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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Abbott, F.H., 343, 344, 345, 346, 347
About Asleep (also Chief Ae-lah-we-moh)*, 421
Adams, Maj. Gen. E.S., 100
Adams, Louis, 213
Adams, Richard C., 343, 348
Adams, William, 124, 356
Adventures in Geyserland, about, 113, 291, 525
Ae-lah-we-moh, Chief ( About Asleep)*, 421
Agee, Mrs. John Russell (Jane), 269, 286, 295
Ahtanum Creek water controversy, 2, 185, 198, 209, 218, 237, 290, 297, 339, 345, 347, 352, 356, 370, 374, 376 [see also irrigation* and water rights* on Indian land, chiefly Yakima]
Albert, A., 234
Alcorn, Rowena L., 237, 287
Alderman, W.A., 175
Aldrich, E.B., 81
Alford, Thomas W., 158, 375, 382
Alkine, Nicholas, 148
Alkine, Sam, 148
Allen, Senator Frank J., 185, 376
Allen, Lt. Jesse K., 369
Allen, Richard*, 175, 332
Allender, S.L., 200
Alley, John N., 395
Allotment Act of 1887, 193
Alter, Jeanette C., 142
Almcotty (Almootie), 432
Ambro, Paul E., 82
American Horse, Chief, 215
American Indian Advocate (Journal), 210
"American Indian Centenary, The Proposed," 228
American Indian Defense Association, 198, 229, 371, 374, 380
American Indian Tepee, The, about, 197, 202, 361
American Indian Christian Tepee Association (Tepee Christian Mission), 361, 387
American Military History Foundation, 156, 215
American Military Institute, 285
American Tipi Society, 353
An-a-whoa (also A-na-whoa, An-a-who-ah, An-awho-ee, Black Bear, Mrs. Mary Pilkins)*, 429, 430, 436
Anderson, A.L., 331
Anderson, E.H., 200
Anderson, J.H., 403
Anderson, Katherine, 283
Andrews, C.L., 176, 195, 210, 211, 219, 268, 279
Andrews, Phillip (also Philip Andrews, Black Eagle, son of Wot-tó-len)*, 30, 56, 59, 62, 82, 95, 97, 242
Andrews, Mrs. Phillip (Adeline), 48, 59, 82, 268
Andrews, Thomas B., 120, 175
Andy, Louie (Louis) S., 372, 382
Anisworth, F.C., 140, 142, 144
Anthony, R.H., 232, 234
Anti-Carnival Bill, 411
Antwine, Sophia, 340
Arbogast, A.M.V., 147
Arbogast, Harold G., 203
Armstrong, Mary, 306
Armstrong, Ralph E., 80
Arnett, L.D., 200
Arnold, Mrs. Charles C., 241, 359
Arnold, Elizabeth L., 353
Arnold, Elta M., 32, 82, 169, 198
Arnold, Mrs. Porter, 153
Arnold, R. Ross, 32, 281
Arrow Lake Indians, 447
Arthur H. Clark Company, The, 290, 448
Asher, Cash, 241
Ashton, James M., 169, 274
Astoria Centennial Celebration*, 150, 177, 195, 430 [see also canoe race, Astoria Centennial]
Atkins, Sam, 139
Atwood, C.T., 336
Atwood, Stella M., 365
Austin, Levi F., 396
Austin, Sam, 404
Averill, H.B., 336
Avery, H.G., 265
Avery, Mary, 216
Ayatootonmi (also Mrs. Yellow Wolfe)*, 158

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Babcock, O.L., 167, 360
Bacheler, May Orrell, 222, 404
"Backwoods Warfare ," 290
Badeau, C.A., 113, 525, 571
Badger, Richard G., 234, 448
Baeder, Louis, 282
Bailey, Arthur E., 215
Bailey, E.M., 275
Bailey, Lt. Col. Harry Lee*, 88, 101, 128, 132, 145, 259, 541
Bailey, Mrs. H.L., 382
Bailey, R.G., 169, 399
Baines, Wm. 290
Baker, (__?), 518
Balch, Katharine T. (Mrs. John), 203
Ball, Emma S., 256
Ballard, F.L., 256
Ballard, Wayne, 396
Ballinger, Richard, 205, 277, 344
Ballou, Robert, 266, 358, 390
Bangs, Eleanor J., 275
Bannock Indian(s) (Bannack, Bannick, Bannuck), 61, 120, 133
country, 525
Bannock Indian War (1878), 50, 57, 122, 129, 131, 132, 133, 134, 358
Bannock, Julia, 132
Barker, Rachel B., 253
Barnard, M.C., 256
Barnhart, Albert, 26
Barrett, Charles E., 342
Barrackman, Adeline, 382
Barrows, Edward M., 213
Bartlett, L.B.D., 353
Bates, Charles H., 380
Bates, Mrs. Kate Stevens*, 232, 341
Battles, O.V., 227
Bauer, Joseph, 32, 250
Beal, M.D., 158, 194, 290, 312, 322, 509
Beall, Thomas J., 434
Bear, Pad R., 403
Bear's Paw Mountain, Battle of*, 56, 62, 73, 77, 79, 92, 96, 110, 189, 263, 292, 301, 559, 562
Beard, G.L. 255
Beattie, G.W., 136, 151, 224
Beck, A.M. 142
Beelie, Ruth C., 128
Beiter, Alfred F., 396
Belais, Mrs. Diana, 210, 338, 403, 404, 412
Bell, Elizabeth Wills, 412
Bennett, G.H., 139
Bennett, Mrs. L.C., 176, 195
Bent, X.P., 144
Berlin, A.F., 200
Bernard, Byron, 403
Bertinetti, Barney, 195, 288
Bertram, J., 122
Beste, H.H., 412
Bever, James, 169
Bibbee, Welch, 146
Big Foot (see McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil)
Big Hole*, Battle and Battlefield, 38, 40, 43, 59, 61, 71, 78, 80, 85, 103, 104, 112, 182, 188, 242, 250, 254, 274, 290, 297, 322, 329, 358, 382, 421, 520, 521, 527, 528, 555, 557, 561, 562
Billie, John, 126
Billy, Jim*, 242
Billy, John, 170, 171, 177, 179, 231, 382
Binyon, J.R., 358
Birch Creek, destruction of wagon train, 106
Bird Alighting (also Chief George Peo-peo Tholekt)*, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 42, 43, 48, 49, 54, 56, 69, 70, 77, 79, 84, 95, 99, 106, 111, 112, 158, 170, 177, 187, 188, 190, 191, 210, 211, 218, 223, 232, 236, 251, 258, 297, 341, 348, 351, 356, 378, 384, 423, 430, 545
maps and drawings by, 519, 520, 522, 529, 532, 538, 555, 556, 562
Bird, W.M., 147, 185
Birds Feeding in a Flock (also Buk-kah-it-toón, Buck-kí-a-tut, Puckya Toot, Pukulyut, Chief John Buck, Johnny, Johnnie)*, 220, 242, 278, 396, 397
Bishop, L.G., 350
Bishop, Thomas G., 230, 353
Bitten by a Grizzly Bear (also Chief John Yum-tee-bee, Yoom-tee-bee, Um-tee-bee, Um-ta-pee)*, 122, 125, 179, 180, 334, 343, 345, 346, 419, 420
Black Bear (also Mrs. Mary Pilkins, An-a-whoa, A-na-whoa, An-a-who-ah, An-awho-ee)*, 429, 430, 436
Black Eagle (also son of Wot-tó-len, Phillip Andrews, Philip Andrews)*, 30, 56, 59, 62, 82, 95, 97, 242
Blackeagle, Joseph, 32, 82, 203
Black Hawk (also Rev. Black Hawk Von Rothman), 225, 361
Blackjack, Ada, 376
Blair, E.H., 139
Blatchley, Charles, 241
Blewett, Charles, 32, 355
Blish, Mrs. H.D., 236
Bliss, Leslie E., 169, 274
Block, William H., 378
Blodgett, George W., 215
Bloch, E., 203
Bloom, Ernest J., 336
Blumenthal, Albert, 29
Boatman, Mrs. Lee, 412
Boddo, Arthur, 403
Bogy, L.A., 73
Bolin, Charles F., 232, 351, 352, 360
Bolon, Andrew J. (also Major, Special Indian Agent Bolan, Bolen, Bowlen), 122, 126, 266, 349, 382, 535
Bolon Monument*, 126, 209, 265, 349, 355, 535, 543 [see also monuments; markers for historic sites]
Bond, Augustine P., 185
Bond, Fred G., 79, 256
Bonham, Francis G., 281
Bonneville Dam, 205
Bonney, W.P., 40, 120, 124, 126, 176, 182, 189, 193, 194, 198, 208, 209, 215, 217, 219, 220, 223, 234, 238, 242, 248, 253, 268, 270, 273, 274, 286, 287, 290, 291, 296, 298, 305, 332, 337, 349, 350, 353, 356, 358, 364, 369, 372, 375, 378, 382, 396, 410, 427
Bonsted, D.H., 390
Boose, Oscar L., 403
Booth, Captain James, 218
Borah, William E., 257
Borden, G.W., 384
Border Settlers of Northwestern Virginia, The*, 1, 3, 136, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 144, 146, 147, 149, 151, 154, 178, 181, 224, 241, 318, 340, 563
Borland, William P., 380
Bounds, M., 310
Boutelle, Col. F.A., 191
Bowden, Angie Burt (Mrs. Edmund Bowden), 39, 82, 237, 241, 242, 275, 283, 288, 352,
Bowen, Col. William H.C., 56, 87
Bower, J.H., 60
Bowers, Claude G., 65
Bowles, J. Hooper, 378, 419
Boyd, Theodore, 139
Bradford Island, 205
Bradley, B.B., 404, 412
Bradley, Mrs. B.B., 402
Brady, Cyrus, 84
Brainard, Gen. D.L., 84
Brake, W.C., 138
Brandborg, G.M., 242
Breuninger, August A. (also Un-a-quah), 208
Breeze, Rita, 279
Brenner, Beth (Mrs. C. Brenner; also Po-gum-bie, Chokecherry), 30, 36, 132, 283, 288, 314
Brenner, Charles P., 36, 43
Breuninger, August A. (also Un-a-quah), 208
Brewer, Jane, 524, 526
Bridge of the Gods*, 356, 429, 430, 441
Bridges, Maj. Gen. C.H., 120
Brigg, George T., 176
Briggs, J.P., 404
Bright, A.C., 169
Brimlow, George F[rancis], 281, 288, 314, 358
Brininstool, E.A., 44, 56, 90, 158, 176, 193, 195, 211, 219, 232, 234, 237, 252, 253, 259, 260, 242, 256, 274, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282, 285, 287, 288, 290, 296, 302, 312, 314, 358
Brisbois, Mrs., 187
Brittain, Mrs. C.A., 241
Brock, Wilbur Fisk, 132, 184
Broncheau, Thomas L.*, 30, 41, 98, 189, 211, 287, 296, 438
Bronkhorst, Bert, 403
Bronson, Earl J., 77
Brooks, A.B., 169
Brooks, Bugler*, 242
Brossio, Joe, 403
Brosius S.M., 27, 159, 180, 185, 187, 189, 191, 203, 210, 232, 265, 332, 336, 337, 338, 339, 342, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 351, 352, 353, 356, 360, 361, 365, 366, 370, 375, 376, 378, 382, 384, 390, 395 [see also Indian Rights Association]
Brotherhood of North American Indians (National Organization), 188, 342, 382, 465
constitution, 345
Brown, Mrs. A.B., 387
Brown, Archie, 238
Brown, Clark A., 133
Brown, E.K., 251
Brown, Frank D., 130
Brown, Genevieve, 199
Brown, George E., 32
Brown, Grace E., 290, 291
Brown, John G., 169, 295, 314
Brown, J. Slidell, 153
Brown, Lewis L., 205
Brown, O.G., 223
Brown, Velma Handley, 195, 274, 279, 285, 290, 297, 312
Brown, W.B., 278
Brown, Walter S., 274
Brown, William Alexander, 355
Brown, Col. W.C. (Gen. William C[arey] Brown), 50, 132
Brown, William C[ompton], 158, 198, 234, 248, 256, 271, 285, 290, 312, 448
Brown, W.G., 378
Bruce, Earl, 403
Bruce, Robert, 96, 291
Bruncken, Ernest, 197
Bryan, (J.E.?), 283
Bryant, Eugene G., 241
Bryant, Frank, 214, 396
Bryant, Ruth M., 234
Buck, Charles Amos, 281
Buck, Fred E., 256
Buck, H.E., 146, 167, 210, 378
Buck, Chief John (also Johnny, Johnnie, Buck-kí-a-tut, Buk-kah-it-toón, Puckya Toot, Pukulyut, Birds Feeding in a Flock)*, 220, 242, 278, 396, 397
Buck, N.K., 338
Buck, Rex, 396
Buckhannon Record, The (West Virginia), 269
Buck-kí-a-tut (also Buk-kah-it-toón, Puckya Toot, Pukulyut, Birds Feeding in a Flock, Chief John Buck, Johnny, Johnnie)*, 220, 242, 278, 396, 397
Buena, Mrs. Frank Hardy, 403
Buffloo, Jackson (also Jackson Sundown), 177
Bundy, Lucile K., 176, 195
Burchfiel, Olive, 29
Burdette, Franklin L., 195, 319
Burdick, Usher L., 48
Burke, Charles H., 208, 227, 404
Bureau of Indian Affairs*, 118, 214, 229, 257, 339, 354, 359, 360, 374, 376, 389, 394, 404, 502, 546 [see also Indian(s), Affairs, U.S. Bureau of]
Burgess, Annie M., 358, 362, 378
Burnham, F.W., 230, 361, 387, 388
Burns, M. Bruce, 244
Byrne, P.E. 32

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Cain, Harry P., 310
Cahalan, Mrs. J., 241
Calamity Jane*, 68, 106
California Joe, 427
California Indians, 381 [see also Indians of California, Inc.]
Callahan, J.M., 153
Callaway, Llewellyn (Lew) L., 82, 84
Callender, George R., 40
Calvert, Mrs. Kate H., 203
Calvin, John, 404
Camas Meadows skirmish and raid on Howard's camp*, 84, 242, 529; map of battlefield, 529, 571
Campbell, Marion (also Marion Campbell Cole, Dr. Marion Campbell-Brave Heart), 215, 253, 283, 287, 312, 355
Campbell, N.P., 403
Campbell, V.N., 211
Campbell, W.P., 27
canoe race, Astoria Centennial*, 195 [see also Astoria Centennial Celebration*]
Canse, John M., 44, 213, 251, 278, 320, 375, 398
Canyon Creek skirmish*, 50, 69, 88, 90, 91, 106, 542
Captain, Billie (also Billie Captain Wholite, Holite, Hol-Ite, Ho-lite, Holtite)*, 121, 336, 420, 423, 432, 434
Carey, Harold, 242
Carnegie, Andrew, 205
Carpenter, Charles H., 169, 181, 224, 235, 299
Carpenter, F.D.*, 71
Carper, W.C., 139, 147
Carr, Don M., 177, 189, 227, 232, 335, 338, 339, 342, 343, 347, 353, 356, 359, 378, 382, 403, 404
Carter, Caleb, 32, 49, 210, 248, 250, 256, 265, 391
Cary, Elizabeth G. (also May-wee-peo-peo-hi-hi, Maywee-Peo-peo-Hi-hi), 185, 190, 191, 338
Cascade Indians, 424, 429, 430, 435, 436 [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives]
Case, May, 288
Catholic Indians persecuted, 350
Catlin, Lynde S., 60
Cato, Job (also Casto), 170
Cato, Samantha (Marple) (also Casto), 170
Cave, Will, 260
Caxton Printers, 9, 302, 308, 314, 317, 318, 319, 504 [see also Gipson, Gordon; Gipson, J.H.]
Cedar Valley Indian land claim, 347
Chaffee, Eugene B., 281
Chalcraft, Edwin L., 222, 404
Chapin, A.R., 248
Chapman, Arthur I.*, 66, 242
Chapman, J.L., 287
Charles, Charley H., 158, 170, 219, 245, 364, 383, 384
Charles, Homer W., 369, 382
Charley, William*, 120, 121, 124, 126, 129, 131, 154, 167, 170, 173, 175, 180, 189, 190, 193, 211, 219, 222, 287, 336, 338, 341, 347, 349, 356, 376, 383, 403, 419, 420, 427, 429, 430
Charlo, Chief Martin*, 242
Chase, E.F., 274, 314, 395
Chase, Waldo S., 241
Chautauqua lectures, 383
Chelan-Dalles Indian trail, 205, 565
Chenery, William L., 374
Cheney, Joseph C., 338, 360
Che-pos to-cos (also Ché-pos-to-cos, Shat-taw-wée/Shat-tou-wée, meaning Leader in Battle, Alex McCoy, Alec McCoy, Owl-Child)*, 187, 234, 262, 334, 429, 430, 435, 482
Cherry, E.M., 175, 341
Cherry, Mrs. Minerva, 358
Cheyenne Indians, 56, 555
Cheyenne scouts in Nez Perce War, 56
Childers, Paul W., 351, 360
Chi-mischa (Sinew Bow)*, 122
Chinook, 518
Chippewa Indians, 460
Chokecherry (also Po-gum-bie, Beth Brenner, Mrs. C. Brenner), 30, 132, 283, 288, 314
Choo-num-eth-chi*, 242
Chopunish Indians, 251
Chow-lah-pum (also Alma B.B. Walker), 27, 431
Chrisler, Mrs. E., 353
Christian sects and denominations, 44
Christopher, Arthur J., 287
Churchill, R.R., 402
Chute, George Roger, 215, 237, 268, 358, 418
Chute, H. Gordon, 418
Chute, Mrs. W.F., 252, 256
Civil War, 93
Clark, D.E., 175
Clark, John, 200
Clark, Pal, 283, 288
Clark, R.L., 418
Clark, [Capt. William], 56, 242, 251, 355 [see also Lewis and Clark Memorial; Yellow Hair]
Clark, William S., 40
Clarke, S.J., 356, 360, 378
Clarke, W.F., 122, 273
Clarke, W.S., 404
Clarke, W.W., 356, 378
Clarkson, Seth, 275
Clearwater*, 118
Clearwater crossing and fight*, 55, 101, 355, 541
Clemens, Fred W., 269
Cleland, Mable G., 241
Cleparty, Alva,170, 192, 423, 431 [see also legends and tales; poems and songs]
Cleveland, Annie, 219
Cleveland, Ruth, 211
Clifford, F.J., 234
Clopton, Addie Wesley, 186
Clore, Mabel S., 307, 308, 309, 317, 318
Clovis, May Case, 290
Cobb, William H., 153, 200
Coburn, A.C., 211, 236
Coburn, H.S., 82
Coey, J.M., 403
Coffin, Arthur, 167
Coffin, H. Stanley, 167
Coffman, N.B., 219, 270, 297, 310
Cogewea, 241, 356, 421, 444, 447 [see also Mourning Dove]
Cokely, Lawrence, 218, 224
Cole, Marion Campbell (also Dr. Marion Campbell-Brave Heart, Marion Campbell), 215, 253, 283, 287, 312
Cole, W.H., 197
Collett, Frederick C., 235, 296, 337, 381
Collier, John (also Father Collier), 36, 94, 158, 215, 229, 252, 253, 287, 296, 352, 358, 369, 370, 374, 380, 389, 394, 395, 396
Colo, F.J., 403
Colson, H.E., 363
Columbia River* power, 374
Colvig, William M., 377
Colwash, Chief Jobe Charley (also Ye-mow-wit), 430, 524
Come-down, George (also Eagle Making a Roar, Roaring Eagle)*, 28
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Annual Report, 1878, 132
Conaway, Ora (Mrs. W. (St.?) Conaway), 169
Condie, Robert (Bob) W., 43, 78, 82, 561
Condit, L.R.A., 297, 382
Condon, J., 531
Conley, Frank, 209, 242
Conley, James, 270
Connelley, William E.*, 138, 142, 143, 145, 149, 167, 169, 171, 175, 181, 185, 200, 204, 208, 211, 218, 234, 348, 382, 383, 570
Connolly, Vera L., 248, 380, 492
Continued Crime Against the Yakimas, The*, 2, 241, 349
Cook, C. Donne, 154
Cook, Harl J., 227, 248, 353, 403, 448
Cook, Roy B., 142, 152, 177, 184
Coolidge, Calvin*, 229, 376
Cooper, C.A., 203
Cooper, W.C., 148
Coot-ahy-ah, Shaw-aw-way, 336
Cornelison, J.M., 158
Cornelius, Evelyn, 292
Cottonwood (Creek), Idaho, fighting at*, 32, 46, 55, 106, 523
Cottrell*, Mary Narby, 43, 78, 198
Coulter, Ernest K., 227
Covey, Mrs. G.H., 412
Cow Creek raid*, 109
Cowan, Charles F., 102
Cowan, Mrs. Emma J., 102
Cowan, Mrs. George F., 84, 102
Cowan, James, 403
Cowan party, 27, 102
"Coyote" (also Its-i-yí-yi, Its-I-Yi-I), 47, 123, 124, 297, 354, 419, 420, 429, 430, 432, 433, 435, 438, 440, 441 [see also "Coyote Stories"; legends and tales; Mourning Dove, legends]
Coyote Stories*, MS 285, 440,441, 447; with "Just Why" (introduction), dedicatory, notes, 440 [see also legends and tales; Mourning Dove, legends; "Okanogan Sweat House, The"]
Craig, David, 403
Craig, Joseph, 342, 345
Cram, Mrs. George F., 213
Crary, Harold, 384
Craven, Richard C., 227, 403
Crawford, H.F., 357
Crawford, Isabel, 175, 200
Crawford, Jack, 331
Crawford, J.P., 357
Crawford, Mary M., 120, 438
Crawford, Col. William, 570
Crime Against the Yakimas, The*, about, 167, 175, 200, 202, 205, 248, 342, 349
cover sketches, 516
Crocker, H.S., 200
Crook, Gen. [George], 51, 106, 329
Crosno, H.B.,403
Cross, Silas, 176
Crow, Tom* 232, 351
Crow Indians*, 34, 69, 90, 106
Crown R.B., 228
Cucuel, E.E., 241
Cull, Milda P., 274
Cullen, Capt. John W., 81, 167, 194
Cullen, Mrs. John W., 194
Cummings, Florence L., 345
Cummings, H.H., 403
Cundy, Harold J., 215, 253, 291, 296
Cunningham, Fred J., 227
Cunningham, Linnie Brake, 145, 167
Cunningham, W.R., 341
Curry G.L., 50
Curry, Ora D., 288
Curtis, Asahel, 213
Curtis, Edward S., 51
Custer Battlefield* National Cemetery, 237
Custer, [Gen. George Armstrong], 40, 135, 262, 280, 435, 476
Custer's last stand* 40, 262, 435, 476
Cutler, A.B., 404
Cutright, Connie E., 145
Cutright, W.B., 138

