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Arapaho Indians—Continued.

Page.
Temper....

268
Work, etc., required..

269
See Indians.
Arizona, Territory of. Volunteers recruited from

32
Arkansas, State of. Volunteers recruited from

31
Armistead, Fort, Maryland. Condition, etc....

243
Armstrong, A. A., Indian Agent, White River Agency, Arizona. Men-
tioned .....

266
Army.
Aggressiveness and “Get there” intention..

204
Appropriations for

108
Casualties in..

20, 21, 22, 74, 75, 78
Cavalry training..

216
Character of deserters

9
Character of enlisted component....

23
Composition of, and character and average age of enlisted men

9,11
Desertions, per cent of, 1901...

9, 10
Discipline and dress ...

23, 190
Disgraced by discharged soldiers and civilian employees wearing uniforms. 10
Distribution of .....
Efficiency, improvement and promotion of.

11
Enlisted strength..
Equipment

191
Erroneous notions prevalent in, regarding drill.

215
Expected to keep peace in Indian country

272
Eyes and ears of, Cavalry as

216
Inducements to enter.

141
Impressions of China campaign

203–4
Inequitability of foreign service system and scheme for adjustment

205
Inspections of. See Inspector-General's Department.
Instruction of-
Ability of officers, determined by examination by boards.

45
Officers, system of training....
War college, establishment of, necessity for

45
See also Instruction of Army.
In the matter of safety and preservation of nation

7
Late soldiers of, committed to Government Hospital for Insane..

52
Maintenance of historic rôle by....

· 188
Medical Department. See Medical Department.
Military training
Monthly strength and casualties, table (C) showing, July, 1900–June 30,
1901...

facing 74
Native Scouts in Philippine Islands....

6, 23
Noncommissioned Officers. See Noncommissioned Officers.
Number of troops required for service in Philippine Islands.

205
Officers, in connection with public moneys.

167
Officers, stagnation in promotion

7
Organization and reorganization of new regiments

126, 127
Organization of. Units of Administration

17
Personnel of ....

15, 16
Philippine Islands. See Philippines, Division of.
Porto Rican Troops. See Porto Rico Provisional Regiment.
Proficiency of.

15

45

13, 14

Army-Continued.

Page.
Problem of alimenting, solved by United States

55
Readjustment and improvement of staff establishment

8
Recruitment of.....

6
See also Recruiting Service.
Reorganization of

122, 125
Retirement of officers. See Retirements and Officers.
Schools and Colleges. See Military Schools, etc.
Selection of officers..

216
Small Arms.....

195
Standard of strength in peace

7
Strength June 30, 1900-June 30, 1901, table (A) showing

facing 74
Strength of, 1867–1901 ....

9
Subdivision of, for protection of occupied territory in Philippine Islands
and inhabitants.

56
Supplies for, in Division of Philippines....

55
Use of troops in stopping forcibly the practice of Sun dances

272
Zeal and loyal devotion of members

11
See Volunteers.
Organizations.
Artillery Corps.
Authorized enlisted strength.

50
Casualties among officers....

22
Deficiency in strength of..

64
Desirability of regimental organization for...

8
Detective organization

7
Distribution of ..

134, 135
Duties and instruction of..

8
Extension of plan of post recruiting to expedite organization 49
Fifth, Light Battery F-
Casualties in, at battle of Pekin

199
Operations in China Relief Expedition.

198, 200, 203
Instruction and pay of.....

64
Method of organization and appointment of officers.

50
Organization and equipment of....

8, 22,
98–101, 106-108, 123, 127, 132, 233, 256, 258
Property needed for .

64
Proportion of staff details entitled to..

45
Recruitment of..

49, 50
Relative rank of officers

7
Reorganization, effect of

7
Representation on boards for testing rifled cannon

64
School, reorganization of...

234
State military organizations of.

64
Target practice....

284
Torpedoes and submarine mines, school of, transferred to..

46
Total number of officers in..

45
Training of officers and men

234
See Field Artillery Battalion.
Cavalry-
Advantages of well handled...

223
Casualties among
officers

22
Mounts for, training, etc.

169, 194
• Organization and equipment of.. 49, 98, 122, 223, 255, 257, 258, 260

Army-Continued.

