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302
Philadelphia, Penn., 39, 397, 434,

474
Philip, Gen., 359
Philip's, King, War, 26, 46, 47, 48,

49, 50
Philologian Society, 386
Philotechnian Society, 386, 389, 392
Phipps, Lieut. -Gov. Spencer, 151,

163, 168, 169, 170
Phcebe Brook, 416
Phoenix Mills, 200
Picquet, Abbe Frangois, 80
Pidgeon, Daniel, 449
Pierce, William, 452
Pierron, Father, 36
Pilgrim Church, 59, 205
Pinxster Festival, 415, 416
Piscawen Kill, N. Y., 65
Pishgachticok (Schaghticoke), 55
Pitcairn, Maj., 291
Pittsburgh, Penn., 467
Pittsfield, Mass., 146, 177, 199, 328,

382, 384, 386, 393, 397, 448, 449,

452, 470, 471, 486, 506
Pittsfield Gymnasium, 399
Pittsford, Vt., 279, 296
Pittstown, N. Y., Patents, 10, 244,

255, 256; town-meeting, 265;

churches, 259, 260; inns, 265; in-
dustries, 434, 438
Plainfield, Ct., 418



574



Index



Plank, Jacob Albertzen, 6i, no
Piatt, the stage-driver, 486, 497
Plattsburgh, N. Y., 250
Plunkett, Gen. W. C, 458, 461
Pomeroy, Lieut. -Col. Seth, 154, 157;

Rufus, 420; Thaddeus, 392
Pompanac, pumpkin-fields, 29, 47
Pontoosac (Pittsfield), Mass., 30, 67,

147. 522

Poor, Gen., 359

Porter, Dr. William, 332, 387

Porter, William D., 400, 406, 497;
Captain, 154

Portsmouth, Eng., 226; Portsmouth,
N. H., 210, 281

Post, Dr., Post's Corners, 266

Post Road inns, 244

Potic Village, N. Y., 47

Potomac River, 434

Potter, Amos, 262, 272; Maj. John,
233, 236, 244; Bishop Horatio, 478

Poultney River, N. Y., 136

Powell, Jeremiah, 348

Pownall, John, 64; Gov. Thomas, 210

Pownal, Vt., 61, 69, 167, 169, 187,
205, 322, 365, 412, 432, 438, 439,
451, 467, 493; charter, 118, 167,
226, 231; town-meeting, 210;
churches, 211, 221, 480; militia,
274, 279, 280

Pownal Centre, Vt., 470, 471

Pow-wow, Schaghticokes, 103

Pratt, "Bill," the saw-buck philo-
sopher, 402; Silas, 150, 166, 171,
210; William, 171; Samuel and
Timothy, 211, 213

Prendergast, William, 255

Prentiss, Elizabeth Payson, 502

Prescott, Gen., 308

Preston, Ct., 418

"Prince of Erie," 467

"Prince" Knickerbacker, 268, 269

Prindle, Charles (River Bend Tav-
ern), 171

Privateering, 387

Proctor, Redfield, 310; H. F. Proctor,
Mansion, 168

Prohibition laws, 45, 179

Prospect Range, 500, 506

Providence, R. I., 180, 195, 442

Provincial Congress, N. Y., 306, 314

Pruyn, Frank, 93

Pubui (hatchet), 53

Pudding-stone Cliffs (Weeping
Rocks), 36



Pumpkin Hook (White Creek), N. Y.

29, 97; mill centre, 437, 440, 445
Puritans, 59
Putnam, Asa, 181; Henry W. 228;

Gen. Israel, 291, 307, 420; Peter

vSchuyler, 266, 291, 420; John Pope

266, 291; Perley, 182



Q



Quackenbosch (Quackenl)ush), Adri-

ance and Wouter, 91; Johannes,

117, 233, 259; Sybrant, 105, 255
Quakers (Society of Friends): Adams,

196, 197, 442, 474; Cambridge, 262,

263; Pittstown, 260
Quebec, Canada, 76, loi, 131, 141,

142; Fall of, 124
Queechv, Lake, Kinderhook Valley,

N. Y"., 434
Queen Anne's War, 76, 77, 84, 90, 102
Queen Esther of Schaghticokes-St.

Regis Canton, 98, 255
Queen \'inie of Schaghticokes-

Pequots, 107
Quequick Falls, N. Y., 29
"Quider," see Col. Pieter Schuyler, 75
Quinc3^ Josiah, 396
Quit-rents, 84
Quock Island, N. Y., 82



