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171
Heartt, J. C, 454

Helderberg Mountains, iv, 22, 47, 88
Helling, Capt. William, 78, 233
Hell's-gate, 12, 470
Hemingwa}^ Abby, 496
Hemlock, Glen Road, 397, 492;

Brook, 167, 170, 173; Cemetery,

183, 194
Henderson, Caleb, 219, 287; Nelson,

246; John and George (Hessians)

366; Henderson's storehouse, Old

Stockbridge, Mass., 365
Hendrick, Emperor, 93, 94, 97;

Schoharie (Bear) Tract, 95; death

155, 156
Hendricksen, Tyman, 11 1
Henry, Lieut. William, 214, 219, 278,

284; Henry's Bridge, see Irish

Corners and Riverside; Patrick,

219
Herbin, Lieut., 8
Herkimer, Gen. Nicholas, 354
Herrick, Col. Samuel, Tavern, 223,

296, 2>2^, 324, 375; capture of Alaj.

Philip Skene (i775). 298, 301;

Vermont Rangers (1777), 323. 337.

338, 340- 342, 371 . , ^ ,
Herring fisheries, see tish Lreek, 436
Hessians' Memorial Monument, 229,

346
Hibbard, Rev. Ithamar, 215
Hilete (Alice), 65
Hill, Capt., 227; Caleb, 244
Hillis, Rev. Newell Dwight, 430
Hinds, Ezekiel, 210
Hinman, Aaron B., 263; Reuben, 190;

Capt. Hinman, Fort Ticonderoga

(1775), 304, 306, 307^
Hinsdill, Deacon Joseph, 221; Hms-

dillville, Cotton-mill, 446
Hintersass, Johann, 366
Hiscox, William, 235
Hitchcock, Capt., 154; Prof. Charles

H., 496; Hon. S., 372; Nathaniel

132
Hoag (Hogg), Asa, 260; Abraham,

Amos, Jonathan, and Stephen, 262
Hobart, Col., 337, 34i



566



Index



Hobbamocko; see Devil and Fiend
of Calamity, 8, 9, 12, 20, 32, 39, 40,
53, 106, 483

Hochelaga, iii, 20

Hodge, Otis, 444, 458, 460; Samuel,
236

Hoffman Station, N. Y., 37

Hogg, Barent (Hoag), 231, 233

Hogle (Van Hogleboom), Francis, 241

Holbrook, Jr., Josiah, 199, 200;
capture of Hessians, 191

HoUister, J. S., 228

Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 457, 486;
Isaac, Nathaniel, 287

Holson, Capt., 140

Home Missions, 412

Hooesac, River and Valley, 78, 109,
115, 230, 234, 235; Hooesac Pass,
438; Rensselaerwyck Manor, Abe-
nakis title-deeds "(1637), 61

Hoosacs, see Coosacs, vSoquonsacs,
and Abenakis Democracy; Can-
tons of Hoosacs (Owl-Bears) 52;
sachems, 61, 81; Owl Soquon, 471;
religious shrines, 483; burial-fields,

255
Hoosacs' hunting-grounds, 14, 19,

483

Hoosac and Mohawk War, Soquon's
victory over Kryn's Mohawks,
36, 37. 38, 43. 44. 45. 88, 98

Hoosac Pass, viii, I, 3, 36, 61, 109,
114, 118, 124, 131, 140, 471, 483,
494; Adams Pass, 185; Pownal
Pass, 135, 141, 143, 433

Hoosac Highlands, 497, 501, 504,
506

Hoosacs' Mountain (Forbidden), iii,
II, 28, 36, 43, 128, 130, 140, 185,
186, 193, 392, 412; war-trail and
stage-roads, 211, 432, 434, 448,
454; two crests, 454, formative
rocks, 454

Hoosacs' Lake District, 7, 10, 61, 230,
248, 481; geology, 388; rye and
flax industries, 230

Hoosac Valley, iii, i, 29, 43, 47, 97,
106, 120, 122, 124, 126, 152, 249,
294, 481, 482, 494, 495; ancient
names, 518-520; origin of name,
134; roads, 90, 141, 147, 178;
settlements, 205; defences, 125;
mill-power and progressive era,
450-481

Hoosac River, 5, 6, 12, 28, 66, 68, 69,



70, 84, 115, 120, 163, 171, 352, 353,
432, 455- 477. 493; the Orontes of
Western Hemisphere, 409, 430, 510;
branches and Abenakis names, 518-
520

