The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War eBook

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Tawa Kuwus:  274, footnote

Taylor, N.G:  207, footnote

Taylor, R:  297, footnote

Taylor, Samuel M:  279

Tecumseh:  73, footnote

Te-Nah:  65, footnote

Tenth Kansas Infantry:  117, 118

Texans:  assist Indians at Leetown

engagement, 31; away fighting “the cold weather people,” 65, footnote; circulate malicious stories about Pike, 160, footnote; disposition towards self-sacrifice, 268; not possible to deal with Indians arbitrarily, 326

Texas:  179; requisition upon, for troops, 25; Pike to call for troops from, 36; way to, likely to be blocked by Southern Indians, 61; Pike wants to be near, 151; anti-Pike reports spreading through, 169; road from Missouri to, 173, footnote; Oldham, senator from, 176, footnote; rumors current that Pike is conspiring with unionists, in, 199; detached from Trans-Mississippi Department, 245-246; cotton speculation alluring men with ready money, 248, footnote; public feeling towards deserters, 266, footnote; great commissary depot west of Mississippi, 268, footnote; Bankhead becomes alarmed for safety of, 287, 292; virtual chaos in, 303; Steele contracts for clothing in northern, 308

Thayer, John M:  324 and footnote

Thayer, William Roscoe:  work cited in footnotes on pages 41, 45, 96

Third Choctaw Regiment:  321

Thomas, L:  74-75, footnote, 100, 109, footnote

Throckmorton, James W:  335, footnote

Thurston’s House:  54, footnote

Timiny Barnet:  62, footnote

Tishomingo (Okla.):  200

Toe-Lad-Ke:  talk, 67, footnote; signature, 69, footnote

Tonkawas:  negotiations with Pike, 182; about one-half of, butchered, 184; surviving, flee to Fort Arbuckle, 184 and footnote

Toombs, Robert:  171, footnote, 173, footnote

Totten, James:  197

Trans-Mississippi Department:  128, footnote, 149, 168, 186, 187, 192, 245-246, 269, 270 and footnote, 315, 318-319

Trans-Mississippi District of Department no. 2:  14, 19, 20, 25, 127, footnote, 128, footnote, 190, 191

Treaties of Alliance:  21, 23 and footnote, 173 and
footnote

Trench, E.B:  215, footnote

Turner, E.P:  292, footnote

Turner, John W:  83 and footnote

Tus-te-nu-ke-ema-ela:  108, footnote

Tus-te-nuk-ke:  108, footnote

Upper Creeks:  62, footnote

Usher, John P:  231, 239, footnote

Van Buren (Ark.):  162, footnote, 177

Van Dorn, Earl:  14, footnote, 20, 25, 26, 34, 35, 36; appointment, 19; failure to credit Indians in report, 31 and footnote, 148; orders Indians to harass enemy on border of own country, 35-36, 110; telegraphic request to Davis, 127, footnote, 186; diverts and appropriates Pike’s supplies, 147-148 and footnote; hopes Price will be successor, 185

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