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426, 468
Butler, Prof. James, 303; Rev. Jona-
than Harris, 303
Butterfield, Capt., 170
Buttermilk Falls, 91, 259, 264
Button, Hiram, 268; William P., 55,

91, 107
Buxton Brook, 163



Cabot, John, ar.d Sebastian, 60

Cadenaret, Sachem, 130, 131, 133,
134

Cady homestead, North Adams,
Mass., 187; shoe-factor}^ 461

Calcutta, 421

Calhoun (Calhoon), Samuel, 150;
Simeon H., 400, 403, 424

Calliers, Gov., see "Yonnondio," of
New France, 76

Calumet, 18, 30, 40, 53. 54
•f-^alvin. Rev. John, 418; Calvm
Society, 221, 262; grist-mill, 446

Cambrian Age, Lower, 8; Cambrian
quartzite rock, 4; Cambrian Sea,
4, 8, 9; Cambrian Seashore, 483

Cambridge, Mass., 204, 294

Cambridge, N. Y., 7. 262, 291, 436,
437, 440, 442; Valley, 109; soil,
438; patents and first proprietors
of, 235, 251, 256, 258; military
district of, 251, 256, 260; First
Baptist Church, 261; town-meet-
ing and founders of township, 260,



558



Index



Cambridge — Continued

265; council of safety, 258; turn-
pikes, 115, 243; Col. Baum's march
up Cambridge Road to Bennington
battleground, 330; population of
town during 1790, 267; inns, 265,
266; First Presbyterian Church,
and Quaker Church, 262; acade-
mies, 267; industries, 438, 444

Camp Comfort, 227

Campbell, Lieut. -Col. John, 371

Canadas, 36, 157

Canaan, Ct., 163, 171, 173

Canassatiego, Sachem, 39

Canedy's shoe-factory, 461

Canfield, James Hulme, 408; Judge,
414

Caniaderaunte, see Lake Champlain,
27

Canis's Report, Hoosack Patent, 1 1

Canterbury, Ct., 216

Cape Cod Bay, 24

Cape Breton Island, N. S., 78

"Captivity," Mount, 6

Carabines, 103

Carleton, Gen., St. Johns Navy-yard,

314

Carpenter, family, 187, 188; Daniel

P., 267; James, 262; Joseph, 246;

William, quoted, 344; Niles, 210
Carter, Dr. Franklin, 405
Case, David, 237; Joseph, Place, 233;

Rev. Wheeler, 347
Cassidy, Lucas, 219
Castle Island, see Rensselaer Island,

15.32,58
Castleton, N. "V ., jee Schodac, 16, 23,

28; Castleton, Vt., 295, 297, 298,

323
"Catamount Tavern," 182, 183, 222,

223, 281, 282, 286, 296, 309, 328,

345, 371; sign-post, 310; council -

chamber, 311
Catlin, 2d., Lieut. John, 120, 128, 130,

143; letters, 525, 526
Catskill Mountains, iv, 22, 32, 47, 88,

387; Mahican village, 550
Catskill, N. Y., 112
Cattomack, vSachem, 61
Caughnawagas warriors, see Kryn,

44, 52, 76, 161
Cavell, Micah, 262
Cenis, Mount tunnel, 457
Century Dictionary, 504
Century of Progress, 450-481



Chadbourne, Paul Ansel, 405; grave,

427
Champlain, Samuel, iii, 16, 27, 60;

Lake and Valley, i, 4, 98, 112, 413;

Canal, 378
Channing, Edward Weeks Baldero,

159, 166
Chapin, Capt. Elisha, Fort, Mass.,

122, 123, 150, 151, 166, 191; letters,

536, 537; resignation, 152, 168;

massacre, 170; Rev. E. H., 349,

351

Charlemont, Klass., 67, 130

Charles II, King of Eng., 11, 44, 62

Charter of N. Y. (1664), 38, 62

Chase, Seth, 236, 262

Chatfield, Asa, 353, 359

Chatham, N. Y., 387

Chazel, Prof. David, 267

"Checkered House," 256

Chekatabut, Sachem (Josiah), 39

Chelsea, Mass., 226, 419

Cherry Plains, Rensselaerwyck Man-
or, 234, 434

Chescodonta, Abenakis Democracy's
Council-Hill, iii, 15, 19, 20, 22,
59, 61; castle, 16

