Annals Index - J

J. Sterling Morton by James C. Olson, review 44:2:294-295

Jabelmann, Ann 27:2:229; 30:2:225

Jack 16:2:89, 96-97, 100, 111, 135, 143-144 (see also Ute)

Jack, Bob 33:2:198

Jack, Duncan 33:2:198

Jack Ellis Haynes Chronological Research File 65:1:52

Jack Ellis Haynes Public File 65:1:52

Jack Ellis Haynes-A Tribute by Horace M. Albright 35:1:85-87

Jack, John (Professor) 47:2:235

Jack Morrow by George Stephens 40:1:113-115

Jack Rabbit Springs 16:2:137

jack rabbits 26:1:9-10

Jack, Robert 19:1:31

Jack, William M. "Scotty" 27:2:112, 229; 45:2:191; 48:2:174-175, 179-180, 182-284, 197, 221-222, 224, 226-232, 236; 63:1:15

Jackman, E. R. (see Oregon Desert)

Jackman, Levi 21:2/3:121

Jacks (see Cousin Jacks: The Cornish in America)

Jackson (California) 66:1&2:37

Jackson 33:2:160; 42:2:153-154, 157, 159, 161-164, 174, 176-178, 180; 44:1:72, 76; 44:2:262, 264 (see also FIRSTS: First Wagons to Reach the Rocky Mountains, extract from letter from Messrs. Smith, Jackson and Sublett to Secretary of War)

Jackson, Andrew (President) 11:2:116; 46:1:131; 49:2:244; 60:2:22-23

Jackson, Andrew M. 29:2:184-185

Jackson, Buck, photo 65:4:5

Jackson, C. 16:2:156

Jackson Canyon 47:1:6

Jackson, Carl 64:2:54-55

Jackson, Carlton 49:2:234, 251

Jackson, Clarence 27:2:229

Jackson, Clarence S. (see Quest of the Snow Cross)

Jackson Creek 22:2:50

Jackson, David 17:2:98, 100-101; 31:2:243

Jackson, David E. 44:1:73, 81-82, 92; 54:1:63 (see also Shadow on the Tetons: David E. Jackson and the Claiming of the American West)

Jackson, Donald (see Custer’s Gold. The United States Cavalry Expedition of 1874; Expeditions of John Charles Fremont, Volume I. Travels from 1838-1844 and Map Portfolio; Expeditions of John Charles Fremont. Vol. I. The Bear Flag Revolt and the Court-Martial)

Jackson, George (Mrs.) 26:1:60

Jackson, George 26:1:63

Jackson, Henry (Lieutenant) 36:21:176-17

Jackson, Henry 47:1:85; 66:3:60

Jackson Hole 16:12:5-33; 25:1:47; 39:1:188, 220; 42:2:149-182; 43:1:23; 44:1:72-77, 81-82, 84-85, 87, 89; 44:2:241-265; 64:3/4:2; 66:1&2:4, 5, 75; 66:3:14; 66:4:44 (see also Along the Ramparts of the Tetons: The Saga of Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Colter’s Hell and Jackson Hole; Early Days in Jackson Hole)

Jackson Hole Courier 42:2:149-150, 152, 155, 157, 160, 164-165, 167-171, 173-179; 44:1:106

Jackson Hole elk herd 50:2:248-257, 262, 264, 269

Jackson Hole Fine Art Foundation 44:2:262

Jackson Hole Journal by Nathaniel Burt, review 56:2:52

Jackson Hole National Monument (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Jackson Hole Plan 44:2:242, 246-247

Jackson Hole Preserve, Inc. 50:2:270

Jackson Hole Ski Corporation 44:2:259

Jackson Hole, Wyoming map 5:4:145; 16:1:5, 10, 13-16, 18-22, 24-27, 30, 32; 17:2:91, 105; 18:1:21; 22:2:49-51; 23:2:57; 25:1:47; 65:4:7 (see also Commission of the Conservation of the Elk of Jackson Hole, Wyoming; FIRSTS: survey in Jackson Hole)

Jackson, Howard 3:1:110; 43:2:280

Jackson, Hugh 59:1:61 (see also History of Volunteering in Wyoming)

Jackson, J. P. 20:2:172

Jackson, John C., Shadow on the Tetons: David E. Jackson and the Claiming of the American West, review 66:4:64

Jackson Lake 42:2:159; 44:1:76, 81; 44:2:242; 58:2:26 (see also Jackson, David)

Jackson Lake 66:1&2:2; painting 66:1&2:75

Jackson, Mark 25:2:202-203

Jackson Memorial Wing (see National Museum at Scottsbluff, Nebraska)

Jackson National Monument (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Jackson, Richard H. (Sergeant) 35:1:11 (see also Mormon Role in the Settlement of the West)

Jackson, Sheldon (Reverend) 15:3:283; 38:2:173, 177, 181-182, 185; 39:1:71, 77, 79, 94, 97

Jackson State Bank 42:2:155, 158; 44:1:94

Jackson, Stonewall 21:1:16

Jackson Street (Big Horn City) 66:1&2:16

Jackson, Teton 30:1:34

Jackson, Thomas (General) 32:2:270

Jackson Valley Telephone Company 30:2:150; 42:2:160

Jackson, W. E. 66:1&2:13, 16

Jackson, W. Turrentine 18:2:139-162; 35:1:6; 37:2:178; 65:4:32 (see also Administration of Governor Thomas Moolight; Governor Francis E. Warren, a Champion of Woman Suffrage; review of Cattle Raising on the Plains, 1960-1961; Railroad Relations of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, 1873-1890; Territorial Papers of Wyoming in the National Archives; When Grass was King; Wyoming Cattle Quarantine, 1885; Wyoming Stock Growers Association Political Power in Wyoming Territory, 1873-1890)

