Annals Index - C

Cabanne, John Charles 49:1:94-99, 101-102, 104

Cabots from Boston 31:2:246

Cache de la Poudre River, Colorado 16:1:73; 17:1:25, 37-38, 52; 23:1:5; 23:2:9; 47:1:61, 63-74

Cache Valley 27:2:206

Cache Valley (Utah) 46:1:129; 58:2:36

Cademan, W. K. 30:1:109

Cadet Draw 46:2:177

Cadillac 66:3:2

Cadwell, Bill 19:1:52

Cady, Edwin H. 64:1:3, 5-6

Cady, Henry 39:2:183

Cady, Wilburta Knight (Mrs.) 33:1:115 (see Family Portrait)

Caff, Dominic 16:2:121

Cage, Nicholas 66:4:77

Cahill, Holger 52:2:35-36

Cahill, Margaret 37:1:31

Cahill, Michael 33:1:11

Cahill, T. Joe (Mrs.) 25:1:97; 27:2:226

Cahill, T. Joe 6:1&3:241; 25:1:97; 27:2:226; 59:1:44-45, photo 47; photo 65:2/3:7

Cahokia Mounds, Illinois 26:2:198

Cain, Avery B. (Captain) 38:1:7, 19-21, 29-29, 42, 46

Cain, J.D. (Reverend) 24:2:96

Caine, Benjamin 25:2:205

Caine, J. T., Jr. 58:2:32

Calahane, Victor H. 50:2:271, 285

Calais, Cully 45:2:171

Calamity Jane 32:1:89, 123; 32:2:222; 33:1:84; 33:2:222; 34:1:22-23; 37:1:86; 38:1:102; 42:1:93; 45:2:146,166-167; 64:2:59 (see also Canary, Martha Jane)

Calamity Jane and the Lady Wildcats by Duncan Aikman, review 60:2:61-62

Caldwell (Doctor) 32:2:190

Caldwell, Alice 43:1:11

Caldwell, Celeste 30:1:92

Caldwell, D. G. (Surgeon) 36:1:17; 44:2:193

Caldwell, Frank G. 62:3:13, 139

Caldwell, George R. 33:2:154; 37:1:10; 38:1:126

Caldwell, I. P. 22:1:32

Caldwell, Isaac P. 37:2:176

Caldwell, Jeff 52:2:53

Caldwell, Robert G. (Mrs.) 21:2/3:240

Caldwell, Robert T. (Doctor) 26:1:32

Caldwell, Samuel M. 26:2:162

Caldwell, T. G. (Doctor) 31:1:25

Caldwell, W. E. (Reverend) 24:2:100

Caldwell, Warren 60:2:45

Calendar of Papers in Washington Archives Relating to the Territories of the U.S. to 1873 by David W. Parker 16:1:46

Calgary, Alberta (Canada) 66:4:10

Calgary Stampede, Canada 26:1:30

Calhoon, D. G. 65:4:57

Calhoun 48:1:122

Calhoun, Joe 16:1:31

Calhoun lode 40:2:229, 233

Calico Hill 58:1:47

California 15:3:222, 292; 26:2:183; 34:1:55; 61:1:12-13, 15; 65:2/3:6, 7, 13-15; 65:4:24, 46, 54; 66:1&2:4, 36, 75; 66:3:21, 26; 66:4:6, 39 (see also Arizona v. California; Jared Fox’s Memorandum: Kept from Dellton Sauk County, Wisconsin Toward California and Oregon, 1852-1854; Journal of William Riley Franklin to California from Missouri in 1850; immigration to Oregon and California; Journey to California: The Letters of Thaddeus Dean, 1852; Martin Murphy, Jr., California Pioneer, 1844-1884; Overland to California in 1859: A Guide for Wagon Train Travelers; Overland to California Emigrant’s Guide to California; Philo White’s Narrative of a Cruize in the Pacific to South America and California on the U.S. Sloop-of-War "Dale", 1841-1843; To Utah With the Dragoons and Glimpses of Life in Arizona and California)

California factor 66:1&2:4

California gold fields 57:1:40-41, map 42, 43-44, 46, 52

California gold mines 21:2/3:113

California Gold Rush by John Walton Caughey, review 53:2:82

California Gold Rush 17:1:5, 13, 18, 49; 23:1:52, 58; 65:2/3:2, 7, 10-11, 14 (see also Dreams to Dust: A Diary of the California Gold Rush, 1849-1850; World Rushed In: The California Gold Rush Experience; Forty Niners)

California in 1859: A Guide for Wagon Train Travelers 59:2:8-10, 13-14

California Joe 54:1:45, photo 46 (see also Milner, Moses E.)

California Letters of Lucius Fairchild 31:21:173

California-Mormon Trails (see Oregon Trail and California-Mormon Trails. Fort Bridger to Wyoming’s Western Border, Trek No. 19 of the Historical Trail Treks)

California National Bank 51:2:15, 17, 19

California-Nevada Volunteers 28:1:86

California Oil 22:1:90

California-Oregon Emigrant Road 27:2:163

California Placer Mining Company 44:1:43

California Regiment 23:2:22

California Road 65:2/3:7

California State University 65:4:47; 66:1&2:37

California Trail 22:2:54, 57, 61-62; 23:1:58; 23:2:60-61; 25:2:186; 65:2/3:2, 7, 10, 12-14 (see also Oregon Trail route)

California Water Project 64:1:25

Calkins, J. K. 18:2:142, 158; 24:2:29; 26:1:14, 21

Call, Wilkinson 60:2:29

Callahan Place 18:2:127

Callaway, Lew L., Jr. (see Montana’s Righteous Hangmen: The Vigilantes in Action)

Callender, F. D. (Brevette Brigadier General) 36:2:183

Calling Thunder, Cleone photo 41:1:page following 72 (see also Arapaho)

Calling Thunder, William photo 41:1:page following 72 (see also Arapaho)


Calloway, Colin G. (see Indian History in Wyoming: Needs and Opportunities for Study; New Directions in American Indian History; review of Atlas of American Indian Affairs; Snake Frontiers: The Eastern Shoshones in the Eighteenth Century)

Calloway, S. R. 59:2:18, 21

Callwell, Sam 26:2:150-151

Calquist, Linney 30:1:92

Calverley, Arthur 18:1:90; 19:1:61

Calvert 40:1:88

Calvert, Kirk 15:1:19; 16:2:127

Camas Prairie, Idaho 28:2:201; 30:1:68, 81, 83; 33:1:26, 30, 35

Cambodians 66:3:21

Cambria 34:1:11, 21, 24, 28, 31 (see also ...and then there was one. The Story of Cambria, Tubb Town and Newcastle)

Cambria and Newcastle Railroad 29:2:158

Cambria Canyon 31:2:131

Cambria Coal Mines 4:4:399-401

Cambria Creek (see Little Oil Creek)

Cambria, Wyoming 64:2:61-62

Cambridge 3:1:110

Cameahwait 63:3:83, 90 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Camera 22:2:41

Cameron, C. 33:2:132

Cameron, John 43:1:71

Cameron, K. O. 58:1:3

Camerson, William (Private) 27:2:172

Camino, Martin (Mrs.) 32:2:251, 256

Cammerer, A. B. 42:2:157

Cammerer, Arno B. 50:1:35, 39-40, 45

camp life 30:2:139

Camp Augur (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Camp Bishop on the Wind River (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Camp Brown (see Brown, Frederick; FORTS AND CAMPS)

Camp Carlin 16:2:117, 124; photo 17:2:front cover, 157; 18:1:8, 10-11, 20, 49-50, 54, 61, 63; 27:2:177; 28:2:144, 145-150; 30:2:152 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS; Cheyenne Depot; MILITARY)

Camp Carlin by Charles D. Carey photo 28:2:144, 145-150

Camp Carlin fire brigade (see MILITARY)

Camp Carlin or Cheyenne Depot by Captain J. F. Jenkins 5:1:24-26

Camp, Charles L. (see Philo White’s Narrative of a Cruize in the Pacific to South America and California on the U.S.Sloop-of-War "Dale", 1841-1843)

Camp, Chas. 3:4:229

Camp, E. M. (Lieutenant)

Camp Jenny 7:1:340-343 (see FORTS AND CAMPS )

Camp Jenny by Chris Holley 7:1:340-343

Camp Stambaugh 1:1:6 (see FORTS AND CAMPS; Fort Stambaugh)

Camp Walbach (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Camp Walbach, Nebraska Territory, 1858-1859: The Military Post at Cheyenne Pass by Garry David Ryan 35:1:5-20

Campanella, Vince 52:2:38

Campbell (editor) 24:2:42

Campbell 19:2:81; 20:1:74; 30:2:211 (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Campbell, Anthony C. (Judge) 12:3:181; 15:1:38-49; 35:1:58; 35:2:147; 37:1:14, 17-18; 42:2:234; 51:2:18-19; 53:2:24, 33, 36-37; 54:1:11-12; 59:2:20-21; 66:3:32, 39 (see also Fading Memories)

Campbell, Charles A. 20:1:65; 65:4:28

Campbell, Charles R. 14:4:297

Campbell, Claude 45:1:82

Campbell County 26:1:83; 31:2:230, 232; 48:2:177; 54:2:16

Campbell County High School 26:2:215; 58:2:173

Campbell County Historical Society 26:1:91; 28:2:208, 210-211

Campbell County Senior Class 26:2:215

Campbell, Eugene E. (see Fort Bridger: Island in the Wilderness)

Campbell, H. O. 20:2:173

Campbell, Hugh 38:1:97

Campbell, J. A. 16:1:47; 20:1:62; 17:1:76; 18:1:61, 69; 20:1:63; 21:2/3:194; 23:1:76 (see also Rawlins Springs Massacre)

Campbell, J. L. 18:2:108

Campbell, Jack 20:2:173

Campbell, Joe (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Campbell, John A. (Mrs.) 34:1:88; 61:2:6

Campbell, John Allen (Governor) 1:3:14-15; 10:1:5-11; 10:2:59-78; 10:3:120-143; 10:4:155-158; 11:4:239-243; 13:1:77; 34:1:87, 93; 41:2:228, 275; 43:2:242, 251; 44:2:162; 47:2:155; 52:1:3-6, 8, 56; 53:2:26, 29; 55:2:19; 56:1:4-5, photo 8; 59:1:39; photo 61:2:4, 9; 62:1:6, 9-10, 13, 15-16, 21, 23, 27-28, 30, 33, 36-37 photo 38, 46, 50, 52, 54-55, 59, 63-69; 62:3:140, 142 (see also John Allen Campbell) Campbell, Malcolm S. photo 7:3:412, 417; 14:4:329; 15:3:248; 16:1:56; 28:1:64; 28:2:175, 178; 45:2:159; 50:1:34; 65:4:34 (see also Malcolm Campbell, Sheriff; Matthew Dobson Brown)

Campbell Museum 50:2:347

Campbell, Neal 39:1:72, 98, 103

Campbell, Robert 1:2:5; 15:3:227-228; 15:4:403; 17:1:6; 17:2:98, 101; 27:2:187; 30:1:46; 31:1:30; 31:2:241; 32:1:7, 105; 33:2:163, 172; 36:1:8; 36:2:171; 37:1:93; 42:1:80; 44:1:83; 45:1:8 (see also Discovering Wyoming; review of Vanguard of the Valley: A History of the Ten Sleep Country; review of Wyoming Mosaic: People and Places; Robert Campbell and Company; Selective Literary Bibliography of Homesteading)

Campbell, Robert L. 32:1:53-54

Campbell, Ruth 56:1:24

Campbell, Sarah "Aunt Sally" 51:2:48

Campbell, Thomas 19:2:111

Campbell, W. A. (Doctor) 28:1:25

Campbell, W. P. 20:1:59

Campbell, Walter 62:1:46, 66

Campbellite Church 24:1:56

Campbellites 65:1:26

Campfield, Aunt Fannie 28:2:188

Campfield, Uncle Matt 28:2:188

Campstool, Wyoming 29:2:157

Canada 21:2/3:118; 26:1:30; 65:1:50 (see also Directory: Historical Societies and Agencies in the United States and Canada, 1963)

Canada 66:1&2:9

Canada Bill 20:2:171

Canadat, Addie Hackworth 32:2:274

Canadat, Frank O. 32:2:274

Canaday, Robert 64:1:24

Canadian Pacific Railroad 66:1&2:2

Canadian Prairies-A History by Gerald Friesen, review 58:1:56-57

Canadian Rockies 66:1&2:2

Canadian traders 21:2/3:135

Canary, Martha Jane 16:2:141; 21:1:66; 21:2/3:226; 22:2:106; 24:2:89 (see also Calamity Jane; Calamity Jane and the Lady Wildcats)

Candlish, James 44:1:16

Candy Kid. James Calvin "Kid" Nichols, 1883-1962 by Lucille Nichols Patrick, review 42:1:122-123

Canfield 21:2/3:143

Canfield, James H. 18:2:149-150

Canfield, Leon 49:2:227-228, 233

Canfield, Nahum (Lieutenant) 45:1:107

Canfield, Nahum (Mrs.) 45:100, 107

Canning, Ray R. (see Genteel Gentile. Letters of Elizabeth Cumming, 1857-1858)

Canno Creek 21:2/3:146

Cannon Aeronautical Center 48:2:247

Cannon, Joseph G. 66:3:31

Cannon, Tom 24:2:86

Cannon, W. C. 24:1:79-80

Canosh (see Kanosh)

Canoso, Michael 27:2:226

Canterbury, Hazel 7:4:484

Cantinas, Meanea 26:1:28

Cantlin (Major) 46:1:117

Cantlin, Jim 29:2:184

Canton Bridge Company (Ohio) 58:2:47

Canton, Frank 15:1:48; 15:3:248; 20:1:80; 27:1:28-29; 65:1:2; 65:4:20, 30-31, photo 33, 45, 74

Canton, Frank M. 33:1:13; 35:2:132, 146-147, 160; 37:2:151, photo 152, 190; 38:1:61, 63; 39:2:181; 44:1:92; 45:2:157, 159

cantonment (see MILITARY)

Cantonment Loring (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Camp Connor)

Cantonment Reno (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Cantonment Reno (Wyoming) 66:1&2:12 (see Depot McKinney)

Cantonment Reno/Fort McKinney No. 1, New View of an Old Wyoming Post by Robert A. Murray 58:2:275-279

Canyon (Yellowstone National Park) 66:3:14; 66:4:50

Canyon Creek 23:1:68

Canyon Hotel photo 14:2:94

Canyon Junction 56:1:13

Canyon Ranger Station 14:2:95

Canyon Springs 38:1:84, 95-96

Canyon Village 65:1:49

Cape Cod (Massachusetts) 66:1&2:48

Cape of Good Hope 66:1&2:48

Capen, James 64:2:57

capital punishment 26:2:164; 27:1:27

Capital Building Commission 59:1:2-3, 8-9, 13

Capital Hydraulic Ditch Company 32:1:27

Capital Publishing Company 43:2:203

capitalism (see Charles Ilfeld Company, A Study of the Rise and Decline of Mercantile Capitalism in New Mexico; Golden Sword: The Coming of Capitalism to the Colorado Mining Frontier)

Capitalism on the Frontier by Carroll Van West 66:1&2:64-65

Capitol Building Commission 8:2:563; 26:1:94

Capitol Hill (Washington, D.C.) 66:3:56

Caplan, Daniel 27:2:238

Caplane, P. E. 22:1:89, 91

Capps, Edward 51:2:21-22

Capps, Mary 56:2:280 (see also Ascent of Inyan Kara Mountain, July 23, 1874)

Capps, Red 32:2:223

Captain Bates’ Battle by Hugh Knoefel 39:1:122-125

Captain King’s Centennial Year Look at Fort Laramie, Wyoming by Paul Hedren 48:1:103-107

Captain of the Grey Horse Troop by Hamlin Garland 22:2:40

captives 16:2:131-132

Capturing and Loading Buffalo engraving 66:4:54 (see also Historic Sketches of the Cattle Trade of the West and Southwest)

Car, Richard 28:2:155, 157

Carbon (poem) by Mrs. Charles Ellis 8:4:642-643

Carbon 5:2:52; 8:4:641; 34:2:233; 42:2:237; 44:2:160, 165-166 (see also Carbon; FIRSTS: doctor in Carbon; FIRSTS: Union Pacific Railroad coal mine opened at Carbon; Medicine Bow, Wyoming)

Carbon, A Victim of Progress 19:1:25-31; 25:2:191-192; photo 19:1:24, 25; 21:1:8

Carbon County 3:1:83; photo 6:1&2:168; 8:4:633-636, 641; 15:3:280-286; 19:1:25-26, 21:1:51-57; 28, 30-32; 21:2/3:187, 189, 196; 26:1:33; 26:2:111; 31:2:230, 232; 33:1:92; 33:2:153; 34:1:81; 35:2:129-130, 178; 42:2:225, 230; 48:2:177, 239, 242; 58:2:54; 64:2:42; 64:3/4:22, 54; 65:1:26 (see also Great Commoner of Carbon County; Pole Camp and Home of John Sublett at Elk Mountain, Carbon County; School District No. 2, Carbon County, Wyoming)

Carbon County Historical Society Chapter 31:1:107; 31:2:234-235 (see also State Historical Society)

Carbon County Copper by J. C. Kennedy 2:4:69-72

Carbon County Gold Mining and Milling Company 42:1:64

Carbon County Journal 15:3:280; 33:2:154; 65:1:26

Carbon County Museum 31:2:230; photo 65:1:34

Carbon County News 15:3:270; 26:1:94; 33:2:152-153; 35:1:98

Carbon County Public Library 27:2:226

Carbon County Stockgrowers Association 61:2:45-46

Carbon County Sunday School Convention 65:1:34

Carbon County Superintendent of Schools (see Shannon, F. P.)

Carbon House (see Hotels of Carbon)

Carbon mine explosion 17:1:83

Carbon State Bank 8:4:639

Carbon Timber Company 44:2:203, photo 205; 56:1:42, 47-48, 50-51

Carbon, Wyoming 7:1:343-361; 7:2:369-378; 8:4:633-641; 18:2:144; photo 19:1:24, 27, 29; 21:1:8-11, 21-22, 83; 59:2:22; 60:1:9 (see also History of Carbon, Wyoming’s First Mining Town; Life of Oscar Collister, Wyoming Pioneer; Ten Minutes at Carbon photo)

card games 21:1:30 (see also Eucre)

Card, Harry 54:2:50

Cardoso, Lawrence A. 58:1:68 (see also review of American Labor in the Southwest: The First One Hundred Years; Nativism in Wyoming, 1868 to 1930; review of Legacy of Conquest: The Unbroken Past of the American West)

Cardoso, Manuel Felipe (see Phillips, John "Portugee")

Career of Cheyenne-Black Hills Stage Line Owner by Inez Babb Taylor 11:3:222-227

Carey (see RANCHES)

Carey (Sergeant) 38:1:85, 102

Carey Act (1894) 6:4:314; 8:1:520; 8:2:547-586; 20:1:41, 46, 48; 26:1:35; 40:1:74-76; 50:2:321; 58:1:41

Carey Act Department 14:2:163-164

Carey Arid Law 20:2:117

Carey Avenue (Cheyenne, Wyoming) 66:4:7

Carey brothers 6:1&2:175; 6:4:313

Carey, Charles D., Jr. 35:1:25

Carey, Charles David 28:2:145-150; 20:2:173; 21:2/3:239; 26:1:32; 28:2:230; 35:1:25 (see also Camp Carlin)

Carey, Charles F., Jr. (Sergeant) 52:1:30

Carey, Elizabeth M. 35:1:25

Carey home (Joseph M.) photo 37:1:70

Carey, John F. (Doctor) 35:1:23

Carey, Joseph Maul (Judge; Governor; Senator) 2:3:58; portrait 3:3:176; 12:2:128-130; 13:1:65-65, 77; 15:2:156, 159; 16:1:52; 16:2:150; 17:1:56; 19:1:8, 10, 22; 19:2:73, 133; 20:1:12, 14, 16, 18-19, 23, 37, 41, photo 60, 70, 73, 80, 82; 21:2/3:226; 24:1:76; 24:2:23, 31, 116, 118; 26:1:35-36; 28:2:174; 33:1:85; 33:2:144; 34:2:143-144; 37:1:7, 9-10, 16, 35, 37, 40, 43, 45, 47, 49, 56, 70; photo 35:1:22; photo 37:1:6; photo 37:2:158; 40:1:66; 41:2:188; 42:1:81; 42:2:151; 52:1:3, 5, 8-12; 53:2:4, 14, 29, photo 30, 32-33; 54:1:16, 52; 57:1:38; 57:21:22; 58:1:26, photo 30; 61:1:4, 20-21, 26; 61:2:4; 62:1:30-31, 46, 50, 54, 57, 60, 63, 66; 64:1:24; sketch 65:4:30-31, 33; 66:3:24 (see also Commission of the Conservation of the Elk of Jackson Hole, Wyoming; In Memoriam; Joseph M. Cary and Wyoming Statehood)

