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419.

St. Mary's church, Monroe, 506.
St. Mary's river, historic, 197.
St. Nicholas de la Grave, birthplace of

Cadillac, described, 107-109.
St. Norbert, Father, founded Premonstra-

tensian order, 516.
St. Saveur, -, Detroit drummer 1748,
- duties of, 333.
Sak, 453 see Sac.
Sak e nong, 452 see Saginaw.
Salaries, see Wages.
Salsig, Lewis, married Sophia McInterfer,

421, 438.
Salsig, Sophia, Mrs., (Miss McInterfer)

pioneer Three Rivers, 417; story of, 418,
Salt, price, 492, 495, 644.
Salviguac, Pierre, Mrs., (Angelique Fur-

gole) 111.
Samplers, paper, Mrs. F. S. Babbitt, 5, 351-

355; Frontispiece.
Samuel, James, English engineer for G. R.

& I. R. R., 31.
Sanderl, Simon, Father, at Arbe Croche,

511.
Sanford, -, Mrs., (Miss Crowell) 212.
Sanford, Francis, Miss, 212.
Sanford, Perry, runaway slave, 283.
Sanilac, Indian chief, county named for,

453.
Sanilac county, organized and named, 452,

453.
Sanson, John G., Rev., Father, Dean

Muskegon, 519.
Sanson, Nicholas, map of Michigan 1650,

441, 450, 451,
Sappington's pills, 437.
Sargent, Everett, pioneer Howell, 192.
Sargent, Winthrop, major, sec'y. terr’y.,

organized Wayne county, 443, 445.
Salees, Lac des Eaux, name for Lake St.

Clair, 450, 451.
Satterlee, –, Troy pioneer, 349.
Saucier, Agnes, (Mrs. Michael Rivard) 65.
Saucier, Marie Louise, (Mrs. Louis Beau-

fait) 65.
Sauganash (Saginaw, Sagino), grave marked

by D. A. R.'s, Three Rivers, 400, 401.
Saugatuck, called The Flats, 163; first

pioneer in, 157.
Sault St. Marie, (Soo) 196, 694; story of

murder at, 196-201.
Savage, John, 700.
Sawdust city, 682 see Muskegon.
Saw ge maw, Ottawa chief defeat, 319.
Sawmill, first Grand Traverse, 305.
Scales, Robert, trader, prairie named for,

654, 659, 661, 662, 669.
Scales Prairie, apple trees found on, 664;

origin of name, 654, 655.
Schiebel, Frank, received boulder for

supervisors Adrian, 498.
Schindler, -, sold false metal, 336; drum-

med out camp, 336.
Schmid, (Schmidt) Frederick, Rev., first

Lutheran pastor in Michigan, 557.

Schmidt, John A., Rev., consultor to Right

Reverend Bishop, 519.
Schnabel, -, miller, Three Rivers, 431.
Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, Indian agent,

50, 197, 445, 448, 454, 456, 461, 464, 468;
books of published, 466; called Uncle
Sam's pet, 198; county named for, 471;
favorite name Íosco, 466; gave names to
counties, 455, 457, 460, 462; gives mean-
ing Michigan, 443; Indian books quoted,
477; life threatened by Tanner, 200;
made Indian names, 469; member De-
troit His. Soc., 30; member legislative
council, 456; manuscripts of published

by society, 20, 30, 50; sketch, 460.
Schoolcraft. James, (R.) 198; difficulty

with Lt. Tilden, 200; reported murdered

by John Tanner, 199-201, 694.
Schoolcraft, James, Mrs., 200.
Schoolcraft, Marie, (Mrs. John Hulbert)

