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Battle of Honey Springs Bibliography

Part I: Selected from holdings in the Honey Springs Battlefield Research Collection

Indian Territory
Neighboring (and Other) Trans-Mississippi States
Slavery; Abolition; African American Soldiers; etc.
Biographies and Memoirs

Part II: Articles from The Chronicles of Oklahoma

Indian Territory
Neighboring (and Other) Trans-Mississippi States
Slavery, Abolition, African American Soldiers, etc.
Biographies and Memoirs

Indian Territory

Able, Annie Heloise; intro. by Theda Perdue and Michael D. Green. The American Indian as Slaveholder and Secessionist. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press "Bison Books", 1929 published by the Arthur Clark Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1915; Eicher #678[a].)

Abel, Annie Heloise; intro. by Theda Perdue and Michael D. Green. The American Indian in the Civil War, 1862–1865. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press "Bison Books", 1992; published by The Arthur H. Clark Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1919; Eicher #678[b].)

Able, Annie Heloise; intro. by Theda Perdue and Michael D. Green The American Indian and the End of the Confederacy. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press "Bison Books", 1993; published by the Arthur Clark Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1925; Eicher #678[c].)

Agnew, Brad. Fort Gibson: Terminal on the Trail of Tears. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1979.)

Anderson, Mabel Washbourne, with new material by Budd Parrish. Life of General Stand Watie, the only Indian Brigadier General of the Confederate Army and the Last to Surrender. (Harrah, Oklahoma: Brandy Station Bookshelf, 1995, facsimile reprint of 1915 volume by Mayes County Republican, with new maps.)

Baird, W. David, and Danny Goble. The Story of Oklahoma. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1994.)

Bartels, Carolyn M. Stand Watie and the First Cherokee Regiment. (Independence, Missouri: Two Trails Publishing Co., n.d.)

Britton, Wiley. The Union Indian Brigade in the Civil War. (Ottawa, Kansas: Kansas Heritage Press, facsimile reprint of 1922 volume.)

Brooks, James F., editor. Confounding the Color Line: The Indian-Black Experience in North America. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002.)

Cantrell, M. L. “Beau" and Mac Rae Harris, editors. Kepis and Turkey Calls: An Anthology of the War Between the States in Indian Territory. (Oklahoma City: Western Heritage Press, 1982.)

Cheek, Charles D., with a chapter by Garrick A. Bailey, and foreword by Martha Royce Blaine. Honey Springs, Indian Territory: Search for a Confederate Powder House, An Ethnohistoric and Archeological Report. (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society "Series in Anthropology, No. 2", 1976.)

Confederate States Army. Department of Indian Territory. Cavalry Tactics: Single Rank Formations and Skirmish Drill for Mounted Rifles, For the instruction of the forces of the Confederate States in the Department of Indian Territory. Boggy Depot, C. N., May 1863. (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 1994; reprint of original in collections of Thomas Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma.)

Confer, Clarissa W. The Cherokee Nation in the Civil War. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007.)

Cotterill, Robert Spencer. The Southern Indians: The Story of the Five Civilized Tribes before Removal. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "Civilization of the American Indian" series, 1934.)

Cottrell, Steve. Civil War in the Indian Territory. (Gretna, Louisiana: Pelican Publishing Co., 1995.)

Cunningham, Frank; foreword by Brad Agnew. General Stand Watie’s Confederate Indians. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998; reprint of work published by The Naylor Company, 1959.)

Dale, Edward Everett, and Gaston Litton. Cherokee Cavaliers: Forty Years of Cherokee History as Told Through the Letters of the Ridge-Watie-Boudinot Families (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "The Civilization of the American Indian" series, 1939.)

Debo, Angie. A History of the Indians of the United States. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "Civilization of the American Indian" #106, 1970.)

Debo, Angie. The Rise and Fall of the Choctaw Republic. (Norman: The University of Oklahoma Press, 1934; 2nd Edition, 1961.)

Debo, Angie. The Road to Disappearance: A History of the Creek Indians. (Norman: The University of Oklahoma Press, 1941.)

Edwards, Whit; intro. by LeRoy H. Fischer. "The Prairie was on Fire!" Eyewitness Accounts of the Civil War in Indian Territory. (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 2001.)

Ehle, John. The Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation. (New York: Doubleday, 1988.)

Epple, Jess C. Civil War Battle of Cabin Creek, September 18–19, 1864. (Muskogee, Oklahoma: Hoffmann Printing Co., 1964.)

Epple, Jess C., edited by Jess C. Epple Jr. Honey Springs Depot. (Muskogee, Oklahoma: Hoffmann Printing Co., 1963; reprinted 2002.)

Fischer, LeRoy H. The Honey Springs National Battlefield Park Movement. (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 1969; revised and reprinted from The Chronicles of Oklahoma 47 (Spring 1969):22–37.)

Fischer, LeRoy H., editor; with an intro. by Odie B. Faulk. The Civil War Era in Indian Territory. (Los Angeles: Morrison & Morrison, 1974.)

Fischer, LeRoy H., editor. The Civil War in Indian Territory. (Los Angeles: Morrison & Morrison, 1974.)

Fleck-O’Keefe, Marlynn Ann. Fort Towson, Indian Territory: A Link to the West. (Fort Towson, Oklahoma: Lakeside Publications, 1997.)

Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. North Fork Town. (Muskogee, Oklahoma: Hoffman Printing Company, n.d.; reprinted for the Peoples National Bank of Checotah, Oklahoma, with permission from the University of Oklahoma Press.)

Foreman, Grant. Advancing the Frontier. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "Civilization of the American Series, No. 4" 1933; 2nd edition, 1968.)

Foreman, Grant. Down the Texas Road. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, No. 2 in the "Historic Oklahoma Series" 1936; reprinted with permission, Peoples National Bank of Checotah, Oklahoma.)

Foreman, Grant. The Five Civilized Tribes. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "The Civilization of the American Indian" Series, 1934.)

Foreman, Grant. Fort Gibson: A Brief History. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1936.)

Foreman, Grant. Indian Removal: The Emigration of the Five Civilized Tribes. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "The Civilization of the American Indian" series, 1957.)

Galonska, Juliet L., editor. Proceedings: "War and Reconstruction in Indian Territory: A History Conference in Observance of the 130th Anniversary of the Fort Smith Council." September 14–17, 1995, Fort Smith, Arkansas. [Conference Sponsors: The National Park Service at Fort Smith National Historic Site, the Oklahoma Historical Society, and the Arkansas Historical Association.] ([Fort Smith, Arkansas]: Conference Proceedings, [1995].)