R



Ragged Mountains (Greylock Range),

457, 486, 487, 506
Rainbow Bridge, 243
Rale's, Father Sebastian, War, 47, 76,

77. 114, 157
Rambout, Pierre, 143
Rathburn, Rev. David, 245
Rattlesnake Brook. 70, 120
Rauch, Rev. Christian Henr>', 98
Raven Rock Peak, 506; Road, 186,

187, 189, 203, 443
Rawnsley's English Lakes, 388
Read, Elinor, 226; Rev. Hollis, 226,

419, 476; Josiah, 132, 141, 142
Recrmting Officer, loi
Red Hook, N. Y., 258
Reid, Col. Mills, 288
Renfrew, James, Mills, 462
Rensselaerwyck Manor, 61, 62, 64,

109, no, 115, 119, 120, 230, 231,

232, 233; military district, 235



Index



575



Rensselaers' Mills, 233, 234
Rensselaer Plateau or Plains, 7, 8, 10,

117
Rensselaer's Polytechnic Institute,

452

Rensselaer, Saratoga, and Ballston
Spa., Railraod, 452

Rensselaer's Woollen- and Cotton-
mills, 441

Revolution, American, 70

Reynolds, Cuyler, Albany Chrotiicles,
14, 233, 291, 292; Jeremiah, 260;
William, 235

Reynolds Road and Station, N. Y.,

86, 95, 259
Rhinebeck, N. Y., 124
Rhodes, John, 236, 246, 437
Rhode Island Baptists, 200, 232, 498
Rhone Valley, France, 495
Rice, Senator Harvey R., 425, 426;

Jerome B., 440; Maj. Loring, 460;

Luther, 420, 423; Capt. Moses, 79,

130, 186, 211, 300, 448; R. Niles,

438; Samuel, 186
Richards, James, 409, 419, 420, 423
Richardson, "Al," 448
Richey, Dr. Hugh, 116, 243
Richfield, Mass., 441
Richmond, A. E., 185, 202, 499; John

227
Richmond, Mass., 328
Rider, Dickerman, 476
Riedesel, Gen., 300, 325, 326, 330, 357,

358, 359, 362
Rigaud, Gen., (De Vaudreuil) 81, 82,
100, 117, 119, 122, 132, 133, 134,

.135, 136, 137, 139, 141, 143, 183

Rittenhouse, David, 70

River Bend Camp, 28, 30, 127, 141,
172

River Bend Tavern, 179, 181, 329

"River Gods," 186

River Indians, scouts, 88, 93

Riverside (Irish Corners), Benning-
ton, Vt., 214, 219, 282

Robbins, Rev. Ammi Ruhaniah, 384

Robbins, Francis L., 409, 419, 420

Robinson, Rev. John (Leyden Pil-
grims), 59, 204, 205

Robinson, ist, Samuel, 204; Capt.
Samuel, 2d, 204, 205, 208, 211, 213,
214, 273, 277, 278, 317, 418; Capt.
Samuel, 3d, 211, 217, 278, 323,
337, 345, 347, 543, 544- 546, 547;
Leonard, 211, 278; Gov. Moses,



220, 229, 278, 374, 376, 432, 433;

Gov. John, 229, 445; Aaron, 212;

Beverly, 374; Daniel, 554; David,

212, 219: Dr. Ebenezer, 246;

George Wadsworth, 219; Melvin

H., 547
Rochester, N. Y., 444, 474
Rockingham, Vt., 330
Rockwell, Col., 506
Rockwood, George, 444, 464
Rogers, David C, 460; James, 220

332; John, 412; Col. Robert, 428

Thomas, 353; Rev. Samuel, 245

Harper, 233, 242
Roman Catholic, Irish and French

parishes, 16, 42, 71, 74, 139, 158,

426, 427
Romans, Bernard, 295, 296
Roosevelt, Theodore, 408
Root, Elihu, 408
Rossiter, David, 328
Rounds's Rocks, 506
Rowland, Samuel, 255
Rowley, Capt. Aaron, 328; Thomas,

Satire, 289
Roxbury, Mass., 145
Royal Exchange Tavern, 187
Rudd, Lieut. Joseph, 218, 240, 278,

