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  • ADAMS, HON. SAMUEL—
      • Resolution of thanks to by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 161
      • defeated candidate for delegate to Congress
  • 164
    • ALDRICH, MARK—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
      • elected President of Council
  • 184
      • early settler on lower San Pedro
  • 247
    • ALLEN, JOHN B.—
      • In possession of Maricopa Wells
  • 266
    • ALLEN, GEN. J. B.—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • ALLEN, RE—
      • Mention of
  • 51
    • ALLYN, JUDGE JOSEPH P.—
      • Defeated candidate for Delegate to Congress
  • 148
    • ALSAP, JOHN T.—
      • As First Territorial Treasurer, makes report
  • 163
    • APACHES—
      • Only Indians hostile to whites
  • 22
    • ARCHIBALD, JOHN H.—
      • Early settler on lower San Pedro
  • 247
      • mention of
  • 305
    • ARIZONA VOLUNTEERS—
      • Organization of, activities against hostile Indians
  • 93 et seq.
      • Congress refuses to legislate to keep companies in existence
  • 181
      • Third Legislature passes resolution of thanks to
  • 192 193
    • ARMSTRONG, JACK—
      • Death of
  • 38
    • ASHLEY, ALBERT—
      • Assistant to W. H. Pierce, Deputy Surveyor
  • 304
    • ATCHISON, CAPT. CHARLES—
      • In command of California Volunteers at Fort Mohave
  • 74
    • ATLANTIC & PACIFIC RAILROAD—
      • Congress passes act granting lands to aid in construction of
  • 199 200
      • makes regulations, etc
  • 199 200
    • ATTORNEY-GENERAL—
      • Office abolished by Third Territorial Legislature
  • 185
      • authorized to settle with W. S. Oury for arms, etc., belonging to Territory
  • 190
    • AUDITOR—
      • Office created by Third Territorial Legislature
  • 185
    • AYERS, CAL—
      • Comes to Arizona with C. B. Genung
  • 28
    • AYERS—
      • Mention of
  • 324
    • AZUL, ANTONIO—
      • Pima chief, first lieutenant in company of Pima Indians in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
    • BACKUS, JUDGE—
      • His charge to Grand Jury
  • 213
    • BARNETT, U. C.—
      • Mention of
  • 44
      • elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • BARNEY, COL. JAMES M.—
      • Member of firm of Geo. F. Hooper & Co
  • 264
      • lays out first direct road from Florence to Salt Rivers
  • 266
    • BARTLETT, JOHN R.—
      • Boundary Commissioner, describes Valley of Santa Cruz
  • 6 et seq.
    • BASHFORD, COLES—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • elected delegate to Congress
  • 164
      • one of incorporators of Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
  • 199
    • BASHFORD, LEVY—
      • Accompanies G. W. Dent and C. B. Genung on trip from California to Arizona
  • 312 et seq.
    • “BATTLE FLAT FIGHT”—
      • Account of
  • 136 137
    • BATY, LIEUT.—
      • In command of detail of soldiers sent to protect early settlers in Verde Valley proves to be coward
  • 244
    • BEACH, C. W.—
      • Mention of
  • 316
    • BEAUCHAMP, “JACK”—
      • Comes to Arizona with C. B. Genung
  • 28
    • BEHAN, JOHN H.—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • BELL—
      • Killing of by Indians
  • 137
    • BENNETT, COL. C. E.—
      • Condemns Fort Bowie
  • 122
      • campaign against Indians
  • 125
    • BENSON, MAJOR—
      • In command at Fort Whipple
  • 126
    • BERRY, W. J.—
      • Appointed member of Board of Supervisors for Yavapai County
  • 157
    • BERTHOLD, F.—
      • Early settler on lower San Pedro
  • 247
    • BIDWELL, THOS.—
      • Sent to assist C. B. Genung on Colorado River reservation
  • 321
    • BIGELOW, HENRY A.—
      • Member of Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • assistant clerk and chief clerk of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • BILLINGSLY, E.—
      • Appointed Supervisor for Pah-Ute County
  • 157
    • BINCKLEY, FRANK—
      • In fight with Freeman in Skull Valley against Indians
  • 133
      • in “Battle Flat Fight,”
  • 136
    • BIRMINGHAM, REV. PATRICK—
      • Appointed parish priest at Yuma
  • 293 294
    • BLACKWELL, JOSEPH—
      • With J. M. Bryan chases and kills Mexicans who killed partner of Dave King
  • 68 69
    • BLAIR, GEORGE—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • BLAKE, CHARLES M.—
      • Chaplain of Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
      • resolution of thanks to
  • 193
    • BOBLETT, ED. A.—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • BOGGS, JOHN—
      • Bridegroom in first marriage in Prescott
  • 269
    • BORNMAN, DANIEL M.—
      • Watchman of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 84
      • resigns
  • 184
    • BOSCO, REV.—
      • Early Catholic priest at San Xavier
  • 291
    • BOUCARD, REV. FRANCIS—
      • Comes to Tucson
  • 293 294
    • BOWERS RANCH—
      • Originally “Woolsey Ranch”
  • 272
      • settlement at
  • 272
    • BRADY, PETER R.—
      • Joint owner with J. D. Walker of Vekol mine
  • 119
    • BRIDGES, EDWARD L.—
      • Assistant to G. P. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • BRILL, FRITZ—
      • Owner of ten-stamp mill at Vulture Mine
  • 281
    • BRINKERHOFF, DAVID—
      • Early Mormon settler
  • 276
    • BROWN, CHARLES O.—
      • Main witness for prosecution in trial of Milton B. Duffield for carrying concealed weapons
  • 173
    • BROWN, H.—
      • Early settler on lower San Pedro
  • 247
    • BROWN, WILLIAM—
      • Killed by Indians in 1866
  • 86
    • BRYAN, J. M.—
      • With Joseph Blackwell chases and kills Mexicans who murdered Dave King's partner
  • 68 69
    • BRYANT, ROBERT—
      • Assistant to W. F. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • BUCKALEW, OSCAR—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • BUCKMAN, J. J.—
      • Fight with Indians
  • 133
    • BUCKMAN, THAD—
      • Son of J. J. Buckman
  • 133
    • CALDERWOOD, CAPT. M. H.—
      • Statement in regard to Gov. Ignacio Pesqueira of Mexico
  • 190 191
    • CALIFORNIA—
      • Dispute with over ownership of city of Yuma
  • 203
    • CALIFORNIA VOLUNTEERS—
      • Mention of
  • 74
      • larger portion mustered out
  • 122
    • CALLVILLE—
      • Description of
  • 13 et seq.
    • CAMPBELL & BUFFUM—
      • Early merchants of Prescott
  • 260
    • CARR, JOHN S.—
      • Member of firm of Geo. F. Hooper & Co
  • 264
    • CARTER, H. H.—
      • Sent to assist C. B. Genung on Colorado River reservation
  • 320
    • CARTER, JAMES P. T.—
      • Appointed Secretary of Territory to succeed R. C. McCormick
  • 166
    • CASTLE DOME—
      • Description of
  • 9
    • CASTLE DOME LANDING—
      • Description of
  • 256
    • CASTLE DOME MINING DISTRICT—
      • Mention of
  • 9
    • CATHOLIC CHURCH—
      • Re-establishment of in Territory
  • 290 et seq.
