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Haan, A.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Haber, George. Witness identifying Maximillian Miller and Alfred Elliman deceased on Valdez Glacier, 2/27/1899, Jury Finding on Logan Party, CS1;

Haberstroch, J. E.  Hometown: Chicago, IL; On Corner's jury. Coroner's report depicting death Joseph Fournier et al. on Valdez Glacier, 5/2/1898;

Hackett, J. E. Died of scurvy, 5/9/99. Seattle Times, 7/7/99 in Townsend Letters;

Hadley, W. R.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River,
but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Hafter, Andrew.  Died of scurvy,5/9/1899, Seattle Times, 7/7/99 in Townsend Letters;

Haines, -.  (F. Herbert Haines, Seattle P-I; B. F. S. Haines, SF Examiner); Hometown: MA; Passenger on steamer Wolcott, left Seattle for Copper River, 11/20/97, memberof Witch City Mining Company, Seattle P-I, 11/21/97; Quoted as saying "We will dig gold or die," in Seattle P-I 11/16/97; Passenger on steamer Wolcott, left Seattle for Copper River, 11/20/97, memberof Witch City Mining Company, Seattle P-I, 11/21/97; From MA, Doc Tanner Party. San Francisco Examiner, in CS2, p. 83; Witch City Mining Co. split
between Hoag and Haines factions, members of Haines party: Lee, Call, Tanner, Haines, and Pierce, Seattle P-I, 2/3/98;


Hairgrove, Miss J. Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Haley, J.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at
Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;


Hall, A. G. Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98; First Justice of Peace for Valdez, 5/9/1898, Minutes, CS1; Elected to Township Committee (3rd), Minutes, CS1; Present at May 11, 12, 13, 16, 19, June 3, 17, 20, July 1, 18; 9/5/1898 resigned as member & Justice of Peace. Minutes, CS1; V-Lot, Index, p. 49;

Hall, F. R.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at
Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Hall, J. E.  Passenger, schooner Phelps, departing Seattle 4/5/98, Seattle P-I, 4/6/98;

Hall, J. L.  First-class passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 2/15/98, for Dyea & Valdez,Seattle P-I, 2/16/98, p. 10;

Hall, J. T.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Hall, James.  Hometown: Stamford, CT; Treasurer of the Connecticut and Alaska Mining and Trading Association, Prospectus, CS1, p. 112-113; Stamford, Conn. Margeson/Benedict trip. Gold Hunters, p. 9; quits & leaves for States, around 3/18/1898, Gold Hunters, p. 66;

Haller, Louis.  Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Hallett, Private. Stationed at Copper Center in charge of Military Stores, in Rice, Abercrombie 1900, p. 95 ff; Pearson meets him, June 1899, Pearson, CS1; p 187;

Hallihan, William.  Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle 3/15/98 for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Halt, C. C.  Filed in VMDR, p. 82;

Halverson, O.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Ham, Joseph.  Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Ham, Sam.  Goes from Valdez to get horses left at Taral with Cashman and Stewart fall 1898, Powell, Trailing, p. 87 ff; Cashman in Abercrombie 1900, p. 161 ff;

Hamilton, Jas.  Hometown: San Francisco, CA; Dooley stopped at his place on Copper River, Dooley Diary, 12/12/98; Listed in names & address section, Dooley Diary;

Hamilton, Mark.  Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Hamilton, T. J.  Hometown: Seattle, WA; Made coal and oil discoveries with R. C. Johnston on Kayak Island, Seattle P-I, 11/13/97;

Hamilton, Thomas.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Hamlen, J. (I.) E.  (Also Hamlin, QCMDR); Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 2; witness to R.F. McClellan, p. 43, 90; to H.H. Fitch; Locator, QCMDR, p. 86; Notice of amended location 6/26/1899 by Sweeny, W. Williams, Ohlhausen, O. Peterson, Malmgren, J. Williams, Henry, C. Johnson, Pollard, Kain, Hamlen, Ward, Sender, Bush, Onstad, J. H. Smith, McCormick, QCMDR, p. 108;

Hamlin, J. (I.) E.  (Also Hamlen, QCMDR) (both); Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 2; witness to R. F. McClellan, QCMDR, p. 43, 90; to H. H. Fitch; Locator, QCMDR, p. 86; Locator with Fitch witness, UKMDR, 3/13/1899, p. 73; "10 men from Valdez stopped at Co. City - Dan Kain, Brown, McClellan, Bates, Hamlin, McCormack, Fitch, Leverose, Amy, and Senders," Dooley Diary, 5/20/99;

Hammond, F.C.  Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Hanalin, J.  UKMDR, Co-locators on 3/11/1899, Carvey, Melley, C. F. Behren, T. Mamon, L.A. Dicker, Jas. Rogan, L. Swenson, J. Hanalin;

Handy, F. N. Handy went 50 miles up Copper River in Nov/Dec 97 and reported 150 gold hunters scattered from Orca to Sheep Camp; talked to Chief Nicolai; reports of gold near Chityna; Witch City Mining Co. at Orca trying to decide whether to go Valdes or Copper River route; gives number of men at various camps on Copper River; returned to Seattle on Wolcott leaving Orca 12/9/97; Seattle P-I, 12/18/97;

Hani, Viktor. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle 3/15/98 for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Hannam, J. L.  (Also, Jack Hannon, Dooley Diary; J. L. QCMDR; also J. H. KDMR); Passenger list -- Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98; Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 34; witness for Woodford, QCMDR, 1898, p. 47; for Brandenburg, QCMDR, 1898, p. 91; Locator, UKMDR, October 1898, p. 45; Jack Hannon and Dan Graney arrive at Dooley's claim and tells him he is not digging in a good place, Dooley Diairy, 4/15/99;

