Sword and Pen Ventures and Adventures of Willard Glazier
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Sword and Pen Ventures and Adventures of Willard Glazier

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  • Sword and Pen; OR, Ventures and Adventures OF WILLARD GLAZIER, (The Soldier-Author,) IN WAR AND LITERATURE:
    • COMPRISING INCIDENTS AND REMINISCENCES OF HIS CHILDHOOD; HIS CHEQUERED LIFE AS A STUDENT AND TEACHER; AND HIS REMARKABLE CAREER AS A SOLDIER AND AUTHOR; EMBRACING ALSO THE STORY OF HIS UNPRECEDENTED JOURNEY FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN ON HORSEBACK; AND AN ACCOUNT OF HIS DISCOVERY OF THE TRUE SOURCE OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER, AND CANOE VOYAGE THENCE TO THE GULF OF MEXICO.
      • Illustrated.
      • PHILADELPHIA: P. W. ZIEGLER &. COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, 720 CHESTNUT STREET. 1890.
      • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880, by JOHN ALGERNON OWENS, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.
    • Illustrated.
    • PHILADELPHIA: P. W. ZIEGLER &. COMPANY, PUBLISHERS, 720 CHESTNUT STREET. 1890.
    • Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1880, by JOHN ALGERNON OWENS, In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D.C.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
      • CHAPTER I. ORIGIN OF THE GLAZIER FAMILY.
      • CHAPTER II. BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD OF WILLARD GLAZIER.
      • CHAPTER III. EARLY LIFE AND HABITS.
      • CHAPTER IV. WILLARD GLAZIER AT SCHOOL.
      • CHAPTER V. ECCENTRICITIES OF HENRY GLAZIER.
      • CHAPTER VI. VISIONS OF THE FUTURE.
      • CHAPTER VII. WILLARD GLAZIER AT HOME.
      • CHAPTER VIII. ADVENTURES — EQUINE AND BOVINE.
      • CHAPTER IX. THE YOUNG TRAPPER OF THE OSWEGATCHIE.
      • CHAPTER X. THE SOLDIER SCHOOL-MASTER.
      • CHAPTER XI. INTRODUCTION TO MILITARY LIFE.
      • CHAPTER XII. FIRST BATTLE OF BRANDY STATION.
      • CHAPTER XIII. MANASSAS AND FREDERICKSBURG.
      • CHAPTER XIV. UNWRITTEN HISTORY.
      • CHAPTER XV. THE CAPTURE.
      • CHAPTER XVI. LIBBY PRISON.
      • CHAPTER XVII. PRISON LIFE.
      • CHAPTER XVIII. DANVILLE. — MACON. — SAVANNAH.
      • CHAPTER XIX. UNDER FIRE AT CHARLESTON.
      • CHAPTER XX. THE ESCAPE FROM COLUMBIA.
      • CHAPTER XXI. LOYALTY OF THE NEGROES.
      • CHAPTER XXII. PROGRESS OF THE FUGITIVES.
      • CHAPTER XXIII. THE PERILS OF AN ESCAPE.
      • CHAPTER XXIV. RECAPTURED BY A CONFEDERATE OUTPOST.
      • CHAPTER XXV. FINAL ESCAPE FROM CAPTIVITY.
      • CHAPTER XXVI GLAZIER RE-ENTERS THE SERVICE.
      • CHAPTER XXVII. CAREER AS AN AUTHOR.
      • CHAPTER XXVIII. "THREE YEARS IN THE FEDERAL CAVALRY."
      • CHAPTER XXIX. "BATTLES FOR THE UNION."
      • CHAPTER XXX. "HEROES OF THREE WARS."
      • CHAPTER XXXI. OCEAN TO OCEAN ON HORSEBACK.
      • CHAPTER XXXII. BOSTON TO CHICAGO.
      • CHAPTER XXXIII. CHICAGO TO OMAHA.
      • CHAPTER XXXIV. CAPTAIN GLAZIER CAPTURED BY INDIANS.
      • CHAPTER XXXV. RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA.
      • CHAPTER XXXVI. THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
      • CHAPTER XXXVII HOME OF THE CHIPPEWAS.
      • CHAPTER XXXVIII EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY.
      • CHAPTER XXXIX. DISCOVERY OF THE SOURCE OF THE MISSISSIPPI.
      • CHAPTER XL. DOWN THE GREAT RIVER.
      • CHAPTER XLI. RECEPTION BY THE NEW ORLEANS ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.
      • CHAPTER XLII. BEFORE THE MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
      • CHAPTER XLIII. GREETINGS OF THE VOYAGE.
      • "SWORD AND PEN" COMMENDATIONS.
      • APPENDIX BY THE PUBLISHERS
    • CHAPTER I. ORIGIN OF THE GLAZIER FAMILY.
    • CHAPTER II. BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD OF WILLARD GLAZIER.
    • CHAPTER III. EARLY LIFE AND HABITS.
    • CHAPTER IV. WILLARD GLAZIER AT SCHOOL.
    • CHAPTER V. ECCENTRICITIES OF HENRY GLAZIER.
    • CHAPTER VI. VISIONS OF THE FUTURE.
    • CHAPTER VII. WILLARD GLAZIER AT HOME.
    • CHAPTER VIII. ADVENTURES — EQUINE AND BOVINE.
    • CHAPTER IX. THE YOUNG TRAPPER OF THE OSWEGATCHIE.
    • CHAPTER X. THE SOLDIER SCHOOL-MASTER.
    • CHAPTER XI. INTRODUCTION TO MILITARY LIFE.
    • CHAPTER XII. FIRST BATTLE OF BRANDY STATION.
    • CHAPTER XIII. MANASSAS AND FREDERICKSBURG.
    • CHAPTER XIV. UNWRITTEN HISTORY.
    • CHAPTER XV. THE CAPTURE.
