Annals Index - F

F. D. Yates and Company 37:1:79

F. E. Warren Air Force Base (see FORTS AND CAMPS: D. A. Russell; MILITARY: F. E. Warren Air Force Base; MILITARY: Warren Air Force Base)

F. G. S. Hesse Collection 65:4:31

Fabian, Harold P. 42:2:153-156, 158, 163-164, 168, 170, 175

Fabian, Harold P. (Mrs.) 27:2:227; 42:2:158; 44:2:243-244

Fabian, Josephine C. 24:1:102 (see also Jackson’s Hole Story)

Facinelli, Catherina (Mrs.) 24:2:115

Fading Memories by Judge A. C. Campbell 15:1:38-49

Faf, Aaron 21:2/3:139

Fagams 23:2:50

Fagams, Marion 31:2:201

Fagan, Michael 37:1:83-84

Fagan Ranch or Horse Creek Station by Mary Elizabeth Carpender 37:1:82-84

Fahrenbrush, John 11:1:66

Fair Fights and Foul by Thurman Arnold, review 37:2:248

Fairbanks, Luther J. (Lieutenant Colonel) 64:3/4:11

Fairchild, Lucius 31:2:173

Fairfield, Bronson 44:1:43

Fairfield, Illinois 65:1:20

Fairfield, Marshall 44:1:43

Fairfield, S. H. (Private) 29:1:70; 32:2:233

Fairfield, Sam 16:2:144

Fairplay 16:2:110

fairs (see FIRSTS: county to hold agricultural and stock fair; FIRSTS: Wyoming exhibit at a World’s Fair; Territorial Fair)

fairy rings 19:2:116

Falck, Depue 21:2/3:197

Falconer, Andrew 10:1:12; 38:1:89

Falconer, W. A. 3:3:191

Faler, Clyde Morgan 42:1:70

Faler, Vint 22:2:38

Falkenburg, Jinx 64:3/4:9

Fall 31:2:164-165

Fall, Albert B. 31:2:239

Fall River, Wyoming 16:1:9, 13, 17, 26

Fallbrook Utility Company 45:2:192

Fallen Leaf (see Ah-Ho-Appa)

Falling Leaf 18:2:128 (see also Mini-aku; Sioux)

Fallout: An American Nuclear Tragedy by Philip L. Fradkin, review 65:1:54, 58-59

Family Portrait by Mrs. Wilburta Knight Cady 33:1:42-52

Family Traditions by Mark Dugan 64:2:45-59

Fancher, Ruth (Mrs.) 16:1:64

Fanning, Ed 43:1:36

Fanny’s Peak 38:1:96

Far Southwest, 1846-1912. A Territorial History by Howard R. Lamar, review 39:1:144-145

Far West (steamboat) 45:1:42-43

Far West in the 80’s by John J. Fox 21:1:3-87

Far Western Frontier,1830-1860 by Ray Allen Billington, review 29:1:113-114

Faragher, John Mack 64:3/4:49

Fardy Hotel 22:2:35-36

Fargo, North Dakota 65:1:51

Faris, Joe 26:1:64

Farlein, J. A. (Doctor and Mrs.) 27:2:227

Farley, Alan W. 33:2:203

Farley, James A. 18:1:70, 72-73

Farlow, Albert Jerome (Mrs.) 26:2:135; 27:2:227

Farlow, Albert Jerome "Stub" 26:1:54-55, 57, 61; 26:2:130, 133-136, photo 134; 27:2:227

Farlow, Ed, Jr. (Mrs.) 26:1:52, 55, 60, 63; 26:2:133

Farlow, Ed, Jr. 26:1:60; 26:2:133

Farlow, Edward J. 2:2:39; 4:2:303-305; 14:1:83 (see also Powder River Let’er Buck Derivation of the Famous Slogan; Sam Berry, An Outlaw Who Killed for Money)

Farlow, Etta 26:1:56

Farlow, Henry 26:1:64

Farlow, Jules 22:2:8; 26:1:92, 106; 26:2:133, 210, 216; 27:2:227; 29:2:187-188; 30:2:193, 195, 222-224; 31:1:87-88; 31:2:213, 226; 32:2:249; 40:1:107, 116, 122 (see also History of Fremont County Pioneer Association)

Farlow, Netta 26:1:61

Farmer, James 18:2:99

Farnham 42:2:269

Farnham, Elijah Bryan 31:2:164, 188; 32:2:189, 224; 42:2:266

Farnham, Russell 17:2:96

Farnham, Thomas J. 22:2:53

Farnsworth, Frances Joyce 44:2:239

Farnum, E. B. 28:1:55

Farny, Henry 64:1:24

Faro 65:1:10 (see also card games)

Farr, Aron (see Faf)

Farrdar, Fred 42:1:49

Farrel, E. 17:1:56, 80

Farrell, Edward (Captain) 64:2:34

Farrell, Evalina 64:2:34

Farris, Joe 31:1:87

Farson Store 22:2:30, 50; 30:2:200; 31:2:213, 215-216, 221

Farthing, Charles 2:3:60

Farwell, Charles A. 27:1:27; 35:2:131

Farwell, Stephen T. 12:2:119

Fast Bear 18:2:112; 43:2:249 (see also Sioux)

Fast Life 33:2:140; 39:1:25

Fast Thunder 28:1:31

Fate of a Cattle Rustler by John Clay 64:2:34

Faucett, Elizabeth 23:1:54-56

Faucett, George 23:1:54-56

Faucett, Levi 23:1:54-56

Faucett, Marie 23:1:54-56

Faulk, J. Evelyn 6:1&2:242; 8:2:64

Faulk, Odie B. (see Mexican War: Changing Interpretations)

Faulkner, Virginia 31:2:243

Fautin, Reed 24:1:93-95

Faver (Sergeant) 27:2:169, 172

Faville, A. D. 5:2:78; 5:2&3:120

Faville, A. D. (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fawcett, Billy 34:1:15

Fawcett, John 26:2:161

Fay, Baldy 35:2:153

Fay, Benjamin 64:2:49

Fay, Bert 24:2:7

Fay, Elizabeth Barrow 24:2:6-7

Fear, Clifton 25:1:59

Fear’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

Feast in the Wilderness 30:1:43, 47, 52

Feather Woman 59:1:54 (see also Crow)

Fechet (Major) 35:2:145

Fechet, E. G. (Major) 38:1:64, 67; 39:2:260; 45:2:161

Fechet, Edmond (Captain) 65:4:25-26

federal prisoners (see prisoners)

Federal Census, 1870 14:4:326

Federal Radio Commission 43:1:7, 34, 38-40, 42-43

Federal Records Center 65:1:53; 65:4:29 (see also National Archives)

Federal Trade Commission 22:1:84

Federalist: A Classic on Federalism and Free Government by Gottfried Dietze, review 32:2:271

Fee, Larry 15:3:248; 21:1:17

Fee, Lizzie 35:2:196

feed bags 26:1:28

Feeley (Mrs.) 21:1:21-22; 26:1:13

Feeley, Etta 38:1:82

Feil, Antonio K. 28:2:188

Feiser, W. A. 35:2:137

Felix Frankfurter, Scholar on the Bench by Helen Shirley Thomas, review 32:2:271-272

Fellows, Nellie 5:4:162

Felter, Joe 30:2:171-173

Feltner 25:1:77

Feltner, C. C. 27:2:227

Feltner, Curt (Mrs.) 25:1:64, 67

Feltner, Joanne 31:2:226

Felton, Gerald 31:2:235

Felton, Jerry (see Waskie Station)

Felton, Joshua 15:3:253

Felton, W. R. (see Before Barbed Wire; Frontier Years)

fencing laws 20:1:9-10

fencing public lands 18:2:139-140

Fendrich, Anne 39:1:136 (see also review of Oregon Desert)

Fenex, Billy 28:2:177-178

Fenex, Jim (see Little Ada Magill)

Fenex, John 28:1:66

Fenix, John (see Fenex, John)

Fenton, Charles E. (Reverend) 24:2:96

Fenwick, R. W. "Red" 31:2:234; 64:1:24

Ferch, David (see review of Sagebrush Soldier: Private William Earl Smith’s View of the Sioux War of 1876)

Ferguson (Miss) 21:1:25

Ferguson 25:2:130

Ferguson, Charles 40:2:200-208

Ferguson, Hazelle (see Chug Springs)

Ferguson, John B. 11:3:234 (see also Reminiscences of an Early Railroad Civil Engineer in Northwestern Wyoming)

Ferguson, O. D. 20:1:90

Ferguson, R A. (Mrs.) 6:3:284; 27:1:114, 116; 27:2:227

Ferguson, Tom 45:1:18, 21

Ferguson’s (see Ferguson, O. D.)

Ferguson’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

Feron, E. 33:2:133

Ferrel (Sergeant) 36:1:55

Ferrell, Mallory H. (see Gilpin Gold Tram)

Ferrell, Tom 35:2:132

FERRIES: (see Ferries of the Forty-niners; Green River Ferry, Ford and Stage Station; Mormon Ferry on the North Platte; Platte Bridge Station and Fort Caspar; Ferries of the Forty-Niners) Bennett Ferry 33:2:198 Big Horn River 24:2:81 Bridger’s 28:2:173; 29:1:83; 32:1:120-121; 38:2:138; 42:1:91; 42:2:265, 270 Brinegar Ferry 45:2:254 Case’s 30:2:206 Deer Creek Eagle Rock Ferry (see Snake River Ferry) Fort Laramie 31:1:6-12; 31:2:186 Freeman’s 31:1:71 Gower’s 19:2:79 Green River 23:1:60; 25:2:129; 26:2:141-143, 159-161, 163; 30:2:205, 207; 31:1:5-6; photo 32:1:50, 64; 32:2:172, 199, 203, 266 (see also Green River Ferries) Ham’s Fork 31:1:6; 31:2:217-219 Hill’s 21:2/3:135 Holmes Ferry 45:2:254 Howell’s 27:1:21-22 Kinney’s 26:2:162-163 Laramie River 31:1:6-12; 31:2:145 Lombard’s 23:1:59; 31:2:216-217; 45:2:251, 253 Lower 31:2:148 Menor’s Ferry 43:1:23; 44:2:242 Missouri 21:2/3:115-116 Mormon 21:2/3:111-168; 42:1:87 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Fort Caspar; Mormon Ferry; Mormon Ferry on the North Platte) Muddy Creek 30:2:206 North Fork (see Platte River Upper Ferry) North Platte 16:2:93; 17:1:6; photo 31:1:4, 5-7, photo 8, 9-31; photo 31:2:144, 145-189, photo 144, 184 Platte 21:2/3:112, 116; 31:2:179 (see also Mormon’s Ferry) Platte River Ferry 42:1:79 Platte River Upper 21:2/3:133 (see also Upper Platte) Robinson 31:2:217; 45:2:253 Shoshone River 29:1:97 Smith’s Fork 31:1:6 Snake River 23:1:85; 28:2:201 Upper Platte (see Mormon Ferry)

Ferries of the Forty-Niners by Dale L. Morgan (Part I) 31:1:5-31; (Part II) 31:2:145-189, 244; (Part III, Sec. I) 32:1:50-69; (Part IV, Sec. II) 32:2:167-203

Ferrin, J. 19:2:77, 84, 95, 100

Ferrin, J. D. 44:2:246

Ferris and Pratte Cattle Company 38:1:68

Ferris, George 12:4:277; 19:2:119-121; 29:2:158

Ferris-Haggarty Mine 19:2:117-124

Ferris, Jimmie 21:2/3:190-191

Ferris, Mathias 40:1:6

Ferris mines 44:2:165

Ferris Mountains 16:1:76; 34:2:204

Ferris Oil Field 26:2:116

Ferris, Richard 26:1:102-103

Ferris, Warren Angus 13:2:157; 15:2:106; 44:1:83

ferry suit (see Busby vs. Bridger and Lewis suit)

