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Tour, Lord de la, iii. 123.

Townsend treats with Indians, iii. 121.
Traditions not to be relied upon,ii. 65,92; iv.25.
Treat, Maj. relieves Mosely, iii. 32.
Treaties with Massasoit, ii. 29; another, 24;
with nine sachems, 30; the Massachusetts,
41; the Nipmuks, 42; Miantunnomoh and
Uncas, 60; Narragansets, 70; another, 94;
Pequots, 102; Philip, iii. 17; Narragansets,
27; Tarratines in canoes, 106; Pemma-
quid, 109; seven chiefs in England, iv. 28;
Paine's Landing, 71; Fort Greenville, v.
81; Fort Harmer, 111; Black Hawk, 147.
Troup, Gov. of Georgia, iv. 53, 54.
Trueman, Maj. and others, murdered, v. 63.
Tuckabatchees, iv. 48; Tuckabatche, 51.
TUCKPOO.-See WATUKPOO.

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UNKOMPOIN, uncle to Philip, ii. 28; his chief
counsellor, ii. 14, n. ; claims lands in Swan-
zey, 16; signs a treaty at Plimouth, 17:
called Woonkaponehunt, 19; Wohkompa
henitt, 20; killed at Taunton River, 39.
UPPANIPPAQUEм, a Nipmuk, iii. 84.
Uppowoc (tobacco), iv. 6.
USKUTUHGUN.-See SHOSHANIM.
UTTAMATOMAKIN.-See TOMOKOмO.
UTTSOO WEEST,a Wampanoag warrior, iii.61.

U.

UMNATHUM, iii. 16.-See WoONASHUM.
Umpame, Indian name of Plimouth, iii. 67.
UMPTAKISOKE, a Wampanoag, iii. 16.
UNCAS, favored by the Eng. ii. 62; war with
Sequasson, ii. 64; war with Miantunnomoh,
66; besieged in his fort, 69; attempt to kill
him, 73; complains of witchcraft, 74; his
depredations upon Ninigret, 77, 78; the Eng.
blind to his faults, 80; murders eight of his
neighbor Inds.; his character, 85; outlived
his enemies, ib.; his arts in the Pequot war,
87; his various names, 61; renders the Eng.
great service, 87; wounded, 88; plot against
Miantunnomoh, ib.; his treatment of him,
90; war with Pessacus; relieved by the
Eng. ib.; attacks a Narraganset sachem, 95;
trial, 96; found guilty of a "deuilish false-
hood," ib.; forcibly takes another's wife, 96;
a like complaint against him, 97; makes war
upon Ousamequin, 98; Eng. march against
hím, 100; in the Pequot war, 105; screens
fugitives, 107; a Christian, iii. 12; aids the
Eng, in Philip's war, 28; protests against
the introduction of Christianity among his
nation, ii. 113.
Uncataquisset, since Milton, ii. 52.
Underhill, Capt. John, ii. 68, 105, 106.

V.

Vanhorn, Maj. defeat of, v. 125.
Vaudreuil, Gov. attacks N. E. iii. 140.
Venegas on peopling America, i. 7.
Vercheres killed at Haverhill, iii. 140.
Verazzini, his voyage and death, ii. 4.
Vines, Richard, early in N. England, ii. 17.
Virginia, settlement of, iv. 14-24.
Vixon, Robert, jr. a juror, iii. 12.
VNCAS.-See UNCAS.

Volney, C. F. on the Indians, v. 77, 78.
Voltaire on the Indians, i. 5, 12; v. 21.
VSSAMEGIN. See MASSASOIT.

W.

83
WABAN, 11.49, 53, 112, n.; 114-116; iii.11, 81.
Wabinga, River Indians, iii. 97; v. 14, n. T.
WABOKIESHIEK, a Winnebago, v. 145-163.
WAGUSOKE (PHILIP), iii. 4, 16, 84.
Wadsworth, Capt. defeat and death, iii. 38.
Wadsworth, John, of Plimouth, iii. 12.
WAHGUMACUT visits Boston, ii. 49, 108.
WAHOWAH, iii. 114, 129.
WAIANDANSE, ii. 63, 74; acts of, ib.
Waite, Serg. Richard, ii. 75, 84.