Hoosac Patent (Dutch and French
Hoosac) (1688), Canis's Report, 11;
proprietors, 71, 83, 112; bounds,
84, 114; copy, 72, 73; great lots,
117, 118, 251, 263; manors, 109;
tenantry, 230, 231, 233; military
districts, 235, 236, 261; Schaghti-
coke sachems title-deeds, 37 (1707)

Hoosac townships (English and Irish),
first surveys (1739 and 1749), 45,
56, 69; Schaghticoke-Stockbridge
title-deeds, 151; Hoosacs' Meadow
(Fort Mass.) challenged, 144, 146,

535. 536

Hoosac Canal, 451

Hoosac Tunnel, 450, 452, 453, 458,
471 ; promoters, 442, 450; headings,
excavations, 454; rock-cutting and
boring machines, 455, 456; line of
tunnel, 457; Eastern Portal, 455,
456; Western Portal, 453, 455, 457,
472; West Shaft, 455; Central Shaft
455, 456; final blast, 457; opening,

457

Hoosac, N. Y., 225, 233, 340, 442,
498; town-meeting and proprietors,
241, 242; "4. Corners Inn," 243,
245, 250; First Baptist Church,
236; post-office, 243; roads and
bridges, 243; flax industries, 444

Hoosac Falls, N. Y., Ii, 230, 231,

427, 437. 443. 445. 454. 467. 468,
471, 478; incorporated, 448; manu-
factures, 467, 468; churches, 478;
schools, 480; street railway, 470
Hoosac Junction, N. Y., 11, 112, 458
Hoosac Valley Electric Street Rail-
way, 470, 475
Hoosac Valley Park, 190, 475
Hopkins, Prof. Albert, 10, 203, 408,
424, 425, 429, 493, 500; Louise
Payson, 502; Lieut, Edward Pay-
son, 502; graves, 427, 502; Natural
Sciences, 399, 403; astronomical
observatory, 400, 401 ; meteoro-
logical observatory, 402, 497, 500;
Alpine Club, 503; essays, 425, 504;
grave, 427, 504
Hopkins, Benjamin, 314; Rev. Henry,
405, 408, 427; Dr. Lemuel, 371



Index



567



Hopkins, Rev. Mark, 319, 395, 396,

398, 400, 404, 405, 410, 425, 426;

Memorial Hall, 406, 407
Hopkins, Col. Mark, 410
Hopkins, Rev. Samuel, 32, 67, 119,

409, 410; Hopkinsianism, 416, 417,

418; Stephen, 287; Maj. Wait, 287
Hopkins, Alount, 476
Hopkins (Mark) Training School,

472
Hopkinton Society (Adventist) 418
"Hopper" Amphitheatre, 503, 506,

508; Hopper Brook, 166, 173, 175,

500; Hopper Mills, 497
Hopper's Wampanoag Mineral

Springs, see Sand Springs, 471
Horicons canton, see Lake George,

17, 24, 26, 158
Horsford, John, 210, 273; Josiah,

168, 171, 173; William, 168, 170,

180; Stephen, 171, 178
Horton, Alexander, 475
Hosack, Dr. David, 387
Hossett, Gillis, 61
"Hostead, " Knickerbacker Mansion,

252,253
Hough, Rev. Benjamin, 221, 245,

290
Houghton, Albert C, 473; Andrew J.,

473
Housatonac River and Valley, 2, 28,

29. 30, 32, 47. 108, 125; Abenakis

names, 67, 520-522
"House of Peace," 75
Howe, Lord, 105, 307
Howe, Gen. (1777), 324, 326, 354,

366, 367
Hoyt, Gen. E., 126, 529
Hubbardton Battle, Vt., 324
Hubbell, Aaron, 345; Elnathan, 218,

278,287
Hudson, Age, see Ordovican, 8;

Bay, 19; River, 66, 516, 518;

Valley, 352, 353, 390, 495; Patents,

37; turnpikes, 434; railroads, 457
Hudson, Henry, iii, 12, 16, 19, 205
Hudson, Gent., Dr. Seth, 150, 166,

167, 168, 170, 205, 210, 211, 232
Hull, Daniel, 234, 235, 240, 246;

