Bourland in North Texas and Indian Territory During the Civil War: Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle & the Wichita Mountains
by Patricia AdkinsRochette
Collective terms in my Name Index
The following listing of collective terms is from my 200page Name Index may help navigate my 1,046page book from handwritten records. These collective terms may shed light on the sociological aspects of life in North Texas and Indian Territory.


Brush Battn, CSA manufacturers, foundries, tanyards, crafts Negro, black, colored, mulatto nicknames, Confederate & Union substitutes, hired for military service
ammunition, 171, 192, 310, A38, A162, A163, A171, A172, A204, A205, A206, A260, A262, A356, A364, A365, A368, A369, A370, A374, A391, A392, A394, A397, A398, A400, A401, A402, A406, A411, A444 Army Sixshooter, A136 arsenal, ordnance stores, 134, 136, 139, 140, 204, 231, 289, 303, A9, A16, A35, A162, A263, A264, A358, A364, A381, A384, A411 Bastrop Rifles, A136 bayonets, A72, A136 bows and arrows, 158, 199, 201, A301, A372, A401, A402, A404 carbine, carbine belt, Hall's carbine, 262, A136, A220, A221, A291, A365, A368, A384 cartridge box, A220, A221 Colt Rifle, A68, A69, A209, A291 cutlasses, lances, swords, pikes, knives, axes, 24, 30, 31, 201, A93, A173, A212, A218, A317, A396, A398, A405 doublebarrel shotgun, 200, 217, A112, A136, A166, A246, A360 Dragoon Pistols, A323 Enfield Rifles (made in England), 230, 280, 296, A136, A323, A369, A392, A394, A396, A397, A401 fiveshooter, sevenshooter, nineshooter, A147, A291, A292 flintlock rifle, 35, A384, A444 gunsmith, 177, A14, A27, A133, A306, A444 Henry Repeating Rifle, 126, 278 holster, 289, A109, A136, A308, A323, A324 howitzers, cannons, 265, A163, A364, A368, A370, A392, A394, A398, A400, A406, A407, A409 lead, galena, bullets, 24, 32, 82, 296, A260, A262, A364, A367, A368, A398 Mills Rifles, A136 Minie balls (conical musket bullets), Minie Rifles, 158, A136, A360 Mississippi Rifles, 188 muskets, 31, 230, A72, A136, A360, A368, A411 Navy Sixshooters, A136, A147, A323, A324 ordnance manufacturers, molders, 31, A35, A40, A136, A384 Parrott Gun, A364, A368, A397, A398, A411 percussion caps, caps, 158, 289, 291, A260, A262, A267, A364, A365, A368, A394, A398, A400 percussionlock musket with bayonet, A72 pistols, 262, 310, A41, A68, A100, A108, A121, A122, A136, A147, A173, A200, A209, A219, A220, A225, A227, A229, A231, A234, A242, A270, A272, A273, A276, A287, A301, A302, A304, A307, A308, A310, A311, A319, A320, A321, A324, A329 powder, gun powder, rockets, 24, 31, 291, A6, A136, A205, A206, A211, A217, A260, A262, A263, A364, A365, A367, A368, A394, A398, A400, A406 revolvers, A323, A360, A367 rifles, 31, 197, 310, A108, A112, A116, A121, A122, A126, A147, A161, A166, A200, A412 saltpeter, nitre, potassium nitrate or sodium nitrate, 296 Sharps Rifles, Spencer Rifles, 280, A68, A291 shotgun, 310, A108, A112, A116, A121, A122, A136, A160, A161, A193, A200 sixshooter, 188, 217, 262, 275, 278, 288, A127, A147, A166, A201, A235, A273, A291, A292, A405 stands of arms, 239, A134, A162, A204, A364 Texas Rifles, 203, 230 tomahawks, Bowie knives, butcher knives, 32, 33, 201, 271, 275, 289, 303, 317, A218, A395 Winchester cartridge shells, 280
Bible, New and Old Testaments, 33 Bourland, Col. James, appreciation of poetry, 266 boxwood, manicured boxwood hedges, 18 Bumpass, CSA Capt. J.K., Clothing Company Book, 'F' Co, _ Regt, of Texas Cavalry on Account of Regular Issues of Clothing, A184, A182 Bunyan, John (16281688), Pilgrims Progress, 33 Foxe, John (15191587), Book of Martyrs, 33 Hardee, LtCol. Wm, in 1855 wrote Tactics, A Soldier's Manual, A59, A134, A171, A255, A256 McCaslin, Richard Bryan, wrote Tainted Breeze (1988), 91, 132, 133, 134, 137, 139, 140, 142, 143, 145, 157, 182, 184, 242, 318, 322, 341, vi, xvi McGaugheyMurray, Alzira, owned and played only piano in Indian Territory, 315 Murray, Lindley (17451826), in 1795 wrote English Grammar, 33 Napier, Wm. Francis Patrick, MajGen. (17851860), wrote History of the War of the Peninsula and the South of France: Duke of Dalmatial, A396 Nelson, John (17581826), a Methodist minister The Life of John Nelson, 33 Smith, David Paul, wrote Frontier Defense (1992), 127, 158, 163, 175, 181, 184, 185, 186, 187, 192, 193, 195, 202, 217, 240, 243, 244, 250, 274, 289, 292, 299, A1, A7, A8, A311 Stowe, Harriet Beecher (18111896), Uncle Tom's Cabin, 18 Webster Speller, textbooks, 33, 70
Bonham assembly (Dec 12, 1863), 189, A335 Brush Battalion, Confederate, 186, 187, 188, 189, 191, 194, 195, 196, 202, 218, 234, 265, A335, Axiv definition of brush battalion, 156, 181, 182, 185, 186, 189, 190, 191, 209, 210, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221, 222, 231, 249, 265, 273, A335 Oxford Lake assembly (Nov 22, 1863), 186, 189, A335