Wakely, Mr. bis family murdered, iii. 103.
WALCUT, the ruler, iii. 11.

Waldron, Maj. ii. 58, n.; iii. 97; killed, 115.
WALKER, Maj. a Cherokee chief, iv. 61.
Walking-Purchase, v. 33.
WALK-IN-THE-WATER, V. 126, 130, 131.
Walton, Col. expedition of, iii. 120.
WALUMBE.-See WOROMBO.
WAMBERQUASKE, a Pequot, ii. 109.
Wamesit, Indians burnt there, ii. 117.
Wampanoags, dominions of, ii. 18.
WAMPAPAQUAN executed, iii. 12.
WAMPATUCK, JOSIAS, sells Boston, ii. 45;
sachem of Namassakeeset, iii. 17.
WAMPATUCK, son of Josias, sells Braintree,
ii. 44; some of his people killed by Uncas,
80; his Mohawk war, 45.
WAMPEY, G. ii. 45; "a sage Indian," iii. 12.
WAMPUM, its value, ii. 71; how made; "Jew
nor Devil can counterfeit," iii. 45; sígnifies
a muscle, 55, n.; value of. 66.
WAMSUTTA.-See ALEXANDER.
WANADUGUNBUENT, a Tarratine, iii. 124.
WANAMATANAMET, of Aquidnek, ii. 60.
WANNALANCET, Sachem of Merrimak, ii.117;
made prisoner, iii. 95; friend of the whites,
ib.; Gov. letter to, 96; restores captives,
97; Mosely's depredations on, 97; impiis-
oned for debt, 98'; of Pennakook, 114.
WANNO, a Wampanoag, iii. 10, 12, 15, 60.
WANUHO, a Mohegan sachem, ii. 85, n.
WANUNGONET, a noted Tarratine, iii. 110.
WAPANSETH, a Pottowattomie, v. 153.
War first proclaimed in N.Eng. ii. 35; all wars
barbarous, v. 94; land principal cause of,74,
WARRUNGUNT, a Penobscot chief, iii. 124.
Washington, Gen. iv. 46; embassy to the
French, v. 35-37; measures of, towards

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the western Indians, 73; answer to Corn-
planter, 115; shows him kindness, 118.
WASHOSE.-See AWASHARS.
WASSAMBOMET, a Tarratine, iii. 121.
WASSAPINEWAT, brother of Obtakiest, ii. 35.
WASSHEMET, a Tarratine, iii. 101.
WATAPACOSON, a Nipmuk, iii. 81.
WATAPATAHUE, a Wampanoag, iii. 14.
WATOMBAMET, a Tarratine, iii. 122.
Watson, John, Indian agent, iii. 81.
Watson, Maj. in Oriskana battle, v. 85.
WATTANUMON, a Tarratine, iii. 124, 125.
WATTASACOMPONOM executed, ii. 117.
WATTS, JOHN, a Creek warrior, iv. 46.
WATUKPOO, Counsellor to Philip, iii. 15;
taken prisoner, 61.
WATUSPEQUIN, great Wampanoag captain,
sachem of Assawomset, iii. 9; security for
Tobias, 12; sells lands with Philip, 16; oth-
er sales, 58; burns part of Bridgewater and
Plimouth, 58; surren. to Eng., executed,60.
WAUGHWAMINO, a Narraganset, ii. 95.
WAWALOAM, wife of Miantunnomoh, ii. 61.
WAWNAHTON, a Yankton chief, v. 135.
Waymouth, Capt. voyage of, ii. 5, 6.
Wayne, Gen. named by the Inds. v. 77; his
expedition against, 80; defeats the south-
ern Indians, iv. 67.
WEATHERFORD, a Creek chief, iv. 48; mas-
sacres the garrison at Fort Mimms; gives
himself up, 49; speech to Gen. Jackson, 50.
WEBCOWIT, a Nipmuk, ii. 42.
WECOPAUHIM, a Wampanoag, iii. 14.
WEETAMOO, wife of Alexander, a

