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Territorial Hall, legislature in Detroit, 100.
Territorial roads, 499.
Texas, decried, 490; first to enact home-

stead exemption law, 242.
Thayer, George W., committee work, 1, 8.
Thayer, S. B., Dr., anti slavery advocate,

280, 283.
Thevenot, Melchisédech, map Lake Michi-

gan called Marquette's, 441.
Thibondeau, M. U., Rev., Father at Bay

City, 514, 516.
Thomas, John, Rev., mission named for,
Thomas, A., Miss, 39.
Thomas, Nathan, Dr., 281.
Thomas, Watson G., pioneer Howell, 188,

189.
Thomas Mission, location, 639.
Thompson, --, Miss, (Mrs. A. L. Crittenden)

177.
Thompson, —, "Mother” destroyed liquor

at Howell, 185.
Thompson, -, Squire, first settler Berrien

county, 639.
Thompson, Alonzo, book of, given to

museum, 9.
Thompson, Cyrenus, Dr., built first frame

house Gun Plain, 157.
Thompson, Edward, pioneer Howell, 188;

sketch, 186.
Thompson, Lewis, Howell pioneer, 188;

mail carrier, 178.
Thompson, Morris, pioneer Howell, 177,

188.
Thompson, Moses, pioneer Howell, 188;

built first mill Howell township, 177, 178,

180; sketch, 186.
Thompson, Moses, Mrs., 177, 183.
Thompson, W. H., Rev., vocal solo, 47.
Thornapple, 654 see Middleville.
Thornapple lake, (Muski so wan que sake)

661, 664.
Thornapple, (Sowanquesake, forked river)

659.
Thread, price, 676.
Three Rivers, (Buck's, Moab, Lockport,

St. Joseph) French and Indian Foot-
prints, 386-397; history, M. H. Bum-
phrey, 417-436; origin of name, 419;
Reminiscences of, 410-417; Sauganash
grave marked by D. A. R's., 400-401;
site of French trading post marked by
D. A, R's., 398-400; sketches of pioneers,
418-425; wheat market, 1848, 423.
Three Rivers Women's Club, sent paper to

society, 436-438.
“Three Rivers." boat on St. Joseph, 431.
Three Rivers House, 428.
Throp, John A., Three Rivers pioneer, 432,

434.
Thunder Bay, origin name, 461, 462.
Thurber, -, Dr., killed in Platte township,
Thwaites Reuben Gold, 26, 27, 442, 550,

563, 565.

Tiffin, Edward, U. S. surveyor general,

opinion Michigan land, 498, 546, 576.
Tiffin river, 499 see Bean Creek.
Tilden, -, lieut., accused murder of School-

craft, 200, 201; resigned, 201.
Tilden, ---, Mrs., wife of lieut., 201.
Tillotson, Henry A., railroad conductor,

247.
Time, early journeys, 344, 592; Bremen to

New York, 722; Detroit to Grand Rapids,
102; from Utica to Detroit, 92; White

Pigeon to Galesburg, 40.
Tinklepaugh, John I., Shiawassee pioneer,

98.
Tittle, George, Van Buren pioneer, 637.
Tittle, Margaret, (Peggy) (Mrs. Daniel

Alexander) 638.
Titus, Silas, deputy marshal Detroit, 99.
Titus, Joseph & Son, 180.
Titus & Hicks, 283.
Tobacco, song against, 309.
Tobias, Henry, pioneer Howell, 189.
Todd, John, "Uncle," first pioneer Flint, 16.
Todd, Polly, “Aunt,” first pioneer Flint, 16.
Toledo, (Swan Creek, Port Lawrence, Vis-

tula) 493, 499.
Toledo, name second engine, 495.
Toledo war, 481, 687.
Toll, Isaac D., capt. in Mexican and civil

wars, 429.
Tomlinson, Alvah, pioneer Howell, 190.
Tonedagana, (The Dog) Ottawa chief,

county named for, 464; translation name,

464, 465.
Tonedagana county, changed to Emmet,

464,
Tongue, William, Howell pioneer, 193.
Tonty, (Tonti) de, Alphonse, captain,

commandant at Detroit, 331; death
recorded, 332.
Tonty de, Alphonse, Mrs., arrival in De-

troit 1702, 328.
Tonty de, Henry, 331.
Tooker, John S., Hon., U. S. Sec. Montana,

