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Mounts, Cavalry.

Page.
Improvement in, since 1892

169
Irregularity and indifference in

169
Method and system of training mounts..

169
Philippines, question of cavalry mounts in

169
Work of Inspector-General's Department in connection with inspection
and condemnation of ....

169
Mouth, Cleanliness of. Remarks by Dr. H. M. Fletcher on.

158
Muhlenberg, John C., Major, Paymaster's Department, U. S. A. Men-
tioned...

287
Muir, Charles H., Major, 28th Infantry, U. S. V. (Captain, 2d U.S. Infantry),

Acting Inspector General, 1st District, Department Southern
Luzon. Mentioned

178, 183
Mullay, William H., Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned..

80
Munch, Joseph, jr., Private, Co. D, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China

201
Municipal corporations. Latitude of ..

62
Murphy, David A., Private, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
China

201
Murphy, George F., Private, Co. A, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China.

201
Murphy, Patrick, Private, Co. E, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China

201
Murphy, William, Private, Co. D, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tien-
tsin, China

201
Murray, Cunliffe H., Major, 4th U. S. Cavalry, Acting Inspector-General,
Department of the Lakes. Mentioned.

179, 185
“Musketry Reform.' Extracts from

225, 226 and note
Muster out.
Delay in, of volunteers

28
Instructions for

27
Myer, Fort, Virginia.
Condition, etc.

242
Water supply

154
Myton, Howell P., Indian Agent, Vintah and Ouray Agency, Utah.
Call for U. S. troops by...

66
Indian treaty rights, violation of

66
Mentioned.....

266
Nagasaki, Japan.
Conduct of U. S. troops at

10
Quartermasters' Department Agent at, duties..

56
Napoleon. Address to Army of Italy, effect of

218
Narragansett. Artillery District of..

129
Nation.
Development of..

6
Safety and preservation, Army in relation to..

7
National Airs. Playing as part of medley prohibited.

11
National Anthems. Singing of, encouragement..

11
National Cemeteries. Inspection of...

177-179
National Guard.
Essential distinction between regulars, volunteers, and...

175
In Spanish War, power and potency.

175
Quality and spirit of..

175
National Guard and Militia. Officers of, participating in work of service
schools and War College...

46

Page,
National Holidays. Celebration of

11
National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers.
Accounts, audit of..

170
Appropriations, consolidation

170
Benefits of supervision by Inspector-General's Department.

170, 171
Dockery commission, work of..

171
Posthumous fund

170
Purchases, disbursements, etc., improvement of methods

170
Surplus funds, amount....

170
National Parks. Inspections of.......

177-179
Native (Philippine) Forage. See Inspector-General : Department and Forage.
Native (Philippine) Scouts. Number of and nature of work

6,19
Navajo Indian Agency, Arizona.
Agent, post-office and telegraph station

266
Tribes and number of Indians at

266
Navajo Indians. Condition in Department of Missouri

272
Naval Forces. Necessity for, in Philippine Islands..

6
Nebraska, State of. Volunteers recruited from...

31
Negros, P. I., Island of. Rinderpest in......

157
Nesmith, Otto A., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned...

287
Nevada, State of. Volunteers recruited from

32
Newbold, Henry L., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned 128,

292, 293
Newcomb, Warren P., Captain, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned..... 106
Newell, Fred E., Private, Co. D, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tient-
sin, China:

201
New England States. Volunteers recruited in.

31
New Jersey, State of. Volunteers recruited from.

31
New London, Conn. Artillery District of

129
New Mexico, State of. Volunteers recruited from.

32
New Orleans, La.
Artillery District of..

130
Battle of, treaty signed before.

176
Effect of battle of...

176
Newport, U. S. transport. Mentioned
New Regiments of Regular Army. Organization of...

49, 255
New York, Artillery Districts of....

129
New York City, New York. Transports sailing from, with troops for
Philippine Islands..

32, 33, 76, 77
New York, State of. Volunteers recruited from..

