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NEW MEXICO
HISTORICAL REVIEW



NEW MEXJGO
HISTORICAL REVIEW



Editors
LANSING B. BLOOM PAUL A. F. WALTER

Associates

PERCY M. BALDWIN GEORGE P. HAMMOND

FRANK T. CHEETHAM THEODOSIUS MEYER, 0. F. M.



VOLUME XVII

1942



PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY

THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF NEW MEXICO

AND

THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO



,





CONTENTS

NUMBER 1, JANUARY, 1942

Page
Arizona's Stand on the Santa Fe Compact and the

Boulder Dam Project Act. Donald R. Van Petten 1
Notes upon the Routes of Espejo and Farfan to the

Mines in the Sixteenth Century

Katharine Bartlett 21
London to Salt Lake City in 1866: the Diary of

William Driver . . . Frank D. Reeve 37
Ralph Elmo McFie: from Las Cruces to Davao

Maude McFie Bloom 64
Necrology: P. A. F. W. 87

Mark B. Thompson; Arthur Earle Carr; William

Clifford Reid; Crestus E. Little; Oliver M. Lee;

LeRoy Samuel Peters
Notes and Comments . . . . L. B. B. 94

NUMBER 2, APRIL, 1942

Jacques Glamorgan: Colonial Promoter of the North-
ern Border of New Spain . . A. P. Nasatir 101
The Rev. Hiram Walter Read, Baptist Missionary

L. B. B. 113
The Confederate Territory of Arizona, from Official

Sources F. S. Donnell 148

Book Reviews :

Haggard (ed.), Three New Mexico Chronicles

Dorothy Woodward 164

Fulton (ed.), Diary and Letters of Josiah Gregg,
I . . P.A.F.W. 165

Carroll (ed.), Guddal P'a: the Journal of Lieut.
J. W. Abert from Bent's Fort to St. Louis, 1845

L. B. B. 169
Brayer (ed.) , To Form a More Perfect Union

P. A. F. W. 170



MAR 2 9 1943



Page

Priest, Uncle Sam's Step-Children: the Reformer
tion of the U. S. Indian Policy, 1865-1887

Frank D. Reeve 172

Behrendt, Economic Nationalism in Latin Amer-
ica . P. A. F.W. 174

Haggard, Handbook for Translators of Spanish
Historical Documents . . Eleanor B. Adams 176
Notes and Comments :

Martin Amador and Mesilla Valley history

L. B. B. 178
The Robert E. Lee Archives

NUMBER 3, JULY, 1942

A Brief Biography of Prince Paul Wilhelm of Wiirt-
temberg (1797-1860), with his "Account of Ad-
ventures in the Great American Desert"

(ed.) Louis C. Butscher 181

Books in New Mexico, 1598-1680

Eleanor B. Adams and France V. Scholes 226

Book Reviews :

Espinosa, Crusaders of the Rio Grande

P. A. F. W. 271

Hackett (ed.), Pichardo's Treatise on the Limits

of Louisiana and Texas, III . . L. B. B. 275
Notes and Comments:

Hugh Stephenson and the Brazito Grant. L. B. B. 279

NUMBER 4, OCTOBER, 1942

Origins of the Foreign-born Population of New Mexico

during the Territorial Period. Richard A. Greer 281

Adventuring to Santa Fe: the Book of the Muleteers

Arthur Woodward 288

Account of Adventures in the Great American Desert
by Duke Paul Wilhelm von Wurttemberg (con-
cluded) .... Louis C. Butscher 294

Index 345

Errata 351



INDEX



Abel, Annie, H., cited, 132 (note)
Abert, Lieut. J. W., 169
Adams, Eleanor B., rev. of book by Hag-
gard, 176-7; "Books in New Mexico,

1598-1680," 226-270
"Adventures in the Great American Desert.

