William M. Beauchamp Papers, 1840-1944, Index

Index to Scrapbooks of Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in the William M. Beauchamp Papers

The scrapbooks are housed in Boxes 31-39 and 44-45; Boxes 40-43 contain folders of newspaper clippings.

Index to Newspaper Clippings (by Title) in William M. Beauchamp's Scrapbooks (Boxes 31-37)

Box Vol Title Page
    William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1867-1879   
31 1 Report of a Committee made January 2, 1867, on "The Church in the Onondaga Convocation" 
31 1 Early Missions in this State 
31 1 Notes of Summer Travel 
31  1 The St. Lawrence 
31  1 On Lake Champlain, August 1869 
31  Antiquities of Onondaga 
31  Mr. Ezekiel Morris (Obituary)  13 
31  Indian Names  13 
31  Men and Women as Housekeepers  21 
31 Summer Trip No. 1 (Up the Lake)  23 
31  Summer Trip No. 2 (Up the Lake)  23 
31  Summer Trip No. 3 (Up the Lake)  27 
31  Summer Trip No. 4 (Up the Lake)  29 
31  Summer Trip No. 5 (The Thousand Islands)  31 
31  Summer Trip No. 6 (Through the Rapids) 1869  33 
31 Summer Trip No. 7 (Lake Winnipiseogee) 1867  35 
31  1 Summer Trip No. 8 (Mount Mansfield) 1867  37 
31  Summer Trip No. 9 (Lake George) 1867  39 
31  Summer Trip No. 10 (Taghkanie Falls)  41 
31 Summer Trip No. 11 (The Catskill Mountains) 1870  43 
31 1 Summer Trip No. 12 (The Watkins Glen) 1868 (1865?)  45 
31 1 The Catskill Mountains 1870  47 
31  1 The Sibylline Acrostic  49 
31  1 The Great Pyramid  51 
31  The Boys at Longmere (The Old Church)  55 
31  The Boys at Longmere (The Rector and His Boat)  57 
31  The Boys at Longmere (The Cleft Rock)  61 
31  The Boys at Longmere (The Tent)  65 
31 The Boys at Longmere (The Coral Reef)  67 
31  The Boys at Longmere (The Hill Difficulty)  69 
31  The Boys at Longmere (Homeward Bound)  73 
31  How We Tripped (1881)  75 
31  Notes of Summer Travel (1871)  81 
31  On the Ocean  81 
31 A Visit to Cleveland  89 
31  1 Pompey Hill. Correspondence of the Democrat. 1872  91 
31  Maine. 1871  93 
31  A Trip to Lake George (1872)  93 
31 Little Falls and Trenton (1872)  101 
31 1 Pic-Nic at Onondaga Lake (1872)  103 
31 1 Buffalo and Niagara Falls  107 
31  1 Notes By the Way (1873)  109 
31  1 The Onondaga Reservation (July 1873)  113 
31  Old Sailing Days (1874)  115 
31  An Anniversary  119 
31  A Summer Day's Excursion (July 14, 1875)  123 
31  Grey-Cliff Fall (1875)  125 
31 The River of the Senecas (1875)  129 
31  The River of the Oneidas (1875)  131 
31  The Green Lakes (1875)  135 
31  Notes of Other Days (To the editor of the Skaneateles Democrat) 1876  137 
31  A Day's Ramble  163 
31  The Mohawk Prayer Book  167 
31 Notes Left Out (To the editor of the Skaneateles Democrat 169 
31  1 Some Northern Onondaga Antiquities  187 
31  Palisade Forts  189 
31  Some More Old Forts  191 
31 Indian Fish Weir  193 
31 1 On Long Island Sound  195 
31 1 The Birds of Onondaga County  197 
31  1 Sketch of Early History of Skaneateles  205 
31  1 Our Indian Fight  215 
31  Green Lakes  217 
31  The Old Colony  217 
31  City and Shore  221 
31  Shells of Onondaga  223 
31 Our Fossils  227 
31  Among the Onondagas  231 
31  Stone, Versus Steel  233 
31  Onondaga Antiquities  235 
31  Early Events in Onondaga County  237 
    William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1878-1884   
32 A Day's Ramble 
32  2 A Country Walk. [signed]: B; [dated] 1879 
32  2 Diminution of Fish. [signed]: B  
32  Champlain's Invasion of Onondaga 
32 Fire (Schoonmaker & Co.'s Paper Mill) 
32  A Long Lost Point in History. [signed]: L.W.L. 
32 Champlain's Expedition into Western New York in 1615, and the Recent Identification of the Fort by Gen. John S. Clark. [signed]: John Gilmary Shea 
32  2 Old Time Reminiscences: Sketches of Onondaga County and Central New York. By Helen Leslie Gage  
32 Among the Onondagas  11 
32  2 Onondaga Antiquities  12 
32  2 The Pompey Stone  12 
32  Indian Forts in Elbridge  12 
32 Interesting Relics  13 
32  A Bit of History. [signed]: B  13 
32 All About Pompey  13 
32  2 The Ferns of Onondaga  14 
32 A Boat Excursion, July 1881  15 
32  2 By the Lakes, 1887  16 
32  2 All About Yorktown  17 
32  The Yorktown Centennial, 1881  17 
32 The Onondaga Indians  20 
32  Town Names  20 
32 An Indian Skeleton  21 
32  2 Tidal Waves on Inland Lakes  21 
32 Early Seneca History (I)  21 
32  2 [Early Seneca History] (II) The Removal of the Senecas After the Destruction of Their Villages in 1687, and the Location of Their New Settlements Between Canandaigua Lake and Geneva  24 
32  2 Early Seneca History III  27 
32  Early Seneca History IV  28 
32 Early Fishing  30 
32  Outside Antiquities  31 
32 Frenchman's Island  31 
32  2 Country Walks  32 
32 The Address of the Old Settlers' Meeting  33 
32  2 Historical Reminiscence (A Twenty Years' Struggle for Existence)  37 
32  2 An Indian Thanksgiving  39 
32  Christmas Amongst the Indians  40 
32 New Year's Day Amongst the Indians  40 
32  Indian Superstitions, Witchcraft, etc.  42 
32 Among the Onondagas  42,43 
32  2 Onondaga Forests. 1883  45 
32 Indian Bows and Arrows  47 
32  2 Our Native Shells  49 
32  2 An Indian Burial  49 
32  Meeting of the Oneida Historical Society - An Interesting Paper by Rev. Mr. Beauchamp  51 
32 The Pipe of Peace by Edwin J. Barber  52 
32  Independence (Youth's Celebration) July 4, 1842  53 
32 Fort Schuyler in History - July 4, 1883 - Dedication of Site  53 
32  2 At the Burial of a Pagan  57 
32 The Thousand Islands  59 
32  2 Pleasant Reminiscences  59 
32  2 Mr. Parkman's New Volume (The Discovery of the Great West)  60 
32  Red-Jacket (Further Particulars Regarding Sa-go-ye-wat-ha's History)  64 
32 Indian Antiquities  65 
32  Our Stone Age  65, 71 
32 Skaneateles White Fish  66 
32  2 Burning the White Dog  67 
32 Indian Ceremonials (Thanksgiving and Green Corn Dances at the Reservation)  67 
32  2 New Year's Ceremonies  68 
32  2 The Onondagas  68 
32  Amongst the Onondagas  69 
32 Old Epitaphs  70 
32  Life Among the Iroquois, April 5, 1884  70 
32 Brewerton, April 1884  70 
32  2 A Treaty with the Indians  70 
32 The Seashore  72 
32  2 An Onondaga Picnic  72 
32  2 The Beautiful Squaw  72 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. III  73 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. V  74 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. VI  76 
32  Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. VII  77 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. VIII  79 
32  Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. IX  80 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XI  81 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XII  83 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XIV  87 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XV  88 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XVI  89 
32  Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XVII  89 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XVIII  91 
32  Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XIX  92 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XX  93 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXI  95 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXII  97 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXIII  98 
32  2 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXIV  99 
    William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1885-1888   
32 3 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXV 
32  3 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXVII 
32 Burned With Pagan Pomp 
32 3 A Naturalist's Ramble 
32 3 A Camp on the Lake 
32  3 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXIX 
32  3 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXX 
32 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXXI 
32  3 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Relations [sic]) No. XXXII (Relating What Occurred in the Iroquois Mission During the Year 1676)  11 
32  3 Dr. Hawley's Last Chapter  12 
32  3 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXXIII (Translated by Dr. John Gilmary Shea 1677-1678)  13 
32 Geology of Onondaga (An Excellent Paper on an Interesting Subject by Commissioner Knapp)  14 
32  3 Oneida Historical Society  17 
32 The History of Five Nations (Instructive Lecture by W.M.B.)  18 
32 3 Early Chapters of Mohawk History (Narratives of the French Jesuit Fathers) No. XXIX  18 
32 3 Oswego and Other Names  20 
32  3 An Historical Map on Onondaga County  20 
32  3 An Indian Masonic Jewel  21 
32  3 The Loan Exhibition  21 
32 3 An Indian Burial Ground  23 
32  3 About the Stone Age  23 
32 3 The Aborigines (Traces of People Long Since Departed)  29 
32 3 The Old Mohawk Church  33 
32 Six Nations' Council (The Northwest Indian Chiefs at Ohaweken)  36 
32  3 Joseph Brant (Unveiling His Monument at Brantford, Canada)  37 
32  3 Brant Memorial (Notes from my diary at the Brant Monument unveiling) George H. Harris  39 
32  3 A Thanksgiving Sermon (Preached by Rev. Dr. Beauchamp, giving a very interesting history of Onondaga County for the past one hundred years, November 25, 1886)  41 
32 3 An Indian Christmas Tree  43 
32  3 Driving Out the Witches (Onondaga Indians Celebrate an Old Custom with Dances and Incantations)  44 
32 3 Oneida Historical Society  44 
32 33 Historical Treasures  44 
32 3 Onondaga County Historical Treasures  44 
32  3 John Mountpleasant of Tuscarora (Obituary) - 1887  45 
32  3 A Sachem Raised Up (A Ceremony of Great Interest to the Six Nations). Thomas Williams succeeds the late venerable ruler, John Mountpleasant  45 
32 3 John Bartram in Onondaga (1743)  51 
32  3 Early Salt Boilers (Discovery and Development of the Onondaga Salines)  52 
32  3 Morgan's Indian Theory Attacked  53 
32  3 Aboriginal Villages in New York State  53 
32 3 The Story of Battle Islands  54 
32  Antiquarian News  55 
32 3 Sermon - A Short Sketch of Baldwinsville's Interest in the Great Wars of the Country… An exceedingly interesting Discourse  55 
32  3 The Snow Snake  58 
32 3 Kana-de-sa-ga - A Map of the Old Castle Townsketch of the Seneca Stronghold, and the locality of Geneva)  59 
32  3 Mr. Conover's Map (The Seneca Indian Mound and Old Castle Stockade)  60 
32  3 The "Genesee Country". Interesting Historical Facts Concerning Its Early Settlement  60 
32  The Lord's Prayer in Onondaga  61 
32 3 Prehistoric Man in Ohio  61 
32  3 Old Onondaga Relics (The Best Living Authority Talks About Our Ancient History. Dr. Beauchamp's Four Books)  63 
32 3 The Oldest Violin  63 
32 3 The Raid on Onondaga in 1779  64 
32 3 Official Document (Letter and Wampum from the Fire-Keeper of the Six Nations)  65 
32  3 The Word Onondaga (A Student of the Indian Tongue Who Says It is Incorrectly Spelled)  66 
32  3 The Indian Problem (The Legislative Committee Trying to Solve It)  69 
32  3 At the Reservation (The Legislative Committee Continues its Investigation)  70 
32 Curious Indian Customs (The Sacrifice of the White Dog at the Onondaga Reservation)  72 
32  3 Gettysburg  72 
32 At Gettysburg. (Address of Rev. W.M. Beauchamp, at the Dedication of Battery B's Monument, on the field they defended so well)  73 
32  3 Our Old Landmarks (An Earnest Plea for the Preservation of the Valley Arsenal)  76 
    William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1888-1894   
33  4 A Rare Prayer Book 
33 4 New Facts About Indian Ornaments. November 24 
33 4 The Onondagas of To-Day 
32  4 The Primitive Man. Mistakes of American Archaeologists for Him 
33  4 The Indians 
33  4 The Onondaga Indian Problem. September 11, 1888 
33 An Interesting Historical Collection 
33  4 Antiquarian Researches 
33 4 A Prehistoric Workshop, November 1889 
33 4 Skaneateles in 1829. A Noted Traveler's Impression of our Village 59 Years Ago 
33 French Relics in Huron Villages 
33  4 The Pottery of the Mohawk Indians. S.L. Frey. Palatine Bridge. Scientific American, March 1883  10 
33  4 A Story of Two Tramps.   11 
33  4 A Bit of History. [signed:] "Honyerry"  12 
33 Oneida Lake. W.M. Beauchamp   
33  4 Traces of the Red Man, Should the Parks be Named in Their Honor? George H. Harris  13 
33 4 Relics of the Indians. How Vast and Profitable the Early Trade with Them Was. S.L. Frey. Palatine Bridge  14 
33 4 Ancient Mounds and Earthworks Along Cattaraugus Creek. September 1888. Marcus Sackett  16 
33 4 The Victoria Institute  19 
33  4 Remembered Memorials. Rufus A. Grider. Canajoharie. February 15, 1889  20 
33  4 The Welsh Indians of North America  24 
33  4 Ancient Metal-Workers in the United States. Dr. D.G. Brinton  28 
33 4 An Ancient Cemetery. Prehistoric Relics Unearthed in West Virginia  30 
