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  • ADAMS, S.—
      • Defeated candidate for delegate to Congress
  • 88
      • mention of
  • 89
    • AGRICULTURE AND CLIMATE—
      • Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 114
    • ALDRICH, MARK—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
    • ALEXANDER, T. M.—
      • With family, early arrival in Prescott
  • 211
    • ALSAP, JOHN T.—
      • Mention of
  • 37
      • appointed first Treasurer of Territory
  • 189
      • with John Roundtree, opens first saloon in Prescott
  • 215
      • with S. C. Miller and Con Moore, attacked by Apaches
  • 255
      • accompanies King Woolsey's expedition as surgeon
  • 274
    • ALLYN, JUDGE JOSEPH P.—
      • One of first three Judges of Territory, assigned to Second Judicial District
  • 74
      • resigns
  • 246
      • candidate for delegate to Congress, defeated
  • 246
    • ANDERSON, CAPT. ALLEN L.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 285
    • ANDERSON, JAMES.—
      • Chief Clerk of House of Representatives of First Legislature
  • 94
    • APACHES—
      • Description of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 159
    • APPEL, NATHAN B.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • APPROPRIATIONS—
      • By First Territorial Legislature for Schools
  • 135 136
      • First General Appropriation Bill
  • 140 et seq.
    • ARIZONA MINER—
      • Publication of by T. E. Hand
  • 31
      • said to have been first published at Camp Clark
  • 46
      • occupies first house completed on original town site of Prescott
  • 194
      • first issue of in Prescott
  • 194
    • BACKUS, JUDGE HENRY T.—
      • Appointed to succeed Judge Wm. T. Howell, resigned
  • 246
    • BAKER, ELIHU—
      • Mention of
  • 78
    • BANTA, A. F.—
      • Accompanies expedition into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings, and tells story of
  • 31 et seq.
      • mention of
  • 93
    • BARNETT & BARTH—
      • Start store at Prescott
  • 206
    • BARTH—
      • See Barnett & Barth
    • BASHFORD, COLES—
      • President of Council of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89 90 94
      • biography of
  • 90 et seq.
      • one of first two lawyers in Prescott
  • 213
      • returns East disgusted with Arizona
  • 245
      • one of first two lawyers in Tucson
  • 249
    • BEACH, CHARLEY—
      • Mention of
  • 34 38
    • BEAR PEN—
      • Name of one of first houses in Prescott
  • 194
      • mention of
  • 213
    • BEAUCHAMP, J. W.—
      • Estate of, first to be administered in Probate Court of Yavapai County
  • 247
      • killed by Indians
  • 267
    • BEHAN, JOHN H.—
      • Mention of
  • 33 34
    • BENEDICT, A. C.—
      • Mentioned by General Carleton in correspondence
  • 4 12
      • his object with the Walker Party
  • 27
      • exposes “Southern” plan of Walker Party
  • 29 30
      • death of
  • 30
    • BENSON, CAPT. HENRY M.—
      • One of officers with expedition sent into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31
      • in fight with Indians
  • 284
    • BERNARD, GEO. W.—
      • Owner of first hotel and restaurant in Prescott
  • 195 215
    • BERRY, WM. J.—
      • Defeated candidate for delegate to Congress
  • 88
      • mention of
  • 89
    • BIDWELL, THOMAS J.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • BIGELOW, HENRY A.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
    • BLAIR, HATZ & RAIBLE—
      • Contractors for erection of Governor's mansion, first public building erected in Territory
  • 201
    • BLAIR, MONTGOMERY—
      • Postmaster-general receives letter from General Carleton urging establishment of mail roads in Arizona
  • 17 et seq.
    • BLAKENEY, MAJ. THOMAS J.—
      • Mentioned in King Woolsey's report
  • 265
    • BOGGS, JOHN M.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
      • bridegroom in first wedding in Prescott
  • 211
    • BOUCHET, LUIS G.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • BOWER'S RANCH—
      • Mention of
  • 29
    • BRADSHAW, ISAAC—
      • Mention of
  • 89
    • BRADSHAW, WM. D.—
      • Defeated candidate for Delegate to Congress
  • 88
      • biography of
  • 88 89
      • First Territorial Legislature gives right for ferry across Colorado and fixes charges
  • 135
    • BRICHTA, AUGUSTUS—
      • Member and historian of King Woolsey's second expedition against Indians
  • 273
    • BRINLEY, CHARLES H.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • BROOKS, HEZEKIAH—
      • Selected as Commissioner to lay out, appraise and dispose of lots in Prescott
  • 192
      • marries widow of Capt. Leib
  • 211
      • first Probate Judge in Yavapai County
  • 247
    • BROWN, SERGT. CHARLES—
      • Receives special mention for zeal, etc., in scout after Indians
  • 283
    • BROWN, C. O.—
      • Writes Gen. Carleton in relation to gold discoveries in Arizona
  • 14
    • BROWN, E. K.—
      • Mention of
  • 78
    • BROWN, “NIGGER”—
      • Mention of
  • 35
    • BROWNE, J. ROSS—
      • With James W. Taylor reports on mineral resources of Arizona and California
  • 2
      • description of Territory by
  • 203 et seq.
    • BURKE, JOHN P.—
      • One of owners of “Prescott House,”
  • 35 36
    • BURKE—
      • Under-sheriff, shoots A. G. Dunn
  • 36
      • mention of
  • 38
    • BURKETT, LIEUT.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 282
    • BURNS, CAPT. JAMES—
      • Captures boy, Mike Burns, Mohave-Apache, and raises him
  • 289
    • BURNS, MIKE—
      • (Mohave-Apache)—
      • The Indians' side of the question
  • 288 et seq.
      • captured by Capt. James Burns when young
  • 289
      • mentions Lieut. E. D. Thomas
  • 289
      • methods, customs, habits, etc
  • 290 et seq.