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Dagenett, Charles E., 382
Daily Citizen, The, 332
Dalles Daily Chronicle, The, 468
Dalton, Mrs. Emil, 403
Dam, Everett S., 175, 238, 349, 356
"Data about Fort Simcoe ," 199 [see also Fort Simcoe*]
Davenport, J.L., 129, 140
Davidson, Jean C. (Mrs. J.B.), 194, 229, 399
Davis, A.C., 227
Davis, Arthur A., 404
Davis, Charles D., 410
Davis, Florence H., 262
Davis, H.C., 404
Davis, Innis C., 358
Davis, J.H., 412
Davis, J.T., 200
Davis, John W., 342
Davis, Mattie, 403, 404
Davis, Richard, 29
Day, Cash, 60
Defenbach, Byron, 82, 270, 312
De Hurst, M., 139, 158, 200
Deisher, W.M., 241
Delaeter, L.,241
Democratic National Committee, 390
Denham, J.P., 404
DePue Frank A., 275, 287
De Smet, Father Peter [Pierre] Jean, 127
Detweler, H.E., 39
Deutsch, Herman J., 237, 274, 290, 291, 292, 299, 306, 314
De Witt, William A., 283
Dial, Kate M., 362
Dick, E., 334
Dick, Louie, 288
Dickson, Charles H., 338
Dictionary fragment, Yakima and Nez Perce, 121, 123
Dietz, C.E., 296
Dietz, Chas. W., 100
Dill, C.C., 210, 215, 248, 391
Dillon Daily Tribune, The, 509
Dillon, Fannie Charles, 176, 198, 210, 274, 287, 301, 421
Discards, The*, about, 167
"Discovery Days in the Northeast [sic] Pacific," 320
Doane, Lt., 65
Dockery, Eva Hunt, 82, 265
Dodrill, W.C., 153, 340
Donaldson, Mrs. L.E., 392
Donaldson, Willie, 392
Doney, Carl G., 169
Donnelly, Frank P., 290
Doran, Mrs. W.S., 227
Dorrington, L.A., 369
Dorsey, H.W.,184
Doty, Boyd P., 376
Douglas, Georgia F., 402
Douglas, Mrs. John F.,403
Douglas, M.H., 260
Douglas, William O., 194
Dowling, Calista M., 175, 218, 545, 563
Doyle, Frank, 403
Draper MS, 25, 136, 138, 146
Draper, Glessner, 287
Draper, Stanley, 287
drawings, 516, 517, 518, 519, 522, 523, 524, 526, 534, 536, 537, 538, 539, 545, 548, 555, 556, 562, 563, 566, 569 [see also Indian(s), drawings; maps; posters]
Dreamer* religion, 40, 44, 135, 193, 199, 216, 358, 421, 422 [see also Hedge, Grace Boles; Yakima Indian(s), Dreamer religion]
Drury, Clifford Merrill, 159, 237, 251, 290, 301, 305, 314
Dryden, Dave, 261
Dunbar, Mrs. John H., 239
Duncan, F.A., 453
Dunn, A.D., 227
Dunn, Duncan, 403
Dunn, J.M., 403
Dunn J.P., 200
Dunning, Nellie H., 403, 404
Dwight, Ben, 389
Dustin, Fred, 100, 278, 314
Dyer, Philena, 175

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Eagle Head (also Head Feathers, Hosius Wap-tus, James Reuben)*, 105
Eagle Making a Roar (also Roaring Eagle, George Come-down)*, 28
Eakin, Robert S., 184
Ealy, J.W., 358
Early Klickitat Valley Days, 266
Earth-blanket (also Wat-tes Kun-nin), 104
East, Adam H., 274
Eastern Washington State Historical Society, 203, 234, 290
Eastland, Augusta, 169
Eastman, Verna, 291, 292
Eaton, Capt. Charles, 427 [see also Leshhi]
Eaton, George P., 403, 404
Eberhardt, L.V., 124, 217, 301
Eckenrode, H.J., 148
Eddards, Clare S., 252
Edwards, John M.*, 131, 242
Egan, Chief, 50, 132, 133
Eggleston, A.A., 235, 250
E-hah-tween, 420
E-Lah-Weh-Moh (also Eh-Loh-Weh-Moh)*, 28
Eliot, Samuel A., 359, 360
Elliot, Fred, 403
Elliot, Stuart H., 214, 359
Elliott, T.C., 126, 132, 159, 237, 244, 314
Ellison, R.S., 198, 314
Elofson, Harry, 263
Emmert, J.W., 36
Englebright, Harry L., 235
Englehart, (Ira ?) P., 339
Engles, Frank J., 169, 193, 285, 314
Eskimos and reindeer*, 195
Estep, Evan W., 203, 223, 227, 229, 234, 236, 248, 354, 369, 390, 392, 401, 405, 416
Et-wa-mish, John ("No Stink")*, 125, 419, 420
Evans, H. Clay, 142
Evans, George W., 403
Evans, James H., 330
Evans, Mrs. James H., 330
Evans, Joe, 219
Evans, Mrs. Joe, 219
Everts, Prof. and Mrs. Fred, 361, 381

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Fadden, Raymond, 241, 274
(F.A.F.?), 355 [see also poems and songs]
Fagrie, Philip T., 82
Fahringer, Dessie, 244
(Fahringer?), Viola, 244
Farnum, J.L., 144, 159
Farrar, Lt. William T. (also Farrow, Farror), 132
Farrar, Victor J., 213
Farrer, Charles M., 227
Faulkner, J.A., 290
Fautron, J.H., 404
Fechter, O.A., 189
Fee, Chester A., 169, 299
Feighner, N.W., 182
Ferguson, E.H., 219
Ferguson, Mrs. L.V., 29
Ferrel, Lloyd B., 200
Ferrell, Thomas, 84
Ferris, Joel E., 220, 283
Ferris, Mabel A. (also Mabel Ferris Keedick, Mrs. Lee Keedick), 158, 162, 228
Ferris, S.E., 185
Ferry Museum, 233
Field, Charles C., 241
Fieldhouse, Pat, 286
"Field History," 39, 44, 68, 81, 85, 97, 113, 293, 294, 295, 297 [see also Nez Perce history ("Field History"); Hear Me, My Chiefs!]
Filloon, Inez (Mrs. J.M.), 126, 232, 353
Findley, A.B., 32, 57
Finn, Lloyd A., 248
First Red Feather of the Wing (also Ha-wow-no Ilp-ilp)*, 32
Fisher, Don C., 40, 155
Fisher, Capt. Stanton Gilbert*, 242
Fisher, Walter L., 336, 344, 345
Fitch, C.W., 158, 211, 237, 290
Fitch, Florence G., 319
Fitzgerald, Maurice, 48, 94, 133, 248
Flathead Indian "outrage," 380
Flatheads, grievances, 349
Flatheads*, and Joseph*, 32
Fletcher, Lt. Col. R.H., 96
Flinn, Rev. Father John J., 511
Flint, A.L., 185
Flores, Mrs. L., 412
flu pandemic, 431
Fogg, P.M., 203, 248, 375
Foreman, Rose, 200
Forrest, Earle R., 43, 242
Forster, Rudolph, 227
Fort "Fizzle*," 101
Fort Simcoe*, 120, 189, 199, 238, 265, 333, 334, 341, 342, 365, 369, 372, 377, 462, 473 [see also "Data about Fort Simcoe "]
Fossett, Barbara, 190, 337
Foster Battlefield*, 242
Foster, Chapin, D., 194, 289, 290, 312, 352
Foster, Freling, 294
Fouch, Mrs. Altha, 274, 281
Fox, Roy C., 376
Francis, C.B., 191
Francis, Mrs. C.W., 314
Francis, Jr., John, 336
Frank, John, 44
Frazier, Lynn J., 67, 265, 330, 380
Frear, James A., 369
Fredlund, Ed, 73, 242
Freeman, Dan, 60
Frisbie, Calvin, 412
Frontier, The, 260
Frontier, writing about, 257
"Friend of the Indian, A," 380 [see also Roosevelt, Franklin D.]
(Fuld?), Joseph W., 237
Fuld, Mrs. Joseph W., 184, 193, 241, 287
Fuller, George W., 48, 58, 248
Fulton, H.R., 516
Furry, C.M., 162

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Gallagher, Phil H., 195
Galler, Catherine, Cristal (also Mrs. Fred Galler, Cristal McLeod, Mourning Dove, Morning Dove, Hum-Is Hu-Ma)*, 241, 285, 356, 382, 419, 432, 433, 440-450 [see also Mourning Dove, legends]
Galler, Fred, 448
Galloway, W.A., 224
Ganado Mission to the Navajos, 380
Gandee, J.S., 138, 139, 141
Garcia, Andrew*, 36, 42, 88, 91, 103, 158, 176, 242, 255, 279, 569
Gardner, Grace Christianson, 176, 211, 268, 287, 293, 312, 376
Garland, Mrs. R.H., 167
Garner, Mrs. George, 124, 209, 219, 274, 338
Garrecht, Francis A., 182
Gates, Charles M., 82
Gates, Merrill E., 344, 347
Gay, Hazel, 283
Geary, Edward R., 33
Gehlen, Mrs. R.F., 430
General of the Army, Annual Report, 1876, excerpts, 51, 132
General of the Army, Annual Report, 1877, excerpts, 35, 108
General of the Army, Annual Report, 1878, excerpts, 36, 71
"Geological, Tribal, and Historical Monuments*," 240 [see also Washington state, monuments]
George, Frank, 270, 287, 312
Gibbon, Col. John (also Brigadier-General)*, 43, 61, 108, 264
Gibson, Charles B.,193
Gibson, E.W.,162
Gibson, Jewel L., 198
Giffin, Beatrice Arnold, 268
Gilbert, H.M., 334, 335, 336
Gilbert, Harold B., 339
Gilbertson, G.H., 270
Gill, John K., 184
Gillet, Victoria, 261
Gipson, Gordon, 308, 317, 318, 319 [see also Caxton Printers]
Gipson, J.H., 302, 307, 308, 309, 314, 317, 318, 319 [see also Caxton Printers]
Glasgow, Miss, 203
Glavis, Louis R., 27, 81, 330
Glerke, Mrs., 403
Goerner, Paul, 404
Goff, R.M., 363
Golden, Susan, 94
Goldin, Mrs. Theodore, 90
Goldin, Theodore W.*, 69, 90, 100, 106
Gooch, Robert C., 283
Goodfellow, John C., 169
Goodwin*, F.M., 354
Gordon, D.J., 200
Gordon, J.H., 404
Goudy, Jim, 432
Goudy, Simon*, 127, 158, 162, 173, 179, 189, 190, 196, 205, 214, 219, 291, 336, 338, 346, 342, 347, 348, 356, 358, 359, 360, 403, 404, 412, 419, 420, 424, 429, 430, 431, 432, 436, 565
Grad, Dr. Hermann, 241
Graham, F.W., 77
Graham, Robert M., 369
Grant, J.W., 404
Grant, U[lysses] S., 44, 205
Graves, Carroll B., 186, 210, 332, 347
Gray, Mrs. Grace (James T.), 264
Gray, Robert, 398
Green, Leon D., 185
Green, O.J., 348
Greenberg, D.W., 248
Greene, E.D., 372
Greene, Mrs. Fred Remington, 372
Greene, Mrs. H.H., 200
Grier, Mrs. Etheliape S., 404
Griffin, Alicia, 297
Griffin, A.P.C., 146
Griffin, Arthur E., 128
Griffin, Beatrice Arnold, 268
Griffin, Gertrude A., 297
Griffin, James, 73, 77, 193
Griggs, Mrs. Herbert (Elvira), 213, 273, 450
Griggs, Herbert S., 213
Grill, Louis F., 82, 158
Grim, C.R., 205
Grinnell, George Bird, 56
Grorud, A.A., 332
Gross, Maj. F.A., 9, 279, 290, 312, 331
(Grunn?), Emma, 403
Gudley, Marion E., 294
Guie, H. Dean, 51, 159, 194, 210, 248, 292, 330, 400, 440, 450
"Guns and Gunfighters," 494

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Ha-a-ko-wa-a (also Ha-a-ko-a-wa, Martha Groves McKelvie, Martha Frances McKelvie, Mrs. Sam R. McKelvie), 169, 176, 187, 192, 203, 219, 225, 239, 265, 278, 285, 288, 382, 448
Haasze, E.J., 404
Hackedorn, H., 314
Hacker, A.R., 147, 200
Hacker, J.T.*, 138
Hacker, L.C., 147
Hacker, W.G., 137, 138, 147
Hagen, Olaf T., 372
Hagerman, (Herbert?) E., 227, 412
Hagie, F.O., 27, 213, 265, 273
Hagmann, Merle, 317
Haigh, Bertha, 241
Haines, Francis, 283, 314
Haines, Guy, 352
Haines, Margoria M., 278
Hale, Charles, 353
Half-Moon, Otis, 115
Halish Hosat (see McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil)
Hall, F.S., 82, 189, 270, 290, 399
Hall, Gilman, 241
Hall, John Strange, 138, 139, 146, 147, 159
Hall, Mamie, 139
Hall, Mary S., 138
Hall, May L., 402
Haller, Maj., 122
Halsey, Anna Mckee, 301
Hamilton, W.F. (also Man Elk), 203, 210, 214, 229, 234, 237, 252, 384
Hamlin, H., 94
Hamrick, Eli "Rimfire," 122
Hana, (W.C.?), 185
Hancock, J.W., 136
Hanley, John H., 418
Hanley, Pvt., 130
Hansen, C., 275
Hansen, Emma, 275
Hansen, George W., 260
Hansen, K.H., 184
Hansen, Ralph H., 242
Hanson, Mrs., 404
Harader, J.A., 58
Hardman, Paul, 145
Hardwick, Lily Norling, 195, 211, 241, 251, 283, 376
Hardy Buena, Mrs. Frank, 403
Harmer, Harvey W., 288
Harne, Mary E., 402, 412
Harper, Allan G., 358
Harris, J.M., 404
Harris, Ruth, 169, 257
Harrison, Bess E., 312
Harrison, Perry, 402
Harrison, Max, 32
Harrison, S.J., 403
Hart, A.E., 418
Hart, Eugene D., 281
Hart, Louis F., 353
Hart, Thomas*, 26
Hart, William S., 498
Harvey, Benjamin L., 378
Hascall, C., 401, 402, 403, 404
Haskin, Frederic J., 244
Hathaway, Ella C., 260
Hathaway, R., 182
Hauke, C.F., 338, 339, 343, 346, 347
Haupt, Hope Elizabeth, 360
Haupt, Mrs. S.A., 360
Hausze, E.J., 404
Haven, Mrs. A.M., 175, 186
Hawkins, Adelia, 40, 248
Hawkins, Mrs. Ora B., 60, 82, 281, 319
Ha-wow-no Ilp-ilp (also First Red Feather of the Wing)*, 32
Hayden, Horace Edwin, 200, 206
Haydon, F. Stansbury, 251
Haymond, Henry, 142, 144, 146, 171, 204
"Haynes Cave," 137
Hays, John W., 175, 338
Hays, W.H., 275
Hazen, Nathan, 43, 364
Hazen, W. Babcock, 135
Head Feathers ( also Eagle Head, Hosius Wap-tus, James Reuben, 105
Hear Me, My Chiefs!, rough draft MS, 11-24, 96, 97, 118, 263, 328, 564 [see also Nez Perce history ("Field History")]
Heaton, David, 71
(Heaton?), J.W.,147
Heaton, William D., 128
Heavner, Clara Du Mont (Mrs. Clark W.), 146, 186
Heavner, E. Reger, 147, 148, 171
Heavner, Gideon M., 138, 147
Heavner, Jacob W., 171
Heavner, Mrs. Jacob W., 138, 147
Heavner, Lee Reger, 147
Heberd, Grace Raymond, 172
Hedge, Grace Boles, 44, 215, 232, 237, 253, 261, 274, 286, 288, 290, 294, 301[see also Dreamer* religion; Yakima Indian(s), Dreamer religion]
Hedges, H.H., 40, 257
Hedges, W.A., 257
Hefner, Victoria, 145
Hegnauer, Leonard, 378
Heilman, L.H., 177
Hein-mot-Hi-Hi*, 210
Helping Another (also Pe-nah-we-non-mi, Mrs. Shot-in-Head, Mrs. Shot-in-the-Head, Its-kum-che-lí-li)*, 38, 43, 274
Hembree, Capt. A.J.* (also Hambree), 124, 209, 217
He-mene Mox-mox (also Yellow Wolf, Yellow Wolfe, White Thunder)*, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 41, 43, 46, 60, 62, 66, 82, 84, 98, 115, 119, 120, 158, 173, 180, 184, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 194, 210, 211, 218, 223, 232, 242, 244, 253, 258, 267, 274, 288, 312, 331, 336, 338, 341, 348, 351, 378, 382, 394, 430, 438, 520, 548 [see also Yellow Wolf, His Own Story]
He-mene Ká-wan (see McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil)
Henderson, Albert, 546
Henderson, Floyd A., 43, 80, 358, 527, 528, 561
Henderson, H.L., 177
Henny, D.C., 336
Henry, W.A., 65
Herrick John, 268, 270
Heye George G., 167, 234, 350
Heyoom Teyat-kekt (also Mrs. Chief White Bird), 53
He-yoom-yum-mí (also Woman Grizzlybear), 44
Hickman, Fred, 275
Hickman, M.L., 200
Hiestand, Elizabeth F.G., 145
High, Fred, 228
Highland, Scotland G., 256, 283
Hilger, David, 251
Hill, B., 287
Hill, Edith R., 162
Hill, Knute, 396
Hill, Tom, 422
Hillain, J.R., 330
Hiller, A.D., 142
Hilmick, Clark W., 147
Hilts, Douglas, 241
Himes, George H., 29, 128, 175, 184, 203, 209, 292, 337, 353, 356, 378, 389, 431
Himrod, James Lattimore, 228
Hineman, Mrs. M.S., 176, 275, 418
Hinrichs, Mable Woods (Mrs. Frederick B.), 214
Hinzman, D.B., 148
Hirschy, Flora, 36, 40, 42, 78, 82, 211, 237, 248, 312
Hiscock, Max, 358
Histo*, 129, 191
"Historic," 427 [see also McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, writings and publishing]
historic markers and monuments*, 159, 177, 184, 193, 195, 209, 216*, 217, 239, 240, 242*, 244, 250, 271, 337, 349, 352, 355*, 356, 378, 393, 473, 487, 543 [see also markers for historic sites; monuments; memorials; mementos]
Hitchcock, E.A., 336
Hitchman, Lucia Jane, 358
Hitchman, Robert, 122, 332, 358
"H.L.," 290 [see also Arthur H. Clark Company, The]
Hodge, F.W., 27, 178
Holden, Glen R., 224
Ho-lite (also Billie Captain Wholite, Holite, Hol-Ite, Holtite)*, 121, 336, 420, 423, 432, 434
Holland, President E.O., 113, 118, 164, 306, 331
Hollow Horn Bear, 536 [see also Indian(s), drawings; drawings]
Holmes, Col. H.E., 259
Holmes, W.D., 137, 145, 178, 332, 374
Holmes, William H., 102, 145, 159 181, 189
Holt, L.M., 339, 351, 358, 360
Holton, R.N.,404
Honig, L.O., 169
Honstead, John, 208
Hoover, Sallie W.P., 153
Horne, J.G., 228
Horne, Mary E., 412
Hornell, 197
Horner, Henry, 254
Horner, J. Harley, 40, 43, 58, 93, 107, 132, 195, 251
Horner, Thomas R., 224, 252, 375
Horse Blanket (also Sam Morris, Sam She-kamtsets-kunin), 105, 210, 211, 243, 430
Hosius Wap-tus (also Eagle Head, Head Feathers, James Reuben)*, 105
Ho Sus-ya-ow-yein, 28
Houghton Mifflin Company, 159
Howard, C.O., 42, 264
Howard, Emma, 275
Howard, George Carver, 171
Howard, Harry Stimson, 29, 36, 42, 68, 86, 87, 264, 288, 314
Howard, Helen Addison (Mrs. Ben Overland), 39, 193, 281
Howard, Lee, 82, 211
Howard, Gen. O.O.*, 26, 32, 36, 40, 42, 56,57, 68, 72, 82, 84, 86, 87, 91, 92, 108, 131, 264, 270, 529
Howell, Philip, 234
Howgate, James C., 296
How-lis Won-poon (also Camille Williams, War Singer), 29, 32, 34, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 62, 68, 78, 80, 82, 84, 104, 115, 119, 176, 193, 242, 288, 297, 382
Hoxworth, R.H., 403
Hubbard, Ralph, 387
Hudson, George E., 242, 312
Hudson's Bay Co. trading post, 332
Hughes, Capt. Elias, 138
Hughes, Everett, 153
Hughes, family, 140, 141, 142, 145, 147
Hughes, Jesse, 1, 136, 137, 139, 142, 148, 153
Hughes, Josiah, 257
Hughes, Thomas, 176, 200
Hughes, W.H., 181
Hughes, W.L., 200
Hughes, W.W., 138, 200
Hulse, E., 347
Humane Society*, 208, 227, 265, 378, 401, 409, 479 [see also Yakima Humane Society]
humane work*, (McWhorter*), 227, 362, 378, 401-410, 412-415, 417, 457, 475, 479 [see also Yakima County Humane Officer, McWhorter as]
Humble, J.L.*, 257
Hum-Is Hu-Ma (also Mourning Dove, Morning Dove, Catherine, Cristal (Mrs. Fred) Galler, Cristal McLeod)*, 241, 285, 356, 382, 419, 432, 433, 440-450 [see also Mourning Dove, legends]
Humphrey, William, 380
Hunsicker, Martin, 403
Hunt, Garrett B., 82, 172
Hunt, Herbert, 428
Hunter, Samuel, 421, 537
Hupel, Ida, 403, 404
Hurons, 487
Hurst, Anna, 248
Hurst, Daniel, 148
Hurst, Elenor, 148
Hurst, George A., 148
Hurst, G.P., 175
Husis Owyen (Wounded Head; also Shot-in-the-Head)*, 28, 534
Hutchins, C.C., 175
Hutchinson, Ernest N., 240
Hutchinson, Samuel, 403

