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Anadarko (Okla.), 242, 408; St. Patrick Mission at, 415n. Abernathy, "Carrie Howell," by Florence Anderson, Ahdy, 44; John, Delaware In. Drake, 371, 372; George C., Jr., 372; dian, 186; Sam, Delaware Indian, 185. Judge George Carl, 371, 372; Jack H., Andrews, H A., Quapaw Indian Agent, . 372; Kenneth, 372; Dr. Ruth, 372. 197. Abert, Lieut. CoL J. J, 351. Anstine, N. J., 105. Abraham, Seminole interpreter, 273, 278. Apache Indians, 55, 356; Jacarilla, 457. Absentee Shawnee Indians, 9. Apalachee Indians, 154. Acord, E l h , 316n. "Arapaho Artist, Carl Sweezy," by Althca Acnff, H. C., %. Bass, 429-431. A d a (Okla.), 4 4 8. Arapaho Indians, 9, 64; customs of, 429; Adair, George W., 174; Hugh Montgomery, in Colorado, 4.1011; Mennonite mission292; James, trader, 390; John L., 292; aries among, 404n. W. S, 22; Walter S., 229. Arbuckle, Matthew, 20, 168-171, 173, 175Adams, Arthur W, 317, 319; Celia Cook, 176, 178-180. 373; James Homer, 316, 319; John, 373; Archeology, i n Oklahoma, 44-52. Jonathan, 373; Lawrence G., 94; Mary, Arkadelphia (Ark.), 371. 373; Mary Robeson, 373; Oscar Clay, Arizona, mining in, 451. 316. Arkansas, state of, 286; Cherokee Indians Addington (Bill) Ranch, 239. in, 136; Delaware Indians in, 183; docAdkins, Elizabeth Smith, 428; Thomas, tor in, 302; schools in, 371. 428. Arkansas Industrial University, 371. Ad-la-to, Kiowa Indian, 329. Arkansas Post, 355. Admire, Jacob V., 108. Arkansas River, navigation of, 166. Adobe Walls, Battle of, 327. Arkansas University, 294, 371. Afton (Minn.), 513. Arleika, Seminole Indian, 274. Abtokowa, Chickasaw Indian, 474n. Armstrong, Mrs. James R., gift of, 127; Ainslie, George, 422. Silas, Wyandot Indian, 491; William, Alabama, boundary survey of, 48311; Cher26, 169, 173, 182. okee Indians in, 15%; Chickasaw In- Arnold, Winnie, 316n. dians in, 390, 391, 465, 479, 481; Creek Arpiucki, Seminole Indian, 275. Indians in, 3, 4. Arrastra, "in the Wichita Mountains, A Alberson, Isaac, 391, 469, 474n, 475, 483. Spanish," by W. Eugene Hollon, 443Alberty, Aunt Eliza, 426. 455; Spanish, in MqClain Co., Okla., Alex (Chickasaw Nation), 4 0 0. 484. Alexander, Capt. ................, 422; John, of Arrington, Mrs. Thomas J., 508. Philadelphia, Pa., 18. Asa-Toyeh, Penateka Comanche Indian, Alikqhi (Choctaw Nation), 31, 70. AUeghany Indians, 154. Asbury Manual Labor School, 4 . 3 Alleman, L H., 31th; Royal E., 316n. . Askew, Elizabeth, 310. Allen, John L, Chickasaw sub-chief, 468; Aspey, Amos, 9 . 6 Senator Walter, 240. Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, Alligator, Seminole Indian, 265, 274, 276117, 118, 220. 283. Athens (Ga.), 345. Alvord, Capt. Henry E, 67. Atoka (Okla-), 305. American Board of Commissioners for Augurhole, Wat, Cherokee Indian, 24. Foreign Missions, 145n, 39311, 486. Austin (Ark.). 371. Americvn HtriMgs, American Indian life Austin, Edward, 83. portrayed in, 356. -BAmerican Legion Auxiliary, 123. Bailey, Judge Frank. 40211; Hope Hmitt, Amerau-yer, Cherokae Indian, 13. 4U2n. A w , Henrp, 73. Baillou, De, 3 0 3. Amherst College, 472n, 491. Bain, H. Foster, 454.

Baker, Prof. ......, 317. ...... Balentine, Anna Hoyt, 418, 423, 424; Annie M., 424; Fannie Keys, 424; Fannie M., 424; Rev. Hamilton, 288; 417424, 489; Jonathon, 424; Lizzie Foreman, 424; Mary D. Johnson, 424; Mary E. Keys, 424; William H., 41th. 423428. "Balentines. Father and Son, in the Indian Tenitory, The," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 417-428. Ballenger, T. L., "The Cultural Relations between Two Pioneer Communities," by,

Bender, Alexander C., 102. Benedictine Fathers, at Sacred Heart Monastery, 397. Bennettsville (S. C ), 373. . Benton, Joseph, "Some Perznal Remem. brances about Lynn Riggs, by, 296-391. Berryhill, Pleasant, 40; Richard, 36, 37. Bertholf, Thomas, 288, 427. Berthrong, Donald, gift of, 379. Bethlehem (Pa.), 146x1. Bethlehem Female Seminary, 291. Bickford, H. L., 108. Big Bow, Kiowa Indian, 330. Big Cypress Swamp, 276, 278. 286-295. Balyeat, Dr. Frank A*, "Chickasaw Educa- Big House, Delaware, 183-192. tion Before the Civil War," by , 486490. Big John, Choctaw Indian, 31. Big Mouth, Arapaho Indian, 64. Bank, at Fort Cobb, Okla., 75. Baptist College at Mountain Home, Ark., Big Mouth Cavern, 45. Billochee, Creek Indian, 34, 36. 372. Baptist missionary, 478; to Cherokee In- Bilyeau, Lillie, 316n; Wilbert, 316. dians, 158, 159n; to Seminole Indians, Binner, Whitter, 299. 270, 285n. Bishop, James M., 100. Barash, A. J., gift of, 127. Black, C. A., 106; Edward, Peoria Indian. Bar-X-Bar Ranch on Pawnee Reservation, 13; Hazel K., gift of, 514. 432. Black Beaver, Delaware Indian, 59; grave Barker, May, 316n; Prof. Robert J., 317, of, 242. 323; W. D., 108. Black Coat, Cherokee Indian, 288, 418. Barnes, Burton S., 507; Donald E., 507; Black Dirt, Seminole Indian, 26411, 265. "Louis Seymour," by George H. Shirk, 24 7 ay 507; M r Louise Gilbert, 507 ; Mayme Black Hills, gold in, 452. Elizabeth Davis, 507; Reginald D., 507; Black Kettle, Cheyenne Indian, 64, 68, 401. Wendell Burton, 507. Blackburn (Okla.) , 462, 463. Barnett, Charles, 419; Jacob, 36; Timothy Blackstone, R. E., Cherokee Indian, 13. 35; Wesley, 41. Blackwell (Okla.) , 302. Barnwell, Sage, Creek Indian, 36. Blaine, Samuel A., 55. Barr, Robert. 243. Rlaine County Historical Associaiton, 109. "Base Line Store," 238. Blevins (Ark. ) , 303. Bass, Althea, "Carl Sweezy, Arapaho Ar- Bloomfield Academy, 390, 391, 487-489. tist," by, 429-431; Henry B., 122, 230, Blunt, Ainsworth Emery, 145. 511; John H., 230. Board of Foreign Missions, 418, 419. Battle of Kissimee (Fla.), 281. Boecher, Roy, 243. Battle of Achia (Miss.), 390. Boeke, A. W., 89. Battle of Adobe Walls, 327. Boggy Depot (Chickasaw Nation), 420 : Battle of Cabin Creek, 79, 107. "Chickasaw Church' at, 486; Old, 41211. Battle of Horseshoe, 143, 152. Bonneville, B. L. E., 20. Battle of Missionary Ridge, 122. Book Review: (Bufjalo Bill: King of the Battle of New Orleans, 47211. Old West, Leonard and Goodman), 119Battle of the Washita, 65, 401n. 120; (And Satan Came Also, McRill) . Battle of Wichita Village, 240. 120-121; (The Autobiography of Sam Houston, Day and Ullom), 2%; (AmerBays, Mattie, 316n. Bedford, Alexander Marshall, 127; Dr. ican Heritage, The Magazine of HisRobert, 289. tory), 2%-248; (Boundaries, Area, GeBeef Creek (Chickasaw Nation) , 39811. graphic Centers and Altitudes of t h e Bell, Caroline Lynch, 293; Hooley, 292: United States and the Several States) . Capt. James Franklin, 401n; Jane Mar248; (The West of Phillip St. George tin, 14811; John, 174, 177; John Adair, Cooke, Young), 503; (United Stcrtes Do148; Maj. L. L., 220; Rev. Robert, 486; mestic Postuge Rates), 504; ( William Rev. Robert S., 487; Sarah Caroline, Penn, A Biography, Peare), 505. 353; Sgt. Sherman, 434436. Boomers, Oklahoma, 218, 350. Bemo, John, 270. Boone, Capt. Nathan, 282, 283. Bendelari, A. E., 202. Boonesboro (Ark.), 291.

Booth, Esther, 424. Border, Dr. Fowler, photograph of, 379; Capt; George F gift of, 379. , Borein, Capt. Edward, 4-40. Bosen, Joseph, Creek Indian, 36. Coudinot, Elias, 137, 138, 148n, 155n, 160, 167, 168, 229, 353; home in Georgia of, 230; murder of, 168, 169, 176, 178, 182. Boudinot, Elias C., 35. Bowen, Mrs. Will, 372. Bowlegs, Billy, Seminole Indian, 266. Bowlin, Joseph, 22. Bowman, George, 243; George L., 122, 5 0 . Boynton, Paul, Cheyenne Indian, 430. Bradley (Okla.) , 111. Bradley, J. D., 100n. Brady, Hugh B., 73. Brainerd, David, 145n. Brainerd Mission, 145, 154n, 158n, 41811, 420, 423, 424, 427. Brandley, Charles, 87n, 10711. Branson, Fred P., "Welcome Cecil Moore," by, 372-374. Breadtown (Cherokee Nation), 158. Brewer, John W., 89, 101. Brill, James, 44. Bristol (Va.), 352. Broadwell, Rolla, 316n. Brooks, Maj. William T. H., 283. Brown, A. J., 270; David, 155n; Isaac. W., 105; James, Chickasaw Indian, 469, 47411, 475; John, 172, 173; John F , . Seminole Indian, 266, 268, 340, 341; John M., 22; John W., 19; Capt. John W., 22; Kelly, 125, 252, 512; Lucy, 270; Myrtle Hazel, gift of, 514; Myrtle Lucile, gift of, 378; Robert, 19; Sampson, 40; Samuel W., 35; Thomas, 36. Bruner, Cumsey, 314; Lizzie, 270; Looney, 33. Ruchanan, Amanda, 289; Ellen Crawford, 289; John, 289; Pleasant, 293. Buck gang, 41, 43. Buell, Mrs. J. Garfield, 125. Buena Vista (Miss.), 46911. Buffalo, 242; scarcity of, 459, 461. Buffalo Bill, 119, 436, 438. Buffalo Cliff Village, 354. Buffalo Hump, Penateka Comanche Indian, 59. Buffalo Wallow, 112. Buffington, Jane, 291. Euford, Elizabeth Askew, 370; John Christopher, 370; John, 371; John H., 90; Lynn, 371; M. Z., 371; Marcella Fossick, 370, 371; Margaret, 371; Margaret Ann, 371; "Robert Britton," by E. C. Hopper, 370-371; Robert B., Jr., 371; Capt. W. R., 370. Bull, Floyd R., 116; gift of, 378. Bull Moose Party, 439.

Bullentene, T. B., 83x1. Buntline, Ned, 119. Burger, Allie, 77. Burgess, Kenneth F.. gilt of, 512. Burke, Edmund, 182. Burket, D. L., 76. Burkhart (Wis.), 513. Burkhart, William A., gift of, 127. . Burnett, E. K , gift of, 1.27. Burney, Peggy Allen, 470n; Simon, 470n. Burney Academy, 486, 487. Bushyhead, Dennis W., 292; Faith Reynolds, 292; Dr. Jesse, 292; Rev. Jesse, lMn, 158, 427. Butler, Elizur, 154; Pierce M., 163, 165, 171. Butler County (Kan.) , 116. Butrick, Rev. Daniel Sabin, 19, 145, 155, 157, 158. Butterfield, John, 504. Butterfield Mail Route, 504.

Cabin Creek, Battle of, 79. Caddo County (Okla.), 74. Caddo Indians, 9, 26, 54, 59, 60, 62; liquor among, 485. Caddoan Tribe, 354, 355. Caesar, Seminole Indian, 273. Caldwell (Kan.), 81, 9011, 244. Calhoun (Ga.) , 229. Calhoun, Prof. Ernest, 225; Maud Blanche, 225. California, mining in, 451. "California Joe," 66. Callahan, J. Y., 116. Camp Arbuckle, 304n, 398n. Camp Cooper (Tex.), 57. Camp Doris, 515. Camp Harris, 389. Camp Moultrie, 274. Camp Pike (La.), 281. Camp Supply, 68, 410. Camp Wichita, 70, 111, 4Qln. Camp Wood, 144. Campbell, Alexander, 3 l 6 n ; Joe, 412; Mary Elizabeth, 412n; Maj. Michael, 41211. Canadian County (Okla.) , Republican Convention in, 97. Canadian River, North, 305; South, 304. Canard, Moty, 33. Candy's Creek (Tenn.), 14n. Cane Hill (Ark.), 286-295. Cane Hill College, 15, 286, 288-290. Canton (Okla.), 40411. Cantonment, establishment of, W n , 407. Carahan, Rev. John, 289. Cardin (Okla.), 200, 20111.

