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Risley, D. R., Leavenworth facing 376

Robbins, Richard W., Pratt 102

donor 82

Robbins, Rev. Sheridan, Beloit 461

Roberson, J. S., Leavenworth. . . .facing 376
Robert Baughman Foundation: projects

of 76

Roberts, James, CaldweU 335

Roberts, Rev. John Wesley, Oskaloosa . . 460

Roberts, Larry W., Wichita 102

Roberts, S. F., Tecumseh: donor .... 82
Roberts family: Oskaloosa Independent

published by 460

Robertson, Ben: real name of Ben F.

Wheeler 172

Robertson, Frank C 344

Robinett, Mrs. Charles, RandaU 459

Robinson, Miss A. C., Chillicothe, Mo.:

marriage, noted 436

Robinson, Charles: plea (1855) for

arms by 50

Robinson, W. Stitt, Lawrence 232

Robinson, Brown co.: brief history,

noted 109

centennial, 1959, note on 109

Robl, Frank, Ellinwood 462

Rochester: W. H. Russell a promoter of, 374
Rock creek, Jackson co., Mo.: battle of,

1861, noted 125, 126

Rodkey, Clyde K., Manhattan 100, 102

Rodman, , Dickinson ( ? ) co. : sher-
iff 338

Rogers, A. H., Great Bend: article by,

noted 459

Rogers, Dan, CaldweU: mayor 336

Rogers, Samuel H., CaldweU: police

officer 335- 337

Rogg, Mrs. Herbert, RusseU Ill

Rogler, Wayne, Matfield Green 102

Roniger, George and Frank, Bazaar:

gift by, noted 109

Root, George: Shawnee county chro-
nology by, noted 104

Root, Mrs. George, Topeka: donor. ... 84
Rosa, Joseph G., Ruislip, England:

donor 82

Rosencrans, Albertina, Manhattan:

donor 84

Ross, Floyd, Sterling 385

Ross, H. A., CaldweU: jeweler 337

Ross, Harry Reath: Cooper CoUege

student 398, 402

Ross, Ruth (dau. of Dr. H. R.) 402n

Ross, T. H. B., CaldweU 444

Ross family, of Texas: captured in

1883 gun fight 443

Rowles, Leslie W., Topeka: donor ... 84



486



GENERAL INDEX



Royster, Maurice: cattleman 61

Rude, Frank, Topeka: donor 84

Rudebaugh, David: in ambush of Earp

party 329

Ruff, Jessie: Hodgeman co. reminis-
cences, noted 230

Ruggles, William, Topeka 297

Rupp, Mrs. Jane C., Lincoln ville: death,

noted 74

Ruppenthal, J. C., Russell 102

donor 82

Rush County Historical Society: officers,

1960, listed 231

Russell, Adala Elizabeth (dau. of

Wm. E. ) 359

Russell, Benjamin, of Vermont: emi-
grant to America, 1780's 359

Russell, Charles Benjamin (son of

Wm. H.) 362n

Russell, David: emigrant to America,

1780's 359

Russell, Edward: Kansas experiences to

1863, comment on 120

Leavenworth resident, C. M. Chase's

comments on 299, 300

Russell, Fanny (dau. of Wm. H.) ... .362n
Russell, Harriet Eliot Warder (Mrs.

Wm. H. ) : note on 362

Russell, John Warder ( son of Wm. H. ) , 362n

notes on, in Leavenworth 371

Russell, Lorene, Manhattan: donor . 84
Russell, Myrtilla (dau. of Wm. H.). . 362n

Russell, Myrtilla (Mrs. Wm. E.) 359

Russell, Stephen: emigrant to Amer-
ica, 1780's 359

Russell, Lord William, of England 359
Russell, William Eaton (son of Ben-
jamin), of Vermont 359

