The "Indian Wars Pensions 1892-1926" is in book form and covers pensions in regular army service, volunteers in the "war" removals of Creek, Cherokee, etc, and locally organized groups in different states like Texas in the 1870's against the Comanche and Kiowa along with Arizona and New Mexico against the Apache, etc. Several entries included people living in Florida (against the Seminole?), Oregon, California, midwestern states, Texas, Colorado, etc. That's the puzzle: why should the federal government provide pensions for people who served in county frontier guard groups in Texas in the 1870's--wouldn't that be a state pension? If a state like Texas provided such a pension, why isn't the state index posted along with the Confederate state index on the Texas archives/records site? A state Confederate pension was the main reason why some ex-Confederates moved from California, Oregon, etc. to Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, etc in order to receive the pensions.