Carey, Joseph Maul, II 35:1:25

Carey, Joseph Maul, III 35:1:25

Carey, Julia 61:1:5

Carey Land Act 53:2:14-15

Carey, Louise D. (Mrs. Francis Bon) 35:1:25

Carey, Robert 28:2:188

Carey, Robert B. 58:1:26, photo 30, 32-33

Carey, Robert Davis (Governor; Senator) 12:3:216-218; 35:1:23, 25; 39:1:65-66; 44:2:248-250; 59:2:200, 207; 54:1:28; 58:2:28; 61:1:5; 66:4:2

Carey, Robert Hood 35:1:21

Carey, Sarah Darlington (Mrs. Weber) 35:1:25

Carey, Theodore 35:1:25

Carey, William B. 30:2:149

Carey, William D. 66:1&2:2

Careyhurst, Wyoming 26:1:35; 29:2:158

Caribbean 65:1:25

Cariboo lode 40:2:229

Cariboo Trail (British Columbia) 57:1:43, photo 45

Cariso lode 40:2:227-228, 230-231; 44:1:31, 33, 38, 47; 44:2:283

Cariso Mine 623:1:4-6, 11

Carissa Mine 15:2:179; 30:1:43

Carl Adam Von Blessingh Collection by Eunice Catherine Hastie 4:4:401-403

Carl Russell Parcher Papers 65:1:53

Carla Ridge (Los Angeles, California) 66:4:36

Carland, Frank 39:2:258

Carlebach, Michael L. (see Origins of Photojournalism in America)

Carleton, J. Henry 42:1:15, 25, 31, 36

Carley, Ada 19:1:50-51

Carley, D. M. (Mrs.) 30:2:225

Carley, Kenneth (see Sioux Uprising of 1862)

Carley, Maurine 25:1:104-105; 27:1:89, 95; 221, 226; 28:1:94, 167, 208; 28:2:219-220; 29:2:188-189; 30:1:37-55; 30:2:221, 223-225, photo 226; 31:1:77-93; 31:2:213-236; 38:1:112, 117, photo 118; 39:1:137, 139; 39:2:212; photo 41:1:72; 46:2:263, 280 (see also Emigrant Trail Trek No. 10, Parts 1 and 2; Overland Stage Trail Trek No. 1; Emmigrant Trail Treks No. 11; Overland Stage Trail Trek No. 2; Emigrant Trail Treks No. 12; Overland Stage Trail Trek No. 3; Emigrant Trail Treks No. 13; Bozeman Trail Trek; Emigrant Trail Treks No. 14, 15; Cheyenne Trail Treks No. 16; Bridger Trail Trek No. 17; Oregon Trail Treks #1, #2, #3, #4, #5, #6, #7; Point of Rocks-South Pass City Frieght Road Trek No. 18; Oregon Trail and California-Mormon Trails. Fort Bridger to Wyoming’s Western Border Trek No. 19; First Fifty Miles of the Oregon Trail in Wyoming. Wyoming’s Eastern Border to Warm Springs Trek No. 20; Second Segment of the Oregon Trail. Cold Springs to Fort Fetterman Trek No. 21; Third Segment of the Oregon Trail, Douglas to Independence Rock Trek No. 21; fourth Segment of the Oregon Trail, Tom Sun Ranch to South Pass Trek No. 23; Fifth Segment of the Oregon Trail Trek No. 24; Salt Wells; Shoshonis, Sentinels of the Rockies)

Carlin, J. P. (Colonel) 18:1:55

Carling, Elias B. (Brevette Lieutenant Colonel; Colonel) 17:2:157; 18:1:8; 28:2:145-146, 148; 40:2:175, 182

Carlinville (Illinois) 55:1:4

Carlisle Barracks (Pennsylvania) 58:2:12

Carlisle, Bill 26:1:96

Carlisle, James H. (Mrs.) 27:2:226; 30:1:106; 30:2:225

Carlisle, William L. 8:3:602

Carlos Montezuma and the Changing World of American Indians by Peter Iverson, review 55:2:42-43

Carlson 50:1:15

Carlson, Bob 25:1:74

Carlson, Chip (see Tom Horn: "Killing men is my specialty..." )

Carlson, George H. 35:2:197

Carlson, Hazel 25:1:75

Carlson, Louis 48:2:189

Carlson, Vada F. 28:2:127-143, 230

Carlson, William 66:3:63; 66:4:25, 36

Carlton, J. W. (Major) 48:1:15

Carmichael (stockman) 17:1:56, 63; 27:1:108

Carmichael, Billy 4:3:344-345

Carmin 38:2:170

Carnahan, Earl W. (Captain)18:1:56

Carncross, Horace (Doctor) 44:2:242; 45:1:20

Carnegie Library 7:4:484; 13:2:158; 23:2:63; 24:2:99; 27:2:224, 226; 65:2/3:28

Carnes, John 44:1:91-92

Carnes, Millie (Mrs.) 44:1:92

Carney (see Kearny, Stephen W.)

Carneyville, Wyoming 29:2:158

Carnine, Harry 24:2:118

Carpender, Mary Elizabeth (see Fagan Ranch or Horse Creek Station)

Carpenter, A. B. (Captain) 36:2:179

Carpenter, Abiel 20:2:100

Carpenter, Arthur 4:2:308

Carpenter, Charles E. (Judge) 64:2:52-54

Carpenter, Ellen 3:3:191; 40:1:116-118; 44:2:282

Carpenter, Ellen M. (Miss) 26:1:54-55; 27:2:226

Carpenter, Francis 21:2/3:229

Carpenter, Helen 42:1:7, 13, 18, 32-33; 42:2:194, 196, 199, 202, 209, 218

Carpenter, Helen Tyrold (Mrs.) 9:2:701

Carpenter Hotel 40:1:116; 44:2:282

Carpenter, J. Ross 8:2:564; 54:1:54

Carpenter, James 27:2:221, 223, 238; 30:1:37, 43, 51-52

Carpenter, Jim 40:1:116, 118; 44:2:282 (see also Atlantic City)

Carpenter, Mary J. 27:2:226, 240

Carpenter, Nathan 20:2:99

Carpenter, Robert E. 15:2:123-124

Carpenter, S. G. (Lieutenant) 47:1:26

Carpenter, W. J. photo 65:4:cover, 3, 8

Carpenter, Wyoming 60:1:26

Carr 43:2:252, 255

Carr, E. A. (Colonel) 44:2:157

Carr, E. N. 34:2:207

Carr, Glen 30:1:20

Carr, James A. 26:1:60, 64

Carr, John 26:1:53, 60

Carr, Thomas Jefferson "T. Jeff" (U.S. Marshall) 12:2:149; 15:3:247; 18:1:77-78; 20:2:165-176, photo 166; 51:2:10; 59:2:21, 23

Carr, Tommy 35:2:150

Carre, Francis (see Reminiscences of an Indian War Soldier Who Served in Dakotah Territory, now Wyoming, from 1865-1866)

Carrigan, Thomas (Mrs.) 9:2:698

Carrigan, Thomas 9:2:698; 64:3/4:40

Carrigen Colletion 65:4:3

Carriker, Eleanor (see Army Wife on the Frontier: The Memoirs of Alice Blackwood Baldwin, 1867-1877)

Carriker, Robert (see Army Wife on the Frontier: The Memoirs of Alice Blackwood Baldwin, 1867-1877)

Carrington (Major) 19:2:112

Carrington (Mrs.) 18:2:109

Carrington, Albert 21:2/3:116, 121

Carrington by Michael Straight, review 32:2:268-269 (see also Carrington, Henry)

Carrington, Cal 55:2:30-32

Carrington, Edward 37:1:86

Carrington Expedition (1866) 31:1:48-49 (see also Carrington, Henry)

Carrington, Frances Courtney Grummond 32:1:121; 36:1:45; 38:2:226-227; 40:1:50-51; 63:2:47

Carrington, Henry B. (Colonel) 7:2:388-390; 17:1:9-10; 18:2:108, 110; 20:2:145; 31:1:51; 32:1:120-121; 32:2:268-269; 35:1:52, 60-61, 63-65, 67; 36:2:226-227, 230; 38:2:223, 225-226, 228; 40:1:43-45, 50, 53; 42:1:90, 92; 44:1:66; 47:1:26, 29, 45-47, 55; 51:2:41, 55; 55:1:39-41; 63:2:43, 45-46, photo 47, 49, photo 50, 51-53, 56, 68-69, photo 71 (see also Carrington)

Carrington, Margaret 45:1:101; photo 63:2:46, 48, 51 (see also Carrington)

Carrisa lode (see Cariso lode)

Carroll (soldier, Company D) 16:1:37

Carroll, Bill 40:2:260-261

Carroll, C.G. (Major) 2:4:79; 3:1:110, 112; 3:2:150; 3:4:231-232; 4:2:319; 4:4:408; 5:1:40; 5:2:79; 5:2&3:121-122; 5:4:161; 6:3:284; 7:2:402; 7:3:444; 7:4:483; 8:1:524; 8:3:604; 9:1:682; 9:3:763 (see also History of the Wyoming National Guard)

Carroll, Carroll 64:1:25

Carroll, Eugene T. 50 2:363; 54:1:84 (see also John B. Kendrick, Cowpoke to Senator, 1879-1917; John B. Kendrick’s Fight for Western Water Legislation, 1917-1933; Wyoming Senator John Benjamin Kendrick: The Politics of Oil, Public Land and National Park Legislation in the1920s)

Carroll, James (Mrs.) 17:1:82

Carroll, James 17:1:82

Carroll, John 33:1:8-9

Carroll, John A. (see Probing The American West)

Carroll, John F. 18:1:85, 87-88; 24:2:37; 33:2:145; 35:1:58; 37:1:4-5, 7, 9, 12; 49:1:57, 60; 66:3:45

Carroll, Maggie 17:1:81; 26:2:111

Carroll, Matt 51:2:50-51

Carroll, Murray L. (see Governor Francis E. Warren, the United States Army and the Chinese Massacre at Rock Springs; Tom Horn and the Langhoff Gang)

Carroll, Orville W. (see Fort Stanwix. History, Historic Furnishing and Historic Structure Reports)

Carroll, Theresa E. 11:4:297

Carroll, W. P. (Justice) 13:4:362; 64:2:46

Carsey (Doctor) 65:1:16

Carson, Alta May 32:2:172

Carson, Christopher "Kit" 32:1:7, 110; 33:2:161; 43:2:277; 44:2:84-85

Carson County 26:2:188-189

Carson, Edward 11:1:66

Carson, Iris 26:2:213

Carson, Jack 25:1:71

Carson, Kit 1:1:5; 5:2&3:81; 15:3:265, 290-291; 15:2:136; 17:1:15; 18:2:93; 21:2/3:184; 25:1:70-72, 74, 76; 28:2:173; 29:2:225; 30:1:46; 46:1:31; 59:1:56; 60:2:3, 6 (see also Kit Carson, A Portrait in Courage)

Carson, L. S. (Captain) 18:1:57

Carson, Peter (see Cazzeau, Pierre "French Pete")

Carson River 23:1:61, 70

Carson, Rosella 54:2:13

Carson Sink 23:1:61

Carson, Thomas G. (Captain) 28:2:219

Carson Valley 26:1:70, 72, 77-78; 26:2:157

Carson Valley Agency 27:2:205

Carter (Doctor) 31:1:40

Carter (see Gilman and Carter)

Carter, Anne Fauntleroy 26:1:34

Carter, Ben 47:2:236

Carter, C. Dana 24:2:82, 89

Carter Cattle Company 19:2:66-67; 51:1:103-104, 106

Carter, Charles M. 46:2:249-251

Carter, Charlie 16:1:72

Carter, Clarence E. 17:2:136

Carter County 15:1:67; 16:1:72; 21:2/3:193; 26:1:33; 33:1:83; 34:2:241; 35:2:129; 36:1:82

Carter E. B. 27:2:226

Carter, Edgar N. 19:2:67; 27:2:226

Carter, Gladys (Miss) 27:2:226

Carter, Harvey L. (see Kit Carson: A Pattern for Heroes)

Carter, Jessie 22:2:16

Carter, John 15:1:65

Carter, John E. (see Eyewitness at Wounded Knee)

Carter, Lester W. 24:2:82

Carter, Levi 56:1:40

Carter, Mary Eliza 51:1:16; 56:2:5, photo 6, 9

Carter, Milton (Mr. and Mrs.) 32:2:274

Carter Mountains 26:1:6, 22; 49:2:264, 268; 51:1:107-108

Carter, Van A. (Doctor) 18:2:145-146; 30:1:72, 87-88

Carter, Vincent (U.S. Representative) 5:4:163; 8:3:603; 9:1:684; 45:2:181; 50:1:32, 35

Carter, Vincent) 66:3:52-53

Carter, William (Mrs.) 26:1:34

Carter, William A. "Willie" (Judge) 3:2:134; 10:1:9; 16:2:90; 19:2:66-67; 27:2:217; 28:1:44, 92; 29:2:219; 30:1:66, 87; 31:2:224; 42:2:247; 45:1:103; 46:2:248; 49:2:264; 51:1:103, 105-107, 112-116, 119-120; 51:2:55; 56:2:5, photo 6, 7-10; 62:2:79, 86-87 (see also Diary of William A. Carter; Fort Bridger in the Seventies)

Carter, Wyoming 24:1:31

Carth, Thomas 32:2:202

Cartwright, Carl, 23:1:104

Carvallio, S. N. 26:2:155

Carvelho 6:1&2:189

Carver, Bill 30:1:29

Carwardine, T. J. 42:1:58

Carwile Ditch 35:2:139

Carwile, Nathanial G. "Nat" 35:2:138-139

Carwile’s Addition 35:2:138 (see also Buffalo, Wyoming)

Cary, Beth 26:2:114

Cascade Mountains 22:2:53

Case 19:2:81

Case Ferry 45:2:253

Case for Domestic Feminism: Woman Suffrage in Wyoming by Virginia Scharff 56:2:29-37

Case, James 26:2:173

Case of Alfred Packer, the Man-Eater by Paul H. Gantt, review 25:1:105-107

Case of Marcus A. Reno by Barry C. Johnson, review 41:2:288-289

Casebeer, James A. 12:4:275-276; 33:2:155; photo 37:1:4

Caseman, Dan D. 18:1:89; 28:2:146

Casement, J. H. 12:4:327

Casement, Jack (General) 34:2:222-223; 35:1:89; 43:2:188; 53:1:3, 7, 11

Caserman, John 54:2:29

Casey, E. W. (Lieutenant) 38:1:127

Casey, Letitia 22:2:56 (see also Letitia Burnett)

Cash, Gene 28:1:28-29, 33

Cash, Joseph H. (see Working the Homestake)

Cashman, Gertrude A. 27:2:226

Cashman, Harry J. 27:2:226; 31:2:235

Cash’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

Caspar 29:1:69

Casper-Alcova Project 50:2:323, 328-333

Casper, Anne 24:1:9

Casper Archaeological Society 32:2:239

Casper area (see Trading Posts, Forts and Bridges of the Casper Area-Unraveling the Tangle on the Upper Platte)

Casper Army Air Bases (see MILITARY)

Casper Army Air Field in World War II by Colonel Gerald M. Adams, USAF (Ret.) 64:3/4:6-23

Casper Centennial, 1889-1989: Natrona County, Wyoming, 1890-1990 by Irving Garbutt and Chuck Morrison, review 63:2:76-77

Casper Chamber of Commerce 2:2:39; 5:2&3:122; 26:1:85; 64:3/4:7-8, 22-23; 66:1&2:27

Casper College 48:2:266

Casper Country: Wyoming’s Heartland by Jean Mead, review 60:2:58-59

Casper Daily Tribune 58:2:266, 268, 270; 58:1:34; 66:1&2:34

Casper Daily Tribune building 66:1&2:31

Casper Derrick 33:1:9

Casper Junior College Building 26:1:84

Casper Junior High School 27:2:226

Casper Lumber Company 16:1:64

Casper Mercantile Company 46:2:199-201 (see also Smith Mercantile Company)

Casper Morning Star 45:2:213

Casper Mountain 28:2:186; 44:2:214-215; 46:2:182

Casper Mountain Speaks (poem) by Mae Urbanek 32:2:204

Casper National Bank 64:3/4:21

Casper Range 21:2/3:132

Casper Record 58:1:27

Casper Tribune-Herald 33:2:219-220; 42:2:153, 172-173; 48:2:272; 64:3/4:8, 10, 12, 16-17, 22-23

Casper Troopers 39:1:138

Casper Weekly Mail 32:2:155; 35:1:95; 64:3/4:53

Casper, Wyoming 1:3:17; 1:4:16-17; 17:1:9; 22:1:75; 22:2:43, 58; 23:1:59; 26:1:44; 26:2:117, 193; 27:1:95; 28:2:190; 30:1:107; 30:2:146; 32:1:51; 32:2:232; 33:1:9, 74; 33:2:156, 179, 214; 34:1:58, 62, 108; 35:2:147; 39:1:111, 117; 42:2:173; 43:1:21; 44:1:39; 44:2:215-218; 46:1:12, 39, 113-122; 48:2:168, 175, 179-180, 185, photo 264, 265-373; 50:2:328, 332; 58:2:23; 64:3/4:2, 6-23, 37, 42-44,46; 65:1:33-34; 65:2/3:13; 65:4:4, 20, 25, 31; 66:1&2:26-37; 66:3:6, 19; 66:4:12-14 (see also Center Street photo; Classicism in A Boomtown: The Architecture of Garbutt, Weidener, and Sweeney in 1920s Casper)

Casper, Wyoming Mayor 16:1:64

Casper: A Pictorial History by Edna Gorrell Kukura and Susan Neithammer True, review 60:2:58-59

Casper’s Prohibition Years by Walter R. Jones 48:2:265-274

Cass, Martin H. 17:2:92

Cass, Oscar (Private) 16:2:104

Cassa Flats 28:1:66

Casselman, C. V. 24:1:101

Cassia Creek 23:1:60

Cassidy (lawyer) 34:1:97, 105, 109

Cassidy 33:1:90

Cassidy, Butch 23:2:53; 28:2:160; 29:2:160; 30:1:17-18, 21; 31:1:53, 57, 59-61; 32:1:76; 33:2:192, 213; 50:2:348; 55:1:23, 26, 30; 60:2:13-15; 66:1&2:6 (see also In Search of Butch Cassidy; Parker, George Leroy)

Cassinat, Louis 33:2:214 (see also Cassinet, Louis W.)