G r e y Lumber C . Oklahoma City, Oltla., o, 513. "Cul S w q , Arapaho Artist," by Althea Bass, -431. CulisIe (Penn.1 , 456. O r l i s l e I n d i i Institute, 430. Canad Mission, 14811. Grnes, Harris, 13. G r r , Rev. J. H., 488. Carrier, Skeet, 297. Carson, Kit, 61, 457. Camwell C. S., 86. Carter, David, 288; Thomas H., 93. C u t e r County (OWa.) , 239. r. Carver, M s Willard, 336. Cahion, Roy, 243, 244. Caas, Lewis, Secretary of War, 479. C.eM1, Rev. Hilary, "Missionary Tour in the Chickasaw Nation and Western Indian Territory," by, 397-416. Castillo, Diego del, 445. Cathey, Cornelius Oliver, gift of, 513. Cattle, driven through Creek Nation, 37. Caudell, Andy, 321. Cayuga Indians, qlans of, 232; dress of, 24 3. "Cayuga-Seneca Green Corn Ceremonial Feast," by Velma Neiberding, 231-234. Century (Okla. , 200. Chalmers, James D. S., 86. Chamberlain, Mrs. B. P., gift of, 378. Chamberlin, Rev. Amory Nelson, 423; Mrs. Lola, gift of, 123. Chapman, Dr. B. B., 122, 227, 228, 350, 510; gift of, 127; T h e Founding of El Reno," by, 79-108. Charity Hall School (Miss.), 486. Cbuley, Sam, Absentee Shawnee Indian, 13. Charloe, M s Ruby, 233. r. Chattanooga (Tern.), Cherdle, Michael, trader, 390. Checote, Samuel, 2, 33, 34, 43. . Cherokee, Jimpsey, 4 . 0 Cherokee Advocate, 10, 18. Cherokee Almanac, 155n. Chefdrce Female Seminary, 124 138, 154n, 155n, 286, 289, 290, 293, 418, 4 3 , 424, 426. "Cherokee Historic Sites in Georgia, Restoration of," 229-231. Cherokee Indians, 10, 26, 135; agricultural activities of, 160, 163, 165; annuity payment to, 166, 177; Baptist missionaries to, 150n; cession of land of, 136, 137; cotton raised by, 161; deer clan of, 352; dye made by, 164; Eastern lands of, 119; in Alabama, 15911; in Arkansas, 136, l43n; in Chickasaw Nation, 413n; in Confederate Army, 139, 353; in Georgia, 159, 162, 498; in Indian Home Guards,

139, 293, W; land of Western, 476n, % 159; 478n; m i s s i o d e s among, 1 Negroes among, 160; "Old Settlers", 137, 162, 167, 168, 173, 175178, 182, 288; Osage Indians purchased land from, 460; political feud of, 353; removal to the west of the, 137, 152n. 151 156, 158, 161, 163, 164, 166, 167, 51, 181, 287, 288; Ross Party of, 167, 168, 172, 175, 177, 180-182, 423, 4%. 491; slaves of, 159; traders among, 161, 163, 165; treaties with, 136; Treaty of 1828 with, 137; Treaty of New Echota with, 137, 138, 168, 178, 182; Treaty of Hopewell with, 136; Treaty Party of, 19, 163, 167, 171, 172, 174177, 179, 182; Western 136, 137, 138, 162, 163. Cherokee Insane AsyIum, 425. Cherokee Male Seminary, 12x1, 138, l h , 286, 2 9 290, 293, 8, Cherokee Mounted Rlfle Regiment, 353. Cherokee Nation, Act of Union of, 173, 176, 177, 179; Agricultural Society of, 165; alum in, 164; b l a c w i t h shops in, 164; boundary line of, 476, 478; capital . of, 136; citizens by adoption of, 423; constitution of, 1% 138, 115, 178, 179; drouth of 1845 in, 164; floods of 1844 in, 165; government of, 136; Keetoowah Society in, 139; Light Horse in, 17; liquor in, 158, manufacturing in, 165; marble quarries in Eastern, 161; Masonic iadge in, 139; missionaries in, 148; sacred fire of, 134; saline in, 162, 163, 165; schools in, 136, 138, 155n, 424; "Seal of the," 134.140; slavery in, 176; spinning wheels in, 165; Spring Place Mission in, 135; "Town House" of, 134; unrest in, 170, 176, 181; War Between the States in, 154n; whites in, 175. * Cherokee Orphan Asylum, l . Cherokee Outlet, 137; opening of, 452; survey of, 47an. Cherokee Phoenix, 136, l S n , 229. Cherokee "Pins", 139. Cherokee Regiment, Second, 293. Cherokee Reservation (N. C.), 231. Cherokee Strip, 311; Stone quarry in, 218. Cherokee Town (ChickasawNation).- 3%. . 413, 415. "Cherokees. An Early Account of the," by . . Carolyn 'rhomas orem man, 141-158. "Cherokees, 1830.1846, History of the," by Oliver Knight, 159-182. Cheyenne Indians, 9, 60, 64; Mennonite missionaries among, M4a; customs of, 429; outbreak of Northern, #In; trouble

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59; uHLtoriul Society Tour 1956 over the O d " by Elmer l, Cheyenne % Amprho Manual Labor F r J c r , 240.245; marker on, 109, 110; SchooI, 207n. tour of, 112, 124, 252. , Cheyenne 8 Arapaho Reservation, % 97. Choctaw Academy (Ky.), 18, 25, 270, 487. Chicago, K.nsrs & Nebraska Railway, 81. Choctaw Agency (Miss.), 479. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad, Choctaw Coll % Railway Company, l . a 87, 88, 92, 105, 107, 111, 220; from Mc- Choctaw Dictionary, 255. Nester to Holdenville, 342 Choctaw Indians, 9, 24; census of 1939 of Chick, F. N., 83. restricted, 255; exploring party of, 47th; Chickasaw Academy for boys, 412. language of, 390; missionary to, 29; Chickasaw Council, member of, 394. Presbyterian misrionary to, 417-419; reChickasaw District (Choctaw Nation), moval to the West of the, 465, 4 8 497; 6, 391 ; schools in, 486. separation of Chickasaw Indians fmm, "Chickasaw Education before the Civil 391. War, Review of," by Frank A. Balyeat, Choctaw Nation, Chickasaw Indians in, 486-490. 391, 483; coal in, 305; execution (last) Chickasaw Indians, 9; during American in, 32; Light Horse in, 17, 25; whiskey Revolution, 390; English traders with, in, 25, 27, 28. 390; exploring party of, 476n; in Choc- Chocmw, Oklahoma & Gulf Railroad, 220. taw Nation, 483; King of, 388; language Cho-w Script*', 221. ; of, 390; liquor among, M removal Choctuw T e l e d ~ h28. , to the West of the, 388, 465, 468, 470n, Chouteau, Addie McFarland, 508; Anna 479, 480, 482n; separaton of Choctaw InDavis, 508; Frederiqk, 508; Maj. Jean dians from, 391; treaties with, 391, 465Piem, 508; "john," by J. M. Richard483; war chief of, 388. son, 508; Mary Silverheel, 508; Nannie "Chickaeaw Light-Horsemen, Notes on Rowland, 508; William Meyers, 508. the," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 484 Chouteau Brothers, tradete, 458. 485. Chouteau Collection at Miesouri Historical Chickasaw Manual Labor School, 390, 4 8 8, Society, 5 8 0. 489. Chouteau Station (Kan.), 508. Chickasaw Nation, 340; "and W,estern In- Chupco, George, Creek Indian, 36; John, dian Territory, Tour in the, by Rev. Seminole chief, 266, 268. mlary C a d , 397-1116; capital of, 389; Churchill, Ethel, 77; Monte, 74 77. Cherokee Indians in, 413.11; Civil War Civil War, Board of Foreign Mimiom durduring, 487, 489; depredations of Kiowa ing, 418; Cherokee Nation during, 139, and Comanche Indiana in, 62; Constitu154n; Chickasaw Nation during, 481, tion and laws of, 389; cotton plantations 489; Seminole Indians in, 266. in, 391; intruders in, 468n, 470; Meth- Claiborne, Governor William C. C., 26n. odist schools in, 390, 393, 488, 489; Clapp, Bess G., gift of, 380. plantations in, 470n; Presbyterian church &remore (Okla.) , 296. in, 39311; Presbyterian school in, 390, Clark, Ben, 66, 108; Edward Francis, 315488, 489; schools of, 389, 391, 487, 489; 317; Rachael, 3 3 2. "The Great Seal of the," by Mnriel H. Clarke, Sidney, 221. Wright, 388391; Tumy Community in, Clarksville ( A r t ) , 294. 238-239; wild game in, 3 4 0. Classen, Anton H., 22611. Chickasaw Orphans Home, 486. Cleveland (Okla. 1, 462. "Chickasaw Treaties of Franklin and Pon. Qift, J. G., 1 1 241. 1, totoc 1830 Q 1032, Notes on Events Lead- Clinch, Gen. Duncan L 275. , ing to the," by Muriel H. Wright, 465- Cloud, Seminole Indian, 280. 483. Clote, William A, 86, %n, 98, 100. y h j c ~ a - w Wing of the United States Cok Coochee. Seminole Indian, 265, a66, -- Air Force," 394. 2824 7,8 Coachnun, Ward, Creek chief, 13,lS. 1, Chickasha (Okla.), 1 1 240, 40th. C d in Choctaw Nation, 3 5 0. child, Mise ............, 420. c&, Williun, 31th. Childers, Duriel, 3 , 36, 37. 4 Cobb (Oklc T w o ) , 73. Qlilocco Indian Schoo1, 3 3 2 , W 355, Cobb, Andrew J, W ; Howell, 56; "Hon. Howell, Biognphicrl Not- on the Life Chin-chi-kee (India), 485.

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of," by J. R. Lamar, 34434?l; Col. John A, 345, 348; Maj. Lamar, 348; Mary A n n Lamar, 345; Sarah Root-, 345; Thomas R R., 348; Thomas W., 345. Cochise, Apache chief, 356. Coc.hran, Spirit, Cherokee Indian, 24. C o d y (Wyo.), 120. C o d y , Julia, 119; William F., 119, 40811,

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Coe-Hajo, Seminole Indian, 280. Coffee, M s Charlotte Love Tyson, 3 B , r. 393; Gen. John, 469, 474, 477, 481-483. Coffee's Bend (Okla.), 392. Coffman, Harry. J., 316. Colbert, Chowle, Creek Indian, 36n; Dougherty, 389, 485, 986; George, 469, 474q 475, 483; Holmes, 391; James, Chickasaw Indian, 238, 469, 475; James, trader, 390; Lili, 238; Pitman, 391, 483; Winchester, 238, 389, 485, 486. Colbert Institute, 390, 4 8 8. Cole, Coleman, 13; Redmond S., 122, 125, 127, 252. Colgrove, M. D., 104. Collins, Ellsworth, 240; book review by, 119-120. Collins, Rev. H. B., photograph of, 512; Shawnee, Creek Indian, 36. Colorado, mining in, 451. Colston, Daniel, 169. Colton, G. A., 102. Comanche Indians, 53, 55, 64, 356. Comanche-Kiowa Indian Agent, 60, 61, 62. Commerce (Okla.) , 200-202. Confederacy, Awards and Decorations of the, 234. Confederate Army, 348, 371; at Fort Cobb, 59; Cherokee Indians in, 353; in Chickasaw Nation, 412n; in Indian Territory, 393; Seminole Indians in, 266, 285. Confederate Battle Flag, 255. Confederate Memorial Hall, 472x1; gifts to, 255. "Confederate Roll of Honor, The," by Thomas Parks, 234-238. Connahayny, Indian food, 152. Comer, John D., 374. Connesauga River, in Georgia, 229. Conover, George W., 408n. Comer, Peter, 31. Constitution, Oklahoma, 228; Okmulgee, 7n. Coodey, William Shorey, 21, 154, 175. Cook, Mrs. C. E., 122, 336, 408n, 510; Celia, 373. Cooke, Philip St. George, 503. Cooper, Douglas H., 28, 54, 393, 422; Gen. Sam, 236; T W, 73. . Coosada V i g e , 142. Cooeawaitie River, 147. Copan (Okla.), Delaware Big & w e n w ,

183. Cope, Mrs. Bennie Leal, 374. Copeland, Rev. C. C., 486. Corbin, Jack, 66. Cornwall Mission School, 353. Coshatee Indians, 26. Cotter, Leonard, Wyandot Indian, 491. Cotton, Bruce, 247. Cotton plantations, in Chickasaw Nation, 391. Couch, Capt. W.,I 310; William W., 350. . Council Grove, near Oklahoma City, 412n. Courtney, Rebecca, 41211. Covel, John Henry, 288, 292. Covey, Ervin, 117x1. 1. Cow Creek, 1 1 "Cowboy Band, Billy McGinty," 439. Cozens, Jackson, 428. Craig, J. L, 74. Crawford, Col. Samuel J., 66; T. Hartley, 178. Creek, John, Creek Indian, 42. Creek Agency, 5. Creek Indians, 9; in Georgia, 466; in War Between the States, 4,9, 15, 34; land of, 142; Lower, 466; Presbyterian missiona q to, 417; religious rites of, 262; removal to the West of the, 3, 4, 148. Creek Nation, 3, 80; agriculture in, 81; boundary of, 5, 476, 478; capitol building of, 38, 40; cattle driven through, 37, 42; districts of, 5; estray stock in, 39; fences in, 38; Green Peach War in, 37; Light Horse in, 32; pastures in, 40; pecan trees in, 42; seal of, 2 6 ; Seminole Indians in, 266; tribal division of, 262; tribal towns of, 5; whiskey in, 33, 484, 485; wild game in, 38. Creek Path Mission, 154n. Creek Treaty of 1833, 4 Creek War of 1813-14, 352, 483n. Creeping Bear, Joe, 209, 210, 212. Crittenden, T. T, 104; Thomas T., 83. Croffut, Mrs. W. A 282n. Cronk, Mrs. James H, 31. Cross Timbers, 303. "Crossed Sabres Ranch, The," 436. Cully, Marcy, Seminole Indian, 268. "Cultural Relations Between Two Pioneer Communities, The," by T. L Ballenger, . 286-295. Cumberland Presbyterian Church, at Cane Hl, Ark., 288, 292; in Chickasaw Nail tion, 487; in Mississippi, 486. Cundiff, Mattie, 301. Cunningham, Pauline, 150n. . Curtis, Joe W , 1Z, 125. Custer, Ceorge, 65, 330-335. "Custer's Hunting Horse," by Mary Ellen Ryan, 326335. Cyrus, Carrie, W ; Dennis, 342.

