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  • ADAMS, CAPTAIN—With Col. Barnard in fight with Apaches
  • -- 29
    • ADAMS, C. S.—One of victims in Wickenburg massacre
  • -- 293
    • AGUERRA, E.—With his clerk and two passengers, murdered by Indians
  • -- 139
    • AGUILAR --.—Mexican outlaw shot by party of Americans
  • -- 203
    • AGUIRRE, MISS TRINIDAD—Killed by Indians
  • -- 146 165
    • AIKEN, BENJAMIN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 138
    • AINZA --.—Has train attacked by Indians
  • -- 145
    • ALDRICH, MARK—First settler in valley of San Pedro
  • -- 207
    • ALEXANDER --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • ALEXANDER, GENERAL—Mention of scout against Indians
  • -- 24
    • ALLEN --.—Has large number of mules stolen by Indians
  • -- 139
      • has fine cows stolen by Indians
  • -- 140
    • ALLEN, ADJT.—GENL. J. B.—Alleged to have furnished supplies to participants in Camp Grant Massacre
  • -- 159
    • ALTMAN, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • ANDREWS, GEORGE L.—Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Arizona
  • -- 2
    • APACHE-MOHAVES—Placed upon reservation at Date Creek
  • -- 10
      • later removed to reservation at Camp Verde
  • -- 10
    • ARIOLA --.—Has large number of mules stolen by Indians
  • -- 133
    • ARNOLD, WALES—Has horses and mules stolen by Indians
  • -- 149
    • ARNY, W. T. M.—Indian Agent, mention of
  • -- 222
    • AUSTIN, F. L.—Testifies in behalf of Indians massacred at Camp Grant
  • -- 243
    • BAKER --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • BAKER --.—And family murdered by Mexicans at Blue Water station
  • -- 202
    • BAKER, JOHN C.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • BALL, S.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 135
    • BALLON --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • BANTA, A. F.—Discovers “Meteoric Crater,”
  • -- 31
      • with C. E. Cooley and Henry Wood Dodd, goes on prospecting trip into Indian country
  • -- 33 et seq.
      • makes friends of Coyotero Apaches,
  • -- 38
      • induces Capt. Barry to disobey orders to massacre Apaches,
  • -- 57 et seq.
      • writes of conditions in Arizona, the military, etc.
  • -- 92 et seq.
    • BARBA --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136
    • BARBE, JOAQUIN—Suspected participant in Wickenburg Massacre, killed by Joe Fye and Milt Ward
  • -- 301
    • BARBOUR, CHARLES—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • BARCLAY, W. J.—Member of scouting party after participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 296
    • BARK, JIM—Anecdotes of C. E. Cooley
  • -- 76 77
    • BARNARD, COL. P. F.—Fight with Apaches under Cochise
  • -- 27
    • BARNES --.—Attacked by Indians; store burned and effects carried away
  • -- 138
    • BARNETT, AARON—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • BARNEY, COL. JAMES M.—Assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 306
    • BARRY, CAPT. JOHN—In command of expedition to massacre Apaches,
  • -- 50
      • is induced to disobey orders by Banta, Cooley and Dodd and has charges preferred against him by Colonel Green
  • -- 57 et seq.
      • expedition mentioned by Genl. Ord in report
  • -- 81 et seq.
    • BASHFORD, LEVY—Mention of
  • -- 193
    • BEACH --.—Train attacked by Indians
  • -- 143 144
    • BEAN, C. C.—Mention of
  • -- 172
    • BEAN, R. C.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • BEAUCHAMP, “JACK”—Killed by Indians
  • -- 127
    • BEDEL --.—One of party of Americans, shot by Gandara
  • -- 203
    • BELNAP --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 127
    • BENDELL, H.—Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Arizona
  • -- 2
      • assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 306
    • BENJAMIN --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • BENTLEY, E. A.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • BENTON --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 133
    • BERRY, THOS. N.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • BIRESLEY, DR.—Post Surgeon at Camp Grant; account of condition of victims of Massacre
  • -- 160
    • BLANCHARD --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 148
    • BLANCHARD, J. C.—Ranch attacked and destroyed by Indians
  • -- 141
    • BLOWE --.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 142
    • BLUE WATER MASSACRE—Baker and family murdered by Mexicans
  • -- 202
    • BOGGS, T. W.—Has horse stolen by Indians
  • -- 150
    • BOONE, WM.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • BOUNS, MRS. (DONNA TOMASE)—Gives J. M. Bryan warning of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 299
    • BOURKE, LIEUT. J. G.—Assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 304 et seq.
      • gives account of attempt on General Crook's life
  • -- 318 et seq.
    • BOWERS BROTHERS—Have herds stolen by Indians
  • -- 147 149
    • BOWERS, GEORGE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • BOWERS, HERBERT—Indians steal stock from, resulting in successful citizen expedition against them
  • -- 171 et seq.
    • BOYCE --.—Member of citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 170 et seq.
