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530.

Cole, Lucy M., (Mrs. George H. Cannon) 246; aided fugitive slaves, 253, 254, 258,

266, 267, 276; called Abolitionist, 267;
Cole, M., Mrs., gifts to society, 23.

defendant in Crosswhite slave case, 255,
Coleman, William, runaway slave, 282, 283, 260; judgment against, 265; sketch cited,
Colgrove, Philip T., gave biography H. A. 256.
Goodyear, 645-653.

Comstock, Mich., first mill at, 40; how
Collector for museum, Mrs. F. S. Babbitt, village named, 528.
4, 18.

Conant, Harry, Dr., physician to Gen. Cass
Collectiơns, see Books M. P. & His. Soc. expedition, 574.
Colleges, early started in Michigan, 527- Conductors, underground railway stations,
533, 545.

281, 282.
Collier, J. A., landlord, hotel at Dearborn, Conely, Edwin F., attorney, 714.
101.

Conely & Maybury, 714.
Collins, H. P., Rev., committee on election Conely, Maybury & Lucking, 714.
officers, 18.

Conger, Louis H., letter from I. B. Rogers,
Collins, Judson D., pupil U. of M., 1841,

Congregational, church Howell extinct,
Colman, (Coleman) Eliza, (Mrs. Rodney 184,

Seymour) first teacher Kalamazoo, 523. Congress, action regarding Burt's com-
Colman, H. G., Mrs., 533.

pass, 116; appropriations U. P. survey,
Colon, Cadillac's horse, 330, 331,

165; district, 34; extent of, 324; library
Colonists, uneducated, 326.

gift of report, 53; never recompensed
Colonization, Dutch, motives for, 204.

Burt, 117, 118; offset Burt's claims, 118;
Columbus, Christopher, explorer, 457.

offered internal improvement, 102; passes
Colvin, Hervey, 496.

resolution on Mich. boundaries, 167;
Colvin, Mary L., Mrs., (Hervey) president powers of, 120; power to incorporate

Womans' Clubs address, 491, 496-498. banks, 122; prayer first in, embroidered
Commerce, Michigan history needed on, and presented society, 10; rewarded Gov.
151.

Horner, 625; vote for delegate, 640.
Commercial Club, Kalamazoo, 51.

Conklin, -, Mrs., held religious service,
Commission, (1820) presented society by 675; death recorded, 676.
H. N. Rowley, 9.

Connecticut Historical Society, exchange
Committee, auditing, 1, 3; report, 4, 18, books, 54.

48; historical of society, 4, 18; Kalama Connet, Affa, (Mrs. William Upjohn) 647.
zoo County historical society, 39; report Connet, Lydia Amelia, (Mrs. William Up-
on Statue at Washington, D. C., 5, john) 647.
26-29.

Connolly, John, Rev., Father, gave memoir
Common Council, Detroit organization, W.C. Maybury, 36, 714-716.
554,

Conradt, Adam, Howell pioneer, 193.
Company, Colony of Canada disputed trade Conradt, Leonard, pioneer Howell, 193.
with Cadillac, 332.

· Constant, Louise, (Lisette) (Mrs. William
Compass, Solar, Burt's given museum, 112, Lasley) 97.

114; patented by Burt, 115, 117; ques Constant, Pierre, married Indian woman,
tions over invention, 117, 118; Sun 97.
flower, trouble with, 115; surveyors, Constitution, U. S. declared supreme law
affected by iron ores, 113.

of land, 122; interpreted by judiciary,
Comstock, —, (son of Addison J.) first 122; no precedent for, 119.
white child Adrain, 482.

Continental bills, presented museum by
Comstock, -, Miss (Mrs. Lucius Boltwood) Major Haarer, 9.
69.

Cook, Asa B., connection with anti slavery
Comstock, Addison J., founded Adrian, Crosswhite case, 220, 246, 247, 255, 266,

481, 483; promoted railroad, 493; sketch, 276, 277; suit discontinued, 265.
482, 496.