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Dade, Major Francis Langborne, 276. Dade's Massacre, 280, 283. Dahlonega ( G d , 1 3 1 160. 41, . , Dale, Dr. E E 122. Dalton, Bill, 437. Dana, Danial, 1%; Judge James, 148n; Robert, 14%;Robert Buffington, 148n. Dances, Indian, 491. Daniels, Ben, 435. Darlington (Okla. Terry.), Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency at, 206, 410, 429. Darlington, Brinton, 410. Darnell, Capt. Lewis J., ("Jeff"), 323. Daugherty, Roy ("Arkansas Tom* ) , 437. Daughten, of the American Revolution, Oklahoma, 251. Davenport ( Iowa 1, 79. Davenport, John, 72. Davidson, Oscar, 74. Davis, Dr. ............, 97; Mrs. Alice Brown, 268, 270; Anna, 508; Anson A., 90, 92, 107; Mrs. C. O., 185, 187; Irene, 270; Jefferson, 234; Mahala, 316; Mayme Elizabeth, 507 ; Pomp, 341. . Davisson, D. D, 93, 95, %. Dawes Commission, 5. Day County (Okla. Terry.), 436, 5 6 0. Day County Progress, 437, 506. Deason, 0. H., 74De Baillou, Clemene, 229. Deer, in Chickasaw Nation, 239, 304. Deer Clan, of Cherokee Indians, 352. Deer Creek, 354 355. Delaney, John C., 90. Delaware, state of, Delaware Indians in, 183. "Delaware Big House, The," by H. L. McCracken, 183-192. Delaware Big House Ceremonial, painting of, 192. Delaware Indians, 9, 59, 15411, 280, 456n; clans of, 189; missionary to, 146; religion of, 183, 186; removal to the West of, 183. Delaware Treaty of 1682, 183. Democratic Party, in Oklahoma, 394. D e h n (Tex.) , S. Xavier Academy at, t 393, 399n. Descombs, Jacob, 44%. De Sham, Gtn. T. H., 377. De Smet, Father Pierre Jean, 410. Dewq County (Okla. 1, 225x1. D e p Mimion, 512. Diacon, Mre, Floyd, gift of, 514. Dibrell, Sophie, 3% 9. Dickemm, Mra Nmton, 77. Dickey, John Wheeler, W ,8 . 30 Dinsmore, Silas, 14%. Doak, Jim, 239.

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D o b r o ~ k y ,Prince, 290. Donart, Clarence Romanis, 316, il Doolin, Bl, 437. Doublehead, Bird, 169. Doudaes, George L., 11'7. Donthat (Okla. 1, 200. Dover (Ill.), m. Dover 00kla.1, 109; historical marker at,

243.

Downie, James, 118. Downlag, Ambrose, 13; Jimmie, 77; Lewis, 134, 139. Downing Party, 139. Doyle, Lieut. W. E,70. Drmwons, in Indian Territory, 282. Drake, Florence, "Carrie Howell Abernathy," by, 371372. Drane, Stephen, 229. Draper, Stanley, 123. Drennen, John, !284. Drew, John, 292. Drum, Elizabeth Smith, 428; George, 428. Duck, Charles, 316; Edward Wright, 316; Flavilla, 316; Frank Eleworth, 316, 317, 319, 321; Lauretta, 316; Mary Eliza, 316. Duke University, gift of, 512. Dull Knife Raid, 40411. DuMars, Marion Richardson, gift of, 254. Duncan (Okla.), 1 1 242. 1, Duncan, Mary Elizabeth, 291 ; William, 111. Dupree, Carrie Inoa, 316. Durant, Alex, 7, 13; Mac, 31; William, 36. Duqh, Willa Adams, 323. Dutch, Cherokee Indian, 168. DuTiine, Claud Charles, expedition of, 355. DuVal, William J., 2 4 8. Dyer, D. B., Cheyenne & Arapaho Indian Agent, 411; Roy J., 336. Earle, F. R., 28611, 293. Early, John W., 7, 13. "Eady Account of the Cherokee, A , by n" Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 141-158. "Early Mining Camp in Northeastern Oklahoma," by A. M. Gibson, 193202. Eaton, John H., Secretary of War, 468, 4 9 474, 476, 477, 479, 482. 6, Edgmood (Chickasaw Nation), 399n. Edwards, Rev. John, 420. Eggleston, M s Nora Agnes, 39911. r.

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, 14 1; '89er of Oklahoma City, Remhiacencea Featherstonhaugh George W - "George William, more notes concernn" . of a, by J M. Owen, 217-226. ?g," 351-352. El Dorado (Kan.), 117. . Felix, Father, 398. Eldridge, Claude A, 316; Sergeant, 283. Ferdinandina, artifacts from, 253, 510; Elkair, M s ............, 186; Charlie, 187; r. "Oklahoma's First White Settlement, Chief, 186. Collection of Relica and Artifacts from," Elliot Mission, 42011. 353356; site of, 253. Elliott, Roberta, a . Ferry, on Arkansas River, 37; Ellis, Joseph, 13. Fessler, H. B., gift of, 127. Ellis County (Okla.) , 436. Fields, Agnes, 428; Elizabeth Smith, 428; Ellieon, Joe, 77, Ellsworth, Henry, 2 4 7 George, 427, 428; John, 428; John McFerran, 428. El Reno (Okla.), 408n; "The Founding Fillmore, Frank, 99, 100. of," by Berlin B. Chapman, 79-108. Fink, Mr. & Mrs. John B., gifts of, 126, Elterman, E. E., 89. Emahaka Academy, 70. 254, 378, 513. Emarthla, Charlie, 26411, 265, 273, 275; Fimey, Frank J., "The Osage Indians and the Liquor Problem Before Oklahoma," Holati, 26411, 265, 273; Takos, 26431, 265. by, 456-483; W. D., 72n, 76, 77. Fischer, Frank, 86. Emerson, Edward, 440. Fisher, William, 81. Emery, J. S., 83. Fishertown (Creek Nation), 36n. Emmet, Chris, 433. Fitzpatrick, Bob, 111; Jim, 111; Silas Emmons, Lillie Ges, 316. 1. (Buck), 111; Theodore, 1 1 Emory, Maj. William H., 54-58. Fitzpatrick Creek in Oklahoma, 400n. Emory & Henry College, 12n. Fitzpatrick family, 4 0 1 41. Endacott, Paul, 184n. Five Civilized Tribes, seals of, 13411; UnEngle, M. M., 96. ion Agency of, 5. English, Exall, 122, 242. Fixico, Charles, 34; Nocuq 40; Tulwa, English among the Indians, 493. 341n. Enid (Okla.) , 244, 302, 430. Flint (Cherokee Nation), 165. Eonah-pah, Kiowa Indian, 328. Flint, F. F., 284; Lazarus, 13. Epworth University, in Oklahoma City, Flint District (Cherokee Nation), 20, 24. 337, 506. 6. Florer, John N., 4 2 Erbar, Nancy, 7911. Florida, Apalachee Indians in, 1%n; InErin Springs (Chickasaw Nation), 399, dians in, 3; Negro slaves in, 263, 264; 400,408. Seminole Indians in, 262-26S, 270, 272; Erwin, Mrs. Mary Ann Lamar, 349. swamps in, 276. ........ Essahavits, ........ Indian, 68. Essatoyah, Penateka Comanche Indian, 70. Flynn, Dennis, T., 224. Folsom, Daniel, 28; David, 26n, 425; Eubanka, Roger, 291. Joseph P., 13; Serena, 425. Eufaula (Okla.) , 370. Evangelical Luthern Church, gift of, 513. Foose, Jack, 297. Evans, Mr. ............, poet sutler, 82; Col. Foreman, Ada McClellan, 291; Amanda, 221; Anthony, 155n; Armanda, 81, 227; Lewis, 289; Neal W., 108. Austin Worcester, 292; Charles, 81; Eyler, Clara Louise, 316. Elizabeth, 155x1; Fannie, 81; Gertrude Lee, 81; Grant, 162; Mrs. Grant, 250, 351; James, 169; Jess, 292; John A., 79, 86, 89-91, 97,98, 100, 101, lor, 227; Factor, Jim, 286; John, 341. John Anthony, 227; Mary E., 106; Mary Fair, Indian International 80. E- Randolph, 81, 89-96; Stephen, 21, Fairchild, George, 218. 155, 291; Taylor, 291. Fairfax ( 0kla.j , 463. Fairfield Mission, En, 14511, 1540. Foreman, Carolyn Thomas, "The Light Falleaf, John, 184187. Horse in the Indian Territory," by, 17Fallis (Okla.) , 222. 43; "An Early Account of the CheroFannin, Dr. ......, 31. ...... kees," by, 141-158; "The J u ~ p e rFamFamham, A. A., 86, 89. ily of the Seminole Nation, by, 272285; ''Organization of the Seminole Fast Runner, Caddo Indian, 73, 77. Faught, Wheeler, 23. Light-Horse))) by, 340344; "The BalenFayetteville (Ark.), 294, 371. n tines, Father & Son, i the Indian Tem. Feather, Harry, 443. tory," hv 417-428; "Notes on .the Chick-

asaw Light-Horsemen," by, 484485. Foreman. Mrs. Grant, gift of, 127, 378380. Foreman, Dr. Henry Chandlee, 231. Forsythe, Col. George A., 66, 68. Fort Arbuckle, 54-58, 60, 62, 64, 67, 111, 398n, 39911. Fort Belknap, 55, 57. Fort Brooks, 276. Fort Cobb, 114, 39%; "A History of," by Muriel H. Wright, 53-71; naming of, 344; "Prairie Town," by Vera Zumwalt Holding, 72-78. Fort Concho (Tex.), 399n. Fort Dade, 278. Fort Gardner (Fla.), 281. Fort Gibson, 34, 168, 511; Chickasaw Exploring Party at, 476, 477; during Civil War, 139; Seminole Indians at, 265, 274, 282, 283; sutler at, 12n; traders at, 165. Fort King, 275, 276. Fort Lamed (Kan.), 63. Fort Leavenworth, 59, 60. Fort Mellon, 280. Fort Moultrie (S. C.), 265. Fort Reno, 87, 92, 242, 398, 4Q2. Fort Sill, 53, 70, 111, 328, 398, 399x1, 401, 453 ; first telegraph at, 402n ; historical marker at Commandant's quarters at. 377. Fort Smith, Indian office at, 57. Fort Towson, 351. Fort Washita, 57, 58, 393; mail from Fort Arbuckle to, 3%. Fort Wayne, 170, 171. F'ort Zarah (Kan.), 62. Fossick, Marcella, 370, 371; Mary Ellis O'Reilly, 370; Thomas Lancelot, 370. Foster, Edwin B., 464. "Founding of El Reno, The," by Berlin B. Chapman, 79-198. Fourmile (Quapaw Fation), postoffice at, 19811. Fraker, Elmer L., 116, 122, 124, 125, 251, 253, 297, 377, 509; gift of:, 468; "With Thoburn at Honey Creek, by, 414-52; "1956 Historical Society Tour Over the Old Chisholm Trail," by, 240-245. Frank, David, 40. Franklin (Tenn.) , 468-480Franklin, Benjamin, 456; William, 250. Frantz, Frank, 4 0 463. 4, Frazier, John Alexander, 341 ; Nelson, Chickasaw Indian, 485. F r e d (Chickasaw Nation), 407, 40811. Freeman, Col. H. B., Osage agent, 463; Winfield, 83. Freeport (Maine), 472x1. Frelinghusen, Senator, 47211. . French, A. R., 83; C T., 104. French Trading Post, in Oklahoma, 353356.

Frenchman, Mrs. Dennis, 186. Frensley, John R., 23th. Frisco (Okla. Terry.), 87, 97, 100n. 107. Frizzell, John D., 510. Fry, William, 7. 13. Fryberger, W. E., 89. . Fryrear, Kate Shirley, 399n; K, 399. Fuck-a-lus-ti-had-jo, Seminole Indian, 273275. Fullerton, Eula, 118. Fulsom, Etta May. 316.

Gadsden, James, 272. Gaines, Gen. Edmund P., 273, 277; George S., 477. Gainesville (Tex. ) , 393. Gallaher, Col. Charles F., 330. Garfield County (Okla.) , 302. Garner, Mrs. Clemmie, 77; Myrtle, 77. Garrett, Col. William, 33. Garrison, Myrtle, gift of, 127; Rose, gift of, 127. Carvey, George, 402. Garvin, John, 13; Samuel J., 398, 400. Garvin County (Okla.) , 238, 239, 398n. Gault, W. J., 221. Geary (Okla.), historical marker at, 243. Gennings, Rev. Marvin, 370. Georgia, state of, 345; Cherokee Indians in, 134137, 142, 159, 162, 498; Creek Indians in, 3, 4, 466; gold in, 143, 148, 160, 161; missionaries to Cherokee Indians in, 148; Ocmulgee River in, 3; Restoration of Noted Cherokee Historical Sites in, 229-231; Yamassee Tribe in, 279. Georgia Guard, 154n. Georgia Historical Commission, 229, 230. Georgia Mounted Volunteers, 148. Gerrer, F. H., 96. Gerring, Madison, 23. Gibbons, Lieut. John, 285. Gibson, A. M., "Early Mining Camps in Northeastern Oklahoma," by, 193-202; Isaac T., Osage Indian Agent, 163. Gilbert, H. F., gift of, 512; Marion Albert, 316; Mary Louise, 507; Norris Tell, 31611. Gillis, Judge ................, 426. Gilmer, Gov. ... ........, of Georgia, 161. Gilpin, S. A., 209. Given, Capt. Freeman, 118. Glenco (Okla.) , 437. Glick, George W.,83. Go-ah-te-bo, Kiowa Indian, 330. Going Snake, Cherokee Indian, 152. Going Snake District (Cherokee Nation), 152n. Goings, William, 31.

Goadman, Julia Cody, 119. Goodwater Boarding School (Choctaw Nation), 418, 421, 4 2 2. Gopher, John, 283. Gore, Thomas Pryor, 338-339. Gorman, Mrs. T. F., picture of, 380. Gotcher, Mrs. W. E., gift of, 380. Gote-bo, Kiowa Indian, 330. Grady County (Okla.), 408x1. Graham, Miss ................, 289; H. T, 89. Grand (Okla. Terry.), 436, 437, 506. Grant, Thomas S., 399x1;W. J., 73; William J., 86. Grason, David, 428. Grasse, Father Felix de, 41511. Gray, George, 239. Gray Horse iOkIa.1, 463. Grayson, G. W., 34, 343, 425; George W., 13, 14, 16; Joe M., 341; Samuel, 13, 15; Wat, 425. Great Salt Plains, 244. "Great Seal of the Chickasaw Nation, The," by Muriel H. Wright, 388-391. Green, Charles, 297; Hannah M., 420. "Green Corn Ceremonial Fast, SenecaCayuga," by Velma Nieberding, 231-234. Green Corn Dance, 2. Green Peach War, 37, 43, 34111. Greene, Barney, 42. Greenway, "Jack", 4 0 4. Greenwood, Anen, 485. Gregory, C. E., 230. Greyeyes, John. Wyandot Indian, 491. 4 Grierson, Col. Benjamin H., 3 , 67. Grimes, William, 75. Gumbi, Kiowa Indian, 330. Gunter, Edward, 141n, 152n; John, 141n, 154n; Samuel, 152n. Gunter's Landing, 141. (hot-mi, Kiowa Indian, 330. Guthrey, Mollie P., 316n. Guthie (Okla T r y ) postoffice at, 307; er., Rough Riders enlisted at, 433. Guthrie (Okla.), 86, 221, 222.