    • BRODERICK, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • BROOKS, H.—Has sheep and goats stolen by Indians
  • -- 133
    • BROWN --.—Has stock stolen by Indians
  • -- 140
    • BROWN, SAMUEL—Killed by Indians
  • -- 139 164
    • BROWN, W. H.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • BROWNE, J. ROSS—Mention of
  • -- 2
    • BROWNLEY --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136
    • BRYAN, GEORGE—Member of scouting party after participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 296
    • BRYAN, J. M. (CRETE)—Forwarned of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 298 299
    • BULLARD, JOHN—Member of citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 181
    • BULLOCK, J. T.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 135
    • BUMOS, LIEUT. PETER S.—Mention of
  • -- 228
    • BURGER & LAMBERTSON—Have horses and burros stolen by Indians
  • -- 134
    • BURGER, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147
    • BURGER, JOHN—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 195
    • BURGER, JOHN—Kills one of suspected participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 301
    • BURNETT, WILLIAM—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • BURNS, WM.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • BURROUGHS, JOSEPH—Killed by Indians
  • -- 149
    • BYRNE, CAPT. THOMAS—Singlehanded stops outbreak of Wallapais
  • -- 9
      • assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 306
    • CALHOUN, LIEUT.—With Capt. Barry on expedition to massacre Apaches
  • -- 50
    • CALIFORNIA—Legislature of passes resolution relating to Indian affairs in Arizona
  • -- 196 et seq.
    • CALKINS, SHERIFF—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 128
    • CAMP APACHE—Vincent Colyer establishes Indian reservation at
  • -- 221
    • CAMP GOODWIN—Location of
  • -- 93
    • CAMP GRANT—Vincent Colyer establishes Indian reservation at
  • -- 16
    • CAMP GRANT MASSACRE—Public sentiment in regard to
  • -- 153 et seq.
      • military account of
  • -- 157 et seq.
      • trial of participants in, and charge of Judge Titus to jury
  • -- 161 et seq.
    • CAMPIO, DIEGO—Killed by Indians
  • -- 140
    • CAMP MCDOWELL—Vincent Coyler establishes Indian reservation at
  • -- 16
      • abolished by Genl. O. O. Howard
  • -- 16
    • CAMP ORD—Established by Col. John Green, name afterwards changed to Fort Apache
  • -- 95
    • CAMP VERDE—Apache-Mohaves placed upon reservation at
  • -- 10
      • reservation established by Vincent Colyer
  • -- 12 278
    • CARLETON, GENERAL—In favor of extermination of Indians
  • -- 20
    • CARROLL --.—Captured and carried off by Indians
  • -- 136
      • killed
  • -- 164
    • CHAFFEE, ADNA R.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • CHAPIN --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147
    • CHIRICAHUA APACHES—Gathered upon reservation
  • -- 14 15
      • removed to other reservations or run away
  • -- 16
    • CHIRICAHUA RESERVATION—Established by Genl. O. O. Howard
  • -- 14
      • restored to public domain
  • -- 16
    • CIENEGA—Stage employees at murder travellers
  • -- 202 203
    • CRADLEBAUGH, LIEUT.—Accompanies Capt. Wm. Ory on expedition into Indian country
  • -- 116
      • has command attacked by Indians
  • -- 142 143
    • CLENDENIN, MAJOR—Scout of against Indians
  • -- 24
    • CLOWER, EDWARD—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • CLUM, JOHN P.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • COCHISE—Commands Apaches in fight with Col. P. F. Barnard
  • -- 27 et seq.
      • at head of band that killed Lieut. Howard B. Cushing
  • -- 166
    • COGSWELL, COLONEL—Gives instructions for expeditions against hostile Indians
  • -- 115
      • accompanies General Stoneman on trip through Indian country
  • -- 117 et seq.
    • COLLINS, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • COLLINS, MAJOR—Mention of
  • -- 72
      • with Lieut.-Col. Sanford in expedition against Indians
  • -- 112
    • COLYER, VINCENT—Establishes Indian reservation at Date Creek
  • -- 10
      • establishes reservation at Camp Verde
  • -- 12 278
      • arrival in Arizona, laoors and report of
  • -- 211 et seq
      • criticizes proclamation of Gov. Safford
  • -- 247
      • returns to Washington
  • -- 281 et seq.
    • CONWELL, C.—Has horses and mules stolen by Indians
  • -- 140
    • COOK --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 146
    • COOK, REV. CHARLES H.—Missionary to Pimas, mention of
  • -- 250
    • COOLER, GEORGE—With Capt. Barry on expedition to massacre Apaches
  • -- 50
    • COOLEY, C. E.—With A. F. Banta and Henry Wood Dodd, goes on prospecting trip into Indian country
  • -- 33 et seq.
      • after life of
  • -- 75 et seq.
    • COOPER --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 148
    • CORDOBA, LEONARD—Mexican outlaw who participated in murder of Vicente Hernandes and wife lynched
  • -- 205
    • COSGROVE --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 127
    • COYOTERO APACHES—Placed upon reservation
  • -- 5
    • COZOZO --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136
    • CRESSY, CAPTAIN—Inspects outfit of Banta, Cooley and Dodd
  • -- 33
    • CROOK, GENERAL GEO.—Opposes removal of Indians to San Carlos
  • -- 14
      • succeeds General Stoneman
  • -- 104 199
      • assumes command but suspends operations account of arrival of “Peace Commission,”
  • -- 209
      • receives Peace Commissioner Vincent Colyer
  • -- 279
      • personally conducts investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 304 et seq
      • attempts to assassinate
  • -- 308 et seq.
    • CROSS, L.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • CUNNINGHAM, CHARLES—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • CURTIS --.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 141
    • CURTIS, CAPT. JAMES—Reports to Peace Commissioner Vincent Colycr
  • -- 264 et seq.
    • CUSHING, LIEUT HOWARD B.—Expeditions against hostile Indians
  • -- 101 et seq. 114 115
      • killed by Indians
  • -- 147
      • expeditions against Indians
  • -- 165
      • account of killing of
  • -- 166 et seq.