      • fights with soldiers
  • 292 et seq.
      • massacre of Indian Agent Leihy
  • 296
      • mention of Skull Valley fight
  • 297
      • mention of Pauline Weaver
  • 298
      • massacre of Yavapais
  • 298 et seq.
      • Pinole Treaty
  • 304 et seq.
      • Dela-cha, Apache chief, warns other Indians against going to meeting
  • 306
      • making bows and arrows
  • 311 et seq.
      • stealing soldiers' horses
  • 328 et seq.
      • fight with New Mexican volunteers
  • 329
      • killing of scout Willard Rice
  • 329
      • killing of Mike Burns' mother by soldiers
  • 330
      • killing of medicine man and breaking up of band of Cibicu Apaches
  • 336 et seq.
      • Mike Burns' first scout with the soldiers
  • 339 et seq.
      • fight of Delacha with Pimas
  • 350 et seq.
      • fight with soldiers between Reno and McDowell
  • 353 et seq.
    • BUTCHER, CAPT. JOHN H.—
      • Officer with escort of Gubernatorial Party
  • 68
    • BUTTERFIELD, WM.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • BUTTERWORTH, SAMUEL F.—
      • One of incorporators of Arizona Railway Company
  • 138
    • CALIFORNIA COLUMN—
      • Mentioned by Fred Hughes
  • 40
      • given opportunity by Genl. Carleton to make little money by prospecting
  • 153
    • CALKINS, JEROME B.—
      • Sheriff shoots A. G. Dunn
  • 37
    • CALL, ANSON—
      • Mormon after whom Callville was named
  • 252
    • CALLVILLE —
      • Town of, established
  • 145
      • description of
  • 252
    • CAMP CLARK—
      • Said to be first capital of Territory
  • 46
    • CAPITAL—
      • Camp Clark said to be first
  • 46
      • Fort Whipple
  • 72
      • fight on location in First Territorial Legislature
  • 118 et seq.
      • first capitol building erected in Prescott by Christy and Van Smith
  • 213
    • CAPRON, JOHN G.—
      • Mention of
  • 79
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
      • divorced by First Territorial Legislature
  • 131
    • CARLETON, GENL. JAMES H.—
      • Sends expedition into Arizona to investigate discoveries of gold
  • 3
      • his correspondence to Capt. Joseph Walker, and others
  • 4 et seq.
      • his optimistic views of value of discoveries
  • 16 et seq.
      • sends expedition into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31
      • sends expedition to locate Fort Whipple
  • 41
      • gives California Volunteers opportunity to make little money by prospecting
  • 153
    • CARSON, COL. C. (KIT)—
      • Report on Moqui Indians
  • 157 158
    • CARTER, JUDGE HARLEY T.—
      • Appointed to succeed Judge John P. Allyn, resigned
  • 246
    • CHACON, CAPTAIN—
      • Officer with escort of Gubernatorial Party
  • 68
    • CHASE, SALMON P.—
      • Receives letter from General Carleton regarding mineral resources of Arizona
  • 21 et seq.
    • CHAVES, LIEUT. COL. FRANCISCO—
      • In command of escort of Gubernatorial Party from Albuquerque to Fort Whipple
  • 68
    • CHRISTIE, F. G.—
      • Clerk of first Probate Court in Yavapai County
  • 247
    • CIBICU APACHES—
      • Breaking up of band of
  • 336 et seq.
    • CLARK, C.—
      • With George Lount establishes first sawmill in vicinity of Prescott
  • 216
    • CLARK, JOHN H.—
      • Surveyor-General of New Mexico, accompanies expedition sent into Arizona by Genl. Carleton to investigate discoveries of gold
  • 3
      • his instructions from Genl. Carleton
  • 7 et seq.
      • reports to General Carleton on
  • 20-26
    • CLARK, LIEUT. PETER F.—
      • Officer with escort of Gubernatorial Party
  • 68
    • CLINTON & BAXTER—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • COLLIER, COL. JAMES—
      • Collector of Port of San Francisco, his opinion of Arizona
  • 1
    • COLLINS, JACK—
      • Mention of
  • 44
    • COLORADO RIVER—
      • Navigation of, mention by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 114
      • report of Committee of First Territorial Legislature on navigability of
  • 119
      • Congress memorialized by First Territorial Legislature for appropriation for improvement of navigation of
  • 143
      • navigation of mentioned in Governor's message
  • 152
    • CONGRESS—
      • Memorialized by First Territorial Legislature to increase pay of Territorial Officials and members of Legislature
  • 141 142
      • for appropriation for placing Indians on reservation
  • 142 143
      • for appropriation for improvement of navigation of Colorado River
  • 143
      • failure of to act on memorials
  • 144 145
    • COOK & BOWERS—
      • Owners of one of first clothing-houses in Prescott
  • 213
    • COOLER, GEORGE—
      • Mention of
  • 38
    • COSGROVE, JOSEPH—
      • Early settler killed in first attack of Indians in vicinity of Prescott
  • 199
    • COUES, DR. ELLIOTT—
      • Post surgeon at Fort Whipple, mention of
  • 37
      • divorced by First Territorial Legislature
  • 131
    • COULTER, GENERAL—
      • Member of Walker Party
  • 29
    • COULTER, GEO.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • COUNTIES—
      • Territory divided into four counties
  • 93
      • mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 101
    • COURTS—
      • First term held in Tucson
  • 246
      • First term in Prescott
  • 246
      • Probate Court of Yavapai County organized
  • 247
      • first session of Supreme Court
  • 247
    • CROOK, GENL. GEORGE—
      • Mention of
  • 145
    • CURTIS, WILBUR—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • CUTLER, ASST. ADJT. GENL. BEN C.—
      • Report covering operations of military in 1864, in Arizona
  • 285 et seq.