33 4 A Centennial Address, 1889  31 
33 4 The Modern Stone Age  35 
33 4 Fourth of July at the "Old Fort"  36 
33 4 At the Council Fire, 1889  38 
33  4 A Rare Find. Homer Republican, November 7, 1889  40 
33 4 Lines From the Cover of an Old Bible  40 
33  4 Early Moravian Missionaries, 1889  40 
33 4 Cliff Dwellings. G.D. Jackson  42 
33 4 A Cood Dominie of 1826. M.C. Hand. Standard, January 1890  43 
32  4 Writing of Long Ago. M.C. Hand. February 1890  45 
33  4 In Commemoration. Services at St. Peter's Church on Sunday. Rev. Dr. Rankine  47 
33  4 The Onondaga Historians. M.C. Hand. Standard, February 23, 1890  47 
33 Attempted Surprise of Oswego  48 
33  4 Meeting of the Oneida Society  49 
33 4 Appendiculae Historicae: Shreds of History Hung on a Horn  51 
33 4 The Indian Problem. Timely Suggestions by One Familiar with His Subject  54 
33 Tribute to Dr. G. Morgan Hills. Baldwinsville. October 21, 1890  55 
33  4 Height of Onondaga Hills. Baldwinsville Gazette  55 
33  4 Meeting of Battery B. S.F. Weeks  55 
33  4 Onondaga Indian Plant Names  56 
33 Wampum and Wampum Belts  56 
33  4 Iroquois Temperance League  57 
33 4 Iroquois in Council  57 
33 4 Reminiscences of Early Days  59 
33 4 Interesting Discovery at an Old Seneca Burial Ground  61 
33  4 Indian Remains Discovered  61 
33  4 Twenty-Fifth Annual Sermon  62 
33  4 A Worthy Pastor Kindly Remembered  65 
33 4 Rev. Dr. Beauchamp's Reception  65 
33 4 Three River Point  65 
33 4 Fort Bull Relics. Syracuse Journal, September 1891  66 
33 4 Obituary, Rufus D. Pettit  67 
33 4 Indians of Onondaga  68 
33  4 A Famous Pipe  68 
33 4 The Legend of Green Pond  69 
33  4 Library Evening  69 
33 4 A Rich Archaeological Discovery. New York Evening Post, November 14, 1891  69 
33 4 Ordaining an Indian. October 1, 1891  70 
32  4 Re-Union of Battery B  71 
33  4 The Iroquois Temperance League  72 
33  4 A Curious Inscription  72 
33 Old Landmarks, 1654  73 
33  4 Library Evenings  73 
33 4 The Reds Reunited. July 1, 1891  73 
33 4 New York Mound Builders. New York Sun, April 8, 1890  73 
33 From the Inwood Cavern. November 28, 1890  74 
33  4 The Mound Builders: Their Works and Relics. Rev. Stephen D. Peets  76 
33  4 Origin of the Name Chautauqua. Albert S. Gatschet  76 
33  4 The Palace  77 
33 Prehistoric Man  78 
33  4 Land of the Pueblos. June 1891  79 
33 4 Mountain Rambles  80 
33 4 Free Kindergartens  84 
33 4 Letter from R.A. Grider. June 17, 1889 (transferred to Box 46, Folder 6, July 7, 2006)  85 
33  4 Mohawk Folk-Lore. A.F. Chamberlain  85 
33  4 Red Jacket's Medal  86 
33  4 Historical Research  87 
33 4 "CAN-A-JOR-HA" S.L. Frey  88 
33 4 One of the First Families  89 
33 4 Last of the Mohawk  91 
33 4 An Indian Village. Robert Shackleton, Jr.  92 
33 4 The Lakes and St. Lawrence  93 
33  4 Valuable Indian Relics Found near Delphi. 1893  93 
33 4 A Skeleton Found. 1893  93 
33  4 Onondaga Names of Months  94 
33 4 An Editor's Wedding. Baldwinsville Gazette  94 
33 4 A Miraculous Escape! Baldwinsville Era  96 
32  4 A Very Narrow Escape! Baldwinsville Gazette  96 
33  4 Cause of the Newburgh Disaster. Syracuse Herald  96 
33  4 Mr. Crouse's Indian Axe. Syracuse Herald, 1893  97 
33 Reminiscences of Cazenovia. 1893  98 
33  4 Daniel LaForte  98 
33 4 The Green Corn Dance  99 
33 4 Swarms of Syracusans Attempt to See the Green Corn Dance Yesterday and Get Fooled  99 
33 The Ne-Gar-Na-Gar-Ah. The Story of My Initiation. H.M. Converse  100 
33  4 Indian Medals. 1893  102 
33  4 About Powderhorns. W.H. Chandler. December 10, 1891  103 
33  4 The Skeleton in Armor. Henry W. Haynes  106 
33 Onondaga Indian Plant Names. 1892  107 
33  4 The Canadian Institute  108 
33 4 Changes in Indian Languages  108 
33 4 Burial Customs of the Hurons. Charles A. Hirschfelder  110 
33 4 An Early Church  111 
33  4 Long Island Indians. William Wallace Tooker. November 22, 1892  113 
33  4 The Seneca King. George S. Conover. June 21, 1893  116 
33  4 Delphi Stone. 1893  119 
33 4 Seneca Villages. G.S.C.  120 
33 4 Sayenqueraghta. Geo. S. Cononver  121 
33 4 The Journal of John Work. William S. Lewis and Paul C. Phillips  121 
33 4 Relics of the Aborigines of Upper Canada  121 
33 4 He Was in Two Wars  123 
33  4 Our Indian Neighbors  124 
33 4 Antiquities of Onondaga  126 
33 4 Kanadesaga and Geneva. George S. Conover  127 
33  4 American Historical Exposition in Madrid  128 
33  4 English and Seneca. John W. Sanborn  129 
33  4 Historical Associations  129 
33 4 Historical Questions  130 
33 4 Early Onondaga Journalism. December 13, 1893  130 
33 4 Music of the Braves  130 
33 4 Fort Brewerton  131 
33 4 Braved the Braves  132 
33  4 Indian Names of Places in Brooklyn. Wm. Wallace Tooker. 1893  134 
33 4 Variation in Native Ferns  136 
  William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1893-1894   
33 5 Beautiful Ferns (Choice Collection Made by Manchester Lady) 
33 5 Mound Builders (New Ideas about the Oldest Americans) 
33 The Mound Builders (Were They Descendants of Kublai Khan?) 
33  Told of an Extinct Race (Which Built The Ancient Walls in the Tulerosa Valley) 
33 5 Homes and Remains of the Cliff Dwellers by H.C. Hovey  14 
33  Thomas Donaldson's Census Report on the Moqui Pueblo Indians  17 
33 Our Native Orchids I  20 
33 Some Native Orchids II  23 
33  Indian Remains in New York  25 
33 5 Red Skins Reform (Burning of the White Dog and Other Barbarous Customs, Now Historic)  29 
33 Annual Feast of the White Dog  30 
33 5 A Moravian Mission  32 
33 Onondaga Folk Lore  33 
33  The Salt Springs (How They Were Discovered)  33 
33 5 Garangula and De La Barre  35 
33  The Episcopalians (Growth of the Church in Onondaga County)  36 
33 Historical Farming (Early Fairs in the Town)  39 
33 Forts of Onondaga (Stockades of the Early Military History of This Region)  40 
33  The Legend of Hiawatha  42 
33 5 Onondaga's Medals (Curious Old Coins and Trinkets That Have Historical Value)  43 
33 An Incident of Fifty Years Ago (Old Dr. Lord, an Eccentric Character of Former Years, is Court-Martialed - A Laughable Event in Early History)  45 
33 5 They Are Good Pastors (Zealous Episcopalian Clergy of Syracuse)  48 
33 The Church in Syracuse  51 
33  Rt. Rev. F.D. Huntington's Silver Jubilee  52 
33 5 Bishop Huntington's Family  54 
33  A Rich Archaeological Find (Valuable Indian Relics Unearthed Near the Village of Savannah)  56 
33 Curious Iroquois Pottery  56 
33 New York Canals  58 
33  The Danforths  59 
33 5 Old Onondaga  60 
33 Maps of Onondaga (The Voyage of Col. Romer)  61 
33 5 Indian Relics  63 
33 Salt Springs  64 
33  List of Early Settlers of Onondaga County  66 
33 5 Annals of the Onondaga County  69 
33  Salmon Fishing in Onondaga  75 
33 The Story of Hiawatha  76 
33 Ancient Atlases  79 
33  Early Episcopal History (Valuable Contribution to the Many Thoughtful Addresses Inspired by Onondaga's One Hundredth Birthday)  80 
33 5 A Rare Manuscript (Jeremiah Gould's Recollections of the County in Its Infancy)  83 
33 A Signatures of the Pioneers  87 
33 5 Centennial (Onondaga County's Greatest Celebration)  87 
33 1794-1894, Onondaga Celebrates the Centennial of Her Foundation  90 
33  The Pompey Stone  94, 103 
33 5 Onondaga Centennial  96 
33  Centennial Mass Meeting  104 
33 Historic Tableaux More Than Meet Expectations by Stephen Grover Cleveland  104 
33 Historic Scenes and Tableaux  106 
33  The Loan Exhibitions, A Fine Portrait Gallery - Some of the Other Exhibits  107 
33 5 At The Valley (Exercises at the Danforth Day Centennial)  108 
33 Their Centennial (People of Van Buren and Lysander Gather)  110 
33 5 Interesting Celebration of the Manlius People, Despite the Rain  114 
33 Early Town History  115 
33  Mrs. Ives Saw Lafayette  117 
33 5 Only One House Here (Thomas G. Alford's Recollections Go Back Nearly Eighty Years)  118 
33  First Ride on the Cars (Old Time Country Boys Took the Excursion)  118 
33 The First Trip From Buffalo  119 
33 Heard the Wolves Howl  120 
33  Centennial Mass Meeting  120 
33 5 The Malcolms (A History of the Family by Mrs. Charlotte Malcolm Dillaye)  122 
33 American Pottery (This Interesting Subject is Entertainingly Discussed)  123 
33 5 The Evolution of Onondaga  124 
33 Bones of Our Ancestors (Their Graves Are Rudely Disturbed by the Shovels of Workmen)  127 
33  Errors of History (Clark's Many Inaccuracies) (The Original French of the Jesuit Relations Garbled and Misquoted by the Local Historian)  127 
33 5 Wayne County Relics (1894)  128 
33  Found: A Skeleton (1894)  129 
33 Pagan Ghost Dance  130 
33 Matty Ran the Show (He Takes Charge of an Indian Green Corn Dance)  131 
33  Big Indians in Council (Meeting of Representatives of the Six Nations)  132 
33 5 Handsome Lakes Law (As He Says It Was Delivered to Him by Angels)  133 
33 The Indian's Religion (More of What Handsome Lake Said the Angels Told Him)  134 
33 "The Discovery of Chaunis Temoatan of 1586" (A Paper Read by William Wallace Tooker Before the Section of Anthropology)  135 
33  Indian Relics Unearthed  138 
33 5 An Odd Watering Trough  138 
  William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1894-1895   
 34 6 Handsome Lake's Gospel is Rehearsed 
 34 6 Blackchief's House Among the Onondagas 
34  6 An Early Incident  11 
34 6 The Long House  11 
34 6 Old French Fort (Errors of Published History Corrected by Recent Research)  12 
34  To Select Chiefs (Interesting Conclave at the Onondaga Reservation Today)  14 
34 Council of the Six Nations at Onondaga Reservation Yesterday Came Near Resulting in a Break of the Old Indian Federation - Chiefs Were Elected - Ceremonies of Condolence - Factional Fight  15 
34 6 Chief Abram Hill's Successor (Yound [sic] Adam Thomas Named in His Place by the Council at Yesterday's Pow Wow)  16 
34  6 With Pagan Rites (Delegates of the Six Nations Condole Over Their Dead and Elect Chiefs. Ceremonies in the Long House)  17 
34 6 Curious Old Election Returns (From the Town of Fabius in 1799, and from Salina in 1813)  18 
 34 6 Good Document to Preserve (Example of the Enlightened Condition of Onondaga Indians after Years of Association with Whites)  19 
 34 6 The Onondaga Historical Society Holds Its Last Meeting Until Autumn (Interesting Labors along Historical Lines Accomplished by the Committees of the Society)  19 
34  6 An Onondaga Centennial Scene  20 
34 6 Mysterious Tides (Those of the Lakes That the Skippers Call Swashes)  20 
34 6 On Local Geology (Dr. Brownell the Speaker)  21 
34  Early Settlers (In the Towns of Elbridge, Camillus, and Van Buren)  22 
34 Kept the Wampum (Death of Abraham Hill at His Home on the Reservation)  23 
34 6 Adopted Indian Words (The Great Number Now Found in the English Language)  24 
34  6 Scientific Facts in Which All Onondagans Are Interested. Proposed Academy of Sciences  26 
34 6 Names on Long Island (Peculiarities of the Words Coined by the Indians)  29 
 34 6 Corlear's Journal (Visits to Mohawk Villages)  32 
 34 6 Oldest Dutch Journal (Rare Colonial Document Recently Found in Holland)  34 
34  6 Commencement  39 
34 6 We Celebrated (The Towns of Lysander and Van Buren Properly Observe the One Hundredth Anniversary of Our County's Settlement)  38 
34 6 John Bartram in Onondaga  39 
34  Glacial Lakes (Geologist Fairchild Visits Syracuse & Tully. Extinct Lakes Are Revealed)  40 
34 An Earthquake (Which Occurred in Syracuse Millions of Years Ago)  41 
34 6 Early Onondaga Teachers  42 
34  6 Notes on American Shells  42 
34 6 Wampum and Wampum Belts  43 
 34 6 Words of Algonkian Origin  44 
 34 6 Chautauqua and Other Iroquois Names  46 
34  6 Nature and Distribution of New York Indian Relics  47 
34 6 The Only Three Survivors  50 
34 6 Splendid Celebration of Onondaga 'County' Centennial  50 
34  Indian Occupation of New York  52 
34 On Local Geology  54 
34 6 Charles M. Warner  56 
34  6 Old King the Leader at the Attack on Cherry Valley  57 
34 6 Curious Iroquois Pottery  64 
 34 6 French Settlers (The Man Who Gave the Name to Frenchman's Island)  66 
 34 6 Local Historians (Hon. J.V.H. Clark and Rev. J.W. Adams)  67 
34  6 Botanists Entertain  69 
34 6 Botany - History  69 
34 6 Old Time M.D.s  70 
34  Old Spots Made New (Resorts of Pleasure-Seekers Known to the Indians and the Jesuits)  72 
34 W.M. Beauchamp, S.T.D. (Pastor of Grace Church since 1865)  74 
34 6 Onondaga, 1746-67 (Sir William Johnson's Several Visits Here)  75 
34  6 Oswego Anniversaries (A County Rich in Historical Dates)  76 
34 6 A Sturdy Dutchman (Who Tramped the Mohawk Valley over 200 Years Ago) (A. Van Corlaer)  77 
 34 6 Orchid Family  78 
 34 6 Local Botany  78 
34  6 Onondaga Lake  79 
34 6 Notable Trees  80 
34 6 The Onondagas (These Indians Show a Marked Improvement)  81 
