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Hyde, Mary Sophia, (Mrs. George W. Yale)

347; death recorded, 348.
Hyde, Melissa, (Mrs. William Sprague)

343.
Hyde, Milton, Michigan pioneer, 343, 344;

called Squire, 345; carpenter, 345, 346;

death recorded. 347.
Hyde, Milton, Mrs., (Hariette A. Edson)

344, 345; acted as doctor, 349, 350.
Hyde, Moses, sketch, 343.
Hyde, Moses, Mrs., (Sarah Dana) char-

acteristics, 343.
Hyde, Sarah Marie, (Mrs. William Ives)

343, 347.
Hyde, William, ("Will") 346; invented

apple parer, 349.
Hyde, William Y., pioneer Howell, 191.
Hyde, family history and genealogy, 5,

343-350.
Illinois, admitted to Statehood, 447; law

regarding school lands, 224.
Illinois, Lac des, name for Lake Michigan,

441, 442.
Illinois, Historical Society exchange, 54.
Illinois, largest boat, 595.
Illustrations, Adrian Boulder marking ter-
minal Erie & Kalamazoo R. R., facing,
490; D. C. Beerstecher's collection relics,
Three Rivers, 391-393; Boulder marking
site French trading post, Three Rivers
facing, 398; Old Manor House Patrick
Marantette, facing, 404; prehistoric forts
Macomb county, 75, 76; map of Michi-
gan John Farmer facing, 636; Philu
E. Judd, facing 634; northwest part of
U. S. facing, 629; Risdon facing, 635;
Daniel Ball, facing, 68; Sophie De Mar-
sac Campau, facing, 64; George Cannon,
facing, 72; Jesse Crowell, facing, 212;
Mrs. Alexander Custard, facing, 401;
Mrs. Thomas D. Gilbert, facing, 693;
E. O. Grosvenor, facing, 702; Mrs. E. O.
Grosvenor, facing, 700; John S. Hooker,
facing, 61; last territorial gov. John S.
Horner, facing, 624; Daniel Marsac,
facing, 60; Judge John C. Patterson,
facing, 220; Aunt Emily Ward, facing,
581,
Incidents, early in Allegan county, Mrs.

Daugherty, 156-163.
Indexes of collections, made by M. B.

Ferrey, 6.
Indian called Jack, sick, care of, 673.
Indians, accused of capturing French boy,

155, 156; accused of murder, 63; amount
annuity, 62, 63, 659; baskets presented
museum, 9, 10; besiege Detroit, 326, 327;
burial customs and grounds, 669, 671;
celebrated Bissonettes' visit, 506; char-
acteristics, 62, 63, 418, 666; chiefs promi-
nent in Barry county, 670; chose good
reservations, 567; claims to ponies. 155.
156; corn soft, 662; customs, 38, 39, 68,
321, 420, 468, 469, 670, 671; delayed
settlements, 143, 561; fare of, 662, 663;
feared by emigrants, 141, 437; friendly,