Bourland, John McElroy, Methodist minister, 3 Bourland, Rev. John (17621844 Hopkins Co KY), 7, 13 Bourland, Rev. John, of Muhlenburg Co KY, 6 Buckner, Rev. H. S,. in Creek Nation, I.T., 113 Catholic convent, Washington, D.C., 330 chaplain, E. L. Compere, A341 chaplain, Episcopal Rev. D. McManus, A391 chaplain, John King (Collin Co, TST), A161 chaplain, Rev. A. R. Burke (Collin Co, TST), A200 Clark's River Bapt Church (later Soldier Bapt) Calloway Co KY, 9 Hamill, Rev John Newton, Methodist (1862 Citizens' Court Juror), 139, 161 Haynes, Rev. A. T. (Fannin Co, TST), A144 Kilraughts Parish, Ireland, Old Kilraughts Presbyterian, 5 Osage Catholic Mission (1862), A368 Owens, WmMatilda Bourland, Soldier's Creek Baptist Assn., 1, 9 Roady Baptist Church, near Ft Arbuckle, A432 Robinson, Rev. John C. of Choctaw Nation, I.T., 179 Robinson, Rev. Wm. of Choctaw Nation, I.T., 178 Soldier's Creek Baptist Assn, Mt. Pleasant Bapt. Church, GravesMcCracken and Calloway Co KY, 9
beads, calico for barter, 279, 280, 281 bootees, A182, A183, A184 buffalo robes, 24, 31, 200, 289, 328 carding machine, wool or cotton, 296, A12, A97, A177 clothing, 198, 203, 306, 310, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18, A19, A20, A25, A36, A65, A66, A315, A359, A364, A370, A384, A394, A397, A398, A402, A411, A414 clothing allowances, A234, A273, A287, A359 Clothing Company Book, 'F' Co, _ Regt, of Texas Cavalry on Account of Regular Issues of Clothing, A182, A184 clothing, military uniform, musician's jacket, 180, 186, 191, A36, A220, A221 cotton, cotton agents, bales, 5, 83, 226, 262, 296, 324, 326, A59, A94, A95, A97 drawers, A182, A183, A184 hatter, hats, caps, 220, 296, A17, A19, A20, A184, A391 leggings, 82, 83 shirts, hunting shirts, 82, 83, 153, A184, A364 shoe maker, 241, A10, A13, A17, A20, A21, A40, A95, A194, A200, A364, A391, A394 shoes, moccasins, 83, 186, 187, 332, A391, A398 talmas, cloaks, capes, A184 trousers, A182, A183, A184 wool, rolls of wool, 159, A13, A25, A97, A177 woven cloth from England, France, and Spain via Mexico, 296
burned his records, McCulloch, 224, 319 courier, 170, 173, 197, 200, 201, 276, 282, 304, A10, A15, A16, A17, A348, A352, A368, A418, A428 Courier Battalion, CSA Major T. J. Bird, 300, A8 express, 291, A162, A166, A203, A204, A216, A220, A355, A360, A398, A400, A418, A419 expressmen, 201, A10, A13, A15, A16, A18, A19, A89, A102, A253, A263 mail, irregular, problems with, 320, A285, A384, A418 paper, no writing materials, 72, 295, 300, A175, A214, A264, A366 post office, post master, post rider, A125, A127, A178, A215, A285, A428 smoke signals, 96 spy glasses, 276, 281 telegraph, A335, A356, A397, A452
clear title to land, 46, 49, 75, 76, 77, 78, 80, 82, 86, 328 court martial, 286, A9, A11, A20, A21, A28, A55, A59, A72, A73, A128, A130, A133, A171, A208, A215, A331, A396 fraud of Indian Nations by CSA, A412, A413 Mercer Colony, title to some tracts at issue for 100 years, 49 Peters Colony, title to some tracts at issue for 100 years, 49 railroad land script, 86 Taylor, Charles S. (1854 Texas Land Title Investigator), 114 U.S. Federal Court, A361, A376, A414 U.S. Supreme Court, Chickasaw by blood, Roff vs Burney 1897 case, 95, 329
annuities from the government, 87, 286 bonds, bonds posted, title bonds, 20, 48, 76, 84, 99, 107, 261, 266, 310, 336, A217, A261, A421, A422 currencies, Confederate money, photo, 168, 169, 250, A32, A101, A181, Axxii currencies, counterfeiting coins, 61, 66 fraud of Indian Nations by CSA, A421 Panic of 1837, economic depression, 10 Panic of 1857, economic depression, A389 Panic of 1873, economic depression, 156, 338 tax, tax certificate, 230, A32 tithe, tithing agent, impressment, foraging, or taxation, 136, 154, 228, 230, 243, 298, A32 tithing, impressment or foraging, see foodstuffs
baby bottles were made from dried cow utter and teats, 34 bacon, the soldiers' favorite food, 339, 348, A166, A374, A378, A379, A402 baking soda (in 1864, $50 per package), 250 barley, A165, A206, A402 beef, beeves, 125, 154, 155, 177, 221, 254, 255, 265, 296, 313, A216, A256, A268, A287, A328, A374, A397, A399, A402, A419 beef, bull beef (male), 1 bull per 40 cows, A458 beer, persimmon beer, 34 bread, 13, 239, 302, 310 buffalo, boiled greasy buffalo meat, 106, 154, 187, 254, 286, A219, A324, A437, A444 cattle brands; marks, A334 cattle, cows, calves, 14, 24, 105, 108, 155, 161, 162, 163, 239, 253, 255, 260, 279, 280, 303, 330, A213, A216, A217, A264, A268, A324, A334, A379, A389, A404, A414, A457, A458, A459 chickens, roosters, 191, 336, 340, A397 coffee, 194, A171, A172, A402, A458 coon for dinner (18641866, Ft Davis, Step Co TX), A334 corn, 14, 31, 34, 75, 79, 84, 110, 144, 148, 167, 171, 194, 237, 275, 283, 284, 295, 320, 331, 338, A9, A15, A25, A32, A35, A165, A166, A256, A263, A364, A374, A376, A378, A379, A382, A402, A406, A414, A416, A419, A429, A458 