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  • ACEQUIAS-Ruins of ancient
  • -- 29
    • ADAMS, CHARLES-Founder of Adamsville
  • -- 46
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 91
    • ADAMS, CHARLES L.-One of first to put fields in cultivation in Salt River Valley
  • -- 73
    • ADAMS, JOHN AND WIFE-Claimed that daughter of, first white child born in Phoenix
  • -- 264
    • ADAMS, MISS-Marriage to Wm. Johnson in 1868, at Fort McDowell
  • -- 266 267
    • ADAMSVILLE-One of first settlements along Gila River
  • -- 46
      • established by Charles Adams
  • -- 46
      • William Dumont, first postmaster
  • -- 46
      • postoffice name changed to Sanford
  • -- 46
      • first modern flouring mill in Territory erected at Adamsville by Bichard Bros.
  • -- 48
    • AGRICULTURE-Makes rapid strides in Salt River Valley
  • -- 115
      • estimate of arable land in Territory
  • -- 115 116
      • land under cultivation
  • -- 116
      • production
  • -- 117
      • in Salt River Valley
  • -- 137 et seq.
      • first harvesting machinery brought in by Crete Bryan and W. J. Mulholland
  • -- 137
      • mentioned by Surveyor General John Watson in report
  • -- 314
    • ALLEN, JOHN B.-Pre-empts Maricopa Wells
  • -- 65
    • ALSAP, JOHN T.-One of organizers of Phoenix Ditch Co.
  • -- 86
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 91
      • member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
      • appointed Probate Judge of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
      • one of first lawyers in Phoenix
  • -- 213
      • mention of
  • -- 270 271
    • ALVANEY, JOHN-With McKinnie erects building at East Phoenix
  • -- 99
    • AMMERMAN, JOHN-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 91
    • ANCIENT RUINS-See Ruins
  • --
      • Acequias
  • --
    • ANDERSON, J. W.-Pioneer of Florence and vicinity
  • -- 53
      • member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • ANDRADA, SYLVESTER-Early settler in vicinity of Florence
  • -- 53
    • APACHES-Band of wiped out by residents of Florence
  • -- 62 63
    • AVERSCH, JOHN-Early farmer in Salt River Valley
  • -- 151
    • BAILEY, STEVE-Pioneer of Florence and vicinity
  • -- 56
    • BAIN, B. C.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • BALZAN, CHARLES-Early settler in Tempe
  • -- 109
    • BANTA, A. F.-Mention of
  • -- 275
    • BARNARD, GEO. W.-Postmaster at Prescott, secures postal facilities for Phoenix
  • -- 221
    • BARNES, PETER-Member of Swilling party
  • -- 71
    • BARNETT, AARON-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • BARNETT & BLOCK-Farm land at East Phoenix or Mill City
  • -- 99
      • early merchants in Phoenix
  • -- 198
      • early freighters
  • -- 216
      • mention of
  • -- 232
    • BARNUM, THOMAS-One of organizers of Phoenix Ditch Co.
  • -- 86
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
      • first elected Sheriff of Maricopa County
  • -- 101
    • BARROCHE, J. R.-One of first lawyers in Phoenix
  • -- 213
    • BARTH, SOLOMON-Biography of
  • -- 276 288
    • BAUERLEIN, JULIUS-First baker in Phoenix
  • -- 179 214
    • BEACH, CHARLES-Early settler in Tempe
  • -- 109
    • BEACH, CHARLES W.-One of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • BEATTY, JAMES C.-Killed by Richard McGregor
  • -- 235
    • BECKER, GUSTAVE-Builder of "Becker Commercial Company,"
  • -- 288
    • BECKER, JULIUS-Pioneer merchant of Round Valley
  • -- 288
    • BEES-First in Phoenix kept by J. Chamberlin
  • -- 215
    • BENTON, ROBERT-Killed by Indians
  • -- 290
    • BERRANDO, --.-Locates at Holbrook
  • -- 280
      • his generosity and hospitality
  • -- 291
    • BERRY, JUDGE WILLIAM J.-Purchases first lot in Town of Phoenix
  • -- 102 164
    • BERTRAN, GEORGE-Early resident of Phoenix
  • -- 180
    • BICHARD & CO.-Erect flouring mill at Phoenix
  • -- 98 217
      • destruction of same by fire
  • -- 218 219
    • BICHARD BROS.-Erect first modern flouring mill in Territory at Adamsville
  • -- 48
      • erect flouring mill in Phoenix, but lose same through fire
  • -- 175
      • lose Phoenix property
  • -- 176
    • BIDWELL, THOMAS J.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • BIRTHS-First in Phoenix disputed question
  • --
      • many claimants
  • -- 224 225 264
    • BLOCK, BENJAMIN-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • BOWERS & CO.-Operate flouring mill on Agua Fria
  • -- 229
    • BOYD, JOHN-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • BRADY, PETER R.-Mention of
  • -- 54
    • BRANNAMAN, JOHN-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • BRECHT, W.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • BRICK BUILDING-First brick building in Phoenix
  • -- 226
    • BRIDGES-Lack of mentioned by General Rusling
  • -- 23
    • BRINLEY, C. H.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • BROADWAY, NOAH M.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
      • one of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
      • one of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • BROWN, GEORGE A.-Old resident of Florence, his reminiscences
  • -- 50 et seq.
    • BROWN, W. R.-One of organizers of Hayden Milling & Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • BRYAN, GEORGE-One of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
    • BRYAN, J. M. (CRETE)-One of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
      • with W. J. Mulholland, brings into Salt River Valley first harvesting machinery
  • -- 137
      • one of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • BUCK, GEORGE W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
      • marriage to Matilda Murray, first in Phoenix
  • -- 222 223
    • BUILDING BRICK-First manufactured in Phoenix
  • -- 226
    • BUKER, E. K.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
      • first postmaster of Mill City
  • -- 119
    • BUNCH, PROF. E. C.-Reminiscences of early days in Territory
  • -- 284 et seq.
    • CADY, JOHN-Opens first restaurant in Phoenix
  • -- 214
    • CANALS AND DITCHES-Early irrigation canals in and around Florence
  • -- 51 et seq.