Russell, Mrs. William H.: genealogy

by, noted 359n 361

Russell, William Hepburn: and W. B.
Waddell, early careers of, article by

R. W. and Mary L. Settle 355- 382

bank director 364

biographical data 359- 364

business errors discussed 378- 380

children, noted 362n

cofounder, L. & P. P. Express Co.,

facing 376, 379

college trustee 369

co-owner Kansas Valley Bank 377

early employment, noted 361

early freighting ventures 365- 368

express co. interests of 371

home in Lexington, Mo., note on. . 364
Kansas business interests

of 373-379 passim

Leavenworth banking interest of . . . 376
Lexington, Mo., business interests

of 363-376 passim

marriage, note on 362

Missouri land holdings, noted. .363, 364

portrait facing 377

postmaster at Lexington, Mo.. .363, 376

railroad interests of 371, 372

steamboat named for. ... 376

Russell, Majors & Waddell 377

financial losses 378

L. & P. P. Express taken over by,

facing 376, 379
name variations of firm, notes

on 373, 374

notes on firm of 370 371

Proslaveryites 375, 376

"Wild Bill" Hickok an employee of, 412

Russell Record: article in, noted 108

Rust, Pete, Smith Center: donor .... 84
Ryan, Michael, Hays: death, noted. . 428
Ryan, Thomas, Topeka: U. S. rep-
resentative 351, 352



Sac & Fox Agency, Osage(?) co.: de-
scriptive notes, 1863 142, 143

Sac & Fox Indians: in Franklin-

Osage cos., comment on, 1863. . . . 142
Sac & Fox Methodist Mission, Osage

co.: note on, 1863 142

St. John, John Pierce: governor. ... 30

note on 238n

on Freedmen's aid committee 240n

reward proclamation, 1882, by 30

speech on "Exodusters," notes

on 233, 238, 239

St. John, William: cowboy 183

St. Joseph, Mo.: C. M. Chase's com-
ments on, 1863, 1873 115, 116

300, 301

Patee House, note on 115

St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press: article

in, noted 341

Salina 384, 385

Trinity Lutheran church history,

noted Ill

views of, noted 85

Salina Herald: 1874 issue, noted. ... 85

Salina Journal: article in, noted 459

Saline County Journal, Salina: quoted, 432

Salt Ford creek, I. T 63

Sampson, , St. Louis, Mo.: book-
keeper for Comanche County Cattle

Pool 62, 65

Samuel, Webster M., St. Louis, Mo. . . 371
Samuel & Allen, St. Louis,

Mo 371, facing 376

Sanborn, Brig. Gen. John B 410, 411

letter to "Wild BUI" Hickok quoted, 411
Sander, Mary Davis: article by, noted, 104
Sanders, Joe: article on J. G. McCoy,

noted 230

Sanderson, Col. John P 411

S anger, Dr. Increase Sumner: and
Eugene Ware, J. C. Malin's article

on 255- 266

Santa Fe trade: comment on, 116, 117, 364
Lexington, Mo., a center for. .358, 361
Santa Fe trail: edition of M. C. Field's

articles on, noted 343, 344

Savage, A. O.: note on his Republic

co. history 230

Sawyer, Otis, of Maine 70n

Saxe, John Godfrey: poem "The Game

of Life," quoted 406

Saxe, N. E., Topeka: donor 82

Scarfaced Charlie (Modoc chief).... 289

Schenck, Lena Baxter 104

Schimmell, Mrs. J. H., Topeka: donor, 84
Schmidt, Adam, Dodge City: article

on, noted 105

Schmidt, Heinie, Dodge City: column

by, notes on 104, 230, 457

Schoenmakers, Rev. John 143

Schoewe, Walter H., Lawrence 84

Scholten, Charley, Springfield, Mo.:

photographer 415

Schultz, Ray S., Great Bend. . . .231, 462
Schuttleman, Ellsworth, Ford co.: mur-
dered 18

Schweitzer, Wilma: articles by,

noted 230, 459

Schwendemann, Glen: note on 233

"Wyandotte and the First 'Exodust-
ers' of 1879," article by 233- 249

Scott, Angelo, lola 102

donor 84

Scott, Charles Frederick: U. S. rep-
resentative 350

Scott, M. C.: thesis by, noted 79

Scott county: pioneer days series by
Mrs. E. W. Vaughn, noted 457



GENERAL INDEX



487



Scrivner, Errett Power, Kansas City:

donor 80, 84, 85

U. S. representatives 351

Sedalia, Mo 372

Seger, : cattle camp, noted. ... 159

Segerman, Louis, Caldwell 336

Sellers, Rev. G. D.: in Jewell co.,

noted 459

Sellers, Hazel: article by, noted. ... 106
Seminole Indians: refugees in Woodson

co., notes on 141, 142

Seneca Friends Mission, I. T 290

Sequoyah (Finney) county: note on. . 315
Service Pipeline Co., Tulsa, Okla.:

donor 86

Settle, Raymond W., and Mary Lund
Settle: "The Early Careers of Wil-
liam Bradford Waddell and William
Hepburn Russell: Frontier Capital-
ists," article by 355- 382

list of writings by 377n

note on 355n

Seventh U. S. cavalry: troops, at

Monument Station 252

Seward, William: quoted 45, 46

Shack-Nasty Jim (Modoc Indian) 289

Shakers, society of 67, 69

Sharps rifles: to Kansas, 1855 50

Shaw, Joseph C., Topeka 100, 102

Shaw, Mrs. L. E., Topeka: donor. ... 84
Shawnee county: historical articles,

noted 104

industries (sugar, sorghum, cider,

cheese), article on, noted 104

Shawnee County Historical Society:

1960 meeting, note on 231

Shawnee County Historical Society,
Bulletin of the: articles in 1959 is-
sue, noted 104

Shawnee Indians: note on, 1873.... 290

Shawnee Methodist Mission 81

Shawnee Mission Indian Historical So-
ciety 88, 101

donor 82

Sheep: to Texas, 1859, noted 340

Sheldon, Dr. Charles M.: article on,

noted 106

Shelley, George W., Kansas City:

mayor 236

Shelton, D., Wyandotte 237n

Shelton, Frank M., Topeka: donor. . . 84
Sherar, Gladys: article by, noted. . . . 229

Sheridan's Roost: comment on 61

Sheriffs, of Kansas cowtowns: article
by N. H. Miller and J. W. SneU
on . . 1-33, 158-205, 302-339, 410- 455
Sherman, William T.: anecdote (1867)

of 103

Shields, Michael, Fort Scott: resident,

1870's 257, 260, 262

Shields, Mrs. O. J., Lost Springs .... 232
Shields, William, Lexington, Mo., 369, 371

Shinn, W. C., Dodge City 178

Shinn & Klaine, Dodge City: Times

publishers between 424, 425

Shobe, Mrs. Cora: article by, noted. . 105
Short, Luke, Dodge City. .3, 14, 178, 442

arrest, noted 309

co-owner Long Branch saloon 196

Wyatt Earp to aid of, 1883 330

Shouse, Jouett: U. S. representative. . 354

Shrader, , Ford co 18

Shrauner, Mrs. D. L., Gray co 462

Shriver, Mrs. Ethel 232

Shriver, J. K., Coats 110

Shubert, Mrs. Henry, Ramona 232

Shue, Mrs. Charles: article by, noted . 107

Sibbets, Jim, Caldwell 160

Sibley, Mai. E. S.: at Fort Leaven-
worth 375

Sibley, George C.: U. S. comm'r,
1825-1827 364



Signal-Enterprise, Alma: articles in,

noted 104

Simons, Dolph, Lawrence 102

Simons, Jacob A., Sycamore, HI 113

Simpson, Elizabeth, Barber co 462

Simpson, J. B., New York facing 376

Simpson, Jeremiah (Jerry): M. C.

Scott's thesis on, noted 79

U. S. representative 353

Simpson, Mrs. Mazie Morrison, Topeka:

donor 84

Singer, Fred, Dodge City: undersheriff, 25
179, 205, 435, 436, 439, 440

Skaggs, Larkin M.: killed, 1863 145n

Skelley, Norbert, Salina: donor, 82, 85, 86

Skinner, Col. E. B., Fort Riley 231

Slade, Charles: Overland Stage line

supt 417

Slagg, Mrs. C. M., Manhattan 102

Slavery issue: the "Cotton Whigs" and

the 34-58 passim

Slayback, Mrs. Alonzo: Waddell gen-
ealogy by, noted 356n

Sloan, E. R., Topeka 91, 102

Historical Society president .... 91, 100

Slosson, Preston W 232

Smelser, Mary M., Lawrence 102

Smith, Gen. A. J 418

Smith, Belle: Cooper College student. . 408
Smith, Charles S.: reminiscences of

western Kansas by, noted 105

Smith, Mrs. George B., Jr., Wyandotte

co 109

Smith, J. A., Abilene: on city council

1871 . 186

Smith, James, Ford co.: horse thief,

1878 315

Smith, Sophie Belle 409n

Smith, Thomas J., Abilene 4

capture of killers of 338, 339

killing of, noted 428

Smith, W. F.: cowboy 448

Smith, William, Vernon, Tex.: hanged

at Medicine Lodge 169, 170

in bank robbery attempt . . 167-169, 173
Smith, William, Wichita: city marshal, 317

fight with Wyatt Earp 321

Smith, Wint: donor 82

U. S. representative 353

Smith County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, note on 110

Smock & Waddell, Lexington, Mo 370

"Smoky Hill Pyramids" 250

Smoky Hill trail ( 1865 ) : history of Mon-
ument Station by C. R. Wetzel, 250- 254

