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Page 4 OPERATIONS IN MO., ARK., KANS., AND IND. T. Chapter XVIII.

NOVEMBER 19, 1861-JANUARY 4, 1862.- Operations in the Indian Territory.

SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL EVENTS.

Now. 19, 1861.- Engagement at Round Mountain.

December 9, 1861.- Engagement at Chusto-Talash (Bird Creek or High Shoal).

26, 1861.- Engagement at Chustenahlah.

27, 1861.- Skirmish with Creeks and Seminoles.

29, 1861.-Jan.4, 1862.- Scout after Hopoeithleyohola.

REPORTS, ETC.


Numbers 1.- Colonel Douglas H. Cooper, First Choctaw and Chickasaw Regiment, commanding Indian Department, of operations November 19, 1861- January 4, 1862.


Numbers 2.- Captain M. J. Brinson, Ninth Texas Cavalry, of engagement at Round Mountain.


Numbers 3.- Captain R. A. Young, First Choctaw and Chickasaw Regiment, of engagement at Round Mountain.


Numbers 4.- Colonel D. N. McIntosh, First Creek Regiment, of engagement at Chusto-Talasah.


Numbers 5.- Colonel John Drew, First Cherokee Mounted Rifles, of engagement at Chusto-Talasah.


Numbers 6.- Colonel William B. Sims, Ninth Texas Cavalry, of engagement at Chust-Talasah.


Numbers 7.- Captain Joseph R. Hall, First Choctaw and Chickasaw Regiment, of engagement at Chust-Talasah.


Numbers 8.- Captain Jackson McCurtain, First Choctaw and Chickasaw Regiment, of engagement at Chusto-Talasah.


Numbers 9.- Captain William B. Pitchlynn, Fist Choctaw and Chickasaw Regiment, of engagement at Chust-Talasah.


No. 10.- Colonel James McIntosh, Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles, commanding division, of engagement at Chustenahlah, Cherokee Nation, with letters found in Hopeitheyohola's camp.


No. 11.- Colonel W. C. Young, Eleventh Texas Cavalry, of engagement at Chustenahlah, Cherokee Nation.


No. 12.- Lieutenant Colonel John S. Griffith, Sixth Regiment Texas Cavalry, of engagement at Chustenahlah, Cherokee Nation.


No. 13.- Lieutenant Colonel Walter P. Lane, Third Texas (South Kansas-Texas) Cavalry, of engagement at Chustenahlah, Cherokee Nation.


No. 14.- Captain William Gipson, Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles, of engagement at Chustenahlah, Cherokee Nation.


No. 15.- Captain H. S. Bennett, Lamar Cavalry Company, of engagement at Chustenahlah, Cherokee Nation.


No. 16.- Colonel James McIntosh, Second Arkansas Mounted Rifles, commanding division, of skirmish with Creeks and Seminoles.


No. 17.- Colonel Stand Watie, Second Cherokee Mounted Rifles, of skirmish with Creeks and Seminoles.


No. 18.- Major E. C. Boudinot, Second Cherokee Mounted Rifles, of skirmish with Creeks and Seminoles.


Page 4 OPERATIONS IN MO., ARK., KANS., AND IND. T. Chapter XVIII.

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