342, 346, 548, 549
Ruggles, Col., 204
Rumsey, James, 434
Russell, Nathaniel, 226
Rutkers, Harmon, 65
Rutland, Vt., 279, 296
Rutland Railroad, 457
Ruttenber's Indian Tribes of Hudson

River, 37, 86, 513
Ryan, John, 233, 245; James, Mills,

264
Ryton River, Eng., 205



Sabrevois, vSieur, 137

Sachem, Great (King), 16, 513

Sacred Heart (French Catholic Par-
ish), 426

Sacrificial offerings (Indians), 40

Saddleback, 486

Safford, E. B., 310; Col. David, 287;
Capt. Jacob, 314, 344; Col. Joseph,
213, 218, 278, 287, 314; Lieut.-Col.
Samuel, 212, 218, 222, 314

Safford's Mills (Bennington), Vt.,
219, 227



576



Index



Sage, Moses, 220, 227, 445, 446;

Russell, 220
vSage's City (No. Bennington), Vt.,

220, 445, 446
Ragisquwa, Sachem, 61
Salem, Mass., 188, 421; Salem, N. Y.,

182,286,437
Salisbury, Ct., 183, 293, 295, 443
Sanders, R.obert, 65, 66, 67, 81, 90
Sand Hills, 4, 6, 28, 30, 326
Sand Springs, Wampanoags, 28, 30,

470
Sanford & Brown, 228
Sanford, Samuel, 26, 176
Sannahagog Tracts, 25, 61
Saratoga, Lake, fishing-grounds, 8, 19,

26, 28, 36, 45, 436; Manors,

37, 38, 67, 112, 353, 355
Saratoga Battle, 192, 352, 353, 354,

357. 358, 359. 360, 361, 367
Sarum, Eng., 192
Satterlee, Rev. William, 235
Saunders's school books, 476, 478
Sawyer, Isaac, 256
Saxe, Gen. Marshall, 161
Saxony (merino) sheep, 188, 249
Saxton, Dr., 468
Saybrook, Ct., 67
Schaahtecogue Canton (Schaghti-

coke), 31, 43,67, 83, 88
Schaets, Rev. Gideon, 54
Schaghticokes (Hoosacs - Housaton-

acs), 29, 43, 47, 52, 55, 77, 96,

98, 102, 104, 105, 114, 120, 128,

130, 140, 150, 151, 169, 186, 428;

burial-fields, 56, 86, 104, 490
Schaghticoke Mountain (Kent), Ct.,

30, 55. 107
e:jhaghticoke Plains, N. Y., 255, 488
Schaghticoke Manors, 88, 90, 258,

415; Dutch Church, 95, loi, 252;

military districts, 251, 256
Schaghticoke, N. Y., 437, 442, 444,

454, 458, 470, 507; town-meeting,

263; churches, 25^, 263, 480; inns,

264; industries, 468
lichaghticoke Hill, 264; Hart's Falls,

II, 251, 263,481; East Schaghti-
coke, 106, 481
Schemerhorn, Rev. J. T., 421
Schenck, Wessel, 58
Schenectady Massacre, 71, 74, 75, 77
Schenectady, N. Y., 434, 452
Schipman, Sr., Nathaniel Bumppo

(Shipman & Chipman), 237; Capt



Nathaniel, Jr., 286; Capt. John;
Patience, see John Ryan
Schneider, Hendrick (Snyder) Pi, tent,
153. 223, 224, 231, 232; Capt. John

313-314
Schodac Capitol, Abenakis Democ-
racy, iv, 16, 22, 23, 28, 32
Schoharie Tract (Maquaas) 95
vSchuyler, Capt. Abraham, 94; John
Bradstreet, 384; David Davidse,
66, 88, 90, 91; Capt. Johannes, 74,
75; Col. Pietcr, 66, 75, 78, 82, 83,
90, 94; Philipsen Pietersen, 64, 66;
Maj.-Gen. Philip, 292, 307, 315,
316, 317, 318, 323, 352, 354, 355,

359
Schuyler Mills Massacre, 80, 81
vSchuylerville Manor, N. Y., tenants,

353, 384, 434; mansion, 362, 366;

mills, 336, 354
Scott, Col. Olin., 227, 445, 462, 464;

Phineas, 218, 398; Gen. Winfield,

352

Scudder, Samuel H., 502, 503

Seal of Free School, 383

Seal of "Tunnel City," 472

Searles, Capt. Isaac, 3.S6

Sedgewick, Catherine, 414, 500; Gen.
Charles Frederick, 405; Henry,
Dwight, and Robert, 390, 398, 408;
Theodore, 382, 414; Prof. vSedge-
wick, 388