Cheshire, Mass., 186, 248, 442; mili-
tia, 329; "Big Cheese," 199, 442;
industries, 442, 462

Chidester, Sergt. William, Fort Hoo-
sac, 168, 169; massacre, 170

Chieftains, Abenakis, 46, 61

"Chin-dee" ((Evil Eye), 15

Chinese labor in N. E., 461

Chingachgook (Big vSnake), Sachem,
26, 29

Chip Day, Williams Coll., 401, 402

Chipman, Capt. John, 301, 375;
Nathaniel Bumppo-Chipman, Sr.,
Capt. Nathaniel, Jr., and Patience,
see Schipman

Chittenden, Gov. Tllomas, 226, 310,
322, 323; 308, 373; Hon. L. E., 293

Choate, Joseph Hodge, 408; Col.
Choate, 162

Church, Jr., Benjamin, 300, 545

Church, Protestant and Roman Cath-
olic, 8, 77; church spires, 559,
472

Cilly, Col., Battle of vSaratoga, 360

"Citv of Cannon" (Albany, N. Y.),

75
Civil War, 227, 425, 428, 4-14, 462,

476, 502



Index



559



Claessen, Claes, iii; Hans, 58;
Lieut. Matthew, 143

Clarendon Manor, 261, 272, 273

Clark, "Billa" J., 225; Gen. Francis,
343, 361; Lieut. -Gov. George, 79,
120; Gideon, 235; Gen. Isaac, 286,
287, 331; Ithamar, 224, 225; Jere-
miah, 256, 258; Nathan, 280;
Robert, 160; Capt. Samuel, 327,
336, 344; William, 256

Clark Hall, Williams Coll., 203

Clarksburgh, Mass., 460

Claverack, N. Y., 34, 47, 365

Clay, Henry, 399

Cleland, H. F., 504

Cleveland, Adam, 437

Clinton, Gen., 354, 355, 358, 359, 363;
scouts, 259; Gov. De Witt, 79, 81,

lOI

Clio Hall, 226, 393
Clute, Frederick, 65
Clyfton, Matthew, 205
Cochran, Capt. Robert, 278, 286, 287
Cockburn, Surveyor, 287, 288
Coffin, James Henry, 497
Cohoes Falls, iii, 18, 25, 32, 43, 59,
64, 65, 70; Lane, 61 ; City, 1 10, 352,

437, 470
Cohoha, 2, 28, 29; cornfield, 118, 121,
122, 135, 137, 169; origin of name,

511-525
Colburn, Col. N. H. Reg., 357
Colchester, Ct., 171, 180; Colchester

Falls, Vt., 288
Cold Spring, 402; Cold River, 455
Colden, Alexander, 256; Lieut. -Gov.,

45, 232, 282; patents and fees, 271,

272, 274, 277, 281; Proclamation,

272>, 276, 308
Cole, Lieut. -Col., 157
Coleraine, Mass., 67
Colgate, James, 218, 495
Colgrove, Capt. Jeremiah, 185, 195,

200, 202, 442, 443, 444, 448; Park,

196
Collins, Rev. Daniel, 171, 382;

Edward, 120
Colve, Gov. Anthony, 44
Comstock, Capt. Sunderland militia,

327; John, 245, 480
Concord, Mass., 499; Concord N.H.,

24
Congdon, Cotton-mill, Hart's Falls,

Schaghticoke, N. Y., 440
Connecticut, western boundary, 62



Connecticut Vallev, iv, 47; patents

of, 274
Connecticut Coiirant, 287, 321
Connecticut Home Mission Society,

421
"Constitution Hill," 241, 442
Continental Congress, 290, 306, 321
Continental Councils of Safety, 325
Continental greenbacks, 200
Continental road to Bennington,

Vt.,447
Conway, Mass., 380, 425
Cook, Asaph, 190; James, 452; Rose

Terry, 500
Cooksboro Mills, 256
Coon, Hezekiah, 124, 234, 246; Sam-
uel, 240; Rev. William, 245, 246,

250
Cooper, James Fenimore, 25, 26,

106, 133, 230; William, 300, 545
Coosacs, iv, 3; Coos Falls, iv, 31;