332, 418; funeral of Wap pi zik, 38;
games, 327; garden beds of, 661; goods
enumerated, 329, 330; gratitude noted,
667; guests of Campau, 67; in Detroit,
1701-2, 328; language, 321; language
spoken by Mrs. Hopkins, 420; legend,
myths and traditions, 39, 285, 286, 466,
467, 472; loyalty to Wright, 316; mas-
sacre at Mackinac, 91; massacre Spirit
Lake, Minn., 719; methods of com-
munication, 667; methods of sugar
making, 67; mounds, 41; meaning of
words, 439; mode of living, 671; modes of
travel, 669; murder by squaw, 671, 672;
murder rare among, 318; Muscodesh or
Prairie tribe extinguished by Ottawas,
319; punish murder, 669; names, 64;
names favored by Cass, 452; names for
food, 437; name for Grand Haven, 64;
name for Gun Lake, 648; name for
Hooker, 62; no r in alphabet, 64; No
seeums name for gnats, 166; names for
rivers, 60, 64, 659; none for oaths, 63;
number brought to Detroit by Cadillac,
325; on Lake Michigan, 440; opinion of
Mrs. Soule, 38; orators, 667, 668; pioneer
life by Miss Waite, 318, 324; plant fruit
trees, 319, 663; policy history of un-
written, 150; pony cost, 39; prefer water
routes, 668; prehistoric knowledge, 74,
145; price for land, 503; raid on settle-
ments, 336; relics at Three Rivers il-
lustrated, 391-393; relic given Mrs. Gil-
bert, 197; removal west, 669, 670, 673,
707; skill 'in doctoring, 667; skill in fish-
ing, 671; stories, 63, 68, 153, 158, 196,
285, 318, 403, 411, 414, 582-584, 662,
667, 673; thefts, 438; titles to land last,
150, 470; extinguished, 460, 478, 545,
547, 575; trading posts in Barry county,
654-672; 'trail, 418, 560; trails made into
roads, 141, 157; treatment by whites,
656-659; treaty 1797, 83; Cass treaty
with, 197; part in treaty 1763, 134;
tribes at Three Rivers, 420; in Barry
county, 656; in northern Mich., 454;
villages described, 319, 320; villages
markers proposed for, 672; village now
Middleville, *654; village now Romeo,
156; war averted by Gov. Horner, 625;
war with, 444; wigwams, 665; women
dress described, 321, 665, 666; women
farmers, 662; wife of Godfroy, 102; wife
John McNab, 83; wife of Marsac, 60;

women work of, 320.
Industrial School, see Michigan Industrial

School for Boys.
Industries, furnished by Emily Ward, 588;

history of Michigan needed, 151; pioneer,

316, 549, 550.
Ingalls, E. S., named Menominee county,

474.
Ingals, Peter, Tecumseh pioneer, 478.
Ingersoll, George, anti slavery advocate,

220, 221, 246, 254, 258, 270; connection
with Crosswhite fugitive slave case, 247,

260, 265, 276, 277.
Ingham, Samuel D., U. S. sec. treasury,

county named for, 455.
Ingham, county, organized and named,

455; pioneer society, 5.
Ingraham, Frederick, 646.
Ingraham, Polly, (Mrs. H. J. Kenfield)

646.
Ingraham, William W., tavern on Grand

Rapids road, 671.
Ink, how prepared, 162.
Ink stand, presented museum by George

Mower, 9.
Institute, defined, 532; location and

grounds Kalamazoo, 528.
Internal Improvements, aid to, 577-579;

board organized, 589; excursion Detroit
to Ypsilanti, 101; started by Congress

in Mich., 100, 102, 599.
Ionia, county, organized and named, 457;

pioneer society, 726; settlers aided by

Campau, 65.
Iosco, (Ioscoda) favorite name of School-

craft, 465; meaning of name, 466; Vale

of Norma, another name, 466.
losco, county, formerly Kanotin, meaning,

465, 466.
Iowa Historical Society, exchange, 54.
Ira C. Chaffee, steamer, Capt. Costam, 162.
Iron, county, origin of name, 476.
Iron, ores, affected Burt's compass, 113;

discovery due to Burt, 113.
Iroquois, name for Indian tribe, 453; war-

like, 656.
Isabella, Queen Spain, county named for

457.
Isabella Clubs, organized by Mrs. Stone for

World's Fair study, 173.
Isabella, county, organized and named,

456, 457.
Isbel, -, farm, 183.
Isenhart, —, murdered by Dué at Detroit,

132.
Island in the River, 468 see Manistee.
Islands, Michigan noted, 629, 630.
Isle au Cochons, 331 see Belle Isle.
Isle Royale, county, organized, named and

disorganized, 475, 476.
Isle Royal Island, called Minong, 475.
Ives, William, discovered U. P. iron, 347.
Ives, William, Mrs., (Sarah Marie Hyde)

