Annals Index - P

P-39 Aircobra (see Bell P-39 Aircobra)

P-51 Mustang (see North American P-51 Mustang)

P-63 Kingcobra (see Bell P-63 Kingcobra)

P. J. Quealy: Wyoming’s Coal Man and Town Builder by Glen Barrett 47:1:31-43

Pa-ha-za-ze-a-ta-ca (see Parr, Dick)

Pacific Coast 31:2:140; 65:2/3:16 (see also James Madison Alden. Yankee Artist of the Pacific Coast, 1854-1860)

Pacific Coast Dairyman 43:2:166, 203

Pacific Creek 1:1:3; 30:2:195; 33:2:164; 44:2:284; 45:1:47

Pacific Fur Company 15:2:173; 30:1:45; 42:1:96; 44:1:79-80

Pacific Northwest 65:2/3:4 (see also In Search of Butch Cassidy; Indians of the Pacific Northwest)

Pacific Northwestern 65:4:21, 32

Pacific Ocean (see Lost America, From the Mississippi to the Pacific; 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; Our New West. Records of Travel Between the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean)

Pacific Ocean 65:2/3:4

Pacific Railroad 32:1:44

Pacific Railroad surveys 32:1:30

Pacific Springs 22:2:54; 23:1:59, 66; 25:2:128; 29:1:158; 30:1:56, 50-51; 30:2:193, 195, 201, 204; 46:1:61; 49:2:267

Pacific Springs Stage Station 23:1:59, 66; 25:2:128; 29:2:158; 30:1:46, 50-51; 30:2:193, 195, 201, 205

Pacific Telegraph 44:1:30; 47:1:21, 27

pack trains 28:2:148

Pack Saddle Jack (see Morrison, John)

Packer (Governor) 34:1:87

Packer, Alfred 25:1:105-107; 28:1:64; 32:2:223

Pack-His-Drums photo 18:2:134-135 (see also Sioux)

Pactola (see Dakota)

Padden, Charles 28:2:176

Paddock, A. A. 27:2:231

Paddock, Algernon S. 53:2:34

Paddock, J. V. S. (Lieutenant) 16:2:99, 102, 105; 18:1:20

Paddock, R. B. (Lieutenant) 38:1:64

Padehiyadeka 36:2:134

Paden, Irene 30:2:211; 31:2:189; 42:2:269; 65:2/3:2 (see also Wake of the Prairie Schooner)

Padouca 17:2:137

Paducah Fork 37:2:216

Page 22:2:55

Page, E. C. 43:1:26, 29

Page, Eliza 26:2:111

Page, Elizabeth 31:2:161

Page, Henry 25:2:114-116, 118, 139; 31:2:159-160

Page, Vicki (see Changing Face of Cowboy State Agriculture: Turn of the Century Wyoming Agriculturalist-A Demographic Profile)

Pageant of American History by Gerald Leinwand 49:2:228, 235, 246

pageants 25:1:61-82; 30:2:110; 30:2:107

Pagel, Betty Lou (see review of Salute to Courage)

Pagel, Carrie Edith 42:1:58

Pagel, William Reinhart 42:1:58, 72

Pagel, William Rush 42:1:135 (see also George Morgan, Pioneer Importer and Breeder of American Herefords)

Paha Sapa (see Black Hills)

Pahaska Tepee 45:1:19

Pah-Ede (see Pi Ede)

Pah-goh-zete 16:1:30-31 (see also Bannock)

Pahranagat 30:1:77

Pah-Vent 26:2:152-154, 167-168; 27:1:78, 82, 85-87; 29:2:97, 211, 225; 30:1:77, 79

Pahviets 16:2:90-92, 94, 113, 129 (see also Ute)

Paige (General) 28:1:89

Paige, John C. (see review of Coloradans; review of Carlos Montezuma and the Changing World of American Indians; review of Shadows of the Indian: Sterotypes in American Culture; review of Making of a Town: Wright, Wyoming)

Paine (Senator) 37:1:39-40

Paine, Seth (Mrs.) 62:1:20

paint brush map of Wyoming (see maps)

Paint Rock Creek Valley 65:4:28

Painted Desert (see Navajo of the Painted Desert)

Painted Woods Creek 17:2:125-126

Painter 2:1:13

Painter, George 26:1:54

Painter, John 26:1:64

Painter, Wyoming 12:3:228; 29:2:157

Paintrock Creek 30:1:5-7, 9-11

Paiute 26:2:152, 168; 27:1:85-88; 27:2:204; 29:2:211, 213, 225; 33:1:23, 28

Paiute (Northern) 36:2:133

Paiute (Southern) 36:2:133

Paivotso 33:1:25, 28

Palace Car Studio 65:1:37, 51-52

Pale Ink: Two Ancient Records of Chinese Explorations in America by Henriette Mertz, review 45:1:129-130

Paleo 65:1:4

Palisades National Bank 22:1:85

Pallady (see Bullardy, Leon)

Pallardie, Leon 51:2:38-39

Palm 33:1:97

Palmer (Captain) 21:2/3:137

Palmer 22:2:53

Palmer, Axel 36:2:196-197

Palmer, C. L. 19:2:80

Palmer, E. Percy 22:1:88

Palmer, F. G. 39:1:103

Palmer, Ford 45:2:254

Palmer, Granville 19:1:39

Palmer, Gus 36:1:197

Palmer, H. E. (Captain) 16:1:74; 33:2:171; 36:1:74

Palmer, Innis Newton (Lieutenant Colonel) 38:1:18-19, 43, 45, 47; 40:1:46-47; 42:1:91; 47:2:215; 49:2:259; 50:1:143; 55:1:41

Palmer, Jack 51:2:44-45

Palmer, Joel 22:2:53; 30:2:198-199; 31:2:221

Palmer John M. (General) 34:1:70

Palmer, Louis J. 12:4:288; photo 37:1:4, 5, 18-19, 21

Palmer, Ora 56:1:17

Palmer, W. H. 19:2:80, 85, 96, 102

Palmer, Walter E. 19:2:69, 73

Palmer, Zermira 32:1:53

Palmerston, H. P. 51:2:15

Palmieri, Anthony (Doctor) (see Medical Incidents in the Life of Dr. John H. Finfrock)

Palmieri, Anthony, III (see John C. Davis: Portrait of a Rocky Mountain Drug Wholesaling Pioneer)

palimpsest 65:1:11, 13

Palwaggi 23:2:52

Pamplin Smoking Pipe and Manufacturing Company, Incorporated 32:2:125

Pamplin, Virginia (see Pamplin Smoking Pipe and Manufacturing Company, Incorporated)

Pan American Petroleum Company 53:1:17, 22

Panaiti toyani 33:1:34

Panawick 26:2:153 (see also Ute)

Panic of 1893 65:4:58

Pannack (see Bannock)

Pan-sook-a-motse 30:1:72 (see also Bannock)

Pantoshiga 28:2:207; 29:2:210; 30:1:72 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Papago 31:2:143

Papago Reservation 33:1:104

Papanikolas, Helen Z. (see Peoples of Utah)

Papanikolas, Zeese (see Buried Unsung: Louis Tikas and the Ludlow Massacre)

Papau, New Guinea 65:1:53

Pape, Lester 25:1:68

Pappen 4:3:352

Parachute Creek 16:2:124

Paradise Valley (see Star Valley)

Pa-rah-ia-dika (see Tukadeka)

Parashunt 26:2:154

Parcher, Carl Russell (see Carl Russell Parcher Papers)

Parco Inn photo 55:1:2, 6, photo 7

Parco, Wyoming 29:2:159; 53:1:9; 54:2:35 (see also Sinclair, Wyoming)

Parco, Wyoming: A Model Company Town by Gregory D. Kendfrick 55:1:2-08

PARCO (see Producers and Refiners Corporation)

Pardees (Lieutenant) 40:2:173

Pardon, M. Noel 41:1:5, 11-12, 19-20, 22

Paris, France 65:4:54, 57-58 (see also New York to Paris Automobile Race-Crossing Wyoming in 1908)

Paris, Texas 65:4:38-39

Parish, William J. (see Charles Ilfeld Company. A Study of the Rise and Decline of Mercantile Capitalism in New Mexico)

Park City, Utah 60:1:11, 13, photo 14

Park County 45:1:83, 85; 54:2:14; 60:1:25

Park County Arts Council 65:4:19

Park County Chapter 30:110 (see also Wyoming State Historical Society)

Parke, Charles 31:2:163

Parke, Charles Ross 32:2:188 (see also Dreams to Dust: A Diary of the California Gold Rush, 1849-1850)

Parke County, Indiana 23:1:97

Parke, H. E. (see GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Parker (Captain) 36:1:74

Parker (Colonel) 45:2:146

Parker (Lieutenant) 16:1:25

Parker, Aaron 36:2:140

Parker and Mullins 44:1:94

Parker, Anna (Miss) 19:1:30

Parker, Arvilla, sketch 65:4:36-37

Parker, Brown 29:1:56

Parker, Charles 28:2:131, 135; 55:1:45

Parker, David W. (see Calendar of Papers in Washington Archives Relating to the Territories of the U.S. to 1873)

Parker, E. S. 30:1:88-89; 43:2:242, 251

Parker, F. (Captain) 18:1:57

Parker, George Leroy 22:2:160; 23:2:53; photo 29:2:160; 30:1:17-18, 21; 31:1:53, 57, 59-61 (see also Cassidy, Butch)

Parker, Glen (Judge) 27:2:231

Parker, Glenn 64:2:58 (see also review of Fair Fights and Foul)

Parker, Inez 42:2:215

Parker, Inez Eugenia Adams (Mrs.) 22:2:55; 65:2/3:17, 19, 26

Parker, J. P. 43:2:279

Parker, James G. 20:1:80

Parker, Jennie 54:2:5

Parker, John 19:1:31

Parker, LuRay (see review of Photographing the Frontier)

Parker, O. A. 30:1:32

Parker, Samuel (Reverend) 40:2:205, 219; 43:2:222; 44:1:84; 58:2:5

Parker, Samuel 1:1:5; 17:2:101; 22:2:52-53; 21:2/3:173; 27:2:178

Parker, W. H. 20:1:72

Parker, William H. (Judge) 64:2:37

Parkhill, Forbes 32:1:112

Parkhurst, Charles H. (Reverend) 58:1:9, 11, photo 13

Parkin, Sam 15:3:284

Parkinson, C. Northcote (see "Glass-Eye Bill," Western Letters and Letters from Wyoming)

Parkman, Francis 17:1:5; 17:2:137-138; 21:2/3:177, 179; 27:2:160, 174-175; 31:2:140; 36:1:8; 45:1:8; 47:1:10; 58:2:5; 65:2/3:7 (see also Oregon Trail)

Parkman Sunday School 65:1:28

Parks (Captain) 23:1:56, 65

Parks (Judge) 15:1:39-40

Parks, C. S., Jr. 49:2:278

Parks, Frank 26:1:15

Parks, Samuel C. photo 53:2:31, 36

Parks, William 20:2:170

Parks, William P., Sr. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:231; 28:2:211

