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Money, 196-210; paper, 67-76.

Nebraska House, Independence, Mo.,
Money, “Indian payments,” 12.

39.
Monks, C., 102.

Nebraska City, 9, 45-48, 77, 81, 187,
Monometallism, 204.

211.
Monroe, Supt. A. A., 225, 233.

Necrology, 57-64, 185.
Monroe County, Ind., 61.

Negro witnesses, 109, 110, 113.
Montana, 133.

Nehawka, 221.
Moore, Miss Sarah Wool, 233.

Neligh, 119, 221.
Mormon mail, 177.

Nemaha County, 58, 59.
Morris, Major, 170.

Nevada, 132.
Morrison, Mr., 183.

New England, 158.
Morton, Hon. J. Sterling, 2, 62, 66, New Eng. Soc. of Brooklin, 191, 245.

71, 122, 186, 191, 210, 211, 212, 213, News Pub. Co., 226.
218, 219, 220, 222, 223, 225, 228,

Newspapers, 54, 119-121, 124-126, 191,
229, 233, 213. 245, 246.

215, 216.
Mullon, 0. A., 233.

Newton, Mrs. M. B., 234.
Mundle, Thomas, 102.

New York, 204.
Municipal Gov't, 76-87, 219.

New York City, 3, 58.
Murphy, William, 221, 233.

New York civil code, 109.
Music, ghost dance, 141.

New Yorkers, 1856, 4, 8.
Myers, Aimee, 185.

New York Tribune, 92, 126.
Niles, Col. H. D., 102.

Nineteenth Century, 204-205.
N Names, Indian, 13.
National Era, 128.

North Dakota, 135.
National Political Conventions, 1860,

North Platte, 172.
247.

North Platte Route, 36.
Neal, C. F., 221, 233.

Northup, M., 102.
NEBRASKA: Kansas-Nebr. Bill, 29, Norval, T. L., 229, 234.

31, 32; constitutional convention, Nuckolls, S. F., 71.
1871, 61; Coronado, 220; courts,

Nullification convention, 1832, 27.
103-118; cities, 76-87; develop- Notes on Nebr. Hist. 53-56, 190-192.
ment, 85, 89, 90; freighting and Notes, early banks, 69.
emigrants, 39-49, 50, 164-184, 220,

Number books and pamphlets, 53.
223; Kansas-Nebr. troubles, 5:

Nye, Theron, 234.
legislation, 103-118; municipal
govt., 76-87; newspapers, 119- O Oakham, Mass., 59.
121, 124-126, 51; pre-emptions,

Obituaries, committee, 2, 66, 221,
244; population, 68; publica-

25, 57-64, 185–189.
tions, 227; reminiscences, 150- Objects of the Hist. Soc. work, 54.
163; state publications, 227.

O'Fallon's Bluffs, 172.
TERRITORY: terr. society, 17,

Officers, 212, 228, 237, 238.
92, 93, 103-118, 150-103, 173,

Officers of cities, 79.
195-210, 220; terr. courts, 150-

Ogallala Tribe, 136, 137, 174, 175.
163; banking, 68-76; occupations,

Ogilvie, James, 94, 102.
68; Organic Act, 1854, 29, 77, 103,

Ohio, 92, 115, 204.
114; population, 68; wild cat

Ohio civil code, 109.
banks, 67-76; traders, 9, 173.

Ohio River, 161.
Ohio State Journal, 59.

Old Settlers' Association, 213.

Pawnee City, 62, 64.
O’Linn, Mrs. Fannie, 225, 234. Pawnee, Ind., 180.
Oliver, E., 101.

Payment, Indian, 11, 12.
Oliver, James, 101.

Peltries, 14.
Omadi, 156.

Pember, Mrs. E. A., 102.
Omaha, 63, 70, 77, 81, 82, 85, 94, 152, Pendleton Academy, 26.
153, 157, 160, 221.

Pendleton Messenger, 27.
Omaha and Chicago Bank, 69.

Pendleton, S. C. 26, 38.
Omaha Loan and Trust Co., 71. Penitentiary, 63.
Omaha Merchants, 1857, 11.