Jackson, William E. (Mr. and Mrs.) 15:2:153; 20:1:61, 78; 29:1:116-117; 35:2:131; 36:1:66

Jackson, William H. photos by 66:4:46-47

Jackson, William Henry 5:4:164; 7:2:403; 8:4:643; 14:4:254, 269; 21:2/3:227; 23:2:59; 25:1:76; 28:1:55; 28:2:174, 191; 29:1:80; 34:2:179, photo 181, 191, 242, 244; 42:2:266; 43:1:117-118, 123; 44:1:88, 92; 48:1:90; 50:1:21, 23, 30, 53, photo 54; 60:1:5, 7; 65:2/3:10, 13, 16-17, 19, 21, 23 (see also Address Regarding First Photographing of the Tetons; FORTS AND CAMPS: Caspar sketch; Photography of the Tetons; Westward America)

Jackson, Wyoming 23:2:58; 26:2:135; 48:2:233; 50:2:251

Jackson, Z. 18:2:161

Jackson, "Swede" 44:1:93

Jackson, "Teton" 44:1:92

Jackson’s Hole Story by Josephine Fabian, review 35:2:243

Jacob, Norton 21:2/3:121; 31:1:7

Jacobs, John 55:1:36

Jacobs, John M. 36:2:206-209, 212, 222-223; 42:2:270; 49:1:26-30, 34-38, 40-44

Jacobucci, Joseph 64:1:24

Jacobucci, Joseph F. 43:2:175, 177, 184, 195, 202

Jacoby, "Red" 66:3:43; 66:4:27

Jacob’s Crossing 36:2:223

Jacque Laramie Chapter (see Daughters of the American Revolution, Jacque Laramie Chapter)

Jacques, Paul 64:3/4:3, 6; photo by 65:1:4, 35; 65:4:34

Jagger, D. 31:1:25; 31:2:172

Jagger, J. 32:2:188, 201

Jamason, John (see Jamason’s Trading Post)

Jamason’s Trading Post 42:2:79

James (Governor) 34:2:197

James Boan and Son 33:2:214

James Bridger, A Mexican Citizen 11:4:292-295

James Bridger Biographic Sketch by Major General Grenville M. Dodge 1:3:1-10

James Bridger Claims by Victor H. Cohen 12:3:228-240

James brothers 2:2:25-26; 30:1:35

James, Frank 38:1:90; 50:1:75

James G. Hamilton Collection 65:1:52

James, Henry 28:2:155; 64:1:5

James, Jesse 50:1:75 (see also Life, Times and Treacherous Death of Jesse James)

James, Johnathan A. 44:1:32

James Lake 21:2/3:197

James Madison Alden. Yankee Artist of the Pacific Coast, 1854-1860 by Franz Stenzel, M.D., review 48:1:147-148

James, N. H. W. (Captain) 18:1:85

James, Nat 15:1:45; 35:2:131-132, 141; 37:2:153

James, Poison Joe photo 28:2:152, 160-161

James, Rhett S. 39:2:273 (see also Brigham Young-Chief Washakie Indian Farm Negotiation)

James, Samuel 59:2:9-10

James, William 64:1:7

Jameson, Arlen D. (Colonel) 59:1:37

Jameson, E. C. (Mrs.) 3:1:108

Jameson, Jesse H. (see review of Guide to the Care and Administration of Manuscripts; review of War Chief Joseph)

Jameson, Nell 64:3/4:53

Jameson, William 44:1:32

Jamison, Samuel M. 42:1:30, 33

Jan Em Creek 32:2:165

Jane (Pahviets’ squaw) 16:2:90-91, 94, 97, 113, 115 (see also Ute)

Jane Ivinson Memorial Hall 43:1:17, 21

Janes, Ralph 60:2:18

Janis, Antoine 39:2:205

Janis, Emily 43:2:257

Janis, Mary 18:2:116

Janis, Nicholas 39:2:204; 43:2:257

Janis, Nick 18:2:93, 107, 110, 115, 126; 27:2:146; 47:1:15

Janis, Peter 18:2:115

Janis, William 18:2:115

Janisse (see Janis, Nick)

Japan 65:4:45

Japanese paper balloons 24:1:20-22

Japp, John 27:2:229

Jared Fox’s Memorandum: Kept from Dellton Sauk County, Wisconsin Toward California and Oregon, 1852-1854 by Jared Fox, review 64:1:30-31

