Annals Index - M

Maas, Maggie 26:1:38

Maas, Phil (Mr. and Mrs.) 26:1:38

Mabie, Virgil (Mrs.) 27:1:112

MacAdam, W. K. 36:1:63

MacArthur, Arthur (Captain) 44:2:144, 200

MacArthur, Douglas (General) 45:1:178; 62:3:133

Macbeth, Revenel 26:1:29

MacClean, E. S. 13:2:158

Macdonald, D. N. 54:2:21

MacDonald, William J. 1:4:20

Macdougall 48:1:118, 121

MacDougall, A. H. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230; 28:2:208, 212; 30:1:106, 108; 30:2:220-221, 223; 31:1:109; 31:2:230, 233

MacDougall, Colin 2:3:54

Macey, J. T. 20:2:125

MacFarland (Mrs.) 37:1:95

MacFarland 37:1:86

MacFarland, Dave 37:1:95

MacFarland, John 37:1:95

Macfeely, Robert (Brigadier General) 47:2:193-195

Macfie, Dill (Mrs.) 26:1:55

MacGregor, Gretel, photo by 65:4:47

Machpealota (see Red Cloud)

Mackay, James (Mrs.) 43:1:33-34

MacKaye, Benton 50:2:274

Mackel, Mary (Mrs.) 29:1:34

Mackenzie, Camille Coalter 31:1:34

Mackenzie, Katherine 52:1:35

Mackenzie, Kenneth 15:3:38

MacKenzie, Ranald S. (General) 1:2:65; 28:1:31-32, 34, 37; 39:1:41; 48:2:276; 55:1:43; 57:1:28

Mackey, Thomas L. (Major) 23:2:13; 34:2:154-155, 160-161; 38:1:15, 17, 43

Mackin, S. 51:2:56

Mackinaw boat 15:3:295-296

Macklin, Seddie 27:2:230

Maclean, John (Mrs.) 6:3:284

Maclean, John 30:2:172

MacLeod, Donald G. (Doctor) 27:2:230; 50:2:293

MacLeod, R .E. 21:2/3:223; 24:1:3-4

Macmillan Company 10:1:44

Macy (Colonel) 32:1:120

Mad Men by E.T. Payton, review 1:1&2:15; 1:2:8

Madden, Bill 22:2:43

Madden, Jack 37:1:106

Madden, James L. 7:2:403-404

Madden, Jim 40:2:252

Madden, Robert R. (see Mountain Home. The Walker Family Farmstead. Great Smoky Mountains National Park)

Maddux, C. V. 51:2:28

Maden, Burrill 30:2:187 (see also Nigger Steve)

Mader, John H. 13:1:134-138

Madero, Francisco 22:1:80

Madgic, Robert F. 49:2:243, 250

Madison (Doctor) 33:2:170

Madison 37:1:44

Madison, Andrew 16:1:31

Madison Basin (Yellowstone National Park) 66:4:51

Madison, Canyon 14:4:278

Madison, George 16:1:31

Madison, Indiana 65:1:7-8, 15, 20

Madison, James 66:3:24

Madison/Jefferson County Public Library 65:1:20

Madison, New Jersey 65:1:28

Madison River 17:2:91

Madison State Journal 22:1:27

Madonna of the Plains 22:1:71

Madonna of the Wilds 65:1:38 (see also Haynes, F. J)

Madsen, Betty M. (see Glory Hunter: A Biography of Patrick Edward Connor; North to Montana! Bullwhackers and Mule Skinners on the Montana Trail)

Madsen, Brigham D. (see Bannock of Idaho; North to Montana! Bullwhackers and Mule Skinners on the Montana Trail)

Madsen, Chris 16:2:119, 125-126

Maedge, Linnette Kolm 51:2:22

Maennerchor Society 59:1:43

Maerer, Lyle (Mrs.) (see Atlantic City)

Mag Jesses’ Emporium 30:1:32

Magee, George 47:1:47, 51-52, 54-55

Magee, Wayland (Mr. and Mrs.) 17:1:84

Maggie (squaw) 23:1:101-102

Maghee (Mrs.) 26:1:52-53

Maghee, Thomas 1:4:13-16

Maghee, Thomas G., Jr. photo 16:2:164

Maghee, Thomas G. S. 1:3:19; 2:2:38-39; 9:3:746

Maghee, Thomas H. (Doctor) 26:1:52-53, 60, 64; 47:2:238; 59:2:30, photo 31, 32-34

Magic City 1:2:7; 5:2&3:117; 13:1:75 (see also Cheyenne, Wyoming)

Magic City, Cheyenne, Dakota Territory, 1867 15:2:160-162; 15:3:250-253; 15:4:405-412 (see also Cheyenne, Wyoming)

Magic City of the Plains 65:4:6 (see also Cheyenne, Wyoming)

Magic Images: Contemporary Native American Art by Edwin L. Wade and Rennard Strickland, review 58:1:58-60

Magill, Ada 28:2:180; 43:2:279 (see also GRAVES; Little Ada Magill; relocation of pioneer burials)

Magill, Joseph A. 24:2:82

Maginnis, William L. 15:1:45; photo 53:2:27, 37, 40

Magne, Louis 41:1:6-13, 26-27

Magnificent Mountain Women by Janet Robertson, review 65:1:54-56

Magnolia Saloon 36:1:85

Magone (Captain) 21:2/3:138

Magor’s saloon 15:3:282

Magraw (Colonel) 42:1:16

Magraw, William M. F. (or W. F.) 16:2:145; 56:2:12-13, 16

Mahan 43:2:232

Mahan, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 34:2:191

Mahan, Richard 29:2:238-240; 30:2:231-232; 31:2:243 (see also review of Beaver Men; review of Nebraska Place Names; review of Honor Thy Father; review of Story Catcher)

Mahas 17:2:138; 18:2:112 (see also Omaha Indians)

Mahmout 16:1:30-31 (see also Bannock)

Mahnken, Olin 30:2:149

Mahoney, J. Frank (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Mahoney, John (Private) 16:2:121

Mahoney, Timothy J. 31:2:232, 242-243 (see also Pony Express; Lest We Forget)

Maier, Otto 24:21:82

mail 16:1:75, 78; 16:2:94, 139; 25:1:23; 26:1:49, 72-73; 29:2:203 (see also air mail; Brigham Coach; mail delivery; Mail Must Go; mail routes; Overland Stage mail contract)

mail carriers (see Early Experiences of a Mail Carrier)

mail delivery 17:1:71; 52:2:55 (see also Overland Mail in Wyoming; Star Route mail contract)

mail routes 11:1:5-8; 15:2:150-152; 16:1:75; 25:1:23; 28:1:84-85; 28:2:206 (see also mail)

mail stations 31:1:79

Mail Must Go by A. E. Roedel 17:1:64-75

Mail Route Between Rock Springs and Lander by Maude M. Emery 10:1:14-15

Maillho Gaupp, Catherine (see Architecture in the Cowboy State 1849-1940)

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

Main Street (Sheridan, Wyoming) 66:3:32

Main Street (Newcastle, Wyoming) 34:1:cover

Main Streeters 66:3:28

Main Traveled Roads by Hamlin Garland 65:4:4

Maine 66:1&2:43, 45, 48

Maine Maritime Museum 66:1&2:38, 44

Majors, Alexander 32:1:11, 13-16, 33, 35, 42, 46, 48; 56:2:12; 57:1:10, photo 11, 12

Majors and Russell 32:1:14, 17-18, 20-21, 24, 33

Majors, Thomas J. (Captain) 38:1:17, 43

Makas (see Eastman, Marcus)

Making a Tenderfoot Dance by Remington photo 39:1:35

Making of a Town; Wright, Wyoming by Robert W. Righter, review 57:2:48-49

Making of Modern America by Leon Canfield and Howard B. Wilder 49:2:227, 232, 245

Makosky, Fred O. 43:1:35

Malcolm Campbell, Sheriff by Robert B. David 65:4:31, 34

Malheur River, Oregon 16:2:124; 23:1:83-84

Maller 17:2:141; 17:2:138

Mallin, Charles F. 18:1:89

Malloy, John J. (Judge) 55:1:15

Malmedy hearings 55:1:11

Malmquist, O. N. (see First 100 Years. A History of the Salt Lake Tribune, 1871-1971)

Malody, James R. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Malone, Andrew 17:1:76

Malone, Harry L. 39:2:257

Malone, Michael P. (see Battle for Butte, Mining and Politics on the Northern Frontier, 1864-1906; Historians and the American West; Montana. A History of Two Centuries; Montana. A History of Two Centuries; Montana Past)

Malone, Rose Mary 24:21:124-126; 27:2:230 (see also review of Historic Western Churches; review of Chief Washakie; Wyomingana)

Malone, Tommy 58:1:4

Maloney, Alta 21:2/3:233

Malta Bend, Missouri 17:2:137

Mammoth (Yellowstone National Park) 66:3:14; 66:4:50-51, 53, 57

Mammoth Hot Springs 54:1:5, photo 6; 66:4:52 (see also Golden Gate near Mammoth Hot Springs photo)

Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel photo 54:1:5, 6

Mammoth Oil Company 53:1:17, 22, 25-26; 58:2:23

Mammoth Springs 56:1:21 (Yellow Stone National Park)

Mammouth Crystal Cave 14:1:51-55 (see also Mysteries of the Past)

Mammouth Hot Springs 65:1:37-38, 44, 46, 52

Mammouth, Wyoming 65:1:44

Man Afraid of His Horses 43:2:240, 243, 249, 279; photo 58:2:19 (see also Sioux; Old-Man-Afraid-of-His-Horses)

Man, Beast, Dust: The Story of Rodeo by Clifford P. Westermeier

Man Made Mobile: Early Saddles of Western North America edited by Richard Ahlborn, review 53:1:66-67

Man of the Plains: Recollections of Luther North, 1856-1882 edited by Donald F. Danker, foreword by George Bird Grinnel, review 33:2:235-237

Man With No Name (film) 66:4:76

Man Without a Star by Dee Linford, review 25:1:107-110

Management of Small History Museums by Carl E. Guthe, review 32:1:135

Manatos, Mike photo 48:2:166

Manby, Arthur Rochford (see To Possess the Land: A Biography of Arthur Rochford Manby)

Manchester College (Indiana) 66:4:24

Manchester, James G. 14:3:247

Manchester, John K. 34:2:140

Mandan 15:3:200, 203, 213, 215-216; 17:2:110-113, 115, 118, 121-123, 131, 142, 144, 147; 56:2:22 (see also O-Kee-Pa. A Religious Ceremony and Other Customs of the Mandans)

Mandel, George 33:1:88

Mandel, Margaret 33:1:84

Mandel, Phillip "Phil" 21:2/3:192; 33:1:84, 86-88

Mandelbaum, Seymour 49:2:250

Mandel’s Stage Station 21:2/3:188

Manderson, C. F. (Senator) 38:2:68, 70

Manderson, Wyoming 24:2:97; 52:2:45

Mane, Thomas 32:1:53

Maney, J. A. (Lieutenant Colonel) 18:1:56

Manfred, Frederick 29:2:237-238

Mangione, Jerre (see Dream and the Deal: The Federal Writers Project, 1935-1943)

Mangum, Neil C. (see Battle of the Rosebud: Prelude to the Little Bighorn)

Manitoba (Canada) 66:4:10

Mankin, Charles 28:2:208

Mankin, Charles A. 2:2:208, 211

Mankin, H. L. (Mrs.) 28:2:211

Mankin, Ora (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Mankus, Lou 48:2:230, 234, 236, 239

Manley, Frank A. (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Manley, Frank A. 25:2:194; 47:1:36

Manley, William 50:2:346

Manley, Woods Hocker 26:1:98 (see also Doctor’s Wyoming Children; Wyoming’s Children)

Manlius School (New York) 66:1&2:46

Manly, William Lewis 31:2:185; 32:1:66, 67-68

Mann (Mr. and Mrs.) 58:1:3

Mann Act 61:1:40, 45

Mann, E. W. 59:2:21

Mann, Ernest 39:2:259

Mann, H. R. (Horace) 22:1:5, 57; 35:2:131, 143

Mann, Henry R. 31:2:169

Mann, Homer C. 30:1:107-108; (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Mann, Luther, Jr. 27:2:217-219; 28:1:89-92; 28:2:196, 200, 203-204; 29:1:90, 94, 101-102; 29:2:198-200, 210, 213-225; 30:1:53-59, 62-63, 65-66, 72-78, 85, 88

Mann, Minnie F. (Mrs. H. R.) 35:2:143

Manners, LeRoy (Mrs.) 25:2:209

Mannhinney 15:1:32

Manning and Post 15:2:153

Manning, Charles 60:2:16, photo 17, 18-20

Manning, J. F. (see GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Manning, Leo 60:2:16

Manning, Loyal 30:2:197

Manning, William (Constable) 44:21:98, 100-101

Manning, William 16:1:8, 17, 24-27, 31

Manning, Wilson White 39:1:114

Manoun, Nova 26:1:61

Mansfield, Billy 20:2:172

Mansfield, Ed L. 16:2:94, 101, 108

Mansfield, Francis W. (Colonel) 18:1:56

Mansfield, G. R. 34:2:183, 190

Manson 35:2:184

Mantanne Villages 17:2:121-124, 132, 134-136, 140, 143

Mantey, L. T. 25:2:213; 26:1:99

Manual for Army Cooks (see MILITARY)

Manuse (see Big Nose George Parrot)

Manville, H. S. 38:1:68; 54:1:52

Manville Methodist Episcopal Chulrch 65:1:33

Manville, Wyoming 31:1:41-42

Many Tender Ties by Sylvia Van Kirk, review 56:2:46-47

Many Whips 47:1:64 (see also Arapaho)

Manypenny, George W. 26:2:147, 151, 156, 158-159, 164-166, 170, 182, 186-188; 31:2:222

maps 22:2:47, 49; 58:2:11

Maps of Early Wyoming Tell a Fascinating Story by Marie H. Erwin 11:4:281

Marble, A. H. 14:4:318; 34:2:172; 41:2:191; 54:2:44

Marble, Fred W. 24:2:113; 26:1:85; 27:2:230

Marble, S. H. 32:1:53

March and Cooper 33:1:89

March of 2d Dragoons by Hamilton Gardner 27:1:43-60

March storm (1878) 1:4:10

Marchant, Pauline 38:1:90, 103

Marcin, Mike (Corporal) 64:3/4:39

Marcum (Mrs.) 42:2:204

Marcus 1:1:5

Marcy (Captain) 16:1:37; 18:2:106

Marcy, Cora E. 14:3:248

Marcyes, C. O. 5:2&3:122

Marder and Luse 16:2:167

Maret, M. Glen 24:1:4

Margot Liberty Collection 65:4:31

Margry, Pierre 17:2:144-146

Marie, Queen of Romania 4:3:366

Marilyn S. Bilyeu Collection 66:3:6

Marincic, Phil 31:1:88

Marincic’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

Mariners’ Museum (Newport News, Virginia) 66:1&2:43

Marion, W. L. 26:1:55, 58, 92; 26:2:210-213; 27:1:90, 92, 94; 27:2:221, 223, 230; 28:1:94-95; 28:2:209, 212; 30:1:40-41, 106 (see also Little Things Can be Important, or What Price Pioneering)

Marion, William (see Fort Stambaugh)

Maris, Anna J. 23:1:54-56

Marked Men by Allan Vaughn Elston, review 28:2:230

Markel, John A. 32:2:176

Marker Points: The Way to Grave of Sacajawea 13:4:351-354 (see also Bird Woman)

markers (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Market Lake, Idaho 16:1:8; 23:1:89

Markham, Harley B. 64:3/4:7

Markham Spring 51:1:107

Markle, John A. 31:1:23; 31:2:157-158

Markley, A. C. (Major) 18:1:55

Markley, Charles (see Shoshone Indian Episcopalian Mission)

Markley, Josiah P. (Doctor) 64:2:57

Marks, Maier 61:1:11-12, 14-15

Marks, Mary 18:2:163; 54:1:31

marksmanship (see shooting)

Marlatt, Abby L. (Miss) 58:2:34

Marlatt Brother’s Baseball Club 39:2:259

Marlatt, Bryan 39:2:259

Marlatt, Ernest 39:2:259

Marlatt, Glen 39:2:259

Marlatt, Lloyd 39:2:259

Marlatt, Ray 39:2:259

Marley 23:1:64, 69

Marley, Nellie Roberts (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Marley, Patsy 43:2:193

Marlin 38:1:72

Marlow and Geob 26:1:15

Marmaduke, John S. 16:2:158-161

Marney, S. A. 33:2:144; 49:1:55-57

Marple and Wright Stevenson Company 19:2:82, 85

Marple, W. F. 19:2:82, 85, 95, 100

Marquart (Mrs.) 20:1:92

Marquette, George 19:2:71

Marquette, Wyoming 26:1:22

Marquis, Thomas B. (see Cheyenne and Sioux. The Reminiscences of Four Indians and a White Soldier; Cheyennes of Montana; Keep the Last Bullet for Yourself. The True Story of Custer’s Last Stand)

Marquiss Little Buffalo Ranch (see RANCHES)

Marquiss, R. B. (Mrs.) 27:2:230; 28:2:211

Marquiss, R. B. 27:2:230; 28:2:211

Marr (Captain) 36:1:53-54

Marrion, Frank 19:1:52

Marriott, Alice (see Plains Indian Mythology)

Marris, Ellis R. 31:2:134

Marrows, Jack 23:2:24

Marrs, Graig (see review of Early Days in Jackson Hole)

Marsh and Cooper 36:2:192

Marsh, Charles 21:2/3:211

Marsh, Emily E. 20:1:93

Marsh, O. C. (Professor) 53:2:53-54, 56

Marsh, Pearl (Mrs.) 39:1:122

Marsh, Robert (Mrs.) 34:1:89

Marsh, Robert 15:4:388; 20:1:70

Marshall (Captain) 27:2:147

Marshall (Lieutenant) 12:2:145

Marshall, Alfred 50:2:226, 228

Marshall, Arian R. 16:2:109

Marshall, Bert K. 42:1:97

Marshall, Bill (see Bennett, Fred)

Marshall, Charles A. (Reverend) 39:2:258

Marshall, Frank 39:2:205; 44:1:33

Marshall, J. J. 57:2:13

Marshall, James W. 21:2/3:178; 44:1:27

Marshall, Jesse E. (Lieutenant Colonel) 24:1:21

Marshall, Joye 64:3/4:25-28, 38, 42-43, 46 (see also Kading, Joye)

Marshall, Lawrence C. 25:1:99-100

Marshall, Lawrence W. (see Quest of the Snow Cross)

Marshall, Louis Henry (Captain) 38:1:15, 43, 47

Marshall, Mel (see Cooking Over Coals)

Marshall, Robert 50:2:215, 251, 268, 281

Marshall, Ruth 39:2:259

Marshall, Sandy 23:2:53

Marshall Stage Station 27:1:9

Marsolf, C. F. (Mr. and Mrs.) 31:1:77; 31:2:226

Marston, B. W. 38:1:108

Marston, Bill 16:2:127

Martel, A. H. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Martens, Hartwig 64:2:44

Martha’s Vineyard (Massachusetts) 66:1&2:48

Martin 53:2:23

Martin, A. J. 49:2:278

Martin and Cushman 46:1:36-37

Martin, Charles 13:2:147-148; 21:2/3:117; 32:2:258; 39:1:21

Martin Company Handcart Brigade 29:2:180-183

Martin County, Indiana 23:1:67

Martin, E. B. 15:3:284

Martin, Earl 31:2:246

Martin, Edward 44:2:217-272

Martin, Emma 38:1:108; 39:1:137

Martin, Fred W. (Reverend) 24:2:108-109

Martin, Henry 27:2:209, 213-215; 28:1:80, 83, 89, 94; 83:2:198, 200

Martin, Jennie 14:1:73-74

Martin, John A. 19:1:39

Martin, Katherine 64:2:54

Martin, Kelly (see RANCHES: Kelly, Oscar and Martin)

Martin, Lem 22:1:86

Martin Luther King Day 66:3:11

Martin, Mable B. (Mrs.) 30:2:225

Martin, Marguerite (Miss) 27:2:230; 30:2:225; 38:1:85, 102; 39:1:131

Martin, Mildred Albert (see Martins of Gunbarrel)

Martin, Minnie 22:1:86

Martin Murphy, Jr., California Pioneer, 1844-1884 by Sister Gabrielle Sullivan, review 47:1-115-116

Martin, Oscar (see RANCHES: Kelly, Oscar and Martin)

Martin, R. D. 27:2:230; 31:2:235

Martin, Sammy 22:2:28

Martin, W. W. 46:1:26, 36

Martin, William 30:1:105; 39:1:131, 135

Martin, William A. 65:4:30

Martinez, Gene "Frenchy" 32:2:153

Martinez, Jennie Hereford 52:1:50

Martinez, Marvin photo 54:2:29

Martinez, Virginia (Mrs.) 22:2:6, 10

Martins of Gunbarrel by Mildred Albert Martin, review 31:2:234-247

Martin’s Cove (see also HISTORICAL MARKERS) 29:2:183

Martin’s Cover 44:2:271, 273

Martin’s Hall 35:1:89

Marty, Myron A. (see also Nearby History: Exploring the Past Around You)

Marvick, Amelia 43:1:64

Marvine, Archibald 34:2:181-182

Mary Agness (Sister) 21:2/3:206

Mary Ellen Perkin’s lode 40:2:229, 233

Mary G. Bellamy, Wyoming’s First Woman Legislator by Eva Floy Wheeler 12:4:317-322

Mary Homsley Grave by W. W. Morrison 42:1:93-95

Mary Lake 56:1:20-21

Marysvale, Wyoming 16:1:5, 8-9, 11, 13, 24-26; 44:1:94, 100

Marysville, Kansas 23:2:27

Mary’s Fork 23:1:63

Mary’s River 15:3:228; 23:1:68; 26:1:76-77; 26:2:157, 167, 171, 189; 46:1:64 (see also Humbolt River)

Marzel, John G. 7:2:403

Marzio, Peter C. (see Democratic Art, An Exhibition on the History of the Chromolithography)

Masi (Postmaster) 37:1:35-36

Masi, William M. 15:3:284; 25:1:16, 19

Masiker, George (Mrs.) 43:2:276

Masked Rider 66:1&2:8-9 (see also Adams, Charles M.)