Philobiblion, 123.
Omaha, a steamboat, 6.

Pennsylvania, 59.
Oregon, Indian War, 59.

Per capita circulation, 71, 76, 198, 199,
Orr, J. C., 234.

200.
Osborne, C. M., 214.

Perry, D. B., 234.
Osborne, Geo., 234.

Perry, Mr., 198,
Osborne, J. W., 188.

Pershing, J. J., 225, 234.
Otoe County, 153.

Pettit, Mr., of Ind., 114.
Overland freighting, 16+-184.

Phebus, J. S. 234.
Oviatt, J., 102.

Philadelphia, 185.
Owen, S. G, 234.

Photographs, 55, 224, 242.
Owens, Joseph, 101.

Pickens, S. C., 27.

Pierce, Franklin, 27, 30, 31, 32, 38,
P.
Pacific City, Enterprise, 123.

105, 151.
Paddock Hotel, Beatrice, 60. Pine Ridge Agency, 134, 135, 136, 138.
Paddock, J. W., 234.

Pine Tree Shilling, 245.
Paddock, Senator, 106.

Pittsburg, Pa., 106.
Palestine woods and stones, 245. Plains, 39, 44, 152, 164-184.
Palmyra, 187.

Plum Creek, 171, 179.
Pamphlet holders, 53.

Platte, Mrs. E. G., 234,
Panic, 1857, 62, 68, 70, 204.

Platte River, 36, 101, 168, 171, 172,
Paper currency,
67-76.

173, 181, 182.
Papers, news, 51, 54, 119, 126, 215, 216. Platte County, 186.
Paper towns, 68, 157, 158.

Platte, Territory of the, 29, 30.
Parker, Charles D., 61.

Platte Valley at Gibbon, 95.
Parker, Eddie H., 61.

Platte Valley Bank, Neb. City, 71.
Parker, Frank H., 61.

Plattsmouth, 107, 221.
Parker George F., 123, 191, 245. Plowing, 18.
Parker H. W., 59-61, 212, 219, 221, Plum, L., 102.
234.

Police, cities, 83.
Parker, Louis C., 61.

Policy of legislature, 63.
Part of the Making of a Siate, 219. Political coins, 245.
Parmerlee, Mrs. Mary, 141.

Political motives, 83.
Passenger rates, 1869, 92.

Ponca City, 155.
Passenger, Missouri boats, 6.

Pony Express, 169.
Paternalism, 118.

Pope, Gen,, 170.
Patrick, J. N. H., 160.

Population, 1855, 71.
Patterson Ranch, 167.

Populists, 201,
Patterson, William, 102,

Porcupine, 132.

Q

Porter, J. R., 62.

Removal of the Society to new quar-
Pound, Judge S. B, 2, 66, 194, 212, ters, 213, 215, 226.
213, 220, 228, 234.

Repeal of Laws, 1857, 104-105.
Pound, Mrs. S. B., 2, 66, 211, 221, 225, Report of Secretary: 1893, 214; 1894,
234.

225-228.
Powers of legislature, 78.

Republicans, 105-106.
Preemptions in Nebr., 89, 244.

Republican Valley, 220.
President of the Society, 237.

Reservation, Omaha Indians, 11.
Price of publications, 228.

Resurrection, idea among indians,
Prices, 22, 47, 98.

132.
Probate Judge, 155.

Rich, Edson P., 234.
Providence, R. I,, 191.

Richards, L. C., 212, 234.
Public Library Board, 84.

Richards, Mrs. L. C., 212, 234.
Public Library, Lincoln, 211.

Richardson County, 58.
Publication of laws, 104.

Richardson, William A., 30, 187.
Publication of the Society, 50, 221, Riches, Decatur Pioneers, 21, 22.
226, 227, 228, 241.

Richmond, battle before, 106.
Punctuation, 246.

Rising, Charles, 242.
Putnam, C., 102.

Road, Emigrant, 1849, 40.
Putnam, J., 102.

Road, Decatur, West Point and Col-
Pythagoras and Phocylis, poems of, umbus, 18.
1565, 245.

Roberts, Mrs. George, 26.