Smoot, Luther R 376, facing 376

co-owner Kansas Valley bank 877

to Kansas, 1856 376

Smoot, Russell & Co., Leavenworth

(bankers) 376

advertisement facing 376

note on facing 376

success of 376, 377

Sneed, William, Topeka: donor 85

Sneeringer, Henry: article on, noted. . 105
Snell, Joseph W.: coauthor "Some Notes
on Kansas Cowtown Police Officers
and Gun Fighters" . . 1-33, 158- 205
302-339, 410- 455

Snow, Bud: cowboy, 1884, photo-
graph facing 64

Social life. See College life

Socolofsky, Homer E., Manhattan .... 102

editor, Kansas History in Graduate

Study, noted 112

Sohl, Jeanine, Topeka: donor 84

Sohl, Stanley, Topeka: donor 84

museum director, Historical

Society 74, 88

Songs: Cooper College songs (words
of) .... ....400, 401



488



GENERAL INDEX



Songs, list of those sung by Cooper

College quartet, 1890's 398n- 401

words of some popular 1890's songs, 399
Souders, Clifford V.: article by, noted, 106

Souders, Floyd R., Cheney 86, 110

Soule, A. L., Topeka: donor .... 82, 85
South Haven: Christian church: his-
tory noted 107

South Haven New Era: article in, noted, 107
Southwest Kansas: article by E. Collier

on, noted 107

Southwest Kansas Historical Society:

1960 meeting, note on Ill

Sowers, , Wichita 313

Sparks, Charles Isaac: U. S. representa-
tive 353

Spear, C. L., Caldwell 335, 336

Spear, Dave, Caldwell 331

suspected of J. F. Hunt murder, 449, 450
Spear, George, Caldwell: killing of,

noted 31

Spearville: views of, noted 85

Speer, John, Jr.: killed in Quantrfll

raid 145n

Speer, William, Lawrence 145n

Spencer, Francis Marion: Cooper Col-
lege president 385

387-390, 397, 404, 405

described 390n

Spivey, R. M., Newton: 1871 resident, 194
Spotted Horse (Pawnee Indian): death

at Caldwell, noted 162, 163

Spring, Agnes Wright 344

Spring Hill, Johnson co.: descriptive

note, 1863 . . 127

note on, 1858 128n

Sproul, William Henry: U. S. repre-
sentative 351

Squire, W. J., Sterling 407

Squires, : employee of Indian

dept 288

Stafford county: Peace Evang. and Re-
formed church history, noted 458

Stage lines: Kansas City, Mo., 1863,

comment on 116

Stahl, Frank M.: review of his auto-
biography, noted 106

Stallard, Mrs. Florence Stoneman: ar-
ticle by, noted 105

Stanley, Capt. David S.: at Kansas

City, Mo., 1861 126

Stanley, Henry M.: his "interviews"

(1867), quoted 418- 420

Stanton: descriptive note, 1863 . . 130

Stanton County Historical Society: 1960

meeting, noted 461

Steamboat: E. H. Durfee, "Exodusters"

on, 1879 234-236, 240, 246

Fanny Lewis, "Exodusters" on,

1879 233, 234

Joe Kinney, "Exodusters" on, 1879, 234

The William H. Russell .... . . .'.^76

Steamboat Frank (Modoc Indian) 289

Steck, Rev. Francis Borgia, O. F. M.:
Marquette Legends by, noted ... . 344

Steele, L. E., Newton: 1871 resident. . 194

Stephens, , Ellsworth co.: under-

sheriff, 1874 174

Sterling: in 1895, comment on .... 386
Second United Presbyterian Church,

in 1895, note on 392

Sterling College, Sterling (formerly
Cooper College): a United Presby-
terian Church of N. A. school 384