Mason (Doctor) 19:2:101

Mason (Lieutenant) 28:2:149

Mason, C. W. 24:2:81, 94

Mason, Eliphalet (Lieutenant) 32:1:107-108

Mason, Ellsworth 25:2:222-224; 26:2:224-226; 27:2:230; 29:2:233-234

Mason, Glenn (see Piece of the Old Tent: A Catalog of Items in the Lane County Pioneer Musuem That Were Brought Across the Plains in 1840s and 1850s)

Mason, Hank 2:4:68

Mason, Henry 22:1:88

Mason, J. 18:1:9; 28:2:146

Mason, J. W. (Major) 15:2:118

Mason, James 40:2:220; 42:1:31

Mason, Jerome 22:2:86-87; 26:2:212

Mason, John S. (Colonel) 14:2:153; 18:1:55; 59:2:18

Mason, Joseph F. 26:2:187-188

Mason, Julius Wilmot (Major) 15:2:118; 22:1:56; 38:1:26, 28, 42, 46

Mason, Tom 26:2:217

Masonic Fraternity 16:1:64; 17:1:78

Masonic Hall 15:2:154

Masonic Lodge 24:2:89, 103; 29:1:80 (see also Masonic Lodge; Good Templar Lodge; Good Templar Society; Order of Good Templars)

Masonic Meeting at Independence Rock 15:3:191

Masons 66:3:47

Massachusetts 17:1:77; 31:2:246

Massachusetts Company of ‘49’ers 32:1:65

Massacre Hill 28:1:28; 66:1&2:12

Massacre: the Tragedy at White River by Marshall Sprague, review 29:2:234-235

Massey, Rheba C. 59:1:61 (see also Preservation of Wyoming’s Vernacular Architecture; review of New Views of Mormon History: A Collection of Essays in Honor of Leonard J. Arrington; Wyoming’s Truss Bridges)

Massie, Jedediah 66:1&2:73

Massie, Kara 66:1&2:73

Massie, Michael (see Cultural Roots of Indian Water Rights; Focus: What Are We Going to do About This Love Affair?; Great Sioux War 1876-77; Reform is Where You Find It: The Roots of Woman Suffrage in Wyoming; review of American Indian Leaders: Studies in Diversity; review of Battle of the Rosebud: Prelude to the Little Bighorn; review of Custer Tragedy: Events Leading up to and Following the Little Big Horn Campaign of 1876; review of Custer’s Fall: The Indian Side of the Story; review of Great Sioux War, 1876-77; review of Written in Water: The Life of Benjamin Harrison Eaton; Same Decision, Different Results?: Indian Water rights and the Wind River Case) 58:2:61 66:1&2:6-7, 73

Massion, H. 3:1:109

Master Naturalist Cope by William Harper Davis 9:1:678-679

Masters 32:2:202

Masters, Joseph G. 8:3:602; 39:2:210-211

Masters, W. H. photo 22:1:cover

Masterson, B. L. 27:2:240

Masterson, James 39:1:9

Masuira (Masura) (see Missouri River)

Masure 26:2:183

Matador Cattle Company (Colorado) 59:1:19, 21, 23

Mateo, Antonio 14:2:140; 18:1:69

Mateo Tepee photo 28:1:2-3, 5 (see also Devils Tower; Devils Tower National Monument)

Mathany, Mark 30:2:214

Matheny (Professor) 46:1:117

Mather, A. C. 19:1:22

Mather and Cochrane 33:2:133

Mather, Eugene 55:1:46

Mather, Kirtley 30:1:6

Mather, Lee (Deputy Sheriff) 49:1:11

Mather Peak 30:1:6

Mather, Stephen 50:2:250, 297; 58:2:26

Mathers (Mrs.) 37:1:86

Mathes, John 13:3:20; 2:3:60

Mathews, Edwards (Mrs.) 10:4:186

Mathews, F. M. 19:1:43

Mathison, Bertha 39:1:103

Matson (Judge) 22:1:72

Matson (Lieutenant) 36:1:65

Matson, Roderick 54:1:14-15

Matt, Henry 1:3:19

Matter (Pastor) 38:2:221

Mattes, Clare 65:2/3:14

Mattes, M. T. 10:3:144

Mattes, Merrill J. 17:1:3-21, 27, 84; 18:1:90; 21:1:101; 21:2/3:front cover; 27:2:230, 239-240; 30:1:7, 106, 109; 65:2/3:2, 6-7, 10, 13-14, 16 (see also Council Bluffs Road; Crusade to Save Fort and Elizabeth Burt on the Frontier; Joseph Rhodes and the California Gold Rush; Platte River Road Narratives; Potholes in the Great Platte River Road; review of Gold Rush Sojourners in Great Salt Lake City, 1849 and 1850; review of Nature’s Yellowstone. The Story of an American Wilderness That Became Yellowstone National Park; review of Yellowstone National Park: It’s Exploration and Establishment; review of Yellowstone Story; Sutler’s Store at Fort Laramie)

Matthew Dobson Brown by Malcolm S. Campbell 14:3:213-220

Matthew, Vickie 60:2:34

Matthews 34:2:239

Matthews, A. J. 19:1:30

Matthews, Edward A. 13:4:341-343

Matthews, George 33:1:15

Matthews, H. M. (Colonel; Doctor) 43:1:79-81; 43:2:239

Matthews, J. S. 15:2:158

Matthews, Rachel 13:4:331-343

Matthews, Washington (Doctor) 16:1:71; 17:2:122

Matthews, William (or Benjamin) 21:2/3:136

Mattice, Andrew 20:2:170

Mattie, N. 21:1:43, 45-46

Mattison, Ray Harold 28:1:115 (see also Devils Tower National Monument; review of Diamonds in the Salt; review of History of North Dakota; review of Last Days of the Sioux National)

Maudlin, Zene B. 16:2:109

Maugh-wau-wa-ma 12:3:313 (see also Wyoming’s Indian name)

Maupin, Will M. 50:1:13-14

Maurer, Charlie 19:1:45

Maverick Bank 24:1:81

Maverick Bill 20:1:69-70

Maverick Fund 20:1:79

Maverick law 18:2:154-155; 20:1:79-80; 54:2:70; 59:1:40; 64:3/4:52

Maverick Tales. True Stories of Early Texas by J.D. Rittenhosue, review 44:2:298

mavericks 15:1:31

Mavity, N. B. (Mrs.) 23:1:54-55

Mawoma 63:3:92 (see also Snake Indians)

Maw’s Vacation: The Story of a Human Being in the Yellowstone by Emerson Hough 65:1:47

Maxey, William 25:2:118

Maximillian of Wied (Prince) 56:2:26-27; 59:2:2

Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama (see MILITARY: Air University Library; MILITARY: Maxwell Air Field)

Maxwell Army Air Field (Alabama) (see MILITARY)

Maxwell, Clinton 16:2:110

Maxwell, Fred (Mr. And Mrs.) 33:1:79, 81

Maxwell, James P. 16:2:110

Maxwell, John 25:2:199

Maxwell, Kate 64:3/4:56

Maxwell, Lucien Bonaparte 60:2:3

Maxwell, Margaret F. (see Passion for Freedom: The Life of Sharlot Hall)

Maxwell, Mark 16:2:110

Maxwell, Nebraska 24:1:45

Maxwell, Thomas 37:1:88

Maxwell, Tom 15:1:51-55

Maxwell, W. P. 43:2:209

Maxwell, William 33:1:80

May 29:1:56

May, Boone 14:1:81-82

May, D. Boone 38:1:90, 95

May, Earnest 19:2:74

May, Hattie 33:2:222

May, James 26:1:15

May, Jim 38:1:90

May, John 33:2:191

May, Maud 26:2:112

May Nelson Dow, A First Lady of Newcastle by Elizabeth J. Thorpe and Mabel E. Brown 34:1:5-30

May, Richard C. 62:2:80, 82-83

May, Richard M. 40:2:219; 43:2:223, 225-227, 231, 234; 62:2:80, 82-83

May, Robin (see review of Gunfighter: Man or Myth; review of They Called Him Wild Bill: The Life and Adventures of James Butler Hickock)

May, Waldron 39:1:114

May, William 19:2:74

Mayan 65:1:4

Mayberry, Matt, review of Mill & Mine 66:1&2:63

Mayes 24:2:45

Mayes, J. E. 66:4:13

Mayfield, Mike (see review of Annotated Bibliography of Northern Plains Ethnohistory)

Mayflower Cafe (Cheyenne, Wyoming) 66:4:6

Mayhoworth 32:1:90, 92, 97, 100; 32:2:205, 216; 33:1:59, 64, 67, 70; 33:2:179, 183; 39:2:262

Maynadier, Henry Eveleth (Colonel) 17:1:9; 42:2:270; 36:2:225; 38:1:6, 17, 43, 45, 47; 39:2:188-189, 202, 205, 207-209, 212, 216; 44:1:86; 47:1:55-56; 55:1:39

Maynadier, Tinball 16:1:37

Maynard, J. S. 17:1:56, 63

Maynard, Wendell H. (see Bannack and Other Poems)

Mayoworth, Wyoming 15:1:67; 29:2:171; 30:2:183

Mayworth to Winigar map 32:1:71 (see also road from Mayworth to Winingar Ranch map)

Mazzulla, Fred M. 27:2:230

McAdams, Iva 22:2:7

McAdams, John (Mr. and Mrs.) 22:2:7

McAdams, Lonnie 22:2:7, 10

McAdams, Lucy 22:2:7

McAdams, William 22:2:10

McAdams, Wilma Jean 22:2:9-10

McAdoo, William G. 49:2:202

McAdow, P. W. 49:2:269-270

McAlister, May 54:2:18

McAllister, John (Reverend) 22:2:55; 32:2:225; 40:2:220; 43:2:233

McAllister, Margaret (see Bear River City)

McAllister, William 35:2:184

McAndrews, John 16:2:119

McArthur, Daniel 29:2:179

McArty, Tom 33:2:199

McAtee, W. L. 50:2:259

McAuley, Robert 26:1:64

McAuley’s Store (see Hyde’s Hall)

McAulifee, Eugene 25:2:196, 201-20; 43:1:97, 99

McAuslan (Mrs.) 33:2:214

McAuslan, Edward 31:2:235

McAuslan, Edward R. 37:1:123; 38:1:106 (see also Sulpher Springs Station on the Overland Trail)

McB., Ed. 21:1:39-41 (see also RANCHES: UL)

McBride, John R. (Judge) 22:2:53

McBride, Robert "Bob" W. 27:2:23; 66:4:36

McBride, Samuel 33:2:139

McBride, Wilson 35:2:152

McCabe (Chaplain) 34:1:92

McCabe, Adeline (see review of Donner Party; review of Outlaw Trail. A Journey Through Time)

McCabe, Barney 27:1:33-34

McCabe, William 26:1:73; 31:1:87

McCahan, J. T. (Mrs.) 5:4:163

McCain, Milton 33:1:79

McCall, A. J. 31:2:169-170, 187; 32:1:61

McCall, Jack 27:1:40

McCammon, Charles S. 56:2:56 (see also Other Thornburgh)

McCammon, Ida 22:2:41 (see also News)

McCammon, William W. (Lieutenant) 9:3:756-757

McCandish, T. V. 33:2:155; 35:2:137

McCandless gang 21:1:66

McCandlish, John M. 12:3:178; 37:1:4, photo 5

McCann’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

McCarger, Al 16:2:102, 108, 112, 139-140; 38:2:210-211

McCarger, Carrie 16:2:140

McCarger, Margaret 16:2:139

McCarthy, James 36:1:80

McCarthy (Mrs.) 37:1:86

McCarthy, Charles S. 59:2:38, 42, 44

McCarthy, Clara 65:1:26

McCarthy, E. C. 32:1:9

McCarthy, Ed 37:1:86

McCarthy Era Politics: The Ordeal of Senator Lester Hunt by Rick Ewig 55:1:9-21

McCarthy, Francis (Lieutenant) 36:1:62; 39:1:106

McCarthy, Frank C. 5:4:162

McCarthy, G. Michael (see Hour of Trial: The Conservation Conflict in Colorado and the West, 1891-1907)

McCarthy, James 28:1:15

McCarthy, Joseph R. (Senator) 55:1:9, photo 10, 11-13, photo 14, 15-21

McCarthy, Patrick (see Mountain Man Documentary as the Contra Western)

McCartney, H. E. 64:1:19-20

McCarty, Eddie 26:1:31; 26:2:134

McCarty, Frank 57:2:27, 30

McCarty, Frank R. 25:2:194-195

McCarty, Johnnie "Shorty" 54:2:54

McCarty, Rice, photo 65:4:5

McCauley, C. A. H. (Lieutentant) 16:2:123-124, 137, 139 (see also review of Clearing of the Mist)

McClane 16:2:89

McClaren, Dice 64:1:12

McClasky, James 37:1:96; 43:2:256-257

McCleary, John 43:2:188

McClellan, George B. "Bear" (Senator) 35:2:182; 42:1:45; 52:2:47, 49, 52, 54-55 (see also Stories)

McClellan, James S. (First Sergeant) 57:1:21, 31, photo 32, 33-34 (see also Journals of James S. McClellan, 1st Sgt., Company H, 3rd Cavalry)

McClellan, Joseph L. 27:1:20-21

McClellan, Robert 43:2:293

McClelland (General) 39:1:75

McClelland, Jim 33:1:49

McClinnon (fur trader) 15:2:135-136

McClintock, John 26:1:198

McCloskey, J. J. 17:1:81

McCloskey, James (see McClusky, James)

McCloud, Bill (see What Should We Tell Our Children About Vietnam?)

McCloud, Jim 24:2:91; 29:2:175; 52:2:49

McCloys (Captain) 21:2/3:136

McClure, Bruce 45:1:74

McClure, J. E. (Mrs.) 27:2:239

McClure, Phil 58:1:6

McCluskey, Joe 17:2:159

McClusky, James 20:2:170

McCollister, Paul 44:2:259

McComas, E. S. 22:2:56

McComb, David G. review of The Metropolitan Frontier: Cities in the Modern American West; review of Metropolitan Frontier: Cities in the Modern American West )

McComber 25:2:119-120

McComber, H. B. 36:1:85

McConnell, G. R. (Mrs.) 33:1:101

McConnell, G. R. 33:1:73; 64:2:56

McConnell, H. N. 26:2:198

McConnell, J. H. 53:1:60

McConnell, W. E. 23:2:62

McConner, A. 44:2:146

McConnor, Levi F. 16:2:160

McCook, A. McD. (Colonel) 59:2:18, 20

McCook, Nebraska 48:2:169-170

McCool, J.S. 56:1:40

McCoole, J. S. 21:2/3:212

McCorkle 29:1:82 (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

McCormack, John W. 45:2:195-196

McCormick, E. L. 27:2:230

McCormick family 8:3:603

McCormick, George C. 45:2:219

McCormick, J. S. 18:2:113

McCormick, John S. 27:2:230

McCormick Junior High School mural 45:1:55

McCormick, Mariann (see Handmade Trunks)

McCormick, Medill 55:2:29

McCormick, Robert R. 55:1:12; photo 55:2:29

McCormick, William (Private) 49:2:257

McCoy, Billy 22:2:43

McCoy, Finn 51:1:113

McCoy, Ida 23:1:102

McCoy, Joseph G. (see Historic Sketches of the Cattle Trade of the West and Southwest)

McCoy, Samuel 31:1:28-29

McCoy, Samuel F. 32:2:196

McCoy, Sarah Thomson 38:1:96

McCoy, Sheila photo 38:1:114, 117

McCoy, Tim (Colonel) 22:2:8; 27:2:230

McCracken, Harold (Doctor) 37:1:121; 38:1:106-107, photo 114; 60:2:45-47

McCrady, George 58:1:2-6

McCrady, John 58:1:6

McCrady, Kathryn 58:1:6

McCraken, Harry 27:2:230

McCraken, Tracy S. 24:1:9; 42:2:174-175; 45:2:187-188, 195, 197, 199; 48:2:173, 179, 186, 197; 49:2:199-202, 205, 209, 211, 216; photo 56:1:24, 25-26; photo 66:3:60; 66:4:7

McCray (see M’Cray, Alvin)

McCray, A. J. 27:1:27; 35:2:127

McCray, George H. 24:2:86

McCray, William J. 62:3:138

McCreely, R. L. (Doctor) 39:2:259

McCreery, Alice Richards (Mrs.) 3:1:116; 7:4:467-482; 8:1:492-505; 9:1:683-684; 12:1:77; 13:1:82; 18:1:89;

20:2:115, 127; 24:1:101; 25:2:208; 26:2:214, 220; 27:1:114, 117; 65:1:52 (see also Richards, Alice; Wyoming’s Fourth Governor-William A. Richards)

McCreery, John 27:2:230

McCuaig, Norman 20:2:172

McCulloch (Captain) 32:2:172

McCulloch Corral 51:1:108

McCulloch, Margaret Sinclair photo 51:1:98, 104-105, 117, 125-128

McCulloch, Mary Ellen 51:1:104-105, 125

McCulloch Peaks 51:1:107

McCulloch, Peter photo 51:1:98, 99-127, photo 128, 129 (see also Short Grass and Heather: Peter McCulloch in the Big Horn Basin)

McCulloch, Robert (Colonel) 16:2:59

McCullock, Clyce (Mrs.) 37:2:221

McCullouch (Captain) 31:2:150

McCullough, A. S. 17:1:84; 17:2:159; 19:1:60; 27:2:225

McCullough, Anna (see Finfrock, Anna)

McCullough, Dell 23:1:104

McCullough, Jane (Mrs.) 17:2:159

McCullough, Jennie (Miss) 38:2:212; 39:1:101

McCullough, Joe J. 27:2:230

McCullough, Johnny 45:2:155

McCullough Peaks 26:1:6

McCullough, Peter 19:2:66-67; 49:2:264

McCumber, H. B. 31:1:87

McCurry, U. T. 45:2:216

McCutcheon 22:1:74

McCutcheon, Samuel P. 49:2:237, 248

McDaniel 51:1:126

McDaniel, James 39:1:27

McDaniels Block 25:1:15-16

McDaniels, James 13:4:365; 25:1:5-8, 10-11, 13-18

McDaniels Museum photo 13:4:365; 25:1:6, 8, 10

McDaniels Theatre 25:1:8, 10-16; 37:1:79

McDermott (Mrs.) 28:1:67

McDermott Associates 65:4:34

McDermott, C. L. 28:1:62-65

McDermott, Claude 36:1:44

McDermott, Florence E. (Lieutenant) 64:3/4:14

McDermott, Genevieve 27:2:230

McDermott, J. A. 27:1:28-29

McDermott, Jack 32:2:250

McDermott, John A. 66:3:36, 38

McDermott, John D. 33:2:121; 34:2:261; 65:4:2-3, 20, photo 34; 66:3:70; (see also Cheyenne-Deadwood Stage Line at Fort Laramie; Dangerous Duty: A History of Frontier Forts in Fremont County, Wyoming; Documents Relating to the Fetterman Fight; Fort Laramie’s Iron Bridge; Fur Trade and Military History: Wyoming Historiography and the 19th Century Price of Arrogance: The Short and Controversial Life of William Judd Fetterman; Fort Search for Jacques LaRamee. A Study in Frustration; Laramie’s Silent Soldier Leodegar Schnyder; review of A Dose of Frontier Soldiering; review of Bostonians and Bullion: The Journal of Robert Livermore, 1892-1915; review of Dances with Wolves; review of Directory: Historical Societies and Agencies in the United States and Canada, 1963; review of Fort Laramie in 1876: Chronicle of a Frontier Post at War; review of Rocky Mountain West in 1867; review of Sword of the Republic: The United States Army on the Frontier, 1743-1846; review of View from Officers’ Row: Army Perceptions of Western Indians)

McDermott, Roxy (Mrs.) 25:1:28

McDermott’s Island 53:1:10

McDevitt, John (Reverend) 64:2:59

McDole, R. S. 6:1&2:242

McDonald (Lieutenant) 23:2:20

McDonald (Missouri Fur Company employee) 15:3:211

McDonald, A. C. 19:1:43

McDonald, Angus J. 1:3:20; 19:2:69; 49:2:272-273 (see also RANCHES: Angus McDonald)

McDonald, Cora 65:1:32

McDonald, Donald A. 40:1:16, 18

McDonald, George D. (Mrs.) 28:2:176

McDonald, Hugh 53:2:70

McDonald, John T. 3:2:148; 54:2:38, 40-41

McDonald, Mary E. 22:2:56 (see also Burnett, Mary E.)

