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Dwight, Alfred A., first merchant Lowell, Elder, William H., Archbishop Cincin-
62.

nati, 514.
Dyer, George A., Mrs., gifts to society, 23. Elder, -, Mr. and Mrs., portraits of pre-
Dyer, Helena, (Mrs. A. J. Patten) gifts to sented museum, 9.
society, 23.

Eldred, Caleb, president Kalamazoo Col-
Dyer, Newell A., Mrs., gift to society, 23. lege, 528.

Eldridge, R. P., commissioner Indian
Eagery, (Egery) Dr., pioneer Three Rivers, claims, 156.
436.

Election, methods, 99, 339.
Eagle, 462 see Meegisee.

Elector, confounded with citizen, 609, 610.
Eagle, boat, 130.

Eliza, slave character in Uncle Tom's
Eagle Hotel, Howell, 179.

Cabin, 258.
Eagle Tavern, pioneer Grand Rapids, 95, Ellenwood, Daniel, pioneer Howell, 193.
198.

Elliot, Matthew, pioneer Detroit, 339.
Earl, Alfred, pioneer Howell, 194.

Elliott, Richard R., 557; life given by
Earl, Andrew, pioneer Howell, 194.

Father O'Brien, 1,
Earl, Joseph, 676.

Ellis, Edward D., editor first newspaper
Earl, Oliver, pioneer Howell, 190.

south of Detroit, 574.
Earl, William, pioneer Howell, 190. Elson, John, pioneer Howell, 192.
Early Days in Grand Rapids, paper by Ellsworth, pioneer attorney Howell,
Lucy Ball, 92-104.

180.
Early Fur Trade, letters on, from Johnston, Ely, Alexander, adventure with Mac-
50.

saubee, 157, 158.
Early railroads of Southern Mich., paper, Emerson, Justin E., M. D., memoir Dr.
498-501.

Van Deusen cited, 729, 730.
Early Settlement of Michigan paper, by Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 13, 220, 608.
Prof. Fuller, cited, 37.

Emery, pioneer mill Three Rivers, 420,
East, Joel, 281.

422; mill burned, 431.
Easterly, James M., 266 see John M. Emery, Wesley, remarks by, 49.
Easterly, John, (James) M., anti slavery Emigration, affected by treaties, 142; to

advocate connection with fugitive slave Michigan, methods of, 140.
suit, 220, 246; defendant in Crosswhite Emmett, Robert, county named for, 465,

case, 260, 266; suit discontinued, 265. Emmet, (Tonedagana) county origin of
Eastman, George B., first principal Kala- name, 464, 465.
mazoo branch of U. of M., 529.

Emmons, Halmer H., judge anti slavery
Eaton, John H., U. S. Secretary War, work, 255, 261, 270, 273, 277.
county named for, 455,

Emrich, Lydia, (Mrs. W. H. Haze) 710.
Eaton county, first white child born in, Engines, railroad early described, 500;
676; organized and named, 455.

names pioneer, 495.
Eaton Rapids, first religious meeting, 675, England, war against France, 80; how
676; first white child born in, 576.

peace news was brought, 335, 336.
Ebert, Joseph, Rev., C. P. P. S. at St. English, (British) captured Detroit, 334;
Boniface, Bay City, 514.

flag over Ft. Mackinac, 91, 92.
Economics, Michigan history of needed, Envelopes, unknown, 162.
151.

Epaulette, loaned society by Fred Had-
Ed, slave whipped, 173.

rich, 10.
Edgerton, Joseph K., president G. R. & Epidemics, retarded settlements, 561.
I. R. R., 33,

Erie Canal, aid to Michigan emigration,
Edinger, Joseph, gift to museum, 53.

540, 593, 639.
Editors, pioneer Howell, 180; Three Rivers, Erie & Kalamazoo railroad, 483, 545; dis-
426.

position of, 497, 501; incorporated, 499;
Edson, Hariette A., (Mrs. Milton Hyde) opening celebration, 483, 491-498; pro-
344.

motors of, 493; terminal marked, 491-
Edson, Josiah, col., Revolutionary soldier,

498,
344.

Eslow, Jan C., paper, life Jesse Crowell,
Edson, Samuel, 344.

212-218; watch deal, 216, 217.
Education, Gen. Crary's and John D.

Eucush, Indian name for pork, 437.
Pierce's work for, 221-230.