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Ickes, Harold, 394
Idaho*, map of, 552
Iiams, Thomas M., 274
I-keep-swah (also Ie-keep-swah, Jim Peter, Wasco Jim Peter, Wasco Jim Peters, Sitting Rock)*, 125, 127, 214, 364, 419, 422, 423, 427, 429, 432
Immele, Robert C. (also Imelee), 403
Inchelim River, 438 [see also legends and tales]
Indian customs and beliefs, narratives, 199, 419, 423, 424, 426, 427, 431 [see also Indian(s); Yakima Indian(s)]:

Amusements [games for children] by Samalee Sack, 431
Berry Feast of 1910, The, 426
Berry Feast of the Yakimas, at the Pom-Pom House of Billie Stahies, Sunday, August 11, 1912, The, 199
Care of the Hair, 424
Customs of the Yakimas, 424
Data on the Two Yah Ya Tosh (ancient graves)*, 423
Dreamer Religion of the Yakima Indians, The, 199 [see also McWhorter, Lucullus, Virgil, writings and publishing]
Elements Entering into the Religion of the Yakimas, 424
Feast and Donation in Memory of the Dead, A; Feast of Thanksgiving for Recovery from Serious Illness, A, 424
Feast of the New Food, The*, 426
Hunt of 1912, The, 199
Hunter*-Omens, 424
Hunting* Omens of the Yakimas, 424
Immortality, Wasco, 423
Indian Rock Carvings and Paintings*, 199 [see also McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, writings and publishing]
Items on the Cascade Indians, 424
Medicine Man's Mode of Obtaining Healing Powers, 423
Medicine Men of the Yakimas, 423
Mourning Customs of the Yakimas and Kindred Tribes,424
Origin of the Salmon and Root Feasts of the Yakimas, 426
Owl of Ill Omen, The, 424
Power of the Medicine Man: How Obtained, 424
Properties of Tahmanhawis* Power, 423
Sacrifice of the Peni-ten-tes of New Mexico, 423
Shakers, The, 427
Sie-kin-lus, Indian Rattle, 423
Test of the Sweat House [sic], The, 424
Tribal Customs of the Klikitats [sic], 424
Tribal Customs of the Yakimas: Subduing a Refractory Child, 419
Underground Houses of the Yakimas and Wishoms, 424
War Dance* of the Yakimas, The, 424
Wasco Calendar, 424
Yakima Indian Signs and Omens*, 423

Indian(s) [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives; legends and tales; Yakima Indian(s)]:

Affairs, Commissioner of, 68, 220, 253
affairs, 27, 135, 158, 162, 173, 177, 189, 190, 193, 200, 203, 210, 219, 220, 245, 248, 250, 253, 257, 259, 265, 270, 278, 290, 330, 336, 337, 339, 341-350, 352-356, 359, 360, 364, 368, 369, 370, 374, 375, 380, 381, 384, 390, 391, 393, 397, 400, 425, 455, 459, 462, 473, 508
Affairs, U.S. Bureau of, 118, 214, 257, 229, 339, 354, 359, 360, 374, 376, 380, 389, 394, 404, 502 [see also Bureau of Indian Affairs]
agents, 68, 120, 333
artifacts and relics*, 54, 64, 143, 160, 163, 171, 191, 203, 223, 228, 248, 267, 290, 306, 332, 341, 350, 355, 384, 393, 423, 483
attitude toward whites, 89
Bank of Wapato, 354
battle axes, 551
battles and battlefields*, 28, 40, 112, 182, 242, 248, 262, 290, 520, 561 [see also specific battles listed]
buffalo lance, sketch of, 569
burial site, map of, 540
citizenship, 27, 338, 377
Commercial Club, 354
Commission, 105, 359, 460
commissioners, 36, 44, 68, 72, 83, 100, 132, 220, 229, 253, 287, 296, 297, 341, 343, 344, 346, 348, 389, 394
councils*, associations, organizations, 68, 87, 114, 180, 205, 336, 338, 339, 347, 348, 351, 356, 358, 372, 383, 384, 426
culture*, 226, 418
customs*, 378, 419, 424, 482 [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives]
dance*, 424, 427, 433, 440, 441
display objects, 279
drawings, 516-519, 522, 523, 524, 526, 532, 534, 536, 537, 538, 545, 548, 555, 556, 562, 566, 569 [see also drawings; maps; posters]
earth/underground houses*, 424
famine, 424
feasts*, 122, 185, 199, 421, 424, 426, 428
fights, comments on, 290
fishing* rights, 40, 177, 180, 193, 338, 352, 356, 396, 397, 418, 428, 455, 462 [see alsoYakima Indian(s), fishing rights]
flint-chipping shop, 437
goiter among, Northwest, 367
graves*, 40, 242, 423
grievances, protests, 67, 120, 220, 248, 250, 336, 342-345, 349, 356, 359, 385, 425
horn shell wampum, 219
hunters and hunting*, 199, 201, 419, 421, 431, 432, 440
hunter* omens, 424
hunting rights, 339, 350, 356, 385
hunting stories, 52, 199, 423, 424, 429, 431, 432, 435, 436, 440
in Canada, conditions, 383
in motion pictures, 184, 300
inscriptions, 238
in World War I, 356
in World War II, 452
"Justice Reorganized," 389
land allotment, Allotment Act of 1887, notes on, 128, 193, 270, 345, 346, 386, Flatheads, 349; Yakimas, 128, 193, 205, 334, 336, 338, 339, 346, 347 [see also Yakima Indian(s), land allotment ]
land claims, Nez Perce, 378
lands for sale, resettlement, 343, 346, 349, 377
language(s), 52, 121, 123, 184, 349, 378, 399
legal aid for, 351
legislation, regarding, 27, 333, 342, 345, 359
legends and tales, 52, 121, 123, 128, 135, 178, 179, 199, 269, 297, 329, 356, 358, 368, 378, 394, 399, 419-440, 447, 450, 489, 490, 492 [for story titles see also main entry: legends and tales]
life, destruction of [way of], 374
linguistic families*, 567 [see also maps]
medicine dances, 427
medicine powers, 47 [see also tahmahnawis*power and wyakin powers]

Indian(s) [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives; legends and tales; Yakima Indian(s)]:

in people, 420, 423, 424, 427, 430
in plants and animals, 47, 242, 430
missionaries among the, 32, 68, 97, 219, 251, 387, 570 [see also missions and missionaries]
missions to the, 44, 72, 380, 382, 388, 570 [see also missions and missionaries]
monuments*, 159, 223, 239, 242, 246, 267, 271, 288, 349, 393, 487, [see also monuments; markers for historic sites]
mourning customs, 424
music in Hollywood, 300
names and words, meanings of, 30, 34, 39, 45, 57, 81, 88, 119, 121, 123, 124, 135, 199, 251, 308, 419-424, 426, 427, 429-432, 436, 437, 439, 444, 455
opera, 285
pensions, 129, 208, 344
petitions, 193, 205, 227, 287, 333, 336, 341-344, 346, 347, 348, 382
pictographs*, 199, 538 [see also Indian(s), rock carvings and paintings*]
"Policy on Religious Liberty," 389
prophecy, 56, 422, 423, 424
property, inheritance of, 300 [see also Indian(s), land allotment ]
published newspapers, 481
rattle, 423
related newspaper articles and clippings, 452, 454, 457, 458, 459, 460, 462, 465, 467, 469, 470, 472, 473, 481, 482, 484, 486, 489, 493, 495, 497, 502, 503, 505, 508, 509
religion and beliefs, 32, 40, 44, 193, 199, 216, 358, 389, 423, 424, 428, 444 [see also Indian(s), visions; Indian(s), tahmahnawis* power; Yakima Indian(s), religion]
Rights Association, 189, 232, 339, 342, 345, 348, 352, 360, 390 [see also Brosius, S.M.]
rock carvings and paintings*, 199 [see also Indian(s), pictographs*]
rodeos, 175, 401, 410, 413
sacrifices, 423, 424
schools, 290, 354
scouts, 30, 56, 68, 72, 82, 86, 106, 122, 172, 369 [see also scouts and couriers in Indian wars; Nez Perces: scouts; scouts with U.S. Army; scouts with Col. Wright; scouts with Gen. Howard; Cheyenne scouts in Nez Perce War, Shoshone scouts in Nez Perce War]
Selective Service, and, 319
shows and exhibitions, 179
signs and omens*, 423, 424
songs, 297, 423, 426, 430 [see also poems and songs]
state fairs, appearing in, 352
superstitions, 424, 444
sweathouse*, 424
tahmahnawis* power, 422-425, 430, 432, 435 [see also legends and tales; Yakima Indian(s), tahmahnawis* power]
trapping, rights, 256, 287
treaties, 33, 67, 75, 95, 99, 114, 117, 118, 125, 127, 193, 219, 333, 352, 356, 358, 396, 399
trenches, 426
tribal courts, 340, 395
tribal property, 377
tribes, 42, 68, 79, 86, 95, 127, 139, 220, 343, 347, 399, 424, 429, 430[see also specific tribes, i.e., Cascade Indians, Nez Perce(s), Yakima Indian(s)]
village sites, 128, 209, 437
visions, 422 [see also Indian(s), religion and beliefs; tahmahnawis* power; Yakima Indian(s), tahmahnawis* power; legends and tales]
vocabulary (etymology, definitions, phrases), 34, 81, 119, 121, 123, 251, 349, 412, 429, 438, 444
war bonnet, origin of, 31
war dance*, 424
warriors*, 30, 32, 38, 39, 59, 79, 84, 106, 123, 127, 129, 191, 242, 420, 422, 423, 424, 431, 434
war veterans, survivors, 219, 248, 355
wars, tribal, 28, 30, 31, 34, 40, 50, 63, 68, 69, 83, 84, 87, 111, 115, 127, 129, 130, 132, 248, 263, 355, 356, 431, 490 [see also under specific tribes, battles and campaigns, i.e., Bannock Indian War, Paiute Indian War, Nez Perce War, Puget Sound Indian War, Rogue River Indian War, Yakima War, Indian(s), tribes, Cascade Indians, Yakima Indian(s)]
welfare, 122
white attitude toward, 89
Indians of California, Inc., 296, 381 [see also California Indians]
"In Earlier Days," 467 [see also Oregon history, pioneers; Journal, The; Lockley, Fred]
Inland Herald, The, 454
International Fine Arts Exposition, 228
interpreters and narrators, 38, 44, 53, 66, 93, 104, 105, 106, 120, 124, 126, 127, 129, 131, 189, 242, 270, 297, 369, 419, 420, 422, 425, 429, 430, 434, 435
Ips-tsu-la-nen*, 242
Irish, B.F., 412
Iroquois League Indians, 378
irrigation* and water rights* on Indian lands, chiefly Yakima, 2, 122, 159, 185, 191, 198, 209, 227, 237, 248, 250, 290, 297, 332, 334, 335, 336, 338, 339, 341-348, 350, 351, 352, 354 -358, 360, 370, 371, 374, 376, 382, 386, 425, 437, 455, 462, 483, 493, 502
Irwin, T.L., 403
Its-i-yí-yi ("Coyote"; also Its-I-Yi-I), 47, 123, 124, 297, 354, 419, 420, 429, 430, 432, 433, 435, 438, 440, 441 [see also "Coyote"; legends and tales; Mourning Dove, legends]
Its-kum-che-lí-li (also Mrs. Shot-in-Head, Mrs. Shot-in-the-Head, Pe-nah-we-non-mi, Helping Another)*, 38, 43, 274
Ivy, C.E., 393

Jack, Captain (also Peach-te-lá-la)*, 191 [see also Modoc Indian War]
Jackson, Andrew, 159
Jackson, Charles E., 358
Jackson, C.M., 175
Jackson, J.G., 138, 340
Jackson, L.F., 175
Jackson, Mrs. S.H., 402
Jackson, T., 148, 177
Jakways, C.A., 243
James, Edmund J., 136, 139, 200
James, George Wharton, 379
James, Jim, 189
James, John N., 200
"Jane" (Mrs. John Russell Agee), 269, 286, 295
Japanese on Yakima Indian lands, 360, 366
Jason, Chief*, 242
"Jayne," 234
Jayne, J.M., 175
Jeffery, J.O., 401
Jeffery, Mrs. J.O., 227, 401
Jeffryes, Mrs. J.L., 223
Jenckes, Virginia E., 396
Jensen, Merrill, 56, 169
Jerabek, Esther, 195, 274
Jerome, Lt. Lovell H.*, 96, 263
Jiggs, Maggie ([pseud.]; also Jennie R. Nichols), 70, 190, 192, 227, 358, 378, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 410, 412 [see also "Maggie"]
Jocelyn, S.P., 290
Joffe, Joseph, 80, 82, 253, 301
Johns, Paul, 213
Johnson, Albert W., 102, 184, 210, 211, 262, 279, 290, 384, 395
Johnson, "Cap" J.W., 93
Johnson, Henry C., 32
Johnson, Hiram W., 253
Johnson, J.E., 235
Johnson, J.H., 404
Johnson, J.O., 403
Johnson, Jack (Liver Eating), 40, 57, 82
Johnson, James, 162
Johnson, Laura, P.(Laura P. Johnson (Postmaster?)), 260
Johnson, M.A., 220, 300, 312, 318, 372, 396
Johnson, R.H., 186, 336
Johnson, Robert, 176, 290
Johnson, Walter S., 36
Johnson, William Carey, 511
Johnson, William E.*, 120, 175, 179, 186, 193, 203, 205, 210, 234, 336, 338, 341, 344, 345, 346, 348, 448
Johnson-Lee Bill, the, 198
Johnston, Dr. Walter S., 36
Jones Bill, the, 169, 185, 332, 343, 493
Jones, Anna H., 241
Jones, Clifford E., 181
Jones, Mrs. Edna L., 82
Jones, Frank, 403
Jones, Harry, 187
Jones, Hilman F., 274, 399
Jones, Mrs. J.L., 403
Jones, Lester T., 367
Jones, Lloyd L., 290
Jones, Pamelia Pearl, 169
Jones, Richard Lloyd, 213
Jones, Robert O., 227
Jones, T.L., 336
Jones, W.J., 412
Jones, Wesley L., 227, 336, 344, 346, 361, 376, 391, 412
Jordan, A.H.B., 213
Jordan, family, 272
Jordan, Lois M., 184
Jordan, Ollie, 78, 132, 176, 219, 224, 232, 237, 252, 258, 272, 285
Jordan, Rush, 244, 314, 329, 557
Jordan, Thomas, 352
Joseph, Chief*, 26, 32, 33, 40, 48, 56, 57, 61, 69, 74, 83, 84, 87, 92, 96, 105, 109, 120, 159, 172, 194, 211, 216, 223, 234, 239, 242, 246, 255, 259, 267, 312, 329, 355, 356, 421, 454, 490, 531
Joseph, Old Chief (also Wel-lá-mot-kin)*, 71, 74
Journal, The, 467 [see also "In Earlier Days"; Oregon history, pioneers]
Joy, Jason S., 417

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Kaiser, Mrs. Jennie, 279
Kaiser, J.M., 224
Kaiser, John, 82
Kamiah monster*, 349, 438, 549
Kamiakun, Chief (also Kamiaken, Kamiakin, Ka-mi-akin, Ka-miah-kin)*, 120, 127, 244, 258, 271, 393, 424, 458
Kamiakun, Chief Tomeo (Arthur Tomio)*, 127, 330
Kamiakun, Chief Cleveland (also Kamikan [sic])*, 127, 258
Kansas State Historical Society, 383
Kantrowich, Samuel, 227
Katzoff, Simon Louis, 412
Kaufman, R.O., 40
Keal, Mary E. (Mrs. W.H.), 290
Kearns, William E., 193, 253
Keedick, Mabel Ferris (Mrs. Lee Keedick; also Mabel A. Ferris) 158, 162, 228
Keim, Ethel Smith, 287
Keister, E.E., 151, 250
Keith, Arthur L., 143, 146, 148, 167
Keith, James R., 352
Keith, John, 100
Keith, Lyle, 198
Kelly, Mrs. A.M., 227
Kelly, Clyde, 366, 379
Kemerer, P.H., 194
Kendall Lowther, Minnie (also Kendall-Lowther), 145, 147, 183, 318, 355
Kendrick, John B., 208
Kennedy, D.P., 210
Kennerly, Perry H., 220, 342, 465
Kenton, Edna, 260
Kersie, F.L., 213, 273
Ketcham, William H., 235, 359
Keydel, Oscar F., 260
Kikt-tan-nee, 436
King, E.A., 348
King, Senator (William H.?), 380
Kingston, C.S., 189, 369
Kingston, Marie, 403
Kinne, Grace C., 403, 404
(Kinne?), Rose P., 227
Kirk, Ethel L., 329, 330
Kirk, Mike, 195, 241, 248
Kirkpatrick, A.L., 261
Kirkpatrick, Frank, 353
Kittitas, definition of, 223
Kittitas County, 385
Kittle, Warren B., 200, 204
Klamath Basin, 40
Klamath Indian protests, 232
Klamath Indian Reservation, 380
Klickitat County, 124, 368
Klickitat Indians, 424, 427
Klickitat legends, 122, 419, 420, 429, 430, 434, 435, 436 [see also legends and tales]
Knaebel, Ernest, 335
Knight, G.L., 182
Knight, J.D., 265
Kock, Elers, 47
Koemple, John, 403
Kopac, Ed, 312
Kopac, Emil, 47, 69, 77, 80, 184, 189, 195, 210, 242, 265, 283, 286, 295, 312, 319
Koppen, Jeannie C. (Mrs. F.C.), 217
Krausnick, Gertrude, 274
Kroll, Sophia C., 274
Kucera, Frank H., 241
Kue-kul-lis-li-lihkin*, 242
Kulalas (also Ku-lala), 124
Kul-Kul Si-Yakth (also Matthew Whitfield), 38
Kuykendall, E.V., 52, 118, 169
Kuykendall, G.B., 162, 186

