Yellowstone and the Great West: Journals, Letters, and Images from the 1871 Hayden Expedition

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Index
Modern names for locations are used in the index
Absaroka Range, 110, 135, 263 n.8
Adams, Robert, Jr., 17-18, 106, 179, 181; Allen and, 68, 71, 90; biography of, 213; expedition accounts by, 21; with exploration team, 126; at Fort Ellis, 178; on Lower Falls descent, 263 n.9; on naming of Annie, 264 n.14; on passenger train to Ogden, 46; Peale and, 103; and Peale at Yellowstone Lake, 143; in Philadelphia, 204; Philadelphia Inquirer articles by, 18, 131, 238-39 n.39; plant specimens and, 42, 43, 57, 71, 102; returns to Bottler's Ranch, 155; in Salt Lake City, 53; on Schönborn, 204; at Spring Creek, 119
"Agricultural Resources of the Territories" ( Thomas), 207
Alder Gulch, Montana Territory, 9-10, 253 n.10, 255 n.29
Aldridge Lake, 174
Allen, Caroline Mary Rudd, 98, 101, 213, 253 n.8
Allen, Frederick DeForest, 101, 253 n.13
Allen, George Nelson, 5, 24-25; Biblical references of, 110, 256 n.32; biography of, 213-14; at camp at Ogden, 58-62, 64-69, 71; to Cheyenne, 40-41; collecting, 97; decline of, 210; at Elk Creek, 105-6; field notebook of, xviii, 1; at Fort D. A. Russell, 41-46; at Fort Hall, 248-49 n.19, 249 n.20; on
geological formations in West, 68-69, 73-74, 78-79, 80, 82, 86; Hayden's Fifth Annual Report and, 207; as Hayden's professor, 6, 216; Hayden summary to, 180-81; homesickness of, 77, 79, 88, 89, 96; to Hot Spring Creek, 104-5; journal of, xvii-xviii, 1, 37-92, 95, 243 n.8, 256 n.35; last days with Survey, 110-11, 112; on leaving Survey, 62, 99, 100-101, 103; letters of, xvii-xviii, 1, 43, 76, 81, 96, 103, 110; on Mormon Conference Meeting, 60-62; Oberlin College and, 87, 249-50 n.27; at Port Neuf River camp, 79-80; report to Thomas, 229-30; in Salt Lake City, 53-58; spirituality of, 43, 62, 69, 77, 78, 81, 87, 108, 111; on train from Omaha, 39-40; on train to Ogden, 46-52; unease/unwellness of, 81, 85, 90, 95, 104-5; on Virginia City, 99, 253 n.10; west to Fort Hall, 71-83. See also igneous rock; shells, collecting
Allen, Rosa, 98, 253; n.8
Allen, Stephen, 277 n.4.
Allen's Ranch, Jefferson Valley, 14, 277 n.4.
Alum Creek, 138
American Falls, lava at, 82
The Annie (Survey boat), 142, 151, 152-53, 159-60, 167; naming of, 264 n.14. antelope/antilope (Antilocapen americana), 40, 120, 121

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