Dr. Emerson, 246; Rev. Justus,

246, 248, 250; Gen. William, 378
Hunter, Gov., 95, 96; James, Sr.,

445, 461
Huntington, Ct., 370
Huntington, Dr. Daniel, 220



Hurd, Amos, 196, 387; Jedediah,

186, 190, 191, 192, 200
Huron-Mohawk {Mingos), 26, 34, 430
Hutchins, Thomas, 70
Huyck, Jan, 115, 119,233



Ida, Lake, 7

Idle River, Eng., 205

Idle Wild Inn, 197

Ilchester, Earl, 274

Independence, Mount, 397

Indians, see Abenakis and Iroquois,

511-525
"Indian-cellar," 107
Indian Commissioners, 45, 48
"Indian Hill," 29
Indian names, 511-525
Indians in U. S., 430
"Indian Square," 470
Industrial Independence, 432, 435
Ingersoll, Capt., 154; Councillor, 281
Ingoldsby, Maj. -Gen., 75; Gov.

Richard, 90
"Inner Hopper," 503, 506
Internal Revenue, 457
International Code, Law Reform, 399
"Irish Corners," see Riverside,

Bennington, Vt., 214, 282, 375
Iron Industries, 444, 445
Iroquois Confederacy, see Six

Nations, 16, 22, 27, 31, 44, 52, 93;

cantons and names, 511, 522-525
Irving, Washington, 92, 268, 269,

299, 389, 390; musings on Death,

488, 490, 495
Ives, Prof., 387



Jackson, N. Y., 7, 267

Jackson, Gen., 421

Jackson, Helen Hunt, 502

James II., 62, 71, 84

Jansen, Roelof , 92 ; Jacobus, 1 1 1

Jefferson, Thomas, 198, 442, 445

Jenkins, Charles, 392; Rev. J. J., 3^2

Jennings, Rev. Isaac, 204, 216, 476,

494, 546, 547
Jennys, W., 182
Jericho, Mass., 93
"Jersey Slick," see Isaac Tichenor,

219
Jesuit Fathers, 36, 43, 44, 74, "4



568



Index



Jewett, Samuel, 224; Lieut. Thomas,

205, 210, 279, 282, 342
Jewett's Cobble (Baum's Height),

336
Jewish Synagogue, 427
Johannes, Emperor, Alinsi Race, 93,

95
"Johnny-cake Hills, " 109
Johnson, Elias, 454; Isaac C, 468;

Prof. Isaiah Y., 266; Jacques, 267;

John, 232; Sylvander, 458; William

Samuel, 277
Johnson, Gen. William, 146, 152, 153,

154. 155, 156, 157, 161
Johnson Hill burial-field, 167, 170
Johnsonville, N. Y., 332, 426, 458
Jones, Electa F., 22, 30, 511, 513
Jones, Sr., Col. Elisha, 187, 190;

Capt. Elisha, Jr., 191, 192; David,

326; Josiah, 120; Nathan, 187, 191
Jones, Dea. Israel, 190, 191, 194, 200,

203, 382, 393, 394
Jones's Nose, Greylock Range, 506
Jordan, Capt., 81; Thomas, 353
Jorise, Capt. Adriaen, 60
Journal of Geology, 504
Journal of the Times, 425
Joy, Benjamin and Charles, 438, 468
Judson, Rev. Adoniram, 420, 423
Judson, Rev. Dr. Edward, 423
Juet, Robert, 16

K

Kalm, Peter, 97

Kanamoack, Sachem, Alinsi Race, 61

Kaskekouke, see Skatecook, 55, 134

Kayonderossera Tract, see Schuy-
lerville Tract, 37, 66

Keach, Capt. Abram, 250

Keene, N. H., 170, 187

Keeperdo, Sachem, see Hoosac
Abraham, 98, 136

Keith, George, 445, 446

Kellogg, Benjamin, 170; Prof. Ebe-
nezer, 176,402; Joseph, 173; Sam-
uel, 173, 174, 180, 198, 382, 387,
502

