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Gray's Doniphan County history: A record of the happenings of half a hundred years. By P. L. (Patrick Leopoldo) Gray. Bendena, Kan.: The Roycroft Press, 1905. 3p. l. [11]-84, 166, [2] p. front., plates, ports. 24 cm.


Gray's
Doniphan County
History.

A Record of the Happenings of
Half a Hundred Years.

by
P. L. Gray


Copyright 1905, by P. L. Gray.

The Roycroft Press,
Bendena, Kansas.
1905.

TO THE MEMORY OF
THE COUNTY'S PIONEERS.
LIVING AND DEAD,
In grateful recognition of their heroic services
in transforming a savage wilderness
into a garden of peace and plenty,
This Book is respectfully
DEDICATED
BY
THE AUTHOR.

INDEX

Advertisements (in front)

PART I.

Brenner, 18.
Bendena, 56.
Center Township, 65.
Doniphan, 12.
Denton, 63.
Elwood, 23.
Fanning, 39.
Geary City, 20.
Highland, 38.
Highland Station, 33.
Iowa Point, 32.
Iowa Township, 29.
Leona, 54.
Norway, 51.
Purcell, 64.
Poets and Poetry, 73.
Severance, 45.
Stray Notes -
     Government Train - County Artists
     - Morley's Bank - Early Baptist
     Minister - Grand-daughter of
     Charboneau, 71.
Troy, 66.
Union Township, 62.
Wayne Township, 11.
Washington Township, 22.
Wathena, 25.
White Cloud, 35.
Wolf River Township, 40.

Illustrations

PART II.

Aboriginal Inhabitants, 27.
Atchison & Nebraska Railroad, 119.
Base Ball Game, 108.
Broken Bank, 116.
Boy's Adventure, 115.
Brave Girl, 54.
Boys of Kansas, 56.
Cheyenne Massacre, 129.
Church History, 164.
City Officers.
Clever with Gun and Pistol, 128.
Columbus Seminary, 33.
Coronado, 1.
County Histories, 22.
Court House Fire, 51.
Colonel A. G. Ege, 125.
Colonel D. L. Payne, 126.
Doniphan County Golgotha, 45.
Doniphan City, 66.
Doniphan Bandits, 158.
Doniphan County, 12.
Drouth of 1860, 36.
An Early Church Festival.
Early Elwood, 46.
Early Reminiscences, 155.
Emigrant Indians.
Fate of the Jayhawkers, 64.
Freeman Tragedy, 162.
General Doniphan, 12.
Golden Opportunity, 25.
Grasshoppers, 72.
Grange, 107.
Great Sleet, 107.
Hail Storm, 40.
Indian History, 7.
Indian Relics, 110.
Indians at the Fair, 115.
Is Your Teacher's Name Here? 123.
Joel Ryan, 117.
Kansas, 52.
Kansas Indians, 142.
Kaws on the Missouri (1724), 148.
Laura Nation, 114.
Lewis Tracy, 114.
Lost in a Snow Storm, 39.
Major Daniel Vanderslice, 41.
Marriage of an Indian Princess.
Melvin Banghn, 50.
Miscellaneous Sketches.
Mrs. L. M. Blackford, 139.
Newspaper History, 81.
Nutshell History, 85.
Oldest Kansans, 137.
Orange Blossoms (1875), 111.
Pen Sketches of Places and People.
Perilous Ride, 35.
Pony Express, 19.
Prehistoric Race, 58.
Platte Purchase, 5.
Pure Fiction, 26.
Quantrell, the Peddler, 161.
Reminiscence, 135.
Rain and Flood, 128.
Redpath and Lane, 37.
River Towns (1859), 43.
Romantic Elopement, 50.
St. Joseph and Elwood Bridge, 53.
Shooting of Wilson, 55.
St. Joseph & Topeka Railway, 73.
Some First Things, 15.
St. Valentine's Day (1863), 38.
St. Benedict's Parish, 120.
St. Joseph & Denver Railway Bond, 124.
St. Joseph & Grand Island Railway, 130.
St. Joseph's First Boomer, 138.
Some Early Birds, 140.
Squaw's Trail, 140.
Towns of the Past, 23.
Thomas Jefferson Southerland, 34.
Tales of Tragedy, 74.
Water Courses, 18.
Wind Storms, 112.
Wathena Berry Gardens, 124.
Weather Dates, 160.
Wolf River, 160.
Young Girl's Adventure, 134.

Advertisements (in back)

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