Oklahoma Civil War Confederate Units
Confederate Units of Indian Territory consisted of Native Americans from the Five Civilized Tribes — the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole nations. The 1st Cherokee Mounted Rifles were commanded by the highest ranking Native American of the war: Brig. Gen. Stand Watie, who also became the last Confederate General to surrender on June 25, 1865.

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U.S. Civil War Regimental Index ... Regimental Index . Union Regimental Information. Source - "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion" by Frederick H. Dyer (Part 3)
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Other General Resources: Civil War Movies: Truth or Fiction? ..... Atoka, Oklahoma · The Oklahoma Historical Society's Fort Washita, 1842-1865; South Carolina .... by States (Federal & Confederate: version 10.7)(mirror site: Civil War Units).
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Confederate units of Indian Territory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Indian Territory in the American Civil War - Wikipedia, the free ...
At the onset of war, Confederate forces took possession of the US army forts in the area. ... Cooper's troops became unorganized and retreated when wet gunpowder ... The Cherokee Nation in the Civil War, Norman, Oklahoma: University of ...
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List of American Civil War regiments by state - Wikipedia, the free ...
A list of American Civil War regiments organized into federally organized units as ... forces from states which did not fall under Union or Confederate control are ...
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Oklahoma in the Civil War | Learn | FamilySearch.org
... Samuel B. Maxey reorganized Confederate troops in ... First Chickasaw Battalion (Oklahoma) ...
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Civil War Traveler: Oklahoma (Indian Territory)
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Oklahoma in the Civil War
After the civil war started, the union withdrew all troops from these forts to ... Though the Union won the war, the Confederacy successfully plundered many ...
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Apr 24, 2011 ... Oklahoma commemorates Civil War 150 years after secession swept ... 1861 when U.S. troops, in reaction to Confederate activity in Texas and ...
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Other General Resources: Civil War Movies: Truth or Fiction? .... UNC at Chapel Hill): Confederate Broadside Poetry Collection (via Wake Forest University) ..... Atoka, Oklahoma · The Oklahoma Historical Society's Fort Washita, 1842-1865; South .... by States (Federal & Confederate: version 10.7)(mirror site: Civil War Units).
Oklahoma in the Civil War
After the civil war started, the union withdrew all troops from these forts to ... Though the Union won the war, the Confederacy successfully plundered ..... Gibson, Arrell M., The Oklahoma Story(Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1978).
Confederate units of Indian Territory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Confederate Units of Indian Territory consisted of Native Americans from the Five ... The Cherokee Nation in the Civil War (University of Oklahoma Press, 2007) ...
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A total of 7,860 Native Americans participated in the Confederate Army, as both ... Cooper's troops became unorganized and retreated when wet gunpowder caused ... The Cherokee Nation in the Civil War, Norman, Oklahoma: University of ...
Bibliography of American Civil War Confederate military unit histories
[edit source | edit]. Gaines, W. Craig. The Confederate Cherokees: John Drew's Regiment of Mounted Rifles. Baton Rouge ...
Colorado in the American Civil War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
These Confederate Partisan Ranger units operated in the Colorado Territory from .... The unit's contribution to the American Civil War now lives on through an Oklahoma-based reenacting ... Norman: The University of Oklahoma Press, 1959 .
American Indians in the Civil War | Learn | FamilySearch.org
They served in various regiments in Oklahoma as well as in military units of other ... Units of the Confederate States Army" by Joseph H. Crute, Jr. contains no ... ( 2007), The Cherokee Nation in the Civil War, University of Oklahoma Press.
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Aug 7, 2013 ... During the Civil War, most of the area of present-day Oklahoma, was called the ... Two major Oklahoma units were the Confederate Indian Brigade and the Union .... (Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, c1992).
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The impact of the Civil War on the civilian population of the Indian Territory ... the safety of Unionist Kansas, Confederate Indian and Texas troops launched a ...
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The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War
The Third Texas Cavalry in the Civil War
Douglas Hale, 2000
Douglas Hale narrates troop movements and battle actions, sensitively portraying the sufferings and private thoughts of individual cavalrymen and their commanders as they marched back and forth across the Southern landscape.
Oklahoma, a History of Five Centuries
Oklahoma, a History of Five Centuries
Arrell Morgan Gibson, 1981
Thus the second Civil War engagement in Oklahoma, the Batde of Chusto Talasah, fought on December 9, 186 1 ... On the day after Christmas, 1861, Confederate troops ringed Opothleyaholo's camp and swept like a tide over the batdements.