Jarrard, Jimmy 33:2:190

Jarrard, Olf 31:2:207

Jarre, Maurice 64:1:25

Jarrett Palmer Special Train 3:4:200-1

Jarrot, Vital 27:1:12; 31:1:17; 46:1:12

Jarvie, John 27:1:31-32; 53:1:57

Jarvis 57:1:2-3

Jay Em 32:2:164-166

Jay Em Cattle Company 32:2:191

Jay Em, Wyoming 29:2:159

Jay, Tom O. 26:1:31

Jayne, Clarence D. (Doctor) 27:2:229; 37:1:113

Jaynes, William 26:1:64

J. B. Oakie, Lost Cabin Pioneer by Karen L. Love 46:2:173-205; 47:1:69-100

J. B. Oakie mansion photo 46:2:184

J. C. Jackson store photo 66:3:43

J. C. Teller and Company 44:2:203

Jediah Smith and the Opening of the West by Dale L. Morgan, review 26:2:223-224

Jeffers, William M. 25:1:67; 43:1:15, 49, 51-52

Jefferson County Historical Society 65:1:20

Jefferson, Iowa 65:2/3:5

Jefferson River 33:2:161, 163; 36:2:212; 37:2:216

Jefferson, Thomas (President) 18:1:4-5

Jefferson, Thomas 66:3:24

Jeffersonian Democrat 66:3:47

Jeffrey, C. W. (Doctor) 24:1:3-4

Jeffrey, Henry B. 12:4:334

Jeffrey, J. K. 37:1:56

Jeffrey, John K. 12:3:182-183

Jeffreys, William 34:2:145

Jeffries, May (Mrs.) 26:1:55

Jehosiphat claim 43:2:260

Jehovah Jireh by Fama Hess Stoddard 31:1:41-47

Jellison, Katherine, Entitled to Power: Farm Women and Technology, 1913-1963, review 66:4:65

Jelm School 54:2:14

Jenatte, Eugenia 39:1:102

Jenkins (and squaw) 16:2:92; 19:2:107

Jenkins, Byron 44:2:262

Jenkins, Carl 17:1:84

Jenkins, Del 66:4:55

Jenkins, Gus 37:1:35

Jenkins, Henry 66:4:55

Jenkins, J. F. (Mrs.) 4:4:408; 37:1:50

Jenkins, James F. (Captain) 5:1:24-26, 39; 23:1:21; 28:2:147

Jenkins, John J. 34:1:74

Jenkins, John M. (Brigadier General) 18:1:57

Jenkins, Perry W. 13:4:389; 21:2:4, 6; 23:2:58; 24:1:102; 25:1:62-64, 66-68, 71, 77; 26:2:102 (see also Kiskadden- Slade)

Jenkins, Theresa (Mrs.) 19:2:133

Jenkins, Theresa A. Parkinson 37:1:28, 54; photo 52:1:11; 62:1:58, 72 (see also Therese A. Parkinson Jenkins)

Jenness, John C. (Lieutenant) 36:1:62; 41:2:196

Jenney Expedition 7:1:342; 13:4:363

Jenney Stockade 34:1:17; 38:1:84, 94

Jenney, Walter P. (Professor) 7:1:341; 17:1:11; 38:1:94; 41:1:93; 50:1:43-46, photo 47, 48

Jennings, Bob 4:2:307

Jennings, Harry B. 15:4:390

Jennings, Sam 32:2:192

Jennings, Talbot (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:229

Jennings, William 29:2:189; 44:2:275

Jenny Lake 44:1:88; 44:2:261; 58:1:16-18, photo 19

Jenny’s Stockade 26:2:209

Jensen, A. W. 27:2:229

Jensen, Clara 61:1:36

Jensen, Henry (Mrs.) 39:1:113; 43:2:283 (see also Castle Rock; Robert Stuart)

Jensen, Henry 39:1:113; 43:2:283; 47:2:235, 239-240; 48:1:133-136, 138, 140-141; 49:1:131, 133, 135 (see also Castle Rock; Derby Stop; Hailey Post Office and Stage Station on Beaver Creek; Robert Stuart)

Jensen, Jens P. 28:2:137

Jensen, Katherine (see review of Feminine Frontier: Wyoming Women, 1850-1900; review of Fragment: The Autobiography of Mary Jane Mount Tanner; review of So Much to be Done: Women Settlers on the Mining and Ranching Frontier; Rural Women Working: Naming and Evaluating Women’s Non-Wage Labor)

Jensen, Lee (see Pony Express)

Jensen, Mildred Mickelson (Mrs.) 25:1:65-66

Jensen, Richard E. (see Eyewitness at Wounded Knee)

Jensen, S. G. (Mr. and Mrs.) 11:4:300

Jenson, Andrew 26:2:150; 39:2:255; 46:2:236; 56:1:57

Jepson, Carl E. 27:2:229

Jerk Meat 52:1:46 (see also Comanche)

Jernberg, Maxine 51:1:110

Jernberg, Van 51:1:110

Jersey Junction 23:1:11, 14

Jerseyville Company (Illinois) 25:2:114-117, 120, 138

J. E. Stimson Collection photos 65:1:11, 14; 65:2/3:11, 14-15, 28; 65:4:19, 27, 45-46, 53

J. E. Stimson photos 66:1&2:24-25; 66:3:5, 43; 66:4:50-51, 53, 55-56

J. E. Stimson: Photographer of the West by Mark Junge, review 59:1:57

J. E. West and Company 66:3:32

Jessel, Paul W. 12:1:81

Jessey, Henrietta (Mrs.) 2:2:39

Jessop, Bert 42:1:82

Jessup 20:2:157

Jesuits and the Indian Wars of the Far Northwest by Robert Ignatius Burns, S. J., review 38:2:231-232

Jesup, Thomas S. 32:1:18

Jesurun (Doctor) 24:2:9-10

Jeunesse, Nicholas (see Janis, Nick)

Jewel Tea Company 66:4:6

Jewell (Doctor) 47:1:99

Jewell, Clayton 33:1:15-16

Jewell County (Kansas) 64:3/4:56

Jewell, Scott 47:1:100

Jewett, George 65:2/3:12

Jewett, George E. 31:1:10; 31:2:167-168, 171; 32:1:61

Jewett, Gordon (Mrs.) 23:2:62

Jewett, James J. 25:1:88; 28:2:135, 140

Jewett, James J., Jr. (Mrs.) 27:2:229

Jewett, Joseph 51:2:39

Jewett Land and Livestock Company 23:2:51

Jewett, Lora Neal 25:1:66, 69-70; 27:2:229 (see also Almira Hadley Lewis Houston; Life of Frank Ball)