Valley, 32, 34; Meadow, 31
Copake Lake, 1 1
Corey, Rev. William, 237, 412; John,

Benedict, and Paris, 210,236, 413,

532
Corlaer Village, 71
Cornbury, Lord (Edward Hyde),

52, 55, 86, 88, 90
Cornwall, Ct., 293
Corstiaensen, Capt. Hendrick, 19,

58, 59

Cotterel, Sir Charles, 94; Randal,
James, and Samuel, 233

Cotton-mill industry, 440, 444

Council Tree, see Witenagemot Oak,
29, 52, 106

Councils of Safety, see Green Moun-
tain Boys, viii, 282, 284, 286, 294,
295. 309. 319; messengers 287, 344;
Fort Ticonderoga, 296; Battle of
Bennington, 220, 338, 344; War
of 1812-1865, 227

Courcello, Gov. Samuel, 11 1

Coveville, N. Y. (Dovegat), 353

Cowden, Maj. James, 256, 261, 265,
266

Cowee, Arthur, 438

Cox, Dr., 425

Crandall, C. H., 367; William vS., 227;
Samuel, 260

Crawford, John, 167; Marion, 500

Creasy, Sir Edward Shepherd, 145,
367, 450, 479

Cromwellian politics, 273



56o



Index



Cropsey, Jacob O., 234

Crosbv, Gov., 98, 100, 102; Simeon,

C rown Point, N. \ ., see Forts
"Crow Town," see Bennington, 227
Cummington, Mass., 389
Cummins, Rev. Dr., 478
Curtis, George William, 392
Curtiss, Capt. Allan and Elihu, 166,

167; Dr. Simeon, 249
Cushman, Charlotte, 500
Cuvler, Capt. Abraham Cornells, 282,

285



D



Daggett, Rev. Naphtalia, 176, 412;

Wayhew, 260
Dale, Thomas Nelson, geologist, 10,

16, 494, 500
Dalton, Alass., 382, 442
Daly, Father J. B., 426
Danforth, Keyes, 386, 387; Capt.

Sylvanus, 250
Dankers, Jasper, 65
Darby, Joseph, 187, 200, 443, 445;

Leonard, 437, 440, 445
Darling, David, 202
Dartmouth Coll., 194, 226, 392, 393;

removal case, 394
Davis, Emerson, 396, 397; George,

354; George Rex, 249, 250, 365;

Miss Davis, teacher, 231
Dawson, Henry B., 310
Day, Daniel, 173; Samuel, 198, 199
Dayfoot, "Tory," 235
Dean, Josiah, 166; Mr. Dean, 294
Dearborn, Gen., 357, 360
De Chastellux, Marquis, 366
Declaration of Independence, 216,

293- 436
Deerfield, Mass., 48, 76, 114, 126,

140, 143, 145, 151, 210, 307, 336,

451. 455; River, 454; roads, 177
Defiance, Mount, 324
De Fonda, Johannes, 115, 233;

neighborhood, 119, 233
De la Galissoniere, J^Iarquis, 141
De Grove, H., 249
De Laet, Johannes, 60
De Lamotte, Martin, 91
De Lancey, Lieut.-Gov. James, 102,

104, 120, 124, 232
De Laplace, Capt., 302, 303
Delaware-Mahican Indians, 511-516



De Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws, 368
Demorest Monthly Mag., 502
Demuy, Lieut., 133, 136, 137, 138,

140
Denison, Rev. John, 503; Rev. John

Hopkins, 428
Dennis, Rev. J. S., 430, 431
De Norville, Le Seur (Norton), 139
De Peyster, Gen. J. Watts, 352
De Puy, H. W., 287
De Ridder, Garret, 353
De Ronde, Rev. Lambertus, 254;

Margareta Catherine De Sandra,

254
De Rouville, Hertel, 76
De Ruyter, Gen., 92, 115; Johannes

119.233
De ToqueviUe's Union Americaine,

432

De Tracy, Marquis, 34

De Vaudreuil, Gen. Rigaud, and

Gov. Pierre, 81, 161
Devil's Chimney, see Hobbamocko,
8, II, 40, 84, 90, 468; Devil's
Kitchen, 106
Devol, Rev. Cornelius, 262
De Wandelaer, Johannes, 91, 254
Dewey, Prof. Chester, 387, 399, 408,
493; Judge Charles A., 394; Daniel,
173. 383, 387; Dewey ville (Bray-
tonville). Rev. Jedediah, 215, 216,
217, 218, 222, 226, 278, 287, 418;
epitaph, 229; Capt. Elisha, Inn,
216, 218, 222; company, 217, 323,
337; muster roll, 547, 548; Eldad,



214.