    • DAVIS, LIEUT. COL. NELSON H.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 282
    • DELA-CHA—
      • Apache chief, stories of by Mike Burns
  • 306 et seq.
    • DELEGATE TO CONGRESS—
      • Governor Goodwin issues proclamation ordering election for
  • 75 et seq.
      • Charles D. Poston elected
  • 87 88
      • instructed by legislature to secure arms and mail routes from Government
  • 122 123
      • Poston's activities in Congress on behalf of the Territory
  • 153 et seq.
    • DICKSON, JOHN H.—
      • Marries Mary J. Ehle, reported first marriage in Prescott
  • 211
    • DODSON, BERRY—
      • Mention of
  • 34
    • DORMAN, CHAS. M.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
      • one of three appointed to appraise lots in Prescott
  • 193
    • DOWLIN, LIEUT. PAUL—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 285
    • DRAKE, SIR FRANCIS—
      • Mention of
  • 2
    • DUNN, A. G.—
      • Most dangerous man in Prescott
  • 36 37
      • shot down by Under-sheriff Burke and Sheriff Calkins
  • 36 37
      • recovery of
  • 38
    • DUNN, JOHN C.—
      • Sergeant-at-arms of House of Representatives of First Legislature
  • 94
    • DUNNE, PATRICK H.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
    • EDUCATION (see, also, “SCHOOLS”)—
      • Report of Committee on, of First Territorial Legislature
  • 123 124
    • EHLE, JOSEPH—
      • One of first to locate in Prescott
  • 207
      • biography of
  • 207
      • biography of wife
  • 207
      • death notice of Joseph Ehle, oldest Mason in world
  • 207 208
      • funeral notice
  • 210
    • EHLE, MARY J.—
      • Marries John H. Dickson, reported first marriage in Prescott
  • 211
    • EHRENBERG—
      • First name Mineral City, establishment of
  • 152
      • ferry established at
  • 153
    • EHRENBERG, HERMAN—
      • Mention of
  • 153
    • ELECTIONS—
      • First in Territory
  • 87
    • ELIAS, JESUS M.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • EXPEDITIONS—
      • A. F. Banta's story of expeditions into Arizona
  • 26 et seq.
      • Fred G. Hughes' story of expeditions
  • 40 et seq.
    • FARRINGTON, R. E.—
      • Mention of
  • 33
    • FERGUSON, SERGT. B. F.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 284
    • FERRIES—
      • First Territorial Legislature grants right for ferry across Colorado to Wm. D. Bradshaw and fixes charges
  • 135
      • establishment of one at Hardyville
  • 152
      • establishment of one at Ehrenburg
  • 153
    • FINE JIM—
      • Mention of
  • 34
    • FISH, JOSEPH—
      • Description of Prescott in early days
  • 214 215
    • FLEURY, HENRY W.—
      • Chaplain of First Legislature
  • 94 95
      • Appointed Private Secretary to Governor
  • 116
      • Occupant of “Gubernatorial Mansion,”
  • 202
    • FORBES—
      • Early resident of Prescott
  • 192
    • FORT MISERY—
      • Name of building first occupied as store by Manuel Yesera at Prescott
  • 196
      • survey of town started from
  • 206
      • occupied by Judge Howard
  • 206
      • first court held in
  • 206
    • FORT WHIPPLE—
      • Establishment of
  • 31
      • removal of
  • 32
      • old site named Camp Clark
  • 32
      • arrival of Gubernatorial Party at
  • 65
    • FOURR, WILLIAM—
      • Relates one of Woolsey's fights with Indians, and his contempt for military
  • 278 et seq.
    • FRANKLIN, C. A.—
      • Mention of
  • 34
    • FRENCH, CAPTAIN A. H.—
      • Mentioned by Genl. Carleton in correspondence
  • 13 14
    • FRENCH, CHIEF JUSTICE—
      • Owner of “Gubernatorial Mansion,”
  • 202
    • GAGE, ALMON—
      • Secretary of Council of First Legislature
  • 94
    • GARVIN, Dr. JAMES—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
      • first Alcalde or Justice of the Peace in Prescott
  • 197
    • GENUNG, CHARLES B.—
      • First administrator appointed by Probate Court of Yavapai County
  • 247
    • GILES, JAMES S.—
      • Mention of
  • 33
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • GIMLETVILLE—
      • First named “Goodwin,”
  • 35 205
    • GOLDWATER, J. & BRO.—
      • Occupy building on first lot sold in town of Prescott
  • 193
    • GOODHUE, GEORGE—
      • Killed by Indians
  • 32 256
    • GOODWIN—
      • Town of
  • 32
      • afterward called “Gimletville,”
  • 205
    • GOODWIN, GOVERNOR JOHN N.—
      • Arrival at Fort Whipple
  • 31
      • selects town site, naming it Prescott
  • 31 32
      • locates capital
  • 41
      • with party reaches Navajo Springs and formally organizes Territory
  • 69
      • makes swing around the circle
  • 71
      • issues proclamation organizing municipality of Tucson
  • 71
      • issues proclamation organizing Judicial Districts and assigning Judges thereto
  • 72 et seq.
      • issues proclamation ordering election for Delegate to Congress and Members of Legislative Assembly and specifying Election Districts
  • 75 et seq.
      • message to First Territorial Legislature
  • 95 et seq.
      • veto of memorial to Secretary of War
  • 124 et seq.
      • farewell message to First Territorial Legislature
  • 127 et seq.
      • one of incorporators of Arizona Railway Company
  • 138 139
      • biography of
  • 187
      • makes personal tour of Territory
  • 188
      • selects Prescott as capital
  • 188
      • incorporates town of Tucson by proclamation
  • 188
      • appoints King S. Woolsey Colonel of Militia
  • 189
      • appoints John T. Alsap Treasurer of Territory
  • 189
      • appoints King S. Woolsey aide on staff
  • 258
    • GOVERNOR—
      • See “Goodwin, John N.”