1851," as told by Duke Paul Wilhelm von

Wiirttemberg, 193-225,, 294-344
"Adventuring to Santa Fe," by Arthur

Woodward, 288-293

Aguilar, Nicolas de, books of, 252, 269-270
Aitken, Mrs. Robert, and the Blackmore

Papers, 96
Ake, Jeff, 68, 69

Albo, Don Agapito, of El Paso, 279
Albuquerque, (1851), 131
Algodonis (Algodones), mention (1850's),

131, 144

Alvarez, Manuel, governor, 119 (note)
Amador, Martin, biographical sketch, 178-

180 ; invented combination plow, 178 ; 279
Amador Hotel, Las Cruces, 179, 180
American Desert, 1851, adventures in the

Great, 193-225, 294-344
Anaya Almazan, Cristobal de, 17th century

soldier, owned three books, 252-5, 270
Anaya Almazan, Francisco de, father of

Cristobal, 252; owned one book, 269
Anderson Mesa (Ariz.), 23-4, 35
Anglo-American character, a German esti-
mate (1851), 322-3
Anglo-Spanish economic rivalry in America,

101-112 passim
Apache Agency, Southern, (1873-4), 145

(note)

Apaches, menace in 1851, 138
Arapahoes, (1851), 207, 212
Archives, Spanish and Mexican, facsimiles

at University, 96
Arizona, geography, 23-24 ; early Spanish

mines, 21-36 ; carved from N. Mex.

(1863), 283 (note)
"Arizona, Confederate Territory of," by

F. S. Donnell, 148-163
"Arizona's stand on the Santa Fe Compact

and the Boulder Dam Project Act," by

D. R. Van Petten, 1-20
Arizona-California quarrel over Colorado

River, 1-20 passim

Arkansas Volunteers in Mexican War, 168
Armendariz, Manuel, mention, 142 (note)



Armijo, Gov. Manuel, portrait, 98 ; residing

(1851) in Lemitar, 134, 135
Arroyo Hondo, visit of Rev. H. W. Read

(1851), 126-8
Astrology book at Santa Fe (1626), 229-

230, 257
Ayeta, Fray Francisco de, mention, 228

Bancroft, H. H., cited, 22

Baptist missions in New Mexico, early,

113-147

Barreiro, Antonio Jose, 164-5
Bartlett, J. R., cited, 142 (note)
Bartlett, Katherine, "Notes upon the routes

of Espejo and Farfan to the mines in the

16th century," 21-36
Baylor, Col. John R., mention, 152, 153,

157, 159

Beale, Ed. F., cited, 27
Beall, Maj. Benj., at Coontz ranch (1848),

142 (note)

Behrendt, Richard F., book by, rev'd, 174-6
Benavides, Fray Alonso de, mention, 228,

229
Bent, Gov. Charles, mention (1850) of his

murder, 126
Bernal, Fray Juan, opposed reading of

doctrinal books by laity, 254-5
BernaliUo, visit (1851) by Read, 131
Bible, in New Mexico, 123-4, 133, 134, 140,

141, 253
Biblical style journal of Santa Fe Trail,

289-293

Big's Ranch (15 mis. below Socorro), 135
Black Canon, 6

Blackmore Papers, catalogued, 96
Bloom, Lansing B., ed., "The Rev. Hiram

Walter Read, Baptist missionary to New

Mexico," 113-147 ; "Martin Amador and

Mesilla Valley history," 178-180, 279;

book revs., 169, 275-8
Bloom, Maude McFie, "Ralph Elmo McFie :

from Las Cruces to Davao," 64-86 ; cited,

137 (note), 143 (note)
Bolton, H. E., cited, 22, 34
Book reviews, 164-177, 271-278
"Books in New Mexico, 1598-1680," by

Eleanor B. Adams and France V. Scholes,

226-270

Boone's Lick to Santa F, 289-293
Booneville, 321, 822



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NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL REVIEW



