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sional Government and Original Constitution; A Sketch of Abe. lard Guthrie, First Delegate to Congress; The Journals of Wil

liam Walker; Eleven Rare and Valuable Portraits. Second series, vol. IV:-Forty Years of Nebraska, by Thomas Wes

ton Tipton, U. S. Senator for Nebraska from 1867–75. Special

Publication of the Society, 1902. 8vo. clo., 570 pp., $2.00.

Biographical Sketches and Official Records of Territory and State
Governors of Nebraska; Territorial Delegates to Congress, U. S.

Senators, and Representatives with many Portraits.
Second series, vol. V, 1902. Svo. clo., 381 pp., $1.50.

Territorial Journalism; Reminiscences of Territorial Days; Biographies of Judge Elmer S. Dundy, Thos. W. Tipton, Algernon Sydney Paddock, and others; The Nebraska Constitution; An Episode of the Wyoming Cattle War; Recollections of Omaha in 1855–61; Death of Logan Fontenelle; Farmers' Alliance in Nebraska; Indian Massacre, 1866; Pawnee War of 1859; Plains War in 1865; Underground Railroad in Nebraska; Along the Overland Trail; Early Freighting and Staging Operations; Proceedings of

the Society and List of Members. Nebraska Constitutional Conventions. A special Publication of the Ne

braska State Historical Society, being vol. XI of its publications. Second series, vol. VI, 1906. 8vo. çlo., 582 pp., $1.50.

Official Report and the Debates and Proceedings of the Constitutional Convention of 1871.

Second series, vol. VII, 1907. 8vo. clo., 628 pp., $1.50.

Official Report and the debates and proceedings of the Constitu-
tional Convention of 1871.
(There are two more volumes of the Debates and Proceedings
of the Constitutional Conventions of Nebraska now in course of

preparation. Proceedings and Collections of the Nebraska State Historical Society,

second series, vol. X, 1907. 8vo. clu., 422 pp., $1.50.

Mormon Settlements in the Missouri Valley; Railroad Migration into Northern Nebraska; Nebraska Politics and Nebraska Railroads; Reminiscences of Territorial Days; Campaign Against Crazy Horse; Early Days in Decatur, Nebraska; History of the Lincoln Salt Basin; Judicial Grafts; Visit of General Thayer to the Pawnee Village in 1855; Early Days on the Little Blue; Biographical Sketches of Pioneers; Railroad Taxation' in Nebraska; Work of Union Pacific Railroad; Early Dreams of Coal in Ne. braska; Unveiling of Monument to Gen. John M. Thayer; Official Proceedings, 1901 to 1908; Reports of Secretary, Treasurer, Librarian, and Archeologist for 1997; Museum Catalogue; List of newspapers received by the Society; Legislative Acts Aficcting the Society; Appropriations, 1883-1907; Constitution of the Society; Publications of the Society.

INDEX

Abbott, Dr. Luther J., 217.
Abbott, Lysle I., 258.
Abbott, Ned C., 294.
Abbott, Othman A., 172.
Acts of legislature affecting the

Nebraska State Historical So-

ciety, 393-98.
Adair, William, 304.
Adams county, 110.
Adams, J. W., 285.
Adams, P. Edgar, 230, 237.
Adams trip, 354.
Agency, Crow Creek, 80.
Ager, John H., 34, 223.
Agriculture, State Board of, 165.
Aitchison, Clyde B., 7.
Albermarle, 51.
Albion, 181.
Aldrich, Chester H., 276..
Alexandria, 129.
Alexis of Russia, Grand Duke, 273.
Allen, Charles S., 237.
Allen, C. W., 224, 230.
Allen, Capt. James, 14.
Allen, John E., 121, 125.
Allen, Thomas S., 285.
Allen, William I, 258.
Allen, William V., 240.
Allen (town), 331.
Allis, Samuel, 121, 123.
Allis, Otis E., 237, 362.
Alma (town), 108.
Alton, 24,
Amendments to constitution pro-

posed January 14, 1907, 287.
American Fur Co., 7, 78.
American Horse, 73.
Ames, John H., 83, 238.
Ancient Bluff ruins, 17.
Anderbery, Charles P., 258.
Anderson, David, 217.
Anderson, N. J., 330.
Anderson, Squire, 141.
Anderson, Wilham, 138.
Andrew county (Mo.), 138.
Andrews, E. Benjamin, 251, 252,

253, 262, 263, 264.
Annin, William E., 216, 218, 304.
Annual meetings-

Twenty-fourth, 1901, 215.
Twenty-fifth, -1902, 222.
Twenty-sixth, 1903, 226.