      • priests provided
  • 293 294
      • bulding church, etc., in Tucson
  • 295 et seq.
    • CENSUS—
      • Taken in 1866
  • 163
    • CERVANTES, LIEUT.—
      • Officer in Arizona Volunteers
  • 103
    • CHAINGANG—
      • Established in Tucson by Judge Chas. Meyer and Jimmy Douglas
  • 254 255
    • CHAMBERS, SOLOMON W.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • CHASE—
      • Mention of
  • 55
    • CHIAVRIA, JUAN—
      • Maricopa chief gives assistance to whites
  • 124
    • CHIMEHUIVA MINING DISTRICT—
      • Mention of
  • 9
    • HIMNEY PEAK—
      • Finding of rich placers at
  • 9
    • HITTER, DOCTOR—
      • Mention of
  • 102
    • CHRISTMAS TREE—
      • First in Arizona
  • 89 et seq.
    • CHURCHES—
      • Re-establishment of Catholic churches in Territory
  • 290 et seq.
    • CLARK, JOHN H., SURVEYOR-GENERAL—
      • Report to Commissioner Wilson of General Land Office
  • 305 306
    • CLIFTON—
      • Copper deposits at
  • 280
    • CLIFTON, HENRY—
      • Enrolling Clerk of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • CLIMATE—
      • Description of by Secretary McCormick
  • 3 et seq.
    • COLORADO RIVER—
      • Ferries across at Mohave, La Paz and Fort Yuma
  • 12
      • navigation of
  • 13 et seq.
      • memorial to Congress by Second Legislature asking appropriation for improvement of
  • 162
      • Congress fails to pass law for improvement of
  • 202
    • COLT, COLONEL—
      • Mention of
  • 54
    • CONGRESS—
      • Makes appropriation for presents to Indians
  • 121
      • refuses to legislate to keep Arizona Volunteers in existence
  • 181
      • memorial to by Third Legislature asking that act giving Pah-Ute County to Nevada, be repealed
  • 193 et seq.
      • memorial asking for establishment of mail routes
  • 196 et seq.
      • passes act for establishment of land office in Arizona
  • 198
      • makes appropriations for Indians
  • 198
      • passes act granting lands to aid in construction of railroad
  • 199 200
      • passes act providing for erection of penitentiaries
  • 201
      • passes act providing for franchise of all citizens
  • 201
      • fails to pass bill for wagon roads
  • 202
      • fails to pass bill for improvement of navigation of Colorado river
  • 202
      • fails to pass bill prohibiting special legislation concerning divorces
  • 202
      • passes bill annexing Pah-Ute County and part of Mohave County to Nevada
  • 202
    • COOKE, HENRY D.—
      • One of incorporators of Atlantic and Pacific Railroad
  • 199
    • COOKE, JAY—
      • Mention of
  • 199
    • COPELAND, FRANCIS M.—
      • Watchman of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • CORPORATIONS—
      • Third Territorial Legislature passes corporation law
  • 188
    • CORY, WILLIAM—
      • Assistant Secretary of Council Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • COUDERT, REV. J. M.—
      • Catholic priest visits Territory with Bishop Lamy
  • 290 291
    • COULTER, GEORGE—
      • Appointed member of Board of Supervisors for Yavapai County
  • 157
    • COURTS—
      • Second Territorial Legislature sets date for holding Supreme Court
  • 155
      • Second Territorial Legislature gives jurisdiction to District Courts in all mining cases
  • 157
      • terms of District Courts fixed by Third Territorial Legislature
  • 185
      • deplorable condition of records of
  • 204
      • charge of Chief Justice Turner to grand jury
  • 204 et seq.
      • charge of Judge Backus to grand jury
  • 212 et seq.
    • CREMONY, CAPT. JOHN C.—
      • Mention of
  • 123
    • CROOK, GENL. GEORGE—
      • Mention of
  • 75
    • CULBERTSON, JOHN A.—
      • Joins first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 224
    • CULLUMBER, SAM—
      • With station-keeper killed by Mexicans
  • 70
      • murderers chased and killed by Joe Fye (Phy) and Wilt Warden
  • 70 71
    • CUSENBERRY, JAMES—
      • Builds twenty-stamp mill at Vulture Mine
  • 281
    • CUTLER, ROYAL J.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • DAVIS, ALONZO E.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • DELEGATE TO CONGRESS—
      • John N. Goodwin elected
  • 148
      • Coles Bashford elected
  • 164
    • DE LONG, SIDNEY R.—
      • Mention of
  • 288
    • DENNIS, JOHN—
      • Mention of
  • 38
    • DENNISON, WILLIAM—
      • Mention of
  • 48
    • DENT, FRED—
      • Sent to assist C. B. Genung on Colorado River reservation
  • 320
    • DENT. GEO. W., SUPERINTENDENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS—
      • Calls upon C. B. Genung for assistance in regard to Colorado River Reservation
  • 311 et seq.
      • his treatment of Indians and Genung
  • 322 et seq.
      • orders Genung arrested
  • 325
    • DICKSON, JOHN H.—
      • With Joseph Ehle settles in Skull Valley
  • 250
      • marries Mary J. Ehle
  • 269
    • DISTRICT ATTORNEY—
      • Office created by Third Territorial Legislature
  • 185
    • DITCHES—
      • Hines'
  • 276
    • DIVORCE—
      • Second Territorial Legislature gives courts jurisdiction in all cases of
  • 159
      • Congress fails to pass law prohibiting special legislation concerning
  • 202
    • DOBBINS, MARCUS D.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • DOLL, PETER—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • clerk for Geo. F. Hooper & Co
  • 264
    • DORAN, A. J.—
      • Mention of
  • 117 et seq.
    • DOUGLASS, JAMES S.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • DOUGLASS, JIMMY—
      • Assists Judge Meyer in establishing chaingang and reforming Tucson
  • 254 255
    • DUFF, JOHN—
      • Mail carrier, rescues Dave King
  • 67
    • DUFFIELD, MILTON B.—
      • Mention of
  • 52
      • First Marshal of the Territory, his record
  • 166 et seq.