711.
Tooker, John S., Mrs., (Miss Haze) 711.
Tooker, Smith, pioneer Lansing, 737.
Townshend, Thomas, Lord English Sec.

war, 138.
Townships, organized in Allegan county,

156, 157; in Monroe, 568.
Town meeting, first in Allegan county, 156.
Tracy, Uriah, inspector of forts 1796, 85;

letter to Sec. war regarding Mackinac,

86.
Trade, at Detroit, 333; how conducted, 659;
methods exchange, 553; new channels

for, 147.
Traders, pioneer Howell, 178.
Trading posts, Carey Mission, 639; first at
Kalamazoo, 638; Grand Rapids, 638; in
Barry county, 654-672; Ottawa, (Thomas)
639; St. Joseph, 639; should be marked,
672; site marked at Three Rivers, 398-
400, 419.

316.

Turner, Madelon Stockwell, first woman

student U. of M., 172.
Turtle, Indian name for Mackinac, 448.
Tuscola county, origin of name, 469.
Tuttle, Ralph, 40.
Tweddle, John and son, mail carriers, 314.
Twichell, Charles, built mill, 424, 433.
Tyler, John, tenth president U. S., 626.

Tradition, Indian, 318.
Trails, Indian, 593, 668, 669; first roads,

499; how marked, 320.
Trammel, presented museum by Mr. and

Mrs. Hiram Smith, 9.
Tranger, Mary, Mrs., (Miss Dewey) 691.
Travel, see transportation and journeys.
Transportation, aid to settlements, 543,

559, 576, 605; competition improve-
ments, 593; cost, 431; cost of wheat, 603;
early, 302, 532, 643, 652, 672, 673, 703;
load for pony, 666; Michigan's share in,
589-609; necessity of nations, 589;

problem pioneers, 320, 498.
Trask, Luther H., supt. Kalamazoo semi-

nary, 525, 534.
Traverse City, improvements and changes,

314, 315.
Traverse City Women's Club, gave picture

trail tree to museum, 320.
Treasurer, B. F. Davis elected, 4, 18; re-

port, 11, 17, 25, 55.
Treat, -, Mr., New York, 93.
Treaty, Cass at Saginaw, 450; Chicago, 454;
Greenville, 444, Indian, 83, 451; Jay's,
444; Paris boundaries defined, 131;

signed (1783), 139; "Soo," 197.
Trees, first shade planted Kalamazoo, 41;

in Lenawee county, 484, 485; size largest
oak, 97; picture, of Indian trail given
museum, 53.
Trekked, migration, 305.
Trencher, wooden presented society, 23.
Trevet v Wheeden, cited, 120.
Tribes, Indian, 656 see Indian tribes.
Trio, schooner built by Capt. Link, 161.
Trip, see pioneer journeys.
Troutier, Joseph, sketch, 97, 98.
Troutman, Francis, Kentucky slave owner,
affidavit regarding mob case, 248, 250-
252; bought slave Crosswhite, 252;
search for escaped slave, 245, 246, 253-
254, 258-260; suit, 255, 266; work for

slavery, 276.
Trowbridge, Charles Christopher, candidate

for governor, 99, 349.
Troy, George, Three Rivers pioneer, 423,

432, 434; built first dam, 422.
Troy, Sylvester, pioneer Three Rivers, 418,

422, 432.
Trustees, 4 see Mich. Pion. & His. Soc.
Trustees, Kalamazoo College, 528.
Tucker, Catherine, owned slaves in Mich.,

127.
Tucker, Giles, pioneer Howell, 188; sketch,

187.
Tucker, Joseph, pioneer Howell, 188;

sketch, 186.
Tuition, institute price Kalamazoo, 528.
Turner, Frederick J., quoted, 592, 603.
Turner, Joseph, judge, sketch, 187.
Turner, Josiah, sketch, 180.
Turner, Marion, Mrs., (James) one of four

sisters present at meeting, 43.
Turner, Philander, 646.
Turner, Philander, Mrs., 647.

