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Laumet de, Jean, father of Cadillac, mar-

ried Jeanne de Pecnagut (Jeanne de

Malenfant) 105, 106, 110.
Laumet de, Jean, Mrs., (Jeanne de Pecna-

sions, 93, 94; first teacher in, 480; Fourth
July celebration 1828, 483; landmarks,
Mrs. Dodge paper, 19, 478-491; organized

and named, 452, 478.
Lenawee, name of fourth railroad engine,

495.
Leno, 452 see Lenawee.
Leonard, Mr., on Thornapple river, 95.
Letter of Joseph Bradish 1819, 484, 485;

aided Michigan settlements, 576;
omitted in Indian alphabet, 64; relics

in family of Mrs. Kinney, 84,
Levake, H. S., manager railroad ball, 101.
Lewis, Calvin, first settler Yankee Springs,

652.
Lewis, J. O., engraved Judd map, 634, 635.
Lewis, Phebe, (Mrs. Edward Campau) 666.
Lewis, Seth, editor Marshall Statesman,

270.
Lewis, William, captain, Howell company,

185.
Lewis, “Yankee Bill,” landlord, elected

representative, 652, 666; tavern com-

mended, 95.
Lewis, William, Mrs., landlady Yankee

Springs, 95.
L'Halle de, Nicolas Bernardin Constantine,

recollect priest, helped start Detroit, 325.
Library, given Kalamazoo by Dr. Van

Deusen, 729; school number in state, 6.
Library, Congress, exchange, 54.
Library, state, first amount appropriation

for, 101.
Light-house, location Bois Blanc, 586.
Lignery, Constant le Marchant, de Sieur,

sent to fortify Fort Mackinac, 85.
Liguori, St. Alphonsus, 511.
Lincoln, Abraham, president l'. S., 54, 169,

213, 214, 256, 259, 275, 277, 280; gift
of umbrella to Mrs. Carey, 24, 170; pro-
clamation, 736.
Lincoln, Luther, sketch, 103; son killed by

lightning, 103
Link, Charles M., capt., built schooner Trio,

161.
Linkletter, Calvin, known as Old Man, 305;

transportation business, 305; sketch,

303-305.
Linkletter, Clarence, pioneer Benzie county,

304, 305.
Linnell, Martha M., (Mrs. Byron D. Ball)

69.
Linsley, E. B., Hon., 434.
Liquor, Indian name for, 660.
Little, —, Mr., (Wallaceburg) 82.
Little, Mr., owner site Baldoon, $2.
Little, Albert, committee county His-

torical Society, 39; remarks by, 40.
Little, Frank, 525; death recorded, 40.
Little, Henry, 38.
Little Sisters of the Poor, work of, 517, 518.
Little Wing, Chippewa chief, called also

Wing, 461, see Alcona.
Livermore, Mary A., (Mrs. Ebenezer Gros-

gut) 110.
Laumet de, Jeanne, (Mrs. Jean Laires) 110.
Laumet de, Paul, 110.
Laumet de, Paul, (Mrs. Martial de Faussat)

110.
Launay, 105 see La Mothe and Cadillac.
Laurens, 135.
Lautrette, Mrs., 37.
Laval, de Montmorency, François, Xavier,

first bishop of France at Quebec, 467,

510.
Laverdiere, —, editor Champlain's works,

458.
Lawrence, Wolcott, member legislative

council, 634, 635.
Lawrence, Jeremiah, nativity, 573.
Laws, made for Detroit government, 336;

maritime on Great Lakes decision cited,

130.
Lawther, James, 178.
Lawyers, early Grand Rapids, 70; first ad-

mitted in N. W. Terry., 574; pioneer

Howell, 180.
Leader, Mrs., 677.
Lee, Frederick J., Howell pioneer, 188;

death recorded, 179.
Lee, George W., col., 184, 188; sketch cited,

179.
Lee, George W., Mrs., 184.
Lee, John S., searching runaway slaves,

245.
Lee, Laurilla, 181.
Lee, Mark, early teacher, 41.
Lee, Richard Henry, quoted, 611.
Lee, Robert Edward, confederate general,

170, 171, 624.
Lee, Guerillas, captured Mrs. Carey, 170.
Lee & Brother, 179.
Lee & Sage, 180.
Leelanau county, German settlement, 317,

318; meaning of name, 466.
Leelinau, Ojibway story, cited, 466.
Le Fevre, (Lefevre) Peter Paul, Bishop,