corn belt of TX, 22 corn meal, corn pone, 155, 237, 251, A334 dog meat, 286 flour (see mill for cereals), 148, 154, 155, 237, A22, A89, A165, A178, A179, A206, A334, A374, A377, A378, A379, A402, A423 forage, 163, 197, 237, 239, 240, 247, 254, 277, 302, A4, A10, A12, A13, A14, A15, A16, A18, A20, A75, A104, A165, A217, A263, A349, A364, A373, A376, A377, A397, A406, A419, A439 forage master, A13, A16, A18, A32, A151, A349 goats, A334 grain, 162, 163, 208, 253, 260, 302, A175, A177, A211, A256, A263, A421, A433, A439 grass, grazing for livestock, 102, 162, 173, 187, 221, 236, 247, 254, 300, 302 grazing fees for cattle trails, 320 grocery store, 6, 72, 97, 283 hay, 34, 228, 300, A32, A219, A379, A380, A402, A439 hog town (see "recreation, hog town") hogs, 75, 148, 191, 283, 338, 339, 340, 348, A429, A458 horsemeat, meat (beef), 310, A75, A324 impressment of food, to levy by force for public service, 206, 222, 228, 230, 238, 239, 243, 261, 265, 277, 298, 300, 303, 308, 311, A32, A335, Aviii liver, raw liver, 286 livestock, 10, 60, 94, 119, 206, 228, 247, 249, 252, 253, 308, 319, 339, 340, A255, A363, A389 mill, see mill for cereals molasses (18641866, Ft Davis, Step Co TX), A334 oats, A32, A165, A166, A206, A379, A402 passports, passes, passwords, identification papers, 191 pecans, pecans for barter, 84, A334 provisions for wagon train, 3months supply, 288 rations, 17, 23, 29, 31, 125, 147, 154, 155, 171, 185, 193, 277, 282, 296, 340, A25, A89, A104, A222, A223, A395, A414, A423, A468 salt, 13, 47, 144, 154, 194, 254, 270, 272, 304, A12, A13, A14, A16, A25, A171, A172, A323, A415, A458 shorts, byproduct of milling wheat, 339 starvation and destitution, 105, 149, 150, 151, 171, 191, 237, 298, 316, 339, A14, A25, A363, A388, A421, A423 subsistence, Commissary of Subsistence, 149, 154, 161, A13, A14, A15, A16, A18, A19, A20, A22, A38, A128, A137, A165, A166, A167, A175, A180, A217, A304, A347, A360, A364, A370, A373, A375, A376, A379, A388, A389, A391, A404, A406, A425, A428, A443 sugar, 85, 194, A73, A171, A172, A373, A379, A415, A458 sweet potatoes, 250 tithe, impressment, forage, or taxation, see economics tobacco, see recreation tongue, brisket from cows and buffalo: delicacies, many times whites would eat only the tongue of a buffalo, 161, A437 tortoise, charcoal roasted, 286 vinegar, A458 water, drinking water, 27, 33, 41, 53, 65, 86, 87, 88, 93, 111, 133, 170, 171, 172, 190, 204, 249, 250, 251, 272, 282, 323, 331, A217, A397, A400, A436, A437, A438, A440, A444, A458 wheat, 81, 253, 271, 275, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18, A19, A20, A22, A26, A32, A165, A175, A311, A374, A376, A385, A408 whiskey, liquor, drunkenness, see recreation wild life: antelope, quail, feral hogs, 148, 296, A335
identification, passports passports, passes, passwords, 134, 135, 136, 191, 195, 218, 221, 223, 224, 267, 309, 310, A157, N150
Aca Quash (Waco branch of Wichita Tribe, 1843), 19 Aperian Crow, a Kiowa, in 1864 stole Millie Durgan or "KilledwithBluntArrow", 277 AsaHavey or Milky Way (Comanche Tribe, IT, CSA), 278 Beaver, Old Beaver, Indian guide, maybe same as Black Beaver, a Delaware Indian, A389 Big Tree, AddoEta, son of Satanta, a Kiowa, 225, 322, 325 Billy Boy (at Ft Arbuckle), A428 Binchah (Caddo Tribe, 1843), 19 Black Beaver, Delaware Indian, guide for Jesse Chisholm, A357, A428 Black Dog (Osage, CSA), A374, A403 Black Kettle, a Cheyenne Chief, A376 Bowles, Egg, Cherokee of 1838 Texas, Ridgeite, 28 Bowles, John, Cherokee of 1838 Texas, a Ridgeite, 28 Broke Arm's 1st Osage Battalion (IT, CSA), A7, A8, A420 Brush, a Chickasaw (Lee's Light Artillery, IT CSA), A425 Buffalo Hump, Chief of Comanches reached 1858 Rush CreekTreaty, 87, A384 Bull, John (at Ft Arbuckle), A428 Bushman, John, Delaware or Shawnee, Ft Arbuckle, A428 California Joe (guide for Gen Sheridan, stationed Ft Arbuckle), A428, A430 Castile, Tonkawa chief (Capt, Young Co, TST), 149, 151, A301 Chetickkaka (Waco branch of Wichita Tribe, 1843), 19 Chicken Trotter (Cherokee Tribe, 1843), 19 Cow Eater (Cherokee Chief, 1852) wife was a Biloxi, 83, 84 Dorn, A.J., adjutant for Osage Indians (Maj, Adj. IT CSA), 268 Haddahbah (Caddo Tribe, 1843), 19 To HanSon, a Kiowa, A374 Hoyo Tubby (Biloxi Tribe, 1843), 19 Iron Jacket, Comanche, 87 Ishehahtubby (Chickasaw Tribe, 1843), 19 Jim Ned or Ned Jim, Delaware IndianMulatto, Union, 149, 195, 202, A428 
