Transcribed from History of Wyandotte County Kansas and its people ed. and comp. by Perl W. Morgan. Chicago, The Lewis publishing company, 1911. 2 v. front., illus., plates, ports., fold. map. 28 cm. [Vol. 2 contains biographical data. Paged continuously.]


Index



Eager, John L. B., 888
Eagles, 439
Earliest railroads, 449
Early day court scene, 288
Early day paymaster, 464
Early farm methods, 493
Early French and Spanish explorers, 2
Early history of Wyandot nation, 60
Early Kansas politics, 106
Early Kansas villages, 20
Early members of the bar, 290
Early time characters, 252
East boundary of Kansas, 168
Educational interests, 380
Edwards, Ninian, 27
Edwardsville, 323
Edwardsville State Bank, 338
Effect of school training, 407
Egan, Lewis M., 528
Eicholtz, Edward J., 670
Eighth Infantry, 193
Einhellig, William E., 819
Eldridge House, 339
Eleanor Taylor Bell Memorial Hospital, 316, 415
Election commissioners, 310
Elections before statehood came, 144
Eleventh Kansas Infantry, 196
Elliott, Samuel J., 995
Ellis, Floyd C., 808
Ellis, Frank S., 904
Elks Lodge, 439
Ely, Louis L., 981
Embry, Earnest H., 797
Emigrant Aid societies, 140
"Emma Harmon's" famous first trip, 123
End to steamboating, 128
Engineers, city, 309
Enright Edward A., 1015
Enright: Timothy J., 936
Ensley, Charles C., 606
Episcopal church, 353
Era of improvement, 327
Era of railroad building, 456
Erhardt, Philip, 1033
Espenlaub, Gottlieb F., 657
Every mail clerk a politician, 466
Ewing's Young Tom, regiment, 196
Exchange State Bank, 338
Excitement in Wyandotte, 451
Execution in Wyandotte, an, 284
Exodus, negro, 232
Expense of raising corn in Kansas, 501
Explorations of Lewis and Clark, 6
Explorers, early French and Spanish, 2
Explorers, trails of the, 1
Extensive railway yards, 457
Eyes of a nation on Shawnee mission, 134
Falconer, John C., 804
Falk, Henry, 682
Families in Kansas City, Missouri, ninety years ago, 109
Famous cavalry regiment, 191
Famous "four houses" 319
Famous Kansas Indian orator, 24
Famous Muncie holdup, 466
Famous old hall, 95
Farm and crop statistics for the county, 500
Farmers State Bank, Bonner Springs, 338
Farm methods, early, 493
Farm truck, 499
Farrow, Tiera, 965
Father Hennepin's wonderful map, 4
Father Kuhls' personality, 378
Father Kuhls silver jubilee, 364
Father Marquette, 2, 19
Faust, John W., 698
Fennell, James, 835
Ferguson, Roscoe W., 890
Ferguson, Winfield S., 575
Fidelity State Bank, 338
Field, forage and silo plants, 498
Fifth Kansas Cavalry, 193
Fifth Regiment Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, 203
Fifth street, old church on, 353
Fifth ward, 307
Fifty years under the Constitution, 160
Fighting Cavalry, 206
Fighting in the Ozarks, 208
Fighting to the death, 220
Fight on the Little Blue, 215
Figures show substantial growth, 327
Financial strength, 337
Fink, Bishop, 376
Fink, Samuel F., 784
First annual meeting of Kansas Medical Society, 419
First commercial center, 318
First county grant to the Missouri Pacific, 453
First court house, 279
First election, 130
First election of county officers, 273
First execution in Wyandotte, 284
First Fourth of July celebration in Kansas, 7
First glimpses of Kansas, 119
First governor of Kansas, 135
First industrial movements, 295
First Infantry Regiment, 190
First interurban railway, 337
First invasion, 134
First jurors drawn, 274
First Kansas Masonic lodge, 434
First Kansas Volunteer Battery, 199
First land agent, 256
First locomotive in Kansas, 448
First marriage in Wyandotte county, 74
First mart of trade in Kansas, annual output, 11
First mayoralty election in Kansas City, Missouri, 112
First mention of the Prophet, 33
First Methodist Episcopal church, Rosedale, 314
First Methodists in Wyandotte, 344
First National Bank, Bonner Springs, 338
First newspaper, 423
First newspaper in Kansas, 50
First officers of consolidated city, 306