Umbrella, given Mrs. Carey by President

Lincoln, 170, 171.
Underground Railroad, history of desired,

151, 622; Battle Creek station, paper C.
E. Barnes, 279-285; conductors, 482;
organization of, 279; route, 279-282;

stations, 257, 281, 282.
Under the Oaks, Republican party born,

272, 705, 718.
Union Galley, 139 see Mayflower.
Union Hall hotel, 179 see Hotels.
United States boundary lines under treaty

1782, C. M. Burton, 130-139; condition,
1785, 612; Constitution 13 Amendment
quoted, 274; in control Ft. Mackinac, 91,

92.
University of Detroit, removed to Ann

Arbor, 532.
University of Michigan, branch at Kalama-

zoo, 172, 527-533; called Catholepiste-
miad by Woodward, 237, 556; conferred
degree on Mrs. Stone, 174; established
branches, 529; first woman student at,
172; land grants, 225, 522; professors,
529; statistics, 46, 47; Mrs. Stone scholar-

ship fund by Women's Clubs, 175.
Uns siz o ze bee, Indian name of Betsey

river, 474.
Unwattin, Ottawa chief, 468.
Unwattin, former name of Osceola county,

468.

Upjohn, Affa, 647.
Upjohn, Mane, Mrs., 647.
Upjohn, William, Dr., 648; sketch, 647.
Upjohn, William, Mrs., (Affa Connet)

second (Lydia Amelia Connet) 647.
Upjohn, Uriah, 647.
Upper Peninsula, boundaries, 164; divided

into four counties, 470; Congress gives
appropriations for survey, 165; how ob-

tained, 469, 470.
Ursuline Nuns, brought up Judith Cadillac,

110.
Utica, Mich., settlement of, 571.
Utley, Henry M., librarian, Detroit, 1;

biography Gen. Cutcheon cited, 2; quoted

on Singapore, 159.
Vaillant, Francois, Jesuit priest, trouble

with Cadillac, 325.
Van Arman, John, attorney, 254; sketch

cited, 246, 247,
Van Arsdale, John, pioneer Howell, 194.
Van Benthusen, Mr. and Mrs., Grand

Rapids, 68,
Van Blaricom, John, pioneer Howell, 192.
Van Buren, Anson DePuy, 181, 272.

garian priest, death reported, 511; sketch,

512.
Von Rosenberg, -, Dr., presented news-

paper to society, 9.
Voting, manner of, 342.

730.

Van Buren, George, Mrs., presented manuals

to society, 23.
Van Buren, Martin, eighth president U. S.,

U. S. Sec. State, 626; county named for,
455.
Van Buren county, organized and named,

455; pioneers, 637-645.
Vander Born, F. T., Rev., Father at St.

Mary's, East Saginaw, 515.
Vander Heyden, R., Rev., Father at Sagi-

naw, 512, 515.
Van der Meulen, C., Rev., colonized Zee-

land, 208, 209.
Van den Luyster, J., led Dutch colony, 209.
Van Deusen, Edwin Holmes, Dr., bio-

graphy by Bishop McCormick, 36, 728-
731; charities of, 729, 730; in charge

Kalamazoo Asylum, 729; tributes to,
Van Deusen, Edwin Holmes, Mrs., (Cynthia

A. Wendover) 728; gifts to public, 729,
730.
Van Deusen, Robert Thompson, 729.
Van Dyke, Henry, Dr., named American

disease, 730.
Van Dyke, James A., sketch, 273.
Van Dyke, James A., Mrs., (Elizabeth