198.
Schoolcraft county, named for Henry Rowe

Schoolcraft, 471.
Schoolhouses, crude, 314, 343; described,

345; first in Howell, 180; Kalamazoo,

523; Three Rivers, 424.
Schools, benefits, 614, 615; Catholic

Kalamazoo, 517, 526, 527; citizenship
and, by Prof. Sloan, 609-618; destroy
castes, 616; development or evolution,
616-618; early Kalamazoo Mrs. Den
Blyker, 37, 522-534; first in Hastings,
647, 648; first Three Rivers wrecked by
fire, 421, 424, 425; high established by
Catholics, 517; lands legislation over, 222-
225; library sold, 524; Michigan history
in, 618-623; ordinance for support, 522;
organized at Detroit, 556; pay for tui-
tion, 40; proposed by Cadillac, 332;
system how organized, 221, 612, 616, 617;

traveling started by Mrs. Stone, 173.
Schraft, Gottlieb, pioneer Howell settler,

188, 189.
Schraft, Jacob, pioneer settler Howell, 188,

189.
Schrembs, Joseph, Right Rev., vicar-

general, 509, 519; bishop Grand Rapids,

sketch, 518.
Schultz, Gustav A., member society, 52.
Schurz, Karl, (Carl) statesman, 722.
Schutjes, H. J. H., Rev., Father, 515;

sketch, 512.
Scofield, Benjamin, 178.
Scotch, settled Baldoon, 79; settlers in

Michigan, 574.
Scott v. Detroit Young Men's Society, 128;

decision, 129.
Scott, —, gift to Detroit, 41.
Scott legacy medal given Burt, 117.
Scott, -, map of Michigan, 632.
Scott, David, capt., sketch cited, 98.
Scott, Dred, decision, 265.
Scott, Frances Harrison, (Mrs. Gustavus

Brown Horner) 624.
Scott, Giles, pioneer Otsego township, 157.

Scott, James, capt., revolutionary army,

624.
Scott, Mabel, Mrs., loans to museum, 53.
Scott, Rachel, (Mrs. Huston Cisler) 656.
Scott, Winfield, gen. U. S., 97, 102.
Scottford, John, Rev., 182.
Sebee, Indian for river, 453.
Secretary, see report M. P. & His. Soc.
Sectional history of Michigan needed, 151.
Selby, -, mayor Flint, 12.
Selkirk, (Thomas Douglas) Fifth Earl of

Selkirk, abandons Baldoon, 84; com-
plains of lack of writing materials, 84;
delayed emigration, 80, 81; letter cited,
82, 83; lost lands in Canada, 83; met
Baldoon settlers, 81; name wrong (Dun-
das) in vols, 36 and 37, 78; patented
lands, 79; population on lands, 83;

settled Old Baldoon, 78.
Seneca Chief, first boat on Erie Canal, 143.
Servell, George, Mrs., (Miss Austin) 176.
Settlements, attractions for, 558, 559;

causes of, 541, 574, 575; check to, 574-
576; early Howell, 188, 189; French in
Michigan, 548, 549; how fostered, 577,
578; in Michigan, 633; Southern Michi-

gan, G. N. Fuller, 539-579.
Settlers, Baldoon names of, 79; character-

istics, 485, 544; deaths at Baldoon, 82;
desirable class, 576; first in Tecumseh,

478; nativity, 575; warned of danger, 99.
Seutteri, —, map, name of Lake Michigan,

442.
Seward, William H., statesman, 707.
Sextant Equatorial, patented by Burt, 114.
Seymour, Banner, 163.
Seymour, Henry, praised Daniel Ball, 72.
Seymour, Rodney, Mrs., 523 see Eliza

Coleman.
Shab wi wi agan, Shab wa way kin river,

463 see Sheboygan.
Shadd, -, col., wounded in civil war, 170.
Shafter, W. R., gen., letter to Charles

Walker, 489-491.
Shakespeare, A. J., postmaster Kalamazoo,

33.
Shaler, Becker & White, 432.
Shampatang, 668 see Gull Prairie.
Shanty Row, Three Rivers Hotel, 428.
Shaoshkometick, 'Indian for pine woods, 64.
Sharp, Charles, pioneer Howell, 194.
Sharrai, Bartholomew, Van Buren pioneer,