Robertson, Beverly, H., 170.
Quaintance, H. W., 212, 234. Rockefeller, 75.

Quarters of the Society, 53 Rocky Mountains, 153.
Quorum, 238.

Rogers, H. P., 102.
Rolfe, D. P., 225, 234.

Rosebud Agency, 141.
Railroads, C. A. & Q., 152; M. Rosewater, Victor, 219, 221, 234; arti-
P., 152, 187.

cles by, 76-87.
Railroad legislation, 63.

Rothchilds, 75.
Ranchman, 95.

Ruggles, Gen., 170.
Rankin, B. P., 160.

Rulo, 9.
Receipts, 1893, 218,

Russell, Majors and Waddell, 164,
Recollections of a Civil Engineer, 247. 183.
Records and their Conservation, 211.
Reed, Byron, 234.
Reed, W. D., 245, 246.

Salary, Librarian, 213.
Registers of Centennial, 1876, 243. Sales of R. R. lands, 89.
Registers of Cotton Exposition,

Exposition, Salt, among Indians, 12.
1884-85, 243.

“Salt Creek Flats,” 43.
Registers of World's Fair, 1893, 243. Salt Lake City, 169, 177.
"Regulars”': traders, 11.

Sammons, B. F., 102.
Relics, etc., 54, 242-247.

Sand bars, Mo, R., 6.
Reminiscences of Early Times near Sandoz, Jules A., 242.
Nebr. City, 210.

San Francisco, 169.
Reminiscences of the Third Judicial Santa Anna, 117.
District, 1857-1861, 223.

Santee Agency, 144.

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R Railroads, 73

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S St. Louis; 4, 5, 152

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Sarpy County, 153.
Sarpy, John R., 202.
Sarpy, Peter A., 11, 13, 22, 202.
Saunders, Alvin, 170.
Savage, James W., 234.
Saw mill, Decatur, 5, 10.
Sawyer, A. J., 21:3, 224, 234.
Sawyer, Mrs. A. J., 19).
Say, M., economist, 198.
Sayer, J. J., 221, 234.
Schlegel, Alexander, 244.
Schools, Beatrice, 60.
Schools, Buffalo Co., 98, 99.
Schuyler Sun, 244.
Scioto Gazette, 59,
Scotch Irish, 185.
Scotts Bluff, 173.
Seal of Government, 216.
Seal of Society, 238.
Second class cities, 79, 80.
Secretary of the Society: 210, 211,

212, 238; report, 1893, 214; report

1894, 225-228.
Secretary of State, 61.
Seeley, S. V., 102.
Settlement of land, 88-89.
Seward county, 60, 61,
Seward, Mr. 115.
Sewer Pipe Company, 60.
Shaw, J. C., 225, 231.
Shedd, H. H., 234.
Sheldon, A. E,, 225, 234.
Sheldon, George L., 221.
Shelving, 226.
Shemokeman, 13.
Sherman, 170.
Shirts, ghost dance, 139.
Shonga, 13.
Shooting, 1857, 5, 6.
Short, N. W., 102.
Short Bull, 134, 137, 141.
Shoshonee Indians, 245.
Shoshonee Agency, 132, 136, 137.
Show, A. B., 234.
Shryock, L. B. W., 234.
Shugart, E., 234.
Sickels, Miss Emma, 136, 143.
Sidewalks, local economy, 85.

Silver, 204, 205, 206.
Silvernail, C. T., 102.
Silvernail, G. H., 102.
Silvernail, John, 102,
Sioux City, 156, 157.
Sioux Indians, 133, 134, 136, 172, 173,

175.
Sister Katherine, 27.
Sitting Bull, 135, 143.
Sixth U. S. Inft., 169.
Skinner, W. H., 235.
Skins, Indian trading, 14.
Slabaugh, Warren H., 225, 235.
Slave law, 104.
Slavery, 30, 31, 32, 103, 104, 111, 112,

114, 115.
Smith, Adam, 24.
Smith, George N., 102.
Smith, Gerrit, 246.
Smith, Jared, 123.
Smith, J. P., 102.
Smith, Sereno, 102.
Smith, W. H., 235.
Snakes, 18, 19.
Society, Nebr. State Hist., 210-231.
Soldiers' Free Homestead Colony, 87-

102, 220.
Soldiers, settlement in West, 90.
Some Character Sketches, 210.
Some Financial Fallacies, 195-210.
Songs of Indians, 131-150.
Sorenson, Alfred, 235.
Sorenson's Hist. Omaha, 70, 71.

