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biographical data 396n

letter, quoted 395r

McCrary, George W.: secretary of war, 236

McCulloch, , Caldwell: constable, 163

McDonald, J. H., Abilene: police offi-
cer 186, 339, 430

McDonald, Joseph, Dodge City: death,

noted 179

McElroy, , Fort Scott: resident,

1880's(?) 263

McElyea, Tonkajo, Barber co 462

McEvoy, Sutherland &, Leavenworth,

facing 376

McFarland, Helen M., Topeka 102

donor 84

McFarland, N. C., Topeka 236n

Freedmen's aid committee

head 239-241, 243

McFarland, Wabaunsee co.: article on,

noted 104

McGarry, Harvey, Dodge City 204

McGee, : boss of trail herd, 1882, 28

McGrath, Thomas: jailed at Wichita. . 311

312, 314

MacGregor, Alice, Barber co 462

McGrew, Mrs. William E., Kansas City, 102
McGugin, Harold Clement: U. S. rep-
resentative 351

Macintosh, J. V., Hays: elected state

rep., 1869 427

Mack, George, Topeka: donor 84

McKandles gang: "Wild Bill" Hickok's

fight with, discussed 415, 417

Mackenzie, Col. Ranald 316

McLaughlin, , Abilene 338

McLaughlin, Dr. H. T.: missionary . . 386
McLowery, Frank and Tom: in Tomb-
stone, Ariz., fight 328

McMains, Virgil, Decatur co 461

MacMillan, Dr. D., Caldwell 335, 336

449, 450

McNary, T. H., Brown co.: recollec-
tions, noted 105

McNeill, E. W., Hamilton co 109

Madden, Mollie: articles by, noted . 230



GENERAL INDEX



481



Madison, Edmond Haggard: U. S. rep-
resentative 853

Magee, Wayland W., Bennington, Neb.:

donor 84

Mail, U. S.: in eastern Kansas, 1828-

1870, thesis on, noted 79

Majors, Alexander 365, 379

article in K. C. Times on, noted. . . . 342
books on his freighting career, noted, 355
early freighting ventures noted, 366, 367
influence of Wm. H. Russell on, dis-
cussed 379. 380

Kansas business interests

of 373-379 passim

-see, also, Majors & Russell; Majors,
Russell & Company

Majors & Russell 373- 375

Majors, Russell & Company, Leaven-
worth: enterprises of 373, 374

Kansas land speculations of 374

name variations, noted 373

Malin, James C., Lawrence, 100, 102, 255n
essay "The Contriving Brain as the

Pivot of History," by, noted 232

"Eugene Ware and Dr. Sanger: The
Code of Political Ethics, 1872-1892,"

article by 255- 266

Malone, James, Gem 91, 102

Maltbie, Warren, Finney co Ill

Man, John, Abilene: shot, 1871 195

Manhattan: "Exodusters" at, 1879 . . 237
Kansas village two miles east of,

noted 156, 157

Manhattan Independent: quoted 421

Manhattan Mercury: article in, noted . . 107

Manning, Al, Dodge City 176

Manshardt, Mrs. F. M., Topeka:

donor 82, 84

Manspealier, Mrs. Edna, Topeka:

donor 84

Marais des Cygnes massacre: an 1863

account of 132

Marais des Cygnes river: McCoy camp

on, 1828 153

Maranville, Lea, Ness City 102

Marion County Historical Society: or-
ganization, notes on 232

Marketing Kansas Wheat (state pub-
lication): noted 112

Marmaton, Bourbon co.: Cumberland

Presbyterian church 459

note on, 1863 137, 138

Marquette Legends: by the Rev. F. B.

Steck, noted 344

Marshall, Mrs. Kate: Thomas co., rem-
iniscences of, noted 229

Marshals, of Kansas cowtowns: article
by N. H. Miller and J. W. Snell

on 1-33, 158-205, 302-339, 410- 455

Martin, Barney, Dodge City: killed,

1879 12, 13, 436

Martin, Donald Ferguson, Los Angeles,

Calif.: donor 82, 85

Martin, James, Dodge City 9

Martin, Jim (or John?), Refugiq, Tex.:

killed at Newton 188. 190, 191

Martin, John, Wichita: police officer. . 319

Martin, Robert, Lyons: donor 86

Martin, Tom, Springfield, Mo.: friend

of "Wild Bill" 415

Mary Winifred (sister): article on,

noted 105

Marysville Advocate: article in, noted, 457
Mason, Joseph, Dodge City: police

officer 175, 303

Mason county, Ky.: Waddell family

in 356- 358

Masonic Lodge No. 14, Oskaloosa:

donor 84

Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Com-
pany: notes on 46

Masterson, Edward J., Dodge City:
death, noted 323



Masterson, Edward J., police officer, 4
8, 9, 303, 305, 307
Masterson, James, Dodge City: police

officer.. 10, 13, 176-179, 205, 324, 326

Masterson, William Barclay "Bat" . . 1

3, 8-10, 23, 302, 306, 325, 435

article on, noted 105

Dodge City visit, 1883, noted .... 330

Ford co. sheriff 306-308, 314

315, 317, 323

undersheriff 304, 305

Mather, "Mysterious Dave," Dodge

City 13, 196

Mathewson, William M., "Buffalo Bill", 198

Matthews, Cecil, Edwards co 343

Matthews, David Calvin: notes on. . . 393

on Cooper College faculty 393

Mayhew, Mrs. Patricia Solander, Wich-
ita 100, 102

Mayslick, Ky.: W. B. Waddell, a mer-
chant of 357, 358

Mazzulla, Fred M., Denver, Colo.:

donor 86

Meagher, John, of Wichita and Cald-

well 203, 446

Meagher, Mike, of Wichita and Cald-
well 4, 16, 17- 19

city marshal of Wichita 203, 311

318- 321

killing of, noted 31, 32, 329

mayor of Caldwell 334, 446

Means, Hugh, Lawrence 102

Mechem, Kirke, Lindsborg 90, 102

Meckfessel, Dr. Frank G.: article on,

noted 230

Medicine Lodge: bank robbery attempt,

1884 166- 173

Meeks, Ralph, El Dorado: articles by,

noted 106

Memphis, Carthage and Northwestern

Railroad Co 280

Mendenhall, Mrs. Roscoe, Emporia ... Ill
Menke, D. R., Garden City: stabbed,

187 316

Menninger, Mrs. Grace Gaines, Topeka, 231

article by, noted 104

Menninger, karl, Topeka 100, 102

Mennonites: in Kansas, article on, noted, 342
Menoken, Shawnee co.: Kansas village

at, 1830 157

Merrill, Stanley T., Rush co 231

Metcalf, Willis, Caldwell: constable, 27, 28

Meyer, Fred, Jewell 461

Meyer, Herbert Alton: U. S. representa-
tive 351

Mexican War: Santa Fe trail the supply

line for U. S. army in 365, 366

Miami county: comment on, 1863, 127- 131
Miles, Moses: one of killers of T. J.

Smith 338

Mill creek, Wabaunsee co 156

Millbrook, Mrs. Raymond H., Detroit,

Mich.: donor 81

Miller, Ben, Decatur co 461

Miller, Ben S., Caldwell 167, 171

Miller, Bradford, Topeka: on Freed-

men's aid committee 240n

Miller, George, Sawyer 110

Miller, George H., Wyandotte: supt.,

school for the blind 236n, 244

Miller, Glenn H., Jr.: "Business and
Agricultural Conditions in Kansas,

1871-1888," article by 67- 73

note on 67n

Miller, Mrs. Henry B., Topeka: donor, 84
Miller, Mrs. Henry W., Delavan: donor, 84
Miller, Howard S., Morrill: U. S. rep-
resentative 350

Miller, J. N., Caldwell 166

Miller, T. W., Ford co.: cattleman . 7
Miller, James, Ellsworth: mayor, 1873, 441
Miller, James Monroe: U. S. representa-
tive 352



482



GENERAL INDEX



Miller, Joe: cowboy, 1872 26

Miller, Karl, Dodge City: biographical

data 74

death, noted 74

Miller, Newt, Caldwell: police officer. . 447

Miller, Nyle H., Topeka 410n

address by, noted 109

and wife, donors 84

author, with J. W. Snell, of "Some
Notes on Kansas Cowtown Police Of-
ficers and Gun Fighters" 1- 33

158-205, 302-339, 410- 455
secretary, Historical Society .... 88, 100
Miller, Orrin Larabee: U. S. representa-
tive 350

