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WOOD, SURGEON WM. MAXWELL-Goes to Mexico City and
furnishes Commodore Sloat with information leading to taking
of California for United States, 125.

WOODHOUSE, DR. S. W.-Member of Capt. Sitgreaves' exploring
party, 264.

WOODS-Member of expedition from Tucson to join Henry A.
Crabb in Mexico, 331.

WORDSWORTH, W. C.-First Major-General of Arizona, 326.
WRIGHT, A. S.-One of organizers of Arizona Mining & Trading
Company, 278.

YANCY, JOE-Member of Arizona Mining & Trading Company's
exploring party, 278.

YAQUIS-Mention of, 10.

YOST-Indian Agent, conducts campaign against Navajos, 312 et
seq.

YOUNG, CLEMENT-Member of Boundary Commission Survey,

184.

YOUNG, EWING-Mention of, 107.

YUMA-First called Colorado City, then Arizona City, establish-
ment of, 252; survey of, 319, 352; description of by C. D. Pos-
ton, 319 et seq.; dispute between California and Arizona over,
321.

YUMA, FORT-First established, 237,

YUMAS-Visited by Father Kino, 60; induce Padre Garces to visit
their country and establish missions-revolt and kill priests,
72 et seq.; experience of Dr. Webb with, 237 et seq.; descrip-
tion of by Lieut. A. W. Whipple, 253; with Mohaves go on
warpath against Maricopas, 262.

ZACATECAS-Silver mines of, 27.

ZAGUATO-Town of visited by Espejo, 29.

ZALDIVARS-Relatives of Juan de Oñate and officers in his ex-
pedition, 34 et seq.

ZUBIA, CAPT.-Member of Oñate's expedition, 45.

ZUNIGA, DON IGNACIO-Description of affairs in Pimeria Alta,
78.

ZUNI RIVER-Capt. L. Sitgreaves makes reconnaissance down,
264.

ZUNIS-First mention of, 13.

ZUNI VILLAGES-Visited by Espejo, 28; visited by Oñate, 43, 48.
ZUTANCALPO-Acoma chief, 46.

ZUTUCAPAN-Acoma chief, heads revolt against Oñate's men, 44
et seq.

JAN 28 1918

ERRATA:

Page 198: Change "Guaymas" to "Isabel"

Page 198: Change "the major" to "a greater"

WARNER, SOLOMON-Early resident of Tucson, 345; establishes
first American store in Tucson, 346; establishes first flouring
mill in territory, 346.

WASHINGTON, COL. J. M.-Makes expedition against Navajos,
307.

WAYNE, MAJ. HENRY C.-Commissioned to purchase camels and
bring them to United States, 354.

WEAVER DIGGINGS.-Discovered by Pauline Weaver, Peeples
and Jack Swilling, 297.

WEAVER, PAULINE-Mention of, 94; one of guides of Mormon
Battalion, 138; discovers gold placers at La Paz, 297; one of
discoverers of Weaver Diggings and Weaver Creek, 297.
WEBB, DR. THOMAS H.-Secretary of Boundary Commission Sur-
vey, 184; experience with Indians after massacre of Glanton
and band, 237 et seq.

WEBSTER, DR.-Member of Arizona Mining & Trading Company's
exploring party, 278.

WEEMS, J. E.-Member of Boundary Commission Survey, 184.
WELLER, JOHN B.-Appointed by President Polk United States
Commissioner on Boundary Commission Survey, 183; super-
seded by J. C. Fremont, 183.

WELLS, J. H.-First controller of territory, 325.

WELLS Member of Boundary Commission Survey; wounds Del-
gadito, 229.

WHIPPLE, LIEUT. A. W.-In charge of engineers of Boundary
Commission Survey, 183; description of Yumas, 253; makes ex-
ploration and survey over 35th parallel, 265 et seq.

WHITE, WM. JR.-Member of Lieut. Whipple's exploring party,
266.

WICKENBURG, HENRY-Discovers Vulture Mine, 298.

WILBUR, A. P.—Member of Boundary Commission Survey, 184.
WILCOX, CAPT.-In schooner "Invincible" reaches mouth of
Colorado, 251.

WILKINS-Member of expedition from Tucson to join Henry A.
Crabb in Mexico, 332.

WILLIAMS, BILL.-Mention of, 94; gave name to Bill Williams'
Mountain and Bill Williams' Fork-pilot for Fremont-history
of and death, 102 et seq.

WILLIAMS, GEORGE- Member of Arizona Mining & Trading
Company's exploring party, 278.

WILLIAMS, W. W.-Early resident of Tucson, 345.

WILLOCK, LIEUT.-COL.-Commands forces in Mexican cam-
paign, 130.

WILSON, BENJ. D.-Survivor of band massacred by Apaches, 118.
WILSON, J. D.-One of organizers of Arizona Mining & Trading
Company, 278,

WILSON-Member of expedition from Tucson to join Henry A.
Crabb in Mexico, 331.

WIRTZ, DR. H. R.-Medical director for Arizona makes statement
as to killing of Bill Williams and Dr. Kent, 105.
WOLFSKILL, WILLIAM-Establishes "Old Spanish Trail," 99.
WOLLASTON, JOHN-Wounded by Indians, 276.

WOOD, SURGEON WM. MAXWELL-Goes to Mexico City and
furnishes Commodore Sloat with information leading to taking
of California for United States, 125.

WOODHOUSE, DR. S. W.-Member of Capt. Sitgreaves' exploring
party, 264.

WOODS- Member of expedition from Tucson to join Henry A.
Crabb in Mexico, 331.

WORDSWORTH, W. C.-First Major-General of Arizona, 326.
WRIGHT, A. S.-One of organizers of Arizona Mining & Trading
Company, 278.

YANCY, JOE-Member of Arizona Mining & Trading Company's
exploring party, 278.

YAQUIS-Mention of, 10.

YOST-Indian Agent, conducts campaign against Navajos, 312 et
seq.

YOUNG, CLEMENT-Member of Boundary Commission Survey,

184.

YOUNG, EWING-Mention of, 107.

YUMA-First called Colorado City, then Arizona City, establish-
ment of, 252; survey of, 319, 352; description of by C. D. Pos-
ton, 319 et seq.; dispute between California and Arizona over,
321.

YUMA, FORT-First established, 237.

YUMAS-Visited by Father Kino, 60; induce Padre Garces to visit

their country and establish missions-revolt and kill priests,
72 et seq.; experience of Dr. Webb with, 237 et seq.; descrip-
tion of by Lieut. A. W. Whipple, 253; with Mohaves go on
warpath against Maricopas, 262.

ZACATECAS-Silver mines of, 27.

ZAGUATO-Town of visited by Espejo, 29.

ZALDIVARS-Relatives of Juan de Oñate and officers in his ex-
pedition, 34 et seq.

ZUBIA, CAPT.-Member of Oñate's expedition, 45.

ZUNIGA, DON IGNACIO-Description of affairs in Pimeria Alta,
78.

ZUNI RIVER-Capt. L. Sitgreaves makes reconnaissance down,
264.

ZUNIS-First mention of, 13.

ZUNI VILLAGES-Visited by Espejo, 28; visited by Oñate, 43, 48.
ZUTANCALPO-Acoma chief, 46.

ZUTUCAPAN-Acoma chief, heads revolt against Oñate's men, 44
et seq.

JAN 28 1918

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