Gold, i n Caiifornia, 451; in Georgia, 143, 148, 160, 161; in Oklahoma, 4 4 4. Gold Mine, Lost Spanish, 4 4 8. Cooden, Frank, Creek Indian, 36.

Hdoran, Arthur, 113. Halpatter, Tustenrtggee, Seminole, 274. Hamill, Rev. Samuel H., 417; William, 417. Hampton, Mrs. L. H., gift of, 514. Hand, Wilson H., 316. Harbour, Dr. Emma Estill, 122, 124, 510. Hard Rope, Osage Indian, 67. Harden, Gen. William, 345. Hardin, John J., 250, 337. Harjo, Coo, Seminole Indian, 26411, 273. 2?5; Foke-Luste, 26411, 265, 274, 275; George, 268; Lochar, 34-36; Toluf, 342: Tuckabatchee, 34111; Yaha, 26411, 274. Harney, David A., 96. Harper, Orville Don, gift of, 254. Harreld, Rev. John, 7, 11. Harris, C. A., 281; Cyrus, 389, 485, 486: E. Yoe, 35; Lieut. J. W., 161. Harrison, Thomas J., 122, 123. Hartwell, William K., 74. Harvey, Theodore, Osage Indian, 463. Hasque, Urban de, 397. Hastings, M s W. W., 291. r. Hatch, Col. Edward, 350. Hattonville (Okla.) , 200. Haweis Mission, 1541. Ilawkins, Pink, 34. IIaynes, John, 43; Lucy Thompson, 43: Rev. Samuel Jonathan, 43. Hays City (Kan.), 119. Hnzelett, Nora, 72, 73, 75, 77; W. M., ' i t 77. Hazen, William Babcpck, 63, 64. Heaney, Esta, 316. Heckewelder, John, 14611. Hedchay, Frank, 34. Aefner, Robert A,, 122, 124, 336, 509, 510: gift of, 513. Hembree, Rev. C. C., 118. Henderson, Chester, 77; T. H., 73; Tom.

73.

'aco, Oche, Creek Indian, 36. adjo, Hillis, Creek Indian, 12n; Toliss, Seminole Indian, 285. tadley, W. J., 211. lair, James, 169; Jefferson, 169. iajo, Yaholo, Seminole Indian, 282. 'aklotubbee, Jde, Creek Indian, 32. hll, George, 72; Rev. John T., 403n. alley, W. H., 74. i l alliburton O Well Cementing Co, 241.

Hendricks, Margaret, 428. Heney, Francis J., 440. Hennessey (Okla.) , 243. Hennessey, Pat, 24.4. Hensley, Claude E., 86n, 9011, 107n; gif~ of, 512. Hewitt, Hope, 402n; Sgt. John C., 402n. Hichiti Indians, 2 3 6. Hickam, Mrs. Lda Vaughn, 22511. Hickman, Julia, 31. Hickox, Joseph, 90n; R. R., 86; Reuben J., 84. Hicks, Mr. .............., 155; Anna Felicitae. 149n ; Charles, 147n ; Charles Renatus 149, 229; Ed, 292 Elijah, 15211, 230: Frances A., Wyandot Indian, 491: George, 21, 40; John, 265; Nathan, 14%. Higgins, Thomas A., gift of, 127.

Hightower Mission, 1%. Hi& Rev. 'I'imothy, 423. iiinds, Amanda, 292; John, 292. Historical markers, i Oklahoma, 109, 241. n liistoric Sites Commission, meeting of, 377. '*Historical Society Tour 1956 Over the Old Chisholm Trail," by Elmer Fraker, 230-2425. Ilistorical Society Tour of 1957, 511. by *'History of the Cherokees, 1830-1846,'' Oliver Knight, 159-182. "History of F o ~ tCobb, A," by Muriel H. Wright, 53-71. Hitchcock, Ethan Allen, 158, 273, 277, 282; Samuel, 28211. Hite, Boone D., 74; Morris Lee, 74. Hiwassee Town (Cherokee Nation), 352. Hoc.kerville (Okla.1, 200. liolatoochee, Seminole Indian, 278, 280, 281. Holcombe, Jabelle, 289. Holding, C. A., 72x1; Vera Z., 53. Holibaugh, John R., 1%. Hollar, Ira, gift of, 379. Ilollon, W. Eugene, 484; "A Spanish 'Arrasta' in the Wichita Mountains," by, 443-455. Holson, Judge H. F., 32. Holt, Luiu, 316n. tiolter, Prof. ...,........, 320, 321, 324; George L., 317. "Honey Creek, With Thoburn at," by Elmer L. Fraker, 44-52. l lopewell Treaty, 136. Hopper, E. C., "Robert Britton Buford," by, 370-371. Horigan, James, 506. Hoshall, Dr. Charles W., 336. Hot Springs, (Ark. Terry.), 351. tlotimayabi, Choctaw Indian, 31. Hotulkee, Creek Indian, 36. IIowell, Barnes, 372; Carrie, 371; Edward, 372; Ida Hinton, 371; Julius Franklin, 371. Hoyt, Alphias, 425; Anna, 418, 423, 424; Rev. Ard, 41811, 424n; Esther Booth, 424; Harriet Fdsom Washburn, 425; Lydia, 427; Lydia Lowrey, 41811, 423; Milo, 41811, 423, 424; Milo Ard, 425n; Serena Folsom, 425. Hudson, Lieut. Charles D., 328; Ralph, gift of, 126, 378; Mrs. Ralph, gift of, 379. Hueston, Clinton, 316; Lillie Elizabeth, 316; Merton Bird, 316. Ilufford, Harold E,7911. Hughs, William, 86. Humbolt, Alexander von, 447. Humphrey, Rev. Herman, 472n, 491. Hunt, Hal H., 316.

Hunter, Thomas W., 32 "If unter's Home," 287. Hunting Horse, Kiowa Indian, 326-335. Hukey, Micco, Creek Indian, 34. I-lushtatahe, Chickasaw Indian, 474~1. Hutto, W. W., 317. -1 Ilikanchitubi, Choctaw Indian, 31. lllinois Camp Ground (Cherokee Nation), 172, 173. Immohoaltubbe, Chickasaw Indian, 47411. Immolasubbee, Chickasaw Indian, 474n. Indian City, near Anadarko, Okla., 242. Indian Home Guards, 80. Indian Interna~ionalFair, 12n, 80. lttdian lowncrl, 370. Ilidian Mission Conference, in Cherokee Nation, 424. indian Progress, 35. Indian Sign language, 243. "Indian Rights and Our Duties," address by Dr. Heman Humphrey, 492.502. Indian Springs (Ca.), 3, 4; treaty at,

466.

Indian 'Territory, Confederate army in, 393; education in, 486; outlaws in, 426, 427; railroad through, 81 ; Seneca Reservation in, 490; "The Light Hone in," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 17-43; turkeys in, 303. Indian Village. on Deer Creek, 355. Indiana, Delaware Indians in, 183. Indians, English among the, 493. Ingalls (Okla. Terry.), 432, 433, 437; marker near, 109, 110. Jnhiyochebubbee, Chickasaw Indian, 474n. Innat Jooliosah, Cherokee chief, 152. Innewakche, Chickasaw Indian, 471n. Intolubbee, Peter, Choctaw lndian, 28n. Jonie Indians, 9. Iowa, state of, 79. Ishtayatubbee, Chickasaw Indian, 474n. Ishtehiacha, Chickasaw Indian, 474n. Ishtekieyokatubbee, Chickasaw Indian, 47h. Ishtehotopa, Chickasaw Indian, 388, 482n, 483. Isparhecher, Creek chief, 37, 43. Ivy, Mrs. Harley, 241. Jacarilla Apache Indians, 457. Jackson (Tenn.) , 43. Jackson, A. H., 108; Allison H, 105, 106; Andrew, 469, 47211, 4%3n; Arnold, 187; Jim, 187. Jacobs, Mrs. Roe, 43411. James, Frank, 426; Jesse, 426; William, trader, 390.

Jarrell, Alfred Edwin, "The Founding of Oklahoma A. & M. College," by, 315325; Elizabeth, 321. Jefferson (Okla. ) , 244. Jennings, Al, 413; Ben, 413. , Jenson, Thomas, 89, % 95, 101, 108. "Jessie Elizabeth Ra.dolph Mmre of the Chickasaw Nation, by Muriel H. Wright, 3923%. Jessup, Gen. Thomas S., 264, 278, 280. Jewish History Center, American, gift of, 512. Jimersun, Jackson, 232. John, Daniel, 373; Elizabeth Pouncey, 373; Mary, 373; Mary Spears, 373; Thomas, 373. Johnny, Mrs. Mamie Ike, 331. Johns, Dr. Stephen B., 289. Johnston (Ind. Terry.), 304, 398n. Johnson, Andrew, 424; Charles, 34, 41211; Charley, 36; Dr. George O., 73; Hamet, 290; Mary D., 424; Melton, gift of, 254; Montford, 304n, 398n; Montford Thomas, 412; N. B., 122, 124, 125, 252; Robert, 412; Tilly, 412; W. E. ("Pussyfoot"), 464; Wayne, 122, 125, 510, 511; William, 31. Johnsonville (Ind. Terry.), 304n, 398. Johnston, Douglas H., 389, 394; Henry S., 228. Johnston County (Okla.) , 389. Jones, Anson, 26; C. G., 127, 221; Elizabeth Lanugan, 15011; Evan, 139, 150, 151, 1.53; John, 139; John B., Commander Texas Frontier Battalion, 329; Pauline Cunningham, 15011; Sam, Seminole Indian, 274, 280, 281, 285; W. Frank, 342; William C., 83; Wilson N., 13; Ya-ha-hadjo Sam, Seminole Indian, 273. fudge, Thomas L., 282. Jumper, Seminole Indian, 264266, 272281, 284; Jim, 266, 272, 282-285; John, 266, 268, 270, 272, 285. UJumper Family of the Seminole Ivation, The," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 2722-85. Juzan, Pierre, 26.

Kat~opolis (Kan. ) , 218, 22.1,. Kansas Indians, 458. Kansas, 506; Chisholm Trail in, 244; Delaware Big House in, 184n; Delaware Indians in, 183; Democratic Party in, 118; Farmers Alliance in, 117; Government land in, 218; Indian refugees in, 59, 62; Indians in, 458, 461; Lead & Zinc in, 193; "Legislative Warn of, 117; militia of, 117; Osage Indians in, 478n; Populist Party in, 116; Republican

Party in, 118; Wyandot Indiana in, 490. Kansas City (Kan.) , 490. Kansas Infantry Volunteers, 79. Kansas Pacific Railroad, 119. Kansas State Historical Society, 245. Kapitchochee, Seminole chief, 285. Kaufman, Mrs. Kenneth C., 379. Kaw Indians, 458. Kay County (Okla.), Ferdinandino located in, 352. Kearse, Thomas, 73, 75. Keating, Mrs. D. W., gift of, 255. Kechi Indians, 9. Keetoowah Society, 139. Keim, Randolph, 67, 69. Keith, ............, 410; Ben, 108. Kellogg, Dale C., gift of, 514. Kelly, Mrs. Olive, gift of, 254. Kemp, Col. ............, 422; Jackson, 391; William, trader, 390. Kentucky, Chickasaw Indians in, 390. Kentucky School of Medicine, 302. Kerfoot; M. M., 89. Key, Gen. William S., 122, 125, 243, 251, 336, 375, 509, 510. Keys, Fannie, 424; Mary E., 424; Rilev. 144,n, 288, 424 426, 427; Sallie, 426. 427; W. M., 426, 427. Kichai Indians, 163. Rickapoo Indians, 26; liquor among, 485. Kickapoo Village, 219. Kicking Bird, Kiowa Indian, 327, 330. Kidd, Maj. Meredith, 64, 67. Kidd's Seminary (Sherman, Tex.) , 393. King, C. H., 349; Fletcher, 312; McKee. 13. King Philip, Seminole Indian, 284. Kingfisher (Okla.) , 225n, 243 ; Chamber of C0mmerc.e of, 379. Kingfisher (Okla. Terry.), Land Office at, 82, 89. Kingsbury, Rev. Cyrus, 420, 486; Elects May, &On; Sarah B. Varnum, 420n. Kingston (Tenn.) , 154x1. Kinheche, Chickasaw Indian, 474n, 476. Kinnebrew, Minnie, 316n. Kiowa-Comanche Indian Agency, 60-62. Kiowa Indian artist, 331. Kiowa Indian Scout, 326-335. Kiowa Indians, 53, 55, 57, 60, 64, 114; raids of, 328, 329; Spanish captive of. 326. Kiowa Sun Dance, 327. Kirkpatrick, Frank, gift of, 254. Kissimee ( F l a ) , battle at, 281. Kite, Nettie, 31611. Knight, Oliver, "History of the Cherokm, 1830-1846," by, 159-182. Knox, Daisy Bell, 316. Koasati Indians, 142n. Komalty, Kiowa Indian, 328.

Kooncha (Goodwater) Seminary, 421, 422. Ko~P, Mm. Allllll B e , 122, 124 336, 375; g f of, 249, 2 0 254, 255, 378. it 5. Korndofer, J. H., 76. Kowcta Mission (Creek Nation), 417, 419.

the," by Carolyn Thomrr Foreman, 484

465.