Seelye, Ephraim, 178, 210, 279

Seminoles' Revolution, 97

Seneca Chief, canal boat, 451

Separatism (Srict Congregational-
ism), 59, 71, 205, 418

Serampore Baptist Colony, 423

Sergeant, Erastus, 317; Rev. Jona-
than, 29, 32, 67, 119

Success, ship, 422

Severance, Lieut., 147

Seven Years' War, 82

Seward, John, 420

Shackburg, Dr., 364

Shaftsbury, Vt., 205, 214, 225,
272, 273, 286, 334, 340, 414; char-
ter, 220, 262; church, 221, 290;
iron ore, 220, 445

Shaking Quakers (Ann Lee's Soc.),4i8

Shanly, F., & Brother, contractors,
Hoosac Tunnel, 456

Shaw, Henry ("Josh Billings"), 399,
442

Shays's Rebellion, 198, 199



Index



577



Sheffield, Mass., 29, 32, 67, 119,

382
Shelburne, Lord, 277, 366, 542, 543
Shelburne, Mass., 392, 393
Sheldon, Dr. Remember, 387
Shepherd, Rev. Samuel, 392
Sheridan, Gen., 427
Sherrel, E. W., contractor, Hoosac

Tunnel, 454
Sherwood, Lorenze, 249
Shield's District, iron ore, 220
"Shingle Hollow" (Nepiniore Vale),

109,118,237,519
Shippee, Capt. Amos, 198, 199
Shirley, Gov. William, 80, 146, 152,

153. 166
Shirley's War (King George's War),

79, 146

Shonowe Castle, Kryn's, 34
Shoreham, Vt., 296, 298, 302
Sibley, Benjamin, 444
Sickles, Thomas, 236, 241, 242, 244;

Zachariah, 241, 242
Sickles's Mills (Clark's Mills and

Walloomsac), Hoosac, N. Y., 346
Sickousson, Sachem, 61
Sigourney, Lydia Huntley, 43, 83, 486
Silliman, Prof., 387
Silurian Bay, 4, 10
Simm's Frontiersmen, 366
Simons, Peter, 234, 238
Simonds, Col. Benjamin, 132, 141,

142, 143, 166, 168, 174, 17H, i«3.

315. 330, 383; taverns, 171, 172,

177, 211, 224, 225, 419; mihtia,

180, 319, 320, 321, 327, 332, 337,

341, 447; Polly and Prudence, 182;

Rachel, 171, 182
Simonds Peak, 500, 501, 506
Simsbury Mines, Ct., 347
Sioux Nation, missions, 428
Six Nations, Iroquois Confederacy, 27
Skatecook Creek, vi, 30, 43, 55, 84,

88,119,518
Skeetecook, 30, 55, 74, 517
Skene, Col. Philip, 136, 301, 325, 343,

344; Mountain, 98, 136
Skenesboro Manor, 296, 298; navy

yard, 180
Skinner, Calvin, 260; Benjamin, 387;

Dr. Joseph Thompson, 246; Gen.

Thompson Joseph, 382, 387, 389;

Skinner's Mansion House, 178
Sky Falls (Money Brook), 503, 506,

508
37



"Slab City" (No. Adams), 184, 199,

200, 442, 498
Slavery, 244, 245, 265, 409, 410, 414
Sloan, Capt. Samuel, 171, 174, 179,

387, 491, 432; Musket ]\Ien, 179,

192; muster roll, 538, 539, 540
Slocum's Giles, cotton-niill (first in

U. S.), 440, 445, 469
Sluyter, Rev. Pieter, 65
vSmack Island, 61
Smead, John and Mary, 132, 141, 142,

143. 144; "Captivity," 6, 141, 142,

144

Smedley, Aaron, 471 ; John, Mill, 172,
177, 180, 315; Levi, 211, 387; Capt.
Nehemiah, 168, 173, 176, 178, 211,
212, 300, 327

Smith, Abiel, 190; Alphine, 202, 448;
Rev. Daniel, 421; Capt, John, 60;
John, 286; Jonathan, 190, 241, 442;
Melancthon, 70; Noah, 374; Rev.
Samuel, 259; Sir Thomas, 18; Wil-
liam, 376, 432, 439; Capt. Smith's
militia, 327; Dr. Smith's Collection
of American Poetry, 371

vSnake warriors, 20

Society, Propagation of Gospel, 277;
Society United Brethren, 409;
Society Promoting Arts, 436