Desnoyers) 273.
Van Nest, Abraham A., pioneer Howell, 187,

188, 190.
Van Nest, Christopher, pioneer Howell, 191.
Varnum, Richard S., 703.
Van Paemmel, Edward, Rev., Father, 512,

515.
Van Raalte, (Newlighter) Albertus Chris-

tian, Dr., 207-209; settlement in Iowa,
211; sketch, 205-207; took colony to

America, 206.
Van Raalte, A. C., Mrs., tribute to, 208.
Van Rensselaer, Stephen, 143.
Van Tyne, Claude H., U. M. prof., paper on

History, 148-153.
Vases, loaned society, 10; presented by

Mrs. Reiley, 9.
Vaudreuil, Cavagnal de Pierre Francois de

Rigaud, Marquis, 85.
Veeder, George, 163.
Vermillion river, 468 see Manistee.
Vermont University, barred women, 172.
Verwyst, Chrysostom, 0. S. M., Rev., 456,

463, 467, 468, 471, 473, 477, 510, 511, 521.
Vice presidents, society elected, 4, 18.
Villages deserted, Singapore, 161; Pier

Cove, 161, 162; Port Sheldon, 61, 602;
Indian description, 319, 320; number in
Michigan, 1810, 540.
Visger, Jacob, legislator 1799, 342.
Visit to the Home of Cadillac, paper C. M.

Burton, 105-111.
Vistula, former name Toledo, 499.
Vitry, Angilique, (Mrs. Francis Bissonette)

502.
Vitry, Catherine, (Mrs. Etienne Bissonette)

502.
Viszoczky, (Viszoczki) Andrew, Rev., Hun-

Wabassee, Potawatomie chief, 466.
Wabassee, Indian name for Kalkaska

county, 466.
Wab she gun, Indian, 61, 63.
Wab win de go, Indian chief, 60.
Waddell, A, D., Howell pioneer, 178.
Waddell, Samuel, pioneer Howell, 180, 188;

first death in Howell, 178.
Wade, John P., quoted on Singapore, 159,

160.
Wade, John P., Mrs., heroism, 162.
Wadsworth, James, 163.
Wages, (salary) amount in wheat, 3; early

ministers, 183; early professors, 529, 532;
employes society, 25; Methodist circuit
riders, 688; pioneer, 3; pioneer post-
masters, 482.
Waite, Minnie B., Indian and Pioneer Life,

318-321.
Wakeland, Thomas, Rev., Methodist cir-

cuit rider, 182.
Wakefield, George, pioneer Howell, 192.
Wakefield, Robert, pioneer Howell, 192.
Walcott, C, D., 726.
Waldo, —, postmaster Kalamazoo, 33.
Waldo, Dwight Bryant, president Western

Normal, 40.
Waldron, Benjamin, pioneer Howell, 193.
Waldron, John H., 676.
Walker, Charles I., portrait of presented

society, 24.
Walker, Charles M., capt., 489; letter from

Gen. Shafter, 489-491; sketch, 489.
Walker, Mary Hinsdale, 172.
Walker, Robert J., Sec. Treas, U. S., quoted,

613, 614.
Wallace, William, Sir., 84.
Wallaceburg, origin of name, platted by

McCallum, 84.
Wallet, leather, presented society, 23.
Walloon Lake, called Muckwa or Bear, 648.
Walter, C. E., gifts to museum, 54.
Walter, Robert E., senator, member so-

ciety, 52.
Waltz. Philemon, 432.
Walz, Samuel, Three Rivers pioneer, 418,

423, 424, 432.
Wap pi zik, Indian funeral, 38.
War, 1812, retarded emigration, 545; Eng-

land against France, 80; patriot, sketch

of cited, 101.
Ward, Alanson, Warsaw, N. Y., 737.
Ward, Delia L., (Mrs. Frederick Mortimer

Cowles) 737.
Ward, Eber, sr., pioneer trader, 581; ap-

pointed lighthouse keeper, 586.
Ward, Eber, jr., 582; richest man in Mich.,

sketch, will contest, 587.
Ward, Eber, Mrs., (Sally Potter) 581.