Hannon, Jack.  See J. L. Hannam;

Hansen, -. Born: Sweden. In party of six Swedes (Anderson, Nelsen, Lofgreen, Hansen, Hanz, Proden) from Boston with Hazelet on Klutina, Hazelet Diary, 6/12/98;

Hansen, Chris.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Hansen, E.  Location Notice, Copper Mt. 7/7/1899, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 194;

Hansen, George.  Arrives on 2/22/1899 from Copper Center in Valdez with W. E. Hendricks reporting death of Robert Izatt, Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 38;

Hansen, H. S.  Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Hansen, Harry.  Witness with G. Anderson to H. F. Jennings sale of Copper King Claim to J. Jacobsen.,PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 27;

Hanson, Louis.  Hometown: Angola, NY; Waiting in Seattle with Peter Anderson for Excelsior to depart, Seattle P-I, 2/9/98;

Hanson, M. H. Hometown: Artichoke, MN; Gold-seeker returned to Seattle on Excelsior, interviewed, Seattle P-I, 3/18/98;

Hanson, Otto. Notice of Location Located 8/10/99: C. Noren, H. Torgeson, G. Anderson, O. Hanson, O. Anderson, F. Harris, witness Hazelet & Meals, Chisna area, ML, Bk. 3 (Bks. J&F), p. 157;

Hanson, -. Brings Hazelet mail at no cost, Hazelet Diary, 9/26/98;

Hanson, -. Forms Circle Masonic Association with Pearson & Davis at Klutina Rapids, Pearson Journal, 9/7/1898, CS1, p. 185;

Hanson, Garrett.  List of prospectors crossing Valdez Glacier, 5/29/1898, W. H. Crary Diary, p. 5;

Hanson, John. Born: Denmark, April 1865, C1900; Hometown: Chicago, IL; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900;

Hanson, Johnny.  One of the seamen on the "Hera," left to prospect; part of group in 1899 that prospected in Mt. Wrangell area, Golden Cross?, Ch. 4; p. 94;

Hanz, -.  Sweden; In party of six Swedes (Anderson, Nelsen, Lofgreen, Hansen, Hanz, Proden) from Boston with Hazelet on Klutina, Hazelet Diary, 6/12/98;

Hardwick, E. N.  Witnessed location of Orsi claim, between Valdez Bay and Hollow Cove Bay, 1/17/98, ML, Bk. G (Bks. H & I), p. 380;

Hardy, F (?). W. Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 81;

Harmon, John.  Hometown: Chippewa Falls, MI; First-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I, 2/28/98; In Millard party, Lashway Diary, p. 3; George Dickie, Harry Lashway, W. R. Millard, John Harmon, Ben Hunter in Copper Center planning to go up Copper River, Interview with B. F. Millard, Seattle P-I, 10/27/98; In Millard party, Lashway Diary, p. 3;

Harper, W. D. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Harrington, Frank. B. Hometown: Portland, OR; Had New Year's Eve dinner at Dooley's cabin, Dooley Diary, 12/31/98; Locator, QCMDR, 1899, p. 120; Listed in names & address section, Dooley Diary;

Harrington, Peter.  (Peter S. Harrington, Seattle P-I); First class passenger on steamer Valencia, departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98; [Note: Rafferty, Curran, and Harrington together on Valencia]; With Rafferty, Rafferty in Glenn & Abercrombie, p. 612;

Harris, A.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Harris, Frank. Notice of Location Located 8/10/99: C. Noren, H. Torgeson, G. Anderson, O. Hanson, O. Anderson, F. Harris, witness Hazelet & Meals, Chisna area, ML, Bk. 3 (Bks. J&F), p. 157;

Harter, E. C.  Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Harter, J. H.  Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Hartford, J. R.  Hometown: Loyal, WI; Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98; Prospectors returned from Alaska having had little success, Neillsville Times, 5/18/98;

Hartford, M. P.  Hometown: Loyal, WI; Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98; Prospectors returned from Alaska having had little success, Neillsville Times, 5/18/98;

Hartley, Clark.  (Also: "Shortie" ), Unites with Treloar's party; travels with Treloar from Chistochina to Forty-mile, Trealor, Memoires, p. 57 ff;

Harton, H. M.  Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Harwood, A. A. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98; Alaska Mutual Mining Company, 14 members on Noya: Guy, Ladward, Mahle, J. W. Morgan, W. Seitz, W. Klein, R. Klein, A. Adams, A. Harward, A. Carvey, C. Decker, J. Steinmits, H. Price, and W. Tynor;

Hasey, Ed. C.  Hometown: Oakland, CA; In Alaska in 1898-99, TVN 3:43, 1/2/04, p. 4;

Haskell, Frank H.  Witnesses Smith's Power of attorney to W. E. Hunt; PWSMDR, Bk1, p. 175;

Hassack, John. Hometown: NE; Gold-seeker returned to Seattle on Excelsior, interviewed, Seattle P-I, 3/18/98;

Hass, Mrs. -. (Also could be Haus?); Crossed Valdez Glacier in 1898. BS, p. 44;

Hatch, G. A.  (G. E. Hatch, Seattle-PI); First class passenger on steamer Valencia, departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98; [Note: Burns and Hatch were on Valencia together]; Locator of "Portland," with Burns as witness, QCMDR, 1898, p. 26;