      • his trial for carrying concealed weapons
  • 172 173
    • DUNNE, PATRICK H.—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • EDUCATION—
      • Memorial to Congress asking for agricultural and mechanical colleges
  • 162
    • EHLE, JOSEPH—
      • With John H. Dickson, settles in Skull Valley
  • 250
    • EHLE, MARY J.—
      • Married to John H. Dickson
  • 269
    • EHRENBERG—
      • First name Mineral City, description of
  • 256
    • EHRENBERG, HERMAN—
      • Mention of
  • 59
    • EL DORADO CANYON—
      • Mention of
  • 13
    • ELECTIONS—
      • First “Regular” held
  • 148
      • Second
  • 164
    • ELIAS, MIGUEL—
      • Sergeant in Arizona Volunteers
  • 106
    • ELLIOTT, ANDREW H.—
      • Doorkeeper of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • ELLIOTT—
      • Joins first white party in Verde Valley
  • 230
    • ELLIS, DANIEL—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • ESPINOSA, ANTONIO—
      • Assistant to W. F. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • ETCHELLS, CHARLES T.—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • EUREKA MINING DISTRICT—
      • Mention of
  • 9
    • EXEMPTIONS—
      • Arms, etc., exempted by Third Territorial Legislature
  • 189 190
    • FAGAN—
      • Irishman whose ready wit secures light sentence
  • 211 212
    • FEES—
      • Second Territorial Legislature provides all fees of public officers payable in currency
  • 155
    • FERNANDEZ, DON JUAN—
      • Entertains Rev. J. M. Coudert
  • 291
    • FERRIES—
      • Across Colorado River, Mojave, La Paz and Fort Yuma
  • 12
    • FINE, JAMES—
      • Starts settlement in Williamson Valley
  • 250 251
    • FISH, E. N.—
      • Buys flouring-mill in Tucson from James Lee and W. F Scott
  • 255
      • biography of
  • 267
    • FLOURING-MILL—
      • Put up in Tucson by R. Jackson
  • 255
      • erected in Tucson by James Lee and W. F. Scott, who sell to E. N. Fish
  • 256
    • FOOTE, JOSEPH WARREN, Mormon leader
  • 275
    • FORD, LIEUT.—
      • Officer in Arizona Volunteers
  • 109
    • FORD, WILLIAM H.—
      • Assistant Clerk of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • FOREST, WILLIAM—
      • Appointed Supervisor for Mohave County
  • 157
    • FORT BOWIE—
      • Condemned by Col. C. E. Bennett
  • 122
    • FORT McDOWELL—
      • Establishment of
  • 138
    • FOSTER, MAC—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • FRAME, GEORGE—
      • Mail carrier, mention of
  • 56
    • FRANCHISE—
      • Congress passes act enfranchising all citizens of Territory
  • 201 202
      • not signed by President but became law by expiration of time
  • 201 202
    • FREEMAN—
      • Fight with Indians in Skull Valley
  • 132 133
    • FREMONT, J. C.—
      • One of incorporators of Atlantic and Pacific Railroad
  • 199
    • FUGE, COLONEL—
      • In charge of troops on Colorado River reservation
  • 325
      • is ordered to arrest C. B. Genung
  • 325 et seq.
    • FYE (PHY), JOE—
      • With Wilt Warden chase and kill Mexicans who murdered Sam Cullumber and station-keeper
  • 70 71
    • GABRIEL, PETE—
      • Kills Joe Phy
  • 135
    • GALLEGOS, MANUEL—
      • Second lieutenant in Arizona Volunteers
  • 99
    • GAME—
      • Plentiful in Arizona in early days
  • 85 et seq.
    • GANALO, LOUIS—
      • Assistant to G. P. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • GARDNER, JAMES—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • GARVIN, WILLIAM H.—
      • Appointed Adjutant-general of Territory
  • 95
    • GASS, OCTAVIUS D.—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
      • translator and interpreter
  • 184
    • GENUNG, CHARLES B.—
      • Biography of
  • 27
      • how he became a Hassayamper
  • 27 et seq.
      • with partners discovers Montgomery mine
  • 37
      • chases Mexican murderer of Sandy Hampton
  • 49 et seq.
      • takes charge of Colorado River Indian Reservation under superintendency of G. W. Dent
  • 316
      • commences taking out ditch and farming on reservation
  • 318 et seq.
      • resigns
  • 323
      • goes to California to buy horses for the Indians
  • 324 et seq.
      • loyalty of Indians and employees to
  • 328 et seq.
    • GIBBS, LIEUT.—
      • In command at Wickenburg
  • 126
    • GILA CITY—
      • Mention of
  • 9
    • GILA RIVER—
      • Mention of discovery of gold on
  • 9
    • GILA VALLEY—
      • Occupied by Pima and Maricopa Indians
  • 16 et seq.
    • GILES, JAMES S.—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • Chief Clerk of House, Third Territorial Legislature, resigns
  • 184
    • GILMORE, CAPT. WILLIAM—
      • Resolution of thanks to by Third Legislature
  • 193
    • GIRD, R. W.—
      • Mention of
  • 311
    • GOLD—
      • Mention of discovery of on Gila River
  • 9
    • GOLDWATER, JOE—
      • Mention of
  • 264
    • GOODWIN, CAMP—
      • Abandoned
  • 272
    • GOODWIN, GOVERNOR JOHN N.—
      • Locates and names Prescott
  • 58
      • accompanies Genl. Mason on trip
  • 125
      • elected Delegate to Congress
  • 148
      • his activities and speech in Congress
  • 181 et seq.
    • GONZALES, FAUSTINO—
      • Assistant to W. F. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • GORHAM, MAJOR—
      • In command at Fort Goodwin, incompetent account intoxicating liquors
  • 125
    • GOVERNMENT—
      • Refuses to purchase crops from settlers
  • 272
      • “Miner” editorial on subject
  • 272 et seq.
    • GOVERNOR—
      • See Goodwin
      • McCormick
    • GRAND JURY—
      • Charge to by Chief Justice Turner
  • 204 et seq.
      • charge to by Judge Backus
  • 213 et seq.
    • GRANT, CAPT.—
      • In command at Date Creek
  • 126
    • GRANT, JAMES—
      • Appointed member of Board of Supervisors for Yavapai County
  • 157
      • appointed Territorial Auditor
  • 185
    • GRANT, GENERAL U. S.—
      • Resolution of Second Territorial Legislature in regard to
  • 161
    • GRAY, CHARLES H.—
      • Assistant to W. H. Pierce, Deputy Surveyor
  • 304
    • GRAY & CO.—
      • Early merchants of Prescott
  • 260
    • GROOM, R. W.—
      • Mention of
  • 44
      • with — Waldemar surveys town of Prescott
  • 58
      • elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • GROSS—
      • Mention of
  • 43
    • GUAYMAS, PORT OF—
      • Mention of
  • 7
    • HAMPTON, SANDY—
      • Arrives in Arizona
  • 46
      • murdered by Mexican
  • 48
    • HANCOCK. W. A.—
      • Second lieutenant in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
    • HARDYVILLE—
      • Description of
  • 12
    • HARDY, CAPT. W. H.—
      • Description of
  • 73
      • ran ferry and store at Hardyville
  • 73 et seq.
      • early experiences in Arizona
  • 74 et seq.
      • fights with Indians
  • 81 et seq.
      • wild game etc
  • 85 et seq.
      • elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
      • has store in Prescott
  • 260
      • prospecting expedition
  • 280
    • HATHAWAY, GILFORD—
      • Mention of
  • 65
    • HAZELTINE, W. E.—
      • One of organizers of Bank of Arizona, Prescott
  • 270
    • HENDERSON, GEORGE—
      • Assistant to W. H. Pierce, Deputy Surveyor
  • 305
    • HENINGER, WILLIAM K.—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • HENRY, FRED—
      • In fight with Freeman in Skull Valley against Indians
  • 133
      • in “Battle Flat Fight,”
  • 136
    • HERRON, SAMUEL—
      • In “Battle Flat Fight,”
  • 136
    • HINES—
      • Takes out ditch near Fort Thomas
  • 276
    • HINTON, FRANCIS J.—
      • Partner in firm of Geo. F. Hooper & Co
  • 264
    • HISTORICAL & PIONEER ASSOCIATION—
      • Incorporated by Legislature
  • 260
    • HODGES, THOMAS—
      • Sergeant-at-arms of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • HOLCOMB, WILLIAM—
      • Mention of
  • 59
    • HOMESTEAD LAND—
      • First application for made by John B. Allen, covering Maricopa Wells
  • 308 309
      • biography of
  • 309
    • HOOPER, GEO. F.—
      • Founder of firm of Geo. F. Hooper & Co
  • 264
    • HOOPER GEO. F. & CO.—
      • First American mercantile establishment
  • 264 et seq.
