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HARTS, GREGORY P.—Member of First Legislative Assembly, 90.
HAYDEN, CHARLES T.--Mention of, 79.
HENDERSON, D. & CO.-Owners of one of first stores in Prescott,
HENSON_Shoots and kills Apache, 33, 35.
HIGGINS, NORMAN S.-Mention of, 79; member of First Legis.
lative Assembly, 90.
HINTON, FRANCISMention of, 80.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY—Incorporated by First Territorial Legis-
HITCHCOCK-Pioneer merchant of Prescott, 213.
HODGES, TOM-Opens first well-regulated saloon in Prescott, 196.
HOLADAY, G. M.-Mention of, 78; member of First Legislative
HOLLISTER-One of owners of “Prescott House," 36.
HOOPER, GEO. F. & CO.-Mention of, 78.
HOOPER, CAPT. WILLIAM B.-Mention of, 252.
HOPKINS, D. G. W.—Mining man, mention of, 228, 234.
HOPKINS, GILBERT W.-Member of First Legislative Assembly,
HORNER, CHARLES— Early business man of Yuma, 252.
HOWARD, JUDGE-One of two first lawyers in Prescott, 213, 249.
HOWELL, B. F.-Mention of, 79.
HOWELL CODE-Adopted by First Legislature, 92; divides Ter.
ritory into four counties, 93; mention of, 117.
HOWELL, JUDGE W. T.-One of first three Judges of Territory,
assigned to First Judicial District, 74; appointed commissioner
to draw up code for Territory and submits same, 117; receives
$2,500.00 for drafting Howell Code, 141; letters to W. A. Rich-
mond concerning mining in Arizona, 148 et seq.; resigns as
HUALAPAIS-Treaty made with by expedition sent to establish
Fort Whipple, 45; through mistake escort of Gubernatorial
Party attack Hualapais, 46.
HUGHES, FRED G.–Story of military expeditions to gold fields,
INDIAN RESERVATIONS—Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in
message, 113; provided by Congress but no appropriation made
for, 144; report of A. F. Waldemar on Colorado River reserva-
tion, 168 et seq.; opposed by War Department, 184, 185; set
aside by Congress, 186.
INDIANS_Kill George Goodhue, 32; Navajos attack and rob
expedition sent to establish Fort Whipple, 43; Hualapais make
treaty with expedition, 45; through mistake escort of Guber-
natorial Party attack Hualapais, 46; fight between members of
Gubernatorial Party and Tonto Apaches, 67; mentioned by
Governor Goodwin in message, 111 et seq.; expeditions against
hostiles, 113; Congress memorialized for appropriation to put
Indians on reservation, 142, 143; Moquis mentioned by C. D.
Poston in speech in Congress, 157; report on Moquis by Kit
Carson, 157, 158; description of Apaches by C. D. Poston, 159;
mention by C. D. Poston of Pimas and Maricopas, 160; men-
tion by C. D. Poston of Papagoes, 161, 162; Indians of the
Colorado, Yumas, Mohaves, Yavapais, Hualapais and Chemi-
huevis, number of, 163; attack wagon train of Solomon Warner,
237; killing of first in Yavapai County, 253; murders and raids
by, 254 et seq.; official report of expedition by King S. Woolsey,
against, 258 et seq.; kill J. W. Beauchamp, 267; report of King
S. Woolsey's second expedition against, 273 et seq.; official mili-
tary reports of Indian fights, 281 et seq.; "The Indians' Side of
the Question" by Mike Burns, Mobave-Apache, 288 et seq.
INDIAN SERVICE-Appropriation by 38th Congress for, 186.
JACKSON, CALIFORNIA-Mention of, 206.
JACKSON, HENRY D.-Member of First Legislative Assembly,
90; dies during session, 118.
JACKSON-Owner of restaurant at Gimletville, 35.
JACKSON-Runs boarding house in Prescott' in opposition to
"Virgin Mary," 212.
JAYCOX, HENRY–Member of King Woolsey's expedition against
JENKS, LOREN-Had first hay contract for Fort Whipple, 33.
JESUITS—Return of to San Xavier del Bac, 162.
JOHNSON, "HOG"—Has horse and deer stolen by Indians, 255;
killed by Mohave-A paches, 255.
JOHNSON, H. S.-Publisher of Rio Abajo Press, 29.
JOHNSON, LIEUT.-Mention of, 29.
JOHNSON, "POKER”—Takes subcontract for hay for Fort
JONES, G. W.-Mention of, 80.
JONES, SAMUEL J.-Mentioned in correspondence by Genl. Carle-
JONES, W. CLAUDE-Speaker of House of Representatives of
First Legislative Assembly, 90, 94; mention of, 92; farewell
address to First Territorial Legislature, 129 et seq.; one of
first two lawyers in Tucson, 249.