Page.
Organizations Continued.
Cavalry-Continued.
Proportion of staff details entitled to.....

45
Services of, in Philippine Islands...

169
Sixth-
Battles, skirmishes, reconnoissances, etc.

202
Troop M joins China Relief Expedition, stationed in Pekin,
China

199, 200
Total number of officers in....

45
See Native (Philippine) Troops.
Engineer Corps, U. S. A.-
Organization and reorganization of

105, 124
Part of China Relief Expedition..

198
Recruitment of...

50
Infantry-
Casualties among officers

22
Ninth-
Casualties in China.....

199, 201
Extracts from history of..

201, 202
Part of China Relief Expedition..

198, 200, 201, 203
Fourteenth-
Casualties in China....

198, 199
Operations of, with China Relief Expedition

198, 199, 203
Organization and equipment

98, 123
Proportion of staff details entitled to.

45
Recruitment of new regiments

49
Total number of officers in...

45
Signal Corps, U. S. A.-
Part of China Relief Expedition...

198
Army of Italy. Napoleon's address to, effect of..

218
Army Regulations. Amendment of..

110, 112-114
“Army Reorganization.” Extracts from an article on.

223, 225
Army Transports.
Register of passengers

96, 135
See Transport Service.
Arnold, Abraham K., Colonel, Eighth U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned..... 78, 169
Articles of War, Applicability to foreign service ..
Artillery Defenses.
Additional at, Fort Canby, Washington...

150
At Forts Stevens and Columbia, Oregon.

150
San Diego Harbor, Cal., establishment of

150
Artillery Districts.
Announcement of

129
Division of seacoast into

233
Duties of commanders, and inspections

233
Artillery Fire. Notes on, extracts from

216
Artillery Posts. Equipment of

150
Assinniboine, Fort, Montana.
Fires at..

262
Garrison at

260
Repairs, expenditures for

262
Assistant Secretary of War. Mentioned.

132
Auditor for the Philippines. Opinion of held by military officers

188
Aultman, Dwight E., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned

131

62

Page.
Aztec, U. S. transport. Mentioned....

36, 38, 39, 76, 77
Bailey, George, 1st Sergeant, Co. D, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Pekin,
China ..

202
Bailey, Hobart K., Major of Infantry, Inspector-General, U. S. A. Men-
tioned..

177, 181
Baker, Charles T., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A. Mentioned..

77
Baker, Chauncey B., Major, Quartermaster, U. S. V. (Captain of Infantry,

U. S. A.) Chief Quartermaster, Department of Cuba.
Mentioned

287
Summary of report

62
Baker, Fort, California. Expenditures for construction at.

66
Baker, Jesse M., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A. Mentioned

37, 76, 77
Bakers, Post. Pay of..

146
Baldwin, Theodore A., Colonel, 7th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned

288
Baltimore, Maryland. Artillery District of....

130
Banks, Fort, Massachusetts. Armament, garrison, etc.

238
Barber, Merritt, Colonel, Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. A. Mentioned. 51, 78
Barden, William J., 1st Lieutenant, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. Men-
tioned..

287
Barker, Alvin A., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A. Mentioned

79
Barker, Walter B., Captain, Quartermaster, U. S. A. Mentioned,

287
Barlow, John W., Brigadier-General, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned..

78
Barr, Thomas F., Brigadier-General, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned

78
Barracks.
Construction in Alaska

155
Construction of Nipa

57
Fuel for, allowance.

155
Inadequacy of.
Bartlett, Charles G., Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned..

80
Bartz, Gustav, Corporal, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China ..

201
Batchelder, Richard N., Brigadier-General, U. S. A. Mentioned..

80
Bates, John C., Brigadier-General, U. S. A. Mentioned.

38
Battle, John 8., 1st Lieutenant, 11th U. S. Infantry, A. A. A. G., District of
Porto Rico. Mentioned

245
Beach, William D., Major, Inspector-General, U. S. V. (Captain, 3d U. S.

Cavalry), Acting Inspector-General, Department of Southern
Luzon. Mentioned ....