Hatch, W. Hometown: Princeton, MN; Party of R. F. McClelland, E. A. Gates, W. Hatch, and Herbert T. Gates in Seattle waiting for Excelsior to depart, Seattle P-I, 2/19/98;

Hattlay, Bert. Hometown: Lansing, MI; Group from Lansing, MI including Henry Caswell, Charles Gerts (Gadt? suggested by order in passenger list), Frank Knapp, Samuel Taylor, August Kunofski (Snowaski?), Morris Finhenstine (M. Finkelstine), Antone Kowatski (A. Kososky), Julius Wats (Watzell?), Bert Hattlay, and Richard Venyse (Van Nuys), Portland Oregonian, 3/6/98;

Haus, Mrs. -.  See Hass;

Hauschild, -.  Crary borrows gill net from, 7/15/1898, Crary, Diary Ms. p. 9;

Hawkins, R. S.  Filed claim in 1898-1899 TMDR, p.42;

Hayden, Jack.  Died of scurvy, 1/11/99, Seattle Times, 7/7/99 in Townsend Letters;

Hayden, Walter A.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98, Seattle P-I, 1/4/98;

Haynes, J. F.  Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Hazelet, Cheever George.  (Also Hazlett, Powell; Hazlet, George C., C1900); Born: OH, Oct. 11, 1861, Hazelet Diary; Oct. 14,1861, C1900; Hometown: Omaha, NE; Wrote excellent Diary of his party's crossing Valdez Glacier, trip down Klutina, up to Chisna area from 1898-1901; Second-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I 2/28/98; Arrived in Valdez on Excelsior, 3/17/1898, Hazelet Diary, p. 31; crossed Valdez Glacier, wintered in Copper Center; "quits" in 1899, but after 4 months at home returns; etc. Hazelet Diary, p. 31; Powell visits claim on Chistochina, Powell, in Abercrombie, Abercrombie 1900, pp. 133-134; Power of Attorney, ML, Bk. 3 (F&J) pp. 170 ff; Agreement for Hazelet Mining Association, ML, Bk. 3 (Bks. J&F), pp. 176-177; Notices of Location by Power of Attorney, ML, Bk. 3 (Bks. J&F), pp. 187-190; Address: 1920 Capital Ave. Omaha, NE, names and addresses section, Dooley Diary;

Hazeltine, A. L.  Passenger List -- Steam Schooner Albion -- Departed Portland for Copper River, 4/9/98, Portland Oregonian, 4/10/98;

Hazen, Olaf. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98, Seattle P-I, 1/4/98;

Healty, F. W.  First-class passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 2/15/98, for Dyea & Valdez,Seattle P-I, 2/16/98, p. 10;

Hecker, Bart. Passenger list --Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98;

Hedman, J. W. Hometown: 1056 South Oakley Ave, Chicago, Name & Address listed, Crary, Diary Ms. 6/28/1898, p. 8;

Hegland, Nelse. Hometown: Appleton, WI; V-Lot, Index, p. 111; A. J. Wadman, J. R. Marshall, John Eckland, and Nels Hegland came back over glacier together, winter 1898-99, took 6 days, Brown in Glenn and Abercrombie, p. 623;

Heiden, Corporal Robert.  Discovered and reported Pass (Thompson Pass?) in 1898.  Powell sent to survey it in fall of 1898, Powell, Trailing, p. 86 ff, Report in Abercrombie, 1900; V-Lot, Index, p. 86;

Heidorn, W. B.  (Also W. B. Heidoors); Born: Germany, Dec. 1862; Hometown: Lake Park, WA; Arrived in Alaska, April 1896, C1900; At 1897 Miners Meeting, 6/11/1897, PWSMDR, Bk. 1, p.1; Gives power of attorney to William E. Hunt, 1899, PWSMDR, Book 2, 1898-1900, p. 170; Location notice on Latouche Island: Ripstein, Beatson, Beyer, Gladhough, Heidorn, &W. E. Hunt, PWSMDR, Book 2, May, 1898; p. 16;
Hunt, Mills, Smith & Heidorn sell Latouche claims to O. J. Humphrey, for $10,000, 9/14/1898, Filed for record, Feb. 20, 1899; ML, Bk G. pp. 701-704;


Heinzerling, J. R.  (J. R. Dooley; Roy S. Seattle P-I); Hometown: Seattle, WA; Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98, Seattle P-I, 1/4/98; With W. H. Heinzerling, address: 313 No. 31st Ave. Seattle, WA, Listed in names and addresses, Dooley Diary;

Heinzerling, W. H. Hometown: Seattle, WA; Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98, Seattle P-I, 1/4/98; With J. R. Heinzerling, address: 313 No. 31st Ave. Seattle, WA, Listed in names and addresses, Dooley Diary;

Heitman, Charles.  (Possibly Heltman); Passenger list -- Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98;

Helmers, -. (Mrs. M.). Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98; Crossed Valdez Glacier in 1898, BS, p. 44;

Helmick, H. Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98; In Copper City [Valdez] sends good report of area, establishing a trading post, Portland Oregonian, 3/22/98;

Helmick, Henry. Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98; [Note both H. and Henry Helmick on passenger list];

Heltman, Charles.  (Possibly Heitman); Passenger list -- Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98;

Heming, Wilbert.  (See Wilber R. Henning); Hometown: Braddock, PA (Seattle P-I); First-class passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 2/15/98, Seattle P-I, 2/16/98, p. 10;