    • DANIELS --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136
    • DATE CREEK—Indian reservation established at by Vincent Colyer
  • -- 10
      • abolished by Genl. O. O. Howard
  • -- 10
    • DAVIS --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • DAVIS, C. “JEFF”—Fight with Indians
  • -- 103
      • member of citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 172
    • DE LONG, S. R.—Mention of
  • -- 158
    • DENNIS, JOHN T.—Loses large number of cattle and horses through Indian raid
  • -- 99
    • DENNISON, WM. E.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 135
    • DENT, GEORGE W.—Superintendent of Indian affairs for Arizona
  • -- 2
    • DEVIN, GENERAL THOMAS E.—Report for 1868
  • -- 23
      • mention of
  • -- 59
      • in command of southern military district of Arizona
  • -- 93
    • DICKSON, JOHN—Attacked by Indians
  • -- 131
    • DODD, HENRY WOOD—With A. F. Banta and C. E. Cooley, goes on prospecting trip into Indian country
  • -- 33 et seq.
      • made to dance by Indians
  • -- 66
    • “DODD'S DANCE”—Name given to place where Henry Wood Dodd was made to dance by Apaches
  • -- 66
    • DODT, HELENAS—Indian Agent on Colorado River reservation
  • -- 5
    • DORGAN, P.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 134
    • DUDLEY, MAJOR—In command at McDowell
  • -- 192
    • DUDLEY, GENL. N. A. M.—In command at McDowell, receives Peace Commissioner Vincent. Colyer
  • -- 256
      • reports to Comr. Colyer
  • -- 259 et seq.
  • -- 270 et seq.
    • DUDLEY, SUPT. L. E.—Endeavors to have Chiricahuas removed to Hot Springs
  • -- 15
    • DUN, JOHN—Presents C. B Genung with Winchester rifle
  • -- 193
    • DUNN, A. G.—Has cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 134
    • DUNN, CAPT. THOS. S.—Mention of
  • -- 230
    • DUVALL --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • DWYER, CAPT. PHILLIP—Death and burial of
  • -- 321 et seq.
    • EATON, LIEUT. GEO. O.—Indians go with to San Carlos reservation
  • -- 13
    • EBSTEIN, LIEUT. F. H. E.—In charge of Indian reservation at Date Creek
  • -- 10
    • EHRENBERG, HERMAN—Indian Agent on Colorado River reservation
  • -- 5
    • ELGER, COLONEL—Mention of
  • -- 74
    • ELIAS, JESUS M.—Given credit for planning Camp Grant Massacre
  • -- 158 et seq.
    • ELIAS, JUAN—Has herd stolen by Indians
  • -- 147
    • ERWIN, ALONZO M.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136
    • EVARTS --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • EXPLORATIONS AND SURVEYS—General Ord sends out expedition under Lieut. George M. Wheeler
  • -- 86
    • FARLEY, WM.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 135
    • FENTON, P.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 143
    • FINNERTY, WESLEY—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • FLYNN, CORPORAL—With troops that joined citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 178 et seq.
    • FOLEY --.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 148
    • FORD, G.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • FORT APACHE—Vincent Colyer establishes Indian reservation at
  • -- 16
      • first known as Camp Ord
  • -- 95
    • FOSTER --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 138
    • FOURR, WILLIAM—Mention of
  • -- 26
    • FUDGE, JOHN—Indian Agent on Colorado River reservation
  • -- 5
    • FYE, JOE—Has cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 134
      • kills suspected participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 301
    • GANDARA --.—Mexican suspected of participation in disappearance of William McFarland, shot by party of Americans
  • -- 203
    • GANTT --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147
    • GARDNER --.—Has stock stolen by Indians
  • -- 140
    • GENUNG, C. B.—Organizes successful citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 170 et seq.
      • belief that Mexicans committed Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 298
      • assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 306
      • account of General Crook's attempt to capture or kill Indians suspected of being participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 309 et seq.
    • GIBSON, J. J.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • GILSON, WILLIAM—Informs General Crook that Date Creek Indians committed Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 303
    • GLOVER, PRIVATE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • GOLDWATER, JULIUS A.—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • GOMEZ, PANCHO—Has cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 138
    • GONZALES, A.—Mistaken for Indian by companions, and wounded
  • -- 144
    • GONZALES, PHILIP—Guide for Comr. Vincent Colyer
  • -- 218
    • GOULD, JACK—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • GRAHAM, LIEUT.—Conducts expedition against hostile Indians
  • -- 115 116
    • GRASSMAN, F. E.—Agent for Pima Indians
  • -- 4
    • GRAY, COL. A. B.—Surveys reservation for Pimas and Maricopas
  • -- 3
    • GRAY, HARRISON—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • GREELEY --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 134
    • GREEN, COLONEL JOHN—Prefers charges against Capt. Barry for disobeying orders to massacre Indians
  • -- 59
      • mention of in report of General Ord
  • -- 81 et seq.
      • in command at Camp Goodwin
  • -- 93
      • conducts campaign against the Indians and establishes Camp Ord
  • -- 94 95
      • receives Comr. Vincent Coyler
  • -- 221
    • GREEN, JOE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • GREEN, MAJOR—Accompanies General Stoneman on trip through Indian country
  • -- 117 et seq.