643.
Shave Head, chief decorated with scalps,

438.
Shaw, John, trip to market, 643.
Shaw, Lydia A., (Mrs. A. E. Bull) 660.
Shawenaw Bah, 506 see Pawnett,
Shawono, Indian chief, 464.
Shawono, former name Crawford county,

464.
Shea, John Gilmary, Dr., 510-512, 521.
Shearer, James, commissioner building

capitol, 706.
Shearman, Francis W., superintendent

public instruction, 231, 278.

Sheboygan, (Shab wa way kin, Shab wi wi

agan, Ji bai gan, Chab we gan) Wis.,

origin name, 463, 464.
Sheldon, —, Miss, teacher Kalamazoo col-

lege, 532.
Sheffield, George, 424, 434.
Sheley, Alanson, aided runaway slaves,

282; sketch, 255.
Sheley, Alanson, Mrs., (Ann Elizabeth

Drury) 255.
Shells, presented society by C. S. Cross-

man, 23.
Sheridan, Phil H., gen., commissioned col.

by Gov. Blair, 277.
Sherman, Benjamin, platted Lockport now

Three Rivers, 417, 431.
Sherwood, Eber, Allegan pioneer, 157.
Sherwood, R., land entry Waverly, 637.
Shiawassee county, organized and named,

452, 453.
Shiawassee river, signification name, 453.
Shields, , Howell pioneer attorney, 180.
Shinnaman, Chris., platted Moab, (Lock-

port, Three Rivers) 417.
Shope, Simon P., pioneer Howell, 188.
Shortis, -, Rev., Father, erected first

Catholic church Kalamazoo, sketch, 526.
Shugart, Zachariah, 281, 283.
Shurtz, —, Mrs., 418.
Shutz, Greene & Co., 424, 433.
Sibbald, John A., 703.
Sibley, Ebenezer Sproat, capt., sketch, 97.
Sibley, Ebenezer, Mrs., (Maria A. Cuyler)

97.
Sibley, Frederick T., 97.
Sibley, Henry S., 97.
Sibley, Solomon, colonel, 97; candidate for

legislative council 1799, 342; nativity of,

573; sketch, 507.
Sibley, Solomon, Mrs., (Sarah, (Sally)

Sproat) 97, 507.
Sickels, Barret, 432.
Sickles, Aaron, 182.
Sickles, Emma, 181.
Sickles, Hannah M., 183.
Sickness in Selkirk's settlement, 82.
Sidell, Samuel, pioneer Howell, 193.
Sidman, George D., gifts to society, 10, 23,

24.
Sikonam, Baye de, name of Saginaw, 452.
Sill, J. M. B., educator, 231.
Silliman, (Silliam) Arthur, Three Rivers

pioneer, 418, 422, 423, 428, 436.
Silliman Bros., 422
Simrall's Ferry, 139.
Sinclair, confusion of names, 451 see St.

Clair.
Sinclair, Patrick, capt., built Fort Sinclair,

sketch, 451.
Sinclair Fort, built by Patrick Sinclair,

451.
Singapore, Allegan county extinct village,

159-161; had bank bills but no bank, 159;
map cited, 159.
Sioussat, St. George, prof. L'niversity of the

South, 26, 27.

Smith, John, defendant, 260; judgment

against, 265.
Smith, John W., pioneer Howell, 185, 190.
Smith, Laura, (Mrs. Charles Haviland, jr.)

482.
Smith, Lafferty & Bliss, 433.
Smith, Lewis, 180.
Smith, Nathaniel, 180.
Smith, Odel J., pioneer Howell, 189; sketch,

186.
Smith, Othie, gave vocal solo, 2.
Smith, Robt. & Co., pay for binding books,

55.
Smith, S. Allen, postmaster Three Rivers,

427.

