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.

Vann’s Ford:  144

Vaughan, Champion:  305, footnote

Vaughn, Richard C:  218, footnote

Verdigris River:  76, 79, 80, 85, 142, 144, 145, 210-211,
footnote, 273, footnote; tributary of Arkansas, 22

Verdigris Valley:  79, 85

Vernon County (Mo.):  304, footnote

Vicksburg (Miss.):  188, footnote, 259, 260, 283, 301,
footnote

Villard, Henry:  work cited, 45, footnote

Villard, Oswald Garrison:  work cited, 226, footnote

Vore, Israel G:  302 and footnote

Wakoes (Wacoes):  66, footnote; sent out as runners, 274, footnote

Walker, L.P:  172, footnote

Walnut Creek (Kans.):  79, 85, 152, 205, footnote

Walnut Grove:  35

Walworth, E:  329, footnote

War Department (Confederate):  127, 172 and footnote, 186, 318

War Department (Federal):  60 and footnote, 73, footnote, 76, 99, 100

Warren (Tex.):  190

Warrensburg (Mo.):  58

Washington (George):  65, footnote

Washington Territory:  232

Wattles, Augustus:  46, footnote, 54, footnote, 57,
225-228

Wattles, Stephen H:  131, footnote, 333 and footnote

Weas:  77, footnote

Webber’s Falls (Okla.):  216, 255, 260, 271, 276, 287, footnote

Weed, Thurlow:  work cited, 60, footnote

Weer, William:  117 and footnote, 119, 120, 121, 130, 133; ideas on Indian relations with U.S. government, 133, footnote; communication with Ross, 134; proposes Cherokee Nation abolish slavery by vote, 134, footnote; sends out two detachments to reconnoitre, 136; joins Campbell at Fort Gibson, 136-137; faults and failures, 139, 140-142; arrested by Salomon, 139; Ritchie’s men run amuck and attack their comrades in brigade of, 197

Welch, O.G:  29

Wells, J.W:  267, footnote

West, The:  indifference towards, 43; character of war in, 44; character of leaders, 45; criticism of Confederate management of Indian affairs in, 149-150; establishment of Indian superintendency left unsettled by Provisional Government, 174-175; Price submits plan of operations for, 186, footnote; circumstances and conditions concerning migrations of eastern tribes, 227; project for concentrating tribes in Indian Territory, 230, footnote; keep too many men needlessly in, 259; desertions, 292 and footnote

Western Military District:  43, 47, footnote

West’s Battery:  267, footnote

Whistler, W:  69, footnote

White, George E:  157, footnote

White Auxiliary (Confederate):  urged by Pike, 24 and footnote; ordered to Little Rock, 129, 147; Kirby Smith thinks possible to separate from Indian troops, 310

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