Kemble, Fanny, 500

Kemp, John Tabor, 278, 281, 282,
286

Kent, Ct., 107, 180

Kenyon, Nathaniel, 260

Kinaquarione, last battle-ground,
Hoosac and Mohawk War, 35

Kinderhook Vahej^ 7, 31, 434



King George's War, see Shirley's
War, 76, 78, 79, 100, 114, 148, 153

King Philip's War, see Metcom, 83

King William's War, 83, no, 112, 155

Kingsley Place, 184, 190; Abisha
Kinglsey, 212

Kingsley, Charles, 358

Kingston, N. Y., in

Kingston, R. I., 442

Kinte-Kaye, see Hobbamocko, 77,

103, 134, 138
Kipp, Ignacc, 91, 255, 286, 488
Kitsmac, 8, 15, 20, 30, 41
Kittlehuyne Massacre, 100, loi
Knickerbacker, Johannes Van Ber-
gen, 91, 92; Herman Jansen, 91,
96, 104; Bible (1682), 102; Capt.
Johannes ist, 43, 83, 88, 89, 91,
93. 96, 103, 104, 105, 117, 118;
Col. Johannes 2d, 56, 87, 105, 252,
256, 267, 268, 269, 270, 488; Bible,
and church-bell, 252, 254; 14th
N. Y. Regiment, 258, 311, 312, 313,
361; portraits, 270, 490; Col.
Johannes, 3d, 264, 267, 268, 452;
Abram, 268; Herman Jansen
(Prince), 264, 268, 270, 488; Col.
William, see "Nigger Whipper, "
30, 86, 267, 552; Joseph Foster,
see "Poet of the Vale," Knicker-
backer Homestead, 56, 102, 495,
507; William H., 107
Knickerbacker Cemetery, 107, 490
Knowlton, Thomas, 132, 138, 139,

142
Kosciusko, Thaddeus, 352, 355, 356
Kreigger, Col. WiUiam, 115; Juria
Kreigger Colony, 69, 114, 115, 118,
121, 135, 137, 167; mills, 210, 231
232; Hans Kreigger, 210, 232, 255;
John, Peter, and William, 173, 175,

I77>I99.232
Kreigger Rock Neighborhood, see

North Pownal, Vt., 6, 28, 114, 122,

169,467
Krol, Rev. Sebastian, 61
Kryn, Sachem, Maquaas Race, 32, 34,

36, 37, 39. 43. 74. 114; Caugh-

nawagas (St. Francois), 53, 71,

75. 157; death, 47



L



Ladd, Edgar P., 239, 240, 241 ; Hiram,
240



Index



569



La Fayette, Gen., 202, 378, 494, 495
La Force, Sieur, 133, 137
Laggan, Scotland, 273
Lake, Hendrick, 261, 332; Robert,

115, 332; Rev. William, 245
Lake Ashawagh (Pownal Pond), 493
Lake Champlain (Lake Corlaer), 37,

133.147,294
Lake Corlaer, see Van Corlaer, 46
Lake George, 37, 154, 204; Battle

145-161
Lake Long, 10, 248, 481
Lake Onota, 30, 486
Lake Pontoosac, 186
Lake Saratoga, see Fish Creek and

Saratoga.
Lake St. Sacrement, 100, 153, l6l
Lamb, Abigail, 460
Landslides, 503, 504
Lanes'uoro, Mass., 167, 171, 266, 327,

38-, 399, 442, 506
Langaon, John 322
Lansing, Henry, 65; Jacob Abraham,

256; John, 291; Peter, 353
Lansingburgh, N. Y., 7, 30, 248, 258,

263, 437
La Prairie Village, 44, 75, 307
Lassell's Gjminasium, 401
Law Reform, 398, 399
Laurentian Highlands, 4
La Volterie, Lieut., 136
Lawton, Elizabeth and Joseph, 260
Lebanon, Mounts of, 409
Learned, Gen., Battle of Saratoga,

362
Lee, Gen., 428; Joel, 452; Parson, 370
Leggett, Gabriel and Isaac, 354
Leicester, Mass., 393
Lenape- Wyandotte Races, see Algon-
quin Race, 511
Lenape, Lenni-, see Unami Race,

20, 22, 52, 55, 483
Lenox, Mass., 342, 392
Lespinard, Antonic, 66
Letcher, Cornelius, 233, 234, 235,

248; Hendrick, 119, 233
Letter Post, 266
Lewis, Abraham and Augustus, 235;

Morgan, 364
Lexington, Battle of, 179, 192, 290,

291
Leyden, Holland, 59, 205
Liberated Slave, 424
Liberian Colony, 422
Lievens, Harmon, 65



Limekilns, 462

Lincoln, Abraham, 427; General, 200,

347
Lipp-incoW s Mag., 347
Literary shrines, 482
Litchfield, Ct., 163, 171, 172, 173,

.371, 418
Little, Rev. Woodbridge, 382
"Little boy Joe," 498
Little Hoosac, 7, 8, 84, 109, 124, 125,

246, 438, 481
Livermore, Capt. Samuel, 163, 170
Livingston, Edward, 398; Capt.