    • HOPKINS, FRANCIS A.—
      • Murdered by Indians
  • 130
    • HORNER, CHRIS—
      • Mention of
  • 307
    • HOWARD, DR. JOHN R.—
      • Mention of
  • 27
      • comes to Arizona with C. B. Genung
  • 28
    • HOWARD, JUDGE—
      • Defends Irishman whose ready wit secures light sentence
  • 211 212
    • HOWELL, JUDGE W. T.—
      • Reasons for resigning from bench
  • 212
      • death of
  • 212
    • HUALAPAIS—
      • See Wallapais
    • HUTCHINGS, CHARLES—
      • Mention of
  • 311
    • HUTTON, OSCAR—
      • Second lieutenant in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
      • report of activities against Indians
  • 112 et seq.
      • final mention of
  • 120
    • HUTTON, THOMAS D.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • INDEBTEDNESS—
      • Of Territory
  • 175
    • INGALLS, HON. FRANK S.—
      • Mention of
  • 307
    • INGALLS, GEO. P.—
      • Makes contract for survey of lands in Arizona
  • 306
      • makes survey of land near Phoenix
  • 308
    • INGALLS, WILFRED F.—
      • Makes contract for survey of lands in Arizona
  • 306
      • makes survey of land near Phoenix
  • 308
    • IMMIGRATION—
      • Methods and expenses of travel
  • 24 et seq.
    • INDIAN RESERVATIONS—
      • Upon Colorado River
  • 21 et seq.
      • Iretaba's tribe of Mohaves upon
  • 121
      • memorial to Congress by Second Legislature, asking for reservation on lower Gila
  • 162
      • C. B. Genung's story of the Colorado River reservation
  • 310 et seq.
      • his connection with and experiences upon
  • 310 et seq.
      • Yavapais and Mohaves gathered upon
  • 315 et seq.
      • taking out ditch and farming commenced upon
  • 318 et seq.
      • arrival of Apaches upon
  • 320
      • resignation of C. B. Genung
  • 323
      • orders for arrest of
  • 325
      • loyalty of Indians and employees to C. B. Genung
  • 328 et seq.
      • abandonment of ditch, etc
  • 331
      • maladministration by Indian agents
  • 332
    • INDIANS—
      • Pimas and Maricopa inhabit Gila Valley
  • 16 et seq.
      • of Yuma and Mojave Counties, and Pimas, Maricopas, Yavapais, Hualapais and Moquis friendly
  • 21
      • reservation for Colorado tribes
  • 21 et seq.
      • Apaches only hostile tribe
  • 22
      • stories of early warfare with
  • 75
      • kill Thomas McCall, William Brown and John Killian in 1866
  • 86
      • display cunning in watching whites
  • 88
      • Pimas constitute company in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
      • Maricopas constitute company in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
      • fighting against by Arizona Volunteers
  • 97 et seq.
      • kill Roque Ramirez, Arizona Volunteer
  • 103
      • Congress makes appropriation for presents, etc., to
  • 121
      • raids and depredations by in full swing
  • 122
      • expeditions against
  • 124 et seq.
      • murders by in Southern Arizona
  • 130 et seq.
      • murders by in Northern Arizona
  • 132 et seq.
      • kill Indian Agent Leihy
  • 137
      • report of Committee of Third Legislature on Military and Indian Affairs
  • 140 et seq.
      • editorial in “Miner” on Indian affairs in Territory
  • 145 et seq.
      • Congress makes appropriations for
  • 198
      • raid settlers in Verde Valley
  • 225 et seq.
      • raid settlers in San Pedro Valley
  • 248
      • Yumas debauched by soldiers
  • 252
      • failure on part of agents to distribute supplies
  • 274 275
      • distribution of presents to and gathering in on to Colorado River reservation by Chas. B. Genung
  • 314 et seq.
      • outrages by
  • 331 332
    • IRETABA—
      • Chief of Mohaves, friendly to whites
  • 121
    • JACKSON, JARVIS—
      • Early settler on lower San Pedro
  • 247
    • JACKSON, R.—
      • Puts up flouring-mill in Tucson
  • 255
    • JACOBSON—
      • Sells Agua Caliente ranch to King S. Woolsey and George Martin
  • 277
    • JAY, LEROY—
      • Mentioned by Neri Osborn as crack shot
  • 261
    • JENKINS, HENRY—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • JOHNSON, PRESIDENT ANDREW—
      • Resolution of Second Territorial Legislature
  • 159
    • JOHNSON, ROBERT—
      • Assistant to W. H. Pierce, Deputy Surveyor
  • 304
    • JUSTICES OF THE PEACE—
      • Given jurisdiction in certain cases by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 155
    • KILLIAN, JOHN—
      • Killed by Indians in 1866
  • 86
    • KING, DAVE—
      • Partner of man murdered by Mexicans
  • 65 66
      • rescued by John Duff, mail carrier
  • 67
    • KIRKLAND VALLEY—
      • Settlement in
  • 271
    • KIRKLAND, WILLIAM—
      • Mention of
  • 47
    • KRAUTZ, CAPT.—
      • In command of military at Fort Whipple
  • 260
    • LAMBERTSON—
      • Mention of
  • 40
    • LAMY, RT. REV. BISHOP—
      • Visits Territory
  • 290 291
      • starts two priests to Territory, but they fail to arrive
  • 292 293
      • second attempt to provide priests successful
  • 293 294
    • LAND DISTRICT—
      • Memorial to Congress by Second Legislature asking separate district for Arizona
  • 162
      • office established by Congress
  • 198
      • attached to District of New Mexico
  • 303
      • removed to District of California
  • 306
    • LANG, JOHN—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • LA PAZ—
      • Seat of justice of Yuma County
  • 8
      • description of
  • 9
      • ferry across Colorado River at
  • 12
      • description of
  • 256 298
    • LA PAZ MINING DISTRICT—
      • Mention of
  • 9
    • LAUGHLIN, JOHN—
      • Mention of
  • 43
    • LEE, JAMES—
      • With W. F. Scott, erects flouring-mill in Tucson, and sells same to E. N. Fish
  • 256
    • LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY—
      • Report of committee of Third Legislature on Military and Indian Affairs
  • 140 et seq.
      • Second Territorial Legislature convencs
  • 150
      • message of Acting Governor McCormick to
  • 150 et seq.
      • acts passed by resolutions and memorials of
  • 155 et seq.
      • Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
      • acts passed by, resolutions and memorials of
  • 185 et seq.
