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.

Longtown Creek (Okla.):  295, footnote

Louisiana:  portion included within Trans-Mississippi District, 20; requisition upon, for troops, 25; portion included within Trans-Mississippi Department, 192 and footnote; western, detached from Trans-Mississippi Department, 246

Love, William DeLoss:  work cited in footnotes on pages 118, 138

Lower Creeks:  62, footnote

Lyon, Nathaniel:  work to be repeated, 14; insight into Indian character, 48; death, 49

McClellan, George B:  13, 75, footnote, 96

McClish, Fraser:  62, footnote

McCulloch, Ben:  refuses to cooeperate with Price, 14, 56; takes position in Arkansas, 15; relations with leading Confederates in Arkansas and Missouri, 16; little in common with Price, 17; indifference towards Missouri, 18; proceeds to Richmond to discuss matters in controversy, 19; driven back into northwestern Arkansas, 26; death, 31, 34; had approved of using Indians against Kansas, 31, footnote; commission from, found on John Matthews, 54, footnote; had diverted Pike’s supplies, 147-148

McCulloch, Henry E:  in command of Northern Sub-district of Texas, 302; opinion of conditions in Indian Territory, 306, footnote

McCurtain, J:  312, footnote

McDaniel, James:  231, footnote

McDonald, Hugh:  173, footnote

McGee’s Residence:  47, footnote

McIntosh, Chilly:  25, 62, footnote, 152

McIntosh, D.N:  colonel in command of First Creek Regiment, 25; arrives at Camp Stephens, 32; under orders to advance up Verdigris toward Santa Fe road, 152; conduct as commander, 285, footnote; commanded First and Second Creek at Honey Springs, 288

McIntosh, James:  29, footnote; death, 31, 34; defeated
Opoeth-le-yo-ho-la in Battle of Chustenahlah, 79

McIntosh, Unee:  62, footnote

McIntosh, William:  255, footnote

Mackey’s Salt Works (Okla.):  325

McNeil, John:  297 and footnote, 305

Magazine Mountains:  266, footnote

Magruder, John Bankhead:  to command Trans-Mississippi Department, 186; delay, 186, footnote; appointment, rescinded, 187; orders Bankhead to Steele’s assistance, 291-292; proposes consolidation of commands for recovery of Forts Smith and Gibson, 302; tries to deprive Steele of white force, 306, 311, footnote; wants Indian Territory attached to Texas, 306, footnote

Manypenny, George W:  221

Marmaduke, John S:  251, 327

Marston, B.W:  329, footnote

Marque and Reprisal Law:  21

Martial Law:  162 and footnote

Martin, George W:  work cited, 59, footnote

Martin, H.W:  entrusted with mission by Coffin, 122 and footnote, 133; opinion regarding refugees, 209, 217-218; arrangements for inter-tribal council, 273, footnote

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