Sodom (Shaftsbury), Vt., 332; Stark
paper-mill, 464

vSoldiers' Home, Vt., 464, 465

Solebay Battle, 92, 115

Solomon, Capt., militia, 329

"Sons of Freedom, " viii, 205

Soqui Race (Bears), Abenakis Democ-
racy, 22

Soquon, Owl of Soqui Race, iv, 15,
16, 20, 22, 25, 29, 31, 34, 36, 39,
47, 48, 49, 52. 53, 55, 56, 66, 74,
84, 88, 90, 93, 94, 102

Southwestern Vermont Valley, i, 4

Spanish Dollar, 502

Specht, Col., 361, 362

Spenser, Edmund, 127

Spirit-dove, see Wakon-bird, 41, 116

Spirit-stones, see Manitou-aseniah, 41 ,
116

" wSpook Hollow" legends, 91, 255, 488

Spooner, Paul, 329, 330

Sprague, poet, 14

Spring, Dr. Samuel, 420

Springfield (Aga warn), Mass., 48, 151,

375, 382, 451, 484^ , „
"Sprouts of the Mohawk, 70, 355



5/8



Index



Squakheag (Northficld), IMass., 49
Squires, Truman, 281, 283; Buckley

228
St. Agnes Creek (Kent), Ct., 98, 108
St. Ange (Nastagione), 14, 15, 16, 478,

495

St. Anthony Kill, 65, 66, 77

St. Antoine of Padua, (Anthony),

Mount, 16, 40, 495
St. Clair, Gen. Arthur, 324, 354
St. Croix (Holy Cross), 14, 16,34, I39i

255, 477, 478, 519
St. Croix Bridge, 243, 438, 495, 519
St. Croix Manor, N. Y., 102, 112,

116, 119, 122, 123, 124, 126, 236
St. Croix Mills (Van Schaick Mills),

115, 117, 330, 331, 332, 441
St. Francis Indian Ledge, 8, 127, 129,

138, 147, 148, 187, 191
St. Francis River, 47, 104
St. Francis warriors, 48, 76, 77, 80,

103, 104, 105, 114, 122, 123, 128,

130, 133, 134. 139, 140. 147- 151,
152, 154, 155, 161, 167, 428

St. Frangois warriors, 114

vSt. Johns, Canada, 123, 306, 307

St. Johns, Hon., Paris, 372

»St. Lawrence Valley, iii, 34, 44, 141,

307, 390; St. Lawrence Gulf, 4
St. Leger, Col. Barry, 326, 354
St. Luc, Lieut. Le Corne, 81
St. Onetho, 16
St. Regis warriors, 77, 102, 105, 106,

114, 128, 134, 157
Staats, Abraham, 34; Lieut, Jochem,

67
Stafford, Capt. Joab, 192, 329

Stafford Hill (Cheshire), Mass., 192
Stage-coach days, 185, 432, 448,

449
Stamford, Vt., 195, 323, 473
Stamp Act, 274, 276, 277
Stannard, Gen. George J., 424
vStanwood, Capt. David, 280
Stark, Rev. Dyer, 195; Godfrey, 242;

Inn, 227; paper-mill, 464
Stark, Brig. -Gen. John, 182, 183, 193,
220, 224, 318, 322, 323, 325, 327,
331, 332, 333, 336, 337, 33«, 34",
341, 343, 346, 347, 34«, 35", 35 1,
354, 356, 359, 362, 363, 447 ; Mount,

471
Starkweather, William, 386
Stars and Stripes, viii, 267, 364
Staten Island, N. Y., 484



Steamboats, 434

Stephentown, N. Y., 231

Stevens, "Jim," 448

vStewart, Capt. Lemuel, 382

Stickncy, Col., 337, 341

Stiles, Rev. Ezra, 410, 412

Stillwater, N. Y., 12, 66, 82, 93, 263,

282, 352, 354, 356
Stock, Godfrey, 244
Stockhridge, Past and Present, 30,

511, 513
Stock-bridge, Mass., 8, 28, 38, 67,

120, 126, 147, 151, 167, 186, 244,

290, 317, 329, 365, 382, 392, 393,

416, 435, 471, 500
Stockbridge warriors, 29, 32, 47, 67,

428
Stockwell, C. E. (Onderkirk Place),

231
Stoddard, Col. John, 67, 80, 126, 129,
146, 188, 208, 450; Nathan Pres-
ton, 450 , . ,
"Stone Arabia" Patent (Diamond