      • early irrigation canals in Salt River Valley
  • -- 85 et seq.
  • -- 146 et seq.
    • CARLEY, BOB-Early settler in Tempe
  • -- 109
    • CARPENTER, CROMWELL A.-Follows Swilling party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
      • pioneer saloonkeeper of Phoenix
  • -- 192
    • CARR, LARKIN W.-One of owners of stage station at Maricopa Wells
  • -- 66
      • mention of
  • -- 208
    • CASEY, JOHN-Erects adobe walls for first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246
    • CARTER, CHARLES-Elected Justice of Peace
  • -- 123
      • appointed Justice of Peace by Gov. Safford
  • -- 133
    • CARTER, EUGENE-Leads Pimas and Maricopas in raid on Apaches
  • -- 141 142
    • CARTTER, HARLEY H.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
      • elected President of Council vice Daniel H. Stickney, deceased
  • -- 125
    • CATE, C. F.-One of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
      • one of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
      • early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 184
    • CAVANESS & COSGROVE-Pioneer saloonkeepers of Phoenix, blacksmiths, freighters, etc.
  • -- 192 193 216
    • CAVANESS, A. T.-Claimed to have been first American born in Phoenix
  • -- 224
    • CAVANESS, JEREMIAH-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • CAVANESS, MATT-First brewer in Phoenix
  • -- 179
      • partner of Frank Cosgrove in many enterprises
  • -- 192 193
    • CHAMBERLIN, J.-First to keep bees and manufacture honey in Phoenix
  • -- 215
    • CHAPMAN, --.-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
    • CHENOWITH & FENTER-Early freighters in Arizona
  • -- 216
    • CHENOWITH, "GUS"-Conducts private school in Phoenix
  • -- 245
    • CHENOWITH, J. A.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
      • one of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
      • one of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
      • kills Jim Favorite
  • -- 101
    • CHINESE-First to arrive in Phoenix
  • -- 214
    • CHRISTMAS TREE-Given to pupils of first school in Phoenix
  • -- 251
    • CHURCHES-First Catholic Church in Central Arizona built in Florence
  • -- 57
      • establishment of in Salt River Valley
  • -- 235 et seq.
      • first Catholic service in Salt River Valley
  • -- 240 241
      • services of Rev. Charles H. Cook among Pimas and Maricopas
  • -- 241
    • CLARK, MARION-Pioneer of Round Valley
  • -- 277
    • COLLAS, A. & CO.-Early merchants in Phoenix
  • -- 176
    • COLLINGWOOD, JOSEPH-Opens first store in Florence
  • -- 49
    • COLLINS, MORTON-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • COLTER, FRED T.-In fight with father against Victorio and Geronimo
  • -- 305
    • COLTER, JAMES G. H.-Interview with
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      • locates at Nutrioso
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      • experiences with desperadoes, Indians and outlaws
  • --
      • fight with Jack Olney
  • --
      • fight with Geronimo and Victorio
  • -- 293 et seq.
    • CONNELL, MIKE-Tries to kill Dan Twomey, but is prevented by McGoldrick
  • -- 82
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • COOK, --.-First photographer in Phoenix
  • -- 215
    • COOK, REV. CHARLES H.-Services of among Pima and Maricopa Indians
  • -- 241
    • COOLEY, C. E.-Biography of
  • -- 275 278
    • COOLEY, DAVID-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • COPELAND & STEEL-Early butchers in Phoenix
  • -- 196
    • COPELAND, ISAAC-One of rediscoverers and early owners of Silver King Mine
  • -- 60
    • COSGROVE, FRANK-Early blacksmith in Phoenix
  • -- 179
      • partner of Mat Cavaness in many enterprises
  • -- 192 193
    • COTTON, JAMES M.-With George E. Mowry erects finest building in Phoenix
  • -- 193 et seq.
    • COTTRELL, DAVID-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • COULTER, GEORGE-Mention of
  • -- 165
    • CREAGH, PADDY-Deputy Sheriff killed by Indians
  • -- 290
    • CROWLEY, C. P.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • CURTIS-Contributes building material for first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246 247
    • DAGUERRA, A.-One of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • DARROCHE, J. R.-First school teacher in Phoenix
  • -- 242
    • DAVIES, CHARLES-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • DAVIS, MR. AND MRS. BEN-Mention of
  • -- 234
    • DAVIS, JAMES W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • DEATH (NATURAL)-First American in Phoenix
  • -- 226
    • DELEGATE TO CONGRESS-See R. C. McCormick
  • --
    • DENNIS, JOHN T.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • DENSLINGER, JACOB-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
    • DICKINSON, I. L.-Early resident of Salt River Valley
  • -- 153
    • DIETRICH, DANIEL-Member of firm of H. Morgan & Co.
  • -- 205
    • DOBBINS, MARCUS D.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
      • elected Speaker of House of Representatives
  • -- 125
    • DODD, HENRY W.-Biography of
  • -- 275
    • DONNELLEY, GEO. W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • DUMONT, WILLIAM-First postmaster at Adamsville
  • -- 46
    • DUPPA, BRIAN P. D. (DARRELL)-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
      • names "Phoenix,"
  • -- 74
      • description and biography of
  • -- 74 et seq.
      • death of
  • -- 78 79
    • EAST PHOENIX-See "Mill City."