Miller, Percy L., Johnson co.: article

on, noted 229

Miller, Roger, Pratt 110

Miller, Rudolph: Cooper College stu-
dent 397n

Miller, Russell & Co 377

Mills, T. A., Caldwell 335

Minke, Fritz, Newton 456

Minneola, Franklin co.: brief history, 143n

-^C. M. Chase at, 1863 143, 144

Minor, Amelia, Hamilton co 109

Mission creek, Shawnee co.: Kansas

villages on, noted 156

Mission Township (Shawnee co. ) Mu-
tual Protective Assn.: article on,

noted 104

Missouri (state) Militia: Fifth cavalry

1862-1863 records, filmed 81

Missouri: comment on, 1863 .... 114, 115
Missouri Democrat, St. Louis: H. M.
Stanley's "interview" with "Wild Bill"

Hickok in, quoted 418, 419

Missouri river: railroad bridge, Leaven-
worth, noted 298

Missouri River, Fort Scott and Gulf Rail-
road Co 280

Missouri: Weekly Patriot, Spring-
field, Mo.: quoted on "Wild

Bill" Hickok 411- 416

Mitchell, Alexander Clark: U. S. rep-
resentative 351

Mitchell County Historical Society: or-
ganization, notes on 461, 462

Mitchum, Mrs. Paul, Kansas City. ... Ill

Mix, Miles, Dodge City 8

Modoc Indians: at Baxter Springs,

1873 288- 290

described, 1873 289, 290

on Quapaw reservation 289n, 290

war of 1872-1873, note on 289n

Moneca, Linn co 132

Mongrain, Noel (Osage half-breed).. 153

Monroe, Floyd, Topeka: donor 84

Montgomery, John, Ellsworth: council-
man 175

Montgomery, John D., Junction City. 102
Montgomery county: Coal Creek school

history, noted 459

courthouses history, noted 34 1

historical article, noted 230

Monument, Logan co. : note on 253

Monument Station, Gove co.: C. R.

Wetzel's article on 250- 254

Moon, Jessee, Abilene 187

Mooney, Mrs. Annie: article by, noted, 230

Moore, Bertha, Sterling 386

Moore, George: alias(?) of George

D' Amour 203

Moore, Mrs. Hattie, Council Grove:

donor 88

Moore, Horace Ladd: U. S. representa-
tive 350

Moore, John A.: arrested for mule

stealing 443, 444

Moore, Mrs. Louise, Downs 461

Moore, Russell, Wichita 100, 102

Moore & Waddell, Lexington, Mo. . . . 370



Morco, John "Happy Jack," Ells-
worth 201, 202, 441

killed, 1873 174

Morehead, Charles R., Sr., Lexington,

Mo 370

Morehead, Charles R., Jr.: in Leaven-
worth 371

Morehead, Benson & Co., Lexington,

Mo 370

Morehead, Waddell & Co., Lexington,

Mo 370

Morehouse, George P 152

Moreland, James: at Caldwell, 1879, 331
Mormon Conflict, 1850-1859, The: by

N. F. Furniss, note on 344

Morphy, W. N., Dodge City 230, 306

Morrill, Edmund Needham: U. S. rep-
resentative 349, 350

Morrill, Brown co.: history, noted. ... 341

Woman's Literary Club 341

Morris, R. F., and wife, Topeka: donors, 84

Morris, Warren, Lyon co 110

Morris, William, Caldwell 28, 444

Morrow, Marco: C. E. Sweet's article

on, noted 104

papers of, given Historical Society . 80
Morrow, Mrs. Marco, Topeka: donor. . 80

Morse, C. L., Topeka: donor 84

Mortgage brokerage business: in Kan-
sas, 1871-1888, C. M. Hawkes' ex-
periences 67- 73

Morton, William, Dodge City 176

Moser, M. R., Wichita 317

Mosher, O. W., Emporia 110

column by, noted 108, 342

Mould, Dan C.: article by, noted 230

Mould family, Hodgeman co.: article

on, noted 230

Mound City: descriptive note, 1863 . . 132
Moundridge: Alta Mill, article, noted . . 463
Moundridge Journal: article in, noted . . 463