Sisters, Romanists different orders, 518.
Sisters of the Good Shepherd work, 517,

518.
Site, first house Tecumseh marked, 479;

railroad terminus Adrian, 491; Sauga-
nash's grave, 400; trading post Three

Rivers, 398.
Skilbeck, J. B., 178.
Skilbeck, J. B., Mrs., 181, 185.
Skinner, James H., Mrs., gave memoir of

father, 679, 670.
Skipworth, Joseph, runaway slave, 283.
Skit awa boo, Indian name for liquor, 660.
Skorzik, Aug., Rev., Father at St. Stanis-

lus, Bay City, 514.
Slade, Benjamin, 676.
Slater, Leonard, Rev., missionary Grand

Rapids, 66, 530, 639, 667, 670.
Slater, Leonard, Mrs., missionary Grand

Rapids, 66.
Slater Mission, marker proposed for, 672.
Slavery, conditions, 269; history in Michi-

gan needed, 151; horrors of seen by Mrs.
Stone, 173; Michigan question in law,

127, 128; not popular in Detroit, 557.
Slaves, attempt to capture runaway, 244-

276; escaped, death recorded, 736;

fugitive case, 262, 263.
Slayton, Nathan, 163.
Sleeping, Bear Point, 286.
Sliter, Shubal B., 179.
Sloan, Norman Burt, papers, 47, 603-623.
Sloate, Simon, Tecumseh pioneer, 478.
Slocum, Arthur Gaylord, LL, D., president

Kalamazoo college, 39.
Smith, ---, lieut., wounded in civil war, 170.
Smith, Abigail, 182.
Smith, Abram, 84.
Smith, Angus, Milwaukee, Wis., 84.
Smith, Bernard B., military record, Howell,

185.
Smith, Leander C., 179.
Smith, Daniel, 482.
Smith, David William, elected to council,

338.
Smith, E. P., 433.
Smith, Elisha H., history of Howell quoted,

185-195; pioneer Howell, 188, 190.
Smith, Emmet, 2d lieut., Howell, 185.
Smith, George N., Rev., missionary life

cited, 208.
Smith, Gerrit, N. Y., offered legal services,

262.
Smith, Harmon, 180.
Smith, Henry, pioneer Howell, 190.
Smith, Hiram, Mr. and Mrs., gifts to mu-

seum, 9..
Smith, Hiram H., pioneer merchant,

Lansing, 737.
Smith, James, 221.
Smith, James & Co., built first frame build-

ing Three Rivers, 435.
Smith, J. Calvin, made map Mich., 636, 637.
Smith, J. K., married Catherine McDonald,

Smith, Samuel B., Rev., 482.
Smith, Samuel Lattee, 43, 84.
Smith, Sene, (Mrs. Daniel) 482.
Smith, Vernon C., pioneer Howell, 190.
Smith, Villeroy E., pioneer Howell, 188;

sketch, 185, 186.
Smith, Silas, pioneer Howell, 192.
Smith, W. V., paper, 4, 12, 355-361.
Smith, Walter V., pioneer Howell, 190.
Smith, William, pioneer Howell, 191.
Smith, William B., editor, 180.
Smith, William W., aided slaves, 247.
Smith & Bowman, millers, 431.
Smith & Laferty, 424.
Smithson, James, founded Smithsonian

Institute, 44.
Snakes, terror of pioneers, 294, 295.
Snow, Edwin C., remarks by, 39.
Snow, depth, 289, 293, 312.
Snyder, Jonathan L., Dr., president M. A.