    • GREEN, PRIVATE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147
    • GREGALBA, JUAN—Has cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 140
    • GRIFFIN, FRANK—Mistakes A. Gonzales for Indian and wounds him
  • -- 144
    • GROVER, GENERAL—Commanding at Camp Verde, receives Peace Comissioner Vincent Colyer
  • -- 275
    • HADLEY, MILTON S.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • HALLECK, GENL.—Relieved of command of Division of Pacific by Maj. Genl. Thomas
  • -- 21
    • HALSTEAD, RICHARD—Killed by Indians
  • -- 138
    • HAMEL, P. M.—One of victims in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 290 et seq.
    • HANNA --.—Has wagon train destroyed by Indians
  • -- 103 104
    • HANNA --.—Train attacked by Indians and Mr. Hanna killed
  • -- 146
    • HARRINGTON --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129 149
    • HARRIS, W. H.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 148
    • HARRISON, SAMUEL—Killed by Indians
  • -- 127
    • HART, H. L.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • HASSON, LIEUTENANT—Scout of against Indians
  • -- 24
    • HATZ, DANIEL—Has house burned by Indians
  • -- 150
    • HAY, LIEUTENANT—Mention of
  • -- 323
    • HELLINGS, W. B. & CO.—Train attacked by Indians
  • -- 143
    • HENNING, ABRAHAM—Killed by Indians
  • -- 148
    • HENRY, COL. GUY V.—Indians under orders of attack and kill other Indians
  • -- 224
    • HERNANDES, VICENTE—With wife murdered by Mexican outlaws
  • -- 205
    • HEWITT, HENRY—Assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 305 et seq.
    • HI JOLLY—Mention of
  • -- 190
    • HINDS & HOOKER—Have herds attacked by Indians
  • -- 146 147
    • HINTON, FRANCIS—Agent for Yumas
  • -- 4
    • HOLCOMB & MURRAY—Have cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 145
    • HOLLAND, DAVID—Killed by Indians
  • -- 141
    • HOPKINS, GILBERT W.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 135
    • HOPKINS, J. W.—Mention of
  • -- 158
    • HOWARD, GENL. O. O.—Abolishes Indian reservation at Date Creek
  • -- 10
    • HOWARD, JUDGE—Mention of
  • -- 194
    • HOWELL, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • HUGHES --.—Has ranch attacked by Indians
  • -- 146
    • HUGUS, WILBUR—Mention of
  • -- 321
    • HUMPHREYS, GENERAL A. A.—Mention of
  • -- 86
    • HUTTON, OSCAR—Recommended for conduct on expedition against Indians
  • -- 115
      • testifies in behalf of Indians massacred at Camp Grant
  • -- 242 243
    • INDIAN AGENTS—Steal from Indians
  • -- 11
    • INDIAN RESERVATIONS—One for Pimas and Maricopas established
  • -- 3
      • one for Yumas established
  • -- 4
      • one for friendly Indians established on Colorado
  • -- 4 5
      • one for Moquis established
  • -- 6
      • one for Mohaves established
  • -- 6
      • one for Wallapais established
  • -- 8
      • one established at Date Creek by Vincent Colyer, but abolished by Genl. O. O. Howard
  • -- 10
      • Chiricahua reservation, established by Genl. O. O. Howard
  • -- 14
      • one established at Camp McDowell, one at Camp Grant, one at Fort Apache and one in White Mountains
  • -- 16
      • San Carlos reservation established
  • -- 16
      • one established at Camp Apache
  • -- 221
    • INDIAN RING—Operations of
  • -- 10 11
      • methods of
  • -- 98
    • INDIANS—Reservation for Pimas and Maricopas established
  • -- 3
      • reservation for Yumas established
  • -- 4
      • reservation for friendly Indians established on Colorado
  • -- 4 5
      • Navahos placed upon reservation
  • -- 5
      • Coyotero Apaches placed upon reservation
  • -- 5
      • Moquis placed upon reservation
  • -- 6
      • reservation established for Mohaves
  • -- 6
      • reservation established for Wallapais
  • -- 8
      • reservation established at Date Creek
  • -- 10
      • removal to San Carlos
  • -- 13 14
      • Chiricahua reservation established by Genl. O. O. Howard
  • -- 14
      • number and location of in Arizona in 1863
  • -- 18
      • exterminating policy
  • -- 19 et seq.
      • expeditions against
  • -- 23 et seq.
      • depredations
  • -- 23
      • resume depredations and raids
  • -- 99 et seq.
      • hostiles get arms, etc., through Moquis
  • -- 110 111
      • description of trip through Indian country by John Marion, in “Miner,”
  • -- 117 et seq.
      • “Miner” prints petition to President with list of three hundred and one names of people killed by Indians
  • -- 124 et seq.
      • outrages by and condition of, mentioned by Gov. Safford in message to Legislature
  • -- 151 et seq.
      • Camp Grant Massacre, and events following
  • -- 153 et seq.
      • citizens' expeditions against
  • -- 170 et seq.
      • California Legislature passes resolution relating to Indian Affairs in Arizona
  • -- 196 et seq.