    • CHAPTER XVI. LIBBY PRISON.
    • CHAPTER XVII. PRISON LIFE.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. DANVILLE. — MACON. — SAVANNAH.
    • CHAPTER XIX. UNDER FIRE AT CHARLESTON.
    • CHAPTER XX. THE ESCAPE FROM COLUMBIA.
    • CHAPTER XXI. LOYALTY OF THE NEGROES.
    • CHAPTER XXII. PROGRESS OF THE FUGITIVES.
    • CHAPTER XXIII. THE PERILS OF AN ESCAPE.
    • CHAPTER XXIV. RECAPTURED BY A CONFEDERATE OUTPOST.
    • CHAPTER XXV. FINAL ESCAPE FROM CAPTIVITY.
    • CHAPTER XXVI GLAZIER RE-ENTERS THE SERVICE.
    • CHAPTER XXVII. CAREER AS AN AUTHOR.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII. "THREE YEARS IN THE FEDERAL CAVALRY."
    • CHAPTER XXIX. "BATTLES FOR THE UNION."
    • CHAPTER XXX. "HEROES OF THREE WARS."
    • CHAPTER XXXI. OCEAN TO OCEAN ON HORSEBACK.
    • CHAPTER XXXII. BOSTON TO CHICAGO.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII. CHICAGO TO OMAHA.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV. CAPTAIN GLAZIER CAPTURED BY INDIANS.
    • CHAPTER XXXV. RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA.
    • CHAPTER XXXVI. THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
    • CHAPTER XXXVII HOME OF THE CHIPPEWAS.
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX. DISCOVERY OF THE SOURCE OF THE MISSISSIPPI.
    • CHAPTER XL. DOWN THE GREAT RIVER.
    • CHAPTER XLI. RECEPTION BY THE NEW ORLEANS ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.
    • CHAPTER XLII. BEFORE THE MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
    • CHAPTER XLIII. GREETINGS OF THE VOYAGE.
    • "SWORD AND PEN" COMMENDATIONS.
    • APPENDIX BY THE PUBLISHERS
    • ILLUSTRATIONS.
  • SWORD AND PEN.
    • CHAPTER I. ORIGIN OF THE GLAZIER FAMILY.
    • CHAPTER II. BIRTH AND CHILDHOOD OF WILLARD GLAZIER.
    • CHAPTER III. EARLY LIFE AND HABITS.
    • CHAPTER IV. WILLARD GLAZIER AT SCHOOL.
    • CHAPTER V. ECCENTRICITIES OF HENRY GLAZIER.
    • CHAPTER VI. VISIONS OF THE FUTURE.
    • CHAPTER VII. WILLARD GLAZIER AT HOME.
    • CHAPTER VIII. ADVENTURES—EQUINE AND BOVINE.
    • CHAPTER IX. THE YOUNG TRAPPER OF THE OSWEGATCHIE.
    • CHAPTER X. THE SOLDIER SCHOOL-MASTER.
    • CHAPTER XI. INTRODUCTION TO MILITARY LIFE.
    • CHAPTER XII. FIRST BATTLE OF BRANDY STATION.
    • CHAPTER XIII. MANASSAS AND FREDERICKSBURG.
    • CHAPTER XIV. UNWRITTEN HISTORY.
    • CHAPTER XV. FROM BATTLE-FIELD TO PRISON.
    • CHAPTER XVI. LIBBY PRISON.
    • CHAPTER XVII. PRISON LIFE.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. DANVILLE.—MACON.—SAVANNAH.
    • CHAPTER XIX. UNDER FIRE AT CHARLESTON.
    • CHAPTER XX. THE ESCAPE FROM COLUMBIA.
    • CHAPTER XXI. LOYALTY OF THE NEGROES.
    • CHAPTER XXII. PROGRESS OF THE FUGITIVES.
    • CHAPTER XXIII. THE PERILS OF AN ESCAPE.
    • CHAPTER XXIV. RECAPTURED BY A CONFEDERATE OUTPOST.
    • CHAPTER XXV. FINAL ESCAPE FROM CAPTIVITY.
    • CHAPTER XXVI. GLAZIER RE-ENTERS THE SERVICE.
    • CHAPTER XXVII. CAREER AS AN AUTHOR.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII. "THREE YEARS IN THE FEDERAL CAVALRY."
    • CHAPTER XXIX. "BATTLES FOR THE UNION."
    • CHAPTER XXX. "HEROES OF THREE WARS."
    • CHAPTER XXXI. OCEAN TO OCEAN ON HORSEBACK.
      • INTRODUCTORY.
      • JOHN STARK.
      • PERORATION.
    • INTRODUCTORY.
    • JOHN STARK.
    • PERORATION.
    • CHAPTER XXXII. FROM BOSTON TO CHICAGO.
    • CHAPTER XXXIII. FROM CHICAGO TO OMAHA.
    • CHAPTER XXXIV. CAPTURED BY INDIANS.
    • CHAPTER XXXV. RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA.
    • CHAPTER XXXVI. THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
    • CHAPTER XXXVII. HOME OF THE CHIPPEWAS.
    • CHAPTER XXXVIII. EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY.
    • CHAPTER XXXIX. DISCOVERY OF THE SOURCE OF THE MISSISSIPPI.
    • CHAPTER XL. DOWN THE GREAT RIVER.
    • CHAPTER XLI. RECEPTION BY THE NEW ORLEANS ACADEMY OF SCIENCES.
    • CHAPTER XLII. BEFORE THE MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
    • CHAPTER XLIII. GREETINGS OF THE VOYAGE.
    • "SWORD AND PEN" COMMENDATIONS.
      • EXTRACTS FROM NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
        • Syracuse Times.
        • Chicago Tribune.
        • Hamilton (Ont.) Times.
        • Troy Daily Times.
        • Scranton Republican.
        • Oswego Times and Express.
        • Boston Transcript.