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

La Follette, E.A.P., 275
Laidley, W.S., 162
Laing, Mary E., 208
Lake, Stuart N., 494
Lamb, Jack, 176
"Lament of We-Yal-lup Wa-ya-ci-ka," 425
Laney, Doris, 195
Langdon, J.W., 162, 186, 243, 341, 433
Langlie, Arthur B., 288
Lanphear, Burton, 248
Lapham, Stanton C., 268, 269, 287, 297, 301, 358
Laow tick-tick ilp-ilp (also Laow tic-tic il-pilp, Laow tec-tec ilp-pilp, Alonzo Victor Lewis, Mud Sparrow, The Red Swallow), 36, 70, 158, 169, 184, 191, 194, 203, 210, 211, 239, 246, 247, 265, 267, 287, 279, 312, 314, 351, 391, 394
Lapwai, 287, 438
Lapwai councils, 68
Lapwai Indian Agency*, 83, 330
Lapwai Indian Reservation, 44
Larrabee, C.F., 214, 335, 339
Larson, Henry A., 186, 336
Latimer, Joseph W., 27, 197, 215, 252, 257, 278, 374, 390
Lattin, Jennie H., 169, 314
Latus, Grace D., 384
Laubach, Jas.H., 184
Laurence, Lucy, 36
Laut, Agnes C., 237, 257, 261, 285
Läux-Wóptus, 419, 422
Lawrence, Elizabeth, 257, 448
Lawrence, Mrs. Sydney, 275
Lawson, George R., 182
Lawyer, Chief*, 53, 223, 242, 243
Lawyer, Corbett B., 29
Layman, Mrs. Brady, 358
Layman, L.C., 404
Leach, Henry Goddard, 360
Ledger, John T., 290
Lee, Jason, 180
Lee, Gen. Robert E., 332
Leechman, J.D., 350. 382
legends and tales, 31, 44, 123, 189, 369, 419, 420, 422, 423, 424, 427, 429, 430, 431, 432, 433, 435, 436, 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 447, 458, 487 [see also Klickitat legends; Mourning Dove, legends; poems and songs; Indian(s), hunting stories; Yakima Indian(s), hunting-omens and stories]:

Adventure of Che-pos-to-cos (Owl-Child), an, 435
Adventure on Goat Rocks, An, 432
Ah-Ton-O Kah of She-Kó-Ún, 419
Alincotty's Combat with a Grizzly, 432
Álo-Quat and Tweé-Tash Contend over the Division of Light and Darkness; with notes, 436
Ancient Legend of the Red Fox, 430
Aquatic Tahmahnawis* (Aquatic Tah); with notes, 430
Arrow Ladder to Heaven, The, 441
Arrow Trail to the Upper World-Land, The; with notes, 433, 440
Bad Spirit of the Clackamas, The; with notes, 419
Battle of the At-Te-Yi-Yí and To-Qée-Nut; with notes, 436
Battle between Eagle and Chinook: Origin of the Horn Spoon; with notes, 436
Battle between Eagle and Owl, The, 430; 436 (with notes)
Battle of Cold Wind and Chinnook [sic] Wind; with notes, 430, 436 [see also Legends of the Yakimas, Notes for]
Battle of the Five Wives of Enum-kláh, or "Thunder," 430
Battle with the Ste-Ye-Háh-Mah (Stick-Showers); with notes, 419
Bear-Woman of the Nespelems, 431
Bear Woman of the Okanogan; with notes, 422
Beaver and Coyote's Son Muskrit, 441
Border Vision, A, 422
Boy Lynk [Lynx] and Owl-Woman, The, 433 (with notes), 441
Boy Lynx and the Owl-Woman (Sequel to Lynx, the Hunter), 440
Bridge of the Gods, 429 (with notes), 430
California Indian Legend, A, 430
California Joe, 427
Camas Woman, The, 433 (with notes), 441
canoe Race on the Columbia River, A, 435
Cascade Indian Legend, A, 430
Cascade Legend, A, 435
Caught in a Snow Slide, 432
Celestial Canoeman, The, 419
Charley Qualchan's Fight with a Silvertip, 432
Chic-Adee (Chick-Adee) Kills Elk, 433, 440 (with notes), 441
Chief of Lizzards [sic], Tahmahnawis[*], 424
Chief Yoom-tee-bee's Account of the First People, 420
Chipmunk's Burial Ground, 436
Combat of the Klickitat and Grizzly-bear, 435
Combat of Two Mountain Sheep, 432
Coon Story, 123
Coyote as a Beautiful Woman, 441
Coyote Breaks the Salmon Dam, 441[see also Bridge of the Gods]
Coyote and Buffalo, with notes, 433, 440; 441
Coyote and Chickadee, 440
Coyote and Crow, 429
Coyote Destroys the Evil Genii [sic] of Top-tut, or, Top-tut Fishery, with notes, 420
Coyote Destroys the Man-Eating Animals, 441
Coyote Devours his Own Children, with notes, 433
Coyote Drowns in Water with Thirst, 441
Coyote Eats his Children, 441
Coyote and Fox, with notes, 433, 440
Coyote Gets Flint Arrow Points, 441
Coyote and a Great Prophet, 123
Coyote as a Handsome Woman, 433, 440
Coyote and his Daughter, with notes, 433, 440
Coyote, his Son and the Salmon, with notes, 429
Coyote Imitates Bear and King Fisher, 441
Coyote Kills Owl-Woman, with notes, 433, 440
Coyote Kills Whale, 441
Coyote Kills Wind, with notes, 433, 440; 441
Coyote and the Lal-a-Wísh (sequel to Story of the Qui-Yiah), with notes, 429
Coyote Marries his Daughter to Mountain Goat (also Coyote Marries his Daughter to Wow), with notes, 419
Coyote Marries his Own Daughter, 433
Coyote and Mother Grizzly-Bear (sequel to Coyote's Son Muskrat and Grizzly-Bear), with notes, 440
Coyote and Pheasant, 441
Coyote Subdues the Man-Eating Monsters, with notes, 433, 440
Coyote and Tah-tah-kle-ah, 435
Coyote Takes his Daughter as a Wife, 441
Coyote and the Two Sisters of the Che-Wana, with notes, 429
Coyote Went Back East, 123
Coyote and Wolf, with notes, 440
Coyote and Wood-Tick, with notes, 433, 440; 441
Coyote's Adventures, 441
Coyote's Attempt to Circum-Navigate [sic] the Land. Origin of the Southern Tribes, 429
Coyote's Daughter, 441
Coyote's Rule for Digging the Skool-kool, 420
Coyote's Son Muskrat and Grizzly-Bear, 433, 440
Coyote's Trip East, 432
Crawfish and the Grizzlebear, 441 [see also How Crawfish Whipped Grizzlybear]
Creation of the Indian Peoples, notes only, for two stories, 430 [see also Legends of the Yakimas, Notes for]
Dead Canoeman of the Che-Wana, The, 436

legends and tales

Death of Yo-Yonen, Chief of the Wana Pums, 437 [see also Yo-Yonen, Chief]
Discontented Woman and the Wáhk-Puch, The, 420
"Doctoring" an Indian's Rifle Which Had Lost its Potency because of the Recent Death of the Hunter's Wife, 424
Dream of Lo-pah-kin. Known as Caesar Williams, 423
Dream Presentment of Death, 422
Dream Vision of Lo-pah-hin, with notes, [two versions], 422
Dream-Vision of a Renegade, 422
Eagle and his Cousin Tis-Kai: How Porcupine Came by his Quills, with notes, 436
Eagle as a Slayer of Deer, The, 432
Eagle's Mode of Killing Young Deer, 432
Enum-Kláh: The Thunder Bird, with notes, 419
Episode of Salmon Catching, 432
Fight between Grizzly and a Wolverine, 432
First Sun Dance (also Sun-Dance), The, with notes, 433, 440; 441
First White Man Among the Klickitat, The, 427
Fisher and his Brother Skunk, with notes, 433
Fisher and Martin, 433, 440, 441
Fisher and Skunk, 433
Fishing Place of Samalee-Sack, 432
Flathead Tradition of a Flood, 420
Footprints on Skein Island, Columbia River, 430
Former Days of Famine among the Yakimas, 424
Generation of Diseases, 441
Ghost Voice of the Tieton Canyon, The, 419
Ghue-Ghue and Pédt-Jum, 122; 436 (with notes)
Grande Ronde Woman's Vision beyond the Border, A, 423
Great Spirit Names the Animal People, The, with notes, 433, 440
Great Spirit Names Coyote, The, 441
Grizzly Bear Mother and her Two Children, The, with notes, 420
Gy-u-boo-kum of the Wishoms, The, 430
Her Fight with the Grizzly Bear, 447
Hero Folk-Story of the Flatheads, A, 439
Ho-lite or Billie Captain's Reflections on his Youthful Life, 423
Hol-Ite's Adventure with a Wahk-puch, 432
House of Little Men, 433
How Ant Came by his Small Waist, 436
How Beaver Stole the Fire, with notes, 419
How Blue-Jay Outwitted Dog-Seal, 436
How Coyote Broke the Salmon Dam, with notes, 433, 440
How Coyote Came by his Power, 433
How Coyote was Changed into an Eagle, 429
How Coyote was Cheated by Cusho, 429
How Coyote Destroyed the Fish Dam at the Cascades: [sic] Distributing Salmon in the Rivers, with notes, 429
How Coyote Destroyed the Trail to the Upper World, 430
How Coyote Drowned because of Thirst, 433, 440
How Coyote Fixed the Five Wolves, 419 [see also Legend of the Great Dipper]
How Coyote and Fox Flew to the Upper World, 430
How Coyote Imitated Bear and King-fisher (also Kingfisher), with notes, 433, 440
How Coyote Killed Flint, with notes, 433, 440
How Coyote Killed the Monster Whale of the Swah-Nétk-Qha, 433, 440
How Coyote Killed Sun, 438
How Coyote Lost and Regained his Eyes, 433, 440
How Coyote Lost Immortality to the Tribes, with notes, 429, 430[see also Legends of the Yakimas, Notes for]
How Coyote Moved Pót-To and Tahoma, with notes, 429
How Coyote Trapped Wind, with notes, 429
How Coyote and Wood-Tick Took the Sweat, 429
How Crawfish Whipped Grizzlybear, 433 (with notes), 440 [see also Crawfish and the Grizzlebear]
How Deer Stole Rabbit's Coat, 436
How Diseases Came to the People, 433
How the Dog Became Domesticated, with notes, 420
How Eel Lost his Bones, 430
How Elk was Created, 420
How Gartersnake Scared Thunderbird, with notes, 433, 440, 441
How Gray Squirrel Drove the Buffalo from Moses Coulee, with notes, 436
How Iques Killed Tah-Tah Klé-Ah, 429
How Iques Stole the Favorite Wife of Enum-Kláh, 429
How Its-I-Yí-Yi was Thwarted in Attempt to Change the Course of the Inchelim River, 438
How the Mountain Broke Down, 429
How the nChe-wana [sic] was Formed, 422
How Paht-paht Fooled and Destroyed the Tahtahkleah, sequel to, 435
How Rabbit Lost his Tail, 433, 440
How Skunk Got (also Came by) his Tail, with notes, 433, 440
How Speel-Yi Tricked the People Devouring Tah-Tah-Klé-Ah, 429
How Spéel-Yi Tricked Twée-Tash, 429
How Speel-Yi was Tricked by Ots-Spl-Yi, with notes, 429
How Speel-Yí was Tricked by Schah-Shá-Yah, with notes, 429
How Speel-Yí was Tricked by Töö-Nöön-Yí, 429
How Spider Came by his Long Legs, 433, 440
How a Water-Ball was Made: A Legend of the Cascade Tribe, 435
How Young Eagle Killed Pah-He-Nuxt-Twy, with notes, 429
Huckleberry and the Choke-Cherry, The, 420
Hunter Lynx Calls Famine's Shadow, 440
Hunter Stories, 432
Hunting Stories, 431
Hunting Story: A Bad Bear, 432

legends and tales

"Imagination" Trout of the Wenatchee, The, 430
Impotency of the Gun: Cause of, 424
Incidents in Smat-Louit's Career as Medicine Man, 424
Indian Aversion to Killing Bear, 424
Indian Boy Lost in Mountains, 432
Indian Boy's Encounter with a Mad Bull, An, 432
Indian Boy's First Deer, An, 432
Indian hunter stories, 431, 432[see also Indian(s), hunting stories]
Indian's Adventure with Rattlesnakes*, An, 432
Indian[']s Experience with the Stick-Showers, An, 419
Indians' Story of the White Man Buried in Memmaloose Island, The, 427
Iques and Twee-tas Gamble for the Control of Weather, 436
Ís Tam Ma, Chief of Beavers, with notes, 419
Isti-pláh. A Yakima-Klickitat Legend, 419
Its-I-Yi-i's Wife, 438
Killing of Wan-a-wish (Water Rapids): A Medicine Man of the Wo-watch-watch Tribe, 427
King Story, The, 123
Klickitat-Yakima Legend of Chief Owhi, A: Chief Owhi's Only Crime, 434
Lakes on Pót-To and Tahoma, or Lakes on Mount Adams and Tahoma, 419
Läux Wáptus, 430
Läux-Wóptus and the Cach-Chi, 419
Legend of the As-sööm Trail: The Five Laws, 420
Legend of Big Skukum Inlet, 436
Legend of the Cascade Tribe, A, 430
Legend of the Celestial Origin of the Yakimas, 458
Legend of Coyote's Wife, 438
Legend of Deep Lake, the Grand Coulee, A, 430
Legend of Enum-Klah Pah, A, with notes, 419
Legend of the Great Dipper, or How Coyote Fixed the Five Wolves, with notes, 419
Legend of I-yáh-houce, or I-yah-horce, 430
Legend of the Okanogan Country, 430
Legend of Red Men's Battle Near Ravenswood, 487
Legend of the Spalding Memorial Rock, 44
Legend of Túch-Ish, 419
Legend of Wallowa Lake, 430
Legendary Group-Bones in the Head of the Sucker-Fish, 430
Legendary Origin of the Lolo Trail*, with notes, 430
Legends of the "Eel" Trail, with notes, 420
Legends of Priest Rapids, WA, 430
Legends of the Yakimas, Notes for, 430 [see also Battle of Cold Wind and Chinnook [sic] Wind, How Coyote Lost Immortality to the Tribes, Creation of the Indian Peoples (two stories)]
Life History of the Bad Indian Mr. Mann, 123
Lost Indian Boy, The, 432
Lost Glory of Tóp-tut, The, with notes, 420
Lu-pah-hin's Power of Forecasting of Events, 423
Lynx, the Hunter, 440
Man-Devouring Monster of the Naches, 430
Medicine Man and Wáhk-puch, with notes, 420
Meye Wah-Kain. The Strong Man of the Yakimas, 427
Moon and Sun Gods, The, 433, 440, 441
Mr. Eagle the King and Mr. Skunk his Cousin, 123
Mystery of Lal-a-wísh-pah, The, 439
Name of Warrior who had Power of the Pah-An-A-Ho, 423
Nash-láh, with notes, 420
Ne-siwa-nu-way-pah-cin, The, with notes, 430
Nez Perce Legend of the Lolo Hot Spring, 430
Nihs-Láh: A Wasco Legend of Multnomah Falls*, with notes, 429
North-Wind Monster, The, with notes, 433, 440; 441
Noted Table-Rock Hunting Ground, A, 431
Octopus and Mink, 436
Okanogan Premonition of Death, An, 422
Okanogan Sweat House, The, with notes to tales, 433 [see also specific tales in legends and tales]
Origin of the Horse, with notes, 420
Origin of the Kusho: "Hog," 430
Origin of Mosquito, The, with notes, 433, 440; 441
Origin of the Southern Tribes, 429
Origin of the War Bonnet, 31
Origin of Yakima, 431
Owl-Child and the Buffalo Bull, 435
Owl-Child's Adventure with a Buffalo, 435
Owl-Woman and Coyote, 441
Pach-an-a-hó, The, with notes, 420
Pah-Ho-Ho Kláh, The, 419
Páh-To, the White Eagle, with notes, 429
Paiute Vision of the First Wolf People, A, with notes, 422
Passing of the Indian and the Coming of the White Man, The, 369
Peaceable Bear Killed in his Own Home, A, 431
Phantom Buck of the Yakimas, 430
Piegan Blackfeet Legend, A, 435
Pith-nee Pic-wen, The: "Hole in the rock" of the Clearwater River, Idaho, 430
Prophecy of the Coming of the White Man, with his Subsequent Wrongs, 424
Prophetic Dream Visions, 422
Puh-Tuh Num, The: "Pictured" Rocks of the Naches, 420
Qoo-x Speelyi: "White Coyote," 430
Qui-Yiah, Five Brothers, The, with notes, 429
Raccoon and Grizzly Bear, with notes, 436
Rattlesnake* as Guardian of Good Water Springs, The, 430
Rattlesnake* Kills Salmon, 433, 440,441
Remarkable Bear Story, A, 432
Revelation of Nah-Shut, The, 189

legends and tales

Sacrifices by the Warrior when Going Against an Enemy Tribe, The, 424
Sam-a-le-sack, 431
Samalee-Sack and the Black Bear, 431
Schoc-ish-ton: "Chief Deity," 423
Schop-tash, The: "Painted" Rocks of the Naches, The, with notes, 420
Second Sight of Wal-a-músk-kee, 422
Serpent Lake, 419
Shan-Te-Wit's Fight (Adventure) with a Grizzly Bear, 432
Sho-pów-Tan and the Tah-Tah-Klé-Ah, with notes, 429
Singed Spot on the Cottonwood Tail, The, 336
Singing Tweé-Tas, The, 419
Sioux Hero Tale, A, 439
Skunk and Fisher, 441
Sluskin's Plea, 378
Small[-]Mouthed People, The, 419
Sons of Beaver and of Coyote, The, with notes, 433, 440
Speel-Yí and the Five Sisters of the nChé-Wana-An-nee-shiat [sic], with notes, 429
Spirit Costume of the Ste-ye-háh Mah, with notes, 419
Star-Rock of Riches, The, 422
Star Rock of the Tum-Water, The, (also Star Rock of the Dall[e]s, The, with discarded finale and notes), 419
Ste-Ye-Háh-Mah, or Stick-Shower Indians, The, with notes, 419
Stone Heaps of the nChé-wana [sic], 422
Stories of the Gy-u-boó-kum, with notes, 420
Stories of the Wáhk-puch, with notes, 420
Story (un-named), The, 439
Story About Two Girls Long Time Ago, A, 431
Story of Coyote, 123
Story of the Kamiah Monster, 438
Story of the King, A, 123
Story of Koo-Tiakun, Note to, 127
Story of the Lake at Kh-núte, with notes, 430
Story of Skin-lip, The, 430
Story of Two Indian Girls, 123
Story of a Warrior[,] the Qual-chan Ouhi, 123
Story of Whe-Ámish or Chí-Nach*, The, with notes, 429
Strange Actions of a Wounded Deer, 431
Strong Boy of the Cascades, The, with notes, 429
Sun and His Daughter, The, 419
Sun Lodge, The, 422
Tah Tah Klé-Ah, with notes, 429
Tah-mah-na-wis* Power, 422
Tahmahnawis* Bear, The, 430
Tahmahnawis* Power, 424, 432
Tahmahnawis* Power of Che-pos-to-cos (Owl-Child), 435
Tahmahnawis* Power of Läux-Wóptus, 422
Tahmahnawis* Power, Medicine Man, 424
Te-chúm Mah, The, 419
Te-chum Tahmahnawis* of a Medicine Man, 430
Tem-tei-quin and the Black Robes, 423
Testing the Tah-Power of the Warrior, 431
Thó-wet-tet, 430
Three Wolf Brothers, The, 441
Three Wolf Brothers and Three Bear Sisters, The, 433, 440
Timber Wolves in the Cascade Mountains, 432
Tóp-tut of Old, with notes, 420
Tradition of Multnoma [sic] Falls*, 430
Traditional Negro Boatman on the Columbia, 430
Tuli-Skums-Kée, 420
Turtle Races with Rabbit, 441
Two Girls and the Magic Beads, The, or Boy Lynx and Owl-Woman (sequel to Lynx, the Hunter), with notes, 440
Two Sisters and their Star Husbands, The, with notes, 419

legends and tales

Umatilla Legend of the Dwarf Mountain People..., A[n], 430
untitled, 431 [see also Cleparty, Alva]
Useless Boy, The, 431
Vision of [no name], 423
Vision of an Aged Warm Springs Woman, with notes, 422
Vision of I-keeps-swah: "Sitting Rock," 423
Vision of In-wat-kee of the Wishoms, The, 422
Vision of Lu-páh-hin, The, 423
Vision of Quas-qui Táchens, with notes, 422
Vision of Sitting Rock, 422
Vision of Wat-til-ki, 422
Wan-tah's Adventure with the Wal-chi-o, 422
Wasco, with notes, 419
Water-People of Skah-ket, The, with notes, 422
Whale God of the Swa-Netk-Qua, The, 441
Whale Monster of the Swah-Netk-Qha, The, 433, 440
What Became of Speel-yí, 430
White Coyote's Fight with a Grizzly Bear, 432
Why Cougar and Wildcat Now Live Separately, 430
Why the Wáhk-puch Crawls, with notes, 420
Wisdom of the Wahk-puch, 422
Wishom Legend, A, 430, 435
Wishom Tribe, The[:] Story of their Division and Separation, A, with notes, 437
Wy-akin of Tow-tow-no Hené: "Shin Bone," The, 438
Yakima Tahmahnawis* Power: Boy and the Brave Hazel Nut, The, 430
Yakima Tahmahnawis* Power: Kamiaken's Son, 424
Yakima Tradition of a Flood, 420
Yakima-Klikitat [sic] Legend of Wáhk-shum Mountain (or Wah-soom), 420
Yakimas, The, 427
Young Twée-tas Warrior, The, 420