Ferry, Retta Iiams 26:1:58

Fery, John (see John Fery, Artist of the Rockies)

Feser, Donald (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fessenden, F. M. 38:2:138

Fetterman Budget 16:2:161,167 (see also Budget)

Fetterman Cemetery 4:3:359

Fetterman Country 1:2:6

Fetterman Cutoff Road 20:1:88; 37:1:89, 94


Fetterman Fight 32:1:89; 33:2:196; 38:2:137, 139, 223-228; 39:2:261; 42:1:91; 42:2:194; 42:2:271; 56:1:3; 63:2:49-50, 56-57, 68-72 (see also Documents Relating to the Fetterman Fight)

Fetterman Fight by Elsa Spear Byron 36:1:63-66

Fetterman Hospital Association 24:1:78

Fetterman Massacre by John Gutherie 9:2:714-718

Fetterman Monument (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Fetterman, William Judd (Captain) 17:1:10; 18:1:69; 20:2:145; 27:2:179; 28:1:63; 32:2:220; 36:1:44; 38:2:146, 223-224; 40:1:44; 42:1:91; 42:2:271; 44:2:207; 45:1:32 (see also Fetterman Massacre)

Fetterman Wood Reservation 20:1:86

Fetterman, Wyoming 16:2:167; 24:1:77-78

Fetz, H. B. photo 16:2:164

Fetz, H. H. 33:2:154-155; 37:1:46

Feud on the Colorado by Arthur Woodward, review 29:1:115-116

Feusi, Balthasar, S. J. (Reverend) 20:1:59

Feuz, Margaret C. (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fey, C. E. (Mr. and Mrs.) 26:2:117

Ficklin, Benjamin F. 32:1:25

Ficklins Bluffs 23:2:24

fiddler photo 38:1:97 (see also Belden, Charles A.)

Fidley, Russell W. (see Aspects of the Fur Trade-Selected Papers of the 1965 North American Fur Trade Conference)

Fiedler, Leslie 64:1:3, 7-8, 10

Field City 64:1:27; 34:1:14, 20 (see also Tubb Town)

Field City Journal or Stockade Journal 34:1:20

Field, Eugene 18:1:81, 88

Field, Matthew C. 35:2:205-206; 36:2:170; 40:1:24, 27, 30; 42:1:20, 41, 80

Field Museum (see Riggs)

Field Notes of Captain William Clark, 1803-1805 edited by Ernest Staples Osgood, review 36:2:246-248

Field, Richard 32:1:68

Fielder, Mildred (see Wild Bill and Deadwood)

Fielding, Martha 21:2/3:119

Fields, Henry 33:1:71

Fields, J. H. 26:1:56

Fields, Jess (Mrs.) 26:1:55

Fields, Katherine 38:1:89

Fields, Mae Falconer (Mrs.) 10:1:12; 25:1:95

Fields, R. E. 18:2:152

Fields, Rosalie 38:1:89

Fields, S. I. 34:2:241

Fifield, Dorothy H. (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fifteen Day Fight on Tongue River, 1865 by Elsa Spear Edwards 3:1:104; 10:2:51-58

Fifth Segment of the Oregon Trail in Wyoming. Green River to Cokeville. Trek No. 24 of the Historical Trail Treks compiled by Maurine Carley 45:2:245-263

Fifty Years Ago by Virginia Haldeman Jones 25:1:22-40

Fight at Bear Town by Elizabeth Arnold Stone 3:3:186-189

Fight at Platte Bridge Station Pageant 30:2:107

Fighting Indian Warriors: True Tales of the Wild Frontiers by E. A. Bininstool, review 26:1:101

Filipiak, Jack D. (see review of Red Man’s West: True Stories of the Frontier Indians from MONTANA, The Magazine of Western History)

Fillin, Albino 31:2:226

Fillmore (Superintendent) 34:2:232

Fillmore City 26:2:154-155

Fillmore, L. 17:1:56, 76-78

Fillmore, Millard (President) 34:1:52, 85; 41:1:58, 61

Filmore J. M. (Mr. and Mrs.) 17:1:82

Finch, D. Harold (Doctor) 64:2:57

Finch, George (Mrs.) 22:2:6

Findley archaeological site 31:2:159

Findley, William (Captain) 31:2:148-149, (Colonel) 150-151; 32:2:172-173

Finds-Them-and-Kills-Them 59:1:50-51 (see also Crow)

Finerty, John F. 32:2:260; 44:1:63-64, 67, 70; 45:1:106

Finfrock, J. H. (Doctor) 15:3:242; 15:4:396; 17:1:77, 83; 18:2:148-149, 151, 153; 21:2/3:187, 202, 208; 24:1:64; 35:1:91

Finfrock, W. E. 5:4:162

Finfrock, W. E. (Mrs.) 11:4:297

Finkhouse, Joseph (see River Too Far: The Past and Future of the Arid West)

Finley (Captain) (see Finley, William)

Finley, W. P. 33:2:139

Finn, Charles (Colonel) 40:2:185

Finn, Dan 20:2:174

Finn, John 18:2:133, photo 134, 135

Finney, William F. 32:1:31

Finnlanders 19:1:26

Fire Hole Basin 14:4:286

Fire Thunder 18:2:112 (see also Sioux)

Firearms in the Custer Battle by John E. Parsons and John S. DeMont, review 26:1:102-103

Firearms, Traps and Tools of the Mountain Men by Carl P. Russell, review 40:1:141-142

Fireton, Michael (Private)16:2:104, 120

firewater 16:2:92-93, 97, 110, 139, 143

Firnekas, Church 34:1:99-100

First Baptist Church 26:2:216; 65:1:15

First Congregational Church 65:1:33

First Fifty Miles of the Oregon Trail in Wyoming. Wyoming’s Eastern Border to Warm Springs. Trek No. 20 of the Historical Trails Treks compiled by Maurine Carely 42:1:77-103

First National Bank Building 2:4:65

First National Bank of Buffalo 35:2:128, 143; 36:1:56

First National Bank of Cody 26:1:10; 40:1:94

First National Bank of Fort Morgan (Colorado) 22:1:84-86

First National Bank of Laramie 22:2:101

First Nevada Volunteer Cavalry (see MILITARY)

First Ninety Years by Clarice Whittenburg 26:2:109-118

First One Hundred Years. A History of the Salt Lake Tribune: 1871-1971 by O.N. Malmquist, review 43:2:304-306

First Telephone Exchange in Wyoming 23:2:55-56

First Wagons to Reach the Rocky Mountains, extract from letter from Messrs. Smith, Jackson and Sublett to Secretary of War (October, 1829) 11:2:116

First Weather Bureau Established in Wyoming Territory by Gertrude Wyoming Dobbins 11:2:120-123

First Winter Trip though Yellowstone Park by Jack Ellis Haynes 14:2:35, 89-93, 95-96, photo 97