= /.



228; Dewey mansion



(1777), 217; mill and brook, 214:
Tutor Eldad, 226,393; Josiah, 236
De Witt, Rev., 480
Dexter, Henry JMorton, 205
"Diamond Rock." 8, 61, 65, 66
Dianonaehowa trail, see Batten Kill,

31

Dickenson, Thomas W., and Con-
sider, 300, 301

Diderot's Memoirs, 161

Dieskau, Gen., French and Indian
Army (1755), 154, 155, 156, 157,
161

Digges, Sir Dudley, 18

Dimmick's Stand, see Herrick's Tav-
ern, 223

Dingermans, Adams, 1 11

Document History of N. Y., 312, 313,
540, 541. 542, 543



Index



561



Dodd, Prof. Cyrus, 472

Dome, The, 4, 409, 471, 476, 493

Dongan, Gov. Thomas, 38, 66, 84, 112

Dorset, Vt., 342

Dorr, Dr. Jonathan, 265, 266;

Joseph, 445, 446. 480; Russell, 70
Doty's Cotton-mill, 441, 446, 466
Douglas, Asa, 173; ('apt. William,

234, 295, 296, 298, 301, 302, 327
Dovegat House (Coveville), 66, 353
Dow, Rev. Lorenzo, 196
Doxie, Samuel, 97
Drake, Samuel G., 39
Drummond, Rev., 353
Drurj^, Nathan, 327, 329; Phoebe,

393; Academy and High School,

196,472
Duane, James, 70, 272, 277, 278, 281,

286
Dublin, Ireland, 436, 445; Castle,

227
Duke of York, see Charter of N. Y.

and James II., 32, 271
Dunham, Capt. Hezekiah, 354; Oba-

diah, 210
Dunning, Josiah, 279, 295, 306, 338,

345; Matthew, 210; Michael, 210,

295

Durham Manor, 272; cattle, 249

Dutch Hooesac (Little Hoosac),
Rensselaerwj'ck Manor, N. Y., 114,
123, 124, 126, 130; patroon and ten-
antry, 119; massacres, 167

Dutch Hoosac, see Hoosac, N. Y.,
104, 109, 121, 122, 127, 142, 205,
441, 450; patroons, 69, 122; French
and Indian invasion, 104, 168;
Militia, 14th N. Y. Regiment, 361

Dutchess Co., N. Y., 92, 370, 371

Dwaas Kill, 12

Dwight, Edwin, 420; Henry W., 400;
Nathaniel, 162, 186; Timothy,
67, 162

Dyer, E. Parter, 496; William, 107



E



Eagle Bridge, N. Y., 1 10, 117, 136,

458, 467; toll-bridge, 243
Eames (Ames), Nathaniel, 132, 143
"Early Morning Scout," 157
East Canada Creek, 95
East Hampton, Ct., 142
East Granby, Ct., 347
East Hoosac (Hoosuck) Plantation,
36



Mass., 184; first survey (1739), 67,
69; second survey (1749) and plan,
187, 188; proprietors, 191; mill-
power, 186, 187; First Congrega-
tional log meeting-house, 190, 214;
burial-fields, 196; Quaker meeting-
house, 473, 474, 496; town-meeting,
incorporation as Adams, 193, 194;
proposed free school, 153

Eastman's School for Girls, 472

Easton, Col. James, 295, 296, 298

Eaton, Capt. Abel, 387; Amos, 10,
40, 387, 388, 389, 452, 493

Eddy family, 187, 188; Rose, 260;
Capt. Eddy's R. I. ship-carpen-
ters, 180, 315; Brig.-Gen. Gilbert,
250,265

