Hughes, Rev. D. W., 319
Hutching's California Magazine, 304
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Igou, Mabel Doan, 99
Indian Advocate, Oct. 1849 issue, notes from, 78-80
Indian Advocate, Oct. 1854 issue, notes from, 80-83
Indian Advocate, Oct. 1848 issue, 457
Indian Advocate, Dec. 1848 issue, 459-460
Indian Advocate, notes from July 1847 issue, 67-75
Indian Advocate, Sept. 1849 issue, notes from, 76-78, 466n
Indian Appropriation bill, amendment to, 41
Indian Removal Bill of 1830, 393
Indian Linguistic Families of America, North of Mexico, 53
Indian Mission Annual Conference, 312
"Indian People, Contributions of the, to Oklahoma" by Murial H. Wright, 156-161
Indians, great council of, 29, 393-418
Indians, words (Comanche), 328-342
Indians, Prairie, 440
Indians, donating to Sequoyah Home Fund, 373
Indian Territory, 3, 11, 182, 474
Indian Territory, General Council of, 177
Indian Territory, first election in, 203
Indian Territory, name of, 157
Indian Territory, removal of Indians from other states to, 25-47
"Indian Trader, Reminiscences of," by Gen. R. A. Sneed, 135-155
"Indian Tribes of the Lower Mississippi," 9n
Indian Tribes of the United States, Schoolcraft, 334
Ingle, E. P., 316
"Iowa Reservation, Dissolution of," by Berlin B. Chapman, 467-477
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Jackson, William, 356
Jackson, Jacob B., 427-431
Jackson, Elizabeth, 428
James, Taddy Owen, 129
James, Edwin, 435n
Jefferson, President, 23-24
Johns, Mrs. Percy, 366
Johnston, Joseph, 190
Jones, R. M., 68
Jones, Horace P., Indian Scout and interpreter, 146-147
Jones and Plummer trail, 98
Jones, Rev. Evan, 351
Jones, "Chief Wilson Nathaniel," by John B. Meserve, 419-433
Jones, William W., 424
Jones, Academy, 432
Jones Memorial Hospital, 433
"Journal of the Proceedings at our First Treaty with the Wild Indians, The," edited by Grant Foreman, 393-418
"Journal of the Proceedings of M. Stokes, M. Arbuckle and F. W. Armstrong," 398-418
Journals, 1854-1863, 306
-K-
Kansas, (Indians), 27n
Kansas, Fort Riley, 173
Kansas, Fort Scott, 422
Kansas Historical Collection, 180n
Kansas and Nebraska, 25-26
Kansas and Neosho Valley RR, 178
Kappler, 12n
Kappler, Chas. J., 55n, 56n, 57n, 58n, 476
Kappler, Indian Affairs, Laws and Treaties, 164n, 165n, 166n, 168n
Katy (M. K. & T.), 179-186
Kell, David, 301
Keokuk, Chief, 25, 468n
Kiamichi (Mountains) 16
Kiamichi River, 20
Kickapoo reservation, 27n
Kinchen, Oscar A., 312
King, Capt. Chas., 150
King College, Bristol, Tenn., 429
Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, 71, 171
Kinnear, Mrs. C. A., 366
Kinyon, Edmund G., 309
Koonsher Female Seminary, 69
-L-
La Fayette, General, 12
"Lands of the Creek Confederacy, International Conflict for," by Gerald Forbes, 478-498
Land Grants, 178
Language and the Study of Language, Whitney, 331
Lardner, W. B., 305n
Lawrenceville, New Jersey, 352
Leavenworth, Gen. Henry, 445
LeFlore, F., 68, 73
LeFlore, Greenwood, 163, 171
LeFlore District, Miss., 420
LeFlore, Louisa, 433
Light Horse Police, 171
Little Rock, Ark., 429
Little Rock Gazette, 447n
Little Bighorn Fight, 41
Little, Will T., 277
Little, Wolf, 363n
Livingston, Robert R., 23
Locke, V. M., 427
Lone Star Route, 183
Long, Maj. Stephen H., 435
Louisiana Purchase, 23-24
Louisiana Purchase, states included in, 24
Lyster Operatic Company, 306
-M-
Macready, E. D., 315
Madison, Secy. of State, 23
Mail Route, Butterfield Overland, 180
Malone, The Choctaw Nation, 163n
Maney, Col. James B., 393, 401n
Markley, Capt. Alfred C., 149
Martin, Joseph, (Brig. Gen.), 349
Martin, John, 350-351
Martin, Matthew, 445
Marysville, (Calif.), 304, 307
Marysville Daily News, 304
Marysville Appeal, 304n
Marysville National Democrat, 303, 305-306
Maryville Seminary, 456
Mason, Maj. R. B., 395-396, 400n, 447
Matheson, Thomas Blair, Sue Jane and Pearl M., 370
Matson, Smith Corbin, 218-221
Maysville, Ky., 12
Melville, Geo., 181
