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Dred Scott Decision, 102, 114, 115.
Dress of Indians, 13.
Drouth, 1889-1890, 132.
Dudley, E. S., 231.
Dugdale, Henry, 101.
Dunbar's writing concerning Indians,

55.
Dundy, E. 8., 57, 228, 231, 241.
Dunkin, H. J., 102.
Dunlap, J. P., 225, 231.
Dunn, C., 18.
Dunphy, L. A , 221, 231.
Duties, law of ad valorem, 206.
Dyer, Heath & Co., 180.

E Early Nebraska Currency and Per

Capita Circulation, 220.
Economic law, 205.
Edgfield District, 8. O., 25.
Editorial Notes, 50-52.
Effect of early legislation on courts,

103-118, 220.
Elbert and Townsend, law firm, 107.
Election pow-wows,

15.
Election of Gov. Butler, 62, 63.
Elizabeth, Queen, 203.
Eller, W. H., 2, 66, 211, 221, 225, 231,

244.
Elliot, Mr., 181, 183.
Ellsworth, Mr., 169.
Emigrants, 152, 173.
Engineer, city, 84,
Eastabrook, Experience, 160.
Estimates, 217.
Exchange books, 227.
Exodus to gold fields, 1849, 40.
Expenditures, 1893, 218.
Exposition of 1873, medal, 215.
Extracts from early documents, 220.

F Failures, 1857, 203-204.

Ferguson, Fenner, 37, 153, 162.
Ferrying, Missouri R., 92, 93.
Fiatism. 204.
Fieldgrove, Henry, 102.
Fifield, L. B., 231.
Files of Newspapers, 119-121, 124-128.
Finances of Nebr. Terr., 195-210.
Fines, 157.
Fire Department, 83.
Fish, Hamilton, 245, 246.
Fisher, Kingman, 102.
Fitzgerald, D. J., 220, 221, 222, 231.
Fletcher, Miss Alice, 231.
Fling, Proi. F. M., 221, 231.
Florence, 77, 187.
Flouring mill, Buffalo Co., 1873, 100.
Folsom, B. R., 22.
Folsom, John B., 22.
Fontanelle, Henry, 225, 231.
Fontanelle Bank, charter, 202.
Form oi Hist. Soc. Publications, 221,

227.
Forrest, John, 102.
Forsythe, D. D., 123, 245.
Fort, I. A., 225, 231.
Fort Atkinson relics, 246.
Fort Atkinson, or Calhoun, 155, 157,

159.
Fort Hall, 132.
Fort Kearney, 164, 168, 173, 174, 177,

179, 183.
Fort Leavey worth, 164, 165, 167, 183.
Fort Washakie, 246.
Franklin, Life of, 1815, 245.
Free Coinage, 204-207.
Freedom and slavery, 103.
Freight rates, 23.
Freight, Missouri traffic, 6.
Freighting, 44- 49, 50, 164-184, 220, 223.
Fremont, John C., 57.
French medallions, 215.
French traders, 173.
Frenchmen at Decatur, 9.
Frontier inconveniences, 9.
Fuel, 1872, 49.
Fugitive slave law, 114.
Fulton, E. R., 57.
Fulton, S. A., 57, 231.

Fair, World's, Nebraska Regis-

ters, 2 13.
Fairchild, Henry, 102.
Falls City, 58.
Fargo, E. M., 102.
Farnham, George L, 231,
Fawcett, Asa, 102.

of, 60.

Functions of Government, 23.

Government, Municipal, 76-87, 219.
Funerals among Indians, 14, 15. Government of U. S., persons com.
Furnas, Hon. R. W., 2, 66, 214, 219, posing, 1876, 1892, 246.

220, 221, 222, 223, 225, 228, 229, Grabach, John, 102.
231, 240, 242, 243.

Graff, George B, 160.
Furrough road, 18.

G. A. R. relics, 190.

Grant medal, 1679, 245.
G
Gage County, 61; supervisors Grasshopper raids, 101.

Grattan, Ft., 172.
Gagin, John, 102.

Gray, Marcellius, 102.
Gallagher, Mr., Ind. Agt., 134. Gray, William, 102.
Gallagher, John, 231.