      • fights of Captain Moore and Captain Russell with
  • -- 208
    • ISRAEL --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 100 141
    • JACKSON, A. J.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 140 164
    • JACOBS, ED. C.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • JARAMILLO, JOSE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • JAY, LEROY—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • JEFFORDS, CAPT. THOMAS J.—Agent for Chiricahua Apaches
  • -- 15
    • JOACHIM --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • JOHNS --.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 141
    • JOHNSON --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136 137
    • JOHNSON, ALFRED—Killed by Indians
  • -- 134
    • JOHNSON, HARRY, “HOG”—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • JONES, Dr. W. W.—Has train attacked by Indians
  • -- 146
    • JONES, W. P.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 127
    • JUDSON --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • KALER --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 138
    • KAUFMAN, CAPTAIN—Has six mules stolen from escort by Indians
  • -- 149
    • KAUTZ, GENERAL—Opposes removal of Indians to San Carlos
  • -- 13 14
    • KELLY, OSCAR—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • KENNEDY --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 100 101 141
    • KILLIAN, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • KING --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136
    • KING, GEORGE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 143
    • KITCHEN, “PETE”—Stands off hostile Apaches
  • -- 207
    • KNESS, WILLIAM—Interpreter for Comr. Vincent Colyer
  • -- 235
      • testifies in behalf of Indians massacred at Camp Grant
  • -- 244
    • KNODLE, SAM—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 142
    • KNOWLES --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136
    • KRUGER --.—One of survivors of Wickenburg massacre
  • -- 289 et seq.
    • LACHMAN, HENRY—Killed by Indians
  • -- 146
    • LAFFERTY, LIEUTENANT.—Wounded in fight with Apaches
  • -- 29
    • LAMBERTSON --.—Has horses stolen by Indians
  • -- 148 149
    • LANZ, JOHN—One of victims in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 290 et seq.
    • LARRABEE, C. F.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • LAZARD --.—Has cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 141
    • LEE, J. H.—Has cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 135
    • LEIHY, GEORGE W.—Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Arizona
  • -- 2
      • killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • LEMON, SERGEANT—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • LENT & HARPENDING PARTY.—Attacked by Indians
  • -- 102
    • LEONARD --.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 148
    • LINTON, L. M.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • LOCKWOOD, LIEUT. D. W.—Assistant to Lieut. George M. Wheeler on exploring expedition
  • -- 86
    • LONG, HENRY—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147 164
    • LOPEZ, CLEMENTE—Mexican outlaw who participated in murder of Vicente Hernandes and wife lynched
  • -- 205
    • LOPEZ, SECUNDIA—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • LORD, C. H.—Deputy agent for Pima Indians
  • -- 4
    • LORING, FRED. W.—One of victims in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 290 et seq.
    • LUGAS, LUCAS—One of Mexicans who killed Edward Lumley
  • -- 204
    • LUMLEY, EDWARD—Killed by Mexicans
  • -- 204
    • LYNCHINGS—Of Mexican outlaws
  • -- 203 et seq.
    • LYTLE --.—Murdered by Mexicans at Mission Camp
  • -- 201
    • McCALL, D. T.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • McCLEAVE, LIEUT. WM.—Scout of against Indians
  • -- 24 et seq.
    • McCORMICK, GOV. R. C.—Mention of
  • -- 194
      • reports Mexican outrages to Government
  • -- 202
    • McDERWIN, JOHN—Mention of
  • -- 172
    • McDOUGALL --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 148
    • McFARLAND, WILLIAM—Stationkeeper at Sacaton; mysterious disappearance of attributed to Mexicans
  • -- 203
    • McGREGOR, CAPT. THOMAS—Mention of
  • -- 258
    • McKENZIE, ALEXANDER—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147 164
    • McMURRAY --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • McWHORTER, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • MARICOPAS—Reservation for, with Pimas, set aside
  • -- 3
    • MARION, JOHN—Writes editorial in “Miner” describing trip through Indian country with General Stoneman
  • -- 117 et seq.
      • meets Vincent Colyer, Peace Commissioner
  • -- 280 281
    • MASON, COL. JULIUS W.—Superintends taking out of irrigating ditch on reservation at Camp Verde
  • -- 12
    • MAY, DENNIS—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • MEINHOLD, CAPT.—With Lieut. Col. Sanford in expedition against Indians
  • -- 112
      • takes up trail of participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 292 293 294
    • MELLEN --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 127
    • MELVIN, GEORGE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • MERRILL, PRIVATE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • MESSEUR, FRANK—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • METEORIC CRATER—Discovered by A. F. Banta
  • -- 31
    • MEXICANS—Outrages by
  • -- 201 et seq.
      • suspected of committing Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294 et seq.
    • MEYERS, PRIVATE—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 143
    • MILITARY—Major General Thomas relieves General Halleck in command of Division of Pacific
  • -- 21
      • Genl. Ord assumes command of Department of Arizona
  • -- 21 22
      • report of Genl. Devin
  • -- 23
      • scouts and expeditions against Indians
  • -- 24 et seq.
      • Capt. Barry disobeys orders to massacre Indians
  • -- 57 et seq.
      • report of Major General George H. Thomas
  • -- 78 et seq.
      • report of General Ord
  • -- 79 et seq.
      • exploring expedition under Lieut. George M. Wheeler sent out
  • -- 86
      • immense cost of supplies in Arizona
  • -- 86 87
      • policy of extermination followed
  • -- 91
      • description of by A. F. Banta
  • -- 93 et seq.
      • General George Stoneman assigned to command of Arizona
  • -- 96
      • refuses Gov. Safford's request for supplies for three companies of volunteers
  • -- 107 108
      • activities of
  • -- 111 et seq.
      • account of Camp Grant Massacre
  • -- 157 et seq.
      • General Stoneman succeeded by General Crook, criticism of General Stoneman
  • -- 199 et seq.
      • fights with Indians by Captain Moore and Captain Russell
  • -- 208
    • MILITIA—Gov. Safford issues call for raising of
  • -- 108 109
    • MILLER, J.—Has horses stolen by Indians
  • -- 138
    • MILLER, MAJOR—With four soldiers, killed by, Indians
  • -- 136
    • “MINER”—Editorial describing trip through Indian country
  • -- 117 et seq.