Twenty-seventh, 1904, 233.
Twenty-eighth, 1905, 238.
Twenty-ninth, 1906, 246.
Thirtieth, 1907, 257.
Thirty-first, January 13-14, 1908,

281.
Antelope county, 30, 31.
Appropriations, Nebraska State His-

torical Society, 399.
Arbor Lodge, 148.
Arbor Day, 151, 152, 227, 228, 231,

236.
Archeologist's Reports-

1906, 326.

1907, 335.
Archeologist, Report of, 323.
Arikara Indians, 222.
Armstrong, W. J., 143.
Artesian well, Lincoln, 95.
Ashland, 170, 171, 337.
Atchison county (Mo.), 136.
Atwood, Myrtle P., 285.
Auditing committee, Report of, 1907,

282.
Aughey, Prof. Samuel, 331.
Aukes, Dr. Ehme E, 229.
Avery, R. O., 260.
Aylsworth, Kittie Austin, 288.
Aylsworth, Leon E., 237.
Aylsworth, William P., 230, 262, 269.
Babcock, L. J., 363.
Bain, Robert A., 98.
Baird, T. C., 335.
Baker, E., 135.
Baker, Mrs. E. C., 275, 294.
Baker, Dr. George G., 144.
Baker, Samuel, 358.
Baldwin, Willis A., 230.
Ball, Franklin, 218, 304, 380.
Bancroft, M. A., 332, 335.
Barber, J. A., 361.
Barbour, Erwin H , 258, 355.
Barkley, Mrs. J. E., 364.
Barnes, John B., 259.
Barnes, Mrs. Mary J., 363.
Barr, Wesley, 197.
Barrett, Jay Amos, 102, 217, 220,

228, 230, 231, 232, 233, 235, 239,
241, 244, 245, 246, 251, 253, 255,

256, 261, 263, 334, 380, 381.
Barrett, Jay Amos, Resignation of,

256.

Barry, John H., 259.
Bassett, Samuel C., 245.
Bates, Dr. Henry Y., 285.
Bates, Ross, 285.
Battle Creek (town), 23.
Battles-

Ash Hollow, 272.
Rosebud, 71.
Slim Buttes, 73.

White Stone Hills, 78, 164.
Bean, John J., 285.
Beatrice, 63, 64, 65, 129, 181, 337.
Beattie, James, 350.
Beemer (town), 29.
Belfour, W. A., 360.
Bell, John T., 366.
Bell, Ortha 0, 193, 214.
Bell, Ray, 365.
Bellevue, 7, 8, 22, 64, 119, 121, 148,

154, 155, 156, 157, 231.
Bellevue claim club, 155.
Bellevue Town Company, 155.
Belpere, C. L., 362.
Bené, Jules, 61.
Benedict, F. J., 285.
Bennett, Capt., 78.
Bennett, George D., 279, 286.
Bennett, Gideon, 133, 138.
Bennett, Judge Hiram P., 60, 138,

140, 141, 143.
Bennett, William, 143.
Benton, George H., 136, 137.
Benton (town), 79.
Bessey, Dr. Charles E., 276, 277.
Best, G. M., 334.
Bethlehem, 21, 23.
Bierbower, Victor, 114.
Bierwagon, Charley, 135, 136.
Big Elk (chief), 14.
Bighorn country, 69, 70.-
Big Springs (Kansas), 349.
Billows, Peter, 104.
Billows family, 104.
Bills, Charles J., 285.
Bingham, John A., 285.
Birchfield, William P., 141.
Bird, Jim, 107.
Bird family, 104.
Bishop, Arthur E., 285.
Bixby, Amri L., 218, 285.
Black Bird (chiei), 272.
Black, James P. A., 259.
Black canker plague, 15.
Black Hills, 72.
Blackburn, Merritt L., 260.
Blackburn, Thomas W., 259.
Blackman, Elmer E., 221, 222, 223,

226, 231, 237, 241, 244, 245, 246,
248, 251, 255, 258, 261, 262, 263,
267, 274, 295, 334, 335, 359, 366.

Blackman, E. E., Collection of, 306.
Blaine, Col., 153.
Blair, Montgomery, 100.
Blakely, Nathan, 63, 284, 304.
Bloomington, 108.
Blunt, Joseph, 135, 137.
Blunt, Mrs. Joseph, 137.
Blythe, T. A., 280.
Boats-

Banner State, 141.
Little Ann, 148.
Mayflower, 148.
Western Engineer, 78.