FIRSTS: airplane flight in Wyoming 28:2:139 American flag raised in Manila, Philippines raised by Wyoming troops (13 August 1898) 11:4:295-297 annual Wyoming Territorial Fair (1886) 12:1:80 ascent of Grand Teton plaque photo 6:3:261 (see also HISTORICAL MARKERS) Ascent of the Grand Teton with a Little of Its History by William O. Owen 10:2:79-88 attempt by U.S. Government to set aside a large piece of public domain 12:3:227 automobile in Cody 26:1:18 bank in Cheyenne 15:3:286 bankers in Cheyenne 1:1&2:18; 15:3:286 bicycle tour of Yellowstone Park 10:2:80; 21:1:100 boat on Yellowstone Lake 10:3:110 book printed in State of Wyoming 10:3:110 book printed in Wyoming Territory 9:3:738 bride in Cheyenne (1867) 12:1:46 building(s) in Cheyenne 15:2:153-154 building(s) in Laramie 14:3:220; 15:3:242-246 cattle brand recorded in what now is Wyoming 12:1:46 cattle roundup (1878) 1:2:6 census in Wyoming Territory (1870) 10:2:90 Cheyenne Directory published in newspaper 13:3:201 Cheyenne election held under new charter 13:1:74 child born in Laramie City 11:1:8 child born in Riverton 28:2:135 Chinese to visit Cheyenne 14:4:324 Christmas Tree in Wyoming photo 38:2:214, 216 church bell heard in Big Horn Basin 12:1:46 church in Rawlins 15:3:283 church in Wyoming Territory 22:1:71 Church in Cheyenne (see St. Marks Episcopal Church) Christmas Tree in Wyoming by Henry F. Staack 7:3:422-424 city election in Cheyenne 11:2:119; 12:4:323-324 city to have electric light system 1:1&2:18 Cody Club (see George T. Beck in front of his office where the first Cody Club was organized) commander of Fort D.A. Russell 14:2:153 complete winter tour of Yellowstone National Park 10:2:89 county (Johnson) to hold agricultural and stock fair, 1885 12:1:80 county library in Wyoming 15:1:84 county library in United States 15:1:84 county library law in United States 15:1:84 county organized in Wyoming 14:2:140 courthouse in Rawlins 15:3:285 crossing from East through South Pass 17:2:98 doctor in Carbon 8:4:636 dramatic performers appear in Cheyenne (1867) photo 3:4:195; 14:3:179 election for delegates to Congress 11:2:119; 12:4:327 Episcopal clergy in Cheyenne 11:4:276 expedition to explore the Yellowstone Country (1870) 1:2:110 (see also Yellowstone Expedition in 1870) fences in Big Piney country 25:1:43 fire lookout station 4:2:287-288 flour mill in Wyoming 2:2:25 (see also Beckton Mills) forest reserve (see Yellowstone National Forest Reserve) Fort Laramie Treaty (1851) 10:4:185 Frontier Committee (1897) photo 12:3:front cover Frontier Committee members photo 19:1:40 (see also Cheyenne Frontier Days) Frontier Days in Cheyenne 18:1:33, 63; 19:1:37-44 (see also Cheyenne Frontier Days) fur fort in Wyoming (1832) 10:3:110 gold mined in Wyoming 1:1:6 gold prospected in the Yellowstone and its tributaries 12:3:222 gold strike (1867) 9:3:745 (see also Atlantic City) Governor of Wyoming 10:2:90 graduate from a Wyoming school 10:4:185 grazing permits issued, 1903 4:2:283 hereford cattle in Wyoming (see RANCHES: Harlan Hereford) house in Cheyenne 1:2:7; 12:3:240 Independence Day celebration in Wyoming 1:1:5 inhabitants of Yellowstone Park 11:2:119 irrigation system in Wyoming 8:1:520 irrigation works 8:2:546 (see also Wyoming Development Company) Jewish wedding, Cheyenne 10:1:15; 14:4:324 lawful execution in Utah Territory 26:2:164 legal county election in Wyoming 13:1:76 Legislature in Wyoming 19:1:58 library in America named after living writer or poet at Laramie 12:1:80 long distance telephone service in Mountain States 23:2:55 meeting of the Laramie County Stock Association 20:1:62, 64 (see also Laramie County Stock Association) movement of troops over Oregon Trail 21:2/3:176 maneuver of Mexican War occurred in Wyoming 12:4:330-331 Mayor of Medicine Bow 9:1:675-676 (see also Grimm, August) meeting of the old Wyoming Historical Society 13:2:91 military station established in Wyoming by U.S. authorities 11:2:119 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Fort Laramie) militia under Territorial laws 11:2:125 mining town (see History of Carbon, Wyoming’s First Mining Town) motor hearse funeral in Cheyenne (1867) 12:1:46; 13:4:365 national monument (1906) 10:3:110 national park (1872) 10:3:110 newspaper in Cheyenne 5:1:36-37; 12:4:326 newspaper in Wyoming, 1863 9:3:729 newspaper published in Laramie City 11:1:8 (see also Pioneer Printing in Wyoming) non-stop mail across United States 17:1:71 oxen, first "tenderfeet" 13:1:81 permanent volunteer fire company 21:2/3:203 penitentiary in Wyoming (1868) 12:1:80 persons to reach Grand Teton Peak summit 10:2:82-83, 86 photography of Tetons (see Address Regarding First Photographing of the Tetons) place in Wyoming where the Woman Suffrage Act was enforced 14:3:179 postmaster for Cheyenne 12:4:323 postmaster for Crowley, Wyoming 9:3:730; 14:1:47 (see also Graham, W. W.) private telephone lines 23:2:56 Protestant mission in Tetons, Wyoming (1870) 10:4:185; 11:4:276 public bath houses 21:1:87 railroad station building in Cheyenne (1867) 11:4:276 recorded book imprint in Wyoming 9:3:737 report on public instruction in Wyoming (1871) 14:4:326 Rock Springs strike 6:1&2:228 roundup (1878) 1:2:6; 2:1:17 school building in Rawlins 15:4:390 school house in Cheyenne 1:1&2:18; 10:3:110; 13:2:142-143 school house in Fort Bridger sketch 22:2:104 school house in Wyoming sketch 22:2:104 school in Sheridan County 14:3:173 school in Wyoming at Fort Laramie 10:1:15 school teacher in Cheyenne 1:1&2:18 settlers in Cheyenne 23:1:8 settler in Sunlight Basin 12:3:225 shot (see Story of the First Shot) Special Officers in Cheyenne 12:4:324 state election 11:2:119 state to respond for volunteers 14:2:140 (see also Spanish American War) State Engineer 8:1:521 (see also Mead, Elwood) State Governors photos 12:1:10; 14:4:326 State Land Board 13:2:106 (see also Meldrum, John W.) State Legislature convened (12 October 1869) 11:2:119; 13:3:217 steamboat in Yellowstone Park 21:1:100 stone building in Laramie 13:2:91 superintendent of Yellowstone National Park 15:2:121 survey in Jackson Hole 10:2:81 sutler at Fort Laramie 6:3:266 teacher at South Pass City (see Stilman, James) teachers in Riverton 28:2:132 telegraph in Albany County 21:2/3:191 telephone connections 23:2:55 telephone exchange in Cheyenne 23:2:55-56 (see also First Telephone Exchange in Wyoming) telephone in Evanston 30:2:146 telephone in Rawlins 30:2:146-147 telephone line 23:2:56 term of court in Buffalo, Wyoming 15:1:45 term of court in Carbon County 15:1:45 Territorial election (2 September 1869) 11:2:119; 13:2:153 Territorial Legislature convened (12 October 1869) 11:2:119 Territorial teachers’ institute 10:4:185 theatrical entertainment in Cheyenne 15:3:278 trading post in Wyoming 14:2:140 transcontinental telephone service 16:1:57; 23:2:56 trans-mountain venture (see Targhee Pass) tree planted in Evanston 9:1:668 trotting and racing course laid out (1873) 13:4:358 two story brick house in Cheyenne 1:1&2:18 typewriter owned by the State of Wyoming 13:2:130 U.S. District Attorney for Wyoming 1:4:185 use of barbed wire 23:2:56 U.S. President to visit Yellowstone National Park 14:1:31 U.S. soldiers in Wyoming 11:2:119 Union Pacific Railroad coal mine opened at Carbon, 1868 14:4:324 wagons through South Pass and Overland Trail 1:1:4; 1:3:2 weather observed for Wyoming 2:4:72; 11:2:120 wheeled vehicle in Wyoming, a cannon through South Pass 1:1:4 white child in Lander 26:1:54 (see also Baldwin, George L.) white children born at Fort Fetterman 4:3:360 (see also Hogerson twins) white man takes up permanent residence in Big Horn country (1807) 11:2:119 white man to discover South Pass 1:1:4; 1:3:1 (see also Provost, Etienne) white man to dwell in Wyoming 12:3:221 woman jury 29:1:33-37 woman legislator 26:2:113 white woman to cross through South Pass (see Spalding, Mrs. H. H.; Whitman, Mrs.) white woman to visit Yellowstone Park 10:3:110 woman governor in United States photo 4:4:372; 12:4:266 (see also Ross, Nellie Tayloe) woman in the U.S. to be elected to state office 14:3:220 woman Justice of Peace in world 1:1:7 woman legislator 12:4:317-322 (see also Bellamy, Mary G.) woman postmistress in Cheyenne 14:2:150 wooden building in Cheyenne (1867) 1:2:7; 12:3:240 Wyoming exhibit at a World’s Fair, 1893 12:2:161 Wyoming Press Association 22:2:44; 24:2:37

First-to-Fly 59:1:56 (see also Assinaboins)

Fischer, Antone 35:2:144

Fischer, Charles 30:1:35

Fischer, Christiane 64:3/4:56

Fischer, Joe 4:2:319

Fischer, Phil 32:2:209, 211

fish fossil from Fossil Syncline Lake photo 41:1:72

Fish and Game Laws 26:1:8

Fish Creek 23:1:88; 23:2:7; 30:2:196; 31:1:90; 31:2:164

Fish, Edna (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fish Eater (see Pengwidika)

Fish, Rachel Ann 29:1:119-120 (see also review of Almost Up Devil’s Tower)

Fish Ute 30:1:77-79 (see also Ute)

Fisher (cattleman) 15:1:32

Fisher (Mrs.) 20:1:55

Fisher 9:3:731; 38:2:169; 39:2:182

Fisher Bridge 65:1:38

Fisher, Carrie 26:1:57-58

Fisher, Cassius (C. A.) 22:1:87-90

Fisher, Charles 17:1:81

Fisher, E. R. 35:2:184

Fisher, Essie 26:1:61, 63

Fisher, Fannie (Mrs.) 17:1:76

Fisher, Fred (Mrs.) 23:1:104

Fisher, Gladys (Mrs.) 45:1:65-66

Fisher, Issac 36:1:64-65

Fisher, J. N. 28:2:141

Fisher, John Andrews (see review of Cowboy)

Fisher, Joseph W. 15:1:40-42

Fisher, Josiah 64:2:47

Fisher, Martin 64:2:39

Fisher, Mary Jane (Mrs. Charles) 17:1:81

Fisher, Pete 33:1:46

Fisher, T. Joe. 33:2:142; 64:2:38

fisheries (see Salmon King of Oregon: R.D. Hume and the Pacific Fisheries)

Fisher’s (see RANCHES)

Fisk, Dwight 4:2:305-308; 14:2:141

Fisk, J. G. 16:1:31

Fison, Paul (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fissiau-LaRamee, Antonie 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Jacques 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Jean Baptiste 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Joseph 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Joseph Michel 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Louis 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Louis Theophile 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Noel 36:2:173

Fissiau-LaRamee, Pierre Severine 36:2:173

Fitch, E. E. 27:2:27; 37:1:113; 45:2:151

Fitch, Lydia 65:1:32

Fitch, W. F. 19:1:6

Fitchett, George 25:2:199

Fitz, Charles 38:1:51

Fitzgerald Boys

Fitzgerald, Gordon (Corporal) 36:1:69

Fitzgerald, Patrick 40:2:182-183

Fitzhugh 42:1:98

Fitzhugh, N. R. 35:1:12

Fitzhugh, Norman 18:2:102

Fitzhugh Oil 22:1:90

Fitzhugh, William H. 22:1:87-88, 90

Fitzmorris, Robert 3:3:192

Fitzpatrick, Dalton 44:1:42

Fitzpatrick, James (Private) 27:2:172

Fitzpatrick, Lilian L. (see Nebraska Place Names)

Fitzpatrick, Thomas 15:3:257; 17:1:5-6; 17:2:98, 101; 21:2/3:173-174, 179, 184; 25:2:168, 175; 26:2:223; 27:2:178; 30:1:46; 32:1:7; 40:1:31; 40:2:207, 209; 41:1:60-61; 42:1:96-97; 42:2:259; 44:1:81, 84; 46:1:18

Fitzpatrick, Townsend 44:1:42

Fitzwilliams, W. A. F. 38:1:96

Five Buttes 16:1:80

FL Ranch (see RANCHES)

Flachennecker 38:2:217, 219

flag (see U. S. flag)

Flag (see RANCHES)

Flag Creek 16:2:125

Flag Ranch by Robert H. Burns 22:2:76-83

Flagg, Jack 35:2:148; 45:2:159

Flagg, Oscar "Jack" photo 65:4:5, 30

Flaharty, Clifford 36:2:22

Flaharty, Earl 33:1:101; 33:2:214; 37:2:221

Flaharty, Myrtle 37:2:221

Flammer, William G. (Reverend) 31:1:43-44

Flannery, L. G. (Mrs.) 24:2:114

Flannery, L. G. "Pat" 27:2:165-166, 223, 227; 32:1:103-109; 32:2:219, 238, 252; 33:2:218, 222-223, 225; 37:1:113; 38:1:106; 39:2:204, 210, 213; 42:1:93-94; 42:2:174; 45:1:83; 45:2:188, 195, 199, 213, 215 (see also Diary of John Hunton; John Hunton’s Diary: Volumes 1-2; John Hunton’s Diary: Wyoming Territory, Volume 6, 1885-1889)

Flannery, Mike 38:1:79

Flarida, Burroughs 38:1:95

Flarida, Spencer 38:1:95


Flat Head 8:4:614; 22:2:252; 33:1:26, 33; 33:2:163; 43:1:74; 44:1:62, 64, 84; 46:1:126; 56:2:22, 25; 59:1:54

Flat Nose George (see Curry, George)

Flathead Country 17:2:94

Flathead House 17:2:102

Flathead Pass 14:4:293; 29:2:142

Flavin (telegraph dispatcher) 16:2:141-142

Fleanor, Jim 24:2:114

Fleming, A. M. 19:1:5

Fleming, Arnold 33:2:124, 128

Fleming, Hugh Brady (Second Lieutenant) 17:1:7; 26:2:158; 27:2:169, 171; 33:2:226; 36:1:13; 38:1:9, 12, 42, 47

Fletcher (Mrs.) 26:1:58

Fletcher, Alice C. (see review of Omaha Tribe)

Fletcher, Baylis John 65:4:13

Fletcher, Charles 26:1:64

Fletcher, Chris 43:2:260-261, 263

Fletcher, Daisy 43:2:260, 263

Fletcher family 33:1:94

Fletcher, Jack 43:2:260

Fletcher, Lizzie 33:1:94

Fletcher, Mary 33:1:94

Flett, David M. (Doctor) (see review of Dr. Bessie)

Flick (Mr.) 28:2:133

Flick and Halter 30:2:195

Flick, George 40:1:109-110

Flickins Bluff 23:2:24

Flinchum, James M. (see review of First One Hundred Years. A History of the Salt Lake Tribune, 1871-1971)

Flinn, John (Private) 27:2:172

Flint (Mrs.) 39:2:204

Flint, Franklin Foster 38:1:20-21, 42, 47; 43:2:249-250

Flint, Thomas (Doctor) 18:2:99; 26:2:148; 40:2:197, 201

Flintlock Pistol in the Fred Hesse Collection by Don Grey 35:2:210, photo 211, 212

