Covered Wagon Women: Diaries & Letters from the Western Trails, 1840-1849 - Vol. 1

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Index
Agriculture and crops: 37-38, 41, 43-44, 84, 88, 90-92, 107-08, 161; fruit trees, 152, see also farming, livestock, wheat
Alhambra Valley ( CA): 249
Allen, William: 245
Allen County ( OH): 189
American Falls (of Snake R.): 50
Antelope: 121, 167-68, 175, 179, 237
Apache Indians: 255
Applegate, Lindsay and Jesse: trail of, 49, 52
Apples: 91-92, 254-55
Argonaut: Calif. paper, 231
Arizona: 247
Arrington, Chris Rigby: 158, 186
Arrington, Leonard J.: 159, 186
Ash Hollow ( NE): 225
Baker, John and Elizabeth: 224
Balm of Gilead trees: 135
Bancroft Library: 22, 247, 249, 251n
Barrett, Katherine: 192
Bayley, Daniel Dodge: 31-33; land claim, 33
Bayley, Elizabeth (Betsy): 1849 letter, 31- 38; family, children, 31, 35; death, 34; left MO 1845, 35
Bayley, Mianda: marries, 33
Bayley (Bailey), Timothy, 31, 34
Beach, Dealia: Patty Sessions attends, 184
Beach, Rufus and Harriet: 161, 177
Bear River ( UT/ ID): 129, 182, 238
Bear Valley ( CA): 242
Bears: 73, 184; steal provisions, 79-80; in OR, 108, 147, 198; track of, 182
Beaver Creek: in KS/ NE, 166
Beef: 137, 139-41
Belknap, Corrington G.: 219
Belknap, George: 189, 216, 225
Belknap, Hannah: 201, 207
Belknap, Jesse and Jane: 190
Belknap, Jesse Walker: 190-92, 208, 216; wife Florence, 191; illness, 228-29
Belknap, Keturah Benton: commentary of, 189-229; children, 190, 201, 209; birthdate, death, 191; ill, 209, 211; assessment of, 228
Belknap, Lorenzo: 191, 193, 229
Belknap, Oren: 210
Belknap, Ransom and Makala, 210, 212
Belknap, Walter: 192
Benicia ( CA): 246, 248-49
Benson, Ezra Taft: 161, 178-79
Benton County ( OR): 193
Berries and nuts: 43, 57, 107-18, 127; see also currants
Bethards, George and Kesiah: 215, 219
Bethel Institute ( OR): 93
Big Wood River ( ID): 135
Binley, John Wesley: 161, 178-79
Black Hills ( WY): 125-26, 238
Blacks Fork River ( WY): 128, 181-82
Blacksmithing: 88
Blegen, Theodore C.: 17
Bloomer, Amelia: 15
Bloomington ( IN): 231, 234
Blue Mts. ( OR): 193
Blue River ( KS/ NE): 71-72, 236
Boats: on Columbia R., 140, 142-43
Boise River ( ID): 135
Bonham ( TX): 262
Brazos River ( TX): 251
Breen, Mr.: of Donner train, 75, 78
Brinkerhoff, James and Sally Ann: 185

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