Yellowstone, 78.
Boelus' (town), 182.
Boston, 126.
Boston Journal, 202.
Boulware, John B., 134, 140, 142.
Boutton, Martin V., 142.
Bowen, John S., 145.
Bowen, William R., 304.
Bowers, A., 145.
Bowers, William D., 304.
Bowlby, Charles J., 230, 231, 233,

241, 246.
Bowman, Oscar R., 218.
Box Butte county, 31.
Boyer Lake, 21.
Boyd, Gov. James E., 58, 207, 300.
Bozarth, W. N., 365.
Brace, L. D, 365.
Bradford, Judge Allen A., 60, 136,

140.
Bradford, Henry, 138, 141, 142.
Bradford, Henry & Co., 139, 142.
Bradford, R. H., 100.
Brash, Mrs. G. H., 303.
Brewster, John W., 285.
Briggs, Clinton, 172.
Bristol, D. Charles, 333, 334, 335,

374.
Bristol, Mrs. D. Charles, 334.
Bristol, D. Charles, Collection of,

258, 331, 374.
Broady, Jefferson H., 172, 231, 234,

235.
Brock, Nelson C., 224, 363, 381.
Brown, C. M., 285.
Brown, Dick, 138.
Brown, Elmer W., 279.
. Brown, Erasmus E., 98. 99.
Brown, Francis W., 250, 280, 284.
Brown, George W., Jr., 276.
Brown, M. W., 140.
Brown, Norris, 174, 248.
Brown, Will A., 359, 360.
Brown county, 31.
Brownville, 65, 104, 129, 138, 143,

144, 145, 158, 163, 164.
Brownville College, 145.

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Brower, Jacob V., 222, 362, 363.
Broz, Rev. John S., 237.
Bruner, Uriah, 304.
Bryan, Frank, 346.
Bryan, William Jennings, 62, 280,

281, 300.
Bryan, Mrs. William Jennings, 280,

300.
Buchanan, James, 148.
Buchanan, John Ross, 25, 222, 223.
"Buckskin Charlie,” see White,

Charles.
Buell, George E., 279.
Buffalo Bill, see Cody, William F.
Buffalo county, 25.
Buffalo Gap, 32.
Building for State Historical So-

ciety, Plans for, 233.
Building Proposition, 290.
Burlington (Iowa), 169.
Burnett, Edgar A., 276.
Burnham, Charles E., 260.
Burt, Francis, 119.
Burt county, 80, 117.
Busch, Charles H., 280.
Bush, L. Penn, 240.
Butler, Gov. David, 87, 88, 94, 159,

300, 396.
Butler county, 329.
By-laws of the Nebraska State His-

torical Society, 401.
Cadman, John, 108.
Cady, Addison E., 240.
Cahn, Isaac, 92, 93, 94, 95.
Cairo Record, 336.
Cairo trip, 336.
Caldwell, Howard W., 217, 218, 219,

222, 223, 225, 226, 227, 228, 231,
232, 233, 234, 238, 239, 240, 241,
242, 243, 245, 246, 248, 254, 255,
256, 257, 261, 262, 263, 264, 274,

275, 277, 278, 279, 334, 363.
Caldwell, Samuel L., 285.
Caldwell county (Mo.), 10.
California, 20.
California city, 23.
Callaway (town), 182.
Campaigning against Crazy Horse.

By David Y. Mears, 68.
Campbell, Delia, 380.
Campbell, Dr. John C., 138.
Campbell's Grove, 12.
Canaday, Joseph S., 285.
Capital Beach. 301.
“Capital City," see Lincoln.
Capital located, 53.
Carns, Margaret J., 285.
Carpenter, John H , 285.
Carr, Daniel M., 230.
Carr, Gen. Eugene A., 272.

Carson, C. H., 365.
Carson, Sam, 139, 141.
Carterville, 23.
Carved Rock on University campus,

331.
Casper (Wyo.), 32.
Cass county, 116.
Cass county (Iowa), 7, 12, 23.
Catalogue of Museum, see Museum

Catalogue.
Caton, John Dean, 7..
Cedar Rapids, 181.
Chadron, 32, 68.
Challis, C. H., 248,
Chamberlain, Miss Abba Daton, 360.
Chappell, Phil E., 228, 230.
Chapman, Mrs. Agnes D., 295.
Chapman, Bird B., 138.
Chapman, Samuel M., 297, 305.
Charde, Mrs. A. B., 218.
Chase county, 271.
Chatburn, George R. 381.
Cherry county, 31, 68.
Chester Basin, see Salt Basin.
Cheyenne (Wyo.), 68, 69, 70, 181.
Chicago, 7.
Childs, A. L., 145.
Chippeway Indians, 7, 8.
Chittenden, Capt. Hiram M., 192,

224, 228, 230.
Choui village, 355, 356, 358, 359.
Chouteau collections, 245.
Church family, 104, 105.
Claim club, Bellevue, 155.
Clapman, Mariel E., see Gere, Ma-

riel E. C.
Clark, Elias H., 305.
Clark, Lieutenant, 76.
Clark, Mrs. Paul F., 230.
Clark, Victor F., 285.
Clarke, E. H., 237.
Clarke, Henry T., 217, 218, 229, 230,