McDonald, P. 13:1:75

McDonald, Paul 50:1:15

McDonell 40:1:16, 18

McDonough 65:4:41-43

McDonough, George L. 55:1:44

McDougal, David Stockton (USN Commadore) 35:2:229

McDougal, Duncan 17:2:94

McDougall 19:1:48

McDougall, A. H. 38:1:105

McDougall, Bill 42:2:160-161, 163-165

McDougall Company 33:2:130

McDougall, Duncan 33:2:132-133

McDougall, James 60:2:25

McDowell, Bart (see American Cowboy in Life and Legend)

McDowell, J. 17:1:82

McDuffie, George 60:2:20

McElroy, John H. 54:2:22-23, 25-27

McEnis, William 65:1:11

McEwen, John 38:2:190

McFadden 33:1:91, 94

McFadden and Bishop 21:2/3:208

McFadden, Archie 26:1:51, 63

McFadden, George 37:1:103-104

McFadden, Hugh 66:4:36

McFadden, Jack 58:1:2-3

McFall, Dave 26:1:7, 21; 49:2:274

McFarland, Mel 53:1:72 (see also Wyoming’s First Coal Railroad)

McFarland, W. F. 24:2:18

McFarlane, David 6:1&2:222-224 (see also Account of Daniel McUlvan’s and David McFarlane’s Encounter with

The Sioux in 1876)

McFarlane, Mary Whiting 64:1:20 (see also Account of Daniel McUlvan’s and David McFarlane’s Encounter with

The Sioux in 1876)

McFarling, Lloyd 27:1:53-42, biog., 127; 27:2:230; 27:2:241 (see also A Trip to the Black Hills in 1876; review of Exploring the Northern Plains)

McFie, Jean Harsh 40:1:117

McFie, William 22:2:89

McGarvey, Charles 37:1:54

McGary, B. G. (Colonel) 18:1:58

McGather, John 36:1:82

McGaw, James (Honorable) 26:2:154

McGee (Captain) 21:2/3:139

McGee (Doctor) 47:2:176

McGee, Bert (Mrs.) 21:2/3:234-235, (Mr. and Mrs.) 242

McGee, Eugene 49:2:258

McGee, Fred F. 45:2:211

McGee, Gale (Senator) 48:2:188-189, 197, 200, 241; 52:1:40; 56:1:25-27; 58:2:28; 63:1:22; 64:1:24; 66:3:2 (see also review of Compassionate Samaritan: The Life of Lyndon B. Johnson)

McGee, George (see Magee, George)

McGee, Price (Mrs.) 30:1:108, 111

McGee, T. H. (see Early Days in the West; Maghee, Thomas)

McGeth, Jack 58:1:4

McGill (Senator) 25:1:29

McGill, Edgar 60:2:18

McGill, John 12:3:172; 20:1:65; photo 37:1:4, 5

McGillycuddy 46:2:273

McGillycuddy, Valentine (Doctor) 63:2:61

McGinnis, Bill (see Lay, Elza)

McGinnis, John 54:2:52

McGinnis Midway Ranch (see RANCHES)

McGinnis, Tony 44:1:127 (see also Economic Warfare on the Northern Plains)

McGinnis, William L. 37:2:182

McGinty, Tom 53:1:8

McGlashan 26:1:22

McGlashan, John 40:2:215, 220; 42:1:18, 33, 42

McGlashan, John R. 62:2:80, 83

McGlees, Marion (Mrs.) 57:2:5

McGonigle, Maxine (see review of Grand Encampment)

McGovern and Company 44:1:47

McGovern, Frank 20:2:170; 44:1:41, 43, 48

McGovern, Holbrook, Owen and Company 44:1:42

McGovern, Patrick A. (Bishop) 1:3:20; 2:2:39; 3:2:148, 150; 13:4:389; 21:2/3:206-207; 25:2:201; 59:1:44, photo 45 (see also St. Mary’s Cathedral, Cheyenne, Wyoming)

McGowan, Ann (see review of Wild Wind, Wild Water)

McGrand, Ed 20:2:174

McGrath, Black Jack 46:1:117

McGrath, Dan L. (see War Chief Joseph)

McGrath, Mary A. 19:1:45; 20:1:92; 20:2:179; 27:1:116; 50:1:174

McGrath, Red Jack 46:1:117

McGrath, Thomas 26:1:64

McGraw 36:2:241

McGraw, Tom 53:1:9

McGraw, William F. 34:1:50

McGraw, William M. 34:1:50

McGreevy, James 60:2:33

McGregor, Alexander 22:2:92

McGregor, Margaret Anderson 22:2:92

McGregor, Martha Wilson photo 22:2:90, 91-100

McGregor, Mina 37:1:31

McGrew, F. E. (Mrs.) 22:2:28

McGrew, Paul (Doctor) 32:2:243

McGuffey brothers 26:1:21

McGuire (Private) 49:2:258

McGuire, Thomas 16:2:121

McHale, S. A. 39:2:258

McHay, M. M. 13:1:76

McIllvain, Dan 42:1:62

McIlvain, Bob 25:1:42, 48

McInerney, William 39:1:132; 34:2:249

McIntosh, Benjamin H. 45:1:83-85

McIntosh, Chuck 30:1:92

McIntosh, Donald 48:1:120

McIntosh, Ira 39:1:126

McIntosh, J. L. 19:2:137; 20:1:93

McIntosh, Marguerite G. 27:2:230

McIntosh, Mildred 24:2:114

McIntosh, Pauline 26:2:198

McIntosh, William 19:2:137

McIntyre, Clara F. 28:2:228-229

McIntyre, John J. 33:2:133; 45:2:192; 48:2:184, 222; 63:1:15

McIntyre, Marvin H. 49:2:203, 215, 219

McIntyre, Raymond W. 28:1:16

McIntyre, Robert (Bishop) 34:1:91

McIntyre, W. J. (Mr. and Mrs.) 17:1:82

McIver, George Wilcox (First Lieutenant) 38:1:41, 43, 47

McKay 22:2:57; 25:1:43, 47-49, 58

McKay, Donald 66:1&2:42

McKay, Douglas 55:2:10

McKay, George 44:1:41

McKay, H. A. 24:1:4

McKean 32:1:108

McKean site 31:1:104-105

McKee, E. E. 30:2:172-173

McKee, Jim 33:2:213; 40:1:109

McKee, Russell (see Last West: A History of the Great Plains of North America)

McKee, Samuel 16:2:21

McKeehan, James B. (Reverend) 24:2:93-94

McKeever, Edward (Private) 36:1:69

McKellar 26:1:22

McKenna, Joseph 59:1:22-24

McKenney, Thomas L. 58:2:12-14

McKenzie (General) 16:2:95

McKenzie, C. A. (Captain) 52:2:21-22

McKenzie, C. F. 24:2:82

McKenzie, Camille 26:1:61

McKenzie, Donald 15:2:173; 44:1:41

McKenzie, Kenneth 56:2:26

McKenzie, W. S. 36:2:231-232; 43:2:238

McKibbin, Robert Pebbles (Captain) 38:1:19, 43, 46

McKim, Charles 66:1&2:32

McKim, Meade and White 66:1&2:28, 32

McKinley Tariff 66:3:40-41

McKinley, William (Mrs.) photo 66:3:41

McKinley, William (President) 18:1:29; 20:2:153; 32:1:108; 32:2:272; 40:1:70; campaign buttons and ribbons 66:3:5, 40, photo 41, 46

McKinleyism 66:3:40

McKinney, J. A. (Lieutenant) 48:2:275

McKinney, John (Lieutenant) 21:2/3:137; 57:1:29

McKinnie, Bob 20:2:172

McKinnie, J. R. 22:1:85

McKinstry, Bruce 29:2:193; photo 30:2:196; 31:1:12; 31:2:214-215; 32:1:103, 109, 114, 121; 32:2:219, 222, 238

McKinstry, Byron N. 29:2:193; (diary) 20:2:200-203; 31:1:12; 32:1:109-110, 113-114, 121-122; 32:2:226

McKinstry, George 42:1:12, 19, 26

McKinstry, William 16:2:104-105, 121

McKnight, James N. 49:2:279

McKnown, James C. 27:2:230

McLaird, James D. 39:2:273; 40:1:154 (see also Building the Town of Cody: George T. Beck, 1894-1943; Ranching in the Big Horns: George T. Beck, 1856-1894; review of Last West. A History of the Great Plains of North America)

McLanchlan, Thomas 33:2:133

McLane, Clint 16:1:130

McLane, Edith Nickerson (Mrs.) 26:1:55

McLaren, N. R. (Colonel) 36:2:225

McLauchlin, Susan J. 58:1:47-48, 51

McLaughlin 47:2:237

McLaughlin, Archie 20:2:172-173

McLaughlin, Carrie Fisher 26:1:57-58

McLaughlin, James (Colonel) 8:1:489-491; 8:2:529-539 (see also Trip of Colonel James McLaughlin, Indian Inspector, to the Big Horn Hot Springs, Wyoming)

McLaughlin, Jim 26:1:21; 45:1:10, 19

McLaughlin, Rita Ann photo 28:1:24, 25

McLaughlin, W. H. 28:2:141

McLaughlin, William J. 28:2:140

McLaughlins 34:1:21

McLead, Charles 37:2:147, 149-151

McLean, Edward B. 53:1:20, 22

McLean, H. E. 5:4:161

McLeland, Thomas 39:1:9, 25

McLeland, Thomas E. 12:4:323-324; 15:2:155

McLellan, George W. 27:2:216-217

McLellan, Jerry (Mrs.) 27:2:239

McLemore, Richard A. 49:2:249

McLendon, I. R. (Captain) (see Story of the First Shot)

McLeod 43:2:216

McLeod, A. R. 17:2:9, 100, 102

McLeod, Angus 66:1&2:46

McLeod, John 21:2/3:202

McLeod, Norman 66:1&2:46

McLuckie and Prentice 33:2:133

McMahan, Virginia (Mrs.) 24:2:94-95

McMahon, M. S. 32:1:68-69

McMahon, Thomas B., Jr. 27:2:230

McMahon, Tom 28:2:211

McMally, William 49:2:271

McMannis, Elva A. 5:1:40

McMaster, Andrew (see Memoirs of Andrew McMaster)

McMicken, Andrew photo 16:2:164; 66:3:38

McMillan, Benton 66:3:40

McMillan Fur and Wool Company 26:1:20

McMillan, Grace 54:2:13

McMillen 38:2:212

McMillen, Emily 30:2:199

McMillen, Samuel 39:1:101

McMullen, Henry 25:1:44

McMullen, Marcus A. (Lieutenant Colonel) 64:3/4:23

McMurry, Will 64:2:54-55

McMurtie, Douglas C. 10:1:41; 17:1:21 (see also Eastern Records of Early Wyoming Newspapers; Fourth Infantry at Fort Bridger; McMurtrie, Douglas; Pioneer Printing in Wyoming)

McMurtrie 33:2:158

McMurty Paint Company 1:3:20

McNab, John (First Lieutenant) 38:1:15, 43

McNair, James (Mr. and Mrs.) 30:1:107

McNally, R. E. 48:1:129-130

McNally, William 44:1:5

McNamees 22:2:54

McNasser, Marion 17:1:77

McNealey, Viola A. (see Governors of the State of Wyoming, 1943-1965; review of Great Iron Trail; Seven Days of Hanover County)

McNeil, John T. 17:1:76

McNeil, Keith and Rusty, Cowboy Songs and Western Railroad Songs, review 66:4:68

McNichols, Charles S. (Special Indian Agent) 49:1:16-18, 20

McNulty, Charles (Corporal) 27:2:169, 172

McNulty, John (Private) 27:2:172

McNurlen, William 33:1:79

McNutt, Paul V. 54:2:22

McPhee, Hugh 19:1:43; 64:2:46

McPhee, John 64:1:29-30

McPherren, Ida 14:4:328; 31:1:62 (see also City of Broken Hearts; Game Cock; Imprints on Pioneer Trails; Love of Ah-Ho-Appa)

McPherson, A. D. (Judge) 36:2:231

McPike’s train 19:2:84

McQueen, Robert 1:3:20

McQuerry, Zinnie 52:2:52

McQuery 16:2:89

McQuiery (Sergeant) 41:2:196

McRae 16:2:139; 47:2:158

McReynolds, Pete 22:2:31; 25:1:74

McShane, Donelly 32:2:148

McShane flumes 32:2:144

McShane, J. H. 32:2:147

McShane, John A. 20:1:72; 38:1:68; 54:2:68, 70

McShane Tie Camp photo 32:2:10, 146-163 (see also Old McShane Tie Camp and the Rockwood Fire)

McUlvan, Daniel "Dan" 19:2:127 (see also Account of Daniel McUlvan’s and David McFarlane’s Encounter with The Sioux in 1876)

McUlvan, David 6:1&2:222-224

McUranium, Lucky (see Lucky McUranium)

McWethy, Lee A. 24:1:4

McWhinnie, Ralph 56:1:23; 66:3:10; 66:4:2

McWilliam, John 32:1:71, 75; 32:2:209, photo 210

McWilliams, Belle 27:2:230

McWilliams, Harold (Mrs.) 27:2:230

M’Cray, Alvin 11:2:128-129

Meachem, Elgin "Bud" 52:2:37

Mead (Mr. And Mrs.) 34:1:90

Mead, Charles L. (Bishop) 24:2:104

Mead, Elwood (Doctor) 8:1:521; 9:3:764; 12:3:191; 37:1:15, photo 16, 23-24; 20:1:36-37, 41, 47-48; 20:2:128, 137-139; 40:1:76-77; 50:2:319, 329-333; 53:2:13; 65:2/3:28; 65:4:53-54, 57; 66:3:24 (see also FIRSTS: State Engineer; Turning on Water With a Shovel: The Career of Elwood Mead)

Mead, George S. 21:2/3:240; 24:2:92

Mead, I. M. (see GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Mead, Jean (see review of Casper Country: Wyoming’s Heartland; Wyoming in Profile)

Mead, Peter (Mrs.) 37:2:243

Meade, Irene I. 27:2:230

Meade, Jack 31:1:37; 32:1:81

Meade, Virginia Haldeman (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Meadors, Albert 60:2:20

Meadow Creek 30:2:210

Meadow Gulch 30:1:43; 44:1:40, 42-43, 47, 50

meadowlark (see State bird)

Meadows, Bill 16:2:116

Meadows Ranch (see RANCHES)

Meagher, Mary 66:4:44, 57

Meagher, Mike 22:2:23-24

Meagher, Thomas F. (Governor) 43:1:74, 88

Meanea (Mrs., mother of Frank) 26:1:27

Meanea, Byrde 26:1:31

Meanea, Frank (Mrs.) 26:1:31 (see also Bolander, Kate)

Meanea, Frank A. 3:4:230; 34:2:215 (see also Pioneer Saddler, Frank A. Meanea)

Meanea Saddle Company 37:2:227 (see also Meanea, Frank)

Meanea, T. R. 34:2:215

Meanea, Theodore 26:1:29

Meanea’s Saddle Shop 21:1:7; photo 26:1:25, 26-28, photo 29, 30-32 (see also Meanea, Frank A.)