Cassinet, Florence C. 27:2:226

Cassinet, Louis W. 27:2:226

Cassity, Michael (see review of Writing Western History: Essays on Major Western Historians)

Casteel, Tom 19:1:52

Caster, John 52:2:56

Castiday, Ella Mary 55:2:33

Castle, Almeda (Mrs.) 1:3:20

Castle Bluffs 25:2:123

Castle, C.E. 62:1:16

Castle, Christopher 22:2:74

Castle Creek Oil Company 22:1:90

Castle Creek, Wyoming 16:1:74

Castle Dare photo 51:2:9, 12-15

Castle Gardens, Wyoming 29:2:131

Castle Rock 23:2:6; 29:2:188-189

Castle Rock by Henry Jensen 44:2:274-275

Castleman, P. F. 31:2:173, 177, 189; 32:2:195

Casto, Frank 26:1:64

Castor, Bernard T. (Major) 62:2:133, photo 138, 139

Caswell, C. H. 53:1:10

Catalo 26:2:165, 168, 174-175 (see also Snake)

Catching Buffalo Calves by Peter Holt 66:4:53

Cathedral Home for Children 43:1:21, 47-48

Cathedral School for Girls (see Jane Ivinson Memorial Hall)

Cathedral Square 43:1:21-22

Cathers, Wm. E. (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Catholic Church (Buffalo, Wyoming) 35:2:143

Catholic Hospital of Laramie 15:3:243

Catholics 19:1:30 (see also Roman Catholics; St. Paul’s Catholic Missionary School)

Catlin, George 15:2:234-241; 31:2:140-142 (see also Cheyenne Indian Portraits Painted by George Catlin; O-Kee-Pa. A Religious Ceremony and Other Customs of the Mandans)

Catlin, George 66:1&2:2

Catlin, John B. (Major) 36:2:229

Catron, Peter H. 27:2:226

Catt, Carrie Chapman (Mrs.) 26:2:115; 52:1:10, 14 (see also Woman Suffrage and Politics)

cattle industry 1:2:6; 5:1:26-31; 6:3:280-283; 6:4:291-294; 12:4:253-263; 14:1:5-17; 15:1:5-37; 16:2:124, 147-161; 17:1:81; 8:2:139, 147; 20:1:4; 23:2:58; 24:2:76-77; 29:1:41-65; 29:2:150, 162; 66:3:16-17, 19 (see also Open Range Cattle Business in Wyoming; Texas Trail as Followed by a Pioneer in 1882)

cattle migration/movement 1:2:6; 6:3:280-282; 6:4:291-294; 16:2:124; 21:1:95-96; 24:1:26; 31:1:85, 90

cattle ranching (see North American Cattle-Ranching Frontiers: Origins, Diffusion and Differentiation)

cattle trails 9:3:744; map 23:2:60 (see also Bozeman Trail; Chisholm Trail)

cattle whips 26:1:28

Cattle Agency 16:2:92

Cattle and Men by C.W. Towne and E. N. Wentworth, review 28:1:108-109

Cattle Kate 34:1:116; 64:3/4:49-56; 65:4:27, 41 (see also Ella Watson: Rustler or Homesteader; Watson, Ella; Wyoming Lynching of Cattle Kate, 1889)

Cattle Kingdom 19:1:3; 20:1:3

Cattle Kings by Lewis Atherton, review 34:1:121-122

Cattle Land 65:4:44, 46 (see also Virginian)

Cattle Raising on the Plains, 1900-1961 by John T. Schlebecker, review 36:1:105-107

Cattleman’s Commonwealth 20:1:62

cattlemen 19:1:9; 26:2:228, 231; 29:1:41-65; 29:2:161-163 (see also Bankers and Cattlemen)

Cattlemen: From the Rio Grande Across the Far Marias by Mari Sandoz, review 30:2:231-232

Cattlemen’s Frontier by Louis Petzer 65:4:32

Caughey, John Walton (see California Gold Rush)

Cavalier (Dakota Territory) 66:4:9

Cavalier in Buckskin: George Armstrong Custer and the Western Military Frontier by Robert M. Utley, review 61:2:53

cavalry 161:2:137, 140, 142 (see MILITARY: U.S. cavalry)

cavalry barracks photo 50:1:10

Cavanaugh, Frank (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Caverley, Arthur 3:3:192

Caverly, J. A. 4:1:270; 5:2&3:122; 5:4:164; 9:1:683

cavy (see HORSES AND MULES)

Cawelti, John 59:2:4

Cawley, R. McGreggor, Federal Land, Western Anger: The Sagebrush Rebellion and Environmental Politics, review 66:3:72-73

Cayuse 3:2:267; 33:1:28

Cazar, John (see Cazier, John)

Cazier, Ed 25:1:69-72, 74-80

Cazier, John 21:2/3:139, 164

Cazin, Paul 43:1:101-102

Cazzeau, Pierre "French Pete" 51:2:38, 41 (see also Carson, Peter)

CCC 26:2:135; 56:1:12-21 (see also Life in a Yellowstone CCC Camp; Senate Bill S-598)

CCC Camp No. 581 (YNP-2) 56:1:13

Cedar Creek 23:2:28; 42:1:16

Cedar Grove 42:1:15

Cedar Mountain 14:1:52; 26:1:5, 11, 22-23; 49:2:266

Cedar Mountain to Antietam by Edward J. Stackpole, review 32:2:269-270

Cedar Point 21:2/3:126

Cedar Ridge 47:1:87

Cedar Valley 26:2:164

cemeteries 16:2:145; 17:1:75-76 (see also GRAVES; MILITARY: cemeteries)

cemeteries in Cheyenne, Wyoming 62:2:91-99

census (see FIRSTS: census in Wyoming Territory; U.S. Census)

Census Roll of Indians at Shoshone Agency, 1877 photo 13:3:182

Centennial 25:1:23

Centennial Campaign: The Sioux War of 1876 by John S. Gray, review 49:1:151-152

Centennial Conference 64:1:22

Centennial History of Artist Activities in Wyoming, 1837-1937 by James H. Nottage 48:1:77-100

Centennial Mining Company 21:2/3:213

Centennial of the Covered Wagon Migration 23:2:60

Centennial State (see Colorado: A History of the Centennial State)

Centennial West: Essays on the Northern Frontier States edited by William L. Lang 64:2:68

Center, A. J. 29:1:91

Center Street photo 58:2:264

Central America 65:1:4

Central City, Colorado 65:1:8

Central Florida University 66:4:33

Central Overland California and Pike’s Peak Express Company 27:1:7; 33:1:28-36, 44-46, 112-113; 33:2:204; 61:2:14

Central Overland Route 65:2/3:7

Central Overland Stage Line 42:2:261

Central Pacific and the Southern Pacific Railroads by Lucius Beebe, review 35:2:240-241

Central Pacific Railroad 47:2:229 (see also Central Pacific and the Southern Pacific Railroads)

Central School of Cheyenne 19:2:134; photos 54:2:15

Central Wyoming News 24:2:39, 43-44, 47

Central Wyoming Oil and Development Company 22:1:88

ceremonial dance 8:2:544-555

Cerf, Bennett 27:2:160

Certifed Local Government program 66:1&2:7 (see Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office)

CEW 50:2:303-304

Chabot, Antone 52:2:51

Chabot, Virgil 52:2:51

Chace and Rice 44:1:42

Chadey, Henry F. 26:2:220; 27:2:226; 38:1:109, 118 (see also Cherokee Trail; Community Art Center; Green River Ferries; review of Starting Right: A Basic Guide to Museum Planning; Sweetwater County-Green River-Rock Springs)

Chadey, Michael (see Ewing Canyon; Brown’s Park-Crouse Ranch)

Chadron, Nebraska 26:2:123; 49:2:193; 64:3/4:59

Chadwell, John 32:2:202

Chadwick, Elise Nita Hunt 37:2:235 (see also Russell, Mrs.)

Chadwick, H. W. 61:1:6, photo 7

Chaffee, J. B. 23:1:8

Chaffee, T. W. 54:2:50

Chaffin, Grace A. 20:1:50

Chaffin, Lorah B. 19:1:60

Chaffin, Robert N. 45:2:220

Chalfant, Josephine 46:1:113

Chalfant, Margaret 46:1:113, 116

Chalfant, Milo 46:1:113-114

Chalfant, Nimrod E. 46:1:113

Chalfant, Robert 46:1:113

Chalfant, Scott 46:1:13, 116

Chalk Creek (Utah) 60:1:12

Chalkeye (see Story of Chalkeye: A Wind River Romance, An Unfinished Manuscript)

Challender, Henry 45:1:85

Chalmers, Monetta Irwin 52:1:54

Chalmers, Robert 40:1:37; 40:2:215, 220; 42:1:21, 33, 36; 62:2:82

Chamberlain, A. D. 24:2:25-27

Chamberlain, Agnes (Mrs.) 26:1:7, 21

Chamberlain, E. L. 17:1:84

Chamberlain, M. ( Doctor) 26:1:7, 10, 21

Chamberlain, N. A. (Doctor) 24:2:78

Chamberlain, William 31:1:9; 32:2:161, 176

Chamberlin, Agnes B. 13:4:389

Chamberlin, Fannie 60:2:16

Chamberlin, Leon (Mr. and Mrs.) 35:2:202

Chamberlin, Leonard 35:2:202

Chamberry 32:2:183

Chambers, A. B. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:226

Chambers, Alex 5:2:56; 5:2&3:91-95

Chambers, Alexander (Major; Colonel) 18:1:55; 28:1:59; 41:1:98; 43:2:250

Chambers, Andrew 42:2:213

Chambers, Bob 44:2:212

Chambers, Ida 61:1:36

Chambers, James 44:1:65

Chambers, Joe 37:2:226

Chambers Lake (Colorado) 56:1:39

Chambers, Mary Jane 42:2:213

Chambers, Robert 56:1:39

Chambers, William 5:2:53-54; 21:2/3:226; 27:1:38; 28:1:59 (see also Persimmon Bill)

Chamblin, Allen T. 43:2:240

Chamblin, Thomas S. 26:2:218

Champ (Private) 38:1:73

Champ, Myrtle (Mrs.) 26:1:92; 27:1:114; 27:2:226, 239

Champaign County (Illinois) 66:3:31

Champaign-Urbana (Illinois) 66:3:47

Champion, Ben 31:2:200

Champion, Dud 45:2:161

Champion, Mervin (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:226, 240; 28:2:212, 223-224

Champion, Nathan D. "Nate" 15:1:48; 24:2:33; 26:1:48, 93; 34:1:107; 35:2:147, 150; 38:1:62; 45:2:143, 154-155, 157-158; photo 64:2:37; 65:4:5, 20, sketch 25, 26, 30, 74-75; 66:3:33

Chan Chan: Andean Desert City edited by Michael F. Moseley and Kent C. Day, review 54:2:76

Chance, Montana (see Freight and Stage Road from Rawlins to Red Lodge, Montana. Third Segment of Trail-Meeteetse to Chance, Montana. Trek No. 28 of the Historical Trail Treks)

Chandler, Jiggs 17:1:69

Chandler, Robert (Captain) 36:2:183

Chandless, William 40:1:32-33; 40:2:206, 208; 42:1:6, 13, 39-40

Changing Face of Cowboy State Agriculture: Turn of the Century Wyoming Agriculturalist-A Demographic Profile by Vicki Page and William L. Hewitt 60:1:22-31

Chant of the Hawk by John and Margaret Harris, review 31:2:233, 247

Chanute, Kansas 23:1:100

chaparejos 65:4:14

Chapel, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 25:1:66, 77

Chapel of the Pines Crematorium (Los Angeles, California) 66:4:33

Chapel of the Transfiguration 43:1:23

Chapelle, Swift Bird 17:2:118

Chapin, Fred 60:2:17

Chaplin, W. E. 2:3:60; 4:1:270; 11:1:49-50; 12:3:167, 169; 24:1:54, 64-66; 24:2:13, 22, 29, 37-38, 68, 70; 33:2:138, 147-149; 34:1:62, 71-75, 80-82; photo 37:1:4, 5, 14; 54:1:14 (see also Reminiscences of a Member of the Wyoming Constitutional Convention; Some Wyoming Editors I Have Known)

Chapline, Ed. 29:1:52

Chapman (Captain) 21:2/3:143

Chapman 44:1:17

Chapman, Alice 49:2:227

Chapman, Andy 51:1:121, 123

Chapman, Fred (see Medicine Wheel)

Chapman, John 19:2:65-66; 49:2:276-280

Chapman, L. B. 29:2:210

Chapman, Marion Sherwin (Mrs.) photo 49:2:262

Chapman, Mark 17:1:84; 37:1:84

Chapman, Mark A. (Mrs.) 24:2:119; 27:2:226

Chapman, Mark A. 2:1:20; 2:3:19; 8:3:603; 9:3:762; 11:1:66

Chapman, Oscar L. (Interior Secretary) 45:2:194, 216; 55:2:10

Chapman, Roach 29:1:48

Chapman, W. S. 50:1:59

Chapman, W. W. 1:2:2-3; 32:2:24; 40:1:26; 40:2:220

Chapman, William J. 26:1:15

Chappel, Gordon S. 34:2:262; 38:1:5, 7, 131; 39:1:64; 39:2:214 (see also Fortifications of Old Fort Laramie; review of Armies of the American Wars: 1753-1815; review of Buckeye Rovers in the God Rush; Summer Helments of the U.S. Army, 1875-1910)

Chappell, Edith M. (see History of the Occidental Hotel)

Chappell, G. F. 4:3:366

Chappell, Gordon (see G. F.)

Chappell, Sarah A. 4:3:66

Chappo 25:1:43 (see also sqawman)

Character as Shown in Anecdote 21:1:20-22

Charboneau (Shabernare) 15:3:287, 296-297

Charboneau, Marie L. deLaviolette 14:3:190

Charboneau, Toussaint, Jr. 13:3:163, 175, 180, 188-190, 192; photo 14:3:190 (see also And What of Toussaint Charboneau?; Charbonneau, Toussaint)

Charbonneau, Baptiste 35:2:205; 42:1:80

Charbonneau, Jean Baptiste 52:1:46-47, 50, 53

Charbonneau, Toussaint 35:2:205; 42:1:80; 52:1:46

Charcoal Pits by William Francis Hooker 3:4:228

Charging Bear Kills in Winter 28:1:31

Charles Boettcher: A Study in Pioneer Western Enterprise by Geraldine B. Bean, review 49:1:158-160

Charles E. Wells Music Company 43:1:27

Charles Ilfeld Company, A Study of the Rise and Decline of Mercantile Capitalism in New Mexico by William J. Parish, review 33:2:232-233

Charles Russell by Peter Hassrick 65:4:19

Charleston (Illinois) 66:3:31

Charleston Company 22:2:54

Charley Irwin’s Wild West Show 26:2:134

Charlottesville (Virginia) 66:4:45

Charlson, C. J. 43:1:66

Charlson, Cora 43:1:66

Charlson, Helen 43:1:66

Charlson, Julia Isabelle "Belle" 43:1:63-64, photos following 64, 66, 72 (see Downing, Mrs. C. O.)

Charlton, Charley 18:2:130

Charter Oak Copper Mine 15:1:37

Charters, Boyd 25:1:71-72, 74, 77

Chase, Fred 26:1:21

Chase, John 25:1:14, 16, 18-19

Chase, Solomon P. 22:1:4

Chase’s Theatre 25:1:19-20

Chassell, H. J. (Mrs.) 14:4:320

Chassell, Harry J. 3:4:207-208; 14:4:320

Chassell, Norvall W. 27:2:226

Chatelain, Verne 50:1:39, 45

Chatfield, Frank 12:3:225

Chatham (Massachusetts) 66:1&2:47-48

Chatillon, Henry 45:1:8

Chatterton, Constance 25:1:88

Chatterton, Eleanor 25:1:88

Chatterton, Fenimore C. (Acting Governor) 12:2:123-125; 12:3:244-245; 19:1:32-38; 19:2:123; 24:2:38; 25:2:205, 207; 26:2:92, 94, 96-97; 27:1:114; 28:2:127-128, 136; 30:1:115-116; 37:2:188, 196-198; 39:2:181; 41:1:16-18, 22, 24, 26; 44:2:196-197, 200, 202; 49:1:15-16, 18-19, 21; 56:1:9-10; photo 56:2:40; 59:2:24 (see also History of the Inception of Riverton and Riverton Irrigation Project in Fremont County, Wyoming, as Shown by Official Records; Unique Campaign)

Chauncey, C. C. (Major General) 64:3/4:22

Chaworth photo 30:2:130

Cheesbrough, John 27:2:226

Cheesbrough, Nellie (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Cheese, Ed 26:1:20

Cheever Flats 30:1:32-33

Cheever, R. E. 48:2:230

Chene, Pierre 43:1:76

Chenery, J. A. L. 12:4:334

Cheney, Bert 46:1:116

Cheney, Ervin F. 22:2:86-87; 24:2:117; 26:1:55-56, 58, 60-61, 63; 26:2:212; 31:1:87

Cheney, J. A. L. "Jack" 28:2:132, 136, 142

Cheney, Lynne (see Countess of Flat Creek; Kings of the Hill: Power and Personality in the House of Representatives)

Cheney, Matilda (Mrs. E. F.) 26:1:57-58, 61, 63

Cheney, Richard 66:3:64; photo 64

Cheney, Richard B. (see Countess of Flat Creek; Kings of the Hill: Power and Personality in the House of Representatives)

Chenoweth, Maurine 28:2:216-217

Chenoweth, Otto 45:2:153; 47:1:89

Cherokee 16:1:76; 33:1:93, 95, 99; 60:2:24 (see also Cherokee Pack Trail)

Cherokee Jim (see Simons, Jim)

Cherokee Pack Trail by William Richardson 33:1:95

Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association: Federal Regulation and the Cattleman’s Last Frontier by William W. Savage, Jr., review 46:2:286-287

Cherokee Trail 16:1:76; 21:2/3:185-187; 27:1:8-9; 28:1:81; 30:1:92; 31:2:218; 50:2:341 (see also Overland Trail)

Cherokee Trail by Henry F. Chadey 50:2:341-342

Cherrey, John 16:1:31

Cherry, C. A. (Lieutenant) 16:2:99, 103

Cherry Creek Massacre by Ed Towse 1:2:4

Cherry, John 44:1:91

Cherry, Samuel A. (Lieutenant) 50:1:144

Chesapeake Bay 66:1&2:43, 46

Chesapeake Raider (see MILITARY: U.S.S. Wyoming)

Chester, Florence 22:2:22

Cheyenne (Wyoming) 66:1&2:4, 13, 16, 31, 42, 73; 66:3:6.19, 25, 33, 44-45, 65; 66:4:6-7, 21, 25

Cheyenne Airfield 17:1:65, 68, 72; 18:2:117 (see also Cheyenne aiport)

Cheyenne and Black Hills Stage Line 35:1:91; 37:1:77, map 78, 79, 94, 96, 98, 101

Cheyenne and Black Hills Stage and Express Routes by Agnes Wright Spring, review 21:2/3:225-226

Cheyenne and Burlington Railroad Company 23:1:44

Cheyenne and Deadwood Road map (1876-1887) 37:1:78

Cheyenne and Northern Railway 18:2:157; 23:1:3-51; 37:1:80; 42:2:253; 47:2:233

Cheyenne and Sioux. The Reminiscences of Four Indians and a White Soldier compiled by Thomas B. Marquis, edited by Ronald H. Limbaugh, review 46:2:289-290

Cheyenne Argus 36:1:25; 44:1:28

Cheyenne Autumn (film) 66:1&2:69

Cheyenne Autumn by Mari Sandoz, review 26:2:226-227

Cheyenne belles of the late 1880’s photo 17:2:158

Cheyenne Cemetery: Reflections of the Life of a City by Denis Frobish 62:2:90-99

Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce 2:2:39; 7:3:444 ; 17:2:171; 27:1:111

Cheyenne, Cheyenne...Our Blue Collar Heritage by Gladys Powelson Jones, review 56:1:68-69

Cheyenne churches 28:2:145

Cheyenne City 49:2:253, 259

Cheyenne Cloud Cracker (see Melbourne, The Australian Rain Wizard)

Cheyenne Club 31:2:133; illustration 19:1:cover; 35:2:161-162; 37:1:80; 42:1:64; 43:2:206; 45:2:245; 51:2:18; 65:4:23, 74

Cheyenne Club Cup Race 65:4:22

Cheyenne Commercial Company 37:1:53, 67

Cheyenne Country Club 18:1:48, 64

Cheyenne Daily Gazette 33:2:143, 147; 34:1:72

Cheyenne Daily Leader 16:1:47; 18:1:85, 88; 20:1:7, 22:1:26-27, 60-61, 64, 67, 69 73; 22:2:14; 23:1:8, 10, 18-19; 24:1:69; 26:1:27; 30:2:147; 33:2:144-145, 151; 34:1:63-65, 70; 34:2:141; 41:1:33, 41-42; 43:2:225, 247; 45:2:cover; 48:1:132, 141; 49:1:56, 63; 58:1:21; 64:2:36-39; 64:3/4:54; 65:1:10, 18; 66:3:45

Cheyenne Daily News 13:4:362; 34:1:70

Cheyenne Daily Sun 22:1:26-27, 31, 64, 69, 77; 30:2:145; 33:1:8, 11, 142, 146; 33:2:143, 145; 34:1:75; 34:2:231; 37:1:33-73; 38:1:111; 43:2:199; 49:1:63-64

Cheyenne Daily Tribune 33:2:144; 34:2:221

Cheyenne dedication (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Cheyenne Democratic Leader 34:1:79; 49:1:57

Cheyenne Depot (see Camp Carlin or Cheyenne Depot; FORTS AND CAMPS)

Cheyenne During Stage Coach Days by William Dubois 37:1:77-81

Cheyenne Electric Railway Company photo 52:1:16, photo 18, 21

Cheyenne Field 52:2:21

Cheyenne fire department 25:1:90

Cheyenne Frontier Days 18:1:33, 63; 19:1:37-44; 20:2:179; 22:1:71; 24:2:71; 26:1:31; 26:2:134; 59:1:41, 44, 47 (see also Daddy of ‘em All. The Story of Cheyenne Frontier Days; Early History of Cheyenne "Frontier Days" Show; FIRSTS: Frontier Committee)

Cheyenne Frontier Days prize saddle (see Union Pacific Railroad prize saddle)

Cheyenne Geology Club 13:4:388

Cheyenne Guard 20:1:82

Cheyenne Hardware Company 51:2:12

Cheyenne Health Care Center 66:4:7

Cheyenne High School 66:4:6

Cheyenne Indian Portraits Painted by George Catlin by Marie H. Erwin 15:3:234-241


