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



Labor Record," 429
Ladd, Walter L., 777
La Grange, Isaac, 743
Laird, Otho E., 972
Lakes and parks of Bonner Springs, 322
Lallier, Eugene, 757
Lallier, Frank, 758
Landry, Joseph L., 1042
Lane, "Jim," 136, 230
Lane, Vincent J., 505
Lapse of six years, 420
Larson, Fred, 1024
La Salle, 4
La Salle discovers mouth of Mississippi, 4
Lasley, Jonathan H., 69
Last of a great family of warriors, 35
Last of a noble race, 44
Last stand of Shawnees, 30
Last to desert Quindaro, 262
Latter Day Saints church, Rosedale, 315
Laverie, William, 643
Law enforcement in 1859, 274
Lawrence, burning of, 352
Lawrence kidnappers, 230
"Lawrence Republican," 177
"Lawrence Tribune," 124
Laws, John A., 677
Lawyers of the early days, 293
Leading chiefs of the Wyandots, 73
Leavenduskey, Valentine, 632
Leavengood, D. J., 655
Leavenworth, Colonel Henry, 12
Leavenworth convention, 143
"Leavenworth Herald," 177, 423
Lecompton Constitution, 142
"Lecompton Democrat," 177
Leefrom, Joseph, 615
Leinbach, Charles N., 704
Lewis and Clark explorations, 6
Lewis, Meriwether, 6, 20
Library, boys' and girls' department, 395
Library, growth of, 393
Library, staff, 396
Library, uses of, 394
"Lightfoot" built for Kansas, 124
Limestones, 493
Lind, Olander, 680
Lindberg, Heming, 971
Link, Michael, 753
Lisa, Manuel de, 11
Literary and artistic women, 267
Little Blue, battle of, 215
Little Blue, fight on the, 215
Littick, George W., 906
Live stock market, 475
Lloyd, John, 736
Locamotive, first in Kansas, 448
Longfellow, Jacob W., 865
Long, Stephen H., 9
Long tramp, a, 186
Loring, 323
Louisiana Purchase, 12
Lovelace, Charles, 955
Lovelace, Charles W., 918
Lovelace, Eldridge H., 919
Lust, Edward, 756
Luther, Belton J., 731
Lutz, Ernest J., 899
Lyons, T. J., 943
Macadam roads in Wyandotte county, 283
Madison, congressman, tribute, 163
Maher, Daniel J., 916
Mailand, Jep H., 701
Mail, curious things in the, 467
Major Long's expedition, 9
Malolos taken, 241
Maloney, Matilda, 644
Maloney, Thomas, 644
Mank, John, 883
Manual training and industrial education, 387
Marty, Samuel C.. 881
Marxen, Adam, 776
Marxen, Henry A., 770
Masonic lodge, first in Kansas, 434
Mason, Lawrence J., 1037
Mather, Doctor, 398, 399; death of, 399; gifts to the young, 403; offer of accepted, 398
"Mather Hall," 400
Mather, Samuel F., 402
Matney, David B., 618
Matney, John R., 1007
Mausest, Father Gabriel, 4
Mayoralty election, first in Kansas City, Missouri, 112
Mayors of Argentine, 300
Mayors of Kansas City, 309
Mayors of Rosedale for thirty-four years; 313
Maywood, 324
McClean, James A., 589
McCleery, John A., 897
McClung, Charles L., 570
McDonald, Ernest, 752
McDonald, James M., 942
McDonald, John, 751
McFadden, John E., 616
McFarland, Robert J., 754
McGeorge, William, 686
McGrew, Governor, 260
McGrew, Henry, 872
McGrew, James, 867
McKay, Austin T., 553
McKenzie, Frank, 792
McKenzie, Robert, 793
McKeown, James F., 976
McMurray, Charles E., 980
McNarrey, John, 896
McWilliams, Charles A., 933
Meat packing companies, 480
Meat packing industry, 477
Medary, Governor, 143
Medical school and hospital, great, 316
Medical schools, 411
Medicine and surgery, 417
Meek, James M., 941
Menager Junction, 324
Mendenhall, Barry A., 855
Mercantile Club, 339
Merchant, John W., 739
Merriam, Willard, 590
Merriweather, Frederick W., 679
Meseraull, Samuel I., 534
Methodist churches burned, 346
Methodist Episcopal church, 343
Methodist Episcopal church South, 348
Methodist Mission of Shawnees, 47
Methodist Protestant church, 357
Metropolitan Hotel, 339
Metropolitan police, 308
Meyers, Albert J., 727
Meyn, Frederick, 953
Mid-continental industrial center, 472
