"History and Stories of Nebraska"
by Addison Erwin Sheldon

Produced by Connie Snyder

INDEX

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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 | Y | Z


~ A ~

  • Acaanibas, 10.
  • Adams County, 85.
  • Aldrich, Governor Chester H., 288.
  • Alfalfa, 285.
  • Algonquin Indians, 228.
  • Allis, Rev. Samuel, 242, 243.
  • Alma, 288.
  • American Fur Company, 41, 167.
  • American Horse, 152.
  • Antelope County, 187, 266.
  • Antelope Creek, 261.
  • Apache Indians, 6.
  • Arapahoe Indians, 43, 117, 131, 228, 290.
  • Arbor Day, 206.
  • Arikara Indians, 37, 41.
  • Arikaree, 51.
  • Arickaree Fork, 131.
  • Ash Hollow, 149, 246.
  • Ashland, 7.
  • Assessment Grand Roll, 286.
  • Astor, John Jacob, 41.
  • Astoria, 41.
  • Astorians, 41, 55, 85, 292.
  • Atchison, 90.
  • Aunt Manuel, 38.
  • Aurora, 263.
  • Australian ballot, 277.


    ~ B ~

  • Bad Face Band, 146.
  • Bad Lands, 216.
  • Bandelier, Adolf T., 12.
  • Bank Guaranty, 287.
  • Baptist Missionary Union, 70.
  • Bartley, J. S., 279, 282.
  • Bassett, 273.
  • Battle Creek, 255.
  • Beal, Senator C. W., 197.
  • Bear, The, 98, 149.
  • Beatrice, 110, 257.
  • Beaver Creek, 47, 152.
  • Beecher, Frederick H., 133.
  • Beecher Island, 131.
  • Bellefontaine Cemetery, 40.
  • Bellevue, 52, 55, 59, 65, 88, 96, 118, 175, 238, 239, 243, 246.
  • Benton, Senator, 136.
  • Bienville, 219.
  • Big Elk, 46, 52.
  • Big Foot, 278.
  • Big Horn Mountains, 41, 146.
  • Big Horse, 25.
  • Big Sandy Station, 139.
  • Big Springs, 85.
  • Bills, Col. C. J., 281.
  • Birds, Early Nebraska, 64, 65.
  • Black, Gov. S. W., 253, 256.
  • Black Bear, 123.
  • Black Hills, 41, 79, 146, 152, 171, 265.
  • Black Moon, 80.
  • Black Republicans, 252.
  • Black Robe, 79.
  • Blackbird, 18, 26, 60, 226.
  • Blackbird Hill, 22, 26, 36, 59.
  • Blackbird Hills, 181.
  • Blackfoot Indians, 31, 42.
  • Blair, 264.
  • Blue Creek, 146.
  • Blue Rivers, 226Bonneville, Capt., 86.
  • Boone County, 95, 281.
  • Bourgmont, 13.
  • Bow River, 18.
  • Boyd County, 19, 169.
  • Boyd, Governor Jas. E., 276.
  • Branding Cattle, 271.
  • Bridgeport, 43, 120.
  • Bright Eyes, 175.
  • Broken Bow, 190, 193, 278.
  • Brown, John, 100.
  • Brownville, 111, 208, 246, 256, 264.
  • Brule Sioux, 97, 146.
  • Bryan, Wm. J., 280, 281.
  • Buchanan, President James, 110, 251.
  • Buck, Nelson, 108.
  • Buffalo Bill, 128.
  • Buffalo County, 89.
  • Buffalo, First Mention of, 3.
  • Bugeaters, 210.
  • Bull Bear, 147.
  • Burlington Railroad, 263, 269.
  • Burlington Strike, 273.
  • Burt, Governor Francis, 238.
  • Burt County, 159, 266.
  • Butler, Governor David, 129, 180, 260, 262.
  • Butler County, 89, 104, 118, 261.


