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Julian 204, 205

police officer 179, 204, 205

Darnell, Charles, Wamego: donor . 81

83, 85

Daughters of American Colonists 88

donors 70



GENERAL INDEX



471



Daughters of 1812 88

Daughters of the American Revolution, 88

donors 79

Eunice Sterling chapter, Wichita,

Munger house gift, note on 96

Daughters of Union Veterans, Topeka:

donors 83

Davidson, , Wichita: resident,

1875 320

Davidson, James, Wichita ... . 313

Davis, Dr. , Mound City: 1863

resident 132

Davis, Charles, Topeka: donor 83

Davis, John, Junction City: U. S. repre-
sentative 352

Davis, John, of Massachusetts: U. S.

senator 39

Davis, W. W., Lawrence 102

Davis, Mrs. William G., Topeka: donor, 83
Davis, Willard: on Freedmen's aid

committee 240n

Dawson, John S., Topeka .... 74, 100, 102

Dean, John Sumner(?) co 333, 334

DeBord, Joyce: article by, noted .... 342
Decatur County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, note on 461

Deep creek, Riley co 156

Deerfield, Kearny co.: article on, noted, 105
Deger, Lawrence E., Dodge City: city

marshal 7, 302-311, 322, 435

letter, 1878 . . 307

1883 310

mayor 25, 196, 197, 309- 311

Deitzler, George W 50

Delaney, Arthur: real name of Mike

McCluskie 190, 191

Delavan, Wayne, Arkadelphia, Ark. ... 80
Delaware Indians: lands of bought by

Majors, Russell & Co 374

Delaware reserve: comment on, 1863. . 148

Delker, Esther, Chapman: donor 83

DeLong, .Ellsworth: police officer, 174

Delphos: history items, noted 460

Delphos Republican: letter in, noted, 460
Deming, Maggie: at Caldwell, 1880 . . 452

Demorest, Miss , Springfield, Mo., 416

Denious, Jess C.: papers of, given His-
torical Society 80

Denious, Jess C., Jr., Dodge City 102

donor 80

Denn, Sam, Medicine Lodge: marshal, 168
Denver, James W.: territorial governor, 410
Denver and Rio Grande railroad: ar-
ticle on, noted 108

Denver Public Library: donor 85

Depler, Mrs. Dean, Louistown, HI.:

donor 83

DeVore, James: article on, noted .... 106
Diamond, Mo.: Carver monument,

noted 459

Dibbs, William, Wichita: police officer, 16
20, 311-314, 317

Dickey, J. B., Newton 103

Diehl, Mrs. Claude, Smith co 110

Dillman, Alice, Gray co 231

Dillman, Merle, Gray co 231

Dillon, Matt: a fictional character ... 4

Dinsmore, William B facing 377

Dixon, N. J., Caldwell: mayor 333

Dobie, J. Frank, Austin, Tex 81

donor 79

Dobson, Bill, Scott co 463

Dobson, J. W., Caldwell 28

Docking, George, Lawrence 102

and wife, guests at Historical Society

meeting 92

Dodge, Gen. Grenville M 251

Dodge City: Beatty & Kelley's saloon. . 11
city council members,

1878 between 424, 425

cowtown 1873-1886 2, 4



Dodge City, Grand Central Hotel . . . 437

Great Western Hotel 177

in 1878, comments of Pueblo pa

quoted

killings in, 1878-1886



per
24,



between 424, 425
...... 9-13, 204

205, 323- 325
306

facing 1, 9
10- 12



Lady Gay saloon

Long Branch saloon

- gun battle, 1879, in .......

McGinty & Deger (saloonkeepers). . 302

photograph of Front street, 1880's,

facing iv

police officers and gun fighters, data

on, 4-16, 18, 22-26, 175-180, 195- 198

204, 205, 302-311, 314-317, 322- 327
330-339, 435- 442
Dodge City Cowboy Band: articles on,

noted ..................... 457, 460

Dodge City Daily Globe: article in,

noted ......................... 460

third annual Special Traveler's edi-
tion, noted ..................... 458

Dodge City Times: portion of page
from 1878 issue, illustration,

between 424, 425

quoted . . 7-10, 14-16, 22-25, 175, 176
178-180, 195, 196, 302-310, 314- 316

322-324, 326-329, 435-440, 442
"Dodge City War" of 1883: note on, 441
Dolan, Joe, Caldwell: police officer. . 455
Dolen, Benjamin, George and Nell,