Ward, Emily, “Aunt" children aided, 588,

589; conducted school, 587; paper by
Mrs. Jones, 543, 581-589; picture given
society, 5, 9, 581; reception to, 589;
residence, 588; stories told by (Grand-

mother) 582-586.
Ward, Minnie, (Mrs. John C. Patterson)

717.
Ward, Olive Perkins, (Mrs. Alanson) 737.
Ward, Samuel, capt. on lakes, 584; sketch

cited, 581.
Ward family, extinct in Marine City, 588.
Ware, H, J., Mrs., sampler presented so-

ciety, 23.
Warehouses, uses of, 328.
Warfare, early methods, 326, 327.
Warner, Fred M., ex-governor, 18, 46, 681;

elected vice president society, 48; me-
moir of father, 22, 44, 731-733; reception

to, 47,
Warner, Fred M., Mrs., 18.
Warner, Henry, 423.
Warner, Mary E., Mrs., (Lansing) death

reported, 43, 53.
Warner, P. Dean, biography by ex-gov.

Warner, 43, 44, 731-733; death reported,

22; offices held, 732, 733.
Warner, P. Dean, Mrs., (Rhoda Elizabeth

Botsford) death reported, 733.
Warner, Sally, (Mrs. Seth A. L.) 731.
Warner, Seth A. L., 731.
Warner, Wareham, 214; sketch, 213.
Warner, Wareham, Mrs., (Cynthia Adams)

213.

142, 417, 642, 656; made treaty with

Indians, 444.
Wayne county, contained two-thirds popu-

lation Michigan, 593; extent, 445, 573;
organized, 444-446, 568, 569; population
1830, 456, 593; reestablished, 445; settle-
ment of, 568, 569.
Weather, April snow, 3.
Weatherbee, 430 see Wetherbee.
Weaver, Don., 734.
Weaver, F. A., Dr., 734,
Weaver, Frank A., Mrs., memoir, 734.
Weaver, Hal C., prof. U. of M., 734.
Weaver, William, Michigan pioneer, 487.
Webb, H. Amelia, Mrs., stories, 666, 675.
Webb, R. H., 434.
Webber, Betsey, Mrs., one of four Munroe

sisters at meeting, 43.
Weber, Indian for Weaver, 488.
Webster, Aaron, named Auburn, Mich., 344.
Webster, Daniel, statesman, 123, 126.
Weed, Elisha, Casco pioneer, 162.
Weeden, Stephen R., 432.
Weikamp, J. R., Rev., Father at Cross Vil-

lage, 514,
Weinman, Adolph Alexander, designed

Maybury statue, 716.
Weissert, Charles A., paper, 654-672.
Welles, (Wells) Edward R., Right Rev.,

bishop Wisconsin, 699.
Wells, Ansel, pioneer Howell, 194.
Wells, Cyrus, Dr., Oakland county, 178.
Wells, Frederick L., death recorded, 348;

married Hariette Hyde, 348.
Wells, Frederick L., Mrs. (Hariette Hyde),

347, 348; paper on Hyde family, 5, 343-

350.
Wells, Orrin J., pioneer Howell, 193.
Wells, William L., Dr., 179.
Welper, 426 see Whelper.
Wendat, 463 see Huron.
Wendover, Cynthia A., (Mrs. Edwin Holmes

Van Deusen) 728.
Werstein & Halladay, 281.
Wesson, William, Brigham, pupil U, of M.,