Henry, 81, loi; Philip, 78, 91;

Robert, 11, 65, 66, 70, 398, 434
Lloyd, Dr. S. Louis, see Sand Springs,

177, 471

Lockport, N. Y., 450, 451

Lon, Jan C. N., 228

London, Eng., 94, 467; London Colo-
nization Society, 422; London
Documents, 62

Londonderry, Ireland, 67, 219, 436;
Londonderry, N. H., 351

Longueuil, Canada, 307

Loomis, Harvey, 409, 419, 422

Lords of Trade, 104, 274

Lossing, Benson J., 436

Lottery tickets, 282, 383

Lotze's philosophy, 504

Louis XIV., King of France, 71

Louisburgh, N. S., see Fort "Gibral-
tar," 80, 208

Lounsbury, Thomas, 263, 264, 265

Loups, 25, 516

Lovatt, John, 210; Samuel, 132, 433

Lovelace, Gov. Francis, 43, 44, 65;
Gov. John, 90

Low, Capt., Volunteers, 329

Lowell, Mass., 441

Lowell, John, 70

Loyalists, see Tories, 341, 342

Lutherans, 230, 231, 246

Lydius, Col., 151; John H., 81

Lyman, Lieut.-CoL, 153, 154, 157;
Joseph, 392

Lyon, Mary, 397

M

Mabie, Hamilton Wright, 494

Mack, Dominie, 98

Mackay, ^neas and Samuel, 384

Mackimoodus, 106

Madison, Dolly, 270



570



Index



Madison, James, 152, 268, 445
Maessen, Hendrick, see Van Buren,

III
Mague, 106

Mahicans, ii, vi, 10, 22, 23, 24, 32,
39, 41, 46, 52, 62, 88, 428, 482, 483,
511-522
Manchester, N. H., 333, 351; Man-
chester, Vt., 28, 29, 204, 343, 476
Manconttanshal, Sachem, 61
MandoHn, Tom, 254, 268
Manorlands of Hoosac Valley, 64
Manning, Capt. John,62; John H., 467
Manitou (Good Spirit), 18, 53, 134,

483-513
Manitou-aseniah (Spirit-stones), 6,

8, 41, 64, 115, 116
Manitoulin burial-field, see Tawa-

sentha, 41, 106
Mather, Rev. Cotton, vi, 218
Matthew, The Tory, 206, 224, 225
Matthew, Capt., House, 342, 345
Mapleton,_N. ¥.,233,245, 290,438, 480
Maps, xxiii, xxiv, 21, 23, 63
Maquon, Hero, iv, 15, 16, 18, 22, 24,

25, 28, 29, 34, 39, 45, 48, 49, 53, 55,

65, 66, 74, 84, 515, 516
March Cataract, 503
Marcy, Moses, 170
Marin, Col. M., 80, 81, 82
Marsh, Lieut. -Gov. Joseph, 373
Marshall, Chief -Justice, 394; Abram

Marshall house, 353; Father, 216,

418
Marvin, Capt. Ebenezer, 282, 286
Massachusetts, iv, 24, 62, 70; Mass,

Board of Education, 471; Mass.

Mission Society, 421; Massachu-
setts Sentmel, 382
Masterlandt, Holland, 92, 488
Maurice, Prince, 60
Mauritius River, 60, 517
Mawwehu, Sachem, 46, 47, 49, 97,

98, 107, 108
Mayflower, ship, 24, 59, 483
Mayoonsac River, 28, 68, 69, 127,

150, 184, 186, 199, 442, 459, 460,

472,496,519
McCosh, Dr. James, 381
McCrea, Jane, massacre, 326
McCullough, Gov. John G., 458
McGilligan, Father, 426
McGinnis, Capt., 155, 157
McKinley, William, 196, 462, 473,

474. 475



McVicar, Lieut. Duncan, 261, 272,

273,286
Meacham, Jonathan, 166; William

M., 169
Meack, Dr. Jacob, 173, 435
Mechanicsville, N. Y., 258, 437, 458,

470
Mellen, Peter, iii; William, farm,

336, 346; Thomas, 340, 343, 344
Mellen Bridge, 335
Memoirs of an Americafi Lady, see