" potent
princess," iii. 3; complains against her hus-
band, 4; joins Philip, 5; wife of Quinnapin;
drowned, 5, 6; "a proud dame," 56.
WEHANOW NOW IT, Sachem of N. H. iii. 100.
Weiser, Conrad, interpreter, v. 18, 19.
Welsh Indians, i. 36; iii 110.
Wells, attack upon, iii. 107.
WENEMOVET, a Tarratine, iii. 108.
WENEW, a Narraganset, iii. 27.
WEOWCHIM, a Narraganset, iii. 27.
WEPITEAMOK, his son, and 30 others killed,
ii. 80; Webatamuk, 84, 95, 102.
WEQUASH, a Pequot, ii. 67, 74, 95, 96, 105.
Westbrook, Col. his expedition, iii. 127.
Western Antiquities, i. 39-48.
West, Francis, complains of Philip, iii. 17.
Weston, Capt. Thomas, ii. 15, 33.
Wethersfield, massacre there, ii. 78.
WEWASOWANUET (PHILIP), iii. 16, 48.
Weymouth, Edward, iii. 111.
WHEELBARROW, a Seneca chief, v. 110.
Wheelock, Dr Eleazer, ii. 119.
Wheelwright, Rev. John, iii. 100.
WHITE-EYES, first captain among the Dela-
wares, v. 26; affairs with Pipe, 61; Indian
name, 60; death of, 27.

INDEX.

White, Gen. destroys the Hallibees, iv. 57.
White Hills, description of, iii. 131, n.
WHITE-LION, a Huron chief, v. 124.
WHITE-LOON, a Winnebago, v. 142.
White, Nathaniel, a captive, iii. 121.
White, Peregrine, the first born in N. E. iii.71.
WHITE-THUNDER, an Iroquois, v. 36.
Whitman, Vallentine, interpreter, ii. 75.
Wickabaug, ambush at, iii. 29.
Wickford, depredations at, iii. 36.
Wilcox, Daniel, interpreter, iii. 69.
WILDBOW, SAM, a Narraganset, iii. 77.
Willard, Maj. ii. 48; sent against Uncas, 99;

relieves Brookfield, iii. 29.

Willet, Capt. Thomas, iii. 6, 8, 15.
Willet, Col. Marinus, iv. 46; v. 85, 91.

Williamson, Col. his expedition, v. 23, 25.
Williamson, H. on origin of Indians, i. 7.
Williams, John, captivity of, iii. 141.
Williams, Col. E. killed at L. George, v. 39.
Williams, Roger, ii. 17; kind to Indians, 27;
his account of the Narragansets, 55; not al-
lowed to visit Boston, 61; interpreter, 93.
WINCUMBONE, wife of Mononotto, ii. 110;
saves the life of an Englishman, ib.
Winchester, Gen. his defeat, v. 129.
WINGENIM, a Delaware chief, v. 67, 68.
WINGINA, a Virginia chief, iv. 4, 5.
Winnebagoes, tribe of, v. 141, 143.
WINNEMAK opposes Tecumseh,v.122; fought
at Tippecanoe, 133; killed by Logan, ib.
WINNEPURKITT, son of Nanapashemet, ii.
41; his marriage, 47; anecdote, iii. 94.
Winnipisiogee, Nipisipique, iii. 140.
Winslow, Edward, ii. 19, 24, 25, 28, 31.
Winslow, Maj. iii. 7, 15; commands in the
Narraganset fight, 35; wounded, 71.
Winslow, Nathaniel, of Plimouth, iïì. 12.
Winthrop, Gov. ii. 27, 43, 62.
WISPOKE.-See WooSPASUCK, iii. 26.
WISSEMEMET (Nitamemet), iii. 121, 128.
WITTAWASH, a Narraganset, ii. 70, 95.
WITTUWAMET, a Wampanoag chief, ii. 32;
surprised and slain, 36.
WOAKOMPAWHAN.-See UNCOMPOIN.
WOBEQUOB, a Narraganset, iii. 27.
WOHAWA, iii. 100.-See HOPEHOOD (116).
WOLF-KING, a Creek chief, iv. 23.
WOLF, a Mohegan, v. 40; a Shawanee, 50.
WONOHAQUAHAM, son of Nanepashemet, ii.
40; aids Canonicus in war, 42; his wig-
wam burnt, 47; Sagamore John, ib.
WOODCOCK, a Wampanoag, iii. 61.
Woody, R. complains of Pessacus, ii. 83.
WOONASHENAH, a Wampanoag, iii 61.
WOONASHUM (Nimrod), iii. 15; Munashum,
16; treaty at Plimouth, 17; counsellor to
Philip, 19; another treaty, 20; killed in the
fight at Rehoboth Plain, 28.
WOOSPASUCK, Philip's counsellor, iii. 19.
WOOTONEKANUSKE, wife of Philip, iii. 10,
13; sister to the wife of Quinnapin, 55; Ta-
tamumaque, 15.