Parmalee, C. H. (Major) 37:2:197; 38:1:64; 55:1:26

Parmelee, Edward 10:1:42, 45

Parmelee, Mary (Mrs.) 25:1:94

Parowan, Utah 21:2/3:119

Parr, Cephas 9:1:649-665 (see also Sketch of the Life of Dick Parr)

Parr, Dick 9:1:653-655 (see also Pa-ha-za-ze-a-ta-ca)

Parr, Louise 9:1:649-665

Parrish, Edward (Reverend) 22:2:53; 40:2:214, 219; 42:1:9; 42:2:193, 197, 207-208, 219-220, 222

Parrish, Phillip H. 17:2:105

Parrish, William Floyd 30:2:148-149

Parrot, George 6:1&2:231-233; 8:4:641; 13:2:128-129; 20:2:173; 29:1:46; 30:1:35; 38:1:93; 53:2:24; 61:2:43-44 (see also Big Nose George; Manuse)

Parry, E. O. (Mrs.) 30:2:238

Parry, Edward Owen, Sr. (Judge) 30:2:127-144, 238

Parry, George G. 30:2:127

Parry, Henry C. 30:2:127-129, photo 130, 144, 238

Parshall, A. J. (Mrs.) 1:3:20

Parshall, A. J. 1:3:16

Parshall, Annie K. 1:3:14-16

Parsnip Creek 17:1:47

Parson, Ann "Snapping Annie" 50:2:346

Parson, Warren F. 50:2:346

Parsons, John E. 31:1:120-121 (see also Firearms in the Custer Battle)

Parsons, Kansas 65:1:20

Partenhammer, James (Private) 36:1:69

Parting of the Ways by Mrs. Mary Hurlburt Scott 31:2:197-198, 214-215

Parting of the Ways map 45:1:48 (see also HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Parting of the Ways on the Oregon Trail-The East Terminal of the Oregon Trail by David E. Miller 45:1:47-49, photos 50, 51-52

Partoll, Albert J. 12:1:56-62 (see also How Fort William, Now Fort Laramie Was Named)

Partons, J. E. (see Smith and Wesson Revolvers)

Partridge, Charles (Mrs.) 38:1:92

Partridge, Charles 10:1:13

Partridge, Sarah 14:1:41-42

Parvante (see Pah-Vent)

Parvon (see Pah-Vent)

Pascall, Henry L. 4:4:406

Paschall, Marion (Mrs.) 29:2:150-156, 241

Pasche, August 20:1:78; 64:2:44

Pasco Chamber of Commerce 13:4:389

Paseo 47:2:175, 177, 179-180, 185-187

Pash-e-co 27:2:203; 28:1:83 (see also Bannock)

Pasi (see Bazil)

Pasmore (Professor) 37:1:51, 63

Pass Creek 32:2:155; 33:1:98; 44:2:163

Pass Creek, Montana 26:1:43

Pass Creek Stage Station 40:2:247

Pass Creek, Wyoming 17:1:31, 36

Passing, H. E. 26:1:8

Passing of the Great West. Selected Papers of George Bird Grinnell edited by John F. Reiger, review 44:2:287-288

Passing of the Range (poem) by Lee Crownover Stoddard 26:2:140

Passion for Freedom: The Life of Sharlot Hall by Margaret F. Maxwell, review 56:2:50

Pastor, Frederico Gutierrez 54:2:26-27

Pat Garrett. The Saga of a Western Lawman by Leon C. Metz, review 46:2:291-292

Pat O’Hara Creek 44:1:17

Pat O’Hara Creek by David J. Wasden 49:2:270, 275-276, 280-281

Pat O’Hara Creek Range 19:2:66

Patee, Fred 5:4:161

Pateria, Alan (see Grand Encampment Copper Towns)

Pathfinder Canyon 37:2:218

Pathfinder Dam 20:1:58; 23:1:59; 33:2:217; 46:1:119

Pathfinder Reservoir 64:3/4:55

Patrick (Doctor) 26:2:137, 139

Patrick, Algernon S. 55:1:44-45

Patrick Brothers 26:2:138; 34:1:45; 38:1:68

Patrick, Ed L. 50:1:9

Patrick, Florence D. (Doctor) 25:1:40, 94; 64:2:55

Patrick, James (see Ross, Charley)

Patrick, Lucille (Mrs.) 30:1:108, 110-111

Patrick, Lucille Nichols (see Candy Kid. James Calvin "Kid Nichols, 1883-1962)

Patrick, M. L. 51:2:43-44

Patrick, M. T. 55:1:44

Patrick, Mathewson (Colonel) 55:1:44

Patrick, Matt 15:1:44; 53:2:33

Patskey, (Doctor) 45:1:31

Pattawatoni 34:1:109

Pattee, James Monroe 34:2:193-194, photo 196, 197-211

Pattee, the Lottery King. The Omaha and Wyoming Lotteries by Philip Gardiner Nordell 34:2:193-211

Pattee’s Bullion Mining Company 34:2:208

Patten (see U.S. v. Patten)

Patten, James I. 53:2:50 (see also Buffalo Hunting with the Shoshone Indians in 1874 in the Big Horn Basin, Wyoming; Patton, James I.)

Patter Sons (see Patterson, Elijah)

Patterson 25:1:74

Patterson, A. Verne 24:1:4

Patterson, Arthur H. 47:1:65

Patterson-Black, Sheryll 64:3/4:50

Patterson, Charles F. 22:2:32, 35

Patterson, Eleanor photos 55:2:28-29, 30-32

Patterson, Elijah (Captain) 21:2/3:136

Patterson, George W. 64:2:56

Patterson, Henry W. (Captain) 43:2:242, 245, 254

Patterson, J. H. (Captain) 22:2:32; 30:1:88

Patterson, John W. 40:1:69-70

Patterson, Joseph photo 55:2:29

Patterson, Lon 52:2:53

Patterson, Milder 56:1:13

Patterson, Richard A. 27:2:231

Patterson store 22:2:34-35; 23:2:30

Pattison, Rachel E. 21:2/3:223; 42:1:28

Patton 37:1:93

Patton, Hugh 46:1:117

Patton, James I. 24:2:82; 26:1:51, 60, 63

Patton, Vose and Company 44:1:42

Patton, William 12:1:56 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Fort John)

Patzki (see Patskey, Doctor)

Patzki, J. H. 4:3:357-358

Paugh, Minnie 65:1:41, 48, 50, 53

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

Paul, Ethel 21:1:91

Paul, G. W. (Captain) 31:1:7, 15; 32:1:55

Paul Henderson Oregon Trail Collection 65:2/3:27

Paul, R. Eli (see Eyewitness at Wounded Knee)

Paul Wilhelm (Duke of Wurttemberg) (see Travels in North America, 1822-1824)

Pauley, F. N. 51:2:20

Pauling, Phillip (Doctor) 39:2:259

Paulsen 35:2:193, 198

Paulson, George W. 35:1:120 (see also review of Edward Kern and American Expansion; Congressional Career of Joseph Maul Carey)

Paulus (see Paul)

Paulus (Father) 21:2/3:206

Paulus (Lieutenant) 39:1:106

Paul’s Juvenile Symphonators 43:1:101

Pauper’s Dream Gold Mine 16:1:67

Pawnee, Blackfoot and Cheyenne-History and Folklore of the Plains by George Bird Grinnell, introduction by Dee Brown, review 33:2:231-232

Pawnee 17:2:113, 137-139, 150; 21:2/3:174; 26:2:125, 173; 27:2:146; 30:2:128, 134, 136-137; 31:2:139, 142-143; 33:2:171-172; 34:1:55; 40:1:12; 42:1:35-36; 44:1:62; 46:1:11; 47:2:143, 148; 50:1:162-163, 165; 59:1:50, 54; 65:2/3:22 (see also Pawnee, Blackfoot and Cheyenne-History and Folklore of the Plains)

Pawnee Killer 46:1:9, 16 (see also Sioux)

Pawnee Rock 23:2:27

Pawnee scouts (see MILITARY)

Pawnee Springs 65:2/3:25

Pawnee Township, Kansas 64:3/4:56

Pawpawgee (see Popo Agie)

Paw-sha-quin 27:1:82 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Paxson, Frederick L. (Professor) 65:2/3:12

Paxton and Turner 46:1:39

Paxton, M. A. 38:1:68

Paxton, R. F. (Reverend) 65:1:27

Paxton, William 54:2:67-68

Payche (dog) 30:2:141

Payne, Henry "Dad" 24:2:86

Payne, Homer 25:1:66

Payne, J. Scott (Captain) 3:2:137-144; 41:1:102-103 (see also Payne, Scott)

Payne, Janet Smith (Mrs.) 27:2:231

Payne, Jim 25:1:68

Payne, Scott (Captain) 16:2:99, 103-107, 119-121, 138; 18:1:20

Payne, Tope 17:1:70

Payson, Lois B. (Mrs.) 27:1:119-121; 27:2:231; 28:2:221-223; 29:2:232-233; 30:1:114-115

Payson, Utah 26:2:153

Payton, E. T. 44:1:10-11; 55:1:24 (see also Mad Men)

Peabody (Miss) 65:1:32

Peabody, A. S. 15:4:388; 18:2:153; 24:1:65; 27:1:112, 114; 65:1:29-30, 32

Peabody Collection photo 65:1:29 (see also Peabody, A. S.)

