The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 394 pages of information about The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War.

Adams, C. W:  333

Ah-pi-noh-to-me:  108, footnote

Aldrich, Cyrus:  225, footnote, 229, footnote

Alexander, A. M:  267, footnote

Allen’s Battery:  146

Allen County (Kans.):  82, footnote

Aluktustenuke:  94, footnote, 108, footnote

Amnesty Proclamation:  322

Anderson, Mrs. Mabel Washbourne:  work cited in footnotes on pages 127, 130, 138, 194, 197, 271, 272, 288

Anderson, S. S:  265, footnote

Arapahoes:  274, footnote

Arizona Territory:  61-62

Arkadelphia (Ark.):  261

Arkansans:  circulate malicious stories about Pike, 160, footnote; lawless, 264; unable to decide arbitrarily about Indian movements, 326

Arkansas:  regards McCulloch as defender, 15; Van Dora’s requisition for troops, 25; Federals occupy northern, 34; Pike to call for aid, 36; attack from direction of, expected, 48; left in miserable plight by Van Dorn, 128; army men exploited Pike’s command, 150; R.W.  Johnson serves as delegate from, 175; R.W.  Johnson becomes senator from in the First Congress, 176; Thomas B. Hanly, representative from, introduces bill for establishment of Indian superintendency, 176; disagreeable experiences of Indians in, 177; Pike recommends separation of Indian Territory from both Texas and, 179; unsafe to leave interests of Indian Territory subordinated to those of, 246; political squabbles in, 249, footnote; Indian Home Guards not intended for use in, 259; privilege of writ of habeas corpus suspended, 269; Blunt and Curtis want possession of western counties, 325

Arkansas and Red River Superintendency:  181; territorial limits, 177; officials, 177-178; restrictions upon Indians and white men, 178; Pike recommends organization, 179; Cooper seeks appointment as superintendent, 179

Arkansas Military Board:  15, 16

Arkansas Post (Ark.):  loss of, 270

Arkansas River:  mentioned, 165, 192, 194, 216, 268, footnote, 272, footnote, 295; Pike’s headquarters near junction with Verdigris, 22; Pike to call troops to prevent descent, 36; Indian refugees reach, 85; Indians flee across, 135; Campbell to examine alleged position of enemy south, 136; Federals in possession of country north of, 198; Stand Watie and Cooper pushed below, 220; Phillips to hold line of, 251; Schofield desires control of entire length of course, 260; Blunt patrolling, 293; Stand Watie to move down, to vicinity of Fort Smith,

271, footnote; Osages, Pottawatomies, Cheyennes, and others to gather on, 274-275, footnote; natural line of defence, 315; seizure of supply boat on, 327

Arkansas State Convention:  16

Arkansas Volunteers:  60, footnote

Armstrong Academy (Okla.):  meeting of Indian General Council at, 317; unfortunate delay of Scott in reaching, 320; Southern Indians renew pledge of loyalty to Confederate States at, 323

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