Lest We Forget - African American Military History by Researcher, 
					Author and Veteran Bennie McRae, Jr.

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Civil War in Indian Territory

Union and Confederate

(Work in progress)

Index Page

Researched and Compiled by

Bennie J. McRae, Jr.
(Posted 1/17/2003)
(Updated 11/16/2006)

 


PRINCIPAL MILITARY OPERATIONS BY STATE OF OKLAHOMA - National Archives Guide Index Volume #1

 

THE CIVIL WAR COMES TO INDIAN TERRITORY

UNION AND CONFEDERATE INDIANS IN THE CIVIL WAR

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SEMINOLE NATION

A TREATY - Seminole Nation and the Confederate States of America

TREATY SUPPLEMENT

ACT OF LOYALTY

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CHEROKEE NATION

A TREATY - Cherokee Nation and the Confederate States of America

THE CONFEDERATE CHEROKEE

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SPECIAL LINKS

OKLAHOMA FREEDMEN IN THE CIVIL WAR

DISSERTATION - "The Keetoowah Society and the Avocation of Religious Nationalism within the Cherokee Nation 1855-1867"

 


INDIAN HOME GUARDS AND THE UNION ARMY 

 

 


1ST INDIAN HOME GUARD REGIMENT

 

2ND INDIAN HOME GUARD REGIMENT

3RD INDIAN HOME GUARD REGIMENT

4TH INDIAN HOME GUARD REGIMENT

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REPORTS AND ORDERS

MAJOR JOHN A. FOREMAN, UNION - 3rd Indian Home Guards, Fort Blunt, C.N., July 5, 1863

COLONEL STEPHENS H. WATTLES, UNION - 1st Indian Home Guards, Fort Blunt, C.N., July 18, 1863

LIEUTENANT COLONEL FRED W. SCHAURTE, UNION - 2nd Indian Home Guards, Fort Blunt, C.N., July 20, 1863

MAJOR GENERAL JAMES G. BLUNT, UNION - District of the Frontier, In the Field, Fort Blunt, C.N., July 26, 1863

COLONEL WILLIAM A. PHILLIPS, UNION - Headquarters Indian Brigade, Fort Gibson, C.N., January 8, 1865

MAJOR GENERAL J. J. REYNOLDS, UNION - SPECIAL ORDERS NO. 110, Headquarters, Department of Arkansas, Little Rock, Ark., May 8, 1865

 


HOPOEITHLEYOHOLA
(Hok-tar-hah-sas-Harjo)

 

Ex Chief, Creek Nation

 


REPORTS

 

COLONEL JAMES McINTOSH, CSA - Van Buren, Arkansas, December 14, 1861

COLONEL JOHN DREW, CSA - Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, December 18, 1861

CAPTAIN JOSEPH R. HALL, CSA

COLONEL JAMES McINTOSH, CSA - Van Buren, Arkansas, January 1, 1862

COLONEL JAMES McINTOSH, CSA - Fort Smith, Arkansas, January 4, 1862

COLONEL JAMES McINTOSH, CSA - Fort Smith, Arkansas, January 10, 1862

BRIGADIER GENERAL ALBERT PIKE, CSA - Commander, Department of Indian Territory, Fort McCulloch, May 4, 1862

ACTING SECRETARY J. P. USHER, UNION - Department of the Interior, Washington, D.C., June 13, 1862 (Numerous enclosures)

*** More to come ***

 

 


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