    ~ C ~

  • Cabanne's Trading Post, 65.
  • California Trail, 42, 88.
  • Calumet Bluff, 27.
  • Camp Clark Bridge, 265.
  • Camp Creek, 100.
  • Camp Dump, 270.
  • Carlin, F. W., 193.
  • Carr, General, 125.
  • Casper, Wyoming, 42, 82, 286.
  • Cass County, 129.
  • Catfish War, 243.
  • Catlin, George, 21, 56, 59.
  • Catlin's North American Indian Gallery, 61.
  • Catlinite, 60.
  • Cattlemen, 270.
  • Cedar Bluffs, 251.
  • Cedar County, 18, 27, 104, 226.
  • Census, First, 240.
  • Census, Second, 243.
  • Central City, 92, 264.
  • Central Pacific, 138.
  • Central Route, 90.
  • Chadron, 126.
  • Chadron Creek, 154.
  • Charlevoix, 13.
  • Chaui, 114.
  • Cherry County, 187.
  • Cheyenne Indians, 37, 117, 122, 131, 145, 228, 290.
  • Cheyenne War, 199.
  • Cibola, Seven Cities of, 1.
  • Claim Clubs, 241.
  • Clay County, 85, 266.
  • Cody, W. F., 128.
  • Colfax County, 89, 118, 266.
  • Colonies in Nebraska, 251, 266.
  • Colter, John, 31.
  • Columbus, 8, 123, 254.
  • Comanche Indians, 12, 117.
  • Connor, General, 123.
  • Constitutions of Nebraska, 266, 289.
  • Co-operative Farmers' Union, 283.
  • Cooper Family, 160.
  • Coronado, Francisco Vasques de, 1, 218.
  • Cortez, 6.
  • Council-bluff, 26.
  • Council Bluff, 55.
  • Council Bluffs, 231.
  • Council Bluffs Indian Agency, 55.
  • Council Bluffs, Iowa, 77, 240.
  • Councils with Indians, 25, 27, 36, 45, 78, 80, 81, 148, 150, 151, 153, 156, 170, 181, 242.
  • County Option, 288.
  • Court House Rock, 120.
  • Crazy Horse, 126, 153, 155.
  • Cream Separator, 285.
  • Crete, 270.
  • Crook, General George, 126, 154.
  • Crooks, Ramsay, 41.
  • Crounse, Governor Lorenzo, 278.
  • Crow Dog, 155.
  • Crow Indians, 37, 41, 147, 227.
  • Crusaders, 266.
  • Cub Creek, 110, 257.
  • Culbertson, 118.
  • Cuming, Thomas B., 239, 251.
  • Cuming County, 159, 250.
  • Custer, General, George A., 126, 153.
  • Custer County, 193.


    ~ D ~

  • Dairy Farming, 285.
  • Dakota County, 15, 26, 251.
  • David City, 288.
  • Dawes, Governor J. W., 270.
  • Dawes County, 126.
  • Dawson County, 85, 89, 124.
  • Daylight Saloon Act, 287.
  • Democratic Party, 234, 251, 280.
  • Denver Trail, 89.
  • De Smet, Father Pierre Jean, 77, 87, 152.
  • De Soto, 218.
  • Deuel County, 47.
  • D'Iberville, 219.
  • Dietrich, Governor Chas. H., 282.
  • Direct Primaries, 287.
  • Dismal River, 128.
  • Dixon, Gladys, 201.
  • Dixon County, 269.
  • Dobies, 262.
  • Dobytown, 166.
  • Dodge County, 89, 158, 162.
  • Douglas, Stephen A., 233.
  • Douglas (Lancaster County), 249, 260.
  • Douglas Bill, 235.
  • Douglas County, 89.
  • Drought, Great, 274.
  • Dry Farming, 285.
  • Dugouts, 261.
  • Dunbar, Rev. John, 243.
  • Dundy, Judge, 174.
  • Dundy County, 187.
  • Dunning, 190.


