BANCROFT LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SERIES

VOLUME I

Pacific and Western Manuscripts

(EXCEPT CALIFORNIA)


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Introduction

In the year 1860 the twenty-eight-year-old Hubert Howe Bancroft brought together in his San Francisco bookstore all the works on hand relating to California, Oregon, Washington, and Utah. This he did for the use of William H. Knight, who was preparing for the Bancroft house a Hand-Book Almanac for the Pacific States. "I succeeded," Bancroft recalled many years later in his Literary Industries, "in getting together some fifty or seventy-five volumes. This was the origin of my library, sometimes called the Pacific Library, but latterly the Bancroft Library."

Thus, from the beginning, the Bancroft Library had an active interest in historical materials, soon extending to manuscripts, which related to the region the Library defines today as "Pacific and Western"—all western North America north of Mexico except California, also including Hawaii and those vast Pacific Ocean areas which are the frontiers of the Island State. It will help in understanding the nature of the manuscripts described in this volume if the various stages of the collecting activity are also briefly described.

Let us begin with William H. Knight. In the interests of the Hand-Book Almanac (of which Bancroft eventually published three editions, for the years 1862-1864, with a Pacific Almanac for 1865) Knight customarily wrote to officials of the Western States and Territories, and to other well-informed persons, seeking statistical and general information. At the same time, he made extensive collections of clippings. Knight's gleanings ended up as a series of scrapbooks, running to many volumes, which are today classed among the Library's California Manuscripts, described in a later volume of this Guide. In some instances, however, letters written for Knight's benefit later strayed into the main Bancroft manuscript collections, and a few are listed in the present volume. The Bancroft Company, under its various corporate names, regularly published statistical compilations akin to Knight's, particularly those edited by John S. Hittell in the 1880's, and many of the questionnaires Hittell circulated, with some of his correspondence, have also gone to swell the general manuscript collections, especially for the Pacific Northwest.

Meantime, H. H. Bancroft's library proliferated swiftly in all directions. He found himself purchasing individual books, then whole libraries. From the vantage


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point of 1890, Bancroft commented: "Gradually and almost imperceptibly had the area of my efforts enlarged. From Oregon it was but a step to British Columbia and Alaska; and as I was obliged for California to go to Mexico and Spain, it finally became settled to my mind to make the western half of North America my field, including in it the whole of Mexico and Central America."

The question arose, what use to make of his acquisitions. Bancroft thought naturally in terms of publication, and in 1871, encouraged by Hittell, he decided to publish an encyclopedia of the Pacific States. A prospectus was printed and letters written to possible contributors—including, Bancroft says, A. N. Fisher of Nevada, Matthew P. Deady and L. F. Grover of Oregon, R. McCormick and A. P. K. Safford of Arizona, and R. G. Greene of Washington. He also visited Utah and personally enlisted the support of the Mormons. "President Young and the leading elders entered heartily into my project, and a scheme was devised for obtaining information from every part of Utah." But by degrees Bancroft gave up the idea of an encyclopedia, realizing that nothing would do but to write and publish a vast history of western North America. As the necessary foundation for such a work, he prepared a massive, five-volume history of the American aborigines, Native Races, published to critical acclaim in 1874-1876. Thereafter the road lay open before him.

By then Bancroft had faced up to some of the necessities attendant on such a work as he contemplated. So recently had the West been settled that many of the main actors in the drama were yet alive; some were still active men of affairs. To a considerable extent, it was contemporary history he must write, and though Bancroft prized documentary materials, he understood that he must gather reminiscences from living persons—arrange to have their life stories written for him or dictated to his agents. This work he began in California, and pursued with remarkable energy and persistence, and unusual expenditure of time and money. Through the middle 1870's California almost wholly preoccupied him, though among the manuscripts here described will be found occasional dictations or memoranda acquired from "outlanders" who chanced to cross his path in San Francisco. But by 1878 Bancroft realized that he must lift his sights. He made arrangements for one of his assistants, Ivan Petrov, to visit Alaska, and himself inaugurated the collection of information in the Pacific Northwest by a personal foray north.

With him went his second wife, Matilda Coley Griffing, whom he had married in 1876. Thus Matilda began her own not inconsiderable contributions to the eventual History and the Bancroft manuscript collections. Her education with regard to history had commenced early in her marriage, for on their honeymoon Bancroft took her to John A. Sutter's home in Pennsylvania, and she had sat by, "sometimes sewing, always lending an attentive ear, with occasional questions addressed to the general," while her husband worked his head off, personally taking down Sutter's recollections. (Bancroft labored with Sutter ten hours a day over a period of five days; it is evident that as a historian he had a paragon of a bride.)

In his autobiography Bancroft makes a rare tale of his northern excursion of 1878, and many more details could be filled in by study of the manuscripts he brought back with him. With Mrs. Bancroft, he sailed from San Francisco on April 30, and it was July 7 before he returned home. Most of the first month was


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spent in Victoria. There a useful assistant, Thomas H. Long, occupied himself in making transcripts of the Douglas, Fraser, Tolmie, Work, and other papers (the originals of which in some instances have since disappeared), while Bancroft and his wife were interviewing such well-informed men as A. C. Anderson, W. F. Tolmie, Roderick Finlayson, John Tod, and Archibald McKinlay. As Bancroft observes, Matilda "took from one person, a missionary, the Rev. Mr Good, one hundred and twenty foolscap pages descriptive of the people and country round the upper Fraser. In Mr Anderson's narrative, which was very fine, she took special interest, and during our stay in Victoria she accomplished more than any one engaged in the work."

On the last day of May, "having completed one of the hardest months of recreation I ever experienced," Bancroft turned southward, crossing the Strait of Juan de Fuca to Port Townsend in Washington. Here he found a valuable source of information in James G. Swan, and another in F. W. Pettygrove, the co-founder of Portland. (Oddly, some people Bancroft mentions at Port Townsend as having provided dictations or "additions to my historical stores" are not represented among his manuscripts, and this is also the case at Seattle.) Bancroft made the acquaintance of Dr. Thomas T. Minor, from whom his copy of the Samuel Hancock reminiscences came. He also met James S. Lawson of the United States Coast Survey, who afterward furnished an interesting autobiography concerning the work of the Survey. A fortunate acquisition at Port Townsend was Amos Bowman, a stenographer of scientific attainments who accompanied the Bancrofts as far as Salem, Oregon, and later came to San Francisco, contributing much to the wealth of information recorded.

From Port Townsend Bancroft sailed to Seattle, where he obtained dictations from H. L. Yesler, Arthur Denny, and others, including "the pioneer expressman of both California and British Columbia, Billy Ballou, a rare adventurer, and in his way a genius." After two days in Seattle, Bancroft embarked for Olympia. The constant profitable use he made of his time is shown by a passage in Literary Industries: "When fairly afloat I took my stenographer to the wheel-house, and soon were spread upon paper the striking scenes in the life of Captain [John G.] Parker, who, as our little craft shot through the glassy forest-fringed inlet, recited his history in a clear intelligent manner, together with many points of interest descriptive of our charming surroundings." A dictation was also taken from a passenger aboard, Captain Eugene Ellicott of the Coast Survey, Bowman writing from the captain's notes "until eleven o'clock, when we retired."

At Olympia, Bancroft was waited upon by the principal ladies and gentlemen of the Washington capital, including Governor Elisha P. Ferry and Elwood Evans, the historian of the area. Evans, Bancroft says, "devoted the whole of two days to me, drew forth from many a nook and corner the musty records of the past, and placed the whole of his material at my disposal." Evans had hoped to do a large work himself, but yielded to Bancroft's superior advantages, only wishing to see the information he had gathered during the last thirty years properly used. "And so," Bancroft comments, "the soul of this man's ambition, in the form of two large cases of invaluable written and printed matter on the Northwest Coast, was shipped down to my library, of which it now constitutes an important part. To call such a one generous is faint praise."


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The scene next shifted to Portland, where Bancroft found many warm friends ready to assist him. With Matilda and Bowman, he talked with political figures of the present and recent past, living pioneers like the daughter of Dr. John McLoughlin, who afterward gave him McLoughlin papers which are one of the ornaments of the Library's Oregon manuscripts, and various men of affairs. Among many other comments, Bancroft says: "Colonel Sladen, aide-de-camp to General Howard, who was absent fighting Indians, not only threw open to me the archives of the military department, but directed his clerks to make such abstracts from them as I should require. Old Elisha [Elijah] White, the first Indian and government agent in Oregon, I learned was in San Francisco. On my return I immediately sought him out, and had before his death, which shortly followed, many long and profitable interviews with him." Mrs. Frances Fuller Victor, whose writings on Oregon had greatly impressed him, was absent at the time on the southern coast, gathering information for a revision of her Oregon and Washington. After he returned home, Bancroft wrote offering her a job in his library; she accepted, and for years "proved one of my most faithful and efficient assistants."

Temporarily suspending the work at Portland to attend the annual reunion of the Oregon Pioneer Association, the Bancroft entourage had a hot and dusty time of it at Salem, but "worked with a will, day and night; and the notes there taken, under the trees and in the buildings about the fair-grounds, at the hotel, and in private parlors and offices, made a huge pile of historic lore when written out as it was on our return to San Francisco." Among those present were J. Henry Brown, afterward a tower of strength in gathering Oregon data, John Minto and his wife, "J. Quinn Thornton, with his long grizzly hair and oily tongue . . . still declaiming against Jesse Applegate for leading him into Oregon by the then untried southern route thirty years before," and such other notables as Joel Palmer, James W. Nesmith, and Medorem Crawford. En route back to Portland, Bancroft stopped off at Oregon City to take down the recollections of S. W. Moss, A. L. Lovejoy, and John M. Bacon; and he signalizes among his Portland acquisitions "the remarkable dictations given me by Judge Deady and Judge Strong, each of which, with the authors' writings already in print, constitutes a history of Oregon in itself."

The further journey southward to California was overland, with stopovers here and there. One whole day Bancroft spent at Drain with Jesse Applegate; at Roseburg he worked patiently with Joseph Lane; and at Jacksonville he labored through an entire night, taking down in his own handwriting what he ruefully calls "a most disgusting dictation from the old Indian-butcher John E. Ross." Some of the other people met during the final days of the trip later channeled documents and reminiscences into his collections, like the remarkable material that came from B. F. Dowell. Bancroft mentions a meeting at Ashland with O. C. Applegate, whose extensive personal papers came to the Library for microfilming over eighty years later, long after the two men had gone on to their reward.

Three days after Bancroft returned from this trip, Ivan Petrov left for Alaska aboard the U. S. revenue cutter Richard Rush. En route, the ship touched at Nanaimo, Fort Rupert, and Fort Simpson, where Petrov improved the opportunity to gather information on the early operations of the Hudson's Bay Company in


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British Columbia, including a dictation from Joseph William McKay. Petrov then went on to Fort Wrangel, Sitka, and other Alaska ports, all the while assiduously gathering information. He kept a conscientious journal of the trip, preserved among Bancroft's Alaska manuscripts and summarized at length in Literary Industries. As in the case of Bancroft's own harvest that summer, not all the historical materials mentioned have survived among the Bancroft manuscript collections; nor does anyone on the premises today have any idea what happened to the mummy Petrov brought back and installed in a glass case, which for many years startled visitors to H. H. Bancroft's Library. Petrov returned to San Francisco on October 27, 1878, and thereafter, for several years, he actively pressed the work on Bancroft's history of Alaska. His translations from Russian books and manuscripts were particularly helpful, to H. H. Bancroft as to later scholars.

Having broken ground in the Pacific Northwest and started a substantial flow of informative letters, reminiscences, and documents from that quarter, H. H. Bancroft turned his attention to the problem presented by Utah and the Mormons. He had enjoyed cordial relations with the Mormon church officials in the course of publishing his statistical works of the past, but writing a history of Utah would touch the Saints at a much more sensitive point. Accordingly, Bancroft proceeded with great circumspection. President Brigham Young had died in 1877, so it was his successor, John Taylor, that Bancroft approached in January, 1880, using as an intermediary a Salt Lake City bookseller, James Dwyer. The Church decided to coöperate, and in July, 1880, one of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, Franklin D. Richards, was detailed to the work. With his wife, Richards journeyed to San Francisco and spent two weeks there, most of the time as guest of the Bancrofts. Both he and Mrs. Richards gave extended dictations, and thus began the inflow of such personal documents from Utah. After Richards returned home, he and the Church exerted themselves in Bancroft's interest, and some of the results are seen in the many manuscripts described in this Guide, dated between 1880 and 1883.

By 1884 Bancroft was feeling the pressure from his gigantic 39-volume publishing project, now advancing on many fronts. Between 1882 and 1884 he republished the five volumes of his Native Races, and also got out his three-volume history of Central America, the first three of his five-volume history of Mexico, both volumes of his history of the Northwest Coast, the first of his seven-volume history of California, and the first of his two-volume history of the North Mexican States and Texas. Sales forces were being mustered throughout the West to market these books and the works in progress. Yet there were still great holes in his research, particularly for the Rocky Mountain States and Territories.

Illness in his family impelled Bancroft to undertake in Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico what he had done six years before in the Pacific Northwest. His son Philip was not physically robust, and when in the summer of 1884 the boy developed a disturbing cough, Bancroft departed for dryer climes, taking along his entire family, including Kate, his daughter by his first marriage, who had previously shared in some of his field labors in California. For six weeks in August and September the Bancrofts remained in Salt Lake City, taking dictations from principal Mormons and non-Mormons—a work in which Matilda and Kate joined with Bancroft and such stenographers as he hired on the spot. Some of the Mormons


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interviewed at this time had figured prominently in the history of Carson Valley when it was a Mormon outpost during the 1850's, particularly Hampden S. Beatie, John Reese, and William Jennings. The dictations obtained from these men added importantly to the scant handful of Nevada dictations Bancroft had acquired since 1879, mostly through the agency of George Morrison, one of his right-hand men in the Library.

The time of Bancroft's stay in Salt Lake City was a critical one for the Mormon church, the anti-polygamy crusade rising toward its high tide, and the feeling between Mormons and anti-Mormons correspondingly embittered. Bancroft says: "We saw much of the leaders on both sides, were entertained by gentiles and Mormons, and entertained them in return; we listened attentively, but said little; it was no wonder, therefore, that we were regarded somewhat suspiciously by both sides. All this was of small consequence, however, beside the accomplishment of our mission, which was fully done in every particular."

In September the Bancrofts continued on to Denver, "stopping at Cañon City, Leadville, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and other points of historic interest and importance." At this time, Bancroft says, Colorado was in a very prosperous condition, and the people "justly proud of their state, of its history, its resources, and its possibilities. By supplying myself pretty freely with help in the form of stenographers and statisticians, I secured the experiences of several hundred of those who had had the most to do in making the early history of this region. Among the manuscripts thus resulting was one which must ever constitute [one of] the corner-stones of Colorado history. Nearly two months were occupied in writing it, and the work on it was done in this way: Taking a full file of the Rocky Mountain News, the first journal published in the country and still running, I sat down before it with a stenographer and its first editor [William N. Byers], who, while I questioned and commented, told the history of the state, turning over the leaves of the newspaper to refresh his memory, and give him the desired information." The active part taken by Matilda and Kate Bancroft in the Colorado work is shown by the many manuscripts in their handwriting; and H. H. Bancroft recorded his full share.

Leaving his family pleasantly situated in Denver, Bancroft traveled up to Cheyenne and spent two profitable weeks there, going through newspaper files and "writing out the experiences of the prominent men." In this and subsequent labors relating to the history of Wyoming, he was greatly assisted, he says, by the Territorial librarian, John Slaughter, and by A. S. Mercer of the Live Stock Journal, John W. Hoyt, J. M. Carey, W. W. Corlett, and various others. Cordial aid was also given by residents of Laramie and Lander, and by the commanding officers of the military posts of the Territory, though it does not appear that he extended his travels beyond Cheyenne.

Some of the winter of 1884-1885 Bancroft and his family spent in New Mexico. He says that he "had interviews with most of the leading men, and obtained a large mass of material which was an absolute necessity to my work. At Santa Fé I examined the archives thoroughly, and engaged Samuel Ellison, the keeper, to go through them and make extracts from some, and complete copies of all of the important papers and manuscripts. After a time, however, finding the task too slow and irksome for him, being an old man and somewhat averse to labor, he


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finally consented, contrary to the regulations, but greatly to my satisfaction, to send to me in San Francisco in bundles, by express, a portion at a time, of such material that I wanted copied, that I might have the work done in my library." (These archival abstracts, to which Bancroft frequently refers in his history of Arizona and New Mexico, were not incorporated into his manuscript collections, but are preserved among the work notes for that volume of his History.)

So far Bancroft's Literary Industries gives a general picture of his labors with regard to the Pacific and Western States and Territories. It would appear that he intended to visit Arizona in the interests of his History, but never managed to do so, and though he crossed and recrossed Nevada by train, he seems never to have felt any personal necessity to search out Nevada materials. One reason may be that Arizona and Nevada in the 1870's and 1880's were financial and cultural appendages of California, and many of the prominent men of both Territories were being interviewed as Californians; typical is the dictation by the one-time Arizona governor A. P. K. Safford, which is filed among Bancroft's California Manuscripts.

Also neglected were Idaho and Montana in one direction, and Texas in the other. Bancroft tells of his indebtedness to Granville Stuart in Montana, saying that "through him, and by various other means, I was enabled to secure from that quarter, including Idaho, sufficient for my purpose," but he clearly had reference to printed materials, supplied in 1879. Nothing about Bancroft's Montana and Idaho manuscripts suggests that Stuart had anything to do with them, and the earlier dictations relating to these Territories give the impression that they were recorded in California, or through some casual circumstance, not as a result of any well-conceived and vigorously executed collecting program.

One signal event of the later 1880's must be noted, apart from Bancroft's personal labors in the Rocky Mountain region, and that is his acquisition of the remarkable collections made by the French savant, Alphonse L. Pinart. Pinart was a linguist of almost boundless capabilities, who could write with equal facility in French, German, Russian, English, Spanish, and Latin, and characteristically did so in his diaries and notes. Pinart is understood to have been born in France in 1852. If so, he must have been precocious, for Bancroft says he was in California as early as 1869, already an accomplished scholar. In 1871-1872 he traveled extensively in Alaska, studying the Aleut and Kolosh Indians, and after a visit home, at which time the Société de Géographie awarded him a gold medal for his explorations, Pinart began an extensive new series of travels. In February, 1875, he was in St. Petersburg, searching the archives for material on Russian America, and at this time wrote Bancroft offering to place at his disposal whatever information he turned up. "Pinart was to be in San Francisco the following autum, and was to bring with him all his material," Bancroft relates. "This he did, adding rich treasures to my library. Of such books and manuscripts as he had in duplicate, I took one; the rest were copied in full in a translation made for me by Mr Ivan Petroff."