        • Buffalo News.
        • Albany Sunday Press.
        • Newark Register.
        • Boston Globe.
        • Newark Daily Journal.
        • New York Herald.
        • Hartford Courant.
        • Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.
        • Wilmington Morning News.
        • New York Tribune.
        • Baltimore American.
        • Philadelphia Ledger.
        • Philadelphia Evening Star.
        • Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
        • Philadelphia Inquirer.
      • Syracuse Times.
      • Chicago Tribune.
      • Hamilton (Ont.) Times.
      • Troy Daily Times.
      • Scranton Republican.
      • Oswego Times and Express.
      • Boston Transcript.
      • Buffalo News.
      • Albany Sunday Press.
      • Newark Register.
      • Boston Globe.
      • Newark Daily Journal.
      • New York Herald.
      • Hartford Courant.
      • Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.
      • Wilmington Morning News.
      • New York Tribune.
      • Baltimore American.
      • Philadelphia Ledger.
      • Philadelphia Evening Star.
      • Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
      • Philadelphia Inquirer.
    • EXTRACTS FROM NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
      • Syracuse Times.
      • Chicago Tribune.
      • Hamilton (Ont.) Times.
      • Troy Daily Times.
      • Scranton Republican.
      • Oswego Times and Express.
      • Boston Transcript.
      • Buffalo News.
      • Albany Sunday Press.
      • Newark Register.
      • Boston Globe.
      • Newark Daily Journal.
      • New York Herald.
      • Hartford Courant.
      • Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.
      • Wilmington Morning News.
      • New York Tribune.
      • Baltimore American.
      • Philadelphia Ledger.
      • Philadelphia Evening Star.
      • Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
      • Philadelphia Inquirer.
    • Syracuse Times.
    • Chicago Tribune.
    • Hamilton (Ont.) Times.
    • Troy Daily Times.
    • Scranton Republican.
    • Oswego Times and Express.
    • Boston Transcript.
    • Buffalo News.
    • Albany Sunday Press.
    • Newark Register.
    • Boston Globe.
    • Newark Daily Journal.
    • New York Herald.
    • Hartford Courant.
    • Cincinnati Commercial Gazette.
    • Wilmington Morning News.
    • New York Tribune.
    • Baltimore American.
    • Philadelphia Ledger.
    • Philadelphia Evening Star.
    • Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.
    • Philadelphia Inquirer.
    • APPENDIX BY THE PUBLISHERS OF "DOWN THE GREAT RIVER."
    • ADDENDUM.
    • I. LETTERS FROM BARRETT CHANNING PAINE.
    • II. RECEPTION AT NEW ORLEANS AND SAINT LOUIS.
      • BEFORE THE MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
    • BEFORE THE MISSOURI HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
    • III. LETTERS PERTINENT TO THE SUBJECT.
    • IV. PUBLIC OPINION IN MINNESOTA.
      • From His Excellency, A. R. McGill, Governor of Minnesota:
        • From Hon. Horace Austin, Ex-Governor:
        • From Hon. W. H. Gale, Ex-Lieutenant-Governor, Winona
        • From F. W. Seeley, Adjutant-General
        • From Moses E. Clapp, Attorney-General:
        • From H. W. Childs, Assistant Attorney-General:
        • From J. K. Moore, Private Secretary to Governor McGill:
        • From Gus. H. Beaulieu, Deputy U. S. Marshal, District of Minnesota:
        • From Ed. W. S. Tingle, St. Paul Globe:
        • From Rev. W. T. Chase, Pastor First Baptist Church, Minneapolis:
        • From Ex-Mayor Pillsbury, Minneapolis:
        • From Rev. J. L. Pitner, Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, Minneapolis:
        • From John E. Bradley, Superintendent Public Schools, Minneapolis:
        • From Hon. Samuel E. Adams, Member of the Minnesota Historical Society, Monticello:
        • From John H. Elliott, Secretary Y. M. C. A., Minneapolis:
        • From J. S. McLain, Evening Journal, Minneapolis:
        • From Albert Shaw, Minneapolis Tribune:
        • From Judge John P. Rea, Commander-in-Chief G.A.R., Minneapolis:
        • From G. M. Wing, Secretary North-West Indian Commission, Minneapolis:
        • From Hon. J. G. Lawrence, Ex-Senator, Wabasha:
        • From Judge L. A. Evans, Ex-Mayor, Saint Cloud
        • From Will E. Haskell, President and Managing Editor, Minneapolis Tribune:
        • From J. O. Simmons, Little Falls.