Č., 18.
Soap making, Yankee industry, 550.
Sobby, 665 see Macksawbee,
Social status Michigan, history needed on,

151.
Socks, price, 438.
Society, 37 see Mich. Pion. & His. Soc.
Sogetah, meaning mouth, Indian for Grand

Haven, 64.
Soil, Grand Traverse, 295; Three Rivers,

436.
Soldiers, Calhoun's proportion civil war,

219; hired to kill Schoolcraft, 201; struck
by lightning, 200, 201; Howell, 185; lived

like citizens, 328; Three Rivers, 429, 430.
Somerset case, cited, 128.
Song, Canadian boat, quoted, 327; Finni-

gan's wake, 307; Tobacco, 309.
Sorin, (Soren) E. Rev., Father, diocese

Vincennes, 526.
Soule, Anna (Annah) May, paper cited, 163;

value of historical work, 150.
Soule, Harrison, major, remarks by, 38.
Soule, Milo, “Squire" father of major, 38,

241.
Soule, Milo, Mrs., (Irene Blodgett) en-

counter with Indian, 38.
Soule, William, Howell pioneer, 178.
South Dakota, Historical Society, exchange,
Southern Railroad, 101 see railroads.
Sowanquesake, 659 see Thornapple river.
Sowles, Enos, pioneer Howell, 192.
Sparks, –, author, 130, 143.
Spaulding, John A., 676.
Spence, -, Dr., Howell, 179.
Spencer, Mary C., Mrs., nominating com.

54.

84.

report, 18, 48.
Spencer, Monroe H., 422
Sperry, Rhoda, (Mrs. Ezra Smith Parke)

348.
Spicer, Alethea, (Mrs. B. F. Knight) 676,

677.
Spicer, Amos, sketch, 676, 677.
Spicer, Lucretia, (Mrs. Amos) 676, 677.
Spitzer, E. E., Mrs., 170.
Spofford, George, Tecumseh pioneer, 478,

480.
Spofford, George, Mrs., first teacher Lena-

wee county, 480.
Spoon holder, presented society, 9.
Spoor, George W., 737.
Sprague, William, Free Soil congressman,

264.
Sprague, William, Mrs., (Melissa Hyde) 343.
Spring, Benjamin J., Howell pioneer, 179,

188; sketch, 186.
Springwells, old forts at, 78.
Sproat, Sarah, (Sally) (Mrs. Solomon Sib-

ley) 97, 507.
Stafford, George, pioneer Howell, 191.
Stafford, Joseph, pioneer Howell, 191.
Stages, aids to settlement, 559; lines fed

railroads, 600; number and route, 560,

595; routes on early maps, 501.
Stagecoach, description of, 650, 651.
Staley, -, Rev., Presbyterian, Mottville,

425.
Staley, Theodore, pioneer Howell, 192.
Standish, Henry, 646.
Standish, Sophia E., (Mrs. H. J. Kenfield)

646.
Stanford, Leland, endowed University Cali-

fornia, 231, 234.
Stanley, Justin M., artist Detroit, made

picture Aunt Emily Ward, 586.
Stanley, J. W., Mrs., 64.
Stark, Susie Stebbins, Mrs., gave memorial

bouquet, 6.
Stata, Elijah, left Grand Traverse region,

317; sketch, 286, 287.
Stata, Martha, (Mrs. Martha Gray) 286.
Stata, Sarah, 299.
Stata, Seth, 288, 289, 291-296, 298, 300;

death recorded, 317.
State, see Michigan.
State Republican, Lansing, quoted, 681.
States, historical work of other, 21, 22,
Statistics, diocese Grand Rapids, 520, 521.
Stations, underground railway, 281, 282,

284.
Statue of Gov. Mason, replica given mu-

seum by D. McCoy, 9.
Statue, at Washington, D. C., subject for

selected by legislature, 5, 29.
Steam, part in transportation, 593.

