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Stallard, Patrica Yeary. "Glittering Misery: Lives of Army Dependents

in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1865–1898.” (Master's thesis, East

Tennessee State University, 1972). Tetreau, Elzer Des Jardins. “Pen Sketches and Diary of a Chaplain of

Infantry, A.E.F.” (Manuscript, University of Arizona, Tucson,

1943). White, William Bruce. "The Military and The Melting Pot: The Ameri

can Army and Minority Groups, 1865–1924.” (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin, 1968).

INDEX

African Methodist Episcopal Church (See

Anderson, W. T.; Prioleau, G. W.; Stew-

ard, T. G.; and Turner, H. M.)
Aguinaldo, Emilio, 105, 106, 108, 122–123,

129–130
air field, Kelley Field, 200
Allensworth, Allen, 53-57, 90, 103, 109-110,

112, 127-128, 151
American Bible Society, ix, 62, 115, 120, 146,

207
Anderson, General Thomas M., 121
Anderson, William T., 92, 111, 118, 120, 143,

161-163, 183
Andrews, George L., 25 (fn. 62), 50, 68, 91
Andrews, Major George P., 21
Anniston, Alabama, 189
Anti-Imperialist League, 105, 146, 225
Anti-Saloon League, 63
Arnold, William R., 165-166
Articles of War, 75–76, 79
Associated Press, 42
Association for the Promotion of the Moral

and Religious Welfare of Our Soldiers and

Sailors, 158
Association of Chaplains of the Military and

Naval Forces of the U.S., 156
Atlanta, Georgia, 21, 113
awards, 127, 135, 142, 194–195
Axton, John T., 162-163, 170-171, 200, 206,

219, 221–225, 234, 236
Babst, Julius J., 194
Badger, Norman, 15–18, 28, 45
Baker, Newton D., 145, 200, 202, 204, 219,

222, 224-225
Baptist:

Home Mission Society, 73;
membership, 3;
Pierce, C. C., 102;
promotion of chaplains, 150;

Union Baptist Church, Cincinnati, 54
Barr, D. Eglinton, 12–15, 25 (fn. 62)
barracks:

McPherson, Georgia, 21;
Madison, New York, 152;
Schofield, 165;
Taylor, Kentucky, 15;
Vancouver, Washington, 82, 164;
Whipple, Arizona, 86

Barry, Brigadier General Thomas H., 126
Barry, Thomas W., 33
Bartlett, Murray, 194
basketball, 174
Bateman, Cephas C., 33, 46–47, 63, 78–79,

82–85, 92, 102, 119–120, 125, 129, 135,

154, 174–175, 222-224, 239
Bayard, George L., 157
Belgian consul, 122
Bell, Brigadier General J. Franklin, 163
Biederwolf, William E., 113–114
blacks, 2–3, 6–16, 30, 33–34, 46–57, 67–68,

79, 84–85, 88–92, 103, 108–112, 118-120,
124, 127-128, 149–152, 155, 161-164, 167,
173, 183, 189–190, 193, 216–218, 232–233,

254-256, 271
Blackman, E

A., 199
Blake, Charles A. M., 7, 34, 100
Blanchet, Archbishop A.M.A., 97 (fn. 118)
Blenk, Bishop James H., 144
Bliss, Philip P., 88
books, titles in text, 41, 45, 72, 109, 141,

152, 214, 244–245
Boston, Massachusetts, 129
Boxer Rebellion, 104-105, 133-135, 136 (fn.

4), 142, 150
Bozeman Trail, 36
Breck, General Samuel, 72
Brent, Bishop Charles H., 187, 189, 192, 196,

198, 202, 205–206, 210-213, 217, 220-

223, 225 (fn. 6), 237, 248
Bridgeton, New Jersey, 119
brigade, 5th, 169th
British (See Great Britain):

Boxer Rebellion, 105;
Deputy Chaplain General, 220;

Expeditionary Force, 201
Brown, Henry A., 118, 142, 219
Brown, Brigadier General Lytle Brown, 222
Brown, William Adams, 209, 218
Brown, William Young, 214
Brownsville Incident, 167
Brownsville, Texas, 167
Buckner, General Simon B., 1
Burgh, David T., 194
Burke, John J., 210, 219
Californians, 181
camp pastors, 212–213, 221

camps:

Chickamaugua, Georgia, 92, 106, 111;
Devens, Massachusetts, 212;
Dewey, Philippines, 121;
Dodge, Iowa, 212;
Furlong, New Mexico, 171–172;
Gordon, Georgia, 189, 201, 233;
Harney, Oregon, 82;
Jones, Harry J., Arizona, 173;
McClellan, Alabama, 189, 201 ;
McDermitt, Nevada, 82;
Pine Camp, New York, 152;
Stotsenburg, P.I., 164;
Taylor, Zackary, Kentucky, 205, 215-

216;
Travis, Texas, 2017
Upton, New York, 213;
Verde, Arizona, 38–39;
Wikoff, L.I., New York, 116-117, 119-

120, 135
Canby, General Edward R. S., 1
Canada, 1, 54
Canton, Ohio, 131
card playing, 32, 58 (fn. 14)
Carpentier, George R., 194
Carranza, Venustiano, 171-172
Carrington, Colonel Henry B., 38, 67, 79–80
Carroll, Henry K., 158–159
Carter, Louis A., 149, 152, 162, 164
Casey, Joseph, 155
casualties:

chaplains, 188, 194–196, 252-253; total

dead: China, 105, 136 (fn. 4);
Philippine Insurrection, 106-107, 136
(fn. 8); Spanish-American War, 106,
136 (fn. 6); World War I, 188, 225

(fn. 9)
Catherine II of Russia, Empress, 92
Catholic, 3, 39, 41, 62–63, 66, 70–71, 77–82,

85–86, 97 (fn. 118), 107–108, 110–111,
120-121, 123–124, 129–134, 144, 150,
161-163, 165, 168–169, 172, 189–192,
197, 207-208, 212, 215, 222-224, 237,
252-253;
Catholic Total Abstinence Union, 161-

162;
Catholic Truth Society, 129;
Catholic Young Men's National Union,

82;
foreign policy, 107;
Knights of Columbus, 207, 212;
Military Ordinariate (origin), 77, 237;
missions, 39, 62, 108, 123-124, 168;
National Catholic War Council, 207–

208, 215, 224, 228 (fn. 85), (See

Military Ordinariate);
Puerto Rico, 144;

Catholic-Continued

Spanish friars, 108, 129–133;
West Point, 242

(See roster of chaplains)
Cayuse Station, Oregon, 39–40
Central Powers, 186–188
Chaffee, General Adna R., 133
Chapelle, Archbishop Placide Louis, 129–131
chaplain assistant, 48, 90, 153, 155
Chaplain Board (also Committee of Chap-

lains), 154-157, 210, 218–219, 222-223,

236
Chaplain Corps, ix, 70, 78–79, 156-158, 218-

225, 229 (fn. 105), 236,237
Chaplain School:

A.E.F., 190–191, 194, 217;
Training School for Newly Appointed

Chaplains and Chaplain Candidates,

205–206, 215–217, 234, 236,237
Chaplains' Alliance, The Army, 21
Character building talks, 76, 96 (fn. 80),

163–164, 173-174, 201–203
Charleston, South Carolina, 112
Chautauqua, 83
Chevers, Mark L., 18-20, 28
Chicago, Illinois, 85
Chief of Chaplains, ix, 70, 78–79, 102, 154-

158, 218–225, 229 (fn. 105), 234, 236,237
China, 105–106, 133–135, 142, 145, 167–
168;

Peking, 133-134;
Tientsin, 133-134, 167;

Yang-Tsun, 134
Christian Commission, 14;

United, 74, 77, 114
Christian Endeavor Society, 127, 169, 187
church and state, 123–124;

compulsory chapel, 16, (See West Point)
Cincinnati, Ohio, 54
Civil War, ix, 1-4, 6–9, 12–15, 18–21, 29–30,

62, 70, 74, 77, 88, 100, 102–103, 156, 189,

218, 236
Clemenceau, Georges, 202
Clemens, Joseph, 167–168, 214
Cleveland, Ohio, 118
Cleveland, President Grover, 54–55, 107
Cochise, 31
Coholan, Philip, 201
Collins, Gamaliel, 34
Columbus, New Mexico, 171, 173–174, 185
Colyer, Vincent, 38–39
commanders, duties of, 5-6
Commission on Training Camp Activities,