Gibson, Arrell Morgan. The Chickasaws. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "The Civilization of the American Indian" series, 1971.)

Halbert, H. S., and T. H. Ball, edited by Frank L. Owsley Jr. The Creek War of 1813 and 1814. (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, softcover 1995; facsimile reprint of work published by Donohue & Henneberry, Chicago, 1895.)

Hauptman, Laurence M. Between Two Fires: American Indians in the Civil War. (New York: The Free Press, 1995.)

Hoig, Stanley W. Beyond the Frontier: Exploring the Indian Country. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998.)

Hoig, Stanley W. The Cherokees and Their Chiefs: In the Wake of Empire. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1998.)

Holland, James Wendell. Andrew Jackson and the Creek War: Victory at the Horseshoe. (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, reprinted from The Alabama Review (October 1968), 1968, 1990.)

Langellier, John P. The American Indian in the U.S. Armed Forces: 1866–1945 [G.I...., No. 20] (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, 1996; London: Greenhill Books, 1995.)

Lardas, Mark. Native American Mounted Rifleman 1861–1865. (Botley, Oxford: Osprey Publishing "Warrior" series, 2006.)

La Vere, David. Contrary Neighbors: Southern Plains and Removed Indians in Indian Territory. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "Civilization of the American Indian" #237, 2000.)

Lees, William B., K. M. Kimery-Lees, and T. J. Martin. Fort Towson: The Sutler’s Store, 1978–1980 Collections: Studies in architecture, faunal analysis, and regional patterning in antebellum eastern Oklahoma. (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society Office of Historic Preservation, November, 1983.)

Lindberg, Kip, and Matt Matthews. “To Play a Bold Game: The Battle of Honey Springs,” in North & South, 6 (December 2002):56–69.

McLoughlin, William G. After the Trail of Tears: The Cherokees’ Struggle for Sovereignty, 1839–1880. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1993.)

McReynolds, John C. The Seminoles. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "The Civilization of the American Indian" Series, 1957.)

Matthews, John. The Osages: Children of the Middle Waters. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "The Civilization of the American Indian" Series, 1961.)

Miles, Tiya. Ties that Bind: The Story of an Afro-Cherokee Family in Slavery and Freedom. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005.)

Morris, John W., editor. Boundaries of Oklahoma. (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 1980.)

Morris, John W., Charles R. Goins, and Edwin C. McReynolds. Historical Atlas of Oklahoma (2nd Edition; Revised and Enlarged). (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976.)

O’Brien, William M. A Time of Decision: The Indian Territory in the first year of the Civil War, August 1861 through Early 1862. (Jenks, Oklahoma: Privately Printed, 1997.)

Patterson, B. D., editor. Proceedings–1992 [13th Annual] Confederate History Symposium: "Civil War in Indian Territory". (Hillsboro, Texas: Harold B. Simpson Confederate Research Center, Hill College, 1992.)

Perdue, Theda. The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears. (London: Viking, The Penguin Group, 2007.)

Rampp, Larry C., and Donald L. Rampp. The Civil War in Indian Territory. (Austin: Presidal Press, 1975.)

Remini, Robert V. Andrew Jackson and His Indian Wars. (New York: Penguin-Putnam, Viking 2001; Penguin 2002.)

Rozema, Vicki. Voices from the Trail of Tears. (Winston-Salem, North Carolina: John F. Blair, 2003.)

Ryan, David M. “The All-American Battle,” in Civil War Times Illustrated 42 (February 2004):44–52.

United States of America. War Department. The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1880–1901; Eicher #863.) [Indian Territory records and correspondence are found in Series I: Volumes 1; 3; 8; 13; 22 (parts 1–2); 34 (parts 1–3); 41 (parts 1–4); 48 (parts 1–2); and 53.]

Urwin, Gregory J. W. “A Very Disastrous Defeat: The Battle of Helena, Arkansas,” in North & South 6 (December 2002):26–39.

Utley, Robert M. Frontiersmen in Blue: The United States Army and the Indian, 1848–1865. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1967; "Bison Books", 1981.)

Warren, Steven L. Brilliant Victory: The Second Civil War Battle of Cabin Creek, Indian Territory, September 19, 1864. (Wyandotte, Oklahoma: Gregarth Publishing Company, 2002.)

Waugh, John C. Sam Bell Maxey and the Confederate Indians. (Abilene, Texas: McMurray University - McWhiney Foundation Press, "Civil War Campaigns and Commanders" Series, 1998.)

Woodward, Grace Steele. The Cherokees. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "The Civilization of the American Indian" Series, 1963.)

Wright, Muriel, George H. Shirk, and Kenny A. Franks. Mark of Heritage: Oklahoma’s Historic Sites. (Oklahoma City: The Oklahoma Historical Society, "The Oklahoma Series" #2, 1976.)

Zellar, Gary. African Creeks: Estelvste and the Creek Nation. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "Race and Culture in the American West" series, 2007.)

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Neighboring (and Other) Trans-Mississippi States

Albaugh, William A. III. Tyler, Texas: The Story of the Confederate States Ordnance Works at Tyler, Texas, 1861–1865. (Wilmington, North Carolina: Broadfoot Publishing Co., 1993; reprint of 1958 work, n.p.)

Alexander, Charles C. The Ku Klux Klan in the Southwest. (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1965.)

Bailey, Anne J. Between the Enemy and Texas: Parsons’s Texas Cavalry in the Civil War. (Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 1989; Eicher #1090.)

Bailey, Anne J., editor. In the Saddle With the Texans. (Abilene, Texas: McMurry University - McWhiney Foundation Press, 2004.)

Bailey, Anne J. Texans in the Confederacy. (Abilene, Texas: McWhiney Foundation Press, 1998.)

Bailey, Anne J., and Daniel E. Sutherland. Civil War Arkansas: Beyond Battles and Leaders. (Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 2000.)

Banasik, Michael E. Embattled Arkansas: The Prairie Grove Campaign of 1862. (Wilmington, North Carolina: Broadfoot Publishing Company, 1996; 1998.)

Barron, Samuel Benton. The Lone Star Defenders: A Chronicle of the Third Texas Cavalry, Ross’ Brigade. (New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Co., 1908; Coulter #17.)

Bartels, Carolyn M. The Civil War in Missouri Day by Day 1861–1865. (Independence, Missouri: Two Trails Publishing Co., 1992.)

Bartels, Carolyn M. The Last Long Mile: Westport to Arkansas, October, 1864. (Independence, Missouri: Two Trails Publishing, 1999.)

Bartels, Carolyn M., transcriber. John M. Marmaduke: Confederate States Army Order Book 1862–1864. (Independence, Missouri: Two Trails Publishing, 2000.)

