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Brown, Robert W., Rev., gave History of

Diocese Grand Rapids, 9, 509-521; mem-

ber society, 52.
Brown, S. R., 552.
Brown, S. S., 431.
Brown, William, 654.
Brown, William H., 238, 717.
Brown, W. L., gift to society, 23.
Brown county, organized and named, 447-

449.
Brown directory Three Rivers, cited, 435.
Browne, ---, Dr., Howell, 180.
Brownell & Dexter, 432.
Brownston, population, 563.
Brummelkamp, A., Rev., 206, 207.
Brundage, Perry, pioneer Howell, 191.
Brush, Elijah, sketch, 342.
Brush, Elijah, Mrs., (Adelaide Askin) 341.
Buchanan, Baldoon settler, 79.
Buchanan, lad died at sea, 780.
Buchanan, Claude R., gave memoir Mrs.

T. D. Gilbert, 49, 693-698.
Buchanan, John, brother buried at sea, 80.
Buchanan, Sophie Bingham, Mrs.

biography of Mrs. Campau, 64-69; death
reported, 22; member society, 7;. re-
marks on, by Mrs. Ferrey, 19; visited

the soo, 694.
Bucher, Mrs., Three Rivers, 419.
Buck, D. W., built opera house Lansing,

738.
Buck, George, sr.,

built mill, 424, 431, 432;
first landlord Three Rivers, 427, 428;
first settler 2d ward Three Rivers, 417,

418; postmaster Three Rivers, 427.
Buck, George W., jr., veteran civil war,

428; story, 419, 420.
Buck, M. J., built opera house Lansing,

738.
Buck Hotel, (Tavern) (Half Way House)

Three Rivers, 420, 428.
Bucks, 427 see Three Rivers.
Buckle, Ezekiel, pioneer Howell, 192.
Buckley, (Bukly) Gershom Taintor sketch,

94.
Buckley, Lester, 283.
Bucknell, Thomas, pioneer Howell, 192.
Buffalo, (Bison) none at Detroit, 329.
Buffalo House, Three Rivers, 428.
Buildings, Detroit 1796, 340; in Three

Rivers described, 430, 431.
Bukly, 94 see Buckley.
Bulger, A, H., Capt. letter from McDouall

regarding Fort George, 87.
Bulkley, Delia, Mrs., 530.
Bull, A'bert E., shot Indian horse, 667;

sketch, 660.
Bull, Albert E., (nephew) married Mrs. A.

E. Bull, 660.
Bull, Albert E., Mrs., Lydia A. Shaw, and

Mrs. Albert E. Bull, second, 600.
Bull, Lydia A., Mrs., (Shaw) married Albert

E. Bull, nephew, 660.
Bull Run, battle effect on trade, 31-32.
Bullet mould, presented society, 23.

Bullock, Richard, Capt., Commandant Fort

Mackinac, 86, 87.
Bumphrey, M. H., paper History of Three

Rivers, 50, 417-436.
Bunce, Zephaniah W., judge pioneer St.

Clair county, 574; member legislative

council, 635.
Bunch of Grapes, Boston tavern, 140.
Bunker, Slocum H., first settler Hastings,

646, 648, 652.
Bunker, Slocum H., Mrs., only white woman

in Hastings, 646.
Bunker, Thomas, first county clerk Barry,

646.
Bunn, John, pioneer Howell, 191.
Bunn, Ralph, pioneer Howell, 191.
Burch, —, Miss, 68.
Burch, William, pioneer Howell, 193.
Burd, —, Dr., second in Three Rivers, 436.
Burdick,

judge, 644.
Burdick, J., president Detroit & St. Joseph

railroad, 101,
Burgoyne, John, British general, 656.
Burial place, Cadillac, 109.
Burling, Elizabeth Horner, Mrs., gave

life
of father Gov. Horner, 43, 49, 624-627;

reception to, 47.
Burnet, David G., president Senate Texas

Republic, 243.
Burnett, James, in charge St. Joseph mis-

sion, 639.
Burnett, Matt, sr., storekeeper, 292; left

farm, 317.
Burnett, Matt, jr., 292.
Burnett, Sam, 292.
Burnett, William, started St. Joseph trad-

ing post, 639.
Burnette, Judge, Ohio, 507.
Burns, Mr., gift to museum, 54.
Burr, Miss, gifts to museum, 9.
Burr, C. B., (F.) Dr., offered birthday con-

