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bc-cover-90.jpg (14859 bytes)Under An Adirondack Influence
The Life of A. L. Byron-Curtiss — 1871-1959

by William J. O’Hern and Roy E. Reehil

Note: This index may be of interest to geneologists and family members seeking information about relatives mentioned in this book.

Index

Adirondack French Louie (Dunham), 177, 312, 329
Adirondack League Club, 18, 34, 66, 72, 75–6, 85, 98, 107–8, 114, 119, 134, 137, 142, 144–45, 150, 159, 168, 170, 175, 185, 214, 220, 229, 232–33, 248, 273, 275, 284, 286–87, 299–300, 325–26, 336
Adirondack Stories of the Black River Country (O’Hern), 11
Albro, Jennie R.N., 303
Alder Creek, 16–17, 22
Atlantic Monthly, 263, 330
Atwell Bay, 55, 147
Atwell Fish and Game Club, 306
Atwell Gunwad, 291
Atwell, NY, 56, 60–61, 132, 134, 146–47, 150, 160, 186, 212, 235, 240, 270, 275–56
Atwell Post Office, 61, 134, 186, 235
Audubon magazine, 333–34

Baptism(s), 22, 29, 37, 70, 214
Barber, Amaziah Dutton “Dut,” 34, 233
Barber’s Camp, 34, 78, 233
Barneveld, NY, 16, 275
Barns, Arthur Everett, 87–90, 95, 119
Beaver, 157, 165–66, 243, 286
Beer (making), 170–71
Bellinger, Arthur “Archie,” 71, 145
Bellinger, Bob, 131–32
Bellinger, Dell, 82–84, 135–36, 196, 340
Bellinger, Fred, 114, 119, 131, 139
Bellinger, George, 106
Bellinger, John, 98
Bellingertown, 36, 111, 174, 200
Bennett, Rev. Manning B., 25, 34
Big Woodhull Lake, See Woodhull Lake
Big Woodhull State House, 132–133
Birth of a River (O’Donnell), 9–10, 144, 235, 330, 340
Bisby Lodge, 18
Black fly (flies), 112, 140, 174, 218
Black River, 17, 34, 63, 152, 155, 294
    headwaters, 294–5
    Middle Branch, 65–67, 199, 216, 271, 325
    North Branch, 63, 70, 112, 119, 134, 139, 168, 174, 238, 284
Black River Canal, 17, 23, 31, 256
Blackwells Island, 100–1, 106, 108–9, 121, 173
Blue, Ranger E. W., 177–78
Bly, Nellie, 101
Bob Jones Trail, 55, 147, 163, 205, 208, 254, 275
Bob Jones Camp, 61, 119, 157
Book of Revelation, 13–14
Boonville, 21, 68, 79, 111, 216, 249, 304–5, 309
Boonville Herald, 87–88, 250, 307
Boy Scouts, 142n, 285
Brook’s Lumber Camp, 107–8, 131, 270, 284
Brown, Anna, 115, 132–33, 146–47, 156, 194–95, 213, 229–30, 220, 232, 336
Brown, Charley, 130–34, 136–39, 146–51, 156–57, 160, 166, 176, 178–82, 185–87, 189, 195–96, 199, 212–14, 220, 229, 230, 232, 235–36, 238, 244–45, 247–50, 269, 274, 283, 306, 316, 325, 336
Brown, Thomas, 74