  • --
    • ELDERS, --.-One of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • ELIAS, JUAN-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • ELLIOTT, JAMES McC.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
      • appointed Supervisor of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
    • ELLIOTT, R. M.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • ELLIOTT, WM. K.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • EVANS, --.-Partner of James Stinson
  • -- 280
    • EWING, TOM-First postmaster at Florence
  • -- 58
    • FARLEY, TOM-Runs restaurant at East Phoenix
  • -- 100
    • FAULKNER, A.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
    • FAVORITE, JIM-Killed by Chenowith in quarrel over sheriff's office
  • -- 101
    • FENTER, MINNIE-Claimed to be first American born in Phoenix
  • -- 225
    • FENTER, WILLIAM D.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • FEW, --.-Manufactures first building brick in Phoenix
  • -- 226
    • FIELDS, A. W.-One of organizers of Hayden Milling & Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • FISH, E. N., & CO.-Among first business men in Florence
  • -- 50
      • mention of
  • -- 232
    • FITZPATRICK, MRS. ALABAMA-Early school teacher in Phoenix
  • -- 249
      • marriage to John Montgomery
  • -- 252
    • FITZGERALD, HENRY-Marriage of to sister of John F. Crampton
  • -- 268 269
    • FITZGERALD, J. H.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
      • commits suicide at Mill City
  • -- 136
    • FLAKE, W. J.-Buys out James H. Stinson on Silver Creek
  • -- 280
    • FLORENCE-One of first settlements along Gila River
  • -- 46
      • first house in built by Levi Ruggles
  • -- 48
      • first store in opened by Joseph Collingwood
  • -- 49
      • Tom Ewing first postmaster at
  • -- 58
      • residents of wipe out band of Apaches
  • -- 62 63
      • official naming of by Maj. Ben. C. Truman
  • -- 113
      • named after sister of Gov. McCormick
  • -- 113
    • FLOURING MILL-Erected at Mill City by W. B. Hellings & Co.
  • -- 98
      • erected at Phoenix by Bichard & Co.
  • -- 98
      • number in Territory
  • -- 228 229
    • FORBES, DR.-One of first physicians in Phoenix
  • -- 195 196
    • FORD, WILLIAM W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
    • FORSEE, GEORGE W.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 92
    • FORT MOHAVE-Conditions at in 1868
  • -- 42
    • FORT WHIPPLE-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 39 40
    • FOSTER, JOHN-Mention of
  • -- 304
    • FOURTH OF JULY-Celebration in Phoenix in 1872
  • -- 189
    • FOUTS, J. E.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
    • FOWLER, W. L.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • FRANKLIN, MISS LAURA B.-Marries John J. Gardiner
  • -- 192
    • FRATERNAL ORDERS-Masonic and Odd Fellows
  • -- 227
    • FREIGHTERS-List of early ones
  • -- 216
    • FREIGHT RATES-Mentioned by General Rusling
  • -- 2
    • FRENCH, S. M.-Early resident of Phoenix
  • -- 180
    • FRUITER, W. D.-Early resident of Phoenix
  • -- 180
    • FUSON, GEORGE W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
    • FYE, JOSEPH-One of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
    • GARDINER, JOHN J.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
      • first hotelkeeper in Phoenix
  • -- 179
      • biography of
  • -- 188 et seq.
    • GARDINER, MRS. J. J.-Only American woman in Phoenix in 1871
  • -- 225
    • GARFIELD, --.-One of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • GARRETT, W. M.-One of organizers of Hayden Milling & Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • GEORGE, JOHNNY-Early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 183
      • with Jack Walters erects fine building in Phoenix
  • -- 197
      • biography of
  • -- 198
    • GILA RIVER-Settlements along
  • -- 45 et seq.
    • GILA VALLEY-Described by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 4
    • GILMORE, CHAPLAIN-Of Fort Whipple, holds services in Prescott
  • -- 236 237
    • GLOVER, W. A.-Early school teacher in Phoenix
  • -- 245
    • GOLDBERG BROS.-Mention of
  • -- 194
    • GOLDMAN, ADOLF-Member of firm of Goldman Bros.
  • -- 203
    • GOLDMAN BROS.-Early Phoenix merchants
  • -- 203
    • GOLDMAN, CHARLES-Member of firm of Goldman Bros.
  • -- 203
    • GOLDMAN, LEO-Member of firm of Goldman Bros.
  • -- 203
    • GOLDWATER BROS.-Early merchants in Phoenix
  • -- 207
      • contribute building material for first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246
    • GOLDWATER, JOE-Member of firm of Goldwater Bros.
  • -- 207
      • in company with Dr. W. W. Jones and Mike Goldwater attacked by Indians
  • --
      • receives wound in back
  • -- 211 212
      • first postmaster of Ehrenberg
  • -- 212
    • GOLDWATER, JULIUS A.-Early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 185
    • GOLDWATER, MIKE-Member of firm of Goldwater Bros.
  • -- 207
      • in company with Dr. W. W. Jones and Joe Goldwater attacked by Indians
  • -- 211, 212
    • GOLDWATER, MORRIS-Early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 185
      • becomes partner in firm of Goldwater Bros.
  • --
      • first telegraph operator in Phoenix
  • -- 210 211
    • GOODWIN, F. H.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • GOVERNOR-See McCormick
  • --
    • GRANIO, S.-Early butcher in Phoenix
  • -- 196
    • GRANT, JAMES-Mention of
  • -- 165
      • early stage proprietor and owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 184 214 215
    • GRAY, COLUMBUS H.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
      • appointed Supervisor of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
      • biography of by widow
  • -- 254 et seq.
    • GRAY, MRS. MARY A.-Reminiscences of early times in Salt River Valley
  • -- 254 et seq.
    • GRAZING-Mention of
  • -- 117
      • mentioned by Surveyor General John Wasson in report
  • -- 316
    • GREENHAW, HOSEA G.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
    • GREGG, GENERAL-Personally commands expedition against Indians
  • -- 37
    • GRIFFIN, BENJAMIN F.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
    • GRIFFIN, MARTIN P.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
      • appointed Supervisor of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
      • appointed Townsite Commissioner of Phoenix
  • -- 181
    • GRIFFIN, N. L.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • GRINNELL & CO.-Start mercantile establishment at Maricopa Wells
  • -- 65
    • GROVER, EDWIN W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
      • member of firm of W. B. Hellings & Co.
  • -- 231
    • GROVES, REV. ALEXANDER-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
      • first regularly ordained minister of Methodist Episcopal Church South appointed for Arizona
  • -- 235
      • his arrival and services in the Salt River Valley
  • -- 236 et seq.
    • GROWL, MILTON B.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
    • GRUBB, C. H.-Member of firm of W. B. Hellings & Co.
