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

Moneka:  46, footnote

Montgomery, James:  15 and footnote, 45, 53, footnote

Moonlight, Thomas:  322

Moore, Charles:  206, footnote

Moore, Frank:  work cited in footnotes on pages 83, 84, 135, 184, 257, 287

Moore, Thomas O:  192, footnote

Moravian Mission:  194

Morgan, A.S:  291, footnote, 293

Morton, Oliver P:  43 and footnote

Moty Kennard:  footnotes on pages 62, 65, 262, 278, 302, 320

Mundy Durant:  235, footnote

Munsees:  212

Muskogee (Okla.):  288

Murrow, J.S:  162, footnote

Napier’s Peninsular War:  Pike’s study of, 163

Nebraska Territory:  227, 231

Neosho (Mo.):  defeat of Federals at, 113; Ratliff despatched to, 127; Cherokee refugees removed from Drywood Creek to, 214, 217, 218; refugees at, 257, footnote, 273 and footnote

Neosho Agency:  headquarters, 46, 50, 52; tribes included within, 48; in great confusion, 115-116; changes in location of, 116-117

Neosho Falls (Kans.):  213

Neosho Valley:  suitable place for refugees, 86; refugees object to leaving, 88; Steele plans to replenish resources from, 286; Stand Watie makes daring cavalry raid into, 312

New Albany:  80, footnote

New England Relief Society:  87, footnote

New Mexico:  61, 113, 152, 238, footnote

Newton, Robert C:  266, footnote

Newton County (Mo.):  47, footnote

Newtonia (Mo.):  battle of, 194-195 and footnotes

New York Indian Lands:  79; intruded upon by white squatters, 80, 85; refugees upon, 79, 85; controversy over, 85, footnote; Dole makes treaty concerning, 235-236

New York Tribune:  31, footnote, 126, footnote,
226

Nicolay, John G:  42, footnote

Nineteenth Regiment of Arkansas Volunteers:  150, footnote

Ninth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry:  119, footnote; Frederick
Salomon, colonel, 118; part attached to First Brigade of First Indian
Expedition, 126

North, The:  42, footnote, 171, 245; indifference towards West, 43; reconstruction measures in favor of, 228; Indian Territory came too late into reckonings of, 250

North Fork of the Canadian (Okla.):  173, footnote

North Fork Village (Okla.):  173, footnote

Northern Sub-District of Texas:  286, 302

Ock-tah-har-sas Harjo:  228, footnote; elected principal chief by refugee Creeks, 89; addresses “Our Father,” 233

Office of Indian Affairs:  prompt action needed, 47, footnote; approval sought, 52; appeal to War Department for restoration of military force in Indian Territory, 60; Carruth, special agent of, accompanies First Indian Expedition, 122 and footnote; agents ignored by military men of First Indian Expedition, 133 and footnote; profiteering among employees, 208; Wattles sent out by, 226; not yet prepared to treat with John Ross for retrocession of Neutral Lands, 231

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