The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War - The Slaveholding Indians Series
Publisher: Madison & Adams Press
The American Indian as Participant in the Civil War is one of the first historical accounts dealing with the participations of Native American in the American Civil War. Native Americans took active participation in the conflict. 28,693 Native Americans served during the war, mostly in the Confederate military. They participated in battles such as Pea Ridge, Second Manassas, Antietam, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor, and in Federal assaults on Petersburg.
The Battle of Pea Ridge, or Elkhorn and Its More Immediate Effects
Lane's Brigade and the Inception of the Indian
The Indian Refugees in Southern Kansas
The Organization of the First Indian Expedition
The March to Tahlequah and the Retrograde Movement of the "White Auxiliary"
General Pike in Controversy With General Hindman
Organization of the Arkansas and Red River Superintendency
The Retirement of General Pike
The Removal of the Refugees to the Sac and Fox Agency
Negotiations With Union Indians
Indian Territory in 1863, January to June Inclusive
Indian Territory in 1863, July to December Inclusive
Aspects, Chiefly Military, 1864-1865