511, 512, 513; death reported, 513.
Lefevre Institute, started at Kalamazoo,

527.
Legend, Indian, 285, 286.
Legislature, changed county names, 461;

election 1799, 342; named 48 counties,

477; selected statue at Washington, 29.
Legler, Henry E., quoted, 477.
Legree, Simon, 252, 258.
Leith, probably of the firm Leith and

Sheperd, Amherstburg merchants, 339.
Le Jeune, -, relations of Jesuits quoted,

440, 465.
Leland, John M., 430.
Leland, Waldo G., paper cited, 26.
Le Mer Douce, name for Lake Huron, 440,

441.
Lenawee (Leno, Lenawai) county, de-

scribed in 1819, 484, 485; early impres-

venor) 702.

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Livermore, Mary A., Mrs., philanthropist, Lyon, James, 102.
702.

Lyon, Leny, 189.
Livingston, Edward, sketch, 459.

Lyon, Lucius, Judge U. S. surveyor general,
Livingston Center, former name of Howell, 102, 165; interested in Mich's. bound-
176, 177.

aries, 165; sketch cited, 228; vote for
Livingston county, fair grounds, 177; or- Congressional delegate, 640,
ganized and named, 459.

Lyon, Mary, established Mt. Holyoke
Livingston Courier, pioneer newspaper seminary, 181.
Howell, 180.

Lyon, Morgan, pioneer Howell, 188, 189.
Livingston Democrat, Howell newspaper, Lyon, Samuel, 183.
180.

Lymbruner, agent Province Canada,
Livingston Hotel, Howell, 180.

550.
Livingston Republican, Howell, 176, 180. Lytle, E. H., surveyor, 640.
Livingstone, Robert R., navigation rights,
125, 126.

Mac-a-de-pe-nassy, Indian chief, gave tra-
Locke, John, quoted, 620.

dition, 318.
Lock, placed in river, 594.

McArthur, Alexander, 646.
Lockport, changed to Three Rivers, platted, McArthur, Duncan, American general, 83.
417, 427.

McArthur, Ellen, Mrs., taught first school
Logan, Jim, barber, runaway slave, 284. Hastings, 648.
Logan, former name of Adrian, 482. McBride, Homer J., gave address welcome
Lomax, Joseph, first president G. R. & I. Flint, 12.

R. R., letter read at Kalamazoo, 31-33. McBride, Robert, Rev., death reported,
Lombard, Mrs., gave solo, 36.

184.
Long, Charles D., justice supreme court, McCabe, Charles R., Hon., Marquette,
portrait given museum, 9.

member legislature solicited portrait
Longitude, first used by Ptolemy, 628; Peter White, 1.
starting point of, 628, 629.

McCabe, (MacCabe) Julius Patrick Bolivar,
Longstreet, James, confederate lieut. gen., made first directory Detroit, 65, 556.
170, 171.

McCabe, (MacCabe) J. P. B., Mrs., (Therese
Longyear, John W., Mrs., (Harriet Munroe) Marsac) 65.

one of four sisters at meeting, 43. McCallum, Donald, Baldoon settler, 79.
Longyear, John W., Hon., 264; sketch cited, McCallum, Hugh, sketch, 84.
213.

McCarthy, James J., Rev., Mt. Pleasant,
Loomis, Levi, pay how obtained, 160, 161. 515.
Loomis, Marion, first white child born in McCarty, Dennis, Irish song, 306.
Ganges, 161.

McClellan, A. E., (Mrs. Willard Hayes)
Lord, E. D., manager railroad ball Dear 646, 652.
born 1838, 101.

McClellan, Daniel, 652.
Lords of Trade, plan for government of McClelland, (McClellen) Robert, governor
Canada, 134.

Mich., 509.
Lost river, 468 see Manistee.

McCloskey, James, defaulter Detroit, 645.
Lothrop, George Van Ness, Hon., 714. McConnell, Henry, quoted, 648.
Louck, George, pioneer Howell, 191. McConnell, Willard M., Auburn pioneer,
Loud, George A., Michigan congressman,

348.
678.

McCormick, John M., (H.) Rt. Rev., gave
Louis XVII, French Dauphin, 626.

memoir Dr. Van Deusen, 36, 699, 728-
Louis Uncle, 67 see Louis Campau.