Anna McVicar-Grant
Merrimac River, Mass., 499
Merritt, C. N., 454; Charles H., 480
Metcom, Sachem, 46
Mey, Capt. Cornelius Jacobsen, 19,

59

Miami hunting-grounds, 39, 98

Michaelous, Dominic. 20

Middlebury, Coll., Vt., 296, 420

Middletown, Ct., 215

Mill Centres of Hoosac Valley, 437

Mills, Sr., Rev. Samuel J., 389, 410

Mills, Jr., Samuel J., see Haystack
Prayer-meeting a7id Missions, 266,
389, 408, 409, 410, 411, 419, 420,
421, 422, 423, 427, 431; Mills Park,
see Mission Park, 425

Miller, Rev. Alexander, 216, 418;
Col. Samuel, 163

Miller River, Mass., 451

Mills, Prof. R. F., 179

Mingos, 31, 49

Minichqua, Sachem, 22, 24, 86, 512

Minot, James, 163

Minsi Race (Wolves), 22, 25, 511,

513-515
" Minute Men, " 179, 192, 3i3- 538-540
Missions, Foreign, 409, 410, 411, 420,

42 1 , 425 ; Home, 412, 42 1 , 422, 424
Mission Monument, see "Haystack

Monument, " 409, 41 1
Mission Park, see Mills Park, 409, 411,

427, 594
Mississippi Valley, 40, 98
Missisquoi River, Vt., 98
Mitchell, Dr. Jno., 63, 271; Samuel

L. Mitchell, 387
Mnoti, 53

Modoc, advent of, 14
Moenemines Castle, iv, 25, 27, 31,

43, 61, 64, 65
Mogg Megone, Sachem, 77
Mohawks, iii, 19, 24, 43, 52, 55, 62,

88, III, 428, 429, 511, 522-525



Index



571



Mohawk River and Valley, 31, 65,

119, 247, 352, 434, 451, 522-525
Mohegoneck River, 26, 108, 512, 516
Money Brook, see Hopper, 500, 501,

502
Monitor, iron-clad, 444
Monongahela River, 156
Montague, John, 214, 418; Samuel,

214, 216, 218
Montcalm, Gen., 364
Montesquieu's Spirit of Laws, vi,

368
Montgomery, Gen. Richard, 307
Montreal, Canada, iii, 81, loi, 307,

376, 457
Montressor, Col. James, 353
Motiument Mountain, 8, 28, 46, 120,

522
Moravians, 29, 84, 98, 116
Morris Academy, Ct., 419
Morris, Frederick, 120; Gouverneur,

355. 356; Hamilton, 193; Lewis R.,

377; Dr. Philip Van Ness, 266;

Robert, 355
Moodus, 8, 10, 20, 31, 483
Moody Bridge (River Bend Ford),

29, 127,177
Moon Hollow, 70, 163
Moore, Gov. Henry, 276, 277. 278,

542, 543
Moore, Rev. Zephaniah vSwift, 226,

392, 393- 394, 395- 396- 397; Lieut.

Judah, 226, 393
Moore, Thomas, 40, 41, 390, 481, 486
Moor, Rev. Thoroughgood, 93
Moreau, N. Y., 223
Morgan, Gen. Daniel, 357, 358, 359,

360
IVIorgan, Gilbert, 267; William R.

218
Mormons, 418
Morra, Dav., 270
Moses, Dr. Salmon, 243
"Mother Anne," see Queen Anne, 95
Mott, Capt. Edward, 295, 296, 298,

304
Mountain Day, Williams Coll., 401,

402, 403, 504
Mowbray, Prof. George, 455
Muir, John, 482
Mumford, Thomas, 294
Munroe, John, 273, 286
Munsell, Hezekiah, 249
Murphy, Timothy, 361
Murray, Col. John, 187, 191



N



Nach-a-quick-quack, 84

Nack-te-nack, 64

Nana Apen-Ahican Creek, 28, 46

Nanfan, Lieut. -Gov. John, 76

Narragansetts, 26, 46, 50, 52, 55

Narrington, Peace of, 32

Natural Bridge, 28; Natural Dam,

Lake Bascom, 6, 135
Nawaas, 23, 24
Nawanemit, vSachem, 61
Negro slaves, 416; missionaries, 410;

festivals, 414, 415
Neilson, John, 353
Nelson, John, 420
Nepimore Vale (Shingle Hollow), 109,