Oketo: donors .............. 84

Donaldson, S., Caldwell ........ 449, 450

Doniphan county: description of coun-

try, and towns, 1863 ......... 119- 121

Donnell, Dr. L. A., Wichita .......... 94

Doolittle, Dudley: U. S. representative, 352
Doran, Frank, Lyon co.: ranch history,

noted ........................ 105

Doran, Mary (Mrs. Frank) ......... 105

Doran, Tom: cattleman .......... 62

Doty, Miss - , Chikaskia tp., Sum-

ner co ........................ 444

Doubleday, Gen. Charles ........... 126

Douglas, Stephen A.: Kansas-Nebraska

bill proponent ............... 42- 44

stand on Lecompton constitution,
noted ......................... 55

Douglass, Joseph: article on, noted. . 229
Douglass, Butler co.: article on, noted, 229
Douglass Tribune: articles in, noted . . . 229
Dow, - , Newton: 1871 resident. . 194
Dow, I. W ....................... 141n

Dowie, James Iverne: Prairie Grass
Dividing, by, noted ........... 112

-, M/Sgt.



Downer,



L. E., Fort Riley. .



Downs, David, Winston-Salem, N. C.:

donor

Downs News: article in, noted. .



Doyle, J. B.: cattleman
Doyle, K. K., Topeka: donor



231



81
342
62
84

Draper, T. J., Dodge City 178, 437

Drenner, D. von R.: book edited by,

noted 79

Drew, Mrs. Emily Allen, Richfield:

article on, noted 105

Driver, Sally: Wyandotte belle 268

Drum, , Franklin co.: farmer,

1860's 140

Drumm, Mai. Andrew, Kansas City,

Mo 61, 63

Duck, Dr. W. M., Ellsworth 201

Duffey, William, Dodge City: deputy

sheriff 10-12, 314- 317

testimony, 1879 12

Dull Knife's raid, 1878 9, 10

Dunlap, Owen R.: student at Cooper

College 399, 400

Dunn, Mrs. Chester, Oxford 110

Durham, John, Lexington, Mo 368n

Dutton, William P., Paola 130

Dyer, Guy H., McCune 110

Dykstra, Robert: article by, noted. . . 460



472



GENERAL INDEX



Early, William, Lexington, Mo., copart-
ner of W. H. Russell ........ 363,

Earp, Bessie: Wichita resident, 1875,

Ear?! James: Wichita resident, 1875.

Earp, Morgan: in Tombstone, Ariz.,
battle ...................

killing of,' noted.' . . ........

Earp, VirgiK?): attempt (at Tomb-
stone, Ariz. ) on life of ..........

Earp, Warren



364
318
318



329






-^career in ^

between 424, 425
in Tombstone, Ariz. .. ...... 327- 330

photograph ......... Between 424, 425

Earp brothers: in Tombstone, Ariz.,

article on, noted .......... 342

__ gun battle, 1881 .......... 328, 329

Wichita police committee report on,

facing 425
Easton, Capt. Langdon C.: at Fort

Leavenworth ........ - - - - 366

Eaton, Betsy Ann (dau. of Wm.). . 359
Eaton, Frank: cowboy and author .. 62,
Eaton, Manford: letter, noted ....... 460

Eaton, Gen. William, of Vermont 359

Ebright, Homer K., Baldwin 102

Eccles. R. A., Ellis co ............. 423

Eckdall, Mrs. Ella F., Emporia: donor,
Eckdall, Frank F., Emporia .100, 102

Economic conditions: in Kansas, 1871-

1888 ...................... 67- 73

Edna Sun: article in, noted ......... 458

Education: in latter 1890's i at Cooper

College, described ..... 386-409, passim
Edwards, R. P.: boss herder for Henry

Stevens ............ between 424, 425

Edwards, Thomas: C. B. King killed

by .............. 194

Edwards county: growth, 1877, noted, 69
Edward County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, note on ................ 343

Egbert, Lillibelle, Gray co ........... 231

Einsel, Mary (Mrs. Ralph): note on. . 59n

"Some Notes on the Comanche Cat-

tle Pool," article by .......... 59- 66

Eisenhower, Pres. Dwight D ......... 381

El Dor ado: Ralph Meeks' series on,

noted ......................... 106

El Dorado Times: 40th anniversary edi-

tion (1959), noted .............. 108

Eldred, Charles H., Medicine Lodge:

telegram, 1884 ................ . 167

Elgin, Chautauqua co.: article on noted, 459
Elliott, Barney: killed at Coolidge,