    ~ E ~

  • Earliest Nebraska, 213.
  • Edmunds, Doctor, 189.
  • Eliza, slave, 101.
  • Elkhorn River, 25, 47, 95, 226, 242, 254, 269.
  • Emery, Robert, 139.
  • Ely, Rosalie (Lisa), 40.
  • Escanzaque Indians, 6, 7.
  • Essenapes, 9.
  • Esta Maza, 175.


    ~ F ~

  • Falls City, 100, 289.
  • Farmers' Alliance, 275.
  • Fetterman, Colonel, 150.
  • Fifth Cavalry, 125.
  • Fire Fighting, 135.
  • First Nebraska Book, 74.
  • First Nebraska Missionaries, 70.
  • First Nebraska Regiment, 256, 257.
  • First Schools, 243.
  • First Settlers, 238.
  • First Survey of Nebraska, 104.
  • Flood, Great of 1881, 269.
  • Florence, 88, 243.
  • Florence Secession, 250.
  • Flowers, Early Nebraska, 65, 82.
  • Floyd, Sergeant Charles, 26.
  • Fontenelle, Henry, 56.
  • Fontenelle, Logan, 94.
  • Fontenelle, Lucien, 94.
  • Fontanelle, 246, 254.
  • Fool-Robes-Son, 47.
  • Forestry, 283.
  • Forsyth, Col. Geo. A., 131, 278.
  • Fort Atkinson, 14, 50, 55, 239.
  • Fort Bridger, 199.
  • Fort Calhoun, 25, 52, 278.
  • Fort Childs, 165.
  • Fort Crawford, 199.
  • Fort Farnam, 199.
  • Fort Fetterman, 199.
  • Fort Gothenburg, 199.
  • Fort Hall, 199.
  • Fort Halleck, 199.
  • Fort Hartsuff, 199.
  • Fort Independence Rock, 199.
  • Fort Kearney, 89, 159, 199, 246, 257.
  • Fort Kearney, New, 165.
  • Fort Kearney, Old, 165.
  • Fort LaBonte, 199.
  • Fort Laramie, 81, 88, 97, 98, 123, 126, 147, 159, 167, 199, 237.
  • Fort Laramie, Council of 1851, 78.
  • Fort Laramie, Treaty, 81, 148, 151.
  • Fort Lewis, 199.
  • Fort Lisa, 37, 55.
  • Fort McPherson, 168.
  • Fort McPherson Military Cemetery, 198.
  • Fort Manila, 199.
  • Fort Pierre, 41.
  • Fort Robinson, 126, 152.
  • Fort Saunders, 199.
  • Fort Sidney, 199.
  • Fort Steele, 199.
  • Fort Wallace, 131.
  • Fort White River Camp, 199.
  • Fort William, 167.
  • Four Horns, 80.
  • Fox Indians, 290.
  • Francis, Charles, 196.
  • Fray Marcos, 1.
  • Free Silver, 279.
  • Free Soil Party, 110.
  • Freeman, Daniel, 110, 257.
  • Freeman, Miss Minnie, 163.
  • Fremont, John C., 56, 82, 232.
  • Fremont, 83, 118, 242, 246, 254, 264.
  • French and Indian War, 222.
  • Frenchman's Fork, 125.
  • Furnas, Governor Robert W., 208, 253, 257, 264.


    ~ G ~

  • Gage County, 85, 110, 257.
  • Gale, Dr. John, 175.
  • Garber, Governor Silas, 265.
  • Garden County, 44, 85, 89, 146.
  • Gates of Sheridan, 107.
  • Germans in Nebraska, 67.
  • Ghost Dance, 156, 277.
  • Gillespie, John G., 260.
  • Gilson, Mr., 188.
  • Goebel, Mrs. Adolph, 161.
  • Gold in Nebraska, 253.
  • Good Templars, 266.
  • Gosper County, 85.
  • Grain Shipments, 291.
  • Grand Island, 44, 85, 145, 272.
  • Grange, 265.
  • Grangers, 270.
  • Grant, President U. S., 152, 256.
  • Gnascitares, 9.
  • Grasshopper Constitution, 268.
  • Grasshoppers, 183.
  • Grattan, Lieutenant, 98, 149,199.
  • Gray Eyes, 51.
  • Great American Desert, 45, 231, 253.
  • Great Buffalo Plains, 231.
  • Greeley County, 266.
  • Grover, head scout, 132.
  • Grow, Galusha A., 110.