"Middle Spot of North America", 182
Miller, A. F., 796
Miller, Charles A., 922
Miller, Henry, 969
Miller, Houston, 812
Miller, John H., 813
Miller, Orrin L., 912
Millspaugh, Harris K., 664
Milner, John O., 797
Mindedahl, Peter S., 671
Misenhelter, Thomas J., 1027
Mission graveyard, 49
Missions, social life about, 53
Missouri, first steamboat that ascended the, 9
Missouri Fur Company, 11
Missouri opinion of Kansas, 178
Missouri Pacific, first county grant to, 453
Modern farming, 496
Monahan, George, 688
Moncachtape, The Interpreter, 19
Moonlight, Colonel, guarded the town, 232
Moonlight, Colonel Tom, 232
Moore, James W., 561
Moore, John M., 511
Morgan, Perl W., 1052
Morris, 323
Morris, William A., 848
Morton, Isaiah L., 663
"Mother" Sturges, 268
Mountains, pathway to the, 173
Mudge, Benjamin Franklin, 255
Muncie,
323 Municipal electrical plant, 329
Municipal water works, 329
Murray, James P., 549
Muster into service, 248
Myers, Thomas E., 1017
Myers, William H., 558
Naschold, John J., 950
Naschold's Steam Bakery, 950
Nason, Zachariah, 967
Natural gas, 493
"Nebraska City News," 176
Nebraska's Delegates to Wyandotte, 175
Nebraska's many capitals, 174
Nebraska, part of, wanted to be in Kansas, 174
Needles, William, 909
Negro exodus, 232
Negro regiments, 198
Nelson, Andrew, 747
Nelson, John P., 568
Neudeck, Irvin R., 997
New Bethany Hospital, 414
New city hall, 330
New era, 28
Newhall, Sarah W., 790
Newhall, Martin H., 789
New Home Hotel, 339
New movements, 459
New post office building, 334
"News," 429
New St. Mary's church, 364
Newspaper first to be published in Kansas, 423
Newspaper for the Indians, 50
Newspapers, 422
Newspapers favored annexation, 181
New Terminal railway plans, 458
Newton, Julia D., 795
Newton, Periander C., 795
Nicholas, Harry J., 654
Nichols, Mrs. C. I. H., 259
Night and Day State Bank, 338
Night attack, 239
Night of terror, 231
Night schools, 385
Ninth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry, 195
North boundary of Kansas, 169
Northrop, Stephen A., 1001
Northrup Banking Company, 338
Northwestern Railway, 455
Notable voyage up the Kansas river, 124
Objected to the mining regions, 173
O'Connell, Paul J., 954
Odd Fellows, 437
Officers for twenty-eight years, 98
Official dog enumerator, 393
Official report of General Deitzler, 222
Officials of Kansas City, 309
Ohio Constitution followed, 151
Ohio Reservation of the Wyandots, 67
Oil distributing center, 484
Olander, John W., 998
Old church on Fifth street, 352
Old church re-organized, 347
Old Indian missions, 47
Old Fool Chief, 23
Old Palmer Academy, 382
Old Quindaro, 102
Old rolling mill, 316
Old steamboat days, 118
Old Wyandotte's early days, 87
Old Wyandot family romances, 74
Oldest church organization in Kansas, 346
Oldest house in Wyandotte county, 320
Olson, Oscar M., 684
Overland trails, 441
One hundred day men, 198
Organizers of the first Masonic lodge, 435
Organization of the county, 271
"Oregon Trail," 41
Origin of name Kansas, 18
Other civic organizations, 341
Other hospitals, 416
Other industries of Rosedale, 317
Other manufactories, 486
Other Masonic bodies, 435
Other Methodist churches, 348
Other religious organizations, 358
Other river ports out-distanced, 103
Other secret societies, 440
Other towns in Wyandotte county, 323
Ott, Miles W., 770
Our boys in the Philippines, 234
Our boys in the Second, 203
Outposts annoyed, 244
Outside of Kansas City, 312
Pacific lines, 443
Packing houses, 479
Painting of the Battle of the Big Blue, 220
Paradowsky, Joseph, 545
Parkman, 41
Parks and boulevards, Kansas City, 329
Parks, Captain Joseph, 36
Parochial schools, 390
Parr, James R. and others, 270