232, 238, 240, 241, 243, 246.
Clarke, Henry T., Jr., 240.
Clay county (Mo.), 10.
Clayton, Edgar, 280.
Clayton, W., 9.
Clayton's Guide, 9.
Clearwater (town), 27.
Clements, E. G., 218.
Clemens, John, 140.
Clemens, Samuel L., 102.
Cleveland, Grover, 148, 255.
Cleveland, Howard G., 240, 325, 371.
Cleveland, Howard, Collection of,

371.
Cobb, Clinton C., 239, 280, 337, 354.
Cochran, Judge, 109.
Cody, William F., 273.
Coffin, C. H., 239.

Coffin, Edward M., 260.
Coffin, J. R., 324, 360, 361.
Coffin, J. R., Collection of, 367.
Colby, Mrs. L. W., 285.
Cole, Gilbert L., 276, 364.
Cole, T. L., 280.
Coleridge (town), 331.
Collections, Resume of, 324.
Collins, Mrs. Louisa E., 279.
Colorado, 67.
Colorado Cliff Dwellers National

Park, 224.
Columbus, 25, 181, 184, 186.
Committee on Elections, 20.
Committee on Marking Historic

Sites, 270.
Commonwealth, 159.
Comstock family, 128.
Cone, Charles G., 279.
Congregational church, Ashland,

171.
Constitution of Nebraska, 48, 49, 50,

57.
Constitution of the Nebraska State

Historical Society, 399.
Constitutional convention, 1871, 45,

234.
Constitutional convention of 1875,

172, 234.
Constitutional convention, The One-

night, 234.
Cook, Harold J., 276.
Cook, James H., 276.
Cook, W. H., 155.
Coonville (town), 23.
Corcoran, George F., 285.
Cornell, Charles H., 218.
Cornell, H. W., 140.
Cottonwood canyon, 270.
Cottonwood Springs, 270.
Council Bluffs, 12, 19, 22, 24, 26, 53,

59, 64, 78, 81, 119, 154, 181, 302.
Council Bluffs Agency, 8.
Council Bluffs subagency, 7, 8.
Council Point, 12, 15, 21, 22.
County. Historical Societies, 304.
Cowin, John C., 205, 213, 259.
Cowles, Charles H., 135, 136, 137,

138, 139, 140.
Cowles, Mrs. F. W., 280.
Cowles, Harvey C., 135, 138, 139.
Cox, William W., 62, 65, 103, 227,

228, 236, 237, 239, 240, 275, 304.
Cox, Samuel D., 305.
Craig, Hiram, 304.
Craig, William R., 137, 140, 141, 142.
Crandall, Wallace L., 279.
Crawford, James, 239, 362.
Crazy Horse (chief), 73, 74, 75, 76,

77.

Creeks-

Blue Water, 271.
Camp, 138, 139.
Chadron, 76.
Chariton, 12.
Crazy Woman's, see Rivers, Pow.

der, Crazy Woman's fork.
Flag, 346.
Frenchman, 271.
Goose, 72.
Indian, 19, 337.
Keg, 12.
Liberty, 130.
Locust, 12.
Maple, 27.
Plum, 9, 133.
Prairie, 356.
Rosebud, 70, 72.
Salt, 85, 103, 337.
Sandy, 129.
Silver, 16.
South Table, 133.
Squaw, 141.
Sugar, 12.
Sweet, 336.
Table, 135, 137.
Thirty-two Mile, 131.
Walnut, 139.
Weeping Water, 354.

Wilson, 199.
Creighton (town), 32.
Crescent (town), 21.
Crew, Farmer W., 240.
Crimm, Dr., 104, 105.
Crites, Albert W., 258.
Crook, Gen. George, 68, 70, 72, 73,

74, 75, 76, 77.
Cross, R. T., 363.
Crounse, Lorenzo, 29, 99, 112.
Crow Indians, 71.
Crow Creek Agency, see Agency,

Crow Creek.
Croxton, John H., 304.
Culver, Ada I., 260.
Cuning, Gov. Thomas B., 119, 120,

140, 255, 300.
Cuming county, 31.
Cummins, Gov. A. B., 255.
Custer, Gen. George A., 72.
Cutler Park, 14, 15, 16.
Cutler's Camp, 16.
Cutright, John W., 260.
"Dacotah” county, 80.
Daily State Democrat, 62.
Dakota Junction, 32:
Daniel, Herbert S., 259.
Daniels, Edward, 36-4.
Darling, Charles W., 305.
Darlow, Alfred, 239.
Dartmouth College, 169.

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