JOSE VICTORIANA SOLORSÉ—Chief of Papagoes, 162.
JUDICIAL DISTRICTS-Organized by proclamation by Governor
Goodwin, 74; mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message, 101.
JUNIPER HOUSE-First hotel and restaurant in town of Pres.
LARKIN—Mention of, 80.
LAUGHLAN, JOHN-Owner of first boot and shoe shop in Pres.
LAWYERS— First lawyers in Prescott, Coles Bashford and Judge
LEGAL-Howell Code adopted by First Legislature, 92, 117; legis-
lature provides for printing laws, 136, 137; Judge Howell re-
signs, Henry T. Backus appointed to succeed him, 246; Judge
Allyn resigns, Harley H. Carter appointed to succeed him, 246;
Chief Justice Turner resigns, John Titus appointed to succeed
him, 246; Hezekiah Brooks, first Probate Judge in Yavapai
County, 247; F. G. Christie, Clerk, and Van C. Smith, Sheriff,
247; little attention given to records of Courts, 248, 249.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY-Governor Goodwin issues proclama-
tion ordering election for members of, 75 et seq.; members of
First, 89, 90; adopts Howell Code, 92; Territory divided into
four counties, 93; convening of first, 94; officials of, 94; Gov.
ernor's message, 95 et seq.; Howell Code, 117; resignation of
Jose M. Redondo, 117; death of Henry D. Jackson, 118; fight
on location of capital, 118 et seq.; report of committee on
navigability of Colorado River, 119 et seq.; joint resolution in-
structing Delegate Poston to secure arms from Government,
also establishment of mail routes, 122, 123; report of committee
on education, 123, 124; memorial to Secretary of War only
measure vetoed by Governor, 124 et seq.; farewell message of
Governor to First Territorial Legislature, 127 et seq.; fare-
well address of Speaker W. Claude Jones, 129 et seq.; divorcos
John G. Capron, 131; divorces Dr. Elliott Coues, 131; estab-
lishes Country Road, 132; incorporates Toll Roads, 132 et seq.;
grants right for ferry across Colorado to Wm. D. Bradshaw, 135;
incorporates Arizona Historical Society, 135; makes appropria-
tions for schools, 135, 136; provides for publication of laws,
136, 137; creates seal for Territory, 137; incorporates Arizona
Railway Company, 138, 139; first appropriation Bill, 140 et
seq.; memorializes Congress to increase pay of officials and
members of Legislature, 141, 142; memorializes Congress for
appropriation for placing Indians on Reservation, 142, 143;
memorializes Congress for appropriation for improvement of
navigation of Colorado River, 143; first convened at Prescott,
198; passes resolution of thanks to King S. Woolsey for services
against Indians, 277.
LEIB, CHARLES— Defeated candidate for Delegate to Congress,
88; biography of, 88.
LEIHY, GEORGE W.-Member of First Legislative Assembly, 89;
killing of by Indians, 296.
LEON, FRANCISCO S.-Member of First Legislative Assembly,
LEWIS, M.—Member of King Woolsey's expedition against Indians,
LIBRARY_Commencement of Territorial and State, 250.
LIEB, DR. AND WIFE-Accompany expedition sent into Arizona
to establish post at gold diggings, 31, 211; widow afterward
marries Judge Hezekiah Brooks, 211.
LINCOLN, PRESIDENT—News of assassination of, 39.
LOUNT, GEORGE_With C. Clark, establishes first sawmill in
vicinity of Prescott, 216.
LOUNT PARTY-Arrival of, 210.
LOW, F. F.-Mention of, 146.
McCANNON, J.-Member of King Woolsey's expedition against
McCLAVE, MAJOR.–With King Woolsey in fight against In-
dians, 278 et seq.
McCORMICK R. C.--Secretary of Territory brings small printing
press to territory, 31, 46; his speech at Navajo Springs, 69, 70;
designs and brings temporary seal to territory, 138; one of
incorporators of Arizona Railway Company, 138, 139; pays
highest price for lot in Prescott, 207; furnishes supplies for
King Woolsey's expedition against Indians, 273.
McCORMICK, MRS. R. C.-Wife of Secretary of Territory, arrives
in Territory; dies in childbirth, 211,
McCRACKIN, JACKSON —Mention of, 80; member of First Legis-
lative Assembly, 90.
MCMAHAN-Assayer, mention of, 36.
McWARD, H.-Deputy Collector at Tucson, 236.
MAILS AND MAIL ROUTES-First mail 'from La Paz to Pres-
cott, 36; mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message, 110.
MALRON, ALEX.-Opens first day school in Prescott, 197.
MARICOPAS Mention of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress,
MARTIN, GEORGE-Mention of, 79.
MASON, CHARLEY-Mention of, 32.
MENASSEE, HERMAN—Mention of, 206.