1881 ____ . .................... 437

Ellis county: historical articles, noted, 230
horse thief gang of 1867-1868 era,

note on .................... 23, 24

Ellis County Star, Hays: quoted^. _ 199

Ellison, - : cattleman, 1880's .... 28
Ellsworth, Charles "Arkansaw," Ford co., 18
Ellsworth, D. A., Chase co.: note on, 402n
Ellsworth: cowtown, 1872-1875 ..... 2

hotel registers, given Historical So-
ciety ............ 80, 81

killings in, 1873 ...174, 175, 201- 203
-poiice officercand^gh^, data

Elbworth



Elocution: in the 1890's described, 394, 402
Elwood: 1856-1863, comment on, 119, 120
Elwood and Marys ville railroad ...... 115n

Ely & Curtis, Liberty, Mo.: merchants, 361
Emigrant Aid movement: discussed, 46- 5J
Emporia: First Baptist church history,
noted ......................... 107



Emporia Gazette: articles in, noted. . . 107
341, 342, 460

0. W. Moaner's column in, noted . . . 108
Emporia Times: articles in, noted, 105, 460

Emrie, Mrs. Lyman, Ford 231

Enderton, Sherman: note on. . .facing 113
Ouantrill raid sketch, 1863,

by facing 112

Engert, Mrs. Martha, Manhattan:

donor 81, 84

Ennis, Mrs. William H., Pottsville, Pa.:

EnsSgh* Mabel Latham' (Mrs.' T.' J.'),'409n

Ernsting, Louis, Ellinwood 462

Eureka Irrigation Canal: photographs

of, noted 85

Euwer, Charles, Topeka: donor 84

Euwer, Elmer E., Goodland 100, 102

Evans, , and wife: Sterling resi-
dents, 1895 386

Evans, A. G.: cattleman .... 62, 63, I

Evans, Jess: cattleman 61- 63

Evans, Hunter & Evans: cattlemen. . . 61

Evansville, I. T 62, 63

Evarts, William M., New York: con-
tributor to Emigrant Aid Co 55

Everett, Edward, Boston 39, 42

Ewing, R. C., of Missouri 371

Ewing, William, Lexington, Mo 369

" 'Exodusters' of 1879, Wyandotte and
the First": article by Glen Schwen-

demann 233- 249

Ezekiel, Lt. David E.: at Monument
Station 252, 253



Fager, Emery F., Overbrook 110

Fairchild & Pierce, Leavenworth: mer-
chants 299

Farley, Alan W., Kansas City 100, 102

coauthor of work on J. P. Usher 344

donor "1

Farming: in southeast Kansas, 1870's,

comment on 284- 287

Farrell, F. D., Manhattan 102

Fauquier county, Va.: Waddell family

Fauss, Mrs. Lloyd E., Lincoln, Neb.:

donor 87

Fearing, O. K., Mankato 461

Felton, Lou, Smith co - . 110

Fence posts: comment on, 1873. .... 285
"Fencing the Prairies": by W. M.

Richards, noted 458

Ferguson, : marshal, 1869 425

Few, Josephine A., Nevada, Mo.: donor, 81

Ficken, H. G., Rush co 231

Field, George, Henry and Samuel. 199

Field, Martin, Denver facing 376

Field, Matthew C.: his 1839 Santa Fe

trail articles published, noted. .343, 344

Filow, , Baxter Springs: teacher, 282

Finaty, Harry, Dodge City. ........ 327

Finley, William: student at Cooper

College 408, 409n

Finney County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, note on Hi-
First U. S. volunteer infantry: at

Monument Station 252

Fisher, Jack, Barber co 4oZ

Fisher, Dr. Jesse Clyde, Wichita 96

Fisher, Mrs. Lola, Wichita 96

Fisher, Philip D., Topeka: quoted,

1867 418

Flag (U. S.): post-Civil War genera-

tion's attitude toward discussed. . . . 265
Flanagan, John: hammer throw rec-
ords, noted w-V-SS