    • LEIB AND WIFE—
      • Mention of
  • 269
    • LEIHY, GEORGE W. (Indian Agent)—
      • Killing of by Indians
  • 137
      • mention of
  • 313
    • LENNON, JOSEPH C.—
      • Enrolling Clerk of Council, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • LEON, FRANCISCO S.—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • LEWIS, COL. CHARLES H.—
      • In charge of California Volunteers composing re-enforcements for Arizona
  • 123
      • campaign against Indians
  • 124
    • LEWIS, SOL—
      • One of organizers of Bank of Arizona, Prescott
  • 270
    • LIBERTAD, PORT OF—
      • Mention of
  • 7
    • LINCOLN, PRESIDENT—
      • Resolution of Second Territorial Legislature in regard to death of
  • 159 160
    • LIND, JAKE—
      • Mention of
  • 315
    • LINSEY—
      • Assistant to C. B. Genung on Colorado River Reservation
  • 317
    • LITTLE, WILLIAM—
      • Mention of
  • 65
      • elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • LORD, C. H.—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • LOUNT, DANIEL S.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • McATEER, PAT—
      • With J. J. Buckman in fight with Indians
  • 133
    • McCALL, THOMAS—
      • Killed by Indians in 1866
  • 86
    • McCORMICK, RICHARD C.—
      • While Secretary of Territory writes letter to New York Tribune on Resources and Prospects of Arizona
  • 1 et seq.
      • suggests name of Prescott
  • 58
      • controversy with Genl. McDowell on military affairs
  • 143 et seq.
      • succeeds John N. Goodwin as Governor
  • 148
      • message to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 150 et seq.
      • message to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 174 et seq.
      • writes letter to Journal of Commerce on Possibilities of the Territory
  • 282 et seq.
    • McCRACKIN, JACKSON—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • McGINNIS, E. S.—
      • Appointed Supervisor for Pah-Ute County
  • 157
    • McKENNA, MICHAEL—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • McKEY, ALEXANDER—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • McDOWELL, GENL.—
      • Assigns Genl. Mason to department of Arizona
  • 123
      • given reception in Prescott
  • 139
      • establishes government farm at Fort McDowell
  • 139
    • McNEAL, LIEUT.—
      • Sent to Verde Valley to take command of soldiers detailed for protection of settlers
  • 246
    • McNULTY—
      • With Joe Phy, attacked by Indians
  • 135
    • MAHAN, A. P.—
      • Becomes partner of C. B. Genung
  • 37
    • MAILS AND POSTOFFICES—
      • Lack of
  • 21
      • first mail to reach Tucson after Civil War
  • 288
      • description of mail service by Fish
  • 288 289
    • MAIL ROUTES—
      • Mentioned by Governor McCormick in message to Legislature
  • 178 et seq.
      • Third Legislature memorializes Congress for
  • 196 et seq.
    • MARICOPAS—
      • With Pimas inhabit Gila Valley
  • 16 et seq.
      • Friendly to whites
  • 21
      • constitute company in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
    • MARICOPA WELLS—
      • Included in first application for homestead lands by John B. Allen
  • 308 309
    • MARRIAGES—
      • Regulated by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 158
      • first in Prescott that of John Boggs
  • 269
      • second, that of Mary J. Ehle to John H. Dickson
  • 269
    • MARRIED WOMEN—
      • Rights defined by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 158
    • MARTIN, GEORGE—
      • With King S. Woolsey purchases Agua Caliente ranch
  • 277
      • biography of
  • 277 et seq.
    • MASON, CHARLES—
      • Mention of
  • 59
    • MASON, GENL. JOHN S.—
      • Lends assistance to Arizona Volunteers
  • 96 97
      • placed in charge of department of Arizona
  • 123
      • his activities and Indian policy
  • 124 et seq.
      • failure of
  • 126 127
      • removal of
  • 127
    • MAY, ED—
      • With J. J. Buckman in fight with Indians
  • 133
    • MAY, TOM—
      • Mentioned by Neri Osborn as crack shot
  • 261
    • MECHANIC'S LIEN LAW—
      • Passed by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 157
    • MELVIN, JOSEPH.—
      • Mention of
  • 65
      • member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • MESEA, REV.—
      • Early Catholic priest in Tucson
  • 291
    • MESSAGES—
      • Of Acting Governor McCormick to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 150 et seq.
      • of Governor McCormick to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 174 et seq.
    • MESSENGER, CAPT.—
      • Campaign against Indians
  • 125
    • MEXICANS—
      • Sandy Hampton murdered by
  • 48
      • chase of murderer by C. B. Genung
  • 49 et seq.
      • partner of Dave King murdered by
  • 66
      • murderers chased and killed by Joseph Blackwell and J. M. Bryan
  • 68 69
      • kill Portuguese at Nigger Well
  • 69
      • kill Sam Cullumber and station-keeper
  • 70
      • murderers chased and killed by Joe Fye (Phy) and Wilt Warden
  • 70 71
    • MEYER, JUDGE CHAS.—
      • With assistance of Jimmy Douglas establishes chaingang in, and reforms Tucson
  • 254 255
    • MILITARY—
      • Governor authorized to raise regiment of Arizona Volunteers
  • 93 et seq.
      • officers, etc., of Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
      • Genl. Mason lends assistance to
  • 96 97
      • Lt. Col. H. D. Wallen commends Capt. H. S. Washburn for services against Indians
  • 111
      • larger portion California Volunteers mustered out
  • 122
      • Fort Bowie condemned by Col. C. E. Bennett
  • 122
      • Old Fort Buchanan attacked by Indians
  • 122
      • troops insufficient to give protection against Indians
  • 123
      • Arizona transferred to Department of California
  • 123
      • General John S. Mason placed in command of department of Arizona
  • 123
      • re-enforcements sent to Territory
  • 123
      • activities of General Mason and his Indian policy
  • 124 et seq.
      • failure of Genl. Mason
  • 126 127
      • his removal
  • 127
      • Fort McDowell established
  • 138
      • government farm at established
  • 139
      • military head-quarters removed from Prescott to Tucson
  • 139
      • report of Committee of Third Legislature on military and Indian affairs
  • 140 et seq.
      • controversy between Governor McCormick and General McDowell
  • 143 et seq.
      • headquarters removed from Prescott to Tucson
  • 252
      • Camp Goodwin abandoned
  • 277
    • MILLER, JOHN—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • MILLER, NINIAN—
      • Early Mormon settler
  • 276
    • MILLS—
      • Steam grist-mill at Pima Villages
  • 17
    • MILLS, J. S.—
      • Murdered by Indians
  • 130
    • MINERAL CITY—
      • Description of
  • 9
      • first name of Ehrenberg
  • 256
    • MINES AND MINING—
      • Discovery of gold on Gila River, mention of
  • 9
      • finding of rich placers at Chimney Peak
  • 9
      • mention of Yuma, Castle Dome, Silver, Eureka, Weaver, Chimehuiva and La Paz Mining Districts
  • 9
      • mines and ores of Yuma County
  • 9 et seq.
      • mines and ores of Mohave County
  • 13
      • mines and ores of Yavapai County
  • 17 et seq.
      • Montgomery mine discovered by C. B. Genung and party
  • 37
      • discovery of Vekol Mine
  • 118 119
      • mentioned by Governor McCormick in message to Legislature
  • 177 et seq.
      • Third Legislature repeals part of Howell Code providing for location of Territorial claims
  • 185 et seq.
      • Stowe prospects in vicinity of Globe
  • 279
      • copper deposits at Clifton
  • 280
      • Capt. Hardy's prospecting expedition
  • 280
      • Vulture mine
  • 280 et seq.
      • mineral wealth of Territory extolled by Secretary McCormick
  • 282 et seq.