Brown’s Tract, 47
Buell, Robert “Bobbie,” 171, 280
Buffalo Head, The, 33, 147, 167, 256, 315–16
Bumppo, “Natty,” 48–50
Burd, Rev. James J., 58, 60–61, 103, 130, 132, 182
Burroughs, John, 23, 85, 96, 164–66, 328, 333–34
Buttling, Gladys, See Gladys Byron-Curtiss
Byron, David F., 13–14
Byron, Julia A. Curtiss, 13
Byron, Frank Lee, 14, 307
Byron-Curtiss, Arthur Lester “A. L.,”
    birth and youth, 13–15
    depression, 82, 86–87, 139, 159, 289
    camp (Nat Foster Camp or Lodge), 9–11, 54–58, 60, 68–70, 77–78, 82, 84, 89, 98, 128, 144–45, 147, 162, 175–188, 179, 184, 193, 198–99, 206–8, 220, 283–84, 296–97, 306, 308–9, 311–28
    camp journals and logbooks, 57–58n, 60–70, 73–79, 82, 84–89, 98–99, 103–4, 106–8, 111–20, 129–40, 142–45, 147–51, 157–63, 167–83, 185–208, 213–20, 232, 236–41, 244–49, 252, 254–55, 261–63, 266, 268–76, 279–85, 280, 312
    his unfinished manuscript, 9–12, 17–18, 20–36, 79, 288, 328–331, 340
    legal dispute over his camp, 145, 175–79, 183, 187–88
    marriage, 47–48
    nature and conservation writing, 85, 144, 165–66, 205, 218–19, 267–68, 279, 294–96, 335
    ordainment, 15, 39
    Original Thoughts (personal journal), 85, 94–97, 277–79, 289, 293, 296, 300, 307
    pacifism, 109, 153–54, 257, 273
    photographs of, 16, 45, 100, 205, 258, 277, 299, 310, 328, 341
    published works, 40–44, 45–52, 79, 141–45, 153–54, 167, 257, 263–66, 290–98, 301–2, 307, 328–29, 331, 333–35
    rheumatism, 79, 133–34, 139, 150, 197, 245, 263, 269–70, 276, 280, 282–83, 288–89, 302
    run for congress, 67–68, 71, 101–2
    socialism, 67–68, 101–2, 122–28, 152–55, 167–68, 170, 172, 220, 222, 257, 263–66, 282, 292, 301–2
Byron-Curtiss, Catherine, 68, 84, 86, 98–99, 110, 119–20, 134, 159–60, 163, 170, 181–82, 186–206, 193, 219, 240, 243, 252, 254, 263, 281, 283, 296–97, 324, 333, 336, 340
Byron-Curtiss, Helen, 48, 84, 86–89, 98–99, 104–5, 108, 110, 119–20, 134–35, 137–39, 160, 162–64, 166, 176, 182, 186–200, 193, 238–43, 246, 248–52, 254, 263, 283, 324–25, 336
Byron-Curtiss, Gladys (Buttling), 282–83, 302–3, 307, 327
Byron-Curtiss, Joseph “Joe,” 53–54, 71–73, 75, 83–84, 86–87, 98–99, 104–6, 108–9, 115–20, 128, 134, 141–43, 148, 150–51, 156–163, 168, 175, 181, 191, 196, 198, 202, 204, 216, 240–41, 243–44, 246–251, 254, 262, 272, 282–83, 293, 302, 306, 312–27, 313
Byron-Curtiss, Wilhelmina Hossfelt, 47–48, 78, 85–86, 95, 201, 310–11, 336