Flitner, Stanley 25:2:209

Flogg, Charles 26:1:51, 63

Florence mine 33:1:45

Florence Pass 30:1:6, 8-9

Florerke (Mrs.) 25:1:75

Flores, N. D. 20:2:172

Floresant, Missouri 21:2/3:117

Florin, Lambert (see Ghost Town El Dorado; Historic Western Churches; Tales the Western Tombstones Tell; Western Ghost Town Shadows)

flour mills 18:2:144

Flower, Lem 29:2:190

Flowerfield, Michigan 23:2:47

Floyd, John (Doctor) 17:2:96

Floyd, John B. 32:1:22-23, 37-41

flu epidemic 26:1:53

Flume at Dead Man’s Point, Tongue River Box Canyon photo 32:2:cover

Flynn, Dennis 20:2:118

Flynn, Shirley E. (see Our Heritage)

Fobes, Fred S. 10:2:96

folklore 15:2:101-102 (see also John "Portugee" Phillips Legends. A Study in Wyoming Folklore)

Folks (Captain) 23:2:23

Following the Indian Wars by Oliver Knight, review 32:2:259-260

Folsom culture 29:2:130

Folsom, David E. 15:2:108-109, 111 (see also Valley of the Upper Yellowstone)

Folsom projectile points photo 32:2:244, 246; 33:1:104-105 (see also projectile points)

Folsom-Cook Expedition (1869) 36:2:138

Folster family 33:1:88

Foltz, Frederick S. (Colonel) 18:1:57

Foner, Jack D. (see United States Soldier between Two Wars: Army Life and Reforms, 1865-1898)

Font (Father-priest) 15:3:228

Fontenelle (see Valley of the Fontenelle)

Fontenelle by D. G. Thomas 5:2&3:45-46

Fontenelle Creek 2:4:64; 22:2:28-30, 37, 50, 56; 23:1:60; 23:2:50; 30:2:206, 209; 32:2:169, 176, 187, 191, 195, 197; 45:2:257

Fontenelle, Lucien (Captain) 15:3:257; 42:1:83; 42:2:216; 44:1:85; 45:2:257

Fontenelle Reservoir 45:2:253

food prices (1850-1854) 18:2:97-101

Foot, Robert E. (U. S. Commissioner) 64:2:57

Foote 32:1:76; 33:1:95

Foote, Byron 15:1:62; 35:2:144

Foote Creek 15:1:57; 33:1:95

Foote, David 27:2:227

Foote, Fannie (Miss) 45:1:103

Foote, Frank M. (Major) 12:4:290; 18:1:29 photo 37:1:4-5; 37:2:195

Foote House 6:1&2:229

Foote, James 33:1:97

Foote, John F. 15:3:281

Foote, L. W. (Lieutenant Colonel) 18:1:56

Foote, Lester 27:2:239-240

Foote, Myrtle G. 27:2:227

Foote, Robert (Mrs.) 15:1:50-62

Foote, Robert 5:4:156-157; 12:2:119; 33:1:98; 35:2:136, 148 (see also Robert Foote)

Foote, Robert, Jr. 35:2:144

Foote, Smith 15:3:283

Foote, W. F. 8:2:564

Footprints on the Frontier by Virginia Cole Trenholm 65:4:7

Foots, Donald 40:1:118

For the Ladies 13:2:156-157

For the Sake of Old Lang Syne (poem) by David G. Thomas 25:2:204

Forbes, Davy 34:1:24

Forbes, Jack 25:2:199, 202

Force, James 40:2:197

Ford (Judge) 43:2:187

Ford 31:2:174; 32:1:59; 32:2:201

Ford, C. S. 35:2:147

Ford car cavalcade 26:2:137-138

Ford, H. W. 30:1:90-91

Ford, Henry (see Ford car cavalcade)

Ford, Irene 21:2/3:239

Ford, J. Howard 20:1:65, 70

Ford, J. M. 37:1:98

Ford, J. W. 45:2:258

Ford Restaurant 19:2:116

Ford, S. (see S. Ford and Company)

Fordan, E. E. photo 16:2:164

Forde, Thomas 16:2:174

Fordyce, Allen "Ike" 45:1:24

Fordyce, Lloyd M. (Commissioner) 32:2:256

Ford’s Restaurant 39:1:14

foreign soldiers (see MILITARY)

Foreman, George (see Across the Plains in 1864 with George Forman)

Foreman, M. D. (see Sun Circles and Human Hands, the Southeastern Indians Art and Industry)

Foreman, Mary Douglass 30:1:117-118

forest fire fighters 24:1:16

forest rangers (see Free Life of a Ranger: Archie Murchie in the U. S. Forest Service, 1929-1965)

forest rangers 4:2:284-288 (see Brief History of the Washakie National Forest and Some Experiences of a Ranger)

Forest, Alvin 27:2:227

Forgotten Battalion by William Murphy 7:2:383-401; 7:3:441-442

Forgotten People, Indian War Veterans 7:2:400-401

Forlorn Hope by John D. McDermott 65:4:35

Forman, Ellen 40:1:5

Forman family photo 40:1:40

Forman, George 40:1:5-21; 42:1:8, 41

Forman, J. G. (Reverend) 40:1:5

Forman, James 40:1:5

Forney, J. 27:1:83-88

Forney, Jacob (Doctor) 15:4:375; 27:1:52, 64-73, 75-88; 27:2:204-205, 209; 28:2:133; 39:2:254

Forrest and Clay 38:1:68

Forrest, James 26:1:64

Forrest, James T. (see review of Frederic Remington. An Essay and Catalogue to Accompany a Retrospective Exhibition of the Work of Frederic Remington)

Forse, William H. 43:1:8

Forsyth, George (General) 42:1:92

Forsyth, Robert B. 41:2:190

Forsyth, Thomas (U. S. Secretary of State) 17:2:100, 102

Fort Bernard (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Bernard by R. J. Rymill 42:1:86-87

Fort Bridger (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Bridger in the Seventies by William A. Carter 11:2:111-113

Fort Bridger-Fort Laramie Road 25:2:152; 30:2:210

Fort Bridger Museum 11:3:234

Fort Bridger Post Office 16:1:141; 17:1:68

Fort Bridger Reservation 18:2:144-145

Fort Bridger stamp 16:1:36

Fort Caspar (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Casper Association 28:2:189

Fort Collins, Colorado 18:1:60; 21:2/3:187; 23:1:7; 31:1:103; 65:1:35 (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort David A. Russell: A Study of Its History from 1867 to 1890 with a brief summary of events from 1890 to present by Peggy Dickey Kircus

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

Fort Fetterman 28:1:62-65 (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Fetterman and the Old Hog Ranch by Claude McDermott 36:1:44

Fort Fetterman by J. O. Ward 4:3:358-363

Fort Fetterman by Joe Keenan 42:2:270-273

Fort Fetterman, Wyoming Territory by J. H. Patzki 4:3:357-358

Fort Fetterman-Rock Creek Road 20:1:86

Fort Francis E. Warren (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Francis E. Warren; MILITARY: radio station)

Fort Fred Steele: Desert Outpost on the Union Pacific by Robert A. Murray photo 44:2:cover, 139-206

Fort Hall (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Hall, Gateway to the Oregon Country by Frank C. Robertson, review36: 1:115-117

Fort Hall Reservation 36:2:132, 134, 142 (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Hall)

Fort Hall Road 23:1:68

Fort Halleck (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Halleck freight line 15:1:55-56, 59

Fort John (see MILITARY: FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Kearney-South Pass wagon road 22:2:61

Fort Kearney-South Pass-Honey Lake Road (see Lander Road)

Fort Kearny (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Kearny Road 65:2/3:13

Fort Laramie (poem) by Mae Urbanek 21:2/3:168-169

Fort Laramie 18:2:96 (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Laramie and the Sioux Indians by Remi Nadeau, review 39:2:263-264

Fort Laramie by David L. Hieb, review 27:2:242-243

Fort Laramie by Mayor W. H. Evans 9:3:752-754

Fort Laramie Council of Administration 9:1:681-682

Fort Laramie freight line 15:1:55-56, 59

Fort Laramie, Guardian of the Oregon Trail by Merrill J. Mattes 17:1:3-20, 21, 27; 21:1:101 photo; 21:2/3:front cover; 23:1:53, 58

Fort Laramie National Monument (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Fort Laramie-New Mexico Road 28:1:73

Fort Laramie register 21:2/3:177

Fort Laramie Road 30:2:157; 65:2/3:13

Fort Laramie stage stop (see Rustic Hotel)

Fort Laramie Treaties of 1851 and 1868

Fort Laramie: Visions of a Grand Old Post by John D. McDermott 65:4:35

Fort Laramie’s Iron Bridge by John Dishon McDermott 34:2:137-144

Fort Laramie’s Silent Soldier Leodegar Schnyder by John Dishon McDermott 36:1:5-18

Fort Leavenworth (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Leavenworth-Fort Kearney Road 28:1:71

Fort McKinney (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort McKinney wagon road 22:2:93

Fort Mead and the Black Hills by Robert Lee, review 65:1:54, 60-61

Fort Morgan (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Phil Kearny (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Phil Kearny by D. O. Geier 36:1:60-61

Fort Pierre (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Pierre tablets (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Fort Reno (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Riley roads 17:1:24-55

Fort Riley-Bridger’s Pass Road 35:1:6, 19

Fort Sanders (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Sanders Band (see MILITARY)

Fort Sanders-Sentinel of the Laramie Plains by Mary Lou Pence 33:1:82-85

Fort Steele (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Steele Herald (see MILITARY)

Fort Union (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Union by Father Stanley, review 25:2:216-217

Fort Warren (see FORTS AND CAMPS)

Fort Washakie Indian Cemetery photo (see GRAVES)

Fort Washakie Indian Museum (proposed) 28:1:95

Fort Washakie Indian School (see MILITARY)

Fort Washakie Indian School Superintendent 66:3:52

Fortification Creek 16:1:77; 16:2:108, 110, 119

Fortifications of Old Fort Laramie by Gordon S. Chappell 34:2:145-162

FORTS AND CAMPS: (see Dangerous Duty: A History of Frontier Forts in Fremont County, Wyoming; MILITARY:

Fort Laramie regiments; Old Forts of the Far West; Old Forts of the Northwest; Old Forts of the Southwest;

Pioneer Forts of the Old West; Powder River Forts: Connor and Reno)