Hemmings Geo. W. Notice of Location Located 7/15/99: Hemmings & Woodruff, by Dempsey, Chisna, ML, Bk. 3 (Bks. J&F), p. 155;

Hemple, S. A.  (S. A. Hemples, Seattle P-I; Also "Oklahoma Bill," TVN, 5/18/01.  Later, "OK Bill" When he opens the first bank in Valdez); Born: Missouri, June, 1869, C1900; Hometown: Perry, Oklahoma, C1900; Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 3/23/98; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; Located lot April 14, V-Lot, Index, p. 51; At 5/9/1898 Citizens Meeting on Townsite, CS1, p. 77B; Donated to building relief station on Valdez Glacier, Sept. 1898, Bourke notes, CS1; AD: The Original Outfitter (established in 1898); Appointed to committee to look into robbery, Townsite Minutes, 1/17/99; story of peach brandy, turning back on glacier, & decision to start store, Golden Cross?, Chapter 4;

Hemple, W. S.  V-Lot, Index, p. 80;

Hemrick, Alvin.  Alvin and Louis Hemrick, Location Notice, 2/15/99, VMDR, p. 94;

Hemrick, Louis, (Mrs. Alvin).  Location Notice with husband, 2/15/99, VMDR, p. 94;

Hendrick, Henry.  Locator, 10/18/98, No. 45 above canyon on Manker Creek, witnesses H. B. Pearson, J. S. Gordon, TMDR, p. 26;

Hendricks, W. E.  Arrives on 2/22/1899 from Copper Center in Valdez with G. Hanson reporting death of Robert Izatt, Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 38; Stationed at Copper Center in charge of Military Stores, in Rice, Abercrombie 1900, 1899, p. 95 ff;

Hendrie, A. M. Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 18; witness for Singletary, p. 40; Simenstod, p. 72; Co-locators on 3/7/99, F. Smith, A. M. Hendrie, F. R. Wortham, R. S. Baird, S. C. Moore, J. H. Bell, F. Scott, J. Parsons, E. Rape, UKMDR, p. 165;

Henkel, John. Locator, "Jessie" Placer Claim, No. 33 on Manker Creek, Witness Wyman & Wetther, 8/22/98, TMDR, p. 50;

Henkle, William. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle 3/15/98 for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Hennesy, W. M. (See also Hennessy), witness to Location notice, Latouche, June 1899, PWSMDR, Book 2, p. 135;

Hennessy, Wm.  (See also Hennesy), Hometown: Spokane, WA; Listed in names & address section, Dooley Diary;

Henning, Wilber.  (Also Wilbert R. Heming [Braddock, PA], Seattle P-I, 2/17/98; Pittsburg, PA [Dooley]); First-class passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 2/15/98, Seattle P-I, 2/16/98, p. 10; Note: this is the steamer the Keystone Company took to Valdez; Hometown: Pittsburg, PA or Braddock, PA; In Townsend party, Beaver Falls Weekly Tribune, 1/26/98; Vail and Henning (?) of Keystone Co. helped Dooley to bring boat back upstream, Dooley Diary, 5/29/98;

Henninger, Fred L. V-Lot, Index, Feb. 1899, p. 114;

Henry, F. A.  (F. A. in QCMDR; F. H. UKMDR); Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98; [Note: William and John Williams, F. A. Henry, and O. Peterson came up together on the National City]; Locator, QCMDR, 1898, p. 136; witness to Swanson, p. 60; Co-locators: F. McCormick, J. F. Sweeny, Wm. Williams, A. C. Ohlhavsen, O. Peterson, Malmgren, John Williams, F. A. Henry, Chas. Johnson,QCMDR, p. 101; Notice of amended location 6/26/1899 by Sweeny, W. Williams, Ohlhausen, O. Peterson, Malmgren, J. Williams, Henry, C. Johnson, Pollard, Kain, Hamlen, Ward, Sender, Bush, Onstad, J. H. Smith, McCormick, QCMDR, p. 108; 1899: Locator, QCMDR, p. 153; UKMDR, Locator, 3/14/1899, p. 147;

Henry, F. H.  (See F. A. QCMDR); Locator, 3/14/1899, UKMDR, p. 147;

Henry, J. G.  Passenger List -- Steam Schooner Albion -- Departed Portland for Copper River, 4/9/98, Portland Oregonian, 4/10/98;

Henry, J. M.  (J. M. & J. N. Henry in Seattle P-I); Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Herd, -.  See Hurd;

Hermann John R.  V-Lot, Index, March 22, p. 118; Fell into a crevasse 40 ft. Rest of party rescued him, Conger, p. 142; Incident and rescue by Fred Kimball described in Brown in Glenn and Abercrombie, p. 622;

Hernaruk, (sp ?) Alvin.  Filed in VMDR, p. 94;

Hernington, E. R.  (Difficult to read, possibly Hefnington); Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle 3/15/98 for Copper River ports with a few passengers for
Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;


Hernaruk, (sp ?) Louis (Mrs. Alvin?).  Filed in VMDR, p. 94;

Heron, Robert T.  Born: CA, March 1870, C1900; Hometown: San Francisco, CA, C1900; Arrived in Alaska, April 1898, C1900 ; Arctic Mining Company, i.e. Crary party, Crary, Diary Ms. 6/29/1898, pp. 2 ff; Charter member of the Order of Alaska Moose, 1899, TVN, 1:40, 12/7/01, p. 3;

Herrale, Ben E. Born: England, March 1866, C1900; Hometown: Victoria, B. C.; Arrived in Alaska, March 1899, C1900;