Jewis Agricultural Society 61:1:17-22, 24

Jewis Agriculturists’ Aid Society of America 61:1:18-19, 21

Jews 65:4:21 (see also Wyoming Jewish Press)

Jews in Wyoming by Carl V. Hallberg 61:1:10-31

J. F. Reynolds #9 (see Reynolds, J. F.; Woman’s Relief Corps)

Jillich, J. M. 51:2:18

Jim Beckwourth: Black Mountain Man and War Chief of the Crows by Elinor Wilson, review 53:2:82

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum 32:1:74; 32:2:247, 454; 36:1:65 (see also Johnson County-Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum)

Jinks Creek 22:2:99

Jireh College 31:1:41, photo 42, 43-47

Jireh College-Stirred Embers of the Past by Maxine Colonna and Ruth Ford Atkinson, review 36:1:111-13

Jireh Experiemental Farm (see Jireh College)

Jireh, Wyoming 26:2:140; 29:2:158; 31:1:41-47

Jivaro (Equador) 31:2:140

JM brand (see BRANDS)

J. M. Searle and Company 33:2:141

JoAnn Jacobsen Wells, review 50:1:186-187

Joanna (Sister) 21:2/3:206

Jobe, John 49:2:278

Jobe, Martin 49:2:278

Joe Edelbrock and Sons 34:2:217

Joe Elliott’s Story by B. W. Hope 45:2:143-172

Joe Meek, The Merry Mountain Man a Biography by Stanley Vestal, review 24:2:126-128

Joffe, Joseph (see John W. Meldrum, The Grand Old Man of Yellowstone National Park)

Johann, Susan, photo by 65:4:19

Johansson, Ester 27:2:229

John Alexander Osborne by Mrs. Meta Osborne 14:4:315-321

John Allen Campbell (diary) 10:1:5-11; 10:2:59-78; 10:3:120-143; 10:4:155-185 (see also Campbell, John Allen)

John B. Kendrick, Cowpoke to Senator, 1897-1917 54:1:51-57

John B. Kendrick’s Fight for Western Water Legislation, 1917-1933 by Eugene T. Carroll 50:2:319-333

John C. Davis, Sr.: Portrait of a Rocky Mountain Drug Wholesaling Pioneer by Anthony Palmieri, III 55:2:33-35

John Colter (poem) by Mae Eurbanek 30:1:11

John Colter Pageant 30:2:110

John D. Haines, Oklahoma’s Pioneer Mountaineer in the Tetons by Joe. D. Haines, Jr., M. D. 58:1:16-19

John Day River, Oregon 16:2:124

John Fery, Artist of the Rockies by Peter C. Merrill 66:1&2:2, 75

John Foote Saloon 16:2:141

John Fouch 1876-78 photo catalogue 66:4:46-47

John H. Conrad and Company 35:2:128-129, 136; 36:1:56; sketch 37:2:148, 150; 39:2:174; 40:2:255

John Hunton Collection 4:3:356; 10:1:13

John Hunton Collections by Mrs. Cyrus Beard 2:4:73-74; 3:1:105-107

John Hunton’s Diary. Wyoming Territory. Volune 6, 1885-1889 edited by L. G. "Pat" Flannery, review 43:1:135-137

John Hunton’s Diary: Volumes 1-2 edited by G. "Pat" Flannery, review 31:1:112-113

John Richards, Jr. And the Killing at Fetterman by Brian Jones 43:2:237-257

John Roberts, D. D., L..L.D. by Judge E. H. Fourt 13:3:172-174

John Selman, Texas Gunfighter by Leon Clair Metz, review 39:1:150-151; 53:1:66

John Shepherd Day by J. Herold Day 36:2:239-241

John Stands in Timber, Cheyenne Memories, review 40:1:142-143

John W. Deane, Wyoming Pioneer by Charles Lindsay photo 9:3:728, 743-752

John W. Meldrum, The Grand Old Man of Yellowstone National Park by Joseph Joffe 13:1:5-47; 13:2:105-140

John Wesley Hoyt, Territorial Governor of Wyoming, 1878-1882 by Doctor Henry J. Peterson 21:1:3-68

John "Portugee" Phillips Legends. A Study in Wyoming Folklore by Robert A. Murray 40:1:41-56

Johns (ranger) 37:1:86

Johns, James (see review of Discovering Wyoming; review of Mythic West in Twentieth Century America; review of Overland Trail. To California in 1852; Wyoming: Courage in a Lonesome Land)

Johnson 16:2:91, 96-97, 100, 111, 113, 128, 132-135; 23:1:66, 67; 25:2;130 (see also Ute)

Johnson (Captain) 15:3:230

Johnson (Doctor) 23:2:16

Johnson (Judge) 54:1:18

Johnson, A. D. 54:2:44

Johnson, A. R. 9:3:740; 33:2:143, 147

Johnson, Agnes S. 27:2:229

Johnson, Albert W. 7:3:409-421,443; 8:2:578-592; 11:2:139

Johnson, Alma (Mrs.) 39:2:258

Johnson, Alvin (see Pioneer’s Progress)

Johnson, Andrew (President) 21:2/3:192; 29:2:213, 219, 221; 56:2:3-4; 58:2:11; 62:3:117-118

Johnson, Andy 19:1:47

Johnson, Arthur 26:1:4-5, 7

Johnson, Arthur C. 5:4:163; 6:4:324

Johnson, Bally (Judge) 22:2:33

Johnson, Barry C. (see Case of Marcus A. Reno)