Augur 9:3:746; 22:2:6; 26:1:52; 34:1:51; 40:1:121-122 (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Camp Brown, Fort Washakie) Bishop photo 14:1:36 Bent 15:3:237, 288 (see also Citadel on the Santa Fe Trail. The Saga of Bent’s Fort) Benton 15:3:207; 36:2:206 Bernard 27:2:174-175; 42:1:86-87 (see also Fort Bernard; FORTS AND CAMPS: Richard’s Fort Bernard) Bettens, P. A. 38:1:72, 74 Bingham’s 26:2:172 Black Hills (see Fort Mead and the Black Hills) Bliss 22:1:80 Boise 22:2:51-52 Bonneville 3:2:132; 18:1:69 Bourbon 17:2:111 Bridger 1:3:5-6; 2:3:44; 5:2:56-60; 5:2&3:91-95; photo 5:2:55; 11:2:113; sketch 11:3:front cover; 12:3:228-289; 13:4:337, 348-350; 15:1:69; 15:2:152; 15:4:268-375; 16:1:12, 35-39, 42-44; 16:2:90, 136; 17:1:76; 19:2:66; 20:2:145-146; 21:2/3:178; 22:2:49, 53, 59, 62; 23:2:57, 59, 61; 25:2:151-152; 26:1:33-35, 66-69, 74; 26:2:148, 150, 160, 177, 181, 183, 185-188, 209; 28:1:44; 29:2:154, 158, 217; 29:2:213-217; 30:1:59, 72; photo 30:2:54, 141, 207; 31:2:148, 215-216, 218, 220-225; 33:1:30, 32-33, 35, 37, 93, 95-96; 33:2:137, 139, 150, 167-170, 172, 176, 199; 34:2:224, 236, 242, 245-246, 249; 35:1:6, 36, sketch 82, 93; 35:2:204; 36:1:80, 85-86; 39:2:254; 43:2:170-171, 190, 194, 196, 215; 44:1:30-32, 34, 96; 44:2:143, 177; 45:1:29, 97, 101, 104; 45:2:257; 65:1:28; 65:2/3:22; 65:4:49; 66:1&2:6 (see also Fort Bridger Museum; Fort Bridger in the Seventies; MILITARY: Fourth Infantry; Fort Bridger Post Office; Oregon Trail and California-Mormon Trails. Fort Bridger to Wyoming’s Western Border, Trek No. 19 of the Historical Trail Treks) Brown 1:1&2:9-10; 1:2:3; 3:2:135; 16:1:12; 22:2:6, 86; 26:1:52; 27:2:131-132; 34:1:51; 39:1:114, 122, 125; 40:1:121-122; 44:1:40; 44:2:164-165, 217, 277 (see also Augur; FORTS AND CAMPS: Camp Brown, Fort Washakie; Reminiscences of Old Fort Washakie) Buford (North Dakota) 2:3:49-50; 43:2:246 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Sanders) Carlin 5:1:24-26, 39; 16:2:117, 124; photo 17:2:front cover, 157; 18:1:8, 10-11, 20, 49-50, 54, 61, 63; 27:2:177; photo 28:2:144, 145-150; 30:2:152; 37:1:35, 84-85; 39:1:8; 40:2:175, 182-183; 41:1:88; 42:2:271 Carling (see Carlin) Carrington 36:1:53 Caspar 20:1:91; 23:2:59; 26:2:208; photo 27:1:2, 3-24, 95; 28:1:63; 28:2:180-192; 29:1:67-68, 78; 29:2:158; 31:1:29; 42:2:271; 43:2:281-283; 65:2/3:14 (see also Platte Bridge Station; Platte Bridge Station and Fort Caspar) C. F. Smith 15:3:203, 215; 17:1:10; 18:1:12, 17; 26:2:123; 27:1:16; 30:1:60, 65; 30:2:142; 31:1:49 Charles 17:2:109 Cheyenne Depot 5:1:24-26, 39; 40:2:175-176 (see also Jenkins, Captain James F.; FORTS AND CAMPS: Camp Carlin) Childs 25:2:120 (see also Fort Kearney) Clark (Camp) 22:2:96 Cloud Peak 45:1:36, 38 Collier 27:1:39 Collins (Colorado) 18:1:60; 21:2/3:187; 23:1:7; 23:2:24; 27:1:9, 12; 31:1:103; 33:1:77, 81-82; 43:1:71; 65:1:35; 66:1&2:27 Connor (Idaho) 27:2:146-147, 153, 155, 156, 158; 28:2:201; 29:1:44; 31:1:49; 36:1:69, 72, 74-75; 35:2:213, 225, 227; 44:2:141 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Reno; Powder River Forts: Connor and Reno) Crittenden 27:1:47 Crook 18:2:129 Cuba Libra (Florida) 18:1:29 Custer 9:4:28; 22:1:53; 40:2:244; 66:1&2:13; D. A. Russell 14:2:153; 15:1:69; 16:2:99, 108, 117, 162; 17:1:76; 17:2:157; 18:1:3-66; 20:2:146, 148; 22:1:39; 30:2:142, 153; 23:1:7, 9-10, 18; 24:1:41; 26:2:122; 28:2:148; 29:2:158; 65:4:26-27 (see also FIRSTS: commander of Fort D.A. Russell; FORTS AND CAMPS: Warren; Post Near Cheyenne, A History of Fort D. A. Russell) Daughin 17:2:111 deChartres 17:2:136, 140 dePrairie 15:3:207 Dewey (Manila, Phillipines) 18:1:29 Dodge 27:1:14 Douglas 16:2:113, 123; 28:1:86; 36:2:180, 186; 44:2:235 Duchesne 33:2:199; 44:2:170, 194, 200-201 Elkins 38:1:74 Ellis 14:4:289 15:2:109; 41:1:98; 43:2:239; 44:2:166; 45:1:27 Fetterman 1:2:6; 1:3:18; 6:4:303; 7:3:416; 12:2:86; 15:4:389; 16:1:56; 16:2:166; 17:1:12, 76; 18:1:18, 21; 20:1:86, 89, 90; 20:2:146, 167; 22:2:93, 97; 23:1:21; 23:2:32; 24:1:23, 69-70, 73-76; 26:2:12; 27:1:17; 28:1:62-65; 28:2:177; 29:2:158; 30:2:142, 152-153, 331:31:2:232; photo 32:1:102; 33:2:154, 156, 196, 218; 34:1:45, 81; 35:1:27, 36; 36:2:213; 37:1:89-90; 38:1:67; 41:1:94-95, 98, 100; photos 42:2:page following 192, 265, 270-273; 44:2:143, 145, 151, 156-157, 164-167, 199, 207, 209; photo 45:1:26, 27-29, 32, 36, 46; 48:1:8, 10, 15-17 (see also Early History of Fort Fetterman; Expense Account ; FIRSTS: white children born at Fort Fetterman; Fort Fetterman; Fort Fetterman; Fort Fetterman and the Old Hog Ranch; John Richards, Jr. and the Killing at Fetterman; Fort Fetterman, Wyoming Territory) F.E. Warren 64:3/4:2, 22-23 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Francis E. Warren) Floyd (Utah) 16:1:37, 42; 27:1:47; 28:1:69; 30:1:41; 32:1:23, 32; 35:1:83 forts 2:3:46; 3:2:151-152; 7:2:397 Francis E. Warren 18:1:1-66; 20:2:149 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: D. A. Russell and F.E. Warren; History of Fort Francis E. Warren; MILITARY: radio station; Warren, Francis E.) Francis Pierre (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Pierre) Fred Steele 3:4:199; 6:1&2:201, photo 202; 11:4:309; photo 13:4:344, 345-346; 15:1:61, 69; 15:3:282; 15:4:389; 16:2:97, 99, 142; 17:1:76; 17:2:161; photo 41:1:page following 32 (see Fort Fred Steele: Desert Outpost on the Union Pacific; Old Fort Fred Steele was a Defender of Whites Against Indian Depredations; FORTS AND CAMPS: Steele; MILITARY: Old Powder House at Fort Steele photo 6:1&2:202; Thrilling Sport: Ice Boating at Old Fort Steele; tie drive photo) Garland 16:2:95, 98, 109 George 17:2:95 Goose Creek 45:1:33-34 Hall (Hawaii) 65:4:47 Hall (Idaho) 16:1:7-9, 11-12, 27, 29-31; 18:1:21; 20:2:149; 29:2:213; Hall, Ida (Idaho) 14:4:269; 15:1:75-76, 83; 15:3:291; 16:1:7-9, 11-12, 27, 29-31; 22:2:51-52, 54, 59; 23:1:59; 25:2:131, 151; 26:1:70, 76; 31:2:147, 215; 33:1:20, 23, 28-31, 38-39; 34:1:50; 34:2:146, 148-149, 152-153; 36:2:206; 40:1:31; 40:2:272; 43:2:215, 230, 234; 44:1:84, 98, 100; 65:2/3:18 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Hall; Fort Hall, Gateway to the Oregon Country) Hall Reservation, Idaho 29:2:213; 44:1:97