Indians, personalities (continued) Jim Pockmark, Leader of Caddo and Anadarko, May 1858 Brazos Reservation, Texas, 195, 202, A410 Jobe, probably a Creek Indian, A394 Jose Maria, may be same as Jose Maria Gonzales (Chief, Anadarko Tribe, I.T., CSA), 19, A372, A373, A445 Jumper, Hemla Micco, same as John Jumper, A414 Kahteahtic (Keechi Tribe, 1843), 19 Kekarewa (Comanche, Neum branch, IT CSA), A445 Kechikarogua (Tawakoni Tribe, 1843), 19 Kicking Bird, a Kiowa, 325, 326, 327, 328, A375, A450 Chetickkaka (Waco branch of Wichita Tribe, 1843), 19 Chicken Trotter (Cherokee Tribe, 1843), 19 Cow Eater (Cherokee Chief, 1852) wife was a Biloxi, 83, 84 Dorn, A.J., adjutant for Osage Indians (Maj, Adj. IT CSA), 268 Haddahbah (Caddo Tribe, 1843), 19 To HanSon, a Kiowa, A374 Hoyo Tubby (Biloxi Tribe, 1843), 19 Iron Jacket, Comanche, 87 Ishehahtubby (Chickasaw Tribe, 1843), 19 Jim Ned or Ned Jim, Delaware IndianMulatto, Union, 149, 195, 202, A428 Jim Pockmark, Leader of Caddo and Anadarko, May 1858 Brazos Reservation, Texas, 195, 202, A410 Jobe, probably a Creek Indian, A394 Jose Maria, may be same as Jose Maria Gonzales (Chief, Anadarko Tribe, I.T., CSA), 19, A372, A373, A445 Jumper, Hemla Micco, same as John Jumper, A414 Kahteahtic (Keechi Tribe, 1843), 19 Kekarewa (Comanche, Neum branch, IT CSA), A445 Kechikarogua (Tawakoni Tribe, 1843), 19 Kicking Bird, a Kiowa, 325, 326, 327, 328, A375, A450 Lasadovah, Chief of Wichitas signed 1858 Rush Creek Treaty, 93, A384 Linney, John (Chief, Shawnee Tribe, I.T., CSA), 100, 103, A350, A445 Little Buffalo (1864, a Comanche), 225 Little Rover, an Arapaho, A376 Lone Wolf (a Comanche in 1861), 224 McCulloch (Delaware Tribe, 1843), 19 Painhotsama (Comanche, Neum Branch, IT CSA), A445 Placido, Tonkawa (killed in 1862), 149, 151, A301 Possum, Indian guide, maybe a Delaware Indian, A389 Red Bear, d1846 (1842, 1843, Caddo Tribe, I.T.), 18, 19 Red Bear (1861 meeting, a Kiowa), 224, A440 Roasting Ear (Delaware Tribe, 1843), 19 Satanta or White Bear, a Kiowa, 224, 225, 322 Silver Broach or Tosawi (Chief, Comanche Tribe, I.T., CSA), 278, A375, A445 St Louis, James (Delaware Tribe, 1843), 19 Tosawi (Comanche, Neum Branch, IT CSA), A445 Towaash (Ioni Tribe, 1843), 19 Wagon (at Ft Arbuckle), A428 Washington, George, Shoeetat, d1883, hereditary chief of Whitebead Band Caddo Hasinai (Major, Washington's Squadron, IT, CSA), 18, 224, A7, A441, A440 Watson, Isham, a Choctaw, (Red River Co, TST), A70
Indians, Native American tribes, Aionais Tribe, 148, A441, A445 Anadarkos, Anadaghcos Tribe, branch of Caddo Tribe, 24, 28, 31, 85, 148, A406, A428, A441, A445 Apache, Catawas, Cahtahkahs Tribe, a band of Apache Tribe, hostile to the CSA, A444 Apache, Lipan branch of Apache Tribe, see Tonkawa, 149, A431 Biloxi, Boluxie, Baluxie, Buloxi Tribe, 19, 84, 85, 86 Caddo, CadoHadachos Tribe, 19, 22, 24, 28, 31, 85, 86, 148, 224, 314, A406, A428, A429, A431, A440, A441, A445 Caddo Hasinai, Whitebead Band of Caddos, 1842, 1843, and 1861, George Washington (Maj, IT, CSA), 18, 19, 148, 224, A5, A7, A8, A406, A420, A427, A440, A441, A445 Camp Napoleon Compact (1865), 314, A375 Cherokee Ridgeites, 22, 24, 28, 213, A376, A437 Cherokee Rossites, 213 Cherokee Signatories of 1861 Confederate Treaty, A447 Chickasaw Academy, Rock Academy or Robinson Academy, 177, 252, 272, A411, A437 Chickasaw Signatories of 1861 Confederate Treaty, A442 Chickasaws, Winchester Colbert, Chickasaw Chief, surrendered Jul 14, 1865 to Union for the Chickasaws, A441, Axvi, 160 Choctaw Signatories of 1861 Confederate Treaty, A442, Axvi Comanche, 87, 91, 98, 213, A375, A416, A428, A430, A431, A441, A445, A447, Axv Comanche, Kuaharatesaco, band of Comanche Tribe, A366 Comanche, Neum, Nahwats, Peneteghca, Tanneiweh, bands of Comanches, 148, A366, A406, A441, A443, A445 Confederate 1861 Convention of Tribes on Leased Lands, A445, Axvi Confederate Indian Commissioners, 313, 315, A449 Coushatta Tribe, Alabama Coushatta of Texas, near Livingston, Polk Co TX, A19 Creek Signatories of 1861 Confederate Treaty, A441, Axvi Delaware Hainai Tribe, 19, 24, 39, 45, 70, 71, 72, 84, 85, 148, 149, A383, A427, A428, A441 Delaware Tribe, Union, 2nd Regt, Indian Home Guards, Kansas Infantry, 149, 331, A373, A402, A451 Florida Seminole Indian War (18361837), 164, 170, 205, 206, 212, A425 Fox Tribe, Sac & Fox Reservation, on map, A431 Hainai, see Delaware Hainai Tribe Hasinai Caddo, see Caddo Indian Home Guard, Kansas Infantry, Union, 1st Regt Creek and Seminole; 2nd Regt: Delaware, Kickapoo, Osage, Seneca, Shawnee, 331, 149, A373, A402, A451 interpreter of Indian languages, 79, 149, 278, 315, A339, A372, A377, A380, A420, A442, A444 Inyes Tribe, 45 Ionies Tribe (maybe branch of Wichitas, maybe same as Aionais), 22, 85, 86, A254, A406 Iowa, Ioway Tribe, on map, A431 Kaw Tribe, Kansa, on map, 88, A431 Keechi, Keechyes, Keetzash Tribe, 26, 45, A254, A383, A402, A445 Kichai, Kichais, Cachies, Keichi Tribe, 45, 148, A383, A401, A445 Kickapoo Tribe, 23, 24, 28, 31, 85, 98, 99, 149, 211, 225, A384, A427, A431, Axv Kickapoo Tribe, Union, 2nd Regt, Indian Home Guards, Kansas Infantry, 149, A373, A402, A451 Kickapoo Village, site of Ft Arbuckle, A430 Kiowa, Caiawas, Kaywahs Tribe, Arapahoe, Arrepehoes, branch