Lilley, Rev. John, 270, 285. Lillie Gordon W 1 . , 2 Lincolnville, mining camp at, 200. Lindley, Mra E, R., gift of, 380. Lindsay (Okla.) , 399n. Lindsay, Col. ......., ......., 155, 156; Anita Powell, a; Lewis, 39911. Liona Club, (Eufaula, Okla), 371. Liquor, among Chickasaw Indianq 4 4 8, 485; in Creek Nation, 484, 485; in Oklahoma City, OUa. Terry., 3 9 0. "Liquor Problem Before Oklahoma Statehood, The Osage Indiana and the," by Frank F. Fimey, 456.464, Little, Thomas, Seminole chief, 344. Little Bar Mine, in Oklahoma, 454. Little Beaver, ................ Indian, 233. Little Chief, Kiowa Indian, 328. Little Cloud, Seminole Indian, 278. Loe, Thomas, 505. Long, Olive Zane, Wyandot, 491. Logan, Dr. Leonard, 250. Lone Wolf, Kiowa Indian, 65, 69, 328, 330, Long, Dan, 270; Katherine, gift of, 379; M s Mamie, Seneca Indian, 232; Simy, r. Seminole Indian, 270. Long-horn Steers, 242. Longtown (Creek Nation), 43. Looney, Gmlyn, 336; John, Cherokee Indian, 172, 173; Rella, 7n, 109. Losineicki, Ignoces, 86. Loskiel, George Henry, 146n. Loughridge, Rev. Robert M., 33, 419. Love, Amanda, 39311; Benjamin, 391, 393n, 469, 470n, 474; Bill, 470x1; Charlotte, 392, 393; David, 393n; Elvira, 393n; Frances, 393n; Henry, 391.393, 470n, 476; Isaac, 47011; John, 39311; Lotty, 39311; Overton, 393n; Robert, 47011; Sally, 392, 393, 4 ; Samuel, 470n; % Sarah, 392, 393; Dave, 47011; Thomas, 390, 46911. LXTJ County, (OkIa.), 392. Low, Americus, 33. Lomy, George, Cherokee chief, 1211, 17, 19-22, 137, 138, 14111, 171, 288, 418, 424 421'; Lucy Benge, 424. Lowrie, Walter, 419. Lowry, Susan, 1211. Lucas, Red, 75. Luce, E. J., 73. Ludlow, Anna B., 255. Luman, Jamee, 255. Lumpkin, Wilson, Governor of Georgia, 15411. Lynch, Lieut. J. M 293; Jimmy, 416. , Lynch family, 415. Lyon, Franklin S., Creek Indian Agent, 34.

La Grange College (Tenn.) , 290. Lahr, John, 316n.

Lake, Ella, 291. Lake Tohopikalega, 278. Lamar, J. R., "Biographical Notes on the Life of Hon. Howell Cobb," by, 344W ;a y Ann, 345; Zachariah, 345. Mr Lambe, George E., 81; 107. Lamoreax, S. W., 103. Large, ArdeU, 184. Larkin's Landing (Ala. ) , 142n. Larney, James, 13, 15; Jim, 341. Larsh, Delbert L., 100. Las Vegas (N. M. 1, 439. Latta, James, 287; John, 287, 288; Map tha Jane, 287. Lauderdale County (Ala.) , 48311. Lawton (Okla.) ,242; Boy Scout .troop of,

443.

Lawton, Dr. Sherman, 443. Le Flore, Greenwood, Choctaw chief, 477, 479. Lea, L., Commissioner of Indian Affairs,

28d

Lead, in Missouri, 193; in Oklahoma, 193; in Kansas, 193. Leaf, Mary Ann, gift of, 127; William D., gift of, 127. Leary, Samuel T., 100. Leased District (Choctaw Nation), #ln. Leavenworth, Col. Jesse Henry, 60, 62. Lebanon Institute (Chickasaw Nation),

L F., 118; Lieut. Philip L., 64. Leeper, Mathew, 55, 59, 60Leeper Creek, 55. LeFlore, Campbell, 13; Greenwood, 26n. Lehigh (Choctaw Nation), 305. Leis, George, 83, 105. Lenape Iadians, 183. Lerblanc, E. H., 36. Lester, Juliana, 316x1. Leupp, Francis E., 209. Lewis, Dr. Anna B., 240; Anna Kate, 316; Erwin Green, 316, 317, 319; Silan, 32. Liberal (Kan.) , 22n. "Light Horse, Organization of the Seminole,'' by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 340344. "Light Horse in the Indian Territory, T e " h, by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 17-43. "Light Horse, Chickasaw Nation, Notes on

486. Lee, Gen. Henry, 17;

-MMcFarland, Ad&, 508; Montana M., 316. Mackey, W5lIi.m T 7, 12, 13. , r. . McGeorge, M s R W., gift of, 378. Mackreli, Benjamin, 506. McGiivezy, William, Chickasaw Indian, Mynrder, Alexander Covington, 317, 319, 469, 474% 475. 321, . McGiity, Clarence, 437; Delmar, 437; J. M a r & Carl Hilton, 431; Mary Sweezy, Roy, 229; Margaret Ann, 432; Mary 431; Merle E e e t 431. vrt, (Molliq), 432; Robert, 432; "William W e t , Pierre, 355. and His Wife, The Story of an OklaMalone, Henry T, 229. homa Cowboy," by Leslie A. McRill, M.mrd.y-to, Kiowa Indian, 328. 432-442; William 0. (Jack), 437. 6 Maman-ti, Kiowa Mediqine Man, 328, 329. McHenry, James, 3 . M m q , J. w 9 . , 3 McIntosh, Chilly, 4, 13, 15; Daniel N., M.nn, Maj. Jonathon E, picture of, 380; 13-15; Roley, 4; William, 3, 4, 466. McIntosh County (Okla.) , 370, 371. Mary Ann Brains, picture of, 3 0 8. McKinney, Rev. Edmund, 27; John, 13. h h y p e m y , G. W., 485. Mw, Capt. R. B., 30411, 398n; W. L., McKissick, Col. James, 20. 457. McLain, Cen. Raymond S collection of, , Mukey, John, 198n. 250; War Memorial, 253, 510. Muland, E. W., 354. McLish, John, 390, 469, 471, 474, 475. h r h d Archeological Expedition, 3%. McMenamin, Mr. ................, 413; Frank, 413n. Ol. , Marlow ( k a )241. Mutin, Frank, gift of 127; Jane, 148n; McNack, Wallace, 34, 36. John, 14th. 158, X& McNair, David, 147; Delilah Amelia Vann, Martyn Mission Presbyterian Church 14711. (Miss.), 393n. McReynolds, Dr. E. C., 244; Samuel A., Maeon, Mr. ................, 156; Mrs. George, 315. gift of, 514; John, Special Agent, 15511. McRill, "Albert Leroy," by Leslie A. McRill, 506; Calvin Whitfield, 506; Leona, Masonic Lodge in Cherokee Nation, 139. 6 506; Mary, 506; Amanda Tapley, 506. Masterman, A. F., 89, 9 . Mathews, Joseph, 44. McRill, Leslie A., "Albert Leroy McRill," Mathim, Whorton, gift of, 126. by, 506; "The Story of an Oklahoma r. Ma& M s Alice, gift of, 254. Cowboy, William McGinty & His Wife," May, Electa, 420~. by, 432-442. Means, D. L,218. Mayhew Mission, 42011. Maysville (Okla. ) , 398n. Medearis, Dr. P. H., 292. Maytubby, Floyd, Chickasaw Governor, Medford (Okla.), 244 Medicine Creek, cpal mining on, 453. 39 3 4 8, 9 . McAllieter, Coleta Lou, photograph of, Medicine Lodge Treaty, 61. 379. Medill, W., Commissioner of Indian AfMcBee, W. D., 250. fairs, 181. Meigs, R. J., 21, 171. McBeth, Ms S. L, 419. is Mekasukey Academy, 270. McCaU, George Archibald, 272, 276. McCaughey, Alzira, 39%; Emmett, 39911; Menawa, Creek chief, 3, 4. John, 399n; Sophie DibreU, 3%. Mennonite Mission School, ( Darlington, McClain County, Spanish Armstra in, 484. 0. T ) 429. ., McClean, Angus, 90n; Norman A., 8711, Mennonite missionaries to Cheyenne & 90n. Arapaho Indians, 404a. McUellan, Ada, 291; Col. John, 289; Wil- Mennonite School, (Halstead, Kan.), A29. liam Peter, 292. Mercer, T. F., gift of, 379. [email protected], Wallace, 31. M e d i t h , Burgess, 299. McCoy, Alexander, 229; Rev. Isaac, 17, Metcalf, John, 249, 337. 478; John C, 478n; Nelson, 13. Methodist Church, in Chickasaw District, Mdracken, H. L., "The Delaware Big 486; in Muskogee, I. T., 424; in OklaHouse," by, 183-192. homa City, 506. McCrackin, Robert W., 73. Methodist missionary, among Indians, 210. M c C m t h , Green, 3 . 2 Methodist school, in Chickasaw Nation, McCusker, Philip, 70. 390, 393, 488, 489. Mcfhakl, T. B 79. , Mexico, Cherokee Indians in, 172; SemiM c D o d d , John A, 84; W. G 86. , nole Indians in, 266; Spanish mining McElhrney, Mra R L 243. . , activities in, 447.

lWiuni (Okia.),

491.

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Aiicoa, .Coweta, 1 , 15, 36; Cueetah, 33; 3 Holata, 275; Hulputu, 2 8 6. Micco-mut-chr-ear, Seminole chief, 284, 285. M i p i , Seminole chief, 265, 266, 2722?8-*, 2 2 283, 2858,

Mhsuk~ Tnba, 263,280. MiUo, Hulbuttr, Seminole chief, 344. Miles, John D, 206, 208, 4 O b ; Laban J., 461. Military Trail, from Fort Arbuckle to Fort Sill, 239. Milledgeville (Ga. 1. 1%. Miller,- ~ a n i e l ,36; avid, 18; Grant, 75; Henry, 3 1 6 ~ ;Nyle H., 2 6 ; Okfuskey, 344; R. G 112, 122, 124, 242, 243, 251, , 252, 337, 377, 509-511; W. H., gift of, 514. Milner, M s Frank, gift of, 380. r. Milwee, Claude, 74; Lena, 74; Leonard, 74; Maymie, 74, 77. Minco (Okla.), 58, 412n. Mine, Lost Spanish Gold, 484. "Mining Camps in Northeastern Oklahoma, Early," by A. M. Gibson, 193-202. Mining Shafts in Oklahoma, 445. Mish-a-ma-tubbee, Choctaw Indian, 13. Missionary, Baptist, 478; to Choctaw Indians, 29. "Missionary Tour in the Chickasaw Nation and Western Indian Territory," by Rev. Hilary C a s d , 3 1 4 6 9-1. Mississippi, Chickasaw Indians in, 390, 391, 465, 470, 479, 481, 486 ; Indians in, 467, 46911, 470, 482. Mississippi Female Seminary, 39911. Missouri, Delaware Indians in, 183; Led and zinc in, 193; liquor in, 459. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad, 80, 221. Mitchell, E. F, 108; Mrs. Edith, 336, 357; James, 293. Mitschtr, 0. A, Oeage agent, 463. Mizaer, Maj. John K., 402n. Monroe, Bob, 426. Monroe Mission, in Miseissippi, 486. Montana, mining in, 452. Montgomery, Mrs. S& 102, 103. Montgomerg County (Penn.) , 417. Monument Hill, near Addington, OWa., 241. Mcbney, James, 4 9 2. Moore, Benjamin, 373; Bat, 253, 354; Beesie Bob Taylor, 374; Cecil, 372374; Mrs. C h t m e Adair, gift of, 370, 379; M l l a , 373; E M., 393; Frmca . Stnbbs, 373; Golly, 373; Col. H o m e L, 66, 69; Imogenq 395; Jarnea Gibson,

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374; Jcnnaroon, 127; Jeremiah, 373; 'Jessie EliYbch Randolph, of the Chickaaw Nation," by Muriel Ii. W~*ight, 3924%; M s Jeseie R., 122-125, r. 377, 512; John R., 7, 14; Junius 8, 378; Lauriston Hill, 374; Mary Adams, 373; Mary Ann Woodley, 373; Maurice, 7%; N. B., 13, 15; Welcome Andrew, 373; "Welcpme Cecil," by Fred P. Bmnson, 372-374; William Belton, 374; William S., 373. h-foorman, Dr. Lewis J., portrait of, 379. M o w i a n Church, Springplace, Ga., 353. Moravian Mission, Springplace, Ga., 230. Moravian missionaries, 145-147; among Cherokee Indians, 135. Morman Battalion, 503. Morrilton (Ark.). 37 1. Morris, Clinton, 316n; Oscar, 31611, 319; . Oscar M , 317. Morrison, Dr. James D , In, 125, 253; . Jimmy, 67; Leo, 297. Morrow, George Epsy, 323. Morse, Rev. Jedidiah, 14%; Richard M , 316. Moses, Chapone, Seminole Indian, 341. Moseley, C. W., 197. Mount Holyoke School, 289. Mountain Home (Ark.), 372. Mountcaetle, R. M., 122, 511. Mudeater, Mathew, Wyandot chief, (t90, 491. Muncrief, Sam, 39811. Munhall, J. Edward, 316. Murphy, Johnny, 70; Julian Burrell, 316. Murrell, George, 287, 288. Murray, Alzira McCaughey Powell, 39911; Erin, 39911; Frank, 399; John, 399. Murray County (Ga.) , 230. "Muscogee Naiton, The Great Seal of the," 2. 6 Muskogee (Ind. Terry.), 35, 37, 80. Muskogee (Okla. 1, 374; First Methodist Church of, 424'; Mount Olivette White Shrine in, 250, 255. Muskogee Indians, 9. Muthinchee, Chickasaw Indian, 485. Myen. Earl S., 316; Myrtle May, 316.