Peabody, Endicott (Doctor) 34:2:166, 170

Peace Chiefs of the Cheyenne by Stan Hoig, review 53:1:67

Peace Commission (1868) 18:2:132-133; 30:1:65, 81-87

peace pipe 26:1:78

Peake, J. H. (Mrs.) 26:1:10

Peake, J. H. 26:1:8

Peale, Albert Charles (Doctor) 14:4:280; photos 34:2:176, 181 (see also Albert Charles Peale, Pioneer Geologist of the Hayden Survey)

Peale, Charles Willson 34:2:175, 189

Peale, Eliza Burd Patterson 34:2:176

Peale, Harriet Friel 34:2:176

Peale Island 34:2:190

Peale, J. Burd 34:2:176

Peale, Mundy I. 64:1:24

Peale, Titian R. 34:2:177, 189

Peale, Young 34:2:176

Pearce, Bennett R. (see review of America’s Western Frontiers, The Exploration and Settlement of the Trans- Mississippi West)

Pearce, D. J. 34:1:92

Pearce-Moses, Richard, (see review of Photojournalism in American)

Pearl Harbor 24:1:5-6, 15; 64:3/4:7

Pearlstine, S. S. 61:1:19

Pearson, Cora 26:2:111

Pearson, Drew 55:1:15, 17; 55:2:31

Pearson, Fred N. 24:2:97

Pearson, George 48:2:175

Pearson, John D. (see review of $10 Horse, $40 Saddle. Cowboy Clothing, Arms, Tools and Horse Gear of the 1880’s)

Pearson, Louise (Mrs.) 27:2:231

Pearson, Samuel B. (Captain) 18:1:57

Pearson, W. E. 27:2:231

Pease, Al 24:2:82, 86, 95

Pease and Bramel 18:1:81

Pease County 21:2/3:196; 23:1:20; 35:2:129-130 (see also Johnson County)

Pease, David 31:1:20; 32:1:59

Pease, E. L. 35:2:130

Pease, F. D. 44:1:68

Pease, Ira 21:2/3:204

Pease, L. D. (Judge) 9:3:740-741; 15:3:285; 17:1:77; 17:2:79-80; 18:1:81, 88; 21:2/3:202, 209; 24:1:64; 24:2:20; 33:2:147; 37:2:180; 62:1:64

Pease, L. D. (Mrs.) 17:1:80

Pease, Sarah Wallace (Mrs.) 29:1:34; 35:1:90; 53:2:26, 28; 62:1:48; 62:3:140-143 (see also Recollections of One of the Grand Jurors of Albany County)

Pease, Vera Jane Edwards 5:2:77; 5:2&3:119; 7:4:483-484; 9:1:682-684

Pease, Walter D. 20:1:59

Peasley, Helen (Mrs.) 57:2:4

Pecheau, Wilhemia "Billie" 26:2:115

Peck (Doctor) 20:2:116

Peck, A. S. (Colonel) 4:4:373

Peck, Bob 39:1:137-138

Peck, Carrie 22:2:35

Peck, E. S. 16:2:143

Peck, H. P. 38:2:189

Peck, John P. 40:1:7

Peck, Joseph 54:1:52

Peck, Mable 19:1:61

Peck, Mable M. 14:4:328

Peck, Margaret (see Bannack and Other Poems; review of Boom Town Boy; review of Learn to Love the Haze; review of Past’s Persisting)

Peck, Roy 64:1:24

Peck, W. (Reverend) 39:1:72

Peck, W. H. 16:2:93, 97, 100, 143

Peck, W. S. 22:2:35

Peck, Will 16:2:143

Peck, William Ware 15:1:40-43; 53:2:25, photo 31, 33-36

Peckham, Rufus (Justice) 53:2:5

Peckinpah, Sam 64:1:2

Pedersen, James F. (see Shall The People Rule? A History of the Democratic Party in Nebraska Politics, 1854- 1972)

Pederson, Louise Alsop 36:2:187

Peede (Miss) 28:2:139

Peek, E. D. (Brigadier General) 18:1:58

Peel, Sheila Sundquist 57:1:68 (see also Wyoming State Capitol Building)

Peep O’Day (see O’Day, Tom)

Peer Johnny (squaw) 25:1:55-56 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Peeteeneet 27:1:74 (see also Utah Indians)

Pegaleshka (see Spotted Tail)

Pegram, John (Lieutenant) 27:1:58

Pe-he-zi-wi (see Mini-aku)

Peilman, Gerald 21:1:101

Pelton, Ben H. 38:1:129 (see also History of the Midwest Oil Company)

Pelton, B. H., Jr. 22:1:91

Pelton, Clark 37:1:97 (see also Webster, Billy)

Pelton, John 26:1:64; 31:1:87

Pelzer, Louis 20:1:61; 37:2:174

pemmican 30:2:178

Pemperton, Charles (Private) 49:2:256

Pen-Coos 14:1:51 (see also Crow)

Pena, Adolph 13:4:357; 20:2:171 (see also RANCHES: Six Mile)

Pence, A. M. (Mrs.) 24:2:114; 27:2:231

Pence, Alfred M. 24:2:120-122; 25:2:210; 26:1:101-102; 27:1:118-119; 27:2:245; 29:1:111

Pence, Mary Lou 22:1:93-94; 25:2:216-217; 28:1:112-114; 30:1:108; 32:2:252; 44:1:41; 64:2:51-52, 58 (see also Boswell, the Story of a Frontier Lawman; Ellen Hereford Washakie of the Shoshones; Fort Sanders-Sentinel of the Laramie Plains; Ghost Towns of Wyoming; Shoshonean Princess-Crimson Dawn)

Pend d’Oreille Lake 17:2:94

Pendelton, Oregon 23:1:81

Pender, Rose 37:1:98

Pendergraff, Ray 49:1:132, 134-135, 138 (see also Pendergraft, Ray)

Pendergraft, Alti 52:2:47, 56

Pendergraft, Ray 48:1:135, 139-140 (see also Pendergraff, Ray) (see also WSHS 31st Annual Trek; Washakie: A Wyoming County History)

Pendleton, George 60:2:25, 29

Peneau Creek (see Prairie Dog Creek)

Pengwidika (Fisheater) 33:1:32; 36:2:133

Penington, Matt 64:2:39

penitentiaries (see FIRSTS: penitentiary in Wyoming; I Felt Like I Must be Entering...Another World; Laramie Penitentiary; Rawlins Penitentiary; Territorial penitentiary; Wyoming State Penitentiary; Wyoming Territorial Penitentiary)

Penitentiary Papers of Wyoming Territory 16:1:55 (see also State Penitentiary; Wyoming Territorial Penitentiary)

Penman, W. B. 24:1:4

Penn-Wyoming Company 19:2:123

Pennick, Isaac B. (Sergeant) 27:1:14

Pennington, John B. 43:2:271

Pennington, Julia Ann (Mrs.) 21:2/3:238

Pennington, Roy 61:2:37

Penniwell Collection 19:1:59

Pennock 19:1:53

Pennock, Jack 23:2:4-29; 28:1:55

Pennock, Jake (Sergeant) 32:2:227, 231; 42:2:266

Pennock, Taylor 19:1:51-52 (see also Recollections of Taylor Pennock)

Pennock, W. D. 17:1:56

Pennsylvania 65:1:7; 65:4:46

Pennsylvania Oil and Gas Company 41:1:6, 13

Pennsylvania Railroad 7:2:403

Penny, James Cash (J. C.) 22:2:45-46; 47:1:40-41

Peno Creek 31:1:49

Peno Creek by James Boedan 5:2:317-318

Penrose, C. W. (Colonel) 18:1:57

Penrose, Charles Bingham (Doctor) 20:1:14; 35:2:148; 64:2:37, 40; 65:4:31-32

Penrose, Ross 65:4:32

Pentecost of Calamity by Owen Wister 64:1:8

People and a Nation by Clarence L. Versteeg and Richard Hofstadter 49:2:234, 246

People of the Horseback Culture 65:4:5, 75

Peoples of Utah by Helen Z. Papanikolas, review 48:2:282-284

People’s Party 37:2:194 (see also Populists)

People’s Telelphone Company 30:2:149

Peopling the High Plains. Wyoming’s European Heritage edited by Gordon Olaf Hendrickson, review 50:1:182-183

Pephardt, J. W. (Reverend) 17:1:79

Pepin (fur trader) 15:2:137

Pepper (Sheriff) 53:2:34

Perales, Clarence P., Jr. 26:1:95

Peralto, P. T. 26:1:64

Percy 33:1:98; 44:2:158, 163

Percy, Archibald A. 33:2:133

Percy Station 15:1:61-62

Perkings, E. Douglass 32:2:195; 42:1:15, 29; 43:2:230 (see also Gold Rush Diary)

Perkins (fur trader) 15:2:136

Perkins, Adam C. 5:2:78; 5:2&3:120

Perkins and Chandler 46:1:37

Perkins, B. W. 46:1:35

Perkins, Charles 16:2:94, 98

Perkins, Charlie 7:4:450

Perkins Dairy (see Perkins, E. Douglas)

Perkins, E. Douglas 31:1:29-31; 31:2:187

Perkins, I. H. 10:3:144

Perkins, M. L. 39:1:103

Perkins Store 16:2:96-98, 100-101, 109

Perkins, Ute 26:2:161

Perkins v. McDowell 37:2:184

Permanent Wyoming Mineral Trust Fund 63:1:15-16

Perpetual Emigrating Fund Company 26:2:159

Perrigoue, Nell 38:1:85, 101

Perrin, Jack 26:1:55

Perrine, Peter 25:2:118

Perrone, Vito 49:2:234

Perry (General) 17:1:56

Perry (lawyer) 15:1:45

Perry, A. J. (General) 34:2:139-140

Perry, E. P. 54:2:40

Perry, Felix (Chas. Washakie’s adopted son) 22:2:9-10 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Perry, George W. 18:1:86, 88

Perry, Guy 30:1:20-21

Perry, Henry C. (Major) 31:2:127-144, 238; 45:1:96-97 (see also Letters from the Frontier, 1867)

Perry, John 30:1:21

Perry, John C. 53:2:37

Perry, Nelson 19:1:43

Perry, S. D. 42:2:173

Perry Smith’s Meat Market 16:2:141

Perry, Susan photo 13:3:167

Perry, Walter E. 42:2:167, 169, 171, 173

Persh-e-go 26:1:78 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Pershing, Frances Warren 26:1:36

Pershing, John J. (General) 18:1:32-34; 22:1:80; 26:1:37; 65:1:7

Pershing Junior War Savings League 65:1:7 (see also Pershing, John L.)

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

Person, E. M. 28:2:133

Personal History by John H. Gordon 1:4:4-12

Persune 16:2:115, 128, 135 (see also Ute)

Peryam, Mable Large (Mrs.) 27:2:231

Petcher (Captain) 19:1:42

Pete Creek 29:2:179

Pe-teet-neet 26:2:153, 174-175; 27:2:215 (see also Ute)

Peter Hurd. A Portrait Sketch from Life by Paul Horgan, review 37:2:256

Peter, W. D. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:231

Peters and Alston 18:1:77; 29:1:54

Peters, Betsy (see review of I Married Wyatt Erap. The Recollections of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp)

Peters, C. C. 24:2:109

Peters Creek 23:2:28

Peters, H. M. 19:1:48

Peters, Leora (Mrs.) 26:2:230; 27:2:231; 29:1:112; 30:2:234; 37:1:121

Peters, Oran A. 20:1:93

Peters, Orin 21:1:101

Peters, Ray, photo 65:4:5

Peters, T. W. "Twice Wintered" 12:2:114; 29:1:51, 54; 43:2:211

Peters, W. T. 35:2:131

Petersdorf, Helen 28:2:139

Petersdorf, Henrietta (Mrs.) 28:2:139

Petersen, Anna 21:2/3:240

Petersen, Frank L. 58:1:16

Peterson, Andy 32:2:158-159

Peterson Army Air Base (Colorado) (see MILITARY)

Peterson, Audrey 65:4:47

Peterson, Charles 64:3/4:60

Peterson, Eli 19:1:47, 49; 24:21:3, 12; 36:2:195

Peterson, Emma 58:1:42

Peterson, Frank 16:1:31

Peterson, George 30:1:31

Peterson, Gwen 65:1:39

Peterson, H. 26:1:64

Peterson, H. L. (see American Knives)