Boulder Dam Project act, 1-20

Brayer, Herbert O., mention, 96 ; book by,

rev'd, 170-2

Brazile, Wayne, slayer of Pat Garrett, 87
Brazito grant, 143 (note), 178, 279
Buchanan, Pres. James, mention, 149-150
Buffalo-hide tent construction, 324-5
Buford, Capt. Abraham, at Dona Ana

(1851), 137

Butscher, Louis C., ed., "A brief biography
of Prince Paul Wilhelm of Wurttemberg
(1797-1860)" and his "Adventures in the
Great American Desert" (1851), 181-225,
294-344

California, quarrel with Arizona over Colo-
rado River, 1-20 passim
California Volunteers (1862), 160-1
Camp Verde, 26, 27
Campbell, Gov. Thos. E., of Arizona, 9
Canada, traders to New Spain, 101
Canadians, Indian respect for, 307
Canby, Gen. E. R. S., mention, 154
Cantonment Burgwin, 172
Canada, Santa Cruz de la, visited (1851) by

Read, 129-130

Carleton, Gen. James H., 161-3
Carpenter, Delph, 7, 14
Carr, Arthur Earle, necrology, 87-88
Carroll, H. Bailey, books by, rev'd, 164-5,

169-170

Casa Calvo, Governor, mention, 110
Casa Real (Santa Fe), library (before

1680), 251-2
Caso Baraona, Juan del, an Onate soldier

who had books, 252, 269
Catholic Mission of the Putowatomies
(1851), "last settlement" 130 mis. above
Kansastown, 198 ; military post, 199 ;
316 ; help refused at, 319, 324
Cebolleta, (1851), 131, 132
Census, New Mexico (1850-1900), quoted,

283-7

Chavez Pass, Ariz., 25, 26, 32 (note)
Cherokee Strip celebration, 99-100
Cheyennes, (1851), 205, 207, 212, 220-5,

305-9

Chihuahua, State, conditions (1858), 149
Chimney Rock, 205, 215
Choteau, G., escorting Indians (1851) to

Washington, 205
Cibola, Plains of, 276
Glamorgan, Jacques, paper on, by A. P.

Nasatir, 101-112

Clark, Chas. Upson, and the Espinosa
manuscript, 94-5



Clark, Daniel, of New Orleans, 109
Clarke, Chas. and Mary, letters published,

170-2

Coglin, Pat, 65, 68
Colonists in New Mexico, books owned by,

269-270

Colorado River, 1-20 passim
Colorado River commission, 7-8, 15
Colorado Territory (1861), 148, 283 (note)
Commerce of the Prairies, mention, 168
"Company of the discoverers and explorers

of the Missouri," 106-111
Concordia Cemetery (El Paso), 115
"Confederate Territory of Arizona, from
Official Sources," by F. S. Donnell, 148-
163
Convent libraries, Franciscan, (1598-1680),

230-5

Conway, G. R. G., sends data, 94
Cook, Nathan P., of Arizona, 148-9
Coontz, Franklin, pioneer at El Paso, 141-2
Coronado, Francisco Vazquez de, in Texas,

276
Coronado-Bocanegra family alliance, added

data, 94-5

Cortes, Hernando, oldest son's mother, 94
Council Bluffs, 343
Crook, Gen. George, mention, 27
Council Grove, "Indian Territory" (1851),

145

Crow Indians, 213
Crusaders of the Rio Grande, by J. Manuel

Espinosa, rev'd, 271-5

Cruz, Fray Felipe de la, 235, 241 ; had one
book, 260

Dargan, Marion, elected Fellow, 95

Davao, 75-86 passim

Davis, W. W. H., cited, 131 (note), 185

(note), 138 (note), 179
Dawes Act (1887), mention, 173
D'Eglise, Jacques, 111

Delassus, Chas. Dehault, lieut-gov., 110-111
Delaware Indians, 326-7
Delgado's Ranch, a stop for travelers