179, 185
Becker, Otto, Captain, Pay Department, U. S. A. Mentioned.

287
Belcher, John H., Major, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned..

80
Belgian King, U. S. transport. Mentioned.....

32
Bell, James M., Brigadier-General, U. S. A. Mentioned..

78
Benguet, Luzon, P. I., Establishment of sanatorium at.

59
Benmohr, U. S. transport. Mentioned

32
Benne Irvin E., Captain, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. V. Summary of report. 60
Berry, John A., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.... 106
Berry, Lucien G., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.....

36, 128
Bethel, Walter A., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A., Acting Judge-Advo-
cate, Department of the Columbia. Mentioned....

196
Bickhart, Wesley, 1st Sergeant, Co. H, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at
Tientsin, China

201
Bids. Care of, after receipt..

187
Black, Hanson B., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned... 292

63, 235

Page.
Black Hawk, Indian Chief. Arrest of, by U.S. troops.

266
Black Hills Agreement. Indian ration issued under.

270
Black, William M., Major, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., Chief Engineer
Department of Cuba. Mentioned

287
Blakeman, Robert, 1st Lieutenant, 49th Infantry, U. 8. V. Mentioned.... 81
Bliss, Fort, Texas.
Accommodations for one squadron recommended..

258
Detention of soldiers at, as civil witnesses.

258
Increased accommodations at, necessary.

68
Troops sent to....

257
Bliss, Tasker H., Major, Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. A., Chief of Cus-
toms for the Island of Cuba. Mentioned

287
Block, William H., Captain, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. V. Mentioned.. 287
Blodgett Field Oven. Considered excellent.

152
Bloom, Jacob E., Captain, Assistant Commissary of Subsistence, U. S. A.
Mentioned.

287
Board of Ordnance, Fortification, and Equipment.

192
Boards of Survey.
Contract Surgeon as member......

187
Cumbersomeness, extravagance, and dilatoriness

187
Feeling of members in re criticism...

187
Lack of responsibility and carelessness.

187
Present composition, single officer preferable to

187
Summary court officer should have power to act on loss of property.

187
Boers.
Chief cause of misfortunes...

228
Individuality of ..

217
Bonaparte, Napoleon.
Address to Army of Italy, effect of

218
Mentioned..

175
Bookmiller, Edwin V., Captain, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China

201
Booth, Charles A., Major, 7th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned.

80
Boston, Massachusetts. Artillery District of..

129
Boundaries.
Canadian, military garrison adjacent..

6
Mexican, military garrison adjacent.

6
Bourchier, Thomas, Electrician Sergeant, U. S. A. Mentioned.

155
Bowman, Alpheus H., Lieutenant-Colonel, 5th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned. 38, 76
Boyle, William H., Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned.. 78, 177, 182
Boxers. Skirmishes with..

202
Breckenridge, Joseph C., Brigadier-General, Inspector-General, U. S. A.
Mentioned....

40, 177, 180
Brevets and Medals, Board for consideration of, recorder...

181
Brewer, Richard H., 1st Lieutenant, 27th Infantry, U. S. V. Dropped,
missing....

81
Brewster, Alden F., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.. 107
Bridges, Charles H., 1st Lieutenant, 22d U. S. Infantry. Mentioned... 77
Bridgman, Victor H., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.. 303
Brinkerhoff, Henry R., Lieutenant-Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned.. 78
British Forces. Two Sikhs killed by American soldiers

199
Brodrick, Secretary for War, Great Britain.
Possible need of compulsory service .

224
Reliance for defense of Kingdom placed upon

224

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