Merritt, Edgar B., 59n
Meserve, John Bartlett, 9, 163n, 349, 419
Meserve, Dr. Charles Francis, 524-525
Methodist Schools of Choctaw Nation, 75
Methodist, Southern Schools, 312, 319-320
Methodist Episcopal Schools, 318
Methvin, Rev. J. J., Methodist missionary, 153
Miami (Indians), 27n
Mills, Roger Q., 41-44
Millspaugh, R. L., 271, 275
Missionaries, 168-169, 456-466
Missionary Herald, May 1822, 164n, 168n, 169n
Mission Board, Domestic, 461, 463
Mission Board, Home, 466
Mississippi, Webster County, 9
Mississippi, State of, 11-13, 15-16, 19, 22
Missississppi River, 23
Mississippi, As a Province, Territory and State, 171n
Missouri, Kansas & Texas (RR), 20, 174-180, 183, 422
Modoc War, 40
Monroe, James, 23-24
Monroe, Pres., 436, 438
Moon, Van T., 86
Mooney, James, 442n
Moore, Mrs. N. B., 5
Moravians, 168
Morris, L. A., 422, 425
Morton, Ohland, 502
Murietta, Joaquin, The Life and Adventures of, 303
Murray, Wm. H., 197, 204
Murrow, J. S., 176
Musgrove, Mary, 480, 490
Muskogee, (Okla.), 181, 183-184, 190, 196, 198
Muskogee Democrat, 199
Muskogee Phoenix, 196
Muskogee Indians, lands of the, 181
-N-
Nanih Waya, 420
Napoleon, 23
Napoleon, Camp, 29
Natchez Road, 12
National Democrat, 304, 307
Nebraska and Kansas, 473-474
Nelson, Capt. Coleman E., 429
Nesbitt, Paul, 189-190
"Net Proceeds," 17-18
Newark School for Boys, 72
Newspapers, 377-379
New York (Indians), reservation for, 27n
New York, Graphic, 185
Nichols, Mrs. Helen Corey, 298
Noble Academy, 315
"No Man's Land, Story of," by Maud O. Thomas, 243-247
Norman, J. A., 196
Norman, (Okla.) Transcript, 312n, 314n, 316n, 318n, 319n, 320n, 322n
Notes, 222-224, 526-528
Notes, from the Indian Advocate, July 1847, issue, 67-83
Nowland, E. W. B., 403, 406
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O'Beirne, Leaders and Leading Men in the Indian Territory, 420n, 424n, 428n
Oconee, 167
Office of Indian Affairs, miscellaneous files from, 3-8
Oglethorpe, Gen. James, 490, 491, 493
Ohio River, 9
"Oklahoma, A Foreordained Commonwealth," by Dan W. Peery, 22-48
Oklahoma, meaning of, 39n
Oklahoma, creation of, 48
Oklahoma, name in Choctaw language, 156
Oklahoma, removal of Indians from Kansas to, 40
Oklahoma, A History of the State and Its People, Thoburn and Wright 173n
Oklahoma, Formation of, 59n
Oklahoma Constitutional Convention, 204-217
Oklahoma, "Contribution of the Indian People to," Muriel H. Wright, 156-161
Oklahoma Press Association, 284, 286
Oklahoma Territory, Indian reservations in, 467
Oklahoma Territory, dissolution of, 469
Oklahoma Methodist College, 315
Oklahoma School Herald, 315n, 316n, 321
Oklahoma Illustrated, 317n
Oklahoma Call, 318n, 319n, 320n
Oklahoma, First Postmaster at, 223
"Oklahoma's First College, Old High Gate at Norman," by Oscar A. Kinchen, 312-323
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Report of Grant Foreman, a Director of," 3-8, 370
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of meeting of Board of Directors, January 23, 1936," 123-126
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Addresses at Annual Meeting of," 228-247
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Annual report of Secretary of," 248-253
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of the Annual Meeting of," 254-257
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of meeting of Board of Directors, Apr. 23, 1936," 258-260
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of meeting of Board of Directors, July 23, 1936, 383-386
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Archives Department of," 379-384
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes of meeting of Board of Directors, Oct. 29, 1936," 513-517
Oklahoma Historical Society, "Notes," 526-528
Oklahoma Historical Society, "History Contest," 528
Osage (Indians), 3-8, 27, 395-417
Osage Nation, principal chief of, 401, 452
Overland Magazine, 302n, 305n
Overland Mail, 184