Meaning of Freedom of Speech. First Amendment Freedoms from Wilson to FDR by Paul L. Murphy, review 44:2:298

Meaning of the Name Sacajawea by David L. Shaul 44:2:237-240

Mears, B. (Doctor) 32:2:243

measles 53:2:57

measurements (see brass vessels for liquid measure)

Mechanics Institute (Rochester, New York) 66:1&2:27

Mechling, J. S. 8:3:603

Mecklem, George N. 24:2:82

Mecum, E. W. (Reverend) 24:2:95

Mecum, W. F. 19:1:45; 49:1:6, 12, 17-20

Medellin, Roberto 54:2:25

Meder, Henry 16:2:110

medical regulations (see U.S. Army medical regulations)

Medical Incidents in the Life of Dr. John H. Finfrock by Dr. Anthony Palmieri and Chris Humberson 53:2:64-69

Medici family 66:1&2:35

medicine 25:1:45 (see also Horse-The Buggy-The Doctor; Letters from a Post Surgeon’s Wife; Medical Incidents in the Life of John H. Finfrock)

Medicine Bear 28:1:39 (see also Cheyenne Indians)

Medicine Bon (see Medicine Bow)

Medicine Bow 34:2:169, 224; 36:2:200; 43:1:28; 44:2:147, 158-159, 163, 165, 207, 218

Medicine Bow area 46:1:10-11

Medicine Bow Butte 15:3:294; 17:11:31, 36

Medicine Bow Creek 17:1:24, 30-31; 28:1:75

Medicine Bow Crossing 33:1:98

Medicine Bow Mountains 17:1:24, 30; 21:2/3:198; 33:1:96-97; 34:2:247; 36:2:185; 47:2:226 (see also Elk Mountain; Handhewn Ties of the Medicine Bows; Medicine Bows: Wyoming’s Mountain Country)

Medicine Bow National Forest 18:1:49, 51; 42:2:267; 56:1:47, 51

Medicine Bow National Reserve 20:2:142

Medicine Bow Railroad Station 16:1:33

Medicine Bow Range 33:1:81; 33:2:160, 197; 66:3:29

Medicine Bow River 21:2/3:198; 24:1:23; 33:1:95-96; 33:2:167; 34:2:246; 44:2:146

Medicine Bow Stage Station, Now Elk Mountain Post Office by Willing Richardson 33:1:95-97; 44:2:162

Medicine Bow, Wyoming 5:2:52; 16:1:33; 19:1:26-27; 23:1:95; 24:1:40; 28:1:77; 30:2:148; 55:2:33; 61:1:36-37; 65:1:15; 65:2/3:4; 65:4:41 (see also FIRSTS: Mayor of Medicine Bow)

Medicine Bow, Wyoming by Mrs. Chas. Ellis 9:1:673-677

Medicine Bows: Wyoming’s Mountain Country by Scott Thybony, Robert G. Rosenberg, and Eliabeth Mullett Rosenberg, review 58:2:55-56

Medicine Crow 54:2:5 (see also Crow)

Medicine Lodge River 37:2:220

Medicine Lodge, The Story of a Kansas Frontier Town by Nellie Snyder Yost, review 43:1:141-143

Medicine Man 46:1:12, 20-21 (see also Arapaho; Roman Nose)

Medicine Mountain 65:1:5

Medicine Mountain, Bighorns IV (poem) by Hans Kleiber 33:2:192-193

Medicine Snake Woman 59:1:56 (see also Blood Indians)

Medicine Wheel (Wyoming) 66:1&2:72

Medicine Wheel 26:2:119; 29:2:137; 30:1:97; 30:2:215; map 31:1:94-100 (see also Bibliography Concerning the Big Horn Medicine Wheel, Big Horn National Forest; Report on the Medicine Wheel Investigation by Wyoming Archaeological Society)

Medicine Wheel Bibliography 57:1:13-20

Medicine Wheel by Fred Chapman 65:1:4

Medicine Wheel by Lorna Kooi Simpson 14:1:55-60

Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark 65:1:2, 4-5

Medieval English history 66:3:10, 16

Medill, Joseph photo 55:2:29

Medill, M. W. 25:2:199

Mee-yer-o Creek 49:2:268

Meek, C. L. 27:1:116

Meek, C. P. "Dub" 21:2/3:226

Meek, Joseph "Joe" 15:2:105; 17:2:103; 44:1:81, 84; 55:1:34-35

Meeker, Ezra 23:2:58; 44:2:283; 50:1:16, 21; 65:2/3:12, 15 (see also Oxteam Days)

Meeker, Josephine 16:2:88, 91, 94, 98, 113-115, 128, 130-132

Meeker Massacre 3:1:89; 16:2:87-145; 33:2:203, 207 (see also Recollections of Taylor Pennock)

Meeker Massacre by M. Wilson Rankin 16:2:87-145; 18:1:62

Meeker, N. S. 3:1:389; 4:3:338; 4:4:394; 7:4:450 (see also Thornburg, Major T. F.)

Meeker, Nathan Cook 16:1:78; 16:2:87-88, 90-91, 94-95, 97, 101, 138, 145; 18:1:19; 28:2:149; 38:2:210-211; 41:1:101-103; 44:2:168-170

Meeker Oregon Trail (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Meeker’s School 16:2:91

Meeker, Teresa (Mrs.) 16:2:88, 90, 94, 113-115, 128, 131-133

Meeker’s Indian Sunday School 16:2:91

Meeks, Bub 31:1:59-61

Meeks, C. P. 10:1:43

Meeks, Ross 25:1:76, 79

Meem, John Gaw 66:1&2:36

Meet Me on the Green by Myra Cooley, review 33:1:109-110

Meeteetse Creek 16:1:72; 49:2:264, 268-269, 271,274

Meeteetse Mercantile 49:2:272-273

Meeteetse News 24:2:9, 95

Meeteetse, Wyoming 30:2:146; 44:1:15-16; 49:2:264-265, 270-273; 51:1:114, 140; 61:1:40-41; 65:4:19 (see also Freight and Stage Road from Rawlins to Red Lodge, Montana. Third Segment of Trail--Meeteetse to Chance, Montana. Trek No. 28 of the Historical Trail Treks; History of the Meeteetse Mercantile Story; Behind the Naming of Meeteetse)

Mehksehem-Sukas (Iron Shirt) photo 56:2:cover (see also Blackfeet; Piegan)

Meigs, Guy 26:1:64

Meigs, Montgomery C. 2:3:49-50; 39:1:39

Meissner, Alvin R. 18:1:72

Melanger, Edward 12:4:324

Melbourne, Frank 33:1:5-12, photo 14, 15-16

Melbourne, the Australian Rain Wizard by Clark C. Spence 33:1:5-18

Melbourne, Will 33:1:8, 13

Melburne as Jupiter Pluvius photo 33:1:4

Melcher, George W. 27:2:230

Meldrum, Helen (Mrs.) 32:2:256

Meldrum, J. W. (Mrs.) 34:2:219

Meldrum, Jack (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Meldrum, Jack 32:2:251; 53:1:30

Meldrum, John M. 15:1:44-45

Meldrum, John W. (Acting Governor) photos 13:1:4, front cover; photo13:2:104; 16:1:54; 22:1:66; 37:1:49 (see also FIRSTS: State Land Board; John W. Meldrum, The Grand Old Man of Yellowstone National Park; Journals and Debates of the Constitutional Convention, 1889)

Mellen, Sandy 16:2:8, 109-110, 119, 142

Mellinger, Philip J. 43:2:331 (see also Frontier Camp to Small Town. A Study of Community Development)

melodeon 39:1:26

Melodeon Theatre 25:1:6, 8

Meltz, J. J. 1:3:20

Memoirs of Andrew McMaster by Mae Urbanek, review 42:1:123

Memorial Bell Tower 26:2:117

Memorial Field House 26:2:109

Memorial Hospital 22:1:71

Memorial of Frontier County Pioneers 26:2:210

Memorial Publication Fund 32:2:250

Memorial to Loren Clark Bishop by Colonel Archie R. Boyack 33:2:196-197

Memorial to the Members of the Constitutional Convention of Wyoming 12:3:165-188; 12:4:273-294 (see also Reminiscences of a Member of the Wyoming Constitutional Convention)

Memorials to Sacajawea, Supplement A by Grace R. Hebard 13:3:184-185

Memoriam 2:2:40; 2:3:58; 9:4:17; 10:3:119 (see also Carey, Joseph Maul; Groshon, Maurice; Kendrick, John B.; Ross, William Bradford)

Memoriam from One Old Soldier to Another by Minnie Presgrove 30:2:171-173

Memories by Alice Rathbun 5:2&3:55-56

Memories of an Oil Field by Elizabeth Nuhn 58:1:2-7

Memories of Mary Hezlep Knight, a Pioneer Bride by Harriet Knight Orr 9:1:666-673

Men of the Steel Rails: Workers on the Atchinson, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, 1869-1900 by James H. Ducker, review 56:1:67

Men to Match My Mountains by Irving Stone, review 29:1:112

Menard, Pierre 46:1:130; 55:1:52

Mendenhall, C. B. 33:1:79

Menefee, Arthur 42:1:12, 27

Menefee, James 62:1:7, 9, 35-36, 44

Meng, Hans 20:1:93; 26:2:214

Menger Hotel (San Antonio, Texas) 51:2:12

Menke, J. K. (Sergeant and Mrs.) 17:1:77

Menor’s Ferry (see FERRIES)

Menough, Herman F. 12:4:287

Mento Supa (see Black Bear)

Meomberg, John 39:2:254

Mercado, Philip 54:2:29

mercantile classicism 66:1&2:36

Mercatante, Frank 48:1:109-110

Mercatante, Gail photo 48:1:117 (see also Custer’s Last Battle)

Mercedes, Wyoming 28:2:175

Mercer (Colonel and Mrs.) 32:2:207-208, 211; 33:2:144; 34:1:76-69; 35:1:88, 94; 35:2:213; 38:1:61, 126; 43:2:167 (see also RANCHES)

Mercer, Annie F. (Mrs. Asa) 49:1:57

Mercer, Asa Shinn 9:3:731-732; 20:1:78; 32:2:257; 49:1:53-64; photo 65:4:20, 24-26, 28, 31-32, 36 (see also Banditti of the Plains)

Mercer girls (see One of the Mercer Girls)

Mercer Island 34:1:78

Mercer, Ralph 25:2:207; 27:1:114; 49:1:63

Mercer, Thomas (Judge) 34:1:77

Mercer’s Belles by Roger Conant, edited by Lenna A.Deutsch, review 33:2:257

Merci Train car 21:2/3:236-237, 240

Mercill 42:2:159

Meredith, E. A. 16:2:90

Meredith, Grace E. 11:1:66

Merica, Charles O. 64:1:16

Merica Hall (see University of Wyoming Home Economics Class, Merica Hall, Mineralogy Class photos)

Merino (see Upton)

Merino, Upton 45:2:150

Merival, Joe 39:2:205

Merivale, Joseph 47:1:12

Merk, Frederick 17:2:99

Merkle 31:2:158

Merkley, C. 46:2:223

Merkley, Christopher 26:2:150

Merna 34:1:52

Merna Butte 23:1:100

Merna Butte school house 23:1:102

Merna, James A. 1:3:19

Merret 65:1:19

Merriam, C. Hart 14:4:270; 50:2:230-231

Merriam, Henry Clay (Colonel) 17:1:13; 18:1:129; 38:1:37-41, 43

Merrill, Ausma (Mrs. Peter C.) 66:1&2:75

Merrill, George 19:2:69, 72

Merrill, George P. 34:2:178, 187-188

Merrill, Gertrude 1:4:20; 5:1:40

Merrill, Homer S. 15:1:42; 37:2:188

Merrill, Ira 27:2:239

Merrill J. Mattes Collection 65:2/3:10, 13 (see also Mattes, Merrill J.)

Merrill J. Mattes Research Library 65:2/3:14 (see also Mattes, Merrill J.)

Merrill, M. N. 17:1:82

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

Merrill, Ross 29:1:82 (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Merrill, Thomas 40:2:279; 66:1&2:75

Merriot, Marcia 25:1:58

Merris C. Barrow: Sagebrush Philosopher and Journalist by Margaret L. Prine 24:1:53-88; 24:2:3-72

Merritt (General) 45:1:40, 46

Merritt 44:2:217

Merritt, A. R. 2:4:65; 19:1:45

Merritt, Ed 22:2:43

Merritt, Ernie O. 26:2:217

Merritt, H. D. 40:1:59

Merritt, W. C. (Reverend) 65:1:30, 32

Merritt, Wesley (Colonel) 14:2:153; 16:2:108, 117-120, 122-126, 128-131, 136, 138-140, 142-143; 17:1:13; 18:1:20, 29, 55; 18:2:129; 20:2:114; 27:1:37; photo 38:1:10, 32-34, 43, 45, 47; 41:1:102-104, 106; 44:2:170; 50:1:141, 145, 147, 149, 152; 51:1:109

Merritt’s Crossing 3:4:224-225; 35:1:89

Merrival, Joe 20:2:167

Merrivale, Jose 43:2:257

Merrivale, Louise 43:2:257

Merry, Barbara 66:1&2:5

Merry, Miles M. 66:1&2:43, 46

Merry Whirl (Lusk, Wyoming dance hall) 66:4:16

Mertz, Heriette (see Pale Ink: Two Ancient Records of Chinese Explorations in America)

Mesa County (Colorado) Historical Society 66:3:65

Mesa May Range (Colorado) 24:1:23

Mesa State College (Colorado) 66:3:65

Mesa Verde National Park (Colorado) 66:3:65

Meschter, Daniel Y. 38:2:345; 39:1:139; 44:1:127 (see also History of the Presbyterian Church in Rawlins, Wyoming; review of Life, Times and Teacherous Death of Jesse James; Sixty Days To and In Yellowstone National Park)

Meserve (see Meserve’s Restaurant)

Meserve’s (Mrs.) Restaurant 15:1:65

Messerschmidt, Donald A. (see Grand Encampment; School District No. 2, Carbon County, Wyoming)

Messiah Craze (1890) 18:1:20; 31:2:131; 35:2:145 (see also Ghost Dance)

Messick, Alice (Mrs.) 39:1:134

Metal Weapons, Tools, and Ornaments of the Teton Dakota Indians by James Austin Hanson, review 48:1:142-143

Metcalf, Agnes Jenkins (Mrs.) 19:2:133; 27:2:230 (see also Therese A. Parkinson Jenkins)

Metcalf, H. C. 25:1:4-5

Metcalf, Mary E. 40:1:71

Metcalfe 39:1:26

Methodist Church 17:1:79; photo 24:2:73, 74-111; 65:1:17-18 (see also Road of Yesteryear)

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

Methodist Church (Cheyenne, Wyoming) 37:1:85

Methodist Collection photo 65:1:28

Methodist Episcopal Church 65:1:25, 29, 31, 33

Methodist field in Wyoming 24:2:78

Methodist Mission 23:1:57

Methodist Missionary Society 17:2:101

Methodist State Sunday School Superintendent 65:1:28

Methvin, William T. (Reverend) 24:2:105

Metis 56:2:25

Metropolitan Frontier: Cities in the Modern American West by Carol Abbott 66:3:79-80

Metropolitan Mining and Exploring Company 20:2:165

Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City) 66:3:5

Metz, Cornelia P. (Mrs. Percy W.) 24:21:110, 113; 25:196; 26:1:99; 26:2:217, 220; 27:2:225; 31:2:245-247

Metz family massacre 4:3:248; 6:1&2:180

Metz, Fred 14:2:163

Metz, Leon Claire (see Dallas Stoudenmire, El Paso Marshal; John Selman, Gunfighter; Pat Garrett. The Saga of a Western Lawman)

Metz, P. W. (Mrs.) 27:1:117; 27:2:239-240

Metz, Percy W. (Judge) 25:2:207; 27:1:117; 27:2:230, 239-240; 37:1:113; photo 53:2:16, 17, 20; 64:3/4:50; 66:4:25

Metz, Will G. 27:2:230; 45:1:79, 81

Metz, William S. 49:2:272; 58:2:23

Metzel, Eugene 35:2:232

Metzer, Frances 5:4:162

Metzler, Lorraine (Mrs.) 39:1:113, 128

Metzler, Wyoming 29:2:159

Mexican American women 66:3:4

Mexican border (see Bartlett’s West: Drawing the Mexican Boundary)

Mexican Border trouble 18:1:31-32

Mexican Cession 26:1:33

Mexican Hill 27:2:187

Mexican immigrants 66:3:21

Mexican Mines, Wyoming 28:2:119

Mexican Pass 25:1:84

Mexican War 16:1:39; 17:1:15; 32:1:10, 18, 112; 49:2:225, 241-242 (see also FIRSTS: maneuver of Mexican War occurred in Wyoming)

Mexican War: Changing Interpretations edited by Odie B. Falk and Joseph A. Stout, Jr., review 45:2:270-271

Mexican Workers in Wyoming During World War II: Necessity Descrimination and Protest by William L. Hewitt 54:2:20-33

Mexican-Americans photo 51:2:26, 27-35; photo 54:2:20, 21-27, photos 28-29, 30-33

Mexicans 18:2:96; 30:2:155; 60:1:25; 66:4:4-5 (see also Lovell’s Mexican Colony; Mexican-Americans)

Mexico 2:1:14; 22:1:24, 27, 73, 78-79; 65:1:4, 25 (see also Dividing the Waters: A Century of Controversy Between the United States and Mexico)

Mexksemaustan (Stirring Iron) photo 56:2:24 (see also Gros Ventre)

Meyer, Albert L. (Colonel) 18:1:56; 59:1:30

Meyer, Charles R. 13:4:388

Meyer, Cort 14:3:220

Meyer, Ermel Fay (Mrs.) 22:2:109

Meyer, Erwin F. 66:3:12-13

Meyer, Estelle Reel 14:3:220 (see also Meyer, Cort)

Meyer, Eugene 55:2:32

Meyer, Everette (Mayor) 33:2:216

Meyer, Frank 34:1:25

Meyer, John E. 23:1:104

Meyer, Louis R. 19:1:26; 56:1:47

Meyer, Margaret 66:4:44, 52

Meyer, Michel 33:2:216

Meyer, R. D. (Mrs.) 33:1:92

Meyer, R. D. 56:1:47

Meyers, A. J. (Colonel) 2:4:72 (see also FIRSTS: Weather Bureau Established in Wyoming Territory)

Meyers, Charles A. 44:2:251

Meyers, Dan 25:1:43

Meyers, Ed 1:3:19; 2:4:78-79; 3:1:111; 4:3:365; 7:2:403; 7:3:443-444; 8:1:524; 9:1:682; 20:2:179; 21:1:101

Meyers, Frank 66:4:34 (see also Frank Meyers Collection)

Meyers, George 17:1:75

Meyers, William 61:1:12, 14-15

Meyersville Stage Station 20:1:56

Miami (Florida) 66:1&2:75

Michael, Howard 5:2:45-55; 5:2&3:79-98

Michaels, John E. (Mrs.) 25:2:211, 213

Michaud 44:2:260

Michelangelo 66:1&2:31

Michigan 66:1&2:75

Michigan Mine 37:1:101

Michigan State Historical Society 4:2:320

Mickelson, James 25:1:70, 76, 79

Mickelson, James F. (Mr. and Mrs.) 25:1:60; 27:2:230

Mickelson, Mae E. (see Sublette County Historical Society)

Midas of the Rockies 22:1:84

Middaugh, Ira O. 18:1:86, 88; 33:2:158

Middaugh, W. H. 32:1:27

Middle Barrel Springs Canyon 33:2:209

Middle Fork 26:1:47 (see also Powder River)

Middle Fork Powder River 32:1:91; 32:2:240

Middle Park, Wyoming 16:2:89, 95

Middle Piney Creek 22:2:50

Middleton, Bernard C. (see Restoration of Leather Bindings)

Middleton, Joseph 31:2:181; 32:2:196

Middleton, "Doc" 38:1:93

Midland Bridge Company (Kansas City, Missouri) 58:2:47

Midland Point, photo 33:1:105

Midwest Building 66:1&2:32-34 (see Wyoming National Bank Building)

Midwest Hotel Company 22:1:91

Midwest Magazine 50:1:13

Midwest Refining Company 22:1:84, 92; 41:1:30; 58:2:26

Midwest Review 28:2:175

Midwest Steel and Ironworks (Pueblo, Colorado) 58:2:47

Midwest, Wyoming 29:2:157; 30:2:147, 149-150; 58:1:2, 6

Mieger, Jeremiah (Doctor) 19:1:43

Migett 27:1:57

Mihan, South Dakota 27:2:230

Mikkelson, Sylvia 49:2:272-273

Milatzo, Paul (Mrs.) 13:3:231

Mildron, John (Private) 27:2:172

Milek, Dorothy (Mrs.) 39:1:132 (see also review of Piece of the old Tent: A Catalog of Items in the Lane County Pioneer Museum That Were Brought Across the Plains in the 1840s and 1850s)

Miles (General) 37:1:121; 44:2:216

Miles, A. W. 66:4:14

Miles City, Montana 17:2:132; 50:1:107; photo 51:2:51

Miles, Daniel (son of A. W. Miles) 66:4:14

Miles, John D. 46:1:28-29

Miles, Nelson Appleton (Colonel; General) 17:1:12; 19:2:65; 21:1:66; 38:1:127; 39:1:41; 39:2:168; 41:1:101, 105; 44:1:98; 48:1:123; 49:2:277, 281 (see also Yellowstone Command: Colonel Nelson A. Miles and the Great Sioux War, 1876-1877)

