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bronwen c. souders'
index of samuel m. janney's Memoirs
sequential index

index description

Bronwen Souders and her husband John have written numerous books about the history of Waterford, Virginia, a 1733 village near their home in Loudoun County.  In 2005 the Souders presented the Thomas Balch Library in Leesburg with a bound collection of records of runaway slaves, as recorded by advertisements in The Genius of Liberty, a 19th century newspaper, covering the years 1817 to 1843 (click here to access those records).

Samuel McPherson Janney (1801-1880), was a Quaker essayist, lecturer and lobbyist for religious and anti-slavery causes.  His extensive travels throughout the northeast enabled him to come in contact with many others in the anti-slavery movement, during its most active and volatile period.  Bronwen Souders has indexed his memoirs for her own use, and graciously shares the index as a tool for researchers in the anti-slavery and Underground Railroad field of study.  Two versions of the index are available: one sequential (below), listing all of the sites and people Janney writes about, in order of appearance, and a second index, which is strictly alphabetical.

An electronic version of S.M. Janney's book is available online from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, at: http://docsouth.unc.edu/fpn/janney/janney.html  The electronic version has retained the original page numbers, making it a good match for the index below.  The link above will open the book in a new window, making it easy to use the index alongside of the original text.

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sequential index
to
MEMOIRS OF SAMUEL M. JANNEY: LATE OF LINCOLN, LOUDOUN COUNTY, VA.:
A Minister in the Religious Society of Friends (WRITTEN BY HIMSELF.)

Index for Memoirs of Samuel M. Janney
(first reference in order of appearance in book after page one)
(Taken from the Memoirs by Bronwen C. Souders, Education Committee, Waterford Foundation, March 16, 2006)

Name, place or subject   Page
Stabler, Edward    9, 17, 21
Stabler, William    46, 58
Meade, Aquilla     52
Truman, George     44, 45, 48, 86, 89, 90, 91
Comly, John     42, 43, 44
Zell, T. E.     44
Moore, Benjamin P     42
Thomas, Phillip E.     42
Williams, John     41
Asbury, Bishop     39
Suttle, Widow     38
Russell, Joseph     37
Janney, Samuel H.    33
Custis, Geo. Wash. Parke   29
Janney, Phineas    7, 26, 89, 199
Janney, Ann     26
Janney, Elizabeth    26, 37
Janney, John    26
Bond, Thos. M.    25
Braithwaite, Anna    21
Forster, William    21
Dick, Elisha C.    10, 17, 20, 22
Ellicott, Rachel    23, 24
Judge, Margaret    22
Brown, Margaret    22
Hicks, Elias    17
Morris, George P.    16
New York Mirror     16, 49
Lamphier, William     13, 14
McPherson, Hannah    4
McPherson, John    4
Janney, Jacob    4
Janney, Hannah    4
Janney, Israel   4
Janney, Abijah   2, 58, 90
Janney, Jane   2
Janney, Thomas   2, 4
Penn, William   2, 106, 128, 259
Owen, Griffith   3
Falls Monthly Meeting   3
Hopewell Monthly Meeting, VA   4, 171
Triadelphia   7
Hallowell, Benjamin   7, 22, 47, 48, 169, 252, 271, 275
Stabler, William   10
Alexandria, District of Columbia   14, 25, 58
Apothecary   25
Lake George   26
Niagara Falls, NY   26
Montreal, Quebec, Canada   26
Quebec, Quebec, Canada   26
