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Wind, translation of Kanotin, 465.

Woodward, Augustus Brevoort, judge, 632;
Windmill, built by McDougall, 80, 82.

educational work of, 237; letter to U. S.
Wing, 461 see Alcona county.

Sec. treasury cited, 632; opinion on
Wing, Austin E., 480, 506, 559, 562, 563, slavery in Michigan, 127, 128.

566, 567, 573, 574; delegate to Congress, Woodworth, Ben., hotel Detroit, 198, 446.
93; nativity, 573; took up first land Woolcott, Isaac Nelson, member society, 7.
Lenawee county, 478.

Woolson, John 0., death reported, 8.
Wing, Franklin M., Mrs., (Eulalie Julia Worthington, Sophia Beckwith, authoress
Marsac) 65.

sampler of displayed, 352.
Wing or Little Wing, Chippewa chief, 461. Wright, Mrs., (Therese Grant) 340.
Wing, Evans & Brown, 479.

Wright, D. A., pay for dictionary, 55.
Wingate, H., justice peace, 251.

Wright, C. T., imprisoned and pardoned,
Winnebagos, (Puans) called Ounipegon, 316; rented mill, 315; troubles with set-

440; trouble with in Wisconsin, 625. tlers, 315, 316.
Winns, Eaton pioneers, 677.

Wright, E. J., gave account of chairs for
Winslow, Erasmus, signed document, 100. society, 1, 2, 322-324,
Winslow, George C., 29, 30, 37, 39; member Wyandotte county, disappeared, 477.
society, 52; vote of thanks to, 41.

Wyandotte, location, 563.
Winter, E. C., promoted railroad, 493; Wyandotte, (Wendat, Hurons, Hures)
sketch, 497.

Indian tribe, origin of name, 463; Indian
Winthrop, John (Gov. Mass.), fleet came to tradition cited, 453.
America 1630, 737.

Wyckoff, Isaac C., Rev., sketch, 207.
Wisconsin, admitted to statehood, 626; ap- Wyckoff, Jane K., Mrs., death reported, 207.

pointed Horner Secretary of territory, Wyckoff, Theodore F., 207.
625; comparison historical work with Wyndham, Charles, Lord or Earl of Egre-
Michigan, 42, 152; Michigan boundary mont, British secretary state, 134.
line, 686.

Wyoming, massacre horrors of, 343.
Wisner, Charles S., judge and wife, Flint, 12.
Witherell, B. F. H., quoted, 477.

Yale, Elihu, endowed Yale college, 234.
Withey, Solomon L., Mrs., Grand Rapids, 64. Yale, George W., Mrs., (Mary Sophia Hyde)
Woll, Andrew, pioneer Howell, 192.

347.
Woll, Peter, jr., pioneer Howell, 192. Yale, Mary, 348.
Wolves, frightened settlers, 437.

Yankee Lewis, 95 see William Lewis.
Women, Indian work of, 320; name Indian Yankee Springs, metropolis Barry county,

god, 285; student, first at U. of M., 172. 652; site should be marked, 672.
Women's Christian Temperance Union, Yankee Springs hotel, 37; described, 38.
organized in Howell, 185.

Yankee Point, origin of name, 586.
Women's Clubs, see Adrian, Clinton, Isa- Yates, C., 130.

bella, Kalamazoo, Marine City, Three Yelland, Charles, pioneer Howell, 194.
Rivers.

Yeomans, Erastus, sketch cited, 98.
Wona, Mackinac Indian maid, 453.

Yerkes, Samuel M., pioneer Howell, 191.
Wood, Edwin 0., 16; member historical Yonkers, George, licensed to preach, 309;
committee, 4.

style preaching, 310.
Wood, Julia, gift to museum, 54.

Young, J. H., made map Mich., 634.
Wood, Sarel, Mr. and Mrs., 68.

Young, James, Tecumseh pioneer, 478.
Wood, Stephen, runaway slave, 282, 283.

Young, William J., made compass for Burt,
Wood, Susan, gift to museum, 54.

115.
Woodard, David of Clinton, describes early Young Boys, Minnesota desperadoes, 720.
roads, 499.

Youngs, John, built first brick house Three
Woodard, Steven C., Rev., 182.

Rivers, 428, 430.
Woodbridge, William, gov., 508, 562, 613;

Youngs, William, 649.
nativity, 573.

Zee bwa gan, 464 see Cheboygan.
Woodbury, Miss, teacher Kalamazoo

Zeeland, settlement of, 208.
college, 532

Zeisberger, David, Rev., in charge Mora-
Woodbury, Chester D., 681.

vain settlement, 446.
Woodhouse & Butler, 679.

Ziegler, G., Rev., at Traverse City, 515.
Woodruff, mills Howell, 177.

Zimmerman, Fannie, Mrs., gifts to society,
Woodruff, Charles, Three Rivers, 437.

23.
Woodruff, Whitely, pioneer Howell, 188, Zorn, P.S., Rev., Father at Harbor Springs,
189.

515, 516.
Woods, James, Mrs., (Elizabeth Grant) 340. Zug, Samuel, aided runaway slaves,' 282.

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