      • prints petition to the President with list of three hundred and one names of people killed by Indians
  • -- 124 et seq.
    • MISSION CAMP MASSACRE—Committed by Mexicans
  • -- 201
    • MOHAVES—Reservation established for
  • -- 6
    • MOLINO, JOSE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • MONROE, PAYMASTER—Mention of
  • -- 124
    • MOORE, CAPTAIN—Fight with Indians
  • -- 208
    • MOQUIS—Reservation established for
  • -- 6
    • MORGAN, DAVID—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • MORRIS, MACK—Foreman of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • MORROW, PRIVATE—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • MORTON, LIEUT.—In command of detachment of troops, joins citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 174
    • MOTT, SERGEANT JOHN—With Lieut. Howard B. Cushing when latter was killed by Apaches under Cochise
  • -- 166
    • MOWRY, SYLVESTER—Mention of
  • -- 124
    • MUNROE, GEORGE—Leader of party that trailed participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 290 et seq.
    • MURPHY --.—With Lieut. Col. Sanford as guide, in expedition against Indians
  • -- 112
    • MURPHY, PRIVATE —Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • MURRAY, FRANK—Mention of
  • -- 315
    • MYERS --.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 141
    • NAVAHOS—Placed upon reservation
  • -- 5
    • NELSON, CAPTAIN WM.—Refuses to allow band of armed citizens to cross reservation
  • -- 214
      • receives Comer. Vincent Colyer
  • -- 230
    • NETTERVILLE, CAPTAIN W. McC.—Report on interviews with Indian Chiefs
  • -- 267 et seq.
    • NIX, ROBERT—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • NOYES, A. O.—Has record of over three hundred men killed by Indians
  • -- 104
    • NUNEZ, VENTURA—Mexican outlaw who murdered G. R. Whisler, captured and lynched
  • -- 207
    • O'BEIRNE, CAPT.—Commanding at Camp Date Creek, requested by Peace Commissioner Vincent Colyer to look after Apache-Mohave Indians
  • -- 283
    • O'DONNELL --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • O'DONNELL, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • O'LEARY, DAN—Mention of
  • -- 303
    • OLIVER --.—Murdered by Mexicans at Mission Camp
  • -- 201
    • ORD, GENL. E. O. C.—Assumes command of Department of Arizona
  • -- 21 22
    • report on conditions in Arizona
  • -- 79 et seq.
      • sends out exploring expedition under Lieut. George M. Wheeler
  • -- 86
      • in command of Department of the Pacific
  • -- 93
    • ORY, CAPT. WILLIAM—Conducts expedition into Indian country
  • -- 116
    • OSBORN, DAVID—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • OSBORN, W. J.—Has mules stolen by Indians
  • -- 139
    • OURY, W. S.—Mention of
  • -- 153 158 159
    • PALMER, CAPT. A. L.—States hostiles get arms, etc., through Moquis
  • -- 110 111
    • PANTANO—See Cienega
  • --
    • “PEACE COMMISSION”—Mention of
  • -- 150
      • arrival in Arizona of Vincent Colyer, Peace Commissioner
  • -- 211
      • report of
  • -- 212 et seq.
      • establishes reservation at Camp Apache
  • -- 221
      • feeling towards “Peace Policy” in Arizona
  • -- 247 et seq.
      • establishes reservation at Camp Verde
  • -- 278
      • returns to Washington
  • -- 285 et seq.
    • PEARSON, WILLIAM—Killed by Indians
  • -- 133
    • PELET, JULIUS—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • PENN, CAPTAIN—Sends word to Lieut. Whitman of movements of participants in Camp Grant Massacre
  • -- 160
    • PENNINGTON --.—And son, killed by Indians
  • -- 137, 164
    • PENNINGTON, JAMES—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • PESQUIERA. --.—Attacked by Indians
  • -- 138
    • PESQUIERA, GOVERNOR—Of Mexico, affords protection to Mexicans committing outrages in Arizona
  • -- 201
    • PETERSON, OLIVER—Killed by Indians
  • -- 134
    • PIMAS AND MARICOPAS—Reservation set aside, for
  • -- 3
    • PIPER, O. F.—Southern Apaches agent
  • -- 218
    • POSS, LIEUT. J. M.—With Lieut. Col. Sanford in expedition against Indians
  • -- 113
    • POSTLE, ROBERT—Mention of
  • -- 187
    • POSTON, CHARLES D.—First Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Arizona
  • -- 2
    • POUGEOT, FRANK—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • PRENTISS, EDWARD—Member of scouting party after participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 296
    • PRESIDENT—"Miner" prints petition to, with list of three hundred and one names of people killed by Indians
  • -- 124 et seq.
    • PRICE --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • PRICE, COLONEL—Mention of scout of against Indians
  • -- 24
    • PURCELLA, F.—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • RALSTON, MRS.—Robbed by Indians
  • -- 144
    • RAYMOND --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128 129
    • REDMOND --.—Post trader at Camp Apache killed by Indians
  • -- 146
    • REID --.—Murdered by Mexicans at Mission Camp
  • -- 201
    • REVLIN, MARK—Mail carrier, killed by Indians
  • -- 147
    • REYES, MANUEL—Mexican outlaw shot by party of Americans
  • -- 203
    • RICHARDSON, CHARLES H.—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • RICHARDSON, CHARLES H.—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • RIGGS, PETER—Killed by Indians
  • -- 141
    • RILEY, LIEUTENANT—With detachment attacked by Indians
  • -- 145
    • RIYERA, MARTIN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • ROBERTS, J. E.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • RODRICK, TOM—Member of citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 172 et seq
    • ROGERS AND SMITH—Attacked by Indians
  • -- 149
    • ROSS, LIEUTENANT—Assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 304 et seq.