(1851), 130, 131 (note)
De Smet, Father, met (1851), 206
Deus, John Peter, 153
Diary and letters of Josiah Gregg, ed. by

M. G. Fulton, rev'd, 165-9
Documents, aid to workers in Spanish, 176
Dodge, Capt. Henry L., 132, note
Donnell, F. S., "The Confederate Territory

of Arizona," 148-163
Dona Ana, N. Mex., visited (1851) by

Read, 137-8 ; post abandoned, 137 (note)



INDEX



347



Dona Ana County, 148 ; of Arizona, 153-5
Driver, William, diary (1866) edited by
Reeve, 37-63

Economic Nationalism in Latin America,
by R. F. Behrendt, rev'd., 174-6

Edict against prohibited reading (Santa
Fe, 1662), 255

Edison Company, and Boulder Dam, 17, 18

Education in New Mexico (1851), 118
et seq.; 129

El Paso, name explained (1851), 138; vis-
ited by Read, 141-5; during Civil War,
158, 161-3

Escudero, Jose Agustin de, 164

Esoteric books in N. Mex. (1598-1680), 229-
250

Espejo, Antonio de, 21-36

Espinosa, Fray Antonio Vazquez de, un-
published work of, 94-5

Espinosa, J. Manuel, book by, rev'd, 271-3

Eulate, Gov. Juan de, books owned by, 236,
261

Fall, Albert B., 5-6, 15, 71-2, 87
Farfan, Marcos de los Godos, 21-36
Fellows of the Society elected, 95
Fenians in Canada (1866), 48
Fitz-Patrick, Indian scout, mention, 205
Flag for the U. S. S. New Mexico, State,

97
"Foreign-born population of New Mexico,

1850-1912, Origins of the," by R. A.

Greer, 281-7
Foreman, Grant, represents Society at

Ponca City, 99-100
Fort Apache, 26, 21
Fort Bliss, 162
Fort Craig, 162

Fort Fillmore, 137, 143; surrender to Con-
federates, 152; 161, 162, 178-9
Fort John, of the American Fur Company,

mention (1851), 206, 213
Fort Kearney, 199-200, 310, 312
Fort Laramie, 199, 209, 210; mailstage

from, 318-9

Fort Marcy, chaplain, 113-4
Fort Massachusetts, 171
Fort Thorn, 161. 162
Fort Union, 171
Fra Crist6bal, 135-6, 144
Franciscan friars of New Mexico, libraries

of. 228-241, 256-260



"Franklin," the name at El Paso, 142

(note)
Franklin (El Paso), 141-3, notes; in Civil

War, 161, 162
Freitas, Fray Nicolas de, books of, 235,

259-260
Fremont, John C., route, 198; cited (1851),

205

French Creoles, Indian respect for, 307
Fronteras (above El Paso, 1851), 138
Fulton, Maurice G., book by, rev'd, 165-9

Gadsden Purchase, 148, 283 (note)
Garcia, Don Antonio (of El Paso, 1819),

179, 279
Garcia de Noriega, Don Francisco, owner

of Brazito grant, 279
Garcia de Noriega, Guadalupe, wife of

Agapito Albo, 279

Garcilaso de la Vega, as an authority, 276
Garrett, Pat, killed by Brazile, 87
Gila River irrigation, 10, 11, 13 (note)
Gordon, Capt. Wm. H., mention, 128
Governors of N. Mex., books owned by,

261-9

Greer, Richard A., "Origins of the foreign-
born population of New Mexico during
Territorial days," 288-293
Gregg, Josiah, cited, 126 (note)
Gregg, Diary and Letters of JoKiah, ed. by

Fulton, rev'd, 165-9

Guddal P'a: the journal of Lieut. J. W.
Abert from Bent's Fort to St. Louis in
1845, ed. by Bailey, rev'd, 169-170

Hackett, Chas. W., book by, rev'd, 275-8
Haggard, J. Villasana, books by, rev'd, 164-