of Kiowas, 213, 224, 225, A375, A405, A431 Lipan, see Apache Tribe, 149, 314 Missouri Tribe, on map, A431 Modoc Tribe, on map, A431 Napoleon, see Camp Napoleon Compact Nez Perce, Oakland, Cherokee Outlet, I.T., Lewis Co, Idaho, A439, A453, A454 Osage, Big Hill Osages band, Black Dog's band (IT, CSA), A374, A403 Osage Tribe, Broke Arm's 1st Osage Battalion (IT, CSA), 88, 98, 211, 213, 215, 216, 268, 314, 332, A5, A7, A8, A301, A372, A403, A406, A420, A429, A431, A441 Osage Tribe, CSA Major A.J. Dorn was the US Govt Indian agent for Osage Tribe before the War, 267, 268, A410, A411 Osage Tribe, Union, 2nd Regt, Indian Home Guards, Kansas Infantry, 149, A375, A402, A451 Oto Tribe, on map, A431 Ottawa tribe, on map, A431 Pawnee Picts, Pawines, Panis, Tiwash, same as Tawehash, band of Wichitas, 96, A431 Peoria Tribe, on map, A431 Piankeeshaws, 85 Pin League, Ketoowah, Pins, Union sympathizers, Negroes and Indians, 276, 320, A367 Ponca Tribe Agency, 150, A431 Pottawatomie Tribe, on map, A431 prairie tribes, or Plains Indians, 233, 304, 313, 314, 320, 322, A375 Quapaw, Quapah Tribe, 85, A431, A441 Reserve Indians Tribes, 212, 214, 215, 216, 231, 320, A356, A360, A366, A402, A404, A420 Ridgeites, see Cherokee Rossites, see Cherokee SacFox Agency, Sauk Tribe, Sac & Fox Reservation, on map, 150, A431 Seminole Indian War (18361837) in Florida, 164, 206, 212, A425 Seminole Tribe, 24, 28, 31, A347, A431, A439, A441, A442 Seneca Tribe, 1861 Confederate Treaty, A431, A441, A451 Seneca Tribe, Union, 2nd Regt, Indian Home Guards, Kansas Infantry, 149, A375, A402 Shawnee Tribe, 28, 84, 85, 148, 149, 211, A427, A431, A441, A445 Shawnee Tribe, Union, 2nd Regt, Indian Home Guards, Kansas Infantry, 149, A375, A402, A451 slaveowning tribes, 314, A375 Tenemis Tribe, A366 Texas Reserve, Brazos Reserve on Clear Fork of Brazos, Shackelford Co TX, Comanches, 98, 99 Texas Reserve, Ft. Belknap Reserve, near Newcastle, Young Co TX, 98 Tonkawa Massacre (Oct 1862), 149, 150, 151, A382 Tonkawas, Toncawes, Tonwaconies Tribe, of the Lipan Apache Tribe, 19, 22, 45, 83, 85, 87, 93, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 200, 201, 212, 263, 265, A301, A402, A405, A406, A441, A445 treaties (including Confederate Treaties of 1861, 1865, 1866), 18, 19, 22, 93, 224, 278, 304, 313, 314, 315, 316, 323, A375, A445 Waco, original name of Chickasha, Grady Co OK, A387 Waco, Wacco, Waicoes, Wakhos, Tawwagonies, a branch of the Wichita Tribe, 19, 24, 28, 45, 87, A382 Whitebead Band of Caddo Tribe, see Caddo Wichita, Weechetah, or Witchetaw Tribe Bands: Huecos, Tahuacaros, Tawackanoies, Towwaccarro, Towweash, see Waco and Pawnee, 45, A427, A385, Axv, A445, 19, 148, 213 Wyandotte Tribe, on map, A431 Yamparico Tribe on Arkansas River and in San Antonio, Bexar Co TX, A366 Yawyash tribe, 45
Horace Pope Jones, interpreter for Penateka Comanches, scout, A401 interpreter of Indian languages, 79, 149, 278, 315, A339, A372, A377, A380, A420, A429, A442, A444
manufacturer, foundries, tanyards blacksmith, 31, 177, A11, A12, A13, A14, A15, A16, A18, A19, A27, A28, A29, A31, A73, A184, A194, A197, A212, A215, A221, A231, A234, A444 blacksmith tools, iron, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, A14, A20, A21 brick, bricklayers, making brick, 34, 79 carpenter, Phil DeSpain, Negro (1856 Collin Co TX), 81 construction contractor in Indian Territory, J.T. Wilkins, 79 flooring of 1840 Fannin Co, Rep. of TX, 34 foundry, J. S. Nash iron works (Marion Co TX), A35 foundry, Kelly Foundry, owner G. A. Kelly (Marion Co TX), A40 foundry, R. E. Stewart, moulder at Kelly Foundry (Marion Co TX), A40 ordnance manufacturers, molders, 31, 296, A35, A40, A136, A360, A384 plasterer, 81 saddler, tanyard, 296, A12, A15, A25, A95, A221, A336 steam mill, water mill, 229 striker for blacksmith, A10, A444 weaving, looms, Trinity Manufacturing of Dallas TX (CSA), 296, A17 wheel wright, wagon maker, A12, A21, A424, A44
Bethel Lodge #134, Rehobeth then Ladonia, Fannin Co TX, 49 Constantine #13, moved from Warren to Bonham, Fannin Co TX, 19, A425 Denver, Colorado Territory, a Masonic Lodge member, 126, A212 Friendship #16, Clarksville, Red River Co TX, 20 Gainesville #210, Cooke Co TX, 79, A381, A424
Hogeye or R2 Ranch, Cooke Co TX, Sam Doss owner, a hogeye is the Freemasons' logo, 4 Honey Grove # 164, Fannin Co TX, A423 Paris #27, Lamar Co TX, 20 Pike, Albert Zebulon, (18091891), spokesman for Freemasons, A36 1 Tarrant # 91, Hopkins Co TX, A422, A423
Whitesboro #263, CookeGrayson county line, TX, 236, A424
Whitesboro I.O.O.F. Lodge #102, see Odd Fellows, A424