European history, deficient in social and
Edwards, Abraham, member legislative

domestic life, 203.

,, map of Michigan, 450.

Evans,
council, 30.

Evans, Estwick, author, quoted, 553, 563,
Egery, Dr., 437 see Dr. Eagery.

565, 576.
Egremont, Lord, 134 see Charles Wynd-

Evans, Musgrove, first settler Tecumseh,
ham.

24, 478, 479; surveyor sketch, 479.
Ehrenstrasser, J. G., Rev., at St. Mary's Evans, Musgrove, Mrs., pioneer work, 479,
Grand Rapids, 514, 515, 519.

480.

Finch, Asahel, Mrs., “Mother," 215.
Finch, Jabez S., 281 see Jabez S. Fitch.
Finch, James, Albion, 215.
Finch, Robert Y., Justice of the Peace,

214, 215, 218.
Finch, Sylvester, trip to Michigan, 153,

154.
Finigan, Tim, song, 306, 307.
Finney, Byron A., delegate to American

Historical Asso, report, 26, 27; report on
Michigan statue at Washington, D. C.,

5, 27-29; resolution, 18.
Finney, Jennie S., teacher, 532.
Fire, companies Three Rivers, 428, 429;

early methods of starting, 674; sugges-

tions regarding, 13.
Fish, A. H., solicited Mr. Hill's picture, 17.
Fishbeck, Richard, pioneer shoemaker

Howell 1837, 178, 189.
Fisher, Jeanette, (Mrs. Moore) principal

Kalamazoo seminary, 534.
Fishing, good at Three Rivers, 436;

methods, 329.
Fiske, John, quoted, 612, 613.
Fitch, Abel F., 282.
Fitch, (Finch) Jabez S. Deacon, candidate

for Liberty Party governor, mistake in
name, 257, 278.
Fitzpatrick, William James, Rev., Father,

biography Mayor Maybury, 36; member
society, 52.
Fitzgerald, Sarah, (Mrs. John A. Spauld-

ing) claims to be first white child born in

Eaton county, 676.
Fitz Herbert,

Mrs., 694.
Flag, British, Tecumseh, burial robe, 480;

over Fort Mackinac, 89; U. S., Mrs. Gil-
bert's loyalty to, 695.
Flaget, Benedict Joseph, Rev., Father,

first bishop Bardstown, 510.
Flail, presented society by William Foster,

10.
Flannery, Thomas D., Dean at Alpena
Food, how prepared, 437; pioneer supplies,

Ewell, John, Scotch, 712.
Ewell, Laura, (Mrs. Nelson Lowell) 712.
Exchanges, for collections, 54.
Execution, public in Detroit, 336.
Exodus, from Detroit, 339, 340.
Fair, goods for Indians sale at Detroit,

332.
Fairbanks, Morse & Co., 434.
Fall, Delos, Prof., Superintendent Public

Instruction, 235.
Fallen Timbers, battle of, 444.
Falls, Niagara, beauty cited, 81.
Fare, New York to Chicago, 603.
Faribault, plan school described, 527.
Farmer, John, claimed to be first map-

maker Mich., 634, 636; map of Michigan,

illustration, 636; price for map, 636.
Farmer, Silas, historian, 264, 446, 455, 513,

540, 545, 549, 550, 552-554, 556, 557,

573, 603, 648.
Farmers, few in 1810 in Michigan, 540.
Farms, size, 543.
Farnsworth, Miss, teacher Howell, 181.
Farrand, Elizabeth M., wrote history U.

of M., 530.
Farrell, Charles H., mayor Kalamazoo, 29.
Fasquelle, Ethel Rowan, Mrs., member

society, 52.
Faussat, Martial de, Mrs., (Paul Laumet)

110.
Felch, Alpheus, gov. Michigan, 28.
Fellows, Abiel, col., sketch of, 39.
Fellows, Anna Gales, remarks by, 39.
Fennville, formerly swamp, 162.
Fenwick, Edward, Rev., Bishop Philadel-

phia, 510, 511.
Ferren, Alonzo, pioneer Howell, 192.
Ferris, Edgcomb & Barlow, 648.
Ferry, William M., Rev., mission at Macki-

nac, 96, 97.
Ferry, pioneer Three Rivers, described,

419; steam established at Detroit, 555.
Ferryboat, described, 419.
Ferrey, M. B., Mrs., 1, 11, 43; custodian

museum, 322; loans to museum, 9, 10;
made indexes, 6, 50; remarks at meet-
ings, 39, 40, 49; salary, 11, 25, 55; tribute
to Mrs. Buchanan, 19; work commended,