Cook, D. B., publisher, 654.
Comstock, Addison J., Mrs., named Adrian, Cook, Samuel F., paper cited, 3.
482.

Cooke, George, A, B., postmaster, 426, 427.
Comstock, C. C., paper on Daniel Ball, Cooley, -, trader at Adrian, 216, 217.
69-73.

Cooley, Anthony, Col., artist, 528; Kalama-
Comstock, Darius, Lenawee settler, 481 zoo postmaster, 33.

483; promoted railroad, 493; sketch, 496. Cooley, Carlton, story of, 216, 217.
Comstock, Horace H., town and village Cooley, Dennis, Dr., caused survey of old
named for, 528.

Macomb forts, 74, 75.
Comstock, Horace H., Mrs., niece J. Feni- Cooley, Eugene Frank, member society, 7.
more Cooper, 528.

Cooley, Thomas Mortimer, supreme justice
Comstock, Oliver Cromwell, sr., Dr. Rev., Mich., 27, 159, 223, 587.
266; member Congress, 278.

Cooper, David M., Rev., biography by
Comstock, Oliver Cromwell, jr., Dr., 220, Palmer cited, 4.

Craig, James A., B. D., Ph. D., U. of M.

quoted, 474.
Cram, Thomas Jefferson, engineer capt.

gen.,' 167; commended, 166; sketch, 165.
Cramer, D., teacher Howell, 181.
Crandal, David F., pioneer Howell, 194.
Crane, É. A., illness reported, 35.
Crane, E. M., remarks by, 41.
Crane, Flavius J. B., county clerk Livings-

ton, 180, 188, 189; built Eagle hotel
Howell, 179; first postmaster Howell,

178; platted Howell, 177.
Crane, George, Adrian, promoted railroad,

493, 495, 497; sketch, 496.
Crane, Sherburn, pioneer Howell, 188, 189.
Crane & Brooks, hotel Howell, 187.
Crapo, Henry Howland, gov. Michigan, 16,

706.
Crary, Isaac E., gen, founder of Mich. school

system, 221, 231, 234, 235, 545, 718;
aided Homestead exemption act, 241;
attacked by Tom Corwin, 234; C. C.
Bates tribute to, 236; characteristics, 233;
member Constitutional convention, 227;
sketch cited, 220; summary of work,

225-227.
Crawford, Riley C., Rev., death reported,

53, 182, memoir, 48, 686-689.
Crawford, Riley C., Mrs., (Mary Warren)

death recorded, 688.
Crawford, William, col. burned at the stake,

464.

Cooper, J. Fenimore, wrote "Oak Open-

ings" from Kalamazoo and Allegan, 158,

528.
Cooper, J. L., Mrs., 494 see Mrs. Louisa

Morey.
Cooper, R. W., gift to museum, 53.
Cooper, S, E., Mrs., loan to museum, 53.
Cooper, misnamed Cooperstown, 168.
Cooperstown, 168 see Cooper.
Copley, Alexander B., paper, 637-645.
Copley, A. Ward, member legislature, 637.
Copper, displayed at Ontonagon, 629; fever

in Michigan history on needed, 151; first

report of Houghton, 470.
Cornelius, -, Miss, teacher Kalamazoo

College, 532.
Cornell, Ezra, endowed Cornell University,

231, 234.
Cornell, Frank W., postmaster Kalamazoo,

33.
Coronelli, map Lake Michigan, 442.
Corwin, Thomas, Hon., attack on Crary

cited, 234, 236.
Costam, -, Capt. of Ira C. Chaffee, 162.
Costume, 350 see dress.
Cotter, Margaret, (Mrs. Thomas Maybury)