Halleck photo 5:2:44; 5:2&3:90; 6:1&2:229; 15:1:55-56, 58-59, 61-62; 16:1:75; 21:2/3:187; 23:2:24; 24:1:39- 40; 27:1:9, 12; 28:1:75; 33:1:82, 87, 92-93, 95-99; 33:2:169, 201; 40:2:269; 44:2:143; 45:1:96 Harker 36:2:178-181 Hays 36:2;175, 179-181 Henry 15:2:169; 17:2:91, 98; 44:1:78 Houk 29:1:62 Jenny 27:1:39 Jenny Stockade 7:1:340-343 John 15:2:106, 170, 178; 15:3:221, 235, 238, 257, 264, 295; 15:4:327; 17:1:5; 17:2:103; 18:2:95-96, 100; 20:1:85; 21:2/3:131-133, 155, 174, 177; 23:1:58; 25:2:145; 26:2:121-125; 27:2:161, 169, 171, 175- 176, 181-182; 31:1:6-7; 33:2:121, 225; 34:2:147-149,1 52-153; 36:1:8; 38:1:4; photo 42:1:89 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie; William) John Buford 33:1:82-83; 44:2:143 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Sanders) K (Camp) 23:2:17 Kearney (Nebraska) 18:2:96-97; 19:2:83; 27:1:50; 33:2:139; 34:1:50; 36:1:8; 43:2:166, 170-172, 203; 45:1:28; 65:2/3:6-7, 11, 13-14, 24 Laramie (see FIRSTS: Fort Laramie Treaty; school in Wyoming; How Fort William, Now Fort Laramie was Named) Kearny, Phil 33:2:196; 34:2:146; 36:1:52, 68; 36:2:214, 227-228, 230; 37:1:89; 38:2:137, 159-161, 223, 225-227; 39:1:104-105; 41:2:193-194; 42:1:90, 92; 42:2:270-271; 43:2:237, 247, 249; 44:2:141, 151, 197; 45:1:32, 36, 97 (see also Fort Phil Kearny) Keough (Montana) 17:2:98 Kiowa 17:2:98 Kootenay 17:2:94 LaBonte 42:2:266 LaClede 33:2:199-200 Laidlaw 15:3:238 Laramie 1:2:5-6; 2:3:44; 4:2:238-242, 310-313; print 9:1:648; 12:1:56-62; photos 13:2:front cover, 86; 15:1:51, 55, 59, 69; 15:3:231-232, 295; 15:4:316-347, 376, 389, 403; 16:1:56, 72, 76; 16:2:123, 137, 145; photo 17:1:front cover, 3-20, 75; 17:2:159, 170; 18:1:60, 69; photo 18:2:92, 93-121, photo 122, 123-137, 162, 172-173; 19:1:45; 19:2:85, 112-113, 128, 131; 20:1:86-88, 90; 20:2:145- 146, 167; 21:2/3:129-130, 133, 170-180, 183; 22:1:53; 22:2:93; 23:1:3-5, 7, 21-22, 58-59, 65; 25:2:124-125; 26:2:119, 122-130, 153, 160, 174, 193, 209; 27:1:9; photo 27:2:162, 173, 177-181, photo 182, 183-184; 28:1:46, 54, 73-74; 28:2:174-175; 29:2:158, 181; 30:1:6-12, 46; 30:2:152-153, 157, 186, 201; 31:2:145-146, 160, 186, 215, 220-221, 231, 243, 247; photo 32:1:102, 109; 33:1:82, 92, 96, 98; 33:2:122, 125, 127-128, 166, 168, 170, 222, 225; 34:1:50, 52, 57-58; photo 34:2:cover, 137, 139, 144, 146-149, 151-156, 161-163, photo 164, 166, 168-170, 172, 228; 35:1:5- 6, 8, 20, 36, 70; 35:2:205-206; 36:1:8, photo 9, photos16-17, 19-21, 73; 36:2:171, 212, 221, 225- 226, 229; 37:1:84-85, 88-89, 96, 98-99; photo 38:1:4, 5-58; 38:2:225, 228; 39:1:6, 37; 39:2:187, 192, 195-196, 202-203, 205, 207, 209-212, 214, 216; 39:2:210; 40:1:16; 40:2:196; 41:1:98; 42:1:79-80, 82-98, 101; 42:2:198, 200-256; 43:2:237-238, 241, 245, 249-50, 257, 259, 262; 44:1:29, 84; 44:2:143, 145, 148, 157, 163, 166, 199, 207; 45:1:8-9, 29, 93, 95, 98, 100-103; 46:1:10-11, 16, 57; 46:2:273; 47:1:13, 45-46, 50, 55, 59, 63, 65, 112; 47:2:191-219, 222-224, 227- 228; 48:1:23-24, 103-107, 111; 49:1:24, 26-29, 31, 34, 38-40, 45-46, 48, 83-84, 86, 88, 90-96, 99- 102, 106-108; 49:2:253, 261; 50:1:16, 18, 49, 57; 50:2:305-311, 315; photo, late August, 1870, 310; 54:1:40, 42-43, 46-48; 54:2:49-50; 55:1:37, 39-44; 55:2:36; 57:1:28 photo; 57:2:24-27, 31; photo 25; 58:2:4-9; photos, 8, 20; 59:2:11, 41 photo; 61:2:15-16; 62:2:79; 65:1:27; 65:2/3:4, 7, 11- 12, 14, 18, 27; 65:4:35; (see also Bishop Who Bid for Fort Laramie; Cheyenne-Deadwood Stage Line at Fort Laramie; Clay Tobacco Pipes from Fort Laramie; Crusade to Save Fort Laramie; FIRSTS: sutler at Fort Laramie; Fortifications of Old Fort Laramie; Fort Laramie and the Sioux Indians; Fort Laramie’s Iron Bridge; Fort Laramie’s Silent Soldier Leodegar Schnyder; Fort Laramie; Fort Laramie: Visions of a Grand Old Post; FORTS AND CAMPS: John; infantry from Fort Laramie on field maneuvers; How Fort William Now Fort Laramie Was Named; MILITARY: sutler’s store; Old Bedlam; Old Letter Book; Wyoming Pioneer Couple) Military Command at Fort Laramie; FORTS AND CAMPS: old Laramie; Prices and Wages at Fort Laramie, 1881-1885) LaReine 17:2:110-111, 125, 135, 143 Larned 36:2:180 Leavenworth (Kansas) 16:1:37, 42; 16:2:95, 136; 17:1:7, 25; 22:2:54; 23:2:23, 28-29; 28:1:69-79; 34:1:50, 58; 36:2:183-184, 229; 39:2:207, 212; 45:1:28; 65:2/3:11(see MILITARY: mustering officers) Lincoln, Abraham (North Dakota) 41:1:98; 44:2:166; 45:1:27, 43 Logan (Colorado) 16:1:12; 34:2:143 Lookout (South Dakota) 15:3:235; 33:2:127 Loring 25:2:151 Lupton (Colorado) 15:3:289; 42:1:98 Lyon 16:1:79; 23:2:28; 36:2:180 MacKenzie 20:2:147; 29:2:158 Magraw (see McGraw) Manuel 17:2:90, 94; 23:2/3:183; 44:2:237 (see also Lisa’s Fort) Marshall 28:1:55 Maurepas 17:2:109-110 McGraw 34:1:50 (see also Fort Thompson) McHenry 34:1:45 McKinley 26:1:47 McKinney 12:2:86; 15:1:69; 15:4:389; 18:2:143; 19:1:37; 20:1:14, 50; 20:2:146-147, 173; 29:2:158; 33:2:217; 34:1:45; 35:1:70; photo 35:2:cover, 125, 128, 137, 141-143, 145, 149, 161, 165; 36:1:53; 36:2:223; 37:2:190; 38:1:59, 61, 70; 39:2:170, 173, 175; 64:3/4:53; 65:4:25, 27 McPherson (Nebraska) 16:2:123; 18:1:28; 20:1:9; 36:2:175; 42:1:86; 44:2:196 Meade (South Dakota) 35:2:180 (see also Fort Mead and the Black Hills) Medicine Butte 28:1:77 Mitchell 17:1:8; 23:2:10, 24; 27:1:9; 34:2:154, 157 Morgan 16:1:75 (Neuf) 17:2:93; 22:1:84-86; 36:2:175 Myers (Florida) 34:2:172 New Helvetia 21:2/3:178 Niobrara (Nebraska) 45:1:30 Nonsense 2:3:43 (see also Fort Bonneville) Okanagan 17:2:94 Omaha 16:2:123, 137 Orleans 17:2:137 Pasquia 17:2:111 Perbolo 21:2/3:131 Phil Kearny 1:4:17; 2:2:31-32; 5:2&3:81-82; 7:2:383-401; 8:3:574, 578; 9:2:714-718, 722-723; 12:4:329- 331; 15:4:317-332; 17:1:5, 7, 9-11, 25, 53, 75; 18:1:17, 69; 18:2:109; 19:1:37; 19:2:114-115; 20:2:145-146; 23:1:57-58, 63; 23:2:22-23, 26-27, 49; 24:1:37; 26:2:122; 27:1:16; 27:2:185-186; 30:1:60, 65; 30:2:221; 31:2:232; 64:2:70 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Forgotten Battalion; From Fort Reno to Fort Kearney; Kearny; My First Day at Fort Phil Kearny; New Facts About Fort Phil Kearny) Phil Kearny Fight 4:2:328; 6:3:278; 7:2:389-394; 12:4:329-33 Pierre 15:2:152; 15:3:235, 238; 17:2:109, 112, 114-121, 131; 26:2:121 Pierre II (South Dakota) 33:2:127-128 Pilot Butte 18:1:63; 44:2:171 Piney 31:1:89 Platte 20:1:85; 27:2:176-178; 28:2:180-181; 31:1:7; 31:2:247; 42:1:87-89 (see also Fort Caspar; Old Fort Platte) Platte Bridge 15:4:323, 327, 332-334 (see also Platte Bridge Station and Fort Caspar) posts (see MILITARY: Military Posts in the Powder River Country of Wyoming; Reynolds Post) Ramon (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Lisa’s) Raymond, map 10:3:102, 106-110 Randall 15:4:344; 26:2:124 Rankin 34:2:154 Remon (see Ramon) Reno 2:2:30-31; 7:2:385; 9:2:719-721; 17:1:10, 75; 18:1:17; 19:2:112; 26:2:123; 27:1:16; 27:2:146; 28:1:31, 37; 28:2:154; 29:1:44; 290:2:158; 30:1:60 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Connor; From Fort Reno to Fort Phil Kearny; Handling the Mail at Fort Reno, Dakota Territory in 1886-1887) Reno, Cantonment 36:1:52-53; 36:2:180-181, 184, 225, 227, 229, 250; 37:1:89; 38:2:138, 140-141, 225, 227; 41:2:194; 42:1:91; 42:2:270; 43:2:249; 44:2:151, 185; 45:1:31, 36, 97 (see also Powder River Forts: Connor and Reno) Reynolds 36:2:180; 37:1:53 Ridgely (Minnesota) 45:1:28 Riley (Kansas) 17:1:24-25, 50, 52-53; 33:2:170; 36:2:180-181, 184 Ripley 16:1:39 Robinson (Nebraska) 26:1:22; 26:2:127; 34:2:142-143; 37:1:98; 44:2:164, 169; 64:2:64 Rouge 17:2:109-110 Russell 1:2:6; 14:2:153-155 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: D. A. Russell; FORTS AND CAMPS: F. E. Warren) Russell, D. A. 34:2:143, 223; 35:1:36, 69; 37:1:43, 80, 84, 89; 38:1:61; 39:1:8, 14-15, 17, 32; 39:2:260; 40:2:161-187, photo 188, 189-192; 41:1:83-111; 44:2:146-147, 163, 65, 168, 170, 172, 175, 181, 201-202; 45:1:29; 45:2:145, 158, 163 (see also Fort David A. Russell: A Study of Its History from 1867 to 1890 with a brief summary of events from 1890 to present; Johnson County invaders at Fort D. A. Russell, Cheyenne photo) Saint Vrain’s 33:1:96 Sanders 10:1:9; 17:1:75, 81; 18:1:21, 49, 50, 60; 20:2:146; 21:2/3:189-190, 192-193; 22:2:79; 24:1:41; 26:2:111; 27:1:107-108; 29:2:158; 30:2:138; 33:1:82-87, 93; 33:2:139, 145, 220; 35:1:27, 36; 36:2:187; 39:1:25; 43:2:166, 174-178, 180; 44:2:145-147, 155-156, 168, 170, 172; 45:1:29 (see also Fort Sanders-Sentinel of the Laramie Plains) Sarpy 44:1:65 Scott 15:4:348-367; 16:1:42, 45; 27:1:56-57, 64-70, 75-77, 80; 32:1:22; 33:1:8 Sedgwick (Colorado) 18:1:60; 30:2:127-128, 131, 133, 136; 36:2:175, 182; 45:1:29; 65:1:19 Shaw (Montana) 45:1:27 Sheridan 44:2:164, 179 Sidney Barracks 44:2:168 Smith, C. F. 36:1:68; 36:2:227; 37:1:89; 38:2:137, 139-141, 225; 39:1:1207; 41:1:90; 41:2:194; 42:2:270; 43:2:237-238, 247, 249; 44:2:141, 151; 45:1:97, 101-102 Snelling 16:1:39; 16:2:123 Snider (see Snyder) Snyder 40:2:269, 271 South Fork of Tanne (Tongue) River 45:1:39-41 (see also South Fork of Tongue River) Spanish 15:3:228 Stambaugh 1:1:6; 1:1&2:13; 27:2:221; 31:1:87; 34:2:241; 40:1:118-119; 44:1:40, 49, 54-55; 44:2:159, 277- 281; 65:4:50 (see also Story of Fort Stambaugh) Steele 15:3:282 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Fred Steele) Steele, Fred 15:1:61, 69; 15:2:282; 15:4:389; 16:2:97, 99, 142; 17:1:76; 17:2:161; 18:1:19; 19:2:119; 20:2:146; 22:1:60; 26:2:111; 31:2:235 (see also Fort Fred Steele: Desert Outpost on the Union Pacific; tie drive photo) Stephenson (North Dakota) 33:2:127-128 St. John (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie) Sublette and Vasquez 15:3:289, 395 Supply 14:4:326; 26:2:150-151, 158, 161, 168, 177, 179-182, 185-186; 31:2:223, 225; 39:2:248 Thomas 18:1:29 Thompson 31:1:81, 84; 34:1:50; 40:1:120-121 Union (New Mexico) 15:3:237-238; 16:2:122; 26:2:121; 29:2:141; 33:2:125, 128, 240 Vancouver 17:2:103 Walbach (Camp) 15:4:323, 327, 332, 334; 21:2/3:190; 28:1:74; 35:1:50-20; 42:1:97; photo 35:1:cover (see also Camp Walbach, Nebraska Territory, 1858-1859: The Military Post at Cheyenne Pass) Wallace 36:2:175, 178-182 Warren 18:1:35-47 Warren Air Base 29:2:158 Washakie 1:2:3-4; 1:4:1-4; 15:1:69; 16:1:16, 75; 16:2:144; 20:2:149; 22:2:3, 6, 9, 52, 56; 26:1:54; 27:2:132; 31:1:33; 33:1:20, 23; 34:1:51; 35:1:70; 39:1:134; 40:1:121-122; 44:1:13, 15; 44:2:199, 237; 45:1:36, 102 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Augur and Brown) Weld 34:2:215 Whitewood Creek 45:1:45

William 1:2:5-6; 2:3:44; 4:2:238-242, 310-313; 4:3:310-325; print 9:1:648; 12:1:56-62; 18:2:95; 21:2/3:172; 23:1:58; 27:2:178, 182; 31:1:6; 36:1:8; 36:2:171; 42:1:80, 96 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: John and Laramie; How Fort William, Now Fort Laramie was Named) Winfield 27:1:53; 32:1:19-20 Yates (North Dakota) 65:4:25