5, 176-7
Hagner, Maj. John R., paymaster (1851),

130

Hamilton, Patrick, quoted, 34, note
Hammond, Geo. P., and Agapito Rey, book

by, cited, 22-23 ; mention, 96
Handbook for translators of Spanish his-
torical documents, by Haggard, rev'd,

176-7

Hardwicke, Claude, heir of Gregg, 166
Harrison, Gov. W. H., mention, 111
Hart, Simeon, building mill (1851), 138;

142 (note), 143 (note), 151, 152, 158
Hayden, Senator Carl, mention, 115
Hebard, Dr. Grace R., found important

German archives, 191
Hibben, Frank, speaks before Historical

Society, 95



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Higgins, Frank, mention, 153

Historical Society, annual meeting and re-
port (1941), 95-99

Holt, H. B., mention, 70

Hoover, Herbert, and the Colorado River,
7, 14

Horgan, Paul, introduction to the Gregg
Diary, 165-7

Houghton, Judge Joab, mention, 128

Hunt, Gov. G. W. P., 9, 13-14

Ibargaray, Fray Antonio de, 228

Ickes, Judge, in Manila, 75, 77

Igorotes, 76-83 passim

Immigration to New Mexico (1850-1912),
281-6

Imperial Valley, 2-3, 5

Independence, Mo., 320, 321

Indian Commissioners, Board of, 173

Indian policy of U. S. government (1865-
87), 172-4

Indians, of the Far West, locations, 212-3.
See under tribal names

Inter-Americana, first of a new series en-
titled, 174

Isleta (del Sur), on an island (1855), 143
(note)

Ives, Lieut. J. C., mention, 26

Jackson, Alex. M., 160

Japanese in Davao, 77, 78, 82-3, 84, 86

Jefferson City, 321

Jesuit Brothers, inhospitable, 320

Jesus, Fray Juan de, 272-3

Jicarilla Apaches, 212

Johns, Capt. Wm. B., at El Paso (1851),

143

Johnson, Hiram, 15
Jornada, described by Read, 136-7, 144
Jumana Indians, in Arizona (1582), 32

Kansas Indian trade, 110

Kansastown, 196-7

Kephardt, Rev. Wm. G., 139 (note)

Ker, Capt. Crogham, 118, 131

Kettner bill, and the Imperial Canal, 5

Kincaid act (1920), 5

Kiowas, 169, 213, 303

La Bajada, early trail (1851), 145

Laguna Dam, Ariz., 3, 5

La Jolla (north of Santa Fe), visited

(1851) by Read, 128, 134
La Joya (south of Tome), 128 (note), 134
La Rue, E. C., cited, 8



Las Cruces (in 1880's), 64-71 passim; in

Civil War, 161, 179
Latin America, Economic Nationalism, in,

by Behrendt, rev'd, 174-6
Leaven worth, Colonel, mention (1851), 203
Lee, Oliver M., necrology, 91-2
Lee, Robert E., archives, 180
Lee's Ferry, limit of upper Colorado basin,

7, 8, 13 (note)

Lemitar, visited by Read (1851), 134, 135
Lisa, Manuel, 111-2
Little, Crestus E., necrology, 90-1
Little Blue River, 199, 315-6
Llewellyn, Capt. W. H. H., mention, 73
Loan Office (Mo.), allusion to, 292
Loisel, Regis, 107, 111
London to Salt Lake City in 1866, 37-63
L6pez de Cobarrubias, Fray Bernardo de,

250
Lopez de Mendizabal, Gov. Bernardo, books

of, 237-251 ; tried by Inquisition, 237
Lopez de Mendizabal, Teresa, books read

by, 243-6 ; trial, 239-241, 243-6
Loring, Col. W. W., letter from Sibley

(1861), 151-2
Los Angeles and the Colorado River, 17-8,

19 (note)

Lucas, James A., 150, 152
Luxan, Diego Perez de, journal cited, 22-3
Lynde, Maj. Isaac, 152, 161