714.
Counties, authorized by ordinance 1787,

443; history and meaning names, 439
478; names changed by Legislature, 461;
names mispelled, 473; number in Michi-
gan, 477; origin of names, 4, 439-477;

organized, 446-477.
Countryman, Hannah Elizabeth, Mrs.,

member society, 7.
Courts, early printed arguments and briefs,

126; held in Kalamazoo schoolhouse,
523; pioneer in Howell, 180; records of

sources of history, 57.
Cousin, Victor, aided Michigan schools, 235;

sketch, 233.
Covert, John, Rev., in charge Seminary

Kalamazoo, 534.
Covert, Mary, (Mrs. Daniel Ball) 69.
Cowles, Charley, medical student, 280.
Cowles, Cyrus, 163.
Cowles, Eliot, New Berlin, N. Y., 737.
Cowles, Eliot, Mrs., (Sarah Salome Phelps)

ancestry, 737.
Cowles, Frederick Mortimer, built Lansing

Opera House, 738; enlisted Mexican war,
737; memoir, 4, 7, 22, 737, 738; presented
bouquet to Mrs. Babbitt, 5; public work
for Lansing, 738; worked on Lansing

Capitol, 737.
Cowles, Frederick Mortimer, Mrs., (Delia

L. Ward) 737.
Cowles, Herman, 280.
Cowles, Joseph P., pioneer Ingham county,

737.
Cowles, Lizzie, 738.
Cowles, Lucie D., 737.
Cox, -, Three Rivers, 434.
Cox, Edward, Dr., surgeon in civil war, 280.
Cox, Primer of Michigan, for reading lesson,

622.

fort and county named for, 449.
Crawford, (Shawono) county, organized and

origin of name, 447-449, 464, 465; (1818)

two counties so named, 464.
Creig, Robert S., pioneer Howell, 193.
Cressey, Waitstill, Hastings, 654.
Creuxius, map 1720, 443.
Criswell, Katherine, Mrs., member society,

7.
Crittenden, , Allegan pioneer, 157.
Crittenden, Alvin L., Rev., Howell pioneer,

182, 188, 189.
Crittenden, Alvin L., Mrs., (Miss Thomp-

son) 177.
Crittenden, L. C., Mrs., (Maryette Rumsey)

181.
Croghan, George Col., attacked Ft. Macki-

nac, 87; defeated at Ft. Mackinac, 92,
Cronks, Ellen Amanda Cook, Mrs., member

society, 7.
Crooked river, 468 see Manistee.
Crooks, David, Mr. and Mrs., 686.
Crosette, Isaac, postmaster Kalamazoo,

427.
Cross, John, established underground rail-

way stations, 280-283.
Crossette, Clara, Mrs., (Miss Reed) pioneer,

417; story, 421.
Crossman, C. S., presented shells to society,
Crosswhite, —, Kentucky slave master, 252.
Crosswhite, -, (Mrs. Ned Stone) 252.
Crosswhite, Adam, colored fugitive slave,

23.

244-246, 718; escape of, 247, 254; ex-

riences given in Uncle Tom's Cabin,
268; pursuit of fugitive, 247; sketch of,
244, 245, 252; verdict of damages, 264,

265.
Crosswhite, Adam, Mrs., gave account of

escape from slavery, 253.
Crosswhite case, viz, Giltner vs. Gorham

factor in politics, 277; history of, 252-
256; Hobart's version, 257-259; influence
of, 263-266, 273-278; judgment against

defendants, 260, 265.
Crotty, William E., presented picture to

society, 24,
Croul, Jerome, on Gov. Blair's staff, 705.
Crowell, Jesse, Albion pioneer, bible given
museum, 9; characteristics, 214; finances,
212; life of by James C. Eslow, 212-218;
proposed monument to, 217, 218; work

for Albion College, 212.
Crowell Monument Association, 217, 218.
Crown lands unsold, 137.
Crumer, -, platted Three Rivers, 436.
Crump, Rosseau O., Michigan congressman,

death reported, 678.
Crusat, Don Francisco, destroyed Fort St.

