History of Oklahoma

By Edward Everett Dale; Morris L. Wardell | Go to book overview

Index
A
Aaron, Mary Todd, 525
Abel, A. H., American Indian as a Participant in the Civil War, 177
American Indian as a Slave Holder and a Secessionist, 158, 177
Indian Consolidation West of the Mississippi, 113
Indians in the Civil War, 177
Adair family, 80
Adair, James, American Indian, 90
Adair, W. B., Indian Territory in 1878, 297
Adair, William Penn, 517
Adams, Andy, Cattle Brands, 222
In the Hands of His Friends, 244
Log of a Cowboy, 222
Reed Anthony, Cowman, 222
Adams, Arthur B., Economics of Business Cycles, 518
Trends of Business, 518
Adams, Henry, History of the United States, 54
Agriculture, 375-401
and stock raising in 1900, 381-384
Board of, 386-389
Federal aid for, 393-396
in Indian Territory:
after 190, 385
prior to 1900, 379-380
legislative and other aids for, 393-396
1900 to 1906, 385-386
problems of, 389-393
Aldridge, Reginald, Ranch Notes in Kansas, Colorado, Indian Territory and Northern Texas, 222
Allen, C. M., Sequoyah Movement, 318
Alley, John, City Beginnings in Oklahoma Territory, 12, 270
Allhands, J. L., Construction of Frisco Railway Line in Oklahoma, 464
Allsopp, Fred W., Albert Pike, 177
Ambrister, 87
Ament, James E., 483
America, Spanish enter, 14-15
American Federation of Labor, 547
American Indian, 503
American Legion, 533
American Review of Reviews, 318
Anderson, Mabel W., Life of Stand Watie, 113, 177
Anglin, Tom, 357
Anne, Queen of England, 39
Annual Reports of the American Historical Association, 113, 222
Annual Reports of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, 90, 158, 199, 297
Annual Reports of the Governor of Oklahoma Territory, 270, 464
Annual Reports of the United States Indian Inspector for Indian Territory, 494
Anthony, W. B., 324
Arbuckle, Colonel Matthew, 61-62, 70
Arbuthnot, 87
Architecture, 526-528
Ardmore Chieftain, 501
Ardmoreite, 501
Art, 525-526
Asah, Spencer, 524
Atoka Independent, 499
Auchiah, James, 524
Avery, Cyrus S., 446
Aviation, 437-441
Avis, Sanford B., Holsen, James N., and Howes, Robert D., Economic Survey of Oklahoma, 464
Axelson, Mary McDougal, Life Begins, 516
Aydelotte, Dora, Long Furrows, 514 Trumpets Calling, 514
B
Babcock, Sidney H., John Jasper Methvin, 297
Bacone, Almon C., 486
Baconian, 504
Bailey, Frank M., 352
Baker, Bryant, 543
Baker, H. G., 322
Ballenger, T. L., Around Tahlequah
Council Fires, 553
Balyeat, Frank A., Education of White Children in Indian Territory, 494
Baptist Beacon, 503
Baptist church, 534
Barbe-Marbois, Minister of Finance, 51
Barde, Frederick Samuel, Field, Forest and Stream, 517-518
Barker, R. J., 481
Barnes, Governor Cassius M., 257-258, 434, 449, 468, 532

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