347.
Iveson, —, Miss, 175.

Jackson, Richard, opinion of treaty, 139.
Jackson, Thomas Jonathan, “Stonewall"

confederate general, 170.
Jackson, Washington, missionary, 182.
Jackson, George & Co., 433.
Jackson & Whipple, 424, 433.
Jackson, (Mich.) birthplace Republican

party, 705, 718.
Jackson, county, organized and named,

455.
Jacob, George, Mrs., (Nancy Grant) 340.
Jacobs, Isaac, colored, 247.
Jacobs, J. M., 283, 284, 285.
Jacobs, Z., 424.
Jahan, Eugene, Rev., Father, 512.
James Boys, in Minnesota, 720.
James, Edwin, life of Tanner cited, 197.
Jameson, J. F., prof. Carnegie Institution,

Washington, D. C., 26, 27.
Jane, slave of Pattinson, 128.
Jaunay du, Peter, (Pierre-Luc) Father,

sketch, 509.
Java, urged as location for Dutch colony,

206.
Jay, John, chief justice . S., 120, 127,

137; aided and wrote 1782 treaty, 136,

138, 142, 444.
Jefferson, Thomas, third president U, S.,

87, 120, 237, 238, 273, 546; division of
states, 440; established University of
Va., 237; father American universities,

232; scheme of education, 236.
Jeffries, -, Dr., Howell, 178.
Jenis hi yeh, name and meaning for Genesee,

459.
Jenison, Frederick Cowles, 738.
Jenison, N. F., merchant Lansing, 738.
Jenison, N. F., Mrs., (Alice G. Cowles)

738; gift to society, 24.
Jenks, George, Rev., married Mrs. Sage,

176.
Jenks, George, Mrs., (Miss Austin, Mrs.

George T. Sage) 176.
Jenks, William L., offices held in society,

7, 18, 48; papers by, history and meaning
Michigan county names, 18, 436-478;
maps of Michigan, 627-637; plea for
preserving history, 36; quoted, 478;

resolutions offered, 41, 48,
Jenkins, Baldwin, first settler Cass county,
Jenkins, George P., death recorded, 691.
Jenute, Indian wife Daniel Marsac, 60; re-

turned to tribe and died, 61.
Jerome, David H., gov. Mich., 688.
Jersey, prison ship, 343.
Jesuits, Cadillac's trouble with, 325; map

cited, 473, 475.
Jewell, Ezra, member nominating com-

mittee, 3; report Oakland County Pio-

neer Society, 4.
Jewell, Lucretia, 183.
Jewett, Anise P., 183.
Jewett. George W., pioneer Howell, 183,

184, 189; sketch, 186.

639.

Jack, sick Indian, 673, 674.
Jackson, Andrew, gen., seventh president

U. S., called “Old Hickory," 34, 98, 459,
621, 624; appointed J. S. Horner secre-
tary Mich. Terry., 625; appointed
Mason secretary Mich. Terr'y., 467;
county named for, 455; commended
Gov. Horner, 627.
Jackson, Andrew, Mrs., 624.
Jackson, Arabella. (Mrs. Palmer H. Tav-

lor) death reported, 727.

7.

Jewett, Josiah P., pioneer Howell, 183,

189.
Jewsharp, early use of, 333.
Johnson, Abraham, 432.
Johnson, Charles, 509.
Johnson, Clarissa, 182.
Johnson, Edwin M., 281.
Johnson, Emily R., Mrs., member society,
Johnson, John, Mrs., influence over Indians,

197.
Johnson, Lije, 289, 296, 297; made furni-

ture, 290; removal of, 310, 311.
Johnson, Lionel, letter to cited, 84.
Johnson “Marthy," (Mrs. Lije) 289, 290;

removal of, 310, 311.
Johnson, Mose, 432.
Johnson, Nathaniel, pioneer Howell, 182,