Joseph, 656, 657.
Cuenick, de Charles, Rev., Father, 512.
Cuillerier, dit Beaubien, 339 see also Beau-

bien,
Cuillerier, (Curie) Angelique, 334 see Beau-

bien,
Cumberland Road, 142, 145; remained

National, 147.
Cummings, Cornelia Daniels, Mrs., member

society, 52.
Cummings, Mary Begole, Mrs., member

society, 7.
Cup and saucer, loaned society by Stewart

family, 10.
Curie, Mademoiselle, 334 see Beaubien.
Currency, kinds, 426; old, presented

museum, 9.
Curry, David, Van Buren pioneer, 637.
Curtenius, Frederick W., Col., 528.
Curtis, Benjamin, Howell pioneer, 184.
Curtis, “Bob,” 490 see Major Sylvanus W.

Curtiss.
Curtis, Burr, death recorded, 691.
Curtis, Caleb, Howell pioneer, 181.
Curtis, George, landlord Howell, death re-

ported, 179, 188; sketch, 186.
Curtis, George, Mrs., (Miss Gaston) land-

lady Howell, 179,
Curtis, John, merchant Howell, 179, 188;

sketch, 186.
Curtis, Mary, (Mrs. J. G. Mason) 181.
Curtis, Victory, pioneer Howell, 186, 188.
Curtiss, -, Dr., probably Dr. Norman

Curtiss, 178.
Curtiss, B. A., Rev., Methodist circuit rider,
Curtiss (Curtis "Bob") major Sylvanus W.

Curtiss, see Vol. XXVII, p. 147, 490.
Cushaway, half-breed, 388.
Cushman, Henry J., millwright, 280.

Custard, Alexander, Mrs., paper on St.

Joseph county French, 40, 401-417; gift

to museum, 53.
Custer, George A., general, 27; letter to Zach

Chandler, 489, 490.
Custis, Virginia family, 624.
Customs, social of Indians, 321.
Cutcheon, Byron M., gen., biography cited,

2; gave meaning Manistee, 468.
Cutcheon, original name McCutcheon, 2.
Cutting, C. C., Mrs., organist. 36,
Cuyler, -, judge, Savannah, Ga., 97.
Cuyler, Maria A., (Mrs. Ebenezer Sproat

Sibley) 97.
Cyclone, in Kalamazoo 1834, 523.
Dablon, Claude, (Pere) Jesuit priest, de-

scribes Minong Island, 475.
Dake, David M., first doctor in Hastings,

646, 648.
D'Allon, Marie, (Mrs. Pierre Bissonette)

502.
Dalton, Michael, Rev., Father, Berlin,

Mich., 514.
Damon, Charles, pioneer Howell, 193.
Dana, Anderson, killed at Wyoming mas-

sacre, 343.
Dana, Charles A., author, 343.
Dana, Sarah, (Mrs. Moses Hyde) 343.
Dances, barred by churches, 309; early in
Detroit, 334, 335; held at Forsyth tavern,
339; held in warehouses, 328; pioneer,

306, 307; Sweetwater, by Indians, 321.
Danforth, Frances, (Mrs. Touissant Cam-

pau) 64; possessor of Campau clock, 67.
Daniels, --, Mrs., (Kalamazoo) 34.
Daniels, James, pioneer Howelí, 192.
Daniels, W. P., railroad commissioner, 495.
D'Anville, —, French map, 629, 630.
Daugherty, Nina, Mrs., paper, Incidents of

early days Allegan county, 156-163.
Daughters of the American Revolution,

Lucinda Stone Chapter Kalamazoo, hos-
pitality toward society, 34-36, 41; 50, 51;
prize given by Menominee chapter to
pupils for local history, 39; twin
daughters at annual meeting 1911, 48;
work of outlined by Dr. Annie Rundell,

Flint, 14, 15.
Dauphin of France, 626 see Louis XVII.
Dave, -, clerk in store Chester Moss, Al-

bion, 216.
Davenne, Charlotte, (Mrs. Jean Bissonette)

502.