gratulations to T. W. Palmer, 12; gift to

museum, 53.
Burr, David H., made map Michigan, 633.
Burrell, Jack, justice peace, 301.
Burrell, Jack, Mrs., (Almira) 301.
Burritt, Elihu, 171.
Burrough, William, stage driver death re-

corded, 651, 654.
Burrows, Julius Caesar, U. S. Senator, 417,

427.
Burt, Alvin, used solar compass, 114, 116,

117.
Burt, Austin, paper on Solar Compass, 114-

116.
Burt, E, F., 180, 181, 184.
Burt, Horace E., paper on invention Burt's

compass, 117-118.
Burt, John, gave history of solar compass,

114, 117.
Burt, Wells, 114.
Burt, William, (son W. A.) sketch of solar

compass, 112-118.
Burt, William Austin, judge, 685; awarded

medal, 117; completed Dr. Houghton's

-

work, 113; discovery iron ore, 113, 347; 331; built second fort Mackinac, 90;
invented equatorial sextant, 114; in- burial place, 109; characteristics, 331;
vented solar compass, 684; marked death recorded, 110; disputed trade with
boundary line, 167; no reward from Con- Canada company, 332; family genealogy
gress for Compass, 118; patented com- of, 110; heirs naturalized, 111; inventory
pass, 117; portrait and compass given at Detroit, 329; land grants annulled,
museum, 112, 114; question over pay for 333; name on house, 105, 108, 110; paper
compass, 116; sketch cited, 112; state's by Mr. Burton on visit to his home, 105-
debt to, 114.

111; religion of, 106; signed name La
Burt, William Austin, Mrs., presented relics Mothe Launay, 105; trouble with Jesuits,
to society, 23.

325.
Burt heirs gave W. A. Burt's portrait to Cadillac, Antoine, jr., sketch, 110.
society, 114.

Cadillac, Antoine, Mrs., (Marie Therese
Burt's Solar Compass, 684; description by Guyon) 105; arrival Detroit, 1702, 328.
Austin Burt, 114-116.

Cadillac, Francois, married Angelique Fur-
Burton, -, Mr., farm now M. A. C. grounds, gole, 111.
3.

Cadillac, Francois, Mrs., (Angelique Fur-
Burton, Clarence M., historigrapher Detroit, gole Salvignac) 111.

president M. P. & His. Soc., 1, 4, 18, 36, Cadillac, Jacques, came to Detroit 1702,
41, 43, 48, 587; address, at annual meet- 110.
ings, 1, 17, 20, 21, 42, 43; at Flint, 12; at Cadillac, Jean Antoine, death recorded, 111.
Kalamazoo, 30; appointed nominating Cadillac, Joseph Lamothe, son of Cadillac,
committee, 18; bought manuscripts, 45; 111; sketch, 111.
commended Emily Ward, 5; early essay Cadillac, Joseph, Mrs., (Marguerite de
"Horrors of War,” 647; edited collec- Gregoire) 110.
tions, 50; manuscripts cited, 513; papers Cadillac, Judith, brought up by Ursuline
amusements in Detroit in colonial days, Nuns, 110.
5, 324-342; boundaries U. S. under 1782 Cadillac, Magdelene, 110.
treaty, 130-139; Cadillac's home, 105- Cadillac, Marguerite Anne La Mothe,
111; photographed manuscripts, 46; pos- daughter of Joseph Lamothe Cadillac,
sesses Risdon map, 636; remarks cited, 111.
37; work for society commended, 14, 15, Cadillac, Marie Agatha, 111.
45, 51, 152, 647.

Cadillac, Marie Anne, death recorded, 111.
Burton, Clarence M., Mrs., (Anna) visited Cadillac, Marie Therese, (Mrs. Francois-
Cadillac's home, 105.

Hercule de Poursargues) daughter of
Burton, “Aunt Hattie,” Ionia settler aided Cadillac, 111.
by Campau, 65.

Cadillac, La Mothe Marie Therese, (Mrs.
Burton, M. Agnes, compiled biography Bartholomy de Gregoire) daughter of

Judge Patterson, 43, 717, 718; edited Joseph Lamothe Cadillac, 111.

collections, 50; pay for editing, 25, 55. Cadillac, Pierre Denis, death recorded, 111.
Burton, Thomas, opposed sale public lands, Cadillac, Rene Louis, death recorded, 111.
242.