Herriott, George. Hometown: Tacoma, WA; Location Notice "Mountain Chief," on Hertle Creek, 10/14/98, witnesses W.C. Bruce, James Manker, recorded by W. C. McGee by power-of-attorney,TMDR, p. 15; Location notice, Placer claim No. 8 on Hertle Creek, 10/14/98, witnesses Edgar Meyers, J. Manker, recorded by W. D. McGee, power-of-attorney, TMDR, p. 38; power-of-attorney notice, 3/21/98, TMDR, p. 15;

Hertel, L. Location Notice, 4/6/99, in VMDR, p. 107;

Hertzberg, H. Brown gives one undershirt, Brown in Abercrombie, Abercrombie 1900, p. 41;

Hertzberg, William. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Hess, L. C. Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Hessian, C. (See Neil Hessian); Second-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I, 2/28/98; (Note: Name next to M. J. Hessian and
H. S. Conger);


Hessian, H.  (See Neil Hessian); Mentioned in letter about D. Wherley's accidental shooting of Roy Murfin, Sleepy Eye Dispatch, 4/22/98;

Hessian, Mike J.  Hometown: MN; Second-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/28/98; Member of Conger's party from Minnesota, Conger, p.xxxii; Mike, p. 42; Mentioned in letter about D. Wherley's accidental shooting of Roy Murfin, Sleepy Eye Dispatch, 4/22/98;

Hessian, Neil.  Hometown: MN; member of Conger's party from MN, Conger, xxxii.; Rides with Hazelet down Klutina to Copper Center, Hazelet Diary, 9/11/1898; Hessian boys sell outfits & leave, Hazelet Diary, 9/18/1898; Buckley in Hessian Party was "pulled in (to the Copper River) by his boat and drowned", Hazelet Diary, 10/9/98;

Hettler, Bart. Filed claim in TMDR, 1898, p. 51;

Hickman, -. Of K. C. taken sick and sold out April 27, 1898, Pearson, CS1, p.185;

Hickman, B. F.  Passenger List -- Steam Schooner Albion -- Departed Portland for Copper River, 4/9/98, Portland Oregonian, 4/10/98;

Hildreth, F. I.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98, Seattle P-I, 1/4/98;

Hildreth, H. H. (Also Judge H. H. Hildreth); V-Lot, Index, p. 64;

Hildroth, Frank A. (Name Hildreth in San Francisco Examiner, 2/2/1898); Passenger on steamer Wolcott, left Seattle for Copper River, 11/20/97, memberof Witch City Mining Company, Seattle P-I, 11/21/97; From MA, Doc Tanner Party, San Francisco Examiner, 2/2/1898, in CS2, p. 83;

Hill, -.  (= C. Hill?). Appointed to committee to draft laws and limits of Port Valdez Mining District, 3/19/1898, VMDR, p. 65;

Hill, Charles P. Hometown: CO; Files claim on Glacier Island, Gray Harbor, 8/15/1898, ML, Bk 2, 1898-1900, p. 48; Deed, Hill sells his Bidarky claim on Busby Island to Arthur Olson, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 254;

Hill, Edward. Born: MA, July 1830, C1900; Hometown: Victoria, B. C.; Arrived in Alaska, May 1898, C1900;

Hiller, A. C.  Hometown: San Bernadino, CA; Waiting in Portland for the next boat to Copper River, Portland Oregonian, 3/12/98;

Hilton, J. Second-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/28/98;

Himrich, E. W.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Hine, J. W. Second-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I, 2/28/98;

Hineky, -.  Boatman for Schrader, Schrader in Glenn & Abercrombie, p. 359;

Hinky, Al.  Powell rafts with Hinky and others from Copper Center to Orca in 1898, Powell, Trailing, p. 77 ff;

Hoag, Grant.  (See also Hogg, Hogue); Hometown: Newsburgh, NY; Passenger on steamer Wolcott, left Seattle for Copper River, 11/20/97, memberof Witch City Mining Company, Seattle P-I, 11/21/97; Passenger on steamer Wolcott, left Seattle for Copper River, 11/20/97, member of Witch City Mining Company, Seattle P-I, 11/21/97; Member of Doc Tanner's party;

Hoagland,J. M.  Locator, "Lucy" No 8 above canyon on Manker Creek, 11/2/98, witness W. W. French, TMDR, 1898, p. 79; Witness to French claim, TMDR, p. 79;

Hobien, H. E.  First-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I, 2/28/98;

Hodge, J. T.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Hoefler, Andrew. Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98;

Hoffinson, J.  Passenger list -- Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98;

Hoffman, A. F.  (Frank,QCMDR), Born: SD, 1869, C1900; Hometown: SD; Arrived in Alaska, April 1898, C1900; Co-locators Horrman, Wilson, Laymer, QCMDR, 1899, p.
147; Witness for McCarthy, QCMDR, 1898, p. 139; Affadavit of labor performed on Mullin Mine in Kotsana River area, 10/16/98, ML, Bk. 3 (Bks. J&F), p. 117; Strike of bornite ore on the "Bellum" (Kotsina river)TVN, 1:1. 3/06/01; Frank Hoffman, Dan Wilson and others went up Copper River and reached the Kotsina river and located (they say) the Bellum copper vein, on Downey creek, a branch of the Kotsina. Hoffman left interior in winter of 1898-1899, Millard,TVN, 1: 7, 4/20/01;


Hoffman, Robert. Hometown: Brooklyn, NY; Attacked by bear, face crushed, Doctors gave first-aid.   Returned to New York, Crary, Diary Ms., p. 11; Later died of his injuries, Powell, Trailing, Chapter 3;