Bancroft's reference here is to Pinart's initial activities with respect to Alaska. As will be seen from Pinart's fragmentary diaries of 1871-1882, which later came into Bancroft's possession and are described herein among the Western and Miscellaneous manuscripts, Pinart traveled extensively afterward, his scholarly wanderings


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taking him to Arizona and New Mexico, Texas, Mexico, Central and South America, California, the Pacific Northwest, the South Pacific, and other widely separated places. Through all his travels Pinart kept a sharp eye open for historical materials. Some documents he copied; others he purchased or was given, and these are among the finest manuscripts in the Bancroft collections. Outstanding in this volume of the Guide are Pinart's manuscripts of the Texas revolutionary period, and those he salvaged in New Mexico after a governmental blunder scattered the old Spanish archives of that Territory in 1870. Pinart's linguistic collections are important, too, and in modern times have attracted scholarly attention.

The next phase of the Bancroft manuscript collecting program is passed by virtually unnoticed in Literary Industries, though it greatly swelled the total bulk of the "Bancroft dictations." These collections were a by-product of the work of the Bancroft book agents, fanning out through the West. Admittedly the dictations these men gathered do not begin to compare with the elaborate narratives taken down in California, or those resulting from the travels of the Bancrofts in the Pacific Northwest and the Rocky Mountains. The book agents were primarily hired to sell subscriptions to the Bancroft Works, but it was part of their modus operandi to write biographical sketches of prospective subscribers. Whether or not a man placed an order, his dictation was mailed to the business office. It was then handed over to the Library, a title applied and a permanent number given preliminary to shelving the manuscript. Most of these dictations did not come to hand until the various volumes of the Works were substantially complete, and little use is made of them—mainly as condensed biographies belatedly attached to footnotes. The difficulty of using these sketches, which usually consist only of a page or two or three, has been such that most scholars, down to the present day, have shied away from them. One of the particular labors attendant on the preparation of this Guide has been the classification of most of these dictations by geographic area, usually by city or county of residence, which should render them more usable. A large proportion of the men who gave the dictations have escaped notice in the standard biographical works published for the various Western States, which makes the manuscripts that much more valuable.

Many of the book agents were men with a real interest in history, and a consciousness of historical forces. They were alive to the opportunities that might offer for the gathering up of documentary materials. For example, it was doubtless through the spadework of one of the agents that the Kit Carson Papers came to H. H. Bancroft from T. O. Boggs, the administrator of Carson's estate. In some areas, moreover, virtually all of the gathering up of historical data in manuscript was the work of these agents; Texas is peculiarly a case in point.

The last phase of H. H. Bancroft's manuscript collecting was a logical effect of the labors of the book agents, and also of the looming completion of the 39-volume Works. Bancroft conceived as a necessary supplement to his histories a biographical series, Chronicles of the Builders of the Commonwealth. Seven volumes make up this work, published in 1891-1892. As he said in the preface to the first volume, Bancroft's purpose was to record the lives of "the makers and rulers of the commonwealth, the political and social dominators, the embodiment of the power, wealth, and intelligence of the community." He felt that he should be properly paid for going to the trouble of recording the life work of these "Builders,"


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and no living notable was written up in the Chronicles who did not pay Bancroft's space rates. The result was the gathering during 1888-1890 of a considerable amount of biographical data about prominent personalities—and not only men living in the West, as may be seen from some of the manuscript material described under the Western and Miscellaneous head, which goes as far afield as New York and Chicago. The majority of Bancroft's "Builders," insofar as this volume of the Guide is concerned, lived in Oregon and Colorado. In a few instances, the work done by Bancroft and his co-laborers was seemingly lost, the "Builder" at the last moment declining to pay according to contract, or to approve the biography as written, but the biographical materials were preserved in manuscript and now get their due. The correspondence accompanying the collections of biographical data on various "Builders" is often extremely interesting, the Bancroft agents sizing up with great shrewdness the men with whom they dealt.

The Bancroft Library was purchased by the University of California late in 1905. It had not yet been moved across the Bay at the time of the San Francisco earthquake and fire in April, 1906, but fortunately it was outside the fire area and survived the holocaust, the only major San Francisco library preserved intact. The library was removed to the Berkeley campus a few weeks later. During the next four decades there was little significant expansion of the collection in the Pacific and Western field, the attention of the Library being more characteristically directed to gathering California materials, and copies of documents in the archives of Spain and Mexico, though Gregory F. Crampton collected a sizable body of Nevada materials for the Library, and Hugh F. O'Neil significantly enlarged the Utah collections just prior to World War II. A reinvigorated collecting program since the close of the war has directed particular attention to contemporary documentation—letters, diaries, and kindred materials—that will give weight and body to the extensive collections of dictations. That new force in scholarship, microfilm, has made itself felt in the Pacific and Western area as elsewhere among the Bancroft collections, and all films outside archival classifications—that is, all given regular call numbers—have been described in this Guide.

This brief account of the building of the Bancroft Library manuscript collections over a period of more than a century has served to describe the nature of the collections. There remains to be said something about the structure of this Guide.

It has been found desirable to describe the manuscripts by geographic area, using the same main classifications established in H. H. Bancroft's day, but with one added category, here called Western and Miscellaneous. Within each division, the manuscripts are described alphabetically by author. If a manuscript was part of the original H. H. Bancroft collection, the fact is shown by the symbol HHB in the heading. The call number of each manuscript is also given; e.g., the Mason Brayman Papers among the Idaho manuscripts have the call number P-H 124. A film is designated as such in the call number. (Sometimes the Library has photographic prints of these films, more convenient for study.)

The Library's manuscript collections are interpenetrating; thus the California Manuscripts may contain material significantly relating to Utah or Mexico; the Mexican Manuscripts may have material pertaining to Alaska or California; and as will be seen by examination of the Guide, the Pacific and Western Manuscripts


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contain much of interest concerning other areas. In describing the various manuscripts particular attention has been given to the problem of locating material in places it would not normally be looked for. Disproportionate space is given to this aspect of the manuscripts in some instances, but in this way the indexes to the various volumes of the Guide to be published will bring out all major references to particular geographic areas. The index is consequently a major feature of the Guide, a significant reference tool in its own right.

Because space pressure is severe, descriptions of the contents of manuscripts have necessarily been curtailed. There is again a certain lack of proportion, in giving as much space to a couple of two-page dictations as can be spared to describe an entire collection—even a major collection. But we have had to take the manuscripts as we have found them, and bear in mind that detailed calendars may hereafter be published for the large collections, whereas the smaller items are being described once and for all. It is hoped that enough information is provided to give a scholar a fair idea whether any manuscript is germane to his researches. Fuller descriptions of many of the manuscripts are available in the Library. These include special reports and keys to arrangement for large groups of papers and complex microfilms.

DALE L. MORGAN

Index

  • Abad y Queipo, Manuel, 292
  • Abbot, A. F., 185
  • Abbott, Colo., 185
  • Abbreviations, 11
  • Abel, James F., 122
  • Aberdeen, B. C., 175
  • Aberdeen, Wash., 46
  • Abernathy, Anne (Pope), 15
  • Abernathy, F. J., 293
  • Abernethy, George, 15
  • Abilene, Kansas, 274, 289
  • Abilene, Texas, 268
  • Abiquiu, N. M., 86
  • Abrahams, James L., 295
  • Acapulco, Mexico, 258
  • Acheson, Alexander W., 294
  • Acheson, Dean, 135
  • Acheson, J. R., 306
  • Acker, Walter, 299
  • Active, 35
  • Adair, J. B., 295
  • Adair, Robert, 295
  • Adair, W. A., 295
  • Adams, Alva, 211
  • Adams, B. F. D., 185
  • Adams, E. C., 53
  • Adams, George Russell, 169
  • Adams, Henry, 46
  • Adams, John A., 202
  • Adams, L. B., 113
  • Adams, Samuel, 185
  • Adams, Samuel R., 323
  • Adams, Sewall, 200
  • Adams, W., 136
  • Adams, William A., 298
  • Adams, William H., 198
  • Adams & Company Express, 248
  • Adamson, William, 83
  • Addams, Jane, 135
  • Addie Consolidated Mining & Milling Co., 156
  • Adventure, 68
  • Afognak Island, 172
  • Africa, 315
  • Ainsworth, Frank K., 75
  • Ainsworth, John Commigers, 15
  • Ainus of Japan, 176
  • Akron, Colo., 185, 216
  • Alabama, 272
  • Alamán, Lucas, 82
  • Alameda Co., Calif., 124, 134, 143
  • Alamo, The, 275, 281
  • Alamosa, Colo., 198, 211, 216, 221-223, 231
  • Alaska, 2, 4-5, 9, 39, 57, 66, 129, 133, 143, 169-185, 249, 287, 315;
    • archives, 173
  • Alaska Commercial Co., 174, 183
  • Alaska Herald (Svoboda), 172-173
  • Alaska Milling & Mining Co., 172
  • Alaska Packers Assn., 182
  • Alaskan Peninsula, 182
  • Albany, Ore., 26, 35
  • Albany Co., Wyo., 247
  • Albatross, 184
  • Alberta, 67, 72
  • Albion, Idaho, 158
  • Albion Consolidated Mining Co., 125
  • Albiqua, Battle of, 18
  • Albuquerque Indian School, 84
  • Alden, George W., 197
  • Alder Gulch, Mont., 160-161, 163, 166, 168
  • Alderson, Matt. W., 166
  • Aldine Book Co., 59
  • Aleutian Islands, 169-170, 172, 174, 176, 179-181
  • Alexander, A. F., 199
  • Alexander, A. J., 81-82
  • Alexander, Charles E., 185
  • Alexander, Daniel, 114
  • Alexander, Evaline Throop (Martin), 81
  • Alexander, F. P., 296
  • Alexander, H. N., 168
  • Alexander, Lewis, 292
  • Alexander, Richard Henry, 60
  • Alexander, William De Witt, 260
  • Alfalfa-growing, 239
  • Alford, George, F., 267-268
  • Alford, N. C., 186
  • Algert, Ariz., 81
  • Alkali Valley, Ore., 40
  • Alki Point, Wash., 48
  • Alkire, John D., 195
  • Alkire, Leonard, 195
  • Alkire, Mary Bracken, 195
  • Allan, Alexander, 60
  • Allan, George T., 43
  • Allan, Sylvester, 77
  • Allcock, Sarah E., 320
  • Allen, B. D., 198
  • Allen, George B., 186
  • Allen, James X., 115
  • Allen, John Beard, 53
  • Allen, Noah, 195
  • Allen, O. R., 165
  • Allen, R. W., 293
  • Allen, S. B., 296
  • Allen, Sam, 295
  • Allen, William, 80
  • Allerdice, David, 163
  • Allerdice, Mont., 163
  • Alley, Louise I., 53
  • Allison Mine, 156
  • Alma, Colo., 201

  • 326
  • Almota, Wash., 58
  • Alpuche e Infante, José María, 286
  • Alsop, Thomas, 242
  • Alston, Ed. S., 293
  • Alston, Edward D., 164
  • Alta, Utah, 168
  • Alturas Co., Idaho, 159
  • Alvarado, Texas, 296
  • Alvarez, Manuel, 92
  • Álvarez Grant, 82
  • Amador, Calif., 279
  • Amador Co., Calif., 73, 124, 276, 279, 319
  • American Baptist Home Mission Society, 20, 48, 92, 111, 303
  • American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 44-45
  • American Cattle Co., 234
  • American Falls, Idaho, 248
  • American Fork, Utah, 115
  • American Fur Co., 65
  • American Iron & Steel Assn., 220
  • American Museum of Natural History, 182
  • American River, 29, 131, 249
  • Ames, Frederick Lathrop, 303
  • Ames, Oakes, 303
  • Ames, Oliver (1807-1877), 303
  • Ames, Oliver (1831-1895), 303
  • Amint, Denis, 165
  • Amnesties, 301
  • Amphitrite, H.M.S., 267
  • Anaconda, Mont., 163
  • Anahuac, Texas, 283, 286
  • Anchorage Bay, Alaska, 182
  • Ancient Order of United Workmen, 122, 134
  • "Ancient Santa Fe," 82
  • Anderson, A. J., 298
  • Anderson, Alexander Caulfield, 3, 60-62
  • Anderson, B. P., 186
  • Anderson, Charles L., 115
  • Anderson, Charles Lewis, 122-123
  • Anderson, John Emmet, 75
  • Anderson, Lars J. 116
  • Anderson, R. R., 117
  • Anderson, Thomas G., 195
  • Anderson, W. A., 46
  • Anderson, W. W., 195
  • Anderson, Willhelm, 100
  • Anderson, Co., Texas, 292
  • Anderson Island, Puget Sound, 185
  • Andover-Harvard Library, 45
  • Andreiev, Vassili, 179
  • Andrews, Charles, 114
  • Andrews, Clarence LeRoy, 170
  • Andrews, George A., 197
  • Andrews, John, 114
  • Andrews, John S., 268
  • Andrews, W. L. F., 200
  • Andrews Mine, 53
  • Andrus, Freman, 38
  • Angell, Mary Ann, 106
  • Anglo-Klondyke Mining Co., 63
  • Angus, John, 115
  • Anthony, Emmet, 195
  • Anthony, S. H., 195
  • Anthony, Scott J., 195
  • Antiquities;
    • see Archeology
  • Antony, Edwin Leroy, 297
  • Anza, Juan Bautista de, 92
  • Apache Co., Ariz., 74
  • Applegate, Jesse A., 4, 15, 18
  • Applegate, Lindsay, 15, 43
  • Applegate, Oliver Cromwell, 4, 15-16
  • Applegate Cutoff, 4, 15, 21, 37-38, 54
  • Apperson, John T., 15
  • Arapahoe Co., Colo., 195, 208, 211, 221
  • Arbuckle, Franklin Pierce, 195
  • Arbuckle, James, 293
  • Archdekin, T. P., 200
  • Archeology, 76, 82-83, 90, 169, 221, 266, 315
  • Archer, Branch T., 281
  • Archer, Osceola, 299
  • Architects, 100, 206, 230
  • Archives, 6-9, 82, 87, 90-92, 94;
    • see also National Archives
  • Archives Nationales, 321
  • Archivo General de la Nación, México, 82
  • Archuleta, Antonio D., 195
  • Archuleta Co., Colo., 223
  • Arctic, 182, 249, 267
  • Arizona, 2, 8, 74-82, 84, 94-95, 97, 103-105, 109, 117, 129, 166-168, 188, 192, 205, 220, 223, 236, 242, 251, 276, 289, 304-305, 315, 323;
    • Board of Prison Commissioners, 168
  • Argenta, Nev., 134
  • Argentina, 315
  • Argentine Mine, Colo., 217
  • Arkansas, 36, 82, 86, 94, 136, 187, 235, 269, 300
  • Arkansas Indian Agency, 321
  • Arkansas River, 83, 248, 308, 323
  • Arkansas Valley, Colo., 188, 212-213, 224-225, 230, 234, 235, 239
  • Arkell, Edwin, 186
  • Armijo, Antonio, 82
  • Armijo, Manuel, 92
  • Armit, W., 62
  • Armour, Philip D., 310
  • Armstead, W. T., 296
  • Armstrong, A. E., 200
  • Armstrong, Andrew, 200
  • Armstrong, J. S., 293
  • Armstrong, James C., 115
  • Armstrong, Philander Banister, 303
  • Armstrong, W. H., 141
  • Armstrong Co., Texas, 276
  • Armstrong Fire Insurance Co. of New York, 303
  • Army & Navy Journal, 86
  • Army of the Potomac, 50
  • Army officers, 4, 6, 17, 26-27, 39, 41, 50-51, 59, 77, 80-82, 84, 87-89, 91, 95, 97, 101-102, 105, 111, 187, 195, 222, 246-249, 252-253, 311, 314, 322
  • Arnett, Anthony, 197
  • Arnold, Frederick K., 33
  • Arnold, Mowry A., 242
  • Arnold, W. M., 195
  • Arnoldi, E., 294
  • Arorai language, 265
  • Arredondo, José Joaquin, 278
  • Arricivitas, Juan Domigo, 288
  • Art & artists, 82, 83, 86, 88-89, 111, 145, 176, 180, 184, 244, 262-263, 315
  • Arteaga, Ignacio, 57
  • Artesian wells, 124, 239
  • Arthur, Edward P., 201
  • Arthur, James B., 200
  • Arvada, Colo., 200, 236
  • Arvizo, Ambrosio, 76
  • Ashcraft, Colo., 219, 229
  • Ashland, Ore., 4, 16, 41
  • Ashley, Eli M., 195
  • Ashley, William Henry, 305, 313-314, 322
  • Ashtabula, Ohio, 320
  • Aspen, Colo., 186, 189-191, 201, 217, 219, 221, 232, 238, 240, 241
  • Aspinwall, Francis H., 61
  • Assembly Hall, 108, 118
  • Astor, John Jacob II, 303
  • Astor, William Backhouse, 303, 306
  • Astor, William Waldorf, 303
  • Astoria, Ore., 35, 38, 56, 60, 74, 250, 262, 316
  • Atahualpa 184
  • Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RR, 76, 190, 223
  • Atherton, Gertrude, 135
  • Athey, James, 16