    • MISSIONS—
      • Mention of San Xavier del Bac and Tumacacori
  • 6
    • MOHAVE COUNTY—
      • Description of
  • 11 et seq.
      • Indians of friendly
  • 21
      • part of annexed to Nevada by Congress
  • 202
    • MOHAVES—
      • Iretaba's tribe of Mohaves upon Colorado River reservation
  • 121
      • gathered in by C. B. Genung upon Colorado River reservation
  • 315 et seq.
    • MOJAVE CITY—
      • Seat of justice of Mohave County
  • 11
      • Ferry across Colorado River at
  • 12
    • MOJAVE, FORT—
      • Mention of
  • 12
    • MONTGOMERY, JOHN—
      • Early settler on lower San Pedro
  • 247
    • MONTGOMERY MINE—
      • Discovered by C. B. Genung and party
  • 37
    • MOORE, A. JOHN—
      • Sergeant-at-arms of Council, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • MOQUIS—
      • Friendly to whites
  • 21
    • MORE, JAMES—
      • Mention of
  • 46
    • MORGAN—
      • Sent to assist C. B. Genung on Colorado River reservation
  • 322
    • MORMONS—
      • First to come to Territory, establish settlements of St. Thomas, St. Joseph and Overton
  • 275
      • settlements abandoned
  • 275 276
    • MORSE, HENRY D.—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • MURDERS AND RAIDS—
      • Sandy Hampton murdered by Mexican
  • 48
      • partner of Dave King murdered by Mexicans
  • 66
      • Portuguese at Nigger Well killed by Mexicans
  • 69
      • Sam Cullumber and station keeper murdered by Mexicans
  • 70
    • MURRAY—
      • Assistant to C. B. Genung on Colorado River Reservation
  • 317
    • NAPIER, ANDREW—
      • Assistant to W. H. Pierce, Deputy Surveyor
  • 304
    • NATIONAL AFFAIRS—
      • Resolution of Second Territorial Legislature in regard to
  • 160 161
    • NEW YORK TRIBUNE—
      • Prints letter of Secretary McCormick on Resources and Prospects of Arizona
  • 1 et seq.
    • NIGGER WELL—
      • Killing of Portuguese at, by Mexicans
  • 69
    • O'BRIEN, F. H.—
      • Mention of
  • 281
    • OCHOA, SERGEANT—
      • Member of Arizona Volunteers
  • 108
    • OLIVE CITY—
      • Description of
  • 9
      • description of by C. B. Genung
  • 34
    • OSBORN, JOHN P.—
      • Member of Wells & Osborn party
  • 268
      • biography of
  • 268 269
    • OSBORN, JOHN W.—
      • Messenger of House, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • OSBORN, NERI F.—
      • Messenger of Council, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • OSBORN, SIDNEY P.—
      • Mention of
  • 269
    • OSBORN, WM. J.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • OSBORN, WM. L.—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • OTTERMAN, TOM—
      • Employee on Colorado River reservation, his loyalty to C. B. Genung
  • 328
    • OVERTON—
      • Early Mormon settlement
  • 275
    • OURY, GRANVILLE H.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
      • elected Speaker of House of Representatives
  • 184
    • OURY, WILLIAM S.—
      • Resolution of Third Legislature authorizing Attorney-general to settle with for arms, etc., belonging to Territory
  • 190
      • entertains Bishop Lamy
  • 291
    • PAGE, MRS.—
      • Mention of
  • 53
    • PAH-UTE COUNTY—
      • Created by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 155
      • annexation of to Nevada, Third Legislature memorializes Congress to repeal act
  • 193 et seq.
      • Congress annexes to Nevada
  • 202
    • PAPAGOES—
      • Friendly to whites
  • 21
    • PARRISH, JAMES—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • PEARSON, JOHN—
      • Appointed Supervisor for Mohave County
  • 157
    • PEEPLES, A. H.—
      • Mention of
  • 46
    • PEEPLES VALLEY.—
      • Settlement in
  • 271
    • PENITENTIARIES—
      • Act passed by Congress providing for erection of
  • 201
    • PENNINGTON FAMILY—
      • Mention of
  • 53
    • PENNINGTON, JOHN—
      • Recorder of mining district—
      • his office
  • 37
      • has horse stolen by Indians
  • 44
    • PESQUEIRA, GOV. IGNACIO—
      • Seeks refuge on American soil from French
  • 190 191
    • PHELPS, EDWARD—
      • Appointed Marshal of Territory to succeed Milton B. Duffield
  • 166
    • PHY, JOE—
      • Fight with Indians
  • 135
      • death of
  • 135
    • PIATT, ROBERT F.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • PIERCE, DEPUTY SURVEYOR WILLIAM H.—
      • Enters into contract for survey of lands in Arizona
  • 303
      • establishes “Initial Point,”
  • 303 304
      • abandons work account military protection withdrawn
  • 304
      • his report on Salt River
  • 305
    • PIMA COUNTY—
      • Description of in 1865
  • 4 et seq.
      • Indians of friendly
  • 21
    • PIMAS—
      • With Maricopas inhabit Gila Valley
  • 16 et seq.
      • friendly to whites
  • 21
      • constitute company in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
    • PIMA VILLAGES—
      • Steam grist-mill at
  • 17
    • PLACE, LAFAYETTE—
      • Engrossing Clerk of Council, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • PLATT, MORTIMER R.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • POINDEXTER—
      • Mail carrier, in fight with Indians with J. J. Buckman
  • 133
    • POLLOCK, LIEUT.-COL.—
      • In command at Fort Goodwin
  • 126
    • POLL TAX—
      • Imposed by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 158
    • POPULATION—
      • In 1866-67, according to Genl. Rusling
  • 251
    • POSTLE'S RANCH—
      • Settlement at
  • 276
    • POSTON, CHARLES D.—
      • Defeated candidate for delegate to Congress
  • 148
      • gain defeated
  • 164
      • mention of
  • 312
    • PREHISTORIC RUINS—
      • In Yavapai County
  • 15
    • PRESCOTT—
      • Description of
  • 18 et seq.
      • located and named by Gov. Goodwin
  • 58
      • surveyed by R. W. Groom and —
      • Waldemar
  • 58
      • description of by Ben C. Truman
  • 256 et seq.
      • description of in “San Francisco Examiner,”
  • 258 et seq.
    • PRICES—
      • Of goods and transportation
  • 253
    • RAILROADS—
      • Memorial to Congress by Second Legislature asking grant to La Paz & Prescott Railway
  • 162
      • Congress passes act granting lands to aid in construction of Atlantic and Pacific
  • 199 200
    • RAINEY, WILLIAM—
      • Partner of Chas. A. Shibell
  • 130
    • RALSTON, CLAYTON M.—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • RAMIREZ, ROQUE—
      • Arizona Volunteer killed by Indians
  • 104
    • RAMSTEIN, JAKE—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • RAVENA, MANUEL—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • REDONDO, JOSE M.—
      • Mention of
  • 297
    • RESOURCES, ETC., OF ARIZONA—
      • Letter of Secretary McCormick to New York Tribune
  • 1 et seq.