Davis, Benjamin F., elected treasurer

society, 4, 18, 48; reports from, 11, 17,

25, 43, 51, 52, 55.
Davis, Betsey, (Mrs. David) 507.
Davis, C. E., Dr., presented mineral speci-

mens to museum, 9.
Davis, David, married Betsey —, 507.
Davis, Etolie T., Miss, gave memoir of

Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Grosvenor, 701-708.
Davis, Henry Winters, 51.
Davis, Mary Sibley, (Mrs. Gabriel Bis-

sonette) 507.

182.

Davis, Sardis, 180, 183.'
Davison, --, gov. Wisconsin, 167.
Davison, G. M., published Traveler's guide,

592, 593.
Davison, Miles W., pioneer Howell, 194.
Dawley, -, early house Three Rivers, 430.
Dawley, (Dolly, Dollie) Elisha, 421, 436.
Day, John E., gave memoir of G. H. Can-

non, 17, 684; gave memoir of D. N.
Lowell, 712, 713; gave paper Lost Finch
Boy, 153-156; presented Burt's compass

and picture to museum, 112-114.
Dayfoot, P. C., Rev., 183.
Dayfoot, Rosina L., Mrs., graduate Mt.

Holyoke, 181, 182.
Deal, Caroline Chaplin, Mrs., 700.
Deal, Frances Eugenia Little, Mrs., 38;

member society, 52.
Dean, Peter J., pioneer Howell, 193.
Dean, William A., pioneer Howell, 193.
Dearborn, Collier's hotel, 101.
Dearing, H. M., Albion, 218.
Deaths, large number Baldoon settlers, 82;

members reported, 8, 22, 43, 53, 677-738.
Decker, Jim., desperado, 316, 317.
Declaration of Independence, on post card,

presented society, 9.
Deer horn, presented society, 23.
De Graff, Diantha, (Mrs. Theodore E.

Potter) 721.
Dejean, Philip, justice of the peace Detroit,

132.
Dejean, P. S., Rev. Father, first resident

priest Arbe Croche, 510.
Dekriere, E. M., Rev. Father, Alpena, 514.
De Lancey, -, Bishop, N. Y., 699.
De Lano, Ednah, (Mrs. James H. Baker)

679.
Delight of Life, meaning Leelanau, 466.
Delisle, -, Detroit, family razor, 330.
Delisle, (Del'Isle) Guillaume, made map,

1703, 443; name on map for Lake Michi-

gan, 442.
Delta county, organized and named, 470.
Demaray, C. C., Mrs., (Miss Frank) Twin

Daughter of the Revolution, at annual
meeting, 48.
Demmon, Isaac N., A. M. LL, D., U. of M.,

221, 226, 231-233.
Den Blyker, 522 see Blyker den.
Denissen, Christian, Rev., records quoted,

65.
Denno, (Denne) Arvilla (Mrs. Harwood)

first teacher Three Rivers, 421, 424.
Dennison, Elizabeth, slave, 127.
Dennison, James, slave in Michigan, 127.
Dennison, Peter, slave in Mich., 127.
Dennison, Scipio, slave in Michigan, 127.
Denonville, Jacques Rene de Bresay, Mar-

quis de, gov. gen. Canada name for Lake

Michigan, 442.
Densmore, Abel, 283; death recorded, 280.
Dental, Charles, gave boulder to Adrian for

marker, 491.
Depew, -, Mrs., Grand Rapids, 68.
De Peyster, Arent Schuyler, major, poem

quoted, 337; report of Detroit, 337;

started third Fort Mackinac, 91.
Dequindre, Antoine, sketch, 342.
Desmedt, P. J., Rev., Father at Cheboy-