731.
Loveland, Nora L., Mrs., member society, McCoskey, Samuel, Episcopal Bishop,
52.

Michigan, 699.
Lowe, Peter, Tecumseh pioneer, 478. McCoy, originally McKay, 2.
Lowell, Dwight N., memoir, 712, 713. McCoy, Daniel, biography by Judge Mont-
Lowell, Dwight N., Mrs., (Nellie J. Horton) gomery cited, 2; gave replica statue of
second wife (Marion Stone) 713.

gov. Mason to society, 9.
Lowell, Josiah, revolutionary soldier, 712. McCoy, Isaac, Rev., started mission, 639,
Lowell, Nelson, 712.

648.
Lowell, Percival, 712.

McCullom, William, 280.
Lowell, Mich., first merchant in, 62.

McCulloch v Maryland cited, 122; decision
Lucas, Robert, governor Ohio, 687.

regarding, 123-125.
Luce, Cyrus G., governor, county named McCutcheon, original name of Cutcheon
for, 476, 477; sketch, 477.

family, 2.
Luce county, origin of name, 476, 477. McDonald, 87 see McDouall.
Lucking, Alfred, attorney Detroit, 714. McDonald, Albert, Baldoon settler, 79,
Lumber, condition, 216.

McDonald, Angus, Baldoon settler, 79.
Lumbering, early industry, 566.

McDonald, Angus, printer settled at Al-
Lyon, A. C., 12.

gonac, 84,

McDonald, Catherine, (Mrs. J. K.'Smith)

84.
McDonald, Daniel, Baldoon settler, 79, 81.
McDonald, John, Baldoon settler, 79, 81;

trouble with Baldoon mysteries, 81.
McDonald, Neil, author Belledoon

mysteries, 81.
McDonald, Peter, Baldoon settler, 79.
Macdonell, Miles, capt., letter book cited,

83.
McDouall, (Donald) R., reinforced Ft.

Mackinac, 87.
McDougall, Allen, Baldoon settler, 79.
McDougall, George, prisoner among In-

dians, 335, 336; escape, 336.
McDougall, John, Baldoon settler, 79.
McDougall, Laughlin, erected windmill,

82, 83.
McFall, Asa, pioneer Howell, 191.
McGee, L. B., Mrs., death reported, 8.
McGowan, Miss, in charge Catholic

school Kalamazoo, 526.
Macijewski, Julian, Rev., Father, 513.
McInterfer, Jacob, first settler 3d ward

Three Rivers, 417; first school in cabin,
424; built first mill Three Rivers, 431;
death recorded, 419, 425; laid out St.
Joseph village, 417.
McInterfer, Jacob, Mrs., death recorded,

419; early cooking, 418; named Three

Rivers, 419.
McInterfer, Sophia, (Mrs. Lewis Salsig)

417, 438.
Mack, Jenny, (colored) fed Mrs. Carey, 170.
Mack, Stephen, col., member legislative

council, 635.
McKay, original name for McCoy, 2.
McKay, Mary Nell, U. of M. alumnus, 18.
McKee, Alex., D. S. G. D. I. G. I, A., 83.
McKee, Thomas, Mrs., (Therese Askin)

341.
McKee, William, 427.
McKenny, Thomas L., book quoted, 197;

describes Detroit, 555, 576.
McKernan, Michael, 181.
McKibbin, Frank, Mrs., U. of M. alumnus,

18.
McKinley, William, president U. S., 24,

170, 476.
Mackinac (Mackinaw, Michilimackinac)

Fort controlled by United States, 92;
dangers met, 89; first built by LaSalle,
90; importance of, 85, 88-92; Indian
massacre at, 91; last place occupied by
British, 92; reported by Tracy, 86; re-
stored to U. S., 87; site changed, 85; size

of garrison, 86; under three flags, 89.
Mackinac (Michilimackinac, Mackinaw)

City, ruins of fort at, 92.
Mackinac Island, abandoned by U. S., 85;

McLean, John, first circuit court judge in

Michigan, 261, 262.
McLean, Robert, pioneer Howell, 191.
McLaughlin, Andrew, prof. and author,

227, 231, 233, 545, 550, 556, 561, 573.
McManus, P. J., Rev., at St. Andrews,

Grand Rapids, 514, 515.
McMillan, James, U. S. Senator, biography

by Moore cited, 6, 28.
McMillan, William B., pioneer Howell, 193.
McNab, John, Dr., succeeded Earl Selkirk,