Cheyenne Indians 1:2:3-4; 2:2:36; 5:2&3:108-116; 7:1:349; 8:4:614; 15:2:235; 15:3:234-241; 16:1:79; 18:1:17; 18:2:102-103; 26:1:74; 26:2:125-152; 27:1:11; 28:1:33-35; 29:2:215; 30:2:131-132, 152; 31:2:142; 32:2:208, 223, 227; 33:1:22, 37-38, 74; 32:2:167, 207; 34:1:36; 36:2:227; 38:2:137, 224; 39:1:104; 42:1:37-38; 42:1:91; 43:2:272; 43:1:81; 43:2:241, 244; 44:1:33, 57, 63-64, 66-70; 44:2:143, 153, 147, 166, 169; 45:1:27; 46:1:9-11, 16, 18, 20, 23-24, 28-34, 37-38; 47:2:224; 48:1:15, 110, 112, 115, 124-125; 50:1:158, 161-162; 50:2:316; 55:1:34, 37, 42; 56:1:7; 59:1:51, 54; 59:2:30; 65:1:4 (see also Cheyenne and Sioux. The Reminiscences of Four Indians and a White Soldier; Cheyenne Memories; Cheyennes of Montana; John Stands in Timber, Cheyenne Memories; Pawnee, Blackfoot and Cheyenne-History and Folklore of the Plains; Peace Chiefs of the Cheyenne; TREATIES: Cheyenne)

Cheyenne Indians (Northern) 43:1:83; 43:2:250; 44:1:62-63; 44:2:168-169; 46:1:20

Cheyenne Indians (Southern) 46:1:7, 23

Cheyenne Inspires Early Day Visitor to Write Song 14:3:200-202

Cheyenne Investment Company 20:1:6

Cheyenne Ki-Ann 30:2:225

Cheyenne Leader 5:1:36-38; 9:3:731; 13:4:347; 33:2:138-142, 146, 153; 34:2:141, 222-223, 225-226, 228-230, 233; 35:1:96; 39:1:11-15; 42:2:150; 43:2:175, 183, 185, 193, 195; 44:1:10-11, 34; 65:4:6

Cheyenne Light, Fuel and Power Company 20:1:6; 26:1:31

Cheyenne Little Theatre (see Broadway in Cow Country: The History of Cheyenne Little Theatre)

Cheyenne Little Theatre Players 59:1:45, photo 46, 47

Cheyenne Looking North by E. O. Fuller 23:1:3-51

Cheyenne Memories by John Stands In Timber and Margot Liberty, review 40:1:142-143

Cheyenne Multi-List Service 66:1&2:4 (see Weppner, Linda)

Cheyenne National Bank photo 51:2:13, 16-19

Cheyenne Northern Railroad 64:2:41

Cheyenne Opera House 15:2:156-159

Cheyenne Pass 18:1:7, 11; 23:1:5-6; 27:1:108; 28:1:74; 30:2:145; 33:1:96; 33:2:169; 35:1:5-20; 37:1:87; 42:1:97; 44:2:146; 47:2:221-233 (see also Camp Walbach, Nebraska Territory, 1858-1859: The Military Post at Cheyenne Pass; Early Exploration of Cheyenne Pass)

Cheyenne pioneer newspapers 5:2&3:118 (see also newspapers)

Cheyenne Post Office 15:2:155; 26:1:27

Cheyenne Ramblers Club 37:1:43

Cheyenne Review 33:2:145; 35:1:96

Cheyenne River 16:1:74; 26:1:94; 33:2:160; 36:1:69; 37:2:217; 56:2:266

Cheyenne River Bridge photo 58:2:50

Cheyenne River Crossing Station 38:1:84, 93, 100

Cheyenne saddle 65:4:12

Cheyenne Senior High School Library 27:2:226

Cheyenne State Bank 54:2:40-4

Cheyenne State Leader 49:2:193; 54:1:54; 66:1&2:45

Cheyenne State Lottery 34:2:193, 205

Cheyenne Sun 9:3:731, 740; 65:4:28, 54

Cheyenne Sun-Leader 34:1:70

Cheyenne Symphony 66:4:2

Cheyenne Tent City photo 39:1:cover

Cheyenne theaters 25:1:4-21

Cheyenne Tribune 9:3:731; 42:2:172, 176; 50:1:22, 34

Cheyenne Tribune-Leader 50:1:22

Cheyenne Trunk Factory photo 60:1:18, 19, photo 20

Cheyenne Union Pacific Depot 66:1&2:6

Cheyenne Weather Station by Emma J. Dobbins 2:4:72-73

Cheyenne Weekly Leader 35:1:96

Cheyenne Weekly Sun 35:1:96

Cheyenne Women’s Club 26:2:113; 52:2:4-5

Cheyenne, Wyoming 1:4:12; 9:3:740; photo 11:3:222; 12:4:323-324, 327; 15:1:40-41, 68, 84; photo 15:2:front cover, 147, 153-162, 197; 15:3:250-253, 278, 286; 15:4:405-412; 16:1:56, 124; 17:1:11, 67, 84, 87; photo 17:2:158; 18:1:3, 5-9, 17, 22, 33-47, 49, 61-65, 69, 74-75, 79, 85, 87; 18:2:117; 19:1:37-44; 19:2:116, 134; 20:1:4, 6, 11, 71; 21:2/3:193; photo 22:1:cover, 71, 74; 22:2:15-16, 28, 43, 69; 23:1:7-10, 18, 28; 23:2:55-56, 63; 24:1:41; 25:1:4-21, 90; 25:2:208; 26:1:25-27, 32, 94; 27:2:239; 28:2:128, 145; 30:2:137, 147, 168-169, illustration 226; 31:2:131, 238, 240, 247; 32:1:71, 118; 32:2:138, 148, 151, 175, 182, 187, 207, 242, 244, 248, 258; 33:1:44, 55, 77, 83-84; 33:2:137-138, 141-146, 149, 154, 189, 214; 34:1:43, 58, 63-64, 71, 79; 34:2:223-224, 228-231; 35:2:146, 174, 180, 230; photo 39:1:20; 40:2:163-164, 176-179; 43:2:174-175, 180, 183, 209, 251-252, 264; 44:2:141, 144-145, 149, 152, 163, 220; 45:1:80; 46:1:30, 34; 48:2:176, 180, 185-186, 213, 218, 237, 266, 270; 50:1:111-117, 121, 125; photo 50:2:187, photo 307, 312-313, 315-316; 51:1:135; 55:2:26; 56:1:3-4, photo 5, 39, 47; 57:1:35-39, 50; 59:1:2-13, 29-31, 36, 39, 41-45; 59:2:21; 52:2:21; 60:1:18-20, photos 32-33; 61:1:11-16, 22-28; 61:2:3-6, photo 7, 8-10; 62:1:25, 28, photo 29, photo 32, 41-42; photos 62:2:90-91, 92-97, map 98, 99; 62:3:132-139; 63:1:4-8, photo 9, 10, 12-13; 64:2:34-41, 44-50, 55-60, 62, 65, 67, 70; 64:3/4:2, 6-7, 22-23, 52, 54-56; 65:1:5, 10, 12, 15, 17, 19, 23, 27, 33, 35; 65:2/3:4, 15, 28; 65:4:2, 6-7, 12-13, 20, 25, 28-29, 31, 33 (see also Air Corps, Air Mail, and Cheyenne in 1934; Birth of a Frontier Boom Town: Cheyenne in 1867; cemeteries in Cheyenne, Wyoming; Cheyenne During Stage Coach Days; Cheyenne Inspires Early Day Visitor to Write Song; Cheyenne Tent City; Cheyenne Weather Station; Commercial Block; Early Cheyenne Homes; FIRSTS: bankers; FIRSTS: bride; FIRSTS: Cheyenne Directory published in newspaper; FIRSTS: Chinese to visit; FIRSTS: city election; FIRSTS: dramatic performers; FIRSTS: election held under new charter; FIRSTS: Episcopal clergy; FIRSTS: house; FIRSTS: motor hearse funeral; FIRSTS: Jewish wedding; FIRSTS: postmaster; FIRSTS: railroad station building; FIRSTS: school teacher; FIRSTS: Special Officers in Cheyenne; FIRSTS: two story brick house; FIRSTS: Jewish wedding; FIRSTS: woman postmistress; FIRSTS: wooden building; FIRSTS: school house; Frontier Days in Gay Cheyenne; German Looks at Cheyenne in 1876: The Travels of Ernst von Hesse-Wartegg; History of Cheyenne and Northern Wyoming; Just Kids: The Bunch at 19th and Eddy Streets from 1869 to 1875; last Black Hills stagecoach leaving Cheyenne photo; Magic City; Magic City, Cheyenne, Dakota Territory)

Cheyenne-Black Hills stage road 66:4:19

Cheyenne-Black Hills Stage Line (see Career of Cheyenne-Black Hills Stage Line Owner)

Cheyenne-Deadwood Stage 17:1:12; 18:2:115-116; 21:2/3:227; 26:2:123, 209

Cheyenne-Deadwood Stage Line (see Treasure Coach from Deadwood)

Cheyenne-Deadwood Stage Line at Fort Laramie by John D. McDermott 37:1:98-99

Cheyenne-Deadwood Trail Trek, Trek No. 15 of the Emigrant Trail Treks compiled by Maurine Carley 37:1:75-91, photo 92, 109; (Trek No. 16) 38:1:84-103

Cheyennes of Montana by Thomas B. Marquis, review 51:1:162-163

Chi Chi (dog) 66:4:16

Chicago (Illinois) 66:1&2:42, 75; 66:3:12, 29-31, 46; 66:4:7, 27, 34, 36-37, 40

Chicago and North Western Railroad (see Burlington Northern Railroad)

Chicago and Northwestern Railroad 19:1:32; 23:1:28, 32, 42; 25:1:84, 86; 32:1:122; 32:2:260; 34:1:43; 41:1:22, 25, 29; 42:2:254; 43:2:207; 46:1:113; 48:2:169; 53:1:34-37

Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad 19:1:21; 23:1:44; 26:1:4, 6, 20; 28:1:7; 47:1:82; 51:1:113; 52:2:45; 53:1:49-50; 60:1:23, 25-26

Chicago Herald 20:1:14; 65:4:25-26

Chicago, Illinois 65:1:18, 37; 65:4:5, 25-26, 28, 50

Chicago Mine 42:2:254

Chicago Stockyards 65:4:25

Chicago Times (Illinois) newspaper 66:1&2:12

Chicago Western Brand Book 65:2/3:27

Chicago World’s Fair (1893) 65:4:28; 66:1&2:28, 36

Chickering, Edwin S. (Lieutenant Colonel) 64:3/4:15

Chief Johnson (see Cheyenne Indians)

Chief Quartermaster (see Meigs)

Chief Washakie by Mae Urbanek, review 44:1:118-119

Chihuahua, Mexico 22:1:78-79

Chilcoot Pass 22:1:76

Chil-Co-The 42:2:266 (see also Snake)

child labor (see Wyoming child labor bill and law)

Child (Sergeant) 45:1:72, 82

Child, Doris 15:1:93

Childers, Arthur 46:1:120

children (see Growing Up With the Country: Childhood on the Far Western Frontier)

Children of Grace: Nez Perce War of 1877 by Bruce Hampton 66:4:62-63

Childs, A. G. W. (Doctor) 65:1:20

Childs, Ann Waybright (see Hoosier Goes West)

Childs Collection photos 65:1:8-10, 13, 15-17, 19-20

Childs, Jimmie 32:1:76

Childs, Kathryn 65:1:20

Childs, Marquis 55:1:17

Childs, May Springer 65:1:20

Childs, T. A. (Reverend) 65:1:20

Childs, Wallace 65:1:20

Childs, William 23:1:79-80, 85, 87-91, 93

Chimney Rock 19:2:128; 23:1:58, 64 21:2/3:128; 23:2:24; 25:2:123; 34:1:50, 57; 36:2:186; 40:1:14; 40:2:252; 43:2:215; 46:1:54; 59:2:41; 65:2/3:7, 11, 23

Chimneys Stage Station 39:1:116

Chinese 2:3:47; 15:1:47; 16:1:51; 17:1:77-78, 83; 19:2:105-111; 20:2:158; 24:1:28, 34; 27:1:32; 56:1:57-58; 59:2:17-25; 65:1:4; 65:4:21 (see also FIRSTS: Chinese to visit Cheyenne)

Chinese cook 66:4:17

Chinese Emigrants in Southwest Wyoming, 1868-1885 by A. Dudley Gardner 63:4:139-144

Chinese Exclusion Act (1882) 56:1:57

Chinese explorations of America (see Pale Ink: Two Ancient Records of Chinese Explorations in America)

Chinese Massacre (1885) photo 12:2:154; 35:1:30-34; 50:2:338; 59:2:17-25 (see Governor Francis E. Warren, The United States Army and the Chinese Massacre at Rock Springs)

Chinese Massacre by Paul Crane and T. A. Larson 12:1:47-55; 12:2:153-162

Chinese riot 19:2:105-111 (see also David G. Thomas’ Memories of the Chinese Riot )

Chinook lode 40:2:229, 233

Chipeta 16:2:116, 131, 135 (see also Ute)

Chipman, H. L. (Lieutenant Colonel) 59:2:18, 21

Chipp, Frank (Reverend) 34:2:169

Chipped Stone Artifacts by L.C. Steege 26:2:194-197

Chippewa 48:1:110

Chisholm, James 32:2:258-259; 44:1:36, 45-46; 56:2:31; 61:1:11 (see also South Pass, 1868, James Chisholm’s Journal of the Wyoming Gold Rush)

Chisholm Trail 9:3:744

Chisum Emmett D. 52:1:72; 53:1:72; 54:1:84; 55:1:64 (see also Boom Towns on the Union Pacific: Laramie, Benton and Bear River City; Development of the University of Wyoming Libraries and Special Collections; New York to Paris Automobile Race-Crossing Wyoming in 1908; Wilcox Train Robbery-Newspapers and Instant Mythmaking)

Chittenden (Captain) 33:2:162, 164-165

Chittenden, G. B. 43:1:118

Chittenden, Hiram M. 20:1:41-42; 31:2:220; 65:1:47

Chivington, John Milton (Colonel) 16:1:79; (General) 17:1:8; 26:1:26; 27:1:8; 34:2:154; 41:1:38, 41; 41:2:214-215; 46:1:7, 33; 49:1:34, 36

Choate, Julian E., Jr. 64:1:4

Choke Cherry Bill 40:2:258

cholera 15:4:317-332; 24:1:37

Choonkoa-witko (see Crazy Horse)

Chope 40:1:17

Chope, E. 40:1:17

Chorley, Kenneth 44:2:243

Chorpenning, George 32:1:34; 56:2:13, 15-17; 57:1:3-4, 6-7

Chotau, Pierre (see Chouteau, Pierre)

Chouteau, E. F. X. 35:2:205

Chouteau, Francis 15:2:136-137

Chouteau, Pierre 15:3:218; 31:1:11; 31:2:221; 33:2:168; 44:1:83; 45:1:112

Chouteau, Pierre, Sr. (Lieutenant) 15:3:210

Chouteau, Seres 15:2:136-137

Chrisman, J. C. 21:2/3:200

Christ Church 24:1:62

Christensen, Don, photo by 66:4:16

Christensen, Helen 30:2:239 (see also Gnam, Mrs. John E.)

Christensen, J. Marius 27:2:226

Christensen, Lawrence (see review of Mountaineering in the Tetons: The Pioneer Period, 1898-1940)

Christensen, Mart (Mrs.) 24:2:119; 27:2:238

Christensen, Mart T. 10:1:43, 45; 45:1:74-78, 80; 48:2:183, 222; 49:2:178, photo 179, 180, 183-186; 52:2:40-41, 43

Christensen, Riva Niles 27:2:226

Christian Commission 23:2:28

Christian, Elsie (Mrs.) 21:1:101

Christian Endeavor Society 65:1:33

Christian, George (Mrs.) 38:1:89

Christian Science Movement 65:1:53

Christian Scientist 66:1&2:46

Christian Worker 23:1:98

Christiana Lake and Rock Creek Placer Ditches map 65:4:51

Christiana Mine photo 65:4:53

Christianity 66:3:89

Christiansen, Ezra 60:2:16

Christie, Cameron 26:2:218

Christie, John 33:2:132

Christina Lake 65:4:52, 54-56

Christlieb, J.M. 27:2:226

Christman, Fred 33:1:79-80

Christmas 53:2:56-57

Christmas Eve (1878) 27:1:32-34

Christmas, H. Robert (Judge) 60:2:20

Christmas programs 54:2:14

Christofferson (flier) 17:1:68

Christopulos, Adrianne photo 20:2:196

Christopulos, Elaine photo 20:2:196

Christopulos, George 30:1:37, 77; photo 30:2:196

Christopulos, Louis 10:2:95; photo 30:2:196

Christy, Charles 43:1:58-59, 68

Christy, George Wilkins 48:1:81

chromolithography (see Democratic Art, An Exhibition on the History of Chromolithography)

Chronicle of a Congressional Journey. The Doolittle Committee in the Southwest, 1865 edited by Lonnie J. White, review 48:1:148-150 Chronicle of a Willson Family by Patricia Anne Willson Whitehead, review 54:1:77-78 Chronological List of Actions, Etc., With Indians from January 15, 1837 to January, 1891 by Dale E. Floyd, review 52:1:67

Chrysler 66:3:14

Chuck Wagon Cookin’ by Stella Hughes, review 47:1:121-124

Chug Springs by Hazelle Ferguson photo 37:1:92, 93-94

Chug Station 50:2:308

Chugg Water Journal 58:2:4-9

Chugg Water Mining Association 58:2:6

Chugwater 39:1:117; 40:1:48; 43:1:57, 59-64; 64:2:37, 47

Chugwater Creek 6:3:264-270; 19:2:116, 128; 23:1:18; 26:2:122; 28:1:73; 33:1:96; 35:1:25; 43:1:58, 61, 67; 47:2:222-224, 230

Chugwater Stage Station and Division Point by Russell Staats 37:1:88-89

Chugwater Valley 37:1:87-88; 43:2:238

Chugwater, Wyoming illustration 30:2:cover; 51:1:138

Church (Colonel) 14:4:264

Church and Dwight Company 50:2:337

Church Buttes 24:1:31-32; 30:2:140, 142

Church Buttes by Hazel Nobel Boyack 31:2:218-220; 34:2:247-248

Church, John 37:1:100

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints 21:2/3:112, 118 (see also Mormon Church)

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Museum 66:1&2:75

churches 15:3:283; 22:1:71; 26:2:216

churches of the frontier 24:1:61-62; 26:1:22, 32 (see also Road of Yesteryear)

Churchill, Beryl G. (see Dams, Ditches and Water: A History of the Shoshone Reclamation Project)

Churchill, Clementine 66:4:39

Churchill Downs (Kentucky) 64:1:22

Churchill, Edmund J. 65:4:29

Churchill, Minnie R. 6:3:284; 10:1:43

Churchill, Stillman 31:2:178

Cies, Herbert A. (Reverend) 33:2:218

Cimarron (see Sentinel to the Cimarron: The Frontier Experiences of Fort Dodge, Kansas)

Cimmarron Creek 16:2:127

Cincinnati Canal 14:1:40

Cincinnati, Ohio 31:2:165; 65:1:20; 65:4:16

Cincinnatus 2:2:27

Cinnamond, Dave 26:1:26

Cinnebar, Montana 22:2:106; 54:1:5

Cipriani, Leonetto (Count) 43:2:224; 47:1:8, 12

Circkle, Ben 22:2:23

Circle Dot Ranch (see RANCHES)

Circle F Ranch (see RANCHES)

Circle, Wyoming 29:2:157

Circleville, Kansas 23:2:28

Cisco, John I. 28:2:199, 203

Citadel on the Santa Fe Trail. The Saga of Bent’s Fort by Robert Murray, review 43:2:306-307

Citibank 66:4:29 (see First National Bank of New York)

Cities of the Prairie Revisited: The Closing of the Metropolitan Frontier by Daniel Elazar with Rozann Rothman, Stephen L. Schechter, Maren Allan Stein and Joseph Zikmund, II, review 60:1:50-51

Citizens National Bank of Cheyenne 54:2:38, 41

City and the Saloon: Denver, 1858-1916 by Thomas J. Noel, review 60:2:60-61

City of Broken Hearts by Ida McPherren 23:1:72-74

City of Rocks 23:1:60

City Supply 46:2:235

City University of New York 65:1:53 (see also Queens College)

Civic Center Park (Denver, Colorado) 66:1&2:28

Civic Defense 24:1:3-4, 8

Civil Air Patrol 24:1:15-16

Civil Service Commission 26:1:35

Civil War 15:4:377-386; 26:2:209; 31:2:224, 237; 32:1:30, 43, 46, 89; 32:2:227, 258; 33:2:127, 137, 172; 45:1:28-29; 64:3/4:50; 65:1:8, 22-23; 65:4:4, 20, 49; 66:1&2:2, 13, 39; 66:3:31, 36, 45; 66:4:45

Civil War in Wyoming by Mark Harvey 65:4:57

Civil Works Administration 52:2:32

Civilian Conservation Corps (see CCC)

Civilian Defense 24:1:22, 24

Clagett, William H. 15:2:116; 34:2:180

Clairmont, Maud L. (Mrs.) 27:2:221, 226

Clampitt, John W. 36:1:86

Clancy (Lieutenant) 23:2:10, 13, 15; (scout) 23:2:5

Clancy, Gus 8:2:563

Clannan, Mike 37:2:184

Clansman by Thomas Dixon 64:1:4

Clapp, Dexter 44:1:68

Clapp, George 39:1:99

Clapp, John T. (see Journal of Travels to and from California. With Full Details of the Hardships and Privations, a Description of the Country, Mines, Cities, Towns, etc.)