Rock), 8, 61, 65, 66, 258
Stone Cobble (Mount Emmons), 10
Stone Hill, 8, 171, 432
Stone Post Road, 249, 432, 434, 435,

448
Stone, Silas, tavern, 177
"Stony Ledge," 500, 501
Stoughton, Father, 192
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, Minister's

Wooing, 410
vStratton, Maj. Isaac, 171, 174, 180,

344; Richard, 173, 176, 177;

Mount, 163, 174
Strong, Rev. Thomas, 412
Stuart, Prof. (Andover Seminary),

420
vStuyvesant, Gov. Peter, 33, 34, 46,

92, 115; Gerardus, 120
Subterranean rivers, 6
Sugar-loaf Mountain, 109
Sumcrset, Negro, case, 414
Sunderland, Mass., 213, 214, 215,

216, 418; Sunderland, Vt., 327

370, 372; Peter, 286,294
Sunrise worshippers, 482
Swanton Falls, Vt., 98
Swart, Dirck, 354
Swastika (Cross of All Nations), 15,

18, 40, 94
Sweet, Amos, 246; Sweets Corners,

175
Sword House, 353, 357



Index



579



Swift, Foster E., 471: Rev. Job, 384;

"vSwift Place,"2i7; Rev. Seth,"i«o,

382,383,387,419
Sylvester, Peter, 282



Tabor, Sylvanus, 43

Taconac Lake District, 10, no, 248,

520
Taconac Mountain System, iv, i, 7,

10, II, 22, 31, 358, 454, 471, 482,

504, 520
Taconac Pass, 449; Taconac Tract,

66
Taintor, Benjamin, 131
Talbot, Lieut. -Gov., 441
Talcot, Maj.-John, 47
Talmage, Joel, 267; Joseph, 264
Taunton, Alass., 249
Tawasentha (Vale of the Many Dead),

27, 39, 40, 106, 483
Taylor, Elias, 171; Sergt. John, 143,

353» 361; Sergt. Samuel, 166, 168,

173

Taylor's Crotch (Kreigger Mills), 166
Temperance societies, 225, 424
Ten Broeck, Gen., 312, 361
Ten Eyck, Sheriff John, 282, 284, 285
Tenny, artist, 333; Prof. Sanborn,

427
Tennyson, Alfred, 115, 119, 271
Teunis, Egbert, 67, 88
Thames, River, Eng., 95; Thames

River, Ct., 26
Thanksgiving Day, first, 32
Thatcher, historian, 345
Thaxsted Grange (Braintree, Eng.),

368
Thaxter, Maj., 126, 169
Thayer, Sarah, 397, 398
Thermopylae Pass, viii, 127, 131
Thomas, missionary, 412, 423
Thompson, Hon. Amasa, 210, 279;

Barber, 225; Charles, 276; Prof.

D. F., 30; Frederick F., 406, 407,

478
Thomson-Houston motors, 470; Col.

Thomson, 393
[ Thoreau, Henry David, i, 62, 116,

381, 402, 403, 483, 484, 496, 499,

500, 510
Thorpe & Sprague, 448
Thurbcr, Mrs, 231
ITibbits, John, 442; Hon. George,



248, 442, 450, 451, 452, 454, 468,
470, 478, 480; George Mortimer,
233. 247, 248, 249, 270, 477, 478,
480; Rev. John B. 478; Rev. Ed-
ward, 478, 480; Lc Grand, 249,

341
libbits's Hoosac School for Boys,

477. 480
libbits's Lake Cascade, 491
Tichenor, Gov. Isaac, 219, 229, 280,

433

Ticonderoga, iii, 88, 105, 192

Tiffany Brothers, 464

Timias, 127

Tinker, Giles, 445

" Tinnonderoga Tract" (Ticondero-
ga), 67

Tioshoke, cornfield, 15, 29, 90; Manor
(Hoosac Patent), 252, 256; villages,

115, 117, 122, 136; churches, 115,

116, 259

Tite, Ishmael, 416

Todd, Alithea, 190; Charles Burr, 10,

107; Rev. Samuel, 190, 194
Tohkoneac (Taconac), 11, 29, 519
Toll, Charles, 252; Simon, 250
Tom, Mount (Moodus), 10
Tombstones, 228
Tomhannac Valley, N. Y., 7, 8, 11,

