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Chronicles of Oklahoma
Volume 18
1940
INDEX

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Agreement, Atoka 55, 249
Agreement, Atoka, Supplemental 250
Alabama Department of Archives and History 357
Annual Meeting, Oklahoma Historical Society, program of, 86
Annual Meeting, Oklahoma Historical Society, "Minutes" of 197-205
"Apaches, Fort Sill" 254
Apache (Indians) 328-347
Arapahoe (Indians) 254-265
Arbuckle, General (Matthew) 283, 290, 317
"Arkansas Territory, The Frontier That Men Forgot, Miller County," by Rex W. Strickland 12-34
"Arkansas Territory, The Frontier That Men Forgot, Miller County," "Establishment of 'Old' Miller County," by Rex. W. Strickland 154-170
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Bad Axe River, battle of, 220
Ball, E. J., 251
Birch, Major, 290
Black Dog, Osage Chief, 285-286, 291
Book Reviews: (Marcy and the Gold Seekers, Foreman), 190-191
Book Reviews: (Cherokee Cavaliers, Dale and Litton), 191-192
Book Reviews: (Pueblo Indian Religion, Parsons), 192-194
Book Reviews: (Jesse Chisholm, Taylor), 194-195
Book Reviews: (City Beginnings in Oklahoma Territory, Alley), 195-196
Book Reviews: (Beacon on the Plains, Fitzgerald), 395
Book Reviews: (Springplace, Moravian Missions, and the Ward Family of the Cherokee Nation, Wright), 395-396
Book Reviews: (The Earth Speaks, Princess Atalie), 396
Book Reviews: (Border Captives, The Traffic in Prisoners by Southern Plains Indians, 1835-1875, Rister), 397
Book Reviews: (Captain Lee Hall of Texas, Raymond), 398-400
Book Reviews: (They Carried the Torch, Ferguson), 400-401
Boudinot, E. C., 147
Boudinot, Elias, 235
Brice, William, 156
Brown, Dr. Loren N., 181n
Butler, Gov. Pierce M., 48
Byington, Rev. Cyrus, 53
Byrd (Gov. William Leander), 243, 245, 250
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Carney, Ludie, 247
Chapman, Berlin B., 60, 76n
Cherokee (Indians), 35-53, 144-153, 177, 229-242, 255-280, 357-370
Cherokee Nation, 232
Cheyenne (Indians), 252-265, 293-300
Chickasaw (Indians), 99-101, 142-153, 171-181, 243-251, 348-356, 357-370
Choctaw (Indians), 35-59, 142-153, 171-181, 357-370
Choteau, Col. A. P., 37-44
Choteau, Augustine A., 291
Church, Reformed (Dutch), 252-265, 328-347
Church, Cumberland Presbyterian, 355
"Civil War in the Indian Territory, 1861," by Dean Trickett, 142-153, 266-280, 350-354, 357n
Claremore's farm, 285-291
Clark, Gen. William, 40
Clear Creek, 18, 20
Clermont, Chief, 39
Cobb Creek, 225
"Colbert, Governor Daugherty, Winchester)," by John Bartlett Meserve, 348-356
"Colonel William Whistler," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 313-327
Colony, Okla., 255-265, 328-347
Comanche (Indians), 60-76, 254-265, 284-291
Concho (Okla.), 297
Cooper, Douglas H., 142-153, 267-280
Creek (Indians), 37-38, 43-44, 52, 142-153, 266-279, 357-370
Cherokee Nation in Alabama, 220
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Darlington (Okla.), 297, 300
Dawes Commission, 55
"Dawes Commission for Indian Territory, The Establishment of the," by Loren N. Brown, 171-181
Dearing, William Samuel, 206
DeCamp, Major, 290
Delaware (Indians), 284
"Dennis T. Flynn," by Victor Murdock, 107-113
Dewees, William B., 33-34
"Diary of Assistant Surgeon Leonard McPhail on his Journey to the Southwest in 1835," Edited by Col. Harold W. Jones, U. S. A., 281-292
Donovan, Salina Maytubby, 248
"Dukes, Chief Gilbert Wesley," by John Bartlett Meserve, 53-59
Dukes, Joseph, and William, 53
"Dunn, Judge Jesse James," by Robert L. Williams, 3-11
Dragoons, Regiment of, 281-290
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"Early Days in Kingfisher County," by Robert Hamilton, 185-189
Ediger, Theodore A., 293
"Educational History in and about Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1839-1939," Edited by Louise Whitham, 77-81
Ellsworth, Henry L., 37-40
"Establishment of the Dawes Commission for IndianTerritory," by Loren N. Brown, 171-181
"Establishment of 'Old' Miller County, Arkansas Territory," by Rex W. Strickland, 154-170
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Ferguson, Walter 93-99
"Five Civilized Tribes," 35-59
"Five Civilized Tribes, Official Seals of the," by Muriel H. Wright, 357-370
"Flynn, Dennis T.," by Victor Murdock, 107-113
"Foreman, Cherokee Missionary, Reverend Stephen," by Minta Ross Foreman, 229-242
Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, 182, 219, 313
Foreman, Grant, 371
Foreman, Minta Ross, 229
Fort, Dearborn, 313
Fort Gibson, 219, 281-282, 313 ff
Fort Howard, 314
Fort Reno, 294
Fort Sill, 328-347
Fort Towson, 219
Forts, Military, 1815-1864, 219-228, 281, 313-327
Foster, William Omer, 35, 52n
Free homes, 110
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Gleason, Elsie Cady 117
"Governor Daugherty (Winchester) Colbert," by John Bartlett Meserve, 348-356
"Governor Jonas Wolf and Governor Palmer Simeon Mosely," by John Bartlett Meserve, 243-251
"Grant's Quaker Policy, General," 252
Green, Dean, 8
Greenwood, Caleb, 19
Greenwood, Amanda, and Harris, 251
"Gustavus Loomis," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 219-228
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"Hailey, Dr. Daniel Morris," by R. L. Williams, 215-218
Hailey, Dr. Daniel Morris, children of, 216
Hailey-Ola Coal Co., 217
Hamilton, Rev. Mr. Robert, 189n
Hardesty, (Okla.) Herald, 117-141
Harjo, Echo, 150
Harlequin Platoon, 13
Harper, Richard H., 252, 328, 336
Harris, Grant, 210-211
Harris, Robert M., 249
Harris, Lieut. Arnold, 290
"Harsha, Mrs. Laura E.," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 182-184
Haskell, Lillian Gallup, 404
Henson, Philip, 19
"Historical Notes," 82-85
Holloway, Lizzie, 251
Holmes, Camp, 43-45, 285-286
Hume, Charles Robinson, M. D., 405
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Indians, Apache, 328-347
Indians, Arapahoe, 60-76, 256-265
Indians, "blanket," 252
Indians, Caddos, 13, 27
Indians, Cherokee, 17, 36, 38, 43-52, 77, 144-153, 229-242, 266-280, 319-320, 357-370
Indians, Cheyenne, 60-76, 256-265, 293-302
Indians, Cheyenne and Arapahoe, 256-265
Indians, Chickasaw, 53, 99, 142-153, 171-181, 243-251, 266-280, 348-356, 357-370
Indians, Choctaw, 12, 28, 36-52, 53-59, 142-153, 171-181, 253, 318, 357-370
Indians, Comanche, 60-76, 284-291, 328 ff
Indians, Creek, 37-38, 43-52, 142-153, 266-280, 283, 357-370, 371
Indians, Delaware, 284
Indians, Kiowa, 60-76, 285
Indians, Osage, 13-14, 38-39, 44-52, 285, 318-319
Indians, Seminole, 220, 357-370
Indians, Winnebago, 314-315
Indians, Treaty with the, 288, 292, 318
Indian Commission, Federal, 37
Indian Commission, new, 42
Indian Lands, occupancy of, 60-79
Indian Mission schools, 79-80, 252-265, 328-347
Indian Nations, Seals of, 357-370
"Indian Territory, The Civil War in the," by Dean Trickett, 142-153, 266-280
"Indian Territory, The Establishment of the Dawes Commission for," by Loren N. Brown, 171-181
Indian regiments, 142-153, 266-280
Indian Removal Bill, 36
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Johnston, Douglas H. 99-101
"Johnson, William Benjamin," by Clarence B. Douglas 114-116
Jones, Henry 15n
Jones, Rev. Evan 231
Jones, Col. Harold W. 281
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Kemp, Judge Joseph 246
Kennard, Motey, 150
Kiamichi sector, first settlers in the, 19
"Kias, Chief," Edited by Theodore A. Ediger, 293-302
"Kingfisher County, Early days in," by Robert Hamilton, 185-189
Kornegay, Judge Wade Hampton, 92-93
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Lands, Indian, 171-181
Lawrence, Adam, 18
Lilienthal, Miss Addie, 253
"Loomis, Gustavus," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 219-228
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Mason, Major (Richard B.), 284-290
Massacre, Hay Meadow, 5
Matheson, Mrs. Anna C. Trainor, 101-102
Maytubbe, Lizzie, 247
Meserve, John Bartlett, 53, 243, 348
"Miller County, Arkansas Territory, the Frontier that Men Forgot," by Rex W. Strickland, 12-34
"Miller County, Establishment of 'Old'", 154-170
"Missionary Work of the Reformed (Dutch) Church in America in Oklahoma," by Richard H. Harper, 252-265, 328-347
"Montfort Stokes in Oklahoma, The Career of," by William Omer Foster, 35-52
"Mosely, Gov. Palmer Simeon," by John Bartlett Meserve, 248-251
Mountain View (Okla.), 60
Mountain View, early day residents of, 70-72
Murdock, Victor, 107
-Mc-
McAlester, Col. J. J., 58, 216
McAlester, William Claudius, 402-403
McCarty, R. S., and Miss Helen, 216
McCurtain, Chief Green, 53, 56-57
McCurtain, Col. Jackson F., 59
McIlwain, William, 211-212
McIntosh, Col. D. N., 266-280
McIntosh, Col. James, 276-277
McIntosh, Chilly, 283, 290
McIntosh, William, 290
McNeill, Anna Mathilda, 325
