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CONDITIONS IN 1865.
Letters of R. C. McCormick-Area and Boundaries of Arizona-
Metallic Wealth-Climate — Apaches — Means and Expense
of Getting to Arizona—First Counties—Mail Routes.....
EARLY CONDITIONS IN THE TERRITORY.
Charles B. Genung–His Story of How He Became a Hassa-
yamper-Members of the Party-Description of Trip from
Sacramento, California, to Arizona—Location of Montgom-
EARLY CONDITIONS IN THE TERRITORY (Continued).
Charles B. Genung's Stories (Continued)—His First Year in Ari.
zona-Working the Montgomery Mine-Indian Scare-First
Quartz Gold Taken Out in Northern Arizona-Early Mining
-Fight With Indians—Murder by Mexicans—The Chase
Reminiscences-More Murders by Mexicans...
Captain W. H. Hardy-Description of-His Early Experiences
in Arizona—Methods of Indian Warfare-Freighting for
the Government-Experiences with the Indians—Wild Game
in the Territory-Driven Out or Killed-Indian Cunning-
The First Christmas Tree in the Territory...
THE ARIZONA VOLUNTEERS.
Governor Authorized to Raise Regiment-Four Companies Or-
ganized-One Company Composed of Pima Indians—Report
of Captain H. S. Washburn-Report of Lieutenant Oscar
Hutton — Disbandment of Companies — Failure to Receive
Pay-Biography of Captain J. D. Walker....
THE INDIANS AND THE MILITARY.
First Reservation in Arizona - Increased Military Protection
Against Indians—General Mason's Order to Kill All Male
Apaches Able to Bear Arms — General Mason's Policy -
Charles A. Shibell—His Story-Principal Indian Fights in
Northern Part of Territory-Skull Valley Fight-Fort Rock
Fight-Fight Between Mint and Skull Valleys-Battle Flat
Fight-Killing of Indian Agent Leihy—Killing of Doctor
Tappan-Reception to General McDowell at Prescott-Gov.
ernment Farm Established at Fort McDowell Military
Headquarters Removed to Tucson.
THE INDIANS AND THE MILITARY (Continued).
Report of Joint Committee-Regular Troops Poorly Adapted to
Fighting Indians - Recommend Company of Rangers in
Each County - Controversy Between Governor McCormick
and General McDowell in Regard to Troops—“Miner" Edi-
torial on Commissioners' Report on Indian Difficulties.... 140
THE SECOND LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
First Regular Election-Governor Goodwin Elected Delegate to
Congress—Secretary McCormick Succeeds Goodwin as Gop.
ernor—Members of Legislature—Convening of Legislature-
Message of Acting Governor-Creation of County of Pah-
Ute-Resolution of Legislature Regarding Death of Presi-
dent Lincoln-Resolution of Legislature Regarding Termi-
nation of Civil War-Settlers in and Around Prescott As-
sess Own Property for Taxation Report of First Treasurer
THE THIRD LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.
Election of Delegate to Congress and Members of Territorial
Legislature-Members of Third Legislature-Resignation of
Marshal Duffield-His Record-Message of the Governor to
the Legislature-Delegate Goodwin's Activities in Congress
-His Speech in Congress on the Annexation of the County
of Pah-Ūte to Nevada-Measures Passed by the Third Leg-
islature-Resolution Adopted Authorizing Attorney-general
to Settle With W. S. Oury for Arms Presumably Turned
Over to Mexicans-Captain Calderwood's Story-Legislature
Adopts Resolution Thanking Arizona Volunteers for Services
-Memorializes Congress to Repeal Act Giving Nevada
County of Pah-Ute and Part of County of Mohave-Peti.
tion Congress for Establishment of Mail Routes—What the
Thirty-ninth Congress Did for and Against the Territory
of Arizona-Attempt of Utah to Secure Possession of Part
of Arizona-Controversy With California Over Possession of
Judge Howell—Judge Backus-Charge of Chief Justice Turner
to Grand Jury-Irishman's Ready Wit Results in Light Sen-
tence-Extract from Charge of Judge Backus to Grand
First White Settlement in Verde Valley-Dr. J. M. Swetnam's
Story-Members of Party-Location of Settlement-Prices
of Supplies—Differences of Opinion—The Camp Divided-
Opening Irrigation Ditch-New Addition to Party-Indian
Raids-Harvesting Crops—Refusal of U. 8. Quartermaster
to Purchase Crops—Finally Agrees to Purchase—More In-
dian Raids— Military Protection
EARLY SETTLEMENTS (Continued).
First Settlement in Lower San Pedro Valley-Military Protec-
tion Withdrawn-Indian Depredations-Wm. A. Bell's De-
scription of Settlement—Fish's Description of Early Settle-
ments — Rusling's Description of Early Arizona — Yuma
Tucson-Ehrenberg-La Paz – Castle Dome Landing – De-
scription of Prescott by Ben C. Truman-San Francisco
"Examiner's" Description of Prescott-Arizona Historical
Society-Biography of Ben H. Weaver-Hooper & Company,
First Mercantile Establishment in Arizona-Members of -
Biography of Edward N. Fish....
Wells and Osborn Party-Biography of E. W. Wells—Settle-
ments in Williamson Valley, Walnut Grove, Kirkland Val-
ley, Peeples Valley and Skull Valley-Shabby Treatment of
Settlers by the Government—"Miner” Editorial-First Mor-
mon Settlements-Hines' Ditch-Woolsey and Martin Pur-
chase Agua Caliente Ranch-Take Out Ditch--Biography of
George Martin .