Eelkins, Capt. Jacob Jacobs, 58, 59

Eggerton, Eleazar, 286, 331

Eldred's Inn, 233, 234, 235; Silas
Eldred, 231

Embury, Rev. Philip, 262

Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 25, 498, 492,

494
Emmons, Dr. Ebenezer, geologist,

10, 388, 400, 403, 408, 493; Mount

Emmons, 10
English Hoosac, 205; Pilgrims, 59,

60, 61, 67, 205, 224
English Revolution, 71, 413
England's Judicature Act, 399
Equinox, Mount, Taconac Range, 4
Erie Canal, 421; promoter, 442;

first lock, 450; opening, 451;

Grand Barge Canal, 481
Estes, David, 200, 443; Truman, 446
Esther, Queen, Schaghticokes and

St. Regis cantons, 56, 106
Esopus, Massacre of, 1 1 1
Etow Oh Koam, Sachem, 93, 94
Evangelical (Evangelist) Magazifie,

410, 423, 425
Everett, Edward, 451
Evil Spirit (Fiend of Calamity), 106
Exeter, R. I., 221



Faillon, Rev. Father M., 376
Fairlee, Vt., 434; West Fairlee, Vt.,

336, 394
Fallen-hiU, 8, 39, 84, 90, 106, 114,

468
Falls Quequick(N.Y.), 11,26,84, 118,

230, 236, 301 ; Manor and tenantry.



562



Index



Falls Quequick — Continued

117, 237; burial-fields, 238; mills,
122, 437, 444, 446; First Baptist
Church, 245, 478; post-office, 243

Fassett, Capt. John, 213, 221, 273,
278

Fay, Benjamin, 218; Dr. Jonas, 287;
Records of Council of Safety, 310,
329; Declaration of Vermont's In-
dependence, 319, 321; Samuel, 212;
Stephen, 222, 278, 310, 345

Federal Constitution, township sys-
tem, 238, 241, 442

Ferrisburgh, Vt., 373

Fellows, Gen., 362

Festivals, Indian, 28, 53

Field, Cj^rus W., 402; Field's Park,
'^7i< ^11 1 402; Rev. David, 406;
David Dudley, 160, 398, 399, 406,
425, 482, 494; Dudley, 406; Elisha,
219; Jesse, 343; Stephen J., 398

"Fiend of Calamity," see Evil Spirit,
106, 134, 470, 481

Fillmore, Pres. Millard, Ensign Na-
thaniel, Sr., 218; Nathaniel, Jr., 218

Finley, Dr., Colonization Society, 422

Finney Tavern, 250, 265, 448

Fish Creek, 26, 37, 352, 353; herring
industry, 436

Fishkill, N. Y., I

Fisk, Ezra, 420; James, Jr., 467

Fitch, Rev. Ebenezer, 145, 146, 383,
384, 386, 387, 389, 412; Report,
394; resignation, 392; Mount Fitch,
163, 503; Hon. John, 50, 249

Fitchburgh River, 451; Fitchburgh
Railroad, 458

FitzMaurice, Lord Edmund, 366

Five Nations, see Iroquois Confeder-
acy, 27

Five Points Tavern, 187, 193

Flags, Colonial, viii

Flax-seed industry, 436, 443, 444

Flora's Glen, see Thanatopsis Glen,
489, 490, 492

Florida, Mass., 455, 472

Folsom, Capt., 155, 157

Fonda, N. Y., 119

Forbes, Maj., Indian scouts, 357;
Dr. John, 235; Mary Allen, 373;
Phineas, 132

Ford, Lieut. William, 328; Jacob,
245; Thomas, 244

Foreign Missions, see Missions, 410,
411; Foreign Mission School, 421



Forest Park Observatory, 473, 475
Forts: Albany, 34, 37, 44, 48, 50, 71,
75, 78, 79, 81, 93, 95, 101, 124, 153;
Amsterdam, 32, 34, 115; Anne, 78,
93; Aurania, see Orange, 19; Ben-
nington, 331, 332; Breakenridge,
281 ; Carillon, see Ticonderoga, 105;
Cassin, 112; Clinton, 78, 81, 82,
loi ; Crailo, vi, 19, 34, 84, 114, 364;
founders, no, in; Crown Point,
56-6 Fort St. Frederic, viii, 154, 301,
306; Dayton, 95; Deerfield, 137,
140, 147"; Dummer, 79, 147, 150;
Edward, see Fort Lyman, 81, 153,
154, 157; encampment of Gen.
Johnson's Army (1755), I55. 156;
Gen. Burgoyne's Army (1777), 326;
Frederick, 50; "Gibraltar," 78, 80;
capture, 208; Good Hope, 26, 61,
III, 115; Half-Moon (site of Moe-
nemines Castle), 65, 77, loi, 115,
117, 126, 169, 231, 253; Hardy,
353; Herkimer, 95; Hoosac, 122,
162, 171, 183, 205, 210; attack of
French and Indians, 170; Ingolds-
by, 78; Lyman, see Fort Edward,
153; Massachusetts, v, vi, 8, 71,