83; married Indian, 83.
McNab, John, Mrs., Indian, 83.
Macomb, Alexander, U. S. gen., 9, 338;

county named for, sketch, 417; statue to

in Detroit, 716.
Macomb, William, elected to legislative

puncil, 338, 339.
Macomb estate, Grosse Isle, 342.
Macomb county, extent, 573; organized

and named, 447; Prehistoric Forts in
paper by G. H. Cannon, 73-76; settle-
ment, 570, 571.
McCabe, 65 see MacCabe.
McPherson, Baldoon settler, 79.
McPherson, Bessie A. Rowe, Mrs., member

society, 7.
McPherson, Elizabeth, Howell pioneer, 183.
McPherson, William, jr., 177.
McPherson, William, sr., pioneer black-

smith Howell, 178, 183, 188; death re-

corded, 179; sketch, 187.
McPherson & Riddle, 179.
McQueen, James, Eaton county pioneer,

land entry, 672; stole goods, 674.
McQueen, James, Mrs., announced new

settlers, 673.
Macsaubee, Joe, story of, 158.
Macsaubee, Louie, 158.
Madison, Dolly, Mrs., represented by Mrs.

Dingley, 36.
Madison, James, U. S. sec. state, fourth
Manitou au kick, (god kettle) 318, 319.
Mann, Richard, land looker, 94.
Mann, William, 92, 93; letter from John

captured by British, 85; described, 86;

surrendered to English, 85.
Mackinac Park Commission, 85, 89.
Macksawbee, (Sobby) Chippewa chief, 665.
McLean, Allen, Baldoon settler, 79.

president, 449, 503; suit against, 120.
Maffit, (Mafit) C. W., editor, 426.
Magnan, J. Roche, Rev., Father, Dean,

death recorded, 519.
Mahan, Artemas, 183.
Mahan, Polly Ann, 183.
Mahan, Sarah, 183.
Mail, early facilities, 33, 162, 298, 299, 482,

555, 556, 646.
Maine Historical Society, exchange, 53, 54.
Malden Old Fort and Amherstburg, paper,

15, 370-386.
Malenfant, Jeanne de, married La Mothe

Launy, father of Cadillac, 105, 110.
Mallock, Ringuette, Mrs., 64.
Malloy, --, Howell tailor, 178.
Man, The, who sold Mackinac Island, paper

by S. F. Cook cited, 3.
Manabooza, Indian good spirit, 285, 286.
Manasee, -, surgeon civil war, 170.
Manitou county, disappeared, 471, 472, 477;

origin of name, 471, 472; proposed to call
it Beaver, 472; tradition, 472.

Ball on Michigan, 93-95.
Mansfield, Levi, 292.
Mansfield, William Murray, Lord chief

justice England, 128.
Manuals, Michigan, presented society, 23.
Manufactories, Michigan history of needed,

152; in Calhoun county, 219; early

Grand Rapids, 70; Three Rivers, 431-435.
Manistee, (Vermillion, Lost, Island in the

River) river, 468.
Manistee county, origin of name, 468.
Manistique, same as Manistee, 468.
Manistique, river confounded with Manistee,

468.
Manuscripts, British museum, 131; Margry

papers, 11, 20, 21, 52, 55.
Maple river, decline of, 593; money for

improvement of, 101.
Maple sugar, amount made, 313; pioneer

commodity, 293, 294; price, 299.
Maps of Michigan, paper by W. L. Jenks,

627-637.
Maps, illustrated, Michigan, Farmer's 636;

Judd's, 634; Northwest V. S., 628; Ris-

Markmanship, value to settlers, 326.
Maroumine, 440 see Menominee.
Marquette, James, (Jacques) Pere, Jesuit

missionary, 90, 196, 622; county named
for, 470; established first mission St.
Ignace, 90, 509; map made by Thevenot,
441; place of death, sketch, 470, 471;

statue at Washington, D. C., 27.
Marquette county, origin of name, 470.
Marquette river, miscalled Margurite, 632.
Marr, Cyrus, pioneer Howell, 190.
Marr, Harlem, pioneer Howell, 190.
Marr, Jesse, pioneer Howell, 190.
Marr, John, death recorded, 186.
Marriage, first in Kalamazoo, 34.
Marsac, Charles, sketch, 65.
Marsac, Daniel, Indian trader, 95; bio-

graphy Hooker, 60-61; married Jenute
daughter of chief, 60; second wife Colette

Beaufait, 61; sketch, 60, 65,
Marsac, Daniel, Mrs., (Scholastica) (Colette)