Hofler, Andrew.  Hometown: Dorchester, WI; Crossed Valdez Glacier, 1898; Died of scurvy at Copper Center winter of 1898-1899, Guiteau, Louis, Death Trail, The Alaskana, pp. 3-8;

Hogan, R. W.  Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Hogan, Thomas D.  Born: July 1874, PA, C1900; Hometown: Valdez, AK, C1900; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; List of prospectors crossing Valdez Glacier, May 29, 1898, Crary Diary, p. 5; V-Lot, Index, p. 85; Citizen's meeting for Valdez.  Secretary of, May 9, 1898.  Elected to Township Committee (3rd; later called Board of Trustees) May 10, 1898, Minutes, CS1; Attends Township Committee meetings May 9,
10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 19, resigns 8/5/1898, Minutes, CS1, 85; appointed to committee to look into robbery, Townsite Minutes, 1/17/99;

Hogg, G.  (See Grant Hoag, Hogue, Hogg; different from George Hogg from Texas); Hometown: Newsburgh, NY; Possibly called "Hogue" in Hubbard's account of Doc Tanner Party, San Francisco Examiner, in CS2, p. 83; Amy and Remington say "Hogg"; Account of Doc Tanner incident, p. 7 ff; Probably not the Hogg the Remingtons & Capt. Anderson play cards with because Remington was also friends with the Dowlings who were also part of the Texas Party, Golden Cross?, p. 72;

Hogg, George.  (Also Hogue; sometimes confused with Grant Hoag of Doc. Tanner party); Born: England, July 1870, Arrived March 1898, C1900; Hometown: Dallas, TX (C1900); Texas party of George Hogg, Frank Newton, S. W. Kearney, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dowling, and H. Prince preparing to leave for Copper River, Seattle P-I, 2/4/98; Possibly the Hogg the Remingtons & Capt. Anderson play cards with, Golden Cross?, p. 72; Subscribed to a relief station fund for 1899 on Valdez Glacier, in Valdez, 1898, CS1; Part of relief attempt on Valdez Glacier, 2/27/99, Jury Finding, CS1; Notice of Location, Landlocked Bay, 8/14/99; Location notice by George Hogg, witnesses: Stephen Birch, J. P. Roberts on easterly side of Swan claim at Swanport in VMDR, p. 161, 10/23/1899; same, but Birch Locator, and site on the westerly side of Swan claim, p. 162;

Hogg, W. R. Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Hogue, -. (See Hoag, Grant); Hometown: Newsburgh, NY;

Holden, E.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Holland, -.  (See E. N. Holland). Foreman of the Construction gang under Babcock during construction of Trans-Alaska Mlitary Road, 1899, Abercrombie 1900, p. 58;

Holland, E. N.  First class passenger on steamer Valencia, departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98; [Note: on same trip as Army in '98, so might be the same Holland who worked for Abercrombie in 1899];

Holland, Pat. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Hollingsworth, C. T.  (Or C. F.?); Hometown: MD; Worked on relief station on Valdez  Glacier, Sept. 1898. CS1;

Hollo, John.  Hometown: Marshall, MN; Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98; Letter written from "White City" [Valdez Landings] describing conditions and laws there 3/9/98 published in Marshall New-Messenger, 3/25/98; Letter written from Valdez describing Thron Opdahl's death 3/23-5/98 published in Marshall New-Messenger, 4/1598; Letter written from Valdez describing conditions on Valdez Glacier 3/30-4/9/98 published in Marshall New-Messenger, 5/6/98; Letter from M. M. Curtis mentions Hollo did not make it to Copper River, written 8/1/98, published in Marshall New-Messenger, 9/16/98;

Holman, Andrew.  (Usually A. Holman); Born: WI, March 1859, C1900; Norway, Bourke); Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; Holman in charge of 64 Swedes and Norwegians returned from the Copper River reporting everything favorable above Orca 165 miles, Lashaway Diary, p. 8; One of   first to arrive at Copper Center, established townsite, built hotel & store by July 1898; didn't sell liquor, Bourke Journal, MS. p. 65; late in spring gets mail contract, works with Jackson, Golden Cross? Ch. 4; Hazelet gives samples to mail out for him, Hazelet Diary, 9/26/98; Guiteau, Abercrombie, photographer from Leslie's magazine have dinner at Holman's with fresh vegetables Holman raised, 8/22/98; Trading post at Copper Center, 1899, Powell, Trailing, p. 170; Powell meets Holman and assistants who have the first mail from Valdez to the Yukon, Oct. 1899, Powell, Trailing, p. 171; Goes with "first" group through Keystone Canyon with Rohn, Rice et. al. on June 19, 1899, mail contractor, Abercrombie 1900, p. 113 ff; Rohn tells him of new route from Copper Center to Tonsina River in exchange for carrying part of his outfit to Valdez, Abercrombie 1900, p. 129 ff;

Holman, V. G.  Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Holmes, Peter W. (Also, Pert W. in VMDR); Born: Moravia, Iowa, 4/17/1867, Pioneers; V-Lot, Index, p. 102; Filed in VMDR, "Santa Maria". p. 142;

Holt, C. E.  Location Notice, 1/27/99, Von Gunther witness, VMDR, p. 82;

Holterman, F. A.  Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Holton, O. B.  Location Notice, Red Head, 10/14/1898, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 80;