account of the Cooper College quar-
tet 398- 402

Catharine W. Porter's reminiscences
of student days (1895-1898) at, 383- 409

in 1895, described 386, 387

literary societies, notes on . . .405- 407



Sterling College, songs (words of two

Cooper College songs) 400, 401

Sternberg, George, Hays: donor 84

Stevens, Henry: cattleman, 1870's,

between 424, 425
Stevens, Thomas, Leavenworth: home,

1873, noted 298

Stevenson, R. N., Topeka: donor .... 84
Stevenson, R. W., Sumner co.: coroner, 444
Steves, F. M. & Sons, Printers, Topeka:

donors 84

Stewart, Donald, Independence . . . 100, 102

Stewart, Mrs. James G., Topeka 102

Stewart, Lee: scout at Fort Harker, 21, 22
Stillwell, Frank: in ambush of Earp

party 329

Stimpson, F. E., Lawrence: K. U. pro-
fessor 294

Stockton, J. S., Wyandotte: mayor,

1879 235, 236, 240, 241, 244

Stone, LaGrand, Smith co.: article on,

noted 342

Stormont, Estella Myrtle: Cooper Col-
lege student 408, 409n

Stormont, William Paul: Cooper Col-
lege student 402, 407n- 409

Straeter, Walter, Dodge City: city

councilman, 1878. . . .between 424 425
Strafuss, K. B., Manhattan: donor. ... 84

Stranathan, Marjorie, Barber co 462

Strathman, Joseph, Seneca 86

donor 84

Straughn, John W.: deputy Ford co.

sheriff 436

Ford co. coroner 435

Strawhim [Straughn?], Samuel, Hays:

killed by "Wild BUI" Hickok 423

424, 428

Street Henry: cattle camp, noted 159

Stringfield, Dr. F. M., Topeka 239n

Strong, , Miami co 130, 131

Strong, Charles H.: described 392n

on Cooper College faculty 392

Strong, Emma Vera: Cooper College

student 408, 409n

Strong, James George: U. S. repre-
sentative 352

Stroud, Capt. : at Monument Sta-
tion, 1865 251

Stuart, Lt. James Ewell Brown: in

Kansas, article on, noted 459

Sturm, Henry, Dodge City: saloon-
keeper 12

Stutzman, Mrs. Claude R., Kansas

City Ill

Stutzman, Mrs. Luella, Kearny co.:

article by, noted 457

Sudborough home, Sterling 385, 386

Sughrue, Michael, Dodge City 437

Sughrue, Patrick F., Ford co.:

sheriff 198, 441

Sulivan, Dan: soldier, arrested at

CaldweU 451

Sullivan, Mrs. Robert E., Hoisington. . 462

Sumey, Ruth, Topeka: donor 84

Summerfield, Arthur E 381

Sumner, Charles, of Massachusetts:

U. S. senator 52

Sumner, Atchison co.: W. H. Woods'

1858-1859 diary of, filmed 80

Sumner County Press, Wellington:

quoted 31

Sunder, John E.: editor of M. C.

Field's writings 344

Surveying: in 1858, A. F. Harvey's

journal, noted 460

Suter, Lea & Co., Washington, D. C., 376
Sutherland & McEvoy: Leavenworth
directory published by, noted,

facing 376

Sutton, Michael W., Dodge City: coun-
cilman 178, 306, 309, 315, 316



GENERAL INDEX



489



Swan, Alexander H.: biographical

sketch, noted 230

Swanson, Marvin: articles by,

noted 105, 342

Swart, Fred Ill

Swayer, S., Caldwell 444

Swearingen, Mrs. Martha: articles by,

noted 342, 459

Swedish settlements: J. I. Dowie's book

on, noted 112

Sweet, Annie B., Topeka: donor 84

Sweet, Charles E.: article on Marco

Morrow, noted 104

Sweet Springs, Mo 372

Switzer, Dr. Robert E., Topeka 83



Taggart, Joseph: U. S. representative. . 351

Taintor, Fred: cattleman 62

Talbot (or Talbott), : Mike

Meagher shot by 31, 32

Talbott (or Talbot) gang, Sumner

co 31, 159

Talbott, Col. Sanford J.(?): Humboldt

raid led by 139

Talcott, , Ottawa co.: 1870 pio-
neer 340

Talcott, Mrs. , Ottawa co.: 1870

journey of 340

Taliaferro, Charley, Medicine Lodge. . 168
Tate, Mrs. Lenora Boy Ian: article by,

noted 105

Tatum, Mel, Edwards co 343

Taxes: in southeast Kansas, 1870's,

comment on 288

Taylor, Anita Grim: thesis by, noted. . 79
Taylor, Harold O.: article by, noted, 342
Taylor, James E., Sharon Springs, 92, 102