“Great American Desert,” 43, 171.
Gamblers, 6, 9.

Greeley, Horace, autograph letter of,
Garber, Hon. Silas, 229, 231.

244.
Gardiner, S. A., 123, 242, 244, 245, 246, Green, H. C., 102.
247.

Green, Miss L. G., 123, 225, 231, 244,
Garfield, James, 102.

245.
Geisthardt, S. L., 2, 66, 211, 212, 218, Green, William, 225, 231.
219, 220, 221, 222, 225, 231.

Gregory, Lewis, 232.
George, A. D., 102.

Grenell, E, N., 210, 232.
George, Dr. I. P., 102.

Gresham Law, 203.
George, L. D., 102.

Gresham, Sir Thomas, 203.
George, N. C., 102.

Griggs, N. K., 232.
Georgia, 164.

Grimes, R. B., 170.
Gere, C. H., 2, 66, 210, 212, 220, 225, Groceries, etc., 1856, 156.

229, 231, 243; treasurer's report,
1893, 218.

H Hall, Augnistus, 162.
Gere, Mrs. C. H., 212, 231.

Hail, George Abbott, 26.
Ghost dances, 223, 246.

Hall, P. J., 225, 232.
Ghost songs, 131-150.

Hall, Willard P, 30.
Gibbon, 93-102, 220.

Haistead, Murat, 247,
Gibson, A. F., 102.

Hamilton, Father William, 34, 35, 37,
Gibson, W. W., 102.

232,
Gillette, Lee P, 170.

Hamrcond Bros., 214.
Gilmore, George, 102.

Hancock, 0. C., 202,
Gilmore, William, 231.

Hanks, Epli, 177.
Glass, Heman, 22.

Parna, C. H., 225, 232.
Glass, Mr., 102.

Harding, N. S., 225, 232.
Glenneville, Mrs. Anne, 102.

Hardy, H. W.232.
Gold, 204, 205, 206.

Hargus, Mr., 105.
Gold-digging, 39.

Harney, Gen., i74.
Good Thunder, 134, 136, 137, 138. Harper's Ferry, 246.
Goods, 4, 12.

Harrington, Major Olney, 160.
Goss, Harry, 102.

Harrisburg, 119.
Goss, J. Q., 224, 231, 212,

Harsha, W, J., 232.
Goulds, the, 75.

Hartley, E. T., 221, 232.
Government freight, 45.

Hartman, Chris., 232.
Government, functions of, 116-118. Harwood, N. S., 211, 213.

Hastings, A. G., 232.

I

Impeachment of Gov. Butler, 63.
Hastings, G. H., 221, 232.

Incorporation of cities and vil.
Hawkins, Gen., 170.

lages, 76-79, 87.
Hayes, Roger, 102.

Independence medal, 245.
Hendershot, F. J., 232.

Independence, Mo., 177.
Henninger, S. F., 102.

I. O. G.T.,

188.
Heth, Harry, 170.

1.0. O. F., 60.
Heth, John, 170.

Indiana, 61.
Hewitt, Hon. B. L., 57.

Inuians, 8, 10, 11, 12, 131-150, 153,
Hiatt, C. W., 232.

150, 172-177, 180, 246; Arapahoes,
Hiawatha, Kan., 58.

246; beliefs, 16; character, 15,
Hicks, Robert, 102.

16; dress, 33; funerals, 14, 15;
Hill, John B., 243.

language, 13; Omahas, 11, 155;
Hinman, T. H., 22.

payments, 11, 12; Shoshones, 246;
Historical Society, Nebr. State, 51, trading, 12, 13, 14; war in Ore-

54, 210-241; appropriations, 241; gon, 59; as witnesses, 109, 113;
constitution and by-laws, 236-240; view of the '49ers, 41.
donors and gifts, 242-247; legisla- Industrial conditions, 195-210.
tive act of recognition, 240-241 ; Ingersoll, C. L., 232
meetings: 1893, 210-213; 1894, International Folk Lore Assoc., 223.
218–222; 1895, 222-225; members Iowa, 68, 156.
229-236; officers, 2, 66, 130, 194, Iowa criminal code, 104, 154.
212, 220, 225, 228-9; report of Ironton, O., 59.
Secretary, 1893, 214-217; 1894, Irwin, John, 102.
225-228; report of Treasurer, 1893, Issues of Terr. banks, 69.