29, 30, 77, 85, 87, 91, 105, 252, 259,

268, 481, 520; churches, 259; in-
dustries, 438
Tories (Loyalists), 290, 323
Torrington, Ct., 389
Totemic cantons (Abenakis), 22, 511
Towner, Dr. William, 387
Townscnd, Charles, 274; Martin

Ingram, 398, 408
Train, Thomas, 166, 168, 182
Treaty of Westminster, 45; treaty

between Christians and savages,

48; Treaty of Paris, 375
"Tree of Peace" (Witenagemot), 53,

98
Trenor, Thomas W., 227, 228, 445,

464
Tripp, Dr. Job, 246
Trophies of war, 347
Trout hatchery, 475
Troy, N. Y., 7, 4i5» 438, 454, 468;

Gentlemen, 268; turnpikes and

railroads, 444, 451, 452, 458;

reservoir, 481
Trumbull, Gov. Jonathan, 310;

Joseph, 294



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Index



Tryon, Gov. William, 286, 287, 2S8,

291
Tunisson, Garret (Van Vechten), 11 1
"Tunnel City" (No. Adams), Mass.,

456, 459,47i>472.
Tunnel, Mount Cenis, 456, 457
Turner, Caleb B., 458; Isaac, 237
Turnpikes (stone post roads), 434
Turtle warriors (Unami), 20
Twenty-Mile Line, vi, 62, 118, 120,

205, 220, 241, 262, 271, 272, 278,

281
"Twigs of the Wilderness" (Beech

Seal Court), 221, 244, 288
Twining, Sheriff, 404
Tyler, Duty S., 460
Tyler's History of Amherst Coll., 393



U



Ukhkopeck, 483, 512

Ukhooh (Owl), 15, 515

Unalachti (Turkeys), 24

Unami (Turtles), 22, 39, 107, 108, 483,

484,511,512
"Uncle Abe-the-Bunter " (Abraham

Parsons), 415
"Uncle Tom" (Tom Mandolin), 254,

255. 415, 488
Uncus, Sachem, 16, 23, 24, 25, 26, 49,

53, 106, 134
United Brethren (Unitas Fratrum),

420, 423; United Missions, 422
United States, Vnrthplace of, 352
Union College, 420
Union Village (Clarksburgh), Mass.,

460
Unitarianism, 418
University of Xo. Carolina, 401;

University of Vt., 422
Unnuhkankun (Runner), 52, 53, 515
Unuwat Castle (Soquons), iv, 25, 27,

28, 31, 43, 61, 65
"Up-River" Methodist Church, 245
"Upper Union," Clarksburgh, Mass.,

199, 200
Utica, N. Y., 474



V



Vail, Aaron, 437; D. T., 454; Thomas,

468
"Vale of Peace,' viii, 12, 16, 51,

55, 96, 106, 254, 270, 458, 481



Valley Falls (Pittstown), N. Y., 117,

426, 464
Valley of Mingling Waters, 458, 506,

509, 510, 518, 520
Van Antwerp, Lewis, 263
Van Arnam, John, 118, 210, 231
Van Broock, Henry, 244
Van Bunschooten, Rev. Elias, 254
Van Buren, Hendrick, 1 1 1 ; John, 242

Martin, no
Van Buskirk, Johannes, 117, 259
Van Corlaer, Capt. Arendt, ist, 46,

61, no. III, 112; Arendt, 2d, in

112; Arendt 3d, 112, 115, 116

Capt. Jacobus, in
Van Cortlandt, Jacobus, 84, 112, 118

237; Augustus, 117, 237, 238, 25;
Van Curler, Arendt, see Van Corlaei
Van Cuyler Patent, 261
Van De Bogert, Dr. Myndert Her-

mance, 92, 93
Van Deel (Diel), Bastian, 118, 231

241
Van Denburgh, Cornelius, 91, 93

353, 365; Johannes, 115; Leven

nus, 264
Van Dercook, Michael, 255, 256, 259

Simeon, 259
Van Der Heyden, 146, 147
Van Derrick mansion (Van Verick)

119, 121, 141, 233
Van Der Speigal, John, 229, 464
Van Derwerker, Garretse, 65 ; Teunis

255
Van Dyck, Cornelius, 66; Peter D.

480

Van Eps, John Baptist, 74

Van Hogleboom (Hogle), Bartholo^
mew, 66; Pitt, 115, 117, 118, 121,.
231

Van Hoosen, Israel, 255

Van Home, Augustus, 117, 237, 23?