Camp journals, See Byron-Curtiss, Arthur L. “A. L.”, camp journals and logbooks
Camp, Richard “Dick,” 34
Camps,
    list of North Lake, 98
    See also Adirondack League Club; Bob Jones; Byron-Curtiss, Arthur L. “A. L.”; Controversy; Cool’s Mountain House; Corts; Dodge; Gooseneck Creek; Harrison; Higgins; Jones-Fuller; Kenyon; Logging and Lumber Camps; Mayhew; McClusky, Mitchell; Red; Sperry; Wiggins; Worden; Yellow Kid
Canachagala Lake, 65, 119, 137
Christian Century The, (magazine), 301–2
Church Socialist League, The, 102, 154, 170
Churches
    Christ Church, Forestport, NY 15, 17–26, 19, 33–37
    Christ Church, Willard, NY, 173, 209–12
    Christ Church, Sackets Harbor, NY, 152–53
    Grace Church, Elmira, NY, 209
    Grace Church, Utica, NY, 172, 281, 288, 326, 336
    Church of the Holy Trinity, NYC, 100
    Holy Cross Church, Miami, FL, 185–86
    St. George’s Church Utica, NY, 75, 252, 261, 336
    St. Joseph’s, Rome, NY, 38–44, 47, 53, 71, 79, 88, 90–93, 95, 211, 248
    St. Luke’s, Utica, NY, 71, 73–74, 91, 121
    St. Paul’s Church, Syracuse, NY 15, 210
    Trinity Church, Manhattan, NYC, 100, 105
    Zion Church, Rome, NY, 251, 288, 324, 335
    Zion Church, Utica, NY, 35, 290
Churchman, The, (magazine), 153, 238, 257, 263, 273, 290–92, 298, 329
Clarke, Rev. H. L. M. and Rev. W. B., 42
Clayton, E. G., 103, 110–15
Clayton, “Jack,” 214, 244–46, 281
Cleveland, Grover, 25
Cochrane, Elizabeth, 101
Combs Brook, 37, 85, 142
Combs, George, 56–57
Comstock, Judge George F., 15
Comstock, Ted, 144
Controversy Camp, 98, 114, 134, 149
Cool, Byron E., 57, 64, 112, 212, 235, 270
Cool Mountain, 61, 112, 156, 169, 174, 239, 273
Cool’s Monument Park, 61, 67, 87, 112, 235, 239
Cool’s Mountain House, 36, 55, 57–8, 61, 98, 235, 270
Cooper, James Fenimore, 48–50
Corts Camp, 98, 106, 309
Corts, Parker & Mrs., 117, 271, 287, 309
Cranberry Island, 82, 88, 130, 187, 246
Crego, John, 318–19
Curtiss, Elizabeth Austin, 13, 48, 191
Curtiss, Eugenia F., 11, 129, 137–38, 169, 273
Curtiss, George, 13, 60, 191

Darwin, Charles, 277–78
Davis, Judge George F., 69, 194–95, 246
Debs, Eugene V., 101, 154
Deer, 61, 68, 107–8, 215, 234, 240, 244–45, 248, 273, 275, 283, 313, 318
Deerslayer, The, (Cooper), 49–50
Depression (The Great), 255–57, 263–66, 282–83
Descriptive Guide to the Adirondacks (Wallace), 56, 146
Dirty Dozen (Gang), 144–45
Dodge Camp, 55, 98, 106, 145, 147, 185, 192, 197, 244, 274, 283
Dolgeville, 333
Dolling, Rev., 210
Dorn, Dr. H. E. and Mrs. Comfort, 240, 251
Dunham, Harvey, 177, 311–12, 329
Dunham, Raymond, 177, 311

Electrical Shock Treatment, 289
Elliott, Dr. Robert M. and Mrs., 210–211
Enos, N.Y., 36
Episcopal Diocese of Central NY, 14–15, 38, 40, 90, 92, 111, 172, 184, 329, 340
Espionage Act of 1917, 154

Farley, Bertha and Edita, 62
Farley, Cyrus “Cy,” 111, 162
Faxton Hospital, Utica, NY, 192, 302–3
Fish and Fishing, 34, 61–70, 72–76, 78, 85, 104, 111–16, 119, 131, 133–34, 139, 143, 156–58, 168–69, 173–74, 176–77, 180–81, 199, 215–16, 237–40, 242, 246–48, 259, 262, 270–72, 283–84, 299–300, 303, 312, 325
Forest Lodge, 34, 78, 233
Forestport, NY, 15–38, 17, 19, 24, 28, 31, 45, 47, 58–60, 66, 68–69, 71, 73, 79, 87– 88, 110–12, 115, 119, 131, 135–36, 152, 162, 171, 192, 197, 200–1, 204–5, 208, 214, 216, 220, 222, 227, 232–35, 240–41, 256, 297, 305, 307, 327–28
Forestport Station, 71, 73, 167, 174, 193, 225
Foster, Nathaniel “Nat,” 45–52, 57, 212, 333
Fox, George, 63–64, 66
Frankfort, NY, 13, 60, 271, 333
French Louie, See also Seymour, Louis; Adirondack French Louie
Fuller, Dr. E. D., 87, 178–79
Fuller, Dr. E. Wm., 299–300, 303
Fuller, Lillian, 285, 299