        • From Rev. Andrew D. Stowe, Rector, Trinity Church, Anoka:
        • From D. Sinclair, Winona:
        • From William A. Spencer, Clerk United States District Court, Saint Paul:
        • From O. C. Chase, Chairman County Commissioners, Otter-Tail County:
        • From John J. Ankeny, Postmaster, Minneapolis:
        • From P. P. Swenson, Sheriff, Hennepin County:
        • From Freeman E. Kreck, Postmaster, Aitkin:
        • From A. Y. Merrill, County Attorney, Aitkin:
        • From J. W. Wakefield, Aitkin:
        • From Lyman P. White, Ex-Mayor, Brainerd:
        • From W. W. Hartley, Brainerd:
        • From J. H. Koop, Postmaster, Brainerd:
        • From N. H. Ingersoll, Editor, Brainerd Dispatch:
        • From Rev. Fletcher J. Hawley, D. D., Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brainerd:
        • From John F. Peterson, Register of Deeds, Minneapolis:
        • From C. P. De Laithe, Superintendent of Schools, Aitkin County:
        • From J. H. Hallett, Brainerd:
        • From Hon. N. Richardson, Little Falls, Judge of Probate of Morrison County:
        • From O. L. Clyde, First Lieutenant, National Guard, Little Falls:
        • From Moses La Fond, Little Falls:
        • From R. Cronk, of the Government Survey, Sauk Rapids:
        • From Hon. T. G. Healey, Ex-State Senator, Monticello:
        • From William Tubbs, Postmaster and Ex-County Auditor, Monticello:
        • From W. J. Brown, Principal of the High School, Monticello:
        • From Commander A. H. Fitch, J. S. Cady Post, G. A. R., Department Minnesota; Anoka:
        • From J. M. Tucker, M. D., Hastings:
        • From Daniel O'Brien, Police Justice, Hastings:
        • From J. R. Lambert, Ex-Mayor, Hastings:
        • From S. Westerson, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners, Hastings:
        • From B. B. Herbert, Editor, The Republican, Red Wing:
        • From W. W. DeKay, Red Wing:
        • From William Moore, Superintendent of Schools, Lake City:
        • From George C. Stout, Mayor, Lake City:
        • From D. O. Irwin, Postmaster, Lake City:
        • From H. L. Smith, Editor and Proprietor of the Graphic, Lake City:
        • From F. J. Collins, Mayor of Wabasha:
        • From Hon. James G. Lawrence, Ex-State Senator, Wabasha:
        • From D. L. Dawley, Principal of Schools, Wabasha:
        • From S. B. Sheardown, M. D., Winona:
        • From Judge A. F. Storey, St. Vincent:
        • From James A. Thompson, Postmaster, Leech Lake (the nearest post-office to the source of the Mississippi):
        • From Paul Beaulieu, United States Interpreter, White Earth Indian Agency:
      • From Hon. Horace Austin, Ex-Governor:
      • From Hon. W. H. Gale, Ex-Lieutenant-Governor, Winona
      • From F. W. Seeley, Adjutant-General
      • From Moses E. Clapp, Attorney-General:
      • From H. W. Childs, Assistant Attorney-General:
      • From J. K. Moore, Private Secretary to Governor McGill:
      • From Gus. H. Beaulieu, Deputy U. S. Marshal, District of Minnesota:
      • From Ed. W. S. Tingle, St. Paul Globe:
      • From Rev. W. T. Chase, Pastor First Baptist Church, Minneapolis:
      • From Ex-Mayor Pillsbury, Minneapolis:
      • From Rev. J. L. Pitner, Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, Minneapolis:
      • From John E. Bradley, Superintendent Public Schools, Minneapolis:
      • From Hon. Samuel E. Adams, Member of the Minnesota Historical Society, Monticello:
      • From John H. Elliott, Secretary Y. M. C. A., Minneapolis:
      • From J. S. McLain, Evening Journal, Minneapolis:
      • From Albert Shaw, Minneapolis Tribune:
      • From Judge John P. Rea, Commander-in-Chief G.A.R., Minneapolis:
      • From G. M. Wing, Secretary North-West Indian Commission, Minneapolis:
      • From Hon. J. G. Lawrence, Ex-Senator, Wabasha:
      • From Judge L. A. Evans, Ex-Mayor, Saint Cloud
      • From Will E. Haskell, President and Managing Editor, Minneapolis Tribune:
      • From J. O. Simmons, Little Falls.
      • From Rev. Andrew D. Stowe, Rector, Trinity Church, Anoka:
      • From D. Sinclair, Winona:
      • From William A. Spencer, Clerk United States District Court, Saint Paul:
      • From O. C. Chase, Chairman County Commissioners, Otter-Tail County:
      • From John J. Ankeny, Postmaster, Minneapolis:
      • From P. P. Swenson, Sheriff, Hennepin County:
      • From Freeman E. Kreck, Postmaster, Aitkin:
      • From A. Y. Merrill, County Attorney, Aitkin:
      • From J. W. Wakefield, Aitkin:
      • From Lyman P. White, Ex-Mayor, Brainerd:
      • From W. W. Hartley, Brainerd:
      • From J. H. Koop, Postmaster, Brainerd:
      • From N. H. Ingersoll, Editor, Brainerd Dispatch:
      • From Rev. Fletcher J. Hawley, D. D., Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brainerd:
      • From John F. Peterson, Register of Deeds, Minneapolis:
      • From C. P. De Laithe, Superintendent of Schools, Aitkin County:
      • From J. H. Hallett, Brainerd:
      • From Hon. N. Richardson, Little Falls, Judge of Probate of Morrison County:
      • From O. L. Clyde, First Lieutenant, National Guard, Little Falls:
      • From Moses La Fond, Little Falls:
      • From R. Cronk, of the Government Survey, Sauk Rapids:
      • From Hon. T. G. Healey, Ex-State Senator, Monticello:
      • From William Tubbs, Postmaster and Ex-County Auditor, Monticello:
      • From W. J. Brown, Principal of the High School, Monticello:
      • From Commander A. H. Fitch, J. S. Cady Post, G. A. R., Department Minnesota; Anoka:
      • From J. M. Tucker, M. D., Hastings:
      • From Daniel O'Brien, Police Justice, Hastings:
      • From J. R. Lambert, Ex-Mayor, Hastings:
      • From S. Westerson, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners, Hastings:
      • From B. B. Herbert, Editor, The Republican, Red Wing:
      • From W. W. DeKay, Red Wing:
      • From William Moore, Superintendent of Schools, Lake City:
      • From George C. Stout, Mayor, Lake City:
      • From D. O. Irwin, Postmaster, Lake City:
      • From H. L. Smith, Editor and Proprietor of the Graphic, Lake City:
      • From F. J. Collins, Mayor of Wabasha:
      • From Hon. James G. Lawrence, Ex-State Senator, Wabasha:
      • From D. L. Dawley, Principal of Schools, Wabasha:
      • From S. B. Sheardown, M. D., Winona:
      • From Judge A. F. Storey, St. Vincent:
      • From James A. Thompson, Postmaster, Leech Lake (the nearest post-office to the source of the Mississippi):
      • From Paul Beaulieu, United States Interpreter, White Earth Indian Agency:
    • From His Excellency, A. R. McGill, Governor of Minnesota:
      • From Hon. Horace Austin, Ex-Governor:
      • From Hon. W. H. Gale, Ex-Lieutenant-Governor, Winona
      • From F. W. Seeley, Adjutant-General
      • From Moses E. Clapp, Attorney-General:
      • From H. W. Childs, Assistant Attorney-General:
      • From J. K. Moore, Private Secretary to Governor McGill:
      • From Gus. H. Beaulieu, Deputy U. S. Marshal, District of Minnesota:
      • From Ed. W. S. Tingle, St. Paul Globe:
      • From Rev. W. T. Chase, Pastor First Baptist Church, Minneapolis:
      • From Ex-Mayor Pillsbury, Minneapolis:
      • From Rev. J. L. Pitner, Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, Minneapolis:
      • From John E. Bradley, Superintendent Public Schools, Minneapolis:
      • From Hon. Samuel E. Adams, Member of the Minnesota Historical Society, Monticello:
      • From John H. Elliott, Secretary Y. M. C. A., Minneapolis:
      • From J. S. McLain, Evening Journal, Minneapolis:
      • From Albert Shaw, Minneapolis Tribune:
      • From Judge John P. Rea, Commander-in-Chief G.A.R., Minneapolis:
      • From G. M. Wing, Secretary North-West Indian Commission, Minneapolis:
      • From Hon. J. G. Lawrence, Ex-Senator, Wabasha:
      • From Judge L. A. Evans, Ex-Mayor, Saint Cloud
      • From Will E. Haskell, President and Managing Editor, Minneapolis Tribune:
      • From J. O. Simmons, Little Falls.