Magoffin, Jas. W., mention (1851), 142,

note; 151

Magoffinville (El Paso), 142 (note)
Manila, 74-5, 83, 98
Manso, Fray Tomas, 228, 237
Manso de Contreras, Gov. Juan, books of,

237, 261-4

Marmillion & Co., of New Orleans, 104
Martinez, Rev. A. J., 125 (note), 127
Martyrs in New Mexico, 272-3
Massey, Robert, mention, 96
Mauzy, Wayne L., mention, 95, 96
McFie, Judge John R., 70, 71, 72
McFie, Maude, 71. See Bloom
McFie, Ralph Elmo, 64-86
McWillie, M. H., 152, 160
Mera, Dr. Harry, designer of State flag, 96
Mesilla, convention of 1861, 150; during

Civil War, 158, 161
Mesilla Valley, (1851), 138; history, 178-

180

Metals of N. Mex. attract promoters, 101-2
Mexicans, anti-Confederacy sentiments of,

154-5



INDEX



349



Mexico, equity in the Colorado River, 1,
3, 8, 11

Mindanao Island, 75-86 passim

Mines, routes to 16th century, 21-36 ; in
Organ Mts., 143 (note), 179

Mission conditions (N. Mex., 1851), Mrs.
H. W. Read on, 138-141

Mississippi Company, 106

Missouri Intelligencer, 288-9

Missouri River voyage (1851), 195-7

Moellhausen, M. Baldwin, biographical
data, 194, 216-7 ; his account of return
journey (1851), 217-225; encounter with
Indians, 296-309; rescued, 342-4

Moeur, Gov. B. B., 19, note

Monroe, Pres. James, 182-3

Montezuma, legend of fire of, 126 (note) ;
New Mexico thought of as "the land of,"
291.

Montezuma's Castle (Ariz.), 25, 30 (note)

Montezuma's Well, 25, 30 (note)

Mormons, an 1866 diary, 37-63 ; in N. Mex.
(1851), 134-5; impressions of Wiirttem-
berg, 211-2

Moros, in the Philippines, 76, 77, 80, 83

Mountain ranges of the West, described
by Wurttemberg, 210-211

"Muleteers, Book of the," edited by Wood-
ward, 289-293

Munroe, Gov. John, 118, 119 (note)

Nasatir, A. P., "Jacques Glamorgan, " 101-
112

Navaho country, visited (1851) by Read,
132-5

Navajo police (1872), 174

Navigation on the Colorado River, 16

Necrology, 87-93

Nevada, interest in Colorado River, 1, 10,
14, 16, 17

New Mexico, and the Colorado River, 1-20 ;
as seen (1849-51) by Baptist mission-
aries, 113-147 ; foreign-born population,
281-7; colonial life prior to 1680, 226-
270

New Orleans, visited by Wurttemberg, 183,
187

Nicholson, Rev. E. G., 123 (note), 139
(note)

Nolan, Jim, 65, 68

Norviel, W. S., cited, 9

Nueva Galicia, owed name to Coronado
family, 95

Ogallalas, 207, 208, 212, 297-301



Oklahoma, Cherokee Strip celebration, 99-

100
Onate, Juan de, heard of mines (Arizona),

21-22

Onate expedition, books brought by, 228-9
Ordonez, Fray Isidro, imprisoned Peralta,

236
"Origins of the foreign-born population

of New Mexico during the Territorial

period," by R. A. Greer, 281-7
Ortega, Dr. Joaquin, mention, 175-6
Ortiz, Padre Ramon, mention (1851), 142
Otoes, 110; (1851), 319, 320, 342-4
Oury, Granville H., 150, 160