Beaufait (Beufait) first wife Jenute, 61,

65.
Marsac, Emily, (Mrs. Touissaint Campau)

65.
Marsac, Eulalie Julia, (Mrs. Franklin M.

Wing) 65.
Marsac, Geneveva, (Mrs. Henry Campau)

don's, 635.
Maps, Michigan makers, 627-637; Arrow-

smith, 631; Bellin, 443; Bowen, 475;
Burr, 633; Carey & Lea, 633; Carte
Pisano, 628; Catalan, 628; Coronelli,
442; cost, 636; D'Anville, 443, 629;
Delisle, 442, 443; Du Creux, (Creuxius)
441, 443; eighteen hundred thirty-three,
634; English, 631; Farmer, 634; first,
628, 629; Franquelin, 441, 443; Gallinée,
1670; lost, 443; gave stage routes, 501;
Hutchins, 630; Joliet, 441; Judd, 634,
635; Marquette, 441; Mitchell, 443, 634;
Moll, 443; oldest, 628; Raudin, 442; Ris-
don, 634; Sanson, 441; Scott, 632;
Seutterie 1730, 442; Singapore, 159;
Smith, 636, 637; Thevenot, (Marquette)
441; unknown, 441; Western Boundary,

165; Young, 634.
Marameg, 455 see Kalamazoo.
Marbury, question over appointment

as justice of peace, 120; decision in suit,

121, 122,
Marbury v Madison, cited, 120.
Marest, Pere, Jesuit, gave name Lake Michi-

gan or Illinois, 442.
Margaret, protege Aunt Emily Ward, 585,

586.
Margry, Pierre, archivist of Paris, manu-

scripts to be published, 20, 21, 52; cost

of copying, 11, 55.
Margurite river, 632 see Marquette river.
Marietta, emigration from to Michigan, 574.
Marine City Women's Club, presented

picture Aunt Emily, 5, 9, 581.
Marker, J. J., Dr., gave vocal solos, 18, 19,

55.
Marking Terminus Erie & Kalamazoo rail-

road, 491-498.

65.
Marsac, Henrietta, 65.
Marsac, Julia Gouin, (Mrs. Anthony Rivard)

65.
Marsac, Jenute, Mrs., (Daniel) Indian wife,

60, 61.
Marsac, Marie Edesse, 65.
Marsac, Marie, half breed, 60; death re-

corded, 61.
Marsac, Rene de, maj. gen., genealogy of,

65.
Marsac, Rene, married Eulalie Gouin, 60.
Marsac, Rene de, Mrs., (Eulalie Gouin) 60,

65.
Marsac de, Sophie, (Mrs. Louis Campau)

64-69.
Marsac, Susanne, (Mrs. William H. God-

froy) 65.
Marsac, Theresa, (Mrs. Julius Patrick Boli-

var McCabe) 65.
Marsac, Sophie de, Grand Rapids chapter

D. A. R's., 48.
Marsh, Frank, postmaster Kalamazoo, 33.
Marsh, F. H., Dr., Howell pioneer, 179.
Marsh, John P., Kalamazoo pioneer, 530.
Marsh, Orin, first state librarian, sketch,

101.
Marsh, Nathaniel, teacher Kalamazoo, 529.
Marshall, John, U. S. chief justice, 123, 125,

256; decision regarding powers of Con-
gress, 123, 124; interpreted Constitution,
231; opinion Gibbons v Ogden, 126.
Marshall, Mich., abolition mob at, 244-256;

excitement over runaway slave, 244-

247; station underground railroad, 257.
Marshall College, formerly Michigan, 237.
Marshall Men and Measures in State and
341.
May, Richard, pioneer Howell, 193.
Maybury, Thomas, 714.

name, 467.

National History, paper by Judge Pat- Maybury & Lucking, 714.
terson, 27, 220-279.

Maybury, Lucking, Emmons & Helfman,
Marston, Lester and Wesley, 34.

715.
Martin, C. W., 713.

Mayer, Frederica, (Mrs. Carl Ludwig
Martin, E. H., testimony about invention Rominger) 722.
compass, 117.

Mayflower, (Union Galley) description of,
Martin, Edith, 713.

139.
Martin, Henry J., 35, 713; committee work Mayhew, Ira, protege Aunt Emily Ward,
for society, 1, 3, 18.

588.
Martin, Henry J., Mrs., memoir, 713.

Mayhew, Florence Brindle, Mrs., (Ira)
Martin, J. J., 713.

home, 588.
Martin, Jennie, 713.