34  Two Centuries Ago - Frontenac's Expedition into the Onondaga Country in 1696  82 
34 Evacuation Day  85 
34 6 Oswego's Place in American Warfare and American Commerce for Nearly 200 Years  85 
34  6 Indian Names (Origin and Meaning of Iroquois Proper Names - Some Errors Corrected - Local Geographical Significancy)  85 
34 6 The Six Nations of the Grand River by Elam D. Bearfoot, Ohswekan  93 
 34 6 Search for Ancient Lakes  98 
 34 6 Historical Work (Art Recreations and Scientific Results)  98 
34  6 Historical Material - Valuable Contributions Which Might Easily Be Made  99 
34 6 Early Botanists (The Long Visit of Frederick Pursh in 1807)  99 
34 6 The Quaker Bonnet a Rarity Now in the Village of Skaneateles  102 
34  The Early Quakers of Skaneateles  102 
34 A Primitive Couple - William & Mary Taber  111 
34 6 Old Fort at Oswego Falls  112 
34  6 Local History and Its Allies  112 
34 6 History and Science  113 
 34 6 The Historical Association  113 
 34 6 Organization Completed (Onondaga County Academy of Sciences, Now Firmly on its Feet)  114 
34  6 Early Interments (French Burials Here in the 17th Century)  114 
34 6 Iroquois Relics  115 
34 6 Masons of Yore (Traditions That Cling to the Oldest Public Building in Onondaga County)  116 
34  Our Rich Flora  118 
34 Some Pompey Folk Lore  121 
34 6 An Indian's Hopeful View  122 
34  6 A Serpent Mound  123 
34 6 The Indian Church at O. Castle  124 
 34 6 Bishop Hobart Again Visits Oneida Castle  124 
 34 6 In Old Onondaga Valley (Richard R. Slocum's Valuable History of the Schools and Churches)  125 
34  6 Indian Music  130 
34 6 Natural History (Early Notes on Birds, Fishes and Other Game)  130 
34 6 Historical Association  131 
34  A Missionary Journal  131 
34 The Iroquois Wampum (An Ancient Treasure That Has Disappeared)  133 
34 6 The Wampum Bird  136 
34  6 Onondaga Wampum Belts  136 
34 6 Indian Names (What the Onondagas Call Syracuse and Country Towns)  140 
 34 6 Ezra L. Miles (Obituary)  141 
 34 6 Trip to Cross Lake  141 
34  6 Circle of Industry, Baldwinsville, April 15, 1897  141 
34 6 The Chief Dead (Thomas Webster's Death)  142 
34 6 Natural History (Early Notes on Birds, Fishes, & Other Game)  142 
34  The Lost Wampum  143 
34 Historic Wampum (Description of the Two Pieces of Wampum)  143 
34 6 Paper by Dr. Beauchamp on Local Archeology  144 
34  6 The Green Lakes of Manlius  144 
34 6 Indians Want Their Belts (Harriet Maxwell Converse Leads the Movement)  145 
34  Indian to Sing Opera  147 
  William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1897-1902   
34 7 Preserving the Indian for Posterity. H.M. Converse. 1897 
34  The Onondaga Pagans. H.M. Converse 
34  Not Helping Paganism. H.M. Converse 
34  Mrs. Converse and the Missionaries. H.M. Converse 
34  The Indians of New York City 
34  Mrs. Lizzie Saylor. An Indian Resident of East Broadway 
34  Indians as Models in Art 
34  Rev. Mr. Auringer Tells about Some Prehistoric Inhabitants of What Is Now Called Troy 
34  Suing for the Iroquois Wampum. 1897  10 
34  The Salt Springs  11 
34 The Iroquois Wampum  11 
34  Pettit's Battery B. 1897  11 
34  To the Top of Pike's Peak by Rail  14 
34  To the Top of Pike's Peak by Railroad Car  15 
34  Indians of the Valley. June 6, 1894  16 
34  Passages from the Diary of Ellen Goodnough (edited by Susan Fenimore Cooper)  17 
34  The Historic Iroquois Indians. A Series of Lectures. H.M. Converse  19 
34  Life of Onondagas. 1897  24 
34  Onondaga in the Revolution. 1897  25 
34  Dr. Beauchamp's Lecture  26 
34 Early Masons  26 
34  Burial Customs of the Hurons. Charles A. Hirschfelder  27 
34  The Etymology of the Two Iroquoian Compound Stems Sken-Keq'-Te' and Ndu-Ta-Keq'-Te  28 
34  Onondaga White Dog Feast  30 
34  New York Archaeology  30 
34  Changes in Indian Languages  31 
34  Copper Implements  32 
34  Indian Graves  33 
34  The Snow-Snake  33 
34  The Snow-Snake. J.N.B. Hewitt  34 
34 The Snow-Snake and Its Name  34 
34  The Snow-Snake and the r-Sound  35 
34  Mississagua Etymology. A.F. Chamberlain  36 
34  Eskimo and the Indian  36 
34  The Snow Snake and the r-Sound. J.N.B. Hewitt  36 
34  Historical Association. 1898  38 
34  An Episode of the Invasion of Canada in 1775. Lieut-Colonel E. Cruikshank  40 
34  The Iroquois Press. Ellis Woodworth, Tah-to-tah  40 
34  Onondaga Archaeology. Dr. W.G. Hinsdale  44 
34  Marquette's Map. 1898  46 
34 Ephraim Webster's Commissions  48 
34  A Visitor of 1791  51 
34  For Safe Keeping  53 
34  Botanical Research  53 
34  Lecture on the Fern  54 
34  Birds, Fruit and Insects  55 
34  Of Polished Stone  56 
34  The Post Express. 1898  56 
34  To Hold Wampum Belts  57 
34  The Post Express. 1898  57 
34 Onondaga Wampum in State Museum  58 
34  Indians Bound for Albany  58 
34  Delivered up the Wampum  59 
34  Our Indian Visitors. Times Union, June 20, 1898  59 
34  Indians and Newspapers. Argus, June 20, 1898  60 
34  An Old Family  61 
34  Gala Day at Brewerton  62 
34  Letter from Rev. Dr. Beauchamp. July 4, 1898  63 
34  De Vries and the Indians  64 
34  Western Notes  65 
34 An Ancient Sheepskin. William Johnson  66 
34  Star Lake  67 
34  Star Lake  67 
34  Earliest Written Record of the Lower Mohawk Valley. Journal of Arent Van Curler  68 
34  The Vyoye. E.M. Ruttenber  71 
34  The Last Battle Between the Mohawks and Mohicans. The Famous Butler Mansion. Hollander  72 
34  Babylonia and Assyria  73 
34  A Masonic Sermon. January 8, 1899  75 
34  A Day at the Reservation  76 
34  Aboriginal Earthenware  77 
34 An Indian Relic  78 
34  Local Interest in Colonial Laws  79 
34  Onondaga County  80 
34  Captain John Smith's Map of Virginia  80 
34  Games of Onondagas  80 
34  First Dwellers in This State  81 
34  Some Account of the Indian Council Held in the Clergy House, Philadelphia, July 1749  82 
34  Fac-simile deed of concession to Abraham Martin  83 
34  How Syracuse Received Its Name  84 
34  History's Pages  85 
34 Wampum in Dispute  86 
34  La Famine River  87 
34  In a Log Cabin  88 
34  Local Interest in Colonial Laws  89 
34  An Archaeological Find. P.M.V.E.  90 
34  Early Yachtsmen  91 
34  Early Yachting  91 
34  Scraps of County History  92 
34  An Old Bill of Lading  92 
34  Travelling Notes  92 
34 Earthenware of the New York Aborigines  93 
34  Indian Cemetery Found  93 
34  This is Pioneer Day  93 
34  Beaver Lake and Vicinity  94 
34  Iroquois Masks  95 
34  Hunting for New History at Fort Hunter. Quaint Documentary Papers. Hollander  98 
34  Visit to an Old Indian Fort Near Johnstown. A Search Among Its Remains. Hollander  99 
34  Relics Tell Their Story  100 
34  Popular Science News (insert on page 101)  101 
34  Onondaga. Carroll E. Smith  101 
34 Mrs. Hatch's Wonderful Quilt  105 
34  Ephraim Webster  105 
34  Rare Old Wampum Belts  107 
34  School Exhibition - 1841  108 
34  Ephraim Webster  109 
34  Hollander Letter. Hollander  109 
34  Mr. George J. Gardner  111 
34  Mr. Samuel Hurst  111 
34  Dr. M.W. Hanchett  112 
34  Mr. James Terwilliger  112 
34 The Rev. W.M. Beauchamp  112 
34  Blue Wing  113 
34  Niola and Son  114 
34  Chief White Buffalo  115 
34  Pipes and Tobacco  115 
34  Early Skaneateles  118 
34  The County Historical Association  118 
34  A Pleasant Outing  119 
34  Botany Club Anniversary  120 
34  Dead Seneca Priestess  120 
34 St. John's Day: Its Celebration  121 
34  Old School Lots  122 
34  Indian Relics Plowed Up  122 
34  The Joseph Brant of Romance and of Fact. Hollander  122 
34  Mr. Beauchamp Adds a Few Words to Hollander's  124 
34  Early Moravian Missionaries  125 
34  Long Island Laborers Find Five Bodies  125 
34  Apulia  125 
34  Connecticut Indian Relics  125 
34  Curious Epitaphs  126 
34 The Battle of Windmill Point  126 
34  Opinion of Appellate Division in Famous Suit to Recover Historic Belts for State Museum  128 
34  About Slavery in New York. Judge A.J. Northrup  129 
34  Hollander Letter. Hollander  130 
34  Wampum. Ernest Ingersoll  132 
34  Taken into the Wolf Clan  133 
34  Ministerial Modesty in Moravia Ninety Years Ago. Royal Phelps  134 
34  Mohawk Princess Buried with Weird Rites from Eighth Avenue Undertaking Shop  134 
34  Marie Baptiste  134 
34  Devoted to the Indians  138 
34 The Oneida Stone  138 
34  Our Towns of Classic Names  138 
34  Prehistoric Man Left Traces in Long Island. 1900  139 
34  Kirkpatrick Will Bequests  140 
34  Skeletons Found. 1901  141 
34  Artist's Valuable Gift to Skaneateles Village  141 
34  Historic Explosion Told in Poetry  142 
34  Curious Names Around Here  142 
34  A New Onondaga Fern  143 
34  Wampum Belt Observations  144 
34  Indian's Remains Dug Up  144 
34  Pioneer Day At Skaneateles  144 
34  A Historic Wampum Belt  145 
34  Valuable Find of Indian Relics  145 
34  Dr. W.M. Beauchamp's Lecture  145 
34  Medicine Masks, or "False Faces," Used by the Indians  146 
34  Onondagas Not Directly Affected by the Proposed Measure - Picturesque Gathering in the "Long House" at the Reservation  146 
34  With the Old Rites  148 
34  Madison Historical Society's Outing - Dr. Beauchamp Discusses Evidences as to Nichol's Pond  150 
    William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1900-1913   
35  8 Onondaga Historical Association. Guests of John D. Barrow - Trip Up Skaneateles Lake - Dinner and Speeches 
35 Hollander Letter. King Hendrick, of Mohawk Valley Indian Times [Amsterdam Times, November 1902] 
35  8 Noted Indian Chiefs (Special Correspondence) 
35  8 Chambered Shells 
35 8 While digging for … . Utica Press 
35  Marking Historic Places. The Report and Address of Norman Seymour 
35  Another Work to Deal with Central New York. Rev. Dr. Beauchamp and General Bruce Will be Collaborators 
35  Initiated in Onondaga Tribe. Professor Starr Joins the Pagan Indians [Journal, November 1901] 
35  Wampum Belt Observations. Dr. W.M. Beauchamp Speaks of Belts Recently Examined [1901] 
35  An Old Muster Roll. Supposed to be the Original List of Pettit's Battery B 
35  8 A New Onondaga Fern 
35 On Historic Ground. Pilgrimage to a Battle Field in Madison County 
35  8 Captain Benjamin Lee. A Monument in the Skaneateles Cemetery Recalls the Romantic Story of a British Sailor  10 
35  8 Anthropological Notes [Unity, 1902]  10 
35 8 "Logan and His Family," a highly interesting paper which was read before the Cayuga County Historical Society [1902]  11 
35  The History of Onondaga  12 
35  Spaniards in Onondaga [1902]  12 
35  Indian Chief Logan's Career. Dr. Wm. M. Beauchamp Speaks Entertainingly About It  13 
35  What the Indians Need  14 
35  History Club's Annual Reunion  14 
35  8 The Word Onondaga. Its History and Meaning Described by W.M. Beauchamp  15 
35 Early Skaneateles [1900]  16 
35  8 The First Yacht  16 
35  8 Correspondence. Progress Among Onondaga Indians  16 
35 8 Some Brief Reminiscences of Skaneateles  17 
35  Era of Cliff Dwellers. Evidence Accumulating to Put it Back Hundreds of Years  17 
35  Correspondence. An Old Trail [1900]  18 
35  Metallic Implements of the Indians  18 
35  Antique Jar Now in Possession of an Amsterdam Man Is Attracting Much Attention [1904]  19 
35  Relics of Erie Indians. Several Skeletons Found on the Cattaraugus Reservation  19 
35  8 Famed Silver is Owned by Indian Tribes. Given by Queen Anne to the Onondagas and Mohawks It Is Now Guarded as a Great Treasure  21 
35 Site of Fort Ontario is a Historic Spot [1904]  21 
35  8 Through Onondaga in 1817. Captain Richard Langsbow Made the Trip with Great Difficulty - No Public Conveyance to Oswego - Failed to Meet the Alleged Author of "Guy Mannering" [1902]  22 
35  8 The Cornplanter's Medal  22 
35 8 Fort Rensselaer, at Canajoharie and Revolutionary Relics of Interest to Dwellers on the Mohawk [1890]  22 
35  Skeletons of Indians. Bones of What Are Supposed to Have Been Aborigines Found Near Fort Hunter [Morning Sentinel, Amsterdam, 1904]  23 
35  An Interesting Relic of Four Hundred Years Ago  23 
35  The Old Indian Orchard  24 
35  A Council of the Oneida Indians [1904]  24 
35  Weird Time at Council House. Strings of Wampum and Bells Form Part of the Garb, While Tom-toms and Rattles Furnish Music [1904]  24 
35  8 Old-time Customs Not Lost  26 
35 Census Figures. Population of New York State Villages and Cities  26 
35  8 A Forest March [1904]  27 
35  8 Conrad Weiser at Onondaga  27 
35 8 Big Chief's Skeleton. Recently Found Relic May Be That of Sequoyah [1904]  28 
35  Tomahawk Dug Up by Guardians of Red Men. Ethnologist on the Warpath Against Col. Pratt of Carlisle [1904]  28 
35  Some New Books. A New History of North America  29 
35  Honor Jesuit for His Deeds. Hundreds Pay Tribute to Memory of Rev. Simon Le Moyne [1904]  31 
35  "The school is most fortunate…"  32 
35  Fort Near Fenner Corners  33 