  • 327
  • Athey, James, Jr., 16
  • Atiu Island, 264;
    • language, 264
  • Atkins, James J., 254
  • Atkinson, Henry, 313, 322
  • Atkinson, J. L., 33
  • Atkinson, J. W., 186
  • Atkinson, Jesse L., 255
  • Atlantic & Pacific RR, 274
  • Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph, 158
  • Atlantic City, Wyo., 245, 252
  • Aubry, F. X., 80
  • Aubry, Llewellyn, 295
  • Auburn, Ore., 29, 150-152
  • Auerbach, Frederick, 113
  • Auerbach, Louis, 195
  • Aughey, Samuel, 242
  • Aulbach, Adam, 109
  • Auraria, Colo., 186, 205, 224, 231, 234
  • Aurora, Nev., 138
  • Austin, Ben W., 59, 256
  • Austin, Eugene A., 197
  • Austin, F. S., 75
  • Austin, Gerard, 198
  • Austin, J. P., 294
  • Austin, Mary, 135
  • Austin, Moses, 269
  • Austin, Nev., 124, 127-129, 133-137, 144
  • Austin, Texas, 270-272, 274-275, 277-278, 289, 291, 299-300, 302, 306;
    • Daily Bulletin, 299;
    • Daily Statesman, 300
  • Australia, 38, 185, 262, 265-266, 279;
    • languages of, 265
  • Australia Gulch, Colo., 234
  • Austria, 109
  • Authors;
    • see Literary papers
  • Autobees [Ortibi], Charles, 85
  • Automobile Club of Southern California, 76
  • Aux, George, 186
  • Avant, Nathan, 296
  • Avery, Alida, C., 195
  • Avery, Henry A., 199
  • Avery, William W., 123
  • Áviles, Antonio de, 89
  • Axtell, V. F., 199
  • Ayala, Juan Manuel de, 57
  • Ayer, Edward Everett, 304;
    • Collection, 306
  • Ayers, John, 82
  • Ayrshire Lass, 260
  • Babbitt, A. T., 243
  • Babcock, Delos, 254
  • Babcock, John Breckinridge, 80
  • Bach, Mrs. Aron, 170
  • Bach, E. W., 165
  • Bache, Alfred Boyce, 80
  • Bache, Hartman, 96
  • Bacon, Evelyn F., 319
  • Bacon, John M., 4, 16
  • Bacon, Walter R., 319
  • Bacon-Shakespeare controversy, 99
  • Bad Ax, Battle of, 302
  • Bagdad, Texas, 292
  • Bagg, Stanley C., 74
  • Bahía del Espiritu Santo, 279
  • Bailey, A. A., 255
  • Bailey, A. W., 195
  • Bailey, D. H., 294
  • Bailey, H., 197
  • Bailey, John W., 195
  • Bailey Gatzert, 50
  • Bailhache, Ada (Brayman), 151
  • Bailhache, Adah Brayman, 151
  • Bailhache, William H., 151
  • Baily, Alonzo, 74
  • Bainbridge, N. Y., 274
  • Baird, Ezra, 154
  • Baker, A. M., 200
  • Baker Abby Scott, 135
  • Baker, Albert C., 74
  • Baker, Mrs. Ashford, 174
  • Baker, Benjamin F., 268
  • Baker, Charles, 74
  • Baker, Daniel M., 198
  • Baker, F. R., 200
  • Baker, George E., 53
  • Baker, Isaac G., 306
  • Baker, James M., 75
  • Baker, Jane (Smart) Franklin, 186
  • Baker, Joseph A., 163
  • Baker, Mosely, 283
  • Baker, Sam, 131
  • Baker, William, 186-187
  • Baker Co., Ore., 34, 150
  • Baker's Park, Colo., 228
  • Balch, Emily, 135
  • Balch, George Thatcher, 304
  • Balch, Harriet (Cushman), 304
  • Baldridge, J., 293
  • Baldwin, B. J., 296
  • Baldwin, Benjamin F., 187
  • Baldwin, Charles P., 187
  • Baldwin, E. E., 199
  • Baldwin, Noyes, 255
  • Bales, James David, 96
  • Ballard, J. S., 164
  • Ballinger, Webster, 201
  • Balloon Hill Mascot Mining Co., 123
  • Ballou, William T., 3, 46
  • Ballou's Express, 46
  • Balthazar, Antonio de, 78
  • Baltimore, Md., 305
  • Bancroft, George, 58
  • Bancroft, Hubert Howe, v-vii, 1-10, 15-21, 23, 25, 29, 31-32, 37-43, 47, 49, 51-52, 54-60, 62, 64-67, 69-70, 74, 76-77, 84, 86-88, 91, 93, 95-99, 101, 104, 106-107, 109, 112, 116, 118, 123, 128, 137, 144, 152, 154, 162, 165, 168-169, 175, 178, 187, 191-193, 206, 208-211, 213, 220, 224-225, 228, 235-237, 240, 242-245, 247, 251-253, 255, 257, 261-262, 266, 268-269, 273, 280, 288, 299, 301-302, 312, 317, 323;
  • Bancroft, Kate, 5, 120, 187-188, 205, 207, 221, 224-225, 229-234, 239-240
  • Bancroft, Matilda Coley (Griffing), 2-6, 10, 15, 19, 60, 66-67, 82-84, 99, 103, 108, 116, 118, 122, 186, 189, 191, 193, 204-205, 207, 209, 212, 216, 219, 221, 226-228, 230-232, 237
  • Bancroft, Philip, 5
  • Bancroft (A. L.) & Co., 137-138, 158, 197, 255, 274, 278, 300;
    • (H. H.) & Co., 126, 161;
    • see also History Co.
  • Bandelier, Adolphe Francis Alphonse, 82
  • Bank of California, 129, 139
  • Bank of Deseret, 117
  • Bank of Gold Hill, 139
  • Banking, 20, 24, 27, 31, 39, 41, 52, 87, 117, 121, 123, 125, 129, 139-141, 145, 162, 188, 195, 208, 211, 216, 223, 230-232, 239, 241-242, 268, 271, 273, 279-280, 288-290, 295, 302-303, 307, 310
  • Bannack, Idaho, 151

  • 328
  • Bannack City, Mont., 160-162, 166
  • Banner, Idaho, 152
  • Banner Mining & Milling Co., 150
  • Bannock Stake, Idaho, 108
  • Banta, E. S., 164
  • Baptist Church, 92, 111, 303
  • Baranov, Alexandrievitch, 170, 176, 179, 266
  • Barbour, Ashburn K., 165
  • Barbour, James, P., 197
  • Barclay, Alexander, 83
  • Barclay, George, 83
  • Barclay, Mary, 83
  • Barclay's Fort, N. M., 83
  • Barela, Casimiro, 187
  • Barfoot, Joseph L., 96
  • Barkell, J. H., 165
  • Barker, E. K., 197
  • Barker, Mrs. H. C., 197
  • Barker, John Wesley, 120
  • Barlow Road, 16, 26, 31, 47
  • Barnard, Lieutenant, 173
  • Barnard, Phineas Pierce, 80
  • Barnes, George A., 16
  • Barnett, W. W., 297
  • Barnhart, G. H., 75
  • Barnum, Phineas T., 251
  • Barrack, Alexander, 153
  • Barrack, John, 153
  • Barraston, R. J., 114
  • Barrett, D. C., 282, 284-285
  • Barrows, Elizabeth (Brewer), 118
  • Barry, Bryan T., 297
  • Barry, J. Neilson, 304
  • Barry, James, 83
  • Bartlett, John Russell, 83
  • Bartmess, Francis Marion, 34
  • Bartmess, John, 34
  • Barton, Joseph, 96
  • Bashmakov, Fedor, 170
  • Basset, Alden, 187
  • Bassets Mills, Colo., 187
  • Bastrop, Tex., 292
  • Bastrop Co., Texas, 279, 292
  • Bataillon, Pierre, 264-265
  • Bates, Mary Barker, 195
  • Battle Creek, Ore., 159
  • Battle Mountain, Colo., 238
  • Battle Mountain, Nev., 124, 134, 137
  • Bavaria, 280, 288
  • Baxter, Joseph N., 187
  • Bayle, William, 187
  • Bayley, C. A., 61
  • Beach, John, 304
  • Beale, Edward Fitzgerald, 304
  • Bealer, Lewis Winkler, 188
  • Beall, Thomas Fletcher, 16
  • Bean, A. J., 199
  • Bean, George Washington, 96
  • Bean, James A., 115
  • Bear Lake, 316
  • Bear Mouth, Mont., 163
  • Bear River, 122
  • Bear Town, Mont., 163
  • Beard, Mary Ritter, 135
  • Beatie, Hampden S., 6, 123
  • Beattie, W. G., 183
  • Beatty, Judge, 158
  • Beauvais, G. P., 307
  • Beaver, Utah, 98, 114, 119
  • Beaver Co., Utah, 114
  • Beaver Creek, Mont., 164
  • Beaverhead Co., Mont., 161, 163, 166
  • Beaverhead Valley, Mont., 169
  • Beaverton, Ore., 26
  • Beck, Judge & Mrs., 205
  • Becker, Peter, 200
  • Beckwith, Elton T., 198
  • Beckwith, George L., 197
  • Bedford, Mont., 164
  • Bee-keeping, 102
  • Beeman, Newell, 255
  • Beers, Franklin, 115
  • Beers, W. F., 294
  • Beeson, Welborn, 35
  • Begole, A. W., 188
  • Behrens, Lewis, 35
  • Behring, 184
  • Belcher Mine Co., 129, 146
  • Belkovsky, Alaska, 175
  • Bell, James H., 268
  • Bell, John R., 322
  • Bell, John W., 268
  • Bell, Peter Hanborough, 300
  • Bell, Thomas P., 200
  • Bell, William, 249
  • Bell, William N., 46
  • Bell Co., Texas, 292
  • Bell Ranch, N. M., 93
  • Bell River, 182
  • Bella Bella, B. C., 175
  • Belle Plain, Texas, 277
  • Bellerophon, H.M.S., 267
  • Bellingham, Wash., 49
  • Bellingham Bay, Wash., 55, 58, 70
  • Bellingham Bay & British Columbia RR., 59
  • Bellingham Bay Railway & Navigation Co., 47
  • Bellot, Samuel, 300
  • Belltown, Wash., 46
  • Bellvue, Colo., 209
  • Belshaw, George, 28
  • Belton, Texas, 270, 292
  • Belvidere Mining Co., 150
  • Bement, Austin F., 311
  • Bement, Bingham, 121
  • Ben Butler Mine, Colo., 238
  • Bender, D. A., 123
  • Benigno, Romero, 91
  • Benjamin, J. M., 148
  • Benjamin, Mrs. Lou, 148-149
  • Benjamin, Utah, 112
  • Benn, Samuel, 46
  • Bennet, J. B., 117
  • Bennett, E. J., 74
  • Bennett, Frank Tracy, 81
  • Bennett, H. A., 254
  • Bennett, John, 188
  • Bent, Ben, 231
  • Bent, Charles, 83, 322
  • Bent, Robert, 233
  • Bent, William, 228, 248
  • Bent & St. Vrain, 83
  • Bent Co., Colo., 196, 216-217, 226
  • Bentley, J. A., 188
  • Benton, H. M., 58
  • Benton, J. M., 139
  • Benton, Thomas Hart, 322
  • Bent's Fort, 83, 85, 218, 235, 240
  • Berg (Berkh), Vassili, 180, 266
  • Bergh, Abraham, 195
  • Bergman, E. H., 84
  • Bering, Vitus J., 177, 184
  • Berkeley, Calif., 97
  • Berkh (Berg), Vasilii, 180, 266
  • Berninghaus, Oscar E., 88
  • Berry, J. N., 75
  • Berry, M. P., 170
  • Berry, Radford, 285
  • Berthoud, Colo., 206
  • Beshoar, Michael, 188
  • Bessemer, Colo., 224
  • Bessemer Consolidated Mining Co., 139
  • Besser, Luzerne, 33
  • Best, Humphrey, 188
  • Beth Sholem Temple, Las Vegas, 141
  • Betts, Robert, 83
  • Beuthner (or Beutcher), Solomon, 84, 222
  • Bewick, George & Mrs., 123
  • Bewick, May Julia, 123
  • Bewick, William, 123
  • Bexar, Texas, 278, 281-282;
    • Archives, 291
  • Bexar Co., Texas, 292
  • Beyers, A. W., 294
  • Bibliographies, 96, 107-108, 117, 261
  • Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, 87, 96
  • Bibliothéque Nationale, 321
  • Bibliothéque St. Sulpice, Bâby Collection, 70
  • Bicknall, Edward, 105
  • Bidamon, Emma (Hale) Smith, 97

  • 329
  • Bidamon, Lewis Crum, 97
  • Bidarkas, 172
  • Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, 122
  • Big Horn Country, 241
  • Big Horn Expedition (1870), 243, 255;
  • (1875), 256
  • Big Horn Mts., 160
  • Big Nose George, 251
  • Bigham, William, 58
  • Bigler, Henry William, 97, 106
  • Biglow, Gus, 139
  • Bihlmyer, John, 199
  • Bijou Basin, Colo., 186, 213
  • Bijou Creek, Colo., 240
  • Billings, Capt. Joseph, 180
  • Billings, Sheriff (William), 54
  • Billings, Mont., 243
  • "Billy the Kid," 192
  • Bingham, Hanna McFarland, 120
  • Binkley, C. C., 294
  • Binkley, J. G., 294
  • Binkley, J. M., 294
  • Binkley, John A., 201
  • Birds, 288
  • Birkeley, David, 203
  • Birnie, James, 56
  • Bisbee, Ariz., 74
  • Bishop, Charles R., 261
  • Bishop, Hoel Smith, 80
  • Bismarck, N. D., 250
  • Bissell, Amos, 188
  • Bitner, Abraham, 97
  • Bitner, Breneman Barr, 97
  • Bitner, Martina Marjorie (Halseth), 97
  • Bitner, Mary Esther (Benedict), 97
  • Bitner, Sara Ann (Osguthorpe), 97
  • Bitterroot Valley, Mont., 46, 248
  • Black, Charles S., 75
  • Black, F. T., 165
  • Black, J. S., 298
  • Black, P. P., 200
  • Black, Samuel, 61, 70, 73
  • Black, William, 316
  • Black Hawk War, Ill., 302
  • Black Hawk War, Utah, 106
  • Black Hills, 134, 152, 160, 168, 208, 226, 249-250, 289
  • Blackburn, George, 35
  • Blackfoot River, Idaho, 168
  • Blackham, John, 116
  • Blackhawk, Colo., 187-188, 208, 220-222, 241
  • Blacks Fork, Wyo., 243
  • Blacksmiths, 158, 228, 230
  • Blaine, John Eliot, 195
  • Blair, David E., 35
  • Blair, Thomas O., 36
  • Blake, Edward, 72
  • Blake, Isaac Elder, 189
  • Blake, John W., 254
  • Blake, Katherine Devereux, 135
  • Blakeley saw mill, 58
  • Blaker, J. A., 33
  • Blanchard, J. A., 58
  • Blanchard, John R., 114
  • Blanchet, Francis Norbert, 17, 38
  • Blashke, E., 170
  • Blatch, Harriet Stanton, 135
  • Bleak, James Godson, 97, 113
  • Blind Ravine, Calif., 131
  • Blindness, 273
  • Blinn, Horace E., 254
  • Blinn, J. W., 75
  • Bliss, Charles T., 134
  • Bliss, Duane L., 123, 134, 139
  • Bliss, Duane L., Jr., 134
  • Bliss, Walter D., 134
  • Bliss, William S., 134
  • Blossom, John Ansel, 124
  • Blossom, H.M.S., 39
  • Blount, A. E., 189
  • Blount, Stephen W., 268
  • Blue, George Verne, 46
  • Blue Water Holes Ranch, N.M., 89
  • Blumenschein, Ernest L., 88
  • Blydenburgh, Charles Edward, 254
  • Boardman, John M., 160
  • Boatman, George T., 165
  • Boaz, David, 298
  • Boaz, W. J., 298
  • Boblett, J. C., 75
  • Bochmann, Frederick, 199
  • Bodega, Calif., 83
  • Bodie & Benton Railway, 150
  • Bodie Hydraulic Mining & Water Co., 150
  • Boeckel, Florence Brewer, 135
  • Boettcher, Charles, 189
  • Boggs, Lilburn W., 54, 83, 104
  • Boggs, T. W., 75
  • Boggs, Thomas Oliver, 8, 83-84
  • Bogue, Barney, 165
  • Boise, Idaho, 151-152, 154, 157;
  • Boise Co., Idaho, 154
  • Boise River, 52, 159
  • Boise River Basin, 150-152, 155, 157, 159
  • Bolsinger, H. C., 195
  • Bonanza City, Idaho, 158;
    • Yankee Fork Herald, 158
  • Bond, Henry M., 115
  • Bond, N. J., 160
  • Bonham, Tex., 293
  • Bonnemains, Baron de, 160
  • Bonner, Charles T., 298
  • Bonner, E. L., 164
  • Bonner, John Henry, 298
  • Bonner, Micajah Hubbard, 298
  • Bonney, William H. ("Billy the Kid"), 192
  • Book of Mormon, 99, 108
  • Bookhout, John, 293
  • Boone, A. G., 84
  • Booneville, Idaho, 155
  • Booth, J. B., 117
  • Booth, John Edge, 98
  • Booth, Levi, 189
  • Booth, W. T., 293
  • Boothroyd, P. H., 200
  • Borah, William Edgar, 150
  • Border, Samuel B., 197
  • Bordman, W. H., 267
  • Boriel Lafitte, Pablo, 291
  • Bosque Co., Texas, 292
  • Boston, Mass., 35, 55, 58, 71, 91, 184, 258-259, 267, 305
  • Boston, Texas, 301
  • Boswell, Nathaniel K., 243
  • Botany, 22, 257, 266, 302, 305, 310
  • Botulph, Brother, 91
  • Bouchard, Capt., 260
  • Boughton, Jay H., 200
  • Boulder, Colo., 158, 189, 194, 197, 205, 207-209, 217, 219-221, 224, 235, 239, 250
  • Boulder, Mont., 161
  • Boulder Co., Colo., 194, 197, 206, 209, 214, 219, 224, 228, 231, 248
  • Boulder Valley, Mont., 164
  • Boundaries, 170
  • Boundary Commission, Northwest, 65
  • Bourke, John Gregory, 80
  • Bourne, Jonathan, 17
  • Bouse, Ariz., 76
  • Bowen, G. M., 195
  • Bowers, Nathan D., 75
  • Bowie, James, 281
  • Bowie, Texas, 297
  • Bowie Co., Texas, 292
  • Bowles, R. R., 189
  • Bowman, A. W., 84
  • Bowman, Amos, 3-4, 50
  • Bowman, Jack, 255
  • Bowman, John H., 81
  • Bowring, Sir John, 256
  • Bowser, O. P., 268
  • Boyd, John E., 135
  • Boyden, John, 115
  • Boyer, Francis C., 115
  • Boyle, Emmett Derby, 124
  • Boyle, John A., 115