WOQUACANOOSE, a Narraganset, ii. 81.
WOROMBO, a Tarratine, iii. 107; residence,
113; his fort taken, 116; treaty, 122.
WOTOKOм, Philip's counsellor, iii. 19.
WUTTACKQUIAKOMIN, a Pequot, ii. 102.
WYEJAH, a Cherokee, iv. 35.
Wyffin, Richard, life saved, iv. 16.
Wyoming, destruction of, v. 87.

Y.

YAHANLAKEE, a Creek chief, iv. 29.
YAHYAHTUSTANUG, iv. 44.
Yamacraw settled, iv. 29.
Yankee, origin of the name, i. 23.
Yazoos, destruction of, iv. 25.
York destroyed by Indians, iii. 106.
YOTASH, YOTNESH.-See ОTASH.
YOUNGEST-OF-THE-THUN
ERS, v. 143.
YOUNG KING, a Seneca chief, v. 110.
Younglove, Dr. captivity of, v. 83.

Z.

Zeisberger, David, a Moravian missionary,
seized by the Hurons, v. 23.
Zinzendorf, Count, mission to the Delawares,
v. 18; anecdote of, ib.

INDEX

TO THE

ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.

ABENQUID murdered, iii. 121; another, 149.
ABIACA (SAM JONES), iv. 123, 147.
ABRAHAM (Negro chief), iv. 77, 93, 138, 140.
ACTEON, noted exploit of, iii. 152–153.
Adams, Hon. J. Q., ii. 44; iv. 54, 116.
Adams, Lieut., exploit of, iv. 141.
AGAMCUS (CAPT. TOM), exploit of, iii. 150.
Alden, Rev. T., missionary, v. 119.
ALLIGATOR, iv. 77, 134, 138, 147, 154.
Alna, wreck of the, iv. 147.
Anecdotes, i. 18-29; v. 100.
Antiquities of America, iv. 26; v. 108.
Apples, "better made into cider," i. 26.
Aquidnek, sale of, to the whites, ii. 60.
ARATOMAKAW, anecdote of, i. 125.
AREXUS, his visit to Boston, iii. 149.
Armistead, Gen., in Florida, iv. 54.
Arthur, Lieut., in Florida, iv. 153.
Ashby, Capt., captures Osceola, iv. 142.
ASSACAMBUIT visits Portsmouth, iii. 156.

B.

BALD EAGLE, murder of, v. 42.
Bancroft, Lieut., relieves Exeter, iii. 150.
Beall, Capt., iv. 147; exploits, 148, 153.
Beard, Indians not without, v. 92.
Bellows, Col., signal exploit of, iii. 154.
BERRY, MAJ., v. 110; death of, 176.
BIG KETTLE, a Seneca chief, v. 110.
BIG WARRIOR's speech to Jackson, iv. 69.
BLACK DIRT, iv. 79, 93, 128.
BLACK HAWK, in N. York, v. 169; escapes
a biographer, 170; visits the Senecas, 171;
liberated, 172; at Boston, 178-180; death
of, 182.
Bloodhounds in Florida, iv. 149; operations of,
150, 151; three killed, 152; exploits of, 154.
Bloody Brook, battle of, iii. 32.
BLUE-JACKET, at Fort Recovery, v. 193.
Blue Licks, battle of the, v. 188.
BOMAZEEN imprisoned, iii. 148.
Books, Indians' notions of, v. 180.
Boone, Col. Daniel, v. 185, 187-189.
BOUDINOT, E., executed, iv. 120.
Bouquet, Col., Ohio expeditions, v. 194, &c.
Bracket, Anthony, escape of, iii. 150.
Bradstreet, Col., expedition of, v. 196.
BRIGHT HORN, exploit of, v. 132.
Brooke, Lieut., killed, iv. 143
Bryant's station, siege of, v. 186.
Bushy Run, battle of, v. 195-196.
Butterfield, Mr., killed by Pequots, ii. 105.

