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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.

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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