Bearss, Edwin Cole. The Battle of Wilson’s Creek. (N.p. [Bozeman]: George Washington Carver Birthplace District Association, 1975; Eicher #38.)

Bearss, Edwin Cole. Steele’s Retreat from Camden and the Battle of Jenkins Ferry. (Little Rock, Arkansas: Eagle Press of Little Rock, 1966.)

Bearss, Edwin Cole, and A. M. Gibson. Fort Smith: Little Gibraltar on the Arkansas. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1969.)

Bird, Roy. Civil War in Kansas. (Gretna, Louisiana: Pelican Publishing Co., 2004.)

Bishop, A. W., edited by Kim Allen Scott. Loyalty on the Frontier, or Sketches of Union Men of the South-West with Incidents and Adventures in Rebellion on the Border. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2003; first published by R. P. Studley & Co., St. Louis, 1863.)

Brophy, Patrick. Bushwhackers of the Border: The Civil War Period in Western Missouri - A summary and appraisal. (Nevada, Missouri: Vernon County Historical Society, 1980, 2000.)

Buresh, Lumir F. October 25th and The Battle of Mine Creek. (Kansas City, Missouri: The Lowell Press, 1977.)

Castel, Albert. A Frontier State at War: Kansas 1861-1865. (Lawrence: Kansas Heritage Press, 1958, with new material by Edward E. Leslie, 1992; Eicher #24.)

Castel, Albert. General Sterling Price and the Civil War in the West. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1968, 1993; Eicher #309.)

Christ, Mark K., editor. "All Cut to Pieces and Gone to Hell": The Civil War, Race Relations, and the Battle of Poison Springs. (Little Rock, Arkansas: August House Publishers, 2003.)

Christ, Mark K., editor. The Earth Reeled and Trees Trembled: Civil War Arkansas 1863–1864. (Little Rock: Old State House Museum, 2007.)

Christ, Mark K., editor. Getting Used to Being Shot At: The Spence Family Civil War Letters. (Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 2002.)

Christ, Mark K., editor. Rugged and Sublime: The Civil War in Arkansas. (Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 1994; Eicher #875.)

Colton, Ray C. The Civil War in the Western Territories: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1959, 1984.)

Cottrell, Steve. The Battle of Carthage and Carthage in the Civil War. (N.p.: Privately printed, 1990.)

Cottrell, Steve. The Civil War in Texas and New Mexico Territory. (Gretna, Louisiana: Pelican Publishing Co., 1997.)

Crabb, Martha L. All Afire to Fight: The Untold Tale of the Civil War’s Ninth Texas Cavalry. (New York: Avon Books, 2000.)

DeBlack, Thomas A. With Fire and Sword: Arkansas, 1861–1874. [Volume 3 in the Histories of Arkansas series, Elliot West, general editor]. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2003.)

DeCaro, Louis A. Jr. John Brown: The Cost of Freedom - Selections from his life and letters. (New York: International Publishers, 2007.)

Edwards, John Newman, with new introduction by Ike Skelton. Shelby and His Men, or, The War in the West. (Waverly, Missouri: General Joseph Shelby Memorial Fund, 1993 reprint of 1867 volume.)

Ewy, Marvin. “The United States Army in the Kansas Border Troubles, 1855–1856,” in The Kansas Historical Quarterly 32:4 (Winter, 1966) pp.385–400.

Fellman, Michael. Inside War: The Guerrilla Conflict in Missouri during the American Civil War. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989; Eicher #25.)

Filbert, Preston. The Half Not Told: The Civil War in a Frontier Town. (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, 2001.)

Fischer, LeRoy H. Civil War Battles in the West. (Manhattan, Kansas: The Sunflower Press, 1981.)

Fischer, LeRoy H. The Western Territories in the Civil War. (Manhattan, Kansas: Journal of the West, 1977.)

Fischer, LeRoy H., editor The Western States in the Civil War: Six for the Union; Three for the Confederacy. (Manhattan, Kansas: Journal of the West XIV:1[January, 1975].)

Frazier, Donald S. Cottonclads! The Battle of Galveston and the Defense of the Texas Coast. (Abilene, Texas: McWhiney Foundation Press, 1998.)

Gilmore, Donald L. Civil War on the Missouri-Kansas Border. (Gretna, Louisiana: Pelican Publishing Co., 1996.)

Glatthaar, Joseph T. The American Civil War: The War in the Wast 1863–1865. (Botley, Oxford, England: Osprey Publishing "Essential Histories", 2001.)

Goodrich, Thomas. Black Flag: Guerrilla Warfare on the Western Border, 1861–1865. (Bloomington: Indiana Press, 1995; Eicher #26.)

Goodrich, Thomas. Bloody Dawn: The Story of the Lawrence Massacre. (Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, 1991; Eicher #99.)

Goodrich, Thomas. War to the Knife: Bleeding Kansas, 1854–1861. (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, 1998.)

Gosnell, H. Allen. Guns on the Western Waters: The Story of River Gunboats in the Civil War. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1949, 1993)

Grady, John C., and Bradford K. Felmly. Suffering to Silence: 29th Texas Cavalry, CSA, Regimental History. (Quanah, TX: Nortex Press, 1975.)

Hale, Douglas. The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993; Eicher #1091.)

Hall, Martin Hardwick. Sibley’s New Mexico Campaign. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000 reprint of 1960 edition by University of Texas Press; ITC #77.)

Harding, James. Service with the Missouri State Guard: The Memoir of Brigadier General James Harding. (Springfield, Missouri: Oak Hills Publishing, 2000.)

Harris, Charles. Under the Black Flag. (Independence, Missouri: Two Trails Publishing, 2001.)

Hinton, Richard J. Rebel Invasion of Missouri and Kansas and the Campaign of the Army of the Border against General Sterling Price in October and November 1864. (Ottawa, Kansas: Kansas Heritage Press, 1994, with new introduction; originally published by Church & Goodman, Chicago, Illinois, 1865.)

Johansson, M. Jane. Peculiar Honor: A History of the 28th Texas Cavalry, 1862–1865. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1998.)

Joiner, Gary D.; foreword by Ed Bearss. Through the Howling Wilderness: The 1864 Red River Campaign and Union Failure in the West. (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2006.)

Josephy, Alvin M. Jr. Civil War in the American West. (New York: Alfred A. Knopf "A Borzoi Book", 1991; Eicher #28; Wooster #23.)

Josephy, Alvin M., Jr., and the editors of Time-Life Books. War on the Frontier: The Trans-Mississippi West. (Alexandria, Virginia: Time-Life Books "The Civil War" #23, 1986.)

