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Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories 6 0 Browse Search
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Index, Volume 1. (ed. Frank Moore) 2 0 Browse Search
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 2 0 Browse Search
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Chatauqua (N. Y.) Volunteers, D. 83 Chesnut, James, Jr., delegate to Southern convention, D. 10; appointed to Beauregard's staff, D. 22; at Fort Sumter, D. 23 Chesnut Hill, Pa., D. 40 Chester County, Pa., D. 10 Chetwood, Hobart, Rev., D. 84 Chicago, Ill., Union. resolutions of, D. 11; Union meeting at, D, 30, 35 Child, Willard, D. 45 Childs, —, Captain, the Dayton Rifle Company, D. 33 Childs, George W., D. 56; Doc. 186 Chipp, W., D. 32 Chippewa Indians, D. 43 Chittenden, H. W., wife of, D. 46 Chittenden, S. B., D. 82; Doc. 94 Chisholm, Thomas, D. 68 Chowan Association, of N. C., D. 74 Chumasero, John C., D. 103 Cincinnati, O., workingmen's Union meeting at, D. 10 Cisco, John J., P. 8 Clancy, John, P. 14 Clark, Col. 19th N. Y. Regt., D. 95 Clarksburg, Va., citizens of, censure the course.of Gov. Letcher, D. 39 Clay, Cassius M., at Paris, D. 85, 94; letter to London Times, Doc. 340;
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Chippewa Indians, (search)
Chippewa Indians, Also known as Ojibways, an Algonquian family, living in scattered bands on the shores and islands of the upper lakes, first discovered by the French in 1640 at the Sault Ste. Marie, when they numbered about 2,000. They were then at war with the Iroquois, the Foxes, and the Sioux; and they drove the latter from the head-waters of the Mississippi and from the Red River of the North. The French established missionaries among them, and the Chippewas were the firm friends of these Europeans until the conquest of Canada ended French dominion in America. In 1712 they aided the French in repelling an attack of the Foxes on Detroit. In Pontiac's conspiracy (see Pontiac) they were his confederates; and they sided with the British in the war of the Revolution and of 1812. Joining the Miamis, they fought Wayne and were defeated, and subscribed to the treaty at Greenville in 1795. In 1816 they took part in the pacification of the Northwestern tribes, and in 1817 they
Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories, Minnesota Volunteers. (search)
Minnesota Mounted Rangers). Organized at St. Cloud, St. Peters and Fort Snelling, Minn., October 9 to December 30, 1862. Organized for frontier duty against Indians. 1st Battalion engaged in frontier duty till June, 1863. Sibley's Expedition against Indians in Dakota Territory June 16-September 14. Battle of Big Mound,tle Missouri River, August 8-9. Relief of Fiske's Emigrant train September 10-30. At Fort Ridgley, Minn., till spring of 1865. Sully's operations against Indians May to October, 1865. Patrol duty from Sioux City to Fort Randall, Headquarters at Sioux City, October, 1865, to May, 1866. Mustered out June 1, 1866. Re July 28. Missouri River July 29-30. 4th Section moved as escort to Gen. Ramsey, U. S. Commissioner, from Sauk Centre to Fort Abercrombie to treat with Chippewa Indians at Red Lake River Crossing, then stationed at Fort Ripley till May, 1864. 2nd Section at Pembina October, 1863, to May, 1864. 3rd Section at Fort Ridgl