Flatt, Fanny (Mrs. Geo.) 334, 338

Flatt, George W.: biographical note. . 334
birth of son, noted 338



GENERAL INDEX



473



Flatt, George W., murdered, 1880 ... 18
31, 334-338, 446-448, 452

police officer 331- 338

Fleming, A. M., Finney co Ill

Fleming, Mrs. Vivian, Natoma 461

Floersch, Lucia and Mildred, Topeka:

donors 84

Flory(?), J. N., Wichita: on police

committee facing 425

Folks, J. H., Sumner co.: coroner, 332, 334
Folse, Mrs. Jean De Masters: thesis

by, noted 79

Folsom, Lucius: student at Cooper

College 397

Football: at Cooper College, 1890's,

note on 395

Ford, Evelyn, Topeka 110

Ford county: first sheriff, notes on .5- 14

lynchings in 5-7, 197

Ford County Globe, Dodge City: found-
ing, noted 306

quoted, 4, 5, 10-16, 18, 24-26, 176, 177

196-198, 307-309, 315-317, 323- 330

435- 440

Ford Historical Society: 1960 meet-
ing, note on 231

Forsyth, Col. A. E., Fort Riley 231

Fort Fletcher 251

Fort Harker: events, July, 1867, noted, 420

W. E. Bain's history, noted 459

Fort Hays: article on, noted 230

Fort Laramie: 1863 map given His-
torical Society 86

letter, 1876, from 199, 200

Fort Leaven worth: outfitting

point 366- 368

Fort Leavenworth Museum: article on,

noted 106

donor 81

Fort Lincoln: descriptive notes.. 134, 135

notes on, 1862-1863 134, 135

Fort Mann: note on, 1850 367

Fort Riley Historical Society: 1960

meeting, note on 231

Fort Scott (fort): comment on,

1863 135, 136

history, noted 324

Fort Scott (town) 280

comment on, 1863 135- 137

First Presbyterian church history,

noted 229

in 1864. note on 279

political celebrations, 1872-1892, dis-
cussed 255- 266

Fort Scott Tribune: articles in, noted, 229
Fort Scott Weekly Tribune: article in,

noted 459

Fort Wallace 253

records, 1866-1882, filmed 81

Fortescue, Ethelynn, Topeka: donor. . 84

Foster, Dean, Natoma 461

Foster, Mrs. Sharon, Ellsworth Ill

Foster, W. F., Norway, Maine 68n

Fox, Dr. , Ellsworth 201

Fox, J. M., Denver facing 376

Francis, Cliff, Simpson 461

Francis, John: Olathe Mirror founder, 458
Frankfort: Methodist church history,

note on 107

Frankfort Index: article in, noted. . . . 107

Franklin, Ben, Sumner co 160

Franklin, Mrs. Ben, Topeka: donor. . 85

Frazier, Bob, Cullison 110

Free-State arms: 1855 shipment, noted, 50
Freeborn, Richard, Ellsworth: marshal, 174
Freedmen. See Negro exodus
Freedmen's Relief Association, Kansas:

history 239- 248

Freedmen's University, Quindaro: "Exo-

dusters" housed at 234

note on . 234n



Freighting: in 1850's, notes on 367

368, 373-375, 378

in Mexican War era 365, 366

Friedley, Rev. George, Medicine Lodge, 168

Friesen, J. V., Hillsboro 232

Frisbie, Nellie, Kingman co. 343

Frost, D. M., Dodge City: Globe pub-
lisher 197, 439

Fry, Ralph, Gray co 462

Funston, Edward Hogue: U. S. repre-
sentative 350

Funston, Frederick: letters 1892-1908,

filmed 80

Funston, Mrs. Maude, Parsons: donor, 85
Furniss, Norman F.: The Mormon Con-
flict ... by, note on 344



Gabel, Milton, Wichita: editor, 20, 312- 314
Gainsford, James, Abilene: police of-
ficer . ' 338, 339

"Wild Bill's" assistant 430

Galena, 111.: lead mines, noted 356

Galland, Dr. S., Dodge City 177, 438

Galloway, Nancy Veale: article by,

noted .104

Gannon, Tom: Ellis co. sheriff 423

Card, Spencer A., lola 100, 102

Gard, Mrs. Spencer A., Tola: donor. . . 84
Garden City Herald: 1882-1920, filmed, 82
Gardiner, Dan, Dodge City: police of-
ficer 176, 177