Gasek, Rev. Stanley P., 152, 326, 331–32, 335–38, 340–41
General Theological Seminary, NYC, 35–36, 38–39, 92
Getman Hotel, 22, 24, 30, 47, 54
Getman, “Ma,” 24–25, 30, 35, 47, 55
Gibson, Charles, “Charlie,” 63–64, 66
Gooseneck Creek, 161, 174, 247, 271–72
Gooseneck Creek Camp, 108, 175, 247
Gordon, “Joe,” 221, 244
Gould, Gordias Henry Plumb, 150–51, 227–29
Gould Paper Company, 108, 144, 147–48, 150–51, 167, 180, 216, 221–29, 237, 247, 262, 287, 304–5, 316, 325
    camps, See also Logging, Lumber camps
Great Depression, See also Depression
Greeley, Colorado, 257–62, 267–68
Griffiths, Arthur, 178–80, 254
Griffiths, Thomas J., (Publisher), 48, 139
Grindstone Creek, 72, 111, 176, 180
Guides, 18, 34, 57, 62–64, 233–35, 340
    See also Camp, “Dick;” Cool, Byron; Brown, Charley; Farley, Cyrus; Martin, Atwell; Paull, Henry; Quackenbush, George; Watkins, Ira; Wendover, George

Hardscrabble Lake, 67, 70, 119, 131, 158, 168–69, 242, 247, 262, 283, 299, 312
Harrison Camp, 136, 169
Harvard, University, 140, 329
Haudrau, D. F., 39
Helmer, Dr. R. D., 197
Henstridge, Rev. Fredrick, 209
Herkimer, 75, 107
Hermit(s), See also Jones, “Dingle Dangle;” Jones, Kettle; Martin, Atwell; Seymour, Louis
Herreshoff, Frederick, 47
Higgins, Rev. Jesse, 75
Higgins Camp, 271
Hill, William “Bill,” 273, 275, 284
Historical Magazine of the Episcopal Church, 329
Holy Cross Monastery, West Park, NY, 90–91, 94–95, 97–99, 164
Home for The Aged, Utica, NY, 331, 334
Honnedaga Lake, 18, 34, 76, 78, 98, 232–33, 262, 300
Hopson, R. E., 286–87, 326
Horan, Otto, 132, 134, 139
Horn Lake, 61, 67, 112–18, 144, 286, 337
Hossfelt, Eva, 87–88
Hossfelt, Gustavus, 47
Hovey, “Mother,” 47
Huckleberry Island, 130, 170, 187, 279
Hudson River, 90, 94, 164–65, 333
Hull, Addison, “Addie,” 106, 219, 232, 240
Hunters, Hunting, 68, 107–8, 140, 161, 255, 313, 318
Huntington, Bishop Frederic Dan, 14–15, 38–40, 39, 42, 44, 92, 328–29, 334
Hurlbut, Judge, 50
Hynd-Lindsay, Alexander, 297

Ice Cave Creek, 148, 190
Ice Cave Mountain, 148, 187, 190, 207–8, 217, 247, 271, 284, 325–26, 332
Indian Pass, 293
Indian River, 118, 234, 295
International Workers of the World, 224–25