    • ROSS, MAJOR WILLIAM J.—Mention of
  • -- 167
    • ROTHERWELL --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 164
    • RUGGLES, COLONEL—Has horses stolen by Indians
  • -- 140
    • RUGGLES, LEVI—Agent for Pima Indians
  • -- 4
    • RUSSELL, CAPTAIN—Fight with Indians
  • -- 208
    • RUTLEDGE, THOMAS—Killed by Indians
  • -- 135
    • RYAN, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • SAFFORD, A. P. K.—Appointed Governor of Arizona
  • -- 104
      • his interview with “New York Herald,”
  • -- 105 106
      • asks for supplies for three companies of volunteers
  • -- 106 107
      • request refused
  • -- 107 108
      • issues call for raising militia
  • -- 108 109
      • in message to Legislature calls attention to Indian outrages, etc
  • -- 151 et seq.
      • issues proclamation regarding “Peace Commission”
  • -- 210 211
      • proclamation criticized by Comr. Vincent Colyer
  • -- 248 249
    • SAGE, CORNELIUS—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • SAGUARIPA, JESUS—Mexican outlaw who participated in murder of Vicente Hernandes and wife lynched
  • -- 205
    • SALALLO, JOSE MARIA—Member of scouting party after participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 296
    • SALMON, W. G.—One of victims in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 290 et seq.
    • SAN CARLOS RESERVATION—Establishment of
  • -- 16
    • SANFORD, LIEUT. COL. G. B.—Expeditions against hostile Indians
  • -- 112 et seq.
    • SAN PEDRO—Valley of first settled by Mark Aldrich
  • -- 207
    • SAUNDERS --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 148 164
    • SCHOFIELD, GENERAL—Mention of
  • -- 214 284
    • SCHUYLER, WALTER S.—In charge of Indians on reservation at Camp Verde
  • -- 12
      • succeeds Dr. Williams as agent at San Carlos
  • -- 13
    • SCOTT --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • SEEBRIGHT --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 134
    • SEXTON, W. M.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • SHELDON, J.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • SHELTON, C. Y.—Has mules stolen by Indians
  • -- 148
    • SHEPPARD, MISS—One of survivors of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 289 et seq.
    • SHERMAN, GENL.—Peace Commissioner to Indians
  • -- 5
    • SHERMAN, LIEUT.—With Lieut. Col. Sanford in expedition against Indians
  • -- 112
    • SHIRLEY, JOHN Y.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 102 103 132
    • SHOHOLM, FRED. W.—One of victims in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 290 et seq.
    • SIEZ --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 140
    • SIMMS, J.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 139 164
    • SIMMONS, WM.—Has stock stolen by Indians
  • -- 149
    • SIMPSON, W. H.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147
    • SMITH --.—Killed on ranch of Peter Kitchen by Indians
  • -- 141
    • SMITH, CAPTAIN—Accompanies General Stoneman on trip through Indian country
  • -- 117 et seq.
    • SMITH, CHARLES—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • SMITH, D. H.—Assists General Crook in investigation of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 306
    • SMITH, JACOB—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • SMITH, LIEUT.—With Lieut. Col. Sanford in expedition against Indians
  • -- 112
      • accompanies Lieut. Cushing
  • -- 114, 115
    • SMITH, ROBERT—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • SMITH, W. H.—Member of citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 170 et seq.
    • SOMERS --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • SOMMERBEE, LIEUTENANT—Scout of against Indians
  • -- 24
    • SOTO --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 136 140
    • SPENCER, CHARLES—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 130
      • interpreter for General Crook
  • -- 313
    • STIGERS, DR.—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 143
    • STEINBROOK --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • STEVENS, GEORGE H.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • STIMPSON, JAMES H.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • STONE, COLONEL—Killed by Indians
  • -- 137
    • STONEMAN, GENERAL GEORGE—Assigned to command of Arizona
  • -- 96
      • his policy
  • -- 97
      • succeeded by General Crook
  • -- 104
      • makes trip through Indian country
  • -- 117 et seq.
      • interviews with Indian chiefs
  • -- 121 et seq.
      • mention of
  • -- 158
      • succeeded by General Crook, criticism of
  • -- 199 et seq.
      • builds roads in Territory
  • -- 207 208
    • STOUT, J. H.—Agent for Pima Indians
  • -- 4
      • makes report to Peace Commissioner Vincent Colyer
  • -- 253 et seq.
    • STUART, COMR. GEORGE H.—Mention of
  • -- 217
    • SUBIATE, MANUEL—One of Mexicans who killed Edward Lumley
  • -- 204
    • SUMMERHAYES, MRS.—Description of C. E. Cooley's house
  • -- 75
    • SUTORIUS, CAPTAIN—With Lieut. Col. Sanford in expedition against Indians
  • -- 113
    • SWILLING, “JACK”—Mention of
  • -- 74
    • TAGGART, J.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • TAGGART, WILLIAM—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • TANNER, J. A.—Indian agent on Colorado River reservation
  • -- 5
    • TAYLOR, WILLIAM—Killed by Indians
  • -- 132
    • TEPS, JUAN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • THOMAS, ELLIOTT & DAWSON—Attacked by Indians wagon and load destroyed
  • -- 134
    • THOMAS, MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE H.—Relieves General Halleck in command of Division of Pacific
  • -- 21
      • report on conditions in Arizona
  • -- 78 et seq.