  • -- 231
    • HAMILTON, D.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
    • HAMILTON, M. H.-Early resident of Phoenix
  • -- 180
    • HAMMONDS, G. A.-One of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
    • HANCOCK, MISS CARRIE G.-Early school teacher in Tempe and Phoenix
  • -- 249
    • HANCOCK, WILLIAM A.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
      • with George Mowry commences building at East Phoenix
  • -- 100
      • appointed first Sheriff of Maricopa County
  • -- 102 133
      • surveys town of Phoenix
  • -- 102
      • erects first store building in Phoenix
  • -- 134 171
      • one of first lawyers in Phoenix
  • -- 179 213
      • succeeds John M. Olvany as postmaster at Phoenix
  • -- 221
      • biography of
  • -- 270 271
    • HARDYVILLE-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 41
    • HARGRAVE, ELI TAYLOR-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
      • becomes partner of "Pete" Holcomb in first butcher shop in Phoenix
  • -- 196
    • HARRIS, JOHN C.-Pioneer of Florence and vicinity
  • -- 55
    • HARTT, J. B.-Mention of
  • -- 120
    • HAYDEN, CHAS. T.-One of organizers of Hayden Milling & Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
      • founder of Tempe
  • -- 103 104
      • experience as Probate Judge in Tucson
  • -- 104
      • constructs large flouring mill at Tempe
  • -- 220 221
    • HAYDEN MILLING & FARMING DITCH CO.-Notice of appropriation of water from Salt River
  • -- 88
    • HAYDEN'S FERRY-See "Tempe."
  • --
    • HAYS, TOM C.-Early resident of Phoenix
  • -- 180
    • HELLINGS & VEIL-Mention of
  • -- 232
    • HELLINGS, E. E.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • HELLINGS, WM. B.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 93
    • HELLINGS, W. B. & CO.-Erect flouring mill at Mill City
  • -- 98
      • increase in business
  • -- 119 121
    • HENDERSON, J. M.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
    • HEYNE, C. R.-First assayer in Phoenix
  • -- 215
    • HICKEY, PHILIP K.-Mention of
  • -- 226
    • HILDEBRAND, C. M.-Early settler in Tempe
  • -- 110
    • HILL, JOHN J.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • HILTIBRAND, CHRISTOPHER C. N.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • HOAGUE, THOMAS J. L. (JOHN)-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
      • first Notary Public in Phoenix Settlement
  • -- 82
    • HOLCOMB, JAMES P. (PETE)-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
      • first butcher in Phoenix
  • -- 196
    • HOLLAND, PAT-Early settler in vicinity of Florence
  • -- 52
    • HOLMES, GEORGE W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • HOLMES, WM. A. (HUNKADORA)-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • HOOPER, GEO. B., & CO.-Conduct mercantile establishment at Maricopa Wells
  • -- 65
    • HOOPER, WM. B., & CO.-Mention of
  • -- 226
    • HUNT, J. L.-Puts shingle roof on first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246
    • HUBBELL, J. LORENZO-Reminiscences of early days in the Territory
  • -- 281 et seq.
    • HUNTER, THOMAS THOMPSON-Biography of
  • -- 260
      • early reminiscences of Salt River Valley
  • -- 260 et seq.
      • mentions Indians eating caterpillars
  • -- 263
    • INDIAN RESERVATIONS-Pima and Maricopa described by General Rusling
  • -- 8
    • INDIANS-Apaches and River Indians on warpath
  • -- 1
      • description of Pimas and Maricopas by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 8 et seq.
      • population
  • --
    • of
  • -- 32
      • raids and murders by
  • -- 33 et seq.
      • band of Apaches wiped out by residents of Florence
  • -- 62 63
      • Maricopa Charley's ridiculous purchases
  • -- 68
      • Pimas and Maricopas under Eugene Carter, make raid on Apaches
  • -- 141 142
      • Pimas and Maricopas eat caterpillars
  • -- 263
      • murders by
  • -- 289 290
    • IRRIGATION-See Canals and Ditches
  • --
    • IRVINE, EDWARD-Description of J. W. Swilling's ranch and home
  • -- 120
      • one of first lawyers in Phoenix
  • -- 179 213
      • biography of
  • -- 187
    • IRVINE, J. A. R.-Mention of
  • -- 188
    • IRVINE, THOMAS-Mention of
  • -- 188
    • JACKSON, CALVIN-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • JACKSON, JESSE-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • JACKSON, S.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • JAEGER, L. J. F.-Stockholder in Swilling Irrigating Canal Co.
  • -- 71
    • JAMES, GEORGE-Early farmer in Salt River Valley
  • -- 140
    • JOHNSON, WM.-Married to Miss Adams in 1868 at Fort McDowell
  • -- 266 267
    • JONES, DR. W. W.-Experience with Michael Wormser
  • -- 199 200
      • in company with Joe and Mike Goldwater attacked by Indians
  • -- 211 212
      • one of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • KELLOGG, BENJAMIN W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • KENDALL, L. C.-Early carpenter in Phoenix
  • -- 179
    • KENYON, CHARLES H.-Marriage of to Mary E. Moore, one of first in Phoenix
  • -- 208 223
    • KIRKLAND, WILLIAM H.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
      • mention of
  • -- 169
      • daughter of claimed to be first American born in Phoenix
  • -- 225
    • KITCHEN, PETE-Description of trip from his ranch to Sonora
  • -- 44
    • KNOTT, JOS. W.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • LA FORCE, WM.-One of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
    • LARSEN, JOHN-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
      • first to take up homestead claim in Salt River Valley
  • -- 82
    • LATIMER, --.-Stockholder in Swilling Irrigating Canal Co.
  • -- 71
    • LAVERY, ROBERT-One of organizers of Hayden Milling & Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • LE BARR, JOHNNY-Mention of
  • -- 196
    • LEE, JAMES-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
    • LEGAL-First District Court in Maricopa County presided over by Judge Charles A. Tweed
  • -- 136
      • Chief Justice Wm. F. Turner succeeded by John Titus
  • -- 136
      • William A. Hancock, E. Irvine, John T. Alsap and J. R. Barroche first lawyers in Phoenix
  • -- 213
    • LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY-Convening of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
      • personnel of
  • -- 124
      • creates Maricopa County
  • -- 127 et seq.