Kerby, Robert L. Kirby Smith’s Confederacy: The Trans-Mississippi South, 1863–1865. (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1991; reprint of book by Columbia University Press, 1972; Eicher #696)

Lowe, Richard. Walker’s Texas Division, C.S.A.: Greyhounds of the Trans-Mississippi. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2004.)

McCaslin, Richard B. Tainted Breeze: The Great Hanging at Gainesville, Texas, 1862. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1994.)

Mackey, Robert R. The Uncivil War: Irregular Warfare in the Upper South, 1861–1865. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2004.)

Monaghan, Jay. Civil War on the Western Border, 1854–1865. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1984, reprint of Little-Brown Co., 1955; Eicher #29.)

Moneyhon, Carl H. The Impact of the Civil War and Reconstruction on Arkansas: Persistence in the Midst of Ruin. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2002; reprint of 1994 publication by the Louisiana State University Press.)

Moneyhon, Carl, and Bobby Roberts. Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Louisiana in the Civil War. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1990.)

Moneyhon, Carl, and Bobby Roberts. Portraits of Conflict: A Photographic History of Texas in the Civil War. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1998.)

Monks, William, edited by John F. Bradbury Jr., and Lou Wehmer. A History of Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas: Being an Account of the Early Settlements, the Civil War, the Ku-Klux, and Times of Peace. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2003; first published for William Monks by West Plains Journal Company, West Plains, MO, 1907.)

Montgomery, Don, editor. The Battle of Prairie Grove. (Prairie Grove, Arkansas: Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, 1996.)

Nichols, James L. The Confederate Quartermaster in the Trans-Mississippi. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1964.)

Oates, Stephen B. Confederate Cavalry West of the River. (Austin: The University of Texas Press, 1961, 1994; Eicher #30.)

Phillips, Christopher. The Battle of Wilson’s Creek. (N.p.: Eastern National Park & Monument Association, "National Park Service Civil War Series", 2001.)

Priehs, T. J., editor. Fort Scott National Historic Site. (Tucson, Arizona: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1991.)

Prushankin, Jeffrey S. A Crisis in Confederate Command: Edmund Kirby Smith, Richard Taylor, and the Army of the Trans-Mississippi. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2005.)

Reid, Thomas. Spartan Band: Burnett’s 13th Texas Cavalry in the Civil War. (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2005.)

Rochette, Patricia Adkins. Bourland in North Texas & Indian Territory during the Civil War, Fort Cobb, Fort Arbuckle, and the Wichita Mountains. [Two volumes in one. I: Colonel James G. Bourland Timeline; II: Appendix.] (Broken Arrow, Oklahoma: Privately Printed for the Bourland Society, 16 Aug 2005.)

Shea, William L. The Campaign for Pea Ridge. (N.p.: Eastern National Park & Monument Association, "National Park Service Civil War Series", 2001.)

Shea, William L., and Earl J. Hess. Pea Ridge: Civil War Campaign in the West. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1992.)

Sibley, Joel H. Storm over Texas: The Annexation Controversy and the Road to Civil War. (Pivotal Moments in American History). (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.)

Smith, David Paul. Frontier Defense in the Civil War: Texas’ Rangers and Rebels. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1992; Eicher #952.)

Smith, Edward Conrad. The Borderland in the Civil War. (New York: Macmillan, 1927.)

Starr, Stephen Z. Jennison’s Jayhawkers: A Civil War Cavalry Regiment and Its Commander. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1973, 1993; Eicher #1058.)

Steele, Phillip W., and Steve Cottrell. Civil War in the Ozarks. (Gretna, Louisiana: Pelican Publishing Company, 1993.)

Sutherland, Daniel E., editor. Guerrillas, Unionists, and Violence on the Confederate Home Front. (Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 1999.)

Thompson, Jerry D. Vaqueros in Blue and Gray. (Abilene, Texas: McWhiney Foundation Press, 1997.)

Tucker, Phillip Thomas. The Final Fury: Palmito Ranch, the Last Battle of the Civil War. (Mechanicsville, Pennsylvania, Stackpole, 2001.)

Tunnard, William H. A Southern Record: The History of the Third Louisiana Infantry. (Baton Rouge: Printed for the Author, 1866; Coulter #475.)

Wilson, John P. When the Texans Came: Missing Records from the Civil War in the Southwest, 1861–1862. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2001.)

Wooster, Ralph A. Lone Star Regiments in Gray. (Austin, Texas: Eakin Press, 2002.)

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Slavery; Abolition; African-American Soldiers; etc.

Baker, T. Lindsay, and Julie P. Baker, editors. The WPA Oklahoma Slave Narratives. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.)

Blight, David W. Beyond the Battlefield: Race, Memory, and the American Civil War. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2002.)

Berwanger, Eugene H. The Frontier Against Slavery: Western Anti-Negro Prejudice and the Slavery Extension Controversy. (Urbana: The University of Illinois Press, 1967, 2002.)

Bowles, Col. John. The Stormy Petrel: An Historical Romance [of the Civil War]. (New York: A. Lovell Co., 1892.) [Novelist John Bowles was Lieutenant Colonel of the 1st Kansas Colored Volunteers.]

Brundage, W. Fitzhugh. Where These Memories Grow: History, Memory, and Southern Identity. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2000.)

Cornish, Dudley Taylor. The Sable Arm: Black Troops in the Union Army, 1861–1865. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 1956, 1987; Eicher #651.)

Eastern National Park & Monument Association. The Negro in the Civil War. (N.p.: Eastern Acorn Press, 1988; 44 pp.; originally published by Historical Time, Inc., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, as a special issue of Civil War Times Illustrated.)

Forbes, Jack D. Africans and Native Americans: The Language of Race and the Evolution of Red-Black Peoples. (Urbana: University of Chicago Press, 1993; 2nd edition.)

Fowler, Arlen L. Black Infantry in the West, 1869–1891. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.)

Glatthaar, Joseph T. Forged in Battle: The Civil War Alliance of Black Soldiers and White Officers. (New York: Free Press, a division of Macmillan, Inc., 1990; Eicher #654.)

Gooding, James Henry; edited by Virginia Adams. On the Altar of Freedom: A Black Soldier’s Civil War Letters from the Front. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1991; Cole II #90.)

Hargrove, Hondon B. Black Union Soldiers in the Civil War. (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland and Company, 1998.)

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Army Life in a Black Regiment. (Richmond, Virginia: Time-Life, Inc., "Collectors Library of the Civil War, 1982; facsimile reprint of 1870 edition; Eicher #513.)

Hurt, R. Douglas. Agriculture and Slavery in Missouri’s Little Dixie. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1992.)