Cadillac, name for Lake Michigan, 442.
Bush, Edward P., sketch, 187.

Cadillac, papers cited, 30.
Bush, Elbert, 180.

Cahill, Edward, judge, committee work by,
Bush, John N., remarks by, 48.

2, 3, 5, 27-29, 48, 681; paper Historical
Bush, Rufus T., 181.

lights from Judicial decisions, 118;
Bush & Patterson, 525.

resolutions offered by, 2, 48, 49.
Bushnell, Horace, Dr., 233.

Calash bonnet, loaned by Mrs. Ferrey, 9.
Bushnell, Harvey, pioneer Howell, 193. Caldwell, Edward, Rev., consultor to Right
Butler, William G., pioneer Saugatuck, Reverend Bishop, 519.
157.

Caldwell, J. M., 283.
Butterworth and Lowe, 71.

Caldwell, James T., 281.
Byrd, W. P. Q., Rev., colored, 736.

Caldwell, John, 281,
Byrne, James, Rev., Midland, 515.

Caldwell, W. G., manufacturer, 424, 432.
Byrne, Thomas, lumberman, 682.

Caldwell & Co,, 432,

Caldwell, Twichell & Co., 423.
Cabell, Joseph C., Virginia senator estab- Calhoun, John C., vice president U. S.,
lished U. of Virginia, 236, 237.

county named for, 455.
Cabin, Uncle Tom's, brought out by Fugi- Calhoun county, organized and named,

tive slave law, 268; factor in Rebellion, 455; part played in history, 220-279;
276.

population, 219.
Cadillac, Antoine, (Laumet) de la Mothe, California, bought Bancroft manuscripts,

founder of Detroit, 275, 324, 455, 656, 45.
715; accompanied by French, 327; ap- Calkins, E. A., presented book, to society, 9.
pointed governor New Orleans, 332; Calkins, Edmund Piper, member society, 7.
brought three horses into Detroit, 330, Calkins, Sylvester, Rev., 182.

con-

Callaert, D., Rev., Manistee, 515.

Canal, Miami, much used, 147; object of,
Calumets, kinds, 330.

146.
Camp, Herman, defendant Crosswhite case, Canal, Ohio started, object of, 146.
221, 260; judgment against, 265.

Candy heart, bought 1862, presented
Camp, Samuel, Hastings pioneer, 645. museum, 9.
Campaigns, early described, 99, 339, 483. Cannon, George H., death reported, 8; gave
Campau, Antoine, nephew and protege of Burt's solar compass to society, 114; life
Louis, 66.

of Burt cited, 112; memoir, 17, 73, 684-
Campau, Dennis, Mr. and Mrs., 64.

686; portrait facing, 64; paper Michigan
Campau, Edward, married Phebe Lewis, Land Boundary, 163-168, 686; paper
666.

Prehistoric Forts in Macomb county,
Campau, Edward, Mrs., (Phebe Lewis) 73-76, 686.
pupil Mrs. Stone, 174, 175, 666.

Cannon, George H., Mrs., (Lucy M. Cole)
Campau, Frances, see Mrs. Touissaint 685.
Campau.

Canoes, (dug-outs) described, 669; means
Campau, George, 60.

of transportation, 465.
Campau, Henry, 65.

Capitol at Lansing economically
Campau, Henry, Mrs., (Genevava Marsac) structed, 706; located at Lansing, 737.
65.

Cap-squa-itt, Indian name for Hooker, 62.
Campau, Louis, sr., married Therese Moran, Captain of Milwaukee boat murdered, 161.
65.

Card receiver, for museum from Pearl Pope,
Campau, Louis, sr., Mrs., (Therese Moran) 9.
65.

Cardell, Benjamin W., 184.
Campau, Louis, “Uncle," Indian trader, at Carder, Lizzie, teacher, 527.
Grand Rapids, 65, 66, 98, 452, 638, 659; Carey, Calvin, 169; wounded in civil war,
aid to Ionia settlers, 65; dressed like 170.
Indian, 666; founder of Grand Rapids, Carey, C. L., missionary among Indians,
64, 95; married Ann Knaggs, second wife 168; death recorded, 169.
Sophie de Marsac, 65; president People's Carey, David L., death recorded, 169.
Bank, 102; sketch, 65.