Lake Champlain   26
Benevolent Society   28, 29. 89
Abolitionists   59, 60, 73
Slavery, essay about   86
Slavery, abolition of   29, 59, 63-85, 89, 92, 96, 114, 137, 208, 209, 226
Runaways   31
Slavery, petition against   30
District of Columbia   32
Occoquan, VA   33, 37, 41, 50, 90
Red Sulphur Spring,VA   33, 37
Poem: Night Scene… 35
Janney, Thamsin   37
Alexandria Monthly Meeting, District of Columbia   37, 40, 41
Quinby, Daniel   38
Stafford Courthouse, VA     38
Fredericksburg, VA   39
Richmond, VA   39
Petersburg, VA   39
Norfolk, VA   40
“Letter on Christian Doctrine”   40

Waterford, VA   41, 173, 193, 230
Baltimore, MD   42, 198, 199, 209, 240, 248
Philadelphia, PA   110, 175, 178, 188, 228, 231, 240
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, PA   42, 111, 112, 130, 236, 300-301
Alexandria., DC/VA   42, 188
Baltimore Yearly Meeting, MD   43, 127, 190, 224, 253, 296, 298
Meeting for Sufferings (see Representative Committee)   43,
Dunning Creek Friends, PA   46, 47
Bedford Co, PA   46
Centre Quarterly Meeting   46, 196, 197
Loudoun County, VA   46, 50, 93
Frederick Co, VA   46
Clear Spring, PA   46
Myers, __   46, 47
New York Yearly Meeting, NY   47, 130, 137, 175, 204, 236, 240, 300, 304
Indian concerns   49
Women’s issues   49
Poetry   49, 299-300
Springdale, Loudoun County, VA   50, 91, 92, 168
Fairfax Co, VA   106
Fauquier Co, VA   52
Culpepper Co, VA   52
Orange Co, VA   52
Albemarle Co, VA   52
Augusta C. VA   52
Warrenton, VA   52
Presbyterian Church, VA   52, 53
Colored people, VA   53, 93
Culpepper Courthouse, VA   53
Madison Courthouse, VA   53
Carson, James   54
Orange Courthouse, VA   54
Charlottesville VA   55
Methodist Meeting house, VA   55
University of VA   55
Waynesville Academy, VA   56
Staunton, VA   56
Port Republic VA   56
Wyer’s Cave, VA   56
Harrisonburg Masonic Hall, VA   56
Winchester, VA   57
Indiana Yearly Meeting-1844, 1857 or 1875    58, 59, 153, 299
Green Plain Quarterly Meeting   59, 60, 62, 63, 65, 97
Disclaimer   59
Miami Quarter, OH   60, 65
Waynesville, OH   60, 287
Nichols, Isaac   60
Walker, Abel   62
Dugdale, Joseph A.   64
Cincinnati, OH   65
Progressive Friends   66, 97, 210
Ohio Yearly Meeting   66, 153
Epistle to Ohio Yrly Mtg 1844   66
Pemberton, James   74
Woolman, John   74, 226
Benezet   74
Miflin   74
Lindley   74
Comly’s Miscellany   74
Liberty Party   75
American Anti-Slavery Society   75
Hopper, Isaac T.   87
Slaveholders   87, 95, 98
Alexandria Gazette, District of Columbia    88, 89
Baltimore Saturday Visitor   88
Funds, Request for   87
Jackson, John   89
S., W. “Valued friend” [Steer, William?]   89
D., G.   89
H., B. [Benjamin Hallowell?]   89
Yankees In Fairfax Co, VA   91
Randall, Samuel S.   91, 106, 128
Richmond Whig, VA   91
Pleasants, J. Hampton   91
Smith, John   92, 96, 130, 151
Redstone Quarterly Meeting   92
Free Schools   93, 107
McDowell, J. Governor VA   93
Randolph, T. Jefferson   93,94
Plummer, Dr, clergyman   93
Free schools, vote against   95
Salem (Ohio) Yearly Meeting   96
Smith, John   96
Smith, William A. (Pres. Of Randolph Macon College)   97, 105
Leesburg courthouse, VA   97
Grand Jury Case, SMJanney, 1850   97-106
Loudoun Whig, VA   105
McIntyre, C.C.   105
Roan, Judge   104
Henry, Judge   104
Tucker, Judge   104
Albany, NY   110
Hogan & Thompson   110
Tate, William   111
New York Yearly Meeting, NY   111