78, 79, loi, 119, 120, 124, 126,

127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 134, 137,
139, 140, 142, 144, 147, 148, 149,
151, 152, 153, 166, 168, 169, 170,
183, 187, 205, 210, 450; IMeadow,
203; Farm, 168; second fort, 146;
scouts, 167; chaplains, 412; "God's
Acre," 196; English flag, 150;
"Hero of Fort Mass, " 143; Journal
of Operation, 126; Muster Rolls and
Letters, 124, 125, 126, 525-538;
Monroe, 428; Nassoureen, 32,
58; Nassou, 44; Nastagione, 71;
Neilson, 356, 357, 360; Num.tei
Four, 80, 322; Orange, vi, 30, 31,
34, 92, no. III, 114; Pelham, 79,

128, 148, 210; Putney, 143; Sara-
toga, 78, 79, 81, 353; Schaghti-
coke, 74, 77, 83, 85, 86, 93, 95, 100,
loi, 103, 105, 126, 168; Colony of,
117; British outpost, 258; Schenec-
tady, 46, III, 252; Shirley, 79, 128,
130, 131, 142, 148, 210; St. Croix,
V, 36, 37, loi, 109, 113, 114, 126,
127, 137, 141, 495; Colony of,
115, 117; St. Frederic, viii, 71,

79, 81, 82, 102, 141, 154, 155; St.
Regis, 47, 98; Ticonderoga, 124,



Index



563



Forts — Continued

178, 183, 295, 319; Col. Ethan

Allen's capture, 258, 293, 294;

Gen. St. Clair's evacuation, 322;

Gen. Burgoyne's capture, 324;

Vrooman, see .Saratoga, 78; William

Hendrick, 44; William Henry, 161;

Massachusetts, Fort, Hist. Soc. 148,

191, 198, 398, 473
Foster, Ezekiel, 150, 166
Fox, Jehiel, 444, 446
Framingham, Eng., 171, 442; Fram-

ingham, Ct., 245, 370
Francis, Col., 324
Francis, Talbot, 292
Francken, Henry Andrew, 243
Franklin, Dr. Benjamin, 54, 146, 276,

468
Fraser, Gen., 326, 330, 357, 358, 359,

360,361,362
French Hoosac, 109
Free Masonry organization, 243
Free Press of Newburyport, Mass.,

424
Free School of Adams, Mass., 383
Free School of Williamstown, Mass.,

see Williams Coll., 382, 383, 385,

432
Freehold Court, 279, 280
Freeman, Isaac, 353, 357
Fremin, Father, 36, 37
French and Indian War, 102, 103, 105,

114, 116, 122, 139, 151, 152, 162,

166, 167, 168, 206, 232, 257, 272
French, Jeremiah, 277
French Revolution, 378, 413
French Walloons (Fort Crailo and

Fort St. Croix), 30, 59
Frothingham, Rev. Ebenezer, 215
Frye, Capt., 227
Fuller, Jonathan, 237; Dr. Josiah,

ejectment case, 282, 286
F'ulton, Robert, 434
F"urnace Brook, 445; Furnace Grove,

227; Furnace Hill, 443



G



Galashields, Scotland, 461

Gale, E. T., 454

Gandawague Village, 36, 44

Garden Association, 425

Garden Day, Williams Coll., 401, 402

Gardner, Abram B., 458; Elder



George, 210, 211; "Gad," 241;
Capt. Caleb, 502; Caleb, Jr., 502;
Mrs. Saniuel, see Barnardus Bratt,
Hoosac Manor, 119

Garfield, Gen. James, 405, 406;
assassination, 480; Harry Augus-
tus, Garfield, 405