Steamboats, aided Michigan emigration,

547; first in 1810, 144; first on Kalama-
zoo river, 162; second in Michigan, 554;

trade of, 554.
Stearns, Allen, pioneer Howell, 192.
Stearns, Ebenezer, pioneer Howell, 192.
Stearns, Henry, pioneer Howell, 192.
Stebbins, Clement, pioneer Howell, 188;

death recorded, 186.
Stebbins, Cortland B., memorial flowers

for, 6.
Stebbins, Samuel, pioneer Howell, 190.
Steel, Joseph H., Howell pioneer, 188;

bought Eagle Hotel, 178, 179, 185;

sketch, 187.
Steel, Joseph, Mrs., 185.
Steere, Joseph H., supreme court justice,

gave life of John Tanner, 197; member

historical committee, 4, 18.
Steffes, Joseph M., Dean Manistee, 519.
Steinhausen, G., Rev., Father, 512.
Steketee, J., led Dutch colony, 209.
Stennett, W. H., quoted, 478.
Stephens, -, sent trilobites to Dr. Rom-

inger, 724.
Stephenson, (Stevenson) George, English

engineer, made engine Rocket, 545;

sketch, 143.
Sterling, James, married Angelique Cuil-

lerier Beaubien, 335.
Sterling, James, Mrs., (Angelique Cuillerier

Beaubien) disclosed Pontiac's plot, 335.
Stetson, Turner and wife, Tecumseh pio-

neer, 478.
Stevens, B. F. and Brown, London, Eng-

land, paid for copying, 52, 55.
Stevens, Henry, pioneer Howell, 191.
Stevens, John, pioneer Howell, 191,
Stevens, J. W., directed High School Glee

Club, 43.
Stevens, Thomas, pioneer Howell, 192.
Stevenson, 545 see George Stephenson.
Stewart, -, mother destroyed liquor at

Howell, 185.
Stewart, Aura P., pioneer St. Clair county,

574; history cited, 561.
Stewart, Francis McQuigg, Mrs., member

society, 7.
Stewart, Franklin E., pioneer Howell, 191.
Stewart, N. P., merchant, Auburn, Mich.,

346.
Stewart, Phineas, pioneer Howell, 192.
Stewart, William, pioneer Howell, 192.
Stewart, William J., judge, prof., Grand

Rapids, 647.
Stewart family, loan cup and saucer to

society, 10.
Stillson, A., 158.
Stimson, Thomas D., lumberman, 682.
Stockholm, Alice B., Mrs., authoress pro-

tege of Husseys, 285.
Stockton, John, col. gen., commissioner

Indian claims, 156; reported fever and

ague, 561.
Stockwell, Joseph S., member society, 7, 18.
Stoddard, Lucius H., member society, 52.
Swartout, Wade, lieut. Spanish war, 429.
Swayne, N. H., judge, 261.
Sweeney, Richard, Rev., Father at St.

Joseph, East Saginaw, 515.
Sweet, Martin L., mills at Grand Rapids, 71.
Sweet's Hotel, Grand Rapids, 69.
Swift, H, D., Van Buren pioneer, 637, 638.
Switz, Abraham, pioneer Howell, 191.
Swords, owned by Cadillac, 331.
Syllabus, in Giltner vs. Gorham, 262, 263,

Stone, Clement, Mrs., artist, 176.
Stone, George W., greeting, 219, 220.
Stone, James A. B., Rev., 530, 532; mar-

ried Lucinda Hinsdale, 172; postmaster
Kalamazoo, 33; president branch U. of

M., 172.
Stone, Lucinda Hinsdale, Mrs., (James A.

B.) "Mother of Clubs," 40, 53, 174, 175;
anti slavery work, 173; biography by
Mrs. Hoyt, 171-176; degree conferred on
by U. of M., 174; educational work, 171-
176, 530-532; memorial building for, 174;
name given to D. A. R. Chapter, 36; por-
trait given society, 176; principal Kal-

amazoo College, 532; sketch cited, 173.
Stone, Marion, (Mrs. Dwight N. Lowell)

713.
Stone, Ned, slave hunter Kentucky, 252.
Stone, Ned, Mrs., (Miss Crosswhite) 252.
Stone, Parmelia L., gifts to society, 23.
Stone, Roswell, col., supt. boarding house