188; sketch, 186.
Johnson, “Old man" father of Lije, pioneer

Glen Arbor, 287, 296; sketch, 289, 290.
Johnson, Oliver, col., 509.
Johnson, Peter, pioneer Howell, 188, 189.
Johnson, Robert, pioneer Howell,' 194.
Johnson, William, journal cited, 334, 335.
Johnson, William Sir, opinion of Detroit,

334, 335.
Johnson, William, Mrs., (

Molly Brant) 335.
Johnston, William, fur trader, letters cited,

50.
Joinville de, Prince, in search of lost Dau-

phin, 626.
Joliet, Louis, explorer and missionary, 90,

455; made map, 451; name for Lake

Michigan, 441, 442.
Joncaire de, Charles Francois Chabert,

342.
Jones, George N., state senator, 581.
Jones, George N., Mrs., Marine City, gifts

to society, 581; paper on Aunt Emily

Ward, 5, 43, 581-589.
Jones, George N., Mrs., Adrian, Mich., 496.
Jones, Jenkins Lloyd, Rev., address cited,

5, 6.
Jones, Martha E., (Mrs. Henry J. Martin)

Judson, Adoniram, Indian, 662.
Judson, Adoniram, missionary, 662.
Judson, Nathan, Mrs., (Ellen Burton) 43;

gift and loan to museum, 24, 53; trustee

society, 18, 48.
Kakalamazoo, 36; see Kalamazoo.
Kalamazoo, Ke Kala mazoo, Ke Ken a
mazoo, Reccanamazoo, Marameg, Match
eben ashe wish) formerly Bronson, 33,
456, 522, 523, 638; amount sales of land,
33; early newspapers claims of Gazette,
34; first Catholic church in, 526; first
marriage in, 34; first schools, paper by
Mrs. Den Blyker, 522-534; second post-
office in state, 33, 34; in Cooper's novels,
159, 160; meaning of name, 36; Michigan
battle flags displayed at G. A. R. meet-
ing, 692; organized historical meeting,
30, 39, 50; received public library from
Dr. Van Deusen, 729; report of meeting
at, 29-41; site of (Match eben ashe wish)

Indian village, 668.
Kalamazoo Branch U. of M., changed to

Literary Institute, 529.
Kalamazoo College, furnished music, 30;

history of, 527-533; trustees of, 528
Kalamazoo, county, organized and named,

455, 456.
Kalamazoo House, early hotel, 523.
Kalamazoo river, first steamer on, 162.
Kalamazoo Women's Clubs, gave portrait

Mrs. Stone to society, 51, 176.
Kalcasca, 466 see Kalkaska.
Kalkaska, (Kalcasca, Wabassee) county,

meaning of name, 466.
Kanobe, Chippewa chief, accused of capture

Finch boy, 155.
Kanotin, Indian chief from whom county

named, 465, 466.
Kansas Historical Society, exchange, 54.
Kansas, newspapers sent to its state his-

torical society, 58.
Katapecomen, Indian name for Simon

Girty, 373.
Kautawabet, Indian chief, meaning name,

469.
Kautawabet county, changed to Wexford,

469.
Kaykakee, (Pigeon Hawk) Indian chief,

464.
Kaykakee, former name Clare county,

meaning, 464.
Kearsley, Margaret R., made sampler, 352.
Kedzie, Robert S., Dr., 684.
Keith, Edward L., Mrs., (Julia Josephine

Hyde) 348.
Ke Kala mazoo, 455 see Kalamazoo.
Kekalamazoo, 668 see Kalamazoo.
Kellogg, John R., sketch, 208.
Kellogg, John R., Mrs., 208.
Kellogg, Louise Phelps, quoted, 478.
Kellogg, R. M., Strawberry interests, 424,

434, 435.
Kellogg, W. K., 285.

713.