      • From Rev. Andrew D. Stowe, Rector, Trinity Church, Anoka:
      • From D. Sinclair, Winona:
      • From William A. Spencer, Clerk United States District Court, Saint Paul:
      • From O. C. Chase, Chairman County Commissioners, Otter-Tail County:
      • From John J. Ankeny, Postmaster, Minneapolis:
      • From P. P. Swenson, Sheriff, Hennepin County:
      • From Freeman E. Kreck, Postmaster, Aitkin:
      • From A. Y. Merrill, County Attorney, Aitkin:
      • From J. W. Wakefield, Aitkin:
      • From Lyman P. White, Ex-Mayor, Brainerd:
      • From W. W. Hartley, Brainerd:
      • From J. H. Koop, Postmaster, Brainerd:
      • From N. H. Ingersoll, Editor, Brainerd Dispatch:
      • From Rev. Fletcher J. Hawley, D. D., Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brainerd:
      • From John F. Peterson, Register of Deeds, Minneapolis:
      • From C. P. De Laithe, Superintendent of Schools, Aitkin County:
      • From J. H. Hallett, Brainerd:
      • From Hon. N. Richardson, Little Falls, Judge of Probate of Morrison County:
      • From O. L. Clyde, First Lieutenant, National Guard, Little Falls:
      • From Moses La Fond, Little Falls:
      • From R. Cronk, of the Government Survey, Sauk Rapids:
      • From Hon. T. G. Healey, Ex-State Senator, Monticello:
      • From William Tubbs, Postmaster and Ex-County Auditor, Monticello:
      • From W. J. Brown, Principal of the High School, Monticello:
      • From Commander A. H. Fitch, J. S. Cady Post, G. A. R., Department Minnesota; Anoka:
      • From J. M. Tucker, M. D., Hastings:
      • From Daniel O'Brien, Police Justice, Hastings:
      • From J. R. Lambert, Ex-Mayor, Hastings:
      • From S. Westerson, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners, Hastings:
      • From B. B. Herbert, Editor, The Republican, Red Wing:
      • From W. W. DeKay, Red Wing:
      • From William Moore, Superintendent of Schools, Lake City:
      • From George C. Stout, Mayor, Lake City:
      • From D. O. Irwin, Postmaster, Lake City:
      • From H. L. Smith, Editor and Proprietor of the Graphic, Lake City:
      • From F. J. Collins, Mayor of Wabasha:
      • From Hon. James G. Lawrence, Ex-State Senator, Wabasha:
      • From D. L. Dawley, Principal of Schools, Wabasha:
      • From S. B. Sheardown, M. D., Winona:
      • From Judge A. F. Storey, St. Vincent:
      • From James A. Thompson, Postmaster, Leech Lake (the nearest post-office to the source of the Mississippi):
      • From Paul Beaulieu, United States Interpreter, White Earth Indian Agency:
    • From Hon. Horace Austin, Ex-Governor:
    • From Hon. W. H. Gale, Ex-Lieutenant-Governor, Winona
    • From F. W. Seeley, Adjutant-General
    • From Moses E. Clapp, Attorney-General:
    • From H. W. Childs, Assistant Attorney-General:
    • From J. K. Moore, Private Secretary to Governor McGill:
    • From Gus. H. Beaulieu, Deputy U. S. Marshal, District of Minnesota:
    • From Ed. W. S. Tingle, St. Paul Globe:
    • From Rev. W. T. Chase, Pastor First Baptist Church, Minneapolis:
    • From Ex-Mayor Pillsbury, Minneapolis:
    • From Rev. J. L. Pitner, Pastor Methodist Episcopal Church, Minneapolis:
    • From John E. Bradley, Superintendent Public Schools, Minneapolis:
    • From Hon. Samuel E. Adams, Member of the Minnesota Historical Society, Monticello:
    • From John H. Elliott, Secretary Y. M. C. A., Minneapolis:
    • From J. S. McLain, Evening Journal, Minneapolis:
    • From Albert Shaw, Minneapolis Tribune:
    • From Judge John P. Rea, Commander-in-Chief G.A.R., Minneapolis:
    • From G. M. Wing, Secretary North-West Indian Commission, Minneapolis:
    • From Hon. J. G. Lawrence, Ex-Senator, Wabasha:
    • From Judge L. A. Evans, Ex-Mayor, Saint Cloud
    • From Will E. Haskell, President and Managing Editor, Minneapolis Tribune:
    • From J. O. Simmons, Little Falls.