-NNaiche, Apache Indian, 356. Nancc, Bert J., gift of, 254; M y Warren, a gift of, 254. Nannubbee, Bill, Seminole Indian, 484. Nashville University (Tenn.), 25. Natchez T r a c . ~ 465. Native American Church, 192. Navajo Mountain, 453. Nave, Andrew, 288. Ned, Dr. James Clinton, 317, 321; Katie, 316, 317; Laile, !B7.

coal in, 193; constitution of, 228 ; DemoNaha-thloco, Seminole Indian, 264n. cratic Pafty in, 394; first Catholic inh'ero, B l y Crsek Indian, 34. il, Nebs County (Kan.), 218. stitution m, 397; Great Salt Plains in, Nevada, mining in, 451. 244; lead and zinc in, 193; Lost Spanish gold mine in, 484; mining camps in, Nevea, Mrs. Ola M gift of, 121. , 193-202; mining shafts in, 445; newsNew Echota (Ga.), 136; restoration of, paper in, 370; oil in, 193; opening of, 229. New Jersey, Delaware Indians in, 183. 118, 218=, B5n, 302, 303, 305, 462; New Mexico, mining in, 452. railroads in, 220, 221; seal of, 262x1; Socialists in, 437; University of, 228, New Orleans (La.), Battle of, 47%; 296, 303. Jumper died at, 281. Oklahoma A. & M. College, 228; "The New York, Delaware Indians in, 183. Founding of: A Memoir," by Alfred Newcomb, George ("Bitter Sweet"), 437. Newton, Rev. Samuel, 291. Edwin Jarrell, 315325. Newtown (Ga.), 229. Oklahoma Boomers, 350. Niblack, Albert Parker, 127. Oklahoma City (Okla.), 86, 127, 30% ST; Nicklas, Mary Esther, 212 Americ-an National Bank at, 223; beNieberding, Velma, 397 ; "Seneca-Cayuga ning of, 305, 306; Chamber of ComGreen Corn Ceremonial Feast," by, 231merce, 124, 337; city election at, 307; 234; "The Wyandot Tribe Today," by, first church service in, 118; gamblers in, 490-491. 309, 312; newspaper at, 309; pstoffice 98th Meridian, 241. at, 307; Presbyterian Church in, 118; railroads in, 223; "Reminiscences of an Nitakechi, Choctaw Indian, 26. '89er of," by J. M. Owen, 217-226; Rose Noble, George, Negro interpreter, 285. Hill Cemetery in, 336; sidewalks of, Nocona, Peta, Comanche chief, a n . 224; street scene in 1889 in, 310; water Norman (Okla.), 302. for, 223. Norris, Isaac, 456n. North Carolina, Cherokee Indians in, 15911. Oklahoma City College of Law, 506. Oklahoma City Federal Savings & Loan Northeastern State College, Tahlequah, Association, 217, 222. Okla., 295. Oklahoma City Street Railway Company, Northfield (Minn.) , 426. 222. Northup, Frank D, 250. Oklahoma City University, 506. Northwestern State College, Alva, Okla., Oklahoma College for Women, 240. 37 9. Oklahoma Colony, Payne's, 254. Notes & Documents, 109-118, 227-245, "Oklahoma Cowboy, William McGinty, 336-369,484502. "Notes on Events Leading to the Chickand His Wife, The Story of a, by n" Leslie A. McRill, 432442. asaw Treaties of Franklin and Pontotoc 1830 and 1832," by Muriel H. Wright, Oklahoma Historical Sites Commission, 509. 465-483. Oklahoma Historical Society, brochure of, 510; budget of, 252, 253, 376; Confederate Memorial Hall, 127, 472n; Oak Ridge, Seminole Mission School, 270. Constitution and By-Laws of, 124, 252; Oakison, A. L., 73. direcfor of, 394; dues of, 123, 510; Oaklanayaubbe, C h i c b w Indian, 47h. gifts to, 126, 127, 254255, 357, 4?, Ochese Creek Indians, 3. 512-515; Ferdinandino collection m, Ocmulgee River in Georgia, 3. 510; historical tour of, 112, 124, 251, Oconee, Seminole Indian, 265. 252, 377; Indian Archives Division of, Oconee Tribe, 263. 127; Library accessions of, 126, 357; Octe, Seminole Indian, 282. Life Members of, 380-382; membership Oganstota, Cherokee Indian, 352. of, 122, 123, 128-131, 253, 255, 380384, Ohekaubbe, Chickasaw Indian, 47411. 515, 516; microfilming project of, 510; Ohio, Delaware Indians, 183; Indians in, minutes of quarterly meeting of Board 473; Seneca Indians in, 490; Wyandotte of Directors of January 26, 1956, 122Indians in, 490. 125; minute. of annual meeting of April Ohithiola, Seminole Indian, 2 0 8. 26, 1956, 249-258; minutes of quarterly Oka-&an Tubby, Chickasaw Indian, 485. meeting of November 29, 1956, 509-516; "Oklahoma", musical hit, 300. monument to State Historian, Dr. Joseph B. Thoburn, erected under the auspices Oklahoma, archeology in, 44-52; boundof the, 336-337;museum of, 127. aries of, 248; buffalo wallows in, 113;

Oklahoma Historical Marker, 109, 241. Oklahoma Historical Tour of 1957, 511. OkIahoma Homestead & Town Company, 83, 86, 88, 93, 9 , 98, 101, 102, 104, 107. 6 Oklahoma Memorial Association, 394. Oklahoma State Architects Association, 134n. Oklahoma State Fair Association, 222. Oklahoma State Park. in Ottawa County. * Okla., 222. Oklahoma State Society, Washington, D. C.. 338. "~klahoma Statehood, Osage Indians and the Liquor Problem Before," by Frank F Finney, 456-4611.. . Oklahoma Station, 118. Oklahoma Territory, capital of, 222; P o p ulist Party in, 116 townsite in, 88. Oklahoma University, 228, 296, 303. "Oklahoma's First White Settlement, Collection of Relics and Artifacts from Ferdinandina," 353-356. "Oklahoma's Senatorial Trees in the Nation's Capitol, The," by Paul A. Walker, 338-340. Okmulgee (Ind. Terry.), 4, 5, 34; Council House at, 13n; General Council of 1873 held at, 7-16. Okmulgee Constitution, 7n. Oktars-sars-har-jo, Creek Indian, 34. Old Settlers in Cherokee Nation, 175, 172, 178, 182, 288. 00-wa-tie, Cherokee Indian, 352, 353. Openings, in Oklahoma, 118, 218-220, 225n, 302, 303, 305, 462. Opothleyahola, Creek Indian, 4, 15, 266, 34ln. Orput, George D., %. Osage Agency, near Bartlesville, Okla., 460. "Osage Indians and the Liquor Problem Before Oklahoma Statehood," by Frank F. Finney, 456-464. Osage Indians, allotment of land to, 464; depredations of, 476; in Kansas, 478n; Peyote among, 463; removal to Indian Territory of, 45611, 460, 508; traders with, 458; treaty of 1825 with, 458, 459. Osage Manual Labor School, 459. Osage Mission (Kan.) , 411. Osage Reservation, intruders in, 460. Osceola, Seminole chief, 26411, 265, 273, 276-279. Osgood, Samuel, U. S. Postmaster General,

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Outlaw Battle, at Ingalls, Okla. Terry., 110. Outlaws, in Indian Territory, 4 6 427; in 2, Seminole Nation, 342. Overholser, Henry, 221. Owen, Adrien, 217; Dorothea, 338; Earl Rusk, 220; Effie M. Vance, 220, 225; Emma, 225; Faye, 220; Fernando, 217219; Gertrude, 225; J. M., "Reminiscences of an '89er of Oklahoma City," by, 217-226; James McKee, 217; Lula Vaughn, 217; Lula Vaughn Hickam, 225n; Mac, 217; Maud Blanche Cal m houn, 225; Myrtle, 220; Nelson, 225; Rena, 225; Robert Latham, 338, 339. Oxford Ladies Seminary, in Mississippi, 289. Ozark Institute, in Arkansas, 12n.

Pago-to-oodle, Kiowa Indian, 328. Palme, Dr. C. A., gift of, 319. Pamjo, Indian scout, 73. Pani Indians, 355. Pani Pique Indians, 355. Panola County (Chickasaw Nation), 391, 392. Paoli (Chickasaw Nation), 398n. Pap-weke, John, Seminole Indian, 285. Park Hill (Cherokee Nation), 144, 1%, 288, 291, 418, 423; traders at, 165. Park Hill Mission, 12n. Parker, Cynthia Ann, 408n; Quanah, 4 8 0, Parks, Captain, 280; Mrs. C. E., gift of, 254; Judge J. T., 291; Thomas, "The Confederate Roll of Honor," by, 234-238. Parris, Albion, 182. Parsons (Kan.) , 221. Parton, James, 246. Path Killer, Cherokee chief, 1&, 229. Patterson, Pat, 185. Pettillo, Jane, 39911. Paul, Haskell, "Tribute to Mrs. Jessie R. Moore," by, 3953%. P a d s Valley (Okla.) , 394, 39%. Pawhuska (Okla.), Osage Agency at, 460. Pawnee Agency (Ind. Terry,), 349. Pawnee Reservation, Bar X Bar Ranch on,

432.

409.

504.

Ottawa Wan.), 79, 506. Ottawa County (Okla.), 231n, 490, 491; Lead and zinc in, 193, 1%. Ottawa Indians, 8. Otter Creek, coal mining on, 453.

Payne, Caesar, 341; David L., 66, 350; John Howard, 147n, 166; Major .........,.., 155. Payne County (Okla.), 437. "Payne Trail," 350. Pape's Landing, Treaty of, 272, 274, B5. Payne's Oklahoma Colony, 254. Peace Creek John, Seminole Indian, 278. Peach Seed Game, 232, 233. Pecan trees, in Creek Nation, 42.

P a r y , D n W., 100a, 209. a Peme-we, Sac & Fox Indian, 13. Pendleton, Rev. Vernon, 491. Peneteka Comanche Indians, 53, 55, 59, 68. Penetethka Indians, 9. F~M, Julius A, 92n; William, 183. Penn~ylvania, 505; Delaware Indiam i , n 183; Montgomery County in, 417; University of, 372. "Pens Used in, Signing the Constitution of Oklahoma, by B. B. Chapman, 228. Pensee (Ind. Terry.), postoffice at, a n . Peoria (Okla.), mining camp at, 198, 199, 2Oln. Pequot Indians, 494. Perkins, Fred E., 215; Bishop Walden, 86. Perryman, Benjamin, 4; J. M., 41; Joseph M., 2; Joseph W., 13, 14; Legus C., 2, 13, 16, 34; Sandford, 13, 16. Pesahinlubi, Choctaw Indian, 31. Peters, Dr. ................, 73; Richard, 45611. Petter, Rev. Rodolphe, 40411. Peyote, 127, 192; among Osage Indians,

463.

Phagan, Major John, 273, 274, 276. Pantom Hill (Chickasaw Nation), 39911. Pheasant Hill (Cherokee Nation), Presbyterian Church at, 423. Philbrook Museum, 18511. Philip, John, killing of, 18. Phillips, 11. Milt, 122, 124, 509, 512. Phillips University, 193n. Picher (Okla.), mining camp at. 200-202. Pickens, E., 390; Edmund, 388, 391. Pickens County (Chickasaw Nation), 238, 388, 391, 486. Pickens County Cowpunchers Association, 241. Pickering, Charlotte Ann, 432; Dr. J. H., 432. Pierce, Lillian Maude, 316n. Pierce Institute (Chickasaw Nation), 393. Pjgeon, Joseph, Creek Indian, 33. P ~ k e ,Albert, 59; ZebuLn, 458. "Pin" Indians, 293. Pine Ridge Mission, 420n. Piner, Rev. F. D., 487. PitcNynn, Peter, 25. "Pleasant Grove" (Chickasaw District), Methodist Mission at, 486. 8 Pliley, Capt. A. J., 6 . Pochyla, Miss Marye, 41711. Pottomah, Kiowa Indian, 331. Pohaw-ah, Kiowa Indian, 330. Poinsett, Joel, 176-178. Polk, James K., President of the United Statee, 180. Polk County (Tenn.), 147, 390. Polson Cemetery, 353. Ponca City (Okla.), 462, 507; library at,

355. Pond Creek ( Okla. , 244. Pond King, Seminole Indian, 283. Pontotoc County (Chickasaw Nation), 391, 393. Pontotoc Creek in Mississippi, 483. Poole, Warren, 205. Populist Party, in Kansas, 116; in Oklahoma Territory, 116. Porter, Pleasant, 2, 13, 14, 16, 34, 81; Solob gift of, 126. Portland (Ore.), Lewis & Clark Exposition at, 430. "Postage Rates, United States Domestic," 50P. Postoffice, at El Reno, Okla., 84. Pottowatomie Reservation, 305; Sacred Heart Monastery in, 397. Youncey, Elizabeth, 373. Powell, ................, Seminole Indian, 280; Anita, 3% ; Alzira McCaughey, 39% ; William, 39%Powless, Hattie, Oneida Indian, 430. Presbyterian Church, at White Bead Hill, Chickasaw Nation, 393; at Vinita, 423: Cumberland, at Cane Hill, Ark., 288, 292. Presbyterian missionary, among Chickasaw Indians, 417-419, 486; among Choctaw Indians. 417, 418; among Creek Indians, 417, 419; among Seminole Indians, 270. Presbyterian schools, in Chickasaw Nation, 390, 488, 489. Prescott (Ark.), 303, 307. Preston (Tear.), 484. Price's Prairie (Cherokee Nation), 174. Primus, Seminole interpreter, 277. Princeton, N. J., college at, 155n, 417. Proctor, George, 24; Isaac, 148n. Protestant Episcopal Church of Oklahoma, gift of, 513. Puc-caun-la, Chickasaw "queen", W2n. Pugsley, Mr. & Mrs. Frank, gift of, 126; Frank, gift of, 254. Ful-musky, Seminole Indian, 34.1. P u r d (Okla.), St. Elizabeth Mission at, 415n. Puterbaugh, J. G., gift of, 378.

-QQuakers, 505; in charge of Cheyenne & Arapaho Agency, 20911. Quanah (Tex.), 221. Quantrill's Band in Arkansas, 293. Quapaw (Okla.), mining camp at, 200-

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Quapaw, Lewis, 13. Quapaw Indian sub-agency, Miami, Okla., 491. Quapaw Indians, 8.

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Quenemo (Kan.1, 5 6 0. Queotone, Guy, 321n. Qoesenbury, Majar, 290. Quitain, Kiowa Indian, 328. Railroads. in Oklahoma, 220, 221 ; through Indian Territory, 81. Rainy Mountain School, 4 0 3. Rairdon, Jack T "John Homer Seger: , The Practical Indian Educator," by, 203-216. Ralstin, Menna Leora, 316. Ralston (Okla.), 462, 463. Ramsay, Col. Francis A., 1441. Ramsey, Rev. J. Ross, 419; Rev. James R., 270 ; William Henry, 316. Ranching, in Day County, Okla. Terry., 4; 3. Randolph, H. P., 86; Isham, 393; Mary E., 81; Sarah Ann (n& Tyson), 392, 393; William Colville, 392, 393. Reardon, W. R., 86. Rector, Elias, 54, 57. Red Clay (Tenn.), 137, 145, 158. Red Fork Ranch, 243. "Red Legs", in Arkansas, 293. Red Otter, Kiowa Indian, 328. Reece, Charley, 425; Aunt Katie, 425. Reed, Jim, 426; Simpson, 36; Mrs. Willis C., in. Reese, Susannah, 353. Reid, Alexander, 420; Guy C., 134n. "Remini4cences of an '89er of Oklahoma City," by J. M. Owen, 217-226. Remmers, R. F., gift of, 254, 379. Rennie, James, 39th. Reno, Gen. Jesse L., 402n. Reno City, (Okla. Terry.), 86, 98, 107. Reynolds, Benjamin, Chickasaw agent, 476, 481. "Report to the General Council of the Indian Territory meeting at Okmulgee in 1873, The," by Muriel H. Wright, 7-16. Republicans, in Canadian County, Okla., 98. Revolutionary War, 373. Reynolds, Faith, 292; Lieut. J. G., 281. Rheam, Mary Ann, book review by, 505. Rhodes, Mrs. Joel D., gift of, 380. Rice, Stuart A., gift of, 378, 513. Richardson, Mrs. Ellen Earle, 286x1; J. "John Chouteau," by, 508; T. M , .

