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.

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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