Johnson, Billy 18:1:78; 44:2:270; 47:2:144; 54:2:54

Johnson Brothers 19:1:31

Johnson, C. A. 54:2:26

Johnson, C. F. 19:1:28-29

Johnson, Carl D. 27:2:229

Johnson, Charles (Private) 36:2:177, 181-182

Johnson, Chris 33:1:76

Johnson, Connie F. (see review of Great Platte River Road)

Johnson County 1:3:20; 18:2:157; 19:2:69; 20:1:14; 23:1:24; 24:2:31, 33-34, 77, 116; 26:1:44-45, 49, 93; 27:1:25-30; 27:2:137-141, 142-158; 28:1:28-29, 33, 129; 28:2:176; 29:2:161-162; 30:2:181, 185; 31:2:133, 197, 200, 207-208, 230; 32:1:70, 74, 80-82, 86, 93; 32:2:216-217; 33:1:55, 58; 33:2:179-180, 190; 34:1:43, 95, 100; 35:2:127, 130-132, 136, 139; 36:2:186, 214; 43:2:206, 213; 44:1:92; 48:2:177, 196; 65:1:2; 65:4:4, 20, 25- 26, 28-32, 34, 45, 74-75; 66:1&2:4-5, 17, 20; 66:3:34, 45 (see also FIRSTS: county to hold agricultural and stock fair, 1885; Negus in Johnson County; Pease County)

Johnson County Agricultural Association 66:1&2:20

Johnson County Assessor’s Office 66:1&2:5

Johnson County Chapter of the Wyoming State Historical Society 32:2:252

Johnson County Courthouse 35:2:127, 139

Johnson County Fair 35:2:144

Johnson County Fair 66:1&2:20

Johnson County Historical Society 1:3:20; 13:4:367

Johnson County invaders at Fort D. A. Russell, Cheyenne photo 45:2:162

Johnson County Invasion 6:3:282-283; 32:1:71, 93; 34:1:107, 110; 35:2:146; 38:1:59; 45:2:156-158; 65:4:21, 74-75 (see also Johnson County War; United States Army in the Aftermath of the Johnson County Invasion, April through November, 1892)

Johnson County Library 65:4:30

Johnson County War (1892) 19:2:69; 20:1:14; 24:2:31, 33-34, 77, 116; 26:1:44-45, 49; 28:2:176; 29:2:161-162; 34:1:49; 35:1:63-66; 35:2:144, 161; 37:2:190, 194; photo 39:1:4; 39:2:181; 40:1:60-61, 63; 48:2:246-247; 49:1:53-55, 59-61; 54:2:71; 59:1:40-41; 64:3/4:52, 55; 65:1:2; 65:4:2, 4-5, 20-21, map 22, 24-26, 29, 33-34, 75; 66:3:34, 45 (see also Banditti of the Plains; Johnson County Invasion)

Johnson County War by George T. Watkins, III 65:4:20, 32

Johnson County War by Jack R. Gage, review 40:1:145-146

Johnson County War Is/Ain’t a Pack of Lies 48:2:244, 246

Johnson County-Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum 39:2:261

Johnson, D. G. B. 13:1:75

Johnson, Daniel 66:3:11, 45

Johnson, Davenport (Major General) 64:3/4:14

Johnson, E. P. 66:4:2

Johnson, Ed 50:2:349

Johnson, Edward Payson (Honorable) 13:1:75; 14:2:150; 23:1:8; 35:2:130

Johnson, Edwin (Mrs.) 44:2:270

Johnson, Edwin C. 44:2:269-270

Johnson, Ellis 37:1:107

Johnson, Fanny (Mrs.) 36:2:192

Johnson, Finlay 27:2:229

Johnson, Frank, Tenney 48:1:95

Johnson, Fred J. 27:2:229

Johnson, George 24:1:4; 46:1:116

Johnson, Gilbert 48:2:176

Johnson, Hanna 54:2:13

Johnson, Helen Childs 27:2:229

Johnson, Helen H. 10:1:40

Johnson, Hulda 39:2:259

Johnson, Ida 48:2:176

Johnson, Iver 22:1:73-74

Johnson, J. B. (Colonel) 18:1:58

Johnson, J. E. 43:2:172

Johnson, J. O. 27:2:229

Johnson, J. W. 19:1:28

Johnson, Jessamine Spear (Mrs.) 4:4:407; 5:1:39; 14:1:83: 14:2:98, 163; 27:2:229

Johnson, Jim Mitchell 33:2:189

Johnson, Joe 25:1:76

Johnson, John Burgess (First Lieutenant) 38:1:28, 43

Johnson, John H. 39:1:137

Johnson, John W. (Reverend) 39:1:130

Johnson, Joseph 43:2:203

Johnson, Josephine 26:2:116

Johnson Land Company 65:4:51

Johnson, Leroy 55:2:13, 15

Johnson, Loma (Miss) 39:2:259

Johnson, Lucilla 24:2:94

Johnson, Luke 21:2/3:111-112, 133, 135, 138-141, 143-146, 177

Johnson, Lyndon B. (see Compassionate Samaritan: The Life of Lyndon B. Johnson)

