Into the Wilderness Dream: Exploration Narratives of the American West, 1500-1805

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Index
Aays (Indian province), 41
Abbey, Edward, 348, 384
Acaaniba, Kingdom of, 209, 211, 214-215
"Account of the Expedition of Oñate toward the East," 137-138, 145
Acha (Indian settlement), 72
Acoma Pueblo, 136-137, 141, 147-164
Acuña, Alferez Francisco de, 200
Acus (one of the Seven Cities), 49, 54
Adams, Arthur T., 167
Admiralty Bay ( Yakutat Bay), 326, 328, 331-332
After Coronado: Spanish Exploration Northeast New Mexico, 1696-1727, 224
Agabo de Ayala, Jose, 339-340, 342
Agreda, Maria de Jesus, 202
Aguilar, Alonso Real de, 227
Alarcón, Martín de, 216-217, 219-222
Alaska, 246, 256, 273
Albion, 92
Alcaraz, Diego de, 29-31
Aleman, Juan ( Indian leader), 59, 62
Algonquin Indians, 321-322
Almadén, Mexico, 95
Alsop, Richard, 370
Alvarado, Hernando de, 59
Amangual, Francisco, 334-335
Amulco (Acoma Indian), 155
Anian. See Straits of Anian
Anilco (Indian settlement), 43. See alsoNilco
Anniba (mythical Indians), 212
Antonio (Pueblo Indian), 191
Anza, Juan Bautista de, 285-286, 290-291, 295
Apache Indians, 65, 103, 140, 150, 187-188, 190, 197, 199-200, 225-229, 232-233, 284, 288
Apalachen (Indian settlement), 16
A-pist-a-wah-shish (Indian trapper), 319
Aquipguetin (Indian chief), 185
Aquixo (Indian settlement), 35-36
Arche (Indian settlement), 65
Archives of the Indies, 126
Archivo General de México, 196
Arctic Ocean, 346
Arellano, Tristan de, 68, 71
Arizona, 15, 197
Arizona Silhouettes, 196
Arkansas Indians, 180
Arkansas River, 336
Armijo, Antonio Durán, 226
Assenipoulac Indians, 183
Assiniboin Indians, 238-239, 242-244, 365
Assinipoil Indians, 267
Athabasca River, 277
Atlantic Ocean, 265. See also North Sea
Auchagah (Indian guide), 240-241
Aupusoi, 364-365
Avavares Indians, 21
A-y-chart Indians, 378
Babtest (associate of Peter Pond), 280
Badthing, 21
Baldwin, Percy M., 46
Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 271
Barkley, Captain Charles William, 324-327, 329-332
Barkley, Edward, 325-326
Barkley, Frances Hornby, 324-326, 329
Barkley Sound, 326-327
Barranca, 99
Barrionuevo, Francisco de, 61, 71
Beaglehole, J. C., 305
Beauchamp (crewman for Alexander Mackenzie), 353
Beauharnois, Marquis de, 238, 243, 245
Behring's Bay, 328
Bella Coola River, 347
Bempol (Apache Indian), 150-152, 154-155, 160-161
Bering, Vitus, 246-247, 250, 252-253
Bernalillo, New Mexico, 56, 188
Béxar, Texas, 334, 341
Big Horn Mountains, 236
Bigotes. SeeWhiskers
Bitter Man, The (Yuma Indian legend), 287
Black Hills, South Dakota, 236
Boatfield, Helen C., 167
Boca del Potrero, 98
Bolsa (Pueblo Indian), 191
Bolton, Herbert E., 81, 136-137, 196, 235, 273, 285-286
Boston (ship), 368, 379-381
Brandes, Ray, 257
Brazinas, de la Nava de, Marqués, 232
Brazos River, 334
Bridgar, Mr. ( Hudson's Bay Company governor), 175-176
British Columbia, 314, 347
Bucareli y Ursúa, Antonio María, Viceroy, 285-286

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