Yearly Meeting, North Farmington, NY?   111, 118, 125
Concord Quarterly, Wilmington DE   111, 130
Kennett Monthly Meeting, Marlborough, PA   112
Marlborough, Kennett Monthly Meeting, PA   112
Cherry Street Meeting, Philadelphia, PA   113, 131
Green Street Meeting, Philadelphia, PA   113, 134, 237
Cadwallader, Priscilla   114
Fallsington, Bucks Co, PA   114
Comfort, Samuel   114, 178
Trenton, NJ   114
Yearly Meeting, New York, NY   114
Rose St Meeting, NY   114
Hester Street house, N.Y.   116, 117, 141
Hunt, John   116, 179
Stanford, Duchess Co, NY    118
Wine, John   118
Haviland, Eleazer   118, 140
Wright, Justus   118
Carmalt, Caleb   120, 125
Wheatland Meeting, NY   121
Mendon Meeting, NY   121
Rochester, NY   121
Congregational Friends, Rochester, NY   124
Orthodox Friends, Rochester, NY   124
Waterloo Meeting NY   124
Scipio Meeting, NY   124
Albany Meeting NY   124
Orthodox Friends   127, 154, 159, 224, 246, 290, 291, 292
Evans, Thomas   128, 150
Collenger, Dr   128
Fox, George   128, 129, 160, 183, 238, 239, 242
Stevens, Priest   128
Johnson, Jane   129
Abingdon Quarter   130
Parry, Isaac   130
Kirk, Charles   130
Mitchell, Dr.   130
Upper Dublin Meeting   131
Gwynned Meeting, PA   131, 177
Philadelphia Quarterly, PA   131
Salem Quarterly PA   131
Mediums, spiritual manifestations through   131, 132, 158
Chatham Monthly Meeting, NY   137
Coffin, John   137, 181
Janney, John (son of S.M.)   137, 169 (death of)
Coffin, Eliza T. (dau of John, wife of John Janney)   137
Rose Street Meeting, NY   137
Mott, Richard   138, 139, 140, 149, 150, 151
Orthodox Friends   138
Life of Penn by SM Janney   138
Fox, George   138
Hicks, Elias   139
Hicksite Friends   139
Gurney, J. J.   139
Cow Neck Meeting, Long Island NY   140
Cock, Wm and wife   140
Nine Partners   140
Price, Rebecca   140, 171, 179, 181
Gunpowder Meeting, MD   140, 199
Dixon, Isaac & wife   140
Matinacock Meeting   140
Oyster Bay Meeting   140
Westbury Meeting   140
Jericho Meeting   140
Bethpage Meeting   140
Jerusalem Meeting   140
Flushing Meeting, Long Island NY   140
Purchase, West Chester, NY   144
Chappaqua, NY   144
Haddonfield Quarterly Meeting, N.J.   144, 145, 146
Lippincott, Isaac & Mary   144
Hunt, Sarah   146
Riverton, NY   146
Parrish, Dillwyn   146, 147, 152, 153
Moorestown, NJ   146
Westfield, NY   146
Evesham, NJ   146
Burlington, NJ   147
Grellet, Stephen   147
Allen, William   147
Life of William Allen   147
Inquisition records, Rome   147, 148
Pope Pius VII, re Wm Allen interview with   147, 148
Parrish, John   149, 151
Mott, daughter-in-law   149
Life of William Penn, by SM Janney   149
Life of George Fox, by SM Janney   149
Burlington Meeting   150
Rancocas Meeting   150
Old Springfield Meeting   150
Chesterfield Meeting   150
Trenton Meeting   150
Bristol Meeting, PA?   152, 240
Byberry Meeting   152, 178
Germantown Meeting   152
Abingdon Monthly Meeting   152
Race Street Meeting House, Philadelphia, PA   153, 176, 236, 239, 240
Holmes, Elijah   154, 155, 163
Janney, C (dau of S.M.)   154
Bennett, Elisha   154
Brownsville   154
Westland Meeting   154
Redstone Meeting   154
Wesleyans   154
Hoopes, Edward   154
Columbiana Meeting 155
Salem, OH   155
Townsend, Samuel   155, 156, 184, 186, 252
New Lisbon, OH   156
Progressive Friends   156, 157
Representative Committee   156
Salem Yearly Meeting   156, 157