    • GOVERNOR'S MANSION—
      • First public building in Territory, erected at Prescott
  • 199
      • description of
  • 199 et seq.
    • GRANT—
      • Carries first mail to Prescott
  • 36
    • GREENBACKS—
      • At discount
  • 35
    • GROOM, ROBERT W.—
      • Reports rich gold discoveries to General Carleton
  • 4
      • employed as guide to expedition into Arizona to investigate discoveries of gold
  • 7 et seq.
      • story of by A. F. Banta
  • 28
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
      • presides at meeting to select town site of Prescott etc.
  • 192
      • selected as commissioner to lay out, and appraise lots
  • 192
      • with Van C. Smith lays out and surveys town site
  • 207
    • GUBERNATORIAL PARTY—
      • Leave Fort Larned, Nebraska
  • 47
      • letters of Jonathan Richmond, one of party
  • 47 et seq.
      • get newspaper containing report of gold fields by Capt. Pishon
  • 53
      • arrive at Navajo Springs and formally organize Territory
  • 65
      • arrive at Fort Whipple
  • 65
      • personnel of
  • 68
      • escort of
  • 68
      • route
  • 68
      • reach Navajo Springs
  • 69
      • speech of Secretary McCormick
  • 69 70
      • proclamation of Governor
  • 70
      • officials take oaths of office
  • 70
    • HALSTEAD, JAMES A.—
      • One of three appointed to appraise lots in Prescott
  • 193
    • HAND, T. E.—
      • First editor of Arizona Miner
  • 31 46
      • his death
  • 194
    • HARDY, CAPT. W. H.—
      • Establishes ferry, toll road and store at Hardyville
  • 152
      • mention of
  • 253
    • HARDYVILLE—
      • Ferry, toll road and store established at by W. H. Hardy
  • 152
      • mention of
  • 253
    • HARGRAVE, CAPT.—
      • One of officers with expedition sent into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31
    • HARGRAVE, JOHN P—
      • One of first lawyers in Prescott
  • 249
    • HARTS, GREGORY P.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • HAYDEN, CHARLES T.—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • HENDERSON, D. & CO.—
      • Owners of one of first stores in Prescott
  • 213
    • HENSON—
      • Shoots and kills Apache
  • 33 35
    • HIGGINS, NORMAN S.—
      • Mention of
  • 79
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • HINTON, FRANCIS—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • HISTORICAL SOCIETY—
      • Incorporated by First Territorial Legislature
  • 135
    • HITCHCOCK—
      • Pioneer merchant of Prescott
  • 213
    • HODGES, TOM—
      • Opens first well-regulated saloon in Prescott
  • 196
    • HOLADAY, G. M.—
      • Mention of
  • 78
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • HOLLISTER—
      • One of owners of “Prescott House,”
  • 36
    • HOOPER, GEO. F. & CO.—
      • Mention of
  • 78
    • HOOPER, CAPT. WILLIAM B.—
      • Mention of
  • 252
    • HOPKINS, D. G. W.—
      • Mining man, mention of
  • 228 234
    • HOPKINS, GILBERT W.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • HORNER, CHARLES—
      • Early business man of Yuma
  • 252
    • HOWARD, JUDGE—
      • One of two first lawyers in Prescott
  • 213 249
    • HOWELL, B. F.—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • HOWELL CODE—
      • Adopted by First Legislature
  • 92
      • divides Territory into four counties
  • 93
      • mention of
  • 117
    • HOWELL, JUDGE W. T.—
      • One of first three Judges of Territory, assigned to First Judicial District
  • 74
      • appointed commissioner to draw up code for Territory and submits same
  • 117
      • receives $2,500.00 for drafting Howell Code
  • 141
      • letters to W. A. Richmond concerning turning in Arizona
  • 148 et seq.
      • resigns as Judge
  • 246
    • HUALAPAIS—
      • Treaty made with by expedition sent to establish Fort Whipple
  • 45
      • through mistake escort of Gubernatorial Party attack Hualapais
  • 46
    • HUGHES, FRED G.—
      • Story of military expeditions to gold fields
  • 40
    • INDIAN RESERVATIONS—
      • Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 113
      • provided by Congress but no appropriation made for
  • 144
      • report of A. F. Waldemar on Colorado River reservation
  • 168 et seq.
      • opposed by War Department
  • 184 185
      • set aside by Congress
  • 186
    • INDIANS—
      • Kill George Goodhue
  • 32
      • Navajos attack and rob expedition sent to establish Fort Whipple
  • 43
      • Hualapais make treaty with expedition
  • 45
      • through mistake escort of Gubernatorial Party attack Hualapais
  • 46
      • fight between members of Gubernatorial Party and Tonto Apaches
  • 67
      • mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 111 et seq.
      • expeditions against hostiles
  • 113
      • Congress memorialized for appropriation to put Indians on reservation
  • 142 143
      • Moquis mentioned by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 157
      • report on Moquis by Kit Carson
  • 157 158
      • description of Apaches by C. D. Poston
  • 159
      • mention by C. D. Poston of limas and Maricopas
  • 160
      • mention by C. D. Poston of Papagoes
  • 161 162
      • Indians of the Colorado, Yumas, Mohaves, Yavapais, Hualapais and Chemihuevis, number of
  • 163
      • attack wagon train of Solomon Warner
  • 237
      • killing of first in Yavapai County
  • 253
      • murders and raids by
  • 254 et seq.
      • official report of expedition by King S. Woolsey, against
  • 258 et seq.
      • kill J. W. Beauchamp
  • 267
      • report of King S. Woolsey's second expedition against
  • 273 et seq.
      • official military reports of Indian fights
  • 281 et seq.
