The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

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16th century
17th century
18th century
19th century

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A.D.T.
Abandoned children
Abandoned houses
Abandoned wives
Abduction
Aboriginal Australians
Abraham, Plains of (Québec)
Abused wives
Abusive men
Abusive women
Accidents
Accomplices
Acklins Island (Bahamas)
Acquittals
Acrobatics
Acrobats
Actions and defenses
Acton, Isabel (Fictitious character)
Actors
Actresses
Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.)
Adopted children
Adoptees
Adoption
Adultery
Adventure stories
Aerialists
Aeronautical
Africa
Africa -- Sahara
Africa, North
African American
African American clergy
African American cowboys
African American detectives
African American household employees
African American men
African American sailors
African American soldiers
African American steamboat workers
African American women
African Americans
Africans
Aggravating Joe (Fictitious character)
Agricultural industries
Aircraft
Airships
Alabama
Aladdin (Legendary character)
Alamo (San Antonio, Tex.)
Alaska
Alaska -- El Dorado
Alaska -- Fort Get There
Alaska -- Kish Kish
Alaska -- Stunner Creek
Alaska -- Treadwell
Albanians
Albany
Albany (N.Y.)
Albinos and albinism
Alchemists
Alcohol
Alcoholics
Alcoholism
Aleutian Islands (Alaska)
Alexander II, Emperor of Russia, 1818-1881
Alexander, III, Emperor of Russia, 1845-1894
Algerians
Algiers (Algeria)
Algonquian Indians
Algonquin Indians
Algonquin language
Alhambra (Granada, Spain)
Aliens
Allegheny (Pa.)
Allegheny Mountains
Allen
Allen, Ethan, 1738-1789
Allen, Ira, 1751-1814
Alligator hunting
Alligators
Almshouses
Alternative medicine
Aluminum
Alvarado, Pedro de, 1485?-1541
Amazon
Amazon River
Ambushes and surprises
America
American bison
American bison hunting
American Fur Company
American loyalists
American Revolutionary War
American Revolutionary War stories
Americans
Amnesia
Amphitheaters
Amputation
Amputees
Anarchist
Anarchists
Andalusia (Spain)
Andes
Andre
Andros, Edmund, Sir, 1637-1714
Anganak
Anger
Animal trainers
Animals, Mythical
Ann, Cape (Mass.)
Anne, Queen, consort of Louis XIII, King of France, 1601-1666
Antarctic
Antilles, Lesser
Antipodes Islands (N.Z.)
Antwerp (Belgium)
Apache Indians
Apartments
Aphasia
Apparitions
Appleseed, Johnny, 1774-1845
Apprentices
Arabs
Arapaho Indians
Archers
Archery
Archipelagoes
Architects
Arctic
Arctic Ocean
Arctic Regions
Ardsley (Pa.)
Argentina
Aristocracy (Social class)
Arizona
Arkansas
Arkansas River
Arkansas River Valley
Arm
Armes, George A. (George Augustus), 1844-1919
Arnold
Arnold, Benedict
Arnold, Benedict, 1741-1801
Arnold, Margaret Shippen, 1760-1804
Arnold, Thomas, 1795-1842
Arosaguntacook Indians
Arranged marriage
Arrest
Arrowheads
Arson
Arson investigation
Artagnan, Charles de Batz-Castelmore, comte d', 1613?-1673
Artificial legs
Artists
Arundel, Earls of
Asbury (N.J.)
Asia
Asia -- Gobi Desert
Assassination
Assassins
Assault and battery
Assayers
Assisted suicide
Astoria (New York, N.Y.)
Astrologers
Astrology
Asylums
Athletes
Atlantic City (N.J.)
Atlantic Coast (America)
Atlantic Coast (Brazil)
Atlantic Coast (Great Britain)
Atlantic Coast (Ireland)
Atlantic Coast (Me.)
Atlantic Coast (New England)
Atlantic Coast (North America)
Atlantic Coast (South America)
Atlantic Coast (Spain)
Atlantic Coast (U.S.)
Atlantic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean Region
Atrocities
Attakullakulla, Cherokee chief
Attempted assassination
Attempted murder
Attorney and client
Auction
Auctioneers
Auctions
Augusta
Auroras
Australia
Australians
Austrians
Author
Authors
Autobiographies
Automobile
Automobiles
Automobiling
Avalanches
Aviation
Awards
Aztec
Aztec goldwork
Aztecs