      • passes law for establishment of public schools
  • -- 242
    • LEON, FRANCISCO S.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • LILES, ABRAHAM B.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • LONG, ANTHONY-Pioneer of Round Valley and vicinity
  • -- 277
    • LONG WILLIAM H.-One of rediscoverers and early owners of Silver King Mine
  • -- 60
    • LOPEZ, VICTORIO-Pioneer of Florence and vicinity
  • -- 56
    • LORING, GEORGE-Early merchant in Phoenix
  • -- 176 177
    • LUKE, A.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • LUMBER-Scarcity of in Phoenix
  • -- 227
    • McCORMICK, GOV. R. C.-With wife joins Genl. Rusling's party
  • -- 3
      • when Delegate to Congress has postoffice name of Adamsville changed to Sanford to satisfy personal grudge
  • -- 47
    • McCULLOUGH, JOE-Pioneer of Round Valley and vicinity
  • -- 277
    • McDERMOTT, C. C.-Clerk of first District Court to be held in Maricopa County
  • -- 136
      • first notary public in Maricopa County
  • -- 213
    • McGOLDRICK, THOMAS-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
      • saves Dan Twomey's life when Mike Connell tries to kill him
  • -- 82
    • McGRATH, MICHAEL-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
    • McGREGOR, RICHARD-Kills James C. Beatty
  • -- 235
    • McINTOSH, T. W.-Mention of
  • -- 208
    • McKEAN, REV. FRANKLIN-Mention of
  • -- 170 179
      • arrival and labors in Phoenix
  • -- 236
    • McKINNIE, JAMES B.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
      • with Alvaney erects building at East Phoenix
  • -- 99
    • McMULLEN, J.-One of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
    • McPHERSON, T.-One of organizers of Monterey Ditch Co.
  • -- 91
    • McWILLIAMS, THOMAS-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
    • MARICOPA CHARLEY-Story of his ridiculous purchases told by John F. Crampton
  • -- 68
    • MARICOPA COUNTY-Created by Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 127 et seq.
      • comments on creation of
  • -- 129 et seq.
      • text of bill creating
  • -- 130 et seq.
      • officials appointed by Governor Safford
  • -- 133
      • first courthouse erected by Hancock & Monihon
  • -- 134 135 173
    • MARICOPAS-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 8 et seq.
    • MARICOPA WELLS-Description of
  • -- 64 65
      • pre-empted by John B. Allen
  • -- 65
    • MARMADUKE, ANDREW J.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • MARRIAGES-Charles H. Kenyon and Mary E. Moore one of first in Phoenix
  • -- 208 209 223
      • George Buck and Matilda Murray first in Phoenix
  • -- 222 223
      • marriage of Wm. Johnson and Miss Adams at Fort McDowell
  • -- 266 267
      • marriage of sister of John F. Crampton to Henry Fitzgerald
  • -- 268 269
    • MARTIN, LUTHER-Pioneer
  • -- 280
    • MARYVILLE-Founded by William Rowe
  • -- 232 233
      • rise and fall of
  • -- 233 234
    • MASON, CHARLES G.-First settler in Florence
  • -- 49
      • one of rediscoverers and early owners of Silver King mine
  • -- 60
    • MASONIC LODGE-First in Territory and first in Phoenix
  • -- 227
    • MAXWELL, THOMAS-Robs parties at Maryville and is killed resisting arrest
  • -- 234 235
    • MELVIN, JOSEPH-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • MENASSEE & CO.-Early merchants in Phoenix
  • -- 179 187
    • MENASSEE, HEYMAN-Early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 183
    • MERCER, JAMES L.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
      • Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
      • appointed Recorder of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
    • MESQUITE-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 4
    • MESQUITE SCHOOL-E. M. Johnson first teacher at
  • -- 243
    • METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SOUTH-First Protestant organization established in Salt River Valley
  • -- 235
    • METZLER, FRANK S.-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
    • MEYER, CONRAD-Early settler in Tempe
  • -- 109
    • MILL CITY-W. B. Hellings & Co., erect flouring mill at
  • -- 98
      • early residents
  • -- 100 et seq.
      • fight with West Phoenix for location of townsite
  • -- 101
      • receives postal facilities
  • -- 119
      • E. K. Buker first postmaster
  • -- 119
      • description of
  • -- 123
    • MILLER BROS.-Sam and Jake, early freighters
  • -- 216
    • MILLER, JACOB-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • MILLER, WILLIAM-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
    • MILLER, WINCHESTER-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
      • biography of
  • -- 104 et seq.
    • MILITARY-Genl. Rusling visits Arizona to inspect posts
  • -- 1
      • expeditions against Indians
  • -- 36
    • MILLIGAN, WILLIAM R.-Pioneer of Round Valley
  • -- 276
    • MINES & MINING-Vulture Mine
  • -- 24 et seq.
      • mines around Prescott
  • -- 32
      • discovery of Silver King mine by Sullivan
  • -- 58
      • rediscovery of same by Isaac Copeland and associates
  • -- 60
      • mentioned by Surveyor-General John Wasson in report
  • -- 312
    • MING, DANIEL H.-With James Stinson locates on Silver Creek
  • -- 280
      • biography of
  • -- 280 281
    • MITCHELL, J. E. G.-Operates first carriage factory in Phoenix
  • -- 214
    • MONIHON, JAMES D.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
      • becomes prominent in Early Phoenix
  • -- 200 et seq.