      • "The Indians' Side of the Question by Mike Burns, Mohave-Apache
  • 288 et seq.
    • INDIAN SERVICE—
      • Appropriation by 38th Congress for
  • 186
    • JACKSON, CALIFORNIA—
      • Mention of
  • 206
    • JACKSON, HENRY D.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
      • dies during session
  • 118
    • JACKSON—
      • Owner of restaurant at Gimletville
  • 35
    • JACKSON—
      • Runs boarding-house in Prescott in opposition to “Virgin Mary,”
  • 212
    • JAYCOX, HENRY—
      • Member of King Woolsey's expedition against Apaches
  • 261
    • JENKS, LOREN—
      • Had first hay contract for Fort Whipple
  • 33
    • JESUITS—
      • Return of to San Xavier del Bac
  • 162
    • JOHNSON, “HOG”—
      • Has horse and deer stolen by Indians
  • 255
      • killed by Mohave-Apaches
  • 255
    • JOHNSON, H. S.—
      • Publisher of Rio Abajo Press
  • 29
    • JOHNSON, LIEUT.—
      • Mention of
  • 29
    • JOHNSON, “POKER”—
      • Takes subcontract for hay for Fort Whipple
  • 33
    • JONES, G. W.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • JONES, SAMUEL J.—
      • Mentioned in correspondence by Genl. Carleton
  • 14
    • JONES, W. CLAUDE—
      • Speaker of House of Representatives of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90 94
      • mention of
  • 92
      • farewell address to First Territorial Legislature
  • 129 et seq.
      • one of first two lawyers in Tucson
  • 249
    • JOSE VICTORIANA SOLORSE—
      • Chief of Papagoes
  • 162
    • JUDICIAL DISTRICTS—
      • Organized by proclamation by Governor Goodwin
  • 74
      • mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 101
    • JUNIPER HOUSE—
      • First hotel and restaurant in town of Prescott
  • 195
    • LARKIN—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • LAUGHLAN, JOHN—
      • Owner of first boot and shoe shop in Prescott
  • 213
    • LAWYERS—
      • First lawyers in Prescott, Coles Bashford and Judge Howard
  • 213
    • LEGAL—
      • Howell Code adopted by First Legislature
  • 92 117
      • legislature provides for printing laws
  • 136 137
      • Judge Howell resigns, Henry T. Backus appointed to succeed him
  • 246
      • Judge Allyn resigns, Harley H. Carter appointed to succeed him
  • 246
      • Chief Justice Turner resigns, John Titus appointed to succeed him
  • 246
      • Hezekiah Brooks, first Probate Judge in Yavapai County
  • 247
      • F. G. Christie, Clerk, and Van C. Smith, Sheriff
  • 247
      • little attention given to records of Courts
  • 248 249
    • LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—
      • Governor Goodwin issues proclamation ordering election for members of
  • 75 et seq.
      • members of First
  • 89 90
      • adopts Howell Code
  • 92
      • Territory divided into four counties
  • 93
      • convening of first
  • 94
      • officials of
  • 94
      • Governor's message
  • 95 et seq.
      • Howell Code
  • 117
      • resignation of Jose M. Redondo
  • 117
      • death of Henry D. Jackson
  • 118
      • fight on location of capital
  • 118 et seq.
      • report of committee on navigability of Colorado River
  • 119 et seq.
      • joint resolution instructing Delegate Poston to secure arms from Government, also establishment of mail routes
  • 122 123
      • report of committee on education
  • 123 124
      • memorial to Secretary of War only measure vetoed by Governor
  • 124 et seq.
      • farewell message of Governor to First Territorial Legislature
  • 127 et seq.
      • farewell address of Speaker W. Claude Jones
  • 129 et seq.
      • divorces John G. Capron
  • 131
      • divorces Dr. Elliott Coues
  • 131
      • establishes Country Road
  • 132
      • incorporates Toll Roads
  • 132 et seq.
      • grants right for ferry across Colorado to Wm. D. Bradshaw
  • 135
      • incorporates Arizona Historical Society
  • 135
      • makes appropriations for schools
  • 135 136
      • provides for publication of laws
  • 136 137
      • creates seal for Territory
  • 137
      • incorporates Arizona Railway Company
  • 138 139
      • first Appropriation Bill
  • 140 et seq.
      • memorializes Congress to increase pay of officials and members of Legislature
  • 141 142
      • memorializes Congress for appropriation for placing Indians on Reservation
  • 142 143
      • memorializes Congress for appropriation for improvement of navigation of Colorado River
  • 143
      • first convened at Prescott
  • 198
      • passes resolution of thanks to King S. Woolsey for services against Indians
  • 277
    • LEIB, CHARLES—
      • Defeated candidate for Delegate to Congress
  • 88
      • biography of
  • 88
    • LEIHY, GEORGE W.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
      • killing of by Indians
  • 296
    • LEON, FRANCISCO S.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
    • LEWIS, M.—
      • Member of King Woolsey's expedition against Indians
  • 259
    • LIBRARY—
      • Commencement of Territorial and State
  • 250
    • LIEB, DR. AND WIFE—
      • Accompany expedition sent into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31 211
      • widow afterward marries Judge Hezekiah Brooks
  • 211
    • LINCOLN, PRESIDENT—
      • News of assassination of
  • 39
    • LOUNT, GEORGE—
      • With C. Clark, establishes first sawmill in vicinity of Prescott
  • 216
    • LOUNT PARTY—
      • Arrival of
  • 210
    • LOW, F. F.—
      • Mention of
  • 146
    • McCANNON, J.—
      • Member of King Woolsey's expedition against Apaches
  • 266
    • McCLAVE, MAJOR.—
      • With King Woolsey in fight against Indians
  • 278 et seq.