Richmond, IN   157, 160, 287
Lupton, Anna, sister of S.M. Janney   157, 167
Whitewater Quarterly Meeting, Dublin IN   158
Fall Creek Monthly Meeting, IN   158
Spiritual manifestations   158
Dublin, IN   158
Milton, IN   158
Chester, IN   158
Goose Creek Meeting House, VA   159, 230
Lombard Street house, Baltimore, MD   159
Newport, IN   160
Chicago, IL   161
Perdue, Thomas   161
Sterling, IL   161, 162
Penrose, Mark   161
Lung hemorrhage   161
Wilson, Joseph   161
Mount Pleasant, IA   162
Prairie Grove, IA   162, 211, 212
Fairfax Quarter, VA   162
Universalist Meeting house   163
Vermont, Fulton Co. IL   163
Peoria, IL   163, 164
Ivins, James   164
Depression   164
Spiritualism   164, 165, 198
Indiana Yearly Meeting, Richmond, IN   165, 240
White Water Quarterly Meeting   165
Cincinnati, OH   167
Waynesville, Warren Co, Ohio   168
Green Plain Meeting   168
Baltimore Yearly Meeting, MD   168, 287
London Yearly Meeting   168
Meeting for Sufferings of London   169
Red Sulphur Springs   170
Janney, Cornelia (dau of SM Janney)   170, 275, 304-2 references
Warrington Monthly Meeting, York County, PA   172, 173, 302
Hoge, Jesse   173, 175, 290, 292
Pipe Creek   173, 174
Shepherd, William   173
Newberry Meeting, PA   173
Huntingdon Meeting, PA   174, 196
Monallen Meeting house, PA   174
Bush Creek Meeting house, near Newmarket PA   174
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting   175, 176, 204, 253, 304
Jewett, Joseph H & Tacy (sister & brother-in-law of SM Janney)   175
Saunders, John   175
Abingdon Quarterly Meeting   176
Plymouth Meeting, PA   177
Lare, Joel   177
Norristown, PA   178, 240
Richardson, Nathaniel   178
Walker, Daniel   178, 181
Dorland, Andrew   178
Byberry, NJ? PA? (gone 2006)   178
Falsington Meeting   178
Bristol, NJ   178
Trenton, NJ   178
New York, NY   179, 231
Macy, Josiah   179
Brooklyn, NY   179
Education   180, 181
Bedford, Peter (of London)   180
Jersey City Lyceum Hall   181
Chatham, NY   181
Southern Quarterly Meeting   181, 183
Baltimore Quarterly Meeting, MD   181, 187
Needles, John   182
West River Friends Meeting   182
Slave ships, West River   182
Miles River Bridge   182
Betty’s Cove   183
Third Haven Creek   183
Trade Haven Creek   183
Burnyeat, John   183
Edmundson, John   183
Third Haven Meeting   183
1676 Quarterly & Yearly Meeting minutes   183
Morality of Quakers   183
Easton, MD   184
Snow Hill Meeting House, Preston MD   184
Methodists   185
Pine Grove, MD?   185
Centre Meeting   185
Denton Court House   186
Friends Meeting house, Camden DE   186
Little Creek Meeting DE   186
Friends Meeting House, Smyrna, DE?   186
Odessa Meeting   187
Millington Friends Meeting house   187
Cecil Meeting, Kent County MD   187
Gunpowder Meeting   187
History of Friends, 2nd Ed. 1861   188
Fort Sumpter, SC   188
Civil war   188
Secession   189
Fairfax Quarterly meeting, VA   189
Bull Run, battle of, VA   189
Balls Bluff, battle of, VA   198
Holmes, William   190, 193, 233, 304
Taylor, Yardley   190
Throckmorton, Job   190
Hopewell Quarterly Meeting, VA   190
Washington City   190, 196, 227, 231
Evans, Gen.   191, 192, 193
Lee, Dr.   192
Lee, Mrs. (widow of Dr.)   192
Lee, Ora (dau of Dr and Mrs.)   192
Orr, John M.   193
Orr, Ora Lee, wife of John M.   193
Fairfax Meeting house, VA   193, 194
Gover, Miriam   194, 196
Goose Creek Meeting house, VA   194