Homer, A. M.  (Second initial difficult to read in location notice); First class passenger on steamer Valencia, departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98; Location notice Homer & F. G. Bartlett, head of first bay west of Glacier Bay, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 219;

Homer, Frederick.  Files claim at Herring Bay, Knight Island, 1898, ML, Bk. 2, 1898-1900, p. 50 ff; Involved in Von Gunther affair, Minutes, Nov. 9, 1898, CS1;

Hoodmau, W.  (possibly Hoodman); Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Hooper, S. M.  Passenger, schooner Phelps, departing Seattle 4/5/98, Seattle P-I, 4/6/98;

Hopkins, J. L. Passenger List -- Steam Schooner Albion -- Departed Portland for Copper River, 4/9/98, Portland Oregonian, 4/10/98;

Hopkins, Wm. F. Location notice for Tacoma, small bay 8-10 miles SW of Glacier Island, June 1899, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 155;

Horn, William.  Passenger List -- Steam Schooner Albion -- Departed Portland for Copper River, 4/9/98, Portland Oregonian, 4/10/98; Arrived in Valdez April 20, 1898 with
Pearson, Whipp and Young, Pearson, CS1, p. 185;


Hosford, -. (Mrs. O. J.).  Hometown: Denver, CO (Seattle P-I); Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98, Seattle P-I, 1/4/98; Crossed Valdez Glacier in 1898, BS, p. 44; Crossed Valdez Glacier in 1898, BS, p. 44;

Hosford, O. J.  Born: OH, March 1858, C1900; Hometown: Lathrop, CA; Denver, CO in Seattle P-I; Lathrop, CA later; Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98. Seattle P-I, 1/4/98; Arrived in Alaska, Jan. 1898, C1900; Bourke says wife crossed Glacier in 1898, BS, p. 44.

Hosford, R. H.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 1/3/98, Seattle P-I, 1/4/98;

Hotchinson, Sherman. Passenger on steam schooner Noyo, departing Seattle for Copper River ports with a few passengers for Juneau and Skagway, Seattle P-I, 3/16/98;

Howe, -.  Chairman of first Valdez Mining District meeting on 3/19/1898, VMDR, p. 12;

Howe, G. A. Army Officer on steamer Valencia, departing Seattle 4/7/98, Seattle P-I 4/8/98 & Seattle Times, 4/8/98;

Hoy, L. D.  Hometown: Seattle, WA. Margeson/Benedict trip, Gold Hunters, p. 9; resigned as general superintendent of company; Cone, Roggers, Hoy & Kortright withdrew from party and returned to states at 4th Bench, Margeson, Gold Hunters, p. 83;

Hoyt, Charles L. Born: Elba, NY, 10/27/1869, Pioneers; Hometown: Rochester, NY; First class passenger boarding Valencia in Seattle, departing Seattle 3/6/98 with 600
passengers, Seattle P-I, 3/6/98; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900;

Hoyt, Frank W.  (Also, Hoit, F, Margeson & TMDR spell as Hoyt & Hoit); Hometown: Norwalk, CT; Third Vice-President of the Connecticut and Alaska Mining and Trading Association, Prospectus, CS1, p. 112-113; Norwalk, Conn. Margeson/Benedict trip, Gold Hunters, p. 9; Discovered claim Mineral Creek Area, 6/201898 with H. D. Bartlett,
F. G. Bartlett, H. E. L. King, H. Smith, C. B. Smith, J. W. Smith, and W. S. Baken.   Filed 3/17/99, VMDR, p. 102; Locator, Placer mining claim No. 26 above canyon on Manker Creek, 7/27/98, witnesses, Margeson & Sweet, TMDR, p. 72; King, O'Connell, Hoyt and Voigt make quick trip back to Valdez to get rubber boots in Sept. 1898, story of trip told by King, Margeson, Gold Hunters, pp. 210-215;

Hubbard, Chas. H. Born: March 1869 in NY, C1900; Hometown: Santego, CA, C1900; Diary and letters in Univ. of Alaska Anchorage, Archives. Arrived in Orca October,1897 (with Swan's party?), favored Copper River route over Valdez glacier route; In Valdez the day after Doc Tanner hanging, sent report to San Francisco Examiner, 2/2/1898 in CS2, p. 83; Grubstake agreement for, 6/23/1900, ML, Bk G (H & I), p. 247-251; Remington and others visited Hubbard & Elliot party camped at North Fork of Kotsina, Golden Cross? p. 128; W. F. Norn & C. J. Hubbard witness to Gillett & Weir selling claim to Gerow party for $150, 4/8/98, VMDR, pp. 46-47;

Hubel, L.  Filed in VMDR, p. 117;

Huber, G.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Hudson Boys.  Conger eats supper with Hudson Boys, 4/10/98 at Camp 3 on glacier, Conger, p. 52; prospecting at Robinson Creek, 8/13/98, Conger, p. 126; 9/1/98, p. 130;
Hazelet meets Hudson party on Chistochina, Hazelet Diary, 7/20/98;


Hudson, Prof. John B.  (Also called Dr. Hudson); Passenger list for the schooner Hera, departed Seattle for Copper River 3/22/98, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98; Paper reports that he is with a party of 25 Scandanavians, Seattle P-I, 3/23/98; From Smithsonian Museum, on Hera with Remington, taking albatross in Gulf of Alaska, Golden Cross?, Ch. 2; Remington reports he thinks beaver settlements over 100 years old, p. 30;

Hueth, D. B. First-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle P-I, 2/28/98;