    • McCORMICK R. C.—
      • Secretary of Territory brings small printing press to territory
  • 31 46
      • his speech at Navajo Springs
  • 69 70
      • designs and brings temporary seal to territory
  • 138
      • one of incorporators of Arizona Railway Company
  • 138 139
      • pays highest price for lot in Prescott
  • 207
      • furnishes supplies for King Woolsey's expedition against Indians
  • 273
    • McCORMICK, MRS. R. C.—
      • Wife of Secretary of Territory, arrives in Territory
  • 211
      • dies in childbirth
  • 211
    • McCRACKIN, JACKSON—
      • Mention of
  • 80
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • McMAHAN—
      • Assayer, mention of
  • 36
    • McWARD, H.—
      • Deputy Collector at Tucson
  • 236
    • MAILS AND MAIL ROUTES—
      • First mail from La Paz to Prescott
  • 36
      • mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 110
    • MALRON, ALEX.—
      • Opens first day school in Prescott
  • 197
    • MARICOPAS—
      • Mention of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 160
    • MARTIN, GEORGE—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • MASON, CHARLEY—
      • Mention of
  • 32
    • MENASSEE, HERMAN—
      • Mention of
  • 206
    • MESSAGES—
      • Governor's message to First Territorial Legislature
  • 95 et seq.
      • peonage
  • 98
      • judicial districts
  • 101
      • counties
  • 101
      • revenue
  • 102
      • mines and mining
  • 103 106
      • militia
  • 104
      • schools
  • 104
      • railroads
  • 109
      • mail routes
  • 110
      • Indians
  • 111 et seq.
      • Indian reservations
  • 113
      • expeditions against hostile Indians
  • 113
      • navigation of Colorado
  • 114
      • agriculture and climate
  • 114
      • farewell message of Governor Goodwin to First Territorial Legislature
  • 127 et seq.
    • MILITARY—
      • General Carleton sends expedition into Arizona to investigate gold discoveries
  • 3
      • sends another to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31
      • establish Fort Whipple
  • 31
      • result of withdrawal of
  • 217
      • official reports of Indian fights
  • 281 et seq.
      • report of Asst. Adjt. Genl. Ben C. Cutler
  • 285 et seq.
    • MILITIA—
      • Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 104
    • MILLER, S. C. (SAM)—
      • Ranch of mentioned
  • 32
      • with J. T. Alsap and Con Moore attacked by Apaches
  • 255
    • MINERAL CITY—
      • Afterward Ehrenberg, establishment of
  • 153
    • MINES AND MINING—
      • Report of J. Ross Browne and James W. Taylor on mineral resources of Arizona and California
  • 2 et seq.
      • general opinions of
  • 2 et seq.
      • report of Capt. Pishon on gold discoveries
  • 53
      • mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 103 106
      • attempt by Congress to take over mines of Arizona and Colorado, Sylvester Mowry's protest against
  • 146 147
      • letters of W. T. Howell concerning
  • 148 et seq.
      • descriptions of in letters of Jonathan Richmond
  • 218 et seq.
      • his estimate of opening a mine
  • 238
    • MISSIONS—
      • Mention of St. Pierre, St. Paul, St. Matthias, San Xavier del Bac and Santiago
  • 227
    • MOHAVE COUNTY—
      • Established by First Legislature
  • 93
    • MONTEZUMA—
      • Original building erected in Prescott
  • 213
    • MOORE, CON—
      • With J. T. Alsap and S. C. Miller, attacked by Apaches
  • 255
    • MOORE, JAMES A.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • MOQUIS—
      • Mentioned by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 157
      • report on by Kit Carson
  • 157 158
    • MORMONS—
      • Establish town of Callville
  • 252
    • MOWRY, SYLVESTER—
      • Protests against attempt of Congress to take over mines of Arizona and Colorado
  • 146 147
      • mention of
  • 227
    • MURRAY, WILLIAM R.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • NANNELITY—
      • Navajo chief, mention of
  • 42
    • NAVAJOS—
      • Attack and rob expedition sent to establish Fort Whipple
  • 43
    • NAVAJO SPRINGS—
      • Arrival of Gubernatorial Party at and formal organization of Territory
  • 65 69
    • NELSON, LIEUT.—
      • One of officers with expedition sent into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31
    • NOYES, E. S.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • OLD FORT MISERY—
      • First boarding-house for miners in Prescott, run by “Virgin Mary,”
  • 212
    • ORGANIC ACT—
      • Text of
  • 85 et seq.
    • ORGANIZATION OF TERRITORY—
      • Mention of
  • 41
    • OSBORN, JOHN B.—
      • Messenger of House of Representatives of First Legislature
  • 94
    • OSBORN, J. P. AND FAMILY—
      • Early arrivals in Prescott
  • 211
    • OSBORN, NERI—
      • Messenger of Council of First Legislature
  • 94
    • OSBORN, WILLIAM J.—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • OTT, CHARLEY—
      • Mention of
  • 37
    • OWENS, J. A.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • PAPAGOES—
      • Mention of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 161
    • PATTIE, SYLVESTER AND JAMES—
      • Mentioned by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 178
    • PECK, ED—
      • Member of King Woolsey's expedition against the Indians
  • 275
    • PEONAGE—
      • Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 98
    • PFEIFFER, CAPT. ALBERT H.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 284
    • PHILLIPS, CHARLES A.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • PHILIPS, MAJOR JAMES A.—
      • In command of escort of Gubernatorial Party to Fort Union
  • 68
    • PIMA COUNTY—
      • Established by First Legislature
  • 93
    • PIMAS—
      • Mention of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 160
    • PINOLE TREATY—
      • Description of by Mike Burns
  • 304 et seq.