1841, 530.
West, Ebenezer, pioneer Howell, 189;

death recorded, 186.
West, Matthew, pioneer Howell, 189; death

recorded, 186.
West, Thirza, Mrs., (Thirza M. Hart) 530.
Westcott, Allen, story, 418, 421, 422;

veteran civil war, 421.
Western Boundary Michigan, cited, 163.
Western Chronicle, first paper in Three

Rivers, 426.
Westlake, Eli, Rev., 182..
Weston, Allen C., stage driver, 179.
Weston, Frank B., postmaster Three Rivers,

427.
Wetherbee, (Weatherbee) Asa, built first

bridge Three Rivers, 428, 430.
We we gen deby, first Chippewa settler

Grand Traverse, 318, 319.
Wexford, formerly Kautawabet county,

origin of name, 469.

Warren, -, quoted, 454.
Warren, Abel, Rev., Methodist, 688.
Warren, F. W., Rev., sketch, 182.
Warren, Joseph, editor Detroit Tribune,

271.
Warren, Joseph, Dr., Boston, 271.
Warren, Mary, (Mrs. R. C. Crawford) 688.
Warren, Reuben, pioneer Howell, 192,
Wasey, George, protege Aunt Emily Ward,

588.
Washington, George, gen., first president

U. S., 28, 48, 49, 135, 214, 417, 613.
Washington county, named and discarded,

474, 475, 477.
Washington, name proposed for Hillsdale

county, 455.
Washtenaw county, organized and named,

452-454; population 1830, 456.
Washtenong, Indian name for Grand River,

64, 453.
Wassenger, John, pioneer Howell, 192.
Waterline, Michigan, 164.
Waterman, ---, Miss, Howell teacher, 181.
Waters, Wenona Austin Gregory, Mrs.,

member society, 7.
Watkins, John J., sustained Mullett's

claims to invention compass, 117.
Watson, -, Mrs., Grand Rapids, 102.
Watson, Harriet L., (Mrs. John S. Horner)

183, 624.
Watson, John T., pioneer Howell, 183, 189.
Wayne, Anthony, (Mad Anthony) gen.,

Whaley, Alice, 525.
Whaley, C. E., gave boulder to Adrian, 491.
Whaley, Francis, 525.
Wharton, -, historical collection cited, 131.
Wheat, in Three Rivers 1848, 423; price, 3,

423, 644.
Wheeler, Challenge, miller, Three Rivers,

437.
Wheeler, Challenge, Mrs., 437.
Wheeler, C. P., capt., Spanish war, 429.
Wheeler, Gardner, Dr., first in Howell, 178.
Wheeler, John, 437.
Whelper, Jim, injured by cannon, 429.
Whelper, (Welper) N. B., Dr., Three Rivers

editor, 426, 429.
Whigs, joined Republicans, 273.
Whipple, Almon, pioneer Howell, 179, 189;

sketch, 187.
Whipple, Charles W., judge, 273.
Whipple, Frederic C., sketch, 180, 188.
White, Andrew D., U. of M. professor, 231.
White, -, Miss (Mrs. Isaac Dickery), first

bride Kalamazoo, 34.
White, A. S., sent clippings newspapers, 54.
White, Charles G., 700, 703.
White, Charles G., Mrs., (Harriet Grosve-

nor) 700.
White, Harriet, Mrs., 702, 703.
White, James, Howell pioneer, 178, 189.
White, Luke, Ottawa pioneer, 97.
White, 0. D., Rev., 182.
White, Oliver S., 700, 703.
White, Peter, Hon., 1, 13, 27, 201, 476, 709;

asked for Tanner story, 196; death re-
ported, 85; first visit to Soo, 199; member
Mackinac Park Commission, 89; paper,
Old Fort Holmes, and Fort Michilimacki-
nac, 85-92; portrait given society, 1;

work on Western boundary, 165, 167
White Canons, 516 see Premonstratensian.
“White Pigeon," brochure presented so-

ciety, 9.
White Rock, landmark, 445, 446.
Whites, scalped victims, 337.
Whiteley, Harry H., gave memoir of father,