35  8 Dr. Beauchamp Describes Coming of Father Le Moyne to Onondaga  34 
35  8 Onondaga in 1654. The Story of Father Simon Le Moyne  37 
35 8 Dr. Beauchamp's Books  38 
35  Indian Villages Along the Historic Chemung River [1904]  38 
35  In Memory of the Onondagas. New Kirkpatrick Fountain Unveiled and Presented to Syracuse [1904]  41 
35  Bones of Indian Unearthed. Principal Alter of Fort Hunter Finds Skeleton of Red Man Along River Bank, East of Fort Hunter [1904]  41 
35  By Frederick Starr, Head Professor of Anthropology in University of Chicago [1904]  42 
35  Squawky Hill Relics. Ancient Indian Resort  46 
35  8 Two Hundred Skulls in Good Preservation. Big Indian Burying Ground Excavated in the Vicinity of Niagara Falls - Bones Found Supposed to Be Those of Huron Braves [1904]  47 
35 Sixty Skeletons Found in a Pit  47 
35  8 Rare Indian Relic. Native Copper Chain of 300 Beads - At Least 400 Years Old - State Offers $100 for It - Owned in Amsterdam [Amsterdam Recorder, 1904]  48 
35  8 Received into An Indian Clan. Jerome Connor Now a Brother of All the Onondagas [1904]  49 
35 8 Indian Relics. Curious Discovery Made on the Farm of John Kuney [1903]  49 
35  History of the Iroquois. Dr. Wm. M. Beauchamp's Work Published by New York State Museum  50 
35  Moses Dewitt's Neglected Tomb [1904]  50 
35  Through Onondaga in 1779  50 
35  Hopeful for Indians. Some remarks made by Dr. W.M. Beauchamp in the close of his admirable history of the Iroquois  51 
35  Dr. Beauchamp 75 To-Day. Congratulated by Farmers' Club, Before Whom He Spoke [1905]  51 
35  8 Aboriginal Pottery in the Wyoming Valley. Paper Before the Historical Society by Christopher Wren - A Promising Field of Research Given Very Little Attention - The Making of Clay Pottery a Complex Art [1905]  52 
35 Chief Logan Pronounces the Oration over Remains of Orris Farmer in the Reservation Council House [1905]  52 
35  8 Attended the Funerals of Five Generations. Dr. Beauchamp Present at Services at Plainville  52 
35  8 The skeleton of two… [Ithaca News, 1904]  52 
35 8 The County Centennial [of 1906]. Meeting of the General Committee and a Programme of Exersises Adopted  53 
35  Valuable Wampum Belt at Kingston [1905]  53 
35  Who Were the Kah-Kwahs? Question Dilworth M. Silver Gave Light on Before Natural Science Society [Buffalo Courier, 1904]  54 
35  Ancient Earthwork on the Lower Genesee River. Probably Was In or Near A Large Settlement [1903]  54 
35  Tells of Geological Formation in American Journal of Science. Prof. Philip F. Schneider Publishes an Article of Importance to Scientists Regarding Onondaga Formations  55 
35  Squaws Have A Falling Out. Claim to Be the Wives of Jarius Pierce  55 
35  8 Old Mohawk Churches  56 
35 Onondaga Folk-Lore. Some Local Indian Legends  60 
35  8 Village Removals. Dr. Wm. M. Beauchamp's Latest Bulletin on "Aboriginal Use of Wood"  61 
35  8 Historic Scenes. Almost 250 Years Since the First Christian Mission in Onondaga County [1905]  61 
35 8 American Riflemen  61 
35  Interesting Souvenirs  61 
35  Jarius Pierce Tells of Rite. Is Witness in Municipal Court in Case of Widowed Squaw Seeking to Recover on a Note [1906]  62 
35  Scientists Investigate "Devil's Punch Bowl"  62 
35  Pioneer History in Onondaga [1905]  65 
35  Pioneer's Day Plans [1906]  66 
35  8 An Ephraim Webster Letter  66 
35 This is written…  66 
35  8 Mrs. W.H.H. Smith Presents the Redfield Collection to the Department of Education  66 
35  8 Arrowheads Shaped with a Wooden Implement  67 
35 8 An Old Friend's Tribute to the Late John D. Barrow  68 
35  "Conflicting Faiths" [1907]  68 
35  "A Land of Many Lakes" [1906]  68 
35  The Census Returns of New York by Counties [1905]  69 
35  Indian Implements of War and Agriculture in Large Numbers Found on Shore of Onondaga Lake and Along Creek [1906]  69 
35  Rare Historic Discovery. Eighteen Indian Skeletons Dug Up on Rodman Farm [1906]  69 
35  8 Traces of the Iroquois Throughout the Ancient History of the East [1906]  71 
35 Valuable Paper by Helen F. Troy, Who Has Made Life Study of Subject [1906]  71 
35  8 Dr. Beauchamp, Archeologist [Post Express, Rochester, 1906]  73 
35  8 Indian Lore [1903]  73 
35 8 "Hi-a-wat-ha" Translated from the Iroquois by Helen F. Troy of Auburn  73 
35  George K. Knapp Promises New Facts About the People and History of Onondaga County  74 
35  Dean of Syracuse Artists Engaged upon Reminiscences  74 
35  The "Onondaga Hunters"  75 
35  Some Treasures in Rare Books. Old Ones upon the Shelf of Dr. W.M. Beauchamp [1906]  75 
35  Special Thanks to the Post-Standard  76 
35  8 Real Natives of This Territory. How the Aborigines Lived - History of the Tribes That Inhabited This Locality Centuries Ago  77 
35 History of the Indians  82 
35  8 A Birthday Book  83 
35  8 Dr. Beauchamp, Archeologist  83 
35 8 "Charles L. Elliott" John Barrow Talks Before the Historical Association  84 
35  Pettit's Battery B. It's Record on the Field of Battle - List of Officers and Privates - Facts Gathered and Published for General Information and for the Use of the New York Monuments Commission  84 
35  Story of Onondaga. Many People Engaged in Preparing for Its Presentation [1894]  87 
35  The Barge Canal. New York Firm Secures Contract for Baldwinsville Section of Canal - Will Take About Four Years to Complete This Section - Work to be Started at Once  88 
35  Barge Canal Contractors Here  89 
35  A Number of Years ago…  90 
35  8 White Dogs Wait in Heaven for Masters. Such the Teaching to Which Pagan Indians at Reservation Listen When Blind Zealot Preaches Doctrines of Handsome Lake  92 
35 Rare Pipe Just Plowed Up. Site of an Aboriginal Village, With a Strong Natural Fortification, Supposed to Have Been an Outpost on the Oneida's Frontier as a Defence from Incursions of the St. Regis Tribe  92 
35  8 Rare Historic Discovery. Archeologist Harrington of Harvard University Unearths Remains of Former Onondaga Braves - Bones Will be Removed to Museum of University  92 
35  8 As the Celebration Will Look… From a Staff Correspondent of The Standard  94 
35 8 Visitors From Syracuse. In the Anniversary Throngs the Onondaga Historical Association Will Figure  96 
35  Historic Pompey. To the Editor of the Post-Standard  96 
35  Studies in Local History. No. LVII [Rochester, Post Express 97 
35  Our Indian Names. Middletown Times-Press. John D. Stivers, Editor [1908]  98 
35  Griffin is Now New Hiawatha. Head of Mystique Krewe a Member of Beaver Clan. Name is "Scho-Nah-Na-Da"  99 
35  Syracuse Celebrities  100 
35  8 The Indian Prophet by Helen F. Troy [Syracuse Herald, 1906]  100 
35 Are Mixed on Dickens Dates [1908]  101 
35  8 A Famous Orchard. To the Editor of the Post-Standard  102 
35  8 Memorial Fountain to be Dedicated July 1  102 
35 8 Kirkpatrick Fountain is Unveiled at Washington Park. Big Crowd Attends. Presentation Made by Father Mullany - Acceptance by Mayor [1908]  102 
35  Brother's Worthy Deed. New Catalogue Issued of Pictures in Barrow Art Gallery [Democrat, 1908]  103 
35  Botanists Celebrate President's Birthday. Mrs. L.L. Goodrich the Guest of Honor at Feast Yesterday [July 2, 1908]  103 
35  Hostess is Surprised. Botanists Assist at Seventy-third Birthday Anniversary  103 
35  Another Tribute. Well Known Art Critic of Syracuse Praises John D. Barrow [Democrat, 1908]  103 
35  The New Catalogue of the Barrow Art Gallery [Free Press, 1908]  102a 
35  8 New History of County by Dr. Beauchamp  102a 
35 M.M. Guilfoyle of Jordan … [1908]  103a 
35  8 Great Chiefs are Gathering at Long House. Convention of Six Nations to Open This Morning [1909]  103a 
35  8 An Old Powder Horn  104 
35 8 Revolutionary Soldiers  104 
35  On Friday morning … [May 7, 1909]  104 
35  Across Oneida Lake in 1773  104 
35  Mrs. Richard M. Cass a Direct Descendant of Plymouth Colony Governor  105 
35  Rare Old Volumes in List. Donation is Made by President J. William Smith [June 1908]  105 
35  E.G. Holcombe, residing … [1908]  106 
35  8 Burils[?]  106 
35 Farmer Plows Up Tomahawk Buried in Muck 160 Years  106 
35  8 Dr. Beauchamp Honored. Past High Priest's Jewel Presented to Him by Riverside Chapter  107 
35  8 Dr. Beauchamp's Birthday [1910]  107 
35 8 Rev. Dr. Beauchamp 80 Years Old To-Day  107 
35  Arrange a Surprise for Dr. Beauchamp. Episcopal Clergy Give Venerable Preacher Birthday Party - 80 Years Old  107 
35  Noted Indian Worker Praises Dr. Beauchamp. Cary W. Hartman Declares Syracuse Man's Fame is Widespread - Lecture on " The Indian"  107 
35  Pioneers Celebrate. Gathering of Many Old Families on Frenchman's Island [June 4, 1910]  107 
35  Captain Pettit and His Battery  107 
35  Age-Old Ceremony Enacted. Mrs. Troy of Auburn Made a Member of Onondagas [1910]  108 
35  8 Side Issues. A Story of Syracuse in 1850  108 
35 Skaneateles in 1831 [For the Free Press]  110 
35  8 Kept Tryst of 60 Years Ago. Rev. Dr. William M. Beauchamp Communed with Comrades in Spirit [1910]  110 
35 8 Peace Pipe Dug Up. Fine Specimen of Indian Workmanship Unearthed at Sag Harbor (Special to the Eagle)  111 
35  Precious Gift  111 
35  The Great Men of Pompey  111 
35  Early Masonic Certificates  111 
35  List of Men in Revolution. Dr. Beauchamp Can't Find Burial Places of Onondaga Soldiers  111 
35  Rev. Dr. W.M. Beauchamp of Syracuse …  112 
35  8 Splendid Indian Curios on View. Interesting George G. Heye Collection May Now be Seen at the University Museums  112 
35 Indian Relics at University Museums  112 
35  8 Skaneateles Lake Gulls  114 
35  8 Old Training Days. Rev. W.M. Beauchamp Tells a Pretty Story of the Skaneateles Militia of the Dim Past  115 
35 8 Dr. David Boyle Passes Away at His Home in Walker Avenue [February 1, 1911]  115 
35  Glen Haven Hotel Built 1845?(6?)  116 
35  Veteran Masons [1910]  117 
35  Information Wanted [1911]  117 
35  The Albany Indian Collection  117 
35  Recent Articles on Charles L. Elliott and Dr. Judson Prompts Rev. Beauchamp to Write  117 
35  8 Language [1911]  118 
35 President Fillmore. Thirteenth Chief Executive of the United States Visited Skaneateles in the Year 1854  118 
35  8 Onondaga at Albany  119 
35  8 Freaks in Ferns  119 
35 8 Local History Studies  119 
35  In Memoriam [1911]  120 
35  Mr. Kane Has Bronze Medal Presented to Scanandoah. Syracuse Man Owns Trophy Given Oneida Chief by English  121 
35  Elliott and His Pictures  122 
35  American Archaeology [1912]  122 
35  Morning's Mail. Revolutionary Soldiers in Onondaga [1912]  122 
35  8 Revolutionary Soldiers in Syracuse  123 
35 Historic Markers  123 
35  8 Another Chapter. On Early Masonry in Skaneateles - Biographical Sketches of Pioneers in the Craft  123 
35  8 The Native American [1912]  125 
35 8 Madison County Archeology  125 
35  New Type of Indian Found in Relics of Two Villages. Collection from Norwich Settlements, Says Dr. Beauchamp, Shows No Traces of Work of Known Races of Red Men - Lived 500 Years Ago [1912]  125 
35  The Tulip Tree  126 
35  Local Archaeology [1912]  126 
35  Brewerton Pioneers  126 
35  Military Lodge, Manlius  126 
35  8 Of Early Masonry. Rev. W.M. Beauchamp Gives History of the Order in Skaneateles - First Lodge in County  127 
35 First Settler 1793. John Shepard Cleared the Wilderness in What is Now Known as Shepard Settlement - Sketch of His Life  128 
35  8 A Brief History of Shepard Settlement  128 
35  8 Notes on the Shepard Settlement  130 
35 8 Onondaga Birds  130 
35  Can Hogs Swim? [1913]  130 
35  Fort Brewerton [1913]  130 
35  Something About the Indians. Lecture by Dr. W.M. Beauchamp  131 
35  Dr. Beauchamp's Historical Material  131 
35  Preserving the Records  132 
35  8 An Old Cayuga Fort  132 
35 Handsome Lake [1909]  133 
35  8 Dr. Beauchamp at 79 Years Takes a Trip to Metropolis. Clergyman Meets for First Time a Cousin, Chaplain on English Warship Inflexible - Sees Big Celebration [1909]  133 
35  8 Chambers Will Entertain. European and American Scientists Will Visit Jamesville. Party Comprising Forty-Five Noted Men Will Arrive in City Friday Morning on Their Way West [1912]  134 
35 8 Noted Scientists Visit Green Lakes  135 
35  An Onondaga Botanists in Canada [1912]  136 
35  Frank M. Cornell Tells of His Early Experiences Here [1912]  137 
35  Chateaubriand in Onondaga [1913]  137 
35  Chateaubriand at Onondaga Lake [1913]  137 
35  An Indian Grave  138 
35  8 A Hundred Birds of Syracuse  138 
35 Revolutionary Inscriptions  138 
35  8 Local History  139 
35  8 Skaneateles Woman Dead. Miss Humphryes, Niece of Rev. Dr. Beauchamp, Expires [1913]  139 
35 8 Searches 200 Cemeteries for History of Dead Soldiers. Dr. Beauchamp Walks Thousands of Miles in Burying Grounds to Gather Records of Onondaga Men Who Fought in Revolution - Task Takes Eight Years   139 