gan, 514.
Desnoyers, Elizabeth, (Mrs. J. A. Van

Dyke) 273.
Detroit, amusements in Colonial days, 324-

342; besieged by Indians, 326, 335; bi-
centennial celebration, 715; captured by
British, 334; celebrated peace news, 505;
center French settlements, 551; com-
mended by Evans, 553; condition in
1824, 553=556, 563, 564; cost of ball given
to President Monroe, 446; decreased in
size, 333; early murder in, 132; fire, 551,
552; founded by Cadillac, 324; govern-
ment of, 338; growth, 342, 551, 552; had
branch U. of M., 529; historiographer
(Mr. Burton) cited, 1; hotels, 99; incor-
poration First Protestant Society, 554;
land high, 92, 93; largest postoffice in
State, 34; neighbors of, 334; no buffalo
found in, 329; only parliament election,
338; part U. S., 338; population 1817,
446; in 1836, 494; surrendered by Gen.
Hull, 622, 632; trade at, 333; visited by

Pres. Monroe, 446.
Detroit Directory, first made by McCabe,

65.
Detroit Free Press, aided Michigan settle-

ment, 576; founded, 555.
Detroit Gazette, aided settlements, 576;

started in 1817, 554.
Detroit Historical Society, time founded

by Gen. Cass, 30; organization of, 30.
Detroit & St. Joseph railroad, bought by

State and changed to Mich. Central, 100,

147; expenses, 599; proposed, 598.
Detroit Young Men's Society, organized,
Detterloy, George, location pioneer Howell

township, 193.
Deveaux, Mary, Mrs., 645.
Devol, Jonathan, Capt., lake traffic, 1787,

139.
Dew, Genevieve, assistant in Pioneer room,

salary, 11.
Dewey, Abigail Wetmore, Mrs., (Apollos)

689; death recorded, 690.
Dewey, Apollos, 689, 690.
Dewey, James S., judge, 713.
Dewey, John A., death reported, 53.
Dewey, John Wetmore, member legis-

lature, 690; memoir, 689, 690.
Dewey, John W., Mrs., (Fidelia S. Mather)

second wife, Mrs. Nancy M. Frink, 690.
Dexter, Samuel, U. S. Sec. War 1800, letter

from Tracy, 86.
Dexter, Samuel W., anti slavery advocate,

282.
De Yoe, E. W., Dr., pioneer Kalamazoo,

read Mr. Lomax's letter, 31; talked on

early postoffices Kalamazoo, 33.
De Yoe, William H., postmaster Kalama-

zoo, 33.

556.

352.

Diamond, John H., pioneer Howell, 192.
Diary of Pontiac's Conspiracy, 45.
Dibble, --, farmer, 215, 216.
Dibble, Abigail, 182.
Dibble, Anna, 183.
Dibble, Asahel, 182.
Dibble, Fanny, 182.
Dibble, Joseph A., 182, 183.
Dibble, Philo, Barry county pioneer, 645,

646; postmaster Middleville, 654,
Dibble, Rachel, 183.
Dibble, Silas, 182, 183.
Dibbleville, 654 see Middleville.
Dickery, Isaac, first bridegroom Kalama-

zoo, 34.
Dickie, Charles, elected state senator, 265,

278.
Dickinson, Don M., postmaster general,

called one of “Aunt Emily's boys,” 588,

589; county named for, sketch, 477.
Dickinson, W. B., Rev., 29.
Dickinson county, origin of name, 477.
Dickson, Robert, lieut. col., Indian agent,

86.
Dickson, Thomas, Mrs., (Archange Grant)

340.
Dikeman, -, judge, Schoolcraft, 433.
Dillingham, -, attorney Howell, 180.
Dillingham, Richard, announced arrival

fugitive slaves, Battle Creek, 283.
Dillion, Calvin, pioneer Howell, 193.
Dingly, E. N., Mrs., letter from Gov. Os-

born cited, 36; took part of Mrs. Dolly
Madison, 36.
Directory Detroit, first made by McCabe,
Dix, John A., New York, com’r of schools,