734-736.
Whiteley, Henry, death reported, 22;

memoir, 734-736.
Whiteley, Henry, Mrs., (Lulu Piper) 735.
Whiting, Henry, major, member Detroit

historical society, 30; poem cited, 453.
Whitman, Marcus, saved Oregon, 308.
Whitman, --, Wexford pioneer, 308; song.

by, 309.
Whitney, Joseph, Rev., prof. U. of M., 529.
Whittemore, E. L., 525.
Wickham, John, 654.
Wiemar, -, pioneer tailor Kalamazoo, 34.
Wilber, Charles, 179.
Wilcox, -, Howell attorney, 180.
Wilcox, —, Miss, teacher Kalamazoo Col-

lege, 532
Wilcox, Calvin, pioneer Howell, 193.
Wilcox, L, T., miller Three Rivers, 432, 433.
Wilcox, Lonson, 282.
Wilcox, Luther, 424.

Wilcox, Monson A., D. D., 533.
Wild Cat, banks and money, 159, 426; cur-

rency not taken for land, 33; money

wrecked bank, 102.
Wilder, Oshea, made map of Singapore, 159.
Wilder, Oshea & Co., built bank Singapore,

159, 160.
Wiles, Stephen, pioneer Howell, 194.
Wiley, W. G., Mrs., basket given museum, 9.
Wilkins, Ross, judge, 264.
Wilkinson, George W., pioneer Howell, 192.
Wilkinson, James, gen. U. S., 444.
Wilkinson, Morton C., U. S. senator Minn.,

278.
Willard, Emma Hart, Mrs., president Troy

Seminary, 171.
Willard, Isaac, postmaster Kalamazoo, 33.
Willard, Parsons, governor Indiana, 278.
Willemin, (Williman) E. R., 424.
Willetts, W. J., 434.
Willetts & Webb, 433.
Williams, –, author of travelers guide,

604, 605.
Williams, —, captain Milwaukee, killed, 161.
Williams, Albert, 272.
Williams, Alfred L., sketch, 98.
Williams, Charles, Rev., pioneer preacher,

290; licensed to preach, 309.
Williams, Charles, Hastings pioneer, 654,

656; describes Indian chiefs, 670, 671.
Williams, Charles D., bishop Michigan, 699.
Williams, Charles S., death reported, 8.
Williams, Eleazer, Rev., pretended Dau-

phin of France sketch, 626.
Williams, Eunice, Mrs., captured in Indian

massacre, 626.
Williams, George P., Rev., prof. U. of M.,

529.
Williams, John, pioneer Barry, 654; relates

story of Indian murder, 671.
Williams, John R., maj. gen. U. S. A., 481.
Williams, Lucretia, Mrs., escaped slave,

memoir, 736.
Williams, Meade C., Rev., cited, 85, 87.
Williams, Ralph, book cited, 196.
Williams, Wolcott B., Rev., 238; describes

stage coach, 650, 651.
Williams hotel, Battle Creek, 281.
Willigan, M. P., Rev., Father, 514, 515.
Willis, Henry, anti-slavery advocate, 280.
Wills, W., 181.
Willson, -, Dr., Grand Traverse pioneer,

299.
Willson, J. S., Dr., president Genesee

county His. Soc., 12, 15, 16.
Wilmot, David, father of Proviso law, de-

fined, 260, 261, 263; ignored by Gen.

Cass, 275; object to extend slavery, 244.
Wilson, Kate Miller, Mrs., gifts to museum,

54.
Wimple, Ellen Dewey, Mrs., foster child of

Deweys, 691.
Winchei, A., Prof., state geologist, 1869,

resigned, 723.
Winchester, James, U. S. gen., 287; at

battle Frenchtown, 505.

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