Jenkins, Joseph “Joe,” 274, 286
Jewett, Rev. Dr. Edward H., 21, 36
Jock’s Brook, 64, 148, 168, 181
Jocks Lake, See Honnedaga Lake
Jones, “Bob” Camp, 61, 157
Jones, Clarence “Jumbo,” 275
Jones, “Dingle-Dangle,” 98–99, 311
Jones, Dr. Hyzer W., 116–19, 178–81, 240, 250, 263, 271, 289, 302, 306, 318
Jones, Evan, 297
Jones-Fuller Camp, 119, 134, 170, 178–81, 206, 239, 247, 270
Jones, “Kettle”, 99, 311
Jones, M. Florence, 75–76,
Jones, Sheriff, 80–81

Kenyon Camp, 98, 145, 176–77
Kenyon, George, 139, 145, 176–77, 262
Kilborn, Dr. George L. “Doc,” 26–30, 27, 35, 58–60, 135–36
Kilbourn, Doris, 10–11
Kilbourn, Thomas “Tom,” 10–11, 308–9, 313–26, 331, 333
Kilmer, John, 23, 25
Klock, Edward “Ed,” 34, 37, 145, 234
Koenig, Earnestine, 316
Koenig, Otto, 235, 316, 318

Lake Sophia, See North Lake Reservoir
Last of the Mohicans, The, (J. F. Cooper), 48–50
Lean-to Point, 206, 239, 263
Leatherstocking Tales, (Cooper), 48–50
Leyfield, Rev. Claude, 297
Liars Club, 135–36
Life and Adventures of Nat Foster, The
(Byron-Curtiss), 9, 45–52, 49, 79, 103–04, 110, 144, 212, 305, 311, 333
Lily Lake, 202, 285
Lindsay, Dr., 262, 271
Linn, H. H., 221
Linn tractors, 155, 163, 221–22, 228–29
Little Woodhull Lake, 161–62, 168, 195–96, 284
Living World magazine, 257
Logging, Lumber, 17–18, 20, 133, 148, 155, 168, 170, 221–29, 263, 299, 304–5
    Companies, 17, 107–8, 148–51, 174, 180, 197, 305
Logging and Lumber, Camps, 68, 148–51, 160, 163, 170, 177, 179–80, 197, 208, 217–18, 221–29, 239
    Camp 1, 161–62
    Camp 5, 190, 216, 224, 247
    Camp 7, 190, 207–8, 217–18, 304, 325
    Camp 9, 229,
    Camp 10, 221–229, 238, 273
    See also Brooks Lumber; Gould Paper Company; Murphy’s; North Star; Perry’s; Purcell’s; Spencer’s
Loons, 158–59, 242, 267–68, 282, 338
Louse Hill, 213, 261, 316
Lumber Camp News, 136, 304–5
Lumberjacks, 27–28, 150, 158, 161, 203, 217, 222–29, 239, 304–5
Lumberjack Sky Pilot, (Reed), 305
Lyons, Seth, 66, 151, 220, 240, 246