Milford Cemetery 26:1:54

Milford-Hudson school bus route 26:2:135

Milgate, Henry 42:1:93

Milhau, John Jefferson (Doctor) 27:1:50

MILITARY: (see A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E.A. Bode, Frontier Regular Infantry, 1877- 1882 Air Corps, Air Mail, and Cheyenne in 1934; Armies of the American Wars, 1753-1815; Army Bread and Army Mission on the Frontier with Special Reference to Fort Laramie, Wyoming, 1865-1890; Army Wife on the Frontier: The Memoirs of Alice Blackwood Baldwin, 1867-1877; Brief History of Social and Domestic Life Among the Military in Wyoming, 1849-1890; Cavalier in Buckskin: George Armstrong Custer and the Western Military Frontier; cavalry barracks photo; Cheyenne and Sioux. The Reminiscences of Four Indians and a White Soldier; Children of Grace: Nez Perce War of 1877; Chronological List of Actions, Etc., With Indians from January 15, 1837 to January, 1871; Custer’s Fall: The Indian Side of the Story; depredations; Documents Relating to the Fetterman Fight ; Following the Indian Wars; Fur Trade and Military History: Wyoming Historiography and the 19th Century; Glittering History of the U.S. Strategic Air Force Bases in Morocco; Horse Soldier, 1776-1943. The United States Cavalry: His Uniforms, Arms, Accoutrements and Equipments. Vol. IV , World War I, The Peacetime Army, World War II, 1917-1943; Hostilities and Horse Soldiers: Indian Battles and Campaigns in the West; Indian Fights: New Facts on Seven Encounters; Indian Policy; Indian Version of the Platte Bridge Fight; Indian Wars; infantry from Fort Laramie on field maneuvers photo; Journals of James S. McClellan, 1st Sgt., Company H, 3rd Cavalry; Letters from a Post Surgeon’s Wife; Military Posts of Wyoming; Misery: Dependents of the Indian Fighting Army; Philo White’s Narrative of a Cruize in the Pacific to South America and California on the U.S. Sloop-of-War "Dale" 1841-1843; Photographer on an Army Mule; Post Near Cheyenne: A History of Fort D.A. Russell, 1867-1930; raids; reconstruction of Fort Fetterman ordnance storehouse photo; Regular Army O!; Soldiering on the Frontier; Sagebrush Soldier: Private William Earl Smith’s View of the Sioux War of 1876; Sioux Uprising of 1862; specific individuals, locations, battles, and wars; Statistical Report on the Sickness and Mortality of the Army of the United States, 1819-1860; Summer Helmets of the U.S. Army, 1875-1910; Sword of the Republic: The United States Army on the Frontier, 1783-1846; Tending the Talking Wire: A Buck Soldier’s View of Indian Country; United States Soldier Between Two Wars: Army Life and Reforms, 1865-1898; U.S. Army Uniforms and Equipment, 1889 by the Quartermaster General of the Army; United States Military Saddles, 1812-1943) Afro-Americans 64:3/4:11 Air University 64:3/4:22 (see MILITARY: Maxwell Air Field) Apache War in Arizona 16:2: 138 Army Air Service 52:2:27 Army bridge photo 34:2:136 Army Chaplains 2:4:61-63 Army Corps of Topographical Engineers 47:2:221, 223, 228, 230 Army of Utah 16:1:42 Bachelor Quarters 33:2:207; 34:1:85-86; 35:1:36; 38:2:181, 188, 191, 208, 211; 41:1:102; 42:2:184; 44:1:6, 16; 44:2:139-206, 269 (see also MILITARY: Ordnance Magazine at Fort Steele) Bachelor Quarters at Fort Steele photo 44:2:142 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Fort Steele) bakeries photo (1872) 47:2:194 Bannock War 19:2:65 Battle of Dull Knife 64:2:64 Battle of Horseshoe Creek 42:2:257-258 Battle of Red Buttes 43:2:294-295 Battle of the Little Big Horn 45:1:30; 48:1:109-110, 127-128; 64:2:69 (see also Battle of the Rosebud: Prelude to the Little Big Horn; Little Big Horn; Thrillen’est Fight Ever!: Sheridan Re-enacts Custer’s Last Stand) Battle of the Rosebud 59:1:50-51 (see also Battle of the Rosebud: Prelude to the Little Big Horn) Bedlam photos 13:2:front cover, 86; 32:1:106; 34:2:148, 151 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie; MILITARY: Bedlam; Old Bedlam) Bluewater Battle (1855) 41:2:205 Bluewater Creek Battle 42:1:30 Boer War 31:2:208 Bordeaux Bend battle 12:1:44 Bounty Land Warrant 32:1:107 California-Nevada Volunteers 28:1:86 Camp Carlin fire brigade 14:2:155-156 cantonment 27:1:3, 10 Casper Army Air Bases 64:3/4:2-23, 26, 28, 32, 41-44 cavalry 161:2:137, 140, 142; 18:1:91, 30, 34, 55-59, 64-66; 18:2:102; 27:2:148 cavalry near Fort Steele photo 50:1:10 cemeteries 16:2:145; 17:1:75-76 clothing (see uniforms) Cold Springs Battle 42:1:81; 42:2:25 Colorado Troops (see Third Regiment) Company B 23:2:24 Company D 16:1:37; 23:2:20-21; 7:1:31 (see also MILITARY: Girl Militia of Wyoming) Company E 16:2:105 Company H (see MILITARY: Girl Militia) Confederate Army 65:4:21 contracts 32:1:13 Custard Wagon Train Fight 32:2:233-234 Custer 14:1:66; 19:2:65 (see also Little Big Horn, Picture Report of the Custer Fight) Davis-Monthan Army Air Field (Montana) 64:3/4:22 Department of Missouri 16:2:95 Department of Platte 16:2:99 Department of the Army (see Vanguard of Expansion: Army Engineers in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1819-1879) Depot McKinney Military Reservation (see FORTS AND CAMPS) District of the Platte 35:1:7 Dragoons 17:1:6 (see MILITARY: Second Dragoons; To Utah With the Dragoons and Glimpses of Life in Arizona and California) Dull Knife Battle (1876) 17:1:12; 17:2:170; 28:1:30-31, map 32, 33-35, photo 36-40; 29:1:59, 61; 47:1:29, map 31 Eighteenth Infantry 18:1:30; 30:2:142; 31:1:48; 32:1:89; 34:2:157; 44:2:147; 48:1:9,19 Eighth Infantry 18:1:29, 59; 39:2:260; 44:1:100 Eleventh Infantry 18:1:30-31; 59:1:29-34 Eleventh Kansas Cavalry 18:2:140; 23:2:4-29; 27:1:9, 11, 15; 28:2:183-184; 29:1:69-72, 76; 32:1:227-228, 231-232 Eleventh Kansas Volunteer Cavalry 42:1:97; 47:1:25 Eleventh Ohio Cavalry 17:1:8; 17:2:159; 23:2:15, 17; 27:1:8-11, 15; 27:2:145-146, 157, 185; 28:2:183; 29:1:75; 31:1:79; 32:1:227-228, 236; 33:1:78, 97; 33:2:170, 201, (Companies B and D) 210; 49:1:24-25, 28, 31, 34; 47:1:24-25 engineers (see Vanguard of Expansion: Army Engineers in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1819-1879) equipment (see U.S. Army Uniforms and Equipment, 1889 by the Quartermaster General of the Army) expense accounts (see Expense Account of Fort Fetterman, Wyoming, 23 December 1875) Fetterman Fight 32:1:89; 33:2:196; 38:1:137, 139, 223-228; 39:2:261; 42:1:91; 42:2:194, 271; 56:1:3; 63:2:49-50, 56-57, 68-72 F.E. Warren Air Force Base (see F.E. Warren Air Force Base War Trophies from Balangiga, P.I.; Trophy Park; Tudor Cannon at Warren Air Force Base) field artillery 18:1:30, 58-59, 65; 27:1:7; 27:2:148, 154, 157 Fifteenth Cavalry 18:1:33 Fifteenth Infantry 34:1:51 Fifth Army Headquarters 25:2:211; Fifth Cavalary 18:2:116; 38:2:211; 45:1:36-37, 39-40; 48:1:56, 59; 48:2:278; 50:1:141-155; 51:1:109 Fifth Cavalry Brass Band 33:1:84 Fifth Cavalry Regiment 48:1:56, 59; 48:2:278; 50:1:141-155; 51:1:109 Fifth U.S. Volunteer Infantry 23:2:27; 27:2:154, 156; 30:1:49 Fifty-third Infantry 18:1:33 First Battalion Nevada Cavalry (Companies B and C) 33:2:211 First Colorado Cavalry 33:1:78-79; 46:1:7 First Dakota Cavalry 27:2:154-155 First Kansas Volunteers 33:2:207 First Nevada Volunteer Cavalry 44:1:31-32; 65:4:49 Five Hundred Forty-seventh (547) Army-Air Force Band 64:3/4:16, 21-22 foreign soldiers 16:2:138 Fort Bridger Daily Telegraph 9:3:729; 13:4:347 Fort Laramie Hospital photo 50:1:cover (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie) Fort Laramie officers on field maneuvers (1885) photo 17:1:10 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie) Fort Laramie regiments 38:1:11-41 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS) Fort Laramie soldiers (1885) photo 17:1:2 Fort Laramie’s iron bridge (see Fort Laramie’s Iron Bridge) Fort McKinney officers in front of quarters photo 48:2:275 Fort Phil Kearny Massacre 4:2:328; 6:3:278; 7:2:389-394; 12:4:329-331 Fort Sanders band 28:2:11 Fort Steele Herald 33:2:153 Fort Washakie Indian Cemetery 40:1:72 Fort Washakie Indian School Forth-seventh Army-Air Force Band 64:3/4:14 Fourteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry 23:2:25 Fourth (4th) Fighter Group 64:3/4:2 Fourth Artillery (Company E) 42:1:97 Fourth Cavalry String Orchestra 33:1:84 Fourth Field Artillery 18:1:31 Fourth Infantry 28:1:59; 30:2:136, 142, 158; 38:2:211; 43:2:238, 242; 44:2:157; 45:1:28-29, 43, 46; 48:1:6, 12 (see also Fourth Infantry; Robinson, Lieutenant) Fourth U.S. Artillery 35:1:5, 8-10 Fourth U.S. Cavalry 48:1:6, 12, 60-61; 50:1:22 Francis E. Warren Air Force Base 59:1:29, 33-34, photo 35, 36-37 freighting 32:1:10, 14, 15, 31, 33 Girl Militia 16:2:162, photo 163; 37:1:30, 31, 52 (see MILITARY: Company D and Company F) Girl Militia, Wyoming State Guard photo 37:1:30, 31, 52 (see also Companies H and K) Grand Army of the Republic (see FORTS AND CAMPS: Reynolds Post) Grattan battle 18:2:100; 26:2:121-122; 27:1:8; 27:2:168-174; 45:1:28 Gray Horse Cavalry 16:2:127, 137 (see also Henry, Major; HORSES AND MULES) Gunnison fight 26:2:149 Hayfield fight 44:2:144 Headquarters Battalion 23:2:9 history (see Fur Trade and Military History: Wyoming Historiography and the 19th Century) Horseshoe Creek Battle (1868) 28:1:44-46 infantry 17:1:10; 18:1:55-59 infantryman’s dress helmet photo 42:2:cover Kansas Cavalry (see Headquarters Battalion) Kansas Volunteer Infantry (see Ninth Regiment) Kirtland Army Air Field (New Mexico) 64:3/4:22 Little Big Horn 17:1:4; 28:1:6, 30; 30:2:152 Little Big Horn Battle 46:1: 23 (see also General Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn: Keep the Last Bullet for Yourself. The True Story of Custer’s Last Stand) Manual for Army Cooks 47:2:194, 198 Maxwell Air Field 64:3/4:22 (see also MILITARY: Air University) medical statistics 15:4:315-375 Meeker Massacre 16:2:87-145; 33:2:203, 207 Military Affairs Committee 35:1:26 militia (see FIRSTS: militia under Territorial laws; MILITARY: Girl Militia) missiles (Minuteman I and II) 41:1:110 mounted riflemen 23:1:58 Mounted Riflemen (Company A) 58:2:5 Mounted Riflemen (Company C) 58:2:5; 59:1:5 Mounted Riflemen (Company E) 58:2:5 Mounted riflemen regiment 32:1:63-65; 32:1:177, 193 mounted rifles (Companies C, E, G) 17:1:5 mustering officers 23:2:29 Nebraska Fight 24:1:42, 44 Negro cavalry 16:2:95-98 Nevada Fight 27:2:205 Nine hundred and second (902d) Quartermaster Detachment 64:3/4:11, 15 Nine hundred and sixth (906th) Guard Squadron 64:3/4:11, 15 Ninth Cavalry 18:2:117; 44:1:100 Ninth Infantry (Company C) 59:1:29-31, 34 Ninth Infantry 35:2:125; 45:1:36; (Company G) 59:1:30, 32 Ninth Regiment 33:1:78; (Company A) 46:1:58-59, 62 Non-commissioned Officers Club 64:3/4:12, 17-18, 43 officers (see View from Officers’ Row: Army Perceptions of Western Indians) Old Bedlam 34:1:58; 37:1:114; 42:1:91 (see also MILITARY: Bedlam; FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie) Old Bedlam 17:1:13, 15; 50:1:6, 17, 26, photo 46; 58:2:5-6, photo 8 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Laramie; MILITARY: Bedlam; Old Bedlam) Old Powder House at Fort Steele photo 6:1&2:202 One hundred forty-eighth (148) Field Artillery 30:2:165, 167 One hundred forthy-eighth (148) Indiana Volunteer Infantry 65:1:8 Ordnance Magazine at Fort Steele photo 44:2:180 Oregon Battalion (see Regiment of Mounted Riflemen) Pawnee scouts18:1:11 Peterson Army Air Base (Colorado) 64:3/4:15 Pole Mountain reserve maneuvers 20:2:148; 28:1:74 posts 22:2:54; 32:1:10, 13, 35, 106 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS) Powder River War 44:1:66-67 Quartermaster General of the Army (see U.S. Army Uniforms and Equipment, 1889 by the Quartermaster General of the Army) radio station 18:1:34 Rawlins battle (1870) 15:3:283-284 Red Buttes battle (1862) 27:1:15; (1865) 28:2:183, 192; 29:1:67, 69-72 Regiment of Mounted Riflemen 31:2:175 (see also MILITARY: mounted riflement regiment) Sand Creek Massacre 17:1:8; 32:2:227; 34:1:8, 17-18, 24; 41:1:38, 41-42, 55; 41:2:214-215, 225; 46:1:6-7, 16, 33 scouts and auxiliaries (see Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860-90 ) Second (2d) Bomber Command 64:3/4:14 Second California Volunteer Cavalry 27:2:145-146, 156 Second Cavalry (Troop F) 33:1:98; 34:2:157, 159; 40:2:171-172; 44:2:158-160, 162-163, 166-167, 178, 184; 45:1:34-35; 48:1:12, 44 Second Dragoons 35:1:5 (see March of 2d Dragoons) Second Missouri Artillery (Company I) 33:2:172 Second Missouri Light Artillery 27:2:145-146, 149-154, 156 Second US Cavalry 18:2:108; 30:2:142 Second US Volunteer Cavalry 18:1:29; 20:2:154 Service Club 64:3/4:12, 17-18 Seventh Cavalry 23:2:27; 44:2:158, 179; 45:1:27, 36 Seventh Infantry Band photo 39:1:36 Seventh Iowa Cavalry 43:2:170 Seventh Iowa Volunteer Cavalry 27:2:145 Seventh U.S. Cavalry 46:1:19; 48:1:14, 54, 114-116, 121, 123 Seventy-sixth Field Artillery 18:1:34, 65 Signal Corps 27:2:146 Sioux uprising 31:2:237-238 Sioux War (1876) 18:1:17-18 (see also Centennial Campaign: The Sioux War of 1876) Sixteenth Kansas Cavalry 27:2:149, 152 Sixth Cavalry 39:2:260 Sixth Infantry 34:2:246; 45:1:28-29 (Company G) 50:2:5l; 58:2:5 Sixth Michigan Cavalry 18:2:102; 27:2:145, 147, 155; 36:1:49 Sixth Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, Second Battalion 47:1:22 Sixth Regiment 27:2:171 Sixth US Volunteer Cavalry 47:1:25 Sixty-sixth Artillery Brigade 30:2:166 Slim Buttes Fight 44:1:167; 45:1:43, 46 Slip Steam 64:3/4:17, 34, 39, 42 soldiering (see Army Boy in the Sixties, or A Story of the Plains; Army Life on the Wyoming Frontier) soldiers 16:2:138 sutler’s store photo 13:4:246; 32:1:103, 106 Tenth Infantry 18:2:102 Third Cavalry 48:1:47 (see also Journals of James S. McClellan, 1st Sgt., Company H, 3rd Cavalry; Third US Cavalry) Third Regiment of Colorado Troops 46:1:7 Third US Cavalry 38:2:211; 44:1:7; 44:2:163, 169, 179; 45:1:34-35 Third US Volunteers 32:1:227 Thirteenth 44:2:160-161, 163, 165 Thirteenth Cavalry 18:1:33 Thirtieth Infantry 18:1:8; 40:2:170 Thirty-sixth Infantry 30:2:138 Torrey’s Rough Riders (see Second U.S. Volunteer Cavalry) transportation prior to railroads 23:1:39 Twelfth Missouri Cavalry 27:2:145, 149, 151-153 Twentieth Indiana Volunteers 65:1:8 Twentieth Infantry 18:1:45 Twenty-first Regiment, Company I 46:1:58; 56:1:58 Twenty-fourth Infantry 18:1:29 uniforms 18:1:12, 14 (see also U.S. Army Uniforms and Equipment, 1889 by the Quartermaster General of the Army) US Army Air Corps 62:3:132-139 US Army Coast Artillery Corps 48:2:171 US Cavalry 66:3:33 US Military Academy 48:2:277 (see also West Point) U.S. Strategic Air Force (see History of the U.S. Strategic Air Force Bases in Morocco) Ute Uprising 4:2:170 Virginia Cavalry (see medical statistics) Wagon Box Fight 44:2:144; 55:1:41 Walker’s War (1853) 31:2:222 War Department 58:2:18 Warren Air Force Base (see F.E. Warren Air Force Base) West Point (see U.S. Military Academy) Wounded Knee 17:1:4, 12 Wyoming National Guard (Company B) 37:1:53; (Company G) 38:1:63; 50:1:32; 54:2:5 Wyoming State Guard (see MILITARY: Girl’s Militia)

Military Command at Fort Laramie by John Dishon McDermott and Gordon Chappell 38:1:5-48

Military Posts in Nebraska Territory Which Later Became Wyoming Department of the West 17:2:170

Military Posts in the Powder River Country of Wyoming by Robert A. Murray, review 41:1:143-144

Military Posts of Wyoming by Robert A. Murray, review 47:2:245-246

Military Service in Mexico by John M. Watson 8:2:555-560

Milk Creek Canyon 16:2:101

Milk Creek Crossing, Wyoming 16:1:77

Milk Creek Divide 16:2:102, 105-106

Milk Creek, Wyoming 16:1:75, 77; 16:2:93, 98, 101, 106, 112, 119

Milk River 18:1:62; 44:2:170

Milk River (Montana) 41:1:55; 59:1:15-17, 19-21, photo 22, 23-26

Mill & Mine by H. Lee Scamehorn 66:1&2:62-63

Mill Iron Open brand 29:2:151, 156

Mill, Jacob 10:1:13

Millar, Mary Ethel (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Millar, William L. H. 21:2/3:190

Millard, Allie Hall 26:1:58, 61

Millard, C. M. S. 47:1:45-47, 53, 58 (see also Hugh Kirkendall’s Wagon Train on the Bozeman Trail, 1866: Letters of C. M. S. Millard)

Millard County, Utah Territory 26:2:157, 167

Millard, L. A. (Mrs.) 26:1:59; 27:2:221, 230; 39:1:137

Millard, Lyle A. 26:1:59; 27:2:221, 230

Miller (Doctor) 32:1:44, 56

Miller (Sheriff) (see Sioux Indians held in Douglas, Wyoming jail for murder of Sheriff Miller of Weston County)

Miller 17:2:93; 30:2:211

Miller, A. B. 32:1:23, 31; 53:1:9

Miller, Ada Kirk (Mrs.) 44:1:8

Miller, Adam 12:3:223-224

Miller, Adolph 44:1:91

Miller, Alfred Jacob 21:2/3:175; 25:1:78, 80; 29:2:157; 35:2:205; 46:1:133; 48:1:79-80, 100; 58:2:5; 64:1:24 (see also Fort Laramie of Alfred Jacob Miller)

Miller, Amos D. 16:2:121

Miller and Pfeiffer 21:2/3:208

Miller, Andrew 64:2:49

Miller, Arthur (Mrs.) 27:1:114

Miller, Bert (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Miller, Bert 26:2:112