20, 51, 52.
Fessenden, William Pitt, statesman, 54.
Fever, fatalities in Texas, 490.
Field, Francis, pioneer Howell, 188, 189,
Field, 0. J., pioneer Howell, 189.
Field, Sarah, 183.
Filkins, Dexter, pioneer Howell, 192.
Fillmore, Millard, president U. S., sketch,

256.
Finch, Miss, 153.
Finch, Alanson, captured by Indians, 155,

156; story told by Day, 153-156.
Finch, Albert, Macomb pioneer, 154; barn

used for meeting house, 155; child stolen,
153-156; sketch, 153.
Finch, Albert, Mrs., 154, 155.
Finch, Asahel, pioneer of Albion, 214.

515, 519.
Flat river, Indian name Quab ah quash a,

60.
Flats, The, 163 see Saugatuck.
Fletcher, Ella, teacher, 532.
Fletcher, William A., judge held court in

schoolhouse, 523.
Flint, midwinter meeting report, 12-16;

price of land, 16; society's vote of thanks
given to, 16.
Flint Daily Journal, commended, 15.
Flood, in Grand Rapids, 102.
Flour, first shipment in Michigan, 562; how

packed, 214; price, 293; quantity at
Three Rivers, 424; saved from schooner,

161.
Flowers, given society, 6.
Flumen changed to Summerfield township,

568.
Fonda, Charles W., postmaster Kalama-

200, 427.
Fontaine, Paul, French member archeo-

logical society, 109.

300.
Foote, C. C., Rev., aided runaway slaves,

282.
Foote, Charles E., commander G. A. R.,

biography by Aud. Gen. Fuller, 18, 19,
40, 691-692; death reported, 8; member

3d N. Y. cavalry, 676, 691.
Forbes, John, gen., campaign route of, 141.
Ford, Franklin, searching runaway slaves,

245.
Ford, Kate B., Mrs., 533.
Foresman, John, 422.
Forestie, Édouard, Montauban, France, 106.
Fork, presented society by Bradley Messer,

23.
Forks of the Kalamazoo, 703 see Albion.
Forster, John H., claims regarding inven-

tion compass, 117.
Forsyth, Robert A., capt, major, plundered

Baldoon, 83.
Forsyth, William, landlord, 338; tavern

opened for dance, 339.
Fort Brady, location, 454.
Fort Crawford, gave name to county, 449;

location, 449.
Fort Dearborn, received news fall of Macki-

nac, 159.

Fort George, origin of name, 87.
Fort Gratiot, location, 457; soldiers con-

Rivers, (1833) 420; no observance by

pioneers, 297.
Fowler, Alonzo, pioneer Howell, 191.
Fowler, Ephraim, deacon, 183; pioneer

Howell, 191,
Fowler, Martial, pioneer Howell, 191.
Fowler, Rosco, pioneer Howell, 191.
Fox, Jabez, journalist, 278.
Fox, J. Sharpless, Mr. and Mrs., pay for

editorial work, 25.
Fox, Perine V., Mrs., death reported, 8.
France, flag at Mackinac, 85; peace with

England how news was sent to Detroit,

336; war with England, 80.
Franciscan, Fathers, location, 516.
Francisco, 282.
Frank, John Peter, revolutionary soldier,

sketch, 48.
Frankfort, contest for county seat, 300,

301.
Franklin, Benjamin, commissioner U. S.

peace in Paris, 1782, 132, 135, 138; lands
claimed for U. S., 136, 137; marked

home of in Paris, 136; quoted, 609.
Franklin Institute, gave medal to Burt,

117.
Franquelin, map Lake Michigan, (1688)

441, 443, 452, 461, 473, 475; name for

Lake Michigan, 441, 443; quoted, 468.
Fraser, Alexander, pioneer Howell, 177,

188, 189.
Free Soil Party, candidate for president,

268; organized, 264; platform, 268, 269.
Freeman, Ezra F., lawyer Detroit, 342.
Freer, Noah, military secretary Montreal,

86.
Fremont, John C., candidate for U. S.

president, 732; exploration, 502.
French, J. W., 432.
French, W. W., 420.
French, characteristics, 549-551; conser-

vatism of, 554; dominant in Canada,
615; farms of, 622; friendly to Indians,
663; locate fort and village Detroit, 324;
relinquished Mackinac, 91; settled De-
troit, 327; settlements in Michigan, 548,

549, 559.
French and Indian Footprints, by Dr.