Tennessee, East, atrocities   195
Janney, Mary Ann (dau of SM) 1862   196
Sandy Spring Meeting MD   196
Indian Spring, MD   196
Woodlawn Meeting VA   196
Alexandria Meeting, VA   196, 227
Fairfax County VA   196
Steer, William B.   196
Hallowell, Benjamin   196, 198
Hallowell, wife of Benjamin   196
Moore, Benjamin P.   196, 210
Moore, wife of Benj. P.   196, 210
Jones, Susan   196
Bedford, PA   197
Dunning's Creek Meeting House   197
Blackburn, Jesse   197
Blackburn, James   197
West Branch Meeting House, Clearfield Co, PA   197
Moore, Nathan   197
Bridgeport Meeting PA   197
Spencer, Joseph M.   197
Way, John   198
Janney, Elizabeth, wife of S.M.   198, 252, 299, 304
Bald Eagle, MD?   198
Lewiston, MD?   198
Confederate Army   199
Fredericktown, MD   199
Deer Creek, Harford Co, MD   199, 200
Jewett, Tacy, sister of SM Janney   199, 201, 299
Nottingham Quarter   199
Broad Creek Meeting, MD   200
Hopkins, William   200
Drumore Meeting, MD   200
Little Britain, MD   200
Smedley, Eli   200, 201
Eastland Meeting, MD   200
Brown, Levi K.   201
West Nottingham Meeting   201
East Nottingham Meeting   201
Little Elk Meeting   201
Fawn Meeting   201
Throckmorton, Job   202
Hopewell Meeting, VA   202, 203
Winchester Meeting, VA   203
Woodlawn Meeting, Alexandria, VA   203
Waterford’s meeting, VA   203, 210
Lupton, Anna, sister of SM Janney, wife of Richard   204
Lupton, Richard R.   204
Richmond, IN   204
Fairfax Meeting, VA   205
Richmond, VA   205
Fairfax members, prisoners   205
Williams, William   207
Hollingsworth, Robert J.   207
Williams, Mary, wife of Wm   207
Walker, James M, brother Mary Williams   207
Lincoln, Abraham, President   207, 210, 219, 220
Hitchcock, Gen.   207
Stanton, E.. M. Sec. of War   207
History of the Society of Friends   208
Mail, passage of N-S   209
Iowa Quarterly Meeting, IA   209
Berlin, MD   209
Provost Marshal, U.S. Berlin, MD   209
Needles, Mary B   210, 213
West Liberty, IA   210, 287
Wapsinonoc, near West Liberty, IA   210
Dugdale, Joseph A.   210, 211, 212
Dugdale, Sarah   210
Columbus OH   210
Needles, M. B.   211
Mount Pleasant, OH   211
Burlington, IA   214
Muscatine, IA   214
Mississippi River   214
Iowa City, IA   214
Wapsinonoc, IA   214
Atalissa, IA   214
West Liberty, IA   214
Marshall Co, IL   214
Marietta, OH?   214
Marshalltown   214
Orthodox Friends   214, 215
Sterling, IL   214
Loudoun Co, VA   215
Townsend, David   215
Chicago, IL   215
Wilson, Joseph   215
Dixon, IL   216
Tonica, IL   216
Price, William M.   216
Brooks, Elizabeth   216
Blue River Quarterly Meeting IL   216
Satterthwaite, Eliza   216
Lewelling, William   216
Clear Creek Meeting, IL   216
Henry, IL   216
Canton, IL   216
Rees, Jonah H & wife   216
Ipava, Fulton CO, IL   217
Russell, Jos (IL)   217
Plainfield Friends Meeting, IL   217
Benjaminville, IL or IND   217
Honey Creek IN   217
Reynolds, David   217
Richmond, IN   217
Springboro Monthly Meeting, [Warren Co], OH   217
Waynesville [Fayette Co?], OH   217
Grove Meetinghouse, near Harveysburg [sic]—Harrisburg? OH, S. of Columbus  217
Colored people from Loudoun in OH   217
Loudoun County “colored people” in OH   217
Green Plain Meeting, OH?   218
Oakland Meeting, IN?   218
Waite, Major, of IL   218, 219
1864 journey: 3055 miles; 8 weeks   218
Goose Creek Meeting, arrest of members 1864   219
B. Dr. physician captured by Union army   218