      • biography of
  • -- 202
    • MONTEREY DITCH CO.-Notice of appropriation of water from Salt River
  • -- 90 91
    • MONTEZUMA-Profile of on mountain
  • -- 11 66 67
    • MONTGOMERY, JOHN B.-Purchases Darrell Duppa's place in Salt River Valley, afterwards Montgomery's Addition to Phoenix
  • -- 75
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
      • appointed Townsite Commissioner of Phoenix
  • -- 181
    • MOON, JOHN-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
      • elected constable
  • -- 123
    • MOORE & CARR-Mention of
  • -- 232
    • MOORE, JAMES A.-One of owners of stage station at Maricopa Wells
  • -- 66
    • MOORE, JOHNNIE-Owns property at East Phoenix
  • -- 100
    • MOORE, MARY E.-Marriage of to Charles H. Kenyon, one of first in Phoenix
  • -- 208 209 223
    • MOORE, MRS. JAMES A.-Mention of
  • -- 208
    • MOREAS, ANTONIO-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71
    • MORGAN, H. & CO.-Early owners of property in Phoenix
  • -- 183
      • early merchants
  • -- 205 206
    • MORGAN, HENRY-Conducts trading post in vicinity of Maricopa Wells
  • -- 65
      • senior member of firm of H. Morgan & Co., description of
  • -- 206
    • MORGAN, WILLIAM-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • MORMONS-Purchase water rights on Little Colorado, and begin agricultural development of country
  • -- 288
    • MORRIS, MARK-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • MORRELL, MATTHEW R.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
    • MORRELL, WILLIAM W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
    • MOWRY, GEORGE E.-With William A. Hancock commences building at East Phoenix
  • -- 100
      • appointed Treasurer of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
      • with James M. Cotton erects finest building in Phoenix
  • -- 193 et seq.
    • MULHOLLAND, W. J.-With Crete Bryan brings into Salt River Valley first harvesting machinery
  • -- 137
    • MURPHY & DENNIS-Early merchants in Phoenix
  • -- 175
      • early freighters
  • -- 216
    • MURPHY, JAMES-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • MURRAY, --.-Wounded by Indians
  • -- 289
    • MURRAY, JAMES F.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • MURRAY, MATILDA-Marriage to George Buck first in Phoenix
  • -- 222 223
    • MURRAY, WM. P.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 94
    • NELSON, JAMES-Early settler in Salt River Valley killed by Jim Smith
  • -- 81
    • NELSON, PETER-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
    • NEWSPAPER CORRESPONDENTS-Early ones in Maricopa County
  • -- 215 216
    • NORRIS, COLEMAN-Mention of
  • -- 259
    • NOTARY PUBLIC-C. C. McDermott, first one in Maricopa County
  • -- 213
    • NOVINGER, SIMON-Biography of
  • -- 271 272
    • NUTRIOSO-James G. H. Colter locates at
  • -- 294
    • OCHOA, ESTEVAN-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • ODDFELLOWS-INDEPENDENT ORDER OF-First Lodge in Territory and first Lodge in Phoenix
  • -- 227
    • OLVANY, JOHN M.-First postmaster at Phoenix
  • -- 221
      • succeeded by W. A. Hancock
  • -- 221
    • O'NEILL, WILLIAM J.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • ORME, LINDLEY H.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
    • OSBORN, JOHN P.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
      • appointed Townsite Commissioner of Phoenix
  • -- 181
    • OSBORN, NERI-Gives story of location of Phoenix townsite
  • -- 99 et seq.
    • OSBORN, WM. L.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
    • OTERO, JESUS-Early resident of Phoenix
  • -- 180
    • OURY, GRANVILLE H.-Mention of
  • -- 120
    • OUTLAWS-In early days of Territory
  • -- 292
    • PAH-UTE COUNTY-Larger portion annexed to Nevada and balance reverts to Mohave County
  • -- 128 129
    • PAINTED ROCKS-Referred to by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 6
    • PARKER, J.-Second school teacher in Phoenix
  • -- 245
    • PARKER, JAMES-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • PARKER, JOHN Y.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • PARKER, WILLIAM-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • PATTERSON, BENJAMIN F.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 95
    • PEARSON, RICHARD E.-Early carpenter in Phoenix
  • -- 179
      • makes desks for and does carpenter work on first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246
    • PEEPLES, A. H.-One of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
      • manufactures first beer in Phoenix
  • -- 193
    • PERALTA, MIGUEL L.-Early Phoenix merchant
  • -- 203
    • PERKINS, CHARLES R.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • PETERSON, NIELS-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
      • biography of
  • -- 111 112
    • PHILLIPS, JOHN H.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • PHOENIX-Location of townsite
  • -- 99 et seq.
      • fight with East Phoenix for location of townsite
  • -- 101
      • sales of lots and blocks
  • -- 102 et seq.
      • official naming of by Maj. Ben C. Truman
  • -- 112 et seq.
      • selection of townsite and sale of lots
  • -- 158 et seq.
      • William Smith, first merchant in
  • -- 174
      • other merchants
  • -- 175 et seq.
      • Townsite Commissioners appointed by Judge Alsap
  • -- 181
      • work of
  • -- 181 et seq.
      • first churches
  • -- 235 et seq.
      • first schools
  • -- 242 et seq.
      • erection of first school building in
  • -- 246 247
    • PHOENIX DITCH CO.-Notice of appropriation of water from Salt River
  • -- 85
    • PHOENIX SETTLEMENT-Named by Darrell Duppa
  • -- 74
    • PHY, JOSEPH-See "Fye."
  • --
    • PIERSON, J. H.-Early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 184
    • PIMAS-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 8 et seq.