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Panic of 1873, 186
Paris, Texas, 184
Parker, Judge Isaac C., 355
Parsons, Kansas, 185
Patton, James W., The Women of the Confederacy, 409
Patton, C. W., 507
Payne, David L., 47
Payne, "C. P. Wickmiller's recollections of," 241-243
Pearson, Col. Edward P., 148
Peery, Dan W., 22, 86, 285
Pennington, Isaac, 401n
Peoples Voice, 315n, 319n
Peorias (Indians), 27n
Phillips Collection, 352n
Pickett, Albert James, History of Alabama, 164n
Pike, Zebulon Montgomery, 435, 444
Pine Ridge Station, 71
Pioneers of El Dorado, 303
Placerville, El Dorado County, 296
Plahankas (Indians), 27n
Porter, Gov. Pleasant, 196-198
Potter, Wilson D., 365-368
Potter, W. W., 366
Potter, Roy P., 366
Powell, J. W., 53n, 60n
Prairie Indians, The, 440-451
Priber, Christian, 163
Princeton University, 352
Purington, Maj. George A., 149
Pushmataha, Chief, 12, 21
Pushmataha, County, 16, 420
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Quapaw, (Indians), 3
Quapaw Nation, Chief of, 416
Quinby, Lieut. DeHart G., 184
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Railway line through Indian Territory, 137, 174-181
Railroads, 173-186
Rains, A. R., 451
Ramsey, Silas Marion, 130
Ranck, Mabel A., 387-388
Red Bluff Beacon, 304n
Red River, 175, 182-183
Red River City, 185
Red River Station, 355
"Reminiscences of an Indian Trader," by Gen. R. A. Sneed, 135-155
Removal Treaty of 1830, Article XIV of, 13
Removal Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, 12
Reservation, Iowa, Dissolution of, 467-477
Reynolds, Milton W., 30, 280
Richardson, R. N., 441n
Ridge, John Rollin, in California, by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 295, 299-311
Ridge, Sarah Bird Horthrup, 301n
Ridge, Andrew J., 309
Ridge, Helen C., 309
Ridge Bibliography, 309-311
Ridings, Sam P., The Chisholm Trail, 508
Rister, C. C., 434
River, Red, 175, 182-183
River, Cimarron, 475
River, Chattahooche, Flint, Alabama and Mobile, 478
River, Canadian, 184
River, Salt Fork, 361-362
Roanoke College, Salem, Va., 429
Robb, A. W., 181n
Robertson, Rev. W. S., 5
Robison, Agt. John C., 474-475
Rock, Mrs. Marion Tuttle, 30
Rogers, W. C., 196-197
Ross, John, 33n, 351, 354
Ross, Bertha Doan, 99
Routh, E. C., 456
Royce, Josiah, 308
-S-
Sacramento Bee, 304, 307
Sacramento Daily Union, 307n
Sac & Fox (Indians), negotiations with, 25
Sac & Fox reservation, 27n
Salt Plains, 230, 360, 362
San Andreas, Calaveras County, (California), 296
San Diego, County, History of, 295n, 296n, 297n
San Diego County, 298
San Diego Union, 296-298, 299n
San Francisco Chronicle, 298, 307-308
San Francisco Herald, 305, 307
San Francisco Bulletin, 307
San Francisco Examiner, 307
Savage, The Noble, 331n
Sawyer, Miss Sophia, 300
Sayre, Warren G., 469
Scales, Joseph Absolom, 306
Schell City, 185
Schermerhorn, Rev. John F., 393
Schrimsher, John G., 357
Schools for Indian Children, 151
Scott, Lieut. Hugh L., 150
Scott, Geo. W., 198
Scullen, John, 181
Seawell, Lieut. Washington, 403n
"Seminole Clan Relationship Terms, Interpretation of," by H. R. Antle, 343-348
Seminole Clan, alphabet and words, meaning of, 344-348
Seminole (Indians), 3-8, 28-35
Seminole (Indians), lineage of, 53
Seminole (Indians), Nation, 175
Sequoyah, 171
Sequoyah, Convention, 203, 212
Sequoyah Committee, report of, 369-373
Sequoyah County, 369
Shackleford, Judge James M., 423
Shasta County, Calif., 302
Shasta County Courier, 303
Sherman, Texas, 182, 432
Shumaka, 10-11, 13, 15
Shoshone (Indians), 328-329
Simpkins, Francis B., The Women of the Confederacy, 409
Single Statehood, 198
Sioux (Indians), 41-44
Sioux (Indians) War, 41
Snake Creek Station, 137
Sneed, R. A., 133-135
Snyder, J. H., 389
Southern Methodist Church, 312
"Southern Plains Indian Relations, 1835-1845, A Federal Experiment in," by C. C. Rister, 434-455
Southwest Review, 302n
Spain, Country of, 23-24
Speed, Horace, 468-469
Spencer Academy, description of, 73-75