35  Pioneer History  139 
35  "Splitting Moon" New Name. Auburn Artist Plans New Council House, "Gym" and Library  140 
35  Old Days by Charles H. White [Syracuse Herald, 1913]  140 
35  Revolutionary Soldiers Again  142 
35  An Old Cayuga Fort  143 
35  8 A Stony Point Veteran  143 
35 An Early Onondaga Poet  143 
35  8 War of Revolution. List of Onondaga Veterans Who Fought for American Independence, Compiled by Dr. Beauchamp  144 
    William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1914-1918 (includes a few items dated 1846, 1886 and 1902 at back of volume)   
35 9 Records Show La Fayette Was Entertained by Masons 
35  Masonic Order in Homer. Dr. L.W. Potter. February 1914 
35  A Reminiscence. C.B. Miller 
35  Onondagas Will Adopt Mr. Gohl, Auburn Artist 
35 The Bigelow Collection 
35  Workers in the Quarries 
35  Officers Re-Elected 
35 Designs to Be Submitted at Meeting Called for To-day. Show Pictures of Soldiers Monument and Arsenal at Valley 
35  William D. Adams. Union Springs 
35  Heads Clerical Club for 10th Consecutive Term 
35  Old Plants and Botanists 
35  Fleming Man Has Relic 400 Years Old 
35  Rose Hill Memorials  10 
35  Owasco Daughters of Revolution Seek Novel Designs for Markers - Trace Paths of Missionaries in Former Wilderness - New Headstones for Soldiers  10 
35 Collection of Fossils Given to University  10 
35  A Home Question  11 
35  An Antique Vessel  11 
35 Historic Sites  11 
35  Most Holy Rosary Church Celebration Attracts 5,000 Persons  12 
35  Epitaphs  12 
35  (Article on Beauchamp's Address to DAR re: Iroquois Indians)  15 
35  More About the Ginkgo. John T. Roberts  16 
35  Fiftieth Anniversary of St. Jame's Church  16 
35  An Old Onondaga House  17 
35 The Lion and the Eagle  17 
35  Clerical Visit to "The Onondaga Nation"  18 
35  The Holy Communion at the "Castle of the Onondagas" J.P.F.  19 
35 Church of The Good Shepard (Courier)  20 
35  Central New York J.P.F.  20 
35  Bishop and the Onondaga Indians. J.D. Huntington  21 
35  The Belief of the Onondaga Indians - The Body of An Indian Prophet  21 
35  Saturday Evening  21 
35  To The Onondagas "We Wish You Good"  21 
35  Answer Of The Onondagas "We Do You Good"  21 
35  The Indian Band. James P. Foster  22 
35 Serenade to Bishop Huntington  22 
35  Musical Entertainment by the Red Men  22 
35  Correspondence. J.P. Foster and E.M. Van Deusen  22 
35  The Onondagas at Utica  22 
35  Onondaga Serenaders  23 
35  War Declared at Reservation  23 
35  Funeral of Captain George  23 
35 Historical Features in Rome 1914  24 
35  Dr. Empringham's Jonah. James Empringham  25 
35  Earl of Beauchamp to Meet Santa Claus Ship  25 
35 Historian Urges Markers For Former Indian Trails  26 
35  President Fillmore  26 
35  Wall Paper from Loomis Hill House Withstands Years  26 
35  A Peace Centennial  27 
35  The Carrier's Address  27 
35  Christmas 100 Years Ago. Very Different From Now  28 
35  Country Taverns  28 
35 Historical Work  29 
35  Millard Fillmore. M.E. Kenyon  29 
35  More Facts About Fillmore. Charles L. Kellogg  29 
35 What Fillmore Said  30 
35  To Make Park of Green Lake  30 
35  Moravia Lodge of Masons One of Oldest in State  31 
35  Centennial Theme  31 
35  To Place Tablets  32 
35  Trinity Church Will Be Hundred Years Old August 29, 1915  33 
35  Huntington Memorial at Grace Church Consecrated  34 
35 Record of Old-Time Canal Proposition  34 
35  Observe Their Birthdays  36 
35  Octogenarian Greenings  36 
35 Making the Name Fit the Man  36 
35  How to Get to Our Little Lakes  36 
35  "Man Born With Railroads" Send Poem to the "Man Born Before Them" - One Plans Trip to Panama Exposition. Rev. Beauchamp & Rev. Raymond  37 
35  The Origin of Green Lake. Dr. Thomas C. Hopkins  37 
35  Glacial Lakes  38 
35  Bentonville Fight Won By Syracusans  38 
35  Deception Complete. Capt. T.J. Brannon  39 
35 Prevented Disaster. Maj. W.G. Tracy  39 
35  Took Life in Hands. Col. John G. Butler  39 
35  Syracuse-made Books Are Many  40 
35 Will Preserve DeWitt Grave  41 
35  The Matter of a Name  41 
35  A Public Memorial  42 
35  Bishop Olmsted Declines to Discuss Action of Club  42 
35  Rev. Dr. Beauchamp Shows Anglers Points on Fishing  43 
35  The Origin of Green Lake. Dr. Thomas C. Hopkins  43 
35  Clerical Club Re-Elects Dr. Beauchamp President  44 
35 Arbor Day Exercise  44 
35  Ben H. Porter Post on Parade Thirty-Five Years Ago. 1915  45 
35  Memorial Services  45 
35 Syracuse on Its Good Work in Archaeology  46 
35  A Curious Motto  46 
35  Money Only Cold Metal After All, Exclaims Venerable Teacher  46 
35  "Keep Young" Dr. Ernst Held and Rev. Dr. W.M. Beauchamp  47 
35  Ancient Cut of Eagle on Proclamation  48 
35  Dr. Held Suggests Text  48 
35  Yaphank's Real Name. Archibald C. Weeks  48 
35 Fern Society Delegates at Green Lake  49 
35  Old Indian Fort  50 
35  Green Lake Has a Bottom, Forestry Students Find  50 
35 Historical Tablet  51 
35  Descendants of Henderson to Meet at Onondaga Park  51 
35  Early Visitors  51 
35  Rev. Thos. Meachem  52 
35  Three Grand Old Men  52 
35  A Champlain Celebration  53 
35  Old Churches. Warren Giles  53 
35 Old Home Week  53 
35  Reminiscences of the "Old Home" of Suburban Skaneateles. Stephen Smith  54 
35  Address by Rev. W.M. Beauchamp, S.D.T.  58 
35 Article on Soldier's Monument Lake View Cemetery  63 
35  Article on Baptist Church. Rev. J.F. Weinhauer  63 
35  Article on St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church. Rev. Father T.J. Conway  63 
35  Article on Skaneateles Library  64 
35  Article on Presbyterian Church. Rev. Alfred T. Vail  64 
35  Article on St. James Episcopal Church. Rev. George R. Hewlett  65 
35  Article on Skaneateles High School  65 
35 Article on Village by the Lake  66 
35  Article on Methodist Episcopal Church  66 
35  Miss Ellen Beauchamp Dies; Ailing Long Time  67 
35 Miss Beauchamp Dies  67 
35  The Early Settlers  67 
35  Iroquois Women  67 
35  Battle Between French and Allies and Iroquois Fought in Madison County  67 
35  Tries a Popular Song  69 
35  Pulaski Training Class  69 
35  Shell and Flint  69 
35 Odds and Ends  69 
35  Centennial of F&AM in Skaneateles M.E.B.  70 
35  Rev. W.W. Raymond  70 
35 To a Septuagenarian  70 
35  Christ Episcopal Church at Jordan Celebrated Its Seventy-Fifth Anniversary  71 
35  Uncared-for Graves Mark Resting Place of Soldiers  71 
35  Onondaga Reservation. Harvey E. Taylor  73 
35  News of Death. Virginia Beauchamp  76 
35  Iroquois Will Celebrate Handsome Lake Centennial  77 
35  Another Pioneer. Hull Watson  77 
35 Dr. Beauchamp Delves in Past for Centennial  78 
35  Centennial Observed by St. James Church  79 
35 The Moravians  82 
35  Danforth Descendant Will Uncover Tablet of Site of Old Home  83 
35  Bronzes in Memory of Ephraim Webster and Major Asa Danforth  83 
35  Dr. Beauchamp at 86 Years Takes Degrees in Masonry  83 
35  Two Noteworthy Societies  83 
35 Rev. William Wirt Raymond  84 
35  Gleanings  84 
35  Where Veterans Are Buried  84 
35 Old Book Marks  85 
35  Indian School Dedicated at Reservation  85 
35  Stood First in Councils  85 
35  St. James' Church as Remodeled in 1847  86 
35  St. James' Church as Remodeled in 1847 (Inside of Church)  86 
35  St. James' Church from the Lake  87 
35  St. James' Church, 1915  87 
35 A Happy New Year  88 
35  At Nichols Pond  88 
35  Cannon of 1656 Are Buried on Site of Jesuit Mission. R.K.S.  89 
35 Indians to Dance on Green Sunday  89 
35  A Larger Work  89 
35  Successful Expedition  90 
35  How Glaciers Changed Map of Country Near Syracuse  90 
35  Soldier's Wayside Graves  91 
35  Respect to the Flag  91 
35  Two of William Penn's Treaty Belts, Long in England, Coming to New York  91 
35 New York State Historians  91 
35  Rare Flax Spinning Wheel  92 
35  Masons Celebrate Founding of St. Patrick's Lodge, F&AM  93 
35  Historical Address of the Day  93 
35  An Indian Library  95 
35 Archeologist Talks on The Uses of Wampum  95 
35  Began with Centennial  95 
35  Uses of Wampum  95 
35 Daughters of Revolution  95 
35  Local Antiquities  96 
35  Paleface Game Wardens  96 
35  Dr. Beauchamp Is Honored at Birthday Fete  97 
35  Dr. White Pays High Tribute to Venerable Clergyman  97 
35  The Rev. Dr. Beauchamp Plans a Unique Celebration on Anniversary  97 
35  Dr. Beauchamp Honor [sic] Guest at Dinner Tonight  98 
35 The Rev. Dr. Beauchamp Honored on His Birthday  98 
35  Men's Club of All Saint's Church Will Honor Veteran Clergyman  98 
35  Indian Relics Found on Farm of Much Interest  98 
35 Early Churches  99 
35  Letter to the Editor. March 8  99 
35  First Churches  99 
35  Early Churches  99 
35  Local History  99 
35  First Steamboat Plied Lake Ontario One Hundred Years Ago Next Month. March 31, 1917  100 
35  Moravian Journals Published by Society  102 
35 Early Libraries  102 
35  The Seventeen-Year Locust  102 
35  Rev. William Beauchamp Declines to Head Club  102 
35  Cheney's Reminiscences  102 
35  Article on Revolutionary War. Fitch, 1917  102 
35 Why Yaphank?  103 
35  Reservation Lands  103 
35  100 Masonic Veterans at Annual Meeting and Feast  104 
35 Free Masonry in Syracuse and Vicinity; Symbolic Lodges. Herbert W. Greenland  104 
35  Zion Church, Onondaga Hill  106 
35  The Vredenburghs  107 
35  Federated Societies  107 
35  An Early Church and Missionary  108 
35  Early Days of Zion Church  109 
35  Gandougarae  111 
35 The Early Christian Church in Ontario County. Rev. James T. Dougherty  111 
35  Rev. Dr. Beauchamp Declines  112 
35  Mrs. Beauchamp, Wife of Clergyman, Is Dead  113 
35 Mrs. Beauchamp Dead  113 
35  Shaft Unveiled on Hill Where Jesuits Prayed  113 
35  Women of Onondaga Tribe Make Rare Lace and Linen. Edith H. Marshall  115 
35  What Schiller Said  117 
35  Chief Cornplanter Visits Reservation  117 
35  Venerable Clergyman Given Birthday Dinner in All Saints Church  118 
35  Rev. Dr. W.M. Beauchamp is 88 Years Old Today  119 
35 New York in History  119 
35  Felling Trees and Splitting Wood Mere Exercise for Rev. Dr. Beauchamp at 88  119 
35  Tells of Famous Old Fort  119 
35  Champlain and the Oneidas  119 
35  Former Root Dwelling Features in Architectural Contest  119 
35  St. Matther's Church, Moravia, to Observe 96th Anniversary  121 
35  Morning's Mail  121 
35 Concerning Names  121 
35  Local Architecture  122 
35  William Stevens  122 
35 An Early Funeral. William Stenens  123 
35  In His Ninety-Fifth Year  124 
35  Wedded Fifty Years  125 
35  Article by Eugene Forman. 1886  125 
35  Western State Journal  126 
35  History Club's Annual Reunion  127 
35  Skaneateles in 1846  127 
35 Freaks in Flowers  127 
35  Rare Needlework Given Onondaga Historical Ass'n  127 
    William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1886-1922   
36  10 Prominent Figures in the Episcopal Diocese of Central New York, Which Is Observing Its Fiftieth Anniversary 
36 10  Syracusans Who Are Found in Who's Who 
36  10  Event to Be Held in June 
36  10  A New History 
36  10  Spafford Settled 
36  10  In a Mad House  10 
36  10  The First Regular Lawyer  11 
36  10  Aged Aunt Electa  11 
36 10  Of Baldwinsville and Lysander  11 
36 10  For Over a Century  12 
36  10  About the Stone Age  14 
36  10  Legends of Lysander  15 
36  10  In a Region of Bears And Indians  15 
36  10  The Old Onondaga Home. Mrs. Harriet Jones  17 
36  10  The First Frame Church  18 
36  10  John Mason's Story  18 
36 10  Ephraim Webster's House  19 
36 10  At Onondaga Valley  19 
36  10  In the Year 1825  20 
36  10  In the Long Ago  21 
36  10  The Battle of Lake Erie  22 
36  10  Pioneer Home Life  22 
36  10  Judge Asa Danforth  22 
36  10  Mr. Goodwin's Story  22 
36 10  Victory Birdseye  23 
36 10  The Centennial "Herald"  24 
36  10  James Geddes  24 
36  10  The First Schoolhouse  25 
36  10  An Event of General Training  25 
36  10  Salt Manufacture  26 
36  10  Recollections of a Descendant of Jonathan Edwards and Aaron Burr  26 
36  10  An Old Log House  27 
36 10  From a Woman Aged 95. Naomi Mahala Sloan  29 
36 10  History of a Slave Yoke  29 
36  10  Asa Danforth  29 
36  10  In Eighteen-Ten  30 
36  10  Early Masonic Emblems  30 
36  10  English Sounds of Towns and Rivers in Fighting Zone  30 
36  10  Scanadoah Poses for Symbolic Picture  31 
36  10  The Subject of the Pageant, Its Poster and the Men Who Are Planning It  32 
36 10  Elaborate Program of Musical Tableaux. G.F. Bowker  33 
36  10  The Committees  34 
36  10  Exhibit, Collections  35 
36  10  "The Moon Is Not Ripe"  35 
36  10  The State Historical Society  35 
36  10  Commander of American Forces in France Then a Captain on General Mile's Staff, Present at Marriage of Miss Poor to Colonel Maus  36 
