Buffalo Soldier Regiment: History of the Twenty-Fifth United States Infantry, 1869-1926

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INDEX
Page numbers in italic indicate an illustration. Individual ranks are given at the highest level achieved.
Abercrombie, Lt. Col. W. R., 205
Aclamul (Yacan guide), 124
Agil, Salip, 123, 124, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131
Aguinaldo, Emilio (Filipino general), xvi
Ahern, Maj. George P., xxxv, 43, 45, 47
Alba (Filipino colonel), 204
Albright, Col. Frank H., xxxv, 88
Alejandrino (Filipino general), 98
Alexander, Lt. John Hanks, xxii n. 5
Ali, Inam, 126, 127, 128, 129
Allen (25th, Co. C.), 169
Allsworth, 2d Lt. Edwin, 13
Alvarez, Vicente, 127
American Association (baseball), 164
Ampong, Paglima (Pang), 125, 126
Anaconda Standard: quoted, xiii, 54, 56
Anderson, Private, 23
Andrews, Bvt. Maj. Gen. George Lippitt: xxxv, 17, 18, 27, 29, 36, 41, 42, 44, 210; retires, 51; service, 193
Andrews, Capt. George: 41, 45, 53, 55; and letter on anti-strike service, 194
Andrews, Col. “Charity” (12th Infantry), 67
Andrews, Lt. Col. J. N., 51
Apache tribe, 20, 35
Aquino, Servillano (Filipino general), xvii, 98, 100, 103
Arail, Palawan, 127, 128, 130, 131
Arce, R. H. (Filipino colonel), 94, 108, 204
Army & Navy Journal: quoted on Philippine campaign, 98, 100
Army & Navy Life: cited, 48
Army of the Cumberland, 203
Army of the Ohio, 203
Arrowsmith, Capt. G. D., 92, 101, 108, 129
Asa-Nani-Cas band of Comanches, 26
Asa-Tuch (Pena-ta-Ka Indian), 24
Ashburn, Lt. Thomas Q., 164
Ashby, Private, 167
Atlanta: launch of, 128
Atwood, Lt. Col.J. D., 155
Augur, Gen. Christopher C., 35, 183
Aulston, 171
Ayres, Lt. C. G., 22
Bahabudin, Joloano, 130
Bailey, Cpl. William, 50
Baker, Maj. Stephen, 195
Baldey, Capt. George, 13
Baldwin, Brig. Gen. Frank D., 118
Baltimore (25th, Co. H), 165
Baltimore National League Team, 167
Banks, Gen. Nathaniel, 183–84
Banks, Sgt. William, 148
Barnum, Lt. Malvern Hill, 57
Barr, Chaplain D. Eglinton, 14
baseball, 67, 159, 163
Baskerville, Sergeant, 110
Bateman, Chaplain (10th Cavalry), 57
Bates, Capt. Charles F., 94, 101, 104, 122
Bates, 1st Lt. R. F., 40
Bates, General, 80
Beasley, Pfc. James, 149
Beck, Quartermaster, 26
Bell, Col.J. F., 98
Bell, S. Sgt. Millard U., 224
Bennett, Lieutenant, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129, 130
Bentzoni, Capt. Charles, 12, 31, 38, 40, 41, 45
Besbitt, 1st Lt. William B., 12
Beuret, Maj. Ebenezer S., 149
Bevill, Pvt. James, 83
Bey, Alexander, 157
Bicycle Corps (25th Infantry), xii, 60–62, 61
Big Foot, 49
The Black Phalanx. See Wilson, [Joseph T.]
Black Prairie Chicken, 40
Blaney, Sergeant, 128, 129, 130, 131
Bliss, General, 126, 127, 129
Bliss, Lt. Col. Zenas R., x, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 23, 29, 189
Blocksom, Maj. Augustus P., xix
Blunt, Lieutenant Colonel, 36
Bogle, 1st Lt. Archibald, 13
Bolte, Captain, 150
Booker, Private (25th, Co. F), 164
Boone, Pvt. Milliard, 90
Boots, Lt. Col. Levi C., 18
Borquez (Mexican general), 157
Bowen (25th, Co. E), 167
Bowen, Captain (11th Infantry), 26
Bowman, Brig. Gen. A. H.:113, 114, 115, 118, 210; reports on Philippine duly, 88–98
Boyd, Pvt. John A., 83
Boyer, Capt. E.J., 156
Boynton, Gen. Henry, 67
Bradley, 1st Lt. Marvin C., 146

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