Madison Barracks, 152–53
Manlius Pebble Hill School, 14n
Manning, Bishop, William. T., 100, 105, 252
Maple syrup (making), 148, 158n
Marblehead, MA, 13
Markle, Dorothy Kane, 333
Markle, Luella Austin, 258, 289, 292
Marshall, George, 139–40
Marshall, Gerald C. and Mrs., 249
Martin, Atwell, 55, 233, 235, 261–62, 306, 311
Mayhew Camp (a.k.a. Red Camp), 70, 98, 181, 237, 254, 271, 274–5,
Mayhew, Mort, 145
McClusky Camp, 98
McClusky, Jessie, 22, 25
MacDonald, Ramsay, 264
MacDonald, Alexander, 176
Marx, Karl, 123, 125–26, 155, 265, 277, 301
McHugh, Dennis, 246, 250
Metropolitan Hospital, NYC, 100–1, 109, 173
Mickel, Emma, 303
Milwaukee Leader, 167
Mitchell Camp, 98, 137, 263,
Mohawk, Valley, 46, 50, 261
Moose River, 155, 228–29, 295
Moose River Plains, 227
Mud Lake, 61–62, 162, 170
Mulchy Spring, 55, 313
Murphy, Frank, 148, 163, 305
Murphy’s Lumber Camp, 150–1, 157, 163,
168, 170
Murray, Rev. William H. H., 141, 267
Nat Foster Lodge (or Camp),
    See also Byron-Curtiss, A. L. camp (Nat Foster Camp or Lodge)
Nat Foster Lodge logbooks and camp journals, See Byron-Curtiss, A. L., camp journals and logbooks
National Guard, 153
National Lead Company, 293
Natty Bumppo, 48–50
New Mexico, 13–14, 307
New York Call, (newspaper), 102, 290
New York City, 35–36, 39, 52–53, 75, 77, 100–9, 111–12, 121, 172–73, 211, 238, 243, 246, 250–51, 259, 282, 315
New York Evening Post, 166
New York Public Library, 243, 250–51
New York State, 56, 67, 145, 175–76, 183, 230, 293
    Bureau of Employment and Relief, 53n
    Canal Authority, 131, 146, 231
    Conservation Commission, 145, 165, 167, 175–78, 231, 286, 295
    Conservationist Magazine, 319
    Supreme Court, 175, 178
New York Sun, 115
New York Times, 100, 290
New York World, (newspaper), 101
North Country Life (magazine), 331, 335
North Lake Navigation Company, 146, 150–51, 156–63, 305
North Lake Reservoir, 9–11, 36–37, 54–57, 60–77, 78, 82–89, 98–100, 106–20, 128–39, 145–52, 146, 156–63, 165, 173–83, 185–90, 193–201, 204–8, 212–22, 225, 228, 230–42, 246–50, 252, 253–55, 261–63, 266–67, 269–76, 280–89, 291, 295–97, 299–306, 308–9, 312–27, 329, 332, 335–40
    Dam and Spillway, 54–56, 63, 230–37, 234, 335
    Gatekeepers, 34, 112, 146, 186, 230–236
North Star Camp, 116–17, 337

O’Conner, Charles “Charley”, 30–33, 35, 54–57, 60–64, 66, 87
O’Donnell, Thomas C., 9–11, 144–45, 235, 330, 340
Old Forge, NY, 50, 137, 177
Oneida County, 13, 79–80, 126, 194, 303, 316–17, 335
Oneida Historical Society, 317
Outing magazine, 202

Paper companies, See Logging Companies
Panther, (animal) 48–49
Panther Spring, 159, 183, 185
Panther Spring Bay, 56–57, 71–72, 120, 147, 175, 187, 273, 275, 284
Partridge, 108, 215, 282–83
Peabody, Bishop Stanley, 325, 332, 335
Pennington, Rev. Edgar Legare., 184–190, 193, 242, 297
Perry, Gig, 197
Perry’s Dam, 66–68, 174
Pettis, C. R., 177
Pioneers, (Cooper), 50
Pratt, Charles, 148, 309
Price, Dr. George and Mrs., 173–74, 180–81
Prohibition, 170–72
Punkies, See Black Fly (flies)
Purcell, Doug 147–48, 305
Purcell, Sherwood, 147
Purcell’s Lumber Camp, 150, 208, 305

Quackenbush, George, 214, 220

Rafouf, Anthony, 81
Red Camp, See Mayhew Camp
Redmond, John F. “Jack,” 71, 86, 88, 106, 235
Reed, Rev. Frank A., 304–5
Reed’s Mills, 200, 240
Roberts, Elizabeth, 70
Rome, N.Y., 10–11, 38–44, 47–48, 52–53, 71, 79–81, 90–94, 105, 201, 251, 327, 335
    Historical Society, 10
Rome Sentinel (newspaper), 52, 100, 310, 329
Roosevelt, President Franklin Delano, 292
Roosevelt Island, 101
Roosevelt, Theodore, 165