C.

Cæsar, i. 9; never fought Indians, iv. 137.
Calhoun, Hon. John C., iv. 105.
Calico Hills, ambush near, iv. 151.
Call, Gov. of Florida, iv. 135-139, 150.
Carroll, Gen., Cherokee mission of, iv. 102.
Center, Adj., killed at Okechobe, iv. 143.
CHAIKIKA Surprised and killed, iv. 155.
Chambers, Lieut., iv. 138.
Charlotte Harbor attacked, iv. 131.
Cherokees, expatriation of, iv. 97-132.
Cherokee Phoenix, iv. 114, 170.
Cherry Valley, destruction of, v. 89.
Church, Col., death of, iii. 146, 150.
Clark, Gen., Miami expedition, v. 189.
Clinch, Gen., iv. 129-131.
CLOUD.-See LITTLE CLOUD.
COACOOCHEE (Wild Cat), iv. 141, 143.
COAHAJO.-See ALLIGATOR.
Coburn, R., Indian agent, iii. 156.
Colman, John, killed, ii. 4.
Colooshatchie, massacre at, iv. 149.
Consert, Cornelius, iii. 24, 25, 31, 144.
COOPER (Osuchee) killed, iv. 138.
CORMAN, iii. 47; insulted in Boston, 145.
Courcy, Mr., family murdered, iv. 153.
Creus, Dr., killed, iv. 131.
Cross Timbers, battle of the, iv. 171.

D.

Davidson, Capt., death of, iv. 156.
DECORIE, death of, v. 171, 176.
Defiance (Fort), v. 73, 80.

Devil, singular charges against, i. 9; ii. 36.
Dogs.-See Bloodhounds.
DOUBLEHEAD, i. 28; murdered, iv. 121.
Doughty, Maj., disaster of, v. 189.
Drake, Abraham, of Hampton, iii. 112.
Drake, Capt. George, the first Englishman
who sailed in the River St. Lawrence, ii. 20.
Drake, Dr. Daniel, on mounds, i. 41.
Drake, Lieut., gallant exploit of, v. 192.
Drane (Fort), attack upon, iv. 131.
Dummer, Rev. Mr., killed, iii. 107, 148.
Durill, Mr., family destroyed, iii. 151.
Durham.-See Oyster River, iii. 119, 120.

E.

Eames, T., family destroyed, iii. 80.
Eastman, P., captivity of, iii. 97.

INDEX TO THE ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.

I.

"L

Indians, origin of their name, i. 3; some have
no tradition of their origin, 7; render good
for evil, 18; management of wives, 20;
tolerant in religion, ib.; first seen in Eng-
land, France, Spain, ii. 4; cannibals, 4, 65,
86, v. 72; first seer by the Pilgrims, ii.
11; attack them, 12; dance when visited
by strangers, 15; great sickness or plague
among the New England, 16, 17, 20, 75;
so many God cannot kill them," 16; never
forget injuries, 21; their beds, 25; some
whipped at Boston, 44; ravages of the
small-pox among, ii. 47; v. 181; much
addicted to gaming, ii. 25; will play away
the skins from their wives' backs, 31; em-
ploy games as stratagems, v. 52; exact in
the bounds of their lands, ii. 56, 60; abuse
squaw captives, ii. 81; but never insult
white squaws, iii. 45, &c.; never abandon
their slain but to save their own lives, 23;
sagacity in following a track, 40; many
sold into slavery, ii. 8, 107; iii. 40, 104;
dress of the New England, ii. 22; iii. 56;
natural swimmers, 102; first employed in
the revolution, 136, 156; manner of flat-
tening heads, iv. 25; not without beard, v.
92; do not want for natural affection.-See
POCAHONTAS, Bouquet's Expedition, &c.
INDIAN BILLY killed, iv. 135.
Indian Key, massacre at, iv. 153.
Indian Language.-See Language.
Indian Laws, ii. 56, 60.