Fortunatus, Wyoming 23:1:71-74

Forty Years a Fur Trader on the Upper Missouri: The Personal Narrative of Charles Larpenteur, 1833-1872 introduction by Paul L. Hedren and Milo Quaife 64:2:68

Forty Years on the Frontier by Granville Stuart, review 3:3:190

Forty-fourth Star by Harriet Slack 14:1:38

Forty-Niners 23:1:60; 31:2:146-189; 32:1:51-69; 32:2:167-203; 65:2/3:14 (see also Ferries of the Forty-Niners, Part III, Section I, The Green River Ferries)

Fosdich, Raymond P. 27:2:227

Fosdick, Anna 10:1:47

Fosher, Abe 26:1:60, 63; 31:1:87

Fosher, John 26:1:51, 63; 31:1:87

Fosnight, Verryl V. (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Foss, Phillip O. (see Politics and Grass: The Administration of Grazing on the Public Domain)

Fossil Hunting in the Big Horn Basin. The Diary of Frank L. Moore, 1889 edited by Austin L. Moore 36:1:22-23

Fossil Lake (see History of Fossil Lake)

Fossil Syncline Lake 41:1:116-117 (see also fish fossil from Fossil Syncline Lake)

fossils 9:1:678-681; 65:2/3:28, 33-34 (see also Cope, Master Naturalist; fish fossil from Fossil Syncline Lake; Wyoming’s Marvels; Fossil Hunting in the Big Horn Basin. The Diary of Frank L. Moore, 1889; Sternberg Fossil Hunters: A Dinosaur Diary)

Foster, Biford 27:2:227

Foster, Frances Edna 39:1:102

Foster-Harris (see Look at the Old West)

Foster, Hattie 17:2:130

Foster, Isaac 31:1:10; 31:2:145, 166, 177, 187-188; 32:1:61-62

Foster L. W. (Captain) 18:1:56

Foster, M. E. (Mrs.) 39:1:100

Foster, Stephen 64:1:22

Foster, Thomas 25:2:199

Fouchs, Ed 37:1:90

Fountain Hotel photo 44:1:page following 16

Four Corners 38:1:84, 96

Four J Ranch (see RANCHES)

Four Mile Creek 21:2/3:132

Fourche Boisce Creek 21:2/3:132

Fourt, E. H. (Judge) 2:1:20; 3:4:229; 4:3:368; 20:1:58; 26:1:52, 54; 65:4:58 (see also John Roberts, D.D., L.L.D.; Scenic Conditions in Fremont County, Wyoming)

Fourteen Mile Hill 22:2:30

Fourteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry (see MILITARY)

Fourteeners. Colorado’s Great Mountains by Perry Eberhart and Philip Schmuck, review 43:1:146

Fourth (4th) Fighter Group (see MILITARY)

Fourth Infantry at Fort Bridger by Douglas C. McMurtries 13:4:347-351

Fourth of July celebration 2:1:18

Fourth Segment of the Oregon Trail in Wyoming. Tom Sun Ranch to South Pass. Trek No. 23 of the Historical Trail Treks compiled by Maurine Carley 44:2:268-286

Fouts, William D. (Captain) 38:1:16, 42

Fowler, A. B. 42:2:254

Fowler, Albert 39:2:163, 167, 176

Fowler, Benjamin F. (Mrs.) 12:4:332; 14:3:247; 20:2:115

Fowler, Benjamin F. 37:2:183, 192, 195, 200, 202, 205

Fowler, Don D. 36:1:124 (see also Notes on the Early Life of Chief Washakie, Taken Down by Captain Ray)

Fowler, Hugh 39:2:259

Fox, Andrew (see Hat Sitting Bull Wears)

Fox Belly 28:1:31

Fox Creek 43:1:67-68

Fox Creek Canyon 43:1:66

Fox, Denis L. (Professor) 21:1:83

Fox, George 8:3:580-601; 12:3:170

Fox, George W. (Mrs.) 7:2:404; 10:4:187

Fox, George W. 17:1:82; 18:2:108; 27:2:240; 32:1:121; 37:1:4, photo 5; 42:2:206, 232

Fox Indians 17:2:149

Fox, Jared (see Jared Fox’s Memorandum: Kept from Dellton, Sauk County, Wisconsin Toward California and Oregon, 1852-1854)

Fox, John J. photo 21:1:2 (see also Far West in the 80’s)

Fox Park 21:2/3:198

Fox River Valley 17:2:149

Fox, Samuel R. 28:1:87-88

Fox Theatre 26:2:109

Fox, Thomas V. (Mrs.) 17:1:84

Fox, Truman L. 10:1:44

Fox, Willard 24:1:101; 24:2:118

Foxton, George 34:2:165

Foy, Ed 30:2:159; 42:2:264

Foy, Mississippi 44:2:263

Frack, Henry 33:2:161-162; 44:1:82

Frackleton, William "Will" (Doctor) 20:2:147; 29:1:56

Fradkin, Philip L. (see review of Fallout: An American Nuclear Tragedy)

Fraeb, Henry 17:2:98; 26:2:223

Fraker, Augustus 29:1:58, 61

Fraker, George 29:1:58, 61; 30:2:188

Fraker, Harmon 28:2:161; 29:1:57-62

Fraker, Martin 29:1:61

Fraker Mountain 27:2:138, 141

Fraker, Will 29:1:61

Franc, Otto 19:2:67-79; 24:2:76

France 65:4:51, 54, 56-58

France, D. W. 39:1:82, 97, 100; 65:1:32

France, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 39:1:94

France, Homer 14:4:329

France, Homer A. 38:2:204; 39:1:102

France, James (see Banking House of James France)

France, James R. 35:2:130; 38:2:174, 183, 201-202, photo 206; 39:1:70, 81, 90, 95, 100, 103

France, Jim 16:2:142

France, Margaret Elizabeth 39:1:69, photo 70, 83, 89, 98, 100, 103

France Memorial Presbyterian Church photo 38:2:cover

France, Norrie Lloyd 39:1:102

France, Richard 34:2:210

France, S. M. (Mrs.) 39:1:100

France, Uel 39:1:71

France, Ula 39:1:71, 102

France, Una Ellen 39:1:70, 100, 102

France, Uri Walker 39:1:71, 103

France, Walton E. (Mrs.) 27:2:227

France, Walton E. 27:2:227; 39:1:102

Francis 19:2:107

Francis, Ira (Mrs.) 32:2:256

Francis, Tom E. 26:2:230-231

Franck, Lavina M. 45:2:273 (see also Review and Functional Analysis of Siouxan Costume)

Franco Petroleum Company 22:1:91-92

Franco Wyoming Oil Company 22:1:88-89

Franco-American Oil Company 41:1:30

Francois (Iroquois) 17:2:99

Frank (Mrs.) 34:2:218

Frank 43:2:272-273

Frank A. Meanea, Pioneer Saddler by Mrs. Nora H. Dunn 26:1:25-32

Frank, H. 21:2/3:207

Frank, Meyer 12:4:283-284; photo 37:1:4, 5

Frank, Otto 44:1:16

Frank, Vincent (Mrs.) 25:1:66

Frankie 22:2:16

Franklin (outlaw) 37:1:90

Franklin (see GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Franklin College 65:1:20

Franklin, Mae (Mrs.) 15:3:281

Franks, J. B. (Mrs.) photo 30:2:196

Franks, J. B., Jr. photo 30:2:196

Franks, John B. 30:2:193, photo 196; 31:1:77

Franks, Kenny A. (see review of Mexican War: Changing Interpretations)

Frannie, Wyoming 13:1:49

Frans, H. B. 31:2:177, 189

Frantz, Abraham 38:2:201

Frantz, Joe 64:1:4

Franzen, Frank 26:2:138

Franzwa, Gregory M. (see Lincoln Highway in Wyoming; Oregon Trail Revisited)

Frapp, Isaac 27:2:204

Fraser, Clare (Mr. and Mrs.) 30:2:223

Fraser, James 33:2:133

Frazee, Bill 26:1:92

Frazee, William H. 64:2:55-56

Frazen, Asmus 26:2:138

Frazer and Kester 23:1:80

Frazer, C. C. 64:2:47, 54

Frazer Creek 16:2:89

Frazer, Elizabeth 42:2:177

Frazer, Gill 33:1:81

Frazer, Marie M. 21:2/3:213

Frazer, Steve 36:2:195

Frazier, Leon D. 45:1:78-80

Frazier, Stuart (Reverend) 32:2:251; 38:1:107-108, 116, 119; 39:1:135-136

freak animals 26:2:210

Frear, James 32:2:225; 40:2:198; 42:1:23; 43:2:230-231

Fred 38:2:221 (see also Cheyenne Indians)

Fred Hesse Collection pistol sketch 35:2:211

Fredenburg, J. H. 31:2:153

Frederic Remington. An Essay and Catalogue to Accompany a Retrospective Exhibition of the Work of Frederic Remington by Peter Hassrick, review 45:2:268-269; 65:4:19

Frederick (Captain) 21:2/3:141

Frederick 21:1:92

Frederick, Charles (Mrs.) 11:2:139

Frederick, Charles 24:2:114

Frederick, Chester 27:2:187

Frederick, Henry 26:2:209; 27:2:194; 28:1:41

Frederick, J. V. 33:2:211, 213

Frederick Museum (see Frederick, Henry)

Frederick, Ruth (see Government Farm)

Frederick, Stella (Mrs.) 42:2:243

Frederick, Wyoming 29:2:158

Frederick’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

free grass country 19:2:70

Free, A. F. 44:1:92

Free Lance 40:1:62

Free Library 27:2:227

Free Life of a Ranger: Archie Murchie in the U.S. Forest Service, 1929-1965 by R. T. King, review 64:2:64-65

Free Silver Bill 26:1:36

Freeborn, J. D. (Mrs.) 5:1:39

Freeborn, J. D. 19:1:39

Freedom Train 21:2/3:236

Freel, John 20:2:175

freeman (traders) 26:1:73

Freeman (Major) 19:2:110

Freeman, Ada (Mrs. Leigh) 43:2:196-197, 200

Freeman Brothers 33:2:139, 145-146, 150; 34:2:220-221, 223; 39:1:25

Freeman, Fred 33:1:83

Freeman, Fred K. 9:3:732-736, 738; 14:4:300, 304; 33:2:138; 43:2:165-166

Freeman, H. B. (Major; Brigadier General) 2:2:32; 35:1:25

Freeman, Leigh Richmond 9:3:732-736, 738; 14:4:300, 304; 18:1:68; 33:1:83; 33:2:138, 150; 43:2:165-200, photo page following 200, 202-203

Freeman, Lewis R. 65:1:47

Freeman, Luther 1:3:20

Freemansburg 43:2:177, 183

Freemong, Fritz 20:2:174

Freese, Cynthia (Mrs.) 27:2:227

freight lines 15:1:55-56, 59

freight oxen at rest, east side of Main St. in Buffalo photo 12:2:front cover

freight rates 16:1:62; 17:1:62; 23:1:4, 12-13

freight train description 3:1:85-86

Freighter in Early Days by Jesse Brown 19:2:112-116

freighting (1885-1889) 1:4:13-16; 2:1:9, 19; 2:4:65; 4:2:306-307; 4:3:333-335; 23:1:16, 22; 27:1:33; 29:1:74; 30:2:152-162; 31:1:50-51 (see also From the Missouri to the Great Salt Lake: An Account of Overland Freighting; MILITARY: Some Recollections of an Old Freighter)