Moyer, A. N., Wyandotte 234

Mudroch, Vaclav, Lawrence 232

Mueller, Harrie S., Wichita 102

and wife: donors 79

Mulvey, Bill: not killed by "Wild

Bill" 428

Munger, D. S., Wichita: house, notes

on 96, 97

Munsell, Marie, Council Grove:

donor 82- 84

Munsing, Bob: with Talbott gang. ... 159

Murdock, Victor, Wichita 93

U. S. representative 353, 354

Murphy, Franklin D., Lawrence. 102

Murphy, John (soldier): shot in Ellis

co. 1869-70 428

Muse, R. W. P., Newton: 1871 resi-
dent 193

Museums and historical societies, local:

note on 74

Music: account of the Cooper College

quartet 398- 402

Muskingum College 397

Myers, A. J.: articles by, noted 105

Myers, Ray, Smith co HO

Myrick, Elijah, Ayer, Mass 72n

Myton, H. P., Ford co 439

N

Nance, Edna, Gray co 231

National Park Service 86

National Pony Express Centennial Assn., 381
Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas:

donors 82

1960 meeting, note on 110

Navrat, Ed, Marion 232

Neal, Elinor, Topeka: donor 84

Neal, J. A., Caldwell: police officer . . 180
Neeley, George Arthur: U. S. repre-
sentative . .354



GENERAL INDEX



483



Negro exodus, 1879: Glen Schwende-

mann's article on 233- 249

Neiswender, Robert, Topeka: donor. . . 84

Nelson, C. D.: cattleman 62

Nelson, Mrs. Margaret, Smith co 110

Nelson, Truman: The Surveyor by,

noted 343

Nemaha County Journal-Leader, Cen-

tralia: article in, noted 342

Neodesha Daily Sun: article in, noted, 108
Neosho Falls, Woodson co.: comment

on, 1863 141

dam, 1863, noted 141

Neosho valley: comment on, 1863 .... 141

Ness county: history, noted 459

Ness County News, Ness City: article

in, noted 459

special historical edition, 1960, noted, 459
Nettleton, Anna A., Guilford, Conn. . . . 72n
Neuenschwander, Elsie, Lawrence:

donor 84

Nevill, Harry, Newton: marshal 191

New England Emigrant Aid Com-
pany: founding and purposes of, dis-
cussed 46- 58

New Era (Lecompton, Medina, Valley

Falls): 1866-1916, filmed 82

Newby, Otto W.: Cooper College stu-
dent 408

Newman, , Wichita 312

Newman, George W., Emporia: article

on, noted 342

Newman, Mrs. Tillie Karns, Coffeyville, 111

article by, noted 341

Newquist, Aileen, Beloit 461

News-Chronicle, Scott City: articles in,

noted 457

Newton, John, Dodge City: councilman,

1878 between 424, 425

Newton, M., Ellsworth: mayor 175

Newton: cowtown, 1871 2, 3

"Hide Park," references to. . . .189, 193

killings in, 1871 187- 195

police officers and gun fighters, data

on 26, 187- 195

Newton Kansan: progress edition, 1960,

noted 341

Niccum, Norman H., Tecumseh: donor, 82
Nichols, George Ward: his article on
"Wild Bill" Hickok discussed . .413- 417

Nichols, I. A., Smith co 110

Nichols, T. L., Baltimore, Md 38

Nicholson, Johnny: cowboy, 1879 . . . 332

Nickerson Argosy: quoted 25

Nicodemus, Keith, Decatur co 461

"Night herding^* 103

Nixon, Harry, Barber co 462

Noble, Dr. William A., Caldwell, 334- 336
445, 448- 450
Nolan (Nowlan), Lt. Henry J., Seventh

U. S. cavalry: at Monument Station, 252
Norris, Lewis M., Leneville, Ala.: donor, 84
North Topeka: "Exodusters" at, 1879, 246

in 1873, comment on 296

Northeast Kansas Historical Society . . . 343
Northwest Brown Countian, The, Mer-
rill: Morrill history in, noted 341

Norton, John "Brocky Jack," Abilene . . 195
Nye, Mrs. Bill, Harper co Ill



Oak Valley, Montgomery co.: article

on, noted 230

Oberlin: 75th anniversary celebration,

note on 462

O'Connell, Lt. Edward J., Fort Riley. . 231
O'Connell, Lum: arrested at Caldwell, 451
O'Connell, Wayne A.: article by,

noted 229

O'Conner, Barney, Medicine Lodge. . . 171



O'Connor, Thomas H.: "Cotton Whigs

in Kansas," article by 34- 58

note on 34n

Odom, B. M., Caldwell 449, 450

Ogden, Maj. E. A.: at Fort Leaven-
worth 367

Ogrens, Mrs. C. W., Downs 461

Oil industry: historical article, noted, 104

Olathe 280

Olathe Herald: merger, noted 458

Olathe Mirror: 1876-1905, filmed 82

history, note on 458

Olathe News: note on 458

Olive, I. P., Ellsworth: wounded,

1872 200, 201

Oliver, A. W., Wichita: on police com-
mittee facing 425

Oliver, Mae, Topeka 110

O'Loughlin, Kathryn. See McCarthy,

Kathryn (O'Loughlin)