  • 330
  • Boyle, Will, 320
  • Boyle, William Henry, 17
  • Bozarth, Christopher C., 46
  • Bozarth, Squire, 47
  • Bozeman, John, 164, 166
  • Bozeman, Mont., 163-164;
    • Avant Courier, 166
  • Brace, Charles C., 197
  • Bradford, A. A., 189
  • Bradford, George H., 202
  • Bradford, Pleasant S., 115
  • Bradford, Sylvester, 115
  • Bradley, John R., 124
  • Bradley, John R., 144
  • Bradley, Lewis Rice, 78, 124, 140
  • Bradshaw, Charles M., 47, 59
  • Bradshaw, James, 281
  • Bragin, Dmitrii, 170
  • Brainard, Wesley, 197
  • Brand, George, 319
  • Branson, B. B., 17
  • Branstetter, Joseph, 150
  • Brattain, Thomas J., 36
  • Brauld, Thomas, 260
  • Brayer, Herbert O., 253
  • Brayman, Mary (Williams), 151
  • Brayman, Mason, 151
  • Brazee, J. W., 34
  • Brazil, 316
  • Brazoria, Texas, 274
  • Brazoria Co., Texas, 269, 292
  • Brazos, Dept. of, 281, 284-285
  • Brazos River, Texas, 283, 302
  • Breaker, George H., 295
  • Brecht, F. G., 75
  • Breck, George, 165
  • Breckenridge, Colo., 193-194, 202, 212, 216
  • Breed, Richard J., 126
  • Breed & Crosby, 126
  • Breeding, W. P., 32
  • Breedlove, C. R., 299
  • Breene, Peter W., 195
  • Brenham, Texas, 299-300
  • Brents, Thomas Hurley, 59
  • Brereton, Richard, 115
  • Brevoort, Elias, 83
  • Brewers, 226;
    • see Distillers
  • Brewerton, George D., 84
  • Brewster, Benjamin Harris, 154
  • Brewster, J. A., 260
  • Breyman, Werner, 33
  • Brickell, Edward J., 57
  • Brick-making, 186
  • Brickwood, J. T., 75
  • Bridger, James, 237, 243, 245, 247
  • Bridges, Grace, 146
  • Bridges, Lyman, 137
  • Briggs, Albert, 47, 58
  • Briggs, Robert, 124
  • Brigham Young University, 109
  • Brighton, Colo., 195
  • Brininstool, E. A., 244
  • Brink, J. F., 190
  • Brisbane, W. H., 200
  • Bristol, Samuel A., 243
  • Bristol, Sherlock, 151
  • Bristorm, J. R., 294
  • Bristow, Elijah Lafayette, 17, 28
  • British & American joint commission, claims of Hudson's Bay & Puget Sound agricultural co's., 52-53
  • British: archives, 309, 312, 316-317;
  • British Columbia, 2-5, 18, 29, 37, 39, 46, 48-49, 53-55, 60-74, 129, 134, 170-171, 175, 182, 220, 222, 249, 310, 315;
  • British Columbia Electric Railway Co., 66
  • "British Columbia Sketches," 62
  • Broadsides, 100, 103, 121
  • Broadwater, Charles Arthur, 165
  • Broadwater Co., Mont., 164
  • Brocchus, Perry E., 84
  • Brodrick, Patrick Thomas, 80
  • Bronson, E. B., 268
  • Brooke, John R., 311
  • Brookfield, A. A., 197
  • Brooklyn, N.Y., 313
  • Brooklyn Mine, 185
  • Brooks, E. J., 190
  • Brooks, Harriet, 84
  • Brooks, Juanita, 117
  • Brooks, Quincy Adams, 17, 47
  • Brooks, Samuel, 36
  • Broom, John, 113
  • Brosius, F. J., 298
  • Brosnan, Cornelius James, 28
  • Brown, A., 138
  • Brown, A. P., 298
  • Brown, Carl, 153
  • Brown, David R. C., 201
  • Brown, Dickson Q., 150
  • Brown, Francis A., 116
  • Brown, Gabriel, 36
  • Brown, George E., 75
  • Brown, Henry W., 124
  • Brown, J. W., 202
  • Brown, Mrs. J. W., 319
  • Brown, James F., 43
  • Brown, James Hoyt, 75
  • Brown, John, 206
  • Brown, John C., 289
  • Brown, John W., 114
  • Brown, Joseph Henry, 4, 17-18, 23-24, 30, 35
  • Brown, Mrs. Lou, 118
  • Brown, Martha H. (Anderson), 116
  • Brown, R. A., 297
  • Brown, S. C., 197
  • Brown, Sam, 120
  • Brown, Thomas C., 199
  • Brown, Thomas Jefferson, 294
  • Brown Co., Texas, 271, 292
  • Browne, J. Ross, 183
  • Browne, Spencer C., 139
  • Browning, James Nathan, 268
  • Browning, John M., 115
  • Browning, Jonathan, 155
  • Browning, Mathew S., 115
  • Brownsville, Texas, 276
  • Brownwood, Texas, 271, 273, 280, 292;
    • Bulletin, 273
  • Broyles, C. E., 198
  • Broyles, John, 59
  • Bruce, R. H., 298
  • Bruneau Valley, Idaho, 156
  • Bruner, Robert J., 202
  • Brunot, Felix, 305
  • Brunswick Consolidated Mining Co., 139
  • Brunzell, O. F., 157
  • Brush, Jared L., 195
  • Bryan, E. E., 296
  • Bryan, Guy Morrison, 268
  • Bryan, Moses Austin, 299
  • Bryan, R. W. D., 84
  • Bryan, Thomas J., 160
  • Bryan, W. A. C., 114
  • Bryan, Texas, 292
  • Bryant, Alonzo, 125
  • Bryant, Robert G., 120
  • Buch, Amos, 131
  • Buchtel, William Harmon, 195
  • Buck, George, 163
  • Buck, John D., 165
  • Buck, William Wentworth, 18, 43
  • Bucke, Richard Maurice, 72, 131
  • Buckland, Samuel S., 125
  • Buckland & Virtue, 18
  • Buckler, C. N., 294
  • Bucklin, James W., 190
  • Buckman, George Rex, 190, 240
  • Buckmiller, Michael, 115
  • Bucknum, Amasa C., 195
  • Buddecke, Adolphus E., 206
  • Buehman, Henry, 76

  • 331
  • Buena Vista, Colo., 188, 197, 221
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina, 260
  • Buffalo, Wyo., 243, 250-251, 254
  • Buffalo Bill;
    • see Cody, William F.
  • Buffalo Flats & Erie Mining District, 203
  • Buffalo Peaks, Colo., 186
  • Buffalo Springs, Colo., 201
  • Buford, Nat M., 269
  • Buford, W. C., 298
  • Buissonet, Eugene, 305
  • Bulfinch's Sound, 68
  • Bulkley, Charles S., 169-170
  • Bull Creek, Kansas, 314
  • Bullard, C. R., 200
  • Bullard, E. D., 91
  • Bullard, William H., 160
  • Bullfrog Bank & Trust Co., 125
  • Bullfrog Goldfield RR, 134, 146
  • Bullock, David, 114
  • Bullock, Robert, 114
  • Bulwer-Lytton, Sir Edward L., 64
  • Bunnell, C. E., 183
  • Burbank, Augustus Ripley, 18
  • Burbank, Elbridge Ayer, 89
  • Burbank, Eva, 18
  • Burbank, Mary Ellen, 18
  • Burck, George, 297
  • Burdick, Moses Leon, 120
  • Bureau of American Ethnology, 90, 305
  • Burford, George W., 58
  • Burgher, B. M., 293
  • Burke, John, 190
  • Burke, Joseph, 305
  • Burke Co., Texas, 268
  • Burkhardt, Edward, 190
  • Burkhart, John, 35
  • Burlingame, Eugene E., 195
  • Burma, 266
  • Burnet, David G., 281-283
  • Burnet, Texas, 273, 292
  • Burnet Co., Texas, 292
  • Burnett, George H., 33
  • Burnett, Peter Hardeman, 18, 45
  • Burnham, Norman Griswold, 195
  • Burr, Aaron, 272
  • Burrell, J., 164
  • Burrell, Martin Strong, 34
  • Burritt, Charles H., 254
  • Burro Mining Claim, 157
  • Burroughs, J., J., 295
  • Burton, Robert Taylor, 113
  • Burton, Texas, 299
  • Burts, William P., 269
  • Bush, Asahel, 16, 33
  • Bush, G. W., 90
  • Bush House, England, 309
  • Bushnell, James Addison, 28
  • Bushnell, John Corydon, 28
  • Bushnell, Katharine, 135
  • Buss, G. E., 200
  • Bustamante, Juan Domingo de, 89, 92
  • Butchers, 133, 157, 168, 210, 218, 242, 248, 252, 305
  • Bute, James, 295
  • Butler, Anthony, 269
  • Butler, E. D., 19
  • Butler, Ira F. M., 19
  • Butler, J. S., 151
  • Butler, Peter, 19
  • Butler, Pierce, 19
  • Butte, Mont., 162, 166
  • Butte Co., Calif., 124, 162
  • Butters, Isabelle, 118
  • Butters, Joseph E., 118
  • Butteville, Ore., 39
  • Button, H. P., 190
  • Buzzard, S. M., 199
  • Byam, O., 164
  • Byers, L. D., 164
  • Byers, W. H., 33
  • Byers, William Newton, 6, 187, 191, 205, 224
  • Byers, Colo., 195
  • Byington, Cyrus, 305, 308
  • Byington, E. L., 198
  • Byler, E. A., 127
  • Byles, Charles, 47
  • Byles, David, F., 47
  • Byrd, T. E., 296
  • Byrne, Thomas, 80
  • Caamaño, Jacinto, 57
  • Cable: roads, 233;
  • Cabra Springs, N. M., 94
  • Cache Co., Utah, 114
  • Cachupín;
    • see Vélez Cachupín
  • Caddoa, Colo., 228
  • Cado Creek, Chickasaw Nation, 274
  • Cagwin & Noteware, 125
  • Cahill, Luke, 191
  • Cain, Cornelius, 136
  • Calahan, W. J., 165
  • Calaveras Co., Calif., 124, 126
  • Calcutta, India, 267
  • Calder, David O., 96
  • Caldwell, E. H., 297
  • Caldwell, S. A., 34
  • Caldwell Co., Texas, 271, 276, 287
  • Calhoun, Alice E., 319
  • California, vi-vii, 1-4, 7-9, 16-17, 20-23, 25-26, 29-31, 37, 40, 46, 48, 50-52, 54-55, 57, 60, 64, 66, 68, 72-73, 77-78, 81-87, 94, 97-100, 103, 105-106, 112, 121, 123-124, 126, 128-129, 131-134, 136-138, 140-143, 145-146, 148, 151, 154-159, 161-163, 166, 168, 170-171, 173, 175, 178-179, 181, 185, 187-189, 191, 205, 207-209, 211, 216, 219-222, 227, 231, 244-246, 248-250, 252, 258-260, 262, 267, 270, 276, 279, 287, 303-307, 309, 312, 314-315, 317, 319-320;
  • California & Oregon RR, 16
  • California Club, San Francisco, 260
  • California gold rush, 16-19, 21-23, 27, 29, 31, 35, 38-41, 46-48, 51, 55-56, 59, 72-73, 82, 94, 97, 100, 106, 111-112, 129, 131-132, 137-138, 141, 152, 158, 171, 209, 219-220, 225, 227, 249, 279, 314
  • California Gulch, Colo., 188-190, 218-219, 221, 224, 234, 236, 240;
    • see also Leadville
  • California Mining Co., 138
  • California Safe Deposit & Trust Co., 129
  • California State Telegraph Co., 307
  • Calkins, Carlton C., 197
  • Callaghan, T. T., 164
  • Callahan Co., Texas, 277, 302
  • Callao, Peru, 258, 262, 267, 317
  • Callicotte, W. R., 191
  • Callison, John Joseph, 28
  • Callister, Thomas C., 114
  • Calloway, William, 200
  • Callville, Nev., 81, 144
  • Calvert, W. J., 195
  • Calvert, Texas, 297
  • Calvin, J. Wesley, 201
  • Cameron, Texas, 287, 297
  • Cameron Bar, B. C., 72
  • Cameron Co., Texas, 292
  • Camp, Charles L., 86
  • Camp, W. R., 296
  • Camp Apache, Ariz., 78
  • Camp Bowie, Ariz., 79
  • Camp Collins, Colo., 222
  • Camp Floyd, Utah, 88-89
  • Camp Grant, Ariz., 80
  • Camp McDermit, Nev., 137, 159

  • 332
  • Camp Scott, Wyo., 245, 247, 249
  • Camp Sheridan, Wyo. 247
  • Camp Stambaugh, Wyo., 248
  • Camp Winfield Scott, Nev., 131
  • Campbell, Charles Macalester, 192
  • Campbell, E. T., 164
  • Campbell, Ernest L., 242
  • Campbell, G. H., 303
  • Campbell, John A., 253, 256
  • Campbell, John Goulder, 75
  • Campbell, Joseph, 74
  • Campbell, L. M., 192
  • Campbell, Robert (1804-1879), 305-306
  • Campbell, Robert (1808-1894), 62
  • Campbell, Robert L., 96
  • Campbell, Thomas Mitchell, 293
  • "Campfire Orations," 19
  • Canada, 22, 30, 60-74, 83, 108, 120, 134, 144, 182, 194, 287, 305, 313, 320;
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, 70
  • Canadian Rebellion, 31, 63
  • Canby, E. R. S., 84, 88
  • Canby, Mrs. L. H., 245
  • Candelaria, Nev., 141
  • Cane, Charles, 253
  • Canfield, Eugene, 47
  • Canfield, Henry J., 297
  • Canfield, Colo., 197, 219, 228
  • Canfield's Branch, Tex., 297
  • Cannibalism, 219
  • Cannon, A. M., 57
  • Cannon, Charles Wesley, 165
  • Cannon, George Quayle, 96, 106, 112, 116
  • Cannon, Laura Gregg, 135
  • Cañon City, Colo., 6, 187, 190, 199, 209, 212, 219, 221, 225, 227-228, 230, 240
  • Cañon de Chelly, 80, 227
  • Cantlin (Cautlin?) James V., 254
  • Canton, Frank M., 243
  • Canton, China, 184
  • Cany, Charles, Mining Co., 125
  • Canyon City, Ore., 40, 42
  • Canyon Creek, Idaho, 152
  • Cape Horn, 22, 60, 69, 132, 137, 141, 144, 174, 219, 250, 316
  • Cape Lisburn, 267
  • Cape Lyon, 182
  • Cape of Good Hope, 258
  • Capelle, Victor A., 33
  • Capitola, Calif., 143
  • Caple's Landing, Mo., 38
  • Caples, John F., 33
  • Capps, William, 298
  • Capyless, Edgar, 192
  • Carbon, Wyo., 242
  • Carbon Co., Wyo., 247
  • Cardon, Thomas B., 114
  • Caldwell, J. A., 19
  • Carey, Joseph M., 6, 243-245, 256
  • Cariboo, B. C., 37, 60;
  • Cariboo Mines, 66, 73
  • Caribou, Colo., 197
  • Caribou Mine, Colo., 220, 241
  • Carico, James M., 192
  • Carleton, Frances (Smith), 320
  • Carleton, James Henry, 85-86
  • Carleton, W. G., 320
  • Carlin, William, P., 244
  • Carlisle, James N., 201
  • Carlisle, Josiah Howard, 84
  • Carmichael, D. F., 192
  • Carmony, John H., 86
  • Carnahan, J. M., 197
  • Carpenter, C. C., 200
  • Carpenter, C. H., 192
  • Carpenter, J. C., 294
  • Carpenter, Mason B., 195
  • Carpenter, Thomas L., 103
  • Carr, C. C., 298
  • Carr, C. C. C., 131
  • Carr, J. B., 285
  • Carranza, Tomás J., 315
  • Carraway, P. A., 282
  • Carrington, Albert, 98, 111-112
  • Carrington, Austin, 75
  • Carroll, B. H., 300
  • Carroll, Joseph A., 293
  • Carroll, W. P., 254
  • Carson, Christopher (Kit), 8, 82-86, 89, 91, 94, 191, 237, 240;
  • Carson, Franklin, 85
  • Carson, John C., 19
  • Carson, Josefa Jaramillo, 84, 94
  • Carson, Lindsay, 85
  • Carson, Terecina, 85
  • Carson & Colo. RR Co., 125, 138, 147, 149-150
  • Carson & Tahoe Lumber & Fluming Co., 123, 150
  • Carson City, Nev., 123, 125-127, 130, 132-133, 136-138, 140-141, 145-147, 149, 279
  • Carson City Coal Gas Co., 139
  • Carson Co., Nev., 125
  • Carson Co., Utah, 144
  • Carson River & Valley, Nev., 6, 98, 100, 102-103, 112, 120, 123, 125-126, 131, 133, 140, 142-143
  • Carson Savings Bank, 146
  • Carstarphen, Oney, 195
  • Carthage, Texas, 268
  • Carthage, Ill., Jail, 110
  • Carter, A. M., 298
  • Carter, E. L., 245
  • Carter, Harley H., 75
  • Carter, James Van Allen, 244-245
  • Carter, Mary Ellen, 245-246
  • Carter, W. B., 200
  • Carter, William Alexander, 244-247, 249-253
  • Carter, William B., 163
  • Carver, George H., 116
  • Casa Grande, Ariz., 75, 79
  • Casa Grande (ruin), 76, 78
  • Casafuerte, Marqués de, 89
  • Cascade Mts., 60
  • Cascade Co., Mont., 163
  • Case, Hamet Hubbard, 47
  • Casey, Martin, 298
  • Cass Co., Texas, 291
  • Cassia Co., Idaho, 158
  • Cassidy, C. G., 141
  • Cassidy, G. W., 141
  • Cassidy, Gerald, 86
  • Cassidy, Ira D., 86
  • Cassidy, James, 192
  • Castañeda, C. E., 291
  • Castillo, Francisco de la Sierra, 89
  • Castle, A. B., 276
  • Castle Rock, Colo., 203
  • Castleman, R. M., 299
  • Castleton, E. L., 295
  • Caston, John P., 200
  • Castro, Agustín Moreno de, 89
  • Catechisms, 71, 262-263
  • Cathcart, Alexander, 83
  • Cathlamet, Ore., 39
  • Catholic Church, 17, 32, 38, 45, 73, 80, 82, 212, 287
  • Catholic "Ladder," 17, 38
  • Catt, Carrie Chapman, 135
  • Cattle;
    • see Stock
  • Cautlin [Cantlin?], James V., 254
  • Cavelier & Petit, 317
  • Caves, 221, 233
  • Cayuse War, 16, 23, 37, 39
  • Cedar City, Utah, 114, 231
  • Cemeteries, 153
  • Censuses, 65-66, 79, 84, 175
  • Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 25
  • Centerville, Texas, 296

