Vanguards of the Frontier: A Social History of the Northern Plains and Rocky Mountains from the Earliest White Contacts to the Coming of the Homemaker

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INDEX
Abilene, Kans., 452 ff., 461, 465 f., 469
Adams, Andy, 463
Advertising, Long Drive, 452
Agriculture, taught Indians, 115
Alaska, 254
Alcohol, 30 f., 67, 92, 109, 333, 367
Alder Gulch, 258 f., 264 f.
Alexis, Grand Duke of Russia, 431
Alkali Basin, 482
Alkali Lake, 333
Allason, W. J., 423
Allen County, Kans., 414
American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, 125, 142
American Fur Company, 1, 5, 8 ff., 18, 25 ff., 30 f., 33, 110, 125, 183, 365
Ammunition, 103, 317, 369, 379, 438
Amusements, 17, 21, 119; boatmen's, 164, 176; miners', 244, 248, 265, 268, 270, 272; telegraph construction crew, 304; stage-coach passengers, 330; bull-whackers, 354; logging camps, 397; surveyors, 418 f.; buffalo hunters, 444; cow-towns, 466; cowboys, 478, 493 f.; round-ups, 481, 485; ranchers, 494
Annuities, 111 f.
Antelopes, 89, 330, 354, 429, 446
Applegate, Jesse, 229
Arapaho Indians, 70
Ardmore, Neb., 473
Arickaree Indians, 17
Arizona, 497
Arkansas Bob, 492
Arkansas River, 43, 188 f., 198 f., 431, 433, 452, 512
Army, barracks, 77; assembly call, 78; regulations, 86; officers, 93; expeditions, 94-9; support Indian agent, 108; doctors, 93, 115
Armijo, Governor, 202
Armstrong, Moses K., 411 f., 421
Arrow, 53 f., 76, 298
Artists, 19, 67
Ash furnace, 149
Ashley, General William Henry, 8, 35, 40 f., 68, 515
Associated Press, 507
Astor, John Jacob, 1, 8, 162
Atchison, Kans., 219, 314 f., 320, 324 f., 329, 341 f., 345, 364 f.
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, 432
Attaghans, 151
Aubry, Francis Xavier, 288
Aubry, F. X., 167
Auctions and auctioneers, 268, 272, 478
Audubon, John James, 10, 19 ff., 511
Augur, General, 380
Austin, Moses, 146
Austin, Texas, 451
Axes, 26, 49, 94, 103, 114, 133, 188, 304, 366, 369, 393 f., 403, 414, 429, 434
Ayer, Missionary, 128
Badgers, 44, 89, 98, 464
Bad Lands of Dakota, 472
Baker, Jim, 48, 56 f.
Baking, 82, 231, 267; car, 375
Balen, Peter, 183
Ball, John, 58
Ball-playing, 90, 119, 133, 245
Balls, 17, 21, 151, 178, 210 f.
Baltimore, Md., 129
Band, 27, 93, 99, 178, 206, 208, 214-15, 244, 299, 383, 466, 469
Bandel, Sergeant Eugene, 79
Bankers, 271, 339
Bannack, Mont., 258, 264 f.4, 271, 284
Banner County, Nebr., 476
Baptism, 132; baptists, 133, 154
Barges, 5, 156 f.
Barnard, Frank, 467
Barnum, P. T., 242
Barrows, Surveyor, 421 f.
Barton, Captain Robert T., 338
Baseball (sea alsoBall-playing), 90
Bateaux, 5, 156 f.

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