    • From Rev. Andrew D. Stowe, Rector, Trinity Church, Anoka:
    • From D. Sinclair, Winona:
    • From William A. Spencer, Clerk United States District Court, Saint Paul:
    • From O. C. Chase, Chairman County Commissioners, Otter-Tail County:
    • From John J. Ankeny, Postmaster, Minneapolis:
    • From P. P. Swenson, Sheriff, Hennepin County:
    • From Freeman E. Kreck, Postmaster, Aitkin:
    • From A. Y. Merrill, County Attorney, Aitkin:
    • From J. W. Wakefield, Aitkin:
    • From Lyman P. White, Ex-Mayor, Brainerd:
    • From W. W. Hartley, Brainerd:
    • From J. H. Koop, Postmaster, Brainerd:
    • From N. H. Ingersoll, Editor, Brainerd Dispatch:
    • From Rev. Fletcher J. Hawley, D. D., Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Brainerd:
    • From John F. Peterson, Register of Deeds, Minneapolis:
    • From C. P. De Laithe, Superintendent of Schools, Aitkin County:
    • From J. H. Hallett, Brainerd:
    • From Hon. N. Richardson, Little Falls, Judge of Probate of Morrison County:
    • From O. L. Clyde, First Lieutenant, National Guard, Little Falls:
    • From Moses La Fond, Little Falls:
    • From R. Cronk, of the Government Survey, Sauk Rapids:
    • From Hon. T. G. Healey, Ex-State Senator, Monticello:
    • From William Tubbs, Postmaster and Ex-County Auditor, Monticello:
    • From W. J. Brown, Principal of the High School, Monticello:
    • From Commander A. H. Fitch, J. S. Cady Post, G. A. R., Department Minnesota; Anoka:
    • From J. M. Tucker, M. D., Hastings:
    • From Daniel O'Brien, Police Justice, Hastings:
    • From J. R. Lambert, Ex-Mayor, Hastings:
    • From S. Westerson, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners, Hastings:
    • From B. B. Herbert, Editor, The Republican, Red Wing:
    • From W. W. DeKay, Red Wing:
    • From William Moore, Superintendent of Schools, Lake City:
    • From George C. Stout, Mayor, Lake City:
    • From D. O. Irwin, Postmaster, Lake City:
    • From H. L. Smith, Editor and Proprietor of the Graphic, Lake City:
    • From F. J. Collins, Mayor of Wabasha:
    • From Hon. James G. Lawrence, Ex-State Senator, Wabasha:
    • From D. L. Dawley, Principal of Schools, Wabasha:
    • From S. B. Sheardown, M. D., Winona:
    • From Judge A. F. Storey, St. Vincent:
    • From James A. Thompson, Postmaster, Leech Lake (the nearest post-office to the source of the Mississippi):
    • From Paul Beaulieu, United States Interpreter, White Earth Indian Agency:
    • V. RECOGNITION.
      • Geographers and Educational Publishers.
        • Page 4. "Record of Recent Discoveries and Events.
        • Page 73. "North Central States (Western Section).
        • "Maury's Manual of Geography, University Publishing Company, New York:
        • From Herr F. A. Brockhaus, Geographer and Publisher of Leipsic, Germany:
        • From Professor J. W. Redway, of Philadelphia, a well-known geographer and scientist:
        • From the Messrs. Harper & Brothers, New York:
        • From Rand, McNally & Company, Map-makers and Publishers, Chicago:
        • From George F. Cram, Map and Atlas Publisher, Chicago:
        • From Matthews, Northrup & Company, Art Printers, Buffalo, New York:
        • From Messrs. Cowperthwait & Company, Philadelphia.
        • From E. A. Lawrence, University Publishing Company, New York:
        • From W. M. Bradley & Brother, Philadelphia:
        • From John Lovell & Son, Educational Publishers, Montreal:
        • From MacMillan & Company, London and New York:
        • From Gaylord Watson, Map and Chart Publisher, New York:
        • From P. O'Shea, Catholic Publisher, New York:
        • From Geo. H. Adams & Son, Map Publishers, New York:
        • From the Map and School Supply Company, Toronto:
        • From Captain A. N. Husted, Professor of Mathematics, State Normal School, Albany, New York:
        • From Colonel George Soulé, President of Soulé, College, New Orleans:
        • From Rev. L. Abernethy, A. M., D. D., President of Rutherford College, North Carolina:
        • From J. L. Smith, Map Publisher, Philadelphia:
        • From G. H. Laughlin, A. M., Ph. D., President of Hiram College, Ohio:
        • From the firm of W. & A. K. Johnston, of Edinburgh, Scotland, Geographers and Engravers to the Queen:
        • From Charles Lubrecht, Map Publisher, New York:
        • From M. Dripps, Map Publisher, New York:
        • From George H. Benedict & Co., Map, Wood and Photo-Engravers, Chicago:
        • From John S. Kendall, President of the National School Furnishing Company of Chicago:
        • From Frederick Warne & Company, Publishers, London:
        • From Thos. Nelson & Sons, Edinburgh and New York:
        • From Herr A. Hartleben, one of the leading Publishers of Germany:
        • From Appleton's Annual Encyclopedia—1885:
        • From American Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica:
      • Page 4. "Record of Recent Discoveries and Events.
      • Page 73. "North Central States (Western Section).