  • 333
  • Central America, vii, 2, 5, 8, 134, 258, 274, 315
  • Central City, Colo., 186, 189, 210, 213, 217, 220-221, 223, 228, 234, 241
  • Central Colorado Improvement Co., 220
  • Central Consolidated Mining Co., 150
  • Central Idaho RR, 153
  • Central Pacific RR, 127, 134, 139, 147-148, 305
  • Central Park, Mont., 164
  • Centre City, Texas, 272
  • Centreville, Idaho, 151
  • Cetti, Zane, 298
  • Ceylon, 266-267
  • Chacón, Fernando, 92
  • Chacón Medina Salazar y Villaseñor, Joseph, Marqués de la Peñuela, 92
  • Chadbourne, Horace, 200
  • Chadwick, Stephen Fowler, 19, 33
  • Chaffee Co., Colo., 197
  • Chaffin, W. L., 303
  • Chalmers, Louis Henry, 74
  • Chamberlain, Dr. P., 138
  • Chamberlin, Frank, 195
  • Chamberlin, Humphrey B., 192
  • Chamberlin, Jacob B., 154
  • Chamberlin, Robert, 193
  • Chamberlin, Willie, 138
  • Chambers, A. J., 269
  • Chambers, Adam B., 306
  • Chambers, Alexander, 251
  • Chambers, B. J., 296
  • Chambers, Colo., 200
  • Champlain & St. Lawrence RR, 63
  • Champoeg meeting, 304
  • "Chance Discovery, A," 193
  • Chapel Hill, Texas, 299
  • Chaplin, Daniel, 16
  • Chapman, Lucinda (Bewley), 45
  • Chapman, Moses R., 195
  • Chapman, R. A., 294
  • Chapman, William S., 140
  • Chapuis, J. E., 193
  • Chardon, Ohio, 106
  • Charles II of Spain, 87
  • Charles Phelps, 259
  • Charleston, Utah, 106, 118-119
  • Charman, Thomas, 34
  • Charman Bros., 35
  • Charpiot, Fred, 195
  • Charts of religious chronology, 17, 38
  • Chartz, John, 75
  • Chase, John (of Colo.), 195
  • Chase, John (of Wyo.), 256
  • Chase, Leroy, 200
  • Chase, U.S. Marshal, 154
  • Chatham, J. J., 75
  • Chatterton, George W., 151
  • Chávez, José Antonio, 82
  • Cheesman, Walter, 223
  • Chehalis Co., Wash., 46, 57
  • Chehalis River, Wash., 55
  • Chenamis, 23
  • Cheney, Azro Eugene, 125
  • Cheney, Ervin F., 255
  • Cheney, L., 197
  • Cheney, Mary Ann, 98
  • Cheney, Zacheus, 98
  • Cheney, Wash., 58
  • Cherokee Co., Texas, 302
  • Cherokee Nation, Tenn., 245, 272
  • Cherokee Strip, 130, 167
  • Cherry, James, 195
  • Cherry Creek, Ariz., 75
  • Chester, John M., 309
  • Chestnut, J. A., 314
  • Chestnut, Thomas, 202
  • Chew, F. F., 295
  • Cheyenne, Wyo., 6, 152, 186, 189, 209, 215, 222, 242-247, 249-256, 290;
  • Cheyenne Massacre, 224
  • Cheyenne Vigilance Committee, 246, 251
  • Chicago, Ill., 9, 266, 289-290, 304-305, 307-308, 310, 312
  • Chicago Historical Society, 96
  • Chicago Theological Seminary, 20, 48
  • Chicagof (Tchitchtagov), Alaska, 175
  • Chichinov, Zakhar, 170
  • Chickasaw Nation, 274
  • Chickleset (Bulfinchs) Sound, 68
  • Chico Springs, N.M., 87, 91
  • Chignik Bay, Alaska, 182
  • Chihuahua, 82, 230
  • Child, H. W., 163
  • Child, Warren G., 115
  • Child prodigy, 296
  • Chile, 315
  • China, 68, 257, 262, 266, 303
  • China, 305
  • Chinese, 55-56, 151, 153, 159, 167, 253, 272
  • Chinese Dictionary Commission, 262
  • Chinese Students' Alliance of Hawaii, 257
  • Chinook dictionary, 21
  • "Chinook Winds," 151
  • Chipley, James N., 193
  • Chipman, H. L., 244
  • Chipman, James, 115
  • Chipman, Washburn, 115
  • Chipman, William H., 115
  • Chirikov, A. I., 177
  • Chirouze, P., 48
  • Chismore, George, 171
  • Chisum, Effie Lee, 296
  • Chisum, W. C., 296
  • Chivington, John M., 186, 193, 217
  • Cholera, 291, 309
  • Chollar-Norcross-Savage Shaft Co., 126, 144
  • Chollar-Potosi Co., 126
  • Chosen Friends, Order of, 123
  • Choteau Co., Mont., 163
  • Chouteau, Frederick, 306
  • Chouteau, Henry, 320
  • Chouteau, P. L., 306
  • Chouteau, Pierre, 319
  • Chouteau, Pierre, Jr., 306-308
  • Chowen, H. C., 163
  • Christ, George, 75
  • Christensen, Christian L., 117
  • Christensen, Niels, 116
  • Christenson, Julius H., 115
  • Christenson, Theodore H., 115
  • Christian, John Ward, 98
  • Christian, William, 295
  • Christiancy, I. P., 151
  • Christiansen, Parley Parker, 135
  • Christien, Charles G., 200
  • Christmas, 233
  • Christy, William, 74
  • Chronicles of the Builders;
    • see Bancroft, Hubert Howe
  • Chubbuck, Theo, 193
  • Chugwater, Wyo., 248, 255
  • Chukchis, 176, 181
  • Chukhotsk, Cape of, 176, 179
  • Church, Frank, 195
  • Church, George H., 193
  • Church, J. L., 197
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon), 5-6, 98, 100-101, 104-108, 110, 116-117, 120-121
  • Churches, Alaska, 172, 175
  • Churchill, Clark, 75
  • Churchill Co., Nev., 137, 142
  • Churchill Co. Oil & Gas Co., 141
  • Cimarron, Colo., 231
  • Cimarron, N.M., 80
  • Cimarron Cattle Co., 89
  • Circe, D., 126
  • Circe's Exchange Hotel, 126
  • Circle Valley, Utah, 100
  • Cisler, Albert, 165
  • Citoleux, Antoine, 313

  • 334
  • City of Rocks, 311
  • Civil War, 17, 21, 55-56, 77, 82, 84, 86, 99, 102, 104-105, 109, 149, 154, 158, 166, 169, 171, 186-187, 191, 193-194, 206-208, 214, 221-222, 226-227, 232, 237, 239-241, 249-251, 253, 269-273, 275-276, 278, 280, 287-288, 290-291, 300-301, 304, 307, 309, 311, 313-314, 320
  • Claim Club," 204
  • Clallam Co., Wash., 47
  • Clark, A., 298
  • Clark, A. L., 298
  • Clark, C. A., 194
  • Clark, Champ, 146
  • Clark, D. Worth, 153
  • Clark, E. R., 157
  • Clark, George, 297
  • Clark, George S., 115
  • Clark, Green J., 296
  • Clark, H[arvey?], 35
  • Clark, Henry M., 76
  • Clark, Hiram C., 148
  • Clark, Isaac L., 115
  • Clark, Laban, 38
  • Clark, Marston G., 306
  • Clark, Samuel A., 16
  • Clark, W. M., 194
  • Clark, William, 304, 306, 313, 321-322
  • Clark, William A., 199
  • Clark (W. R.) & Co., 85
  • Clark Co., Nev., 137
  • Clarke, Clarence J., 195
  • Clarke, Harriet T., 19
  • Clarke, Henry Harmon, 165
  • Clarke, John, J., 68
  • Clarke, S. A., 26
  • Clarke, U. S., 195
  • Clarke, William J., 254
  • Clarke Co., Wash., 58
  • Clarksville, Ore., 18
  • Clarksville, Texas, 301
  • Clawson, Garrett, 197
  • Claxton, P. P., 183
  • Clay, Adam, 295
  • Clay, Charles E., 254
  • Clay, Co., Texas, 272, 287
  • Clayton, B. F., 296
  • Clayton, George R., 294
  • Clayton, Joshua Elliot, 114, 306
  • Clayton, N.J., 294
  • Clayton, Nephi W., 98
  • Clayton, Thomas S., 195
  • Clayton, William, 98
  • Clayton, & Jonasson, 99
  • Clear Creek, Colo., 194
  • Clear Creek Co., Colo., 198
  • Clearwater River, 152
  • Cleburne, Texas, 271, 296, 300
  • Clemens, Orion, 126
  • Clemens, Samuel ("Mark Twain"), 145, 148-149
  • Cleora, Colo., 233, 239
  • Cleory, George, 195
  • Cleveland, Abner Coburn, 126
  • Cleveland, Lydia (Crosby), 245
  • Cleveland, Reuben C., 245
  • Cleveland, William D., 295
  • Clift, F. D., 115
  • Clifton, Rowena, 319
  • Clindinning, J., 154
  • Cline's Ranch, Colo., 231
  • Clinton, DeWitt, 22
  • Clise, H. R., 194
  • Cloud, W. F., 85
  • Clough, John P., 153
  • Cluff, Benjamin, Jr., 109
  • Cluff, Mrs. Eldon Reed, 109
  • Cluff, Harvey Harris, 99
  • Cluff, William Wallace, 99
  • Coahuila y Texas, State of, 281, 285-286
  • Coal, 30, 49, 53, 55, 58, 61-62, 70, 129, 188, 209, 220, 231, 234, 242, 247, 249
  • Coal Creek, Colo., 199
  • Coalville, Utah, 99, 109, 115
  • Cobb, James T., 99, 110
  • Coburn, Paul, 310
  • Cochise Co., Ariz., 74
  • Cochokmac Gulf, 172
  • Cochran, John H., 293
  • Cochran, O. L., 295
  • Cochran, William H., 194
  • Cochrane, Charles Herschell, 245
  • Cockburn, Frank Q., 75
  • Cock-fighting, 305
  • Cockrell, James, 323
  • Cockrell, Jeremiah Vardaman, 323
  • Coconino Co., Ariz., 75
  • Codallos y Rabal, Don Joaquín, 92
  • Cody, William Frederick ("Buffalo Bill"), 226, 246
  • Coeur d'Alene Mission, 32, 157
  • Coffee, Charles F., 254
  • Coffey, George Thomas, 63
  • Coffin, A. H., 294
  • Coffin, M. H., 194
  • Coffin, O. C., 194
  • Coffin, Reuben F., 194
  • Coffman, B. S., 74
  • Coffman, E. J., 197
  • Coffree, Andrew Jackson, 35
  • Coghanour, David, 152
  • Cohen, Benjamin I., 19
  • Cohen, Gus, 198
  • Cohn, Henry, 114
  • Cohn, Louis, 198
  • Coinage, 133
  • Coit, Daniel P., 283
  • Coke, Henry C., 293
  • Coke, 240
  • Colburn, Edward Fenlon, 199
  • Colburn, John, 164
  • Cold Springs, Mont., 164
  • Cole, C. K., 165
  • Cole, J. R., 294
  • Cole, Lyman, 200
  • Cole, T. U., 293
  • Cole, William, 258-259
  • Coleman, Robert M., 286
  • Coleman, William, 194
  • Coleman City, Texas, 292
  • Coleman Co., Texas, 292
  • Colfax, Calif., 131
  • Colfax Co., N.M., 88, 91
  • College of Physicians & Surgeons, Western District, N. Y., 44
  • Collier, Cyrus Taylor, 164
  • Collier, Thomas B., 195
  • Collin Co., Texas, 275, 292
  • Collins, A. H., 293
  • Collins, Charles, 320
  • Collins, James, 131
  • Collins, James L., 85
  • Collins, John, 48
  • Collins, John W., 195
  • Collins, L. B., 269
  • Collins, Russell J., 198
  • Collins Overland Telegraph Co., 171
  • Collinsworth, George Morse, 281
  • Collister, Idaho, 156
  • Collister Mercantile Co., 156
  • Coloma, Calif., 55
  • Colombe, Père, 265
  • Colombo, Ceylon, 267
  • Colorado, 5-6, 9, 52, 78, 81-83, 86-89, 93-94, 104-105, 112, 143, 158, 160-161, 163, 166, 185-243, 248-250, 252-253, 277, 289, 303, 305-306, 312;
  • Colorado (pamphlet), 195
  • Colorado Central RR, 103, 192, 205
  • Colorado City, Colo., 198, 204, 214, 225
  • Colorado Coal & Iron Co., 220

  • 335
  • Colorado College, 226
  • Colorado Co., Texas, 292
  • Colorado Iron Works, 211
  • Colorado Mining Dist., N.M., 90
  • Colorado River, 50, 77, 81, 83, 89-90, 132, 166
  • Colorado River of Texas, 268, 274-275, 290
  • Colorado Springs, Colo., 6, 76, 185-186, 190, 198, 204-207, 213-215, 218, 220, 226, 230-233, 256, 319;
  • Colorado State Medical Society, 205
  • Colton, Calif., 77
  • Columbia, Calif., 123, 276
  • Columbia, Texas, 205
  • Columbia Co., Wash., 58
  • Columbia Mine, 239
  • Columbia Rediviva, 68
  • Columbia River, 15, 22, 39, 44, 47, 52-53, 56, 61, 67, 73, 262
  • Columbia University Library, 310
  • Columbus, Neb., 242
  • Columbus, Texas, 274
  • Colville Co., Wash., 311
  • Colvin, L. O., 115
  • Comanche Co., Texas, 272
  • Combination shaft, 144
  • Como, Colo., 201
  • Compagnie de Commerce pour la découverte des nations du haut du Missouri, 313
  • Compton, Caroline, 118
  • Compton, Pyms Nevins, 63
  • Comstock, Apollos, 198
  • Comstock, Henry, 131
  • Comstock Lode, 124, 129, 131-132, 134, 142, 144-146
  • Comstock Mill, Inventory of, 126
  • Comstock Pumping Assn., 149
  • Concha, Fernando de la, 92
  • Condon, Seymour W., 43
  • Cone, G. A., 33
  • Conejos, Colo., 198
  • Conejos Co., Colo., 198, 221
  • Confederate: Army, 99, 169, 213, 226, 235, 239, 269-273, 275-287, 289-291, 300-302;
    • Congress, 269
  • Congregational Home Missionary Society, 20, 48
  • Conklin, J. C., 115
  • Conklin, James, 85
  • Conklin, Roscoe, 245
  • Connecticut, 55, 139, 258, 268
  • Connell, Robert, 75
  • Connelly, Henry, 85
  • Conner, H. N., 298
  • Conner, J. S., 48
  • Conner, Louisa A., 48
  • Conners, O. C., 298
  • Connolly's River, 65
  • Connor, Patrick Edward, 242
  • Conrad, C. E., 163
  • Conrad, Harriet (Bibby), 118
  • Consecration deeds, Mormon, 106
  • Consolidated Agassiz Mine, Colo., 235
  • Consolidated Bank of Tucson, 129
  • Consolidated Esmeralda Mines Co., 150
  • Constantine, 175
  • Constitutional conventions, 21, 126, 128, 133, 172, 187, 230, 240, 270, 277, 289, 300-301
  • Consular service, 258, 261-262
  • Continental Oil Co., 189
  • Contracting, 41, 100, 109, 128, 133-134, 188-189, 192, 213, 215, 218, 224, 238, 246, 314
  • Converse, A. R., 254
  • Converse Cattle Co., 250
  • Converse Co., Wyo., 250
  • Conway, Edward, 171
  • Cook, Abner H., 300
  • Cook, George W., 200
  • Cook, J. M., 294
  • Cook, Riley, 164
  • Cook, T. C., 292
  • Cooke, Charles P., 48
  • Cooke, Jay, 206
  • Cooke, Philip St. George, 322
  • Cooke, Sarah A., 99
  • Cooke, William, 99
  • Cooke Co., Texas, 292
  • Cooley, William, 118
  • Coolidge, A., 33
  • Coombs, E. L., 295
  • Cooper, E. H., 297
  • Cooper, James, 63
  • Cooper, Job A., 195
  • Cooper, Oscar Henry, 299
  • Co-operatives, 99
  • Cooper's Creek, Colo., 236-237
  • Coos Bay, 20, 30
  • Cope, E. D., 148, 245
  • Cope, J. G., 197
  • Copeland, John M., 203
  • Copley, John M., 293
  • Copper, 243
  • Corbaley, R. C., 91, 166
  • Corbett, Elijah, 33
  • Corbett, Henry Winslow, 20, 26, 36
  • Corbett (H. W.) & Co., 20
  • Corbett, Failing & Co., 20
  • Corbin, H. H., 203
  • Cordova, Felipe, 85
  • Cordova, Miguel A., 85
  • Corey, George L., 116
  • Corey, George W., 254
  • Corinne, Utah, 113
  • Corinth, Battle of, 149
  • Corlett, W. W., 6, 245-246
  • Corley, John R., 297
  • Cornelius, T. R., 33
  • Cornforth, Birks, 195
  • Cornforth, Joseph T., 195
  • Cornwall, Adamson, 74
  • Coronado Expedition, 76
  • Corpus Christi, Texas, 280, 297
  • Correo, 283-284
  • Corsicana, Texas, 274, 278, 297
  • Corson, Ada (Carter), 246
  • Corson, Edward F., 246
  • Corson, Fanny, 246
  • Corson, H. G., 201
  • Corson, Joseph Kirby, 246
  • Cortés, Juan, 279
  • Cortez, Nev., 148
  • Corwin, A. B., 159
  • Corwin, B. F., 163
  • Cory, David A., 165
  • Cory, J. B., 195
  • Cos, Martín Perfecto de, 282, 284-285
  • Cosgrove, Andrew, 165
  • Cosmopolis, Wash., 46, 57
  • Cost, Lucius, 203
  • Costigan, George P., 202
  • Costilla, Colo., 222
  • Costilla Co., Colo., 198
  • Coston, P. J., 197
  • Cotton, 15, 97, 268, 276, 279-280, 289, 291, 305
  • Cotton Co., Texas, 292
  • Cotton Mission, 97
  • Council Bluffs, Iowa, 161
  • Council Bluffs, Neb., 314
  • Council Grove, Kansas, 105
  • Council of the Indies, Spain, 96
  • Courtney ("Courterey"), Henry Classon, 64
  • Couse, E. Irving, 88
  • Cove, Ore., 32
  • Cove Hollow, Colo., 205
  • Covington, Phillip, 200
  • Cow Bayou, Texas, 302
  • Cowen, Andrew, 164
  • Cowitchan dictionary, 21
  • Cowles, Ethan H., 160
  • Cowlitz Co., Wash., 58
  • Cowlitz River Valley, 55, 65
  • Cowlitz Station, Wash., 21