Kennedy, Roger G. Mr. Jefferson’s Lost Cause: Land, Farmers, Slavery, and the Louisiana Purchase. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.)

Lardas, Mark; illus. by Peter Dennis. African-American Soldier in the Civil War, U.S.C.T. 1862–1866. (Botley, Oxford: Osprey, "Warrior Series No. 114,” 2006.)

Levine, Bruce. Confederate Emancipation: Southern Plans to Free and Arm Slaves during the Civil War. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2005.)

Longacre, Edward G. A Regiment of Slaves: The 4th United States Colored Infantry, 1863–1866. (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole, 2003.)

McPherson, James M. The Negro’s Civil War: How American Negroes Felt and Acted during the War for the Union. (New York: Random House "Vintage Books", 1965.)

Mayer, Henry. All on Fire: William Lloyd Garrison and the Abolition of Slavery. (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1998.)

Minges, Patrick. Black Indian Slave Narratives. (Winston-Salem, North Carolina: John F. Blair, 2004.)

Morrison, Michael A. Slavery and the American West: Eclipse of Manifest Destiny and the Coming of the Civil War. (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1997.)

Paradis, James M. Strike the Blow for Freedom: The 6th United States Colored Infantry in the Civil War. (Shippensburg, PA: White Mane Publishing Co., 1998.)

Perdue, Theda. Mixed Blood Indians: Racial Construction in the Early South. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2003, 2005.)

Perdue, Theda. Slavery and the Evolution of Cherokee Society, 1540–1866. (Knoxville: University of Tennessee, 1979, 1987.)

Porter, Kenneth W.; revised and edited by Alcione M. Amos and Thomas P. Senter. The Black Seminoles: History of a Freedom-Seeking People. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 1996.)

Quarles, Benjamin. The Negro in the Civil War. (Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1953.)

Redkey, Edwin S. A Grand Army of Black Men. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England: Cambridge University Press, 1992.)

Rollins, Richard. Black Southerners in Gray: Essays on Afro-Americans in Confederate Armies. (Redondo Beach, California: Rand and File Publications, 1994.)

Segars, J. H., and Charles Kelly Barrow. Black Southerners in Confederate Armies: A Collection of Historical Accounts. (Atlanta, Georgia: Southern Lion Books, 2001.)

Trudeau, Noah Andre. Like Men of War: Black Troops in the Civil War 1862–1865. (Boston: Back Bay Books, 1999; originally published by Little, Brown & Co, 1998.)

Urwin, Gregory J. W. Black Flag over Dixie: Racial Atrocities and Reprisals in the Civil War. (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2005.)

Weaver, C. P., editor. "Thank God My Regiment an African One": The Civil War Diary of Colonel Nathan W. Daniel [and history of the 2nd Louisiana Native Guards]. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1998.)

Wilson, Joseph T. The Black Phalanx. (Salem, New Hampshire, Ayre Company Publishers, Inc., 1992; reprinted from a copy originally published in 1968 by Arno Press, Inc..)

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Biographies and Memoirs

Averell, William Woods; edited by Edward K. Eckert and Nicholas J. Amato. Ten Years in the Saddle: The Memoir of William Woods Averell, 1851–1862. (San Rafael, California: Presidio Press, 1978; Eicher #442.)

Baker, T. Lindsay, editor. Confederate Guerrilla: The Civil War Memoir of Joseph Bailey. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2007.)

Barton, O. S., with notes by Albert Castel and commentary by Herman Hattaway. Three Years with Quantrill: A true story told by his scout John McCorkle. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1992.)

Bass, Althea J. Cherokee Messenger [Biography of Samuel Austin Worcester, Missionary among the Cherokee]. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1936; second printing, 1968.)

Bolsterli, Margaret Jones. A Remembrance of Eden: Harriet Bailey Bullock Daniel’s Memories of a Frontier Plantation in Arkansas, 1849–1872. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1993.)

Bristow, Joseph Quatle. Tales of Old Fort Gibson. (New York: Exposition Press, 1961.)

Britton, Wiley. Memoirs of the Rebellion on the Border, 1863. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press "Bison Books", 1993; reprint of 1882 original; Coulter #52; Eicher #453.)

Brophy, Patrick, editor. "Found No Bushwhackers": the 1864 Diary of Sgt. James P. Mallery, Company A, Third Wisconsin Cavalry, stationed at Balltown, Mo. (Nevada, Missouri: Vernon County Historical Society, 1988.)

Castel, Albert. William Clarke Quantrill: His Life and Times. (New York: Frederick Fell and Co., 1962; Eicher #311.)

Castel, Albert, and Thomas Goodrich. Bloody Bill Anderson: The Short, Savage Life of a Civil War Guerilla. (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania: Stackpole Books, 1998.)

Cater, Douglas John. As It Was: Reminiscences of a Soldier of the Third Texas Cavalry and the Nineteenth Louisiana Infantry. (Austin, Texas: State House Press, 1990.)

Collins, Robert. General James G. Blunt: Tarnished Glory. (Gretna, Louisiana: Pelican Press, 2006.)

Cutrer, Thomas W. Ben McCulloch and the Frontier Military Tradition. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1993; Eicher #287.)

Daniel, Harriet Bailey Bullock; edited by Margaret Jones Bolsterli. A Remembrance of Eden: Harriet Bailey Bullock Daniel’s Memories of a Frontier Plantation in Arkansas, 1849–1872. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 1993; Cole II #483.)

Fisher, George Adams. The Yankee Conscript; or, Eighteen Months in Dixie. (Philadelphia: J. W. Daughaday, 1864; Coulter #161.)

Franks, Kenny A. Stand Watie and the Agony of the Cherokee Nation. (Memphis, Tennessee: Memphis State University Press, 1979.)

Grayson, George Washington; edited by David W. Baird. A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: The Autobiography of Chief G. W. Grayson. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, "Civilization of the American Indian" Series, 1988; Cole II #371.)

Irving, Washington. A Tour on the Prairies. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1956; originally by Curry, Lea & Blanchard, Philadelphia, 1835.)

Knight, Wilfred. Red Fox: Stand Watie and the Confederate Indian Nations during the Civil War Years in Indian Territory. (Glendale, California: Arthur H. Clark Co., 1988.)

Livingston, John C. Such a Foe as Livingston: The Campaign of Confederate Major Thomas R. Livingston’s First Missouri Cavalry Battalion of Southwest Missouri. (Wyandotte, Oklahoma: Gregarth Publishing, 2004.)

Lowe, Percival G.; intro. by Don Russell; foreword by Jerome A. Greene. Five Years a Dragoon (’49 to ’54) and other Adventures on the Great Plains. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1965, 1991; originally published by Franklin Hudson Co., Kansas City, Missouri, 1906.)