      • "Maury's Manual of Geography, University Publishing Company, New York:
      • From Herr F. A. Brockhaus, Geographer and Publisher of Leipsic, Germany:
      • From Professor J. W. Redway, of Philadelphia, a well-known geographer and scientist:
      • From the Messrs. Harper & Brothers, New York:
      • From Rand, McNally & Company, Map-makers and Publishers, Chicago:
      • From George F. Cram, Map and Atlas Publisher, Chicago:
      • From Matthews, Northrup & Company, Art Printers, Buffalo, New York:
      • From Messrs. Cowperthwait & Company, Philadelphia.
      • From E. A. Lawrence, University Publishing Company, New York:
      • From W. M. Bradley & Brother, Philadelphia:
      • From John Lovell & Son, Educational Publishers, Montreal:
      • From MacMillan & Company, London and New York:
      • From Gaylord Watson, Map and Chart Publisher, New York:
      • From P. O'Shea, Catholic Publisher, New York:
      • From Geo. H. Adams & Son, Map Publishers, New York:
      • From the Map and School Supply Company, Toronto:
      • From Captain A. N. Husted, Professor of Mathematics, State Normal School, Albany, New York:
      • From Colonel George Soulé, President of Soulé, College, New Orleans:
      • From Rev. L. Abernethy, A. M., D. D., President of Rutherford College, North Carolina:
      • From J. L. Smith, Map Publisher, Philadelphia:
      • From G. H. Laughlin, A. M., Ph. D., President of Hiram College, Ohio:
      • From the firm of W. & A. K. Johnston, of Edinburgh, Scotland, Geographers and Engravers to the Queen:
      • From Charles Lubrecht, Map Publisher, New York:
      • From M. Dripps, Map Publisher, New York:
      • From George H. Benedict & Co., Map, Wood and Photo-Engravers, Chicago:
      • From John S. Kendall, President of the National School Furnishing Company of Chicago:
      • From Frederick Warne & Company, Publishers, London:
      • From Thos. Nelson & Sons, Edinburgh and New York:
      • From Herr A. Hartleben, one of the leading Publishers of Germany:
      • From Appleton's Annual Encyclopedia—1885:
      • From American Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica:
    • Geographers and Educational Publishers.
      • Page 4. "Record of Recent Discoveries and Events.
      • Page 73. "North Central States (Western Section).
      • "Maury's Manual of Geography, University Publishing Company, New York:
      • From Herr F. A. Brockhaus, Geographer and Publisher of Leipsic, Germany:
      • From Professor J. W. Redway, of Philadelphia, a well-known geographer and scientist:
      • From the Messrs. Harper & Brothers, New York:
      • From Rand, McNally & Company, Map-makers and Publishers, Chicago:
      • From George F. Cram, Map and Atlas Publisher, Chicago:
      • From Matthews, Northrup & Company, Art Printers, Buffalo, New York:
      • From Messrs. Cowperthwait & Company, Philadelphia.
      • From E. A. Lawrence, University Publishing Company, New York:
      • From W. M. Bradley & Brother, Philadelphia:
      • From John Lovell & Son, Educational Publishers, Montreal:
      • From MacMillan & Company, London and New York:
      • From Gaylord Watson, Map and Chart Publisher, New York:
      • From P. O'Shea, Catholic Publisher, New York:
      • From Geo. H. Adams & Son, Map Publishers, New York:
      • From the Map and School Supply Company, Toronto:
      • From Captain A. N. Husted, Professor of Mathematics, State Normal School, Albany, New York:
      • From Colonel George Soulé, President of Soulé, College, New Orleans:
      • From Rev. L. Abernethy, A. M., D. D., President of Rutherford College, North Carolina:
      • From J. L. Smith, Map Publisher, Philadelphia:
      • From G. H. Laughlin, A. M., Ph. D., President of Hiram College, Ohio:
      • From the firm of W. & A. K. Johnston, of Edinburgh, Scotland, Geographers and Engravers to the Queen:
      • From Charles Lubrecht, Map Publisher, New York:
      • From M. Dripps, Map Publisher, New York:
      • From George H. Benedict & Co., Map, Wood and Photo-Engravers, Chicago:
      • From John S. Kendall, President of the National School Furnishing Company of Chicago:
      • From Frederick Warne & Company, Publishers, London:
      • From Thos. Nelson & Sons, Edinburgh and New York:
      • From Herr A. Hartleben, one of the leading Publishers of Germany:
      • From Appleton's Annual Encyclopedia—1885:
      • From American Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica:
    • Page 4. "Record of Recent Discoveries and Events.
    • Page 73. "North Central States (Western Section).
    • "Maury's Manual of Geography, University Publishing Company, New York:
    • From Herr F. A. Brockhaus, Geographer and Publisher of Leipsic, Germany:
    • From Professor J. W. Redway, of Philadelphia, a well-known geographer and scientist:
    • From the Messrs. Harper & Brothers, New York:
    • From Rand, McNally & Company, Map-makers and Publishers, Chicago:
    • From George F. Cram, Map and Atlas Publisher, Chicago:
    • From Matthews, Northrup & Company, Art Printers, Buffalo, New York:
    • From Messrs. Cowperthwait & Company, Philadelphia.
    • From E. A. Lawrence, University Publishing Company, New York:
    • From W. M. Bradley & Brother, Philadelphia:
    • From John Lovell & Son, Educational Publishers, Montreal:
    • From MacMillan & Company, London and New York:
    • From Gaylord Watson, Map and Chart Publisher, New York:
    • From P. O'Shea, Catholic Publisher, New York:
    • From Geo. H. Adams & Son, Map Publishers, New York:
    • From the Map and School Supply Company, Toronto:
    • From Captain A. N. Husted, Professor of Mathematics, State Normal School, Albany, New York:
    • From Colonel George Soulé, President of Soulé, College, New Orleans:
    • From Rev. L. Abernethy, A. M., D. D., President of Rutherford College, North Carolina:
    • From J. L. Smith, Map Publisher, Philadelphia:
    • From G. H. Laughlin, A. M., Ph. D., President of Hiram College, Ohio:
    • From the firm of W. & A. K. Johnston, of Edinburgh, Scotland, Geographers and Engravers to the Queen:
    • From Charles Lubrecht, Map Publisher, New York:
    • From M. Dripps, Map Publisher, New York:
    • From George H. Benedict & Co., Map, Wood and Photo-Engravers, Chicago:
    • From John S. Kendall, President of the National School Furnishing Company of Chicago:
    • From Frederick Warne & Company, Publishers, London:
    • From Thos. Nelson & Sons, Edinburgh and New York:
    • From Herr A. Hartleben, one of the leading Publishers of Germany:
    • From Appleton's Annual Encyclopedia—1885:
    • From American Supplement to the Encyclopedia Britannica:
    • VI. NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
      • Saint Paul Dispatch.