anthrax infestation at Ft Arbuckle killed oxen, replaced by mules, A383, A430 Billyea, E. (veterinarian, Co G, Bourland's Regt), A10, A25, A30 Camp Nicholson, hospital, 169, 170, 298, A9, A10, A14, A16, A18, A20, A24, A25, A383, A435, A436 Cutler, F. L. (Asst Surgeon, Bourland's Regt), A9, A29 epsom salts, magnesium sulfate, 296 fever, winter fever, 188 Gilsan, Dr. Rodney (physician at Ft Arbuckle), A428 hospital, 74, 84, 288, 294, 298, 331, 340, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18, A19, A20, A21, A24, A27, A29, A190, A220, A348, A393, A395, A427, A429 hospital tents, A389 liniment, 86 measles, mumps, chicken pox, 247, 298, EW4 Nix, Newton Thos, physician in Fannin Co TX, Jack Co TST, Emporia KS, then Choctaw O.T. (now Okla Co OK), 243, 245, 247, 248, A314 occulist, blindness, 333 Patton, D. (physician, Co F, Bourland's Regt), A17 quinine, A166 Scott, George Lackey (Surgeon, Bourland's Regt), A10 smallpox, 331 sulphured waters, 85 typhoid, 188 water, contaminated water caused death, 278 Waterman, "Old Doc" of 1864 Ft Smith AR, 246 worms, tapeworms, 324
mills for cereals flouring mill, 152, 217, 229, 331, A22, A89, A162, A176, A177, A204 grainreaper, A424 hand mill for corn, A375 horse mill for corn, A444 ox flouring mill, A176, A177 repair of threshers, reapers, machinery, A15, A20, A25, A27, A35, A93, A133, A424 steam or water mill, A176 thresher, A10, A11, A12, A13, A15, A17, A18, A19, A20, A21, A22, A25, A27, A194, A304 Miller
Negro, black, colored, mulatto black and white intruders into Indian Territory, 312 Bourland Beckham Martin, Margery S. (18331927) spoke of slaves, 79, 293 Buffalo Soldiers (original), 10th Cavalry, guided travelers across the plains, 320, A420, A428, A430, Axv Cobb, Howell (CSA Gen) lived openly with a mulatto and had 2 ch, A355, A380 Cochran, Loring, probably same as Lorn, 1855, Negro bricklayer, 79, 324, 338 Denton County, 30 Negroes, 217 DeSpain, Phil or Boy, a Negro carpenter rented (1856 Collin Co TX), 81, 82, 338 freedmen communities near Ft Arbuckle, 322, A430 freedmen, freedmen labor, 324, 328, A317 Hunter, Ms., a Negro woman killed (1842 Fannin Co TX), 33 Jim Ned or Ned Jim, Delaware IndianMulatto, Union, 24, 99, 149, 195, 202, A409, A427 Johnson, Britt, a Negro (1864 Young Co TX), 277, 278, 279, 280, 281 Johnson, Charles, son of Britt, a Negro (1864 Young Co TX), 279 Johnson, Cherry, dau of Britt, a Negro (1864 Young Co TX), 279 Johnson, John, son of Britt, a Negro (1864 Young Co TX), 278, 279 Johnson, Jube, son of Britt, a Negro (1864 Young Co TX), 277 Johnson, Mary, wife of Britt, a Negro (1864 Young Co TX), 277 Johnson, Sally, dau of Britt, a Negro (1864 Young Co TX), 278 
Negro, black, mulatto (continued) Labor Bureau, CSA LtCol. S.A. Roberts addresses misuse of Negroes, 285 Lorn, 1869 W.W. Bourland seeking Lorn and Vicey Monk, maybe Loring Cochran, 80, 324 McCarroll, Sarah, b1844 MO and 5 ch, who lived in 1860 with Col. Bourland, 330 Manion, Ben and Sarah (Negroes) killed by lightning, 2 Monk, Brittany (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82 Monk, Charles (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82 Monk, Dallce (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82 Monk family, 82 Monk family (Negro, 1852 Cooke Co TX), 324 Monk, Ike (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82 Monk, Mary Ann & family (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 80, 82 Monk, Minerva, plus 2yrold ch, 80, 82 Monk, Nila (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82 Monk, Rob (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82 Monk, Rose & family (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82 Monk, Vicey & Nila, 326 Monk, Vicey (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 86, 324, 326 Negro Union Soldiers, Battle of Milliken's Bend of Mississippi on Jun 7, 1863, defeated Col. H.E. McCulloch's CSA men, McCulloch was reassigned to CSA North Texas SubDistrict, Bonham, Fannin Co TX, 224, 200 Pin League, Pins, Union sympathizers, Negroes and Indians, 276, 320, A367 Ransom, George, Negro of 1865 Kansas, A374 Roady Baptist Church and school, 1877, for freedmen, A430 Rochels or Rachels, Mary (1844 Rep. of Texas Congress Resolution), 9, 38 Rochels or Rachels, Nancy Jane (1844 Rep. of Texas Congress Resolution), 38 Rochels or Rachels, Sarah (1844 Rep. of Texas Congress Resolution), 38 Rochels or Rachels, Wm. witness in 1827 when James Bourland bought a Negro from John Baker in Weakley Co TN, 9 Rose Hill Plantation Slave Quarters, owned by Oklahoma Historical Society, 36 slave, turn over slaves to chief engineers of TransMississippi Dept, CSA, 304 Vicey (Negro, 1856 Cooke Co TX), 82, 324 whipping, warnings for freedmen, 260, 312, 323 Yeary, Tony (1841 Fannin Co TX), 35