218.
History of Seward County, 227.

Jackson,

22.

J
Holliday, Ben, 47.

Jackson, William, 102.
Hollidaysburg, Pa., 57.

Jacksonville, Ill., 185.
Homesteading, 89.

James, William H., 160.
Hoover, W. H., 225, 232.

Jaynes, F. N., 216.
Horticultural Society, 212.

Jefferson, Thomas, 211.
Hoskinson, Squire, 159.

Jeiferson City, 151.
Hough, L. S., 102.

Jevons, Prof., 74.
Houses, first in Decatur, 5, 10.

Jones, D. J., 210, 232.
Howard, Prof. G. E., 214, 217, 227, Sones, Henry M., 144.
228, 232.

Jones, W. R., 37.
Eoward, Col. oi N. Y., 37.

Jones, W. W. W., 232.
Howe, Church, 58.

Johnson, B. J., 211, 220; reminiscen.
Howe, Mrs. Church, 58.

ces by, 39-44.
Howe, Frank, 102.

Johnson, Hadley D., 232.
Hoyt, J. L., 246.

Johnson, J. N., 122.
Hubbard, M., 102.

Johnson, Gen. Joe, 170.
Hubbard, T. J., 102.

Johnson, Sarah, 59.
Humphrey, Austin, 232.

Johnson, Mrs. William. A., 26.
Hunter, Alice C., 244.

Johnson County, 61.
Hyde, J. R., 155.

Judd, J. E., 102.
Judicial districts, 77.

Judicial District, Third, 150-163. Laramie R., 173.
Judiciary, 108.

“Last Chance" saloon, 1858, 9,

Law, early Decatur, 17.
K Kaley, C. W., 244.

Laws, territorial, 55.
Kaley, H. S., 232.

Leavenworth, 5, 166, 174.
Kansas, 6, 8, 32, 33, 152, 199.

Leavitt, T. H., 232.
Kansas City Enterprise, 164.

Lee, H. A., 91, 102.
Kansas-Nebraska Troubles, 5.

Legislation, 1856, 202-203.
Kansas-Nebraska Bill: effect on Dem- Legislation, effect on couris, 103-118,

ocratic party, 29; legislative pow- 219.
ers in, 77, 103; politically, 103, Legislative powers, 78.
114.

Legislature, 213.
Kansas Hist. Soc., 215, 217.

Legislature, 1855, 37, 153-154.
Kearney, Fort, 1849, 42; 1856, 164, Legislature, 1857, 153.

168, 169, 170, 171. 173, 174, 177, Leicester, Mass., 58.
178, 179, 180, 181, 183.

Lemon, T. B., 233.
Keim, A. R., 210, 232.

Lewis, F. W., 233.
Kelly, W. H., 102.

Lewis, H. E., 233.
Kelsey, J. E., 102.

Lexington, Mo., 165.
Kendall, F. L., 221, 232.

Librarian, 191, 212.
Kennard, T. P.,
232.

Librarian, office of, 239.
Kennedy, A., 102.

Library board, 84.
Kenny, Mrs. F. W., 188.

Library building, 190, 191.
Kentucky, 185.

Library Committee, 2, 66, 130, 194.
Kenyon, F. B., 221, 232.

Library, Lincoln Public, 211.
Kicking Bear, 138.

Library of the Society, 215, 221, 223,
Kilgore, C., 102.

226, 227.
Kingsley, J. S., 246.

Life and Trust Co., 204.
Kinney, Judge, of Utah, 105.

Lincoln, President, 115.
Kinney, W. F., 102.

Liocoln, 43, 58, 63, 187, 20:221; pub-
Kinny, L. B., 202.

lic library, 211.
Kirker, Miss Stella B., 215.

Line, T. H., 244.
Knepper, Samuel, 202.

Liquor Laws, 1858, 107, 108.
Knight, H. C., 102.

liquor, results of free use, 19, 20.
Knox, Theadore, 102.

Little, C. X., 233.
Kountz Bros., 71.