    • PISHON, CAPT. NATHANIEL J.—
      • Commands expedition sent into Arizona by Genl. Carleton to investigate discoveries of gold
  • 3
      • his instructions
  • 6 7
      • reports to General Carleton
  • 26
      • accom panies expedition into Arizona to establish military post at gold diggings
  • 31
      • his report on gold fields
  • 53
      • report on country
  • 53 54
    • POMEROY, LIEUT.—
      • One of officers with expedition sent into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31
    • POPULATION—
  • 251
    • POSTON, CHAS. D.—
      • Elected First Delegate to Congress
  • 87 88
      • activities on behalf of Territory
  • 153 et seq.
      • speech in Congress
  • 156 et seq.
    • POST ROADS—
      • Established by 38th Congress
  • 185
    • PRESCOTT—
      • Town site selected and named by Governor Goodwin
  • 31 32
      • surveyed by Van C. Smith and R. W. Groom
  • 31
      • receves first mail from La Paz
  • 36
      • “Parson” Williams first post-master
  • 36
      • selected as Captial by Governor Goodwin
  • 188
      • description and early days of
  • 189 et seq.
      • naming of
  • 192
      • names of streets in
  • 193
      • sale of lots in
  • 193
      • first hotel and restaurant
  • 195 196
      • first store
  • 196
      • first well-regulated saloon
  • 196
      • first Sunday-school
  • 196
      • first day school
  • 197
      • first Alcalde or Justice of the Peace
  • 197
      • first Legislature convened at
  • 198
      • first election
  • 199
      • first public building
  • 199
      • first marriage in
  • 211
      • first child born in
  • 212
      • first clergyman
  • 212
      • first ball
  • 212
      • firstboarding-house
  • 212
      • description of by Genl. Rusling
  • 214
      • description of by Joseph Fish
  • 215
      • first saloon opened by J. T. Alsap and John Roundtree
  • 215
      • first sawmill in vicinity of established by George Lount and C. Clark
  • 216
    • PRICES—
      • Of provisions, etc.
  • 223 228
    • PRINTING PRESS—
      • Brought to Territory by Secretary McCormick and used for printing “Arizona Miner,”
  • 31 46 93
    • PROCLAMATIONS—
      • By Governor Goodwin organizing Territory
  • 70
      • organizing municipality of Tucson
  • 71
      • organizing Judicial Districts and assigning Judges thereto
  • 72 et seq.
      • ordering election for Delegate to Congress and members of Legislative Assembly, and specifying election districts
  • 75 et seq.
    • PULTENEY, ELY—
      • Mention of
  • 34
    • RAILROADS—
      • Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 109
      • Arizona Railway Company incorporated by First Territorial Legislature
  • 138 139
    • RALSTIN, CLAYTON M.—
      • Assistant Clerk of House of Representatives of First Legislature
  • 94
    • READ. REV. H. W.—
      • Organizes first Sunday-school in Prescott
  • 196
    • REDONDO, JOSE M.—
      • Elected to First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
      • resigns account not being citizen
  • 117
    • REVENUE—
      • Mention by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 102
    • RICE, CAPT. DANIEL—
      • Officer with escort of Gubernatorial Party
  • 68
    • RICE, WILLARD—
      • Killing of by Indians
  • 329
    • RICHARDSON, STEVE—
      • Builder of home of “Arizona Miner,”
  • 206
    • RICHMOND, JONATHAN—
      • Member of Gubernatorial Party
  • 47 et seq.
      • his letters describing journey of party
  • 47 et seq.
      • his letters describing conditions in the Territory
  • 218 et seq.
      • his estimate of cost of opening a mine
  • 238
      • returns East
  • 246
    • RIGG, COLONEL EDWIN A.—
      • Instructions to from Genl. Carleton in relation to expedition into Arizona to investigate gold discoveries
  • 10 11
      • mention of in King Woolsey's report
  • 265
    • ROUNDTREE, JOHN—
      • With John T. Alsap opens first saloon in Prescott
  • 215
    • ROWELL, C. W. C.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • RUSLING, GENL.—
      • Describes Prescott in early days
  • 214
    • RYKMAN—
      • Killed by Indians
  • 256
    • ST. JAMES—
      • Mention of
  • 219
    • SANDERS, JULIUS—
      • First family to arrive in Prescott
  • 211
    • SAN XAVIER DEL BAC—
      • Mention of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 162
      • return of Jesuits to
  • 162
    • SCOL, WILLIAM F.—
      • One of three appointed to appraise lots in Prescott
  • 193
    • SCHOOLS (see, also, “EDUCATION”)—
      • Existing
  • 93
      • mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message
  • 104
      • appropriations for made by First Territorial Legislature
  • 135 136
    • SEAL OF TERRITORY—
      • Created by First Territorial Legislature
  • 137
      • temporary seal designed and brought to Territory by Secretary McCormick
  • 138
    • SEELEY, DR. T. P.—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • SHAW, CAPT. JULIUS C.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 283
    • SHELDON, JAMES G.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • SHELDON, SMITH & FORBES—
      • Early residents of Prescott
  • 192
    • SHERMAN, GENL. W. T.—
      • His opinion of Arizona
  • 1
    • SIMMONS, JOHN—
      • Early arrival in Prescott
  • 211
    • SIMMONS, MOLLY—
      • First child born in Prescott
  • 212
    • SMILEY, DAVE and SAM—
      • Mention of
  • 34
    • SMITH, CARLOS—
      • Sergeant-at-arms of Council of First Legislature
  • 94
    • SMITH, MAJ. JOSEPH—
      • Mentioned in report of King S. Woolsey
  • 270
    • SMITH, JOS. H.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • SMITH, VAN C.—
      • Selected as Commissioner to lay out, appraise and dispose of lots in Prescott
  • 192
      • with R. W. Groom lays out and surveys town site
  • 207
      • first Sheriff of Yavapai County
  • 247
    • SMITH—
      • Early resident of Prescott
  • 192
    • SNIVELY, J.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • STAPLES, MAJOR—
      • Mention of
  • 38 39
    • STEVENS. DANIEL—
      • With family, early arrival in Prescott
  • 211
    • STEVENS, LIEUT. HENRY H.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 282
    • STEVENS, LEWIS A.—
      • Early arrival in Prescott
  • 211
    • STEVENS, V. A.—
      • Mention of
  • 213
    • STEWART, T. SCOTT—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • STICKNEY, DANIEL H.—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • SUGAR-FOOT JACK—
      • His record and fight with Indians
  • 32
    • SUMNER, COL.—
      • Advises Government to turn Arizona over to Indians
  • 1
    • SWEETNER, CLARK—
      • Mention of
  • 79
    • SWILLING, JACK—
      • Mentioned by General Carleton in correspondence
  • 12
    • TAYLOR, LIEUT. GRIFF—
      • Sent to relieve expedition sent to establish Fort Whipple
  • 44
    • TAYLOR, JAMES W.—
      • With J. Ross Browne reports on mineral resources of Arizona and California
  • 2
    • TERRITORIAL OFFICIALS—
      • Arrive at Fort Whipple
  • 31
    • THAYER, CAPT. JOHN S.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 284 285
    • THOMAS, LIEUT. E. D.—
      • Mentioned by Mike Burns
  • 289
    • THOMAS, BRIGADIER—-GENERAL LORENZO—
      • Letter to from Genl. Carleton in relation to gold discoveries in Arizona
  • 11 et seq.