McPhail, Leonard, Diary of, 281-292
McPherson, Col. Granville, 216
-N-
"Neutral Strip, Settlers on the," by Berlin B. Chapman, 60-76
Newton, Rev. Samuel, 234
No-Man's-Land, Newspapers in, 117-141
North Carolina, State of, 35
Notes and Documents, 281-302, 371-394
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Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of Director's meeting of Jan. 25, 1940, 87-91
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of Annual meeting of, 197-205
Oklahoma Historical Society, Program of annual meeting of the, 86
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of quarterly meeting of Directors, July 25, 1940, 303-308
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of quarterly meeting of Directors, October 24, 1940, 408-411
Oklahoma Historical Society, Minutes of a called meeting of the Board of Directors, Nov. 15, 1940, 411-412
Oklahoma, Territory of, 60
Oklahoma, Pioneers of, 371-394
" 'Old' Miller County, Arakansas Territory, Establishment of," by Rex W. Strickland, 154-170
Omega, Okla., 186
Opothleyoholo, 147-151, 266-280
Overton, Gov. Benjamin F., 244
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Page, Mrs. Alfred R., 255
Park Hill Mission, 234
Pecan Point, 16, 29, 154
Pennywait, Capt., 288, 290
Perkins, Capt. David, 290
Perry, Adolphus Edward, 208
Peyote, 341n
Pike, Albert, 266-280
"Pioneer Recollections," Edited by Grant Foreman, 371-394
Pitman, Leander G., 209-210
Platoon, Harlequin, 13
Pusley, William, 217
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"Quinn, Richard Briggs," by Elsie Cady Gleason 117-141
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Rabb, William, 157-158
Ragsdale, Thomas, 19
"Reformed (Dutch) Church in America in Oklahoma, Missionary work of the," by Richard H. Harper, 252-265, 328-347
Reid, Guy C., 358
"Reverend Stephen Foreman, Cherokee Missionary," by Minta Ross Foreman, 229-242
Riley, Miss Sarah Watkins, 232
River, Red, 12-34, 154-157, 282
River, Canadian, 282, 299
River, North Canadian, 299
River, Neosho, 282
River, Washita, 60, 299
Roe, Rev. Walter C., 255, 330-336
Ross, Chief John, 234
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Sanders, Abram, 156
Savanna (Okla.), discovery of coal at, 217
Schermerhorn, Rev. John J., 37
Schools, Indian mission, 53, 79, 230-242, 252-265, 328-347
"Seals of the Five Civilized Tribes, Official," by Muriel H. Wright, 357-370
Seaton, Lieut. (Augustine), 283-290
Seger, John H., 255, 299
Sequoyah, inventor of Cherokee alphabet, 77-78
"Settlers on the Neutral Strip," by Berlin B. Chapman, 60-76
Severance, Arthur Leason, 309-310
Sparks, Charles E., 189n
Stand Watie, 145
Stevenson, William, 18
Stiles (Styles), William, 31
Stokes, Gov. Montfort, 288, 291
"Stokes, Career in Oklahoma of Montfort," by William Omer Foster, 35-52
Strickland, Dr. Rex W., 34n
Swinney, Samuel Emmet, 406-407
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Ta-ba-que-na, Chief of Cumanches (Comanches), 285, 291
Territory, Arkansas, 154-155
Territory, Oklahoma, 60
Thompson, Capt., 288, 290
Trammels' Trace, 17-18
Trenor, Capt. Eustace, 284, 290
Trickett, Dean, 142, 266
"Tulsa, Oklahoma, Educational History in and about (1839-1939)," by Louise Whitham, 77-81
Tustenuggee, Halleck, 269
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United States Army 313
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Van, David 275, 277
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Wade, Gov. Alfred, 53
Wapanucka Academy (Rock Academy), 248
"War, Civil, in the Indian Territory," by Dean Trickett, 142-153, 266-280
Washita River, 60
Watie, Col. Stand, 279
Watonga (Okla.), 187n
Wetmore, George and Alex, 14, 16, 27
Wheeler, John F., 235
"Whistler, Colonel William," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 313-327
Whistler, George Washington, 325
White Horse (Indian captive), 294
Whitham, Louise, 71, 81n
Wilcox, Alva Nathan, 206-207
Willard, Frances E., 184
Williams, Robert L., 3, 215, 358
Wisconsin Heights, battle of, 220
"Wolf, Governor Jonas," by John Bartlett Meserve, 243-248
Women's Christian Temperance Union, 182-184
Wood, Samuel Newitt, 4n
Worcester, Rev. Samuel A., 234-235
Wright, Claiborne, 16, 156
Wright, George, 21
Wright, Rev. Allen, 253
Wright, Frank Hall, 253-265
Wright, Muriel H., 357


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