Sackets Harbor, 152–55
Salisbury, NY, 45–46, 49
Sand Lake, 132–33
Scudder, Vida, 252, 301
Sessler, Grace, 199, 209, 237–241, 248–49
Sessler, William, 209–10, 237–241, 248–49
Seymour, Louis “French Louie,” 115, 311–12
Shaw, Jerry, 82–84
Shawl, Raymond, 11, 330–331
Sheridan, Martin, 110–115
Simms, Jeptha, 45, 49–50
Sisson, Congressman Fred J., 271, 286–7
Sky Pilots, 304–5
Spears, Eldridge A., 115
Sperry, Burton C., 255
Sperry Camp, 98, 111–113, 144–45, 167
Sperry, Charles, 10, 144, 167, 171–72, 204–5, 233–35, 255
Sperry, Claire, 10
Social Preparation, The (magazine), 102, 154, 168, 170, 172, 182
South Lake, 67–68, 82–84, 149, 230, 308–9
St. John’s College, Greeley, CO, 257–62, 267
St. John’s School For Boys (Manlius, NY), 14
St. Joseph’s Mission, See Churches
Stamburg, William R. 17, 20–22, 21, 26, 35, 47, 54–57
State House, 34, 37, 56, 67–69, 98, 146–49, 195, 204, 230–31, 234, 240, 269, 335–36
Stephen, a Parish Priest, (Byron-Curtiss), 257
Story of a Pass in the Adirondacks, The (Byron-Curtiss), 141–145
Stuart, Rev. Donald, 261
Swan, Gustavus, 52–53
Swan Society, 53, 67, 79
Syracuse, NY, 10, 14–16, 80, 176, 288
Syracuse Post-Standard, 167, 257
Syracuse University, 10, 14

Theologue, The, (Newsletter), 259
Thomas, Norman, 101
Thoreau, Henry David, 279
Todd, Hazel, 160, 201, 216–17, 238, 296–97
Todd, John B., 150–51, 220, 305
Todd, Scudder, 171, 207–8, 216–17, 221, 228, 236–38, 296
Township Five, 118, 174, 247, 287, 295
Tracey, E. G. “Ed,” 110–115
Trappers and Hunters of Northern New York, (Jeptha R. Simms), 45–46, 50
Trappers and Trapping, 286–87
Trenton Falls, 164
Tucker, Rev. Irwin St. John, 154

U.S. Volunteer Life Saving Corps, 75–77, 76
Utica Mental Hospital, 297, 317, 331
Utica, NY, 16, 21, 25, 73, 121, 172, 192, 246, 250–52, 261, 277, 302, 310–12, 331, 336
Utica Press, 71, 292, 310
Utley, Sam, 135

Van Dyke, “Uncle John,” 132, 134

Watkins, Ira, 57, 64, 68–77, 98, 234
Watertown Daily Times, 222, 293
Wedding(s), 47–48, 68, 72, 280–83, 291, 340
Wendover, George, 113–14, 175, 185, 311
Wendover, Alongo “Lon,” 162, 169, 175
West Canada Creek, 78, 164, 312
Westmoreland, NY, 13, 15–16, 87–88, 126, 335
Whitesboro, 80, 117
Wiggins camp, 263, 271–72, 282–83, 285
Wilcox, Mrs. Bessie, 331
Willard, NY, 13, 173–74, 176, 178, 180–81, 184, 201, 209–12, 241
Willard State Hospital, 173, 201, 209, 211
Wilmurt, 75, 111, 174, 200, 234, 75, 234
Woepel, Fran K., 277, 331
Wolcott Camp, 98
Wolcott, Frank, 107–8, 112, 207, 325
Wolf Mountain, 188, 198–99, 203, 206, 212, 237, 273, 282
Woodhull Lake, 55, 72, 132, 134
Woodhull, NY, 220, 244
Woodhull State House, 132–133
Wordon Camp, 145
Wrench, “Bernie,” 80–81

Yellow Kid camp, See Sperry Camp

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