legends and tales, discussion of, 44, 47, 121, 123, 178, 179, 234, 269, 297, 336, 349, 358, 378, 419, 420, 422, 423, 424, 427, 429, 430, 431, 432, 433, 435, 436, 437, 438, 440, 441, 444, 447, 450, 490, [see also Indian(s), legends and tales]
Leggat, Alexander, 184, 257
Leggett steamship, 512
Leighton, Doris, 72
Lemcke, H.W., 412
Leshhi (also Lesh-hi, Leschi), 427 [see also Eaton, Capt. Charles]
Lew, Jane, 154
Llewellen, Ivy I., 315
Lewis, Alonzo Victor (also Laow tec-tec ilp-pilp, Laow tic-tic il-pilp, Laow tick-tick ilp-ilp, Mud Sparrow, The Red Swallow), 36, 70, 158, 169, 184, 191, 194, 203, 210, 211, 239, 246, 247, 265, 267, 287, 279, 312, 314, 351, 391, 394
Lewis, John J., 189
Lewis, Mrs. Jennie M. (J.M.; also Wondering Wolf)*, 158, 190, 192, 211, 232, 341, 349, 351, 378, 385
Lewis, Levi, 286
Lewis, Margaret ("Toots"), 158, 192, 341
Lewis, [Meriwether], 56, 251, 355 [see also Lewis and Clark Memorial]
Lewis, Virgil A., 136, 140
Lewis, Warren F., 353
Lewis, William S., 79, 169, 182, 203, 234,257, 265, 349, 378, 393
Lewis and Clark Memorial* (also Monument), 195, 252
Lewiston, 40, 105, 111, 506
Lewiston Morning Tribune, 68, 506
Libby, O.G., 260, 262, 291, 314
Liggett, Walter W., 169
Lightfoot, Moses, 423
Limen, E.B., 336
Lincoln, Abraham, 124 [NB: of Shaster Indian tribe.]
Lindenberg, Inez, 29
Lindey, Harlow, 158
Lindh, A.G., 47
Lindley, Lawrence E., 169, 237, 290
Lindley, Marie, 257
Lindsley, Thomas H. (also Lindsey)*, 28, 34, 158, 162
Linklater, W.A., 29, 40, 265, 296, 352, 390
Lipps, Oscar H., 158, 203
Listening Coyote, 27, 121, 124, 189, 190, 354, 419, 420
(Little?), Merrill E., 336
Livesey, Sidney, 208
Lockley, Fred, 241, 467 [see also "In Earlier Days"; Journal, The; Oregon history, pioneers]
Logan, Col. Benjamin, 155
Logan, West Virginia, 152, 155
Logie Creek, 437
Logie, J.W.S., 241
Loleta Auxiliary, 337
Lolo Hot Spring, 430
Lolo Pass*, 61, 71
Lolo Trail*, 47, 430
Lombard, Agnes A., 184
Lommasson, Jas., 404
Long, Elsie, 44
Longmire, David, 427
Longsworth, Mrs. Harry B., 101, 154, 176
Looking Glass, Chief, 56, 112, 243
village site*, 111, 532, 556
"Looting of the Chippewa's Land, The," 460
Lo-páh-hin (also Lu-páh-hin, Lu-pah-hin, Lo-pah-kin, Caesar Williams)*, 27, 124, 125, 127, 162, 170, 171, 173, 177, 179, 187, 188, 189, 190, 192, 193, 211, 236, 334, 336, 338, 340, 341, 349, 353, 360, 364, 377, 378, 385, 416, 420, 422, 423, 427, 434, 548
Lopas, John G., 403, 404, 412
Lord, Herbert W., 47, 242
Lorentz, Alma, 318
Lothrop, Eleanore, E., 178
Lott, Harrison, 242, 287
Lott, Samuel (also Many Wounds, son of Wot-tó-len)*, 26, 27, 29, 30, 38, 40, 41, 44, 48, 49, 52, 53, 57, 60, 62, 67, 70, 77, 79, 84, 95, 97, 98, 102, 106, 110, 112, 182, 210, 218, 234, 243, 257, 263, 278, 288, 301, 391, 439, 520
"Loud-speaking gun," 80, 88, 263, 528
Loutzenhiser, Floss H., 287
Loutzenhiser, J.R., 287
Love, D.M., 65
Lovelace, Mattie D., 412
Lovell, C.O., 403
Lowe, Mrs. F.C., 412
Lowther, C.L., 200
Lowther, Frank, 176
Lowther, Granville S., 40, 42, 147, 236, 377
Lowther, Lola E., 248, 448
Lowther, Minnie Kendall, 145, 146, 147, 183, 318, 355
Lowther, Robert, 147
Loynes, Charles N.*, 29, 40, 42, 43, 61, 85, 88, 112, 263, 288, 314, 332, 520, 521
Luce, E.S., 290
Luce-i [sic], Smith (also Luc-ie), 122, 179, 334, 343, 344
Ludlow, John E., 98, 307, 308, 318
Luhman, Hugo F., 204
Luke, Robert, 330, 392
Lull, Lt. Col. Charles E.T., 215, 285
Lupahin, Mrs. (also Kate Williams, Mrs. Caesar Williams)*, 65, 125, 127, 131, 176, 232, 234, 236, 287, 336, 424, 427, 434
Lusk, Charles S., 219
(L.V.V.F.?), 122
Lydenberg, H.M., 184, 274
Lyman, Ed, 251
Lyman, Horace S., 454
Lyman, W.D., 209, 219, 353
Lynch, Major Jay*, 126, 248, 335, 338, 350, 369
Lynch, John D., 158

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Mabton, 358
Mackay, Mrs. Edward (Laura), 47
MacLean, J.P., 82, 158, 159, 161, 171, 178, 201, 204, 208, 210, 211, 232, 236, 239, 241, 244, 248, 257, 268, 336, 337, 342, 355, 374, 442, 445, 446
"Maggie," 227, 412 [see also Jiggs, Maggie; Nichols, Jennie R.]
Makah Indians, 358
Malone, James H., 252, 260
Malone, Mrs. James H., 260
Man Elk (also W.F. Hamilton), 203, 210, 214, 229, 234, 237, 252, 384
Mann, Louis Charles*, 2, 27, 120, 121, 123, 125, 127, 128, 131, 180, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 193, 196, 198, 209, 210, 211, 218, 219, 223, 232, 236, 252, 334, 336, 338, 339, 341-351, 353, 354, 356, 357, 359, 364, 377, 378, 382, 384, 385, 386, 390, 401, 402, 422, 425, 430, 431, 434, 455, 458, 483 ; sketch of, 517
Mann, M.C., 336
Mann, Moses, 341
Manning, H.T., 185
Manring, B.F., 94, 159, 211, 241, 248, 287, 301, 376, 399
Manuel, Mrs. Jack, 32, 287
Many Wounds (also Samuel Lott, son of Wot-tó-len)*, 26, 27, 29, 30, 38, 40, 41, 44, 48, 49, 52, 53, 57, 60, 62, 67, 70, 77, 79, 84, 95, 97, 98, 102, 106, 110, 112, 182, 210, 218, 234, 243, 257, 263, 278, 288, 301, 318, 391, 439, 520
maps, 110, 118, 122, 435, 520, 521, 523, 525, 527, 529, 530, 531, 532, 533, 535, 540, 541, 542, 543, 546, 547, 549, 550, 552, 553, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 564, 565, 567, 568, 570 [see also drawings; Indian(s), drawings]
markers for historic sites*, 126, 159, 177, 193, 209, 217, 244, 250, 271, 329, 349, 355, 356, 378, 473, 535, 543 [see also historic markers and monuments; mementos; memorials; monuments]
Marple, Omar V., 200
Marquis, Thomas B., 79
Marsan, Metta, 353
Marshall, H.C., 341
Marston, Sir Charles, 497
Martin, Clarence D., 396
Martin, James Wm., 171, 192, 336, 339
Martin, T.H., 337
Martineau, Captain, 424
"Mary*," 242 [see also Capt. William Clark]
Mason Saux, Hannah, 395
Mason, Chief William (Billy, Billie), 195, 210, 395
Masterman, G.P., 404
Masters, Joseph G., 69, 274, 297, 298
Matheny, C.L., 290
Matthew, Mark A., 29
Mathers, J.W., 377
Matthews, C.A., 289
Mathieu, Francis Xavier, 511
Maxson, J.K.P., 136
Maxwell, Hu, 139, 140, 159, 178, 377
Maxwell, Julia, 147
(May?), Mrs. R.T., 147
May-wee-peo-peo-hi-hi (also Maywee-Peo-peo-Hi-hi, Elizabeth G. Cary), 185, 190, 191, 338
McCabe, Olive C., 227
McCarthy, A.A., 148
McClaine, Jr., E.L., 275
McClintic, John W., 47, 184
McClure, Robert A., 274
McConnell, E.B., 350, 403
McConville, Col. Edward, 32
McCormick, W.L., 233, 270, 285, 303, 310, 320, 396, 399, 418
McCoy, Alex (also Alec McCoy, Owl-Child, Shat-taw-wée/Shat-tou-wée, meaning Leader in Battle, Che-pos to-cos, Ché-pos-to-cos)*, 187, 234, 262, 334, 429, 430, 435, 482
McCredy, Mrs. A[lex] E., 403
McCroskey, Adrian A., 158
McCroskey, Birdie, 158, 171, 173, 175, 178, 190, 192, 200, 348, 364
McCroskey, B.M., 158
McCurrah, D.F., 331
McCurrie, Matthew, 403
McDonald, A.C., 340
McDonald, Mrs. Agnes J., 412
McDonald, Amos, 173, 188
McDonald, Duncan*, 27, 40, 45, 82, 83, 193, 242, 257, 260, 263, 332
McDonnell, Mrs. Anne, 29, 82, 169, 184, 198, 210, 257, 281, 291, 314
McFarland, Francis, 223
McGilchrist, B.L., 275
McGill, Inno, 235
McGill, Theresa, 227
McGillis, O.J., 189, 281
McGuff, Peter, 177, 179, 336, 342
McGuffey, M.D., 146
McGuire, J.F., 228
McIlwaine, H.R., 142, 144, 200, 204
McKay, James C., 81
McKelvie, Martha Groves, (Mrs. Sam R. McKelvie; also Martha Frances McKelvie, Ha-a-ko-a-wa, Ha-a-ko-wa-a), 169, 176, 187, 192, 203, 219, 225, 239, 265, 278, 285, 288, 382, 448
McLain-Springs, Birdie E., 355
McLaughlin, Florence E., 274
McLaughlin, James, 150, 346
McLeod, Cristal (also Catherine (Mrs. Fred) Galler, Mourning Dove, Morning Dove, Hum-Is Hu Ma)*, 241, 285, 356, 382, 419, 432, 433, 440-450 [see also Mourning Dove, legends]
McMurray, W.H., 298
McMurtrey, Vivian, 290
McPherson, J.W., 396
McQuesten, G. Dowe, 290, 315, 331, 396
McRaith, Helen, 274
McStalnaker, Lillie, 146, 340
McWherter, Mrs. O.M., 404
McWhorter, A.B., 200
McWhorter, A.W., 171, 200
McWhorter, B.O., 140
McWhorter, B.R., 140
McWhorter, Bruce, 253
McWhorter, Carrie, 265
McWhorter, Charles, 192
McWhorter, C.(Cash?) S., 159, 200
McWhorter, D.G., 200
McWhorter, Dick, 168
McWhorter, E.H., 140, 200
McWhorter, E.S., 148, 241
McWhorter family*, genealogy, 142, 145, 214
descendants of John* McWhorter, 140
McWhorter, Fannie Marie, 234
McWhorter, H.C., 137, 148, 185
McWhorter, Hugh, 140
McWhorter, James, 192
McWhorter, J.B.D., 162
McWhorter, J.C. (also Jack, Judge J.C. McWhorter), 40, 44, 148, 151, 161, 165, 174, 178, 185, 200, 204, 210, 221, 224, 268, 342, 358, 360, 384, 390, 458
McWhorter, Jean, 140
McWhorter, J.M., 139, 142, 147, 148, 165, 544 [see also poems and songs]
McWhorter, Joe, 178, 192
McWhorter, John, 140 [see also McWhorter family, genealogy]
McWhorter, J.S. (Scott?), 147, 171, 178, 204, 356, 360, 384
McWhorter, Judith (also Judy McWhorter G__?), 121, 168
McWhorter, L.,140
McWhorter, Leni (also Leni Jenkins, Mrs. Leni McWhorter Jenkins), 154, 167, 221, 286
McWhorter, Lora, 215
McWhorter, L.D., 40, 178
McWhorter, L.E., 200, 274
McWhorter, L.R., 257
McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil (also Big Foot, He-mene Ká-wan, Halish Hosat, Sho-pów-tan)*, about and miscellaneous, 34, 39, 40, 44, 49, 65, 70, 71, 73, 95, 96, 101, 110, 112, 116, 125, 126, 129, 131, 136, 140, 141, 145, 153, 159, 163, 164, 165, 166, 171, 183, 193, 194, 203, 210, 214, 216, 219, 227, 228, 230, 234, 243, 244, 259, 261, 262, 265, 266, 268, 269, 275, 279, 280, 283, 286, 287, 290-301, 306, 330, 333, 340, 342, 343, 350, 355, 356, 358, 361, 362, 363, 365, 376, 377, 381, 385, 386, 387, 388, 391, 392, 394, 396, 401-406, 408, 409, 412, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 442, 443, 444, 447, 448, 449, 453, 457, 462, 473, 474, 475, 477, 479, 480, 482, 483, 520, 525, 526, 529, 541, 548, 571

books, correspondence, 159, 260, 281, 323
booklists, 138, 144, 169, 270, 306, 318
collection of archives and personal papers, correspondence, 306, 325, 326, 327
copyright documents, 333
photographs, correspondence, 242
writings and publishing, discussion of, 2-24, 26, 39, 40, 42, 54, 64, 71, 75, 77, 81, 89, 106, 119, 122, 127, 147, 149, 153, 161, 162, 167, 175, 178, 182, 184, 185, 186, 193, 194, 195, 197, 200, 201, 204, 208, 210, 217, 220, 229, 248, 253, 257, 268, 274, 276, 283, 288, 291, 297, 302, 307, 308, 309, 310, 317, 318, 319, 330, 333, 336, 338, 340, 342, 347, 352, 354, 356, 358, 363, 369, 372, 378, 383, 384, 388, 390, 396, 398, 399, 434, 458, 462, 470, 471
last written words, 39

McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil

manuscripts (published and unpublished; fragments, transcriptions, and variants):

"Additional Items Relative to Death of John Honstead," 208
Adventures in Geyserland, about, 113, 378, 525
"Bolen Tragedy, The," 126
"Border Settlers of Northwestern Virginia, The," 3, 136, 141; about, 138, 139, 140, 142, 144, 146, 147, 149, 151, 154, 178, 181, 224, 318, 340, sketch for cover, 516
"Broadcast from Mars, A," 213
"Calamity Jane Nurses Wounded Soldiers Wounded Soldiers, Colonel Sturgis' Fight with the Nez Perces," 106
"Chief Peo-Peo Tholekt Elk Call," 106
"Continued Crime Against the Yakimas, The," 2; about, 135
Crime Against the Yakimas, The, about, 167, 175, 200, 202, 205, 248, 342
Discards, The*, about, 167
"Dreamer* Religion of the Yakima Indians, The," 199 [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives]
"Extensive Village Site on the Columbia , An," 128
"Field History," [material for Hear Me, My Chiefs!], notes for, about, MS frags., 29, 32, 39, 40, 43, 44, 46, 49, 56, 57, 68, 62, 69, 76, 79, 80, 81, 84, 85, 88, 95, 97, 110, 111, 112, 113, 117, 118, 159, 193, 210, 242, 250, 263, 265, 293, 294, 297, 306, 325, 326, 327, 330, 355 [see also Nez Perce(s)]
"Grain Fields Enclosed by Ditch and Stone Wall," 106
"Hear Me, My Chiefs!" 12-24; 97, 106; about, 96, 118, 263
"Historic," 427
"Holdup at ______ Pass, The," 378
"Hunting Trip in 1878, A," 199
"Indian Calendar Harmonious with Elemental Nature, The" 352
"Indian Rock Carvings and Paintings*," 199 [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives]
"In the face of the Great Sun ," 425
"Lament of We-yallup Wa-ya-cika, The ," 425
legends, notes, 419, 420, 422, 429, 430, 436 [see also legends and tales]
"Letter-to-the-editor" (Republic), 250
"Life of Jesse Hughes. Historical and Traditional." [first draft of Border Settlers], 1, 124, 142, 176, 340
"Location of Place Where Fell Captain Hembree, Yakima War, 1855," 124
"Message from Garcia, A.," 255
"Mrs. Shot-in-Head's Sequel to Former Narrative," 38
"Mystery of Lal-a-wish-pah," 439

McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil

manuscripts

"Narrative of Kul-Kul Si-Yakth: 'raven spy.'," 38
"Narrative of Warrior Owhi. Nez Perce War, 1877," 38
"notable [sic] Indian Gathering, A," 426
"Okanogan Sweat House" [by Mourning Dove*], notes, 433 [see also Mourning Dove, legends]
"Origin of Names of Streams," 147
"Pe-Nah-We-Non-Mi's Adventure with a Wounded Buffalo Bull," 38
poems, 321, 421 [see also poems and songs]
"Rebellion of theYakimas, The," 205
"Relics Marking the Conquest and Progress of Territorial Yakima Valley," 384
"Relics of the Nez Perce War, 1877," 384
"Report of trip to mouth of Palouse River ," 399
"Rock Shelters," 139
"Snakes and Toads Found in Stone," 265
"Story [un-named], The," 439
"Story of Nez Perce War, by Owhi," 38
"Story of Ow-Yén, The," with notes, 38
"To-ki-aken Twi-wash at the battle of Thappenish," 434
"Tragedy of the Wahk-Shum, The: Prelude to the Yakima Indian War, 1855-1856," 274
"What I Know About Watson C. Squire: The Story of a Newspaper Scoop," 471
Yellow Wolf, His Own Story, 4-10, 28, 29, 32, 34, 41, 57, 84, 97, 98, 113, 189, 274, 302, 307, 308, 309, 314, 317, 318, 491, 571
West Virginia history, untitled, 157
"Whites Accused of Water Thefts," 462
"Who is Granville Lowther?," 377
Wonders of Geyserland, 29; about, 71, 194
"Yakima Warlike Relics," 384
"Yakimas, The," 427