Starr, History of Cherokee Indians, 170n
State Democrat, 318n, 319-320
State Library, Sacramento, 308
State Capital, 272-282
Statehood, struggle for, 193-204
Stevens, Robert S., 181, 184
St. Louis Republican, 185
Stilwell, Jack, 147
Stokes, Gov. Montfort, 393, 395, 398n, 406n, 441, 446
Stokes, Gov. Montfort, Speech of, 407
Stringtown, (Okla.), 183
Stuart, Capt. John, 349-350
Summers, Lewis Preston, 9
Swanton, J. R., 66n
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Taggart, Chas. P., 397
Talleyrand, French diplomat, 24
Tatum, Agt. Lawrie, 145
Taylor, Marcus E., 151
Taylor, Frederick A., 297
Taylor, T. U., The Chisholm Trail and Other Routes, 508-512
Telephone, The first, 222
Tellico Station, 167
Tennessee, Shawnee (Indians), 9
Tennessee, State of, 9
Tennessee, Baptist Convention, Monroe County, 456
"Territory was young, When the," by T. E. Beck, 360-364
Territorial Convention, 189-217
"Texas Cattle Trail, The," H. S. Tennant, 86-108
Texas Road, Down the, Grant Foreman, 501-502
Thacker, Chas. N., 520-523
Thoburn, A Standard History of Oklahoma, 173n, 180n, 181n
Thoburn, Joseph B., 294, 512
Thomas, Maud O., 243
Thompson, Charles, 354
Tobin, P. H., 183
"Trails, the Two Cattle," 84-122
Trails, Eastern and Western, 109
Treaty negotiations of 1835-1837, failure of, 451-454
Treaty with Wild Indians, 393-418
Treaties of 1866, one of provisions of, 174
Treaties of 1835 with Wild Indians, Articles of, 409-411
Treaties with Iowas, 467-477
Tribes, Removing the Eastern, 435-440
Tribes, Iowa, 467-477
Tribes, Creek, 481
Trinity National, 303, 305
Tuskahoma, Okla., 420
Tuskahoma Academy, 432
Tuskahoma party, 432
Tuskaloosa Institute, 432
"Tuskegee in Florida, Historic and Archaic Study of the," by Edward David and H. R. Antle, 53-66
Tuskegee, Habitations of, 60
Tuskegee, Food supply and preparation, 61
Tuskegee, dress and personal decoration, 63
Tuskegee, artifacts of, 63
Tuskegee, Social culture, 64-66
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"Union Pacific, Southern Branch," by James D. Morrison, 173-188
Union, the, 23, 305
Union, The Daily, 298n
United States, 23-24
United States, representatives of, at Ft. Smith council, 30
Upton, Charles Elmer, 303
U. S. Bureau of American Ethnology, 329n
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Van Buren, (Ark.), 3
Van Buren, Pres. Martin, 434n
Vincent, Bishop, 318, 321-323
Vinita, (Okla.), 183
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Wagoner, (Okla.), 184
Walker, Robt. Sparks, Torchlights to the Cherokees, 163n
Walker, George M., 180
Wardell, M. L., 508
Warriors, Indian, 10
Washburn, Rev. Cephas, 301
Washington, City of, 3-13
Washington, treaties of 1866, 39
Washington, Geo., Caddo head chief, 143-145
Washington County, Va., 9
Watie, Stand and Saladin, 306
Weidman, John M., 317n
Wellman, Paul I., Death in the Desert, 503
Westminster Hall, 321, 323
Wheelock Female Seminary, 73, 432
Whitsitt, W. H., 458
Wichita, Caddo and affiliated tribes, schools for, 139
Wichita (Indians), Kosharaka, Second Chief of, 411-412
Wichita (Indians), Koustowah, First Chief of, 412
Wickmiller, C. P., 241
Wild (Indians), "Journal of Proceedings at Our First Treaty With," Edited by Grant Foreman, 393-418
Wild game, 154, 162
Wilkinson, Elizabeth, 301
Wilkinson, Eliza, 351
Williams, Adair's History of the Indians, 162n, 163n
Williams, W. G., (Caddo Bill), 137, 145
Williams, R. L., 199, 205
Wilson, Thos. E., 406
Winfield, (Kans.), 269
Woodward, Tom, 145
Worcester, Rev. S. A., 5, 8
Worley, Rev. A. J., 315-316, 319-322
"W. P. A. Project, report on," 374-382
Wright, Rev. Allen, 39n, 72-73
Wright, J. George, 153
Wright, Muriel H., 156
Wyandotte & Pottawatomie reservation, 27n
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Yellow Bird, (Chees-quat-a-law-ny), 300
Yuba County, (California), History of, 304n
Yukon Register, 285


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