Carey, Etta Maria, 169.
Campau, Louis, Mrs., (Ann Knaggs) first Carey, George W., 168.

wife, second Sophie de Marsac "Aunt Carey, Henry C., 603.
Sally" biography, 64-69; death recorded, Carey, John F., 168.
69; described, 66; one of first women Carey, Joseph Thomas, 169.

Grand Rapids, 64; portrait facing, 64. Carey, M., atlas of, 633.
Campau, (Phebe Lewis) see Mrs. Edward Carey, Nancy, Mrs., (C. L.) autobiography,
Campau.

168-171; captured by Lee's guerillas, 170;
Campau, Sophie de Marsac, Mrs., see Mrs. death recorded, 8, 170; discharged as
Louis Campau.

nurse, 170; father member of Masonic
Campau, Toussaint, nephew of Louis, 65. lodge, 171; given umbrella by Lincoln
Campau, Touissaint, Mrs., (Emily Marsac) and this given to museum, 24, 170; sons
65.

in civil war, 169, 170.
Campau, home, 67.

Carey, Rachel Jane, 169.
Campbell, Dr., Battle Creek, 280. Carey & Lea, map makers, described, 633.
Campbell, Caroline P. Mrs., 49 see Mrs. Carey Mission, location, 478, 639.
James H. Campbell.

Carl, —, Col., died from wounds civil war,
Campbell, Donald, Capt., gave ball at 170.
Detroit, 1761, 334.

Carl, John, pioneer Howell, 190.
Campbell, Eri, pioneer Howell township, Carleton, Frank Tracy, Dr., Hillsdale Col-
194.

lege paper, 201-204.
Campbell

, James H., Mrs., (Caroline P.) Carleton, Guy Sir, (Lord Dorchester) gov.
introduced twin daughters of the Ameri- gen, Canada, 444.
can Revolution at meeting, 48; offered Carleton, (Carlton) Luther, landlord Three
resolution regarding Gov. Mason flag, Rivers House, 428.

37; paper on Michigan seal cited, 49. Carleton, Smith H., planted first shade
Campbell, James V., LL. D., supreme trees Kalamazoo, 41.
justice Mich., 28, 451, 549, 552, 574, 600; Carleton, Will, Michigan poet, address
opinion Michigan Statehood, 129.

cited, 4, 19; expenses, 55.
Campmeeting, described, 308, 309.

Carlton, Luther, miller, 432.
Canada, boundaries, 135, 136; new govern- Candle stick and snuffers, presented society,

ment planned for, 134; pony cart, 552; 10.
trail route, 668, 672.

Carpenter, Eli, 178.
Canal, Caledonian Scotland, 143; Erie aid Carpenter, Sidney, pioneer Howell town-

to emigration, 143-145, 454, 457, 547, ship, 193.
555, 559; opening of, 143;

Carpet, peacock belonging to Campaus, 67.

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Carr, A. G., gift to museum, 9.

Certificates, marriage, presented society,
Carr, Miles, 666.

23.
Carrier, Edwin, 422.

Chacorne, Francois Augustus, Baron de
Carroll, John, Rev. D. D., first bishop Joannes Chevalier, Cap., sketch cited,
Baltimore, 510.

331,
Cars, first passenger, described, 495, 500. Chab-we-gan, 463 see Cheboygan.
Carte, Pisano, oldest map of Michigan, 628. Chadwick, Theron H., anti-slavery ad-
Carter, Mr., American representative vocate, 280.
London, 131.

Chaffee, Michael, pioneer Howell, 194.
Carton, A, C., elected trustee, 48.

Chairs, Governor and Judges in museum,
Carton, John, Hon., remarks at Flint meet- described, 323; given society from
ing, 15.

Masons by E. J. Wright, 1, 2, 322-324.
Carver, Jonathan, American traveller, 475. Champlain, Samuel de explorer, 455, 458,
Casart, J., Rev., circuit rider, 182.

463; named lake Huron, 465.
Case, Daniel, pioneer Howell, 183, 188, Champlin, Sally Ann, (Mrs. Ebenezer 0.
190;
sketch, 187.

Grosvenor) 703.
Case, F., Three Rivers, 428.

Chandler, Zachariah, U.S. Senator, 54, 256,
Case, Fred H., editor, 426, 428.

277; anti-slavery advocate, 255, 265,
Case, F. M. & Co., 424, 433.