Ridge Party of Cherokee Indians, 137, 138. Rife, Capt. Joeyth B 6A, 67. , Riggene, R. L, 75. "Riggs, Lynn, Same Personal Reman-

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Rider, Ellis, 19-22; John, 23, 428; Rachel Smith, 428; Suel, 19-22, 171. Ridge, John, 137, 148x1, 163, 167, 168, 176, 178, 182, 352, 353; Major, 137, 138, l u n , 163, 167, 168, 176, 178, 182, 229, 352, 353; Susie Wickett, 352.

brancem About," by J w p h Btnton, 296391. Riley, F. M., 221; Looney, 426, 427; William H., 92n. Riley's Chapel, 12n, 424. Ripley (Okla.), 432, 433, 437, 438. Roadyback, Eli, 107. Roanoke (Va.), 393. Robb, Esther A., gift of, 513. Roberts, Bob, Creek Indian, 42. Robertson, Alice, 81. Robeson, Mary, 373. Robins, Samuel H., 302; Sarah Catherine, 302; Sarah Turner, 302. Robinson, G. M., gift of, 255, 380; J. C., 489; Washeen, 210. Robinson Academy (Chickasaw Nation), 412. Robitaille, Charley, Wyandot Indian, 491. Robot, Father Isidore, 397, 398, 409. Rock, Marion Tuttle, 83. Rockwood, Imogene Moore, 395; Lewis, 395; Mw. Roy, 395. Roebuck, David, 13. Rogers, C. S., 83, 102, 108; Cleeta J o b , 336; Clem, 292; Mrs. Clem, 291 ; Rev. Daniel, 150n; John, Cherokee Indian, 162, 168, 172, 173; Will, 292; William, 177. Roman Nose Park, 243. Romero, Scout, 66. Roosevelt. Theodore, 433, 439-441. "Roosevelt Rough Riders Association," 438, 441. Rootes, Sarah, 345; Judge Thomas Reade, 345. Rose Hill Cemetery, in Choctaw Nation, 253. Rose Hill Cemetery, in Oklahoma City, Thoburn Monument in, 123, 249, 336. Ross, Andrew, 12n; D. H., 7, 13; Eliza lane, 291; John, 1211, 137-139, 143, 1 4 n , 153, 154, 156, 161, 166-168, 170, 174176, 178182, 229, 288; Joshua, 7, 11-14; Rev. Laverne, 372; Leslie P., 303, 307, 312; Lwis, 13, 154, 288, 291; Lizzie, 426; Muskogee Yargee, 12n; Susan Lowry, 12n; William P., 175, 288, 289, 427. Ross Party of Cherokee Indians, 137-139, 158, 175, 177, 180-182. Ross's Landing, 144. Rossville (Ga.) , 14311. Roubedoux, J. N, Miami Indian, 13. . Rough Riders, 482434, 438, 440, 441. Rowland, Nmnie, 508. Ruble, Mrs. Sue, 336.

Rucker, Mrs. Sarah Cobb, 349. Run of 1889, 118, 218,.219, 22511, 321, 462. r. Runyan, M s Alice, wft of, 126. Rush Springs (Chickasaw Nation), 1 1 1, 240, 4 0 0. Rutherford, S. M., U. S. Marshal, 342; Samuel M., Seminole Agent, 340. Ryan, M y Ellen, "Custer's Hunting Horse, by, 326-335.

Sac & Fox Indians, 8; removal to the West of the, 457. Saqred Heart Monastery, in Oklahoma, 397, 415n. Saddle Mountain Mission, 333. . Salas, Father Juan de, 445. Salina (Cherokee Nation), 15411. Mines, in Cherokee Nation, 162, 163, 165. Salter, Mrs. George W., gift of, 512. Samuel, Mrs. Emmaline, 338. San Diego, Kiowa Indian, 330. San Jacinto Battlefield, 41. San Juan Hill, battle of, 433, 4-34.. Sanders, George, 229; Sylvester Johnson, 316. Sands, Creek Indian, 34. Santa Fe (N. M.),299. Santa Fe Trail, 60, 458. Sapulpa (Okla.) , 221. Sasakwa (Seminole Nation), 341. Sasakwa Female Academy, 270. Satanta, Kiowa Indian, 65, 69. Sauls, Mary Celia, 374. Saunders, Blanche, 225n; Byron, 22511; Ellen Simms, 225n; Lucy, 225n; William, 225n. Savannah (Ga.) , 147n. Sawyer, Hamiln W., 107; S. W., 83, 86, 9 1 , 100; W. F., 84. 51 Scales, J. A., 13; James B., 86; James P., 84, 102. Scatter, Cherokee Indian, 24. Schermerhorn, Rev. Mr. ................, 154n, 156; John F., 274. Schmidt, Prof. William G., 297. Schoenmakers, Rev. John, 459. Schoolcraft, Henry R., 194n. Schooler, Rev. Don, 372. Schweintz, Christian Frederick de, 147n. Scott, A. C., 118; Mrs. Ella, 291; George, 270; H. V., 303; Hugh L., 401n; Lambert, 36; Gen. Winfield, 137. Scout, Kiowa Indian, 326-335. Scraggs, Finch P., 238. Seabolt, Francis Marion, 428; Joseph, 24; Richard, 24. "Seal o the Cherokee Nation," by Muriel f H. Wright, 134-140.

"Seal of the Chiqkasaw Nation, The Great," by Muriel H. Wright, 388-391. "Seal of the Muscogee Nation, The Great," by Muriel H. Wright, 2-6. "Seal of the Seminole Nation," by Muriel H. Wright, pp. 262-271. Sealy, Benjamin, trader, 390. Seaman, William, 99. Sears, Dr. Alfred, 250. Seger, Bessie, 212; Genevieve, 122, 124, 126, 212n, 243, 252, 510, 511; Harry, 212; James, 212; James Ll~yd,21211; Johf, 212; "John Homer: The Practical Indian Educator," by Jack T. Rairdon, 20%216; Jud, 212; Lena, 212; Mary Esther Nicklos, 212; Neatha, 212. Seger Indian School, 216. Sei.ds, Dr. Fred C., 228. Se-loh, Kiowa Indian, 330. Seminole Battalion, 266. Seminole Freedmen, 268. Seminole Indians, 9; allotment of land to, 270; Baptist missionaries among, 210, 285n; in Civil War, 266; in Confederate Army, 266, 285; in Florida, 158, 262265, 270, 272; in Union Army, 266; Methodist missionaries among, 270; per capita payment to, 341, 342; Presbyterian missionaries among, 270; religious rites of, 262; removal to the West of the, 262, 26% 265, 272, 275, 277, 278; schools for, 270, 285; slaves of, 278, 284. Seminole Land & Townsite Company, 310. "Seminole Light Horse, Organization of," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 340-344. Ferninole Nation, government of, 268; laws of, 268, 2i0, 343; map of, 269; outlaws in,. 342; "Seal of the," by Muriel H. Wright, 262-271; "The Jumper Family of the," by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 272-285. Seminole Treaty of 1833, 264; of 1866, 266. Seminole War of 1817-18, 263; of 1835, 264; Second, 276. "Seneca-Cayuga Green Corn Ceremonial Feast," by VeIma Nieberding, 231-234. Seneca Indian School, 491. Seneca Indians, 8, 490; clans of, 232; dress of, 234; Green Corn Dance, 491; tobacco raised by, 233. Sequoyah, 138, 142, 149n, 173, 288; alphabet invented by, 134, 136, 139, 142, 155n; saline of, 166. Sequoyah District (Cherokee Nation), 24. Seventh Cavalry, 65. Severs, F. B., 43; Frederick B., 292. Severy, Calvin L., 102 Sewell family, 126. Sewell Ranch, 244. Sexton, Rev. Jacob, 289.

Shaffer, Sherman, 218. Shaw, A. P, 340; David E., 350; Gilbert, Shawnee. (Okla.) , 371-372 Shawnee Indians, 154n, 280, 45611; Absentee, 9; Bread Dance, 491; Eastern; 8. Shawneetown (Kan. ) , 508. Shearer, Phede B., 316. Shelby, Orville, 93, 95. Shelton, James, Creek Indian, 13. Sheridan, General Philip H., 63-65, 70, 114, 332, 401n, 402n; quarters of, 243. Sherly, Thomas, Creek Indian, 36. Sherman (Tex.), 393. Sherman, General William T., 63, 332 Shimer, Henry P., 100n, 102. Shirk, George H., 122, 124, 234, 252, 253, 349, 484, 510, 510; book review by, 121, 246, 248, 503, 507; gifts of, 254 378, 512; "An 1839 Defense of the American Indian," by, 491. Shirk, Mrs. John H., gift of, 513. Shirley, Jane Patillo, 399n; Dr. John, 399n, 413n; Kate, 3%. Shoney, Alfred, 13. Shorter, H. L., gift of, 379. Sierra Jumanos (Wichita Mountains), 445. Sill, Gen. Joshua W., 41)ln. Silver, in California, 451. Silver City ( Ind. Teny. ) , 240, 411. Silver Lake, near Bartlesvllle, Okla., 4 0 6. Simpson, E. J., 93. Singing Tree, Kiowa Indian, 328. Sioux Indians, 60. Situwakee, Cherokee Indians, 152n. Six Nations of Indians, 456x1. Skullyville (Choctaw Nation), 31. Slaves of Seminole Indians, 284. Sleeth, Mrs. Emma DeKnight, 332. Slotkin, Dr. J. S., gift of, 127. Smith, Col. ................, 156; A. J., Chickasaw Agent, 485; Agnes Fields, 428; Albert, 39811; Archilla, 22, 428; Cabin, 428; Charles, 22, 428; "Doc", 437; Eli, 193; Eliza, 428; Elizabeth, 428; Dr. Herman K., 344; Mrs. Ira, gift of, 515; James M. C., 13, 15; Jesse W., 214; Joe, 42; John, 168, 172, 428; Lunsey, 42; Margaret Hendricks, 428 ; Philip A., 411 ; Mrs. Philip (Charlotte), 338; Rachel, 428; Rev. Ralston, 118; Samuel Houston, 428; Thomas, 316n ; Mrs. Tom C., 372. Smock, Mozelle. 374. Sneed, General R. A., 255. Socialists, in Oklahoma Territory, 437. Society of Friends, 505. South Carolina, Cherokee treaty signed in, 136; Revolutionary War in, 373; Yamassee Tribe in, 279.

433.

Spanish American War, 433, 434; Oklahoman lost life in, 244. "Spanish 'Arrastra' in the Wichita Mountains, A," by W. Eugene Hollon, 443455.

Spanish Arrastra in McClain County, Okla., 484. Spear, Archibald, 169; Jameo, 169. Spears, Mary, 373. Speed, Col. Horace K., Jr., gift of, 514. Spencer Academy, 27, 417, 419, 4 0 2. Spicer, Little Tom, Seneca chief, 4 0 @. Spinning Wheels, in Cherokee Nation, 165. Spots, David L., 67, 69, 114. Spring Place (Ga.), 147; Moravian Church at, 353. Springplace Mission, 135, 14711. Springs, Aha C., 86. Spybuck, Ernest, Shawnee Indian, 192. St. Augustine (Fla.), 280, 281. St. Elizabeth Mission, at Purcell, Okla., 415n. St. Gregory's Abbey, at Shownee, Okla., 397. St. John's College, 302. St. Louis (Okla.), mining camp at, 200. St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad, 81, 221. St. Mary Academy, Sacred Heart Mission, 416. St. Patrick's Mission, 415n. St. Paul (Kan.), 411. St. Xavier Academy at Denison, Tex., 393, 3% 9. Straig, M s Charles Stuart, 81; Gertrude r. Lee Foreman, 81. Stallings, Mrs. Harry, 336. Stambaugh, S. C., 274. Stanley, Martin L,84, 93, 95, 100. Stapler, Lizzie, 426. Stark, Mrs. N. P., 29; Rev. Oliver P., 29. Starr, Bean, 22; Belle, 425, 426; Buck, 22; Ellis, 21, 23; James, 19, 20, 22, 171, 427; Jim, 23; Maggie, 291; Sam, 23, 292, 425; Thomas, 21, 23; Tom, 22, 292, 425-427; Washington, 21-23; William, 22, 23. Starr Gang, 171. Steiner, Abraham, 147n. Stephens, J. H., 303, 3 8 0. Stephens County (Okla.), 238, 239, 400. Stewart, S. A., 221. Stidham, G. W., 34. Stiles, Capt. Daniel F., 118. Stillwater (Okla.) , schoob of, 315-317. Stillwater (Okla. Terry.), A Letter from, Written in 1885, by One of the Oklahoma Boomers," 349-351. Stilwell, Jack, Scout, 408, 409. Stinson, W. R., gift of, 254. Stitch, Eva E., 316n.

Stokes, Montfort, 163, 169, 172, 175, 176,

179, 274. Stone, W. M 91. , Stone quarry, in Cherokee Strip, 218. "Story of an Oklahoma Cowboy, William McGinty and His Wife, The," by Leslie A. McRill, 432-442. Stroud (Okla.), 254. Stuart, Rev. Thomas C., 3. 9 3 1 Stubbs, Frances, 373; William, 373. Su&n (Okla.), 238. Sullivan, George, 36; Mrs. Jessy, gift of,

Tennessee R h r , ferry on, 14111. Temm Ffoptier Battllion, 329. Texas, Chisbdm Trail in, 241; l a b in, 26, 53, 54; Kiowa Indian raids in, 328,

329.