Peterson, Hans 42:1:84

Peterson, Harold J. 30:2:232

Peterson, Henry J. (Doctor) 13:2:157; 22:1:3-63, 67-68; 25:1:96, 99-100; 27:2:231 (see also John Wesley Hoyt, Territorial Governor of Wyoming, 1878-1882;Statehood for Wyoming; Wyoming a Cattle Kingdom)

Peterson, Henry J. (Mrs.) 22:1:68

Peterson, Ida Elizabeth (Mrs.) 27:2:231

Peterson, Iran A. 18:1:89

Peterson, Joe 26:1:64

Peterson, Louie 26:1:64

Peterson, Martin 14:3:247

Peterson, Richard H. (see Bonanza Kings: The Social Origins and Business Behavior of Western Mining Entrepreneurs, 1870-1900; Bonanza Rich)

Peterson, Robert A. 26:2:214; 27:2:231

Peterson, Robert Constant 22:1:68

Peterson, Robert "Bob" 30:2:159

Peterson, Virgil V. 25:1:105-107

Peterson, William 15:1:108 (see also Valley of the Upper Yellowstone)

Petit, Horace 32:2:209

Petite Arc (Little Bow) 17:2:129-130 (see also Omaha Indians)

Petite Cerise (see Little Cherry)

Petravage, Jacqueline (see New Deal Art in Wyoming. Some Case Studies)

petrified buffalo (see myths and legends)

Petrik, Paula (see No Step Backward: Women and Family on the Rocky Mountain Mining Frontier, Helena, Montana, 1865-1900)

Petriken, R. W. (Lieutenant) 18:1:8, 48

petroglyphs 9:2:689-704; 28:1:95; 29:2:137; 30:1:106 (see also Artists of Wyoming)

Petroglyphs (poem) by Sheila Hart 34:1:59

petroleum (see oil)

Petroleum Mattschappy Oil Company 22:1:88-89

Pettibone, Jay 15:1:21

Pettigrew (Senator) 20:1:34; 20:2:140

Pettigrew, Freddie 34:1:8

Pettigrew, M. W. 37:2:200

Pettigrew, Sarah photo 34:1:4, 6, 8

Pettigrews, Charles "Charlie" 34:1:6, 8, 10-11

Pettingil 25:2:130

Pettingil, Elizabeth (Mrs.) 19:2:111

Pettitt, Fred 33:2:191

Pettrigrew party 34:1:7

Petty, James 31:2:231

Petty, S. 25:1:90

Petty, W. James 32:1:103; 32:2:238, 249-250 (see also review of Bent’s Old Fort. An Archeological Study)

Pettyjohn, Isaac 32:1:52

Petutneet (see Pe-teet-neet)

Petzer, Louis 65:1:8

Petzoldt, Paul 44:2:261

Peverley, Howard 31:2:235

Peyton, Harrison 28:2:121

Peyton, Pauline 20:1:90; 28:1:60-62, 68

Peyton, Pauline E. (Mrs.) 24:1:101; 27:2:231; 28:1:41-42, 60-62

Peyton, Pauline M. (Miss) 27:2:231

PF Ranch (see RANCHES)

Pfaff, Betty Carpenter (see review of Genteel Gentile. Letters of Elizabeth Cumming, 1857-1858)

Pfeifer, C. W. 31:1:44

Pfeifer, G. L. (see review of Jireh College-Stirred Embers of the Past)

Pfeiffenberger, John M. 19:1:61

Pfeiffer, Frank 47:1:40

Pfeiffer, J. 17:1:82

Pfister, John E. (Mr. and Mrs.) 27:2:231

Pfisterer, Eugene 25:1:68, 77-80

Pfisterer, Ida Mae (Mrs. Eugene) 25:1:73-74, 77-81

Phalen, James 34:2:210

Phaler, Pharen (Mrs.) 25:1:66

Phelan, Adele Moss Bennot 48:2:168

Phelan, Catherine E. 27:2:231

Phelan, Elizabeth 21:2/3:238

Phelan, Grover 47:1:5

Phelan, J. R. 48:2:168, 176

Phelan, Walter A. 48:2:223, 225, 234, 241

Phelps, L. G. 19:2:69; 49:2:272

Phelps Lake 44:1:76, 88

Phelps, Sarah May "Billie" 64:2:57-58

Phelps, William 60:2:27, 30

Pheonix, Johnnie 32:1:123 (see also Fenex, John)

Phifer (Doctor) 20:1:87

Phifer, John K. 54:2:27

Phil Kearny Fight 7:3:389-394

Phil Sheridan Album by Lawrence A. Frost, review 41:1:150

Philadelphia International Exposition of 1876 65:1:8

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 27:2:227; 65:1:23; 65:4:74

philately (see stamps)

Philippine Insurrection 52:1:23

Philippine Islands 59:1:29-34

Philippines 65:4:45

Philippott, L. J. A. 22:1:89

Philistine 24:2:68-69

Phillippines (see FIRSTS: American flag raised in Manila, Philippines raised by Wyoming troops)

Phillip 26:2:183

Phillips (Mrs.) 34:1:89

Phillips, A. L. 38:1:78

Phillips and Son 24:2:96

Phillips, Arthur 24:2:44

Phillips, Edwin (see Phillips, Elvington)

Phillips, Eliza 32:1:72

Phillips, Elvington 50:2:304, 312, 314

Phillips, F. 20:2:170

Phillips, F. M. 12:2:148; 17:2:56; 51:2:24

Phillips, Hattie 34:1:89; 38:2:225; 40:1:40

Phillips, J. R. 23:2:46

Phillips, John 17:1:56; 32:1:71-72, 78, 80

Phillips, John "Portugee" 12:2:146; 13:2:88-89; 17:1:11; 18:2:130; 20:2:146; 27:2:179, 181, 185-186; 30:2:153; 32:1:109; 32:2:269; 36:1:61; 37:1:85-86, 88;38:2:223-228, photo 244; 40:1:41-56; 42:1:90-92; 55:1:41 (see also HISTORICAL MARKERS; Portugee Phillips; Portugee Phillips Ride)

Phillips, Lewis 54:2:68

Phillips, Paul F. 12:1:57

Phillips, William T. 60:2:13-14

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 edited by Charles L. Camp, review 37:2:252-253

Philosophy of History for the Small Museum by Paul M. Edwards 38:1:54-58

Philpott 47:1:93-94

Phlaeging, William F. 16:2:166

Photographer on an Army Mule by Maurice Frink and Casey Barthelmess, review 38:1:127-128

photographers (see Photographers of the Frontier West)

photographers with Fremont and others 6:1&2:189

Photographers of the Frontier West by Ralph W. Andrews, review 38:1:129-130

Photographing the Frontier by Dorothy and Thomas Hoobler, review 52:2:61-62

photography (see Origins of Photojournalism in America; Photographer on an Army Mule; Photographers of the Frontier West; Reservation Blackfeet, 1885-1945: A Photographic History of Cultural Survival; Shoots. A Guide to Your Family’s Photogaphic Heritage; Stimson, Joseph E.; Tasteful Interlude, American Interiors Through the Camera’s Eye; Through the Lens of J. E. Stimson: Past and Present)

Photography of the Tetons by W. H. Jackson 6:1&2:189-191

Pi Ede 26:2:168; 29:2:211, 213, 225; 30:1:77

Piah 16:2:89, 96, 111, 128, 133-135 (see also Ute)

Picard, Dave 52:2:49

Pice-ance Creek (see Piceance Creek)

Piceance Creek 16:2:92, 101, 129

Pick Bridge photo 58:2:54

Pick-Sloan Plan 64:1:25

Pickens, William "Red" 39:2:258

Pickens’ Grave (see GRAVES)

Pickering (Governor) 34:1:78; 35:2:213

Pickering, Loring (and lady) 31:2:182

Pickert, Charles 54:2:29

Pickett (Colonel) 19:2:67-68

Pickett Act (1910) 58:2:23

Pickett, Dick 54:2:21

Pickett, Hazel Harper Sample (see Why the Meadowlark was Chosen the State Bird of Wyoming)

Pickett, J. W. (Reverend) 38:1:91

Pickett, John C. 54:1:22

Pickett, W. D. 37:2:161; 47:1:71-72

Pickup, C. V. photo 52:2:23

pictographs 16:1:72; 28:1:129; 29:2:131, 137 (see also Dinwoody; Dinwoody pictographs)

Pictorial History of the Wild West by James D. Horan and Paul Sann, review 27:1:122-123

Picture Gallery Pioneers by Ralph W. Andrews, review 37:1:132-133

Picture Report of the Custer Fight by William Reusswig, review 40:1:153-154

picup (pilot) 17:1:68

Pidcock, John K. 23:2:63

Pidge (see Pidgeon)

Pidgeon 31:2:245; 50:2:343

Pie agaidika (Big salmon eater) (see Agaideka)

Piece of the Old Tent: A Catalogue of Items in the Lane County Pioneer Museum That Were Brought Across the Plains in the 1840s and 1850s by Glenn Mason, review 51:1:166-167

Piedmont Station 31:2:225

Piedmont, Wyoming 20:1:49; 24:1:31

Piegan 44:1:62, 65; 46:1:133; 56:2:21-22; 59:1:51, 56

Pierce (Mrs.) 17:1:81

Pierce 19:2:77, 101, 103-104

Pierce, Bernie 64:3/4:2

Pierce, Charles 20:2:175

Pierce, D. J. 17:1:80-81; 62:1:47

Pierce, H. A. 33:2:140

Pierce, Henry (Private) 45:1:100

Pierce, John 44:1:90

Pierce, John L. (Mrs.) 52:2:5

Pierce, Johnny 29:1:49

Pierce, N. E. 19:2:95

Pierce, Richard 20:2:170

Piercy, Frederick 18:2:100; 42:1:11; 48:1:84

Pierette, Joe 29:2:154

Pierre (Iroquois) 15:2:172

Pierre, Jaune 29:2:125

Pierre, South Dakota 64:3/4:17

Pierre’s Hole 15:1:75; 15:2:172; 15:3:221; 33:2:162-163; 44:1:77, 80, 82, 92

Pierre’s Hole battle 1:3:3; 44:1:82 (see also Rendezvous, 1832)

Pierre’s River (see Pierre’s Hole)

Pierson (Private) 39:1:125

Pierson, George (Mrs.) 28:2:209, 235

Pierson, L. (Mrs.) 30:1:106

Pierson, Lovina (Mrs.) 37:1:110

Pietierre, P. 48:1:81

Pietism and Progress: James H. Hayford and the Wyoming Anti-Gambling Tradition, 1869-1893 by William Howard Moore 55:2:2-8