    • PINAL COUNTY-First efforts to create
  • -- 57
      • bill to create introduced in Sixth Legislature
  • -- 125
      • substitute bill creating County of Maricopa introduced and carried
  • -- 127
    • POPE, W. H.-Pioneer barber of Phoenix
  • -- 193
    • POSTMASTER-Joe Goldwater first postmaster at Ehrenberg
  • -- 212
      • John M. Olvany first postmaster at Phoenix
  • -- 221
      • Charles Whitlow first postmaster of Maryville
  • -- 234
    • POSTON, C. D.-Attempts to establish Parsee religion on Primrose Hill in vicinity of Florence, now known as Poston's Folly
  • -- 64
    • POSTON'S FOLLY-Primrose Hill in vicinity of Florence, known as
  • -- 63 64
    • PRESCOTT-Described by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 31
    • PRESCOTT DITCH CO.-Notice of appropriation of water from Salt River
  • -- 87 88
    • PRIEST, J. T.-Early settler in Tempe
  • -- 109
      • biography of
  • -- 110 111
    • PRIMROSE HILL-Mountain in vicinity of Florence made famous by C. D. Poston
  • --
      • also known as "Poston's Folly,"
  • -- 63 64
    • REGAN, BENJAMIN W.-One of rediscoverers and early owners of Silver King Mine
  • -- 60
    • RICHMOND, JAMES-Killed by Indians
  • -- 290
    • RIGGS, B. F.-One of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
      • one of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
    • ROACH, JOHN-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
      • pioneer saloonkeeper in Phoenix
  • -- 192
    • ROADS-Lack of mentioned by General Rusling
  • -- 23
    • ROBERTS, GEORGE-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
      • with A. H. Peeples manufactures first beer in Phoenix
  • -- 193
      • first milkman in Phoenix, and, with J. Romain, first to manufacture wine
  • -- 215
    • RODGERS, LEWIS-Early farmer in Salt River Valley
  • -- 140
    • ROGERS, --.-One of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • ROHLING, MORITZ-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • ROMAIN, J.-With George Roberts, first to manufacture wine in Phoenix
  • -- 215
    • ROMANO, RAMON-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • ROPER, THOMAS D.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • ROUND VALLEY-Settlers in
  • -- 285
    • ROWE, WILLIAM-Locates at Maryville, takes out ditch and cultivates ranch
  • -- 232 233
      • victim of many Indian raids
  • -- 233
    • RUGGLES, LEVI-Builds first house in Florence
  • -- 48
      • Register and Receiver of Land Office
  • -- 48
    • RUINS-Of ancient acequias and canals
  • -- 29
      • of ancient buildings
  • -- 30
    • RUMBERG, C. D.-First to install machinery for grinding sugar cane and manufacturing syrup in Phoenix
  • -- 215
    • RUMBERG, J. DIRELY-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • RUSH, JOHN A.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • RUSLING, GENERAL JAMES E.-As agent of War Department to inspect posts, comes to Arizona
  • -- 1
      • describes conditions
  • -- 2 et seq.
    • ST. JOHNS-Commencement of by John Walker
  • -- 275 276
      • Sol. Barth one of builders of
  • -- 276
      • coming of J. Lorenzo Hubbell
  • -- 281
    • SAFFORD, GOV. A. P. K.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
      • signs bill creating Maricopa County
  • -- 127
      • appoints officials for, Maricopa County
  • -- 133
    • SAGUARO (GIANT CACTUS)-Described by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 7
    • SALOONS-Number of in Phoenix in 1872
  • -- 206
    • SALT RIVER DITCH COMPANY-Notice of appropriation of waters of Salt River
  • -- 86
    • SALT RIVER FARMING DITCH CO.-Notice of appropriation of water from Salt River
  • -- 89 90
    • SALT RIVER VALLEY-Settlement of
  • -- 69 et seq.
      • appropriations of water for irrigation
  • -- 85 et seq.
      • progress of and agriculture in
  • -- 137 et seq.
      • first harvesting machines brought in by Crete Bryan and W. J. Mulholland
  • -- 137
      • canals and ditches
  • -- 146 et seq.
      • progress of
  • -- 228 et seq.
      • early churches in
  • -- 235 et seq.
      • early schools in
  • -- 241 et seq.
    • SALT RIVER VALLEY ASSOCIATION-Formation of and appointment of John T. Alsap, James Murphy and J. T. Perry appointed commissioners to survey townsite and sell lots
  • -- 162 et seq.
    • SANDERSON, W.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • SANFORD-Postoffice name given to Adamsville
  • -- 47
      • much contention over change of name
  • -- 47
    • SAN XAVIER DEL BAC-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 15 et seq.
    • SARRELLO, A. B.-One of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
    • SAWYER, "FRENCHY"-One of first to put fields in cultivation in Salt River Valley
  • -- 73
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • SAYERS, H.-Whitewashes walls of first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246
    • SCHOOLS-Establishment of in Salt River Valley
  • -- 241 et seq.
      • first school opened in Phoenix
  • -- 242
      • two districts created, Phoenix and Mesquite
  • -- 243
    • SHARP, NATHANIEL-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • SHAVER, MISS ELLEN-Early schoolteacher in Phoenix
  • -- 247
      • marriage of to John Y. T. Smith
  • -- 249
    • SHAW, FRANCIS A.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
      • appointed Supervisor of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
    • SHORTELL, THOMAS-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • SHOUP, S.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • SHOW LOW-Named by C. E. Cooley
  • -- 279
    • SHULTIS, DAVID-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • SILVER KING MINE-Discovery of by Sullivan
  • -- 58
      • rediscovery of by Isaac Copeland and associates
  • -- 60
    • SIMMONS, BENJAMIN-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • SKULL VALLEY-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 27
    • SMITH, A. B.-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
    • SMITH, BYRON W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • SMITH, CASANDRA-First American natural death in Phoenix
  • -- 226
    • SMITH, JAMES (JIM)-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 71 72
      • kills James Nelson
  • -- 81
    • SMITH, JOHN Y. T.-Builds first house in Salt River Valley and laid out road to Fort McDowell
  • -- 70
    • SMITH, REES-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • SMITH, WILLIAM-First merchant in Phoenix
  • -- 174
    • SORRELLS, ALHIRA B.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • SPINAS, JOE-Early settler in vicinity of Florence
  • -- 52
    • SPRINGER, HENRY-Pioneer merchant of Round Valley
  • -- 288
      • induced to come to Arizona by James G. H. Colter
  • -- 296
    • SPRINGERVILLE-Growth of
  • -- 288
    • STANFIELD, --.-One of Arizona's early freighters
  • -- 216
    • STARAR, ANDREW-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • STARAR BROS.-Early residents of Salt River Valley and Phoenix
  • --
      • partners of J. D. Monihon
  • -- 200 et seq.
    • STARAR, JACOB-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • STEARNS, CHAS. W.-Early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 185
      • contributes building material for first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246 247
    • STEELE & McCARTY-Early hotelkeepers in Phoenix
  • -- 189
    • STEPHENS, VARNEY A.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
      • one of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
      • follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • STEVENS, HIRAM S.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • STICKNEY, DANIEL H.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
      • elected President of Council, but dies before end of session
  • -- 124 125
    • STILES, MARTIN A.-First Receiver of Land Office at Florence
  • -- 57
    • STINSON, JAMES-With Evans and Dan Ming locates on Silver Creek
  • -- 280
    • STINSON, RICHARD-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
      • appointed District Attorney of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
    • STONE, BANNAJAH H.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • STOREY, JAMES F.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • STRODE, STEPHEN S.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • SULLIVAN, --.-Original discoverer of Silver King Mine
  • -- 58 59
      • his subsequent history
  • -- 59 et seq.