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Eastman. A., captivity of, iii. 152, 153.
Echota.-See New Echota, iv. 102.
Ellis, Capt., exploit of, iv. 147.
EMATHLA, CHARLES, iv. 125, 135.
Estill, Capt., defeat and death of, v. 185.
Everett, Gov. E., iii. 32; v. 180.

F.

Fall Fight (Turner's Falls), iii. 74.
FLAMINGO visits Philadelphia, i. 28.
Florida War, iv. 70-76; 121-156.
Flournoy, Col., killed, iv. 93.
Fontaine, Maj., killed at Miami, v. 190.
Foot, Capt., tortured to death, iii. 151.
Forbes, Mr., escapes WILDCAT, iv. 152.
Fox Point, N. H., destroyed, iii. 150.
Frontenac, Gov., and WHITE-JOHN, i. 18.
FUXIE murdered, iv. 130.

G.

Gallop, J., executes Pequots, ii. 106.
Gamble, Col., of Florida, iv. 154.
Gansevoort, Col., v. 83.
Gary, Maj., the mad prank of, v. 188.
Gendal, Capt., seizes MOGG, iii. 105.
Gentry, Col., killed, iv. 143.'
GEORGE, CAPT., dies, v. 177.
Georgia. See Cherokees.

Gill, Col., in the Florida war, iv. 135
Gilmer, Gov., iv. 103, 113.
Girty, Simon, the miscreant, v. 186.
GOOD PETER, v. 106.

Goodwin, Col., iv. 131.
Graham, Hon. J. A., v. 169.
Gray, Mr., family murdered, iv. 148.
Green, Col., exploit of, iv. 152.
Greenville, Sir Richard, iv. 7.
Groton, destruction of, iii. 148.
Gyles, John, iii. 107; killed, 148.

H.

HALEC-HAJO parleys with Jesup, iv. 146.
HALEC-TUSTENUGGE, iv. 152, 154.
Hanson, Col., iv. 153, 154.
HARDIDGE, DAVID, surprised, iv. 96.
Hardin, Col., under Harmer, v. 189.
HARJO, embassy to Florida, iv. 137.
Harlan, Maj., killed, v. 188.
Harmer, Gen., v. 73; disastrous expedition of,

189.

Harney, Col., disaster at Synebal, iv. 149,
155; among the Everglades, 155.
Hartshorn, Capt., v. 190; killed, 193.
Hatche Luste, battle of, iv. 138.
Heads, some of the English, sent to the Nip-
muks, iii. 89; of Matoonas and Philip, gib-
beted, 43, 80; of Pequots, set on Say-
brook Fort, ii. 105.

Heald, Capt., killed, at Chicago, v. 134.
Heillman, Maj., death of, iv. 131.
Hernandez, Gen., iv. 138, 141, 142.
Higgins, Paul, a captive, iii. 156.
History, true, little read, iii. 115.
HIX, JOHN, iv. 123, 141.
Hogtown, murder at, iv. 74, 130.
HOLATOOCHEE, iv. 154, 139
HOPEHOOD, iii. 150, 151.

Howell, Mr., family destroyed, iv. 153.
Hulburt, Lieut., killed, iv. 149.
Humphreys, Col., iv. 122.

Irving, Washington, visits B. HAWK, v. 135.
Izard, Lieut., killed, iv. 89.

J.

Jackson, Gen., iv. 102, 103, 106, 109.
Jackson, Serj., devotion of, iv. 152.
JACOBS, CAPT., killed, v. 38.
JAMES-THE-PRINTER, iii. 147.