Johnson, Mark 66:4:44

Johnson, Mary 25:1:77

Johnson, Napoleon B. 28:1:25

Johnson, Osgood (Mrs.) 16:2:162, photo 163

Johnson, Peter (Private) 31:1:50

Johnson, Ralph E. 21:2/3:217-218

Johnson, Ralph S. 52:2:27

Johnson, Raymond 53:2:71

Johnson, Raymond B. 27:2:229

Johnson, Reverdy 60:2:29

Johnson, Sally 34:2:145

Johnson, Samuel 32:2:209

Johnson site 32:2:242

Johnson Street (Big Horn, Wyoming) 66:1&2:16

Johnson, Susan R. 14:2:150

Johnson, Virginia W. (see Unregimented General)

Johnson, W. G. 26:1: 64

Johnson, W. T. (Mrs.) 33:2:189

Johnson, W. T. 33:2:189

Johnson, W. V. (Mrs.) 7:4:524

Johnson, William (Mrs.) 31:1:35

Johnson, William F. 24:2:81-82, 94, 105

Johnson, William R. 17:2:171

Johnson, William Templeton 13:2:158

Johnson, William Wallace "Lengthy" 14:1:78; 38:1:92

Johnson, William "Billy" G. 13:3:202 (see also Life Story of a Fremont County Pioneer Couple)

Johnston 46:1:115

Johnston, Ada 37:1:31

Johnston, Albert B. (Colonel) 35:1:7

Johnston, Albert Sidney (Colonel; General) 16:1:38-40, 43; 23:2:57; 26:2:145, 148; 27:1:46-48, 53, 56-57, 64, 66, 69, 83; 28:1:44, 69; 31:1:48; 31:2:216, 219, 223-224; 32:1:20; 33:2:168-169, 176-177; 36:1:36; 42:1:97; 42:2:257; 45:2:252, 257; 46:2:236, 238; 56:2:15-16; 59:2:38, 42, 44

Johnston, Clarence T. 7:3:443; 25:1:86; 35:1:76; 40:1:81; photo 46:2:39, 40-44 (see also Boundaries of the State Reserve; Clarence T. Johnston’s Dissent: A Challenge to Gifford Pinchot and the Conservative Ethos; West Side Mining Company)

Johnston, E. B. (Colonel) 17:1:7

Johnston, George P. (Doctor) 25:2:207; 41:2:188, 191

Johnston, Harvey 48:2:211

Johnston, J. Pelham (see review of Higher Education in a Maturing Democracy)

Johnston, J. A. 53:2:14

Johnston, J. C. 45:2:258

Johnston, James 50:1:11-12

Johnston, James Albert photo 12:3:183-184; 37:1:4, 5

Johnston, Joseph E. (General) 43:2:173; 45:1:28

Johnston, Louis 33:1:96

Johnston, M. R. 41:2:191

Johnston, Mark 37:2:225

Johnston, William G. 21:2/3:113-114; 31:1:9, 16; 32:1:53-54, 56; 40:2:205, 208-209, 212, 216; 42:1:11-13, 22, 25; 62:2:79, 82-83, 87-88

Johnston, Willis (Private) 38:1:73

Johnstone, R. L. 10:2:96

Joice (Mrs.) 17:1:77

Joint Business Council of Shoshone and Arapahoe Indians, photo 66:3:58

Jolley 28:2:175

Jolley, H. S. 53:2:17

Jollner, Fred (Mrs.) 27:2:229

Jolly, David 27:2:225

Jolly Dry Farmers 58:1:47

Jones (Mr.) 66:1&2:20

Jones 15:3:207-209

Jones, A. C. 36:2:191

Jones and Gray (grocers) 15:2:154

Jones and Harrington 37:2:153

Jones and Hawley Cattle Company 15:1:11, 31

Jones and Russell 32:1:10, 26, 28-29

Jones, Benjamin 43:2:293

Jones, Brian 48:2:280 (see also John Richard, Jr. and the Killing at Fetterman)

Jones, C. A. 21:2/3:205

Jones, C. B. 40:1:85

Jones, Charles J. "Buffalo" 66:4:52-54; photo 53

Jones, Craig 27:1:112

Jones, Dan 29:2:181

Jones, Dave 26:1:21; 38:1:82

Jones, David 26:1:63

Jones, Dexter 21:1:25

Jones, Dick 48:2:208

Jones Expedition 44:1:89

Jones, Frank 33:1:8, 12-13

Jones Geological Survey 53:2:50

Jones, George 25:2:199

Jones, Gladys Powelson 10:1:43; 54:2:41 (see also Cheyenne, Cheyenne...Our Blue Color Heritage; Our Mark Twain, The Making of His Public Personality)

Jones, Grant 38:1:126

Jones, Henry 33:2:218; 37:1:113; 38:1:108

Jones, Howard 16:2:160

Jones, Hoyle 4:1:270; 4:4:406, 408; 5:1:5-12, 39

Jones, J. A. "Flatrock" 30:2:191; 37:2:154

Jones, J. H. (Mrs.) 27:2:229

Jones, J. H. 33:2:209

Jones, J. M. 39:1:119

Jones, J. S. (Mrs.) 21:1:24, 41

Jones, J. S. "Johnny" 20:1:65; 21:1:13

Jones, Jack 20:2:165; 36:1:68

Jones, James E., Jr. 39:1:138

Jones, Jessie S. 3:4:232; 4:1:270-272; 4:4:408

Jones, John 28:1:66

Jones, John M. (Reverend) 24:2:93

Jones, John S. 57:1:6, 8-10

Jones, Johney 33:1:96

Jones, Jonathan 12:4:292

Jones, Joseph R. 44:2:242

Jones, K. C. (Mrs.) 26:2:97

Jones, Keith 60:2:33

Jones, LeClercq (see review of Movable Type, Biography of Legh R. Freeman)