Part of Nebraska wanted to be in Kansas, 174
Pathway to the Mountains, 173
Pawnee Indians, 185
Peace relations end, 235
Pearson, Matthew E., 1013
Pennington Hotel, 339
Peoples National Bank, 338
Perkins, George A., 687
Perkins, John S., 958
Perkins, Robert H., 959
Peters, George A., 639
Peterson, August, 711
Phelps, Frank N., 646
Philippines, our boys in, 234
Physical and geographical features, 15
Physicians, 417
Picturesque little city, 313
Pike, Zebuloun Montgomery, 8
Pike's expedition, 7
Pike's instructions, 8
Pike's Peak region, 178
Pill Box, 417
"Pill box" and Dr. Root, 252
Pioneer missionary, 57
Pioneer for Kansas good roads, 317
Pioneer railroad telegrapher, 469
Pioneer tales of rail and trail, 460
Piper, 324
Platte the boundary, 174
Platting of Argentine, 299
Play grounds, 388
Poindexter, E. W., 926
Police commissioners. 310
Police department, 308
Police judges, 310
Polish church, 369
Political history of Wyandotte county, 271
Pollock, John C., 517
Pollock, Thomas A., 667
Pomeroy, 325
Population of Wyandotte county, 283
Porter, James E., 516
Post office building, 332
Post office building, new, 334
Post office of Kansas City, 332
Powell Clayton's command, 209
Prairie township, 281
Prather, Van B., 519
Pratt-Journeycake Memorial Library, 404
Pratt, Rev. John G., 57, 422
Preacher conductor's yarn, 466
Presbyterian church, 354
President Jefferson, 6
Press of the county, 422
Price, General, bold plan of, 214
Price, Sterling, 214
Probate judges, 277
Proclamation, governor's consolidation, 304
Prophet, 31
Prophet's death, 34
Pro-slavery party, 181
Protectors of the southern border, 210
Protestant churches of the county, 343
Public improvements, 300
Public Library, 663
Public library, city's great, 390
Puhr, Victor W., 742
Quaker mission, 53
Quakers, 52
Quantrell, 210, 228
Quindaro cemetery, 592
Ouindaro township, 282
Quindaro's famous side-wheeler, 125
Quivira, 318
Race to the coast, 444
Rail and trail, pioneer tales of, 460
Railroad building in Kansas, 441
Railroads, earliest, 449; extension of, 302; first chartered, 442
Railroad shops, 481
Railroad telegrapher, pioneer, 469
Railroad terminals, Rosedale, 316
Railroad values and trackage, 456
Railsback, T. Forest, 707
Railway yards, 457
Rainfall, annual, 16
Randall, Horace G., 961
Ran out of provisions, 185
Reader, S. J., painting by, 220
Ready-made houses, 97
Real estate boom, 110
Rebel Yell. 219
Record of Kansas regiments, 200
Reeder, Governor, came and went, 121
Reeder. Governor, welcome to, 132
Refused to include a part of Nebraska, 154
Registers of deeds, 277
Reminiscences of Father Kuhls, 373
Removal of the bishop's residence, 373
Reminiscences of the early days, 84
Re-organization of Kansas City Medical Society, 420
Representatives, 275
Republican "Whips," Ingalls and Simpson, 149
Residents in 1855-6, 90
Resolutions to Congress, 152
Return to peace, 116
Rice, William J., 510
Richart, Mrs. Sarah A., 390
Rieke, Charles, 982
Riley, James T., 1022
Riverview State Bank, 338
Roberts, William Y., 268
Robinson, Governor Charles, 135, 254
Robinson, Sarah T. D., 54
Rock Island Railroad, 455
Rohrbach, Frank C., 772
Roll of the convention. 148
Romances and folk lore of the Wyandots, 62
Romances of old Wyandot families, 74
Root, Dr. Joseph P., 252, 417
Rosedale, an independent city, 312; churches, 314; schools, 314; secret societies, 315; first start, 313; mayors for thirty-four years, 313
Rosedale State Bank, 338
Rose, Jacob, 794
Rose, Louis H., 945
Rose, William W., 878
Ross, Edward P., 535
Rush of population, 94
Rush of white settlers in 1854, 295
Rushton, George, 921
Russell, Roy R., 793

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