Little, Mrs. C. N., 233.

Little, Elder, 177. :
L
La Barre, J. D., 102.

Little Thunder, 174.
Lafayette. 185.

Livingstone, Gen., 170.
L. S. & M. S., 92.

Lobingier, C. S., 221, 233.
La Master. Hugb, 212. 2:2.

Local Institutions, 116.
La Master, J. E,, 210, 232.

Lockwood, W. F., 160.
Lambert, W. B., 22., 232.

Loomis, Miss L. B., 221, 233.
Lambertson, G. M., 224, 232.

Longsdorf, H. A., 212, 233.
Land Grants, U. P. R. R., 88, 89. Lots, Decatur town site, 4.
Landings, 8.

Loup River wood.
Land office, 160.

Love, C., 102.
Land, prices, 23.

Loveall, E, 102.
Lowe, Enos, 22.
Lowe, 8. E., 224, 233.
Lowell, 8. B.,

102.
Loyd, John, 102.
Lucas, John, 102.
“Lumbar, Old (Lambert), 10, 11, 13.
Lumber business, Beatrice, 60.
Lunbury, O., 185.
Lynching, 1857-1859, 105.

M

Mac Cuaig, Donald, 212, 233.
Mac Murphy, John A., 210, 219,

Massacres,

221, 223, 229, 233; articles by,

3-24.
McClelian Medal, 245.
MeClelland, Mike, 39.
McClure, W. F.,

102.
McConnell, J. L., 233.
McCown, Maj., 170.
McCraney, Mrs. E. P., 102.
McFarland, J. D. 233.
McInich, John, 58, 59.
McIntyre, E. M., 233.
McKinley, William, 102.
McKinleyism, 207.
McLaughlin, Mr., Ind. Agt., 135.
McLeod, H. D., 198, 201-5.
McMahon, Phillịp J., 202.
MeMonegal, H., 102.
McReynolds, Robert, 233.
Macy, Jesse, 233.
Majors, Alexander, 171.
Majors, T. J., 170.
Manatt, Dr. I. J., 229, 233.
Manderson, Gen. C. F., 233.
Manley, Miss Rachel, 2:6, 233.
Market, 73.
Marquette, T. M., 219, 224; article

by, 103-118.
Marquette Independent, 244.
Marsh, John, 39.
Marshal, city officer, 82.
Marshall, J. L., 221, 233.
Martin, C. D., 160.
Marysville, Kansas, 58, 167.
Mason, O. P., 109,
Masonic temple, Beatrice, 60.

Massachusetts Hist. Soc., 217.
Massachusetts Pine Tree Shilling, 245.

131.
Massasauga, 18.
Mathewson, H. B., 233.
Mattice, S., 102.
Maurier, Du, 208.
Mauvais Terre, 141, 143.
Maxwell, Samuel, 210, 233.
May, Charles A., 170.
Mayor of cities, 80, 81, 83.
Mead, Elwood, 246.
Meals, Mo. R, steamers, 7.
Medicine

men,

132.
Meetings of the N. S. Hist. Soc., 122,

238, 240.
Mello (Brazil), 117.
Member List, 229-236.
Membership in the Society, 236.237.
Memphis, 233.
Mercer, V. T., 102.
Merchandise for Indians, 12.
Merchants, 1857, 106.
Message of Gov. Black, 68.
Messiah craze, 131-150.
Methodism medal, 245.
Metropolitan class of cities, 83.
Mexico, 117.
Michigan, 153.
Midland Pacific, 187.
Mietonga, 13.
Miles, General, 170.
Miles, Katherine, 25.
Military, effect of settlement, 90.
Miller, Dr. George L., 2, 66, 71, 170,

221, 225, 228, 233.
Miller, Oscar A., 233.
Mills, J. H., 102.
Minick, Mrs. Alice A., 225, 233.
Mission House at Bellevue, 34.
Missouri, 39, 59, 68, 108.
Missouri Compromise, 31.
Missourians of '58, 8.
M. P. R. R., 152.
Missouri River, 4, 6, 7, 92, 93, 153,

156,174.
Moffatt, D. H., 70.
Monell, G. S., 229, 233,

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