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LIST OF ACTIVE MEMBERS.
William Adair, Dakota
J. H. Brown, Lincoln.
J. J. Budd, Omaha.
Mrs. C. B. Colby, Beatrice.
E. N. Grenell, Ft. Calhoun.
Chris. Hartman, Omaha.
H. W. Hardy, Lincoln. A. G. Hastings, Lincoln. F. J. Hendershot, Hebron. John Heth, Omaha. C. W. Hiatt, Lincoln. G. E. Howard, Lincoln. A. Humphrey, Lincoln. W. W. W. Jones, Lincoln. A. D. Jones, Omaha. H. S. Kaley,* Red Cloud. T. P. Kennard, Lincoln. L. A. Kent, Minden. J. W. Love, Plattsmouth. J. H. MacMurphy, Grand Island. Irving J. Manatt, Lincoln. H. P. Mathewson, Lincoln. J. L. McConnell, Lincoln. J. D. McFarland, Lincoln. George L. Miller, Omaha. J. Sterling Morton, Nebraska City. O. A. Mullon, Lincoln. Theron Nye, Fremont. Geo. Osborne, Oakland. S. G. Owen, Lincoln. D. B. Perry, Crete. Geo. W. Post, York. Edson Rich, Lincoln. H. H. Shedd, Ashland.
L. B. W. Shryock, Beatrice.
J. L. Webster, Omaha.
Act, the organic of State Historical Society, 218.
Active members of State Historical Society, 229–230,
Addresses, annual before State Historical Society, 149-217.
Admission of Nebraska into the Union, address of Hon. Charles H. Gere before the
Autobiography of Rev. William Hamilton, 60–73.
Biography of Amelia Fontenelle Lockett, 89; of the Fontenelles, by Mrs Thompson,
Black, Gov. Samuel W., biographical account of, 94–95.
Bloomer, Mrs. Amelia, her account of first woman's suffrage movement in Ne-
Burt, Gov. Francis, biographical sketch of, 93; referred to, 151.
Child, Dr. A. L., address of, on Rush for Gold at Pike's Peak, 174–180.
Clarke, Hon. H. T., mentioned by Henry Fontenelle, 83.
Clarkson, Bishop Robert H., biography of, 106–111.
Colonization, Ancient, 152–154; English, 154 ff.
Convention to memorialize Congress relative to extinguishing Indian title, 38.
Coronado, the discoverer of Nebraska, 180–202.
County histories, list of in possession of State Historical Society, 23–24.
Discovery of Nebraska by Coronado, 180-202.
Emigration, The Philosophy of, address of Hon. J. M. Woolworth, 151-161.
Female suffrage, the first movement in Nebraska, 58–60.
Fontenelle, Amelia, Mrs. Thompson's account of, 90–93.
Fontenelle, Henry, account of Indian names of streams and localities, 76; history
Fontenelle, Logan, account of by Henry Fontenelle, 81-83; birth and descent of,
Fontenelle, Lucien, Mrs. Thompson's account of, 90–93.
Fort Atkinson or Fort Calhoun, letters of Father De Smet relating to, 42-44; men-
Furnas, Robert W., letters to Dr. Geo. L. Miller relative to first white child born
in Nebraska, 44-45; on traditional origin of Omaha Indians, 48-49; anecdotes
Gere, Hon. Charles H., on the admission of Nebraska into the Union, address before
Gold at Pike's Peak, the rush for, 174-180.
Griffen, Joel T., biography of, 104-106.
Hamilton, Rev. William, letter to Robert W. Furnas relative to first white child
born in Nebraska, 45-46; letter to A. D. Jones relating to the Omaha and
Harnois, John, letter of, relative to first white child born in Nebraska, 45.
Historical Block, proceedings relating to, 18-20.
Histories of counties, list of, 23–24.
Historical recollections in and about Otoe county, paper of James Fitche, 27-31;
History, the place of in modern education, 202-217; a science, 207; institutional
character of, 207; as a means of mental discipline, 211; its use as a moral in-
Howard, Geo. E,, address on the place of history in modern education, 202–217.
Indian names, meaning of, 47-49, 71–76.
Indians, religion of, 72.
Indian tribes, how related, 71.
Indians, see Omaha Indians.
Jones, A. D., letter to Dr. Geo. L. Miller relative to first white child born in Ne-
Johns Hopkins University, the leader in the new movement in history, 205.
Local names, 47-49, 73-75.
Lockett, Amelia Fontenelle, biographical sketch of, 89; account of by Mrs. Thomp-
Lowe, Dr. Enos, biography of, 111-114.
Majors, Alexander, address of to ox-teamsters of first freighting train, 1858, 35-37.
McCandlish, Rev. William, biographical notice of, 138.
Miller, Dr. Geo. L., his biographical sketch of Bishop Clarkson, 106-111.
Monell, Dr. Gilbert C., biography of, 100–102.
Morton, Mrs. Caroline Joy, biography of, 115–127.
Morton, J. Sterling, address at banquet, 33-34.
Names, local, 47-49, 73-75.
Nebraska, admission of into the Union, 162-173; the discovery of by Coronado.
Nuckolls, S. F., letter of, 32-37; member of convention relative to extinguishing
Officers of State Historical Society, 228.
Omaha Indians, history of by Henry Fontenelle, 77–83; traditional origin of, 48-
Organic act of State Historical Society, 218.
Otoe county, early history of, 27-42.
Philosophy of emigration, address of Hon. J. M. Woolworth, 151–161.
Powell, Charles, biographical sketch of, 144.
Proceedings of State Historical Society, 16–22.
Quivera, located in Nebraska, 194 ff.
Russell, Majors and Waddell, freighters, 1858, 35–36.
Sarpy, Peter, in connection with Gaterwell treaties, 65.
Savage, Judge James W., his address on the discovery of Nebraska, 180–202.
relics in possession of, 56-58; report of treasurer of, 21-22; organic act, 218;
Smet, Father de, letters relating to Fort Atkinson or Council Bluffs, 42-44; men-
Taffe, Hon. John, biographical sketch of, 141–142.
Thompson, Mrs. A. L., account of Lucien and Amelia Fontenelle, 90–93.
Washington county, early history of, 49–56.
White Cow or White Buffalo, Henry Fontenelle's account of, 79–80; anecdotes
White, Rev. Alvin G., biographical sketch of, 145.
Wilson, W. W., report of as treasurer of State Historical Society, 21–22.
Young, Elder J. M., biographical sketch, 142–144.