36  10  An Old-time Printer  36 
36 10  Proprietor of the Skaneateles Free Press Has Never Missed More Than 100 Consecutive Hours at His Desk - And He Is Still Going Strong at 65 Years of Age. September 1918  36 
36 10  Epipactis Helleborine, var. Viridens  38 
36  10  Great Change in Journalism  38 
36  10  Pioneer Editors of the Syracuse Standard  39 
36  10  Early Parish Records  40 
36  10  Directed by Former Chief  40 
36  10  Hot Dinners Great Success  42 
36  10  Cardiff Giant  42 
36 10  New Details of a Famous Hoax  43 
36 10  Syracuse Taverns. James H. Durham  44 
36  10  A Distinguished Visitor  44 
36  10  Old Times in Skaneateles  45 
36  10  Edward Cornplanter's Body to Lie Beside Handsome Lake  45 
36  10  Imperial Utterances  45 
36  10  Everybody Turned Out in '65 to Welcome the Boys in Blue  47 
36  10  Expand the Scope  48 
36 10  A Wider Historical Field  48 
36 10  Indian Tribes to Fight for Legal Status  48 
36  10  Invited to Congress  49 
36  10  Meet Historical Association Home, The Inquisitive Four  50 
36  10  The Inquisitive Four  50 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp to Give Seneca Falls Lecture  51 
36  10  By Helen F. Troy  51 
36  10  The Morgan Memorial  52 
36 10  Picturesque Fireplaces in Onondaga County  49-52 
36 10  Two Syracusans to Help Reconstruction in France  53 
36  10  Miss Elizabeth Campbell Joins Y.W.C.A. In France  53 
36  10  Miss Elizabeth Campbell Returns from Overseas  53 
36  10  Those Leaving on the Leviathan  53 
36  10  Father Le Moyne Began the Course of Educating the People of Central New York. Mrs. Chas. E. Fitch  54 
36  10  White and Indian in Conference  55 
36  10  Decide Rights Over Indians on March 6-7  56 
36 10  Governments in Accord  57 
36  10  Movement Also Under Way to Dissolve Local Indian Welfare Society  57 
36  10  Indian Conference Stirs Up Trouble Among Redskins  58 
36  10  The Late Indian Conference  58 
36  10  Summon Iroquois Chiefs for Powwow at Reservation  59 
36  10  Is Eighty-Nine Years Young  59 
36  10  Vigorous in Body and Mind at Grand Old Age of Ninety  60 
36 10  Discuss Tribal Issues  60 
36 10  Rev. Dr. W.M. Beauchamp, 89, Given Advice on Birthday - How to Attain Long Life  61 
36  10  All Saint's Church 1830-1919  61 
36  10  Military Relics  61 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp Describes Early Episcopal Churches  62 
36  10  Ray Paroles Indians Until Trial Starts  62 
36  10  Missionary Gleanings - No. 2. Rev. Davenport Phelps  63 
36  10  The Fort at Nichols Pond, and Champlain's Visit - It Was a Hot Time When He Introduced Arquebuses Here First  63 
36 10  St. Paul's Rector Rev. Dr. Henry H. Hadley  64 
36 10  They Built It By Popular Subscription and Were Rewarded in This Way  65 
36  10  Intended for Onondaga Indians. Ancient Indian Relic, Held by Albany Church  66 
36  10  Huge Boulder Will Serve as a Memorial on Island Where the Indians Once Placed Families  67 
36  10  April Snowstorm Blamed to Frogs by Indians' Lore  67 
36  10  Wood Cutting Long Ago. C.F. Trowbridge, in Tully Times  67 
36  10  Fifty-First Convention of Episcopal Diocese is Opened at Utica  68 
36  10  Old Resident Passes Away  68 
36 10  J.L. Voorhees Well-known Mason and Retired Business Man Buried Tomorrow  68 
36 10  Numerous Signs Found of Teeming Red Men Life in North End of County Centuries Ago - One Skull Still Holds Arrow That Pierced It -Relics Bound to Create Stir, Specimens Will Attract Tourist  69 
36  10  Notes & Queries  69 
36  10  Oneida Land  70 
36  10  125th Anniversary of County on Wednesday  70 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp to Talk at Indian Conference  70 
36  10  Catholics Held First Religious Conference in Onondaga in 1669  71 
36  10  Onondagas 125th Birthday is Celebrated by Society  72 
36 10  Colonial Setting Features Party of Historical Ass'n  72 
36 10  Article on H.L. Phillips  72 
36  10  Nurse Lola Vanderzee Visits Patients on Horseback Now  73 
36  10  Early Days  74 
36  10  How Many Were There?  74 
36  10  Find Relics in Indian Mounds at Watertown  74 
36  10  These Four Men of Many Years Refuse to Grow Old and Offer Good Example to Others  75 
36  10  Visiting Nurses Show Red Folk That White People Believe in Doctrine of Brotherly Love  78 
36 10  The Lost Children  82 
36  10  Passing of Hill Church Recalls Early History. John T. Roberts  82 
36  10  Wayside Notes  84 
36  10  Grave of Colonel Jackson  84 
36  10  Mrs. Goodrich Discoverer of New Plants  85 
36  10  Conference of U.S. Commissioners  85 
36  10  The Arrow Maker's Art  85 
36 10  Indians in Canada Spurn Vote Offer  85 
36 10  Arrowheads Mounted by Dean Betts and Vases Owned by Dr. Stiles Are Loaned - Paintings by James B.S. Dey, Also On View  86 
36  10  Visiting Historic Spot Here  86 
36  10  Document Stolen, Proves Indians' Right to Hunt Without License  86 
36  10  Old Tombstone Marks Resting Place of Judge Seth Sherwood  87 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp Secures Relic for Association  87 
36  10  Exponent of Viola d' Amore Described How He Came to Espouse the Instrument  88 
36  10  The Seneca Turnpike  88 
36 10  Scotch Clan at Thornden  88 
36 10  French Day Pageant Draws Large Crowd  90 
36  10  Harvest Dance of Indians Ends Early This Morning  90 
36  10  Constitution Day Recalls Presentation Syracuse High School Congress  91 
36  10  Professor Wickes of Central High School Recalls Exercises Staged in Celebration of 100th Anniversary of Federal Convention of 1787  91 
36  10  Indian Exhibit  93 
36  10  Christ Church, Jordan  93 
36  10  New Rector Instituted at Parish of Cavalry  94 
36 10  Old Indians at Aztalan Cannibalistic  94 
36 10  Publishing House at Clay in 1851, Old Book Proves  94 
36  10  Centennial Tablet  94 
36  10  Presided Over Courts  96 
36  10  Indians to Get Courses at State Agricultural College  96 
36  10  What I Have Done or Might Do  96 
36  10  In Memory of Fillmore  97 
36  10  The Mohawk Valley  97 
36 10  Historical Records Draw the Curious  97 
36 10  Well-Known Syracuse Men and Their Hobbies  98 
36  10  H.F. Arnold Gave Famous Song Setting  100 
36  10  Prof. and Mrs. H.F. Arnold  100 
36  10  Chapel on Mud Creek  101 
36  10  Local Archeology  101 
36  10  Invite the Prince to the Reservation  101 
36  10  John Edson Sweet. H. Perry Smith  102 
36 10  Forces Unite in Fight for Americanism  104 
36  10  W.N.P. Dailey  104 
36  10  Mrs. Mary Brewerton Hedges, Herkimer's Foremost Lady Resident, Celebrate Her 87th Birthday - A Lady of Many Attainments and Keen, Active Mind  104 
36  10  Good Resolutions  105 
36  10  Santa in Feathers on Christmas Trip to Indian Children  106 
36  10  Mrs. Frances Hall Hostess of New England Colonists  106 
36  10  A Library Exhibit  106 
36 10  Riverside Chapter Installs Officers  106 
36 10  William Frederick Morris  106 
36  10  Baldwinsville Man Claimed by Death  107 
36  10  War Data of State Indians  107 
36  10  Kane Going to Peru  107 
36  10  Former Resident Buried at Vienna  108 
36  10  Old Books  108 
36  10  Twelve Old Books  109 
36 10  Onondaga Braves Will Have Dance of the Trees and Maple Sugar March 20 as in the Days of Old  109 
36 10  5,000 Iroquois Left Here  109 
36  10  Many Notable Indian and White Women Coming to Conference Next Month  110 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp Lectures Before Exchange Club  110 
36  10  Three Songs  110 
36  10  Give Erl Bates Picture  111 
36  10  Onondaga Indians  111 
36  10  Ancient Pyramids  112 
36 10  Beautiful Scenic Routes in Onondaga County Offer Many Delights to Motorist  112 
36 10  Captain Mead's Company in 1812  112 
36  10  Liberty Exhibits  113 
36  10  Mitchell Sabbatis, Full Blooded St. Regis Indian Dying  113 
36  10  Oneida Indians Condolence  113 
36  10  Unearthing Relics in New York City  114 
36  10  Volumes Noted in Preferred List by State Head Already on Shelves  116 
36  10  Three Wonderful Old Men  116 
36 10  New York Archeology  116 
36 10  Celebrating 90th Birthday  117 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp Birthday  117 
36  10  Church to Honor Clergyman at 90  117 
36  10  Retired Episcopalian Rector Urges Audience to Lead Simple Life  117 
36  10  Retrospect  118 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp Dinner Guest on 90th Birthday  118 
36  10  Honor Dr. Beauchamp on Ninetieth Birthday  118 
36 10  Mrs. Pierce  118 
36  10  Erl Bates Now Cloud Pusher  119 
36  10  Chief Jesse Lyon  119 
36  10  Syracusan Called by British Indians to Six Nations Council  119 
36  10  Syracusan Marvels at Work of Pre-Inca Tribes in South America  120 
36  10  Chinese Progenitors of Mexican Race, Carvings Indicate  120 
36  10  Skeletons  120 
36 10  Archeological Facts About Eggs. Virginia Beauchamp  121 
36 10  Address Before Morgan Chapter  121 
36  10  Says Hiawatha Was Indian of New York  121 
36  10  Hiawatha Was Real Character  121 
36  10  William E. Kane Writes of Vast Empire Where Incas Ruled Years Ago  122 
36  10  Six Nations Chief Franklin Employe  123 
36  10  Episcopal Church Has Grown Enormously in 340 Years in America  123 
36  10  Ninetieth Birthday Celebrated by Priest  124 
36 10  Famous Chiefs Discuss Offer of Citizenship  125 
36 10  Six Nations  126 
36  10  Indian Worship Not Unified  127 
36  10  Commonwealth Club Has Summer Program  127 
36  10  Pictures of Many Different Indians  128 
36  10  Indian Welfare Society to Meet  130 
36  10  Treaty of Six Nations with Washington Here for Indians Conference  132 
36  10  New York Indian Welfare Society Organized at Meeting  132 
36 10  Beauchamp Is Chairman of Advisers to Indians  133 
36 10  Local Archeology  133 
36  10  Iroquois Chiefs Visit Oneidas' Sacred Stone  134 
36  10  Oldest Indian on Reservation Dead, Joshua Pierce Dead, Aged 97  135 
36  10  A Letter From Dr. Beauchamp  135 
36  10  Distinguished Personages on Way to Exercises in Hill Gymnasium  136 
36  10  Eight Syracusans Among the 45 Awarded Degrees by Local University  137 
36  10  The Eskimo in New York  138 
36 10  Letter, Written in 1781 and Found in Old Amboy Mill, Discloses Revolutionary War Romance. R.L. Voorhees  138 
36 10  Romantic Genealogy Traced Back to Claes Martenzen Van Rosenvelt  139 
36  10  Article Concerning John Walter  141 
36  10  Indian's Treaty Believed To Be Official Copy  141 
36  10  Chiefs' Gathering  142 
36  10  Indian Maids, Off Reservation for First Time, at Party  142 
36  10  An Old Prayer Book  143 
36  10  Old Times and New  143 
36 10  At 90 Years He Chisels Date 1920 in Stone Beside His 1850  144 
36  10  Exact Model of Old Defender  145 
36  10  Fort Plain Resident is "All Het Up" by Recent Auto Map  146 
36  10  Wandering Botanists  146 
36  10  Lafayette's Visit to Onondaga  147 
36  10  Article Concerning E.A. Everett, Assemblyman  147 
36  10  New York Indian Treaties  148 
36 10  Find Skeleton of Joliet's Time  148 
36 10  Moravia  148 
36  10  Wanted: A Vacation! Offers Received by Rev. Dr. Beauchamp  152 
36  10  Chief Big Kettle of Senecas Will Attend Reception Here  152 
36  10  Wampum Belts Will Be Shown as Proof  153 
36  10  Leaders of Six Nations Confer - Dr. Hill Speaks - State Archeologist Presides - Morgan Chapter  153 
36  10  Iroquois Indian Leaders to Be Here This Week  154 
36  10  General Pratt Talks at Reception for Leaders of Race  155 
36 10  Morgan Chapter's Great Work  156 
36 10  Indian Orators to Speak at Meetings; Historic Ground  157 
36  10  Majority Chooses Old Ways  157 
36  10  Prominent Indians Attending Rochester Conference  158 
36  10  Morgan Chapter Issues new Indian Pamphlet  159 
36  10  Iroquois Chiefs to Discuss Citizenship Question  159 
36  10  Indian Orators  160 
36  10  Iroquois at Tomb of Morgan  160 
36 10  Indians and Others Join in a Memorial  161 
36 10  Association Honors Venerable Members  161 
36  10  Sparkling Waterfalls Lend Beauty to Spots Where Once Grim Glacier Crept by Paul M. Paine  162 
36  10  New Light on Early Indian Life Through Discoveries by Rochester Investigators  164 
36  10  Manlius Maid to Perpetuate Oneida's Dirge  165 
36  10  Ancient Indian Village Found  165 
36  10  Indian Songs  166 
36  10  Old Times and New  166 
36 10  One Herald Reader's Idea  166 
36 10  Chapter Installation  167 
36  10  Dr. Beauchamp, 91, at Meeting of Masonic Vets  167 
36  10  Rev. Dr. William M. Beauchamp is Listed to be Elected Venerable President Two Years Hence  167 
36  10  Indian Treaties and Wampum Belts  167 
36  10  Colen Corregan at Edwards Falls, by Neil M. Corregan of 315 Temple  168 
36  10  Songs That Gave Pep to the Old-Time Presidential Campaign  168 
36  10  Prehistoric Man in Jefferson County (insert on p.169)  169 