Packtrain to Santa Fe (1825), 289-293

Padukah River, 203

Parida (opposite Socorro), visited by

Read, 135

Pawnees, (1851), 310-4
Penalosa, Gov. Diego de, books of, 237-

251, 265-8; tried by Inquisition, 237-251

passim

Peralta, Gov. Pedro de, books of, 235-6, 261
Perea, Fray Esteban de, 228, 229
Perillo (on Jornada, 1851), 136
Pesqueira, Gov., of Sonora (1862), 160
Peters, LeRoy Samuel, necrology, 92-3
Philippines, 67, 74-84
Phillips, Gov. John, 18

Pichardo's treatise on the limits of Louisi-
ana and Texas, edited by C. W. Hackett,

rev'd, 275-8

Pino, Pedro Bauti&ta, 164-5
Platte River area, 199, 202-3, 212, 215, 302-

12, 343
Poncas, 110

Population of foreign-birth, N. Mex., 281-7
Prairie fire (1851), 311, 314
Priest, Loring Benson, book by, rev'd, 172-4
Prohibited reading, Santa Fe (1662), 255
Putowatomies ( Potowatomies ) , 198, 319-

320

Quesada, Capt. Alonso de, books owned

(1600), 252, 269
Quinn, (James H.), distillery and mill

near Arroyo Hondo (1850), 127
Quiros, Fray Cristobal, 228
Quivira Society, publications, 164

Racing horse at Las Cruces (1880's), 67-70
Read, Mrs. Alzina, views of New Mexico

(1851), 138-142
Read, Rev. Henry W., 113 (note)



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Read, Rev. Hiram Walter, Baptist mission-
ary, 113-147

Reed, Erik K., cited, 30 (note)
Reeve, Frank D., "London to Salt Lake
City in 1866," 37-63 ; elected a Fellow,
95 ; rev., book by Priest, 172-4
Reid, William Clifford, necrology, 83-90
Rhodes, Eugene M., anecdote, 68 (note)
Riley, Johnnie, cattleman, 65-6, 67, 72
Roberts, John A., Confederate sheriff, 153
Robidoux brothers, mention, 213, 215
Robledo, origin of name, 136-7, (note)
Rodey, Pearce C., mention, 96
Rodriguez expedition, two friars of, 21
Romero, Fray Bartolome, quoted (1641),

233

Romero, Diego, books of, 252-5, 269
Roosevelt, Theodore, 72-3, 74
Rough Riders, 72-4

Routes' from Hopi villages to the Verde
valley (1582, 1598), 21-36

St. Joseph (Mo.), origin of name, 197

St. Louis, trade emporium, 101 et seq.;
186, 193-5, 321, 322-3

St. Louis Enquirer, 288

St. Vrain, Ceran, (1852), 172

Salas, Fray Juan de, 228, 229

Salt Lake City, Mormon drug firm in, 38 ;
63

Salt River irrigation, 10

Salton Sea, 2

San Antonio, described (1846), 168

Sandia pueblo (1851), 131

Sandoval, Navaho chief, sells captives
(1851), 133

San Elisario, on island of Rio Grande
(1851), 143 (note)

Sanger, Maj. D. B., quoted, 142 (note)

San Juan, Fray Alonso de, 229, 230

San Juan Hill, battle of, 72-4

Santa Cruz. See Canada

Santa Fe, Baptist mission, 115-124; 291-2

Santa Fe Compact, 1-20

Schnepple, Willie, mention, 72

Scholes, France V., "Books in New Mex-
ico, 1598-1680," 226-270

Schoolcraft, H. R., mention, 185

Scott's Bluffs, 205-8, 213

Shaw, Rev. and Mrs. J. M., Baptist mis-
sionaries (1851), 145

Shawnee missions (1851), 197-8

Shepherd, Maj. O. L., at Dona Ana (1851),
137

Shoshone Indians, 192



Sibley, Gen. Henry H., 150-2; proclama-
tion, 155-7; 158, 161
Sioux Indians, 208-9, 210
Six States Compact, Colorado River (1925),

14
Socorro, visited (1851) by Read, 134-5, 144;

Baptist mission, 145
Socorro (del Sur), on island (1855), 143

(note)