31
Nicholls, Jesse C., 2d Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned.... 128
Nickerson, H. G., Indian Agent, Shoshone Agency, Wyoming.
Interview with Lieutenant-Colonel Jesse M. Lee, 6th U. 8. Infantry

268
Mentioned...

266, 268
Requisition for troops to restrain Indians

268
Ninth Infantry. Heroic conduct at battle of Tientsin, China..

18
See under Army.
Niobrara, Fort, Nebraska.
Movement of troops

261
Troops at

252
Nissen, August C., 1st Lieutenant, 6th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned.

77
Nolan, Dennis E., Major, 11th Cavalry, U. S. V., Assistant Inspector-General,
Division of the Philippines. Mentioned

178, 184
WAR 1901—VOL 1, PT III---23

31

Page.
Nome River, Alaska. Military bridge at Fort Davis carried away

279
Noncombatants. Wearing uniform of soldiers, rowdyism of

71
Noncommissioned Officers.
Additional and increased pay for

141
Candidates for commission should be

47
Commissions granted to, on discharge

17
Experienced soldiers to fill positions of, difficulty of finding.

11
Instruction of

12, 145, 252
Method of selecting..

12
See Enlisted Men.
North Carolina, State of. Volunteers recruited from

31
North Dakota, State of. Volunteers recruited from

31
Northern Luzon, Department of.
Activity of troops in .

59
Chief Quartermaster, Summary of report

57
Horses assigned to Infantry regiments.

57
Means of transportation employed.

57,58
Nipa barracks, construction of

57
Recommendations.

58
Territorial limits

34
Norton, Harry H., Private, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China ...

201
Norton, W. F., Corporal, Co. M, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Pekin,
China

202
Norwood, Randolph, Captain, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned

81
“Notes on the Lessons of the South African War.” Extracts from... 227
Noyes, Charles R., Captain, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China.

201
Noyes, Henry E., Colonel, 2d U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned

288
Nugent, Robert, Major, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned

81
Nurse Corps.
Advantages of.

159
Leaves of absence to...

136
See Cuba, Department of.
Obedience to lawful orders...

12, 13
O'Brien, Lyster M., Lieutenant-Colonel, 17th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned.. 79
O'Brien, M., Sergeant, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Yangtsun,
China

201
O'Connell, John J., Major, 1st U. S. Infantry. Mentioned

289
O'Connor, Charles M., Captain, 8th U. S. Cavalry and Major 14th U. S.
Cavalry. Mentioned...

290, 291
O'Connor, D. J., Corporal, Co. E, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Yangt-

201
O'Dea, Stephen, Corporal, Co. G, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China ...

201
Officers, Commissioned.
Ability of, determination

45
American, contrasted with foreign

60
Appointment of privates as

47
Assignment.

133
Casualties among

20, 21, 22, 80, 81, 285
Civil duties of-
Civil government

7

sun, China..

12, 13

..

Officers, Commissioned—Continued.

Page.
Civil duties of-Continued.
Danger of subordinating military to ..

188
Interference with efficiency of commands.

188
See Civil Duties.
Commitment of, to Government Hospital for Insane..

52
Condition and efficiency

140
Conduct...
Dearth and absence,impairmentof instruction and efficiency of troops. 65, 141, 250
Detached-service details

140
Dismissal of....

80
Dropped as missing

81
Efficient, judicious, conduct of troops when under.

11
Equipments, opinions regarding..

160
Foreign service

205
Graduates of service schools, consideration shown

46
See Staff Details.
Higher grade, physical examination.....

62, 194
Inspector-General's Department-
Changes, appointments, stations, duties, etc..

177-180
Details under Act of February 2, 1901

181
Instruction, theoretical and practical....

13, 15, 45, 218, 284
Establishment of military schools...