Texas Infantry, 370. T e r n Panhmdle, 61. Thatcher, Jennie Ethel, 316; Jessie Olive, 316. Thobum. J o s e ~ hB.. 3 4 375. 512: "At 5. ~ o n q - & k with;" by Elm& L lfraker, . 4452; portrait of, 249, 331; Memorial to, 123, 253, 375; "Monument to State 255. Historian Erected under the Auspices Sulphur Springs (Tex.) , 370. of the Oklahoma Historical Society," by Summers, J. L, 75. Edgar S. Vaught, 336-337. Summer, Colonel, 402. Thoburn, Mary E, 376. Sun Dance, Kiowa, 327. Sunnyside (Okla.), mining camp at, 200. Thomas, Maj. George H., 54, 55. Thompson, Anna, 291; Eliza Christine, Sunshine, Spade, 428. 291; Miss F. R., 420; Harry E, 320; Sunthlarpe, Euchee Indian, 35. James, 83, 9(h, 92, 101, 105; John 0.. Swamps, in Florida, 276. gift of, 379; Rev. Joseph Franklin, 291, Sweezy, "Carl, Arapaho Artist.," by Althea 292; Lewis E., 334; Maria Ann, 291; Bass, 429, 431 ; Fieldie, 429 ; Frank, 431 ; Miss Nan, 291; General Wiley, 275, 276. Hattie Powless, 430; M r , 431. ay Thorn, John, 21. Thorndike, Joseph J., Jr., 247. Thornton, Charles, killing of, 19; John, T. E. Ranch, near Cody, Wyo., 120. photograph of, 379. Tahlequah (Okla.) , 2852%. Tieman, Mrs. ............, of Anadarko, OWa., Tahlequah (Cherokee Nation), 10, 138; 48 0. Baptist Church in, 150n; first school in, Tiger, Moty, Creek Indian, 34, 36; Thomas, Creek Indian, 36. 418; traders at, 165. Ta-ka-to-ka, Cherokee Indian, 23. Tinker, Louis, Osage Indian, 463. Ta-ka-to-ka, (Cherokee Nation), 172, 175. Tinklepaugh, V. D 86. , Tamenend, Delaware chief, 183. Tinsawatti Chuqh, 150n. Tishomingo, Chickasaw chief, 388, 483. Tammany Society, 183. Tishomingo (Chickasaw Nation), 388, 391. Fa) Tampa ( l . , 278. Tobacco Will, Cherokee Indian, 173. Tampa Bay (Fla.), 281. Tobin, Dr. ............, agency physician, 408. ., Taos Agency (N. M ) 457. Tape-da-ha, Kiowa Indian, 328, 330. To-Hauson, Kiowa Indian, 328. Tohopikalega Lake, 278. Tapley, Viola Amanda, 506. Tohskeege (Cherokee Nation East), 17. Tar River (Okla.), mining camp at, 200. Tarlton, Leslie, ILK). Tokpafka Town (Creek Nation 1, 484. Tom, Seminole Indian, 282. Tarpe, Smtih, Creek Indian, 36. Tarsfecha, Creek Indian, 36. Tompkins, J. G., 100; James G %n. , Tatum, Tate, 4 4 Tonihka, John, Choctaw Indian, 31. Tonkawa Indians, 55, 60. Tauankia, Kiowa Indian, 328. Topeka (Kan.), 117. Tawokonie Indians 9, 26. Taylor, Capt. ........ 303; Baxter, 122, Topulka, Chickasaw Indian, 474n. ...,..., 124, 125, 252, 377, 511; Beseie Bob, Toshewa, Penateka Comanche Indian, 60. 374; James, 23; Mary, 316n; Richard, Towasi, ................ Indian, 68. 152n; Susan, 42T, 428; Col. Zachary, Townsites, in Oklahoma Temtory, 88. 280Traders, in Cherokee Nation, 161,163, 165; with Osage Indians, 458. Teague, A. Q., 340. Trail of Tears, 137. Teehee, George, 24; Stephen, 24. Treaty, at Ihakide, 391; of 1832, 4; of Ten Bears, Comanche chief, 69. F~klin, 467; of Indian Springs, 3, 4; Tennessee, Cherokee hrdians in, ,158, 159; of New Ecbota, 178, 182, 352, 353; of Chickasaw Indians in, 390; Indians in, Pontotoc, 391, 478-483. 468; Polk County, 147n, 390; UniverTreaty P r y (Cheroka Nation), 175, at sity of, 370. 177, 179, 182. Tenncsaee Mounted Volunteers, 1414.

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Tritton, Claud, 440. Tsa-To-Kee, Kiowa Indian, 326; Monroe, 31 3. Tucksbatchec Town (Creek Nation), 36. T f s John Q, 239. ut, Tullahasbee Mission, 419.

Tulsa (Okla.), 5. "Tulsa Jack", 437.

Turkey, Amanda, 233. Turkey Foot Ranch Crossing, 219. Turkeys, in Chickasaw Nation, 304; in Indian Territory, 303. Turner, Joseph, 420. Tuskenuggee, Halleck, 285. Tustenuchay, Tupekian, Seminole Indian, 285. Tussy, Henry B, 238-239; Jacob, 238; E l i Colbert, 238; Mary, 238. " T w y Community Near Wildhorse Creek, named for Henry B. Tussy, Pioneer Ranqher in the Chickasaw Nation," by Muriel H. Wright, 238-239. Tuttle (Okla.), 240. Twiggs, Gen. David, 55; Cen. D. E., 283. Twightwee Indians, 45th. Tyler, Bert, gift of, 379; John, President of the United States, 180. Tyson, Charlotte, 393; James, 393; Sarah, 392-393.

\a& 'u, Etta, 316; Lucy Saunders, 225n; Thomas, 225x1; T k r s Arthur, 225x1. Vaught, Edgu S., $22, 123,249. 252, 375, 510; "Monument to State Hlstonul, Dr. Joseph B. Thobum, Erected Under of the Aus~icicas & Oklahoma Historical Society, by, 336337. Velma (Chickasaw Nation), 238, 239. Villines, W. A., gift of, 126. Fining (Kan.), 224. Vinita (Okla.), 418, 4.23, 5 8 0. Vinita (Cherokee ;Nation), newspaper at,

253,

35.

Virginia Intermont College, 372. Volz, Mrs. John J., gift of, 379. Wa-ca-mo, Sac & -Fox Iadian, 13. Waco (Ind. Terry.), postoffice at, 408n. Waco Indians, 9. Wahoo Swamp, 276. Walker, Paul A., "Oklahoma Senatorial Trees at the Nation's Capitol, The," by, S 3 4 0 ; Phillip, Seminole chief, 268; Mrs. Tom, 508; William, Wyandot Indian, 7, 13, 491; William W., 3%. Wallaqeburg (Ark. i , 303. U'altman, 0. W., 73. Walton, Jack, 123, 376. Wano, Pete, ................, 398. W apanucka Academy, 390, 4 17-419, 422, 423, 488, 489. War Between the states, 348; Cherokee Indians in, 293, 353; Creek Indians in, 4, 9, 15, 34; Fort Cobb during, 57; Kansas Infantry Volunteers in, 79. Warren (Ark.), 372. Washbourne, Rev. Cephaq 290. R'ashburn College (Kan.) , 117. Rashburn, Harriet Fulsom, 425. Washington, Freddie, Delaware Indian, 185, 18'7; Joe, Delaware Indian, 185, 187. Washington County (Okla.) , Delaware Big House in, 184. washington Irving Tour, 126. Washita County (Okla.), 212. Washita River, first bridge on, 39%. Wass, Napoleon B., 92. Waters, George Frederick, 316. Watie, Buck, 353; Christian David, 353; Galagina, 353; Sarah Caroline Be& 353; Stand, 137, 139, 168, 170, 171, 174, 177, 182, 292, 352353; Susanna Charity, 353; Watt, 292. Watonga ( OWa. i , 506. Watson, Thomas A., Choctaw Indian, 32. Wattan (Carl Sweey) , Arapaho Indian, 49 2.

L'nion Army, Seminole Indians in, 266. Union Memorial Hall, Oklahoma Historical Society, gifts to, 255. Union Theological Seminary (Va.), 155n. United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter 1181, Oklahoma City, gift of, 255; Oklahoma Division of, 353. University, of Arkansas, 371; of California, 512; of Oklahoma, 228, 296, 303; of Pemsylvania, 372 ; of Tennessee, 370; of Virginia, 512. United States Land Office, Guthrie, Okla. Terry., 222.

Vaill, William, 459. Valley Town (Tenn.1, 15011. Van Eaton, C. W., 74. irance, Effie M., 220, 225; James M., 220, 224. Vandsment, Mrs. P. B., 336. Vann, Benjamin, 23; David, 289; Delilah Amelia, 147n; Dick, 37 ; Elizabeth, 147n; John, 37, 169; John R., 292; Joseph, 1% 179; "Rich Joe," 147% 23011. V m Houne, in Georgia, 230. Varnum, Sarah B 420n. , Vaahon, George, Cherokee went, 476.

W'rtrera Mrs. Ruth, Wyandotte Indian,

Wan& Frank A, 317, 3 9 1. Waorikr ( O b ) , historial marker near,

41 9.

Mrs. Lorna, 250.

Webh, A. L 220. , Wesley, John, 3 0 9.

Mbion, ferry near, 37.

Wesley, John, Seminole Indian, 2 0 7. West, Ellie, 2 . 1 Westfa!i, Dr. ...........,... 82 w e s m m t e r college (idton, MO.), CU,

46 2.

Wewoka (Seminole Nation), 341. Wewoka W o n , no. Wheeler, Dorsey Caroline, 316; John F , home of in Georgia, 230. -key, in Choctaw Nation, 25, 2 , 28; 7 in Creek Nation, 33. W t a k e r Orphans Home, picture of, 255. White, Jonas, Choctaw Indian, 1 . 3 White Bead Hl (Chickasaw Nation), il 393, 394, 398, 416. White Cross, Joseph, Seneca Indian, 1 . 3 White Killer, Cherokee Indian, 2 . 3 White Path, Cherokee chief, 1 2 5. U-biteside, W. H., 83. Whitewing, Lewis, 2 1 3. Whitmore, Ellen, 289, 290. Wichita (Kan.), 1 7 1. Wichita Agency, 53, 55, 5 , 60, 62, 399n. 9 Wichita County, Chickasaw District (Choctaw Nation 1, 486. Widrita Falls (Tex.), 8 . 1 Wichita Indians, 9, 53, 55, 57, 60, 6 , 355, 2 356. Wichita Mountains, 53, M; "A Spanish 'Arrastra' in the," by W. Eugene Hollon, 443-455; mining in, .%, 453. Wichita Mountruns Wddhfe Refuge, 113, 242. Wichita Resewation National Park, 223. Wichita Village, Battle of, 240. Wickett, Smie, 352 Wilcox, Edward S., 2 4 5. Wild Cat, Seminole Indian, 265, 266, 281284 Wild Glme, in Chickasaw Nation, 239,304. Fl,Hmrg, 221. il Willcy, Hiiery, 312. Williams, B1.ir Staunton, 378; Pink, 245;

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Williamson, Mre. Joe, 336; Mac Q., 34 9. W i VJ1 (Cherokee Nation East), 1. 2 UWtownaduron (A13, 44 2. Wilson, M h A Fbnnce, 290, 293; C. H . , of Wapmucka Academy, 420,

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108,

ert, 31; William, Choctaw dent, 420. Wingo, Myrtle Garner, 77. W i b a g o Indians, 1%n. Wit, Capt. Theodore, 402n. Win fence, in Chickasaw Nation, 239. Withington, W. R, book review by, 504. Wolf, Thomas Blackcoat, Cherokee Indian, 418n. Woman's Heart, Kiowa war chief, 3 . % Rood, Mrs. Ana, 302; Beulah, 303; Dudr. ley, 303; Edna, 303; M s H. Robert, "Virgil Andrew Wood," by, 302-314; Homa, 303; James, 302; Mary Turner, 302; Minnie, 303; Okla, 303; R D., 91, 100; Robert H, 303; Sarah Cather51 ine, 302; Verda, Virgil 303; "Virgil Andrew, M.D. , by Mrs. H. Robert Wood, 302-314 Woodall, Andy, 3 8 2. Xroodley, John Cottingham, 373; Mary Ann, 373; Mary John, 3 3 7. Wool, Gen. John E, 144n. Woolaroc Museum, 1 5 8. Worcester, Samuel Austin, 15511, 1 9 288; 5, home in Georgia of, 229. Worcester, Sarah, 290. Wray, Otto, 7 . 6 Wright, Henry, Wyandotte Indian, 491; Hugh, Wyandot Indians, 491; J. B., gift of, 255; W. S., %. Wright, Muriel H., 125, 240, 242, 243, 253; "A History of Fort Cobb," by, 5371; book review by, 246-248; gift of, 255, 512; "Seal of the Seminole Nation," o by, 262271; "The Report t the General Council of the Indian Temtory Meeting 83" at Okmulgee in 1 7 , by, 3-16;'Tussy Community near Wildhorse Creek, named for Henry B. Tussy, Pioneer Rancher in the Chickasaw Nation," by, 238-239; "Jessie Elizabeth Randolph Moore of the Chickasaw Nation," by 3923%; "Notes on Events Leading to the Chickyaw Treaties of Franklin and Pontotoc, by, 465-483. Wurtz, John S., gift of, 1 6 2. Wyandot M a n s , 9, 456n; history of, 490; removal to Indian Temtory of, 4 1 9. "Wyandot Tribe Today," by Velma Nieberding, 4 W 1 . Wyly, Robert Fletcher, 292; W. Buff, 291. Wyoming, mining camp in, 452.

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Ya-har-chupe, Seminole Indian, 285. Yahola, Judge Nocw 35. Yaholar, Fus, 36. Yamassee Tribe, 265, 279. John, CaddoDelawue Indian, 463; Julia Yamparika Comanche Indians, 64. Hickam, 31; S. H 4 9 S.muel Rob- Yargee, Muekogee, 1 n , 8; 2.

Ys-rb-hmu-tone, Kiowa Indian, 3 8 2. Yoh&, chit-, b h l e I n d b , n& Yohdu, Catcher* Creek Indian, 3& Yont, Junes B, 75. . Young, Laura, 316; Col. William C 59. , Young Wolfe, Chemkee Indian, 288. Younger, Cole, 626. Younuer'e Bend. 425, 426.

Yeagsr, Dick, 30&.

-ZI ~ c W ~ n d o t tw m , el: Lw* rmce, Wyu~detchief, 490, 491. Zeisbcrgerv David, 14611. be-,, 75. G, W Zinc, in Oklahoma, 193; in Mimuti, 193;

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