275; candidate for governor, 271; dele-
Case, James A., death reported, 8.

gate national convention Philadelphia,
Case, Job, pioneer Howell, 188; death re- 273; letter from Gen. Custer, 489, 490;
corded, 186.

statue of at Washington voted by legis-
Case, R. E., editor, 426.

lature, 27, 29.
Casey, William, runaway slave, 283.

Chapin, Dr., connected with Willard
Cass, Lewis, gov. Mich., gen. U. S. Sec. Hospital, 728.

War, 116, 447, 453, 456, 460, 478, 571, Chapin, A C., presented portrait Judge
574, 693, 732; aided Michigan progress, Long to museum,

9.
451, 452, 471, 545; appointed U.S. Secre- Chapin, Samuel A., 130.
tary War, 467; attitude toward slavery, Chaplin, E. P., 700.
275; commended, 455; defeated for Chaplin, Elisha Powell and wife, 700.
president U. S., 256, 264, 269, 272; edu- Chapman, Alcott C., nativity, 573.
cated Indian, 662; founded Detroit His- Chapoton, Alexander, Commr. building
torical Society, 30, 556; gave Pontiac Michigan Capitol, 706.
manuscript to Parkman, 45; made treaty Charboneau, French pioneer Barry
with Indians, 197, 450, 639; named county, 660; found apple trees at Scale's
eleven Michigan counties, 477; nativity, Prairie, 663.
573; ordered investigation horses stolen Charlevoix, Pierre Francois, Xavier de,
from Indians, 156; organized new coun- county named for, 462; quoted, 468;
ties, 452; political measures, 244, 268; sketch, 462, 463.
preserved traditions, 453; presidential Charlevoix county formerly Keshkauko
candidate, 255, 261, 262, 263; proclama- origin of name, 462.
tion cited, 449, 478; re-established Wayne Charlevoix, map cited, 473.
Co., 445, 446; statue at Washington, 5, Chase, Miss, death recorded, 533.
27, 29.

Chase, Levi, Hastings landlord, 646.
Cass county organized and named, 455; Chase, Lew Allen, M. A., paper transporta-
pioneers, 637-645.

tion east and west, 46, 589-609.
Cassoway, kept trading post Three Chase, N. G., Rev., 183.
Rivers, 419.

Chatfield, Smith, Mrs., gave Crowell bible
Castelsarrassin, France, Cadillac's home, to society, 9, 212.
107-109.

Cheboygan county, origin of name, 463,
Casterton, John, pioneer Howell, 194,

464.
Castle, Baldoon, described, 82.

Chenago, Indian chief, 61, 63.
Catholepistemiad, original name U. of M., Cheney, W. L., 9.
237, 556.

Cheonoquet, (Big Cloud) Chippewa chief,
Catholics Roman, church at Howell, 184; meaning of name, 467.

established High School Grand Rapids, Cheonoquet county, changed to Mont-
517; first church in Kalamazoo, 526; morency, 467.
first priest in Michigan, 509; report of Cherronesus, proposed name for Michigan,
churches and work, 520, 521.

meaning, 440.
Cavalry, Third N. Y., service in civil war, Cheveux Releves, 458 see Ottawas.
691.

Chicago, population, 605; railroad im-
Cemetery, pioneer Three Rivers, 420, 421; provements, 607.
started Grand Traverse, 310.

Chicago Road or turnpike, 483, 484, 499;
Census, Michigan 1810, 549; for 1830, 456. appropriation for, 594; site marked at
Central House, Hotel, Three Rivers, 428. Clinton, 484.

Chicago treaty with Indians, 454, 488.
Chiefs, signed treaty, (totem) 83.
Child, David, made beet sugar 1840, 129.
Child, Jesse, pioneer Howell, 192.
Children, cared for by Aunt Emily Ward,

588.
China, collection payment to Mrs. Babbitt

for, 11; presented society by Mrs. Hahn,

10.
Chipman, Joseph N., sketch cited, 100.
Chippewa, Indian chief, described, 670.
Chippewa (Michilimackinac) county, ex-

tent, named changed from Michilimacki-
nac, 454; organized and named, 447, 448,

454.
Chippewa (Cheppeway) Indians, name for

Saginaw, 452; treatment of enemies, 454;
treaty with, 197; war with Ottawas, 318.
Chippewa, lake boat, 639.
Chittenden, Henry, pioneer Howell, 191.
Choate, s.'P., Dr., pioneer Three Rivers,

Clark, Orlando B., Mrs., (Adeline Hyde)