Garretson, Rev. Freeborn, 221

Garrison, William Lloyd, 424, 476

Gates, Gen. Horatio, see Saratoga
Battles and Councils of Safety, 36,
318, 355, 357; encampments, 258,
356, 360; plans of attack of
Burgoyne's Army, 359, 362

German Flats, 95; German home-
ranks, 365

Germaine, Lord George, 366, 367

Geronkonte, Sachem, Onondagas,
Iroquois Confederacy, 74, 76

Gettysburgh, Battle, 428

"Giants of the North," 486; "Giants
of the Vale," 476, 496

Gibson, Hamilton, 494

Gibbs, Dr. Caleb, 221, 225

Gideon, Sachem, 98

Gifiord, Elihu, 260, 265; Capt.
Nathan, 260

Gilmore, Capt. George, 256; William,

236, 343
Glacial Period, 4, 6, 481
Gladiolus Fields, 438, 481
Gladden, Rev. Washington, 408, 448,

452, 461
Glastonbury, Vt., 227
Glezen, Levi, 393, 394
Glick, German officer. Col. Baum s

redoubts, 336, 338, 340, 341
"God of Thunder," 106, 513, 525
Gomez, Spanish navigator, 15
Gooding, Elmer, 336; Peter, 240
Goodrich, Jenny Paul, 398; John Z.

70
Goodsell, Rev. Buel, 221
Goodyn, Samuel, 60
Gookin, Daniel, 27
Gordon, Joseph, 440, 441, 445, 446,

448; Stephen, 419
Gould's Farm, 504
Governor Island, 15
Grafton, N. Y., 7, 10; tenantry, 248;

First Baptist Church, 248; Paint

and putty-mills, 438
Grand Committee of Safety, 286, 309
Grant, Anna McVicar, 102
Gravel Day, Williams Coll., 401, 403



564



Index



Graves, Ebenezer, i66; Moses, 1 66,

i68, 191
Great Barrington, Mass., 410
Green, Bryan, 409, 419, 420, 424;

Edward, 233; Joseph, 235; Gen.

Nathaniel, 235; William, 354
Greenbush, N. Y., 30, 34, 59, 91, 11 1;

French Walloon and Dutch Boer

tenantry, no; mills, 234; camp of

Col. Ephraim Williams's Berkshire

Boys (1755), 152, 153
Greenfield, Mass., 185, 199, 443, 449;

Greenfield and Hoosac Tunnel

Railroad Company, 452, 454
Green Island, 77
Green IMountains, iv, vi, i, 8, 47,

444, 471; bed-rock, 454; origin of

name, 321, 322, 468
Green Mountain Boys, 183, 219, 251,

304; first company of militia, 271,

273; muster roll, 275; regiment,

286; service, 427, 428; heroic

statues, 379, 380
Green Mountain settlers, 1749-

1763, 271; Petition to Gov. Moore

N. Y., 277; Petition to King of

Eng., 277, 540, 541, 542
Green Mountain State's Declaration

of Independence, 321
Green Mount Cemetery, 376
Green Mountain Inn, 310
Green River, Mass., 29, 32, 119, 125,

166, 167, 172, 173, 500; Valley, 165,

185,501,506,
Greenwood versus Curtis, 414
Greggs, Col., 331, 332, 335
" Greylock, Godfrey," 500
"Grey-lock," vSachem, 37,39, 46, 47,

49. 53. 98. 114; origm of name, 486
Greylock Range, Taconac System,

4,' 8, 10, 128, 163, 185
Greylock, Mount, 109, 140, 187, 197,

263, 409, 474, 476, 484, 486, 494,

496; base of, 483; summit, 3, 482,

501 ; first towers, 402, 482, 485, 497,

499. 500, 508
Greylock Park Association, 504, 506;

summit purchased, 506; iron tower,

485

Greylock Reservation, 487, 500, 501;
organization, extent, appropria-
tions, and roads, 506, 508

Greylock Village, Alass., 426, 460;
Cotton-mill, 458

Greylock Hall, see Sand Springs, 177



Greylock, Hotel,Williamstown, Mass. ,
170. 173. 179; Tavern, Adams,
Mass., 202, 210

Griffin, Rev. Edward Dorr, 395, 397,
421, 423; Memorial Monument,
400, 427; Hall, 386, 399, 400;
Mount Griffin, 486; Tower, Grey-
lock, 497