Austin Gazette, TriWeekly Gazette, 1861, Travis Co TX, A49, A92, A216 Blue & Gray Magazine, re: 1862, 136 Confederate Veteran Magazine, Nashville TN, 1907, 1909, 1910, B4 Courier Journal, 1884, Louisville KY, 61, 62, 68 Daily Journal, Harris Co TX, A382 Dallas Morning News, Dallas Co TX, 34, 135, 173 Dallas Weekly Herald, 1858, Dallas Co TX, 34, 89, 93, 99, 107, 108, 114, 319, 320 Emporia Daily Gazette, Lyon Co KS, 245, 248 Farmersville Times, 1901, Collin Co TX, A184 Frontier Times, Bexar Co TX, 279 Graham News, 1967, Young Co TX, 134 Grayson Monitor, 1861, Grayson Co TX, 108 Greenville Messenger, 1929, Hunt Co TX, A149 Harper's Magazine, A395, A437 Houston Journal, 1866, Harris Co TX, A382 Houston Post, 1866, Harris Co TX, A382 Houston Telegraph, 1863, Harris Co TX, 200 Journal, The, 1862, Grayson Co TX, 147 McKinney Messenger, 1864, Collin Co TX, A194 Mesilla Times, 1861, Dona Ana Co NM, A390 Muhlenberg Sentinel, Greenville KY, 65 National Era, The, Washington D.C. 18511852 serialized H.B. Stowe's UNCLE TOM's CABIN, 18 News, The, 1862, Galveston TX, 145 Northern Standard, 1842, Clarksville, Red River Co TX, 37, 45, 74, 76, 140, 145, 287, 324, A205, A406, A422 Paris Press, 1869, Lamar Co TX, 324 Patriot, 1862, Grayson Co TX, 87, 139, 140, 145 Record, The, 1912, probably Muhlenberg Co KY, 68 Sherman Register, 1903, Grayson Co TX, 323, A421 Southern Intelligencer, 1858, Travis Co TX, 87 Texas Republican, 1862, Harrison Co TX, 147 Texas Sentinel, 1847, Travis Co TX, 75 TriWeekly State Gazette, see Austin Gazette White Man, 1862, Jacksboro, Jack Co TX, 179, A205
nicknames, Confederate & Union Black Republican Devils, Union, 107, 109, 110, 145, 147, A162, A204, A205 blue coats, Union, 235, 252 jayhawkers, Redlegs, Pins, Pin League, 110, 163, 185, 191, 205, 206, 215, 219, 230, 243, 244, 276, 300, 316 Partisan Rangers, CSA, definition, 206, A334 Pin League, Ketoowah, Pins, Union sympathizers, Negroes and Indians, 276, 320, A367 Secesh, secessionist, CSA, 190, 217, 320 Sons of the South, CSA, 237, 240
700 Ranch house, 1st house in Ardmore OK, 260, 329 anthrax infestation at Ft Arbuckle killed oxen, replaced by mules, A383, A430 Block Ranch, Colbert Ranch, near Duncan, I.T., A385 Boomers war against cattle barrons in Indian Territory, 248 cattle brands, checked, 153 Colbert Ranch, near Duncan, Pickens Co, Chickasaw Nation, I.T., A385 Cross "T" Ranch, now Love Co OK, 260 GrahamChisum Ranch, near Duncan, Pickens Co, Chickasaw Nation, I.T., A385 Jordan Loew's Plantation, Cass Co MO, Quantrill's Raiders skirmish, 207 Rose Hill Plantation, Choctaw Co OK, 18 Washington Brothers' Ranch or "1B" Ranch, twp 7S ran 1E sec 2536, Carter Co OK, James Russell Washington (18281902), 260, 261
E.H. Tarrant found an Indian baby in 1841 then returned it at an 1843 council in Indian Territory (possibly Aug 1842), 18, 19, 27 kidnapping in 1863, 200 ransom, 1842 kidnapping, 33, 34 ransom, 1864 kidnapping, 277, 278, 279, 280 ransom, 1866 kidnapping, 281, 286, 323 ransom, 1868 kidnapping, 325, 326, 327, 328 ransom negotiations for captives, 314, 315
ball games, 85, dancing, dances, 146, 338 horse racing, gambling, 27, 49, 59, 66, 68, 205, A427 tobacco, 77, 83, 316, A254, A339, A343, A450 whiskey, liquor, drunkedness, 34, 37, 54, 72, 83, 135, 146, 168, 229, 230, 260, 279, 283, 284, 323, A126, A149, A260, A317, A389, A421
cannibalism, 33, 149 froze to death, 328 hangings, general, 67, 138 roasting people, live cremation, 32, 33, 149, 278, 323 scalping, scalped, severed ear, 31, 32, 98, 142, 158, 159, 176, 177, 182, 197, 201, 272, 276, 280, 291, 309, 310, 312, 322, 323, 325, 327, A211, A218, A262, A361, A369, A376, A384, A405, A426, A429 tattoo, branding people, 279, 280 whipping, warnings for freedmen, 35, 62, 64, 65, 260, 312, 323, 325
Chickasaw Academy, also called Rock Academy or Robinson Academy, 177, 272 East Tennessee College (1827), 9 Hockaday Place, Thos. H. B. Hockaday, headmaster (Lt, Lamar Co, TST), A98 Oklahoma College for Women, 1931 Chickasha, Grady Co OK, 314, A375 West Point Military Academy, Orange Co NY, A125, A425
dogs, 152 Horace Pope Jones, interpreter for Penateka Comanches, scout, 149, A420 scouts, A10, A15, A20, A24, A28, A73, A175, A206, A260, A261, A262, A265, A283, A295, A301, A304, A318, A339, A355, A357, A365, A376, A380, A382, A404, A405, A406, A411, A418, A419, A420, A428 trailers, 152, A372
Carter, 1864 spy on Beaver Creek, I.T., 243 Delaware guide, Union, A359 double agent spy, 239, 241, 302 Johnson's Spy Company, CSA Capt Alfred Johnson, A164, A172, A184, A203, A336 Regulators of Christian Co KY (1846), 62, 63, 64, 65, 67 Spies battalion, later Texas Rangers, 15 spy glasses, 276, 281 spying, spies, 27, 153, 154, 168, 170, 191, 223, 231, 232, 239, 240, 241, 256, 265, 309, A164, A184, A206, A260, A301, A336, A366, A372, A404, A405 Tonkawa spies and scouts for Texas Rangers, CSA, 149, A405 trailers, 152, 153, 204
substitutes, hired for military service, A2, A45, A75, A76, A77, A109, A118, A119, A156, A157, A158, A170, A193, A257