Piety Hill 24:1:79

Pike County (Arkansas) 65:4:46

Pike, George 36:1:48; 37:2:225

Pike, Marshall (Sergeant) 16:1:40

Pike, Marshall S. 34:2:204-205

Pikes Peak 21:2/3:117

Pilcher, Joshua 15:2:136; 15:3:205-220; 32:1:6; 55:1:53

pilot (see picup)

Pilot Knobs 37:2:218-219 (see also Teton Mountains)

pilots (see instructor pilots)

Pilson, Bob 15:1:14

Pim, Thomas 47:1:12

Pima (Arizona) Indians 26:2:130; 31:2:143

Pinchot, Gifford (see Clarence T. Johnston’s Dissent: A Challenge to Gifford Pinchot and the Conservative Ethos)

Pinchot, Gifford 4:4:384-385; 20:2:138, 141; 45:1:13; 56:2:39-44; 58:2:23

Pindell, Craig, photo by 65:4:4

Pine Bluffs, Wyoming 21:1:93; 22:2:69; 23:1:11, 14; 24:1:42; 30:2:150, 168; 56:1:40; 65:2/3:4

Pine Creek 22:2:28, 39

Pine Grove 42:2:162 (see also Pine Grove, Wyoming)

Pine Grove Creek 33:2:201

Pine Grove Meadow 44:2:159

Pine Grove Station by Mrs. Walter Lambertsen 33:2:198, 201, photo 202, 203

Pine Grove, Wyoming 16:1:81 (see also Pine Grove)

Pine Mountain 39:1:111-112

Pine Ridge 34:1:109

Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota 16:1:10; 18:1:20, 27; 31:2:131; 39:2:204-206; 46:2:273; 63:2:61, 64

Pine Ridge, South Dakota 17:1:12

Pine Tree Bluffs 17:1:27, 51; 30:2:137

Pine Valley 21:2/3:119

Pinea, Adolph (see Pena, Adolph)

Pinedale Hotel 22:2:35

Pinedale Musuem (proposed) 25:1:70, 73

Pinedale Roundup 22:2:30-31, 41; 42:1:70; 42:2:163, 173

Pinedale Townsite Company 22:2:33, 35

Pinedale, Wyoming 22:1:11; 22:2:26, 27-46; 25:1:74, 78, 80

Pinero Oil 22:1:90

Piney country 25:1:50

Piney Creek 32:2:199; 36:1:67; 36:2:213 (see also Recollections of a Piney Creek Rancher)

Piney Creek Crossing (Bozeman) 36:1:64; 38:2:137-139; 40:1:51, 54; 41:2:193-194; 42:1:90; 42:2:270-271; 44:2:141, 175

Piney Creek Ford 36:2:214

Ping, Catherine 23:2:31, 36

Pinkerton, Joan Trego (see Knights of the Broadax: The Story of the Wyoming Tie Hack)

Pinney (see Big Piney)

Pinnick, James 23:1:55

Pinyon Peak Highlands 44:1:76

pioneer associations of Wyoming (list) 13:4:367

pioneer cabin 26:1:53-55, 59

pioneer picnic 26:1:59

pioneer women (see women)

Pioneer (poem) by Jessa Eula Wallis 27:1:117

Pioneer Center (see Colonel Cody’s Dream of Pioneer Center-A Reality)

Pioneer Culture When Wyoming was Young by Mrs. Harriet Knight Orr 26:1:33-38

Pioneer Farthings of Laramie County by Gerald M. Adams 57:2:2-7

Pioneer Forts of the Old West by Herbert M. Hart, review 40:1:149-150

Pioneer Historical Marker (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Pioneer Hook and Ladder Company 39:1:23

Pioneer Line 31:2:174-175

Pioneer Musuem 30:2:162

Pioneer of Wyoming by Clarence Holden 1:1:7-8

Pioneer Park 26:1:55-57 (see also Mormon Pioneer Park)

Pioneer Patchwork by Mrs. George Gilland 11:4:254-256

Pioneer Portraits by Mrs. Graham Walker 30:2:224

Pioneer Printing in Wyoming by Douglas C. McMurtrie 9:3:729-742

Pioneer Ranch Life in Wyoming by Margaret W. Sackett 14:3:169-179

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

Pioneer School 16:1:58

Pioneer Steelmaker in the West: The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, 1872-1903 by H. Lee Scamehorn, review 49:1:152-154

Pioneer Townsite Company 24:1:76

Pioneer Trails Association 21:1:93

Pioneer Week 31:2:233

Pioneer Wyoming Brew 64:2:62

Pioneering in Crook County by Eva Ogden Putman 3:4:203-211

Pioneering in the ‘70s by Mrs. George Gilland 5:1:19-24

Pioneering the Union Pacific: A Reappraisal of the Builders of the Railroad by Charles Edgar Ames, review 42:2:276-277

Pioneering Western Trails-A Pioneer Family by Clarence B. Richardson 22:1:69-83

pioneers (see Big Horn Pioneers; HISTORICAL MARKERS: Lander Monument; Oregon Country pioneers; Pathfinders from River to Ocean; Picture Gallery Pioneers; Society of California Pioneers; Why a Pioneer?) photo 16:1:56; 27:1:109-110

pioneers near Little Box Elder Creek Crossing (see also GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

pioneers of 1832-1846 6:1&2:240 (see also Early Pioneer of Wyoming)

Pioneer’s Day (poem) by Wesley Beggs 26:1:52

Pioneer’s Progress by Alvin Johnson, review 34:1:124-125

Pioya 17:2:142

Pipe Line Road 33:2:200

pipes 30:1:100 (see also peace pipe)

Pipestone Quarry (Minnesota) 17:2:130

Piscataway National Park 65:4:61

Pison Springs (see Poison Springs)

Pitcher, Susan J. 46:2:175-176 (see also Okie, Susan)

Pitchfork Cattle Company 29:2:74

Pitchfork Ranch (see RANCHES)

Pitchfork, Wyoming 29:2:157

Pitkin (Governor of Colorado) 16:2:97

Pitman, Virginia 52:2:39

Pitts, E. H. 26:1:64

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 65:1:7, 17; 65:4:67

Pittsburg wagons 31:2:157

Pit-ze-ka-we-cha-cha (see Mustang Jack)

Pizarro, Francisco 49:2:228, 247

Pizzel (see Poisal)

place names (see Wyoming Place Names)

Place of the Northern Arapahoes in the Relations Between the United States and the Indians of the Plains, 1851- 1879 by James C. Murphy 41:1:33-61; 41:2:203-255

Place, Robin (see Introduction to Archaeology)

Placerville, California 23:1:61

Placing the Grand Teton Memorial Tablet by F. M. Fryxell 6:3:249-261

Plaga, A. R. 37:2:221

Plaga, Otto 54:1:15

Plaga Ranch (see RANCHES)

plains 28:2:213-215; 29:2:127-128, 137-139; 31:1:140, 220

Plains Across by John D. Unruh 65:2/3:7, 12

Plains Apache by John Upton Terrell, review 48:2:292-293

Plains Cree 65:1:4

Plains History Revisited by F. H. Sinclair 28:1:21-26

Plains Hotel 30:2:147; 54:1:15, 28

Plains Indian Mythology by Alice Marriott and Carol K. Rachlin, review 48:1:143-144

Plains Indian Threat on the Oregon Trail Before 1860 by Robert L. Munkres 40:2:193-221

Plains Indians 1:1:4 (see also Amazons, Witches and Country Wives: Plains Indian Women in Historical Perspective; Great Plains Northern American Indians; Hidden Half: Studies of the Plains Indian Women; Place of the Northern Arapahoes in the Relations Between the United States and the Indians of the Plains, 1851-1879; Plains Indians: Their Origins, Migrations, and Cultural Development)

Plains Indians: Their Origins, Migrations, and Cultural Development by Francis Haines, review 48:1:151-152

Plains Rifle by Charles E. Hanson, Jr., review 32:1:137

Planter’s House 25:1:13, 20

Plateau Creek 16:2:128

Platenius, Charles (Private) 27:2:172

Platt, C. B. (see GRAVES; relocation of pioneer burials)

Platt, Orville H. 37:1:39-40, 48; 37:2:164

Platte Bridge 32:2:225, 227-228, 235; 35:1:19; 43:2:238 (see also Battle of Platte Bridge)

Platte Bridge Battle 46:1:12; 32:2:234-238

Platte Bridge Fight 17:1:4; 23:2:19-21; 28:2:181-186 (see also Indian Version of the Platte Bridge Fight)

Platte Bridge Station 17:1:9; 17:2:170; map 20:1:89, 91; 21:2/3:112, 116-117; 23:2:6-9, 14, 16, 23; 27:2:179; 28:2:166, 180-182, 189; 29:1:68-70, 73; 30:1:107; 32:2:228, 232, 234-235; photos 43:2:272 (see also FORTS AND CAMPS: Caspar; Platte Bridge Station and Fort Caspar)

Platte Bridge Station 47:1:19, 23, 25

Platte Bridge Station and Fort Caspar by Olaf T. Hagen 27:1:3-17

Platte, C. E. (see Platt, C. B.)

Platte Canyon 33:1:48

Platte County 6:3:262-270; 23:2:41; 32:1:105; 33:1:65; 45:1:82 (see also Axford School photo; Reminiscences by John Hunton)

Platte County State Bank 54:2:41

Platte River 7:1:345; 15:3:295-296; 17:1:17, 51-52, 57; (southside) 20:1:86; 21:2/3:111, 113, 115-116, 118, 125, 129, 132-133, 139, 173, 178; 22:2:93; 23:2:6-7, 14, 20, 24-25; 24:1:43; 26:2:182; 25:2:126; 26:1:6-8; 27:1:4-5; 27:2:176-177; 28:2:181; 29:1:68, 72; 31:2:145-148, 152, 155, 158, 160, 162-175, 178-181, 183, 185-187, 243; 32:2:185, 221, 225-226, 266; 34:1:57-58, 62; 36:2:175, 180, 182, 193, 206, 209, 212, 224; 40:1:9; 44:2:209, 215-216, 219; 48:1:111, 123; 65:1:34; 65:2/3:6, 10-12, 24; 65:4:10, 44 (see also FERRIES: Mormon Ferry; Mormon Ferry on the North Platte)

Platte River Crossing 33:2:197-200, 204; 34:1:45, 55

Platte River Crossing by Leeland Grieve 33:2:198-199; 33:1:99-100

Platte River Ferry (see FERRIES)

Platte River Road Narratives by Merrill J. Mattes 65:2/3:7, 9, 10, 12, 14

Platte River Valley: 61:1:18; 65:2/3:7, 24

Platte Road 20:1:85-86

Platte Route 65:2/3:6-7

Platte Station 33:2:204

Platte Valley 32:1:34; 32:2:223

Platte Valley Lyre 33:2:154-155; 43:2:167

Platte Valley-South Pass Trail 65:2/3:11

Platte Valley, Wyoming 16:2:167

Platteter, Leo A. (see review of Indian Tipi: Its History, Construction and Use)