118, 237, 438, 519
Nesbit, Robert, 196
New Amsterdam, 31, 59
New Antioch, Western Hemisphere,

411,425,510
Newark, N. J., 397, 421, 422
New Ashford, Mass., 171, 327,506
New Brunswick, N. S., 403
Newburyport, Mass., 410
"New Connecticut" (Vt.), 321
Newell, Samuel, 420, 423
New England, iii, 60, 88, 184, 322,

341- 399- 481
New England Magazine, 205, 410, 486
New Framingham, Mass., 171
New France (Canada), iii, 34, 124,

152

New Hampshire Grants, iv, 167

New Haven, Ct., 171, 412

New Lebanon vSprings, N. Y., 153,

177,231,416,432, 434
"New Lights" (Separates), 214, 215,

216
New London, Ct., 26, 237
NewMilford, Ct., 171
New Netherlands, iii, vi, 23, 24, 32,

34, 44, 45, 58, 60, 62, 92, 102, 423
Newport, R. L, 188, 410
New Schaghticoke (Kent), Ct., 55,

98, 107
Newton, Ct., 295; Newton, Mass., 67
New York Colony, 44, 62; New York

City, 112, 121, 421, 434, 462, 467,

468
New York Everting Post, 432; New

York Hist. Soc. and Library, 102,

392

Niagara Falls, 4



572



Ind



ex



Nichols, Rev. Caleb, 221, 224

Nichols, Col., N. H., Reg. 78, 337, 340

Nicolls, Col. Richard, 34, 62, 115;
George, 115

Nicholas, Father, 36; William, 115

Nicholson, Gen. Francis, 78, 94;
Fort, 78

" Nigger-Whippers, " 414

Niles, Jonathan, 188, 221; Rev.
Solomon, 410; Rev. Dr. Nathaniel,
324, 410, 435, 436; George, 220,
221; Dr. Louis Edward, 485

Nims, Elisha, 130, 203

Niskayuna, N.^Y., 15

Nitro-glycerine, 455

Noble, Capt. Eli, 224, 279, 286, 295,
338; Capt. Enoch, 329; Judge
Daniel, 244, 451; Rev. Daniel, 180,

382, 383. 387, 392, 393. 394, 414;
Dai:iel, 244; Sylvester, 244, 245,
480
Norfolk Co., Va., 376; Norfolk, Ct.,

384
Normal College (North Adams),

Mass., 473
Norman's Kill, N. Y., 28
Norridgewock, Me., 76
Norris, Mary, 421
North Adams, Mass., first surveys

(1739-1749). 69, 162, 184, 186, 191,

199, 200, 201, 294, 387, 427, 442,

443, 445, 451, 452, 453, 45^, 459,
468, 470, 473, 481, 487, 496, 506;
incorporation, 472; churches, 185,
195, 196. 472; schools, 198, 472,
473; library, 148; inns, 185, 201,
202, 448, 498; manufactures, 458

Northampton, Mass., 392, 393, 434

North Bennington, Vt., 214, 219, 494;
churches, 427, 464, 478; manu-
factures, 466

North Egremont, N. Y., 157

North Farm, 224

Northfield (Squakeag), Mass., 46,
48, 70, 114, 140, 187, 484

North Hoosac, N. Y., 454

North Pownal, Vt., 121, 137, 480

Northrup, Jonathan, 237

Northwest Hill, 70, 295

Norton, Rev. John, 131, 132, 138,
139, 140, 141; Journal, 144, 529;
grave, 142; Blount, 506

Norton, Jos., 228, 464

Norwich, Eng., 145; Norwich, Ct.,
213,216



Notch Valley and Brook, 186, 187,

200, 496, 497, 443, 506
Nott, Rev. Samuel, 420, 423
Nyack Bay, N. Y., 34
Nye, James W., 249



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Oakes's Flora of Vt., 389

O'Brien Patent, 274

Ochserantogue Tract (Saratoga), ~6,

31,43,64
CEta, Mount (Mason Hill), Vt., 9,

136,493
Ohio Valley, 39, 98, 443
Old Hundred, 2T,y
"Old Lights," 214
Old Schaghticoke, N. Y., 83-108
Old South Church, 382
"Old Yellow House," 223, 224
Olin, Giles, 220, 227, 445; Judge, 267
Olive Branch, ship, 378
Onakee Hill, 29
Onderkirk, Cornelius, 65; Jacob, 115,