Miller, Bertha A. (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Miller, Billy (Sheriff) 21:2:148

Miller, Carl F. 33:2:127

Miller, Charles "Charlie" 47:1:47-48, 57; 57:1:2-3

Miller Creek Springs 29:2:138

Miller Crossing 39:1:116

Miller, Dave 16:1:80

Miller, David (Mrs.) 23:1:76

Miller, David 19:1:36; 23:1:75-76; 29:2:156

Miller, David B. (see review of Tending the Talking Wire: A Buck Soldier’s View of Indian Country)

Miller, David E. 45:1:131 (see also Parting of the Ways on the Oregon Trail-The East Terminal of the Sublette Cutoff)

Miller, David Humphreys (see Custer’s Fall: The Indian Side of the Story)

Miller, David, Jr. 23:1:76

Miller, Donald C. (see Ghost Towns of Wyoming)

Miller, Effie (Mrs.) 21:2/3:121

Miller, Ellen Ellisin (Miss) 35:1:25

Miller homestead 41:1:137

Miller, I. C. 15:3:281; 16:1:80

Miller, I. K. 31:2:235

Miller, Ida 22:2:106

Miller, Ike 44:1:8

Miller, Isaac C. photo 61:2:41, 42-44, photos 45-46, 47, photo 48; 44:1:5, 7, 16 (see also Isaac C. Miller: Events in the Life of a "High-Toned" Dane)

Miller, Jacob A. 25:1:78, 80

Miller, James Knox 34:2:239

Miller, Jeanette Cheeseman 61:1:41

Miller, Jonas 32:1:55-56

Miller, Joseph 15:2:173-174; 17:2:92; 43:2:293 (see also Arizona Cavalcade)

Miller, L. 28:2:133

Miller, Lael (Mrs. Neal E.) 27:2:230; 31:2:234-235

Miller, Leslie A. (Governor) 5:2&3:123; 12:4:270-272; 25:1:74; 26:2:130; 42:2:153; 44:2:250-251, 253; 45:1:73, 78; 45:2:181, 195; 48:2:174-175, 177, 179-180, 182-183, 195, 223, 225, 229-230, 232; 49:2:184, 200-203, 205-208, 211, 214-217, 219-221; 50:1:35, 39-40, 42-43, 48-52, photo 54, 57; 53:2:19; 54:1:54; 58:2:23, 28; 61:1:5-6

Miller, Louis (Mrs.) 17:1:83

Miller, Louis 15:3:248; 17:1:81, 83; 39:2:178; 62:1:30, 36, 60

Miller, Mamie 44:1:8

Miller, Mark E. (see Isaac C. Miller: Events in the Life of a "High-Toned’ Dane)

Miller, Mary Elizabeth 31:2:248

Miller, Mildred (Mrs.) 25:1:64, 66, 70, 76, 79; 27:2:225

Miller Mountain 12:3:224

Miller, Neal E. 26:2:217; 30:2:236; 32:2:247, 249, 252; 33:1:73, 101; 39:1:130, 134, 136-137; 50:1:175 (see also Gold Rush Diary; review of Jesuits and the Indian Wars of the Far Northwest; review of Soldier and Brave; Wilderness Kingdom. The Journals and Paintings of Father Nicholas Point; Wyoming State Historical Society, President’s Message)

Miller, Neva (Mrs.) 31:1:116-117

Miller, Robert 25:1:69, 76, 79

Miller, Robert E. 42:2:155-159; 44:1:91, 100; 44:2:243, 254

Miller, Rollie E. (Mrs.) 12:1:82

Miller, Russell (see Robert Miller and Company)

Miller, S. N. 25:1:57

Miller, Steve 64:2:54-55

Miller, T. L. 42:1:58-59

Miller, Thomas O. 27:2:230

Miller, Tim R. (see Politics of a Cowboy Culture)

Miller, Toby 28:1:50; 37:1:89 (see also RANCHES)

Miller, Vego 22:2:30

Miller, W. H. 15:3:285

Miller, William H. (Private) 32:2:232

Miller, William H. (Sheriff) 49:1:6-7, photo 8, 9-11, 13, 15, 17-21

Millery, Toby (see Miller, Toby)

Milligan, Bill 42:1:82

Milliken 33:2:198

Milliken, J. A. 25:2:209

Milliken, John 19:1:31

Million Dollar Contract 33:2:204

Millner 25:1:85

Mills (Doctor) 33:2:170

Mills 32:1:121; 36:2:217; 45:1:44-45

Mills, Alex 46:1:116

Mills, Anson (Captain; Colonel) 18:1:19; 41:1:96, 98-100; 45:1:104, 106; 57:1:25

Mills, Benjamin B. 17:1:56; 18:2:111, 122, photo 134, 135

Mills, C. Lee (see Absaroka. The Land and People)

Mills, C. C. 59:2:41

Mills, Charles Franklin (Mrs.) 39:1:78, 98

Mills, Charles Franklin 39:1:72, 95, 98, 103

Mills, Charles K. (Mrs.) 34:2:176

Mills, E. E., photo by 65:4:28

Mills, Eda 39:1:102

Mills, H. E. 5:2&3:122

Mills, J. 41:1:10

Mills, Luther C. 27:2:230

Mills, Morris H. 3:3:191 (see also Union Pacific Railroad in the Early Days)

Mills, Ralph 25:1:45

Mills, Robert (see Adventures of an Englishman in Cummins City: Letters from Robert Mills)

Mills, Robert Scowfield 60:2:34, photo 35, 36-43

Mills, S. L. (Mrs.) 5:2:78; 5:2&3:120 (see also Wyoming Trail Blazer)

Mills, S. R. 27:2:230

Mills, Tom 28:2:188

Mills, William A. 1:3:20

Milner and Davis (dairymen) 17:1:56

Milner, Clyde A., II (see With Good Intentions: Quaker Work Among the Pawnees, Otos, and the Omahas in the 1870s)

Milner, Moses E. 50:1:144 (see also California Joe)

Milton, Sam 60:2:17-18

Milward, J. B. 45:1:17

Milwaukee and Wyoming Investment Company 16:1:64

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 66:1&2:2, 75

Miner and Warren (sheep growers) 20:1:7

Miner Bill 38:1:97

Miner, Craig H. (see review of Prehistoric Hunters of the High Plains)

mineral resources 22:1:50-52, 61-62

Mineral Trust Fund (see Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund)

mineralogists 26:2:196

minerals 8:4:633-641; 12:2:130-143 (see also Carbon County Copper; History of Carbon; Wonderful Wyoming)

miners 19:1:26 (see also mining)

Miners, Verne T. 27:2:230

Miner’s Delight 32:2:259; 44:1:25-55; 44:2:159, 280; 65:4:50 (see also Miner’s Delight, Wyoming)

Miner’s Delight Dining Room 44:2:282

Miner’s Delight, Investor’s Despair. The Ups and Downs of a Sub-marginal Mining Camp in Wyoming by Robert A. Murray 44:1:25-55

Miner’s Delight lode 40:2:229-230, 235

Miner’s Delight Mine 14:4:296

Miner’s Delight stamp mill 40:2:237

Miner’s Delight, Wyoming 29:2:158; 30:1:43, 48; 56:2:29, 31-32 (see also Hamilton City, Wyoming)

Mini-Aku photo 39:2:257 (see also Mini-Aku, Daughter of Spotted Tail; Sioux)

Mini-aku. Daughter of Spotted Tail by Wilson O. Clough 39:2:187-216

Minia Kurrin (see Mini-aku)

Minimick (see Sand Hill)

mining 15:2:178-180; 16:1:75, 178-180; 18:2:144; 19:1:25-26; 22:1:73-74; 23:1:19-20; 25:2:190-205; 26:2:212; 27:1:32, 35-42; 29:2:158; 30:1:43, 48, 58, 63, 74, 85-86; 66:1&2:62-63 (see also Battle for Butte, Mining and Politics on the Northern Frontier, 1864-1906; Bonanza Kings: The Social Origins and Business Behavior of Western Mining Entrepreneurs, 1870-1900; Deep Enough: A Working Stiff in the Western Mine Camps; FIRSTS: mining town; History of Carbon, Wyoming’s First Mining Town; hydraulic mining elevator drawing; Mill & Mine; Miner’s Delight, Investor’s Despair. The Ups and Downs of a Sub-marginal Mining Camp in Wyoming; No Step Backward: Women and Family on the Rocky Frontier; Saloon on the Rocky Mountain Mining Frontier; So Much to be Done: Women Settlers on the Mining and Ranching Frontier; Statistics of Mines and Mining in the States and Territories West of the Rocky Mountains; Woebegone Miners of Wyoming: A History of Coal Mine Disasters in the Equality State)

mining safety 64:1:27-28 (see also Coal Mine Explosions at Almy, Wyoming: Their Influence on Wyoming’s First Coal Mining Safety Laws)

Mining Journal 65:4:56, 59

Mining Town: The Photographic Record of T. N. Barnard and Nellie Stockbridge from the Coeur d’Alenes by Patricia Hart and Ivar Nelson, review 57:2:50-51

Minioto, David 42:1:101

Minitare (see Minitaree)

Minitaree 17:1:6; 17:2:113

Minneapolis (Minnesota) 66:3:65

Minneapolis, Minnesota 26:1:20

Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railroad (see Soo Line)

Minneconjou Sioux 32:2:223; 42:1:84-85; 43:1:82; 48:1:113, 124 (see also Sioux)

Minnesota 66:1&2:75

Minnesota uprising 19:1:26

Minnick, Ben 52:2:49, 53

Minnies Gap 50:2:335, 341, 343

Minor, Philip 24:2:95

Minta, T. O. 8:4:641

Minta, Thomas O. 19:1:27

Minto, John 22:2:53

Minuteman missile (see MILITARY: ICBM)

Minutes, Wyoming State Historical Society 25th Annual Meeting 51:1:147-153

Miotte, A. 17:2:147

Miskimins, William "Bump" 26:1:81

Misperception and Policy: A Case Study Based on the Annual Reports of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1829-1890 by Robert L. Munkres 58:2:10-21

missiles (see MILITARY)

Mission Sixty-six (66) 22:1:16

Mission Station photo 38:2:217

missionary houses 15:3:296

Missionary Society (see Congregational Missionary Society)

Mississippi Valley (see Kinsmen of Another Kind: Dakota-White Relations in the Upper Mississippi Valley, 1650-1862)

Mississippi 65:4:46

Mississippi River 21:2/3:130; 32:1:36; 33:2:204; 65:2/3:14; 66:1&2:27; 66:4:4 (see also Lost America, From the Mississippi to the Pacific; Our New West. Records of Travel Between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean; Spanish War Vessels on the Mississippi, 1792-1796)

Mississippi steamboats painting 23:1:99

Mississippi Valley 66:4:45

Missouri 26:2:183; 31:2:222; 65:1:15, 47; 65:2/3:22 (see also From the Missouri to the Great Salt Lake: An Account of Overland Freighting; Journal of William Riley Franklin to California from Missouri in 1850)

Missouri 66:1&2:12; 66:3:41

Missouri Bill 11:1:23-24

Missouri Buttes 36:2:235

Missouri Cook 65:2/3:23

Missouri Ferry 47:1:7

Missouri Fur Company 1:1:4; 15:2:135; 15:3:200-201, 205, 210-211, 218; 17:2:89-91; 46:1:130; 55:1:53

Missouri Historical Society 2:1:20; 4:1:271; 4:2:320

Missouri Indians17:2:137

Missouri Republic 21:2/3:117

Missouri Republican 58:2:6

Missouri River 17:2:123, 126-127, 131, 139, 142-143; 21:2/3:125, 135; 32:1:5, 28-35, 43, 187; 33:1:92; 33:2:160, 163-164, 168; 46:1:124; 48:1:110; 65:1:8, 23, 51; 65:2/3:2, 6-7, 12, 14, 16, 19; 66:3:2 (see also Three Forks; Three Forks of the Missouri; Upper Missouri; Upper Missouri River)

Missouri River Basin reclamation project (see Pick-Sloan Missouri River Basin reclamation project)

Missouri River Crossing 46:1:50

Missouri River dam controversy 66:3:61

Missouri River Fur Trading Company 22:2:31

Missouri Valley 33:2:160

Missouri Valley, Iowa 19:1:6

Missourians 31:2:182

Mister, You Got Yourself a Horse: Tales of Old-Time Horse Trading by Roger L. Welsch, review 55:2:44

Misty Moon Lake 30:1:9

Mitalsky, Frank 8:2:564

Mitchel, George (see Mitchell Brothers)

Mitchell Brothers 18:2:131

Mitchell, Dannie 34:1:46-47; 45:2:155

Mitchell, David D. (Superintendent of Indian Affairs) 17:1:6; 25:2:163, 168, 171, 175; 26:1:68; 41:1:59; 49:1:96, 99; 50:1:161; 56:2:26-27

Mitchell, Fergie 37:2:224, 231

Mitchell, George 42:2:262 (see also George Mitchell, An Interview at the HR Ranch)

Mitchell, George, Jr. 42:2:262

Mitchell, George Robert, Jr. 16:1:64

Mitchell, Lyman 31:1:10-11, 26; 31:2:147, 172-173, 188; 32:2:192

Mitchell, Maude Dildine (Mrs.) 25:2:211, 213

Mitchell, Minnie A. (Mrs.) (State Auditor) 27:1:97; 27:2:230; 48:2:226, 236

Mitchell, Palmer 49:2:202

Mitchell Pass, Nebraska 23:1:58; 65:2/3:13

Mitchell, Robert B. (General) 17:1:8; 27:2:143; 61:2:17-18

Mitchell, Sandy (see Mitchell Brothers)

Mitchell, "Doc" (Mrs.) 33:2:190

Mitchell, "Doc" 33:1:67; 33:2:188, 190

Mix, Charles E. (Commissioner) 27:1:66-73, 75-83; 27:2:167, 209; 28:1:90; 29:1:99; 43:1:79, 86; 58:2:15, 18

Mix, Tom 26:2:134

Mizner (General) 37:1:43, 52; 41:1:105

Mizner, Harry (Captain) 33:1:82

Mizner, Henry R. (Colonel; General) 18:1:20, 55; 21:2/3:189-190; photo 30:2:130; 37:1:43, 52; 41:1:105

Mizner, John K. (Lieutenant) 35:1:6

Moberly, W. E. 26:2:217; 27:1:112

Mobley, Myrtle (see Montana. An Illustrated History)

Mockler, Esther (Mrs. Frank C.) 26:1:92; 27:2:230; 30:2:228-229; 33:2:220

Mockler, Frank C. 27:2:230; 30:1:105, 111

Moddy, Ralph (see Stagecoach West)

Model Concert Hall 39:1:26

Modelski, Andrew M. (see Railroad Maps of North America: The First One Hundred Years)

modern art 66:1&2:37

Modernism 66:1&2:36

Modoc claim 43:2:262

Moe, J. B. 47:1:78, 81

Moeller (Mr. And Mrs.) 32:1:76

Moeller, Clara 35:2:142

Moeller, G. E. A. 35:2:131, 142

Moellman, Fredrick 48:1:86

Moembugae 39:2:254

Moer (Mrs. John) 33:1:81, 88

Moer, John 33:1:80

Moffat 22:1:81

Moffat Railroad 16:2:90

Moffett Company 30:2:146

Moffett, L. L. 24:2:8

Mohave River 15:3:228

Moir, Jeannie (Miss) 16:1:64

Mokler, Alfred James 22:2:43-44; 23:2:58; 24:2:3, 38; 25:1:95; 25:2:207-208; 28:2:188; 32:2:225; 33:2:214; 37:1:75, 84; 39:2:209, 211-212; 46:1:39, 41, 43; 46:2:174; 48:2:265, 268; 53:1:7 (see also Courtant’s History of Wyoming; History of Natrona County)

Mokler, Edness (Miss) 27:2:230

Mokler, R. J. 65:4:28

Mokler, Verne W. (Mrs.) 32:2:238

Mokler, Verne W. 28:2:180-186; 32:2:238

Molesworth, Tom 61:1:6

Moley, Raymond 45:1:70

Moline, John Peter 56:1:44

Moline, Nels A. 56:1:44-45, 49

Mollhausen, Heinrich Baldwin 48:1:83-84

Molling, Corrine 54:1:28

MOM 49:2:200, 215, 221

Momaday, N. Scott 46:1:75

Mommoth lode 40:2:229, 235

Monadnock Building (Chicago, Illinois) 65:4:28

Monaghan, Annie (Mrs.) 17:1:82

Monaghan, Jay 27:1:123-125 (see also Custer: The Life of General George Armstrong Custer; Great Rascal)

Monaghan, Ted 25:1:78-79

Monahan, Deane (Captain) 44:2:163; 50:1:144; 53:2:48, 61

Monarch Engineering (Denver, Colorado) 58:2:47

Monarch, Wyoming 29:2:158

Monash, Paul 64:1:25

Moncrieffe Collection 66:4:31

Moncrieffe, Malcolm 30:1:23; 66:1&2:25

Moncrieffe Papers 66:4:28-29

Moncrieffe Ranch (see RANCHES)

Moncrieffe, William 66:1&2:25

Mondell, Frank W. (Congressman) 11:3:234; 19:1:38; 29:2:110, 140-141, 147; 22:2:43; 24:2:26; 28:1:7, 11-12, 18; 31:1:43; 31:2:128; 34:1:15, 21, 24, 27; 35:2:230; 37:2:184, 199, 202, 205; 40:1:50; 41:2:169; 42:2:158; 43:1:7, 13; 44:2:242; 45:2:184; 49:1:15-16; 50:2:322; 53:2:4, 6, 11, 15; photo 66:3:45, 47

Mondell Revisory Law (1909) 58:1:41

Mondell, Wyoming 29:2:159

Moneka (see Mini-aku)

Moni, Dick 29:2:209

Monica (see Mini-aku)

Monida (Montana) 66:4:55

Monida Pass 19:2:66

Monida-Yellowstone-Western Stage Company 65:1:38, 49

Monitor Stage Coach 38:1:97

Monk, Janice (see Western Women: Their Land, Their Lives)

Monkers, George A. 55:1:46

Monnett, W. J. (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Monnett, Walter J. "Walt" 14:4:319; 15:1:66; 27:2:230; 28:2:211

Mono 25:2:146 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

monometallism 66:3:39, 46

Monroe Company 31:2:148

Monroe, LeBaron 51:2:56

Montabe, Marie 24:1:102

Montana 19:2:66; 23:1:22-23; 59:1:15-17, 19-26; 65:2/3:6-7, 10, 13-14; 65:4:25, 75 (see also Cheyennes of Montana; Governor’s Wife on the Mining Frontier. The Letters of Mary Edgerton from Montana, 1863-1865; North to Montana! Bullwackers and Mule Skinners on the Montana Trail)

Montana 66:1&2:2, 12, 18; 66:3:16, 29, 56, 59; 66:4:39, 43, 54, 56-57, 78

Montana Department of Livestock 66:4:44

Montana experiment stations 66:4:45

Montana goldfields 57:1:48, 50; 66:1&2:5

Montana Highway Department 10:3:144

Montana Historical Society 65:1:38, 41-42, 47, 52-53

Montana Images of the Past by William E. Farr and K. Ross Toole, review 51:1:155-156

Montana lode 40:2:229, 234

Montana Past edited by Michael P. Malone and Richard P. Roeder, review 42:2:281-282

Montana politics (see Tensleep and No Rest)

Montana Road, Bozeman Trail 38:2:137

Montana State College Library 27:2:230

Montana State University Libraries 27:2:230; 65:1:41, 45, 53

Montana State University10:2:95; 65:1:2, 36, 40-42, 46, 48, 50, 52-53 (see also Haynes Room)

Montana Stockgrowers Association 19:2:75

Montana stockmen 66:4:43

Montana Territory 16:1:51; 23:2:30-31; 65:1:47; 65:2/3:11; 66:4:7

Montana, the Magazine of Western History 66:1&2:25; 66:4:6, 57

Montana Trail (see Bozeman Trail; North to Montana! Bullwackers and Mule Skinners on the Montana Trail)

Montana. An Illustrated History by Myrtle Mockle, review 41:2:287-288

Montana: A History of Two Centuries by Michael P. Malone, Richard B. Roeder, and William L. Lang, review 49:1:146-147; 64:3/4:62-63

Montana’s Righteous Hangmen: The Vigilantes in Action edited by Lew L. Gallaway, Jr., review 55:1:61

Montero, Antonio 55:1:35

Montezuma, Carlos (see Carlos Montezuma and the Changing World of American Indians)

Montgomery (Captain) 16:2:118; 44:2:217

Montgomery, Alabama 64:3/4:22

Montgomery, Bertha (Mrs.) 27:2:239

Montgomery, Billy "Bullhead" 37:2:226-227

Montgomery, Elizabeth Lange 39:1:103

Montgomery, Isabelle 37:1:31

Montgomery, James (Sergeant) 16:2:105, 121

Montgomery, John 12:2:162

Montgomery, Nannie (Mrs.) 39:1:101

Montgomery, Robert H. (Captain) 50:1:145

Montgomery, Roy 54:1:54

Montgomery, Ruby 32:2:238

Montgomery, S. H. 16:1:39

Montgomery, Sharp M. 39:1:101

Montgomery, Thomas J. 1:1&2:20

Montrose 18:2:115

Montrose, J. W. (Doctor) 22:2:34

Montross, R. J. (Lieutenant) 51:2:40

Monument Hill 49:2:274

Monuments and Markers to the Territorial Surveys by Ellis L. Yochelson 43:1:113-124

Moody, J. Randle (see History of the Meeteetse Mercantile)

Moody, John 38:1:100

Moody, William H. (Associate Justice) 53:2:7

Moon, Charles F. 27:2:230

Moon, James, Sr. 25:2:201

Moon, Maryanna 3:1:108

Moon of the Big Hunt 22:2:4

Moon, Tom (see Randall, G. C.)