Lowe, Richard, editor. A Texas Cavalry Officer’s Civil War: The Diary and Letters of James C. Bates. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1999.)

McGhee, James E. Campaigning with General Marmaduke: Narratives and Roster of the 8th Missouri Cavalry Regiment, C.S.A. (Independence, Missouri: Two Trails Publishing, 2002.)

Monnett, Howard N., and Wayne Schnetzer, editors; transcribed by Joanne Chiles Eakin. The Splendors and Horrors of a Battlefield: A Yankee Cavalryman, C. W. Dewolf, Views the Battle of Prairie Grove and Afterwards. (Independence, Missouri: Two Trails Publishing, 1999.)

Moulton, Gary L. John Ross, Cherokee Chief. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1978.)

Neal, Diane, and Thomas W. Kremm. The Lion of the South: General Thomas C. Hindman. (Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press, 1993, 1997.)

Oates, Stephen B. To Purge This Land with Blood: A Biography of John Brown. (New York: Harper & Row, 1970; Eicher #621.)

Peterson, Paul R. Quantrill of Missouri: The Making of a Guerilla Warrior [The Man, The Myth, The Soldier]. (Nashville, Tennessee: Cumberland House, 2003.)

Phillips, Christopher. Damned Yankee: The Life of General Nathaniel Lyon. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1990; Eicher #534.)

Pike, James. The Scout and Ranger: Being the personal adventures of Corporal Pike, of the Fourth Ohio Cavalry. (Cincinnati & New York: J. R. Hawley & Co., 1865; Coulter #372.)

Rea, Ralph. Sterling Price: The Lee of the West. (Little Rock, Arkansas: Pioneer Press, 1959.)

Robertson, Brian K., editor. Things Grew Beautifully Worse: The Wartime Experiences of Captain John O’Brien, 30th Arkansas Infantry, C.S.A. (Little Rock: Central Arkansas Library System "Butler Center for Arkansas Studies", 2001.)

Rose, Victor M. Ross’ Texas Brigade: Being a narrative of events connected with its service in the late war between the states. (Louisville, Kentucky: The Courier-Journal Book and Job Rooms, 1881; Coulter #398.)

Ross, Kirby, editor. Autobiography of Samuel Hildebrand: The Renowned Missouri Bushwhacker. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2005.)

Slover, James Anderson; edited by Barbara Cloud. Minister to the Cherokees: A Civil War Autobiography. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2001.)

Stanton, Donal J., Goodwin F. Berquist, and Paul C. Bowers. The Civil War Reminiscences of General M. Jeff Thompson. (Dayton, Ohio: Morningside House, Inc., 1988.)

Tilley, Nannie M., editor. Federals on the Frontier: The Diary of Benjamin E. McIntyre. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1963.)

Vaught, Elsa, editor. The Diary of An Unknown Soldier: September 5, 1862 to December 7, 1862 - Found on a Battlefield. (N.p.: "Reprinted from the Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 1959"; typescript of manuscript in the archives of the Iowa State Department of History and Archives, September, 1936.)

Warde, Mary Jane. George Washington Grayson and the Creek Nation, 1843–1920. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press "The Civilization of the American Indian" series #235, 1999.)

Ware, Captain Eugene F.; Clyde C. Walton, intro. and notes. The Indian War of 1864. (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1960; originally published by Crane & Co., Topeka, Kansas, 1911.)

Watson, William, of Skelmorlie, Scotland. Life in the Confederate Army: Being the observations and experiences of an alien in the South during the American Civil War. (London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1887; Coulter #467.)

Wilkins, Thurman. Cherokee Tragedy: The Ridge Family and the Decimation of a People. 2nd Edition. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1986; reprint of 1970 edition by Macmillan & Co., New York.)

Williams, Ellen. Three and a-Half Years in the Army; or, History of the Second Colorados. (Albany, Missouri: Century Reprints, 1999; facsimile of 1885 volume by Fowler and Wells Co., New York.)

Wing, Tom, editor. A Rough Introduction to This Sunny Land: The Civil War Journal of Private Henry A. Strong, 12th Kansas Infantry. (Little Rock: Central Arkansas Library System - Butler Center, 2006.)

Woodruff, William Edward. With the Light Guns in ’61–’65: Reminiscences of eleven Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas light batteries, in the civil war. (Little Rock: Central Printing Co., 1903; Coulter #485.)

Wynn, William O. Biographical Sketch of the Life of an Old Confederate Soldier, also Three years as a cowboy on the frontier of Texas. (Greenville, Texas: Greenville Printing Co., 1916; Coulter #490.)

Yeary, Mamie. Reminiscences of the Boys in Gray, 1861–1865. (McGregor, Texas: Unknown, 1912; facsimile reprint with new material by Morningside Press, Dayton, Ohio, 1982.)

Part II: Articles from The Chronicles of Oklahoma. (Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society, 1921–present.)

Indian Territory

Anderson, Mabel Washbourne. “General Stand Watie,” 10 (December 1932):540–548.

Ashcraft, Allan C. “Confederate Indian Department Conditions in August, 1864,” 41 (Autumn 1963):270–285.

Ashcraft, Allan C. “Confederate Indian Territory Conditions in 1865,” 42 (Winter 1964):421–428.

Ashcraft, Allan C. “Confederate Indian Troop Conditions in 1864,” 41 (Winter 1963):442–449.

Bahos, Charles. “On Opothleyahola’s Trail,” 63 (Spring 1985):58–89.

Balman, Gail. “The Creek Treaty of 1866,” 48 (Summer 1970):184–196.

Banks, Dean. “Civil War Refugees From Indian Territory in the North, 1861–1864,” 41 (Autumn 1963):286–298.

Britton, Wiley. “Some Reminiscences of the Cherokee People Returning to Their Homes the Exiles of a Nation,” 6 (June 1928):163–167.

Bryce, J. Y. “Perryville at One Time Regular Military Post,” 4 (June 1926):184–191.

Clampitt, Brad R. “’An Indian Shall Not Spill an Indian’s Blood’: The Confederate-Indian Conference at Camp Napoleon, 1865,” 82 (Spring 2005):34–53.

Clark, Blue. “Chickasaw Colonization in Oklahoma,” 54 (Spring 1976):44–59.

Clifford, Roy A. “The Indian Regiments in the Battle of Pea Ridge" 25 (Winter 1947):314–322.

Corbett, William P. “Rifles and Ruts: Army Road Builders in Indian Territory,” 60 (Autumn 1982):294–309.