Mosby’s Confederate Cavalry   219
Alexandria, VA   219, 305
Point of Rocks, MD   220
Augur, General, in Washington   220, 221, 223
Arrest of Loudoun citizens   220-223
Dana, C. A. Asst. Sec. Of War   220, 221
Grant, Lt. Gen.   220, 222
Sheridan, Gen.   220, 221, 229, 230
Harpers Ferry, WV   220
Williams, William   221
Janney, C.P.   221
Frederick Co, VA   222
Jefferson Co, WVA   222
Burr, Maj. De Vere Circuit Court Judge, District of Columbia   222
Alexandria Meeting house, VA   222
Underwood, Judge, US District Court   222
Carrol Prison   223
R. A. [Rust, Armistead?] Loudoun state senator   223
R., General   224
Janney, Dr. Edward   228
Washington Meeting house   228
Indian Affairs, U.S. Commissioner of   228
Seneca Indians   228, 259
Orphan Asylum, Seneca   228
Philadelphia Quarterly Meeting, PA   229
Train crash   229
Columbia Co, NY   229
Shenandoah River, VA   229
Catocten River [sic], VA   229
Lovettsville, VA   230
Burning raid losses, VA   230
Fairfax Monthly Meeting, VA   230
Janney, Asa M. (brother of Samuel M)   230, 236, 245, 252, 253, 254, 277, 302
Shoemaker, W. T.   230
Stanton, E. M.   231
Janney, Charles P.   231
Committee on Claims   231
Forty-Second Congress (1872)   231
Mosby’s cavalry conscriptions   232, 233, 234
Hamilton, Loudoun Co, VA   233, 234
Upperville, VA   234
Lee’s surrender   234
Mosby’s guerrillas   234
Lincoln, assassination of   235
Genesee Yearly Meeting   235
Foulke, Thomas of New York   236, 243, 245, 246, 301
Spruce Street Meeting   237
Roman Catholics vs Quakers   238
Protestants vs Quakers   238
Fenelon   238
Lady Guion   238
Penn, William   238
Friends First Day School Association   240
Radnor, Valley Meeting House and Circular Meeting, PA?   240
Falls Meeting, NJ   240
Middletown Meeting, NJ   240
Wrightstown Meeting, NJ   240
Newtown Meeting, NJ   240, 241
Makefield Meeting, NJ   240
Trenton, NJ   240, 241
Fifteenth Street Meeting, NY   241, 243
Brooklyn Meeting, NY   241, 243
Truman, George    241,242
Freedman’s Aid Association   241
Twenty-seventh Street Meeting House, NY   242
Swarthmore College, PA   242
Flushing, Long Island NY   243
Jericho, NY   243
Bethpage Meeting, NY   243
Jericho Meeting, NY   243
Westbury Meeting, NY   243
Willets, Edmund   243
Manhasset, NY   243
Colored School, Lincoln, VA   243
Lincoln VA, colored school, 1868   243
Poughkeepsie, NY   244
Hudson River, NY   244
Poughkeepsie Meeting, NY   244
Pleasant Valley Meeting, NY   244
Ghent Meeting, NY   244
Chatham Meeting, NY   244
Albany Meeting, NY   244
Niagara Falls, NY 1868   244
Lewiston, NY   244
Toronto, Ontario, Canada   244
Duffin’s Creek Station, Ontario, Canada   244
Brown, Sherman (Canada)   244
Brown, Margaret (widow of Nicholas)   244
Brown, Nicholas (late husband of Margaret)   244
Whitby, Ontario, Canada   245
Hillborn, John and wife   245
Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada   245
King, Ontario, Canada   245
Yonge Street Meeting, Ontario, Canada   245
Davis, Nathan   246
Lobo, Ontario, Canada   246
Yarmouth, Ontario, Canada (gone 2006)   246
Malehide, Ontario, Canada (gone 2006)   246
Norwich, Ontario, Canada   246
Pelham, Ontario, Canada   246
Black Creek, NY (or Ontario Canada)   246
Buffalo, NY   246
Cattaraugus Reservation, Indians   246
Indians, Cattaraugus Reservation   246, 247
Angola, NY   246
Wright, Ashur   246
Harriett Two-Guns   247