Taylor, R. Roy Ill

Teaching: in latter 1890's at Cooper

College, comment on 389- 393

Teasing, , Ford co. 18

Tecumseh: W. H. Russell a promoter

of 374

Templar, George, Arkansas City 102

Terry, Mrs. Carl, Sawyer 110

Thatcher, J. M., Dodge City: express

co. agent 13

Thayer, Eli: Emigrant Aid Co.

founder 46, 47, 55

Theses: note on those given Historical

Society - 79

and dissertations on Kansas history,

bibliography of, noted 112

Thirty-eighth U. S. infantry: Co. I, at

Monument Station 252, 253

Thomas, James M., Caldwell: resident,

1879 332

Thomas, Mrs. Carl, Portis 461

Thomas, E. A., Wichita 92, 100, 102

Thomas, Sister Evangeline, Salina .... 232
Thomas county: George Cork's remi-
niscences, noted 458

historical articles and pictures, noted, 341
75th anniversary celebration, note on, 462
Wesley Chapel Methodist church his-
tory, noted 104

Thomas County, Yesterday and Today:

note on 341

Thompson, Ben: killer of C. B. Whit-
ney 317, 441

Thompson, Homer, Harper co Ill

Thompson, J. G.: described 390

on Cooper College faculty 390, 391

Thompson, Robert L., Jr., Moran:

donor 84

Thrailkill, Levi, Caldwell 336

Thralls, Joseph M., Wellington: head of

posse seeking Meagher's killers 159

fetters, 1882 . . . 30, 32, 33

Sumner co. sheriff .... 30, 32, 446, 450
Thurstin, Olin, Humboldt: note on 139

324411



Thurstin, Mrs. Olin: experiences with

rebel raider 139, 140

Tilghman, William M. "Bill" 3, 178

179, 308

biographical sketch, noted 230

Dodge City marshal 204, 205

Tillotson, Mrs. J. C., Norton: president,

Native Daughters 110

TiUotson, Mrs. L. R., Topeka: donor. . 84
Tillotson, Mrs. Raymond J., Shields:

donor 82

Tincher, Jasper Napoleon: U. S. repre-
sentative 354

Todd, Dr. , Sterling 894

Todd, George, Kansas City, Mo.: a

Quantrill lieutenant 118, 124, 125

Tolbert, Agnes: booklet on Republic

co. by, noted 112

Tombstone, Ariz.: Earp-Clanton feud,

noted 442

OK Corral gun Bght, 1881, accounts

of 328

article on, noted 342

Tompkins, W. F., Ellsworth: city clerk, 175
Tonganoxie: "Exodusters" at, 1879 . . . 237
Topeka: architects, article on, noted. . 104

"Exodusters" at, 1879 246- 248

First Presbyterian church history,

noted 112

horse cars in, 1881. noted 296n

hotels, George Root's items on, noted, 104
in 1873, C. M. Chase's comments

on 294- 297

ironworks, 1873, note on 296

Lincoln school, note on 295

millinery and dressmaking history, ar-
ticle on, noted 104

role in Freedmen's aid, 1879, notes

on 239-248 passim

schools, 1873, comment on 295

view of Sixth and Kansas, 1873 pho-
tograph facing 232

see, also, North Topeka

Topeka Opera House 233

Topeka Rolling Mills, North Topeka. . . 296

Topeka Rotary Club: donor 85

Topeka Stamp Club: donor 82

Topeka Weekly Leader: quoted 199

418, 422

Torrey, Henry, Paola 130

Tough, William Sloan: biographical

data 122

comment on 137

jayhawking career of 122- 124

Townsley, Will, Great Bend 102

Trace, Mrs. Carl F., Topeka: donor. . . 82

84, 85
Trail Guide, The, Independence, Mo.:

Dan D. Casement article in, noted . 341
Train robberies: attempt on Santa Fe

at Kinsley, 1878, noted 9

on Santa Fe, at Las Vegas, Nev.,

1879 13

U. P., at Big Springs, Neb., 1877, 8



Trask, Charles, Dodge City: police of-
ficer between 424, 425

Traux, Grace, Gray co 462

Tredwell & Clark: ranchers 167, 173

Trego County Historical Society: or-
ganization, noted 343

Trent, J. E., Fort Scott 257

Trock, E. L., Coats 110

Trowbridge, George, Leavenworth,

facing 376
Trowbridge, Mrs. Harry M., Wyan-

dotte co 109

Trowbridge, Mrs. Thressa, Clyde 106

Troy, Doniphan co.: comment on,

1863 121

Trueheart, Dr. Marion: note on 404n

student at Cooper College 404



490



GENERAL INDEX



Tucker, Ed. M., Temple City, Calif.:
donor 82, 84

Tunnell, Rev. R. M.,

Wyandotte 234, 235, 240

Turnbull, John, estate: donor 83

Turner, Erastus Johnson: U. S. rep-
resentative 353

Turner, Mrs. H. O., Portis 461

Tutt, David, Yellville. Ark.: killed
by "Wild Bill" Hickok 411- 413

Turtle, Asa C., and wife Emeline H.:
at Quapaw mission 288n, 290, 291

Turtle, Perry, Newton 190

Twin Springs, Linn co.: descriptive
note, 1863 131

Tyler, Pres. John 363



Ulysses, Grant co.: 50th anniversary,

note on 109

Kenneth Gray's essay on, noted .... 108

Ulysses News: article in, noted 108

Umbach, Mrs. Walter, Ford 231

Union Pacific railroad. See Train rob-

Eastern Division. See Kansas Pacific
railroad

Uniontown. Bourbon co 138n

United Presbyterian Church of North
America: Cooper (now Sterling)

College an institution of 384

note on 384n

United States: flag, post-Civil War
generation's attitude toward, dis-
cussed 265

Geological Survey, maps, noted. . . 86
mail, note on 1861 contracts for,

facing 377

representatives, brief history of ap-
portionment of 345- 347

Kansas, roster, 1861-1960 . . 349- 354

University of Kansas Press, Lawrence. . 344

1959 publication, note on 232

Unruh, F. G., Lehigh 232

Unruh, Mrs. R. T.. Topeka Ill

Urbanek, Vladimir, Pilsen 232

Usher, John Palmer: E. R. Richardson-
A. W. Farley work on, noted 344



Valentine. Maurice, and wife. Coun-
cil Grove: donors 84

Valley Falls Vindicator: article in,

noted 106

Van Antwerp, Earl, Scott co 463

Van Brunt, H.: donor 84

Vance, J. P., Alfred, Maine 69n- 72

Van De Mark, M. V. B., Concordia. . . 102
Van Druff, C. R., McLouth: donor. . . 84

Vang, Mary, Edwards co 343

Van Meter, Chet (son of S. H.), Sum-

ner co.: killed, 1883 444, 445

Van Meter. S. H. (or S. M.?). Sum-

ner co 444, 445

Van Patten, Mrs. Ruth Ross 402n

Vansant, Capt. John B.: 1862-1863

order book of, filmed 81

Van Tromp, Charles: Ford co. sur-
veyor 435

Vaughn, Mrs. E. W., Scott co.: pio-
neer days series, noted 457

Veil, Raymond, Council Grove: donor, 88

Vickers, : captain of the S. Joe

Kinney 241n

Vicksburg, Miss.: Kansas Civil War

memorial at, noted 75

Vincent, Irwin S., Topeka: donor. ... 82
Vincent, William Davis: U. S. repre-
sentative 352

Vinland: Coal Creek Library, article
on, noted 108



Virginia City, Nev.: issues of Terri-
torial Enterprise given Historical So-
ciety 85

von der Heiden, Mrs. W. H., New-
ton 100, 102

W

Wabaunsee county: towns, articles on,

noted 104

Wad dell, Catharine Bradford (Mrs.

John, II ) 356

W add ell, Elizabeth Green (Mrs.

John, I) 355, 356

Waddell, George G., Lexington, Mo. . . . 368
Waddell, J. R., and wife, Topeka:

donors 84

Waddell, James W., Lexington,

Mo 364, 371

Waddell, John, I, of Virginia 355, 356

Waddell, John, II, of Virginia and Mis-
souri 356

death, noted 371

Waddell, John 1 368, 371

Waddell, John P., Lexington, Mo.: in

Denver, 1860 371

Waddell, John W. (son of Wm. B.),



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