South Dakota, 134, 141.
South Platt 132.
South Platte Route, 36.
Spanish Coin, 246.
Spearman, Frank H., 212, 235.
Special session, 78.
Special legislation, 78, 79, 86, 87, 110,

111.
Speed of trains, 1869, 92.
Spelling of Indian names, 13.
Spotted Elk, 143, 144, 148.
Sprague, W. H., 102.
Sprick, Henry, 212, 235.
Staley, Anna, 57.
Standing Rock Agency, 135,

Star, Buck I., 102.
State Journal Company, 214.
State publications, 215, 227.
States represented in Gibbon Colony,

97.
State Teachers' Assoc., 243.
State University, 216.
Statistics, bank, 68.
Statistics, early Decatur settlers, 19,

20, 21, 22.
Steamboats, Mo. R., 151, 156.
Stearley, George, 101.
Stearns, John, 102.
Steering, Mo. R., 6.
Stevens, J., 102.
Stock, 17.
Stock, bank, 203.
Stocking, Moses, 225, 22, 9.
Stockmen, 95.
Stores, Decatur, 1856, 5.
Storms; April 9, 1871, 96; April 14-17;

1873, 100.
Stout, 0. V. P., 221, 235.
Straussmann, R. H, 245.
Strong, Frank, 221, 235.
“Stumptail” currency, 204.
Success of men, elements of, 23.
Summers, W. S., 225, 235.
Summers, John E., 170.
Sumpter. 169.
Supervisors, Gage Co., 60.
Supplies, 5.
Supreme Court, 153, 157, 242.
Sutton, Major, of Calif., 39.
Sword, Major George, 136, 138, 143.
Sword, found in Repub. Valley, 220,

222.
Sydenham, Moses H., 122, 223, 225,

235; article by, 164-184.
System, free text book, 1872, 99.

Tekamah, 155 160.
Temperance, Gibbon, 97.
Term of Office, Mayor, 8!.
Territorial finances, 195-210.
Terrtorial laws, 55.
Territorial legislation, 62.
Territory of Nebr., 4, 68-85.
Territory of the Platte, 29, 30.
Text-books, free, 92.
Thatcher, T. D., 102.
Thayer, John M., 170.
Thayer, L. G., 244.
Third Judicial District, 150-103,
Thomas, M., 102.
Thompson. Dr., St. Louis, 4.
Thompson, John, 204.
Thompson, 0. E., 102.
Thorpe, Col. John, 91, 102.
Timblin, A. L., 221, 235.
Toledo Blade, 92.
Tongue R. Agency, 133.
Tootle, * * *, 22.
T'otem for Nebraska, 224.
Town Plats, 157, 158.
Traders, 173; methods of settlement,

11, 12, 13; sprees of, 12, 13.
Train, George Francis, 62.
Transactions and Reports, III., IV.,

V., 214.
Traut, S. R., 102.
Travel, modes of, 1854, 31.
Treasurer of Hist. Soc., 211, 212, 237,

238.
Treasurer's Report, 1893, 218.
Treasurer of cities, 82.
Treeman, L. B., 218, 219, 235.
Tree Planters,123, 224.
Tremain, Miss Mary A., 235.
Trew, F. S., 9., 102,
Trew, W. P., 102.
Trials, jury, 161.
Trilby, 208.
Trip, Missouri P., 1857, 6-9.
True, M. B. C., 235.
Trumbull, painting, 246.
Turck, John C., 160.
Tuttle, Leroy, 70.

T Taffe, John, 156.

Taggart, J. M., 185-189, 235.
Taggart, Mary, 188.
Taggart, R. M., 188.
Taxation, 78.
Taxes, 83.
Tecumseh, 221.

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