    • RICHARDS, HUGO—
      • One of organizers of Bank of Arizona, Prescott
  • 270
    • RICKMAN, ALFONZO—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • ROBERTS, CHARLES—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • ROBERTSON, JAMES O. —
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • ROBINSON, JAMES—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • RODENBURG, J. N.—
      • Provides first Christmas Tree in Territory
  • 89
    • RODRIGUEZ, FRANCISCO—
      • Corporal in Arizona Volunteers
  • 100
    • ROGERS, ADMIRAL ROBERT—
      • Resolution of thanks to by Third Legislature
  • 193
    • ROGIERI, REV. DONATO—
      • Early Catholic priest at Tucson and San Xavier del Bac
  • 291
      • killed by Apaches
  • 291
    • ROSE, ROBT. A.—
      • Appointed Supervisor for Mohave County
  • 157
    • ROULETT, CAPT. & BROTHERS—
      • Said to be owners of flouring-mill put up in Tucson by R. Jackson
  • 255
    • ROUNDTREE, JOHN M.—
      • Secretary of Council Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • ROWELL, CONVERSE W. C.—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • RUFF, THOS.—
      • Member of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
    • RUSH, JUDGE JOHN A.—
      • Partner of Judge E. W. Wells
  • 270
    • RUSLING, GENERAL—
      • Description of Arizona in 1866-67
  • 251 et seq.
    • ST. GEORGE—
      • Mormon town of
  • 14
    • ST. JOSEPH—
      • Early Mormon settlement
  • 275
    • ST. THOMAS—
      • Early Mormon settlement
  • 275
    • SAAVEDRA, RAFAEL—
      • Murdered by Indians
  • 131
    • SAFFORD, A. P. K.—
      • One of incorporators of Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
  • 199
    • SAGE—
      • Killing of by Indians
  • 137
    • SALARIES—
      • Of Territorial Officers fixed by Third Territorial Legislature
  • 185
    • SANDERS FAMILY—
      • Mention of
  • 268
    • SANDERS, JULIUS—
      • Doorkeeper of Council, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • SANFORD, GENL.—
      • Commissioner to investigate Indian affairs, mention of
  • 145 et seq.
    • SANFORD—
      • Mention of
  • 65
      • joins first white party in Verde Valley
  • 230
    • SANTA CRUZ VALLEY—
      • Description of by John R. Bartlett, Boundary Commissioner
  • 6 et seq.
    • SAN XAVIER DEL BAC—
      • Mention of
  • 6
    • SCOTT, DE MORGAN—
      • In “Battle Flat Fight,”
  • 136
    • SCOTT, W. F.—
      • With James Lee erects flouring-mill in Tucson, and sells same to E. N. Fish
  • 256
    • SETTLEMENTS—
      • First white settlement in Verde Valley, personnel of party, their experiences, etc
  • 215 et seq.
      • on Lower San Pedro, personnel of party
  • 247
      • Fish's description of early settlements
  • 249 250
      • settlement in Skull Valley
  • 250
      • Williamson Valley, settlement in
  • 250 251 271
      • Walnut Grove settlement
  • 271
      • Kirkland Valley settlement
  • 271
      • Peeples Valley settlement
  • 271
      • Skull Valley settlement
  • 271
      • Woolsey, afterward Bowers' Ranch, settlement
  • 272
      • by Mormons
  • 275
      • at Postle's Ranch
  • 276
    • SEXTON—
      • Runs Vulture Mine into ground
  • 281
    • SEYMOUR, JAMES—
      • Becomes owner of Vulture Mine
  • 281
    • SHANKS, A. I.—
      • Mention of
  • 63
    • SHELDON, JAMES—
      • Mention of
  • 58
    • SHELTON, RALPH—
      • Assistant Clerk of House, Third Territorial Legislature, resigns
  • 184
    • SHIBELL, CHARLES A.—
      • Biography of
  • 127 et seq.
      • his address to Pioneers Historical Society
  • 129 et seq.
    • SHIPMAN—
      • Placed in charge of Vulture Mine
  • 281
    • SILVER MINING DISTRICT—
      • Mention of
  • 9
    • SIMMONS, JOHN W.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • SIMMONS, THOS. W.—
      • Watchman of Council, Third Territorial Legislature
  • 184
    • SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH—
      • Schoolhouse built at Tucson for
  • 298 299
    • SKULL VALLEY—
      • Settlement by Joseph Ehle and John H. Dickson in
  • 250271
    • SLACK, JOHN B.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • SMITH, ELIJAH—
      • Mention of
  • 59 316 324
    • SMITH, THOS. S.—
      • Appointed Supervisor for Pah-Ute County
  • 157
      • leader of Mormon settlers in Arizona
  • 275
    • SMITH, WM.—
      • Owner of ten-stamp mill at Vulture Mie
  • 281
    • SOTO, CANUTO—
      • Assistant to G. P. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • STEBBINS—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • STEVENS, EDWARD—
      • Murdered by Indians
  • 130
    • STEVENS, LEWIS A.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • STICKNEY, DANIEL H.—
      • Elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
    • STOWE—
      • Early prospector around globe
  • 279
    • SUPERVISORS—
      • Boards created by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 156
      • powers given to by Third Territorial Legislature
  • 188 189
    • SURVEYOR-GENERAL—
      • Memorial to Congress by Second Legislature asking appointment of
  • 162
    • SURVEYS, EARLY—
      • In Territory
  • 303 et seq.
      • contract with Deputy Surveyor W. H. Pierce
  • 303
      • “Initial Point” selected
  • 303 304
      • Pierce abandons work account military protection withdrawn
  • 304
      • contracts with and surveys by Geo. P., and Wilfred F. Ingalls
  • 306 et seq.
    • SWETNAM, JAMES M.—
      • Leader of first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 215 et seq.
      • member of Wells & Osborn party
  • 268
    • SWILLING, JACK—
      • Organizes party to join King Woolsey to go after Apaches
  • 55
      • builds five-stamp mill at Vulture Mine
  • 281
    • SYPERT HANNIBAL—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • TAPPAN, DR.—
      • Killing of by Indians
  • 138
    • TAXATION—
      • Rate of fixed by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 157
      • residents in and around Prescott assess own property
  • 162
    • TAYLOR, THOMAS L.—
      • Assistant to W. F. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • TERRITORY—
      • Boundaries of
  • 2
    • THOMAS, WM. H.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • TILDEN, RIDGELY—
      • Assistant to G. P. Ingalls, Deputy Surveyor
  • 308
    • TITUS, JUDGE JOHN—
      • Tries Milton B. Duffield for carrying concealed weapons
  • 172 173
    • TRANSPORTATION—
      • Cost of
  • 14 289
    • TREASURER—
      • First report of Territorial Treasurer
  • 163
    • TRUEWORTHY, CAPT. THOS.—
      • Resolution of thanks to by Second Territorial Legislature
  • 161
    • TRUMAN, BEN C.—
      • Special Agent Postoffice Department writes description of Prescott
  • 256 et seq.
    • TUBAC—
      • Mention of
  • 7
    • TUCSON—
      • Principal town in Pima County
  • 7
      • made military head-quarters
  • 252
      • Law and Order Committee formed
  • 254
      • badly governed but reformed by Judge Chas. Meyer
  • 254 255
      • flouring-mill put up by R. Jackson
  • 255
      • flouring-mill erected by James Lee and W. F. Scott, who sell to E. N. Fish
  • 256
      • Catholics return, build church, etc
  • 293 et seq.