Van Krieckebeek, Capt. Daniel, 31
60

Van Laer, Arnold J. F., 353

Van Loon, John, 66

Van Lyberg, Arnoudt, 58

Van Ness, Capt. Cornelius, in; Hea
drick, 84, in, 112, 118; Garrel
Cornelius, St. Croix Manor, 114
115, 121, 130, 141, 238; Cornelius
V, 117, 121, 122, 239, 240, 241, 375
Jan, 84, in; Philip, 117, 238, 251
252,256,257,259

Van Norman, Mr., 118



Index



581



Van Noorstrand, Jan Jacobse, 65
Van Olinde, Pieter Danielse, 65
Van Pfister, Col. Francis J., 233, 241,
243, 248, 261, 330, 336, 337, 341,

342. 343, 345, 346
Van Rensselaer, Kiliaen, 60,92, no,

III, 119, 235,241,252; Henrv^ 84;

Jeremiah, 62; John B., 252; Maria,

84, 112, 118; Stephen, 115, 120, 124,

238, 248, 384, 388;Danier, 244, 332;

David, 115; Rev. Nicholas, 54
Van Schaick, Capt. Goosen Garretse,

64, 65, 355; Henry, 384
Van Schaick Island (Adams Is.), 65,

355; Van Schaick's Mills (St.

Croix Mills), 441
Van Schelluyne, Dirck, 62
Van Schoonhoven, Guert Hendrickse,

Van Slyck, Cornelius Antonissen, 65

Van Tronip, Gen., 92

Van Valkenburgh, Jacob, 240, 244;
Sarah, 112, 240

Van Vechten, Catherine, 118; Col.
Cornelius, 244, 353; Maj. Derrick,
91, 99, 100, 258, 259; Garret
Tunisson, 84, 105, in, 112, 118;
Jacob, 100, loi; Wouter, 117

Van Winkle, Rip, 115

Van Woerdt, Alida, 122; John, 259;
Capt, Lewis, 117, 122

Varsch River (Fresh), Ct., 26

Vergennes, Vt., 288

"Veritas," see Israel Harris, 303 304

Vermont, name of, 321, 322; Councils
of Safety of, 321, 322; Declaration
of Independence, 309, 371; Con-
stitution, 322, 413; State Line, 177,
452, 554; admittance to the Federal
Union, 376, 377, 432

Vermont Gazette, 226, 309, 476

Vermont Hist. Mag. (Gazetteer), see
Abby Hemingway, 125, 287, 373,

548

Vermont Ilist. Sac. Proc, 309, 310

Vermont JNIill-power Compan}^ 466

Vermont University, 378

Verrazano, Giovanni da, 15

Victory Village, N. Y., Saratoga
battlefield, 353

Viele, Arnout Cornelisen, 74; Abra-
ham, 91, 259; Louis, 74, 86, 91, 95;
Ludovicus, 117, 259, 263; Petrus,
117, 259; Sybrant, 263; Yocob,

II7,2.S2



Vierge-de-Grace, Ship, 142

Vischer, Johannes Heermans, 91;
Matthew, 312, 314

Voeder, Curset, 91; Dominie, 246

Volney's philosophy, 417

Voorheres, Martinus, 232

Voseburgh, (Vose), Petrus 118, 231,
I 273, 274

\ rooman, Adam, 112, 115; Bartholo-
mew, 67, 112



V/



Waddell & Shepherd, 441

Wadham, Mrs., 370

Wagner, Lon, 224, 229

Waite, Rev. William, 236, 260, 261

Wakon-bird (Spirit-dove), 8, 18, 30,
41, 116, 507

Walbridge, Silas, 340

Walbridgeville (Bennington Falls),
Vt., 224, 466

Waldo, Dea, 236, 237, 261

Wallace, Elijah, 231; Nathaniel, 337

Walloomsac Gap, 7, 493

Walloomsac Inn, 433, 448

Walloomsac Pass of Taconacs, viii,
109, 204, 471

Walloomsac River and Valley, v, i,
6, 14, 29, 112, 126, 207, 213, 214,
228, 235, 293, 369, 433, 437, 464,
471, 477, 493, 494; null-power,
441; militia, 317, 318



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