Clarence King by Thurman Wilkins, review 31:1:116-117

Clarence T. Johnston’s Dissent: A Challenge to Gifford Pinchot and the Conservative Ethos by Hugh T. Lovin 56:2:38-44

Clark 22:2:55; 30:2:201-202

Clark, A. H. 27:2:226

Clark, A. P. (Captain) 65:1:47

Clark, Albert 37:1:67

Clark, Alonzo M. (Secretary of State; Governor) 7:2:402; 7:3:443; 8:4:644; 12:4:269-270; 25:1:94; 48:2:182; 49:2:206-207; 61:1:5

Clark, Bennett C. 22:2:55; 31:2:152; 32:2:174-175

Clark, Bert 25:1:79

Clark, Bert, Sr. 22:2:38

Clark, C. H. 17:1:79

Clark, C. L. 43:1:44

Clark, C. S. 33:2:143

Clark, Champ 66:3:41

Clark, Charles W. (Mrs.) 24:2:118

Clark, Charlotte 38:1:101

Clark, Clarence D. (Senator) 12:4:289-290; 15:1:37, 42, 45; 20:1:20-22; 20:2:140, 147; 24:2:26, 35; 25:2:201; 26:1:37; 35:1:77; photo 37:1:4, 14, 21-22, 24, 29, 50, 64; 37:2:195; 39:2:180; 44:1:53; 53:2:4, 6, 10-11; 54:2:63; 64:2:36

Clark, Clarence D. 66:1&2:33-35

Clark, Clyde L. 16:2:166

Clark, Cushman (Mr. and Mrs.) 38:1:100, 103

Clark, D. O. 19:2:110; 25:2:193-194

Clark, Dan 19:1:43; 46:1:116

Clark, Duncan 19:1:43

Clark, Ed. E. 16:2:91, 109

Clark, Edith K. O. 8:2:563-564; 10:1:41-42; 34:2:167; diary 39:2:217-244, photo 257; 52:2:5, 7; 53:1:39-41 (see also Diary of Edith K. O.)

Clark, Edward 28:2:177; 54:1:15

Clark, Elizabeth 42:2:215

Clark, Ella E., 38:2:237-239 (see also Indian Legends of the Northern Rockies)

Clark, Ellis 16:2:93

Clark, Ezra Thompson (see Biography of Ezra Thompson Clark)

Clark, Frances (Mrs.) 25:1:64, 66, 73, 75, 77, 79

Clark, Frank 1:3:19; 3:1:112 (see also Labor Commissioner)

Clark, Frank, Jr. 27:2:226; 31:1:120-121; 31:2:237-238 (see also review of Indian War of 1864; review of Following the Indian Wars; review of Plains Rifle)

Clark, Frank L. 49:2:279

Clark, George 1:3:19; 3:1:110; 16:2:89

Clark, George T. 23:1:8

Clark, Gibson (Judge) 15:4:377-386; 18:2:111; 37:1:37; 37:2:197; 40:1:65 (see also Red Cloud’s Prayer)

Clark, Gibson 66:3:33

Clark, Harry 34:1:24

Clark, Hawkins 21:2/3:116

Clark, Henry T. 34:2:140

Clark, Hodson 42:2:215

Clark, Horace 38:1:101

Clark, J. C. 25:1:67; (Captain) 27:2:217

Clark, J. H. 18:2:99

Clark, J. J. 17:1:82; 21:2/3:210

Clark, James 20:2:170

Clark, James Lippit 48:1:96

Clark, Jefferson Kennerly 42:1:80

Clark, John 6:1&2:241; 34:2:165

Clark, John D. 24:1:3; 49:2:205

Clark, John Jackson (see Reminiscences of Wyoming in the Seventies and Eighties; Thrilling Sport: Ice Boating at Old Fort Steele)

Clark, John W. (Colonel) 20:1:59

Clark Journal 21:2/3:116 (see also Journals of Lewis and Clark)

Clark, L. S. 20:1:59

Clark, M. F. 49:2:271

Clark, Michael S. (see Native Home of Hope: People and the Northern Rockies)

Clark, Mildred 33:1:81

Clark, Neil 19:1:43; 64:2:56

Clark, O. D. 20:1:47

Clark, O. M. 26:1:64; 39:1:114

Clark, Rollo 46:1:116

Clark, S. B. F. 31:2:173, 177

Clark, S. G. (Doctor) 19:1:28

Clark, S. G. (Mrs.) 19:1:30

Clark, S. H. H. 17:1:82; 35:1:31

Clark, Sterling, B. F. 32:1:60

Clark, Thomas 42:1:59

Clark, Thomas D. (Doctor) 31:2:238-239; 65:2/3:11 (see also Frontier America: The Story of the Westward Movement; Gold Rush Diary)

Clark, W. A. (Senator) 22:2:28

Clark, W. F. 27:2:226

Clark, Walter Van Tilburg 64:1:106

Clark, William (Captain) 42:1:80; 44:1:61, 63; 49:2:274-275; 55:1:51-52; 56:2:22 (see also Field Notes of Captain William Clark, 1803-1805; William Clark: Jefferson Man of the Frontier)

Clark, William (Governor) 17:2:96

Clark, William V. 26:1:64; 30:2:196-197

Clark-Brown party 21:2/3:116

Clarke, A. B. 45:2:159; 49:1:62

Clarke, E. (Professor) 37:1:68

Clarke, H. S. 50:1:15, 17

Clarke, Henry S., Jr. 54:2:40

Clarke, James Mitchell 49:1:62

Clarke, John Jackson 53:1:59

Clarke, N. S. (General) 27:2:205

Clarke, W. J. 37:2:190

Clarke, William H. 40:1:71

Clarkson, Joe 46:1:114-115

Clark’s Fork 12:3:222; 30:1:109

Clark’s Fork Creek, Wyoming 16:1:73

Clark’s Fork of the Yellowstone 36:2:211, 324; 37:2:216-218

Clark’s Fork River Ferry (see FERRIES)

Clary, William K. (see Clary, William L.; relocation of pioneer burials)

Clary, William L. (see GRAVES)

Clash of Interests: Interior Department and the Mountain West, 1863-96 by Thomas G. Alexander, review 50:1:191-192

Clason, George S. 24:2:118

Classicism in A Boomtown: The Architecture of Garbutt, Weidener, and Sweeney in 1920s Casper by Patrick Frank 66:1&2:26-37

Claus, Frederick 41:2:108-109

Clausen, E. C. 26:2:213

Clausen, Esther M. (Miss) 27:2:226

Clausen, Henry A. 27:2:226

Clawson, Marion 64:1:25

Clay 47:2:178-179

Clay Basin (Utah) 50:2:343

Clay, C. E. 18:2:158

Clay, Charles 37:1:86; 54:1:27

Clay, Henry 22:1:4; 40:1:31-32

Clay, John 1:4:20; 22:2:83; 35:2:190; 42:1:62; 43:2:206; 54:2:53-55; 59:1:40; 60:1:23; 64:2:34-35, 37-38, 40, 44; 65:4:26, 28, 30-31

Clay, John, Jr. 20:1:83

Clay Spur Bentonite District 63:1:30-31

Clay Spur Bentonite Plant 63:1:28, photo 31

Clay Tobacco Pipes from Fort Laramie by Rex L. Wilson photo 33:2:120, 121-123, photo 124, 125, photo 126-128, photo 129, 130, photo 131, 132-134

Clay-Robinson Livestock Commission 36:2:190

Claycomb, Geneva W. (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Claypool, Sarah Barbara 58:1:47

Clayton, A. G. 3:3:192; 4:1:270-271; photo 4:2:276, 9:2:695-696 (see also Brief History of the Washakie National Forest and Some Experiences of a Ranger)

Clayton, Alfred G. 48:1:94

Clayton, Eli 34:1:53

Clayton, Jerky Bill 28:2:177-178

Clayton, Tom 47:2:145

Clayton, William 21:2/3:120; 27:2:192; 31:1:7, 13; 32:2:167; 42:2:260

Cleaning and Preserving Bindings and Related Materials by Carolyn Horton, review 42:1:133-134

Clear Creek (Wyoming) 66:1&2:12

Clear Creek 22:2:99; 31:2:199; 32:1:89; 35:2:125-126, 130; 36:1:56; 36:2:209, 211-212, 233; 38:2:147, 150, 161; 39:2:219, photo 257; 49:1:30, 34, 37 (see also geodetic survey camp near Clear Creek photo)

Clear Creek Canyon 35:2:125-126

Clear Creek Pass 30:2:187

Clear Creek Valley photo 4:1:236

Clear Creek, Wyoming 16:1:74

Clear Fork 35:2:125-126

Clear, Hope 49:1:13-15 (see also Sioux)

Clearing of the Mist by Richard F. Fleck, review 53:2:77-78

Clearmont 32:1:75-76, 96; 38:2:150-153

Clearmont and Buffalo Railroad 29:2:158

Clearmont, Wyoming 31:2:199

Clearwater, Jonathan F. 65:1:28

Cleaver, John 19:2:68

Clemens, Earl R. (see Life in the Ghost City of Rhyolite )

Clemens, Elizabeth Hoffman (see Life in the Ghost City of Rhyolite )

Clemens, Evelyn 64:3/4:3, 39

Clemens, Francois 35:2:205

Clemens, Mary K. (Miss) 27:2:226

Clemens, Ralph 39:2:259

Clemens, Samuel 65:4:30 (see also Twain, Mark)

Clemens, Vernon L. 39:2:259

Clemens, W. A. 39:2:259

Clemens, William 44:1:50-52

Clements, Edith 64:1:25

Clements, Frederic 64:1:25

Clementson, Roy 25:1:71, 74, 76, 79

Clemmons, Charles P. 56:1:35-36, photo 37

Clemson, Agnes (Mrs.) 22:2:56-57

clergy (see Protestant Clergy in the Great Plains and Mountain West, 1865-1915)

Cles, Raymond 56:1:16

Cleve, James 64:2:40

Cleve, Nellie 64:2:40

Cleve, Thomas 64:2:40

Cleveland, Grover (President) 16:1:52; 18:2:113, 139-140, 144, 147; 20:1:19; 20:2:139-140; 53:2:33, 36-37; 59:2:17-19, 24-25

Cleveland, Grover 66:3:34-36, 38-46

Cleveland Indians 66:1&2:73

Cleveland, Ohio 58:1:26; 58:2:47

Clinch, Thomas A. (see review of Montana, An Illustrated History)

Cline, Joe 51:1:121

Cline, W. M. (Captain) 16:2:127-128

Clinton (Iowa) 66:3:6

Clodius, Fred (Mrs.) 25:1:64

Cloonan 43:1:36

Close, Martha 37:2:243

Close, Ralph 58:1:4

Cloud Peak 30:1:5-7, 9; photo 36:1:cover

Cloud Peak Chapter (see Daughters of Rebekah)

Cloud Peak Wilderness Area 30:1:5, 7, 9

Clough, A. A. 16:2:166

Clough, Aaron 22:2:56

Clough, D. M. (Governor) 22:2:27

Clough, Wilson O. 25:1:101-102; 37:2:257; 66:3:22, 27 (see also Mini-Aku, Daughter of Spotted Tail; Necessary Earth; Portrait in Oil. The Belgo-American Company in Wyoming; Our Long Heritage; review of Some Pathways in Twentieth Century History; Rocky Mountain West in 1867; Wilson Clough Collection; Wyoming’s Earliest Place Names)

Clover, Samuel Traves 65:4:24-26

Clover, Seth 47:2:146

Clovis Point photo 32:1:124

Club-foot Bill 34:1:23-24

Cluff, W. W. (Bishop) 60:1:10-11

Clyman, James 42:1:96; 43:2:284; 44:1:81; 49:1:99-100

CME (see Committee on Militarism)

Coable 29:1:56

Coachy’s place 26:1:47

Coad, John 54:2:68

Coad, John F. 20:1:64-66

Coad, Mark 15:1:61; 33:1:98; 54:2:68

coal (see More than One Coal Road to Zion: The Utah Territory’s Efforts to Ease Dependency on Wyoming Coal)

coal croppings 4:4:398

coal discovery in Weston County 4:4:386

coal industry 66:3:17 (see also Regulating Danger: The Struggle for Mine Safety in the Rocky Mountain Coal Industry)

coal industry strike 52:1:25

coal mines 18:2:144

coal mines in Carbon County 8:4:633-636

coal mining 25:2:191-205; 56:1:55-65 (see Forgotten Frontier: A History of Wyoming Coal Mining; P.J. Quealy: Wyoming’s Coal Man and Town Builder; Where the Sun Never Shines: A History of America’s Bloody Coal Industry; Union Pacific Coal Company 1868 to August 1952)

Coal Creek 16:1:77; 16:2:102; 26:2:123 (see also Little Oil Creek)

Coal Creek Canyon 16:2:122-123

Coal Creek Draw 16:2:103

Coal Harbor, North Dakota 17:2:125

Coal Mine Explosions at Almy, Wyoming: Their Influence on Wyoming’s First Coal Mining Safety Laws by Walter R. Jones 56:1:55-65

Coal Valley, Illinois 19:2:77

Coal War: A Sequel to "King Coal" by Upton Sinclair, review 50:2:358-360

Coalter, William (Mr. and Mrs.) 31:1:34

Coalter’s Hall 31:1:34

Coalville, Utah 60:1:8, photo 10, 11-15

Coates (Captain) 4:3:360; 17:1:56

Coates (Surgeon) 36:2:177

Coates, Edwin M. (Captain) 42:2:185, 218, 271; 48:1:50, 54-56, 67

Coates, Fred 34:1:15; 45:2:152, 156

Cobb 43:2:238

Cobb, Charles D. (post trader) 20:2:165

Cobbs, John L. (Professor) 65:4:42

Coble 43:2:208-210, 213

Coble, J. C. (Mrs.) 2:2:39; 6:1&2:242

Coble, J. C. 64:2:36, 38-39, 42

Coble, John 54:1:15

Cobos, Jose 51:2:33-34

Cobry, T. A. 26:1:31-32

Cocheu, Frank S. (Brigadier General) 18:1:58

Cochise County (Arizona) 65:4:23

Cochrane, Ben (Mrs.) 26:1:61

Cochrane, Timothy S. (see review of Blackfeet and Buffalo: Memories of Life Among the Indians; review of Knights of the Broadax: The Story of the Wyoming Tie Hack; review of Land Use, Environment and Social Change: The Shaping of Island County, Washington; review of Mister, You Got Yourself a Horse: Tales of Old-Time Horse Trading)

Cochrane, Willard W. (see review of Horse of the Americas)

Cockrell (Senator) 20:2:144, 156

Codding, George R. 31:2:166, 187

Cody (Wyoming) 66:1&2:72; 66:4:33

Cody, Buffalo Bill 65:4:75 (see also Buffalo Bill; Cody, William F.)

Cody Canal 2:2:27; 49:2:264-265

Cody Club 5:4:164 (see also George T. Beck in front of his office where the first Cody Club was organized)

Cody Enterprise 26:1:1, 6, 8, 10, 14-15, 17, 20, 22; 65:1:4

Cody, Ernest W. 14:3:248

Cody Family, Incorporated 14:1:21

Cody Gateway (see Joseph E. Stimson in camp at the Cody Gateway to Yellowstone National Park photo)

Cody in LeClaire by F. W. Fryxell 14:1:24-30

Cody, Irma 26:1:6, 11

Cody, Isaac 31:1:56

Cody Main Street Project 65:4:19

Cody, Mary Elizabeth 25:1:95; 50:1:174

Cody Oil and Development Company 40:1:99-100

Cody Pioneer Center 14:1:21

Cody Public Schools 27:2:226

Cody Stockgrowers (see Automobiles for the Park)

Cody Trading Company 38:1:82; 40:1:82

Cody Trading Post 66:4:25

Cody, William Frederick 1:1:7; photo 14:1:front cover, 21, 26, 29; 17:1:15; 18:2:93, 116, 127; 19:1:35; 19:2:67, 137; 21:1:66; 21:2/3:214; 22:2:106; 24:2:82, 89; 26:1:1, 3-24; 26:2:116, 208; 28:1:20, 47, 100-103; 29:2:191-192; 30:1:41; 30:2:146, 150; 32:1:16; 40:1:73-105; 41:2:272-274; 44:2:269; 46:1:22, 30, 39; 47:2:139-151; 49:1:109, 113-114, 119, 123-126; 50:1:139; 51:1:116; 53:2:15; 60:1:25 (see also Buffalo Bill; Colonel Cody’s Dream of Pioneer Center-A Reality)

Cody, Wyoming 2:2:26; 26:1:3, 5, 7-8, 22; 33:2:220; 40:1:73-105; 42:2:173, 177; 64:3/4:23 (see also Building the Town of Cody: George T. Beck, 1894-1943)

Cody, Wyoming promotional brochure photo 40:1:page following 72

Cody’s Wild West Show 45:1:14, 19

Coe and Carter stock company 17:1:56; 36:1:67; 56:1:40, 42, 45-56, 51

Coe Collection 23:1:53; 66:4:29

Coe, Frank E. 56:1:46

Coe, Isaac (General) 56:1:40

Coe, Margaret Hoglund 54:2:14

Coe, William Robertson 5:4:163; 19:1:58; 24:1:101; 24:2:117-118; 25:1:92, 94, 97, 211; 26:1:96-97; 26:2:219; 27:1:95-96, 115; 27:2:224, 240; 34:2:172; 43:1:21, 24, 46-48; 51:1:116; 54:1:31-33; photo 56:1:28, 29-30; 66:3:10; 66:4:2 (see also William Robertson Coe Distinguished Professor of American Studies)

Coehlo, Dennis (see review of Wyoming: A Geography)

Coeur d’Alene (see Mining Town: The Photographic Record of T.N. Barnard and Nellie Stockbridge from the Coeur d’Alenes)

Coeur D’Alene Indians 33:1:28

Coeur d’Alene strike 65:4:5

coffee coolers 15:1:51

Coffee, C. F. (Colonel) 21:1:99

Coffee Creek 30:2:155

Coffee, E. 42:1:92-93; 57:2:27 (see also Ecoffey, Jules)

Coffee, Harry 49:2:193

Coffee, Jules E. (see Ecoffey, Jules)

Coffeen Avenue and Avoca Street intersection street signs (Sheridan, Wyoming) photo 66:3:32

Coffeen Block (Sheridan, Wyoming) photo 66:3:32, 42-43

Coffeen, Donald (see Custer Battle Book)

Coffeen, Grace (see Custer Battle Book)

Coffeen, H. A. 18:2:159; 20:1:15; 65:1:32

Coffeen, Harriet Newell (Mrs. Henry A.) 66:3:31

Coffeen, Henry A. 12:4:285-286; 35:1:72; 37:1:4-5, 14-15, 18, 21-22; 37:2:195, 200; 39:2:179; 40:1:65; 66:1&2:20 (see also Custer Battle Book; I Am Not a Cuckoo Democrat! The Congressional Career of Henry A. Coffeen)

Coffeen, Herbert 54:2:4

Coffeen Improvement Company 66:3:32

Coffeen, John 66:3:31

Coffeen, Michael 66:3:31

Coffey, Thomas M. (Reverend) 65:1:28-29

Coffin (Reverend) 31:1:43

Coffinbury, Cyrus B. (Captain) 36:2:218-219

Coffinbury, Cyrus C. (Major) 55:1:37

Coffinbury Train 36:2:214, 220, 222

Coffman, A. W. (see Kaufman, A. W.)