346.
Clark, Walter, teacher Kalamazoo, 529.
Clarke, Hovey K., attorney, 221, 261, 271,

272, 273, 276, 277; anti slavery advocate,
263, 264; candidate for attorney general,
270; chairman State Central committee,
270; member house representatives, 265;

supreme court reporter, 278.
Clarkson, Mary Mrs., 9.
Clay, Henry, defeated for president U. S.,

264, 266; statesman, 248; advocate of
fugitive slave law, 256, 276.
Clear, John, Mrs., presented society with

books, 9.
Cleary, Francis, paper on Old Fort Malden,

15, 370-386.
Cleaveland, John Payne, Rev., president

Marshall College, 237, 238; member legis-
lature, 278.
Clemens, Christian, founder Mt. Clemens,

342, 564.
Clement, J. D., Kalamazoo, 36; letter from

Joseph Lomax, 31-33; letter from Gov.

Osborn, 35.
Cleveland, Dr., Poughkeepsie hospital, 728.
Cleveland, Grover, president U. S., 477.
Clifton, hotel Battle Creek, 281,
Clinton, DeWitt, gov. New York, built

436.
Cholera, at Detroit, 513; ravages of, 287;

stopped Michigan emigration, 545, 547.
Chopping knife, presented society by Mrs.

and Miss Becker, 10.
Christiancy, Isaac P., judge U. S. Senator,

509; given church land for services, 506.
Chuic, William, Tuscarora chief, 169.
Church, Thomas B., attorney, 278.
Churches, branches of, 515, 516; at Albion,

215; at Arbe Croche, 510; described of
Cadillac's home, 109; division in among
Hollanders, 205; early Howell described,
183-185; early Three Rivers, 423, 425,
426; first built in Allegan county, 157;
first meeting Eaton Rapids, 676; first in
Romeo, 155; first in St. Joseph county,
421; records old and valuable, 326; re-
port Catholic Grand Rapids Diocese,
509-621; services, 675.
Chusco, Ottawa chief, 466.
Cider, exported, 333.
Circuit riders, Methodists history of valu-

able, 203.
Cisler, brother of Joseph, 667.
Cisler, Huston, father of Joseph, 656.
Cisler, Huston, Mrs., (Rachel Scott) 656.
Cisler, Joseph, 654, 660, 662, 665, 668, 669;

related incidents, 666; sketch, 656.
Citizen, meaning of term, 609, 610.
Citizenship and the Public School, by Prof.

Sloan, 47, 609-618.
Civil War, soldiers from Howell, 185; Three

Rivers, 429.
Clare, formerly Kaykakee county, origin

Ohio Canal, 143, 146, 457; commission

from presented society, 9.
Clinton county, named from Gov. Clinton,

457; organized, 456.
Clinton river, formerly Huron, 449, 450,

457.
Clinton (Lenawee Co.) Womans' Club,

marked Chicago road, 484.
Clippert & Spaulding, 681.
Cloth, cotton, price, 676.
Clubs Women's, Alba, White Pigeon, 9;

Adrian, 483, 491-498; Isabella started
by Mrs. Stone, 173, 174; Kalamazoo,
hospitality, 34, 41; Marine City Women's,
gift of, 5, 9, 581; Traverse City gift to
museum, 53, 320.
Clute, H. E. J., editor Three Rivers, 426.
Clute, Wilbur H., editor, 426, 427.
Coaches, 500 see Cars.
Cob-moo-sa, Ottawa chief, 62.
Cochran, Sylvester, Rev., 184.
Cocker, William J., death recorded, 538.
Coffin, Levi, Quaker organized under-

ground railway, 279, 281-283.
Coins, foreign, presented museum by Major

Haarer, 9.
Colbert, Jean Baptiste, minister of finance

under Louis XIV, 470.
Colbert & Chamberlain, 603.
Colburns, —, pioneers Massachusetts, 287.
Colby, Sheridan J., Hon., death reported, 8.
Colden, map with History Five Nations,

456.
Cole, E. & Co., bankers, 426.
Cole, Herman H., postmaster Three Rivers,

427.

name, 464.

Clark, Howell attorney, 180.
Clark, Mr., leased Baldoon, 84.
Clark, Mr., Three Rivers, 432.
Clark, Charles, 183.
Clark, George Rogers, gen. captured Gov.

Hamilton, 337, 621.
Clark, Mary, 183.
Clark, Matilda, 183.

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