beads, calico for barter, 279 bedding, bedsteads, feather beds, 24, 31 blankets, 186, 187, 189, 198, 200, 279, 288, 289, 305, 310, A24, A65, A66, A220, A221, A259, A262, A364 bridle, watering bridle, 289, 305, 310, A220, A221 broomcorn on Rush Creek, A401 canteen, A220, A221 cartridge box, A220, A221, A368, A406 coal oil, stove coal, 86 cooking utensils, 24, 27, 31, 189, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, A14, A20, A21 crupper for horse's tail, A220, A221 hand cuffs, chain and lock, shackles, 55, 57 Hardee's Tactics, A Soldier's Manual, A59, A134, A171, A255, A256 horse equipment, A41, A65, A68, A78, A86, A191, A192, A193, A231, A236, A238, A240, A270, A275, A278, A286, A287, A289, A295, A307, A308 iron blacksmith tools, 72, A9, A10, A11, A12, A13, A14, A20, A21 leather, valued by the pound, leather stocks, 104, A184, A220, A221 leather, valued by the pound, tanyard, A336 medicine, see medicine paper, no writing materials, 72, 295, 300, A175, A214, A264, A36 6 saddle, saddlegirt, 24, 32, 82, 200, 217, 288, 289, 305, 310, A13, A87, A220, A221
soap, lye soap, comb, 82, 332, A15, A17, A444
spades, wheelbarrows, axes, scythes, 35, A365, A387, A395, A444
stake, rope, & pin (for tent), 305, 310, A221
tents, 189, A59, A65, A66, A364, A389, A391, A394, A398, A427 warpaint, paint for body, 85, 279, 280
deputy surveyor, James Bourland, 15, 20, 73, 79, 80, 333, 334 deputy surveyor, McQuinncy Howell Wright, 5, 10, 73 deputy surveyor, Reuben Bourland, 20 Mercer Colony, title to some tracts at issue for 100 years, 49 Peters Colony, title to some tracts at issue for 100 years, 49 railroad land script, 86 survey commissioner, Jonathan Hibbs, 20 surveying and legal problems, 46, 49, 86 surveyor, Daniel Montague, 133 surveyor, Ehud Darling in 1870 determined Initial Point, A431 surveyor, John H. Reagan, 27 surveyor, Wm. R. Hudson, 132
afoot, on foot, walking long distances, 23, 27, 30, 33, 65, 85, 92, 132, 153, 188, 217, 234, 236, 246, 298, 300, 301, 307, 323, 330, A354 blacksmith, see manufacturing ferries, ferrymen, 260, A125, A191 ferry, Arandell, across Red River, 260 ferry, Bill Elliott, across Red River, 260 ferry, Brown, A.M., across Red River, 260 ferry, Brown, H.M., across Red River, 260 ferry, Burney, across Red River, 260 ferry, Campbell, across Red River, 260 ferry, Colbert's, 51, 71 ferry, Fisher, across Red River, 260 ferry, Keel, across Red River, 260 ferry, Keltner, across Red River, 260 ferry, Muenster, across Red River, 260 ferry, Roff's, across Red River, 260 ferry, Sacra, across Red River, 260 ferry, Scandland, across Red River, 260 ferry, Sivells' Cable, across Red River, 260 ferry, Thacker, across Red River, 260 ferry, Thompson's, across Red River, 71 ferry, Tuck's 3 ferries across Red River, the Tuck brothers married ch of James Holcomb Graham of Bradley, Grady Co OK, 260 ferry, Watt's, across Red River, 260 horses, 25% of all horses in USA died in 1872, 154, 330 horses, fresh horse, 24, 27, 146, 153, 160, 165, 224, 234, 245, 280, 288, 295, 305, 310, A10, A162, A385, A389, A411, A412 horses, killed, starved, too weak to travel, 154, 158, 159, 171, 188, 235, 243, 246, 250, 274, 291, 294, 298, 330, A317 horses, racehorses, gambling, 27, 50, 51, 59, 61, 62, 66, 67, 68 horses, stolen, CSA law against stealing horses, 31, 117, 131, 132, 159, 160, 161, 171, 188, 221, 224, 246, 263, 265, 268, 281, 289, 301, 307, 308, 310, 322, 332, A366, A383, A384, A405, A418, A444 horseshoeing, 189, 332, A11, A166, A381, A395, A398, A400 mules, 96, 188, 191, 221, 281, 291, 300, 310, A165, A221, A286, A294, A351, A366, A381, A389, A396, A411, A424, A429 oxwagon, oxen, 294, A374, A381, A394, A428, A444 oxen, anthrax infestation at Ft Arbuckle killed oxen, replaced by mules, A383, A430 ship, CHEROKEE, 95 ship, FORT TOWSON, 36 ship, GOVERNOR JONES, 51, 53 ship, JAMES DICK, 51, 57 ship, OLD HICKORY, 57 ship, steamboat, boat, 36, 37, 45, 55, 56, 68, 69, 83, 247, 248, 249, A317 ship, THE HUNTER, 36 ship, WILLIAM GARVIN, 95 ship, YAZOO, 51, 57 stagecoach, Dept of Stage, hackney coach, A114, A166, A205, A317, A359, A381, A388, A424, A428 teams of men because horses had died in epidemic, 330 teamster, A10, A11, A12, A13, A14, A15, A16, A17, A18, A19, A20, A27, A28, A94, A95, A301, A359, A389, A424 wagon master, A12, A15, A19, A339 wagons, carts, 164, 191, A19, A59, A127, A164, A170, A215, A266, A355, A367, A368, A371, A392, A409, A429
Bird's Fort Treaty on the Trinity (Sep 1843), 19 Camp Napoleon Compact (1865), 314, A375 Confederate treaties with Indian tribes, most written by Albert Pike, A441, A442, A443, A444, A445, A447 Rush Creek Treaty (Aug 1858), 93, A383, A384, A385 Whitebead meeting of 4 friendly tribes and Texas Commissioners (Aug 1842), now Garvin Co OK, 18, 20
drought, 17, 88, 167, 294, 304, 345
lightning, 2, 266
snow and sleet, 73, 188, 338, 343, 344, 345, 382
storm, rainstorm, 10, 74, 93, 306, 371, 373

