The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 459 pages of information about The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War.

Martin’s Regiment:  308, footnote

Marysville (Okla.):  112

Matthews, John:  incensing Osages and Cherokees against U.S. government, 47, footnote; death, 53 and footnote; had commission from McCuIloch, 54, footnote

Maxey, Samuel B:  assigned to command of Indian Territory, 311; project for sweeping reforms, 315 and footnote; delivers address at Armstrong Academy council, 320

and footnote; thinks Indians best adapted for irregular warfare, 326; cooeperates with Price willingly, 326-327; rulings, 329-330, footnote; sets up printing-press for propaganda work, 330; speaks in own defense, 334; superseded by Cooper, 334

Maysville (Ark.):  131, 197

Maremec River (Mo.):  27

Methodist Episcopal Church South:  236, footnote

Mexican War:  70; Roane’s conduct in, criticised by Pike, 149

Mexico:  Lane in, 42, footnote; teams hauling cotton to, 266, footnote

Miamies:  77, footnote

Mico Hatki:  62, footnote, 64, footnote, 108,
footnote, 234

Middle Boggy (Okla.):  152, 296

Miles, W. Porcher:  278, footnote

Mills, James K.:  113

Mississippi River:  14, footnote, 26, footnote, 34, 268, footnote

Missouri:  17, 173, footnote; decisive result of Battle of Pea Ridge, 13; expected Confederacy to force situation for her, 18; requisition upon, for troops, 25; relief planned by Van Dorn, 26, 34; Indians to cut off supplies from, 35; fight for, on border, 43-44; troops from Kansas called to, 48; Denver served in, 70; activity of secessionists, 110; Payton, senator from, 176, footnote; Hindman and others plan to reenter southwest, 194, 218; Delaware Reservation not far distant from, 206; Martin refuses to consider refugees living upon impoverished people of, 217-218; political squabbles in, 249, footnote; Watie succeeds in entering southwestern, 312; Boudinot suggests arrangements for, 317, footnote

Missouri Commandery:  work cited, 148, footnote

Missouri River:  53

Missouri State Guard:  17, 158

Missouri State Guards:  Eighth Division, 130, footnote

Missourians:  customary fighting methods during period of border warfare, 17, 44; refugee, in Lane’s Kansas Brigade, 51; inroads resented by various tribes, 77, footnote; intent upon ignoring First Indian Expedition, 119, footnote; battalion of, at Locust Grove, 131

Mitchell, Robert B:  appointment by Robinson, 46, footnote; raises volunteers to go against Indians, 46, footnote; needed by Halleck, 101 and footnote

Mix, Charles E:  52, footnote, 60, 208, footnote

“Moderates”:  304, footnote

Mograin, Charles:  207, footnote, 241, footnote

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