Olwine, Margaret: articles by, noted. . 106
Osage county: archaelogical work in,

1959 77

Osage Indians: descriptive notes, 1863, 143
Osage orange hedges: in 1870's, com-
ment on 285

Osborn, Thomas A., Leavenworth. . . . 299

governor 5

letter, 1876 6

Osborne County Historical Society: or-
ganization, notes on 461

Osceola, Mo.: burned, 1861 147, 149

Oskaloosa Independent: centennial edi-
tion, 1960, note on 460

Oswego: Little Town well history,

noted 229

plat of, given Historical Society . . 86

Oswego Democrat: article in, noted. . 229

Oswego Independent: article in, noted, 229

Otis, Harrison Gray, Boston, Mass. . 35, 37

Otis, John Grant: U. S. representative, 352

Ottawa: "Exodusters" at, 1879 237

Ottawa County Historical Society. ... 86

Ovenshine, Capt. Sam: at Fort Hays . 422

Overland Mail Company 381, 382

note on facing 377

Overland Stage Company: "Wild Bill"

Hickok an employee of 417

Owen, Mrs. Alvin, Louisville: donor. . 84

Owen, Mrs. E. M., Lawrence 102

Owen, Jennie Small: article by, noted, 106

donor 82

Owens, Samuel C., Independence, Mo.:

manager Aull brothers store 360



Palmer, O. C., Wyandotte 235

Pantle, Alberta: librarian, Historical

Society 88, 206

Paola, Miami co 280

comment on, 1863 128- 130

Ouantrill once a resident of 130

Paris, Linn co 132

Parker, : a Quantr ill lieutenant . 126

Parker, Mai. Gen. Theodore W., Fort

Riley 231

Parkerville, Morris co.: article on,

noted 105

Parks, Mrs. Charles, Winfield: bio-
graphical sketch, noted 229

Parks, Daniel F., Wichita: police offi-
cer 203, 311, 317, 321

Parks, Thomas, Wichita: police officer, 203

Parr, Don C., Attica Ill

Parsons, E. W., New York 423

Patrick, William K 410, 411

Patrons of Husbandry. See Granges
Patterson, Edward White: U. S. rep-
resentative 351

Patterson, Mrs. Harold, Ford 231



484



GENERAL INDEX



Paxico, Wabaunsee co.: article on,

noted . 104

Payne, E. W., Medicine Lodge: lolled,

1884 60, 167, 168

treasurer, Comanche cattle pool .... 65

Payne, Mrs. L. F., Manhattan 102

Payne, Wylie: cattleman 61, 62

Peery, Rev. John Thompson: mission-
ary 81

relatives of, noted 88

Peery, John Wilbur 88

Peery family: letters, 1846-1921,

filmed 81

Perkins, Bishop Walden: U. S. repre-
sentative 349, 351

Peters, Mason Summers: U. S. repre-
sentative 350

Peters, Ronald L., Topeka: donor .... 84
Peters, Samuel Ritter: U. S. representa-
tive 349, 353

Petersburg, Bourbon cp.: Mt. Olive
Presbyterian church history, noted . . . 459

Peterson, Ruby, Edwards co 343

Petillon, W. F., Ford co.: register of

deeds 435

Pfeiffer, Kenneth 461

Phelps, Zack 254

Philips, William Anderson: Cooper Col-
lege student 398, 401

Phillips, John, Caldwell 444

Phillips, John, Neosho Falls 141

Phillips, Mrs. Marie, Parsons: donor. . 84
Phillips. Richard W. "Dick": cattle-
man 61, 62, 66