Coffman, Billy 37:2:226-227

Coffman, Hugh 29:2:157

Coffman, James R. 46:1:51

Cofone, Albin J. (see review of World Rushed In: The California Gold Rush Experience)

Coghill, Alex 33:2:133

Coghill, David 33:2:133

Coghill, George 33:2:133

Cogshell, C. E. 34:2:216

Cogswell, John G. (Doctor) 28:2:135

Cogswell, W. R. 16:1:80; 61:2:42

Cohen, David (see America Then and Now)

Cohen, Jackson (Doctor) 65:1:53

Cohen, Nathan 61:1:19

Cohen, Victor H. (see James Bridger Claims)

Coinage Act (1873) 66:3:38

Cojo 16:2:111, 115, 135 (see also Ute)

Coke, Henry J. 58:2:6

Coker, William S. (see Anglo-Spanish Confrontation on the Gulf Coast During the American Revolution)

Cokeville Mercantile Company 60:2:12-13

Cokeville Register 22:2:41

Cokeville, Wyoming 22:2:50, 60; 30:2:213; 60:2:12-13, photo 14, 15-20 (see also Bear River Valley in Cokesville Area; Fifth Segment of the Oregon Trail in Wyoming. Green River to Cokeville. Trek No. 24 of the Historical Trail Treks)

Colbert, Thomas Burnell (see review of Clash of Interests: Interior Department and the Mountain West, 1863-96)

Colby, L. W. 46:1:36, 38

Cold Creek, Wyoming 46:2:265

Cold Hand 46:2:273

Cold Springs 16:2:88; 29:2:157; 33:2:225 (see also HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Cold Springs by Curtiss Root 42:1:79-81

Cold Springs battle 42:1:81; 42:2:25

Cold Springs Camp by James Fletcher 46:2:279-280

Cold Springs robbery (1878) 27:1:108-109

Cold Springs Station 38:1:97-98

Cold War 64:3/4:23

Cold Water Creek 22:2:96

Cole (Captain) 36:1:69-70

Cole, C. W. 2:1:20

Cole, G. L. 18:2:99

Cole, J. A. (Lieutenant; Major) 18:1:56; 38:1:64

Cole, Jack 30:2:159

Cole, Nelson A. (Lieutenant Colonel; Colonel) 27:2:144-145, 149-158; 36:1:51-52, 71, 75; 46:1:32-33; 55:1:37-38

Cole, O. F. (Captain) 55:1:39

Coleman (Corporal) 32:2:223

Coleman (Mrs.) 65:2/3:17

Coleman 65:2/3:19

Coleman, A. B. (Colonel) 39:1:7

Coleman, Curely 37:1:96

Coleman, George 52:2:52

Coleman, James 51:2:46, 49, 51

Coleman, Samuel 66:1&2:2

Coleman, William (Lieutenant) 36:2:210-211

Coles, C. J. 33:2:151

Colfax, Schuyler 28:2:196

Colford, Richard 64:2:52

Colgan, Celeste review of Riding the White Horse Home: A Western Family Album 66:3:81-82

Colhoff, George W. 39:2:204-206, 209; 43:2:250

Colket, T. C. 32:2:249

Colket, T. C., 2d (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:226

Collards, F. A. (Captain) 21:2/3:137

collections (see Thorp-Stock Growers Association)

Collections and Preservation of Wyoming War Records 15:1:92

Collections of the (Wyoming) Historical Society 66:4:25

Collections of the Wyoming State Historical Society 50:1:176

Collector, Stephen, Law of the Range, review 66:1&2:53

College Building 26:1:84

Collens 37:2:231

Collerton, Henry P. "Doc" (see Culleton, Henry P. "Doc")

Collet 30:2:213

Collett, Gene 60:2:12-13

Colley, A. G. 41:1:46

Colley, Samuel G. 46:1:7

Collidge, Gerard 14:4:297

Collier, Drucinda 34:1:5

Collier, John 41:1:40

Collier, John 66:3:50-52

Collier, Nancy Melinda 34:1:5-6, 9, 18

Collier, Richard photos by 65:1:5, 54; 65:4:3, 55, 59-60; 66:1&2:26-27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32-33, 34, 35, 36, 37; 66:3:32, 36, 42, 53; 66:4:22-23; review of Law of the Range 66:1&2:53

Collier, William S. (Captain) 38:1:29-31, 42, 46

Collins, Ab 47:2:240

Collins, Billy 47:2:236-237, 240

Collins Brothers Saddlery 34:2:215

Collins, Caspar W. (Lieutenant) 8:3:573; 13:4:319-321; 17:1:9; 20:1:88, 90-91; 27:1:3, 10-11, 14-16; 28:2:180-186, 189-190, 192, 216; 29:1:75-77; 32:2:228, 235, 237; 43:2:281-282, 289-291; 47:1:25; 48:1:86

Collins, Charles 54:1:38, 42-43

Collins, Dabney Otis 25:1:94; 27:2:226 (see also Land of Tall Skies, A Pageant of the Colorado High Plains)

Collins, E. P. 6:3:284

Collins, Edward (Lieutenant Colonel) 38:1:39, 42

Collins, George 42:2:208

Collins, Gilbert 18:2:111, 113, 117

Collins, J. D. 14:4:319

Collins, J. S. (see J. S. Collins and Sons)

Collins, J. W. 51:2:10-11, 16-17, 19-21

Collins, James (Private) 49:2:260

Collins, James 20:2:174

Collins, John (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:226

Collins, John S. 18:2:111, 113, 116-117, 128

Collins, M. R. 16:2:166

Collins, Michael (Private) 27:2:172

Collins, R. W. 54:2:38

Collins Saddler Shop 18:2:117

Collins, W. R. E. 41:2:200

Collins, William O. (Lieutenant Colonel; Colonel) 15:2:151-152; 17:1:8-9; 27:1:10-11; 28:2:181, 192; 31:1:79; 33:1:97; 34:2:154-155; 38:1:15, 42; 43:2:289; 46:1:9-11, 21; 47:1:22-24, 29-30, 63; 48:1:86; 49:1:24, 31, 40

Collins, William O. (Mrs.) 45:1:102

Collins, William S. (Captain) 49:2:258, 271-272

Collins, Winfield S. 24:2:80-82, 89

Collison, Hal 17:1:68, 71, 73

Collister 28:2:174

Collister, Oscar 8:4:635; 9:1:673; 43:2:278-279 (see also Life of Oscar Collister, Wyoming Pioneer)

Collom-Dutch Bill mail contract 16:2:88

Collom, Ed. 16:2:98

Collom, Joe 16:1:78; 16:2:100-101, 127

Collom, John 16:2:91, 98

Collona, Maxine (see Jireh College-Stirred Embers of the Past)

Colman, Gus 20:2:104

Colon, Jean 36:2:172

Colonel Cody’s Dream of Pioneer Center-A Reality by Mary Jester Allen 14:1:20-24

Colonial National Historic Park, Virginia 17:1:21

Colonization of the Big Horn Basin by the Mormons by Eliza R. Lythgoe 14:1:39-50

Colonizing Corporation of Cheyenne 18:2:144

Colonna, Jerry 64:3/4:147

Coloradans by Robert G.Athern, review 54:1:78-79

Colorado 7:4:449; 16:1:75; 22:1:53, 62; 25:2:192; 65:1:15, 18, 25, 33; 65:2/3:6, 7, 10, 13; 65:4:12, 54; 66:3:13, 16, 29, 65 (see also Coloradans; Hour of Trial: The Conversation Conflict in Colorado and the West, 1891- 1907; Land of Tall Skies. A Pageant of the Colorado High Plains; Press on Wheels. A History of the Frontier Index of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Elsewhere?; Wyoming v. Colorado Revisited. The United States Supreme Court and the Laramie River Controversy, 1911-1922)

Colorado and Clear Creek Railroad Company 23:1:41

Colorado and Southern: Northern Division by James L. Ehernberger and Francis G. Geschwind, review 39:1:143-144

Colorado Assistant State Historian 66:4:24 (see Gressley, Gene)

Colorado Central and Pacific Railroad Company 23:1:41

Colorado Central Railroad 23:1:11-14, 37, 41; 65:1:1

Colorado Charlie (see Utter, Charles H.)

Colorado Chieftan 33:2:139

Colorado City, Colorado 30:2:133

Colorado College 66:1&2:70

Colorado Compact (1922) 55:2:14

Colorado Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church 65:1:29 (see also Methodist field)

Colorado Fuel and Iron Company 12:2:162; 43:2:259-260, 263 (see also Pioneer Steelmaker in the West: The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, 1872-1903)

Colorado goldfields 57:1:43, map 47, 52, 55

Colorado Historical Society 13:3:231

Colorado homesteads (see Long Vistas: Women and Families on Colorado Homesteads)

Colorado Junction (see Hazard, Wyoming)

Colorado Leader 23:1:8; 34:1:63; 34:2:221

Colorado mining 23:1:10 (see also Golden Sword: The Coming of Capitalism to the Colorado Mining Frontier)

Colorado mountains (see Fourteeners. Colorado’s Great Mountains)

Colorado of the West River (see Sisk-ke-dee)

Colorado Railroad Company 23:1:37, 42-44

Colorado River 16:2:88 (see also New Courses for the Colorado River: Major Issues for the Next Century; Steamboats on the Colorado River, 1852-1907)

Colorado River Compact 50:2:324-326, 329 (see also Water and the West: The Colorado River Compact and the Politics of Water in the American West)

Colorado Southern Railroad 23:1:34-36, 41-42; 25:1:85

Colorado Springs, Colorado 64:3/4:15

Colorado State Archives 25:2:211

Colorado State Historian (see Spring, Agnes Wright)

Colorado State University 65:1:35; 66:1&2:27; 66:3:65

Colorado Synod of the Presbyterian Church 65:1:25

Colorado Territory 65:2/3:11

Colorado: A History of the Centennial State by Carl Abbot, review 48:2:284-285

Colored Men’s Service Center 64:3/4:11 (see also Afro-American)

Colorow 16:2:89, 96, 128, 135 (see also Ute)

Colorow Bill 16:2:127, 129 (see also Marston, Bill)

Colporteur 65:1:23-24

Colt, Samuel 65:4:12

Colter, John 3:2:127-129; 4:2:279; map 10:3:100-110; 11:7:118; 12:3:221-222; 15:2:102-104, 133-134; 16:1:72; 17:2:90, 105-106; 18:1:68; 25:1:88, 102-104; 29:1:103-106; 29:2:125; 30:1:11, 106, 109-110; 31:2:177, 189; 37:2:217-218; 44:1:77, 79; 44:2:241; 46:1:32, 126; 49:2:266; 55:1:52; 56:2:22-23 (see also HISTORICAL MARKERS; Sketch of John Colter)

Colter Stone 30:1:109

Colter’s Hell 30:1:11

Colter’s Hell and Jackson Hole by Merrill J. Mattes, review 34:2:257

Columbia River 17:2:52, 102, 104-105; 65:2/3:7

Columbia Sesquicentennial Commission 10:1:44

Columbia University (New York) 66:1&2:32

Columbia University Libraries 27:2:226

Columbus, Ohio 65:1:8; 66:4:9

Columbus, Texas 23:1:99

Colwell (Captain) 30:2:165

Colwell, R. G. 25:2:224-226

Colyer, Oliver J. 27:2:226; 50:1:49


Comanche 17:2:137-138; 26:2:124; 29:2:129; 31:2:199; 33:1:24, 35; 36:2:134, 143; 46:1:10; 50:1:167; 59:1:54, 56; 63:3:84-85 (see also TREATIES: Comanche and Bourgmont)

Comanche (horse) (see HORSES AND MULES)

Comanche (Sioux Chief) 29:1:46-47 (see also Sioux)

Comba, Richard (Captain) 38:1:35, 37, 39, 42, 46

Combs, Barry B. (see review of Sherman Hill; Westward to Promontory)

Combs, E. B. 24:2:8

Combs, Roy 24:2:5, 8-9

Come An’ Get It by Ramon F. Adams, review 25:2:218

Come Blackrobe: DeSmet and the Indian Tragedy by John J. Killoren, review 66:4:65-67

Come See the Paradise, review 63:3:106-107

Comes-in-Sight 59:1:51 (see also Cheyenne)

comets 64:3/4:46

Comission Honorifica 51:2:32-34

Comite Patriotico 51:2:33

Commanche by Audrey J. Hazell, poem 48:1:126

Commercial Block 54:1:12

Commercial Record 33:2:140; 39:1:25

Commercial State Bank of Guernsey 54:2:41

Commins, D. Duane (see William Robinson Leigh, Western Artist)

Commisky, (Reverend) 19:1:30

Commissary Ridge 22:2:50; 30:2:210, 212; 31:1:84, 89-90

Commission of the Conservation of the Elk of Jackson Hole, Wyoming 44:1:105

Commissioner of Education 22:1:57-58


Commissioner of Indian Affairs 21:2/3:191; 25:2:141-189; 26:2:170; 27:1:63; 58:2:10-21 (see also Misperception and Policy: A Case Study Based on the Annual Reports of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1829-1890)

Committee on Militarism 57:2:14, 17

Committee on Political Education 48:2:234, 241

Committee on Public Lands and Surveys 58:2:24

Committee on Resolutions (Democratic National Committee) 66:3:46

Committee on World Friendship Among Children 6:1&2:241

Commodity Credit Corporation 45:2:189

Commonwealers 18:1:27-28

communism 66:3:13

community development (see Frontier Camp to Small Town, A Study of Community Development)

Community Art Center by Henry F. Chadey 50:2:336-337

Como Mines, Colorado 25:2:192

Companions of the Trail by Hamlin Garland 22:2:40

company towns (see Parco, Wyoming: A Model Company Town)

Company B (see MILITARY)

Company D (see MILITARY)

Company E (see MILITARY)

Company H 16:2:162, photo 163 (see MILITARY: Girl Militia)

Compassionate Samaritan: The Life of Lyndon B. Johnson by Philip Reed Rulon, review 54:1:70-71

Compiler Oregon Trail Trek No. 8 by Hazel Nobel Boyack 31:1:77-93

Compton (Colonel) 16:2:118

Compton, Jim 22:2:9

Computer Technology Division (Wyoming State Department of Administration and Information) 66:3:8, 18; 66:4:22

Comstock and Company 44:1:42

Comstock, Anthony 34:2:204, 206, 210

Comstock, Bill 46:1:19, 21-22

Comstock, Henry 44:1:49

Comstock, Theodore B. 15:2:118

Conant, E. M. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:226

Conant, Roger (see Mercer’s Belles)

Conaway, A. B. 15:1:42, 45

Conaway, Arthur 37:2:187, 305

Conaway, Asbury B. (Judge) photo 12:4:286-287; 37:1:5, 14, 17, 19, 24, 44; photo 53:2:31, 38, 40

concentration camps (see Heart Mountain. The History of an American Concentration Camp)

Concert Hall 39:1:26

Concord Coaches 32:1:26, 29; 37:1:77, 79 (see also stage coaches)

Concord stage 31:1:34-35, 39

Condie, Malcolm 24:1:3-4

Condit, Carolyn 39:2:261

Condit, Clark 32:2:251; 39:2:261

Condit, Dick 39:2:261

Condit, Elwin W. (Mrs.) 29:1:33

Condit, James L. 9:2:697

Condit, Jim 39:2:244, 261

Condit, L. R. A. 29:1:43; 32:1:91; 34:1:111

Condit, Lillian B. (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Condit, Lon 39:2:244

Condit, Richard 32:2:247, 251

Condit, Richard H. 27:2:226

Condit, Thelma Gatchell (Mrs.) 27:2:224, 250; 28:2:209, 212; 29:1:120; 29:2:237-238; 30:1:53-75, 106, 108, 111; 30:2:223, 240; 34:1:132 (see also Hole-in-the-Wall; Hole-in-the-Wall, Ono--Early Post Office, Part VI; Hole- in-the-Wall, Early Day Dances, Part VII, Sections I and III; In Memory, Thelma Gatchell Condit; Wyoming State Historical Society President’s Message)

Condit, Winona B. 14:3:196

Cone, G. C. 32:1:64

Cone, Gordon C. 31:2:177-178

Conestoga wagon 65:2/3:15

Confederate Army (see MILITARY)

Confession of George Dunning 49:1:58-63

Conforth, Allan 44:1:46

Conforth, Anthony 44:1:46

Conger, Dean, photo by 66:4:2

Conger, Patrick A. 15:2:122

Congregational Church 65:1:23, 27, 32-33

Congregational missionaries 66:3:6

Congregational Missionary Society 66:1&2:15, 21

Congress (1888) 20:1:37 (see also King of the Hill: Power and Personality in The House of Representatives)

Congress and the Indian: The Politics of Conquest by Robert L. Munkres 60:2:22-31

Congress Park, Illinois 65:2/3:14

Congressional Career of Joseph Maul Carey by George W. Paulson 35:1:21-81

Congressional Career of Senator Francis E. Warren from 1890 to 1902 by Anne Carolyn Hansen 20:1:3-49; 20:2:131-158

Congressional Delegates (see FIRSTS: election for delegates to Congress)

Congressional documents (see Index of Congressional Documents Cites Valuable Wyoming History, 1803-1936)

Congressional Record (First Session) 20:1:14, 19

Congress (Fifty-fourth) 8:2:529-539 (see also US Congress)

Conklin, Robert F. 27:2:226

Conley, Paddy (Corporal) 36:1:62

Conley, Pat 47:1:85

Connaghan, Catharine (Mrs.) 28:2:138

Connaghan, Jeanette 28:2:139

Connaghan, Mary 28:2:139

Connaghan, Robert 28:2:138

Connecticut 10:4:186

Connell, Emmett 26:1:55

Connell, Evan S. (see Son of the Morning Star, Custer and the Little Bighorn)

Connell, Thomas W. (Captain) 59:1:29

Connelley, Pat 30:1:21

Connelly (Sergeant) 36:2:178-179

Connelly, Thomas Claude (see also Wyoming a Cattle Kingdom) 22:1:68

Conner, Glen A. 27:2:164; 28:1:41

Conner, R. B. 20:1:74

Connis, J. R. (see Recollections of Taylor Pennock)

Connolly (Lieutenant) 39:1:106

Connolly, C. P. 20:2:148

Connolly, Gallio C. 29:2:159

Connor Battlefield 6:4:290

Connor Campaign (1865) 44:2:141

Connor Expedition 44:2:154-155

Connor, J. W. 17:1:80, 82

Connor, John 19:1:31

Connor, Patrick Edward (General) 1:3:7; 8:2:571; 15:4:376; 16:1:74; 17:1:9; 18:2:93, 107; 27:2:142-158; 28:1:86, 89; 28:2:198, 201, 203; 29:1:76, 78, 86-89, 91; 29:2:196-197, 205-206, 208, 215-216; 33:1:78; 33:2:170-172, 211; 34:2:245; 35:2:126; 36:1:49, 51-52, 70-71, 73-75; 36:2:222; 41:1:55; 41:2:221-223; 44:1:31; 44:2:143; 45:1:106; 46:1:11, 32, 34; 47:1:45; 51:2:40; 55:1:37-38 (see also Connor Campaign; Connor Expedition; Glory Hunter: A Biography of Patrick Edward Connor; Powder River Expedition)

Connor, Rock H. 26:1:94; 26:2:215

Connor, T. J. 22:2:55

Connor, T. W. 15:4:387

Connors (General) (see General Connor’s Tongue River Battle)

Connor’s Johnny (see Connor’s Saloon)

Connor’s Saloon 21:1:22

Conologue, Moneta 2:4:78

Conover, Peter (Colonel) 26:2:149

Conquering Bear 33:2:226-228; 36:1:13 (see also Brule Sioux)

Conrad 29:1:54

Conrad, Casper H. (Brigadier General) 18:1:58

Conrad, Francis (Corporal) 20:2:167; 43:2:243-245

Conrad, George (Captain) 27:2:145

Conrad, John A. 35:2:128, 131

Conrad, John H. (see John H. Conrad and Company)

Conroy and Williams Articles of Agreement 9:3:760

Conroy, Florence 61:1:8

Conroy, John C. 55:1:45

conservation 22:1:54-55 (see also Crucible for Conservation)

Considine, Jim 31:2:135-138

Consolidated Oil Company 55:1:8

Consolidated Royalty (Con-Roy) Building (Casper, Wyoming) 66:1&2:32

Consolidated Royalty Oil Company 22:1:81

Constant, Alex 40:1:114

Constant, Katherine 22:1:68

Constantine Record 23:2:48

Constitution 26:1:86; 26:2:199 (see also State Constitution)

Constitutional Convention 24:2:28-30; 53:2:14 (see also State Constitutional Convention)

Constitutional Convention Committee for Irrigation and Water Rights 53:2:14

Constitutional Convention delegates (see State Constitutional Convention delegates)

Continental Divide 1:1:3; 17:2:89, 91; 65:2/3:7

Continental Oil Company 28:2:176

Continental Steamer 34:1:78; 35:2:214, 218, 220, 222-223, 225, 228 (see also Journal of Life on the Steamer Continental)

Continental Trading Company, Ltd. 53:1:23, 25 (see also Naval Oil Reserves, Teapot Dome and the Continental Trading Company)

Contor, Jack 36:2:153

Contract With America 66:4:4

Contrasting Views of Lynching in Two Wister Stories by Roscoe L. Buckland 65:4:3, 36

Control Oil 22:1:90

conundrums 58:2:6

Convent of the Holy Child Jesus 8:4:644

Conversations with Wallace Stegner on Western History and Literature by Wallace Stegner and Richard Etulain, review 56:2:49

Converse, A. R. 15:4:388; 20:1:4; 23:1:17; 24:2:20; 28:2:175

Converse, Amasa R. (Reverend) 39:1:85; 54:1:52

Converse and Warren Livestock Company 20:1:7

Converse Cattle Company 54:1:52

Converse, Charaty Ann photo 39:1:86, 91

Converse, Charles Sydney (Reverend) 38:2:174; 39:1:74, 85, photo 86, 88, 97, 100

Converse County 66:3:34

Converse County map 6:3:275; 6:4:301, 313, 318-319; 7:1:329-333; 18:2:157-159; 19:1:32; 21:2/3:197; 24:2:21, 39, 47; 33:2:156-157, 196; 36:2:212, 228; 42:2:230, 267; 48:2:177, 194; 49:1:6-7, 17-19; 65:1:22 (see also Economic History and Settlement of Converse County, Wyoming Bibliography)