  • 336
  • Cox, Franklin Ivy, 75
  • Cox, Thomas, 20
  • Coxe, S. Hanson, 53
  • Coy, John G., 200
  • Coyote Diggins, Calif., 100
  • Cradlebaugh, John, 126
  • Cradlebaugh, William M., 126, 144,
  • Cragin, F. W., 319
  • Craig, D. W., 16
  • Craig, William B., 195
  • Crain, W. H., 292
  • Craiqua, P. A., 75
  • Cramer, Frederick, 195
  • Crampton, Gregory F., 9
  • Crandal, Martin P., 115
  • Crane, M. M., 296
  • Cranstone, Susan (Marsh), 20
  • Crater, George E., 203
  • Craven, R. M., 164
  • Crawford, George Addison, 204
  • Crawford, J. D., 268
  • Crawford, Medorem, 4, 20
  • Crawford, Peter W., 21
  • Crawford, T. B., 204
  • Crawford, Thomas H., 21
  • Crawford, Thomas Hartley, 307
  • Crawford, Texas, 297
  • "Crazy Swede," 120
  • Credit Mobilier, 303
  • Creel, George, 188
  • Creighton, Edward, 242, 307
  • Creighton, John A., 307
  • Creighton College, 307
  • Cremer, John, 257
  • Cremony, John Carey, 86
  • Creogh, S. M., 264
  • Crested Butte, Colo., 199
  • Cridge, E., 64
  • Crime, 108, 136, 156, 190, 192, 194, 204, 216, 231, 237, 252, 278, 308
  • Crimean War, 70, 279
  • Crittenden, R. B., 171
  • Crocker, Ben, 128
  • Crocker, F. B., 201
  • Crocker, F. W., 195
  • Crockwell, P. M., 293
  • Croft, William, 297
  • Croke, Thomas B., 195
  • Cronyn & Clayton, 99
  • Crook, George, 249-250
  • Crook, William Warren, 254
  • Crooks, J. W., 102
  • Crops (?), Beroste, 75
  • Crosby, David, 126
  • Crosby, Jesse W., Jr., 114
  • Crosby, John J., 126
  • Crosby, Maggie, 245
  • Crosby & Co., 126
  • Cross, Whitney, 306
  • Cross Plains, Texas, 273
  • Crotser, W. H., 204
  • Crout, William, 254
  • Crowell, B. F., 204
  • Crown Point Mine, 129, 146
  • Cruzate;
    • see Jironza Petriz de Cruzate
  • Crystal Lake, Ill., 307
  • Cuadra, Juan Francisco de la Bodega y, 57
  • Cubero;
    • see Rodriguez Cubero
  • Cuero, Texas, 293
  • Culberson, D. B., 296
  • Cull, John, 164
  • Cullen, William, 48
  • Culmer, George F., 115
  • Culver, Robert, 197
  • Culver, William E., 204
  • Cumberland House, 61
  • Cumming, Alfred (1802-1873), 99, 322
  • Cumming, Alfred (1829- ), 99
  • Cumming, Elizabeth Wells (Randall), 99
  • Cummings, Alexander, 189
  • Cummings, Amos J., 148
  • Cuniffe, Henry J., 82, 91
  • Cunningham, A. G., 34
  • Cunningham, Benjamin, 319
  • Cunningham, David, 313
  • Cunningham, Ed H., 292
  • Cunnington, John, 115
  • Currie, J. S., 306
  • Curry, A. V. Z., 141
  • Curry, George Law, 21
  • Curry, Thomas, 34
  • Curry Co., Ore., 42
  • Curtis, Allen, 135
  • Curtis, B. R., 53
  • Curtis, Edward Jay, 151-152
  • Curtis, Melville, 135
  • Cushing, Caleb, 53
  • Cushing, J. N., 53
  • Cushman, Maria Jones (Tallmage), 304
  • Custer, George Armstrong, 249
  • Custer Co., Colo., 198
  • Custer Co., Mont., 167
  • Cutler, B. C., 85
  • Cutler, Loren W., 204
  • Cutler, Thomas R., 115
  • Cutler, W. F., 294
  • Cutler, W. K., 149
  • Cutter, Horace L., 57
  • Cutting, Fulton, 307
  • Cutting Packing Co., 171
  • Dabbs, J. A., 291
  • Dabbs, J. J., 295
  • Dabbs, J. L., 295
  • Dabbs, W. A., 295
  • Dabney, Benjamin, 293
  • Dabney, Charles, 197
  • Daggett, Rollin Mallory, 127
  • Daggs, J. F., 75
  • Dahler, Charles L., 161-162
  • Dahlman, Augusta Eleanor (Hansen), 118
  • Dailey, J. L., 204
  • Dailey, W. E., 296
  • Daily, John L., 187
  • Dairy, Ore., 40
  • Dairying, 213, 235-236
  • Dakota, 192, 250-252, 277
  • Dale, Frank W., 86
  • Daley, William, 254
  • Dall, William Healy, 169
  • Dallas, Archer & Pacific RR, 268
  • Dallas, Texas, 267-269, 271, 274-275, 278, 288-289, 293
  • Dallas Co., Texas, 268-269, 292-293
  • Dallas Female College, 275
  • The Dalles, Ore., 24, 41, 52-53, 121
  • Dalpaiz, Celeste, 120
  • Dalton, Charles W., 100
  • Dalton, Lucinda (Lee), 100
  • Daly, Pat, 199
  • Damon, Samuel Chenery, 257
  • Dana, E. W., 245
  • Dana, L. C., 198
  • Danes, 138
  • Daniel, J. W., 295
  • Daniels, James E., 115
  • Daniels, William B., 205
  • Danish Mss, 100, 106
  • Danites, 112
  • Danville Co., Texas, 274
  • Darden, Stephen Heard, 269
  • Dardwell, Mrs. John, 34
  • Darley, George M., 201
  • Darling, David, 264
  • Darragh, John, 292
  • Darrow, George G., 205
  • Dart, Anson, 43
  • Dashiel, W. B., 296
  • Daugherty, J. S., 293
  • Daughters of American Revolution, 245
  • Davenport, Iowa, 149
  • Davidov (Davydov), Gavrila I., 178, 180-181
  • Davidson, George, 28, 57
  • Davidson, Gordon Charles, 64
  • Davidson, J. H., 36
  • Davidson, T. L., 21
  • Davidson, W. R., 297
  • Davidson, William A., 205
  • Davieson, David, 195
  • Davis, Betsy (Smith), 320-321
  • Davis, Carlyle C., 205

  • 337
  • Davis, Charles, 268
  • Davis, Charles A., 115
  • Davis, Charles Oliver B., 257
  • Davis, E. E., 293
  • Davis, Edward, 321
  • Davis, Henry Clay, 127
  • Davis, Henry W., 246
  • Davis, James E., 118
  • Davis, John C., 254
  • Davis, Joseph, 201
  • Davis, Joshua C., 205
  • Davis, Lee W., 127
  • Davis, Lemuel Clarke, 63
  • Davis, Nathan, 117
  • Davis, Sylvanus, 195
  • Davis, Washington, 307, 310, 314
  • Davis, William Arthur, 161
  • Davis, William H., 195
  • Davis, William Rude, 321
  • Davis, William Watts Hart, 82, 85-86
  • Davis & Byler, 127
  • Davis, Co., Utah, 114
  • Davydov;
    • see Davidov
  • Dawes, Benjamin F., 164
  • Dawson, H. H., 293
  • Dawson, James A., 195
  • Dawson, John B., 86
  • Dawson, B.C., 61, 63, 175
  • Dawson Creek, Canada, 61
  • Day, David F., 201
  • Day, Giles H., 270
  • Day, Henry A., 201
  • Day, Mary H. (Wilcox), 118
  • Day, Thomas D., 53
  • Day, Warren E., 80
  • Daybell, William, 118
  • Dayton, Nev., 138
  • Dayton, Wash., 58
  • Dayton & Virginia Stage Line, 138
  • Dayton Mining Co., 139
  • Dead Men's Gulch, Colo., 205, 240
  • Deadwood, S.D., 250
  • Deady, Matthew Paul, 2, 4, 21, 25, 29
  • Deaf & Dumb Institute, Texas, 275
  • Deane, J. W., 201
  • Deans, James, 64
  • Dease Lake, 182
  • Dease River, 182
  • Death Valley Party, 22
  • DeBord, A. M., 198
  • DeBusk, W. A., 201
  • Decatur, 51
  • Decatur Co., Kansas, 224
  • Decker, Charles F., 103
  • De Cosmos, Amor, 64
  • De Coursey, Marcelin Lafourcade, 206
  • Dee, Thomas D., 116
  • Deep Creek Mts., Utah, 102
  • Deer Lodge, Mont., 162, 164, 167
  • Deer Lodge Co., Mont., 163, 167
  • Deer Trail, Colo., 185, 195
  • Defebaugh, Charles, 199
  • Degan, Ross, 165
  • De Lamar, Idaho, 152, 155, 157
  • De Lamar Commercial Co., 152
  • De La Matyr, Gilbert, 195
  • Delano, Alonzo, 319
  • Delarof, Alaska, 175
  • Delashmutt, Van B., 21
  • De La Vergne, George, 206
  • Dell, George T., 197
  • Dellenbaugh, Frederick S., 318, 323
  • Del Norte, Colo., 187-188, 194, 201, 207-208, 225, 231-232;
    • San Juan Prospector, 194
  • DeLong, S. R., 80
  • Delta, Colo., 204, 216-217, 222, 224, 227
  • Delta, Utah, 118-119
  • Delta Co., Colo., 204, 217, 227
  • DeMainville, F., 200
  • Demers, Modeste, 73
  • Deming, N. M., 91
  • Democratic Party, Alaska, 183
  • Denio, Aaron, 122
  • Denio, Ore., 122
  • Denison, Texas, 287, 294
  • Denmark, 99-100, 106, 110
  • Dennis, E. L., 295
  • Dennison, E. H., 81
  • Denny, Arthur Armstrong, 3, 48, 59
  • Denny Carlos, 197
  • Denson, W. B., 294
  • Denton, Texas, 293
  • Denton Co., Texas, 275, 293
  • Denver, Colo., 6, 160, 186-195, 203-208, 210-214, 216-217, 219-226, 228, 230-231, 233-236, 238-243, 248, 250-252, 266, 276, 314;
    • Rocky Mountain Gold Reporter & Mountain City Herald, 195;
    • Rocky Mountain News, 6, 187, 191, 204, 211, 220
  • Denver, Colorado Canyon, & Pacific RR, 193
  • Denver & Rio Grande RR, 190, 220, 233, 235
  • Denver Board of Trade, 242
  • Denver Board of Underwriters, 216
  • Denver Chamber of Commerce, 242
  • Denver Medical Assn., 205
  • Denver Medical College, 217
  • Denver National Bank, 239
  • Denver Pacific RR, 192
  • Denver University, 208
  • Depósito Hidrográfico, Madrid, 57
  • De Quille, Dan;
    • see Wright, William H.
  • De Remer, Jared R., 203
  • Derge, A. R., 202
  • Deschutes Railway, 36
  • Deseret, State of, 128
  • Deseret Alphabet, 108
  • Deseret Museum, 96
  • Deseret Telegraph Co., 99, 116
  • Deseret University of Utah, 100
  • Deserters, 23
  • DeShields, James T., 270
  • Detroit, Mich., 266
  • Develine, James W., 197
  • Devil's Gate Mining Dist., Nev., 125
  • Devine, John S., 33
  • DeVoto, Bernard, 313
  • Dewey, W. C., 156
  • Dewey, W. P., 198
  • Dewey, William H., 156
  • Dewey, Idaho, 156-157
  • Dewitt Co., Texas, 293
  • Diamond Springs, Calif., 279
  • Diamonds, 151, 155, 191
  • Diaries, 5, 7, 9, 18, 20, 22-23, 25, 28-29, 38, 44-45, 47, 52, 59-62, 65-72, 74, 77, 80-82, 86, 88-90, 92-93, 97, 100, 102-107, 111-112, 121-123, 143-144, 149, 161, 170-171, 173-175, 177, 180-182, 184, 203, 216, 244-245, 257-258, 262, 266, 276, 286, 304-306, 310, 312-313, 315-316, 318-319, 321
  • Dickens, W. H., 197
  • Dickinson, Mrs., 208
  • Dickinson, H. L., 83
  • Dickinson, S. C., 75
  • Dickson, L. H., 197
  • Dictionnaire de Jargon Tchinouk, 21
  • Diefbaugh, Charles, 199
  • Diehl, H. C., 76
  • Diehl, R. C., 206
  • Dietrich, Jacob, 199
  • Digby, Margaret, 316
  • Dill, Clarence Cleveland, 49
  • Dilley, F. L., 270
  • Dilliard, Franklin Clifford, 294
  • Dillon, Albert G., 76

  • 338
  • Dillon, Sidney, 313
  • Dillon, Mont., 161, 163, 168
  • Dinkel, George J., 87
  • Dinsmore Brothers, 127
  • Dinwiddie, David, 22
  • Dinwiddie, John, 22
  • "Discoverer of Pike's Peak," 226
  • Disease, 18, 171, 181, 186, 215, 217-219, 291, 301, 309
  • Distillers, 113, 133, 206
  • Dittenhofer, Samuel A. ("Navajo Sam"), 82
  • Divorce, 117
  • Dix, Edwin, 116
  • Dixon, Christopher F., 115
  • Dixon, William Wirt, 166
  • Doane, Jonathan, 131
  • Dobbins, James S., 206
  • Dobrynin, Michael, 178
  • "Documentos para la Historia de Nuevo México," 87
  • Dodd, C. H., 33
  • Dodd, J. C., 293
  • Doddridge, W. B., 113
  • Dodge, Frederick Leighton, 80
  • Dodge, Henry L., 84
  • Dodge, Mary (Kinney), 257
  • Dodge, Philip H., 257
  • Dodge City, Kansas, 289
  • Doepke, F. A., 203
  • Doherty, William F., 198
  • Dohoney, Eben La Fayette, 270
  • Dole, Charles Sidney, 307, 310
  • Dole, Sanford B., 259-260
  • Dolloff, John W., 206
  • Dolores Co., Colo., 203
  • Dolores y Viana, Mariano Francisco de las, 288
  • Dolph, Cyrus A., 22
  • Dolph, Joseph Norton, 22
  • Domenech, L'Abbé, 317
  • Dominguez y Mendoza, Juan, 87
  • Dominis, John O., 257
  • Donald, William, 197
  • Donaldson, J. L., 85
  • Donaldson, Thomas Blaine, 152
  • Donaldson, Thomas Corwin, 152
  • Donegan, John, 161
  • Donegan, Thomas, 161
  • Doney, E. G. V., 295
  • Doniphan, A. W., 210
  • Donley Co., Texas, 276
  • Donnellan, John T., 202
  • Donner Party, 54
  • Donovan, John, 54
  • Doolittle, William Hall, 59
  • Dooly, Richard M., 114
  • Dor, John M., 285
  • Dorius, Annie Marie, 118
  • Dorius, Charles R., 118
  • Dorr Rebellion, 112
  • Dorrington, John W., 74
  • Dorset, John S., 299
  • Dorsey, J. C., 131
  • Dorsey, Stephen W., 87
  • Dotson, Peter K., 206
  • Doty, Frances Helen (Jones), 320
  • Doty, Jesse, 320
  • Dougall, W. B., 116
  • Dougan, D. H., 195
  • Dougherty, Joseph W., 75
  • Douglas, David, 22
  • Douglas, Sir James, 31, 54, 56, 64-67, 70, 169
  • Douglas, Kelsey H., 282
  • Douglas, William, 114
  • Douglas-Willan, John H., 256
  • Douglas Co., Colo., 186, 203
  • Douglas Co., Nev., 137
  • Douglass, E. G., 270
  • Dow, F. E., 198
  • Dow, Lorenzo, 140
  • Dowell, Benjamin Franklin, 4, 22
  • Downey, Stephen Wheeler, 255
  • Downing, Jacob, 195
  • Downing, James M., 201
  • Downs, F. F., 292
  • Doyle, Joseph B., 83
  • Dozier, Henry, 206
  • Drain, Ore., 4
  • Drake, B. F., 33
  • Drake, Francis, 143
  • Drake, James H., 90
  • Draper, G. B., 29
  • Draughn, James H., 293
  • Drennan, J. H., 297
  • Dresden, Germany, 317
  • Drexel, Anthony Joseph, 307
  • Drips, Andrew, 307-308
  • Drips, William, 307
  • Drome, 259
  • Drouillard, George, 313
  • Drown, G. W., 163
  • Druggists, 132, 142, 204, 209, 221, 236, 247
  • Druid Press, 273
  • Drum, Richard Coulter Drum, 243
  • Drury, Wells, 131, 148
  • Dry Creek, Calif., 319
  • Dry Creek, Utah, 113
  • Dryden, William G., 33
  • Dublin, Indiana, 309
  • DuBois, J. J. B., 200
  • Du Bois, John Van Deusen, 95
  • Ducker, A. C., 293
  • Dudley, D. C., 198
  • Dudley Mining Co., 150
  • Duels, 105, 149, 155, 272
  • Duggan, Ed, 292
  • Duggan, Martin, 207
  • Duke, Rachel (Horrocks), 118
  • Duke University Library, 99
  • Dukes, G. L., 164
  • Dukh Zhurnalov, 176
  • Dun Glen, Nev., 124
  • Dunagan, J. J., 195
  • Dunbar, F. J., 164
  • Duncan, George Clayton, 36
  • Duncan, John M., 135
  • Duncan, L. J. C., 22
  • Duncan, Simeon W. S., 293
  • Duncan, William, 283
  • Duncan, William H., 135
  • Duncombe, Charles, 300
  • Dunham, E. L., 202
  • Dunkes, Monroe, 164
  • Dunkle, Henry Francis, 199
  • Dunlap, Katherine, 161
  • Dunn, E. C., 74
  • Dunn, George W., 159
  • Duntan, W. Herbert, 88
  • Dupuis, E. S., 165
  • Durango, Colo., 200, 207, 211-212, 222, 226, 239
  • Durbin, Solomon, 23
  • Durham, B. L., 296
  • Durkee, Charles E., 198
  • Durkee, J. E., 74
  • Durkee, W. W., 195
  • Dusenberry, Wilson H., 115
  • Dutton, C. E., 267
  • D'Wamish River, Wash., 53
  • Dworshak, Henry C., 153
  • Dwyer, Edward, 292
  • Dwyer, James, 5
  • Dwyer, Joseph Workman, 91
  • Dwyer, Robert, 207
  • Dye, Job F., 151
  • Dyea, Alaska, 175
  • Dyer, Isadore, 294
  • Dyer, John C., 254
  • E. T. City, Utah, 113
  • Eads, Benjamin F., 295
  • Eagar, R., 85
  • Eagle, 258-259
  • Eagle Co., Colo., 198, 237
  • Eagle Pass, Texas, 276, 297
  • Eagle Salt Works, 139
  • Eagle Valley, Nev., 141
  • E[a]kin, Richard, 23
  • Eaman, T. J., 75
  • Earhart, Rockey Preston, 23, 33
  • Earhart, W. R., 207
  • Earle, Thomas, 62
  • Early, Jubal Anderson, 226
  • "Early Commerce in the North Pacific," 171
  • "Early Records of Utah," 98
  • Earnshaw, John W., 258