Phillips, Wendell, Boston 38

Phillips, William, Neosho Falls 141

Phillips, William Addison: U. S. repre-
sentative 349, 350

Phillips County Historical Society: or-
ganization, note on 461

Phillips family. See Waddell family
Phillis, Lester F., McPherson: donor. . 81

Phye, D. W., Harper 65

Piatt, Mrs. J. A., Hamilton: donor.... 82

Pickard, C. W., Portland, Maine 72n

Pickle, Sue: article by, noted 460

Pictorial history of Kansas: in prepara-
tion, noted 76

Piedalue, Mrs. Bertha, Danbury, Neb.:

donor 82

Pierce, C. B., Leavenworth: note on,

1873 299

Pierce, Cad, Ellsworth 441, 442

killed, 1873 201, 202

Pierce, Francis L.: article by, noted ... 105
Pierceville: robbery, 1881, noted .... 439

Ping, Mrs. E. S., Topeka: donor 84

Pitts, Earl: article by, noted 460

Pitts, Sam H., Hodgeman co.: article

by, noted 230

Pittsburg: livery barn history, noted . . 106
Pittsburg Headlight: articles in,

noted 106, 342

Pittsburg Public Library: article on,

noted 342

Planter's Hotel, Leavenworth: comment

on, 1873 298, 299

Platt, Maf. E. R.: at Fort Leavenworth,

1879 243

Plattner, Mrs. Addie, Ford 231

Play party games: comment on 403

Floussard, La Verne, Decatur co 461

Plummer, Mark, Lawrence 232

Police officers and gun fighters, Kansas:
article by N. H. Miller and J. W.

Snell on 1-33, 158- 205

302-339, 410- 455

Political ethics, 1872-1892: as reflected
in Ware-Sanger friendship, J. C. Ma-

lin's article on 255- 266

Politics: in Kansas, comment on,

1873 294, 295



Pomeroy, Samuel C.: Kansas Valley

Bank president 377

York bribery charge, noted 295

Pond Creek Station (Smoky Hill trail), 251

Pony Express 377

advertisement in 1861 San Francisco

paper facing 377

centennial celebration, note on 381

comment on 380- 382

historical articles, 1960, on, noted . 341
R. W. Howard's history (1960) of,

note on 344

run by the Central Overland Calif.

& Pike's Peak Express Co 374

Russell, Majors & Waddell operators

of, comment on 380, 381

Pope, Mai. Gen. John: at Fort Leaven-
worth 243

Popenoe, Paul: donor 79

Porter, Mrs. Catharine Wiggins: bio-
graphical data 383, 384

her reminiscences filmed 81

note on published reminiscences of . . 383
reminiscences "College Days at
Cooper Memorial, 1895-1898,"

by 383- 409

Porter. Clyde and M?e Reed 344

Porter, Mrs. Earl, Osborne 461

Porter, Ellis K., Rice co.: note on. ... 383
Porter, Mrs. Ellis K. See Porter, Mrs.

Catharine Wiggins

Porter, Kenneth Wiggins: editor of
Mrs. Catharine Wiggins Porter's rem-
iniscences 383- 409

note on 383n

Porter, L. C.: fined at Caldwell, 1880, 452

Porter, Lena, Sterling 386n

Postal history: eastern Kansas, 1828-

1870, thesis on, noted 79

Potosi, Linn co.: vulnerable position

of, 1860's, note on 134

Pottawatomie Indians: group of, on
tour in "Kansas" in 1828, noted. . . 153

Potter, G. W., Ford co 435

Potts, William: arrested at Wichita,

1875 16, 17, 319, 320

Powell, Leslie A., Marion 232

Powers & Newman, Leavenworth:

freighters 252

Prairie chickens: in southern Kansas,

1873, noted 278

Prairie fires: article on, noted 460

Prairie Printers, Inc., Colby: mazagine

published by, noted 341

Pratt County Historical Society: or-
ganization, note on 110

Pratt Tribune: article in, noted 229

Prentice, C. W., St. Louis, Mo., 245, 246n
Preston, Pratt co.: Methodist church

history, noted 229

Price, Mrs. Robert, Topeka: donor. ... 84
Prince, Capt. William E.: at Kansas

City, 1861 126

papers of, noted 80

Pritchard, DeWitt, Lexington, Mo. ... 364
Protestant Episcopal Church, Diocese of

Kansas: history, note on 112

"Pukes": note on 114

Purdy, Frank, Sterling 386



Quanta-ill, William C 130

attack on Independence, Mo., 1862,

noted 126

comment on, 1863 118

resident of Paola, noted 130

Quanta-ill raid: Lawrence, 1863 292

C. M. Chase's Aug. 1863 de-
scription 144- 148

Sherman Enderton's 1863 sketch,

facing 112



GENERAL INDEX



485



Ouapavv Friends Mission, I. T.: notes
on 288n, 290, 291

Quapaw Indians: Modoc Indians given
land on reserve of 289, 290

note on, 1873 290

Quapaw Methodist mission. See Craw-
ford Seminary, I. T.