Mooney, J. Will 30:2:181-182

Mooney, James 41:1:54 (see also Indian Man: A Biography of James Mooney)

Mooney, M. 15:3:284

Moonlight, Thomas (Colonel; Governor) 8:3:570; 11:4:251-253; 35:2:162; 37:1:7-8, 11; 37:2:159, 178, 180-182; 39:2:178; 46:1:11, 33; 53:2:40; 55:2:20-21; 65:4:52-53; 66:1&2:20 (see also Administration of Governor Thomas Moolight)

moonshiners (see Back in the Moonshine Days)

Moor, Ross W. (Mrs.) 27:1:112; 27:2:230

Moorcroft 34:1:24

Moorcroft Branch Library 25:2:211

Moorcroft, Wyoming 28:1:6-7; 30:2:148

Moore 26:2:141; 49:2:282

Moore, Alexander (Captain) 38:1:26, 43, 46; 41:1:96-97

Moore, Alice (diary) 41:1:63-71, photo 72, 73-81 (see also Last Eden. The Diary of Alice Moore at the XX Ranch)

Moore, Asa 21:2/3:201; 64:3/4:62-63

Moore, Austin L. 41:1:142 (see also Fossil Hunting in the Big Horn Basin; Last Eden. The Diary of Alice Moore at the XX Ranch)

Moore, Carl 41:2:277 (see also Joseph Christopher O’Mahoney: A Brief Biography)

Moore, Charles 26:1:57

Moore, Charles B. 22:2:55

Moore, Charles C. 27:2:230; 45:1:20, 24

Moore, Coral 41:1:66

Moore, Dan (see Shoot Me A Biscuit. Stories of Yesteryear’s Roundup Cooks)

Moore, David (Colonel) 28:2:193, 195

Moore, Diane Louise 64:3/4:12

Moore, Dinty 17:1:69, 71-72

Moore, Ealy 21:1:96-98

Moore, Edward, Jr. 48:2:183

Moore, Edward S. 17:1:84; 22:2:42

Moore family (see Dale Creek Camp of the Moore Family looking toward Sunset Cliff photo)

Moore, Frank 65:1:24, 289

Moore, Frank L. (diary) 36:1:22-23; 41:1:66 (see also Fossil Hunting in the Big Horn Basin. The Diary of Frank L. Moore, 1889)

Moore, Frank L. (Mrs.) 20:2:180

Moore, Frankie 16:2:162

Moore, George W. 60:2:33

Moore, Grayce (see Farthing, Grayce)

Moore, J. K. 2:4:78

Moore, J. K., Jr. 38:1:118 (see also Lander Cutoff; Post Trader and Indian Trader Tokens)

Moore, J. K., Sr. 19:1:66; 26:1:57-60, 63-64, 91; 26:2:217, 210, 214, 220; 27:2:131-132, 239; 31:1:33, 87

Moore, Jackson W., Jr. (see Bent’s Old Fort. An Archeological Study)

Moore, James 32:2:251; 47:2:242; 64:2:36-44

Moore, James A. (Lieutenant Colonel) 17:1:56, 63

Moore, James K. 51:1:105-106, 112; 53:2:51-52, photo 55, 57-60; 59:2:31

Moore, James Kerr, Jr. 27:2:131-135, 230, 239, 250

Moore, Jim 32:2:164, 166

Moore, Joe 39:2:259

Moore, Julius 16:2:102, 113, 122-123; 38:2:210

Moore, Lee (Mrs.) 34:1:46

Moore, Lee 2:3:60; 3:3:191; 4:4:408

Moore, Leroy (see Unthank Story)

Moore, Louella 1:3:20

Moore, Margaret 37:1:31

Moore, Mary 55:2:31

Moore, Olga Mary 54:1:28 (see also Legend of Lake DeSmet)

Moore, Roger 41:1:66

Moore, Samuel Preston (Doctor) 58:2:7, 9

Moore, Tom 16:2:117-118; 37:2:221

Moore, William Howard 58:1:68 (see also Pietism and Progress: James H. Hayford and the Wyoming Anti-Gambling Tradition, 1869-1893; review of Fair Chance for a Free People: Karl E. Mundt, United States

Senator; review of New Deal for the American People; Voice in the Wilderness: H.V. Rominger and the

Social Gospel in the West)

Moorehouse, Frank 26:2:212

Moorhead, Minnesota 50:2:216; 65:1:37

Moorman, Madison Berryman 21:2/3:115-116; 42:1:22

Moose (Wyoming) 66:4:77

Mopeah 27:2:202 (see also Bannock)

Moquis 26:1:79

Mora, Jo (see Trail Dust and Saddle Leather)

moral reform 26:1:14-16

Moran 42:2:168, 178

Moran, Breck 55:2:13, 15

Moran, Ellen (Mrs.) 21:2/3:231

Moran, John 37:2:225

Moran, Nina 10:1:41; 49:2:181-182; 50:1:174

Moran, Peter 15:1:75, 80, 82

Moran, Rodes 30:2:214

Moran, Thomas 14:4:153, 260-261, 279; 15:1:71-84; 34:2:179; 39:2:175; 44:1:88; 48:1:79, 90; 66:1&2:2 (see also Thomas Moran’s Journey to the Tetons )

Morapos Creek, Wyoming 16:1:77

Morapos trail 16:1:77; 16:2:101, 107, 110

Moravian Movement 58:1:9

More Burrs Under the Saddle: Books and Histories of the West by Ramon F. Adams, review 51:2:72

More History of Virginia Dale by Mrs. W.J. Logan, Sr. 33:1:80-82

More than One Coal Road to Zion: The Utah Territory’s Efforts to Ease Dependency on Wyoming Coal by M. Guy

Bishop 60:1:8-16

Moreland, D. C. 44:1:32

Moreland, Jesse (Reverend) 22:2:55

Morely 33:2:205

Moreton Frewen and the Populist Revolt by David M. Emmons 35:2:155-173

Morgan (Mrs.) 42:2:214

Morgan (Senator) 37:1:39

Morgan 4:2:213; 47:2:176-177; 53:2:23

Morgan, Arthur G. 35:2:187-188, 196, 198

Morgan, Bill 47:1:5 (see also Sand Creek Station)

Morgan, Billy 16:2:93, 98

Morgan Canyon 16:2:122

Morgan, Catherine Agnes 42:1:58, 65, 71-73

Morgan, Clara Alma 33:1:46-47; 42:1:60, 67-68

Morgan, Dale L. 21:2/3:108-109, 168; 25:2:141-189; 26:1:65-80, 105; 26:2:141-190, 223-224; 27:1:61-88; 27:2:198-220; 28:1:809-893; 28:2:192-207; 29:1:86-102, 120-121; 29:2:195-226; 30:1:53-59; 32:1:139 (see also Ferries of the Forty-Niners; Ferries of the Forty-niners, Part III, Sections I and American West, 1540- 1854; Jediah Smith and the Opening of the West; Mormon Ferry on the North Platte; Overland Diary of James A. Pritchard from Kentucky to California in 1849; West of William H. Ashley; Beginning of the West: Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West, 1540-1854)

Morgan, Dan (see Alias Dan Davis-Alias Dan Morgan)

Morgan, Dave 16:2:122-123

Morgan, David P. (see Diesels West!)

Morgan, Drucilla (Mrs.) 39:1:74, 98, 101-102

Morgan, E. S. N. 35:2:131; photo 37:1:4, 5, 14; 51:2:18

Morgan, Ed 26:1:31

Morgan, Edmund George 42:1:60, 69-71

Morgan, Edna 42:1:70

Morgan, Edward 12:3:246

Morgan, Elliot S. N. 12:3:184; 16:1:50; 16:2:152-153; 20:1:75-76

Morgan, Emma (Mrs.) 42:1:70

Morgan, Ethel 42:1:71

Morgan, Floyd 27:1:114

Morgan, Fred 12:3:246

Morgan, George 33:1:46 (see also George Morgan, Pioneer Importer and Breeder of American Herefords)

Morgan, George Forbes, Sr. 33:1:89; 36:2:194-195; photo 42:1:following 56, 58, 65, 71

Morgan, George Frederick photo 42:1:page following 56, 57-76

Morgan, George H. (Lieutenant) 1:2:4

Morgan, Gertrude 37:1:31

Morgan, Harvey 22:2:86-87; 26:1:52; 26:2:209, 212

Morgan, Herbert, Jr. (Colonel) 64:3/4:21, 23

Morgan, I. J. 45:2:147

Morgan, J. L. 19:2:99

Morgan, J. P. (Sergeant) 64:3/4:183

Morgan, James 35:2:182, 193; 39:1:21

Morgan, Jesse 31:2:186

Morgan, Joe 16:2:122

Morgan, John 17:1:81; 60:2:29

Morgan, Julia Redman 42:1:58, 72

Morgan, Lillie M. photo 17:2:158

Morgan, M. R. (Brevette Brigadier General) 36:2:183

Morgan, Mary Ann 21:2/3:119

Morgan Mining and Improvement Company 42:1:64

Morgan, Nicholas G. 24:1:102

Morgan, Noel (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Morgan, O. C. 24:2:87; 27:1:21

Morgan, Platte 42:2:214

Morgan, R. E. 21:2/3:197

Morgan, Rachel 29:1:80

Morgan, Sarah Workman 42:1:64

Morgan, Thomas J. 42:1:64; 46:1:33; 58:2:12, 16, 18

Morgan, Tom (Mrs.) 28:2:211

Morgan, Tom 16:2:93, 98

Morgareidge (Mrs.)

Morgareidge, Charlie 26:1:47-48; 31:2:201

Morgareidge, Ivan 32:2:209

Morgareidge, Jim 32:2:209

Morgareidge, W. W. 32:1:93, 95

Morgaridge (see Morgareidge)

Morgenstern, George 64:1:24

Moriarity (Mr.) 66:3:29

Moriarty, Tom (Mrs.) 26:1:92

Morill, Charles 40:1:88

Morino, Hernando 60:2:19

Morman Pioneer Park 21:2/3:111, 121

Morman vanguard 21:2/3:177; 30:1:47, 50

Mormans 1:1:6; 4:1:261-263; 12:3:229-231, 237-240 (see also Colonization of the Big Horn Basin by the Mormons; History and Journals of the Life and Travels of Jesse W. Crosby)

Mormon Bend 39:1:126

Mormon Campaign 16:1:34-44

Mormon Canyon 28:2:173

Mormon Church 21:2/3:112, 118

Mormon colonization 20:1:91; 24:2:87 (see also Green River area)

Mormon difficulties with Indians (see Washakie and the Shoshoi)

Mormon difficulties with mountain men 26:2:158, 161-163, 182

Mormon difficulties with non-Mormons 25:2:182-189

Mormon emigrants 32:1:65

Mormon Ferry 21:2/3:113; 25:2:126; 26:1:6-8; 27:2:176-177; 28:2:181; 29:1:68, 72; 30:2:206; 31:1:12-32; 31:2:145-148, 150-152, 158, 160, 162-163, 167-169, 172-173, 176-179, 186-189, 216 (see FERRIES; Mormon Ferry on the North Platte)

Mormon Ferry by Joseph M. Adams 42:1:89

Mormon Ferry on the North Platte by Dale L. Morgan 21:2/3:111-167

Mormon ferrymen (see FERRIES) 32:1:53, 54, 59-62, 64-65, 69

Mormon Hegira 65:2/3:11

Mormon history (see New Views of Mormon History: A Collection of Essays in Honor of Leonard J. Arrington)

Mormon homes (see Twelve Mormon Homes. Visited in Succession on a Journey Through Utato Arizona)

Mormon mail stations 23:1:70; 28:1:44, 46-48; 31:1:78

Mormon militia 31:2:216

Mormon Mother, An Autobiography by Annie Clark Tanner, review 46:1:155-157

Mormon People, Their Character and Traditions by Thomas G. Alexander, review 54:1:69

Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail 65:2/3:14

Mormon Pioneer Party 21:2/3:118, 120

Mormon pioneers 32:2:167

Mormon Pioneers Meet Jim Bridger by Hazel Nobel Boyack 31:2:215-216

Mormon publications 26:2:166

Mormon Rebellion, 1858 4:1:263

Mormon Role in the Settlement of the West by Richard H. Jackson, review 51:1:164-165

Mormon saints 21:2/3:112, 118

Mormon Settlement 14:1:40 (see also Burlington, Wyoming)

Mormon Thunder: A Documentary History of Jedediah Grant by Gene A. Sessions, review 55:2:41-42

Mormon Trail 16:2:127; 20:1:86; 21:2/3:178; 22:2:51, 54, 62, 93; 28:1:44-45, 60-62, 66-67; 29:2:179-183; 30:2:198; 31:2:217-218; 32:1:48, 109; 64:3/4:50; 65:2/3:7, 11-14 (see also Bridger Route; Oregon Trail)

Mormon Trail-Council Bluffs Road 65:2/3:13-14

Mormon Wall 26:2:209

Mormon War 32:1:120; 33:1:92; 33:2:165, 168-170; 43:2:182, 196-199; 44:1:94; 45:1:28

Mormon women (see Dear Ellen. Two Mormon Women and Their Letters)

Mormon X.Y. Express 42:2:260

Mormonism 21:2/3:121

Mormonism and the American Experience by Klaus J. Hansen, review 54:1:73-77

Mormons 16:1:16, 42-43; 17:1:7; 18:2:100, 102; 19:2:76; 22:2:54, 62; 25:2:181-189; 27:1:53,60-61, 64-65, 67-68, 70, 76; 29:1:78, 80; 30:1:30, 47; 31:2:148-149, 153, 163-164, 168, 179, 181, 215-217, 219, 223, 241; 32:1:18-22, 26, 50-51; 32:2:169, 175, 189, 200; 56:1:58; 58:2:5, 34, 36, 43; 59:2:38, 41-42, 44; 65:1:23; 65:2/3:11-14 (see also Story of the Latter-Day Saints; Washakie and the Shoshoi)

Mormons’ Utah Expedition 1:3:6

Mormon’s winter quarters (1847) 21:2/3:177

Morning Herald (Pennsylvania) 50:2:303

Morocco (see History of the U.S. Strategic Air Force Bases in Morocco)

Morphine Charley 13:2:112-122 (see also Reeb, George)

Morran, Frank 19:1:52-53

Morrell, Hiram F. 31:2:222

Morrill Act (1862) 64:1:11

Morrill, Bill 22:1:12

Morrill Land Grant Bill 58:2:31, 37-38 (see also Morrill Law)

Morrill Law 58:2:31, 37-38

Morris (Doctor) 21:1:97

Morris and Hanger 46:1:24

Morris Chapel 38:2:192; 39:1:72, 84, 88

Morris, Cheston, photo 65:4:5

Morris, Edward 62:1:11, 18

Morris, Edward J. Photo 37:1:4, 5

Morris, Edward, Jr. 12:4:288-289

Morris, Ester Hobart photo 1:1:7; 12:1:10; 17:1:83; 18:1:69; 26:1:83-84; 26:2:209; 29:1:36; 30:1:48-49; 34:1:70; 37:1:50, 55-56; 40:1:115; 49:2:188; 52:1:3, 9; photo 56:2:33, 34-36; 59:1:41; 62:1:3, 11, photo 12, 13-16, 18-21, 34-35, 41, 50-51, 55-56, 58-59, 61-63, 69-71 (see also Early History of Fremont County; HISTORICAL MARKERS: Esther Morris Monument)

Morris, Esther 66:3:2

Morris, Isaac N. 32:1:41-42

Morris, Jack 13:1:49

Morris, John 62:1:11, 14, 18

Morris, John A. 34:2:210

Morris Nelson and Company 43:2:212

Morris Presbyterian Church 38:2:186, 191

Morris, Robert 62:1:11-12, 14, 18-20, 41, 61, 63

Morris, Robert C. 19:1:55-56, 58-59; 32:1:127; 50:1:176; 58:2:38 (see also Wyoming Historical Collections)

Morris, Sidney 26:2:138; 33:1:93

Morris, W. L. 13:1:75

Morris, William E. (Mrs.) 38:2:191

Morrisette 37:2:205

Morrison (Deputy U.S. Marshall) 13:2:113, 120, 122

Morrison, Ben 64:2:44

Morrison, Chuck (see Casper Centennial, 1889-1989: Natrona County, Wyoming, 1890-1990)

Morrison Formation 32:2:117

Morrison, James 66:4:53

Morrison, John 18:2:113, 116-117, 128; 37:1:98; 47:1:82

Morrison, John "Pack Saddle Jack" 29:1:56

Morrison, LeRoy 3:1:100

Morrison, May (Mrs.) 17:1:10

Morrison, Moses 33:1:79

Morrison, Pitcairn (Brevette Major General) 36:2:182

Morrison Pocket 44:2:276

Morrison, R. D. 40:2:182-183

Morrison, R. K. 13:1:75

Morrison, W. W. 21:2/3:223; 23:2:30; 24:2:114, 118-119; 25:1:96; 26:2:218; 27:2:168, 189; 28:1:56-58; 28:2:163, 172, 180, 191; 29:1:69-72; 30:1:90; 30:2:198; 32:1:111; 39:2:213 (see also Grattan Massacre; Mary Momsely Grave; Quotes from Various Diaries About "The Red Earth Country’’ Story of Little Mary Kelly)

Morrison-Knudsen 64:3/4:8

Morrow, Andrew 45:1:58-59

Morrow, D. L. 39:1:73

Morrow, E. K. (Mrs.) 25:1:64

Morrow, Henry A. (Lieutenant Colonel; Colonel) 30:1:72, 85; 44:2:161

Morrow, J. B. 49:1:56

Morrow, John A. "Jack" 40:1:113-115; 51:2:46, 48 (see also Jack Morrow)

Morrow, Matthew 56:1:60

Morrows Ranch (see RANCHES)

Morrse, R. A. (Major) 33:2:207

Morse, C. H. 5:2&3:122

Morse, Dick 26:1:52

Morse, Enos 43:1:53

Morse, Glen (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Morse, Richard 20:1:58

Mort, Tom (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Mort, Tom 24:2:114; 27:2:230

Mortenson, A. R. (see Probing the American West)

Mortgaridges (see Morgareidge)

Mortimer, Harold 3:1:111

Morton, B. B. (Mrs.) 11:4:297

Morton, George 64:1:14

Morton, George B. 18:2:149, 151

Morton, Gerald C. (see review of Indian Man: A Biography of James Mooney)

Morton, J. Sterling (see J. Sterling Morton)

Morton, Joy 25:1:87-88; 28:2:128

Morton, Katharine A. (Mrs.) 48:2:173; 58:1:3 (see also Historical Review of Woman Suffrage)

Morton, R. A. (Mrs.) 26:2:219

Morton, S. E. (Mrs.) 19:1:48

Morton, Warren 63:1:25

Morys, G. 19:2:77

Mosby, Sally 4:3:348

Moseley, Michael E. (see Chan Chan: Andean Desert City)

Moses, Israel (Doctor) 31:1:13; 32:1:63

Moses, L. G. (see Indian Man: A Biography of James Mooney)

Moses, Millard 52:2:48, 56

Moses, Sam 45:2:163

Mosgrove (outlaw) 15:1:61

Mosier, Henry 53:2:24

Mosley and Blaisdell Saloon 24:1:77

Moss (Doctor) 25:2:194

Moss, John H. 60:2:45

Moss, O. A. 23:2:46

Mote, Lee (Mrs.) 25:1:88; 28:2:142

Mote, Lee 28:2:131

Mote, Mildred Belle (Mrs.) 28:2:131

mother of woman suffrage 66:3:2 (see Morris, Esther)

mother of Wyoming history 66:3:24 (see also Hebard, Grace Raymond)

Mother Featherlegs Memorial (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Mother Superior Stanislaus Rafter 66:4:10

Mothershead, Harmon Ross 48:2:296 (see also British Investment Public and the Swan Land and Cattle Company; review of On the Cattle Ranges of the Oregon Country; review of Working the Homestake; Swan Land and Cattle Company, Ltd.)