Jones, Nelson B., letter regarding terri-

torial chairs, 322, 323; sketch, 32Ă.
Jones, William, Dr., Field Museum, Chica-

go, 448.
Jones, William, Squire, Indian agent, 83.
Jones, Wilma, unveiled boulder, 497.
Jopling, Alfred O., (M. W.) gave Peter

White's portrait to society, 1.
Jopling, M. W., 1 should be Alfred 0.

Jopling.
Jordan, David Starr, educator, 231.
Joseph, slave of Pattinson, 128.
Journeys, see pioneer journeys.
Joy, James F., attorney, 255, 261.
Joy, Thomas, built first State House

Boston, 344.
Judd, Philu E., map described, 635; map

illustrated, 634; price received, 634;
sketch, 635.

Kelsey, son of chief Chippewa, 671.

Knapp, John I., announced dedication
Kelsey, James E., Three Rivers pioneer, Haviland monument, 3.
422, 427, 438.

Knapp, William L., deacon, 183.
Kelton, D. H., quoted, 87, 453, 477.

Knapp & Bonner, 478, 481, 482, 494, 499.
Kenamazoo, 36 see Kalamazoo,

Knappen, Loyal E., judge, 647.
Kendall, -, postmaster Kalamazoo, 33. Kneeland, A. Dana, pioneer Howell, 190,
Kendall, Cornelius, Hastings pioneer, 645. 344.
Kenfield, Hiram J., sketch, 646, 647. Kneeland, Clara, (Mrs. Miner J. Harley)
Kenfield, Hiram J., Mrs., (Polly Ingraham) 344.

first wife, second Sophia E. Standish, Kneeland, Clinton, 344.
646.

Kneeland, Dewitt C., pioneer Howell, 190.
Kenfield, William Lee, 646.

Kneeland, George W., pioneer Howell, 188;
Kennebec, Indian chief, sketch, 670, 671. sketch, 187.
Kenny, Jane M., 2, see Mrs. Jane M. Kin- Kneeland, John B., pioneer Howell, 188,
ney.

189.
Kenney, Jim, drove queer stagecoach, 650, Kneeland, Ichabod, pioneer Howell, 188,
651.

190.
Kenny, P., Rev., musician, 308.

Kneeland, Nathan I., pioneer Howell, 188,
Kenny, Will, 308.

189.
Kent, James, chancellor, county named for, Kneeland, Warren, death recorded, 344.
sketch, 458.

Kneeland, Warren, Mrs., (Fanny Hyde)
Kent county, organized and named, 456, 344,
458.

Knight, Amos, Dr., 676.
Kentucky, action legislature regarding Knight, Benjamin F., 677; sketch, 676.

fugitive slaves, 254; attitude towards Knight, Benjamin F., Mrs., (Alethea
Marshall mob, 248, 260; resolution re- Spicer) 675, 676, 677; married John H.
garding fugitive slaves, 249-250.

Waldron, 676.
Kesh kauko, Chippewa chief, Charlevoix Knight, Edwin, (Ed.) first white child born
county, first named for, 462.

in Eaton Rapids, 676.
Keweenaw county (Kiouchownaning, Kiwi- Knight, Joseph, 676.

wainining), organized and named, 473. Knight, Joseph, Mrs., (Martha) 676.
Kichibwagan, 463 see Cheboygan.

Knight, Lucretia, widow Joseph Earl, 676.
Kikanamazoo, 456 see Kalamazoo.

Knight, Martha, (Mrs. Benjamin Slade,
Kilbourne, Samuel, judge, memoir F. M. Mrs. John H. Waldron) 676.
Cowles cited, 17.

Knight, William, death recorded, 676.
Kilroy, L., Father, 513.

Knitting machine, price, 438.
Kimball, Leonora, Mrs., gifts to society, 9. Knox, —, Miss, (Mrs. David Crooks) 686.
Kimball, Walter, gifts to society, 23. Knox, Henry, maj. gen., 49.
Kindekins, Louis, Rev., Father, 513.