  • 339
  • Earp, Virgil W., 77
  • Earp, Wyatt Berry Stapp, 77
  • East Line Narrow Gauge Red River RR, 291
  • Easter Island, 262-263, 315, 317
  • Easterday, H., 85
  • Eastern Exploration Co., 140
  • Eastford, Conn., 139
  • Eastman, Amos, 165
  • Eastman, Ann, 151
  • Eastman, Galen, 81
  • Eastwick, Phillip G., 49
  • Eaton, B. A. P., 199
  • Eaton, B. H., 217
  • Eaton, E. W., 85
  • Eaton, Frank, 130
  • Eaton, George Oscar, 80
  • Eaton, Hartley C., 199, 207
  • Ebbert, George Wood, 18, 23
  • Eberhardt & Aurora Mining Co., 143
  • Eberle, George J., 66
  • Eberley, F. C., 195
  • Eberstadt, Edward, 95, 323
  • Eca y Músquiz, Rafael, 286
  • Eccles, David, 116
  • Eckfeldt, J. M., 127
  • Eckhart, George B., 78
  • Eckley, J. W., 139
  • Eckstein, Henry C., 266
  • Economic Surveys, 77
  • Ecuador, 315
  • Edbrooke, F. E., 195
  • Eddenburn, W. D., 311
  • Eddy, Birdie L., 139
  • Eddy, H. H., 195
  • Eden, Utah, 115
  • Edgerton, Sidney, 167
  • Edinburgh, Scotland, 317
  • Editors;
    • see Journalists
  • Edmonton House, 70
  • Education & Educators, 16, 19, 21-22, 24, 27, 37, 42, 45, 56, 61, 84, 92-93, 98, 102, 107, 109, 112, 135, 137-139, 142, 155-156, 191-192, 205, 208, 211, 215-218, 224, 227-228, 233, 236, 238, 240, 242, 246, 250, 253, 257, 261-266, 268-271, 273, 275, 277-278, 287, 289, 291, 302, 307-308
  • Edwards, B. F., 320
  • Edwards, George, 300
  • Edwards, J. M., 298
  • Edwards, John, 308
  • Edwards, Lewis A., 83
  • Edwards, M. N., 198
  • Edwards, Philip Leget, 23
  • Edwards, T. D., 131
  • Edwards, W. S., 167
  • Edwards, William, 120
  • Effinger, W. H., 23
  • Egan Canyon, Nev., 128
  • Eggert, Charles, 77
  • Eglis, Hiacinthe, 312
  • Ehrich, Louis R., 199
  • Eichelberger, Bessie, 146
  • Eilers, Anton, 201
  • Eisner, Milton D., 141, 260-261, 317
  • Ekin [Eakin], Richard, 23
  • El Dorado, Kansas, 300;
  • El Dorado Co., Calif., 78, 94, 124
  • El Dorado Wood & Flume Co., 150
  • El Paso, Texas, 267
  • El Paso Co., Colo., 198, 204, 214-215;
    • Pioneers Historical Museum, 319
  • "El Paso Co., as it has been and as it is.," 207
  • El Paso Co., Texas, 290
  • El Sapori Grant, 81
  • Elbert, Samuel H., 187, 207
  • Elbert, Colo., 199
  • Elbert Co., Colo., 199
  • Elder, Clarence P., 195
  • Eldred, Holden R., 197
  • Eldredge, Alma, 115
  • Eldredge, H. S., 116
  • Eldrid, Thomas, D., 165
  • Eldridge, Edward, 49
  • Eldridge, F. E., 33
  • Eldridge, J. B., 157
  • Elich, John, 207
  • Eliot, George, 302
  • Elisa, Francisco, 57
  • Elistratov, —, 181
  • Eliza, 182, 184
  • Elizabeth, Colo., 199
  • Elizondo, Ignacio, 278
  • Elk City, Idaho, 152, 155
  • Elk Mountain Mission, 102, 107
  • Elkhart, Illinois, 314
  • Elkins, John T., 195
  • Elko, Nev., 46, 144
  • Elko Co., Nev., 124, 129, 137, 142-143, 167
  • Ella, Samuel, 265
  • Ellet, George C., 120
  • Ellicott, Eugene, 3, 49
  • Elliott, A. C., 66
  • Elliott, Ezra T., 208
  • Elliott, George H., 195
  • Elliott Cutoff, 28
  • Ellis, Charles W., 201
  • Ellis, D. D., 306
  • Ellis, George, 295
  • Ellis, J. F., 16, 298
  • Ellis, L. A., 299
  • Ellis, P. B., 127
  • Ellis, Samuel, 198
  • Ellis, W. H., 164
  • Ellis, William, 199
  • Ellis, William O., 295
  • Ellis, Co., Texas, 293
  • Ellison, Samuel, 67, 87
  • Ellison, Susie (Tullidge), 117
  • Ellsworth, Lewis C., 195
  • Elzel, Gabriel, 208
  • Emerson, Charles, 200, 202
  • Emerson, Horace W., 200
  • Emigh, C. C., 197
  • Emigrant Guides, 23
  • Emigrant Register, 311
  • Emigration & overland travel: (1823) 272;
  • Emlen, Mary D., 87
  • Emlen, Samuel, 87
  • Emma Silver Mining Co., 103, 133
  • Emmel, Peter, 164
  • Emmert, Alfred, 296
  • Emmons, George Foster, 23, 171
  • Emperor of Germany, 56
  • Empire, Kansas, 204
  • Empire City, Nev., 135
  • Empire Mill & Mining Co., 139
  • "Enchanted Rock," 277
  • Encyclopedia of the New West, 274, 290, 294, 300
  • Encyclopedia of the Pacific States;
    • see Bancroft, Hubert Howe
  • Enders, U. S., 158
  • Engineers, 168, 203, 205, 212-213, 217, 236, 306
  • England, William A., 33
  • England, 102-103, 108, 110, 112, 120, 133, 143, 86, 266-267, 270, 305, 309, 316-317
  • English, William James, 165
  • English converts, Mormon, 96, 98, 102, 111-112, 117, 120, 133
  • Ennis, Mont., 165
  • Ennis, Texas, 293
  • Eola, Ore., 41
  • Ephraim, Colo., 112
  • Ephraim, Utah, 119
  • Epidemics;
    • see Disease
  • Episcopal Church, Colo., 227
  • Erb, Gabriel S., 114
  • Ericksen, Jonas H., 115
  • Erie, Pa., 36
  • Ermatinger, Edward 66
  • Ermatinger, Francis, 30, 49
  • Ernest, T. P., 208
  • Ervine, G. W., 296
  • Eschman, C., 75
  • Eskimos, 176
  • Eskridge, L. D., 198
  • Esmeralda Co., Nev., 128, 138
  • Esperanza Vanadium Property, 79
  • Essex Institute, Salem, Mass., 259
  • Estes Park, Colo., 200, 214
  • Estus, B. T., 293
  • Etherington, C., 164
  • Ethnology, 7, 56, 63-65, 78-79, 90, 176, 182-183, 252, 257, 262-266, 315;
    • see Linguistics
  • Etholine, Captain, 179
  • Eugene, Ore., 26, 170
  • Eureka, Nev., 125, 131, 138
  • Eureka & Palisade RR, 127-128
  • Eureka Co., Nev., 136-137
  • Eureka Hot Springs, Ore., 42
  • Eureka Nevada RR Co., 127
  • Europe, 105, 108, 117, 313
  • Evans, A. H., 319-320
  • Evans, C. D., 115
  • Evans, C. P., 195
  • Evans, Elwood, 3, 24, 43, 49, 54
  • Evans, Griffith, 197
  • Evans, Israel, 100
  • Evans, J. W., 75
  • Evans, John, 187, 189, 208
  • Evans, Margaret P. (Gray), 208
  • Evans, Mary, 319
  • Evans, W. H., 198
  • Evans, Colo., 202
  • Evanston, Wyo., 243, 248, 255
  • Eveans, Joseph, 165
  • Everett, Ambrose S., 195-196
  • Everett, William R., 208
  • Evergreen, Colo., 200, 211, 227
  • Everts, Philetus, 127
  • Ewing, D. W., 202
  • Ewing, G. W., 304
  • Ewing, W. G., 304
  • Excelsior Mill, 123
  • Executive orders, 45
  • Explorations: Alaska, 176-177, 179;
  • Express companies, 3, 46, 54, 136, 141, 151, 161-162, 168, 206, 236, 248, 310
  • Eyre, Perry, 85
  • Failing, Henry, 24, 26
  • Failing, James F., 20
  • Failing, Josiah, 24
  • Failing (J.) & Co., 20
  • Failings & Hyatt, 20
  • Fair, James G., 38, 140, 142, 148
  • Fairbank, N. K., 310
  • Fairbanks, J. J., 196
  • Fairchild, Huldah, 20
  • Fairchild, Reuben, 20
  • Fairfield, J. H., 163
  • Fairfield, Samuel, 254
  • Fairplay, Colo., 194, 201, 228, 231, 233
  • Fairweather, William, 166
  • Fakes, W. T., 298
  • Falcón, José Miguel, 286
  • Falk, P. V., 177
  • Falkenberg, J. P., 198
  • Fallon Nevada Oil Co., 141
  • Falls, R. J., 131
  • Fannin Co., Texas, 293
  • Far Hills, N.J., 321
  • Fargara, Martial, 258
  • Fargo, N.D., 308
  • Faringhy, Louis Othon, 85
  • Farish, Fred G., 123
  • Farmersville, Texas, 292
  • Farmington, Texas, 294
  • Farmington, Utah, 114
  • Farnham, E. M., 157
  • Farnham, Edwin, 152
  • Farnham, Thomas J., 45
  • Farnsworth, Philo Taylor, 100
  • Farr, Aaron, Freeman, 100
  • Farr, Aaron Freeman, Jr., 100, 114
  • Farr, Lorin, 100
  • Farrar & Martin, 320
  • Farrell, M. J., 128
  • Farrington, William, 128
  • Farwell, Charles Benjamin, 308
  • Farwell, Mrs. Charles B., 310
  • Farwell, Stephen T., 254
  • Fauntleroy, Thomas Turner, 87
  • Faurot, C. S., 208
  • Faust, H. J., 103
  • Faux, Jabez, 116
  • Fawcett, Zebulon P., 117
  • Fay, Artemus E., 75
  • Fay, John Purinton, 50
  • Fay, William Mark, 196
  • Fayel, William, 305
  • Fears, S. S., 294
  • Feather River, 220, 279

  • 341
  • Federal Records Center, Wilmington, Calif., 81
  • Federal Writers' Project, Utah, 105
  • Fell, A. G., 113
  • "Female Pioneering," Colo., 225
  • Female Relief Society, 110
  • Ferguson, E. C., 54
  • Ferguson, E. D., 164
  • Ferguson, Isham, 89
  • Ferguson, J. W., 33
  • Ferguson, James, 117
  • Ferguson, M. M., 164
  • Fergusson, Harvey, 88
  • Ferm, William, 165
  • Ferree, David J., 24
  • Ferrer, Francisco de la Rocha, 89
  • Ferrier, Albert, 294
  • Ferries, 52-53, 121, 158, 166, 205, 219, 249
  • Ferrin, Josiah M., 115
  • Ferris, A. S., 85
  • Ferris, L. W., 148
  • Ferron, Utah, 119
  • Ferry, Edward Payson, 100
  • Ferry, Elisha P., 3
  • Féry, Jules, 66
  • Fidalgo, Salvador, 57
  • Field, Marshall, 207, 310
  • Field, Sara Bard, 135, 147
  • Field, Scott, 297
  • Fields, J. A., 296
  • Fierens, Germain, 264
  • Fifth Infantry, U. S., 88
  • Fiji Islands, 265
  • Filibustering, 274
  • Filisola, Vicente, 286
  • Fillmore, Millard, 140
  • Fillmore, Utah, 114, 119
  • Financiers, 206, 220, 303, 307, 309-310, 313, 316, 322
  • Finch, R. E., 293
  • Finding, Charles, 202
  • Finfrock, John H., 254
  • Finlay, John, 62
  • Finlay River, 62
  • Finlayson, Roderick, 3, 67
  • Finnin, John, 290
  • Finns, 175
  • Fire Companies, 130, 247
  • First National Bank & Bullfrog Bank & Trust Co., 141
  • First National Bank of Nevada, 140
  • Fish & fish culture, 26, 43, 169-171, 206, 247;
    • see Salmon-packing
  • Fisher, A. N., 2
  • Fisher, C. G., 311
  • Fisher, Francis Murray, 118
  • Fisher, H. C., 298
  • Fisher, J. L., 75
  • Fisher, John, 209
  • Fisher, John B., 98
  • Fisher Katharine, 135
  • Fisher, Vardis, 152
  • "Fishing Grounds on the Alaska Coast," 169
  • Fisk, Archie C., 196
  • Fisk, Dwight, 246
  • Fisk, George Warren, 202
  • Fisk, Russell, 200
  • Fitch, O. H., 319
  • Fitch, Robert E., 254
  • Fitch, Thomas, 128
  • Fitch, W. A., 297
  • Fitzgerald, J. J., 84
  • Fitzpatrick, Thomas, 83, 306, 308, 313
  • Fitzwater, J. T., 83
  • Flagg, H. H., 139
  • Flagstaff, Ariz., 75
  • Flaharty, William F., 164
  • Flanders, George H., 35
  • Flanders, George W., 164
  • Flannigan, Minnie, 146
  • Fleming, William Wirt, 80
  • Fletcher, Fred Nathaniel, 140
  • Fletcher, William, 165
  • Fletts Creek, Wash., 49
  • Fleurant, M., 85
  • Flint, Addison R., 36
  • Flint Mining District, 154
  • Floods, 204-205, 207
  • Florence, Ariz., 75
  • Florence, Idaho, 152
  • Flores Mogollón, Juan Ignacio, 92
  • Florida, 50, 214, 244
  • Florida Mountain Mining Co., 157
  • Flournoy, Mrs., 300
  • Flower, J. B., 202
  • Flowers, Jacob, 209
  • Fly, A. W., 294
  • Flynn, J. P., 298
  • Fohr, Franz, 209
  • Foley, Murray D., 128
  • Folklore, 18, 37, 170, 252, 304
  • Follett, Mr., 139
  • Folsom, L. L., 157
  • Folsom, William Harrison, 100
  • Folwell, J. A., 209
  • Fonda, George F., 209
  • Fontenelle, Lucien, 307
  • Foote, Charles, 114
  • Foote, Frank Millis, 255
  • Foote, H. L., 139
  • Foote, J. B., 197
  • Foote, M. M., 246
  • Foote, Myron G., 115
  • Foote, William H., 246
  • Foppiano, Joseph, 128
  • Forbes, James, 113
  • Forbes, John, 281
  • Forbes, Joseph B., 115
  • Forbis, James Wade, 166
  • Ford, Henry, 135
  • Ford, Henry J., 148
  • Ford, Ninevah, 24
  • Fordtran, Carl, 270
  • Forest History Society, 308
  • "Fork Stone," Calif., 220
  • Forman, Charles, 129
  • Forman, W. F., 202
  • Forrest, Nathan Bedford, 149, 273
  • Forrest, Robert W., 57
  • Forsythe, W. J., 202
  • Fort Alexander, B. C., 61
  • Fort Atkinson, Neb., 314, 322
  • Fort Bascom, N.M., 82
  • Fort Belknap, Texas, 289
  • Fort Bellingham, Wash., 55
  • Fort Benton, Mont., 160, 163
  • Fort Boise, Idaho, 29
  • Fort Bridger, Wyo., 243-247, 249-251, 253
  • Fort Camosun, Vancouver Island, 64, 67
  • Fort Churchill, Nev., 125
  • Fort Collins, Colo., 186, 189, 200, 209, 214-215, 219, 222, 226, 236, 237
  • Fort Colvile, Wash., 74
  • Fort Davis, Texas, 91, 297
  • Fort Defiance, Ariz., 80-81, 84, 86, 95
  • Fort Donelson, 273
  • Fort Douglas, Utah, 128
  • Fort Dunvegan, B.C., 72
  • Fort Durham, B.C., 67
  • Fort Edmonton, 60
  • Fort Ellis, Mont., 163, 166
  • Fort Fetterman, Wyo., 252
  • Fort Fred Steele, Wyo., 244, 246
  • Fort Garland, Colo., 82, 222
  • Fort Garry, 60, 62, 65
  • Fort George (Astoria), Ore., 39, 74
  • Fort George, B. C., 60
  • Fort Hall, Idaho, 24, 29
  • Fort Hamilton, N. Y., 139
  • Fort Houston, Texas, 271
  • Fort John, Neb., 307
  • Fort Kamloops, B. C., 61, 70
  • Fort Kearny (old), Neb., 38
  • Fort Kearny, Neb., 242, 253
  • Fort Klamath, Ore., 35
  • Fort Langley, B. C., 61, 69
  • Fort Laramie, Wyo., 44, 47, 103, 244-249, 252-253, 305-306
  • Fort Leavenworth, Kan., 103, 111, 118, 244