Converse County News 24:2:39, 47; 33:2:157

Converse, Flavia (Miss) 38:2:174

Converse, N. Jesse (Mrs.) 24:1:101

Convery, James 35:2:137

convict strike at the Wyoming State Penitentiary 65:4:7 (see also State Penitentiary)

Conwell, Pat 23:1:101

Conwell, R. E. 56:1:26

Conwell, Ralph 23:1:100; 25:1:63, 66-67

Conyers, E. W. 42:1:8, 21; 42:2:199, 201-203, 213, 220-221; 43:2:229; 65:2/3:23-26

Conyers, Enoch 40:2:203

Cook (Doctor) 22:2:16

Cook (Lieutenant) 35:2:220

Cook (Superintendent) 20:2:171

Cook 1:4:20; 48:1:122; 65:2/3:24

Cook, A. D. 22:2:43

Cook, A. H. (Captain) 1:3:20

Cook, Ada 26:1:58

Cook, Amanda Mary Fletcher 46:1:5-25, photos 26-27, 28-46

Cook, Bird Wolfe (Mrs.) 32:1:75

Cook, C. C. (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Cook, C. W. 15:2:108; 36:2:138

Cook, Charles (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:226

Cook, Charles W. (see Valley of the Upper Yellowstone)

Cook, D. C. 16:2:174 (see also Bill Barlow’s Budget Office, 1886, Douglas, Wyoming)

Cook, D. J. 20:2:171, 175

Cook, Dave 61:1:3-4

Cook, Edmund (Mr. and Mrs.) 38:1:85, 93, 103

Cook, Elizabeth 64:3/4:22

Cook, Frederick (Doctor) 52:2:46

Cook, Fredrick 27:2:208; 28:1:87-88

Cook, Harold J. (see Tales of the 0-4 Ranch)

Cook, Helen 29:1:32 (see also Old Church)

Cook, James (Captain) 38:2:227; 40:1:53

Cook, James H. 65:1:46 (see also Fifty Years on the Old Frontier)

Cook, Jeannie (see Wiley’s Dream of Empire: The Wiley Irrigation Project)

Cook, Joe "Red Canyon Stage Station" 40:1:119-120

Cook, Joseph W. (Reverend) 28:2:145; 34:2:231; 38:2:183, 188; 39:1:29; 40:2:166, 178-179; 41:1:88

Cook, Josiah 24:2:82, 87, 89

Cook, Louisa 65:2/3:24

Cook, Lucy 65:2/3:12

Cook, Malcolm L. 27:2:226 (see also review of Montana: A History of Two Centuries; review of Rocky Mountain West)

Cook, Missouri 65:2/3:23

Cook, Peter S. 26:1:31; 61:1:3

Cook, Philip St. George 38:2:223; 42:1:18, 91-92

Cook, T. S. 24:2:3

Cook, Thomas 15:1:15

Cook, V. T. (Doctor) 60:1:25

Cook, Vera 31:1:44

Cook, W. W. (Lieutenant) 36:2:176, 178-179

Cook, Will 55:1:25

Cook, William 26:1:57-58, 64

Cook, William E. 46:1:24

Cook, William Wallace 49:1:109-110, photo 111, 112-130 (see also William Wallace Cook: Dime Novelist)

Cooke City 12:3:224

Cooke, John Rogers 27:1:43

Cooke, Philip St. George (Colonel) 16:1:140; 27:1:43-60, 64, 75

Cookesley’s Peak 52 Cowboy State (see also Wyoming: Still the Cowboy State?)

cooking (see Shoot Me A Biscuit. Stories of Yesteryear’s Roundup Cooks)

Cooksey, C. R. "Mose" (Mr. and Mrs.) 38:1:93, 103

Cookson, David A. (see review of I’d Rather Be Born Lucky than Rich: The Autobiography of Robert H. Hinckley)

Cook’s Creed 47:2:198

Cooley (Sergeant) 21:2/3:188

Cooley, Arden 25:1:79

Cooley, D. N. 29:2:211-213, 217-221, 224-227; 39:2:190

Cooley, Elton (Mrs.) 25:1:72-73, 75, 77-78

Cooley, Elton 25:1:75-76, 79

Cooley, Myra 25:1:77, 80-81 (see also Meet Me on the Green)

Coolidge (Captain) 19:2:110

Coolidge, Grace (see Teepee Neighbors)

Coolidge, Porter B. 2:4:78; 6:1&2:241; 11:4:240; 26:1:56 (see also Sacajawea)

Coolidge, Sherman (Reverend) 11:4:240; 19:2:110

coon dance 66:1&2:18

Coon Creek 51:1:107

Coon Dive 49:2:257 (see also RANCHES: hog)

Cooney and Coffee road ranch 18:2:130 (see also Cuney and Ecoffey; RANCHES: hog; RANCHES: Six Mile Ranch; RANCHES: Three Mile Ranch)

Cooney, Thomas F. 27:2:226

Coons, Arlan W. 42:2:174

Coonts (Mrs.) 42:2:206

Cooper (architect) 15:2:158

Cooper (rodman) 17:1:24

Cooper, Billie 38:1:117

Cooper, Clara Chassell 26:1:96; 26:2:216, 219

Cooper County, Missouri 23:1:61-62

Cooper Cove 33:1:91

Cooper Creek 33:1:89; 36:1:19 (see also Short History of the Cooper Creek Area)

Cooper Creek Crossing 33:1:90

Cooper Creek Stage Station 33:1:89

Cooper Hill 33:1:89

Cooper Hill Mines 42:164

Cooper, J. B. 53:1:10

Cooper, J. G. (Doctor) 16:2:145

Cooper, J. P. 42:1:79-809

Cooper, Jack 36:2:239-240

Cooper, James Fenimore 65:4:14

Cooper Lake 21:2/3:197; 33:1:89

Cooper, Owl-Eyed Tom 37:1:104

Cooper, Ralph 27:2:226

Cooper, Tom 19:1:45, 48; 23:2:58; 28:2:188

Cooperative Extension Service 64:1:11, 21

Cooper’s Creek 17:1:30; 44:2:148, 152

Coordinating Committee on National Parks and National Forests 58:2:26

Coo-sha-gan 30:1:72 (see also Bannock)

Cooz (Chief Johnson’s wife) 16:2:91 (see also Ute)

Cope (see Master Naturalist Cope)

Cope, Edward 26:1:34

Cope, Everton B. 24:1:4; 27:2:226

COPE (see Committee on Political Education)

Copenhaver, Everett T. 27:2:240; 48:2:188-189, 236

copper smelter 15:1:37

Copper King Mine 60:2:33

Copper Mountain 19:2:117; 24:2:96; 39:1:114

Copper Mountain sulpher mines 51:1:132

Copperton, Wyoming 28:2:158

Coppinger, J. J. (Brigadier General) 16:1:10, 16, 28; 20:2:113

Copps, Earnest W. (Mrs.) 35:2:142

Cora F. Cressy (sailing ship) 66:1&2:47-49

Cora, Wyoming 22:2:30, 32

Corbett Crossing, Wyoming 49:2:264-265, 273, 284

Corbett, John 49:2:264, 274, 281, 283; 51:1:118

Corbett Trading Post (see Old Arland and Corbett Trading Post on Cottonwood Creek)

Corbin, Dan 30:2:214

Corbin, Helen (Mrs.) 27:2:238

Corbridge, W. J. 8:3:602

Corbusier, William H. (Doctor) 53:2:61

Cordier, Mary H. (see Schoolwomen of the Prairies and Plains)

cordillera 65:2/3:7

Cordiner, A. H. 27:2:226

Cordiner, Jim 15:3:242

Cordit, Sylvanius 22:2:56

Cordova, Rose (Mrs.) 51:2:32

Corey, George W. 33:2:141

Corey, Herbert 42:2:177

Corger, Mary 46:2:226 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Corlett Grade School 54:1:20

Corlett, Lacey 37:2:178

Corlett, Riner 37:2:178

Corlett, William W. 1:2:7; 37:1:29; 15:1:8-9, 40; 15:3:285; 15:4:389; 17:1:79-80; 19:2:130; 20:1:64, 66, 73; 21:2/3:195; 23:1:8-9, 29; 37:2:167; 51:2:24; 53:2:22, 26, 34, 36-37; 62:1:53

Corn Belt (see also From Prairie to Corn Belt Farming on the Illinois and Iowa Prairies in the Nineteenth Century)

Corn Creek farm 27:1:78, 85, 87

Corn, Samuel T. (Justice) 15:1:45; 20:1:11; 35:1:77; 37:2:187, 203; photo 53:2:31, 37; 61:2:47

Cornelison, John W. 64:3/4:4 (see also Beginning of the West: Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West, 1540-1854; review of From the Missouri to the Great Salt Lake: An Account of Overland Freighting; review of Swan Land and Cattle Company, Ltd.; review of Western Incidents Connected with the Union Pacific Railroad)

Cornell (Reverend) 17:1:77, 80, 82-83

Cornell, John (Reverend) 38:2:183, 188, 194

Cornell, Joseph (Reverend) 34:1:86, 92

Cornell, Wm. 22:2:55

cornerstone laying ceremonies (see Wyoming State Capitol)

Cornforth Brothers 39:1:14

Cornish (see Crossing Wyoming with the Forty-Niners: Cornish Impressions of the Trek West; Cousin Jacks: The Cornish in America)

Cornish and Watson Saddlery 34:2:216

Cornish miners 59:2:8-10

Cornwall, M. (Reverend) 42:2:224

Coronado 21:2/3:171

Corporation for Public Broadcasting 66:4:2

Corral Creek, Idaho 23:1:87

Corry, Lee 19:2:68

Corry, Len 19:2:68

Corsberg, Mike photo 38:1:114, 117

Corsetry 46:2:226 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Corson, Sam 64:2:37

Cortes, Hernando 49:2:228, 231, 243

Corthell, (Mrs.) 59:1:39, 44

Corthell, David 27:2:226; 33:1:73, 101

Corthell, Irving E. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:226

Corthell, Morris 33:1:49

Corthell, Nellis E. 23:1:77; 42:1:49-50, 52; 59:1:39, 44

Corum, Alfred 45:2:260

Corum, Alfred A. (see GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Cory, Benjamin (Doctor) 40:2:206, 217; 42:1:21; 43:2:225

Cory, L. P. 21:2/3:210

Cosad, David 31:1:17; 32:2:169

Cosby, C. M. 43:1:45, 50

Cosgriff Brothers 44:2:179, 205

Cosgriff, T. A. (Mrs.) 27:2:226

Cosgriff, Thomas A. 54:2:41, 44

Cosgrove, Tommy 16:1:31

Cosmos Club (Washington, D.C.) 66:4:24

Cossley, Jo 22:2:65-66, 70

Coster, Robert 26:2:149

costume (see Primitive Indian Dress)

Cota, Percy "Blackie" 41:1:67

Cotherman, Steve (see review of Democratic Art, An Exhibition on the History of Chromolithography)

Cotner, Cotner and Kennedy 53:2:17

Cottage Row 51:2:12

Cotter, John L. (Doctor) 32:2:242; 33:2:128

Cotterman, Almeda (see Fisher, Almeda)

Cotterman, Homer 66:4:12, 21

Cottier, R. M. 39:2:258

cotton tail ("dizzy blonde") 16:2:141

Cotton, John 33:1:42

Cotton Mission 21:2/3:119

Cotton, Thomas M. 33:2:158; 37:2:182

Cottonwood Creek (Idaho) 23:12:88

Cottonwood Creek 28:1:46; 37:1:91; 39:1:123; 42:2:247, 254-255, 263; 44:1:17 (see also Old Arland and Corbett Trading Post on Cottonwood Creek)

Cottonwood Creek Valley 42:2:254

Cottonwood Creek, Wyoming 20:1:86; 23:2:24, 50-51; 26:2:212; 30:2:153

Cottonwood Divide (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Cottonwood Draw 37:1:99

Cottonwood Moon by Richard F. Fleck, review 51:2:71-72

Cottonwood Ranch (see RANCHES)

Cottonwood River 32:2:223

Cottonwood Springs 23:2:27; 42:1:96; 42:2:254

Cottonwood Station 23:2:25

Cottonwood Station by Helen Henderson 42:2:255-256

Cottrell, C. P. 26:12:63

Cottrell, Harvey 24:1:3

Couch, James 26:1:63

Coues 16:1:71 (see also Hidatsa Dictionary; Sioux)

Coues, Elliott 34:2:181, 185, 189

Coughlin, Louis D. 26:1:96

Coughman and Morse 29:2:155

Coughman, Joe 29:2:155

Coulehan, Charlotte (Mrs.) 17:2:171

Coulson, B. J. (Mrs.) 28:2:211

Coulson, Montana 49:2:269-270

Coulten (see Coulter)

Coulter (Coltrin), Jebedee 21:2/3:125

Coulter, F. S. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:227

Coulter, John (see Colter, John)

Coulter, John M. 34:2:181; 44:1:88

Coulter Lake 44:1:88

Coulter’s Landing 19:2:68

Coulthard, J. H. "Bud" 24:1:4

Council Bluffs 4:1:242

Council Bluffs, Iowa 23:1:598; 31:21:145; 65:2/3:6, 11-13

Council Bluffs Road (see Council Bluffs Road; Mormon Trail-Council Bluffs Road)

Council Bluffs Road by Merrill J. Mattes 65:2/3:14

Council Grove 46:1:73

Council of Energy Resource Tribes 59:1:25

Countess of Flat Creek by Lynne Cheney 55:2:28-32

counties (1884) 15:1:69; (1910) map 35:2:176; (1930) map 35:2:175

Countiss, William H. 19:2:112

Country Railroad Station in America by H. Roger Grant and Charles W. Bohi, review 51:1:167-168

Country School Legacy in Wyoming by Andrew Gulliford 54:2:10-19

Countryman, Ethel 46:1:116

County Commissioners 19:1:31

County Defense Councils 24:1:5, 8

Courier 33:2:153-154

Course of Empire by Bernard DeVoto, review 25:2:222-224

Court House Rock 23:1:58, 64; 23:2:24; 25:2:123; 28:1:73; 40:1:14; photo 40:2:page following 252; photo 59:2:40, 41

Court Martial of General George Armstrong Custer by Lawrence A. Frost, review 53:2:81

Courtant’s History of Wyoming by Alfred J. Mokler 22:2:101-103

Courtney, John (Private) 27:2:172

Courts, Wyoming 53:2:22-43

Cousin Jacks: The Cornish in America by A. A. Rouse, review 41:2:282-283

Cousin Ranch (see RANCHES)

Coutant (Colonel) 1:3:19; 2:2:38-39; 9:3:746

Coutant, Charles G. 12:1:35-46; 12:2:144-152; 12:3:240-244; 12:4:323-328; 13:1:74-80; 13:2:141-155; 13:3:217- 230; 13:4:355-365; 14:1:65-82; 14:2:141-158; 19:2:117-124; 20:2:165-175; 21:2/3:181-182, 186, 191; 23:1:18; 46:1:39; 48:1:94; 66:4:2

Coutant, Chas. G. (Mrs.) 22:2:102

Coutis, George 52:2:50

Cover, Tom 36:2:224, 231

covered wagon drive 42:1:99-100; 42:2:177

Covered Wagon Centennial 23:2:58-59; 29:1:81

Covered Wagon Centennial 50:1:29-30, photo 31

Covert, Dean 21:2/3:111; 26:1:98

Covey, Edward (Doctor) 27:1:50, 58

Cow Belles 21:2/3:228-229, 234-236; 26:2:228 (see also Wyoming Cow-Belles)

Cow Chips ‘n Cactus by Florence Blake Smith, review 34:2:258

Cow Column 65:2/3:16

Cow Country 21:2/3:217

Cow Country Cavalcade by Maurice Frink, review 26:2:228; 65:4:32

Cow Country Legacies by Agnes Wright Spring, review 49:2:289-290

Cow Creek Ranch (see RANCHES)

Cowan, G. A. 29:2:143

cowboy equipment 21:1:67; 26:1:28

Cowboy and His Interpreters by Douglas Branch, review 34:2:250-251; 65:4:14

Cowboy at Work by Fay E. Ward, review 31:1:110

Cowboy by Philip Ashton Rollins, review 1:2:8; 1:1&2:15; 65:4:12, 34

Cowboy by Ross Santee, review 37:1:136-137

Cowboy Capers by Clifford Westermeier illustration 22:2:12, 13-25

Cowboy Culture: A Saga of Five Centuries by David Dary, review 54:1:80

Cowboy Joe 57:2:6

Cowboy Representative or Rep by Ed Wright 30:1:13-16

Cowboy Saloon photo 37:2:150

Cowboy Songs and Western Railroad Songs by Keith and Rusty McNeil, review 66:4:68

Cowboy State (Wyoming) 66:1&2:6; 66:3:54

Cowboy State 65:2/3:16

cowboys 5:1:30-31; 15:1:19-20; 21:1:57-62, 68-78; illustration 29:1:42; 29:2:161-168, illustration 166; 30:1:13-16; 52:1:44-45 (see also cowpunchers; Humour of the American Cowboy; labor strikes)

Cowboys and Cattlemen edited by Michael W. Kennedy, review 36:2:254-256

cowboy’s prayer 28:2:179

Cowdell, Jens 22:2:30, 38

Cowgirls of the Rodeo: Pioneer Professional Athletes by Mary Lou LeCompte, review 66:4:67-68

Cowgirls, Women of the American West: An Oral History by Teresa Jordan 56:2:45-46

Cowhick, D. R. (Reverend) 65:1:23

Cowhick, Grace 37:1:52

Cowhick, J. W. 37:1:95

Cowhick, J. Y. (Reverend) 37:1:54; 51:2:24

Cowhick, Ora 37:1:31

Cowles, C. J. 9:3:741

Cowley High School 27:2:227

Cowley, Matthew 21:2/3:120 (see also Woodruff, Wilford)

Cowley, Wyoming 30:2:149; 53:2:15

cowpunchers 26:1:31

Cows All Over the Place by Lee H. Whittlesey 66:4:42-57

Cox (Captain) 36:2:179

Cox (Doctor) 47:1:99

Cox, A. H. 1:3:19

Cox, Hugh 64:1:24

Cox, J. O. (General) 20:2:165

Cox, Jas. 19:1:26

Cox, John E. (Private) 49:2:254

Cox, Leslie 31:1:44, 46

Cox, Mark T. 26:1:31

Cox, Thomas 21:2/3:136, 156

Cox, W. C. 39:1:73

Coxey, Jacob (General) 41:1:105

Coxey, Jacob B. 54:1:13

Coxey, Jacob S. 66:3:44

Coxey’s Army 18:1:27, 29, 63; 41:1:105

Coxey’s Army: An American Odyssey by Carolos A. Schwantes, review 58:2:55

Coy, John 43:1:71

Coykendall (Mrs.) 33:1:89

Coyle, J. J. 34:1:15

Coyner, D. H. 21:2/3:181

Coyote Basin 16:2:101

Coyote Bill 47:2:145

coyotes 26:1:9; 50:2:258-259

Crabb, Pauline (Miss) 25:2:211

Crabtree, Henry 55:2:31

Crabtree, Rose 55:2:32

Cracked Creek 23:2:28

Craig (Agent) 27:1:80

Craig (Reverend) 46:1:117

Craig, A. 29:2:189; 44:2:275

Craig, David H. 39:1:100

Craig, James (General) 15:2:150-152; 28:1:86

Craig, James 61:2:16, 18

Craig, Jim 45:2:155

Craig, John 39:2:224

Craig, L. J. 41:1:23

Craig, N. N. 59:2:21

Craig, Nate 53:1:55-56, 59-60

Craig, Richard B. 54:2:25

Craighead, Frank, Jr. 64:1:25

Craig’s trading fort 15:3:289

Crain, C. N. 2:4:78

Crain, Charlie 20:1:92

Crain, Donald E. 1:4:20

Crain, Edna M. 3:1:112

Crain, H. E. 1:3:20

Crain, Harry 12:1:81; 54:2:60

Crain, Lucille Cardin 56:1:28

Cramer (Mrs.) 23:1:102

Cramer, Billy 65:4:3, back cover

Crampton, C. Gregory (see review of Where the Old West Stayed Young; Standing Up Country)

Crampton, Frank A. (see Deep Enough: A Working Stiff in the Western Mine Camps)

Crancall 34:1:92

Crandall, Bud 65:4:18

Crandall, Harrison photo 66:4:47

Crandall, J. 17:1:81

Crandall, Marwin J. 12:3:223

Crandall Studios 10:1:45

Crane 34:2:167 (see also Gossard Versus Crane, National Issues Brought to the University of Wyoming in the 1920s)