Groesbeck, Col. Johannes, 85, 103,
105; Nicholas, 117, 259, 264;
William, 264; Woutcr, 91, 105;
Nancy and Rel)ecca, 86

Grover, Elder Benajah, 221

Giieule, La Grande, 74

Guile, Daniel, 354; Joseph, 237, 354



H



Hadley, Mass., 173

Haight, William, 452

Hale, Col., 324; Edward Everett, 408

Half-Moon (Halve-Maen), iii, 16, 17,
455. 483; Journal, 18

Half-Moon, N. Y. (Waterford),
Patent and Manor, 64, 65; origin of
name, 18

Halifax, N. S., 403

Halstead, Samuel, 260; Miss Hal-
stead, 398

Hall, Gov. Hiland, 229, 264, 267,
272, 274, 279, 281, 293, 494;
Charles Cuthbert, 408; Granville
Stanley, 408; Gordon, 420, 421,
423; Dr. Murraj^ 249

Hallenbeck, Daniel, 232

Hamilton, Alexander, 387

Hammond, Dr. Burton, 246

Hampshire Co., Mass., see Berk-
shire, 146; citizens on Williams
Coll., removal case, 393, 394

Hancock, John, 191, 193

Hancock, Mass., 173, 210, 502;
militia, 327

Hancock, Lake, Vt., 463

Hanover, N. H., 194

Hansen, Johannes, 90, 263

Hard, Gideon, 267

Hardwick, Mass., 204, 211, 213, 215,
216, 418

Harmon, Sergt. Daniel, Inn (Yellow
House), 223, 224, 278, 332

Harrington, Abishai B., 476; Daniel,
200; Silas, 237; Theophilus, 413,
414



Index




Harris, Capt. Israel, see "Veritas,"

295, 296
Harrison, Titus, 172, 198; Capt.

Clement, 149, 191, 203
Hart, John, 262, 263; mills, 438;

Richard P., 452; I. B., 454
Hart's Falls, N. Y., ii, 117, 251, 252,

263, 264, 441, 445; mill-power, 437,

438, 444, 468, 469, 470, 481
Harteau, Henry, 202, 494
Hartford, Ct., 26, 70, 163, 171, 294,

301,444

Hartwell, Dr. Thomas, 243

Harwood, Eleazar, Peter, and Mary,
211, 213, 278; Benjamin, 212, 213;
Zachriah, 224

Hastings, Joseph, 246; Warren, 413

Haswell, Anthony, 226, 372; John C,
476

Hatfield, Mass., 130, 146, 153, 166,
186,382

Hathaway, Albert, 220; Nathaniel,
458; Nicholas, 114, 240; Rufus,
196,203,496

Haupt, H., & Co., 454, 455, 456

Haver Island, 61, 64, 65; American
redoubts (1777), 352, 355

Haverhill, Mass., 69, 76

Haviland, Joseph, Patent, 220; Havi-
land Brook, see Paran Creek, 120,
214, 220; mill, 214, 220, 464,
Haviland Mills, see Sage's City
and North Bennington, Vt., 219;
William Haviland, 220

"Hawkeye" (Falls Quequick scout,
Nathaniel Bumppo-Schipman or
Chipman), 25, 133

Hawkins, Robert, 178, 181

Hawks, Sergt. John, Fort Mass., 130,
131, 132, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142,
143, 144, 249, 528, 529; grave, 143,
151; Eleazer, 140; Gershorm, 130;
Betsey, 249; Edward, 249

Hawley, Lieut. Elisha, 147, 148, 154,
531, 532; Maj. Joseph, 292; Jehiel,
288

Hawthorne, Nathaniel, 185; Ameri-
can Note-Book, 202, 381, 403, 448,
486, 496, 497, 498; Ethan Brand,
448, 449, 499; Tangleivood Tales
and Wonder-Book, 403

Hayden, machinist, 196

Hayes, Rutherford B., 348

Haynes, Daniel (Black Hawk), 498,
i 499; Philip, 244



"Haystack Prayer-meeting," 424,

425
"Haystack Monument," 409, 411,

425, 426
Hazen, Pdchard, 69, 70, 79, 120, 163,

187, 206; Mount Hazen, 69, 163,



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