Socorro County, created, 119 (note)
Soldiers, books of, (1662), 252-5
Soto, Hernando de, in Texas, 270
South worth, Dr., of Confederate hospital

at Franklin, 162

Spanish-American War, 69, 72-4
Spanish-Anglo economic rivalry, 101-4
Spanish language in Las Cruces courts,

70-72

Spanish stenography, 70-2, 73
Staab, Mrs. Abraham, pioneer dress, 98
Steele, Col. Wm., quoted (1862), 161
Stephenson, Hugh, ranch below El Paso,
142 (note) ; 143 and note; furnace at
Brazito, 179 ; the Brazito grant, 279
Stock raising in N. Mex., 121, 133
Stoneman Lake (Ariz.), 25, 26, 32 (note)
Sumner, Col. E. V., 130 (note)
Sutter, Johann Augustus, visited by Wiirt-

temberg, 186, 193
Swing- Johnson bill, 11, 14-20

Taft, Wm. Howard, 74-5

T&os, visited by Read, 1 26 ; Academy

planned, 128 ; the pueblo. 125-6
Terrazas, Mrs. Clotilde Amador, 179, 279
Teton peaks, Three, (1851), 210
Texas, Pichardo's Treatise, 275-8
Thompson, Mark B., necrology, 87
Three New Mexico Chronicles: (Pino,

Barreiro, Escudero ) , edited by Carroll

and Haggard, rev'd, 164-5
Tirade, Fray Luis de, 236
Todd, Andrew, British merchant, 107-9
To form a more perfect union, ed. by

Brayer, rev'd, 170-2
Tome, visited (1851) by Read, 133
Travel, river, (1852), 186; on Missouri

River, 195-6; in Missouri State (1851),

321
Tucson, convention of 1856, 148 ; that of

1860, 150; 160

Uncle Sam's Stepchildren, by Priest, rev'd,

172-4
United Verde Copper Co., 23, 34 (note)



INDEX



351



Utah, interest in Colorado River, 1, 6, 14
Ute Indians, 213

Val Verde, visited by Read, 135

Valle, second Marques del, oldest son of

Hernando Cortes, 94-5
Van Dorn, Gen. Earl, C. S. A., 151, 153
Van Home, Maj. Jefferson, at El Paso

(1851), 141; 142 (note), 143
Van Petten, Donald R., "Arizona's Stand

on the Santa Fe Compact and the Boulder

Dam Project Act," 1-20
Vargas, Gov. Diego de, journal of, 235 ;

book on his reconquest, by Espinosa,

rev'd, 271-5

Verde River, 23, 33 (note)
Vidania, Fray Juan de, his books and

writings, 231-5, 257-9
Voyageurs, (1851), 193

Walter, Paul A. F., necrologies by, 87-93;
reviews by, 165-9, 170-2, 174-6, 271-5

Ward, Charles, of Arizona, 13

"Washi," Indian term (1851) for all for-
eigners not Yankees, 307, 308 (note)

Washington, Col. John M., 130 (note), 139-
140



West, Col. J. R., mention, 160

Whipple, Lieut. A. W., cited, 26

White, Owen, cited, 141 (note)

White's Rancho (above El Paso, 1851), 138

Williams (Ariz.), mines near, 22, 24

Wilbur, Dr. Ray L., 13, 17, 18

Wolves, of the Plains (1851), 318-340
passim

Women honored, pioneer, 99-100

Wood, Gov. Leonard, mention, 83

Woodward, Arthur, "Adventuring to Santa
Fe," 288-293

Woodward, Dorothy, rev., 164-5

Wurttemberg, Duke Paul Wilhelm von,
picture and biography, 181-193 ; "Adven-
tures in the Great American Desert,
1851," 193-225, 294-344

Wyoming, interest in Colorado River, 1,
14

Yankees, despised (1851) by Plains Indians,



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