Crane, Arthur Griswold (Governor) 8:4:644; 10:1:45; 21:2/3:219; 37:2:176, photo 234, 236; 43:1:31, 3842, 76; 52:2:40; 54:1:30; 57:2:10-11, photos 12-13, photo 18, 14-20; 61:1:6

Crane, Charles 33:2:191

Crane, G. J. 59:1:32

Crane, Harry E. 34:2:165-167

Crane, J. C. 39:1:103

Crane, Mary 37:2:236

Crane, Paul 37:2:237 (see also Chinese Massacre)

Craner 19:1:43

Cranston, Charles 33:2:191

Cranston, Red 32:1:80-81

Craven, J. Howard 56:1:27

Craver, W. M. 19:1:43

Crawford 24:1:30, 49

Crawford and Thompson ("Cow Outfit") 20:2:108

Crawford, D. 21:2/3:211

Crawford, Ed 16:1:31

Crawford, J. F. 18:2:153

Crawford, J. W. 16:2:144

Crawford, James H. 16:2:109

Crawford, L. C. 5:2:78; 5:2&3:120

Crawford, Lewis F. 3:2:149

Crawford, Mark (see River Too Far: The Past and Future of the Arid West)

Crawford, Medorem (Captain) 22:2:52; 28:1:84

Crawford, Nebraska 46:1:113

Crawford, Paul 64:1:24

Crawford, T. Hartley 58:2:11, 15

Crawford, William 3:3:158-161; 5:4:135-136, photo 148; 16:1:31; 17:1:80; 44:1:91


Crazy Horse 4:3:341-343, 349-350; 6:3:270; 18:1:18; 26:2:127; 28:1:45-46, 67; 32:2:223; 41:1:34, 38, 56-57, 94, 97-99, 101; 42:2:257-258, 262, 266; 45:1:42; 48:1:47-48, 60, 113, 124-125; 55:1:41-42; 59:1:50; 63:2:59-60 (see also Criticism on Sherrod Manuscript; Sioux)

Crazy Horse Fork 17:1:12

Crazy Horse: The Strange Man of the Oglalas by Mari Sandoz 64:2:69

Crazy Woman Creek 16:1:74; 22:2:99; 30:2:178; 31:2:211; 32:1:97, 100; 32:2:217; 33:1:55, 58; 33:2:184; 36:1:74; 36:2:208, 218; 38:1:62; 38:2:169

Creath, Tom Dave 19:1:43

Creath, Ulysses (Reverend) 24:2:100-110

Creating the West: Historical Interpretations, 1890-1990 by Gerald D. Nash, review 64:3/4:61-62

Credit Mobilier 43:2:194-195

Cree 44:1:62; 48:1:110; 56:2:21; 59:1;16, 56 (see also Plains Cree)

creeks in southeastern Wyoming 12:1:38

creeks in the Fetterman Country 1:2:6

Creglown, Fred D. 55:1:6

Creigh, Dorothy Weyer (see Adams County: A Story of the Great Plains; Adams County: The People, 1872-1972)

Creighton, Edward 7:1:347; 17:1:56, 63; 18:2:103; 20:2:170; 21:2/3:191; 23:1:24-25; 31:1:79; 32:1:46; 33:1:82, 86; 34:1:87; 36:2:186-187, 189; 42:2:261; 44:2:274

Creighton, J. H. 12:4:327

Creighton Lake 21:2/3:198

Creighton Street (Big Horn, Wyoming) 66:1&2:16

Creighton’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

Crescent Oil 22:1:90

Creston, Wyoming 16:2:143; 22:1:33; 22:2:69; 53:1:56

Crews, Thomas B. 45:2:257

Crichlow, E. B. 16:2:130

crime (see West of Hell’s Fringe: Crime, Criminals, and the Federal Peace Officer in Oklahoma Territory, 1889-1907)

criminals (see individual names; West of Hell’s Fringe: Crime, Criminals, and the Federal Peace Officer in Oklahoma Territory, 1889-1907; women criminals)

Crippa, E. D. "Ted" 45:2:193

Cripple Creek, Colorado 22:1:84

Crisler, Marie M. (Miss) 27:2:227; 37:1:113

Crisman, Homer C. (Reverend) 26:1:92; 27:2:227

Crisman, J. C. 15:4:393

Cristobal, L. G. 1:3:20; 2:4:79; 3:1:109; 4:2:320

Criticism on Sherrod Manuscript 4:4:394-395

Crittenden 48:1:122

Crittenden, Eugene Wilkinson 38:1:6, 22, 42

Crittenden, Thomas 60:2:23, 25

Crocker 40:1:31

Crockett, W. Y. 32:2:202-203

Crofts, Alfred 56:1:27

Crofutt, George A. 21:2/3:211-213

Cromer, Briant S. (Judge) 24:1:4

Cromer, Phil 33:2:160

Cronin, Sarah (Mrs.) 35:1:11

Cronkleton, Mary 51:2:9, 17

Crook County 3:4:203-211; 19:1:33; 21:2/3:196; 23:1:20, 24; 34:1:13; 35:2:130 (see also Pioneering in Crook County)

Crook County 66:3:34

Crook County Courthouse photo 53:2:35

Crook County Monitor 65:1:27

Crook County Museum 13:4:388

Crook, Esther M. (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Crook, Fannie H. photo 17:2:158

Crook, George (General) 15:2:118; 16:2:99, 108, 123, 138, 142; 17;1:12; 18:1:16, 18-19, 27; 18:2:129; 20:1:49; 23:1:20; 28:1:30-32, 38-39; 30:2:153; 31:2:237; 32:2:222; 36:1:44, 49; 36:2:233; 37:1:87, 90-91; 41:1:93- 103; 42:2:272; 44:1:64, 69; 44:2:166, 200; 45:1:27-28, 30-31, 34-37, 43; 46:1:43-44; 47:1:66; 48:1:47-49, 51-53, 60-61, 64, 113-114, 116, 124; 48:2:277; 56:2:3-7, photo 8, 9-10; 57:1:27, 32; 49:1:50; 63:2:58-63

Crook, W. W. (Doctor) 51:1:18

Crook, Willie 33:2:143

Crooked Muddy Creek 31:2:173

Crooked X (see RANCHES)

Crooks (fur trader) 15:2:135-136

Crooks Gap 44:1:10; 44:2:275

Crooks, Ramsay 17:2:96; 43:2:293

Crook’s Creek 47:2:239

Crook’s Gap (see Harris Road Ranch, Crook’s Gap Station and Burnt Ranch Station)

Crook’s Gap Station 47:2:239-241

Crosby, Bing 66:4:23

Crosby, George Henry, Sr. 11:3:146

Crosby, Jesse W. 21:2/3:115; 31:1:15; 40:2:219; 46:2:234

Crosby, Jesse W., Jr. (see History and Journal of the Life and Travels of Jesse Crosby)

Crosby, Jesse W. S. 11:3:145-218

Crosby, John S. (Montana Territorial Governor) 65:1:47

Crosby, Patty 25:1:95

Crosby Radio Shop 43:1:11

Crosby, Warner N. 43:1:11-16, 18, 24, 51 (see also Crosby Radio Shop)

Crosley, C. H. B. 23:1:105

Crosley, Jack 52:2:53

Cross Creek, Kansas 23:1:57, 61

Cross, George H. 19:1:48; 28:1:66 (see also Early Explorers)

Cross, George W. 35:2:182

Cross, Jack 38:1:95

Cross, Osborne (Major) 27:1:5; 31:1:26-28; 31:2:147, 173, 189; 32:1:63; 32:2:193; 43:2:222, 226-227

Crossen, Forest (see review of Golden Rails, 100 Years of Operation of the Union Pacific Railroad)

Crossfield, Francis 38:1:117

Crossing the Bar (poem) by Tennyson 33:2:197

Crossing the Barriers (sketch by C. Hall) photo 42:2:page following 192

Crossing Wyoming with the Forty-Niners: Cornish Impressions of the Trek West by Brian P. Birch 59:2:8-15

Crosson, David (see review of Index of Archived Resources for a Folklife and Cultural History of the Island Pacific Northwest)

Crossthwaite, Frank B. 38:1:62; 65:4:29

Crouch, Kenneth E. 29:1:120 (see also Bedford and its Namesakes; State Song of Wyoming)

Crounse 34:2:140

Crouse, Charley 50:2:348

Crouse, Jack 46:1:116

Crout, William 16:1:59


Crow 2:2:36; 2:3:53-54; 7:2:395-398; 8:4:614; 14:1:51; 15:3:206; 17:1:6, 12, 89-90; 19:2:63, 95; 21:2/3:113, 174; 22:2:7; 26:1:71, 74; 26:2:123, 174, 179; 27:1:67; 28:1:27-28; 29:1:100; 29:2:129, 137, 141-142, 215; 32:1:114; 33:1:22, 26, 33, 36-37; 33:2:160, 162, 164, 175; 34:1:16; 34:2:246; 36:2:144, 231; photo 38:2:136, 221; 39:2:175; 40:1:37-38; 40:2:227, 278; 43:1:48-89; 43:2:238-241, 246-247; 44:1:57-71; 45:1:31, 33-35; 46:1:44, 126; 48:1:124; 54:2:5-6; 55:1:32, 34, 52; 56:1:7; 56:2:26; 59:1:50-51, 54, 56; 59:2:30; 60:2:27; 65:1:4 (see also Jim Beckwourth: Black Mountain Man and War Chief of the Crows)

Crow agency 66:3:59; 66:4:46

Crow bill 66:3:59

Crow Butte, Nebraska 26:2:124


Crow Creek 17:1:24, 39, 58; 18:1:3-5, 7-8, 22, 35-45, 49, 61, 64-65; 21:1:18; 21:2/3:198; 22:1:71; 23:1:5-6; 30:2:135, 137-139, 152; 31:1:91; 39:1:6; 40:2:165-166, 169-171, 190; 44:2:144; 47:2:222-224

Crow Heart Butte 13:3:215

Crow, I. R. 6:4:324; 24:2:39, 41


Crow Indian Treaties of 1868. An Example of Power Struggle and Confusion in United States Indian Policy by A. Glen Humpherys 43:1:73-89

Crow Reservation 26:1:4-5; 40:2:241-242

Crow Tribal Council 66:3:58

Crowder, Gen 64:3/4:53

Crowe, C. C. 13:1:77

Crowe, George R. 8:4:644; 9:3:761, 763

Crowe, George W. 28:1:14

Crowell, Charles 48:2:230

Crowell, Henry P. 42:1:62

Crowley, C. W. 26:1:64

Crowley, Cora 26:1:61

Crowley, Ellen 50:1:174

Crowley, W. 20:1:70

Crowley, Wyoming (see FIRSTS: postmaster for Crowley)

Crown Collection of American Maps Series IV by A.B. Hulbert 22:2:61

Crown Ranch (see RANCHES)

Crown, Thelma (see review of Historians and the American West; review of Women of the West)

Crowther, David 51:2:50

Croy, Homer (see Wheels West )

Crucible for Conservation by Robert W. Righter, review 56:2:49-50

Cruise, Joseph 8:4:635

Crumrine, Eli 58:1:10, 12, photo 13

Crusade to Save Fort Laramie by Merrill J. Mattes 50:1:5-57; 65:2/3:14

Cruz, Delfino photo 54:2:29

Cruzan, Bill 30:1:29

Crystal Lake 18:1:44-45

Cudahy, John 15:1:8-9

Culbertson, Alexander 59:1:56

Culbertson, Charles M. 42:1:58-59

Culbertson, Mary 58:1:41, 44-45, 47

Culin (Doctor) 32:1:118

Cullen, W. J. 43:1:82, 86-87

Culleton, Henry P. "Doc" photo 15:1:cover, 13; 19:1:53

Culleton, Pierce photo 15:1:cover

Culley, Margo (see Day at a Time: The Diary Literature of American Women from 1764 to the Present)

Cullom (Senator) 37:1:39

Culp, Adam 28:2:185

Culpin, Alan 45:1:131 (see Brief History of Social and Domestic Life Among the Military in Wyoming, 1849-1880)

Cultural Roots of Indian Water Rights by Michael Massie 59:1:15-28

Culture on the Moving Frontier by Louis B. Wright, review 27:2:247-249

Culver, Charles A. 43:1:38-39

Culver, J. M. 3:2:146-147

Cumberland 35:2:178; 42:2:242

Cumberland No. 2 coal mine 42:2:240

Cumberland, Wyoming 22:2:38; 25:2:192; 29:2:158

Cumming, Alfred (Governor) 19:2:76; 26:2:160; 27:1:49, 64, 78, 73, 81-82; 27:2:205-208

Cumming, Elizabeth (see Genteel Gentile. Letters of Elizabeth Cumming, 1857-1858)

Cummings, Alfred 46:2:233, 237; 56:2:15; 59:2:44

Cummings, D. C. 27:2:146

Cummings, J. C. (Sergeant) 34:2:155

Cummins City photo 60:2:32, 33-36, photo 37, 38-41, photo 42, 43 (see also Adventures of an Englishman in Cummins City: Letters from Robert Mills)

Cummins, John 60:2:33-34

Cum-um-bah 26:2:168, 173; 28:1:83; 29:2:211, 213, 225

Cuney, Adolph (see Cuny, Adolph)

Cuney and Ecoffey road ranch 18:2:130 (see Cuny, Adolph; Ecoffey, Jules; RANCHES: hog; RANCHES: Six Mile; RANCHES: Three Mile)

Cunney (see Cuny, Adolph)

Cunningham (see Graves of Cunningham and Turner)

Cunningham, Alex 33:2:183-184, 191

Cunningham, Ben 39:1:114

Cunningham, Daniel 34:2:219

Cunningham, J. Pierce 44:1:92-93, 100

Cunningham, John (Private) 46:2:270, 275-276

Cunningham, Julia 20:2:170

Cunningham, P. M. (Doctor) 55:1:15, 17; 56:1:23, 25-26

Cunningham Ranch (see RANCHES)

Cuntie, W. W. 2:3:50

Cuny, Adolph 3:4:232; 17:1:56; 18:2:130; 20:2:172; 26:1:94; 42:1:92-93; 49:2:257; 57:2:27 (see RANCHES: Cuny; RANCHES: Six Mile; RANCHES: Three Mile; Three Mile Ranch)

Cup-Ears 16:2:89, 98 (see also Ute)

curio shops 16:1:8

Curliss murder 3:4:205

Curly 47:2:166; 48:1:21; 54:2:6 (see also Crow)

Curmichael, Hanah 23:2:39

Curran Brothers 35:2:145

Curran, F. R. (Reverend) 34:1:13, 17, 20-21

Curran, S. M. 13:3:217; 62:1:8-9, 27, 34, 36, 43-44

Currier and Ives 23:2:59

Currington, Gene 45:2:165-166

Curry, Barbara 15:1:64, 67

Curry, Bill 66:4:36

Curry, George 45:2:147

Curry, George R. 16:2:166

Curry, George "Flat Nose" 15:1:64-67; 18:1:78; 28:2:164; 29:2:174-176; 30:1:17, 22, 24, 27-29

Curry, Harold 9:2:699

Curry, Hugh B. 64:2:57

Curry, John 26:1:64

Curry, Peggy Simson 32:2:252 (see also Summer Range; So Far From Spring)

Curry Spring 15:1:65

Curt Teich & Co., Inc. postcards 66:1&2:4, 5

Curtin, Loretta (see review of Indians as the Westerners Saw Them)

Curtis, Carl (Senator) 44:2:253

Curtis, Harold L. 9:2:695

Curtis, Josiah (Doctor) 14:4:274

Curtis, S. R. 61:2:17

Curtis, Samuel 42:2:276

Curtis, William 43:1:71

Curutchet, May Louise (Mrs.) 32:2:251

Cushing, Matthew M. (Mrs.) 27:1:111; 27:2:227

Cushing, Raymond 37:2:223

Cushman (Mr. and Mrs.) 35:2:202

Cushman, Dan (see Great North Trail)

Cusson (Father-priest) 21:2/3:206; 34:1:93

Custard, Amos J. (Sergeant) 28:2:183, 192; 29:1:69-72, 74; 30:2:221; 32:2:227-229, 232-234; 43:2:286, 294-295 (see also Story of Sergeant Custard’s Fight)

Custard Wagon Train 32:2:226-227, 231

Custard Wagon Train Fight 32:2:233-234

Custard’s Hill 32:2:234


Custer 14:1:66; 19:2:65 (see also Custer’s Fall: The Indian Side of the Story; Little Big Horn; Picture Report of the Custer Fight)

Custer (Montana) 66:1&2:17

Custer Album. A Pictorial Biography of Genral George A. Custer by Lawrence A. Frost, review 37:1:133-134

Custer and the Little Big Horn: A Psychobiographical Inquiry by Charles K. Hofling, review 54:1:71-72

Custer Battle Book by Herbert A. Coffeen, edited by Donald and Grace Coffeen, review 37:1:134-135

Custer Battle Ground 40:2:245

Custer Battlefield 9:4:27; 50:1:148

Custer, Boston 48:1:122

Custer City 4:3:347; 27:1:39

Custer Country by Ralph E. Scudder, review 36:2:250

Custer Court Martial by Robert A. Murray 36:2:175-184

Custer, Dakota Territory 18:1:19

Custer, Elizabeth B. (Mrs. George Armstrong) 45:1:94-95, 98, 106; 46:2:266; 48:1:109, 128-131; 65:1:46

Custer, Elizabeth Bacon (Mrs. George Armstrong) (see Elizabeth Bacon Custer and the Making of a Myth)

Custer Expedition (1874) (see Trek No. 25 of Historical Trail Treks, "The Wyoming Portion of the Custer Expedition of 1874 to Explore the Black Hills"; Wyoming Portion of the Custer Expedition of 1874 to Explore the Black Hills, Trek No. 25 of the Historical Trail Treks)

Custer, George Armstrong (Colonel; General) 13:4:341-342; 17:1:12; 18:1:18-19, 61-62; 21:1:66; 23:1:19-20; 27:2:180; 28:1:6, 30; 30:2:152, 169; 31:2:130, 237; 32:1:123; 33:2:172; 34:1:21; 36:2:175-184, 233; 40:2:245; 41:1:34, 38, 40, 45, 57, 93-94, 100; 41:2:230; 42:1:38-39, photo 40, 41-42; 45:1:27, 30, 35-36, 105-106; 46:1:4, 11-12, 19-21, 23, 39, 41; 46:2:263-280; 47:1:66; 48:1:14-15, 45, 54, 114-125, 127-129, 131; 51:2:47; 55:1:542; 56:1:5-6; 59:1:51; 63:2:58; 65:1:46 (see also Archaeology, History and Custer’s Last Battle; Cavalier in Buckskin: George Armstrong Custer and the Western Military Frontier; Court Martial of General George Armstrong Custer; Custer Massacre; Custer: The Life of General George Armstrong Custer; Is Custer Alive Today?; June 25, 1876; Keep the Last Bullet for Yourself. The True Story of Custer’s Last Stand; Son of the Morning Star, Custer and the Little Bighorn; Thrillen’est Fight Ever!: Sheridan Re-enacts Custer’s Last Stand; To the Little Big Horn)

Custer, George Armstrong (Mrs.) (see Custer, Elizabeth B.)

Custer Myth by Colonel W. A. Graham, review 26:1:101-102

Custer Reader by Paul A. Hutton, review 65:4:68

Custer, Tom (Captain) 36:2:176, 178-179; 48:1:116, 122

Custer Tragedy: Events Leading up to and Following the Little Big Horn Campaign of 1876 by Fred Dustin, review 61:1:57-58

Custer: The Life of General Armstrong Custer by Jay Monaghan, review 32:1:134-135

Custer’s Black Hills Expedition of 1876 photo 54:1:36, 37-38, photo 39, photo 41, 42

Custer’s Fall: The Indian Side of the Story by David Humphreys Miller, review 59:1:58-59

Custer’s Gold. The United States Cavalry Expediton of 1874 by Donald Jackson, review 38:2:232-233

Custer’s Last Battle by Captain Charles King, introduction by Paul L. Hedren 48:1:109-125

Custer’s Last Battle by Gail Mercatante photo 48:1:117

Custer’s Last Campaign by John S. Gray, review 65:4:65

Custer’s Last Stand 54:2:3-9

Custer’s Luck by Edgar I. Stewart, review 27:2:245

Custis, Thad (Mr. and Mrs.) 30:1:92

Cut Nose 41:1:60; 44:1:86; 44:2:235; 46:1:4, 19-21, 32 (see also Arapaho)

Cut Penis 43:2:243 (see also Sioux)

Cutler Creek 32:1:146, 152, 158-159

Cutler Creek Pond 32:2:148

Cutler Creek Road 32:2:146

Cutright, Paul 52:1:54

Cuvier (see Grover, Captain)

CY (see BRANDS; RANCHES)

Czar’s Germans by Hattie Plum Williams, edited by Emma S. Haynes, Phile B. Legler, and Gerda S. Walker, review 49:1:150-151