    ~ H ~

  • Half Breed Strip, 103.
  • Hall County, 85, 89, 145, 251.
  • Hamilton County, 266.
  • Harahey, 4.
  • Hard Winter, 246.
  • Hardy, 30, 117.
  • Harney, General, 149, 246.
  • Hastings, 264, 282.
  • Haumann, Hannah, 188.
  • Haumann, Retta, 188.
  • Haumann, Tillie, 188.
  • Hayden, Professor, 56.
  • Hayes County, 187.
  • Henry, 152.
  • Hercules, slave, 102.
  • Herd Law, The, 178.
  • Hitchcock County, 82, 118.
  • Holcomb, Governor Silas A., 210, 278.
  • Holt County, 162, 163, 187, 266.
  • Homestead, First, 110.
  • Homestead, Free, 255, 257.
  • Homesteads, 270.
  • Hopi Indians, 1.
  • Horse Creek, 78, 148.
  • Horse Stealing, 273.
  • Hot Wind of 1894, 274.
  • Howard County, 118, 160, 266.
  • Hudson's Bay Company, 35, 232.
  • Hunt, Wilson Price, 41.


    ~ I ~

  • Illinois Indians, 218.
  • Impeachment Trial, 278.
    INDIAN CHIEFS.
    • American Horse, 152.
    • Bear, The, 98, 149.
    • Big Elk, 4, 6, 52.
    • Big Foot, 278.
    • Big Horse, 25.
    • Black Bear, 123.
    • Black Moon, 80.
    • Black Robe, 79.
    • Blackbird, 18, 26, 60, 226.
    • Bull Bear, 147.
    • Crazy Horse, 126, 153, 155.
    • Crow Dog, 155.
    • Esta Maza, 175.
    • Fontanelle, Logan, 94.
    • Fool-Robes-Son, 47.
    • Four Horns, 80.
    • Gray Eyes, 51.
    • Iron Eyes, 175.
    • Itan, 70.
    • Knife Chief, 47.
    • Little Thief, 25.
    • Long Hair, 47.
    • Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses, 152.
    • Melhunca, 73.
    • Pani LeShar, 128.
    • Pawnee Killer, 108.
    • Red Cloud, 79, 123, 126, 146, 265.
    • Roman Nose, 133.
    • Shake Hand, 27.
    • Shines White, 172.
    • Sitting Bull, 79, 126, 152.
    • Spotted Horse, 199.
    • Spotted Tail, 126, 146, 151.
    • Standing Bear, 171, 176.
    • Struck-by-the-Pawnee, 27.
    • Tall Bull, 125.
    • Tecumseh, 35.
    • Turkey Leg, 125.
    • Two Crows, 181.
    • Wajepa, 182.
    • Whistler, 108.
    • White Bear, 51.
    • White Cow, 46.
    • White Crane, 27.
    • White Eagle, 173.
    • White Horse, 25.
  • Indian Council at Horsecreek, 150.
  • Indian Rights, 290.
  • Indian War at Pine Ridge, 277.
  • Initiative and Referendum, 288.
  • Inman, 163.
  • Iowa Settlers, First, 238.
  • Ioway Indians, 37, 46, 74, 75.
  • Iron Eyes, 175.
  • Irrigation, 285.
  • Isopete, 3.
  • Itan, 70.
  • Izard, Governor Mark W., 242, 250.


    ~ J ~

  • James, Governor W. H., 263.
  • Jefferson, Thomas, 24.
  • Jefferson County, 85, 104, 139, 266.
  • Johnson, President Andrew, 258.
  • Joliet, Louis, 219.
  • Jones, Ben, 41.
  • Julesburg, 90.


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