McWhorter, M., 181
McWhorter, (N.?) A., 200
McWhorter, Ovid T. (O.T.), 29, 32, 46, 48, 81, 88, 94, 107, 122, 145, 158, 172, 185, 189, 194, 204, 210, 214, 221, 228, 229, 237, 244, 247, 251, 256, 270, 278, 279, 286, 287, 297, 302, 306, 307, 308, 312, 314, 340, 348, 350, 382, 391, 418, 453
McWhorter Photograph Collection, 434
McWhorter, Ralph, 178, 200, 314
McWhorter, Virgil O., 98, 118, 189, 221, 223, 269, 306, 328, 350, 364
McWhorter, W.E., 274
McWhorter, W.G., 178
Meacham, A.B.*, 242
Meacham, Eugene, 169
Meachem, Frank, 170, 180, 344
Meany, Edmond S., 213, 271, 356, 378
Mechem, Kirk, 181
Medaris, Mrs. E.M., 227, 403
medicine owl, 430
Medicine Tree*, the (Lolo Trail)*, 47, 242
mementos*, 164, 166, 240*, 284, 290 [see also historic markers and monuments; markers for historic sites; memorials; monuments]
memorials, 153, 290, 331 [see also historic markers and monuments; markers for historic sites; mementos; monuments]
Mercersburg Academy, 363
Meredith, E.E., 40, 145, 149, 154, 181, 211, 318
Meritt, Edgar B., 209, 227, 229, 336, 342, 348, 353
Merriam, H.G., 281
Merriam, Lallah, 146
Merrill, Mrs. C.R., 275
Merritt, Col., 172
Mesecher, Reba, 378
messiah (craze), 40, 68
Meyer, Harvey K., 29, 48, 98, 158, 283, 296, 330, 331
Meyer, Henry T., 252
Meyers, Clifford R., 181
Meyers, Leta V., 353
Meyers, Marie F., 404
Meyers, R.C., 162
Me-ye-wah-kayn, 427
Middour, E.J., 363
Midland Rare Book Company, 158
(Miles?), 283
Miles, Charles, 176, 265, 270, 278, 288
Miles, Colonel (also General) Nelson Appleton, 56, 93, 96, 108, 134, 159, 219
Miller, A.J., 275
Miller, Edward M., 128
Miller, Mrs. George B., 403
Miller, H., 281
Miller, Mrs. Harry John, 227, 411
Miller, H.B., 128, 340, 347
Miller, H. Lloyd, 418
Miller, Horace, 403
Miller, (J.?) Frank, 268
Miller, John (also Chief White Hawk)*, 28, 48, 80, 82, 104, 110, 219, 237, 290, 291, 297
Miller, Joseph L., 142
Mills, Gen., 487
Mills, Milton R. (Caxton editor), 307, 308, 309
Milroy, R.B.,214
Miner, W.H., 198
Mininic, Chief George (also Menihnok, Meninock, Meninok, Menninock)*, 122, 170, 205, 416, 419, 422, 430
missions and missionaries, 32, 44, 68, 72, 97, 155, 251, 351, 361, 380, 382, 387, 388, 438, 570 [see also Indian(s), missions to the; Indian(s), missionaries among the]
Mitchell, J.H., 139
Mitchell, Captain John (Corporal Mitchell, Lieutenant Mitchell), 130
Mitchell, Mrs. M.G., 213, 273
Modoc Indian War (1873), 105, 120, 129, 133
Moffett, Thomas C., 359, 380
Molyhan, Wesley, 136
Monfort, D.W., 201
Monroe, Anne Shannon, 237, 283
Monroe, J.B., 342
Montana, Indian affairs in, 257, 349
Montana, Indian fighting in, 40, 82, 134, 243, 255
Montana*, map, 557
Monteith, Mrs. Frances Whitman, 32, 44, 68, 111, 253, 265
Monteith, John B.*, 44, 68, 83
Montezuma, Dr. Carlos, 177, 214, 219, 230, 237
Montezuma, Mrs. Carlos, 427
monuments*, 126, 184, 195, 209*, 217, 223, 239, 240*, 242*, 244, 246, 252, 267, 271, 288, 349*, 352, 355*, 356*, 378, 393, 487, 535, 543 [see also historic markers and monuments; markers for historic sites; mementos; memorials]
Moody, George, 227
Moore, O.C., 186, 332
Moorehead, Warren King*, 159, 161, 171, 189, 211, 265, 336, 343, 345, 346, 349, 353, 354, 356, 359, 360, 375, 376, 425, 460
Mordhorst, A.M., 403
Moree, Ray, 312
Morgan, E.W., 32
Morgan, Fred C., 349
Morgan, F.L., 395
Morgan, W.A., 158
Morgan, W.L., 210
Morrill, (E.?) M., 402
Morris, J.C., 158
Morris, Sam (also Sam She-kamtsets-kunin, Horse Blanket), 105, 210, 211, 243, 430
Morris, W.M., 147, 200
(Morris?), Walter, 147
Morrison, Homer L.*, 176, 195, 220, 242, 252, 270, 283, 285, 290, 309, 312, 396
Morrison, Thomas H., 223
Morrison, W.B., 139
Morrison, Wilbur C., 184
Morthland, D.V., 41, 227, 403
Moses, Charley*, 242
Moses, Chief*, 68, 128, 560
Moses, Joe, 188
Moss, Mrs. M.C., 227
Moss, Philip A., 232
Mount Adams (Pot-to), 124, 419
"Mount Diablo Legend, The," 285
Mount Idaho killings, 27
Mount Lowe Daily News, 499
Mount Rainier*, name of, 122, 213, 273, 349, 384, 390, 428 [see also Rainier National Park; Mount Tacoma/Tahoma]
Mount Tacoma/Tahoma*, evil spirits, 378 [see also Mount Rainier*]
Mount Tacoma/Tahoma*, name of, 213, 273 [see also Mount Rainier*]
Mourning Dove (also Cristal Galler, Mrs. Fred Galler, Catherine Galler, Cristal McLeod, Morning Dove, Hum-Is Hu-Ma)*, 241, 285, 356, 382, 419, 432, 433, 440-450
legends, 285, 356, 382, 419, 432, 433, 440, 441, 450 [see also legends and tales]
Mox-Mox, Peter (also Mox Mox, Mox-mox) 170, 171, 211
Mox-Mox, Mrs. Peter, 171
Mud Sparrow (also Laow tec-tec ilp-pilp, Laow tic-tic il-pilp, Laow tick-tick ilp-ilp, Alonzo Victor Lewis, The Red Swallow), 36, 70, 158, 169, 184, 191, 194, 203, 210, 211, 239, 246, 247, 265, 267, 287, 279, 312, 314, 351, 391, 394
Mulford, Uri, 260
Mulkey, Horace B., 65
Mulligan, Iona, 77
Multnomah Nation, 203
Munsell, Joel, 178
Munson, Ida M., 146
Murray, W. Robert, 137, 275
Myers, Clifford R., 384
Myers, Marie F., 401, 403, 404
My Friend the Indian, notes, 68

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Nalder, Mae Mark (Mrs. Frank), 113, 158, 227, 282, 293, 306
Napton, H.P., 158
"National Gallery of the American Indian..., The," 215
National League for American Indians, 193
National Old Trails Road, 380
National Society of American Indians, 249
Native Tribes of West Virginia," 139
Navajo Indians*, 380
Neah Bay, Treaty of, 358
Neekas Ditch Laws, 386
Neff, S.E., 347
Nelson, E.E., 232
Nelson, J.H., 122
Nespelem*, Yellow Wolf Memorial, 331
Newcomb, W.B., 220
Newhall, Daniel H., 281
New Mexico Indian sacrifices, 423 [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives]
New Republic, The, 205, 380, 425, 465, 470 [see also McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, writings and publishing]
newspapers and clippings, 40, 42, 43, 48, 51, 52, 68, 80, 82, 91, 106, 112, 120, 122, 127, 128, 132, 136, 139, 141, 145, 147, 149, 154, 159, 164, 168, 174, 181, 182, 194, 197, 198, 203, 205, 207, 208, 212, 213, 215, 218, 232, 234, 236, 238, 247, 253, 260, 261, 266, 269, 273, 274, 281, 284, 287, 290, 312, 318, 323, 329, 332, 338, 349, 352, 355, 356, 365, 366, 371, 372, 374, 376, 379, 381, 393, 394, 401, 403, 405, 410, 414, 425, 428, 431, 434, 447, 451-515

Nez Perce(s)*:

battlefields*, 159, 248
bibliography, 42, 97, 270
and Catholics, 40
chiefs, division of domain among, 95, 522
criticism of writings about, 285
domain of, map, 533
drinking horn, 534
early history, 34
fatality tally, 534
"Field History," MS 81, 97; notes for, about, 29, 39, 40, 43, 44, 46, 49, 56, 57, 62, 68, 69, 76, 79, 80, 84, 85, 88, 95, 110, 111, 112, 113, 117, 118, 159, 193, 210, 242, 250, 263, 293, 294, 297, 306, 330 [see also Hear Me, My Chiefs!; McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, writings and publishing]
Historical Expedition, 70
interpreters, 106, 270
land claims, 33, 83, 188, 378
language, 52, 399
messiah, 40, 68
names and words, meanings of, 30, 34, 81, 97, 121, 251
origin of name, 251, 287
picture writing, 242
relics, 54, 384
religion, 44
Reservation*, 70, 118, 251
maps of, 546, 564, 571
Smoholla, 172, 193, 396, 437
treaties, 33, 75, 95, 114, 117, 396
Treaty of 1855, 95, 114, 117, 118, 181
Treaty of 1863, 95, 99, 118; Nez Perce grievances re treaty, 67

Nez Perce(s)

War* of 1877, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 38, 40, 42, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 59, 60, 61, 63, 65, 66, 67, 71, 74, 77, 81, 82, 83, 86, 87, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 96, 100, 101, 103-109, 115, 116, 209, 223, 254, 255, 256, 355, 422, 482, 490, 542

bibliography, 42
causes, 34, 58, 63, 68, 100
cache of flour hidden by, 115
capture of cannon*, 27, 527, 562
capture of stagecoach, 27
contemporary surviving warriors*, 84
cost of, 106
Cow Island crossing of Missouri River, 68, 69
dead scalped by Bannocks, 61
destruction of wagon train at Birch Creek, 106
disposition and treatment of those captured, 93, 100
drilling for war, 40, 84
escapes* into Canada and list of those escaping, 38, 62, 79, 257
"Flight of the Nez Perces, The*," 329
fording of the Yellowstone River*, 84
Montague-Winters ranch killing, 106
mutilation of dead, 46
"Point of Rocks*" sharpshooters, 56, 62
possible fight with Crow Indians*, 34, 69
property owned on Salmon River, 106
raid on Howard's camp, 84, 529
return from Canada, 59
return of White Bird's band, 71
return to Colville Reservation*, 44
return to Lapwai Reservation, 44, 287
Salmon River crossing, 101
scouts, 72, 82
scouts with U.S. Army, 72, 106
scouts with Col. Wright, 68
scouts with Gen. Howard, 72, 86
telegrams, Gen. O.O. Howard, [C.E.S.] Wood, 36
war maps, 113, 525 [see also maps]
warriors*, 30, 32, 38, 59, 79, 84, 191, 242, 422
warriors of 1877, list of names, 30
Yellowstone Valley*, 40, 68

Nicholls, R.D., 227
Nichols, (E.W.?), 410, 412
Nichols, Jennie R. (also Maggie Jiggs [pseud.] ), 70, 190, 192, 227, 358, 378, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 410, 412 [see also "Maggie"]
Nicholson, Mrs. Hugh, 261
Niess, William V., 167
Nissley, J.R., 159
Nixon, Beverly, 237
Noble, Dick, 402, 404
Nordby Julius E., 242, 571
North Dakota, State Historical Society of, 262
North, S.N.D., 27
Northern Pacific Railroad, 177
Northwest Indian Congress, 351
northwestern states, map of, 546
Norton, H.B., 116
Norwest, F.B., 404
Norwest, Viola, 222
Norwood, Anne, 93, 250, 257
Noyes*, C. Raymond, 77, 242, 293, 314, 559
Nunn, Jess, 353
Nunns, Annie A., 138, 376
Nutter, W.D., 200
Nye, Kate, 184

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

O'Brien, Thomas, 29
O'Brien, William S., 136, 186, 200, 340
O'Connor, Florence G., 257
O'Connor, Miss M.S., 378
O'Donnell, I.D., 48, 69, 530
Okanogan Indian words, 121, 444
Okanogan Indians, 203
Okanogan legends, 121, 420, 422, 430, 433, 440, 444, 447 [see also legends and tales; "Okanogan Sweat House, The,"]
"Okanogan Sweat House, The," MS with notes, dedicatory, prologue, forward, 433, 440;
about, 447 [see also "Coyote Stories"; McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, writings and publishing;
Mourning Dove, legends]
Ollokot, Chief (also Ollicot)*, 56; sketch of, 537
Olney, Buffalo Ben* (also Lone Buffalo, Benjamin Butler Olney), 27, 158, 189, 205, 218, 227, 230, 231, 235, 236, 240, 241, 296, 353, 381, 387, 388, 390, 391, 402, 403, 404
Olney, Charles (Charley?) C., 339
Olney, Charley*, 124
Olney, George W. (also G.W.), 124, 208, 431
Olney, Nealy N.*, 120, 236, 265, 345, 353, 360, 365, 366, 388, 427
Olocott, Mrs. WeWe-tá-tom-mi [sic] (also Ollicot, Ollokot)*, 28, 56
One Pin (also Sat-kat, One Pine, son of Chief Wy-cas One-pi-née), 122, 127, 177
One Pin, Albert (son of One Pin, grandson of Chief Wy-cas), 177
One Pin (also One Pine), Mrs., 211, 177
One-pi-née, Chief Wy-cas (also One-pin-née, One-piñ-neé, Shee-ah-coote, Shee-ah-cotte), 127, 356
Oregon history, pioneers, 467 [see also "In Earlier Days"; Journal, The]
Oregonian, 40, 265, 372, 482
Oregon State Historical Society, 353
Oregon Sunday Journal, The, 461
Oregon Trail, 380
Oregon Trail Memorial Association, 285
Orrell, May, 222
Orton, Fay M., 158, 195, 244, 252, 288, 289
Orton, S.M., 158, 288
Osborne, John T., 124
"Osceola," Indian opera, 285
Ostrander, Major Alson B., 29, 159, 241, 244
O'Sullivan, James M., 186, 189, 217, 235, 338, 374, 377
Owhi (grandson of Chief Owhi), 38
Owhi, Chief (Warrior),38, 123, 124, 434, 437
Owhi, Chief Lesh-hi-hit (also Leshi Owhi, Seven Mountains, Too-skas-pot-thah-nook; son of warrior of Nez Perce War of 1877, Chief Owhi)*, 38, 123, 124, 251, 359, 434, 437, 458
Owhi, Harry (son of warrior Chief Owhi), 38, 341
Owhi, Yokosh, 385
Owl-Child (also Alex McCoy, Alec McCoy, Shat-taw-wée/Shat-tou-wée, meaning Leader in Battle,Che-pos to-cos, Ché-pos-to-cos)*, 187, 234, 262, 334, 429, 430, 435, 482
Ow-yén, 38
Oxley, B.H., 181

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Paget, M.E., 383
Paint, Roger R., 383
Painter, Harry M., 40, 93, 127, 132, 237, 257, 314
Paiute Indian War, 125, 127, 131, 132
Pallison, John, 351
Palmer, Alice, 146
Palmer, Sis-Elit*, 376, 385
Palouse River, 399
Paltsits, Victor H., 142
Pah-qy-ti-koot [see also Union Gap*; Tow-tow-na-hee]:
battle, 124, 434
memorial*, 216, 356
Park, C.R., 358
Park, Marjorie G., 158
Parker, Aaron F., 32
Parker, Arthur C., 180, 205, 342, 347, 348
Parker, Mrs. Clarence, 241
Parker, Col. F.J., 64
Parker, Mrs. F.J., 64
Parker, Fred, 378, 382
Parker, Horace N., 257
Parker, Mrs. J., 257
Parker, Jeanette, 133
Parker, Rufus, 274, 287, 352
Parnell, Col.*, 242
Parr, Harry L., 227
Parry-Lehman, Jessica, 169
Parsons, Marion, 223, 241
Partello, Col. (James?), 82
Patton, Sarah S. McM. (Mrs. H.W. Patton), 378
Patty, William McWhorter, 292
Pawpaw culture, 275, 418
Peach-te-lá-la (also Captain Jack)*, 191 [see also Modoc Indian War]
Pelky, Robert, 340, 447
Peltier, Jerome, 176, 288, 331
Pemberton, W.Y., 43, 182
Pe-nah-we-non-mi (also Helping Another, Mrs. Shot-in-Head, Mrs. Shot-in-the-Head, Its-kum-che-lí-li)*, 38, 43, 274
Peone, Mrs. Walter, 427
Perigot, Gus, 235
Perkins, B.R., 184
Perkins, Samuel, 352
Perkins murder*, 122, 131, 299
Perrow, William G., 169, 274, 298, 299
Perry, Jay, 355
Person, R.S., 146
Peters, Ira L., 140, 147
Peters, Wasco Jim (also Jim Peter, Wasco Jim, Ie-keep-swah, I-keep-swah, Sitting Rock)*, 125, 127, 214, 364, 419, 422, 423, 427, 429, 432
Peterson, Orval D., 199
Peterson, R.B., 217, 353, 378
Peterson, T.J., 43
Peterson, W.H., 142
Petk-telkl*, 242
Pettit, Benj. W., 356
Petzoldt, W.A., 257, 376
Pfelt, J.P., 140
Pfenning, Dr. H.E., 412
Phillips, Ernest, 139
Phillips, Joe W., 338, 347
Phipps, Harve H., 342, 342, 345
Pickett, F.L., 176
Piegans, Blackfeet*, 262, 435
Pierce, Walter M., 421
Piling Clouds
death of, 318
Pilkins, Mrs. Mary (also An-a-whoa, A-na-whoa, An-a-who-ah, An-awho-ee, Black Bear)*, 429, 430, 436
Pilling, J.C., 159
Pima Indian water rights, 345
Pims, Pauline, 347
Pine, W.B., 380
pioneers, 91, 137, 138, 141, 147, 356, 371, 434, 457, 482, 501, 554
Pit River Indian War, 130
Plassmann, Martha Edgerton, 257, 262, 329, 394
Plenty Coups, Chief, 277
Plowman, Mrs. Chas. 274, 275
Plum, Mrs. H.C., 404
poems and songs, 122, 136, 242, 287, 297, 321, 355, 378, 414, 421, 423, 426, 430 [see also Cleparty, Alva; F.A.F.; McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, writings and publishing; Valley Mountain (Mrs. Valley White Elk)]

Baby on the Cradle-Board, 421
Cogewea, 421
Dreamer Nez Perce's Thanks for Food, A, 421
Flapper and the Masher, The, 421
Gems and Gems, 321
Greater than Thou, The, 421
Incident of the Big Hole Battle*, 297, 421
Indian Lullibye [sic], 430
Injun Parody, 378
In Love's boat a-drifting, 421
Kansas or Bust, 122
Klahowyam Tillikums: Klaska Klatawa Kopa Klaska Tillikums, 287
Law of the Lonely Wood, The, 421
Myself, 355
Nez Perce Challenge, The, 421
Nez Perce Dreamer's Thanks for Food, 421
O Bigotry!, 421
Ohio Indian song, 136
Rock Wren and the Rattlesnake*, 421
Shambles of an Indian Camp, 421
Softly fall the shades of night, 421
Songs of Happy Life, 414
To the Blasted Pine Tree of Bear Gulch, 242
To Keeper of Songs, 421
This bear was my friend , 421
Two Moons, 421
Untitled, 378
Way of the World, The, 242
When the limpid streams , 421
Words of Yakima Religious Song, 423
Yakima Religeus [sic] Songs; Sung at the Berry Feast, August, 1910, 426
You have made no enemies you say?, 421

Po-gum-bie (also Beth Brenner, Mrs. C. Brenner, Chokecherry), 30, 36, 132, 283, 288, 314
Pohlman, Dorothy Prewitt (Mrs. Arthur H.), 29, 232
Poindexter, Miles, 180, 342, 344, 347, 359, 428
Ponsford, J.W., 189
"Point of Rocks*" sharpshooters, 56, 62
Poker Joe, 27, 56
Polachek, Goldie Avery, 275
Poleman, George, 512
Pollard, Lancaster, 195, 289, 290, 331
Pomeroy, Winifred M., 297
Pomroy, Mrs. J.M., 40
Poniah, William, 419
Pom-Pom house, 199
Poncas in Oklahoma, 32, 36, 49
"Pony Express*," map of, 568
Pope, Mildred H., 169
Post, William L., 148
posters, 551, 554
Powers, Mabel, 323
Preston, Josephine Corliss, 227
Price, S.M., 144
Price, William T., 147, 200, 384
Priest Rapids Indians*, 128, 349, 369, 396, 397, 400, 539 [see also Sokulk Indians; Wana Pum Indians*]
Priest Rapids inscriptions*, 238 [see also Indian(s), pictographs]
Priest Rapids range land, map of, 400, 553
Priestley, Herbert Ingram, 33, 290
Prince, Theodore L., 337
Prior, Elizabeth, 331
Prison Comfort Club, 362
Proctor, W.A., 141
Pruitt, W.O., 404
Pueblo Indians, 379
land bill, 236
Puget Sound Indian war, 427
Pugsley, Edwin, 382
Puyette, Sam, 427

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Qalchin* (also Qalchen, Qualchin, Qualchien, Qual-chan Owhi; son of Chief Owhi), 38, 123, 339, 434
Quaife, Dr. M.M., 169, 177, 136, 138, 268, 356
Qualchan, Charley, 432
Quas-qui Tachens, 422
Queen, G.F., 139, 151, 181, 234
Quick, R.L., 227, 412
Quiltininack, Chief, 234
Quist, F.E., 216