233.
Dixon, Archibald, V. S. Senator Kentucky,

269.
Dixon, Harvey M., deputy sheriff Calhoun

co., 245, 253, 255, 258.
Dixon, John, Howell teacher, 181,
Dixon, John S., Howell, 181.
Doctor, early bill, 703; first in Hastings,

648; price of calls, 675.
Dodge, Frank P., Mrs., (Winifred Weaver)

address on marking Adrian railroad ter-
minal, 491-498; paper on Lenawee

county, 19, 478-491.
Dodge, Silas W., anti slavery advocate,

280, 283.
Dodge, Willard S., bequest to Kalamazoo

Seminary, 534.
Dodger, election early days, 98, 99.
Dodge's tavern Paw Paw, 643.
Dog The, 465, see Tonedagana.
Dog, “Spank” sketch, 488.
Doggett, -, issued railroad guide, 604.
Dollie, 421, see Elisha Dawley or Dolly.
Dolliver, Jonathan P., U. S. Senator Iowa,

34.
Dolly, 436, see Elisha Dawley.
Dom Pedro, —, at the Pyramids, 173.
Donalson, R. W., Rev., Methodist circuit

rider, 182.

Donovan, William, address on Arthur Hill,

535, 536; presented Arthur Hill's por-

trait, 17.
D'Ooge, Martin L., LL. D., paper Dutch

Pioneers of Mich., 204-212.
Door, Martha Elizabeth, made sampler,
Dorchester, 444 see Sir Guy Carleton.
Dorrance, Aaron, pioneer" Howell, 190.
Dorrance, William A., pioneer Howell, 190.
Dorsey, John, Glen Arbor, 287.
Dosker, H. E., Rev., 205.
Douglas, Thomas, 78 see Earl of Selkirk,
Douglass, Stephen A., candidate for presi-

dent U. S., 269.
Downer, Henry E., death reported, 53.
Downs, James T., Marshall, 252.
Drake, Adeline Mrs., gifts to museum, 54.
Dress, costume eccentric, 350; French

pupils, 109; pioneer, 642, 676.
Drew, Townsend, deacon, 183.
Drummer, executed by Cadillac, 333.
Drummond, Gordon, lieut, gen., reinforced

Mackinac, 87.
Drury, Ann Elizabeth, (Mrs. Alanson

Sheley) 255.
Drouillard, Therese, (Mrs. Antoine Roberts)

504.
Dubbins, Elizabeth, (Mrs. John Savage)

Conn., 700.
Dubois, Etienne, musician and sexton, 334.
Dubuisson, Charles Regnault, sieur gov

Louisiana succeeded Cadillac, 332.
Duff, Alexander, Mrs., (Phillis Grant) 340.
Duffield & Conant, 348.
Duffield, Parke & Co., 348.
Dué, Michael, murdered Isenhart at De-

troit, 132.
Dug-out, 669 see canoe.
Dugue, —, lieut, on half pay, 331.
Dulcinia Home for women, Marshall, Mich.,

8.
Dutton, William, principal Kalamazoo In-

stitute, 530.
Duluth, Daniel Greyson, sieur, quoted, 442.
Duncan, —, Mrs., married John Tanner,

198.
Dundas, 78 see Douglas.
Dunlop, -, bought pine land in Benzie

county, 315.
Dunning, Warren, Auburn, Mich., 346.
Durant, Rebecca Folger Crapo, Mrs., mem-

ber society, 7.
Durfee, Edgar, pioneer Howell, 194.
Durfee, Harvey, pioneer Howell, 190.
Durfee, Justin, Howell pioneer, 180, 183,

188, 189.
Durfee, Sarah, 183.
Dutch, colonies, location in Michigan, 210,

211; history needed on, 151; Pioneers of
Michigan paper by Dr. D’Ooge, 204-212;
population in Grand Rapids, 211; reason

for coming to Mich., 204.
Dutcher, George, engineer Ira C. Chaffee

steamer, 162.

65.

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