Mead, James E., 348.
Martin, Luther, U.S. atty. gen., 123. Mead, Mary M., (Mrs. H. C. Parke) 348.
Marvin, Si., desperado, 316, 317.

Meade, Elisha E., Hon., 713.
Mary and John, ship in Winthrop fleet, Mears, Charles, sketch, 103.
1630, 737.

Mecosta, Potawatomie chief, meaning of
Maskego, Mashkigong, 473 see Muskegon
river.

Mecosta county, meaning of name, 467.
Mason, Cornelius, 654.

Meegisee, Chippewa chief, (eagle) 462.
Mason, Gardner, 183.

Meegisee, 462 see Antrim county.
Mason, George, author Virginia Bill of Meigs fort, 88.
Rights, 237

Meldrum & Park, Detroit merchants, 451.
Mason, Governor, 101 see Governor Mason. Melodeon, presented by Mary L. Barnes, 9.
Mason, J. G., Mrs., (Mary Curtis) 181. Melvin, W. R., Howell pioneer, 178.
Mason, Stevens T., boy gov. Mich., 27, 40, Melvina, held "bees," 290.

43, 128, 129, 460, 687; advocated Memoirs, Henry Harrison Aplin, 677;
railroads, 597; county named for, 467; James H. Baker, 679; Arthur C. Bird,
defended Michigan boundaries, 507; elec- 680; Delos A. Blodgett, 681; George H.
tion methods, 99; message quoted, 612; Cannon, 684; Frederick M. Cowles, 737;
renominated for governor, 98; replica of Rev. R. H. Crawford, 686; John Wet-
statue gift of Daniel McCoy, 9; resolu- more Dewey, 689; Charles E. Foote, 691;
tion regarding flag, 37; sketch, 467, 468; Mrs. Thomas D. Gilbert, 693; Bishop
vetoedbad school bill, 522; visited George De N. Gillespie, 699; Mrs. Ebe-
Adrian, 483.

nezer 0. Grosvenor, 700; Ebenezer Oliver
Mason county, formerly Notipekago, mean- Grosvenor, 702; Dr. J. W. Hagadorn, 708;
ing of name, 467, 468.

Dr. William H. Haze, 709; Arthur Hill,
Mason & Dixon's line, 244,

535-539; Dwight N. Lowell, 712; Mrs.
Masons, aided Mrs. Carey, 171; presented Henry J. Martin, 713; Hon. William C.
governors' chairs to society, 2, 322.

Maybury, 714; Hon. John C. Patterson,
Massachusetts colony, came to Monroe, 717; Theodore E. Potter, 719; Dr. Carl
567; lost land of, 567.

Ludwig Rominger, 721-726; Palmer Hurd
Massacre, Indian at Mackinac, 91; Raisin Taylor, 726, 727; Dr. Van Deusen by
River, 561.

Bishop McCormick, 728-731; P. Dean
Match eben ashe wish, 668 see Kalamazoo. Warner by Gov. Warner, 731-733; Mrs.
Mather, Fidelea S., (Mrs. John W. Dewey) Frank A. Weaver, 734; Henry Whiteley,
690.

734-736; Mrs. Lucretia Williams, 736.
Mather, Joseph H., 432.

Memorial, Detroit & St. Joseph railroad to
Mathews, John B., gift to museum, 53.

legislature, 100.
Maticou, 473 see Muskegon.

Menominee county, formerly Bleeker,
Matkowski, Marianus, Rev., consultor to named and organized, 473, 474.
Right Reverend Bishop, 519.

Menominee Indians called Maroumine, 440;
Mauck, Joseph W., LL. D., president sketch, 474.

Hillsdale College, joined society, 7. Menominee river, origin of name, 474.
Maumee, (Miami) river, 633.

Merchant, first in Lowell, 62; pioneer
May, Miss, (Mrs. Louis Moran) 98.

Howell, 179.
May, Dwight, gen., lieut. gov. Mich., 525. Meredith, English officer married
May, James, judge, candidate for legis-

Archange Askin and moved to England,
lature, 98, 342.

Mer Lac des Eaux, name for St. Clair lake,

451.
Maybury, Thomas, Mrs., (Margaret Cotter)
714.

Merrell, Edward Huntington, D, D., sketch
Maybury, William Cotter, Hon., memoir, of Gov. Horner cited, 626.

36, 714-716, made chevalier of Legion Merriam, George, 432.
of Honor by French Republic, 715; Merriam, R. I., 432.
statue proposed for, 716.

Merrill, Hiram, stagedriver, 651.

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