117, 233, 341; Oldert, 65, 231
Onetho, 484, 509, 513, 525
Onion River (Winooski), Vt., 288, 373
Onota, see Lakes.
Onondagas, Antinathin-Enanthayon-

ni Races, 53; Council, 74
Ontarios, 100
Oothout, Jan, iii, 115, 117; Hans

Reiner, 1 1 5
Orcombreight, Sachem, Stockbridges,

29, 415, 416

Ordovician Age, 8

Origins in William stowti, 125, 126,

132, 139, 140, 143, 144, 145, 152,

153, 155, 156, 169, 174, 381, 525,

526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531, 532,

533, 534, 535, 536, 537, 53^, 543-

544
Origins of Indian names, 511-525
Oriskany, victory of, 354, 356
Ormond, Duke of, 94
Orontes River, Old Antioch, Syria,

409, 510
Osborne, Capt. Thomas, 250
Osceola, Sachem, 49, 97
Oswald, Capt., 300
Otis, Col. James, 187, 191
Otley, Prof., 388
Otter Creek, Vt., 112, 133
Outlawry Act, N. Y., 288
Owens, Abel, 248



Index



573



Owl Kill Valley, N. Y., v, 8, go, 109,
11^, 123, 136, 243, 252, 256, 257,
332 ; industries, 438, 440

Oxford, N. H., 194



Paensick Kill, N. Y., 66
Paep-Sikenekomtas, Sachem, 61
Page, Dr. William, 180, 315
Paine, Thomas, 372, 413, 416, 417
Pakard, Theophilus, 393
Palmer, Father, 216, 418
Pan, Jim and Hen, 107, 108
Pan-Hoosac (Lansingburgh, N. Y.),

28
Panther, Wyandotte, 326
Paper-Mill Village (Bennington Falls),

464
Paran Creek (Haviland Brook), 120,

214, 220
Park, Luther, 228; Rev. Paul, 216,

418; Trenor W., 228, 458, 464
Parker, Capt. Enos, 192, 193, 329;

Capt. Didmus, 193; Giles, 193;

Oliver, 190, 193, 199, 200; Linus,

329, 342

Parkman, Francis, 55, 134
Parsippary Negro Missionary School,

422
Parsons, Al^raham, see Uncle Abe-

thc-Bunter, 415, 416, 417
Parsons, Col. Samuel H., 294; Seth,

443. 445, 448; Theophilus, 70
Partridge, Col. Oliver, 162, 166, 168,

186, 187; Dr. Oliver, 342
Pass-Apenock Island, 28
Passaconawav, Sachem, 23, 24, 25,

31,46
Passquassic Patent (Greenbush), 66
Patchin, Dr. Aaron Drake, 243
Patroons of Dutch Hooesac and

Hoosac, 118, 238
Patterson, Col. John, 180, 332
Paul, Truman, 198, 398
Pausch, Capt., Battery, 358
Pawtucket, Mass., 24
Payne, Samuel, 1 72
Peace of Paris, 126
Pelham, Mass., 67
Pennacooks, Soqui-Minsi Races, iii,

iv, 23, 24, 31, 37, 46, 47, 50, 52

55, 88, 98
Penobscot Castle 32, 151
Penock (Concord, N. H.), 24, 46



' Pepperell, Gen. William, 80, 206, 208

Perry, Prof. Arthur Latham, 128,

142, 146, 147, 158, 160, 203, 408,

427, 503
Perry, Bliss, 180; Grace, 182; John,

132, 141, 142, 143, 147, 169
Peters, Col., 241, 326, 330, 337
Peters, Gen. Absalom, 412; Rev.

Absalom, 219, 412, 413, 422, 476;

Rev. Hugh, 322, 412; Rev. Samuel,

322
Petersburgh, N. Y., 119, 141, 197,

230, 231, 438; town-meeting, 246,

247, 248
Petersburgh Junction, (Hoosac)

N. Y., 118, 167, 233,458
Petaguanset Treaty, 49, 50
Petonboque, 55, 112
Pequots (Turkeys), Unalachti-Minsi

Races, iii, 24, 46, 52, 55, 107
Pequot War, 28
Phelps, Col. John W., 427
Phelps, Capt. Noah, 295, 296, 298,



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