Knox, John, 686.
Kindekins, Peter, Rev., vicar general De- Kozlowski, Edward, Rev., Father, con-
troit, 513.

sultor to Right Reverend Bishop, 519.
King, Clarence, geologist, 724.

Krapp, E. A., Rev., 492.
King, Ezekiel, pioneer Howell, 193. Kundig, Martin, Rev., Father, sketch, 513.
King, J. W., sergt. Spanish war, 429.
Kingsbury, -, major, commandant Fort Label, -, Father, parochial school Kala-
at Sault Ste. Marie, 198, 199.

mazoo, 526, 527.
Kingsbury, Lansing, Hastings pioneer, Labor questions, Michigan history needed
aided fugitive slaves, 258, 645.

on, 151.
Kinney, (Kenney) Jane M., Mrs., paper on Labutte. Pierre Chene, interpreted peace
Old Baldoon, 76-84; reported change of

message, 336.
Cutcheon name, 2.
Kiouchounaning, 473 see Keweenaw.

Lace work, loaned society by Delphine
Kishkawko, Saginaw chief, killed man,

Miller, 9.
583; suicided, 584.

Lacey, ---, early Niles miller, 642.
Kitty Keddungo, first boat at Three Rivers

La Fayette township, now Paw Paw, 637.

Lafever, Margaret, Mrs., paper pioneer
on St. Joseph, 431.
Ki wi wai ni ning, 473 see Keweenaw.

life, 672-677.
Kleckler, Elias, pioneer Howell, 194.

Lafferty, -, Three Rivers, 433.
Klip-Knockie, part of Kalamazoo, 524.

La Forest de, Francois, comd't. Detroit
Klotz, O. J., told anecdote, 724.

succeeding Cadillac, 332.
Knaggs, Ann, (Mrs. Louis Campau) 65. La Flamboise, 659 see La Framboise.
Knaggs, Bob, 490.

La Follette, Robert, U. S. senator, 489.
Knaggs, James, married Polly Roberts, La Framboise, --, (La Flamboise) Joseph,
505; visit to South Bend, 506.

Monsieur, trader, 659.
Knapp, Henry A., 130.

La Framboise, (Fromboise, Flamboise)

Joseph, Mrs., first woman settler on

Grand river, 659.
La Fromboise, 659 see La Framboise.
Lagrange, Aaron, pioneer Howell, 189;

death recorded, 186.
Lagrange, James, pioneer Howell, 189;

death recorded, 186.
Lagrange, John, pioneer Howell, 189;

death recorded, 186.
Laires, Jean, Mrs., (Jeanne Laumet) 110.
Lake, Charles, pioneer Howell, 190.
Lake, Garrett S., pioneer Howell, 188.
Lake, Henry, pioneer Howell, 187, 188,

190, 191.
Lake, Horace L., pioneer Howell, 191.
Lake, Nicholas, pioneer Howell, 191.
Lake, Nicholas, jr., pioneer Howell, 191.
Lake, Nicholas N., pioneer Howell, 190.
Lake, Rial, pioneer Howell, 189; sketch,

186.
Lake, William, pioneer Howell, 190.
Lake, (Aishcum) county, meaning of name,

466.
Lake Erie, second boat on, 344.
Lake Huron, named by Champlain, 465.
Lake of the Puants, extent, 440, 441.
La Manistie, 468 see Manistee.
Lamar, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus, jurist,

243.
Lamar, Mirabeau B., sketch, 243.
Lamb, Jonathan, named Crawford county,

464.
Lamoroux, Peter, pioneer Howell, 194.
La Mothe, 105 see Cadillac also.
La Mothe, Guillaume, French officer, 337.
La Mothe de, sieur de Cadillac, de Launay

et de Semontel, Jean, father of Cadil-

lac, 105, 110, 140.
La Mothe de, Jean, Madame (Jeanne de

Malenfant) mother of Cadillac, 105.
La Mothe, de Jeanne de Pecnagut 111.
La Mothe, Marguerite Anne, 111 see Mar-

guerite Anne Lamothe Cadillac.
Laumet, corrupted to La Mothe, 105.
La Mothe, Marie Therese, 111 see Marie