    • THOMPSON, CAPT. JOHN—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 285
    • THOMPSON, WM.—
      • Came to Territory as Deputy Postmaster
  • 218
    • TIDBALL, CAPT. T. T.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 283
    • TITUS, JUDGE JOHN—
      • Appointed to succeed Chief Justice Turner, resigned
  • 246
    • TOLL ROADS—
      • Several incorporated by First Territorial Legislature
  • 132 et seq.
      • charges on
  • 133 134
    • TONTO APACHES—
      • Members of Gubernatorial Party fight with
  • 67
    • TUCSON—
      • Organization of municipality of by Governor Goodwin by proclamation
  • 71 188
    • TURNER, CHIEF JUSTICE WILLIAM F.—
      • One of first three Judges of Territory, assigned to Third Judicial District
  • 74
      • resigns
  • 246
    • TUTTLE, EDWARD D.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • VETO—
      • Only measure of first Territorial Legislature vetoed by Governor Goodwin
  • 124 et seq.
    • “VIRGIN MARY”—
      • Owner of restaurant at Gimletville
  • 35
      • runs first boarding-house for miners in Prescott
  • 212
      • named “Old Fort Misery,”
  • 212
    • WALDEMAR, A. F.—
      • Makes report on Colorado River Indian Reservation
  • 168
    • WALKER, CAPT. JOSEPH—
      • Letter to from Genl. Carleton on subject of gold discoveries in Arizona
  • 4 et seq.
      • story of by A. F. Banta
  • 26 et seq.
      • mention of
  • 40
      • mention of
  • 206
    • WALKER, J. D.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • WALKER PARTY—
      • Mention of
  • 3 26 et seq.
      • according to A. F. Banta, composed of Southern sympathizers
  • 29 30
      • according to D. E. Conner, about equally divided between North and South
  • 39
      • mention of
  • 40
    • WALTER, WILLIAM—
      • Member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 90
    • WAR DEPARTMENT—
      • Opposes efforts of C. D. Poston to secure military post and Indian Reservation
  • 184 185
    • WARNER, SOLOMON—
      • Has wagon train attacked
  • 237
    • WASHBURN, CHARLEY—
      • Mention of
  • 34
    • WEATHERBEE, A.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • WEAVER, PAULINE—
      • Mention of
  • 29
      • death of
  • 30
      • mentioned by Delegate Poston in speech in Congress
  • 179
      • mention of by Mike Burns
  • 298
    • WELLS, EDMUND W.—
      • Assistant Secretary of Council of First Legislature
  • 94
      • address on early days of Prescott
  • 191 et seq.
    • WERRINGER, W. A.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • WHITE, A. M.—
      • Mention of
  • 78
    • WHITE, DAN—
      • Mention of
  • 34
    • WHITLOCK, CAPT. JAMES H.—
      • In fight with Indians
  • 281
    • WILLIAMS, “PARSON”—
      • First postmaster at Prescott
  • 36
    • WILLIS, MAJOR EDWARD B.—
      • In command of expedition sent into Arizona to establish post at gold diggings
  • 31
      • in fight with Indians
  • 281
    • WOOLSEY, KING S.—
      • Writes Genl. Carleton in relation to gold discoveries in Arizona
  • 14
      • mention of
  • 29
      • member of First Legislative Assembly
  • 89
      • mention of activities against Indians by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress
  • 159
      • appointed colonel of militia by Governor Goodwin
  • 189
      • official report of first expedition against Apaches
  • 258 et seq.
      • appointed Aide on Governor's staff
  • 258
      • report of second expedition against Apaches
  • 273 et seq.
      • first Territorial Legislature passes resolution thanking for services
  • 277 278
      • his contempt for the military
  • 278 et seq.
    • WORMSER, MICHAEL—
      • Erects first building on plaza at Prescott
  • 213
    • WRIGHT, GENL.—
      • Mention of
  • 146
    • WRIGHTSON, WILLIAM—
      • Mining man, mention of
  • 233 234
    • YAVAPAI COUNTY—
      • Established by First Legislature
  • 93
    • YERKES, THOS. M.—
      • Mention of
  • 80
    • YESERA, MANUEL—
      • Opened first store in Prescott
  • 196
    • YUMA—
      • Description of
  • 251 252
    • YUMA COUNTY—
      • Established by First Legislature
  • 93
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