Motion Picture and Country Home (Los Angeles, California) 66:4:33

Moto 26:2:119 (see also Bordeaux, James)

Motobloc 52:1:34-35, 38 (see also automobile)

Mott (Mr. and Mrs.) 22:2:57

Mott, Frank Luther 42:2:157, 165

Mott, Lucretia 22:1:5

Moudy, Mable Cheney (Mrs.) 24:2:117; 26:1:61; 27:2:221, 230

Moulton and Company 17:1:63

Moulton, Francis D. 34:2:198

Moulton, Gary E. (see Atlas of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Vol. 1)

Mound (Wisconsin) 66:3:65

Mount Burney 35:2:224

Mount Darby 22:2:50

Mount Gannett 30:2:172

Mount Holmes Trail 66:4:51

Mount Hope Cemetery (Big Horn, Wyoming) 66:1&2:20

Mount Leidy 15:1:73; 44:1:76

Mount Moran 15:1:73; 44:1:75, 88

Mount Owen 5:2&3:73-74, photo 78 (see also Naming of Mount Owen; To Mount Owen)

Mount Peale 34:2:190

Mount Rainier 65:2/3:26

Mount Rushmore Story by Judith St. George, review 58:2:58

Mount Streeter Coal Mine 16:2:127

Mount Thompson 22:2:50

Mount Washburn 65:1:46

mountain climbers equipment 26:2:209

mountain climbing 30:2:172

Mountain Dell Creek 26:2:185

mountain fever 24:1:28, 84

Mountain Home. The Walker Family Farmstead. Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Robert R. Madden and T. Russell Jones, review 49:2:296-298

mountain lion 17:1:82; 26:1:42-44

Mountain Man: A Narrative of His Career, 1810-1855, His Memorandum Diary, 1845 to 1850; Firearms, Traps and Tools of the Mountain Men; Mountain Man Documentary in the Contra West; Old Bill Williams, Mountain Man)

Mountain Man Documentary as the Contra Western by Patrick McCarthy 59:2:2-7

Mountain Meadow 16:1:40; 27:1:80-81

Mountain Meadows 16:2:127

mountain men 17:2:98; 26:2:151, 158, 161, 167, 181, 183; 26:2:151 (see also Adventures of Alexander Barclay.)

Mountain Men and the Fur Trade of the Far West by Leroy Hafen 65:4:35

mountain sheep 29:2:134-135, 139

Mountain State Telephone and Telegraph Company 4:3:367

Mountain States Radio Company 43:1:23

Mountain States Telephone Company 42:2:160

Mountain Trout House 22:2:65, 67, 70, 72

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

Mountaineer 26:1:57

Mountaineering in the Tetons: The Pioneer Period, 1898-1940 by Fritiof Fryxell, review 51:2:76-77

Mountains of Wyoming 5:2&3:89

Mountain’s Secret by Bess Hilliard Glafcke 1:1:8; 1:1&2:6

Mountford, Al 36:2:191

Mouse River 17:2:125-126

Mouseau 20:1:89; 28:1:45

Mouseau, M. A. 20:1:88; 42:2:257, 259

Mouseau’s road ranch (see RANCHES)

Mousseau, M. 20:2:167

Movable Type, Biography of Legh R. Freeman by Thomas H. Heuterman, review 43:2:74-75

Moving Robe 59:1:51 (see also Sioux)

Mowry (Mr. and Mrs.) 30:2:181

Mowry, John 17:1:78

Moyer brothers 53:1:4

Moyer, Buckskin John 22:2:81

Moyer, Kem 24:1:21

Moyer, Luella Hadley (Mrs.) 27:2:230

Moyer, Ralph 20:1:92

Moyer, S. L. 64:2:56

Moyers, Charley 45:2:153, 156

Moynihan, Ruth B. (see So Much to be Done: Women Settlers on the Mining and Ranching Frontier)

Mr. Smith Goes to Tokyo by Kyoko Hirano and William K. Hosokawa 65:2/3:28

Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Kyte Collection 65:4:16

Mrs. Feeley’s brothel 21:1:21-22; 26:1:13

Mrs. Jack Gardner Museum 65:1:7

Mrs. Joseph E. Stimson at the Cone at Thumb of Lake photo 44:1: page following 16

Mrs. Wallace C. Bond-Sarah Frances Slack 3:3:191; 4:3:354-356; 7:3:443

Mt. Rainier 65:2/3:26

Mt. Sinai Synagogue photo 61:1:26, 27, photo 28

Mt. Woodrow Wilson photo 60:2:5, 6, photo 7, 8

Mud Lake, Idaho 23:1:89

Mud Springs 23:2:24; 34:2:154, 156

Mud Springs, Nebraska 17:1:8

Mud Springs Stage Station 27:1:11, 13

Mud Springs Station 46:1:10; 57:2:30

Mudd, Jack 25:1:74, 77, 79

Muddy Canyon 33:2:204

Muddy Creek 30:2:206; 33:2:207; 34:2:246

Muddy Creek Crossing 35:2:146

Muddy Creek Stage Station 31:2:225

Muddy Creek, Wyoming 16:1:75, 77-78; 17:1:33; 23:2:7, 22, 27; 31:2:173, 177, 186-189, 225

Muddy Gap (Wyoming) 66:1&2:5

Muddy Oil Field 22:1:81

Muddy River 33:2:169, 204

Muddy Valley 34:2:247

Mudock, Victor 20:2:118

Mueller, Carl R. 13:4:388

Mueller, Ellen Crago (see review of Calamity Jane and the Lady Wildcats; review of Jackson Hole Journal)

Muggins (see HORSES AND MULES)

Muir, John 46:1:76

Muirhead, George C. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Mulcey (Private) 30:2:158

Mulder, William 58:2:36

mule race with Indians (see HORSES AND MULES)

mule skinners 18:2:129; 31:2:131 (see also North to Montana! Bullwackers and Mule Skinners on the Montana Trail)

mule trains 31:2:165 (see also HORSES AND MULES)

Mule Creek Junction 38:1:84, 89

Mule Hill 32:2:146, 152

Mule Shoe Ranch (see RANCHES)

Mulford, Ami Frank 45:1:99

Mulhern, Jimmie 24:1:66; 34:1:80

Mulkey 21:2/3:137

Mullally, Pat 12:4:324-332; 39:1:18

Mullane, Jim 45:2:172

Mullen, Ellis 6:1&2:243

Mullen, John (Mrs.) 31:2:235

Mullen, William E. 35:2:195; 41:2:188, 191, photo 202

Mullins, John (Lieutenant) 27:1:59

Mullison, J. H. 19:1:52

Mullison, John 56:1:45-46

Mullowny, J. F. 54:1:64

Mulloy, Kathy 30:2:214

Mulloy, W. (Doctor) 35:2:208

Mulloy, William (Mrs.) 30:2:214, 220

Mulloy, William 29:2:131, 236-237; 30:1:117-118; 30:2:214, 220; 60:2:45

Mumey, Nolie (Doctor) 7:3:444; 25:1:95; 25:2:218, 224-226; 26:1:95, 97; 27:2:230; 29:2:237; 33:2:222 (see also Nathan Addison Baker, 1843-1943)

Mummy Cave 37:1:112; 38:1:107; photo 49:2:44, 45, photos 46-52, 53

Mummy Cave Revisited by Susan Hughes 60:2:44-54

Mummy Joe 38:1:107

Munday (Cheyenne policeman) 15:3:253

Mundt, Karl 66:3:60

Mundt, Karl E. (see Fair Chance for a Free People: Karl E. Mundt, U.S. Senator)

Munger, Ashael 42:1:11-12; 42:2:192-193; 62:2:82

Munger, Eliza 42:2:192, 212; 43:2:220, 232

Munger, Gilbert 48:1:90

Munger, W. 16:1:31

Munich Academy 66:1&2:2

Munich, Germany 66:1&2:2, 75

Munker, Ray 35:2:144

Munkers, Harvey 65:4:33

Munkres (Merchant) 38:1:71

Munkres, Jeannette 65:2/3:27

Munkres, Robert L. 40:1:154; 40:2:282; 42:1:285; 43:2:310; 58:2:61; 65:2/3:2, 10, 15, 27 (see also Ash Hollow: Gateway to the High Plains; Broken Hand and the Indians: A Case Study of Mid-19th Century White Attitudes; Congress and the Indian: The Politics of Conquest; Independence Rock and Devil’s Gate; Misperception and Public Policy: A Case Study of the Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1829-1890; Plains Indian Threat on the Oregon Trail Before 1860; review of Boston-Newton Company Venture; review of Jared Fox’s Memorandum: Kept from Dellton, Sauk County, Wisconsin toward California and Oregon, 1852-1854; review of Journey to California: The Letters of Thaddeus Dean, 1852; review of Organizing the Lakota; Saleratus and Sagebrush: The Oregon Trail Through Wyoming; Soda Springs: Curiosity of the Trail; Wagon Train Animals; Wives, Mothers, Daughters: Women’s Life on the Road West; Wyoming’s Trails: A Centennial Celebration)

Munoz, Jr., Franklin photo by 66:4:4

Munro, James 55:212

Munroe, James (Brevette Colonel) 35:1:7-8, 10

Munroe, John (Lieutenant Colonel) 38:1:13, 43, 46-47

Munsell, J. F. 4:4:407

Munson, Samuel (Captain) 38:1:26, 43; 45:1:34, 36

murals 26:2:131

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

murder 15:1:65; 25:1:57-58 (see also Range Murder; Thompson)

Murdoch, William (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Murdock, Adeline Neiber (see Neiber Stage Stop)

Murdock, Betty Jean 37:1:121

Murdock, Charles W. 61:1:3

Murdock, Joseph 32:1:53-54

Murdock, Maggi Maier review of Federal Land, Western Anger: The Sagebrush Rebellion and Environmental

Politics 66:3:72-73

Murie, Louise 64:1:25

Murie, Margaret Gillette (Mrs. Olaus) 50:2:237-302; 64:1:25

Murie, Olaus J. 44:1:104 (see also Environmental Spokesman: Olaus J. Murie and a Democratic Defense of Wilderness)

Murley, Patrick (Private) 27:2:172

Murphey, Alice (Mrs. J. L.) 26:2:110

Murphey, J. L. 26:2:110

Murphey, Louis 26:2:110

Murphy, Alma 58:1:2

Murphy, C. Clyde (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:230

Murphy, C. H. 34:2:210

Murphy, Clark 28:1:41

Murphy Creek Crossing photo 28:2:152

Murphy Creek freight road 27:2:140-141; 28:2:158-158; 29:2:168-169; 31:1:55, 63; 31:2:201

Murphy Creek Gap 27:2:140

Murphy, E. S. 46:1:194-195

Murphy, E. U. 31:2:201

Murphy, Edward 21:1:101

Murphy, Florence H. (Mrs.) 30:2:223

Murphy, Frank 27:2:164; 28:2:167; 29:1:67; 29:2:177; 30:2:193, photo 196

Murphy, Harry C. 31:2:139

Murphy, J. R. (Sheriff) 36:1:83

Murphy, James C. 41:1:142 (see also Place of the Northern Arapahoes in the Relations Between the United States and the Indians of the Plains, 1851-1879)

Murphy, James E. (see Let My People Know: American Indian Journalism, 1828-1978)

Murphy, John F. (Private) 41:1:85

Murphy, John R. 15:3:248

Murphy, Kitty 37:2:153-154

Murphy, Lou 23:1:81, 83-85, 88-90, 93-94, 96

Murphy, Madelene Marshall 24:2:117

Murphy, Madge Davis 32:1:89

Murphy, Martin, Jr. (see Martin Murphy, Jr., California Pioneer, 1844-1884)

Murphy, Michael 20:1:57

Murphy, Mike 44:1:11-12

Murphy, Mike H. 20:1:65; 26:1:64

Murphy oil wells 2:4:67

Murphy, Paul 54:2:23

Murphy, Paul L. (see Meaning of Freedom of Speech. First Amendment Freedoms from Wilson to F. D. R.)

Murphy, Robert F. (Professor) 33:1:20

Murphy, Robert J. (State Senator) 48:2:22

Murphy, Sharon M. (see Let My People Know: American Indian Journalism, 1828-1978)

Murphy, Thomas 46:1:18-19

Murphy, W. H. 53:1:3-4

Murphy, Waugh 25:1:94; 31:2:201-202

Murphy, William 32:1:121 (see also Forgotten Battalion)

Murphy, William G. 19:2:37

Murphy, "Old Man" 27:2:140; 28:2:157-158

Murray, Eli H. (General) 51:2:20

Murray, Ester Johansson (see Dr. William Sabin Bennett: The Rise and Fall of a Pioneer Doctor; Short Grass and Heather: Peter McCulloch in the Big Horn Basin)

Murray, James P. 17:1:65, 68, 70, 75; 52:2:23, 25

Murray, John Gardner (Bishop) 43:1:39-42

Murray, Lawrence 52:2:25-26

Murray, Maude I. (Mrs.) 26:1:3; 27:2:230; 30:1:106

Murray, Robert A. 36:1:124; 38:1:116; 38:2:245; 39:1:139; 40:1:154; 41:2:277; 44:1:127; 44:2:299; Wyoming Army Post; Citadel on the Santa Fe Trail. The Saga of Bent’s Fort; Custer Court Martial; Fort Fred Steele: Desert Outpost on the Union Pacific; Historic Sites Interpretation; John ‘Portugee’ Phillips Legends. A Study in Wyoming Folklore; Long Walk of Sergeants Grant and Graham; Military Posts on the Powder River Country of Wyoming; Miner’s Delight, Investor’s Despair; Prices and Wages at Fort Laramie, 1881-1885; review of Bozeman Trail: Highway of History; review of How the U.S. Cavalry Saved Our National Parks; review of Life of George Bent, Written from His Letters; review of Valley of the Upper Yellowstone; Trading Posts, Forts and Bridges of the Casper Area Unraveling the Tangle on the Upper Platte; Military Posts of Wyoming; United States Army in the Aftermath of the Johnson County Invasions, April Through November, 1892; Wagon Box Fight: A Centennial Appraisal)

Murray, Thomas 40:2:183

Murray, V. O. photo 25:2:190, 195, 198, 200, 202-205

Murray, Walter (Private) 27:2:172

Murrin, Luke (Colonel) 13:1:75; 16:1:67; 21:1:92; 37:1:44; 39:1:17, 21; 53:2:33

Murrin, Mae (Miss) 31:2:138

Murrin, T. D. 62:1:35-36, 52-53

Murry, J. L. 19:1:39

museum associations 51:29-31

Museum Masters: Their Museums and Their Influence by Edward P. Alexander, review 56:2:47

Museum of the Mountain Man (Pinedale, Wyoming) 66:1&2:6

Museum of Western Colorado 66:3:65

museums (see also Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Museum (Salt Lake City, Utah); Maine Maritime Museum (Bath, Maine); Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York City); Mariners’ Museum (Newport News, Virginia); Mystic Seaport (Mystic, Connecticut)

museums 22:1:58; 25:1:70, 73; 25:2:207; 26:2:115, 208-210; 28:1:95; 51:1:7-91 (see also FIRSTS: motor hearse funeral in Cheyenne; individual names; Management of Small History Museums; Philosophy of History for the Small Museum; Small Museum and the Interpretation of Wyoming History; Starting Right: A Basic Guide to Museum)

Musfelt, Bob 64:3/4:55

Musgrove (outlaw) 15:1:61

Mushback 34:2:185

Music, Lonzo 27:2:231

Muskingum College 65:2/3:27

Muskrat Canyon 37:1:101, 103-104

Musquitoe Creek 25:2:117

Mussel Slough, California 65:4:23

Mussey, W. O., Jr. 27:2:231

Mustang Jack 47:2:148

Mutual Oil Company Refinery 28:2:176

Mvering, W. H. 47:1:93

My Association with Wyoming by Frank S. Lusk 1:1&2:15-17

My Cowboy Experiences in the 1890’s by G. W. Rosentreter 37:2:221-233

My First Day at Fort Phil Kearny by A. B. Ostrander 2:2:31-32; 9:2:722-723

My Life on the Range by John Clay 64:2:34-35; 65:4:30

My Magic House by Nora Moss Law 13:1:73

My Pal-57 Years by Harry Robb (poem) 26:1:81

My Pal, Harry Robb (poem) (see Robb, Harry)

My Sixty Years on the Plains by W. T. Hamilton, review 24:12:96-98

Myer, Jake 26:1:64

Myer, Nathaniee 40:2:210; 42:2:210

Myers (Private) 40:2:173

Myers (see Doen, John)

Myers, Bertha 10:1:47

Myers Brothers Ranch (see RANCHES)

Myers, Charles A. 29:2:241 (see also Over My Shoulder)

Myers Crossing, Wyoming 29:2:151; 31:2:225

Myers, E. E. 57:1:36-38

Myers, E. P. 6:4:323

Myers, Ed 2:3:60; 2:45:78; 3:4:230; 7:2:403

Myers, Elva 30:1:37

Myers, Fred 31:2:225

Myers, J. Wesley (see Bear River Crossing)

Myers, John 41:1:123-124

Myers, John Walker 29:2:151-152

Myers, Johnny 45:2:169

Myers Land and Livestock Company 29:2:155

Myers, Mable (Miss) 35:1:25

Myers, O. O. 26:1:64

Myers, Patty 58:1:55-56 (see also review of Buffalo’s First Century)

Myers Ranch (see RANCHES)

Myers, William (Mrs.) 11:2:139

Mygatt, Emmie (Mrs.) 28:1:25

Mynett, Jeff 45:2:157-158

Myres Grand Canyon 46:1:64

Myrick, Andrew 31:2:237

Myrick, N. F. 1:3:17

mysteries (see Great Mysteries of the West)

Mysteries of the Past by Mary Frost 14:1:51-55

Mystery and Romance of Wyoming by Laura Allyn Ekstrom (poem) 25:2:214

Mystic (Connecticut) 66:1&2:45, 48

Mystic Seaport Museum (Mystic, Connecticut) 66:1&2:41, 45, 48

Mystic Shrine (see Kalif Temple)

Mythic West in Twentieth Century America by Robert G. Athearn, review 59:2:51-52

myths and legends 14:1:52; 15:3:292; 16:1:71; 31:2:131 (see also Indian Legends from the Indian Guide Published at Shoshone Agency; Indian Legends of the Northern Rockies; Mysteries of the Past; Plains Indian Mythology)