    • TUMACACORI—
      • Mention of
  • 6
    • TURNER, CHIEF JUSTICE—
      • Charge to Grand Jury
  • 204 et seq.
    • TYSON, CHARLES—
      • Builds five-stamp mill at Vulture Mine
  • 281
    • UPTON, GENL. L.—
      • Surveyor-general District of California
  • 306
      • makes contract for surveys with Wilfred F. Ingalls and George P. Ingalls
  • 306
    • UTAH—
      • Makes attempt to get slice of Northern Arizona
  • 202
    • VALENTINE—
      • Mention of
  • 43
    • VALLEJO, MAJOR SALVADOR—
      • In charge of California Volunteers composing re-enforcements for Arizona
  • 123
    • VAN DER MEHN, JOHN—
      • First lieutenant in Arizona Volunteers, did not serve
  • 99 100
    • VAN DUZEN—
      • Mention of
  • 38
    • VEKOL MINE—
      • Discovery of
  • 118 119
    • VERDE VALLEY—
      • First white settlement in
  • 215 et seq.
      • dissensions
  • 218 219
      • take out irrigating ditch
  • 222 et seq.
      • Indians make raid upon
  • 225
      • portion of party become discouraged and leave
  • 229
      • new arrivals
  • 230
      • more Indian troubles
  • 231 et seq.
      • U. S. Quartermaster refuses to purchase crops
  • 239
      • finally purchases same
  • 240
      • more Indian troubles
  • 241 et seq.
      • military sent for protection prove useless
  • 243 et seq.
    • VICKREY, G. H.—
      • Mention of
  • 49
    • VIGILANCE COMMITTEES—
      • In Yuma and Tucson
  • 254
    • VINCENT—
      • School teacher sent by Catholic Church to Territory
  • 293
    • VOLUNTEERS, THE ARIZONA—
      • Authority given Governor to raise regiment
  • 93 et seq.
      • for companies organized, officers, etc
  • 96
      • Indian fighting by
  • 97 et seq.
      • report of Capt. H. S. Washburn
  • 98 et seq.
      • termination of organization
  • 109
      • report of Lieut. Oscar Hutton
  • 112 et seq.
      • receive no pay
  • 116
    • VULTURE MINE—
      • Checkered career of
  • 280 et seq.
      • “WACO BILL”—
      • Texas bad man has encounter with Milton B. Duffield
  • 169 170
    • WAGON ROADS—
      • Congress fails to pass bill for
  • 202
    • WALDEMAR, P.—
      • Surveyed ditch on Colorado River reservation
  • 318
    • WALDEMAR—
      • With R. W. Groom surveys town of Prescott
  • 58
    • WALKER, CAPT. J. D.—
      • Captain of company of Pima Indians in Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
      • report of fight with Apaches
  • 97
      • biography of
  • 117
    • WALKER, CAPT.—
      • Mention of
  • 12
    • WALKER, JOSEPH R.—
      • Mention of
  • 315
    • WALKER, JUANA—
      • Pima Indian girl, claims estate of Capt. J. D. Walker
  • 119 120
    • WALKER, LUCIEN—
      • Brother of J. D., mention of
  • 119
    • WALL, STEWART—
      • In “Battle Flat Fight,”
  • 136
    • WALLAPAIS—
      • Friendly to whites
  • 21
    • WALLEN, LIEUT-COL. H. D.—
      • Commends Capt. H. S. Washburn of Arizona Volunteers for services against Indians
  • 111
    • WALNUT GROVE—
      • Settlement in
  • 271
    • WALTERS, JAMES—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • WARDEN, WILT—
      • With Joe Fye (Phy) chase and kill Mexicans who murdered Sam Cullumber and station-keeper
  • 70 71
    • WARD, HENRY McC.—
      • Elected to Third Territorial Legislature
  • 165
    • WASHBURN, H. S.—
      • Captain of First company of Arizona Volunteers
  • 96
      • report of activities against Indians
  • 98 et seq.
      • commended by Lieut.-Col. H. D. Wallen
  • 111
      • his record
  • 120
    • WATTRON, F. J.—
      • Sheriff of Navajo County describes Capt. W. H. Hardy
  • 73 74
    • WEAVER—
      • Town of, description of
  • 19
    • WEAVER, BEN—
      • Comes to Arizona with C. B. Genung
  • 28
    • WEAVER, BEN H.—
      • Biography of
  • 261 et seq.
    • WEAVER MINING DISTRICT—
      • Mention of
  • 9
    • WEAVER, PAULINE—
      • Mention of
  • 65
    • WEBBER, DR.—
      • One of original locators of Rich Hill, mention of by C. B. Genung
  • 29
    • WELLS AND OSBORN PARTY—
      • Personnel of
  • 268
    • WELLS, CAPT. E. W.—
      • Captain of Wells and Osborn party, early arrival at Prescott
  • 268
    • WELLS, JUDGE E. W.—
      • Description of Indian cunning in watching whites
  • 88
      • biography of
  • 269 et seq.
    • WHITCOMB—
      • With wife joins first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 223
    • WHITE—
      • Mention of
  • 51
    • WHITING, MAJ. WILLIAM H.—
      • Member of firm of Geo. F. Hooper & Co
  • 264
    • WICKENBURG—
      • Town of, description of
  • 19
    • WICKENBURG, HENRY—
      • Mention of
  • 60 61
    • WILLIAMS, FRED T.—
      • Sent to assist C. B. Genung on Colorado River reservation
  • 322
    • WILLIAMS, W. W.—
      • Mention of
  • 129
    • WILLIAMSON VALLEY—
      • Settlement in
  • 250 251 271
    • WILLING, DR.—
      • Mention of
  • 63
    • WILSEY, JESSE—
      • Assistant to W. H. Pierce, Deputy Surveyor
  • 305
    • WILSON, JOS. S., Commissioner of General Land Office—
      • Approves selection of “Initial Point,”
  • 304
    • WOOLSEY, KING S.—
      • With A. H. Peeples organizes party to follow thieving Indians
  • 46
      • organizes party to go after Apaches
  • 55
      • elected to Second Territorial Legislature
  • 149
      • one of incorporators of Atlantic & Pacific Railroad
  • 199
      • with George Martin purchases Agua Caliente ranch
  • 277
    • WOOLSEY RANCH—
      • Settlement at
  • 272
    • WORMSER & CO.—
      • Early merchants in Prescott
  • 260
    • WRIGHTSON, WILLIAM—
      • Murdered by Indians
  • 130
    • WRIGHT, COL.—
      • In command at mouth of San Pedro
  • 126
    • YATES, CHARLES—
      • Joins first white party to settle in Verde Valley
  • 224
    • YAVAPAI COUNTY—
      • Description of
  • 15 et seq.
      • mines and ores of
  • 17 et seq.
    • YAVAPAIS—
      • Friendly to whites
  • 21
      • gathered in by C. B. Genung on to Colorado River reservation
  • 315 et seq.
    • YUMA—
      • Dispute with California over ownership of town of
  • 203
      • description of by Genl. Rusling
  • 251 252
      • Vigilance Committee formed
  • 254
      • Catholic church built
  • 298
    • YUMA COUNTY—
      • Description of in 1865
  • 8 et seq.
    • YUMA, FORT—
      • Ferry across Colorado River at
  • 12
    • YUMA MINING DISTRICT—
      • Mention of
  • 9
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