Quindaro: C. M. Chase's comments on,
1873 269. 270

"Exodusters" at, 1879 234

Quinlin, Will, Sumner co 160



Ragan, Mrs. Thelrna, Hoisington 462

Ramsay, Alexander, Lexington, Mo.: co-
partner of W. H. Russell 364

Ramsey, Alexander, Ellis co.: sheriff,

1874 174, 175

Ramsey, Dick, Rush co 231

Ramsey, Mrs. Jessie, Council Grove:

donor 88

Ramsey, Lane, Topeka: donor 84

Randall, Capt. , Fifth U. S. cav-

Rand^ll,' Wayne,' Osage 'City '.'. '. . '.'. '. . 110
Randall, Jewell co.: Christian church

history, noted . 459

Rankin, Alice, Barber co . 462

Rankin, Charles C., Lawrence .... 100, 102

Rath, Mrs. Robert Ill

Rawlins, J. M.: cattleman 2

Raynesford, H. C., Ellis 100, 102

"Reapportionment, Kansas Congressmen
and": article by Lorene Anderson

Hawley 345- 354

"Recent Additions to the Library": com-
piled by Alberta Pantle 206- 227

Reddington, Ed., Lawrence: note on. . 293

Redfield, Dr. J. S., Fort Scott 256, 257

Redleg(s): definition of, 1863 121

history 121

Redpath, F. M., Olathe: donor 82

Reed, , CaldweU: police officer. . 455

Reed, Clyde M., Jr., Parsons 100, 102

Reed, Mrs. W. W., Topeka: donor 84

Reeder, Andrew H.: territorial governor, 49
Reeder, William Augustus: U.S. rep-
resentative 353

Rees, Edward H.: U. S. representative, 352
Rees, Rollin Raymond: U. S. represent-
ative 352

Rehkopf, Mrs. Fred A., Topeka 86

donor 84

Reid, Frank L., Howard: donor 82

Reinhart, Charles: fined at CaldweU,

1880 452

Relief : for "Exodusters," notes on, 239- 248

Rennie, Helen, Gray co 231

Reno county: Yaggy school history,

noted 106

Republic county: A. O. Savage's 1883

history, note on 230

Agnes Tolbert's history of, noted. ... 112
surveying in, 1858 (A. F. Harvey's

journal), noted 460

Reser, Charles, Hamilton 83

Reser, Mrs. Jean S., Hamilton: death,

noted 74

Rhea, Glenn, Great Bend 462

Rice, Mrs. Floyd, Florence 232

Rice, Oscar, Smith co 110

Rice county: H. Jones' history of, re-

issued 112

Rich, Everett: editor, The Heritage of

Kansas, noted 462

Rich, Lee, Fort Riley 231

Richards, Walter M., Emporia 102

article "Fencing the Prairies by,

noted 458

Richardson, Albert Deane: work by,

edited by D. von R. Drenner, noted, 79
Richardson, D. D., Finney co Ill



Richardson, Elmo R.: coauthor of work

on J. P. Usher 344

Richardson, Levi, Dodge City: killed

by Frank Loving 10-12, 315

Richardson, Myrtle H., Edwards co. . . . 343
Richey, R. C. (or Rickey, L.?), Wich-
ita: police officer 321, 322

Richmond, Mrs. E. K., Wellington:

donor 84

Richmond, Robert W., Topeka 232

and wife, donors 84

state archivist 88

Richmond, Mo.: Aull brothers store at, 361
Ridgely, Edwin Reed: U. S. representa-
tive 351

Riegle, Wilford 101, 102, 110

Riepl, Helen, Gray co 231

Riffel, Al, Lincolnville 232

Rigg, C. F., Barber co.: sheriff 171

Riley, James Francis: Recollections,

note on 344

review of his recollections, noted .... 342

Ripley, John, Topeka 86, 102, 104

donor 84

Riseley, Jerry, Stockton: donor 86



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