The American Civil War in the Indian Territory
The American Civil War in the Indian Territory
John D. Spencer, 2006
Indians were recruited by both sides, and took the opportunity to pursue traditional hostilities which were supported by a variety of regular troops, guerrilla bands and outlaws. this book
A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: The Autobiography of Chief G. ...
A Creek Warrior for the Confederacy: The Autobiography of Chief G. ...
G. W. Grayson, W. David Baird, 1991
"The publication of George Washington Grayson's autobiography brings to light perhaps the only existing written account of a nineteenth-century Indian leader.
Civil War Arkansas, 1863: The Battle for a State (Campaigns and Commanders Series)
Civil War Arkansas, 1863: The Battle for a State (Campaigns and Commanders Series)
Mark K. Christ, 2010
The Arkansas River Valley is one of the most fertile regions in the South. During the Civil War, the river also served as a vital artery for moving troops and supplies. In 1863 the battle to wrest control of the valley was, in effect, a battle for the state itself. In spite of its importance, however, this campaign is often overshadowed by the sieg...
Historical Atlas of Oklahoma
Historical Atlas of Oklahoma
Charles Robert Goins, Danney Goble, 2006
Indian Territory was an active theater of operation for both the Federals and the Confederates during the Civil War. Several small battles ... To compound these factors, Federal troops had earlier abandoned the forts in Indian Territory. The first ...
Fields of Blood: The Prairie Grove Campaign (Civil War America)
Fields of Blood: The Prairie Grove Campaign (Civil War America)
William L. Shea, 2009
On Sunday, December 7, 1862, two armies collided at an obscure Arkansas hamlet named Prairie Grove in a desperate battle that effectively ended Confederate offensive operations west of the Mississippi River. In Fields of Blood, historian William L. Shea offers a gripping narrative of the events surrounding Prairie Grove, one of the great unsung bat...
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Oklahoma Civil War Confederate Units
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All Civil War battles in Oklahoma can be found here
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Oklahoma Civil War Sesquicentennial » Regiments in Indian Territory
Confederate Forces 1st Squadron, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers 1st Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers 1st Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Rifles 2nd Regiment, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers Cherokee Regiment, Volunteer Cavalry 1st Regiment, Seminole Mounted Volunteers 1st Regiment, Choctaw and Chickasaw Mounted Rifles 1st Regiment, Chickasaw Infantry (Hunter’s Indian Volunteers) 1st Battalion, Chickasaw Cavalry 1st Regiment, Choctaw Mounted Rifles 1st Battalion, Choctaw Cavalry 3rd Regiment, Choctaw Cavalry 1st Osage Battalion Washington’s Squadron of Indians (Reserve Squadron Cavalry) Wilkin’s Company, Choctaw Infantry Cooper’s Battalion, 1st Indian Brigade Choctaw Infantry Cherokee Regiment (Special Service) 1st Regiment, Creek Mounted Volunteers 2nd Regiment, Creek Mounted Volunteers 2nd Regiment, Choctaw Cavalry Federal Forces 1st Regiment, Indian Home Guard, Kansas Infantry 2nd Regiment, Indian Home Guard, Kansas Infantry 3rd Regiment, Indian Home Guard, Kansas Infantry 2nd Regiment, Colorado Infantry Find Out More To search for a soldier or view the lists of those who served in these regiments visit the National Park Service’s Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System. Note that Federal forces in Indian Territory are listed under Kansas and Colorado.
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Confederates in Richmond? Here we go again. | Bacon's Rebellion
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Honey Springs | Oklahoma Historical Society
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Tim Tebow's essentially out of the NFL | The Daily Caller
The famously Christian quarterback was let go by the Patriots
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Civil War Guerilla Leaders — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts
During the American Civil War, groups of so-called “partisan rangers” engaged in bloody campaigns of guerilla attacks, raiding and psychological warfare against rival military units and civilians.
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Oklahoma in the Civil War: Battle Sites and Ghost Towns
PLACES 1. Battle of Round Mountain (November 19, 1861) This was the first battle of the Civil War in Indian Territory Opothleyaholo’s a Upper Creek Chief was considered a Neutral Indian The Confederates were forced to retreat and Opothleyaholo relocated Present day Yale, Oklahoma 918-387-2815 2.
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Fighting the 'White Man's War' - NYTimes.com
The Battle of Honey Springs was one of the only Civil War engagements where the majority of the combatants were non-white.
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Oklahoma's largest Civil War battlefield may become National Park | Gadling.com
The Honey Springs Battlefield Park in Oklahoma may become a new addition to the National Park Service, the Tulsa World reports. The U.S. Department
www.gadling.com/2011/11/07/oklahomas-largest-civil-war-battlefield-may-become-national-par/
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