MESSAGES—Governor's message to First Territorial Legislature,
95 et seq.; peonage, 98; judicial districts, 101; counties, 101;
revenue, 102; mines and mining, 103, 106; militia, 104;
schools, 104; railroads, 109; mail routes, 110; Indians, 111
et seq.; Indian reservations, 113; expeditions against hostile
Indians, 113; navigation of Colorado, 114; agriculture and
climate, 114; farewell message of Governor Goodwin to First
Territorial Legislature, 127 et seq.
MILITARY-General Carleton sends expedition into Arizona to
investigate gold discoveries, 3; sends another to establish post
at gold diggings, 31; establish Fort Whipple, 31; result of
withdrawal of, 217; official reports of Indian fights, 281 et seq.;
report of Asst. Adjt. Genl. Ben C. Cutler, 285 et seq.
MILITIA-Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message, 104.
MILLER, S. C. (SAM)–Ranch of mentioned, 32; with J. T. Alsap
and Con Moore attacked by Apaches, 255.
MINERAL CITY-Afterward Ehrenberg, establishment of, 153.
MINES AND MINING-Report of J. Ross Browne and James W.
Taylor on mineral resources of Arizona and California, 2
et seq.; general opinions of, 2 et seq.; report of Capt. Pishon
on gold discoveries, 53; mentioned by Governor Goodwin in
message, 103, 106; attempt by Congress to take over mines
of Arizona and Colorado, Sylvester Mowry's protest against,
146, 147; letters of W. T. Howell concerning, 148 et seq.;
descriptions of in letters of Jonathan Richmond, 218 et seq.;
his estimate of opening a mine, 238.
MISSIONS—Mention of St. Pierre, St. Paul, St. Matthias, San
Xavier del Bac and Santiago, 227.
MOHAVE COUNTY-Established by First Legislature, 93.
MONTEZUMA-Original building erected in Prescott, 213.
MOORE, CON–With J. T. Alsap and S. C. Miller, attacked by
A paches, 255.
MOORE, JAMES A.-Mention of, 80.
MOQUIŚ—Mentioned by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress, 157;
report on by Kit Carson, 157, 158.
MORMONS—Establish town of Callville, 252.
MOWRY, SYLVESTER—Protests against attempt of Congress to
take over mines of Arizona and Colorado, 146, 147; mention
MURRAY, WILLIAM R.-Mention of, 80.
NANNELITY—Navajo chief, mention of, 42.
NAVAJOS—Attack and rob expedition sent to establish Fort
NAVAJO SPRINGS—Arrival of Gubernatorial Party at and formal
organization of Territory, 65, 69.
NELSON, LIEUT.—One of officers with expedition sent into Ari.
zona to establish post at gold diggings, 31.
NOYES, E. 8.—Mention of, 80.
OLD FORT MISERY—First boarding house for miners in Prescott,
run by "Virgin Mary," 212.
ORGANIC ACT-Text of, 85 et seq.
ORGANIZATION OF TERRITORY-Mention of, 41.
OSBORN, JOHN B.—Messenger of House of Representatives of
First Legislature, 94.
OSBORN, J. P. AND FAMILY-Early arrivals in Prescott, 211.
OSBORN, NERI-Messenger of Council of First Legislature, 94.
OSBORN, WILLIAM J.-Mention of, 79.
OTT, CHARLEY-Mention of, 37.
OWENS, J. A.-Mention of, 80.
PAPAGOES—Mention of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress,
PATTIE, SYLVESTER AND JAMES—Mentioned by C. D. Poston
in speech in Congress, 178.
PECK, ED—Member of King Woolsey's expedition against the
PEONAGE--Mentioned by Governor Goodwin in message, 98.
PFEIFFER, CAPT. ALBERT H.-In fight with Indians, 284.
PHILLIPS, CHARLES A.-Mention of, 80.
PHILIPS, MAJOR JAMES A.-In command of escort of Guber-
natorial Party to Fort Union,
PIMA COUNTY-Established by First Legislature, 93.
PIMAS— Mention of by C. D. Poston in speech in Congress, 160.
PINOLE TREATY-Description of by Mike Burns, 304 et seq.
PISHON, CAPT. NATHANIEL J.-Commands expedition sent into
Arizona by Genl. Carleton to investigate discoveries of gold,
3; his instructions, 6, 7; reports to General Carleton, 26; accom-
panies expedition into Arizona to establish military post at
gold diggings, 31; his report on gold fields, 53; report on coun.
try, 53, 54.
POMEROY, LIEUT.-One of officers with expedition sent into Ari.
zona to establish post at gold diggings, 31.
POSTON, CHAS. D.-Elected First Delegate to Congress, 87, 88;
activities on behalf of Territory, 153 et seq.; speech in Con.
gress, 156 et seq.
POST ROADS—Established by 38th Congress, 185.