Plattsmouth, Nebraska 65:2/3:12

Pleasant Valley Mines (Utah) 25:2:192

Pleasant Valley, Oregon 23:1:83

Pleasant Valley School photo 19:1:46; 28:1:58-59

Pleasant Valley Sunday School 65:1:27

Pleasant Valley, Wyoming photo 14:2:97; 23:1:91, 93

Pleazel, Wyoming 29:2:159

Plenty Bear 4:2:303-305; 17:2:162; 29:1:150 (see also Arapaho)

Plenty Coupes 19:2:68; 44:1:58, 63, 68-70 (see also Crow)

Plenty Horses 38:1:127 (see also Sioux)

pleuro-pneumonia epidemic (cattle) 16:2:150-151

Ploesti, Romania 64:3/4:17

Plont (Frenchman) 29:2:184

Plont Pony Express and Stage Station 29:2:184-185

Plum Creek, Nebraska 24:1:46

Plumb (Colonel) 23:2:6, 8-10; 27:1:14

Plumb Creek 23:2:26

Plumb, Preston B. (Lieutenant Colonel) 46:1:22; 51:2:40; 60:2:26-27

Plumbago Canyon 64:2:36

Plumbly, Walter "Bud" 39:2:258

Plumhoff A. (Private) 27:2:172

Plummer, G. W. (Mrs.) 1:3:20

Plummer, Roy O. 21:1:101

Plummer, Samuel B. 23:1:105

Plummer, Vivian photo 62:3:137

plummets 29:2:132

Plunkett, Horace Curzon (Sir) 20:1:83; 26:1:35; 29:1:43, 47-51, 57, 63, 65; 35:2:164; 43:2:205-214; 45:2:241-247; 62:1:47, 51, 56-58 (see also Plunkett of the EK, Irish Notes on the Wyoming Cattle Industry in the 1880s)

Plunkett of the EK, Irish Notes on the Wyoming Cattle Industry in the 1880s by William W. Savage, Jr. 43:2:205-214

Plutus lode 40:2:228, 233

Plymouth (see West of Plymouth)

Plympton, Calvin 39:1:97, 101, 103

Plympton, Emma L. 39:1:101, 103

PO Ranch (see RANCHES)

Poage 24:1:30, 36-38, 49

Pocatello 29:1:86, 88, 96; 29:2:205-206, 212, 226; 33:1:31, 33 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Pocotello Creek 14:4:268

Poe, Edgar Allen 65:2/3:26

Poe, O. M. (General) 15:2:118

Poem to the Pioneer Women by Hazel Hoble Boyak 30:1:49

Po-e-ma-che-ah 27:2:202 (see also Bannock)

poetry (see Darkness Around Us is Deep: Selected Poems of William Stafford)

poetry contest 28:2:126

Pogue 31:1:38

Pogue, Pandora photo 13:3:176-179

Pohogue (Sagebrush people) 33:1:28

Pohorai (Sagebrush valley) 33:1:27

Poindexter vs. Greenhow court case 16:1:22

Point, Nicholas (Father) 48:1:80 (see also Wilderness Kingdom. Journals and Paintings of Father Nicholas Point)

Point of Rock Railway Station 34:2:237-238

Point of Rock trekkers photo 40:1:72

Point of Rocks 17:1:47; 33:2:199, 208; 34:2:237; 39:1:34; 42:2:237; 44:2:157, 282

Point of Rocks by Adrian Reynolds 33:2:212-213

Point of Rocks-South Pass Freight Road Trek, Trek No. 18 of the Historical Trail Treks compiled by Maurien Carley photo 40:1:73, 107-127

Point of Rocks Stage Station 38:1:109

Point of Rocks Stage Station by Rae Dell Varley 40:1:108-111

Point of Rocks trekkers photo 40:1:72

Pointer, Larry (see In Search of Butch Cassidy)

Poire, Louis 26:1:51, 63

Poiree, T. K. 44:1:43

Poiret, Eugene 28:1:179

Poirot, Jean 20:1:91

Poisal 46:1:17-18, 24

Poisal, John 46:1:17

Poisal, Margaret 46:1:17

Poison Spider 64:3/4:17

Poison Spider Creek 23:2:7, 13; 29:1:72, 83; 34:1:116; 43:2:283

Poison Spider River 39:1:109

Poison Spider Road 32:2:232; 39:1:109

Poison Springs 23:1:66

Poker Jim 23:2:52

Poland, John S. (Colonel) 18:1:26-29, 39-43, 63; 41:1:105-106

pole camp and home of John Sublett at Elk Mountain, Carbon County photo 43:2:cover, 4

Pole Creek 17:1:26, 28-29, 42, 51, 53; 22:2:31; 23:2:24; 32:1:70, 75; 35:1:89

Pole Creek Pass 17:1:38

Pole Creek Trail 60:2:4

Pole Creek, Wyoming 30:2:136

Pole Mountain 18:1:49, 66 (see also MILITARY: Pole Mountain reserve maneuvers)

Political History of Jack R. Gage by Kathleen M. Ikasrpan 48:2:167-253

Politics and Grass: The Administration of Grazing on the Public Domain by Philip O. Foss, review 32:2:264-265

Politics of a Cowboy Culture by Roy A. Jordan and Tim R. Miller 52:1:40-45

Polk (President) 17:2:105

Polk, Adam 42:2:204

Polk, Ed 26:1:16, 19

Polk, Loujincy 26:2:233 (see also Jones, Lulu Cobb; West)

Pollack, Edwin (Captain) 48:1:61; 48:2:275; 55:1:43

Pollard, Archibald 39:2:258

Pollard, Harry (Mrs.) 24:1:87; 28:1:54-56

Pollard, Harry 24:1:86

Pollard, Harry P. 19:1:60; 19:2:137; 20:1:94

Pollard, Jane E. (Mrs.) 17:1:83

Pollard Ranch (see RANCHES)

Pollay, C. A. 19:1:29

polling list (1845) 11:2:127 (see also Judge W. A. Carter Collection)

Pollock (Major) 16:2:131

Pollock, Edwin (Captain) 35:2:125-126, 131

Polly, C. A. 39:1:101

polygamy 25:2:187

Pomera, Francies 21:2/3:111-112, 133, 135

Pomerene, Atlee 53:1:21-24, 26

Pomeroy, Justin J. 5:2&3:46-48; 50:2:303-304, 318

Pomeroy, Roney (Mrs.) photo 5:2&3:64

Pomery, Frances (see Pomera, Francies)

Ponca 17:2:130, 150; 59:1:50

Poncha Pass 16:2:110

Poney, R. A. 16:2:160

Pony Bab 1:1:7 (see also Haslan, Robert H.)

Pony Express (poem) by T. J. Mahoney 32:1:48-49; 38:1:104

Pony Express 1:1:7; 6:3:297; 32:1:12, 23, 29, 31-35, 44, 129; 32:2:16, 31-32, 34-35, 128, 164; 33:1:92; 33:2:196, 223-224; 42:1:79, 98-99; 44:1:94; 44:2:271, 274, 285; 61:2:14 (see also Aubrey, Francis Xavier; Cody, William F.; Overland Mail; Pony Express-The Great Gamble; Story of the Pony Express)

Pony Express by Lee Jensen, review 28:1:105-107

Pony Express by Moonlight by W. R. Leigh photo 32:1:4

Pony Express by W. H. Jackson photo 32:1:cover

Pony Express Centennial (1960) 15:3:245-246; 23:2:59; 31:2:231, 233

Pony Express Saga 28:1:105-107

Pony Express-The Great Gamble by Roy S. Bloss, review 32:1:130

pony express stations 31:2:217-218, 224 (see also Deer Creek Pony Express Station; Plont Pony Express and Stage Station)

Pony Trails in Wyoming by John Rollinson 26:1:21

Poo-dat 16:1:30-31 (see also Bannock)

Pool, Guy E. (Mrs.) 27:2:231

Pool, Helen Buell 35:2:137

Poole, DeWitt C. (Captain) 43:2:248; 51:2:45-46, 49

Poole, L. H. 46:1:30

Poole, W. C. 62:1:35-36

Pope, Ernest 1:3:17; 1:4:16-17

Pope, John (General) 16:2:95; 27:1:13; 32:2:270; 33:1:82; 55:1:37 (see also General Pope and U.S. Indian Policy)

Popo Agie 28:2:136

Popo Agie oil springs 29:2:223

Popo Agie River 16:1:71, 75; 26:2:213; 31:2:245, 253; 33:2:160; 34:1:50; 37:2:219; 39:1:122

Popo Agie River Valley 34:1:51

Popo Agie Valley 15:1:69-70

Poposia, Wyoming 29:2:159

population (1867) 30:1:53, (1868) 77-78, (1869) 88-89

Populism in the Mountain West by Robert W. Larson, review 60:2:60

Populism in Wyoming by David B. Griffiths 40:1:57-71

Populist Clubs (see Populists)

Populist Part revolt 37:2:195, 197

Populist Party 47:1:70-72; 65:4:5

Populist political movement 40:1:58-71 (see also Moreton Frewen and the Populist Revolt)

Populists 20:1:15-16

Porcupine Creek, Wyoming 26:2:135

Porcupine Ridge 17:1:71

Porivo 52:1:46-54 (see also Shoshone (Eastern))

Porro, Caesar 22:1:87

Port Neuf 30:1:68, 81, 83

Portage La Prairie 17:2:110, 147

Porter 48:1:122

Porter, Andrew (Colonel) 31:1:27

Porter Brothers 45:2:146

Porter, Charles H. 56:2:40-41

Porter, Clyde (Mrs.) 25:1:78, 80

Porter, Clyde (see Ruxton of the Rockies)

Porter, Etta (Mrs. Jack) 33:2:71, 73; 43:1:58

Porter, Frederic Hutchinson "Bunk" 9:2:694; 10:1:44; 45:1:55-56; 52:2:6-7; 53:1:39, photo 40, 41-47

Porter, H. G. 19:1:43

Porter, Jack 33:2:71, 73; 43:1:58

Porter, James (Private) 32:2:237

Porter, John R. (Judge) 34:2:197

Porter, John W. 20:1:72

Porter, Josephine (Mrs.) 27:2:231

Porter, Mae Reed (see Ruxton of the Rockies; Scotsman in Buckskin)

Porter, Mary Harriet 21:2/3:119

Porter, T. C. 34:2:181

Porter, Tommy 34:1:106

Porterfield (Sergeant) 23:2:24

Portland Evening Telegram 35:2:206

Portland, Oregon 65:2/3:15; 65:4:27

Portland Oregonian 18:1:88

Portrait in Oil. The Belgo-American Company in Wyoming by Wilson O. Clough 38:2:224; 41:1:5-31

Portrait of an "Ordinary" Woman, Eliza Steward Boyd by Clarice Whittenburg 29:1:33-37

Portugee houses 18:1:69

Portugee Phillips 23:2:59; 27:2:184-186; photo 38:2:224 (see also HORSES AND MULES; HISTORICAL MARKERS; Phillips, John "Portugee)

Portugee Phillips Ride by Thomas E. White 42:1:90-92

Portugese Houses 55:1:35

Posey, P. S. 53:2:28

Posey S. Wilson and Company (see Wilson, Posey S.)