        • Minneapolis Spectator.
        • Brainerd Dispatch.
        • Northwestern Presbyterian, Minneapolis.
        • Winona Republican.
        • Minneapolis Star-News.
        • Detroit Commercial Advertiser.
        • La Crosse Republican and Leader.
        • Michigan Christian Advocate.
        • Detroit Tribune.
        • Grand Rapids (Michigan) Leader.
        • New Bedford Standard.
        • Madisonensis, Madison University, New York.
        • Hamilton, New York, Republican.
        • Davenport Tribune.
        • Daily Eagle, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
        • Telegram-Herald, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
        • Akron Daily Beacon.
        • Youngstown (Ohio) Telegram.
        • National Republican, Washington, D. C.
        • Dubuque Trade Journal.
        • Burlington Hawkeye.
        • Saint Paul Times.
        • Chicago Times.
        • Chicago Inter-Ocean.
        • Chicago Evening Journal.
        • Chicago Herald.
        • Springfield (Ohio) Times.
        • Ohio State Journal.
        • The Wheeling Intelligencer.
        • Philadelphia Public Ledger.
        • Brooklyn Eagle.
        • Philadelphia Times.
        • New York Observer.
        • Minneapolis Journal.
        • Philadelphia North American.
      • Minneapolis Spectator.
      • Brainerd Dispatch.
      • Northwestern Presbyterian, Minneapolis.
      • Winona Republican.
      • Minneapolis Star-News.
      • Detroit Commercial Advertiser.
      • La Crosse Republican and Leader.
      • Michigan Christian Advocate.
      • Detroit Tribune.
      • Grand Rapids (Michigan) Leader.
      • New Bedford Standard.
      • Madisonensis, Madison University, New York.
      • Hamilton, New York, Republican.
      • Davenport Tribune.
      • Daily Eagle, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
      • Telegram-Herald, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
      • Akron Daily Beacon.
      • Youngstown (Ohio) Telegram.
      • National Republican, Washington, D. C.
      • Dubuque Trade Journal.
      • Burlington Hawkeye.
      • Saint Paul Times.
      • Chicago Times.
      • Chicago Inter-Ocean.
      • Chicago Evening Journal.
      • Chicago Herald.
      • Springfield (Ohio) Times.
      • Ohio State Journal.
      • The Wheeling Intelligencer.
      • Philadelphia Public Ledger.
      • Brooklyn Eagle.
      • Philadelphia Times.
      • New York Observer.
      • Minneapolis Journal.
      • Philadelphia North American.
    • Saint Paul Dispatch.
      • Minneapolis Spectator.
      • Brainerd Dispatch.
      • Northwestern Presbyterian, Minneapolis.
      • Winona Republican.
      • Minneapolis Star-News.
      • Detroit Commercial Advertiser.
      • La Crosse Republican and Leader.
      • Michigan Christian Advocate.
      • Detroit Tribune.
      • Grand Rapids (Michigan) Leader.
      • New Bedford Standard.
      • Madisonensis, Madison University, New York.
      • Hamilton, New York, Republican.
      • Davenport Tribune.
      • Daily Eagle, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
      • Telegram-Herald, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
      • Akron Daily Beacon.
      • Youngstown (Ohio) Telegram.
      • National Republican, Washington, D. C.
      • Dubuque Trade Journal.
      • Burlington Hawkeye.
      • Saint Paul Times.
      • Chicago Times.
      • Chicago Inter-Ocean.
      • Chicago Evening Journal.
      • Chicago Herald.
      • Springfield (Ohio) Times.
      • Ohio State Journal.
      • The Wheeling Intelligencer.
      • Philadelphia Public Ledger.
      • Brooklyn Eagle.
      • Philadelphia Times.
      • New York Observer.
      • Minneapolis Journal.
      • Philadelphia North American.
    • Minneapolis Spectator.
    • Brainerd Dispatch.
    • Northwestern Presbyterian, Minneapolis.
    • Winona Republican.
    • Minneapolis Star-News.
    • Detroit Commercial Advertiser.
    • La Crosse Republican and Leader.
    • Michigan Christian Advocate.
    • Detroit Tribune.
    • Grand Rapids (Michigan) Leader.
    • New Bedford Standard.
    • Madisonensis, Madison University, New York.
    • Hamilton, New York, Republican.
    • Davenport Tribune.
    • Daily Eagle, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
    • Telegram-Herald, Grand Rapids, Michigan.
    • Akron Daily Beacon.
    • Youngstown (Ohio) Telegram.
    • National Republican, Washington, D. C.
    • Dubuque Trade Journal.
    • Burlington Hawkeye.
    • Saint Paul Times.
    • Chicago Times.
    • Chicago Inter-Ocean.
    • Chicago Evening Journal.
    • Chicago Herald.
    • Springfield (Ohio) Times.
    • Ohio State Journal.
    • The Wheeling Intelligencer.
    • Philadelphia Public Ledger.
    • Brooklyn Eagle.
    • Philadelphia Times.
    • New York Observer.
    • Minneapolis Journal.
    • Philadelphia North American.
    • CONCLUSION.
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