Overland in 1846: Diaries and Letters of the California-Oregon Trail - Vol. 2

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Abentore, 581, 756
Abernethy, George, 63, 598, 668, 750-1, 777, 788
Abert, James, 45, 373, 381, 763
Acres, Burlington, 145
Adams, A., 773
Adams, David, 753
Adams, Thomas, 697
Aguira, --, 534
Aird, --, 643
Alcove Spring, 209, 404
Alder Creek, 350, 357-8
Alderman, Albert L., 394
Allen, --, 397, 781
Allen, Betsy, 698
Allen, David (several so named), 397, 673-4, 677, 697-8, 780, 784
Allen, Isaac, 697
Allen, Thomas, 390, 694, 791
Allen, Wm., 784
Allis, Samuel, 220-1, 757
American Falls, 32, 127, 179
American Fur Co., 91
American River, 236, 273, 324, 726
Ames, Hiram, 201, 204-5, 214-5, 401, 410, 413, 422, 510, 699, 792
Anderson, Wm. Marshall, 431
Antelope Island, 45, 48
Antonio, Donner herdsman, 294, 367, 449, 728, 794
Applegate, Betsy, 635-6
Applegate, Jesse, 90, 128, 179, 190, 373-4, 386, 392-3, 465-6, 633, 662, 665, 667, 672-5, 680- 1, 687, 694, 752, 764, 766-8, 777-9, 781, 785, 798; letters by, 69, 634-8, 765-8, 796-7; articles signed "Z,"69-77, 768; waybills, 393, 638, 768
Applegate, Lindsay, 393, 635-8, 765-6; reminiscences of 1846, 77-87
Applegate, Lisbon, 69, 634-7, 765-7, 797
Applegate Cutoff, 65, 69-88, 90, 100, 116, 128, 160, 162, 179- 198, 233, 272, 392-9, 471, 571- 2, 634, 636-8, 662-84, 686-90, 694, 729-32, 751, 760, 764, 766-8, 774, 779-84, 790, 792, 797-8
Applegate Relief, 189-198, 669- 76, 679-84, 767
Aram, Joseph, 385, 748, 756
Arkansas, 26, 40, 459, 472-4, 509, 642, 644-5, 660, 760, 785, 787
Arkansas River, 44, 47, 62, 113-5, 459, 479, 488, 528, 645, 653, 755, 763, 769, 770
Armijo, Antonio, 288, 446
Armijo, Manuel, 511, 644, 649
Ash Creek, 153, 370
Ash Hollow, 69, 67, 107, 111-2, 125, 132, 213, 370, 383, 391, 409, 426, 572, 578, 651-2, 755, 764; "Hotel," 213, 391
Ashley, Otis, 224-5, 228, 415, 748
Ashley, Sallie M. (Mathers), 224-5
Ashley, Sarah E., 224
Astoria, 742
Aull, --, 510
Auvaux (Loutre) River, 163
Avery, J. C., 397
Bacon, John M., 752
Bailey, W. J., 464
Baker, John, 194-7, 398, 780
Baldroach, J. B., 191
Bale ("Bail"), Edward, 120
Bancroft, H. H., 30, 143, 199- 200, 307-8, 325, 398, 459, 744,

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