First permanent white settler in Wyandotte, 88
First public improvements, 115
First public school, 381
First railroad started from Wyandotte, 448
First railroads chartered, 442
First real battle in Philippines, 239
First Regiment Kansas Volunteer Infantry, 202
First regular municipal election, 308
First rural mail delivery, Bonner Springs, 322
First session of Wyandotte district court, 287
First smell of powder, 238
First State Bank, Argentine, 338
First steamboat that ascended the Missouri, 9
First steam boat to navigate the Kansas river, 122
First taxes levied, 279
First ward, 306
First white child born in Kansas, 13
Fisett, L., 1009
Fleming, Pettis, 806
Flood of 1903, 327
Flour milling, beginning of, 473
Folk lore of the Wyandots, 62
Forbidding looking place, 96
Forsberg, Gustoff, 664
Fort Henry, 76
Fort Osage, 9, 11
Fort Riley, 14
Fort Sumter, 189
Foundries and machine shops, 481
Four broad avenues, 95
"Four Houses," 11, 319
Fourteenth Infantry, 197
Fourth ward, 307
Fraternal Order of Eagles, 439
Freedman University, 405
Free Masons, 43
Free State boomers started Quindaro, 102
Free Soilers, 176
Fremont expeditions, 13
Fremont, John C., 13
Frenchmen, first merchants, 10
Friedman, David, 774
Friend of the Indians, 426
Frisbie, L. G., 602
"Frisco" built, 447
Fromholtz, Adam, 522
Frugality and chief aim, 406
Frye, William E., 586
Fulcher, Benjamin W., 611
Fulton, James A., 876
Fur traders, 11
Future possibilities of Kansas City, 487
Galvin, James, 605
Garleck, William B., 563
Gaulke, Gustav, 716
"Gazette's" founder, 425
"Gazette Globe," 84, 426
Geary, Governor, on the scene, 141
General Deitzler's official report, 222
Gerlecz, James, 555
Gerner, George, 626
Glassock, Samuel S., 759
"Globe," 426
Goebel, Peter W., 801
Gonser, Karl, 735
Gosling, Lake, 7
Gottesbuenn, Henry L., 747
Government by commission, 310
Governor's consolidation proclamation, 304
Governor Geary on the scene, 141
Governor Medary, 143
Governor of Kansas, first, 135
Governor orders an election, 132
Governor Reeder came and went, 121
Governor Robert J. Walker, 142
Governor Shannon to the frontier, 137
Governor Stubbs on "Kansas," 161
Grafke, Henry O., 990
Grain elevators, 475
Grand Army of the Republic, 439
Grand View Sanitarium, 759
Granger lines, 443
Grasses, 497
Grasshoppers, 495
Gray, Alfred, 253
Gray, George M., 330, 1012
Gray, Homer B., 973
Cray, Mary Tenney, 262
Great American Desert, 12
Great Battle of the Blue, 213
Great civic demonstration, 301
Great medical school and hospital, 316
Great railway shops and terminals, 457
Great smelter, a, 299
Great soap manufactories, 480
Great steel plant, 485
Great Stilwell enterprise, 459
Great trade center, 109
Green, Charles W., 641
Greenman, Sarah J., 396, 663
Grinter, Ann, 88
Grinter, Moses, 88
Growth of litigation, 292
Growth of the library, 393
Grubel, Edward J., 786
Grund Hotel, 339
Gunn, Otis B., 260
Guthrie, Mrs. Quindaro, 103
Guyer, U. S., 843
Haff, John, 641
Hafner, George, 582
Haines, Dempsey S., 849
Hale, John A., 893
Hallett a railway genius, 452
Hallett assassination, 450
Hallett, Samuel, 452
Hannibal bridge, 117
Harrod, Otho N., 588
Hartig, Frank, 748
Hartman, Henry E., 598
Haskell, William H., 580
Hauber, Frank J., 1044
Hays, Henry C., 849
Heisler, E. F., 1050
Henry, Minerva, 785
Here three centuries ago, 18
"Herald of Freedom," 424
Heroism of Elizabeth Zane, 76
Hewlett, Charles B., 599
Hierarchy of Kansas, 375
Higgins, Richard J., 898
High schools, 386
Hilliard, James W., 947
Hinman, Aaron P., 630
Hipple, Jacob B., 513
Historic St. Mary's, 365
Hogin, James L., 1035
Holcomb, Frank M., 895
"Holdup" on the trail, 469
Hollingsworth, Frank, 648
Holmes, Alexander, 659
Holmes, Herbert J., 809
Home Guards, 202
Honest Indian, 23
Home life of Kansas Indians, 22
Home State Bank, 338
Honest Indian, 23
Hortsman, Christian F., 596
Horticultural statistics, 502
Hospitals and medical schools, 411
Hotels of Old Wyandotte, 339