Gardiner, Marshall, Leavenworth 110

Garfield, James A., of Ohio: congress-
man 241

Garnett: Methodist church history, noted, 107
United Presbyterian church history,

noted 107

Garrett, William (Billy), Solado, Tex.:

killed at Newton . . 188, 190, 191, 193
Garrison, C. M., Wichita: on police

committee facing 425

Garrison, William Lloyd 34, 35

mobbing of, 1835 38

Garvin, Mrs. Wilma Peery, Kansas City,

Mo 81, 88

Garwood, Mrs. Fred, Olathe: donor. . . 84

Gaston, Dr. (probably Gaston

Boyd), Newton 191

Gatewood, Emma, Gallipolis, Ohio: in

Kansas 87

Gaulke, Mrs. Richard P., Kansas City:

donor 84

Gauthie, James A., Abilene: police of-
ficer 186, 187, 433

Geneseo, Rice co 384, 385

Gentleman, Mrs. Merton, Glen Elder. . 461
George, Myron Virgil: U. S. represent-
ative 352

George, Newell, A.: U. S. representative, 351
George, Thomas, Wellington: lawyer. . 450
Geppert, George, Medicine Lodge:

killed, 1884 ... 167, 171

Gerard, Mrs. Nina, Osborne 461

Geren, William R., Topeka: donor. ... 84

Sibler, Paul. Claflin 86, 462
ibson, Maj. George: at Fort Hays ... 21

letter, quoted 425, 426

Gibson, Jessie May, Topeka: donor. . . 84

Gibson, Mrs. Roy S., Chanute Ill

Gilbert, Rev. James E., Topeka 239

Gill, Bobby. See Gilmore, Robert

Gill, John "Concho," Ford co 436

Gillett, Mrs. Elton, Burr Oak 461

Gilmore, Robert, Dodge City 184

185, 302, 304
Gilpin, Mrs. Edna Piazzek, Phoenix,

Ariz.: donor 84

Gilson, Mrs. F. L., Emporia 110



314411



474



GENERAL INDEX



Girard 280

Girl Scouts of Wichita: help in cow-
town project by 99

Givens, Paul R., Topeka: donor. ... 84
Glad, Paul W.: his book on Wm. J.

Bryan, noted 463

Glasco: Methodist church history,

noted 458

Glasco Sun: article in, noted 458

Gleason, A. J., Alma 70n

Gleason, Daniel, Hodgeman co.: ar-
ticle on, noted 230

Glenn, George, of Colorado: rem-
iniscences, noted 230

Click, George W.: governor 441

Globe Live Stock Journal, The, Dodge

City: quoted 204, 205

Glover, Mrs. E. X.: reminiscences,

noted 460

Gobleman, Mrs. Delia, Finney co Ill

Good, John: at Ellsworth, 1873 201

Goodger, Mrs. Anna Harbour, Lafay-
ette. Calif.: donor 84

Goodin, John Randolph: U. S. rep-
resentative 350

Goodlander, Charles W., Fort

Scott 257, 263

Gordon, Boris B.: portrait of P. P.

Campbell by, noted 92

Gordon, Mrs. Frank, Lake City:

quoted 64

Gosper, John J.: acting governor of

Arizona 328

Goss, Nathaniel S 141n

Gould, J. H.: arrested in Ford co.,

1881 437

Governors' wives: costume dolls rep-
resenting, noted 83

Graham, I. D.: "The Sod House" by,

noted 104

Grainfield, Gove co.: St. Agnes church

history, noted 229

Grainfield Cap Sheaf: article in, noted, 229
Grand Army of the Republic, Dept. of
Kansas: records, in Historical So-
ciety 78

Grandy, Mabel Latham: Cooper Col-
lege student 408, 409n

Granges: comment on, 1873 288

Grant, George: Victoria colony founder, 9
Grant, Ulysses S.: at Wamego, 1873, 340