202, 211-212
Committee of Six (Seven) (See Federal

Council of the Churches)
Committee on Chaplains Aid of the National

War Council, 218

Division-Continued

2nd, 145, 169;

War Plans, 221, 223
Doherty, Francis B., 122, 153, 161 196, 220-

221
Douglas, Arizona, 162, 1973
Doyle, Father Alexander P., 77
Duffy, Francis P., 190–193, 195, 200, 226

(fn. 26), 233
Dunbar, George W., 17, 28
Dunigan, Patrick R., 194
drugs, 161
Dry Creek, Wyoming, 36
Duruy, J. Victor, 244

Confederacy, 1
Congregational Church, 73, 108, 150
Congressional hearings, 68, 70, 81–82, 176

(fn. 19), 210-211, 223-224
Corps:

Coast Artillery Corps, 150, 163;
V Corps, 119–120;
VIII Corps, 122, 125;
Medical Corps, 219;

(See Chaplain Corps)
Cortelyou, George B., 132
Cossacks, 197
Court-Martials, 23 (fn. 35), 25 (fn. 62),

46–47, 78, 90, 97 (fn. 118), 166
Courville, Corporal Louis, 69
Crawford, Nebraska, 161
Crazy Horse, 31
Crazy Woman's Creek, 36, 100
Crocker, George D., 52
Cromwell, Oliver, 75
Crook, General George, 31, 39
Cuba, 102, 104, 106-112, 115-120, 142-143;
190;

Camaguey, 161;
Daiquiri, 115;
El Caney, 115;
Havana Harbor, 108;
Las Guasimas, 118;
Manzanillo, 143;
San Juan, 117;
Santiago, 104, 106, 116;

Siboney, 115
Custer, Lt. Col. George A., 31
Cutcheon, Congressman Byron M., 74–75
Cutler, Harry, 210
Czechoslovakian troops, 188

Eagle Feather, Private, 41
Easterbrook, Edmond P., 114, 163, 221
education:

blacks, 8, 12–16, 47–57, 67, 88, 92, 127;
chaplains, 147-153 (See Chaplain
School)
Cuba, 143;
Indians, 41-42;
Philippines, 123–125, 127;
post schools, 2–3, 5, 8–9, 16–17, 20, 44,

47–57, 67, 71, 78, 86, 148, 152–153;

post World War I, 198–200
El Paso, Texas, 128, 170
Elizabeth, Queen, 92
endorsing agencies, ix, 70, 77, 156, 158-159,

236-237
Episcopalians, 3, 12-21, 23 (fn. 35), 25 (fn.

62), 28, 33, 45, 55, 69, 71–72, 77, 81–82,
88, 102, 108, 117–118, 125-126, 134-135,
142, 148–152, 159–160, 165, 173, 185–203,
205, 210, 214, 219, 222, 232, 239, 249;
(See Brent C. H.; Davis, J.; endorsing
agencies; Pierce, C. C.; Pruden, A. A.;
rosters);

black chaplains, 254, 256;
casualties, 252;
Covenant Church, Junction City, Kan-

sas, 58 (fn. 14);
missions, 17, 108;
St. John's Church, Baton Rouge, Louisi-

ana, 13;

dancing, 32, 58 (fn. 14)
Davis, Jefferson, 1, 18–20, 28, 242
Davis, Congressman John, 64
Davitt William F., 195–196
Dayton, Ohio, 112
denominations of chaplains, 3, 240 (See

rosters)
Department (military):

Confederate Trans-Mississippi, 1;

Southern Department Headquarters, 171
De Valles, John B., 194
Dewey, Admiral George, 120-121, 129
Dickson, Thomas J., 173
Disciples of Christ, 49–52, 57, 159, 219, 252
District (military), 5-6
Division:

MacArthur's, 126;
Maneuver, 145
Morale, 223;

St. Paul's Cathedral, London, England,

187;
St. Paul's Church, Key West, Florida,

20;
St. Paul's Church, New Orleans, Louisi-

ana, 13;
St. Paul's Church, Richmond, Virginia,

19;
Tract Society, 14;
Trinity Church, Boston, Massachusetts,

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