Adams, Dr. Sam, 48
Albany, N.Y., 43, 53, 79, 216
Allen, Ethan, plans and heads Fort Ticonderoga expedition, 3 ff.; birth, 23; brothers and sisters, 24; father's death, 26; with Col. Marsh's regiment, 26; iron furnace, 26; first marriage, 27; learns about Phillosophy, 28 ff.; inoculation experiment, 30; hauled into court, 30; charged with fighting, 31-3; mining venture, 31 ff.; ordered to leave Northampton, 32; cruises the Grants, 33; buys land, 42; at Albany hearing, 43; makes famous reply, 44; catches Yorker surveyor, 48; chastises Dr. Adams, 48; beats sheriff, 49; damns governor, 50; burns squatters' cabins, 50; is outlawed, 50; makes awful pun, 51; writes atrocity stories, 51-52; in Onion River Co., 64 ff.; destroys Yorker settlement, 68 ff.; builds forts, 69; threatens Durham settlers, 70; acts as judge, 71; reward for, is increased, 72; defies Governor Tryon, 73 ff.; has Hough whipped, 80; discusses coming war, 82; at St. Johns, 90; urges Congress to action, 92; interrupts sermon, 98; addresses Congress, 98; fails to head regiment, 100; becomes scout, 101; is captured, 106; his captivity, 113 ff.; visits General Washington, 132; returns home, 133; celebration for, 137; prevents lynching, 138; confiscates Tory estates, 140 ff.; writes Animadversory Address, 141; lobbies in Congress, 149; refuses to take test creed, 150; row with Levi Allen, 153; writes his best seller, 157; marches on Putney, 160; disturbs trial, 163; writes the Vindication, 172; writes the Concise Refutation, 174; buys powder and lead, 175; intrigues with British, 177 ff.; resigns commission, 180; warns Congress of action, 180; raises riots in York State, 182; writes the Oracle of Reason, 194; marches on Guilford, 196 ff.; his "terrible proclamation," 199; first wife dies, 20; meets Fanny Buchanan, 209; his second marriage, 212; plans to retire, 213; meets St. Jean de Crèvecœur, 216; goes to Wyoming Valley, 217 ff.; the Oracle appears, 225; refuses to aid Daniel Shays, 243; trades land with Ira, 244; has home built at Burlington, 245; goes to Quebec, 246; attends party at Cousin Ebenezer's, 248 ff.; his death, 251; funeral, 252; his children, 257-258
Allen, Ethan, Jr., 257
Allen, Fanny, wife, 209 ff., 258
Allen, Fanny, daughter, 213, 258
Allen, Hannibal, 245, 258
Allen, Heber, 24
Allen, Heman, 5, 24, 27, 46, 64, 100, 133
Allen, Ira, 24, 46, 54, 62 ff., 100, 135, 169, 183, 197, 202-203, 214, 246, 251
Allen, Joseph, 23 ff.

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