Blanche M. Haines cited, 17.
French Settlements in St. Joseph county,

paper by Mrs. Custard cited, 30.
Frenchtown, location, 568.
Freyhofer, Louise, Miss, accompanist, 43.
Frink, Belona Crary, Mrs., gave Gen.

Crary's portrait to society, 235, 718.
Frink, George, pioneer Howell, 193.
Frink, Nancy M., Mrs., (Mrs. John W.

Dewey) 690.
Frisbee, Ezra, Mr. and Mrs., deaths re-

ported, 177.
Frontenac, Louis, de Baude, Count de

Palluan, governor New France, 455,

nected with Baldoon mysteries, 81.
Fort Holmes, (Mackinac) abandoned, 89;

history of by Peter White, 85-89; made

into Mackinac Park, 89.
Fort Hurons, at St. Ignace, 90.
Fort Mackinac, (Holmes, Michilimackinac)

description, 1800, 86; history of by Peter
White, 85-89; second fort" founded by
Cadillac, 90; surrendered to U. S., 91;
third started by De Peyster, 91; under

British flag, 92.
Fort Meigs, 88.
Fort Michilimackinac, see Mackinac.
Fort St. Joseph, destroyed by Spanish,

656, 657.
Fort Sinclair, location and name, 451.
Fort Winnebago, 625.
Forts, built at au Mechingan, 442; estab-

lished at St. Ignace by La Salle, 85; old
at Springwells, 78; prehistoric in Macomb
county, paper by G. H. Cannon, 73-76;
ruins of St. Ignace and Mackinaw City,

92.
Foster, Samuel, Dr., first resident, post-

master Otsego, 157; first town meeting

in house, 156.
Foster, Seymour, postmaster Lansing, 282.
Foster, Theodore, anti slavery editor, anti

slavery paper, 282.
Foster, Walter, 18.
Foster, William, gifts to society, 2; pre-

sented flail to museum, 10; remarks by,

3, 48.
Foster & Whitney, quoted, 347, 476, 477.
Fourth July celebration Adrian, (1828)

483; Fennville, (1849) 162, 163; Three

470.
Frost, Clarence, on nominating committee,

18; paper on Railroads Southern Michi-

gan, 17, 498-501; presented gift to so- Gay, Milo L., Hon., gave history of Howell
ciety, 24.

church, 183.
Frost, Lewis, 430.

Gaynor, Musical Club Kalamazoo College,
Fruit, trees, planted by Indians, 319.

music by, 30; vote of thanks to, 41,
Fugitive Slave Law, case at Marshall, 260; Geddes, Albert H., 282.

factor in rebellion, 276; hated in north, Geddes, John, town named after, 282.
244, 245, 266-268; origin of, 248, 718; Genealogical sketch Bissonette family,

passed, 256; slaves adventures of, 252. 502-509.
Fuller, A. W., pioneer Howell, 192. Genealogy, Cadillac family, 110, 111;
Fuller, George Newman, prof. U. of M. Campau family, 65.
paper, 37, 539-579.

Genereau, (Genereux Genereaux Genero)
Fuller, Helen B., member society, 7.

Lucy, (Mrs. John Godfroy) adopted by
Fuller, John, 654.

Campaus, 67, 102.
Fuller, Margaret, trip, 596.

Genert, Bros., started beet sugar culture,
Fuller, Oramel B., Hon., aud. gen. gave 1863, 129.

memoir Col. Foote, 18, 19, 40, 691, 692. Genesee county, called Grand Blanc, 459;
Fuller, Polly, romance of, 307.

from Indian name Je nis hi geh, 459; or-
Fuller, Sally, Mrs., 292, 293.

ganized, 452; pioneer and historical society
Fuller, Warren, pioneer Howell, 192.

proposed, 16.
Fuller, Wesley, 292, 293.

Geography, Morse, father of, 629, 631.
Fulsom, John, Tecumseh pioneer, 478. George III, King England, 83.
Fulton, Robert, navigation rights, 125, George IV, birthday massacre Michili-
126; pioneer boat builder, 144.

mackinac on, 91; pretended son of James
Funeral customs, Indians, 38.