Kalamazoo College, 528.
Stone, Simeon A., and wife, adopted boy,

220.
Stoves, none in Detroit, 340.
Stowe, Harriet Beecher, Mrs., 173, 252, 258.
Stowells, —, 287.
Strachey, Henry, English peace commis-

sioner, 138; opinion of Americans, 139.
Strambaugh, —, Rev., Methodist circuit

rider, 182.
Strang, James J., Mormon King, sketch,

472.
Strauther, Samuel, colored. 280, 283.
Strawberry plant, firm largest at Three

Rivers, 434, 435.
Streets, Detroit trouble to enlarge, 553.
Strictley, Samuel, pioneer Howell, 193.
Strong, ---, prof. Grand Rapids schools,

696.
Strong, William, remarks by, 40.
Subjects for Michigan historical papers,

150-152.
Suffrage, woman, championed by Mrs.

Stone, 173,
Sugar, beet, culture history, 129, 130;

maple made by Indians, 67; price, 293.
Sullivan, Nicolas, pioneer editor Howell,

180.
Sullivan & Co., bill, 55.
Sumner, (A.) Dr., treatment patients, 675.
Summerfield township, formerly Flumen,

568.
Sundago, Chippewa Indian, 665.
Sun-dial, prompted solar compass, 113.
Superintendent Public Instruction, office

created by Crary, 225, 226; first in U. S.

and Mich., 617.
Superior, second boat on Lake Erie, 344,

639.
Supreme Court, extent of power, 120.
Surgeons, pioneer instruments of, 675.
Surveys, Congress gives appropriations for

U. P., 165; imperfect, 113; primitive

descriptions, 655.
Swan Creek, first name Toledo, 499.

Tackabury, --, atlas cited, 542, 549.
Talbot, Joseph C., Right Rev., bishop

Indiana, 699.
Talbot, Thomas, col., received Lake Erie

grants, 78.
Talbot, -, Mr. and Mrs., gifts to museum,

53.
Taney, Roger Brooke, chief justice U. S.,

265; sketch, 256.
Tanguay, Cyprien, abbe, 502, 504, 509.
Tanner, James, 200.
Tanner, John, accused of murder of School-

craft, 200; married Indian wife, 197, 198;
sketch by Judge Steere cited, 197; story

told by Mrs. Gilbert, 196-201, 694.
Tanner, John, Mrs., (Mrs. Duncan) 198.
Tanner, Martha, half-breed, story of father,

201.
Tariff, history of Michigan needed, 150.
Tavern, 427 see Hotel.
Tawas, 669 see Ottawas.
Taylor, —, held private school Lansing, 679.
Taylor, Enos B., pioneer Howell, 179, 188.
Taylor, Henry W., judge, 278.
Taylor, Palmer Hurd, conferred Masonic
degree on father, 727; death reported,

53; memoir, 726, 727.
Taylor, Palmer Hurd, Mrs., (Arabella Jack-

son) 727.
Taylor, Walter Rose, Hon., member society,

7.
Taylor, William, Rev., 528.
Taylor, Zachary, gen., twelfth president

U. S., 97, 256.
Taylor & McPherson, 179.
Tea, price, 293, 553.
Tea caddy, presented museum by Mrs.

Mower. 9
Teacher, first Lenawee county, 480; pioneer,

180, 181, 314,
Tecumseh, Shawnee chief, 658; killed, 662,

670; sketch, 480,
Tecumseh, county seat Lenawee, 480; first

settlers, 478; placed boulder site Mus-

grove Evans' house, 479.
Tecumseh, name third engine, 495.
Teegaushau, Indian name for Mrs. Oakes,

96.
Temperance Hotel, Howell, 179.
Tenbrook, Andrew, M. A., prof. U. of M..

231, 557, 733.
Ten Eyck, Conrad, U. S. marshal, election

methods, 99.
Ten Eyck, William, manager railroad ball,

101.

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