  • 342
  • Fort Limhi, Idaho, 105
  • Fort Lupton, Colo., 193, 202
  • Fort Lyon, Colo., 83, 191-192, 195, 213, 224, 229
  • Fort McHenry, Md., 91
  • Fort McKinney, Wyo., 248, 250
  • Fort Manuel, S. D., 311
  • Fort Marcy, N. M., 82
  • Fort Massachusetts, Colo., 91
  • Fort Mohave, Calif., 50
  • Fort Nez Percé (Walla Walla), Wash., 65, 70
  • Fort Nisqually, Wash., 54-57, 66
  • Fort Nulato, Alaska, 173
  • Fort Okanogan, Wash., 53, 74
  • Fort Omaha, Neb., 244
  • Fort Pickens, Fla., 304
  • Fort Ross, Calif., 170, 173, 178-179, 258
  • Fort Rupert, B. C., 4, 175
  • Fort Russell, Wyo., 248
  • Fort St. Anthony (Snelling), Minn., 322
  • Fort Sanders, Wyo., 248
  • Fort Scott, Kan., 204
  • Fort Sedgwick, Colo., 188, 253
  • Fort Simcoe, Wash., 50-51
  • Fort Simpson, B. C., 4, 57, 63, 66-67, 69-70, 175
  • Fort Smith, Ark., 36, 82, 322
  • Fort Snelling, Minn., 322
  • Fort Stanton, N. M., 90
  • Fort Sumner, N. M., 86, 227
  • Fort Takow, B. C., 67
  • Fort Tejón, Calif., 85
  • Fort Townsend, Wash., 59
  • Fort Union, N. M., 82, 88-89, 91, 95
  • Fort Utah, Utah, 99
  • Fort Vancouver, Wash., 15, 30, 35, 39, 44, 49, 51, 60, 65-67, 69-70, 74, 185
  • Fort Walla Walla (Nez Percé), Wash., 65, 70
  • Fort Warren, Mass., 91
  • Fort William (Lake Superior), 70
  • Fort Wingate, N. M., 80
  • Fort Worth, Texas, 268-270, 273-274, 277-280, 287-289, 291, 298, 302
  • Fort Wrangel, Alaska, 5, 171, 182
  • Fort Yuma, Calif., 78, 276
  • Fosdick, Henry M., 201
  • Foss, J. E., 35
  • Foster, Harrison, 197
  • Foster, Henri W., 196
  • Foster, L. L., 270
  • Foster, Thomas, 165
  • Foster, Zenas D., 165
  • Foulton, A., 294
  • Fourth Infantry, U. S., 244
  • Fowler, C., 294
  • Fowler, E. W., 213
  • Fowler, John, 139
  • Fowler, Mr. & Mrs. Warren R., 209
  • Fox, Edward W., 115
  • Fox, Henry S., 295
  • Fox, J., 264
  • Fox, J. J., 138
  • Fox, M. P., 209
  • Fox, Thomas, 294
  • Fox Lake, Wis., 47
  • Frabasilis, Josephine, 135
  • France, Cyrus W., 210
  • France, James, 254
  • France, L. B., 196
  • France, 160, 258;
  • Francis, Walter G., 129
  • Francisco Creek, Colo., 194
  • Frank, Abraham, 74
  • Frank, Alfred S., 36
  • Frank, David, 198
  • Frank Mining Co. of California, 131
  • Frankey, J. F., 199
  • Franklin, Benjamin, 187
  • Franklin, R. I., 197
  • Franklin, Samuel H., 20
  • Franklin, U. S. S., 257
  • Franklin, Idaho, 153
  • Franks, George, 164
  • Fraser, Simon, 3, 67, 72
  • Fraser Lake, 67
  • Fraser River, 3, 61, 66-67, 72, 74
  • Fraser River Gold Rush, 37, 46-47, 49, 53, 55, 64-65, 67, 162
  • Fraternal orders, 84, 122-123, 134, 137, 141-142, 154-155, 272, 287
  • "Free Republic of Tooele," 104
  • Freeborn, James, 172
  • Freedmen's Bureau, 271
  • Freeman, Jason E., 201
  • Freeman, Merrill P., 129
  • Freeman, S. A., 80
  • Freemasonry, 84, 154, 272, 287
  • Freer, Charles L., 86
  • Freighting, 40, 93, 95, 124, 128-129, 152, 157, 161, 167-168, 186-187, 189, 192, 209, 213, 219, 226, 228-229, 231, 241-242, 244, 246, 248-249, 251-252, 279, 307, 323
  • Frémont, John Charles, 70, 85, 210, 240, 253, 316
  • Fremont Co., Colo., 199, 221
  • Fremont Co., Wyo., 248, 251, 255
  • Fremont Stake, Idaho, 108
  • French, C. P., 196
  • French Bridge, Nev., 124
  • French Mss, 79, 176, 262-266, 305, 315, 320
  • French Navy, 258
  • French Prairie, Ore., 25
  • Frewen, Moreton, 309
  • Friend, John S., 300
  • Friend, Matilda Jane, 300
  • Friend, The, 260
  • Friendly Isles, 264
  • Frisco Mines, Utah, 101
  • Frits, Jacob, 203
  • Frobisher, Joseph, 67
  • Fronwen, G. F., 299
  • Frost, John, 129
  • Frost, Max, 90
  • Fry, John D., 129
  • Fry, Richard R., 118
  • Fry, S. M., 298
  • Fryer, Jere, 75
  • Fueller, Charles, 199
  • Fulkerson, John T., 34
  • Fullerton, John, 35
  • Fulmore, Z. T., 271, 299
  • Fulton, James, 24
  • Fulton, Roger Lawson, 294
  • Funge, William W., 116
  • Funkhouser, Andrew, 99
  • Funkhouser, George, 99
  • Fur trade, 3, 23, 30-31, 44, 46, 49, 51, 56-57, 62, 65-67, 71-72, 74, 83, 85, 92, 102, 170-171, 173, 175, 178, 182, 235, 248, 303, 305-307, 311-312, 316, 321-323;
    • see Hudson's Bay Co.; Russian American Co.
  • Furman, Henry M., 298
  • Futunese language, 265
  • Gabbert, W. H., 210
  • Gaines, James, 283-284
  • Gaines, Reuben Reid, 299
  • Gainsville, Texas, 292
  • Gairdner, W. I., 53
  • Galbraith, Robert M., 254
  • Galbraith, William W., 114
  • Galbreath, O. S., 200
  • Gale, John A., 198
  • Galena, Nev., 136, 148
  • Galigher, T. W., 155
  • Gallatin City, Mont., 164, 219
  • Gallatin Co., Mont., 164, 166
  • Galloway, B. S., 200
  • Galloway, John Debo, 129
  • Gallup, Henry, 196

  • 343
  • Galpin, C. E., 307
  • Galve, Conde de, 87
  • Galveston, Texas, 205, 267-269, 273, 277, 280, 287, 294, 300-301
  • Galveston Co., Texas, 294
  • Galveston Island, 270, 275
  • Galveston Medical College, 287
  • Gambling, 305
  • Gano, William B., 293
  • Gantt, John, 319
  • Ganz, Emil, 75
  • Gapen, Otho, 309
  • Gapen, Stephen, 309
  • Gapen, William, 309
  • García, Bartholomé, 288
  • García, Diego Martín, 288
  • García Collection, 291-292
  • Gard, Columbus F., 197
  • Gard, Mrs. M. J., 197
  • Gardiner, J. L., 157
  • Gardiner, John M., 157
  • Gardiner, Mont., 161, 166
  • Gardner, A. B., 294
  • Gardner, Charles H., 197
  • Gardner, Maryetta (Snow), 118
  • Garfield, Colo., 197
  • Garfield Co., Colo., 203
  • Garfield Co., Utah, 114
  • Garfield Co., Wash., 58
  • Garfielde, Selucius, 59
  • Garlick, Thomas, 164
  • Garnette, J. W., 296
  • Garrett, C. C., 299
  • Garrett, Jacob, 285
  • Garrett, R. C., 271
  • Garrison, A., 85
  • Garsey Co., Texas, 302
  • Gary, George, 30
  • Garza, José Francisco Mariano, 279
  • Gastineau Channel, 172
  • Gaston, F. E., 298
  • Gatch, T. M., 36
  • Gates, J. E., 256
  • Gates, John, 34
  • Gatzert, Babette (Schwabacher), 50
  • Gatzert, Bailey, 50
  • Gay, Almer, 118
  • Gay, Moses, 118
  • Gay, William J., 118
  • Gazetteers, 265
  • Gazzoli, Father G., 157
  • Geary, Hyrum, 118
  • Geauga Co., Ohio, 106
  • Gebhart, Henry, 210
  • Gebhart, J. C., 293
  • Geckler, George, 34
  • Geer, J. C., 154
  • Geer, Ralph C., 24
  • Geer, T. T., 33
  • Geist, Alfred W., 201
  • Genealogy. 63, 97, 267, 292, 308, 318-320
  • Genoa, Nev., 103, 120, 123, 138, 144, 146;
    • see also Mormon Station
  • Gentiles, Utah, 6, 107, 113, 132
  • Gentle Voice Gold & Silver Mining Co., 138
  • Gentry, Reuben, 82
  • Geographical Society of the Pacific, 171
  • Geology, 78, 89-90, 129, 137, 242, 243, 302, 310, 315
  • George, Daniel, 201
  • George, James ("Yankee Jim"), 161
  • George, Joseph H., 201
  • Georgetown, Calif., 220
  • Georgetown, Colo., 187, 198, 203, 217, 219, 225
  • Georgia, 271, 287, 291
  • German arbitration, San Juan dispute, 56
  • German emigration, 208-209, 270, 275, 280, 288
  • German Mss, 71, 146, 176, 182, 184, 316
  • Germany, 146, 275
  • Gerry, Melville, 201
  • Gerstle (J.) & Co., 139
  • Gerun, J. P., 294
  • Gervais, Joseph, 45
  • Getchell, Ashur A., 157
  • Getchell, M. P., 199
  • Getzendauer, W. H., 293
  • Gibbs, Addison Crandall, 25
  • Gibbs, Barnett, 271
  • Gibbs, George, 53, 61
  • Gibson, D. H., 296
  • Gibson, George D., 63
  • Gibson, Henry E., 116
  • Gibson, J. C., 293
  • Gibson, J. M., 297
  • Gibson, Paris, 163
  • Gibson, Thomas J., 297
  • Giddings, D. C., 299
  • Giddings, Texas, 296
  • Gifford, A. D., 210
  • Gila Co., Ariz., 74
  • Gila Expedition, 95
  • Gila Mana Gold & Silver Claim, 140
  • Gila River, 72, 76, 78-79, 109
  • Gilbert, Mrs., 44
  • Gilbert, J. J., 50
  • Gilbert, Newton, 44
  • Gilbert Islands, 265
  • Gilbreath, S. L., 58
  • Gilbreath, W. S., 311
  • Gilchriest, A. C., 85
  • Gilchrist, Andrew, 247
  • Giles, Christina Carlile, 118
  • Giles, Elizabeth Daybell, 118
  • Giles, G. E., 203
  • Giles, Rachel Howarth Fortie, 119
  • Giles, Sarah Daybell, 119
  • Gilfry, Henry H., 25
  • Gilkson, A. T., 200
  • Gill, Sam G., 199
  • Gillespie, J. K., 115
  • Gillhouse, Eva Olenna, 130
  • Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, 135
  • Gilmer, J. P., 293-294
  • Gilmer, John Thornton, 113
  • Gilmer, Salisbury & Co., 161
  • Gilmore, Lewis C., 294
  • Gilmore, S. N., 210
  • Gilpin, William, 44, 189, 195, 210
  • Gilpin Co., Colo., 194, 206, 215, 217, 220, 225, 227, 248
  • Gipson A. E., 202
  • Gird, C. C., 196
  • Givens, G. H., 129
  • Gladstone Reduction Works, 239
  • Glass, James B., 114
  • Glazier, Charles Dean, 115
  • Gleason, H., 165
  • Glendale, Mont., 166
  • Glendive, Mont., 168
  • Glenns Ferry, Idaho, 156
  • Glenwood, Utah, 115
  • Glenwood Springs, Colo., 203, 206, 221
  • Glidden, J. C., 172
  • Glisan, Rodney, 25
  • Globe, Ariz., 74, 104
  • Glover, James Nettle, 57
  • Godbe, William Samuel, 101
  • Goddard, Luther M., 200, 216
  • Godley, Robley B., 293
  • Goebel, G. W., 211
  • Görig, F. V., 58
  • Gold Canyon, Nev., 123, 131, 133, 276
  • Gold Development Co. of Utah, 116
  • Gold Dirt Mining Dist., Colo., 225
  • Gold discovery, Calif., 97, 100
  • Gold Hill, Colo., 197, 205, 217, 219, 231, 250
  • Gold Hill, Idaho, 152
  • Gold Hill, Nev., 123, 129-130, 136, 139, 141, 144-145, 148-149;
    • Democratic Club, 41;
    • Miners' Union, 130
  • Gold Hill Mining Dist., Nev., 140

  • 344
  • Gold Lake Rush, 72
  • Golden, Colo., 189, 194, 200, 212, 218, 236
  • Goldfield, Nev., 127, 130, 134, 136, 140
  • Goldfield Consolidated Mines Co., 130
  • Goldfinch, John, 165
  • Goldschmidt, Adolph, 75
  • Goldsmith, Bernard, 25
  • Goldthwaite, J. G., 294
  • Goldwater, Morris, 75
  • Golovnin, Nikolai, 177-178, 183
  • Gómez Farias, Valentín, 291
  • Gondra, Manuel E., 291
  • Góngora, Gervasio de Cruzat y, 89
  • Gonzales Co., Texas, 269, 271, 274, 276
  • Good, John B., 3, 67
  • Goodale, Tim, 84
  • Goode, F. M., 294
  • Goodell, D. T., 165
  • Goodhue, A. C., 197
  • Goodman, Joseph T., 148
  • Goodner, Thomas C., 292
  • Goodrich, Ambrose S., 201
  • Goodrich, James W., 260
  • Goodwin, C. C., 148
  • Goodwin, G. I., 271
  • Goodwin, J. A., 203
  • Goodwin, R. J., 153
  • Goodwin, Thomas Jefferson, 34
  • Gordon, Alexander, 305
  • Gordon, George Alexander, 80
  • Gordon, James, 165
  • Goree, Thomas J., 298
  • Goshen, Utah, 115
  • Goss, Roberto S., 294
  • Gotthelf, Isaac, 202
  • Goudy, Frank Curtis, 199
  • Gould, Alva, 130
  • Gould, George, 267
  • Gould, Jay, 291, 313
  • Gould & Curry Silver Mining Co., 131
  • Goulter, John Thomas, 119
  • Gove, Aaron, 211
  • Gowans, Hugh S., 115
  • Grabing, Wyo., 255
  • Graf, William F., 211
  • Graham, Fergus R., 211
  • Graham, J. E., 255
  • Graham, S. G., 296
  • Graham, W. H., 293
  • Graham, W. J., 298
  • Graham Co., Ariz., 74
  • Gramm, Otto, 247
  • Grammer, R. B., 298
  • Grand Canyon, Ariz., 81, 304;
    • Forest Reserve, 76
  • Grand Eagle Chapter of Upper Canada on Patriot Executive Duty, 63
  • Grand Island, Neb., 319
  • Grand Junction, Colo., 190, 203-204, 212, 215, 218, 223, 226, 228-229;
  • Grand Portage, 70
  • Grand Prairie, Ore., 28
  • Grand River, Colo., 89, 212, 215, 304
  • Grand River Ditch Co., 203
  • Grand River Live Stock Co., 241
  • Grand View Valley, Idaho, 156
  • Grandbury, Texas, 301
  • Grande Ronde, Ore., 40
  • Granger, Colo., 199
  • Grangers, 191, 250
  • Grangeville, Idaho, 154
  • Granite, Colo., 188, 221
  • Grant, Benjamin, 36
  • Grant, Blanche Chloe, 88
  • Grant, Heber Jeddy, 101
  • Grant, Mary G., 167
  • Grant, Mortimer N., 247
  • Grant, Ulysses, 151, 232, 314
  • Grant Co., N. M., 91, 94
  • Grant Co., Ore., 40
  • Grantsville, Utah, 115
  • Granville-Smith, Jessica, 135
  • Grass Valley, Calif., 305
  • Grater, A. E., 161
  • Grattan Massacre, 248
  • Graves, Amos, 292
  • Gray, A. Judson, 247
  • Gray, Douglas, 75
  • Gray, J. H., 293
  • Gray, Robert, 68
  • Gray, William Henry, 15, 25, 35, 37, 45
  • Grayson Co., Texas, 270, 287, 294
  • Great Basin, 102-103, 317
  • Great Britain:
    • Board of Trade, 309;
    • Consulate, Tahiti, 258;
    • see British; England; Scotland
  • Great Falls, Mont., 163
  • Great Nemaha Indian Agency, 321
  • Great Salt Lake, 107-108, 111
  • Great Salt Lake City;
    • see Salt Lake City
  • Great Western Mutual Aid Assn., 241
  • Greeley, Horace, 160
  • Greeley, Colo., 189, 191, 202, 208, 217, 242, 247
  • Green, Alvah A., 115
  • Green, Carrie (Munsell), 320
  • Green, James L., 264
  • Green River, 44, 87, 102, 105, 243, 250-251, 323
  • Green River Co., Utah, 245
  • Greene, O. F. A., 197
  • Greene, R. G., 2
  • Governors: Alaska, 173, 183,
  • Greenleaf, Lawrence N., 196
  • Greensville, Texas, 296
  • Greenwell, Ambrose, 116
  • Greenwich, Utah, 114
  • Greenwood, Garrison, 271
  • Greenwood, Garison C., 271
  • Greenwood (Sublette) Cutoff, 26, 38
  • Greenwood Mines, Calif., 19
  • Gregg, David L., 260
  • Gregg, E. P., 294
  • Gregg, J. T., 33
  • Gregg, W. H., 309
  • Gregg Co., Texas, 293
  • Gregory, John F., 189
  • Gregory Gulch, Colo., 189, 206, 217
  • Gresham, Walter, 294
  • Grey, Sir George, 257
  • Griffin, G. B., 59
  • Griffin, H. L., 114
  • Griffin, J. S., 45
  • Grigsby, George B., 183
  • Grim, John W., 25
  • Grimes, Eliab, 258-259
  • Grimes, George, 150
  • Grimes, William S., 196
  • Grimes Co., Texas, 268, 299
  • Grimes Creek, Idaho, 151
  • Grimm, Louisa (Powell), 120
  • Gritton, Edward, 282, 284-285
  • Groesbeck, Nicholas H., 115
  • Grosbeck, Texas, 270, 287, 297
  • Grosch Consolidated Mining Co., 131
  • Grosh ("Grosch"), Aaron B., 131
  • Grosh, E. Allen, 131
  • Grosh, Hosea B., 131

  • 345
  • Groshon, Maurice, 244
  • Groshon, Lulie (Carter), 245, 247
  • Grosjean, Camille, 292
  • Gross, Andrew, 103
  • Grossmann, Capt. F. E., 79
  • Ground, Edward, 19
  • Ground, Eliza A., 19
  • Ground, William B., 19
  • Grover, Lafayette, 2, 25
  • Grubb, James Byron, 202
  • Gruening, Ernest, 172
  • Guadalupe Hidalgo Mines, Colo., 222
  • Guadalupe Island, 315
  • Guanajuato, Mexico, 319
  • Guano, 261
  • Guardiana, José María, 278
  • Gudde, Elisabeth K., 316
  • Gudde, Erwin G., 316
  • Guerra y Correa, José María, 286
  • Guerrero, Vicente, 291
  • Guffey, J. H., 183
  • Guinn, J. M., 319
  • Guiteau, F. R., 294
  • Gullett, Alexander, 199
  • Gun-makers, 115
  • Gunn, J. Newton, 311
  • Gunn, William, 265
  • Gunnell, A. T., 200
  • Gunnell, Volney C., 197
  • Gunnison, John Williams, 101, 111
  • Gunnison, Colo., 187, 199, 204, 207, 212, 215-216, 223, 225, 229, 237, 241
  • Gunnison, Utah, 115
  • Gunnison Co., Colo., 199, 217, 229
  • Gunter, Jot,