18
See also Service Schools.
Lack of attention to orders.

140
Military attachés, selection of

46
Military Information Division, details in..

46
National Guard and Militia, instruction of. See National Guard and Militia.
Proportion killed in action.

58
Quarters for

56
Recruitment of Army. See Recruiting Service.
Retention in Philippine Islands, serving under volunteer commissions... 26

See also Volunteers.
Retirements, resignations, deaths, etc., among, Oct. 1, 1900–Oct. 1, 1901... 78–80
Retirement with increased rank.....

65,72
Sent to and returned from Philippine Islands and China..

66
See China Relief Expedition.
Officers' Lyceums. Establishment and conduct..

13, 145, 258
Officers, Noncommissioned. See Noncommissioned Officers.
Officers' Servants.
Method of providing, and compensation....

71
Uniform for.....

71
Offley, Robert 8., 1st Lieutenant, 7th U. S. Infantry. Commended..

278
Ohio, State of. Volunteers recruited from

31
Ohio, U. S. transport. Mentioned

32, 38, 39, 77
Oklahoma Territory. Volunteers recruited from..

31
Oldnall, H. C., Captain, Royal Artillery, British Army. Extracts from the
“Horse in the South African War",

213
Olsen, Oscar, Private, Co. F, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin, China..

201
Olympia, U. S. transport. Mentioned...

32, 33
O'Neil, James J., Private, Co. C, 9th U. S. Infantry. Wounded at Tientsin,
China

201
Operations of War.
Capacity of man, consideration of, in.....

55

Operations of War-Continued.

Page.
Efforts to systematize, defeated.....

55
Inadequacy of organization, tactics, and equipment of army, effect on.... 55
Orders.
Issuance of

14
Obedience to....

12, 13
Orders and Circulars. See General Orders and Circulars.
Ordnance Department.
Casualties among officers...

22
Fair-leather equipments
Judgment of officers in the matter of

160
Recommended for mounted troops..

160
Saddle blanket, inferior quality of ......

160
Spurs, substitution of strap for chain....

160
Staff details in......

44
See Inspector-General's Department.
Oregon, State of. Volunteers recruited from.....

32
O'Reilly, Thomas P., 2d Lieutenant, 22d U. S. Infantry. Mentioned.. 79
Organization and Equipment of new Commands.

49, 137
Organizations. Rotation of service in different sections.

8
Orizaba, Cable ship. Mentioned......

279
Osborne, Camp, Idaho. Abandonment of .

66, 275
Otis, Elwell S., Major-General, U. S. A.
Distinguished services

72
Mentioned .....

5, 185
Reports on Department of Dakota

260, 263
Report on Department of the Lakes..

249
Retirement as lieutenant-general

72
Summary of report .....

65
See Dakota, Department of, and Lakes, Department of the.
Ouray Indian Agency. Disorders at.....

66
Ovens and Field Ranges. Relative merits of ....

62
Overton, Winfield s., 1st Lieutenant, Artillery Corps, U. S. A. Mentioned. 41
Packing.
Instruction in, for officers ...

284
Japanese method...

60
Trains, reorganization of ....

284
Pack-mules. Jackasses imported from Spain to raise, from pony mares 153
Pack Saddles. Competitive trial

62
Paddock, Richard B., Captain, 6th U. S. Cavalry. Mentioned..

80, 202
Page, Fred M., Captain, Porto Rican Battalion.
Death from yellow fever ...

61, 286
Mentioned ...

81
Packling, U. S. transport. Mentioned

38, 39, 76
Palay. Suitability of, as forage for cavalry horses.

207-211
Palmer, Charles D., Captain, Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. A. Men-
tioned

80
Palmer, George H., Major, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned

81
Pan-American Exposition. Military Information Division, exhibit at 43
Panay, P. I., Island of. Rinderpest in ..

157
Parke, John G., Colonel, retired, U. S. A. Mentioned

81
Parker, Montgomery D., Captain, 8th U. S. Infantry. Mentioned

80
Partland, John W., Private, Co. B, 9th U. S. Infantry. Killed at Tientsin,
China

201

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