Jones, Lena Lukens 2:1:20

Jones, Louis 22:2:57; 51:2:46

Jones, Lula Cobb 26:2:139, 233; 27:2:229

Jones, Marshall 56:1:27

Jones, Monte 24:1:4

Jones, Nard (see Great Command. The Story of Marcus and Narcissa Whitman and the Oregon Country Pioneers)

Jones, Orely E. 35:2:146

Jones, Orley "Ranger" 65:4:75

Jones, R. K. 42:1:97

Jones, Rainwater (Colonel) 33:1:10

Jones, Ralph F. (see Longhorns North of the Arkansas)

Jones, Ralph M. (Reverend) 24:2:101-102

Jones Ranch (see RANCHES)

Jones, Raymond (Mrs.) 9:2:699 (see also Powelson, Gladys)

Jones, Richard L. (Mrs.) 43:1:45

Jones, Richard Lloyd 43:1:45

Jones, Robert 55:1:53

Jones, Robert C. 54:2:23

Jones, Roger (Adjutant General) 58:2:5

Jones, Russell 27:1:7

Jones, Stella photo 33:1:62

Jones, T. Russell (see Mountain Home. The Walker Family Farmstead. Great Smoky Mountains National Park)

Jones, Virginia Haldeman (see Fifty Years Ago)

Jones, W. A. (Captain) 44:1:89 (see also Jones Expedition)

Jones, W. R. 55:1:23

Jones, Walter (see review of Buried Unsung: Louis Tikas and the Ludlow Massacre; review of Casper: A Pictorial History; review of Casper Centennial, 1889-1998: Natrona County, Wyoming, 1890-1990; review of Casper County: Wyoming’s Heartland; review of Glory Hunter: A Biography of Patrick Edward Connor)

Jones, Walter R. 48:2:296; 56:1:74 (see also Casper’s Prohibition Years; Coal Mine Explosions at Almy, Wyoming: Their Influence on Wyoming’s First Coal Mining Safety Laws; review of Forty-Niner in Utah: Letters and Journal of John Hudson; review of J. E. Stimson: Photographer of the West; review of Sandbar; review of Mining Town: The Photogaphic Record of T.N. Barnard and Nellie Stockbridge from the Coeur d’Alenes)

Jones, William 24:1:116

Jones, William A. (Captain) 15:2:118; 49:2:264, 266-268, 270; 51:1:108

Jones, William T. (Judge; Associate Justice) 13:1:77; 13:3:223; 15:3:284; 15:4:389; 26:1:57-59, 64; 53:2:25, 29, photo 30; 62:1:15, 46

Jones, Zeph 22:2:34-35, 38

Jordan (Colonel) 26:2:127

Jordan, John L. (Mrs.) 18:1:75; 21:2/3:200

Jordan, Mary Julia 26:2:127

Jordan, Roy A. (see Discovering Wyoming)

Jordan, Ruth (Mrs. Mike Massie) 66:1&2:73

Jordan, Teresa (see Cowgirls, Women of the American West: An Oral History)

Jordan, Teresa, Riding the White Horse Home: A Western Family Album, review 66:3:45, 81-82

Jordan, Terry G. (see Texas Graveyards, A Cultural Legacy)

Jordan, Terry G., North American Cattle-Ranching Frontiers: Origins, Diffusion and Differentiation, review

Jordan, Wyoming 52:2:45

Jording, Mike, A Few Interested Residents, review 66:1&2:55-56

Jordon, David Starr 58:2:33

Jordon, M. S. 26:1:99

Jordon, Oscar T. 28:2:138-139

Jordon, Roy 66:3:2:45

Jordon, Roy A. (see Discovering Wyoming; review of Cheyenne and Sioux. The Reminiscences of Four Indians and a White Soldier; review of Entrepreneurs of the Old West; review of Keep the Last Bullet for Yourself. The True Story of Custer’s Last Stand; review of New Courses for the Colorado River: Major Issues for the Next Century; Politics of a Cowboy Culture; Water and Wyoming’s Culture; Wyoming: A New Centennial Reflection)

Jordon’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

Jorgensen, Nelse 22:2:37

Jorzick, Henry photo 30:2:196

Jose (blacksmith) 36:1:67

Jose, Ben 19:1:29

Josendahl 46:1:116

Joseph 12:3:224; 19:2:65; 29:2:143; 38:1:123; 49:2:275-276; 50:1:149; 51:1:109; 56:1:21 (see also Kopet: A Documentary Narrative of Chief Joseph’s Last Year; Nez Perce; War Chief Joseph)

Joseph Christopher O’Mahoney and the 1952 Senate Election in Wyoming by Barton R. Voigt 45:2:177-224

Joseph Christopher O’Mahoney. A Brief Biography by Carl Moore 41:2:159-186

Joseph E. Stimson in camp at the Cody Gateway to Yellowstone National Park photo 44:1:page following 16 (see also Simson, Joseph E.)

Joseph Frightened photo 45:2:226 (see also Sioux)

Joseph Rhodes and the California Gold Rush by Merrill J. Mattes 23:1:52-71

Josephine (see Delaney, Dana) 66:1&2:69

Josephy, Alvin M., Jr. (see Nez Perce Indians and the Opening of the Northwest)

Joshua Hendy Machine Works advertisment 65:4:58

Joslin, Jervis 25:1:15

Joss, Art 61:2:21

Joss, Sam 61:2:31-32

Josselyn, Amos P. 31:2:158; 32:1:60

Jost, Loren 66:1&2:73 (see also review of Seeds-Ke-Dee Reflections)

Journal (1839-1840) 11:1:32-41 (see also Smith, Willard E.)