Huff, H. W. Hometown: Alleghany City, PA; Passenger list -- Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98; returned because of lung-fever [tuberculosis], describes packing over glacier, Interview, Portland Oregonian, 4/8/98;

Huff, J. A.  Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Hughes, Capt. -. Sets and sharpens whip-saw for Dooley, DooleyDiary 5/19/98;

Humphrey, H. N. Location notice, W.L. Gillett witness, Latouche Island, 8/5/1899, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 259;

Humphrey, Capt. Omar J.  Capt of the Walcott, F. E. Crary Diary, p.7; Location notice, W. L. Gillett witness, Latouche Island, Aug. 5, 1899, PWSMDR, Book 2, p. 258-269; Hunt, Mills, Smith & Heidorn sell Latouche claims to O. J. Humphrey, for $10,000,  9/14/1898, Filed for record, 2/20/1899, PWSMDR, Bk. G, pp. 701-704;

Hunt, C.  Passenger on the Rival departing Port Townsend, WA 3/6/98, Port Townsend Leader, 3/7/98;

Hunt H. E.  Pearson sees at Copper Center Hospital on 2/18/1989, Pearson, CS1; p. 187; Relief party brings from relief station on 4/29/99; has frozen foot and scurvy, Brown in Abercrombie 1900, p. 43;

Hunt, P. S. Born: Coldwater, MI, 4/24/1866, Pioneers; Went over Glacier in 1898; photographed trip.  List of prospectors crossing Valdez Glacier, 5/29/1898, Crary Diary,
p. 5;


Hunt, Thomas H.  (Also Tom Hunt), Born: Port Huron, MI, 9/4/1857, Pioneers; Arrived in Valdez early in 1898, remained in Valdez prospecting the area. Pathfinder I:7;
5/1920;


Hunt, W. E. At 1897 Miners Meeting, 6/11/1897, PWSMDR, Bk. 1, p. 1; Filed Mammoth claim with S. J. Mills, M. O. Gladhaugh (at Virgin Bay) 4/15/1897, MLR, Bk. G, (H & I), pp. 308-309; Elected chair of Prince William Sound Mining District Meeting, 6/11/1898, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 1; Bond for Deed, S. J. Mills & Hunt buy out Gladhaugh, Mills & Hunt from Sunrise, Cook Inlet, PWSMDR, Bk. G, p. 437; W. B. Heidorn gives Power-of-Attorny to Hunt, PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 170; Location notice on Latouche Island: Ripstein, Beatson, Beyer, Gladhough, Heidorn, & W. E. Hunt, PWSMDR, May, 1898; PWSMDR, Bk. 2, p. 16; Receives power of attorney from a
number of PWS prospectors in 1898, PWSMDR, Bk. 1; Hunt, Mills, Smith & Heidorn sell Latouche claims to O.  J. Humphrey, for $10,000. 9/14/1898, Filed for record, Feb. 20, 1899; PWSMDR, Bk. G, pp. 701-704;


Hunter, -.  Brought pack horse across glacier, worried about winter food, Guiteau Diary 9/6/98;

Hunter, Ben.  Hometown: Chippewa Falls, WI; First-class passenger on steamer Excelsior, departing Seattle, 2/27/98 for Valdez, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 2/28/98; In Millard Party, Chippewa Alaska Mining Co, Lashway Diary, p. 3;

Hunter, W. F.  Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Hunter, Walter. (first name questioned by typist of Dooley Diary; W. S. Hunter, Portland Oregonian); Hometown: Kansas City, MO; Passenger list -- Steam schooner Albion, departing Portland 3/8/98, Portland Oregonian, 3/8/98; Dooley eats at his tent at Lake [Klutina] with, Diary, 9/10/98; in names and addresses section, Diary;

Hunting, C. A. Passenger list for steamer Alliance, departing Seattle 4/19/98 for Orca and Valdes, Seattle P-I, 4/20/98;

Hurd, Bert.  (O. B. Hurd, UKMDR; Herd, Dooley Diary); Born: IL, April, year not recorded, C1900; Hometown: Decatur, IL; Arrived in Alaska, March 1898, C1900; UKMDR, Witness with Bradburg to Laull 8/21/1899, p. 166; witness with Bradburg to Owens, 8/21/1899, p. 167; Locator with Lavell and Bradburg witness, 8/21/1899, p. 171; Bradbury arrives with Levil [Lavell] and Herd [Hurd] at Co. Camp Dooley Diary, 5/30/99; part of the group from Decatur, known as the "boys from Illinois," gives Powell food and invites to stay overnight, Powell Trailing, p. 73;

Hurt, B.  (See also Bert Hurd); Passenger, steam schooner National City, departing Portland, OR, 3/14/98 with "by far the larger number of her passengers" bound for the Copper River, but a few for Dyea/Skagway, Portland Oregonian, 3/15/98;

Hutchinson, C. S.  Locator, "Great Northern" above canyon on Manker Creek, 10/10/98, witness H. B. Gross & G. P. Patterson, TMDR, 1898, p. 77; Witness with Patterson to Gross claim on Manker Creek, TMDR, p. 78;

Hutchinson, R. J.  (Possibly B. J.) Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Hutchson, Shuman.  V-Lot, Index, p.38;

Hyde, R. A.  Passenger on steamer Alliance, departing Seattle for Yakutat Bay and Valdes, 3/24/98; party of 37 from Sioux City, IA led by J. N. Henry were to be dropped off at Yakutat, the others apparently headed for Valdes, Seattle P-I, 3/25/98;

Hyden, Corporal. Powell's spelling in Trailing; See: Heiden;

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