Cubage, Annie Rosser. “Engagement at Cabin Creek, Indian Territory, July 1 and 2, 1863,” 10 (March 1932):44–51.

Dale, Edward Everett. “Additional Letters of Stand Watie,” 1 (June 1921):131–149.

Dale, Edward Everett. “Some Letters of Stand Watie,” 1 (March 1921):30–59.

Darling, Ernest F. “Lincoln’s Message to Indian Territory,” 63 (Summer 1985):186–191.

Davis, J. B. “Slavery in the Cherokee Nation,” 11 (December 1933):1055–1072.

Debo, Angie. “The Site of the Battle of Round Mountain, 1861,” 27 (Summer 1949):187–206.

DuChateau, Andre Paul. “Creek Nation on the Eve of the Civil War,” 52 (Fall 1974):290–315.

Edwards, Whit. “Butternut and Blue: Civil War Uniforms in the Indian Territory,” 73 (Winter 1995):424–437.

Fischer, LeRoy H. “A Civil War Experience of Some Arkansas Women in Indian Territory,” 57 (Summer 1979):137–163.

Fischer, LeRoy H., and Kenny A. Franks. “Confederate Victory at Chusto-Tal’’asah,” 49 (Winter 1971):452–476.

Fischer, LeRoy H. and William L. McMurry. “Confederate Refugees from Indian Territory,” 57 (Winter 1979–1980):451–462.

Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. “Report of Captain John Stuart on the Construction of the Road from Fort Smith to Horse Prairie on the Red River,” 5 (September 1927):333–347.

Foreman, Grant. “The Centennial of Fort Gibson,” 2 (June 1924):119–128.

Foreman, Grant. “Fort Davis,” 17 (June 1939):147–150.

Foreman, Grant. “A Journal Kept by Douglas H. Cooper,” 5 (December 1927):381–390.

Foreman, Grant. “Reminiscences of R. P. Vann, East of Webbers Falls, Oklahoma, September 28, 1932, as told to Grant Foreman,” 11 (June 1933):838–844.

Franks, Kenny A. “An Analysis of the Confederate Treaties with the Five Civilized Tribes,” 50: (Winter 1972–73):458–473

Franks, Kenny A. “The Implementation of the Confederate Treaties with the Five Civilized Tribes,” 51 (Spring 1973):21–33.

Franzmann, Tom. “The Final Campaign: The Confederate Offensive of 1864,” 63 (Fall 1985):266–279.

Franzmann, Tom L. “‘Peculiarly Situated between Rebellion and Loyalty’: Civilized Tribes, Savagery, and the American Civil War,” 76 (Summer 1998):140–159.

Freeman, Charles R. “The Battle of Honey Springs,” 8 (June 1935):154–168.

Gibson, Arrell Morgan. “America’s Exiles,” 54 (Spring, 1976):3–15.

Gibson, Arrell Morgan, general editor. “America’s Exiles: Indian Colonization in Oklahoma,” 54 (Spring, 1976); "Suggested Additional Readings" pp.145–147.

Graves, William H. “Indian Soldiers for the Gray Army: Confederate Recruitment in Indian Territory,” 69 (Summer 1991):134–146.

Hampton, Carol. “Indian Colonization in the Cherokee Outlet and Western Indian Territory,” 54 (Spring, 1976):130–146.

Hancock, Marvin J. “The Second Battle of Cabin Creek,” 39 (Winter 1961–62):414–426.

Haveman, Christopher. “‘With Great Difficulty and Labour’: The Emigration of the McIntosh Party of Creek Indians, 1827–1828,” in The Chronicles of Oklahoma 85 (Winter 2007–08):468–490.

Heath, Gary N. “The First Federal Invasion of Indian Territory,” 44 (Winter 1966):409–419.

Henslick, Harry. “The Seminole Treaty of 1866,” 48 (Autumn 1970):280–294.

Holm, Tom. “Cherokee Colonization in Oklahoma,” 54 (Spring 1976):60–76.

Johnston, Carolyn Ross. “‘The Panther's Scream is Often Heard’: Cherokee Women in Indian Territory during the Civil War,” 78 (Spring 2000):84–107.

Jones, Trevor. “In Defense of Sovereignty: Cherokee Soldiers, White Officers, and Discipline in the Third Indian Home Guard,” 82 (Winter 2004–05):412–427.

Jordan, H. Glenn. “Choctaw Colonization in Oklahoma,” 54 (Spring 1976):16–33.

Kalisch Philip A. and Beatrice J. Kalisch. “Indian Territory Forts 1839–1865, Charnel Houses of the Frontier,” 50 (Spring 1972):65–81.

Kelman, Ari. “Deadly Currents: John Ross’s Decision of 1861,” 73 (Spring 1995):80–103.

Kensell, Lewis Anthony. “Reconstruction in the Choctaw Nation,” 47 (Summer 1969):138–153.

Kremm, Thomas W. and Diane Neal. “Crisis of Command: The Hindman/Pike Controversy over the Defense of the Trans-Mississippi District,” 70 (Spring 1992):26–45.

Lambert, O. A. “Historical Sketch of Colonel Samuel Checote, Once Chief of the Creek Nation,” 4 (September 1926):275–280.

Lashley, Tommy G. “Oklahoma’s Confederate Veterans Home,” 55 (Spring 1977):34–45.

Lee, Keun Sang. “The Capture of the J. R. Williams,” 60 (Spring 1982):22–31.

Lemley, Harry J. “Historic Letters of General Ben McCulloch and Chief John Ross in the Civil War,” 40 (Autumn 1962):286–294.

McNeil, Kinneth. [sic.] "Confederate Treaties in Indian Territory,” 62 (Winter 1964):408–420.

Milligan, James C., and L. David Norris. “Keeping the Peace: William H. Emory and the Command at Fort Arbuckle" [1850s], 69 (Fall 1991):256–281.

Moore, Jessie Randolph. “The Five Great Indian Nations: Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Seminole and Creek: The Part They Played in Behalf of the Confederacy in the War between the States,” in The Chronicles of Oklahoma, 29 (Autumn 1951):324–336.

Morgan, James F. “The Choctaw Warrants of 1863,” 57 (Spring 1979):55–66.

Morrison, W. B. “Fort Arbuckle,” 6 (March 1928):26–34.

Morrison, W. B. “Fort McCulloch,” 4 (September 1926):216–222.

Morrison, W. B. “Fort Towson,” 8 (June 1930):226–231.

Morrison, W. B. “Fort Washita,” 5 (June 1927):251–258.

Morton, Ohland. “Confederate Government Relations with the Five Civilized Tribes,” 31 (Summer 1953):189–204; and, 31 (Autumn 1953):299–324.