Orphan Asylum, Cattaraugus Reservation, NY   247
School for Cattaraugus Reservation, NY   247
East Hamburg Quarterly Meeting, NY   247
Cornell, John J.   247
Macedon, NY   247
South Farmington Meeting, NY   248
Canandaigua, NY   248
Elmira, NY   248
1867 journey: 2100 miles 84 meetings   248
Committee on Indian Concerns, Baltimore   250
Baltimore, Committee on Indian Concerns   250
New York Yearly Meeting, NY   250
Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, PA   250
Ohio Yearly Meeting   250
Grant, President   250, 252, 281
Parker, E. S. (Indian)   250, 251, 259, 283
Hallowell, Benjamin   250, 253
Indian Agent (see tribes and individual agents)   250, 251, 252
Dorsey, William   251, 286
Committee on Indian Concerns   251
Secretary of the Interior (1869)   251
Commissioner of Indian Affairs   251
Indian Affairs, Superintendent of, Nebraska   254
Omaha, NB   254, 255, 275, 276, 287
Santee Sioux, agent (Asa M. Janney)   254, 281, 283
Omaha Tribe, agent for (Edward Painter)   254, 255, 258, 262, 273, 275, 276, 281, 283, 286
Painter, Dr. Edward (agent for Omaha tribe)   254, 258, 261, 275
Otoe Tribe, agent for (Albert Green)   254, 274, 284
Green, Albert, agent for Otoe tribe   254, 284
Pawnee Tribe, agent for (Jacob M. Troth)   254, 283, 303
Troth, Jacob M. (agent for Pawnee tribe)   254, 270, 271
Winnebago Tribe, agent for (Howard White)   254, 255, 256, 272, 275, 276, 277, 278, 279, 281, 283, 286
White, Howard, agent for Winnebagoes tribe   254, 275, 277, 278
Iowa, Sac and Fox Tribes, agent for (Thos. Lightfoot)   254, 274
Lightfoot, Thos, agent for Iowa, Sac and Fox Tribes   254
Denham, H. B. late Superintendent of Indian Affairs   255
Minnesota, Indian removal from   256
Indian removal from Minnesota   256
Wisconsin, Indian residency   256
Indian residency, Wisconsin   256
Prairie du Chien, WI   256
Turkey Creek IA? (15 mi west of Prairie du Chien, WI   256
Sioux Tribe   256
Crow Creek, Dakota Territory   257
Quaker history with Indians   259
Treaty of 1854   260
Yellow Smoke (Chief)   261
Chief Yellow Smoke   261
Standing Hawk (Chief)   261
Chief Standing Hawk   261
Treaty of 1865   261, 262
Sansouci, Louis (interpreter)   262
Commissioner of Indian Affairs   262, 263
Presbyterian Mission schools   262
Pawnee Tribe, 1869, history   264, 273
Chowees, band of Pawnees   264, 266
Kit-ka-has, band of Pawnees   264
Peta how-e-rat, band of Pawnees   264
Ske-dee, band of Pawnees   264
Treaty of 1830 (Ske-dee-US)   264
Plum Creek Indian settlement, NB   264
Treaty of 1857 (Ske-dee-US)   265
Platte River NB   265
Omaha NB   265
Whaley, C. H. late agent of Pawnee, NB   265
Murder of white man   265-269
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington   265
McMurty, murder of   265-271
Grant, George D   266
Peet-ah-La Shar, Chief of Chow-ee band   267
Mad Bull   267
Ter-re-Kah-wah   268
Pe-ta-how-e-rat band of Pawnees   268, 270
North, Major   269
Yellow Sun   269, 271
Little Wolf   269, 271
Horse Driver   269, 271
Blue Hawk   269, 271
Dundy, Judge (of US District Court) NB   269, 270
Strickland, Gen.S.A. US Attorney, prosecution   269, 277
Chase, C.S., attorney for defense   269
Dillon, Judge, US Court   270
Lake, Judge, at Omaha, NB   270
Indian Committee, Baltimore Yearly Meeting   271
Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Indian Committee   271
Haines, Franklin   271