Grass, Mrs. Harry, Rush co 231

Gratz, Henry H., of Missouri 369

Gray, J. Rufus, Pratt 110

Gray county: county seat war, note

on 178, 179

Gray County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, note on 462

organization, note on 231

Great Bend: United Presbyterian church

history, noted 458

Great Bend Daily Tribune: articles in,

noted 458

Great Bend Tribune: articles in, noted, 459
Green, Elizabeth, of Fauquier co., Va., 356
Green, Steve and Jess (or Jeff?): killed

in Texas 32, 33

murderers of G. S. Brown 27- 30

Greene, Rev. Jesse: descendant of,

noted 88

Greene, Joe: great grandson of the

Rev. Jesse Greene 88

Gregory, , Newton: 1871 resident, 194

Gregory, Donald, Osbprne co 461

Grinnell, C. A., Americus: donor. ... 84
Griswold, Dr. J. F., Lawrence: killed

in Quanta-ill raid 146

Gryden, Harry E., Dodge City .... 13, 309

437| 438
Guilinger, Ed: article by, noted 230



"Gun Fighters, Some Notes on Kansas
Cowtown Police Officers and": ar-
ticle by Nyle H. Miller and Joseph
W. Snell .... 1-33, 158-205, 302- 339
410- 455

Guttery, Elmire, Alton 461

Guyer, Ulysses Samuel: U. S. repre-
sentative 351



Haas, Esther: article by, noted 105

Hadley, Zirnri M. and Sarah Ann: ar-
ticle on family of, noted 458

Haines, Stella B., Augusta 232

Hainline, William R., Trego co. . . 343

Hakes, Mabelle R., Clyde 106

Hale, Edward Everett 45

Hale, Mrs. Nettie, Alton 461

Hall, Bertha Moore (Mrs. Merton). . . 386
Hall, Clayton, Sr., Ford(?) co. . . 104
Hall, Mary A., Topeka: book list by,

noted 463

Hall, Standish, Wichita 102

Halloway, Col. E. B., of Missouri 126

Hallowell, James Reed: U. S. repre-
sentative 348, 349

Halstead: Presbyterian church history,

noted 229

Halstead Independent: article in, noted, 229
Hamelton, Charles: Marais des Cygnes

massacre perpetrator 132

Hamilton, R. L., Beloit 102

Hamilton, Robert, Rush co 231

Hamilton County Historical Society:

organization, noted 109

Hamlin, Frances, Gray co 231, 462

Hammy, : murdered near Pond

creek, 1869 425

Hanback, Lewis: U. S. representa-
tive 349, 353

Hancock, Mai. Gen. Winfield Scott:
"Wild BilF Hickok with 1867 ex-
pedition of 418- 420

Hand, Dora, Dodge City: killing of,

noted 9, 315, 325

Handy, Lt. George: in Kansas, 1865. . 251
Hannibal and St. Joseph railroad : note

on 115n

Hanson, Harry E., Wyandotte co. . . 101, 109
Harbaugh, Mrs. H. W., Phillipsburg:

donor 82

Harder, Wesley, Silver Lake: donor. . . 81
Hardesty, Edward F., Ford co.: Barney

Elliott killed by 438

Hargis, Denver D.: U. S. representa-
tive 352

Harlan, Lee, Dodge City: police of-
ficer 15, 195, 196

Harmony Mission . 153

Harner, Mrs. C. R Ill

Harper, Mrs. Jesse C., Ashland . . . 88, 102

Harper, William Rainey 397n

Harper county: historical articles noted, 107
Harper County Historical Society: or-
ganization, note on Ill

Harper's New Monthly Magazine: ar-
ticle (Feb. 1867) on "Wild Bill"

Hickok, discussed 413- 417

Harris, Grant, Caldwell 162

Harris, H. F., Caldwell: 1879 resident, 331
Harris, W. H., Dodge City: at Tomb-
stone, Ariz 327

co-owner, Long Branch saloon . . 196, 309
Harris, W.W., Santa Rosa, Calif.: donor, 80
Harris, William Alexander: U. S. repre-
sentative 349

Harrison, Paul, and wife, Hollywood,
Calif.: donors 82, 86



GENERAL INDEX



475



Harvey, Mrs. A. M., Topeka 102

Harvey, Augustus Ford: 1858 survey-
ing journal, noted 460

Harvey, Jack: a scout for General Han-
cock 419, 421

Harvey, James M.: governor 423

Harvey, Perce, Topeka 231

Harveyville, Wabaunsee co.: article on,

noted 104

Haskell, Dudley Chase: U. S. repre-
sentative 241, 245, 350

Haskell, Mrs. H. P., Topeka: donor. . . 84
Haucke, Frank, Council Grove, 74, 91, 100
Haucke, Mrs. Frank, Council Grove:

donor 84

Haven: Methodist church histories,

noted 107

Haven Journal: article in, noted 107

Hawkes, C. B., Topeka 71n

Hawkes, Charles M., Portland, Maine:

Kansas business interests of .... 67- 73
letters, 1872-1887, quoted .... 68- 73
Hawkes, Lydia, Portland, Maine . . 69n, 73

Hawkes, S. N., Topeka 73n

Hawkes, Rev. W. S., South Hadley Falls,

Mass 70n, 71n

Hawley, Lorene Anderson: "Kansas
Congressmen and Reapportionment,"

article by 345- 354

note on 345n

Haying: article on, noted 106

Hays, Ed., Wichita: arrested, 1875, 17, 320

Hays: a cowtown, 1869 2, 3

historical articles, noted 230

killings in, 1869-1870 423, 424, 428

police officers and gun fighters, data

on 21, 423- 428

"Wild Bill" Hickok in, 1867-

1869 421, 428

Hays City Advance: quoted, 198, 199, 421
Hays Daily News: articles in,

noted 230, 342

quoted 422

Haywood, C. Robert, Winfield 232

Headley, Rev. J. T.: comment on writ-
ings of 414

Hebbard, J. C.: on Freedmen's aid

committee 240, 241n, 245, 246n

Heck, Henry, Ford co.: murder of,

noted 436

Hecox, Al, lola: recollections, noted. . . 107
Hedges (Osage orange): as "fencing", 285
Hedrick, W. M., Augusta . , .231

Hegler, Ben F., Wichita 102

Heinz, Charley, Dodge City 25, 441

Heller, Mrs. Walter, Hunter 462

Helm, Frank, and wife: donors 79

Helvering, Guy Tresillian: U. S. rep-
resentative 352

Hemingray, J. C., & Co., Leavenworth, 377
Henderson, Mrs. Doris: article by,

noted 105

Henderson, Rev. T. W., Topeka: on

Freedmen's aid committee 240n

Henning, E. C. (or C. H.?) Cald-

weU. 449, 450

Henningsen, Mrs. Darus, Mankato .... 461
Hennon, Helen: history of Washington

by, noted 463

Henrichs, George Ill

Hensley, Russell & Company, Leaven-
worth 371

Hepburn, Betsy Ann, of Vermont. . . . 359

Hepburn, Myrtilla, of Vermont 359

Heritage, Lemuel T., Emporia: article

on, noted 108

Heritage of Kansas, The: edited by

Everett Rich, note on 463

Heritage of Kansas, Emporia: note on

May, 1960, issue 458

Herod, Len B.: article by, noted. . 106



Herrick, J. T., Sumner co.: county at-
torney 444

Herrick, Rev. Ralph E.: article by,

noted 107

Herron, Iva, Edwards co 343

Herron, J. H., Clay co., Tex. 443

Hershfield, Ben, Tyjunga, Calif.:

donor 82, 84

Hervey, Mrs. Freda G., Manhattan. . . 84
Herzog, Ellis co.: article on, noted. . 230

Hess, Wilbur, Salina 86

Hewitt, I. N. "Jibo" 109, 231

343, 461, 462
Hiawatha: 1879 lithograph, noted. . 86

Hibbard, Allan, Barber co 462

Hickey, : wounded at Newton,

1871 188, 191

Hickman, RusseU K.: article by, noted, 104
Hickok, James Butler "Wild

Bar i, 3, 23, 199

Abilene marshal 186, 339

attempts on life of 432, 433

career as Kansas police officer. .410, 433
cartoon of Hickok carrying Abilene

councilman, 1871 facing 424

Civil War activities 410 411

Dave Tutt killed by 411- 413

death of 434

deputy U. S. marshal, 1868 422

descriptions of 418, 421, 434

Ellis co. sheriff 423- 427

in Cheyenne, Wyo 434

in government employ 410- 422

letter, 1868, quoted 422

~K. ria $f;-iv 0te ? n facing 424

Mike Williams killed by 411

Phil. Coe killed by ... ;. . V.Y.481 432
Sam Strawhim killed by. . 423* 424
sketch (portrait) from Harper ; s,

!8<57 facing 424

^-comment on 415 415

with Hancock's expedition 418- 420

Hickok, William: same as "Wild

Bill"? 410 4u

Hicks, Mrs. Virginia Pierce: article by!

noted 105

High Country Empire: by R. G. ' '

Athearn, noted 344

High Plains Journal, Dodge City, Heinie

Schmidt s column in, notes on . . 104, 105



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