The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War eBook

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Fort Smith Papers:  work cited, 150, footnote

Fort Towson (Okla.):  330

Fort Washita (Okla.):  15, 60, footnote, 303, footnote

Fort Wayne (Okla.):  in Delaware District of Cherokee Nation, 197; battle of, October 22, 1862, 197, 211, 216, 249

Fort Wise (Colo.):  152

Foster, R.D:  47, footnote

Foster, Robert:  47, footnote

Foulke, William Dudley:  work cited, 43, footnote

Fourteenth Kansas Cavalry:  322

Fourteenth Missouri State Militia:  113

Fourth Kansas Volunteers:  117, footnote

Franklin County (Kans.):  50, footnote

Fremont, John C:  removal of, 13; sends out emergency call for men, 48; failure to support Lyon, 49; no cooerdination of parts of army

of, 56; emancipation proclamation, 57; put in charge of Department of Mountain, 96

Frontier Guards:  45, footnote

Fuller, Perry:  88 and footnote, 211, footnote, 212, 233

Furnas, Robert W:  105, footnote; letter to Dole, 107-108; becomes ranking officer in field, 143; made commander of Indian Brigade, 144

Gamble, Hamilton R:  119, footnote, 249, footnote, 260

Gano, Richard M:  306, footnote, 332

Gano’s Brigade:  306, footnote

Garland, A.H:  148, footnote, 270, footnote

Garland, Samuel:  312, footnote, 321

Gillpatrick, Doctor:  sent under flag of truce to Ross, 135; bearer of verbal instructions, 193, 217, footnote; death, 271

Granby (Mo.):  lead mines, 20; abandoned, 20, footnote; plan for recovery, 194

Grand Falls:  47, footnote

Grand River (Okla.):  284; Cowskin Prairie on, 119; Second Indian Home Guards to examine country, 126; Salomon places Indians as corps of observation on, 142, 144;

Grand Saline (Okla.):  112, 131, footnote, 139

Grayson County (Texas):  190

Great Father:  46, footnote, 240-241, footnote, 272-273, footnote

Greene, Francis Vinton:  work cited, 14, footnote

Greenleaf Prairie (Okla.):  272

Greeno, H.S:  136, 137

Greenwood, A.B:  222, footnote

Guerrillas:  Indian approved by Pike, 22 and footnote, 112; not present in Sherman’s march, 44; Halleck interested in suppression of, 101; operations checked by Hindman in Indian Territory, 194; Quantrill and, raid Black Bob lands and Olathe, 205; policy of Confederate government towards, 205, footnote; attacks disturb Shawnees, 236, footnote; raid Cherokee refugee camp on Drywood Creek, 213-214; everywhere on Indian frontier, 260; perpetrate Baxter Springs Massacre, 304; are recruiting stations in certain counties of Missouri, 304, footnote

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