Hotels on the levee, 116
Hough, Harry C., 878
Hovey, George U. S., 634
Hovey, John P. J., 634
How he became a Prophet, 33
How Quindaro lost out, 107
Hoxie, Mrs. Vinnie Ream, 267
Hughes, Peter D., 733
Huron cemetery, 81
Hurrelbrink, William, 649
Hutchings, Frank D., 1038
Hutchison, John B., 938
Hynes, Michael, 930
Hyoort, Oscar, 762
Ice manufacturing companies, 486
Ill-fated Twelfth, 205
Implement factories, 482
Indian lodge, 21
Indian Manual Labor School, 48
Indian missions, old, 47
Indian regiments, 200
Indians in the Fifth Cavalry, 203
Indian springs, 319
Industrial statistics, 487
Industries, 472
Ingalls, John J., 149
International Sunshine Society, 341
Interstate National Bank, 338
Interurban railway, first, 337
Irving, Washington, 40
Isaac Johnnycake, 44
Isaac Zane's Perpetual Motion Machine, 91
Isenburg, August, 740
Jackson, John L., 775
Jacks, Warden T., 531
Jacks, William, 532
James, A. R., 674
Jenkins, Caius, 269
Jennings, Francis H., 746
Johnnycake, Chief Charles, 44
Johnnycake, Isaac, 44
Johnson, August, 771
Johnson Brothers, 665
Johnson, Charles, 665
Johnson, Dave, 665
Johnson, Fred, 665
Johnson, Ola, 743
Johnson, Thomas, 47, 48
Johnston, Anthony, 999
Joliet, Louis, 3
Jones, J. Arthur, 992
Jons, Marx, 786
"Journey through Kansas," 14
Journey to the west, 402
Journey to Wyandotte, 188
"Joy Roads," 446
Judd, Byron, 256, 661
Judges, circuit court, 277
Judges, common pleas court, 277
Judges, district court, 277
Judges, probate, 277
Judges, second division district court, 277
Judges who followed Pettit, 292
Judges who played poker, 291
Kansas admitted to statehood, 157; colored regiments in, 207; expense of raising corn in, 501; first fourth of July celebration in, 7; first glimpses of, 119; first white child born, 13; in the rebellion, 189; made a free state, 154; smallest county in, 15; "Middle Spot of North America," 182; to the front, 236; early villages of, 20
Kansas, a dominant tribe, 19; Indian home life, 27; Indian lodge, 21; Indians here three centuries ago, 18
Kansas artist, a, 266
"Kansas Catholic" 427
Kansas City, Kansas, 295; banking interests, 337; incorporated, 297; lost its opportunity, 180; an oil distributing center, 484; parks and boulevards, 329; post office, 323; stock yards, 476
Kansas City Baptist Theological Seminary, 403
Kansas City Cut Stone Company, The, 972
Kansas City, (Kansas) boys, 250
Kansas City of today, 326
Kansas City, Missouri, 108
Kansas City Savings Association, 116
Kansas City Structural Steel Company, 299
"Kansas City Times," 181
Kansas City Town Company, 296
Kansas City University, 397
"Kansas Free State," 424
Kansas Indians, 17
Kansas Medical Society, act to incorporate, 417
Kansas merchandise landed at Quindaro, 104
Kansas-Nebraska Act, 130
Kansas-Nebraska bill passed, 131
Kansas Osages at war, 25
Kansas Osages treaty of peace, 25
Kansas papers indifferent, 176
Kansas patriotism aroused, 300 "Kansas Pilot," 426
"Kansas Post," 426
"Kansas Real Estate Herald," 426
Kansas River, abandoned by Indians, 27; first steamboat to navigate on, 122; scene at, 10; steamboats 126
Kansas Rolling Mill Company, 316
Kansas School for the Blind, 408, 409
Kansas State Bank, 338
Kansas State Editorial Association, 425
Kansas, the dominant tribe, 19
Kansas treaties, 26
Kansas Trust Bank, 338
Kansas war-time senator, 136
Kapka, Carl J., 1005
"Katy" System, 446
Kaufman, Frederick C., 704
Kaufman, Joseph R., 676
Kay, William S., 538
Kelchner House, 339
Keller, John J., 753
Kelly, David C., 835
Kelly, William Jr., 826
Kennedy, George D., 960
Keplinger, Lewis W., 1014
Kern, Henry H., 488, 1014
Kerr, Hanford L., 566
Kidnappers of Lawrence, 230
Killmer, James M., 823
Kindred, Joel C., 691
Klamm Park, 330
Kline, Calvin E., 672
Knights of Pythias, 438
Kopp, Christian, 750
Kuhls, Father, arrival of, 362; reminiscences of, 373

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