Jefferson, T., on Indian rights, iv. 109.
Jennings, Lieut., killed, iv. 144.
Jesup, Gen., iv. 95, 96, 135; at the Wahoo,
137; surprises Cooper, 138; captures eight
chiefs, 141; wounded, 145; recommends
giving up the war, 146; seizes another
party, 147; leaves Florida, ib.
JIM BOY, iv. 96, 134; fights for the whites in
Florida, iv.

JOB, COL., insolent at a treaty, iii. 152.
Johns, Mr., barbarously killed, iv. 133.
Judd, Lieut., ambushed, iv. 155.

Juet, R., Journal of Hudson's voyage, ii. 4.
JUMPER, iv. 93, 124, 138, 139; death of, 147.

K.

Kellog's Grove, fight at, v. 152.
Kelly, Mr., devotedness of, iv. 134.
Kennebunk, attack upon, iii. 151.
Kenton, Simon, v. 45; dies, 176.
KEOKUK, V. 172, 173, 175; visits Boston, 178.
Kikapoos, some sent to Florida, iv. 140.
Kilburn, John, defends Walpole, iii. 154.

L.

Lake Monroe, battle of, iv. 139.
Lamb, Mr., family destroyed, iv. 152.
Lane, Col., iv. 134; death of, 135.
Lane, John, Penobscot agent, iii. 156.

INDEX TO THE ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS.

P.

PADDY CARR in Florida, iv. 134, 139.
Paine, Mr. J. H., Georgia insults, iv. 119.
PAINE, KING.-See KING PAINE, iv. 66,124.
Paine's Landing, treaty of, iv. 123.
Palmes (should be Palmer), iii. 49.
PARSHEPARнO at Boston, v. 174.
PATH KILLER and Gen. Jackson, iv. 106.
Peak, Mr., killed at Walpole, iii. 155.
Peminaquid, destruction of, iii. 148.
Pequots, some executed and cast into the
sea, ii. 106; many made slaves, 107; war
with, 104-106.

Language, Indian, ii. 23, 26; iii. 99; i.; viii.;
iii. 134, 137

Leitner, Dr., killed, iv. 144.

Letters from Indians, iii. 37, 83, 147.
Leverett, Gov., iii. 22, 96, 147.
Lindsay, Col., in Florida, iv. 131.
LITTLE CLOUD, iv. 77, 139, 141, 143.
Little Turtle, at Fort Recovery, v. 193.
Logan, Col., expedition of, v. 189.
LORETTE (Grand Louis), death of, v. 177.
LORON, embassy to Boston, iii. 149.

M.

Macomb, Gen., iv. 148; his treaty, 149.
MADOKAWANDO at Groton, iii. 147, 148.
Man does not degenerate here, i. 12; iii. 71.
Manners and Customs.-See Indians.
Marshall, Judge, iv. 111.
Martin, Lieut., cut off, iv. 152.
Mason, Capt., killed, iv. 152.
Massachusetts, name of, ii. 17, 42.
Massasoit, chief of thirty tribes, ii. 24.
Meganumba at Boston, iii. 149.
Mellon, Capt., killed, iv. 139.
MEMECHO, Geo., iii. 29, 30.
Mikasaukies, iv. 93, 128, 139.
MICANOPY, iv. 123, 129, 154.
M'Kee, Capt., v. 193.

M'INTOSH, GEN. iv. 27, 107. CHILLY, 125.
M'Lane, Mr., family cut off, iv. 152.
M'Mahon's defeat and death, v. 192.
M'Neal, Lieut., killed, iv. 141.
MONAKATOOCHA, v. 35, 183.
MONIAC, MAJ., killed at Wahoo, iv. 136.
Money of the Indians, iii. 144.
Monroe (Lake), battle of, iv. 139.
Monroe, Pres., iv. 111, 112; v. 165.
Montgomery, Mrs., killed, iv. 156.
Moore, Col., i. 25.

MOSES, CAPT., mischiefs of, iii. 153.
Motte, Mr., killed, iv. 31.