Journal of a Trip Across the Plains of the U.S. from Missouri to California in 1856 by J. Robert Brown 26:2:183

Journal of John Work by John Work 1:2:8

Journal of Life on the Steamer Continental by Harriet F. Stevens 35:2:214-228

Journal of Sherrill Ward, Prairie Schooner Lady by Ward G. and Florence Stark DeWitt, review 31:2:242

Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 65:1:35

Journal of Travels to and from California. With Full Details of the Hardships and Privations; also a Description of the Country, Mines, Cities, Towns, etc. by John T. Clapp, review 51:1:163-164

Journal of William A. Empey (7 May-4August 1847) 21:2/3:124-136, 138-146

Journal of William Riley Franklin to California from Missouri in 1850 edited by Homer Franklin, Sr. and Homer Franklin, Jr. 46:1:47-74

journalism (see Let My People Know: American Indian Journalism, 1828-1978; Merris C. Barrow: Sagebrush Philosopher and Journalist; Movable Type, Biography of Legh R. Freeman) 18:1:81-88

Journals and Debates of the Constitutional Convention, 1889 compiled by John W. Meldrum 13:2:106

Journals of James S. McClellan, 1st Sgt., Company H, 3rd Cavalry by Thomas R. Buecker 57:1:21-34

Journals of Lewis and Clark edited by Bernard DeVoto, review 26:2:224-226

Journals of Travel of Will H. Young 7:2:378-382

Journey Through the Yellowstone National Park 65:1:46

Journey to California: The Letters of Thaddeus Dean, 1852 edited by Katharine Dean Wheeler, review 52:1:67-68

J. O. Willits Horse Grower 66:1&2:18

Joy, Cora (Mrs.) 23:1:104

Joy, Lou 45:1:19

Joyce, Bishop 34:1:92

Joyce, Frank M. 37:2:172

Joyce, Roger G. 63:1:28-31; 64:3/4:4 (see also Wyoming’s Bentonite)

Joyner, Newell F. 28:1:14; 33:2:121

Joyous Journey of LeRoy R. and Ann W. Hafen: An Autobiography review 46:1:148-149

J. S. Collins and Sons 34:2:215; 37:1:69, 98

Judd, Frank R. 36:1:88

Judd, Henry Bethel 63:2:43

Judd, Orange 34:2:205, 207

Judge, O. W. 33:2:219; 39:1:128, 136

Judge W. A. Carter Collection 11:2:127

Judge, William 43:2:281-283, 285 (see also Fort Caspar)

judges 15:1:42-45; 54:1:10-25 (see also District judges; Supreme Court Judges; Territorial judges)

Judicial District Committee (see Activities and Plans, Fifth Judicial District Committee)

Judism (see FIRSTS: Jewish wedding, Cheyenne; Jews)

Judith River Basin 46:1:124

Judkin, W. T. 55:2:22

Judkins, Charles F. 24:2:84

Judkins, Lut 25:1:88

Judkins, William T. 28:2:131, 141

Judson 40:2:200; 42:2:222

Judson, Annie 42:2:222

Judson, Charles LaBonta 42:2:222

Judson, Edward 49:1:113 (see also Buntline, Ned)

Judson, Phoebe G. (Mrs.) 40:1:28, 33-34; 40:2:211; 42:2:201, 222; 62:2:80

Judy (squaw) 23:1:101

Jules 57:2:30-31

Julesberg Theatrical Troupe 19:1:23

Julesburg 17:1:4; 24:1:43; 47:1:55

Julesburg, Colorado 17:1:8; 23:1:6, 11, 14; 23:2:9, 24-25; 24:1:43; 30:2:133; 46:1:9-10; 65:1:18-20

Julesburg Crossing 65:2/3:17

Julian lode 40:2:229, 234

Julien, J. P. 51:2:12-13

Junction (see RANCHES; Tabernash)

Junction City Station 40:2:241

Junction Lake 60:2:4, 8

Jundquist, Lillie 15:4:390

June 25, 1876 48:1:109-131 (see also Custer, George Armstrong)

Juneau (Alaska) 66:4:11

Junge, Andy 66:3:29; 66:4:40

Junge, Ardath (Mrs. Mark) 66:3:29; 66:4:40

Junge, Daniel, video reviews 66:1&2:68-70; 66:3:29; 66:4:40

Junge, Mark 46:2:274; 64:2:60, 71; photos by 64:3/4:2; 65:1:2; 65:2/3:2, 14, 27; 65:4:2, 19, 33; 66:1&2:7-8, 18, 21, 69, 72; 66:3:4, 9, 11, 21, 22, 25; 66:4:13, 17, 27, 44, 57; (see also J. E. Stimson: Photographer of the West; review of America Then and Now; review of Dust Bowl Descent; review of Dreams in Dry Places; review of Historic Ranches of Wyoming; TA: Conversations with Historians (T.A. Larson) 66:3:8-29, photo; Go West Young Man: Conversations with Historians (Gene Gressley) 66:4:22-39, photo 40; Editor Notes)

Jupiter Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs photo 44:1:page following 16; photo 65:1:37

juries 15:4:400-402; 29:1:33-37 (see also FIRSTS: woman juries)

Jusserand, M. 17:2:147

Just Kids: The Bunch at 19th and Eddy Streets from 1869 to 1875 by J. P. Arnold 4:2:313-314

Justice of the Peace (see FIRSTS: woman Justice of Peace in world)

J. W. Neff and Son’s Grocery (see Neff, J. W.)