Posse Comitatus Act 59:2:18-19

post offices 11:1:52-60; 15:1:62; 21:1:11; 29:2:157-159 (see also Fort Bridger Post Office)

post traders 27:2:131-132

Post (see Stebbins, Post and Company)

Post, Amelia 62:1:10, 20, 33, 59, 63-64

Post, Amelia B. (Mrs. M. E.) 23:1:8; 37:1:29, 50, 55, 62

Post and Warren 20:1:7 (see also RANCHES)

Post Enterprise 42:2:164-165, 173

Post, Fred photo 37:1:4, 5

Post, Maude 16:2:162, photo 163; photo 37:1:30, 31

Post, Morton E. 1:3:14; 16:1:50, 52-53; 23:1:8; 20:1:73; 23:1:29; 39:1:11; 39:2:170, 172, 177; 43:2:209; 51:2:17, 20; 57:1:36-37; 59:1:7; 62:1:47

Post Near Cheyenne: A History of Fort D. A. Russell, 1867-1930 by Colonel Gerald M. Adams, USAF (Retired), review 62:3:146-147

Post Trader and Indian Trader Tokens by J. K. Moore, Jr. photo 27:2:130, 131-135

Post, W. H. 16:2:94, 97, 114

Post, W. S. 47:1:32 (see also W. S. Post Store photo)

postage stamps 16:1:35

Postmodern Barons 65:4:5

Potholes in the Great Platte River Road by Merrill J. Mattes 65:2/3:2, 6-14

Potomac River 65:4:61

Pottawatomie 17:2:49

Pottawatomie Reservation 32:1:11

Potter (Attorney General) 49:1:59

Potter (General) 33:1:84

Potter 21:2/3:113

Potter, Charles N. 12:3:185-186; 15:1:40-41; 24:2:92; 37:1:17, 19, 44; 37:2:178, 205; 42:2:232; 53:2:40; 57:1:36-37; 65:1:32; 65:4:30

Potter, Fred 39:1:101

Potter, Joseph H. (Lieutenant Colonel) 51:2:43

Potter, Lizzie (Mrs.) 39:1:102

Potter, R. F., Jr. 24:2:25-26

pottery 26:2:198

Potts 15:2:103

Potts, James 35:2:150

Potts, Jesse 33:2:179, 183

Potts, Jim 33:2:179, 183

Potts Livery Stable 31:1:73

Poultney gun 18:2:118

Poulton, P. C. 34:1:75

Pourade, Richard 51:2:16

Pourade, Richard F. (see Gold in the Sun; Anncient Hunters of the Far West)

Pourier, Baptiste (Mrs.) 32:2:225

Pourier, Baptiste "Big Bat" 15:4:403; 27:2:167; 43:2:238, 242, 244, 257; 49:1:42 (see also Big Bat)

Pourier, Joseph 35:2:205

Pourrier, Batesse (Mrs.) (see Pourier, Mrs. Baptiste)

Poverty Flat 24:1:79

Poverty Hill 16:1:80

Powder River 16:1:73; 17:1:9, 12; 17:2:127; 18:1:77; 22:2:98; 23:1:5, 22; 23:2:4, 8, 10, 23; 27:2:137-141; 31:2:131, 133, 136, 138-139, 191, 204, 207-208; 32:1:70, 74, 81, 93; 32:2:216, 223; 48:1:113, 124; 48:2:275; 65:4:4, 43-44 (see also Middle Fork; Powder River; Powder River Country; Powder River Let’er Buck; Powder River Let’er Buck Derivation of the Famous Slogan; War on Powder River, the History of an Insurrection)

Powder River Basin 48:2:278; 65:4:4

Powder River Bridge photo 58:2:49

Powder River by Struthers Burt 14:3:171

Powder River Campaign (1865) 23:1:5; 54:1:42

Powder River Canyon 34:1:98-99; 39:2:225

Powder River Cattle Company 29:1:41-44; 32:2:165; 35:1:91; 35:2:132; 43:2:208-209, 213-214; 55:1:47

Powder River Commercial Company 33:2:279, 183

Powder River Country by Betty M. Sager 39:12:112-113

Powder River Country 16:1:51; 28:1:27; 29:2:41-65,141, 161-176; 30:1:19; 31:2:127, 129, 138-139, 191, 202; 33:2:160, 161-162, 171, 179-180, 182, 211, 232; 34:2:154 (see also Diary of Major Wise, an Englishman, Recites Details of Hunting Trip in Powder River Country in 1880; Military Posts in the Powder River Country of Wyoming)

Powder River Crossing 29:2:171; 55:1:46

Powder River dry fork 36:2:216, 218, 222, 224

Powder River Expedition 4:3:361-362; 8:2:578-592; 16:1:74; 26:2:127; 27:1:8, 13, 16; 27:2:142-158; 29:2:216; 35:2:126; 36:1:51; 36:2:225; 46:1:32; 48:1:61; (1876) 57:1:21, 28, 32 (see also History of the Western Division of the Powder River Expedition)

Powder River Forts: Connor and Reno by Edith Thompson 36:1:51-52

Powder River Land and Cattle Company 35:2:159, 161

Powder River Let’er Buck by Maxwell Struthers Burt, review 11:1:52; 14:3:171

Powder River Let’er Buck Derivation of the Famous Slogan by Edward J. Farlow 11:1:21-24

Powder River Place 30:2:189-190

Powder River Road 36:2:226, 232-233; 37:2:217; 38:2:150-151; 39:1:111-112; 43:2:240; 45:2:245, 247 (see also Bozeman Road; Bozeman Trail)

Powder River Route 4:3:357

Powder River Slope 39:2:224, 228

Powder River Stage Stop 29:1:44-47

Powder River Valley 31:2:127; 32:2:161; 35:2:125, 131-132, 147

Powder River Wars 41:1:34, 38, 66-67

Powderly, Terence V. 56:1:57

Powell (Brevette Major) 39:1:106

Powell, (Major) 2:4:64; 34:1:241

Powell 39:1:127; 42:2:173; 43:1:116

Powell, A. J. (see Levi Powell and A. J. Powell Letters)

Powell, Billy 36:1:45

Powell Bottom, Wyoming 16:2:87-88, 94

Powell, C. K. (Reverend) 65:1:25

Powell, Emma Dean (Mrs.) 43:1:123

Powell, Frank (Colonel) 26:1:11, 24

Powell, Fred 64:2:44-50, 52, 55

Powell, George 19:1:47; 20:1:90; (Mr. and Mrs.) 28:1:54, 59-62; 30:2:157-158 (see also RANCHES: George Powell)

Powell, James R. 17:1:11; 23:2:31, 33-34, 36

Powell, James W. 36:1:62; 41:2:196-201; 55:1:41

Powell, Jim 24:2:51-52

Powell, John Wesley (Assistant Surgeon; Captain; Major) 15:1:72; 16:2:88; 17:2:113; 20:2:133; 34:2:185, 189; 43:1:113-124; 50:1:145; 50:2:338, 346; 53:2:14; 58:2:23; 60:2:29; 62:3:116; 65:4:23

Powell, Leni 13:4:255-256

Powell, Levi (see Levi Powell and A. J. Powell Letters)

Powell Liberty Ship 43:1:124

Powell, Lyle 31:1:44

Powell, Mary 64:2:50-56

Powell Monument (see HISTORICAL MARKERS)

Powell Museum 43:1:124

Powell National Bank 54:2:35

Powell National Forest 43:1:121

Powell Peak 43:1:120

Powell, Philip Wayne 49:2:224, 227, 231, 235, 243

Powell Plateau 43:1:121

Powell Point 43:1:121

Powell Spring 43:1:121

Powell, Thomas (Private) 32:2:232

Powell, William 21:2/3:214; 64:2:56

Powell, Wyoming 53:2:15; 54:2:21; 56:1:13-14, 20; 64:3/4:2

Powell’s Ranch (see RANCHES)

Powelson, Gladys 9:2:699

Powers, J. A. 25:2:211

Powers, Jimmy 41:1:125; 43:2:192; 53:1:11

Powers, Margaret (Mrs.) 26:2:198-199; 27:2:231

Powers, Thomas G. (Senator and Mrs.) 19:1:44; 50:1:28

Powers, Tom 18:2:120-121; 42:1:81-82

Practical Housekeeping 42:2:243-251

Pradre, Martin (Mrs.) 32:2:251

Praeger, Otto 17:1:66, 75

Prager, Dora 25:1:31, 37, 40

Prager, Frank 25:1:32-33, photo 34, 39

Prager, Frank, Jr. 25:1:28, 40

Prager, Harry 25:1:40

Prager, Julie 25:1:40

Prager, Sophie 25:1:32, 40

prairie chicken 26:1:6

prairie dogs 26:1:9; 30:2:128

prairie schooner 65:2/3:2 (see also Wake of the Prairie Schooner)

Prairie Cattle Company 22:2:18

Prairie Chicken River (see Green River)

Prairie Dog Creek 17:1:47; 31:1:49; 33:2:171-172; 36:1:65

Prante, Ray 61:1:41, 43

Prassel, Frank R. (see Western Peace Officer, A Legacy of Law and Order)

Pratt (fur trader) 15:3:218

Pratt (Lieutenant) 39:2:20

Pratt and Ferris Cattle Company 18:2:131; 55:1:47

Pratt, Buck 28:2:174

Pratt, H. C. (Lieutenant) 1:2:3

Pratt, James H. (Colonel) 53:2:70

Pratt, Lester 26:2:127

Pratt, Martin L. 52:1:57

Pratt, Orman 37:1:123-124; 38:1:109

Pratt, Orson 21:2/3:120, 123, 177; 27:2:192; 40:2:204; 62:2:80, 83-84, 87

Pratt, Parly P. 32:1:52

Pratt, R. H. (Lieutenant) 58:2:12

Pratt, Salayce 26:2:127

Pratte, Bernard, Jr. 49:1:86, 95-99, 101-102, 104

Pratte, Lester 51:2:45-46

Pratt’s Peak 28:2:174

Prazos River (see Brazos River)

Preager, Frank 6:1&2:186-188

Preble, Edward 44:1:104

Preece, Harold (see Dalton Gang, End of an Outlaw Era)

Preemption Act (1891) 20:2:135

Preemption Law (1841) 64:3/4:52

Prehistoric Hunters of the High Plains by Geroge C. Fison, review 51:1:154-155

Preiss Murchand, Mrs. V. E. 2:3:60

Prelude to the Black Hills Gold Rush of 1876 by Scott Tubbs 54:1:36-50

Premption Act (1841) 35:1:29

Prentice, Ella 39:2:259

Presbrey, Oliver M. (Mrs.) 45:2:214

Presbyterian Board of Home Missions 65:1:25

Presbyterian Church 16:1:64; 17:1:77; 26:1:32; 58:1:11, photo 12

Presbyterian School 65:2/3:27

Presbyterian Synod 65:1:25

Prescott, Daniel 18:2:159; 24:1:85

Prescott, William 22:1:91

Present the pipe 43:2:249 (see also Sioux)