Mounds, traditions concerning, i. 14; v. 108.
Mount Hope, description of, ii. 18, 19.
Moxus destroys Pemmaquid, iii. 148.
M'Rea, Rev. Mr., killed, iv. 151.
MUSHALATUBEE dies, iv. 148.

N.

NANUNTENOO, iii. 146.

NATANIS, an Abenaki, iii. 156.
NEBINE, an Abenaki, iii. 149.
Nelson, Gen., iv. 143, 144.
NEPANET TOM, ambassador, iii. 146, 147.
New Echota, treaty of, iv. 102.

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ODDERUSSIN visits Boston, v. 181.
Okechobe (Lake), battle of, iv. 143.
ONUX, wife of Quinnapin, iii. 56.
ORONO visits Cambridge, iii. 155, 6.
OSCEOLA kills a chief, iv. 125; insulted, 130;
an escape, 132; another, 135; visited by a
Creek deputation, 137; courage questioned,
139; visits the whites, 140; imprisonment
and death, 142—5.

OSUCHEE (Cooper) surprised and killed, iv.

138.

OTACITE, biography of, iv. 32.
OUCHEE BILLY.-See UCHEE BILLY.
Oyster River, iii. 119, 120; iv. 152.

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Perkins, John, of Agawam, ii. 46.
Perrine, Dr. H., massacred, iv. 153.
Peyton, Lieut., exploit of, iv. 141.
PHILIP defeated at Walpole, iii. 154.
PHILIP of Topkoliky, iv. 141, 147.
Philosophical Transactions, iii. 90.
Pierce, Maj., in Florida, iv. 132, 136.
PIOMINGO (Colburt), iv. 61, 62; v. 193.
PIPE, CAPT., taken captive, v. 200.
POLLARD, CAPT., visited by B. Hawk, v. 171.
Post, Frederick, mission west, v. 39.
Powell, Lieut., defeated, iv. 144.
Purchase, T., house robbed, iii. 115.
PUSHMATAHA, death of, 62, 63.

R.

Rains, Capt., defeated, iv. 152.
Randolph, John, dies, iv. 19.
Recovery (Fort), v. 75, 80; battle of, 191.
RED HAWK, the Shawane, v. 49, 199, 200.
Removal, the policy of, examined, iv. 136.
Rhode Island, purchase of, ii. 60.

RIDGE, MAJ., iv. 100, 108; murdered, 120.
Riley, Col., his exploit, iv. 152.

Ross, JOHN, iv. 53, 100, 107, 108, 118, 141.
Rowell, Capt., defeated, iv. 148.
Russell, Capt., ambushed, iv. 148.

S.

SABATIS, fate of, iii. 154.

Sac and Fox, and Sioux war, v. 177.
SAGUAARAM.-See LORON, iii. 149.
SAM JONES (Apiaca), iv. 139, 141, 143.
Sanderson, Lt., defeat and death of, iv. 152.
San Felasco, battle of, iv. 133.
Saunders, Capt., disaster of, iii. 149.
Saunders, Lieut., his barbarity, iv. 154.
SAQUAREXIS, a hostage, iii. 149.
Savage, Ensign, wounded, iii. 25.
SCAROVADA.See MONOCATOOCHA.
Schermerhorn, Rev. J. F., iv. 101.
Scott, Gen., sent to reduce Cherokees, iv. 103.
Searl, Capt., killed, iv. 150.
Seminoles, iv. 121, 128, 132, 140.
Sherwood, Lieut., killed, iv. 156.
Shrimpton, S., ii. 71; iii, 144.
Siour, some at Boston, v. 178.
Southworth, Lieut. N, grave of, iii. 146.
SPECKLED-SNAKE, speech of, iv. 110.
Stanley's plantation attacked, iv. 152.
Stanwix (Fort), v. 36, 83, 114, 115.
Stark, John, iii. 152; captivity of, 153.
Stevens, Capt. Phinehas, iii, 153
Stinson, David, killed, iii. 153.
St. Johns (Fort) taken, iii. 149.
SWASHAN, noted chief, iii. 156.
Synebal, massacre at, iv. 149.

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