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Rabeck, A.T., 210, 275
railway, right of way dispute on Yakima Reservation*, 347, 349
Rainbow, Sr., 56
Rainier National Park, 273, 356 [see also Mount Rainier*]
Raisz, Erwin, 546
Rambles in Wonderland, notes, 37 [see also Stanley, Edwin J.]
Ramsey, Marshall G., 78, 238, 242, 358
Rand, Philip, 43
Randall, Captain D.B., 32
Rankin, Winifred C., 235
Rascal Grizzly Youth*, 242
Ratliff, John, 138
Rawn, Captain Charles C., 101
Ray, W.F., 137, 154
Raymer, Charles D., 275, 282, 287, 418
Raymond, J.E., 281
Rea, John A., 92
Read, Alice J., 404
Reagan, Mary M., 312
Reams, O.K., 155
Red Elk, 28
Red Elk, Mrs. Elijah, 49
Red Fox (also Rev. Red Fox, Skiuhushu), 191, 195, 214, 219, 225, 230, 231, 232, 353, 361, 381, 382, 384, 387, 388
Red Heart, Chief, 40, 95
Red Heart, James, 176, 211
Red Heart, Jessie, 176
Red Heart, Mrs. Lucy, 31
Redington, Col. J.W. (also Redingkton [sic])*, 26, 27, 29, 32, 40, 50, 56, 62, 69, 84, 86, 87, 96, 106, 116, 132, 133, 134, 210, 244, 255, 259, 263, 374, 542
Redman, D.R., 359
Red Spy, 32
Red Star, Willie, 406
Red Swallow, The (also Laow tec-tec ilp-pilp, Laow tic-tic il-pilp, Laow tick-tick ilp-ilp, Alonzo Victor Lewis, Mud Sparrow), 36, 70, 158, 169, 184, 191, 194, 203, 210, 211, 239, 246, 247, 265, 267, 287, 279, 312, 314, 351, 391, 394
Red Wolf, 28
Reed, H.E., 275
Reed, James F., 47
Reed, Mark E., 227
(Reensberg?), Helen, 281
Rees, John E., 223, 260
Rees, Mrs. R.R., 341
Reger, Carl, 146
Reger, David B., 151, 384
Reger, Joseph S., 146, 348
Reger, Lee,147
Reger, Ray, 299
reindeer business (Nome, Alaska), 195
Reiner, Major Thomas A., 69
Reinhart, F.S., 403
Reinig, Mrs. C.E., 365
religion, 33, 40, 44, 193, 199, 216, 358, 424 [see also Dreamer religion; Indian religion and beliefs; missionaries; missions to the Indians]
"Reminiscences of Early Life in Montana," 102
Remsberg, Helen, 219
Report of the General of the Army to the Secretary of War, 1877, 35, 108
Reuben, James, (also Eagle Head, Head Feathers, Hosius Wap-tus)*, 105
Revelle, C.E., 234
Rev. Red Fox (also Red Fox, Skiuhushu), 191, 195, 214, 219, 225, 230, 231, 232, 353, 361, 381, 382, 384, 387, 388
Revolutionary War, 218
Reynolds, E.W., 323
Reynolds, Ruth S., 29, 274
Reynolds, Paul R., 27, 448
Rhodes, M.D.L., 274
Rice, William H., 227
Richard, Chief Clinton, 287
Ricker, E.S.,200
Ricks, Katharine C., 144
(Riebe?), Mrs. E.M., 403
Rigg, H.B., 177
Riggins, Mrs. Hamilton, 338
Rightmire, Clara, 558
Riley, E.B., 283
Rimmar, Ora, 404
Rinehart, Mary Roberts, 486
Rinehart, Major W.V., 133
Ritchie County, 145
Roaring Eagle (also George Come-down, Eagle Making a Roar)*, 28
Roberts, Earle O., 128, 238, 364
Roberts, Mrs. Oda E., 159
Roberts, R.B., 358
Robinson, Anne R., 274
Rockey, E.W., 214
"Rock Shelters," 139
Rockwood, E. Ruth, 219, 376
Rocky Mountain Husbandman, 93, 482, 490, 496
Rogers, B.F., 148, 339
Rogers, Beverly L., 140, 146
Rogers, Edmund B., 82, 244, 312, 358
Rogers, Fred B., 176
Rogers, Laura Gertrude, 49, 140, 192, 257
Rogue River Indian War (1855-1856), 130, 464
Rollinson, J.K., 176, 283
Rolph, L.C., 404
Rolston, H.S., 186
Rooke, James, 82
Rooke, John L., 36, 46, 242, 523
Rookstool, A.L., 268
Rookstool, Frances M., 176, 195, 223, 232, 236, 249, 257
Roosevelt, Mrs. [Eleanor], 290
Roosevelt, Franklin D.*, 376, 380 [see also "Friend of the Indian, A"]
Roseburg, Mrs. H. Warner, 158
Ross, Charles H., 182, 223
Ross, Claudia C., 48
Ross, Edith Connelly, 189
Ross, Nancy Wilson, 193
Rothrock, F.M., 396, 400
Rouleau, E.W.L., 257
Rowan, T.G., 387
Rowland, Dunbar, 65
Rowley, Dr. Francis H., 208, 210, 227, 293, 359, 360, 401, 403, 404, 405, 412, 416
Rowton, H.C., 32
Rowton, J.G., 27, 46, 81, 82, 106, 263
Ruark, J.C., 36
Ruebush, J.K., 171
Rugg, Mrs. Ethel T., 227
Running Bear, F., 278
Runsicker, Martin, 403
Ruppert, P.A., 403
Rush, Homer J., 367
Rusk, C.E., 158, 191
Russell, Don, 158, 195, 288, 314
Russell, Mrs. C.E., 402
Russert, Martin A., 169, 176, 208
Rust, Henry J., 176
Rutledge, Jeannette W., 288
Ryan, Thomas, 336
Ryan, W.C., 388
Rye Creek, fight at, 47

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Sacajawea (also Sakakawea, pronunciation of, by Shoshones), 30, 242, 355
Saccacukoo, Lenora Jack, 252
Sack, J.R., 179
Sack, Samalee, 431, 432
Safford, C.J., 364
salmon:
fishing rights, 219
Indian narratives, 426, 429, 432, 433, 440, 441
Salmon River*:

and Captain Cullen, 81
crossing by Nez Perces, 101
murder on, 155
Nez Perce property on, 106
raid, 32
uprising, 287

Salta, Gladys W., 354, 360
Saluskin, (__?), 187
Saluskin, Alex William, 176, 378
Saluskin, Chief Charley (also Sa-lus-kin, Sluiskin, Sluskin, Sluskin We-owíkt, We-ow-ikt)*, 121, 339, 342, 356, 376, 378, 382, 420, 425, 428, 430, 431, 434, 437, 469
Saluskin, Jim, 416
Salzer, Paul, 342
Sam, Willie, 170, 171
San Carlos irrigation project (Arizona), 191
Sanders, Daisy, 399
Sanders, Mrs. G.W., 241
Sanderson, Ida, 317, 318, 319
Sandusky, Ohio, map of, 570
Saturday Evening Post, The, 486, 494
Sanford, Leo N., 257
Sanstrow, Louis, C., 349
Sat-kat (also One Pin, One Pine, One-pin-nee, son of Chief Wy-cas One-pi-née), 122, 127, 177
Schackman, R.C., 253
Satus Mountain, Battle of*, 124, 217
Scattergood, J. Henry, 32
Schafer, Joseph, 210, 228, 250
Schaller, Mrs., 391
Scheider, Malvina T., 290
Schmidtman, Mildred D.*, 237, 253, 261, 286, 294, 331, 358, 534
Schmitz, Frank O., 287, 294
Schorr, E.G., 55
Schorr, John P.*, 29, 55
Schultz, James Willard, 423
Schumacher, H.C., 32
Schurra, Carl, 36, 46, 242
Schuster, C.F., 184
Schuster, Harvey, 173, 179, 187, 336, 384
Schwartze, J.R., 227, 411
Schwellenback, Lewis B., 290
Sch-yówit, Jim [sic], 131
Scott, Beulah (Mrs. Christopher Pierce Scott), 270
Scott, Mrs. Clella, 412
Scott, Frank H., 340
Scott, Hugh Lennox, 86
Scott, Winfield, 27
Scout of the Buckonhehanon, The, about, 174
scouts, civilian, 101
scouts and couriers in Indian wars, 30, 32, 50, 56, 66, 68, 72, 82, 86, 101, 106, 122, 134, 172, 263, 374 [see also Indian(s), scouts; Nez Perce(s), scouts; Cheyenne scouts in Nez Perce War; Shoshone scouts in Nez Perce War]
Sealander, Clara, 191
Seattle, Chief, 398
Seay, T. Jackson, 148
Secretary of the Interior, Annual Report, 1877, 72, 83
Secretary of War, Annual Report, 1878, 131
Secretary of War, Report to the, 1855, 122
Seelatsee, Chief Frank (also Captain), 122, 234, 351, 385
Seely, Mrs. Tom, 169
Segers, Leah, 122, 261
Select Press, The, 215
Sells, Cato, 179, 336, 342, 347, 348, 353, 355, 359, 376, 377, 378
Se-lu-pah-lo-tin, Chief, 40
Seneca Trail, the, 558
Seven Mountains, Chief (also Chief Lesh-hi-hit Owhi, Leshi Owhi, Too-skas-pot-thah-nook; son of warrior of Nez Perce War of 1877, Chief Owhi)*, 38, 123, 124, 251, 359, 434, 437, 458
Shakers, 282, 358, 427
Shanks, General John P., 42
Sharman, Graham, 286, 358
Sharon, J.L., 120, 252, 287
Sharp, Joyce, 314
Shat-taw-wée (or Shat-tou-wée, meaning Leader in Battle; also Owl-Child, Alex McCoy, Alec McCoy, Ché-pos to-cos, Ché-pos-to-cos)*, 187, 234, 262, 334, 429, 430, 435, 482
(Shaver?), C.L., 204
Shaw, Ruth, 210
Shawaway, Alba, 352
Shawaway, Alex, 218
Shaw-aw-way Coot-ahy-ah, 336
Shearer, Mary Butler, 412
Shee-ah-coote (also Shee-ah-cotte, Chief Wy-cas One-pi-née, One-pin-née, One-piñ-neé), 127, 356
Sheepeater campaign, 50, 132
She-kamtsets-kunin, Sam (also Horse Blanket, Sam Morris), 105, 210, 211, 243, 430
Sheldon, A.E., 265
Sherburne, Joseph Herbert, 40, 48, 79, 243, 255, 358
Sheridan, Phil, 205
Sherman, Lois H., 32
Sherman, General W.T., 108
Sherrill, Bunch*, 242
Sherrill, Tom*, 242
Shin Bone (also Tow-tow-no Hené), 438 [see also legends and tales]
Sho-pów-tan (see McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil)
Shoshone scouts in Nez Perce War, 106, 172
Shosteck, Robert, 275
Shot-in-the-Head (also Husis Owyen, Wounded Head)*, 28, 534
Shot-in-the-Head, Mrs. (also Mrs. Shot-in-Head, Its-kum-che-lí-li, Pe-nah-we-non-mi, Helping Another)*, 38, 43, 274
Showalter, N.D., 213
Shriner, M.L., 186
Shuff, C.L., 403
Shuster, Louis, 122
Shutt, Muriel Rea, 288
Sickel, W.N., 215
Sieg, Paul, 315
Silitz Reservation, 222
Simpkins, Mrs. Lenora B., 234, 265, 402, 404, 411, 412, 413
Simpson, Burr H. 261, 358
Simpson, F.M., 169
Sin-i-tah, 422
Sioux, sketch of, 536 [see also Hollow Horn Bear; drawings]
Sioux uprising in Minnesota, 195 [see also Indian(s), wars, tribal]
Sisk, Mrs. R.C., 396
Sissem, E.G., 241
Sisson, E.O., 182
Sitting Bull*, 38, 59, 79, 486
Sitting Rock* (also I-keep-swah, Ie-keep-swah, Jim Peter, Wasco Jim Peter, Wasco Jim Peters, )*, 125, 127, 214, 364, 419, 422, 423, 427, 429, 432
Skibness, Marie, 412
Skiuhushu (also Red Fox, Rev. Red Fox), 191, 195, 214, 219, 225, 230, 231, 232, 353, 361, 381, 382, 384, 387, 388
Skouken John, Mrs., 420, 429, 430
Slagle, Clarence P., 274
Slawter, Harry, 146, 148
Sloan, Besse, 227
Sloan, Thomas L., 220
Slaper, William C.*, 42, 65, 69, 260, 263, 435
Sluskin, Chief Charley (also Saluskin, Sa-lus-kin, Sluiskin, Sluskin We-owíkt, We-ow-ikt)*, 121, 339, 342, 356, 376, 378, 382, 420, 425, 428, 430, 431, 434, 437, 469
Slutrone, H.C., 167
Smartlowit, Tom (also Smat-Louit, Smat-Lowit, To-kiaken Twi-wash, To-ki-aken, To-ki-akin, Ko-ti-aken, Toliaken Twi-wash)*, 122, 127, 420, 424, 434, 458
Smedberg, W.R. Jr., 96
Smith, Addison T., 380
Smith, Charles A., 109, 169, 250, 257
Smith, Charles W., 184, 274, 356
Smith, D.G., 227
Smith, David, 222, 404
Smith, David H., 25
Smith, Honorable Edwin P., 72
Smith, Emily K., 227
Smith, George E., 428
Smith, G.H., 404
Smith, Mrs. Joseph (Corinna) Lindon, 250, 275, 374
Smith, (J.L.?), 275
Smith, J.T., 223
Smith, N.J., 179, 374
Smith, "Soapy," 511
Smith, W.O., 354
Smithsonian Institution, 40, 178
Smoholla*, Chief, 172, 193
son of, 437
Smohollas, 396
Smyser, Selden, 237
Smyth, J.D., 184
Snahtups Ku La La (also Snah-Tupsh Ku-Lala)*, 124
Snake Creek, Battle of, 56
Snake River, 81
Snake River Park, 195, 252
Sniffen, M.K., 353
Snively, H.J., 404
Snodgrass, Leta, 146
Snyder, Mrs. G.G., 403
Snyder, John, 418
Society of American Indians, 205, 345, 348
Sokulk Indians, 128, 193, 270, 336, 349, 396, 437 [see also Priest Rapids Indians*; Wana Pum Indians*]
Solberg, Thorvald, 197
Soll, Rev. Frederic H.K., 169
Somers, John B., 250
Sommers, A.L., 213
Sommers, W.C., 283, 290
Sommerville, Captain John, 136
Sons of the American Revolution, 473
Soots, Orpheus C., 227, 403, 411, 412
Spalding, Elizabeth, 277
Spalding, Henry Harmon, 44, 277, 330, 506
Spalding Centennial Issue, Lewiston Morning Tribune, 506
Spalding Memorial Rock, 44 [see also legends and tales]
Spancer, Albert, 104
Spaulding, Victor, 268
Speck, Frank G., 211, 237, 290, 314
Spencer, Damon, 118
Spencer, Lancaster, 171, 173, 177, 192, 334, 336, 343, 344, 345, 348
Spencer, Mrs. Martha, 158, 412
Spencer, Chief William, 120
Sperlin, O.B., 48, 189, 205, 270, 274, 369
Spier, Leslie, 364
Splawn, Jack, 120
Spokane Indians, 349, 454
Springston, Mrs. J.D., 171, 200, 348
Spurck, Mabel, 403
"Spy of Corvallis, The," 82
Squire, Watson C., 471
Sta-hai, Bill (also Billie, Billy Stahies, Stayhai)*, 199, 422, 424, 426
Standing Bear, Chief Luther*, 158, 176, 211, 195
Standley, J.E., 191
Stanley, Edwin, J., 37 [see also Rambles in Wonderland, notes]
Stanley, John, 94
Star, Gilbert, 364
Star, Willie Red, 234
Starcher, Frank, 167, 378
Starcher, Hattie, 220, 283, 451
Starcher, V.F., 274
Starr, C.C., 360
Status of Young Joseph ,The, 33 [see also Wood, Major H. Clay]
Steele, Captain Russell V., 42, 290, 312
Stephenson, Delia Morris, 297
Stephenson, George,120, 358
Stevens, (General) Hazard, 209, 359, 378 [see also Stevens-Van Trump expedition]
Stevens-Van Trump expedition, 209, 356, 378 [see also Stevens, (General) Hazard; Van Trump, P.B.]
Stewart, W.W., 179
Stillman, William O., 227, 378, 401-404, 411, 412, 416
Stillwell, Lieutenant William D.*, 124
Stirling, M.W., 169
Stone, Willie, 171
Stonestreet, Elizabeth, 195, 210
Stout, R.L., 341, 378, 383
Strahorn, Robert E., 211, 358
Straley, T.B., 139
Stranahan, Charles T., 36, 44, 46, 48, 62, 69, 81, 105, 251, 270, 287, 301
Strandwold, Olaf, 270
Strayer, Martha, 215
Stratton, W.W., 410
Strongheart, Nipo* (also George), 27, 29, 40, 100, 149, 184, 189, 210, 214, 223, 235, 236, 250, 252, 287, 293, 295, 296, 297, 299, 300, 312, 338, 352, 354, 360, 381, 383, 390
Stuart, Jas., 330
Stuckrath, J.H., 227
Sturgis, Colonel Samuel D., 69, 90, 106, 108, 530
Stutler, Boyd B., 200
Sul-el-il (also Yakima George), 126
Summers, John W., 227, 230, 366
Sunday Oregonian, The, 40, 355, 393, 454, 460, 476, 482
Sundown, Jackson (also Jackson Buffloo)*, 177
Sunflower, Princess (also Warcaziwin), 193, 285, 312
Sun-Rise, Rita, 158, 198, 261, 274, 297
Sutton, I.C., 377
Swamp, Arthur, 369
Swan, K.D., 31, 290
Swartz, Nelson A., 200
Sweeney, Bo, 179
Sweeney, C.E., 298
Swigert, Charles H., 335, 336
Swindell, Jr., Edward G., 193, 220
Swisher, A.W., 235, 314
Swisher, Ed, 153
Swisher, J.B., 340

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Tacoma City Park, 273
Taholah Indian agency, 395
Tainewasher, John C., 288
tahmahnawis* power, 422-425, 430, 432, 435 [see also Indian(s), tahmahnawis* power; Yakima Indian(s), tahmahnawis* power; legends and tales]
Talbot, Mary Lee Keister, 281, 287, 301
Tallman, J.V., 169
Tásh-wenit (After the Thunder), 124
Tashwict, (Harry?), 191
Tashwict, Henry, 27, 179, 382
Tashwict, Ira, 170, 179, 187
Teakle, Thomas, 274, 384
Tecumseh, Chief (also Ya-ka-towit)*, 157, 193, 244, 290, 342, 487
Teio, Alex, 193
Telakish, Sadie*, 176
Temple, H.C., 171
Tennant, L.B., 290
Tes-pa-loose, 127
Thatcher, Pairsy Hall, 147
Tholekt, Chief George Peo-peo (also Bird Alighting)*, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 42, 43, 48, 49, 54, 56, 69, 70, 77, 79, 84, 95, 99, 106, 111, 112, 158, 170, 177, 187, 188, 190, 191, 210, 211, 218, 223, 232, 236, 251, 258, 297, 341, 348, 351, 356, 378, 384, 423, 430, 545
maps and drawings by, 519, 520, 522, 529, 532, 538, 555, 556, 562
Thomas, Anna McWhorter, 140
Thomas, Jr., Lt. Col. C.W., 122
Thomas, E.H., 281
Thomas, Gladys, 399
Thomas, R.E., 82
Thompson, David, 265
Thompson, George W., 410
Thompson, Hazel, 404
Thompson, Julia, 122
Thompson L.L., 227
Thompson, Samuel H., 283, 312, 332, 374
Thompson, W.E., 404
Thorndyke, Joseph A., 403
Thorp, F. Mortimer, 352
Thorpe, Jim, 312
Thunder Bird, Chief, 193
Thwaites, Reuben G., 139, 143, 158, 181, 186
Tilden, Samuel, 176, 237, 288
Timpson, J.W., 412
Tipi Order of America (also Tepee), 220, 361
rituals, 353
Tisdel, Alton P., 288
Tizs-klcr[sic]-not (also Yellow Hair), 56, 242 [see also Clark, Capt. William]
Tobey, W.L., 201
Todd, C.C., 158, 274, 315
Todd, Frederick P., 251, 358
Todd, Jr., J.W., 158, 176
To-kiaken Twi-wash (also To-ki-aken, To-ki-akin, Ko-ti-aken, Toliaken Twi-wash, Tom Smartlowit, Smat-Louit, Smat-Lowit)*, 122, 127, 420, 424, 434, 458
Tomeo (Tomio) [Kamiakun], Mrs. Arthur*, 219
Tooley, Keith, 348
Too-skas-pot-thah-nook, Chief (also Chief Lesh-hi-hit Owhi, Leshi Owhi, Seven Mountains; son of warrior of Nez Perce War of 1877, Chief Owhi)*, 38, 123, 124, 251, 359, 434, 437, 458
Toppenish (also Thappenish), 124, 220, 365, 426
Battle of*, 122, 124, 245, 299, 378, 434
battlefield marker, 337
Toppenish, Fort Simcoe &Western Railway Co., 347
Topping (Toppin?), E.S., 37
Topplish (White Earth), 129
Tow-tow-na-hee (also Tow-tow nah-hee, Tow-tow-na-hi)*, 216, 356, 434 [see also Union Gap*; Pah-qy-ti-koot, Battle Memorial*]
Tow-tow-no Hené (also Shin Bone), 438 [see also legends and tales]
Tracy, Inez, 192
Tragedy of the Wahk-Shum, about, 274, 355 [see also McWhorter, Lucullus Virgil, manuscripts]
treaties with the Indians, 33, 67, 75, 95, 99, 114, 117, 118, 125, 127, 193, 219, 333, 352, 356, 358, 396, 399
Treaty of 1855*, 95, 125, 193, 396 [see also Walla Walla Treaty of 1855; Yakima Indian(s), Treaty of 1855]
with Nez Perces, 95, 114, 117, 118, 399
with Umatillas, 114
with Wallas*, 114
with Yakimas, 114, 125, 127, 219, 333, 352, 356
Treaty of 1863, 67, 95, 99, 118
Tremp, A.A., 177
Troy, Mrs. P.M. Eva Sturdevant, 241, 365
Tucker, Edna H., 293
Tuesley, George N., 268
Tukurika Campaign, 132
Turner, H.C., 241
Turner, Dr. W.A., 56
Turner, W.F., 223, 231, 361, 378, 387, 388
Two Buttes, fight at, 356
Two Moons*, 28, 39, 421

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Ugen-mal-ligkin, [Chief]*, 242
Umatilla* Indian lands, 335
Umpqua Indian lands, first plowing, 377
Umstead, George G., 369
Umtoch, Chief (also Umtuch), 120, 128
Umtoch, Thomas (also Umtuch), 170, 190, 378, 385, 416
Umtoch, Thomas, Jr. (also Umtuch), 173
Umtoch, Tony (also Umtuch), 158
Un-a-quah (also August A. Breuninger), 208
Union Gap*, 216, 343, 356, 434 [see also Tow-tow-na-hee*; Pah-qy-ti-koot, Battle Memorial*]
Union Gap Irrigation Canal, 343
United Christian Missionary Society, 388
Upchurch, Major O.C., 27, 29, 62, 215
Upshur County, West Virginia, 558
Utah State Historical Society, 320