36 10  Chiefs Ready for Improved Tribal System  169 
36  10  Episcopalian Churchmen Who Officiated at Ordination of Former U.S. Naval Officer  170 
36  10  Susquehanna Archeological Expedition. Alanson Skinner  171 
36  10  Indian Rights  171 
36  10  Syracuse Church Will Summon Its Members with Old Buddhist Bell  171 
36  10  Born in Kentucky  171 
36  10  The Onondaga Historical Association  172 
36 10  Dr. Beauchamp  172 
36 10  Men of All Saints' Episcopal Church to Honor Writer and Historian Now Entering His Ninety-first Year - Program of Music and Speeches Planned  173 
36  10  Cornell Indian Students in Play  174 
36  10  At Sixty-Two  175 
36  10  The Indian Welfare Society  175 
36  10  Letter to the Editor of the Post-Standard. E.W.N.  176 
36  10  Ephraim Webster's House  176 
36  10  Historical Societies  176 
36 10  Professor Paul D. Evans and the Rev. Dr. W.M. Beauchamp Will Address State Convention  177 
36 10  John B. Nichols Discovers Ancient Indian Cemetery  178 
36  10  Early Names of Skaneateles Lake Points  178 
36  10  Americanization Pageant State Fair  179 
36  10  Iroquois Topics  187 
36  10  Onondaga Indian Trails  187 
36  10  An Old Dutch Church. W.T.C.  187 
36  10  Masonic Relics. L.H. Redfield  188 
36 10  State Museum Exploring Party Unearths Mystery Near Coxsackie  188 
36 10  Indians Signed Treaties Held by Syracusan  188 
36  10  Morgan Chapter Publishes Work on Indian nations  189 
36  10  Some Indian Themes  189 
36  10  4 Nonogenarians Celebrate  190 
36  10  Tells Story of Finding of Flint Factory  190 
36  10  Indian Welfare Society Ends State Conference  191 
36  10  Ancient New York  191 
36 10  Prehistoric Men in Jefferson County  191 
36 10  Last Letter of Washington  192 
36  10  Obituary of Capt. John R. DePuy  193 
36  10  Hops of the Indian. Horton G. Elms  195 
36  10  When Was the Iroquois League Formed?  195 
36  10  Age of League of Iroquois Disputed by Syracuse Archaeologist  195 
36  10  Syracuse Pastor 500 Years Wrong If He Says Iroquois Confederacy Is Not More Than Three Centuries Old, Avers Chief  196 
36  10  The Masonic Portrait of Brother General George Washington  197 
36 10  Jerry Shallish  198 
36  10  Massachusetts - The Zuni Indian  Insert 
36  10  A.A. Leve Obtains Valued Medal Struck to Observe Completion of Erie Canal  199 
36  10  Mere Mention  200 
36  10  Albany  200 
36  10  Zuni (pictures)  Insert 
36 10  Ye Quaint Inscriptions of Ye Burial Hill of Old Plymouth, Mass.  201 
  William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1918-1925   
36  11 Recollection of Aunt Dinah Recalled by Basket Seller 
36  11  A Discovery. Verner R. Wooster 
36  11  Syracusan Owns Instrument made Many Years Ago. Viola Da Gamba 
36  11  Giant Elm Tree at Geneva 
36  11  Mary and Her Little Lamb Were Real; Original Mary and Her Home Are Found 
36  11 Washington 
36  11  Archaeological Men Honor Dr. Beauchamp 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp at 92 
36  11  State Indians' Claims Upheld 
36  11  Signatures of Mayors of Syracuse 
36  11  Indians Claim to City Absurd, Experts State 
36  11  Rev. Dr. Beauchamp 92 in Years, But 21 in Health and Spirit 
36  11  Traces Indian Migration in This Vicinity 
36  11  No Carthusian Ever Served on U.S. Missions  10 
36  11  Archeologists Deny Claim of Mohawk Chief  10 
36  11  Archeological  11 
36  11 Text of Pickering Agreement. Timothy Pickering  12 
36  11  Museum Collections  13 
36  11  Veteran of 1776, Who Died 60 Years Ago  13 
36  11  A Famous Physician Nearly 99 Years Old Tells How to Live to a Good Old Age  14 
36  11  Sir Conan Doyle & Fairies  18 
36  11  First White Man Born in Syracuse  21 
36  11  Death Closes Long Career of Dr. Smith  21 
36  11  Dr. Stephen Smith  22 
36  11  Five 50-Years' Members of Local F&AM Honored  24 
36  11  General S. Von Schultz  25 
36  11  Edifice, Built 112 Years Ago, Now in Ruins  25 
36  11 Church Blaze Brings Sorrow  25 
36  11  Rare Relic of New England Type of Architecture Loss to Onondaga  26 
36  11  Gold Coins Minted by Croesus Found in Ruins of Sardis  26 
36  11  Finding Onondaga History Along the Seine. Frank Chase  27 
36  11  The Onondaga Historical Association  28 
36  11  Brief Illness Is Fatal to Well Known Indian  28 
36  11  Letters From Readers  28 
36  11  Curtis Bros. Collection  28 
36  11  Grover Cleveland's Old Home at Fayetteville  29 
36  11  Fort Brewerton  30 
36  11  At Work  31 
36  11 The Historical Society  31 
36  11  Manhattan's Indian Trails  32 
36  11  Lone Wolf the Indian Painter at Work  36 
36  11  Indian Art Shown in 1,800,000 Relics  37 
36  11  Article by A.A. Leve  37 
36  11  Iroquois and Conan Doyle  38 
36  11  Africa's Part in America. Austin Hay  38 
36  11  Search in Ontario River for Chest of Gold Dropped by Jesuit Missionaries  40 
36  11  New York's Indian Museum Opened with 2,000,000 Exhibits  40 
36  11  Recent Delvings and Discoveries at Historic Crown Point. Mary W. Woodbridge  42 
36  11  Onondaga County Records and Mementoes of Nation's Great Among Varied Collection of Society. George G. Fryer  47 
36  11 Dr. Beauchamp, at 92, Masonic Head  48 
36  11  Fifteenth Century Books Exhibited by Franklyn H. Chase Attract Attention  48 
36  11  The Rev. Anson J. Brockway Rests at Homestead After Busy Life  49 
36  11  Hold Home Funeral for Miss Beauchamp  50 
36  11  Well Known Churchwoman  51 
36  11  Two Grand Old Men  51 
36  11  Miss Beauchamp, Retired Teacher, Dies in Syracuse  52 
36  11  Teacher, Social Worker, Dies After Short Illness  52 
36  11  In Memoriam  53 
36  11  Mrs. Pratt, 82, Bible Student, Teacher, Dead  53 
36  11  Church to Hold Memorial Service  54 
36  11 Mrs. Goodrich, Noted Teacher, Botanist, Dead  54 
36  11  Mrs. L. Leonora Goodrich  54 
36  11  Miss Elizabeth Campbell  55 
36  11  Mrs. L. Leonora Goodrich is Buried in Oakwood  56 
36  11  Mrs. Goodrich To Be Honored on Pioneer Day  56 
36  11  Skaneateles Lake  56 
36  11  Historical Work  57 
36  11  Syracuse, N.Y., Claims Oldest of Officers  57 
36  11  Use Century-Old Trowel at Laying of Corner Stone  57 
36  11  The Rev. Dr. William M. Beauchamp  58 
36  11  Dinner Guest  58 
36  11 All Saints Church Clubs Plan Reception for Rev. W.M. Beauchamp  58 
36  11  Grand Old Man of Onondaga County  58 
36  11  Will Be Ninety-Three Palm Sunday  60 
36  11  Men's Club to Banquet Dr. Beauchamp  60 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp, 93, Evolution Exponent  60 
36  11  Society Makes Pilgrimage to Historic Fort  61 
36  11  Building of Colonial Fort Brewerton Recalled  61 
36  11  Onondaga Pioneers Day Sees Many Descendants Gathered on Island for Commemoration. Thomas G. Alvord  61 
36  11  New York State Historical Association  62 
36  11  Syracuse Missed Being Cossit Corners Always Only by Winning Canal. Thomas G. Alvord  63 
36  11  Bought for Fifty Dollars  63 
36  11 Lafayette Day Sidelights  65 
36  11  Of Christian Family  66 
36  11  Pioneers' Day  67 
36  11  Rev. William M. Beauchamp  67 
36  11  Rolling Thunder's Papoose to be Christened U-Ha-Hi-O, Which Means Straight Path  68 
36  11  The Onondaga Indian Reservation  69 
36  11  The Grand Old Man of Syracuse  69 
36  11  Not a Chief - 1923  69 
36  11  The Rev. W.M. Beauchamp, Who Poses for the Herald Movie Man Has Passed Long Life Among Indians  70 
36  11  Six Nations Again Light Control Fire at Ft. Orange; Many Plead Their Cause  71 
36  11  Dr. Hadley Announces List for Special Services at St. Paul's Church  73 
36  11 Courthouse Grounds at North Salina  73 
36  11  Residence of Ceylon H. Lewis, Skaneateles  73 
36  11  Half Century of Adventure Seen by Watch  73 
36  11  Sixty Years A Clergyman: The Rev. Dr. William M. Beauchamp  75 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp  75 
36  11  Photograph of Dr. Wm. M. Beauchamp and Sherman Williams  Insert 
36  11  Rev. Dr. W.M. Beauchamp, aged 94, March, 1924  76 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp, 94, Says Common Sense Only Rule Applying to Long Life  77 
36  11  Activity is Secret of Long Life  78 
36  11  94-Year-Old Cleric Lenten Speaker  78 
36  11  Dr. W.M. Beauchamp, Hearty and Hale, 94 Tomorrow, Says "Why Should We Ever Die?"  79 
36  11 61 Years in Ministry  80 
36  11  Men's Club to Give Dinner for Dr. W.M. Beauchamp  80 
36  11  In a Log Cabin  81 
36  11  An Attractive Snapshot of Jamesville Reservoir  82 
36  11  Dance of Indian Girls Pioneer Day Feature  83 
36  11  From Daguerreotype to Movie  84 
36  11  New York Indians. A.C. Hill  84 
36  11  New York Indian Land Claims  85 
36  11  Revolutionary Soldiers and Independence Day  85 
36  11  Frederick Pursh's Botanical Journal in Onondaga County in 1807  85 
36  11  The Cucumber Tree  86 
36  11 The Great Mosquito  86 
36  11  The Onondaga Reservation  86 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp Will Observe 94th Birthday  87 
36  11  Will Give Lenten Talk to Observe 94th Birthday  87 
36  11  Evil Serpent Where Pumpkins, Corn and Tobacco First Grew  88 
36  11  Onondaga Pine a Mainmast for Whaler in South Seas  88 
36  11  Indian Chiefs Fight New Head of Six Nations  88 
36  11  Principals in Row Over Six Nations Leadership  89 
36  11  Writer of a Hundred Songs. Lillie Belle Dimond  89 
36  11  Tablet Unveiled at Grave of County's Noted Settler  90 
36  11  Old Burial Ground Plotted Like Pews of Ancient Church  90 
36  11 Revolutionary Troops Brewerton Fish Weirs Ruled by Indian Chiefs  90 
36  11  Indian Summer at the Reservation  91 
36  11  Across the Country  92 
36  11  Stone Giants, Tobacco, and Ferns  92 
36  11  A Splendid View of Otisco Lake, Snapped Near Heath's Grove, Looking West  93 
36  11  Recalling "Old" Times (photograph)  94 
36  11  Photograph of Rev. Beauchamp  95 
36  11  La Fayette Greeted Here by a Former Follower  95 
36  11  To the Editor of the Post Standard  95 
36  11  Syracuse Clerics Meet (photograph)  96 
36  11  "Newkirk's Grave"  96 
36  11 The Ways of the First White Man  97 
36  11  The Ministerial Staff at St. Paul's Episcopal Church  98 
36  11  Onondaga's Green Lakes. P.F. Schneider  99 
36  11  To Install Officers at Baldwinsville  101 
36  11  Riverside Chapter Installs Officers  101 
36  11  Privation and Narrow Escapes in Onondaga Wilds  101 
36  11  The Recessional (photograph)  102 
36  11  Notice for Removal of Ferns Promised  102 
36  11  English Church News Written in Verse  103 
36  11  Local Ferns  104 
36  11  Objects Dating Back to 2,500 B.C. Found in Ruins of Babylonian City  104 
36  11 Philippines Give Up Relics of Crusades Aeons Ago. Walter Robb  104 
36  11  Praises His Blond Indians  105 
36  11  Indians Sure Spring Is Near As Pussy Willows Appear  105 
36  11  Ready to Go to Some Museum  105 
36  11  Mother Shipton's Prophecies. John G. MacDougall  105 
36  11  The Battle in the Blacksmith Shop. H.M.C.  106 
36  11  Mrs. Harriet Smith Mills is Host to Many Friends on Ninety-Ninth Birthday  106 
36  11  Indians To Present Recital in Community House Friday  107 
36  11  To the Editor of the Post-Standard. Lillie Belle Dimond  107 
36  11  Take the Time  107 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp Reaches 95th Milestone March 25; Going On and Feeling Fine  108 
36  11 Expensive Piece of Work  108 
36  11  Tidal Waves in Nearby Lakes  108 
36  11  Evolutionist at 95, Dr. Beauchamp Holds Himself Fundamentalist  109 
36  11  Twin Villages of the Onondagas; Great Grooved Stones for Sharpening Arrows; A Paragon of Pupe Makers; Burning of Indian Forts; Pottery in Facial Design; Identification of Arrow Maker Wrought Into His Handiwork, in Personal Touch  110 
36  11  The Trail of an Interpreter with the Iroquois  110 
36  11  Easter Sunday in the South. J.E. Plamer  110 
36  11  "Would Not" or "Could Not" Sing  111 
36  11  Old Cemeteries in Syracuse  111 
36  11  The Finding of the Salt: Early Forts and Fights: The Furnace and the Arsenal  112 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp Would Live as Long as He Can Be Useful  113 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp, at 95, Extols "Service"  113 
36  11 Dr. Beauchamp, 95, Guest of Honor Tonight  113 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp at 95 Tells of All He Has to Do Before He Achieves Century Mark  114 
36  11  The Constitution of the Five Nations  114 
36  11  The Changing Years, 1830-1925  114 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp  114 
36  11  Limericks  115 
36  11  Two Nonagenarians of Skaneateles  115 
36  11  Killed - Ephraim Webster  115 
36  11  Indian Magna Carta Writ in Wampum Belts. Howard McLellan  116 
36  11  Chiefs of Long Ago Who Swayed Councils of the Onondagas  118 
