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.

Lawrenceburg (Ind.):  43, footnote

Lawrence Republican:  58, footnote

Leased District (Okla.):  181-182, 198

Leavenworth Daily Conservative:  58, footnote

Lee, Robert E:  186, footnote, 187

Lee, R.W:  307, footnote

Leeper, Matthew:  authorized to enlist men, 173, footnote; departs for Texas, 183; murder, 183

Leetown (Ark.):  30, 31

Leroy (Kans.):  86, 229, 239 and footnote; arrangements for keeping cattle, 54, footnote; Lane builds stockades, 55; council held by Cutler at, 62, footnote; substituted for Humboldt as place for council, 69; sessions of council, 69-70; Indian Brigade left, for Humboldt, 115, footnote; Weer returns to, 121; some Quapaws at, 204, footnote; Osages at, 207; Blunt thinks refugees not properly cared for, 215; Dole negotiates with Osages at, 239 and footnote

Lexington (Mo.):  52, footnote, 55

Limestone Gap:  111, footnote

Limestone Prairie:  328

Lincoln, Abraham:  71, 72 and footnote, 211, footnote; suggests Hunter’s falling back, 13; calls for volunteers, 41; approached by Phelps and Blair, 49; popularity asserted, 54, footnote; fears Fremont’s supineness, 56; Lane urged to seek interview with, 58; appointment of Cameron mistake, 60; attention solicited by Dole, 61; sickness in family, 76, footnote; refugees appeal to, 87 and footnote; estimate of Halleck, 96; protests to, against appointment of Denver, 97; wires Halleck to defer assignment of Denver, 97-98; responsible for Blunt’s promotion, 107, footnote; Ross to intercede with, 192, footnote; inquires into practicability of occupying Cherokee country, 216; selects Schofield to succeed Curtis, 260; Amnesty Proclamation distributed among Indians, 322

Lindsay’s Prairie:  216

Linn County (Kans.):  101, footnote

Lipans:  274, footnote

Little Arkansas River:  275, footnote

Little Bear:  240, footnote

Little Bear Band of Osages:  238, footnote

Little Blue River (Okla.):  151, footnote

Little Boggy (Okla.):  112

Little Osage River:  45, 52

Little Rock (Ark.):  36, 63, footnote, 190; Van Dorn assumes command at, 25; Hindman assumes command at, 128; Hindman orders Pike to move part of forces to, 147; Scott endeavours to interview Holmes in, 299

Livermore, William Roscoe:  work cited in footnotes on 260, 269, 270

Locust Grove (Okla.):  skirmish at, 33, 131-132; Clarkson’s commissary captured at, 138; defeat of Confederates at, counted heavily against Pike, 161

Lo-ka-la-chi-ha-go:  109, footnote

Lo-ga-po-koh:  109, footnote

Long Tiger:  103, footnote

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