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Valentine, R., 345, 346
Valley Mountain (also Mrs. Valley White Elk*), 128, 158, 191, 208, 220, 226, 232, 341, 350, 361, 378 [see also poems and songs]
Van de Water, Frederic F., 268, 302, 358
Vanderberg, Victor*, 242
Vandersloot, J.E., 158, 230, 350
Van Dyne, A.L., 219, 228
Vanhorn, Ruby L., 200
Van Male, John, 169, 376
Van Trump, P.B., 209, 356, 378 [see also Stevens-Van Trump expedition]
Varner, D.D., 353, 366, 388
Varney, Mrs., 189
Varnum, Colonel Charles A., 68
Vaughan, Robert, Then and Now , notes, 37
Vermilye, H.P., 404, 412
Verran, William, 336
Vickrey, Charles V., 184
Vincent, George A., 179
Vincent, W.D., 40, 58, 133, 159, 172, 182, 184, 208, 210, 216, 220, 234, 241, 252, 281, 353, 447, 448
Vincent, Mrs. W.D., 382
Von Rothman, Rev. Black Hawk (also Black Hawk), 225, 361

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Waddell, Oscar M., 169, 288
Waggoner* family raid, 157
Waggoner, George B., 181, 200
Wahl, Lutz, 41, 42, 85
Wahlers, Evelyn,269
Walker, Alma B.B. (also Chow-lah-pum), 27, 431
Walker, Leon, 431
Walker, Mrs. Pearl Lincoln, 270
Wallace, H.F., 142
Wallahee, James (Chief Jim)*, 251, 359, 434
Wallam, J.H., 146
Walla Walla Treaty of 1855*, 95, 114, 117, 125, 127, 399 [see also Treaty of 1855]
Walletrie, J.R., 26
Walling, J.C., 403
Wallowa* County, 107, 378
Wallowa County Historical Society, 132
Wallowa County, place names, 251
Wallowa Indian Reservation, 44
Wallowa Lake*, 40, 430
Wallowa Valley, 58, 83, 188, 356
Walsh, E.A., 241
Walsh, M.J., 158
Walsh, Thomas J., 70
Walsie, Jim, 428
wampum, 191, 219
Wanamaker expedition memorial, 205
Wanamaker Indian scholarship, 363
Wana Pum Indians*, 193, 270, 369, 396, 437 [see also Priest Rapids Indians*; Sokulk Indians]
Wana-wish, Yakima River*, fishing rights, 396
Wana-wish (Water Rapids), 427[see also legends and tales, Killing of Wana-wish...]
Wannamsie, Peter S., 173, 383
Wapato* Irrigation Canal, 342, 343, 346, 380
Wapato, Paul G., 265
wapatoo (Indian potato), 203
Warcaziwin (also Princess Sunflower), 193, 285, 312
Ward, J. Lenox, 403
Ward, Mrs. L., 171
Wardle-(Ho no?), Clara, 404
Waring, Vetchen, 218
Warner, V., 140, 142, 144, 148
War Singer, (also How-lis Won-poon, Camille Williams), 29, 32, 34, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 62, 68, 78, 80, 82, 84, 104, 115, 119, 176, 193, 242, 288, 297, 382
Wasco Indian legends, 419, 422-424, 429, 430, 436
Wasco Indians, war with Paiutes, 125 [see also Paiute Indian War]
Wasco Jim Peter (also Wasco Jim Peters, Jim Peter, I-keep-swah, Ie-keep-swah, Sitting Rock)*, 125, 127, 214, 364, 419, 422, 423, 427, 429, 432
Washburn, Chas. H., 147
Washburn, Lloyd, 147
Washington, [George], 152, 279
Washington, P.W., 145
Washington Post, 447
Washington State Chapter of the American Humane Education Society, 405
Washington State College, 216, 306
Washington State Golden Jubilee, 310
Washington state*, historic names of, 427
Washington State Historical Society*, 131, 182, 189, 194, 195, 220, 223, 233, 234, 253, 270, 289, 290, 298, 303, 304, 310, 311, 313, 316, 320, 349, 355, 356, 364, 378, 383, 399, 457
Washington state, markers for battle sites*, 193; monuments*, 240
Washington State Museum, 189
Washington state place names, 121, 427
Washington state, Shaker ministers on reservations, 427
Wa-tash-nashute, Willer (also Winnie Wak tash nashute, Watosh nassuth), 171, 336
water rights*, 2, 122, 159, 185, 198, 209, 227, 237, 248, 250, 290, 297, 332, 334, 335, 336, 338, 339, 341-348, 350, 351, 352, 354, 356, 357, 358, 360, 370, 371, 374, 376, 382, 386, 425, 455, 462, 483, 493, 502 [see also irrigation* and water rights* on Indian lands, chiefly Yakima]
Waterman, R.M., 388
Waters, Mrs. George, 425
Waters, Mrs. M.L., 392
Waters, Chief Stwire G.* (also Rev.), 127, 177, 179, 190, 191, 193, 336, 341, 345, 347, 348, 351, 364, 382, 388, 419, 420, 422, 424, 435
Waters, Thomas*, 26, 28, 29, 32, 38, 39, 48, 62, 120, 171, 179, 188, 218, 223, 234, 242, 244, 268, 336, 341, 394
Waters, Williams (S.?), 223
Watson, Elmo Scott, 92, 189, 194, 253, 312
Wat-tes Kun-nin (also Earth-blanket), 104
Watts, C.A., 179
Webb, George W., 32. 36
Webber, Mrs. S.J., 401, 403, 404
Weeks, B.D., 27
Weeks, John W., 412
(Wehn?), James A., 242
Weikert, Andrew J., 37 [see also Yellowstone National Park , Journal of the Tour through in August and September, 1877]
Wel-lá-mot-kin (also Old Chief Joseph), 71, 74
Wells, A. Bancroft, 317. 318
Wells, William, 88, 187, 403, 404
Welsh, Herbert, 355
Wentzel, Wm.F.H., 404
We-owikt, Chief (also We-yah-wickt,Yow-wikt-kut, father of Chief Owhi), 123, 434
We-owíkt, Chief Charley Sluskin (also Saluskin, Sa-lus-kin, Sluiskin, Sluskin, We-ow-ikt)*, 121, 339, 342, 356, 376, 378, 382, 420, 425, 428, 430, 431, 434, 437, 469
Wesley, Chas. (Charli[e]), 177, 180
Wessen, Ernest J., 158, 241, 312
Wessen, Thomas E. Dewey, 158
West, O.A., 145, 146, 224
West, Roy A., 137, 154, 318
West Virginia* history, 1, 136, 137, 139, 140-149, 151-154, 157, 178, 184, 200, 269, 318, 358, 384
West Virginia, maps, 558, 570
West Virginia, native tribes, 139
West Virginia School Journal, 139
West Virginians, 139, 252, 355, 463, 503, 544
Wetmore, A., 40
Wetzel, Lewis (the Lewis Wetzel rifle), 377
We-Yallup Wa-ya-cika, Chief (also We-yal-lup Wa-ya-cika, We-Yallup Wayacikas, We-yallup Wa-ya-saka)*, 122, 125, 127, 193, 420, 425, 428, 455, 470, 472
We-yo-ka-sha-not (also We-yo-ka-sha-nat, Weyou-ka-sha-nat, We-you-ka-sha-nat, We-uk-sau-at, We-uk-san-at), 171, 188
Weyrauch, Paul H., 186
Whalen, Mrs. Nora B., 275, 418
What's Doing in this Great Northwest, 471
Wheat, T.W., 369
Wheeler, Harry W., 62, 345, 382
Wheeler-Howard Bill, 358, 396
Wheeler, William, 120
Wheelock, Dennison, 339
whiskey traffic with Indians, 192, 193, 356, 344, 345, 348, 382, 455, 458
Whitcomb, David, 213
White, Amelia E., 384
White, Charley, 430, 431
White, Compton I., 312
White, D.H., 274, 364
White, Mrs. Fred, 82, 169, 242
White, Colonel George, 72, 82
White, Iris, 403
White, Percy, 312
White, Rhoda M., 241
White, Mrs. Susie, 28, 176, 211, 215, 288
White Bird, Chief, 26, 38, 40, 43, 53, 71, 171, 192
White Bird, Mrs. (also Heyoom Teyat-kekt), 53
White Bird Battle*, 55, 83, 92, 101
White Bird Canyon*, 46
White Bird Country [sic] map, about, 26
White Bird, Idaho, 97, 111
White Coyote, 430, 432
White Elk*, Dr., 128, 226
White Elk, Mrs. Valley (also Valley Mountain)*, 128, 158, 191, 208, 220, 226, 232, 341, 350, 361, 378 [see also poems and songs]
White Hawk, Chief (also John Miller)*, 28, 48, 80, 82, 104, 110, 219, 237, 290, 291, 297
White, Mrs. Susie* (daughter of Shot-in-Head), 28
White Swan, Chief*, 127
White Swan* Indian Council, 348, 351
White Swan*, map of, 216, 531
White Swan Mission, 388
White Swan, Washington, 336, 356, 391
Whiteside, C.E., 285, 312
Whitethunder, Billy, 336
White Thunder (also He-mene Mox-mox, Yellow Wolf, Yellow Wolfe)*, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 41, 43, 46, 60, 62, 66, 82, 84, 98, 115, 119, 120, 158, 173, 180, 184, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 194, 210, 211, 218, 223, 232, 242, 244, 253, 258, 267, 274, 288, 312, 331, 336, 338, 341, 348, 351, 378, 382, 394, 430, 438, 520, 548 [see also Yellow Wolf, His Own Story]
White Thunder, Jasper (also Jasper Yellow Wolf/Yellow Wolfe)*, 180, 188, 192, 378
Whitfield, Matthew (also Kul-Kul Si-Yakth), 38
Whiting, H.S., 403
Whiting, John, 158
Whiting, J.S., 265, 296, 438
Whitlock, C.R., 29
Whitman Alumnus, The, 40
Whitman, Andrew, 26
Whitman College, Walla Walla, 510
Whitman, J.C., 80
Whitman, Marcus*, 40, 44, 365, 510
Whitman massacre, 81
Whitman, (Perrin?) B.*, 122
Whitman, Silas D., 26, 30, 173, 188
Whitmans, adopted daughters* of the, 40 [see also Whitman Alumnus, The]
Wholite, Billie Captain, (also Billie Captain Holite, Hol-Ite, Ho-lite, Holtite)*, 121, 336, 420, 423, 432, 434
Wigner, Piatt, 190
Wick, Henry, 200
Wilbur, Father, 372
Wilcox, C.S., 137, 139, 148, 384
Wilder, Everett E., 235
Wilder, Leopold L., 227
Wiley, Cecil A., 158
Wilkerson, N.E., 47
Wilkinson, Amos, 158, 211, 237, 248, 250, 261
Wilkison, Barnette H., 43
Williams, Albert, 31, 232
Williams, Caesar (also Lo-páh-hin, Lu-páh-hin, Lu-pah-hin, Lo-pah-kin)*, 27, 124, 125, 127, 162, 170, 171, 173, 177, 179, 187, 188, 189, 190, 192, 193, 211, 236, 334, 336, 338, 340, 341, 349, 353, 360, 364, 377, 378, 385, 416, 420, 422, 423, 427, 434, 548
Williams, Camille, (also How-lis Won-poon, War Singer), 29, 32, 34, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 62, 68, 78, 80, 82, 84, 104, 115, 119, 176, 193, 242, 288, 297, 382,
Williams, David*, 26, 173, 180, 188, 334, 341
Williams, Elijah, 223, 351
Williams, Harrietta Shelton, 358
Williams, F.A., 346
Williams, John H., 213
Williams, Kate (Mrs. Caesar Williams; also Mrs. Lupahin)*, 65, 125, 127, 131, 176, 232, 234, 236, 287, 336, 424, 427, 434
Williams, Mrs. L., 275
Williams, Paul, 170
Williams, Philip (also P.W. Williams), 43, 49, 56, 62, 341
Williams, Vern, 403
Williamson, Ralph B., 335
Wilmoth, L.D., 136
Wilson, Eugene T., 32
Wilson, Frazer E., 219
Wilson, Helen, 287
Wilson, Henry, 98
Wilson, L.W., 26, 173
Wilson, Colonel R.H., 211
Wilson, Richard H., 82, 391
Wilson, Sam, 170
Wilson, W. Wade, 36
Windsor, L.E., 404
Winegarden, Susan (Sue), 340, 447
Winershut, Jim, 170
Winners of the West, 51, 484, 500, 508
Wise, G.C., 403
Wishom Indians (also Wish-hom, Wishram), 262, 422, 424, 429, 430, 435, 436, 437
Wist, F.D., 403
Withers, Henry M., 167
Woman Grizzlybear (also He-yoom-yum-mí), 44
Wondering Wolf (also Mrs. Jennie M Lewis, J.M.), 158, 190, 192, 211, 232, 341, 349, 351, 378, 385
Wonders of Geyserland*, notes, 71, 194
Wood, Lieutenant Charles Erskine Scott (C.E.S.; also Col.)*, 36, 43, 56, 82, 87, 88, 92, 189, 264, 447
Wood, Mrs. F.M., 275
Wood, Luella D., 412
Wood, Mrs. Lynn A., 32
Wood, Major H. Clay (also Col.), 33, 83 [see also Status of Young Joseph, The]
Wood, Sara B., 92
Wood Wren, 215
Woodward, Helen P., 268, 287
Woolery, Mrs. Ella, 427
Worker's National Prison Comfort Club, 362
Works, John D., 347
Workum, Mrs. Ruth I., 227
World War I, 356 [see also Indian(s); Yakima Indian(s)]
World War II, 452 [see also Indian(s)]
Wot-tó-len*, 30, 38, 53, 56, 59, 70, 97
Worthen, Clifton B., 82
Wounded Head (Husis Owyen; also Shot-in-the-Head)*, 28, 534
Wounded Knee Campaign, 189, 215
Wo-watch-watch Indians, 427
Wright, Col.*, 68, 127
Wright, Dunham, 184
wyakin powers, 65, 106, 438
Wy-cas, Chief (also One-pi-née, One-pin-né, One-piñ-neé, Shee-ah-coote, Shee-ah-cotte), 127, 356
Wynaco, Louie, 231
Wyrick, Mrs. W.R., 402

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Ya-ka-towit (also Chief Tecumseh)*, 157, 193, 244, 290, 342, 487
Yakima Anti-Saloon Petition, 382 [see also Indian(s), petitions; Yakima Indian(s), liquor problem]
Yakima Bill, 371
Yakima city jail, Indians in, 131
Yakima County Humane Officer, McWhorter as, 227, 401-408, 410-412, 414-418, 474, 475, 479 [see also humane work]
Yakima County,
jail, 362
maps, 209, 543, 547 [see also Yakima Indian(s), Reservation, maps]
Yakima Daily Republic, The, 128, 164, 194, 198, 270, 273, 462, 493, 515
Yakima Daily Tribune, 376
Yakima Fair Grounds [sic], 279
Yakima George (also Sul-el-il), 126
Yakima Historical Society, 349
Yakima Humane Society*, 215 [see also Humane Society]
Yakima Indian(s)*: [see also Indian(s)]

affairs, 135, 200, 219, 245, 250, 336, 337, 339, 341-350, 352, 353, 356, 359, 360, 364, 368, 369, 370, 374, 376, 381, 384, 425, 455, 462, 473, 508 [see also Indian(s), affairs]
Agency, 335, 341, 365, 376
association, Consitution for, 384
biographical sketches, 127
cattle holdings, 389
celestial origin, 458
ceremonies, 122
chiefs, 127, 251, 356, 376, 425, 428, 434, 470, 472
Christian Mission, 361, 388
clippings pertaining to, 455
conditions, 373
councils*, associations, organizations, 180, 333, 336, 338, 339, 347,348, 351, 356, 372, 426
customs*, 419, 424 [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives]
disease and sanitation, ideas on, 367
draft, U.S. Army, 356
drawings of/by, 516, 524, 526
earth/underground houses*, 424
election of head chief, 347
famine, 424
farmer, 421
feasts*, 122, 185, 199, 421, 424, 426, 428 [see also Indian customs and beliefs, narratives; Indian(s), feasts*]
fishing* rights, 219, 338, 349, 352, 356, 396, 418, 455, 462 [see also Indian(s), fishing rights]
flint-chipping shop, 437
fortified village site, 437
grazing problems, 120, 343, 455
grievances, protests, petitions, 193, 219, 248, 250, 333, 336, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 347, 349, 356, 359

Yakima Indian(s)

history, tribal, 57, 122, 356, 369, 399
hunter omens*, 424 [see also legends and tales]
hunting rights, 339, 350, 356
in World War I, 356
irrigation* and water rights*, 2, 122, 159, 198, 248, 250, 332, 334, 335, 336, 338, 339, 341, 342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 350, 351, 352, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358, 360, 370, 374, 376, 437, 455, 462, 493 [see also irrigation* and water rights* on Indian lands, chiefly Yakima]
Jones Bill, 332
land and Japanese, 360, 366
lands; allotment, disposition, leasing, inheritance, swindle, and sale, 120, 128, 188, 193, 205, 216, 334, 336, 338, 339, 343, 344-347, 366, 390, 513, 531
lanaguage, dictionary fragments, 121, 123
legends and narratives, 199, 205, 419, 420, 422, 424, 426, 427, 429, 430, 431, 436, 437
McWhorter, L.V., tribal adoption, 193, 205
medicine dances, 427
medicine men/women, 423, 424
moneys, disbursement, 346
mourning customs, 424
pension claims, 344
"Petition to the President of the United States," 333
place names, 121
prophecy, 424
religion, 424 [see also Dreamer religion]:
Dreamer, 199
Shaker, 282, 358
Reservation*, 120, 159, 227, 248, 282, 332, 336, 343, 345, 346, 347, 348, 351, 354, 355, 358, 369, 376, 399, 402, 403, 404, 405, 412, 416, 428, 472

boundaries, 216, 333, 378, 531
Indian police, 122, 205, 565
maps, 216, 531, 547
problems with liquor, bootleggers, 344, 348, 356, 382
roads, 248, 345

scholarships for, 363
signs and omens*, 423, 424
sketches of, 524, 526
tahmahnawis* power, 423-425, 430 [see also legends and tales; Indian(s), tahmahnawis* power; tahmanawis* power]
trapping rights, 287
Treaty of 1855, 114, 125, 127, 219, 333, 352, 356
tribal court, 340
War of 1855*, 57, 122, 124, 126, 127, 256, 274, 294, 425, 434, 493
war dance*, 424

Yakima, mayor of, 410
Yakima, meaning of, origin, 124, 431
Yakima Park, 122, 273
Yakima, places of worship, 234
Yakima Morning Herald, 125, 372, 426, 431, 462, 464, 472, 485, 493
Yakima Reservation Water Users' Association, 348
Yakima River*, 124, 219, 345, 396
Yakima Territory
constitution (draft), 384
Yakima Tribal Council*, 336, 356
Yakima Valley, first settler/pioneers, 352, 434
Ya-pah-mox, 425, 472
Yellow Bull*, Chief, 56, 242
Yellow Hair (also Tizs-klcr[sic]-not), 56, 242 [see also Clark, Capt. William]
Yellowstone, 50, 65, 86, 542 [see also Nez Perce(s), War of 1877]

capture of stagecoach, 84
Cowan party incident, 27, 102
National Park*, 37, 71, 84, 102, 525, 552
River*, 68, 84, 530, 542
Valley, 40, 68

Yellowstone National Park, Journal of the Tour through in August and September, 1877, notes, 37 [see also Weikert, Andrew J.]
Yellow Wolf, His Own Story*, 4-10, 28, 29, 32, 34, 41, 84, 97, 113, 119, 189, 302, 307, 308, 309, 314, 317, 318, 491, 571
Yellow Wolf (also Yellow Wolfe, He-mene Mox-mox, White Thunder)*, 26, 27, 28, 29, 32, 41, 43, 46, 60, 62, 66, 82, 84, 98, 115, 119, 120, 158, 173, 180, 184, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 194, 210, 211, 218, 223, 232, 242, 244, 253, 258, 267, 274, 288, 312, 331, 336, 338, 341, 348, 351, 378, 382, 394, 430, 438, 520, 548 [see also Yellow Wolf, His Own Story]
Yellow Wolf, Jasper* (also Jasper Yellow Wolfe, Jasper White Thunder), 180, 188, 192, 378
Yellow Wolfe, Mrs. (also Ayatootonmi)*, 158
Ye-mow-wit (also Chief Jobe Charley Colwash), 430, 524
Yerkes, A.K., 36
Yes-to-lay-lemi, 420
Yetamoset, Chief*, 356
Yoder, A.H., 210, 224
Young, Sam, 336, 338, 340, 342-347
Yow-wikt-kut, Chief (also We-owikt, We-yah-wickt, father of Chief Owhi), 123, 434
Yo-yonen, Chief*, 437 [see also legends and tales]
Yum-tee-bee, Chief John (also Yoom-tee-bee, Um-tee-bee, Um-ta-pee, Bitten by a Grizzly Bear)*, 122, 125, 179, 180, 334, 343, 345, 346, 419, 420

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Zack, William, 403
Zanesfield, Ohio, missionary movement, 155
Zimmerman, Jr., William, 372, 395
Zioncheck, Marion, 389


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