36  11  Ca-Noh-Wa-Gus, Genesee Co., N.Y., 1735, Died August 10, 1815  118 
36  11 Battle Operations "Ware Compleat" F.D.  119 
36  11  Onondaga in 1779 - The "Battle" of Syracuse  119 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp Was Evolutionist Before Darwin  119 
36  11  Indian Runner in War Time Makes Buffalo to Canandaigua in One Day, Back the Next; Tales of the Chiefs  121 
36  11  Coral Reef 860 Feet Above Sea Level  121 
36  11  John T. Roberts Dead; Attorney and Naturalist  121 
36  11  Dates and Documents of an Earlier Day  122 
36  11  Service Held in Trinity Building at Constantia to Prevent Its Reversion to Scriba Estate and Fund Raised for Its Repair  122 
36  11  The Skaneateles Roosevelts  123 
36  11  Some Notes on Judge Humphreys  123 
36  11  Indian Peace Treaty in 1825 Re-enacted in Iowa Pageant  124 
36  11 Here Is Your Answer, Mr. Skinner. F.D.  125 
36  11  The Reception of General Lafayette at Onondaga Valley (photo)  125 
36  11  Two Early Forts Close at Hand; Arsenal Put in the Wrong Place; a Few Things Convention Missed  127 
36  11  Group Participating in State Historical Association Program at Reservation  128 
36  11  Classical Names in Central New York  129 
36  11  When the Rossevelts Bought and Sold a Large Part of Oswego County at Only a Few Shillings An Acre and Introduced the First Piano into Central Square. Inez Gertrude Moon  130 
36  11  What Syracuse Can Offer, from Earlier Times, When State Historical Association Meets Here  130 
36  11  Venerable Ecclesiastics Undaunted by Burden of Years  131 
36  11  Samuel Ludlow Frey  132 
36  11  Look at Dictionary Every Two Minutes While Tending Carding Machine Was Training, Near Skaneateles Lake, of Lad Who Was to Become President of United States  132 
36  11  Fillmore and Cleveland. G.W.  133 
36  11 When Cleveland and the Bangs Boys, Collectors of Scrap Iron, Negotiated Manufacture of a Cannon on Credit  133 
36  11  A Cayuga County Teacher. R.B.T.  133 
36  11  Neglecting Its Presidents. F.C.  133 
36  11  What Fillmore Did. William Elliot Griffis  134 
36  11  An Early Earthquake, When the Forests Were Drunk, Whales Howled, Mountains Became Abysses and the St. Lawrence Shifted Its Channel  142 
36  11  Tells Story of Onondaga Trail  142 
36  11  The Earthquake and the Rocks  143 
36  11  Missionary Arrived at Onondaga in 1642  143 
36  11  French Settlers Left Little Historic Record  143 
36  11  When LaFayette Came to Syracuse  144 
36  11  Popular Verses Recalled  144 
36  11 Yorktown Arthur and Garfield  144 
36  11  A Recollection of President Arthur. Myron H. Bent  144 
36  11  A Stormy Trip on the Canal. E.C.  145 
36  11  Old Ironsides (photo)  145 
36  11  Lenten Missions Plainly Pictured by Dr. Beauchamp 146 
36  11  Dr. Beauchamp Honor [sic] Guest at Dinner on 94th Birthday 146 
  William M. Beauchamp Scrapbook, 1914-1925   
37 12 Looking Back Into Indian New York
37 12  Indians Are Located 
37  12  Indian Group Is True to History 
37  12  Life and Customs of New York Indians Vividly Depicted at State Museum 
37  12  State Museum is Rich in Handiwork of Aborigines 
37  12  This State is Enriched by Work of Archeologist 
37  12  Indian Society Ends Conference 
37  12 Modern Ideas of Iroquois Empire 
37  12  A.C. Parker Talks on Earth and Man's Coming 
37  12 Arrow Maker's Outfit Fund 
37  12  Iroquois Great Tribe, Says Parker 
37 12  Does Not Like Owen or Manahan 
37  12  Archeologist to Give a Lecture 
37 12  To Urge Closer Study of Indian 
37  12  Archeologists to Have a Big Meeting Here 
37  12  Observe the Anniversary of L.H. Morgan 
37  12  Honor Memory of Rochester's Greatest Scientist 
37  12  Cayuga Society Bestows Medal 
37 12 Iroquois Camp Site Is Found in Scottsville 
37 12  State Archeologists to Meet in Scottsville 
37  12  Is Here to See Collection of Indian Relics 
37  12  A.C. Parker Gives Lecture 
37  12  State Archaeologist Here to Get Data for Forthcoming Treatise 
37  12  Article in Home Mission Monthly 
37  12  War Machine of Iroquois Indians Very Efficient 
37  12 "Adoptions" All an Indian Joke 
37  12  Historical Society Takes on New Life 
37  12 Honor Memory of Rochester's Greatest Scientist 
37  12  Rochester in Heart of Old Indian Section 
37 12  Here to Photograph Lot of Indian Relics 
37  12  Invitation to a Lecture by A.C. Parker 
37 12  American Indian Day to Be Observed May 13 
37  12  Region Rich in Indian Traces 
37  12  Should Record Facts When You Collect Relics 
37  12  Senecas Lived Beside Genesee  10 
37  12  Archeologist [sic] Dine  10 
37 12  Found Water in Indian Case Burial 200 Yrs.  10 
37  12  Archaeologists Reviewed Year of Active Effort  10 
37  12  Garden of Eden Was in America  10 
37  12  Archaeologists and Educators of Note Mingle at Dedication of New Lewis H. Morgan School No. 37  11 
37  12  Sealed Metal Box Found near City at Indian Burial Site May Have Been Left There in 1687  11 
37  12  Hand-Worked Certificates for Archeologists  11 
37  12 Garden of Eden Located in Peru by Archeologist  11 
37  12  State Ethnologist Routs the Theory that Red Man Is "Tanned Mongolian"  11 
37  12 Archeologists Hear of Indian Burial Customs  12 
37  12  Will Address Morgan Chapter on Tuesday  12 
37 12  Indian Battle near Rochester  12 
37  12  Dedication of Morgan School, One-Story Type  12 
37 12  Historical Society Gets Priceless Wampum Belt  13 
37  12  Indians Object to Term 'Alien'  13 
37  12  Where de Nonville Landed; Route of Expedition against the Indians  14 
37  12  Reservation is Rich in Red-Man Lore and Relics  15 
37  12  Parker Secretary to Grant  15 
37 12 Indian Sign on G.K. Staples, Turtle Clan to Adopt Him; Geo. L. Tucker to Be a Bear  15 
37 12  Archeologists to Try New Plan for Seats at Lecture  16 
37  12  Went Far for Their Battles  16 
37  12  Holy Water, Given Indians 300 Years Ago, Is Found  16 
37  12  Archaeologists Quit Vandalism  16 
37  12  Archeological Society  16 
37  12  Archeological State Society Being Formed  16 
37  12 Story is Told of Prehistoric Indian Village  17 
37  12  Archeologist Talks on the Uses of Wampum  18 
37  12 Uses of Wampum  18 
37  12  Dedication of Morgan School, One-Story Type  18 
37 12  Archeologists Plan Winter's Study of Lore  18 
37  12  Invitation to Lecture by A.C. Parker  18 
37 12  Utopia is Now Planned by Iroquois  19 
37  12  Listing State Minerals for War Purposes  19 
37  12  Began With Centennial  19 
37  12  Archaeologists Review Year of Active Effort  19 
37  12  Men and Events Leading Up to the Pickering Treaty  20 
37 12  Dedication of Boulder  20 
37  12  Our Artificial Life is Cause of Present Woes  21 
37  12  American Indian Ready to Fight  21 
37  12  Great Chance for the Indian  22 
37  12  To Speak Before Morgan Chapter  22 
37  12  Treaties with Indians Wrong  22 
37  12 To Hold Council with the Indians  22 
37  12  Will Exhibit Memorial Here  22 
37  12 Geo. K. Staples and G.L. Tucker Heap Big Injuns  23 
37  12  Indians Object to Term 'Alien'  24 
37 12  New York State's Draft Machinery in Perfect Order  24 
37  12  Archeologists to Hear Two Experts  24 
37 12  State Indian Expert Lauds Redman's Part in Downing Germany  25 
37  12  Welfare of the Indian is Discussed  26 
37  12  Founder of Carlisle School Says Harding Has Promised to Help in Freeing of Red Man  26 
37  12  Fears Indians Will Lose Their Race Identity  27 
37  12  To Discuss Indian Lore  27 
37 12 Bog 'Pow-Wow' is Expected to Help Red Man  28 
37 12  Babcock Resigns Boy Scouts Post  28 
37  12  Old Ogden Land Claim Means Indians' Fate  28 
37  12  Iroquois Chiefs Visited Oneida  28 
37  12  Early Indian History of the Genesee Valley  29 
37  12  Proposes Ways for Red Man to Become Citizen  30 
37  12  Praises Indians in the World War  30 
37  12 Proposes Ways for Red Man to Become Citizen  30 
37  12  Indians to Confer with State Heads  30 
37  12 Indian Relics are Unearthed  31 
37  12  Indian Conference in Rochester  31 
37 12  Indian Problem Conference Topic  31 
37  12  Legal Action Against the State Recommended by Archeologist  31 
37 12  Senecas' Fight for Land  31 
37  12  Wampum Belts Will Be Shown as Proof  31 
37  12  Chief Big Kettle of Senecas Will Attend Reception Here  32 
37  12  Strong Opposition in Ranks of Indians to Citizenship If It Is to Be Forced on Them  32 
37  12  Young Indians Would Quit Old Traditions  32 
37 12  Dispute Claim that Famous Indian Orator was Born at Spot Where Monument Rises  32 
37  12  Indian Schools are Inadequate  32 
37  12  Expect Indian Chiefs to Show Old Traditions  33 
37  12  Indian Hearing to Take Place Next Tuesday  33 
37  12  Iroquois and State Chiefs Hold Councils  33 
37  12  Archeologist to Give a Lecture  33 
37  12 Men Who Are Making Albany  34 
37  12  Chiefs of Six Nations to Reject Citizenship  35 
37  12 Picture on a Bone Clue to Early Man  35 
37  12  Famous Chiefs Discuss Offer of Citizenship  36 
37 12  Iroquois Chiefs' Gathering Here Will Be Notable  36 
37  12  Indian Welfare Society to Meet  36 
37 12  "The Five Nations of the Iroquois"  37 
37  12  New York Indians  37 
37  12  Central Valley is Now Famous  37 
37  12  Discover Ancient Indian Cemetery  37 
37  12  Says Copy of Treaty Is an Original One  38 
37 12 Native Red Men Will Be Speakers at 3-Day Council  38 
37 12  A.C. Parker Archaeologist to Speak Here  38 
37  12  Seneca Indian to Lecture on Early Red Men  38 
37  12  Iroquois Pow-Wow Brings Red Men of Note to Town  39 
37  12  Indian Confederacy Is Lecture Subject  39 
37  12  Rich Find of Indian Traces  39 
37  12  Indian Mounds Near Buffalo  40 
37  12 Indians and Archaeologists Rub Elbows at Six Nations' Conference  40 
37  12  Tribesmen of Six Nations Pay Tribute to Morgan at Mt. Hope Cemetery Grave  40 
37  12 Six Nations of Iroquois in Favor of Citizenship  41 
37  12  Nation Will Aid Indians, Burke Says  41 
37 12  Iroquois Council Here for the First Time on November 11th  42 
37  12  Wonders of Peculiar Rock Formation  42 
37 12  Explanation of Unrest of Six Nations  42 
37  12  Indians Seeing Sights of Albany Under Arthur C. Parker's Guidance  43 
37  12  Indian Conference Was Continued at Capitol To-Day  43 
37  12  Whites Continue 'Skinning' Indians, Asserts Dr. Bates  43 
37  12  University Honors Prominent Men with Degrees  44 
37 12  Rochester Archeologists' Final Lecture Wednesday  44 
37  12  Plans to Erect Statue Here of General Parker  44 
37  12  The First New Yorkers  45 
37  12  Indian Race Not Dying Out, State Archaeologist Says  45 
37  12  Proposed State Memorial to Roosevelt  46 
37  12  Archaeology of New York  46 
37  12 Coxsackie Flint Quarry Reveals New Indian History  47 
37  12  Rich Find of Indian Traces  48 
37  12 Will Tell of 10,000-Year-Old Flint Factory  48 
37  12  Tells Details of Finding Old Mine  48 
37 12  Reveals Source of Flint Supply  48 
37  12  On Flint Factory 10,000 Years Old  48 
37 12  Indian Flint Mines in Coxsackie to Be Made a State Monument  49 
37  12  Algonkian Abode to Be Purchased by Archeologists  49 
37  12  To Seek Indian Relics in Coxsackie Quarries  49 
37  12  Flint Industry Gave First Boom to Albany Area  50 
37  12  On Flint Factory 10,000 Years Old  50 
37 12 An Ancient Monument at Home  50 
37 12  The First New Yorkers  51 
37  12  Mimeographed copy of a page from the Standard Union  51 
37  12  Now My Idea Is This!  52 
37  12  Parker Tells How Indians Cured Ills  52 
37  12  Liberty Lodge Stages Banquet  52 
37  12  State Archeologist Says Our Duty is to Get from Lost Civilization Plans for an Era of Best Freedom  53 
37  12 Urges State to Buy Cave-Man Quarry  53 
37  12  Archaeologist to Speak  53 
37  12 Where Lie the Graves of Old Indian Chiefs?  53 
37  12  Proposal to Buy Algonkian's Tomb Meets With Favor  54 
37 12  Rochester Man Re-elected State Archaeologists' Head; Relics' Site May be Bought  54 
37  12  Masonic Slogan Will Aid World Dr. Parker Says  54 
37 12  Masons Told of Personal Duty  54 
37  12  Says Egypt Has No Monopoly on Buried Wonders  54 
37  12  Faking 'Tuts' Relics May Mean Jail for N.Y. State Offenders  55 
37  12  Bill Would Punish Fake Relic Makers  55 
37  12  Forging Antiques to Bring Jail If Dick Bill Passes  55 
37  12 Bill Guards Against Flow of Fake Goods  55 
37  12  An Aboriginal Experiment  56 
37 12  Fear Flood of Bogus Tut-Ankh-Amen Relics; Legislature Likely to Penalize Makers  56 
37  12  Fortunes Made in Fake Relics, Director Says  56 
37 12  The Capitol Observer  57 
37  12  Even the Whoop  57 
37  12  The Past and Present  57 
37  12  Pipe Links Indian Pioneers to Capitol Hill Lawmakers  58 
37  12  Gahwahsowahneh, Seneca Indian, Offers Iroquois Plan to Restore World Peace 58 
Last Updated: April 26, 2013