    • SUMMERS, JOHN B.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 96
    • SURVEYS OF LAND-Report of John Wasson, Surveyor-General
  • -- 309 et seq.
    • SWILLING IRRIGATING CANAL CO.-Take out Swilling Ditch
  • -- 72
    • SWILLING, JOHN W.-Organizes party for settlement in Salt River Valley and organizes Swilling Irrigating Canal Company
  • -- 71
      • one of organizers of Phoenix Ditch Co.
  • -- 86
      • attempts to have town of Phoenix located at Mill City
  • -- 101
      • description of ranch and home by Edward Irvine
  • -- 120
    • SWILLING PARTY-Personnel of
  • -- 71
      • description and anecdotes of
  • -- 73 et seq.
    • TAYLOR, CHRIS-Mention of
  • -- 208
    • TAYLOR, JOHN L.-Member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • TEMPE-Location of
  • -- 103
      • history of
  • -- 108 et seq.
    • THANKSGIVING DAY-Celebration in Phoenix, in 1875
  • -- 189
    • THIBODO, Dr. O. J.-Agent for Darrell Duppa
  • -- 75
      • one of first physicians in Phoenix
  • -- 195 196
    • THOMAS, GENL. EARL D.-Reminiscences of early Phoenix
  • -- 223 224
    • TIMBER-Mention of
  • -- 117
      • mentioned by Surveyor General John Wasson in report
  • -- 313
    • TIPPETT, HENRY-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • TITUS, JOHN-Succeeds Wm. F. Turner as Chief Justice of Territory
  • -- 136
    • TOMLINSON, JAMES A.-Post trader at Camp McDowell, and correspondent for "Arizona Miner,"
  • -- 215 216
    • TRUMAN, MAJ. BEN. C.-Accompanies Genl. James E. Rusling to Arizona
  • -- 1
      • reminiscences, officially names Phoenix and Florence
  • -- 112 et seq.
    • TUCSON-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 11 et seq.
    • TURNER, WM. F.-Chief Justice of Territory succeeded by Judge Titus
  • -- 136
    • TWEED, JUDGE CHARLES A.-Presides over first District Court in Maricopa County
  • -- 136
      • biography of
  • -- 136
    • TWOMEY, DANIEL-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
      • Mike Connell's attempt to kill
  • --
      • Twomey's life saved by McGoldrick
  • -- 82
    • UNDERWOOD, JOHN-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • VADER, JAMES-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • VANDERMARK, LODOVIC-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 72
    • VAN WARREN & McCARTY-Early hotelkeepers in Phoenix
  • -- 189
    • VIRGINIA DITCH CO.-Notice of appropriation of water from Salt River
  • -- 89
    • VULTURE MINE-Description of by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 24 et seq.
    • WALKER, JOHN-Starts settlement of St. Johns
  • -- 275 276
    • WALKER, JOHN D.-Mention of
  • -- 54
    • WALTERS, P. L. (JACK)-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 72
      • death and funeral of
  • -- 84
      • with Johnny George erects fine building in Phoenix
  • -- 197
      • biography of
  • -- 198
    • WARE & FORD-Early blacksmiths in Phoenix
  • -- 179 215
    • WASSON, JOHN-One of organizers of Salt River Ditch Co.
  • -- 87
      • appointed Surveyor-General of Territory
  • -- 308
      • biography of
  • -- 308
      • report of
  • -- 309 et seq.
    • WASSON, JOSEPH-Mention of
  • -- 175
    • WATSON, KINSEY-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • WELL-First large well in Phoenix sunk by J. D. Monihon
  • -- 201
    • WERTHEIMER, AARON-Partner of Michael Wormser
  • -- 198 199
      • Death of
  • -- 199
    • WHEAT, GRANVILLE-Pioneer of Florence and vicinity
  • -- 55
    • WHITE, ANDREW-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • WHITE, CHAPLAIN-Of Camp Verde, holds services in Prescott
  • -- 236 237
    • WHITLOW, CHARLES-First postmaster of Maryville
  • -- 234
    • WHITLOW, MOLLIE-Mention of
  • -- 234
    • WHITLOW, SIERRA NEVADA-Mention of
  • -- 234
    • WICKENBURG-Described by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 24 et seq.
    • WICKENBURG, HENRY-Stockholder in Swilling Irrigating Canal Co.
  • -- 71
    • WILLIAMS, GEORGE W.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • WILLIAMS, THOMAS-Does plastering on first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246
    • WILLIAMSON VALLEY-Described by Genl. Rusling
  • -- 41
    • WILSON, GORDON A.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
      • member of Sixth Territorial Legislature
  • -- 124
    • WILSON, J. M.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • WILSON, T. J.-Mention of
  • -- 234
    • WINTERS, E. H.-Mention of
  • -- 201
    • WISS, JOHN H.-One of organizers of Prescott Ditch Co.
  • -- 88
    • WOODCOCK, C. P.-One of organizers of Virginia Ditch Co.
  • -- 89
    • WOODS, JOSEPH-Member of Swilling Party
  • -- 72
    • WOOLSEY, KING S.-Early owner of property in Phoenix
  • -- 183
    • WORDEN, THOMAS C.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 97
    • WORMSER & WERTHEIMER-Early merchants of Phoenix
  • -- 198 199
      • contribute building material for first school building in Phoenix
  • -- 246
    • WORMSER, MICHAEL-Early resident of Salt River Valley
  • -- 152
      • partner of Aaron Wertheimer
  • -- 198 199
      • story of
  • -- 199
    • YERKES, EDWIN A.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 98
    • YOUNG, J. A.-One of organizers of Salt River Farming Ditch Co.
  • -- 90
    • YOUNG, JAMES A.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 98
      • appointed Justice of Peace of Maricopa County
  • -- 133
    • YOUNG, JOHN A.-Follows Swilling Party into Salt River Valley
  • -- 98
      • elected Justice of Peace
  • -- 123
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