Therese Cadillac (Mrs. Bartholomy de
Gregoire) 111.
Lamothe, Joseph, 111 see Joseph La-

mothe Cadillac.
Lamp, pewter, given museum by Miss

Burr, 9.
Lampton, Henry, 169.
Laud, William, Archibishop Canterbury,

sketch, 343.
Land grants, Cadillac's annulled, 333;

given Talbot & Selkirk, 78; to schools,

522, 612.
Landlords, early in Howell, 179, 180.
Landmarks Baldoon Castle 32' 83: Bal-

doon windmill, 82; Lenawee county,

paper by Mrs. F. P. Dodge, 478-491.
Land office, Monroe, 478; White Pigeon,

637.
Lands, Baldoon, 79; John Ball's opinion

of Michigan, 93-95; described in Michi-
gan, 558; early sales at Kalamazoo, 33;

given to found schools, 222; high in De-
troit, 92, 93; located by John Ball, 97,
103; Maine given to Cadillac's heirs, 111;
Michigan amount sold, 547; paid for in
specie, 98; price, 16, 103, 315, 423, 432,
436, 451, 503, 525, 544; reports un-
favorable to Michigan, 545, 546; sales
aided settlements, 554; sales at Kala-
mazoo, 33, 34; sold in Michigan 1830,

459, 460.
Lane, Alfred C., Dr., state geologist, gave

memoir Dr. Rominger, 721-726.
Lane, Joshua S., 181.
Langdon, George Curtis, member society,

7.
Lanman, Charles, author Red Book Michi-

gan, 603.
Lanman, James H., history quoted, 555,

594, 595.
Lansing, beginnings of, 719; early condi-

tion, 737, 738; F. M. Cowles work for,
738; Opera House builders and actors

in, 738.
Lantz House, Three Rivers, 428.
Lapeer, (Lapier) county organized and

named, 452.
La Potherie, Jacques Leneuf de, governor

of France, locates Potawatomies, 442.
Large Bay, 465 see Grand Traverse.
Larkin-Reynold-Bros., 281,
Larned, Charles, gen., 97.
Larned, George F., in charge Indian relics

Kalamazoo, 35; vote of thanks to, 41.
Larowe, Henry, pioneer Howell, 190.
Larowe, John B., pioneer Howell, 188, 190.
Larzelere, Claude S., Prof. Central Normal,

paper cited, 163.
Lasalle, (La Salle) Robert Chevalier,

Sieur de, 20, 455; at St. Ignace, 90; built
Mackinac fort, 90; established fort at
St. Ignace, 85; name for Lake Michigan,
442; named river and fort St. Joseph,

456; trip cited, 450.
Lasley, Henry S., merchant, 97.
Lasley, William, sketch, 97.
Lasley, William, Mrs., (Louise (Lisette)

Constant) 97.
Lasserre, Pierre, Mrs., (Anne Laumet) 110.
Lathrop, Joshua and wife, 699.
Lathrop. Rebecca Perrett. (Mrs. G. D.

Gillespie) 699.
Latitude, first used by Ptolemy, 628; how

reckoned, 629.
Latrobe, J. H. B., 144,
Laumet, 110 see La Mothe also.
Laumet de, Anne, (Mrs. Pierre Lasserre)

110.
Laumet de, Anne, (Perrette) (Mrs. Pierre

Mauquie de Montgaillard) 110.
Laumet de, Antoine, 110 see Cadillac.
Laumet de, Antoine François, married

Louyse d'Auriol de Peireus, 110.
Laumet de, Antoine François, Mrs., (Louyse

d'Auriol de Peireus) 110.
Laumet de, Jean, (jr.) death recorded, 110.

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