Ord, 694.
Furgole, Jean, 111.

George, Austin, Prof. Kalamazoo, 526.
Furniture, described, 67, 68, 177.

George, W. S., (William S.) publisher, 456.
Furs, chief commodity, 333.

George, Fort, how named, 87.
Fur trade, disappearance history of needed, Georgian Bay, called Lake Huron, 465.
151; value in 1780, 659.

Germans, belonging to Michigan history

unrecorded, 725; settlements in Michi-
Gale, Belle, Mrs., (Gardner) gave portrait gan, 574,
father to society, 4, 10.

Geyer, Lewis, pioneer Howell, 194.
Galinee, (Gallinée, Galliéni) Joseph Simon, Gibbon, Joseph, promoted railroad,. 493;

Jesuit priest account of trip, 1670, 450, sketch, 497
451; made map of Lake Michigan, ori. Gibbons v Ogden, cited, 125, 126.
ginal lost, 443.

Gibbs, A. B., manager railroad ball, 101.
Gallagher, Peter, Rev., Father at Beaver Gibbs, George C., supreme court reporter,
Island, 514.

278.
Gallerys, Eaton county pioneers, 677. Gibbs, William, Mrs., (Jannette E. Prouty)
Galloway, John H., 178; sketch, 188.

158.
Game, plentiful, 421-423, 436.

Gibbs & Hill, 433.
Gannett, Henry, quoted, 457, 477.

Gibson, Lewis, kept trading post Three
Garden beds, Indians, 661.

Rivers, 419.
Garder, Harriet, (Mrs. Elisha Powell Chap- Giddings, Joshua R., Free Soil leader, 264.
lin) 700.

Gidley, Townsend E., member constitu-
Gardiner, Joseph, Cass pioneer, 638.

tional convention, 281.
Gardner, Augustus Porter, picture pre- Gifford, Orrin, 433.

sented society, 4, 10; name wrong as A. Gifts and loans, 9, 10, 23, 24, 53, 54.
D., 4.

Gilbert, Mr., 34.
Gardner, William, 281.

Gilbert Thomas D., pioneer Western
Garn, Dan, 424.

Mich., 97, 196.
Garver, D. L., gift to museum, 54.

Gilbert, Thomas D., Mrs., (Angeline (Angie)
Gas, first used in Kalamazoo, 523.

Bingham) death reported, 22,

53;
Gascom, (Gascon) Washington built boats, memoir, 49, 693-698; musical ability,
431.

695, 696; paper on John Tanner, 196-
Gaston, Marvin, landlord Howell, 179. 201, 694; poems by, 695-698.
Gates, Macomb pioneers, 153.

Gilchrist, Thomas, pioneer Howell, 192.
Gates, Hezekiah, pioneer Howell, 189. Gilkison, Mrs., (Isabella Grant) 340.
Gateways of the old Northwest, paper by Gill, Mary Jane, (Mrs. Hopkins) 417, 420.

Paxson, 139-148; Ohio, 140; two to Gillespie, George De Normandie, D. D.,
western emigration, 140.

Right Rev., memoir, 699.
Gay, Clarissa L., Howell pioneer, 183. Gillespie, John De Normandie, Mrs., 699.
Gay, Edward F., pioneer Howell, 183, 187, Gillies, Annie Louise, gave vocal solo, 13,

189; built Temperance Hotel, 179, 180; 47-49.
merchant at Howell, 178.

Gilray, Margaret, gave vocal solo, 43, 49.

Giltner, David, 245 probably a mistake Goodyear, William S., brother Henry A.,
see Francis.

648.
Giltner, Francis, (Frank, David) attorney Goodyear Bros., (Henry A. & William S.)

from Kentucky, connection with Cross- 648.
white slave case, 244, 245, 248-252, 256, Gordon, James Wright, lieut. and acting
266; verdict for in suit, 263, 264.

gov., sketch cited, 278.
Giltner vs. Gorham, suit over runaway Gordon, Thomas, pioneer Howell, 193.

slave, 259-261, 263-265; suit decided Gore, Edwin, 280.
263-265.

Gorham, Charles T., Hon., abolitionist,
Girty, Simon, "Renegade,” Indian name 220, 246, 253, 254, 258, 264, 267, 270;
Katepacomen, sketch, 373, 374.

defendant Crosswhite fugitive slave case,
Gitchie" We kwetong, name of Grand 255, 260; delegate national convention
Traverse Bay, 465.