Present World of History: A Conference on Certain Problems of Historical Society Work edited by James H. Roadabaugh, review 32:1:136-137

presents 37:1:79

Preservation of Wyoming Historical Relics 20:2:177

Preservation of Wyoming’s Vernacular Architecture by Rheba Massey 63:4:172-174

Preservation Planning Branch, National Park Service 65:4:61

Preserving Our Landmarks by Dan W. Greenburg 6:4:289-291

Presgrove, Minnie 30:2:240 (see also Memoriam from One Old Soldier to Another)

Preshaw 15:3:253

Preshaw, S. M. (Sheriff) 12:4:323; 20:2:169

President Chester Arthur’s expedition map 14:1:facing 35

President Theodore Roosevelt with Governor Brooks and Senator Warren photo 20:2:132 (see also Roosevelt, Theodore; Brooks, Governor; Warren, Senator)

Presidential party at Upper Geyser Basin photo 14:1:32

President’s Message by Frank L. Bowron 26:1:82-84; 26:2:191-193; 27:1:89-91

Presley 32:2:174

Press on Wheels 33:2:138-140, 145-146, 150-151 (see also Frontier Index; Frontier Index on Wheels)

Press on Wheels. A History of the Frontier Index of Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Elsewhere? By John A. Lent 43:2:164-203

Press On Wheels: Frontier Index by Burton DeLoney 14:4:299-314

Preston, D. A. (Mrs.) 7:1:362

Preston, Douglas A. photo 37:1:4, 5, 18-19, 22; 42:2:234; 54:1:56

Preston, Lucille 54:2:13

Preston, William Bowker photo 29:1:38, 39

Preston, William J. (Colonel) 32:1:26

Pretty Bull 43:1:83 (see also Crow)

Pretty Frank 28:1:66

Pretty Voiced Bull 28:1:31

Preuit, Ruby 54:2:10

Preuss 33:2:167

Preuss, Charles 42:1:79; 47:2:222; 60:2:3 (see also Pruess, Charles)

Prevo, Jane (Mrs.) 27:2:231

Prevost, Etienne 33:2:160

Prewitt, Fred 26:2:123

Price (Lieutenant) 16:2:99, 108, 119

Price Administration 52:1:25-33

Price, Alex 22:2:38

Price, C. Earl 24:2:92

Price, Clark 42:1:93

Price, Clayton "Clay" S. 9:2:700-701; 25:1:68

Price, E. Jasper 16:2:94

Price, Ellen 16:2:94, 113-115, 128, 132-133

Price, Flora (Mrs. Jasper) 16:2:94, 113-114

Price, Garrett 64:1:24

Price, Hiram 58:2:11-12, 15

Price, Jacob 19:2:73

Price, Jake 19:2:73

Price, John 16:2:94

Price, May 16:2:94, 128

Price of Arrogance: The Short and Controversial Life of William Judd Fetterman by John D. McDermott 63:2:42-53

Price, Rose 25:1:96

Prices and Wages at Fort Laramie, 1881-1885 by Robert A. Murray 36:1:19-21

Prichet (see Willis and Prichet)

Prichet, John 31:1:23; 32:2:182

Priest, Polly 24:1:25

Prill, L. Merton 16:2:166

primitive gathers 29:2:127, 131

primitive rock chipping 26:2:196

Primitive Indian Dress by Susan Fecteau, review 52:1:68-69

Primm, E. S. (Mrs.) 28:2:130

Prince Paul of Wurtemburg (see Wurtemburg, Prince Paul)

Prince, Richard E. (see review of Smoke Across the Prairie; review of Smoke Over the Divide; review of Smoke Down the Canyons)

Princeton, Illinois 65:4:27

Princeton Unversity librarian (see Gerould, James T.)

Prine, Margaret L. (see Merris C. Barrow: Sagebrush Philosopher and Journalist)

Pringle, Andrew, Jr. 59:1:36

Pringle, Virgil K. 40:2:204, 219; 42:1:12, 26, 42; 42:2:208, 220; 62:2:78; 65:2/3:18, 21, 24-25

printing in Wyoming 9:3:729-742; 13:4:347-351 (see also Fourth Infantry Press at Fort Bridger; newspapers; Pioneer Printing in Wyoming; publishing)

Prior (Lieutenant) 15:3:210

Prior Appropriation 59:1:19, 24

Prisoner of War Camp 64:3/4:2

prisoners 21:1:15; 26:1:67

prisons (see penitentiaries)

Pritchard, Dewitt 32:1:8

Pritchard, J. Irl 54:2:21

Pritchard, James Avery 31:1:5, 19; 31:2:146; 32:2:171; 43:2:225 (see also Overland Diary of James A. Pritchard from Kentucky to California in 1849)

Pritchett 15:2:114

Probing the American West introduction by Ray A. Billington, edited by K. Ross Toole, A. R. Mortenson, John A. Carroll and Robert M. Utley

Proctor (Captain) 38:2:227

Proctor, Arthur 65:2/3:10

Proctor, Joseph (Captain) 48:1:87

Proctor, Redfield 34:2:143-144

Producers and Refiners Corporation (PARCO) 55:1:3

Professional Directory (see Laramie Professional Directory)

Progressive Party 35:1:23, 77

prohibition 54:1:13, 16, 18, 21; 64:2:56-57 (see also Casper’s Prohibition Years; Daughters of Joy, Sisters of Misery: Prostitutes in the American West, 1865-1890)

Project Mutual Telephone Company 30:2:150

projectile points 26:2:196; 29:1:107-109; photo 30:2:216, 217-218; 31:2:227, photo 228, 229

prominent citizens 16:2:138 (see also individual names)

Promontory (see Westward to Promontory)

Promontory Point (see High Road to Promontory: Building the Central Pacific Across the High Sierra)

Prospect Hill 25:2:127; 29:1:73

prospectors (see Gold Blue Mountains)

Prosser, Harriet (see review of Longhorns North of the Arkansas)

Protection of Stock in Wyoming Territory and to Punish Certain Offenses Concerning the Same (legislative bill) 20:1:6

Protestant Clergy in the Great Plains and Mountain West, 1865-1915 by Ferenc Morton Szasz, review 61:2:55-56

Protestant missionaries 17:2:101-102

Protestantism 65:1:23 (see American Protestantism and the United States Indian Policy, 1869-82; FIRSTS: Protestant mission in Tetons)

Prothers, Johathan 42:1:14

Protus (automobile) 52:1:34-36, photo 37, 38-39

Proud Wyoming (poem) 37:1:48

Provines, Kate Ellena 21:2/3:240

provisions 27:2:216

Provo (City), Utah 26:2:149, 164-165, 171 (see also Brigham Young University)

Provot, Etienne 1:1:4; 1:3:1; 17:2:98-99; 30:1:46; 32:1:6; 44:1:81; 44:2:285 (see also Provost, Etienne)

Prowers, John W. (Mrs.) 46:1:32

Prucha, Paul Francis (see Dawes Act and the Allotment of the Indian Lands; Great Father: The United States Government and the American Indians; review of Sword of the Republic: The United States Army on the Frontier, 1743-1846; Atlas of American Indian Affairs)

Pruess, Charles 61:1:33 (see also Preuss, Charles)

Prugh, Merle 33:2:220

Pryde, George 3:2:148-149

Pryde, George B. 24:2:114; 25:1:97; 26:1:99; 27:2:231 (see also Union Pacific Coal Company, 1868 to August, 1952)

Pryor Gap 51:1:141

Pryor, Nathaniel (Sergeant) 49:2:275

Pryor’s Creek (see Pryor’s Stream)

Pryor’s Stream 37:2:217-218

public bath houses (see first public bath houses)

public domain (see fencing public lands; FIRSTS: attempt by U.S. Government to set aside a large piece of public domain)

public land (see Wyoming’s Senator John Benjamin Kendrick: The Politics of Oil, Public Land and National Park Legislation in the 1920s )

Public Utilities Commision 30:2:140

Public Works Administration 49:2:175

publishers 9:3:729-742 (see also Pioneer Printing in Wyoming)

publishing (see FIRSTS: book printed in State of Wyoming; book printed in Wyoming Territory; Cheyenne Directory published in newspaper; recorded book imprint in Wyoming; Pioneer Printing in Wyoming)

Pueblo 21:2/3:135; 27:2:234-236

Pueblo, Colorado 58:2:47; 64:3/4:8, 22

Puerrier, Baptiste (see Pourier, Baptiste; Big Bat)

Puerrier, Lollie 27:2:167

Puget Sound (Washington) 65:1:37; 65:4:25

Pugh, Johnathan 44:1:41

Pugh, Red 22:2:21

Pugmyer, Jonathan 21:2/3:136, 138

Pulitzer Races (Iowa) 17:1:66

Pulliam, James 20:1:89

Pullman, George Mortimer 47:1:36

Pullman Strike 65:4:5

Pullman, Washington 65:1:53

Pulsifer 26:1:8

Pulsipher, John 46:2:224, 226, 230, 233-234

Pulspher, Zera 26:2:180

Pumeroy, F. M. 21:2/3:137, 154

Pumpelly, Raphael 34:2:185

Pumpkin Buttes 30:1:6; 31:2:127; 33:1:69; 33:2:181; 34:1:102; 36:1:52, 69; 37:2:231; 38:2:164; 45:2:148-149

Pumpkin Seed Point by Frank Waters, review 41:2:283-285

Pung Chung 19:2:111

Punteney, Wyoming 29:2:159

Purbelow (see Pueblo)

Purcell, John 48:2:236

Pur-chi-can (see Washakie)

Purde Motor Club 26:2:131

Purdy 44:1:103

Purdy, Jennie M. 27:2:231

Purple, E. R. 28:1:87-88

Purvis, Frances 61:1:43-44

Pusey, Merlo J. (see Builders of the Kingdom: George A. Smith, John Henry Smith, George Albert Smith)

Push Root (see Lander, Wyoming)

Push-e-can (see Pur-chi-can)

Pushroot Jim 18:1:77-78

pushrooters 18:1:78

Putman, Daniel (Captain) 21:2/3:137

Putnam, Charles 43:2:230

Putnam, Eva Ogden 3:3:191 (see also Pioneering in Crook County)

Putnam, Lucia 6:1&2:241 (see also Romance of Old Trails)

Pyle, Ernie 49:2:193

Pyle, Howard 65:4:18

Pyle, Stephen (Reverend) 43:1:102, 105-106

Py-poo-roo-yan 27:1:82 (see Shoshone (Eastern))