Freighting Business by A. W. Haygood 3:1:85-86

Fremont Clipper 33:2:155; 35:1:97; 65:4:50-52

Fremont County 2:1:1-15; 13:3:203-216; 16:1:7, 10; 25:1:83-89; 26:1:51, 55, 57; 26:2:83, 133; 30:2:173; 31:2:23, 232; 64:1:18; 65:4:50 (see also Dangerous Duty: A History of Frontier Forts in Fremont County, Wyoming; Early History of Fremont County; Life Story of A Fremont County Pioneer Couple; Memorial of Frontier County Pioneers; Scenic Conditions in Fremont County, Wyoming; water wheel photo; West Fork of Wind River in Fremont County photo)

Fremont County Chapter (Wyoming State Historical Society) 26:1:91

Fremont County District Court 65:4:57

Fremont County Pioneer Association 26:1:51-64; 26:2:209-210; 27:1:94; 27:2:227 (see also History of Fremont County Pioneer Association)

Fremont County pioneers 26:1:64; 27:1:109-110 (see also Lander Monument)

Fremont County Public Library 27:2:227

Fremont Creek 30:2:171

Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroad 2:4:64; 23:1:28, 42; 24:1:69-70; 28:1:58

Fremont Horticultural Society 10:1:32

Fremont, John Charles (Captain; General) 1:1:5; 2:1:13; 2:3:43; 12:1:39; 15:3:222, 225; 17:1:5, 47, 53; 1:2/3:145, 175, 179, 184; 26:2:119, 153; 27:2:160, 178, 189; 28:2:174; 29:1:80; 30:2:171-174; 32:2:224; 33:1:38, 99; 36:1:8; 40:1:23, 25-27, 32; 42:1:17, 79, 97, 99-100; 43:2:217-218, 221-222, 225, 227, 230, 277, 288, 292; 45:2:252; 65:2/3:7 (see also Expeditions of John Charles Fremont. Volume I. Travels from 1838-1844 and Map Portfolio)

Fremont Lake 30:2:171

Fremont, Nebraska 65:1:8

Fremont Peak 2:1:1; 22:2:40; 30:2:171-172; 32:2:199; 42:2:217

Fremont Slough (Nebraska) 23:2:24

Fremont "Sloo" (see Fremont Slough)

Fremont’s Canyon 23:1:61

Fremont’s Crossing 31:1:25

French (Private) 39:1:125

French Canadians 26:1:66 (see also traders; individual names)

French Creek 30:2:181, 185, 189-190, 192

French expeditions 17:2:137-138

French fencing foil (see Rendezvous grounds)

French, George W. 16:1:49; 38:1:91

French, I. W. 25:1:9

French Merci gifts 22:2/3:236

French nationals 1:2:6

French Pete 36:1:65 (see also Gazzous, Louis)

French traders 17:2:138

Frenchman in Wyoming by Bruce J. Noble, Jr. 65:4:48

Frenchman’s Creek 17:1:45, 53-54

Frenchman’s Fork (see Frenchman’s Creek)

Frenchy 27:1:30

Freund, Archer (Lieutenant Colonel) 18:2:163

Frewen Brothers 15:1:68; 29:1:65; 31:2:191; 32:2:205; 35:2:132

Frewen Castle 29:1:43, 65; 31:2:191

Frewen, Clara Jerome (Mrs. Moreton) 35:2:160

Frewen, Edward 43:2:211-212

Frewen, Moreton 12:2:87-89; 29:1:41-44; 31:2:202; 32:2:172-173, 175-176, 181, 188, 193, 200-202, 205; 33:1:8; 35:2:132, photo 156, 158, 159, 160-161, 164-173; 39:2:170; 42:1:87; 43:2:206-209, 211-212; 45:1:11; 64:1:22; 65:4:44 (see also Moreton Frewen and the Populist Revolt; Splendid Pauper, the Story of Morton Frewen)

Frewen, Richard 12:2:89; 29:1:41-44; 35:2:158; 43:2:206-207

Frewen’s Ranch (see RANCHES)


Friday 41:1:48, 54, 56, 60; 41:2:208, 211, 216-219, 226, 235, 255; 46:1:11-12, 21; 46:2:226-227; 47:1:49-61, photo 62, 63-68; photo 53:2:58, 59 (see also Arapaho)

Friday (Chinese cook) 37:1:101

Friday: Roving Arapaho by Evadene Burris Swanson 47:1:59-68

Friedendall, Ira (Sheriff) 64:2:40

Friedman, Milton 64:1:24

Friend, Clarence L. 26:2:216

Friend, John 7:1:345

Friend, John C. 19:2:111; 20:21:77; 23:1:8; 24:2:37; 28:2:184; 29:1:74; 32:2:236; 33:2:153; 38:2:227 (see also Early History of Carbon County)

Friend, Katie H. photo 17:2:158

Friends in Council 6:3:284

Friends Review 23:1:98

Friendship, Wisconsin 22:1:20

Frink 65:2/3:23

Frink, Fred 26:2:112

Frink, Margaret A. 65:2/3:18, 23

Frink, Maurice 26:1:101; 26:2:220; 27:2:227; 28:1:109-110; 29:2:234-235 (see also Cow Country Cavalacade; When Grass was King; Photographer on an Army Mule)

Frisby, J. E. 24:2:91

Frison, George C. (see review of O-Kee-Pa. A Religious Ceremony and Other Customs of the Mandans; review of Buffalo. The Story of American Bison and their Hunters from Prehistoric Times to the Present)

Frison, Robert 32:2:249, 251, 256

Frison, Robert E. 27:2:227

Fritzjofson, Peter 30:1:106

Fritzjofson, Sarah (Mrs.) 30:1:108

Froggatt, James (Mrs.) 33:2:197

Froling, Frank E. 16:2:165

From Beaver to Oil. A Century in the Development of Wyoming’s Big Horn Basin by David J. Wasden, review 46:1:150-151

From Fort Reno to Fort Phil Kearny by A. B. Ostrander 2:2:30-31; 9:2:719-721

From Prairie to Corn Belt, Farming on the Illinois and Iowa Prairies in the Nineteenth Century by Allan G. Bogue, review 36:1:118-119

From the Missouri to the Great Salt Lake: An Account of Overland Freighting by William E. Lass, review 45:2:266

From Trapper to Tourist in Jackson Hole by Elizabeth Wied Hayden, review 29:2:237

From Wilderness to Statehood, a History of Montana, 1805-1900 by J.M. Hamiliton, review 30:1:114-115

Frontier America by Dr. Thomas D. Clark 65:2/3:11

Frontier America: The Story of the Westward Movement by Thomas D. Clark, review 31:21:238-239

Frontier and Midland magazine 12:1:56

Frontier Camp to Small Town, A Study of Community Development by Philip J. Mellinger 43:2:259-269

Frontier Capitalist: The Life of John Evans by Harry E. Kelsey, Jr., review 42:2:275-276

Frontier Days 19:1:39-44 (see also Cheyenne Frontier Days; FIRSTS)

Frontier Days in Gay Cheyenne by John Goossens 14:3:202

Frontier Editor by Daniel W. Whetstone, review 29:2:232-233

Frontier Hotel 43:2:170, 182

Frontier Index 9:3:732-736; 13:4:347; 14:4:299; 15:4:397; 18:1:68; 34:2:220, 222-225, 242; 36:1:81; 39:1:25; 43:2:165-200, photo page following 200, 201-203; 44:22:146, 149-150 (see also Press on Wheels)

Frontier Index on Wheels 43:1:171

Frontier Land and Cattle Company 43:2:210, 212-214

Frontier Lawyer: T. P. Hill by Burton S. Hill 34:1:43-49

Frontier No. 1 coal mine 42:2:241

Frontier Phoenix 43:2:196

Frontier Powder River Mission by Burton S. Hill 38:2:215-222

Frontier Times 33:2:219

Frontier Trails edited by E. E. Dale 65:4:30

Frontier Years by M. H. Brown and W. R. Felton, review 28:1:112-114

Frost (Mrs.) 42:2:219

Frost Cave 14:1:53

Frost Curio Shop 10:3:144

Frost, Dad 19:2:70

Frost, Dick (see review of Legends and Tales of the Old West)

Frost, Jesse 26:1:15-17, 21

Frost, Lawrence A. (see Custer Album. A Pictorial Biography of General George A. Custer; Phil Sheridan Album)

Frost, Mary 14:1:51-55

Frost, Ned 19:2:70; 30:1:108-109, 111

Frost, Nedward "Ned" 45:1:19 (see also review of Golden Age of Shotgunning)

Frost, Robert 12:1:80

Frost, W. H. 17:2:114

Froyd, Erwin A. (Colonel) 26:1:92; 27:2:164, 227

Fry, Jake 26:1:51, 63

Fryberger, Harvey D. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fryer, Robert 19:1:47

Fryer, Rusty 129:2:137

Fryxell, F. M. 5:2:78; 5:2&3:120; photo 5:4:128, 162; 6:3:284; 7:1:364; 7:3:443; 7:4:484; 8:2:564; 8:3:603; 8:4:644; 9:1:683-684; 9:3:763; 14:1:24-30 (see also Placing the Grand Teton Memorial Tablet; Story of Deadman’s Bar; Wyoming Place Names)

Fryxell, Fritiof 15:1:71-84; 27:2:227 (see also Albert Charles Peale, Pioneer Geologist of the Hayden Survey)

Fryxell, Roald 34:2:191

Fuhr, George 16:2:109

Fuhr, Paul 16:2:141

Fulford, Roger (see Hanover to Windsor)

Fuller (Private) 36:1:54

Fuller, Caroline (Mrs.) 27:2:227

Fuller, E. O. 3:4:229

Fuller, Frank 28:1:87-88

Fuller, Hugh K. (Reverend) 25:1:64

Fuller, J. T. 14:4:328

Fuller, John 40:2:216

Fuller, Naomi Y. 27:2:227

Fuller, R. P. 22:1:88; 26:1:31

Fuller, Raymond 30:2:1, 51

Fullerton, Ellen Miller (Mrs. John H.) 20:2:179; 21:2/3:238; 27:2:227 (see also Biographical Sketch of David Miller)

Fullerton, Winfield 16:2:88

Fullery, E. O. 21:2/3:24; 24:1:102; 25:2:211; 27:2:227; 28:1:10; 30:1:106 (see also Cheyenne Looking North)

Fullmer, David 21:2/3:119

Fulmer, Harry 40:2:257

Fulton, Hank 26:1:21

Fulton, Hugh K. 38:2:178-188

Funda, Velma (Mrs.) 45:2:218

Fundaburk, Emma Lila 30:1:117-118 (see also Sun Circles and Human Hands, the Southeastern Indians Art and Industry)

Funk, Daniel 32:1:53

Funkhauser 29:2:155-156

fur prices (1880-1842) 3:2:133-134


fur trade 15:21:134-142; 15:3:198-228; 17:1:17; 17:2:91, 101, 105; 21:2/3:171; 22:2:49; 23:2:57; 25:1:61, 89; 25:2:120-121; 26:2:223; 31:2:220 (see also Aspects of the Fur Trade-Selected Papers of the 1965 North American Fur Trade Conference; Forty Years a Fur Trader on the Upper Missouri: The Personal Narrative of Charles Larpenteur, 1833-1872; Gros Ventres and the Upper Missouri Fur Trade 1806-1835; Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West; Nature of the Relationship between the Blackfeet Indians and the Men of the Fur Trade)

Fur Trade of the American West by David J. Wishart, review 65:4:62, 73

fur traders (see Fur Traders; traders)

Fur Traders by Clyde Meehan Owens 2:3:41-46

fur trading established in 1832 12:1:38 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie)

furs and skins 29:2:226-227; 30:1:53, 79-80, 89

Furey (see Fury, Captain)

Furguson, Jas. 25:2:173

Furness, Helen photo 37:1:30, 31

Furney, Frank 39:2:258

Furois, Margaret (Mrs.) 38:1:100

Fury (Captain) 45:1:40

Futa, George 14:3:247