Dudley, John H. of New Jersey   271
Powell, Joseph and wife, PA   271
Bazille Creek, NB, flouring mill on   272, 281
Indians of Northern Superintendency   272
Santee Agency   272, 277, 278
Missouria tribe   274
Nemaha Agency   274, 284
Lightfoot, Mary B. (Nemaha agent)   274, 284
Christianization of Indians   274, 275
Mead, Joseph   275, 276, 278
Chase, Benjamin   275, 276, 278
Munson, Oscar P.   277
West Point, Cumming Co, NB   278
Fremont, NB   278
Hookah, Indian leader, murder suspect   278
White Breast, Indian chief   279
Joint Committee of Friends on Indian Affairs   281
Friends’ Joint Committee on Indian Affairs   281
Indian Affairs, Joint Committee of Friends   281
Schools, Indian mission: Congregational   282
Schools, Indian mission: Episcopalian   282
Dakota language   282
Industrial school for Indians   282
Red Cloud, Sioux chief   283
Washburn, J. M, US Agent at Whetstone, NB   283
Spotted Tail, Sioux chief   283
Macy, William H.   285, 286
Resignation, letter of Supt. of Indian Affairs, SMJanney   285
White, Barclay, of NJ   286, 287
Janney, Eliza F.   287
Walker, James M.   288, 290
Hoge, Jesse   288
Steer, Wm. B.   288
Berlin, MD   288
Cumberland, MD   288
Pittsburg, PA   288
Salem, OH   288
Stanton, Martha (Ohio)   288
Durfee, Elihu (Cincinnati OH)   288
Cincinnati, OH   288
Gardner, Sunderland P. (of Farmington NY)   288, 290, 291, 295
Farmington, NY   288
Indian Affairs, report on at Salem OH   289
New Brighton, OH?   290
Columbiana, OH   290
Alliance, OH   290
Deer Creek Meeting, OH   290
Cope’s Run Meeting, OH   290
West Meeting-house, OH   290
Hoge, Kenworthy   290
Mount Pleasant, OH   290, 292
Short Creek Monthly Meeting, OH   290, 291
Gurneyites   290, 291
H. H., Methodist minister, OH   291
Gurney, J. J.   291
Mississippi boarding school for colored girls   291
Colored girls, boarding school for in MS   291
School, boarding, in MS for colored girls   291
Georgetown Methodist (Brown CO), OH   291
Methodist meeting, Georgetown OH   292
Summary of Christian Doctrines   292
Concord, OH (gone 2006)   292
St. Clairsville, OH   292
Barnesville, OH (Presbyterian Meeting house)   292
Presbyterian Meetinghouse, Barnesville, OH   292
Plainfield, OH   292
Somerton, OH   292
Richland, OH (gone 2006)   293
D. U., OH Orthodox Minister   293
Orthodox vs. Hicksite   294-5
Waynesville, OH   295
Springboro, OH   295
Miami Valley Institute OH   295
Miami Monthly Meeting OH   295
Harveysburg, OH   295
Wilmington, OH   295
Cincinnati, OH   295
Cincinnati Monthy Meeting, O   295
Indiana Yearly Meeting, OH   295
Blue River Quarterly Meeting, IL   296
Clear Creek, IL   296
Prairie Grove Quarterly Meeting, IA   296
Richmond, IN   296
1873 trip. 38 days, 1800 miles   296
Illinois Yearly Meeting, 1875   298
50th wedding anniversary   299-300
Bucks Quarterly Meeting, PA   301
Buckingham, PA   301
Monallen, PA   302
Indian Territory, NB   303
Baltimore Committee on the Indian Concern   303
Fairfax Quarterly Meeting at Waterford c.1880   304
Georgetown, District of Columbia   305
Peace Principles Exemplified, by SMJ   305
Lincoln, VA   305
Peace Meeting at Lincoln, Loudoun County, VA   305
Shoemaker, Mary Ann (daughter of SM)   306
Memorial to S. M. Janney by Baltimore Yearly Meeting   306
Indians, rights of   308
First Day schools, establishment of   308




 

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