    • THOMPSON, B. F.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • THOMPSON, CLINT—Has cattle stolen by Indians
  • -- 139
    • THOMPSON, D. C.—Indians attack men working for
  • -- 144
    • TISNADO, MARIANO—Mexican lynched for cattle stealing
  • -- 204 205
    • TITUS, JUDGE—Charge to jury, on trial of participants in “Camp Grant Massacre,”
  • -- 161 et seq.
    • TOPPAN, COLONEL—Peace commissioner to Indians
  • -- 5
    • TOWNSEND, JOHN—Has corn stolen by Indians
  • -- 150
      • commands successful citizen expedition against Indians
  • -- 170 et seq.
    • TRAHERN, WILLIAM—Killed by Indians
  • -- 129
    • TROUT, LIEUTENANT—Mention of
  • -- 315
    • TROY, CORPORAL—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • TWADDLE, HARVEY—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • UPTON --.— Murdered by Indians
  • -- 127
    • UPTON, LIEUT. FRANK—With Capt. Barry on expedition to massacre Apaches
  • -- 50
    • VAN VLIET, CAPT. FREDERICK—Mention of
  • -- 279
    • VENABLE, THOMAS—Killed by Indians
  • -- 141
    • WAKEFIELD, DR.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 139
    • WALLAPAIS—Reservation established for
  • -- 8
      • outbreak of stopped by Captain Byrne
  • -- 9
    • WAMSLEY, I. A.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 130
    • WANDER, FERDINAND—Wounded by Indians; kills self to end suffering
  • -- 133
    • WARD, JOHN —Interpreter for Comr. Vincent Colyer
  • -- 218
    • WARD, MILT —Kills suspected participants in Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 301
    • WARFIELD, SERGEANT—Recommended for conduct on expedition against Indians
  • -- 115
    • WARNER, SOLOMON—Wounded by Indians
  • -- 139
    • WATSON --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 134
    • WEAVER, PAULINE—Son of killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • WEBER, W. W.—Member of coroner's jury on victims of Wickenburg Massacre
  • -- 294
    • WELLS, LIEUTENANT—Scout of against Indians
  • -- 24
    • WELSH, MATT—Attacked by Indians
  • -- 131
    • WHEATON, GENERAL FRANK—In command of northern military district of Arizona
  • -- 93
    • WHEELER, LIEUT.—Names Meteoric Crater “Franklin's Hole,”
  • -- 31
    • WHISLER --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 149
    • WHISLER, G. R.—Keeper at Bark's station killed by Mexican outlaw
  • -- 206 207
    • WHITCOMB, JOSIAH—Killed by Indians
  • -- 131
    • WHITE, A. M.—Agent for Pima Indians
  • -- 4
    • WHITE MOUNTAIN RESERVATION—Established in 1871
  • -- 16
    • WHITE, REV. DAVID—Reports to Peace Commissioner Vincent Colyer
  • -- 278 279
    • WHITMAN, LIEUT. ROYAL E.—In command at Camp Grant
  • -- 156
      • appointed as agent for certain Apache Indians
  • -- 157
      • influence with Indians
  • -- 163
      • receives Comr. Vincent Colyer
  • -- 230
      • secures data on Camp Grant Massacre
  • -- 242
    • WHITTING, JOHN—Killed by Indians
  • -- 128
    • WHOOTEN, SERGEANT—Recommended for conduct on expedition against Indians
  • -- 115
    • WICKENBURG MASSACRE—Mention of
  • -- 273
      • account of
  • -- 289 et seq.
    • WILBUR, DR. R. A.—Mention of
  • -- 230
    • WILBUR, H. R.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • WILCOX, PHIL. P.—Indian agent at San Carlos reservation
  • -- 17
    • WILLIAMS, DR.—Indian agent at Camp Verde reservation hounded into insane asylum
  • -- 10 11
    • WILLIAMSON, A. C.—Indians attack ranch of
  • -- 144
    • WILLIS, JOHN—Murderer taken from jail and lynched
  • -- 205
    • WILSON, GEORGE H. (YACKEY)—Mention of
  • -- 310 311
    • WIRTS, DR.—Mention of
  • -- 120
    • WOOD, MILES L.—Testifies in behalf of Indians massacred at Camp Grant
  • -- 243
    • WOODWORTH --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • WOOLSEY, KING S.—Gives account of Lieut. McCleave's scout against Indians
  • -- 24 et seq.
      • has Mexican boy in his service killed by Mexican outlaw
  • -- 204
    • WOOSTER, L. B.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 146
      • also wife of killed by Indians
  • -- 164
    • WRIGHTSON, W.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 135
    • WYCKOFF, H.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 195
    • WYCKOFF --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 147
    • YERKES --.—Train attacked by Indians
  • -- 141
    • YNIGO --.—Killed on ranch of Peter Kitchen by Indians
  • -- 141
    • YNIGO, MANUEL—Has train attacked by Indians
  • -- 145
    • YONKER, EDWARD—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • YOUNG --.—Killed by Indians
  • -- 142
    • YOUNG, COL. J. ROE—Indian agent at Sacaton, hounded into insane asylum
  • -- 11
    • YUMAS—Reservation for, established
  • -- 4
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