Philadelphia, 273; helped elect Chandler
Gladstone, William Evart, English states- senator, 275; important work, 265, 272,
man quoted, 620.

276, 277; sketch, 256, 263; verdict
Gladwin, Henry, major commandant De- against, 265; version Crosswhite case,

troit, 336; county named for, 457; in- 252.
formed of Pontiac's conspiracy, 335; Goss, Dwight, 56; death reported, 8; paper
sketch, 28, 457.

on obtaining local history, 56-59.
Gladwin, county organized and named, Goss, Dwight, Mrs., read husband's paper,
456, 457.

56.
Glass, none in Detroit, 330.

Gouin, Charles, 65; see also Guyon.
Glen Arbor, extent, 287.

Gouin, Charles, Mrs., (Susanne Boyer) 65.
Glover, Wellington, first lawyer Howell, Gouin, Eulalie, (Mrs. Rene de Marsac) 60;
180.

death recorded, 65.
Glover, William Pitt, started Howell Aca- Gouin, old French family Detroit, 65.
demy, 181.

Governor Mason, name of car, 101.
Gnats, Indian name No Seeums, 166.

Gower, Cornelius A., 231, 232.
Godfroy, Miss, (Mrs. E. B. Powers) 65. Gower, C. A., Mrs., gifts to museum, 54.
Godfroy, Betsey May, (Mrs. Gabriel) 102. Graf, Gustave, Rev., Father, Petoskey,
Godfroy, Gabriel, 102.

515,
Godfroy, John F., married Lucy Genereau, Grain, not grown in Grand Traverse county,
102,

296.
Godfroy, John F., Mrs. (Lucy Genereux) Grand Army Republic, aided by T. E.
part Indian, 67, 102.

Potter, 721; music at meeting, 36.
Godfroy, (Godfrey) Richard, 95, 98. Grand Blanc, name proposed for Genesee
Godfroy, William H., Mrs., (Susanne de county, 459.
Marsac) 65.

Grand Haven, Sogetah (mouth) Indian, 64.
God-kettle, 318 see Manitou au kick.

Grandmother's Stories, by Aunt Emily
Gogebic, county origin of name, 476.

Ward, extracts from, 582-586.
Goodale, 0. N., Rev., 182.

Grand Rapids, banks of, 71; Baptist mis-
Goodenow, Juliet, Mrs., 175.

sion at, 66; commerce, 71; described in
Goodeve, John, 163.

1836 and 39, 95, 102; Dutch population
Goodrich, Merchant H., pupil U. of M., in, 211; flood in, 102; formerly Indian
1841, 530.

village Pockatink, 654, 655; history of
Goodrich, Samuel Griswold, (Peter Parley) Roman Catholic Diocese, 509-521; in-
author history U. S., 684.

corporated, 101; Indian name Bock we
Goodwin, Daniel, U. S. dist. atty., election ting, 64; lawyers pioneers, 70; manu-
methods, 99.

factories, 70; paper on Early Days, 92-
Goodyear, Anna M., (Mrs. Haff) 649.

104; polling place for Ottawa county,
Goodyear, David S., 646.

99; railroads, 70; size, 64; taverns pio-
Goodyear, George (E.), 648, 649.

neer, 95, 98; trading post, 638; wrecked
Goodyear, Henry A., autobiography started, by wildcat money, 102.

653; biography by P. T. Colgrove, 645- Grand Rapids & Indiana railroad, Edger-
653; first merchant Hastings, 647; legis- ton president, 33; financial report, 32;
lative work, 649.

sketch by Joseph Lomax, 31-33.
Goodyear, Henry A., Mrs., (Mary Barlow) Grand river, Indian name o wash te nong

death recorded, 649; second (Ermina or Washtenong, meaning, 60, 64, 453,
Barlow) 649.

659; money for improvement for, 101.
Goodyear, John F., 649.

Grand Traverse Bay, Indian name Gitchi
Goodyear, J. S., 647, 648.

Wekwetong, 465.
Goodyear, Mary Rosella, 649.

Grand Traverse (Omeena) county, origin
Goodyear, Nathan B., 649.

of name, 465.
Goodyear, Rose, 647.

Grand Traverse Region, first gristmill in,
Goodyear, William H., 649.

sawmill, 305; forests denuded, 317;

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