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in the Authors Files
Bruebman, R. M. (Dick). Indian trader on the Little Colorado River, early
1900's. Bought Benton Mesa Store from G. W. McAdams, 1904.
Bahe, Hosteen. With other Navajo leaders, fought the Apaches around Two
Brown, J. H. Winslow jeweler. He bought the diamonds from the two cowboys.
Beasley, Al. Sheepman in area in the early days.
Balmer, Jack. Indian agent at Leupp for many years.
Begay. Salawa. Navajo Indian policeman who knew most of those concerned in
the regional history from 1880 to 1909.
Begay, B'ugoettin, son of Hosteen B'ugoettin.
Was involved in the fights with Apache raiders and the cowmen usurping
B'ugoettin, Hosteen. Statements to G. W. McAdams
and S. I. Richardson in the 1890's to 1910.
Campbell, William (Bill). He ran sheep along Canyon Diablo, 1877-1890.
Creswell, Lucien, old Hashknife cowboy.
Cannon, Adolph. The old prospector who collected meteorite diamonds for
more than thirty years. Died under mysterious circumstances. Known to the
Croxen, Fred W., Sr. for many years a peace officer in Coconino County
(Flagstaff). One of the officers who brought out Montgomery's body from
Elliot Canyon. Later organized the Law & Order Department for the Navajo
Cundif, Earle. He established Two Guns.
Cundiff, Louise (Hesch). Mrs. Earle Cundiff. She lived at Two Guns for
nearly thirty years.
Drye, Walter, One time had ranch near Two Guns.
Diamond, Jack. Cattleman in area.
Daw, John. Indian scout with the U. S. Cavalry and later a tribal
Durham, Walter S. In the Elliot Canyon fight and was Hashknife cowboy
1880's to 1910.
Fiske, E. F. Inspector, U. S. Indian Service, who investigated the Elliot
Canyon battle and other depredations along the Little Colorado River.
Henning, Lloyd C. Published the Winslow Mall, 1909-1914. Premier historian
of northern Arizona.
Hatch, Lafe, Clerk, Superior Court, Navajo County, Holbrook. Ex-sheriff
and collector of historical records.
Howard, "Bear". Came to Canyon Diablo in 1874 as an escapee from San
Hoebdeffer, Colonel George. Commander of the Flagstaff Blues. Early day
Heach, Phillip E. (Phil), Married Louise Cundiff. Rebuilt Two Guns on
Hogan, Daniel (Dan), Coconino Deputy Sheriff who led the posse in the
Elliot Canyon fight.
Hubbell, Lorenzo, Sr., old time Indian trader.
Hubbell, Lorenzo, Jr., son of Lorenzo, Hubbell, Sr. Knew all the Navajos
concerned in Two Guns history and one time owned the
Canyon Diablo trading post.
Houck, C. I. (Chet), was sheriff of Navajo County when
John Shaw killed.
Hatch, Ed, knew Earle Cundiff well and served in the army during World War
I with him.
Jim, Silversmith, lived all his life along the Little Colorado River in
the disputed territory.
Jensen, Reed, chief of police at the Leupp Indian Agency.
Jacobs, Donald E. Sr., was trader at Two Guns for four years.
Long, Ben. Navajo cattleman during the river war with white stockmen.
Lee, Joseph Hyrum, Jr., (Joedy). Lived all his life among the Navajo and
at one time worked for Herman Wolf at Wolf Post.
McCormick, George, old prospector in the Two Guns area and knew all the
Indians and whites concerned.
McAdams, George W., author's great uncle. Bought Wolf Post, 1899, with his
nephew. Came to the Navajo country in 1877.
MeAdams, J. H. (Higgs), brother of G. W. McAdams. Ran trading posts in the
area in 1904-1910.
Miller, Harry E. (Indian Miller) put in the
animal farm at Two Guns and cleaned out the Apache cave.
Miller, Mrs. Harry. Harry Miller's wife who lived at Two Guns.
MeKinney, Joe T., long time peace officer at Winslow, before 1900.
Natani, Hosteen, district chief who fought the
Apache raiders and wiped them out at Apache Cave.
Patton, Francis, one time trader at Two Guns.
Red Rock Woman's Boy, Hosteen, Navajo who fought red and white enemies
with the early day chiefs.
Rudd, William (Bill), cowman and deputy sheriff, Navajo County in the
Runke, Walter Sr., early day Indian agent.
Richardson, S. I., author's father. Bought Wolf Post, 1899, with his
uncle. Knew all the Indians and whites concerned in the fights around
Richardson, C. D. early day Indian trader. Author's uncle.
Richardson, Hubert, Indian trader for half a century and once had
wholesale house in Winslow. Author's uncle.
Redshirt, Hosteen, leader who took a big hand
in the Navajo fights with raiders.
Roden, William (Billy), Little Colorado River cowman who came to Arizona
with his father in 1884 and established ranch at Roden Springs.
Randolph, Ed, early day prospector &
frontiersman who lived at Two Guns.
Sorensen, William E., Winslow, Arizona, collector of northern Arizona
Sagney, Hosteen. As a young man engaged in the fights against enemy
Sugar, Big, rode with the chiefs defending ancient hunting grounds.
Sugar, Little, Navajo fighting man and clan historian.
Secakuku, Chief Joe, had a business at Two Guns
at various times from 1924 to 1935.
Thomas, Thomas (Tommy), government stockman at Leupp Navajo Agency.
Tinnin, Earl, manager Two Guns trading post under lease in early 1930's.
Turpin, Tobe, Indian trader at Canyon Diablo station.
Thompson, Foster, Manager Meteor Crater Enterprises.
Volz, Fred, statements to S. I. Richardson,
Volz, Miss Jeanette. Daughter of Fred Volz who lived at Canyon Diablo as a
young girl, 1890-1910.
Wheeler, Harold, trader, son-in-law of C. D. Richardson and one time chief
of police, Winslow.
Windainger, Hosteen, medicine man.
Walker, C. L., U.S. Indian Service special officer, inspector and Agent.
Wolf, Herman, statements to S. I. Richardson
statements to George W. McAdams. statements to Joe Lee. statements to W.
F. Williams. statements to Fred Volz.
Walker, William (Bill) prospector in area.
Wetherill, John & Louise, Indian traders in the Navajo country from 1888
Williams, W. F., came to Arizona in 1881.
Young, W. S., Indian trader at Leupp and elsewhere. Author's uncle.