Morton, Ohland. “Reconstruction in the Creek Nation,” 9 (June 1931):171–179.

Parker, Linda. “Indian Colonization in Northeastern and Central Indian Territory,” 54 (Spring 1976):104–129.

Peery, Dan W. “Oklahoma: A Foreordained Commonwealth,” 14 (March 1936):22–48.

Rampp, Lary C. “Civil War Battle of Barron Creek, I.T., 1863,” 48 (Spring 1970):74–82.

Russell, Orpha. “EKVN-HV’LWUCE Site of Oklahoma’s First Civil War Battle" 29 (Winter 1951):401–407.

Savage, William W. Jr. “Creek Colonization in Oklahoma,” 54 (Spring 1976):34–43.

Shirk, George H. “The Confederate Postal System in Indian Territory,” 61 (Summer 1963):160–218.

Shirk, George H. “The Place of the Indian Territory in the Command Structure of the Civil War,” 45 (Winter 1967):464–471.

Shoemaker, Arthur. “The Battle of Chustenalah,” 38 (Summer 1960):180–184.

Steacy, Stephen. “The Chickasaw Nation on the Eve of the Civil War,” 49 (Spring 1971):51–74.

Sweeney, Kevin. “Twixt Scylla and Charybdis: Environmental Pressure on the Choctaw to Ally with the Confederacy,” 85 (Spring 2007):72–93.

Tower, Michael. “Fred Tecumseh Waite: Outlaw Statesman,” 76 (Summer 1998):190–217.

Trickett, Dean. “The Civil War in Indian Territory,” 17 (September 1939):315–327; 17 (December 1939):401–412; 18 (June 1940):142,153; 18 (September 1940):266–280; 19 (March 1941):55–69; 19 (December 1941):381–396.

Warde, Mary Jane. “Now the Wolf Has Come: The Civilian Civil War in the Indian Territory,” 71 (Spring 1993):64–87.

Warren, Hannah R. “Reconstruction in the Cherokee Nation,” 45 (Summer 1967):180–189.

Welsh, Louise. “Seminole Colonization in Oklahoma,” 54 (Spring 1976):77–103.

Willey, William J. “The Second Federal Invasion of Indian Territory,” 44 (Winter 1966):420–430.

Wilson, T. Paul. “Confederate Delegates of the Five Civilized Tribes,” 53 (Fall 1975):353–366.

Wright, Muriel H. “Additional Notes on Perryville, Choctaw Nation,” 8 (June 1930):146–147.

Wright, Muriel H. “Colonel Cooper’s Civil War Report on the Battle of Round Mountain,” 39 (Winter 1961–62):352–397.

Wright, Muriel H., "General Douglas H. Cooper, C.S.A." 32 (June 1954):142–184.

Wright, Muriel H. “Historic Places on the Old Stage Line from Fort Smith to Red River,” 11 (June 1933):798–822.

Wright, Muriel H. “A History of Fort Cobb,” 34 (Spring 1956):53–71.

Wright, Muriel H. “Lieutenant Averell’s Ride,” 39 (Spring 1961):2–14.

Wright, Muriel H., and LeRoy H. Fischer. “Civil War Sites in Oklahoma,” 44 (Spring 1966):158–215.

Zellar, Gary. “Occupying the Middle Ground: African Creeks in the First Indian Home Guard, 1862–1865,” 76 (Spring 1998):48–71.

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Neighboring & Other Trans–Mississippi States

Fischer, LeRoy H., and Jerry Gill. “Confederate Indian Forces Outside of Indian Territory,” 46 (Autumn 1968):249–284.

Hale, Douglas. “Rehearsal for Civil War: The Texas Cavalry the Indian Territory,” 68 (Fall 1990):228–265.

Mellor, William J. “The Military Investigation of Col. John M. Chivington Following the Sand Creek Massacre,” 16 (December 1938):444–464.

Phillips, Charles J. “Alvin Woods’ Retreat from Prairie Grove,” 7 (June 1929):170–171.

Slavery, Abolition, African-American Soldiers, etc.

Billington, Monroe. “Black Slavery in Indian Territory: The Ex-Slave Narratives,” 60 (Spring 1982):56–65.

Davis, J. B. “Slavery in the Cherokee Nation,” 11 (December 1933):1056–1072.

Halliburton, Janet. “Black Slavery in the Creek Nation,” 56 (Autumn 1978):298–314.

Haliburton, R., Jr. “Origins of Black Slavery Among the Cherokees,” 52 (Winter 1974–75):483–496.

James, Parthenia Louise. “The Freedman Problem in the Chickasaw Nation,” 45 (Spring 1967):45–57

Perdue, Theda. “Cherokee Planters, Black Slaves, and African Colonization,” 60 (Autumn 1982):322–331.

Rampp, Lary C. “Negro Troop Activity in Indian Territory, 1863–1865,” 47 (Spring 1969):38–66.

Wilson, L. W. “Reminiscences of Jim Tomm,” 44 (Autumn 1966):290–306.

Wilson, Walt. “Freedmen in Indian Territory During Reconstruction,” 49 (Summer 1971):230–244.

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Biographies and Memoirs

Britton, Wiley . “A Day with Colonel W. F. Cloud,” 5 (June 1927):311–321.

Edwards, John. “My Escape from the South in 1861,” 43 (Spring 1965):58–89.

Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. “General Benjamin Henry Grierson,” 24 (Summer 1946):195–218.

Foreman, Carolyn Thomas. “Lieutenant General Theophilus Hunter Holmes and Fort Holmes,” 35 (Winter 1957):425–435.

Harrison, Jeanne V. “Matthew Leeper, Confederate Indian Agent,” 47 (Autumn 1969):242–257.

Kelton, Paul. “William Penn Adair: Cherokee Slaveholder and Indian Freedom Advocate,” 77 (Spring 1999):22–53.

King, Jerlena. “Jackson Lewis, of the Confederate Creek Regiment,” 41 (Spring 1963):61–69.

McFadden, Marguerite. “Col. John Thompson Drew: Cherokee Cavalier,” 59 (Spring 1981):31–53.

Meserve, John Bartlett. “Chief Opothleyahola,” 9 (December 1931):439–453.

Meserve, John Bartlett. “Chief Samuel Checote, with Sketches of Chiefs Locher Harjo and Ward Coachman,” 16 (December 1938):401–409.

Meserve, John Bartlett. “Governor Daugherty (Winchester) Colbert,” 18 (December 1940):348–356.

Meserve, John Bartlett. “John Ross,” 13 (December 1935):421–437.

Meserve, John Bartlett. “The MacIntoshes,” 10 (September 1932): 310–324.

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