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Bachelors
Bacon's Rebellion, 1676
Bacon, Nathaniel, 1648-1676
Baffin's Bay
Bahamas
Bail
Bainbridge, William, 1774-1833
Baker, Remember, 1737-1775
Bald eagle
Baldwin, Frank Dwight, 1842-1923
Balkan Peninsula
Balkan War
Ball's Bluff, Battle of, Va., 1861
Ball, John, -1381
Ballad
Ballooning
Ballroom dancing
Balls (Parties)
Ballybrack (Dublin, Ireland)
Baltimore (Md.)
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Bandera (Tex.)
Bandit
Bandit, outlaw, and highwayman stories
Bandy, Kit (Fictitious character)
Bank employees
Bank robberies
Bank Robbery
Bank Street
Bankers
Bankruptcy
Banks and banking
Barbary Coast
Barbed wire
Barber
Barbers
Barks (Sailing ships)
Barnegat (N.J.)
Barnegat Bay (N.J.)
Barren Hill
Bars (Drinking establishments)
Bascom, Ben (Fictitious character)
Baseball
Baseball managers
Baseball players
Baseball stories
Baseball teams
Basketball
Basking Ridge
Bathurst (N.S.W.)
Battery (New York City)
Battle Of
Battle Pass
Battles
Bavarians
Baxter Street (New York)
Bayard Street (New York)
Bayville (N.Y.)
Beachcombing
Bear hunting
Bears
Bears as pets
Beaumont
Beauregard, G. T. (Gustave Toutant), 1818-1893
Beauty, Personal
Beaver Dam Creek, Battle of, Va., 1862
Beavers
Bedford
Bedouins
Bee stings
Beef cattle
Beggars
Begging
Behavior
Beheading
Belgium
Belize
Bell ringers
Belle Isle (Detroit, Mich.)
Bellhops
Bellomont, Richard Coote, Earl of, 1636-1701
Belts (Clothing)
Bemis Heights
Benefactors
Bennington
Bennington (Vt.)
Bent's Fort (Colo.)
Benton, Isabel (Fictitious character)
Berbers
Bering Sea Coast (Alaska)
Berkeley, William, Sir, 1605-1677
Berkshire Hills (Mass.)
Berlin (Germany)
Bermejo River (Bolivia and Argentina)
Bermuda Islands
Betrayal
Betrothal
Betts
Betts, Captain
Bettys
Bible
Biblical teaching
Bicycle Jim (Fictitious character)
Bicycle police
Bicycles
Bicycling
Biddeford (Me.)
Big Boom City
Big Foot, -1890
Big game hunting
Big Horn (Wyo.)
Big Stone Lake (Minn. and S.D.)
Bigamy
Bighorn Basin (Mont. and Wyo.)
Bighorn Mountains (Wyo. and Mont.)
Bildungsromans
Biographical fiction
Biography
Birthdays
Birthmarks
Biscay, Bay of (France and Spain)
Bismarck (N.D.)
Bitter Creek (Sweetwater County, Wyo. : River)
Black
Black Bart, 1829-
Black bear
Black Hand
Black Hawk War, 1832
Black Hills
Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.)
Black Hills War, 1876-1877
Black Madge (Fictitious character)
Black Seminoles
Black Watch
Blackbird, Omaha Chief, approximately 1750-1800
Blacks
Blacksmith
Blacksmiths
Blackstone's
Blackwell's Island
Blake, Tom (Fictitious character)
Blakeley, Johnston, 1781-1815
Blame
Bleecker Street
Blessing and cursing
Blind
Blind children
Blind women
Blindness
Blizzards
Blockade
Blockades
Blood brotherhood
Bloodhound
Blue Licks
Blue Ridge Mountains
Board of Trade
Boarding schools
Boardinghouses
Boat Club
Boat living
Boating accidents
Body armor
Body snatching
Bodyguards
Boise (Idaho)
Bolivia
Bombings
Bombs
Bonds
Bonzana Bay
Booby traps
Book-making (Betting)
Bookkeepers
Bookmakers (Gambling)
Booksellers and bookselling
Booksellers' labels
Boone
Boone, Daniel
Boone, Daniel, 1734-1820
Boone, Squire, 1744-1815
Bootblack
Boots
Bordentown
Border
Border patrols
Border security
Boston
Boston (Mass.)
Boston Harbor (Mass.)
Bottle Hill
Bounce, Tommy (Fictitious character)
Boundaries
Bounty hunters
Bow and arrow
Bowers, Joe (Fictitious character)
Bowery
Bowery Theatre (New York, N.Y.)
Bowhead whale
Bowhead whale hunting
Bowie County (Tex.)
Bowie knife
Bowlegs, Billy, 1808?-1863 or 1864
Bowler, Tom (Fictitious character)
Bowling Green
Boxers (Sports)
Boxes
Boxing
Boxing matches
Boxing stories
Boyd's Bandits
Boys
Boys' Clubs
Bozeman (Mont.)
Bragg, Braxton, 1817-1876
Brahmans
Brain
Branding (Punishment)
Brandywine
Brant
Brant, Joseph, 1742-1807
Brazil
Brazilians
Brazos River (Tex.)
Breach of promise
Brest (France)
Bribery
Bride price
Brides
Bridge failures
Bridgeport (Conn.)
Brier Creek
Brigands and robbers
Brighton (England)
Brighton Beach (New York, N.Y.)
British
Broad Jumping
Broad Street
Broadstreet
Broadway (New York)
Brokers
Bronc riding
Bronx
Brooklyn
Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge (New York, N.Y.)
Brooklyn Heights (New York, N.Y.)
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers (U.S.)
Brothers
Brothers and sisters
Brown
Brussels (Belgium)
Buccaneer Bess (Fictitious character)
Buccaneers
Buck's Head Neck
Buckner, Simon Bolivar, 1823-1914
Buckskin Bill
Budd's Crossing
Buell, Don Carlos, 1818-1898
Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Buffalo
Buffalo (N.Y.)
Buffalo Bill
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917
Buffaloes
Buford
Bugle calls
Buglers
Buildering
Building sites
Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861
Bullfights
Bullies
Bulls
Bullying
Bunco
Bunker Hill, Battle of, Boston, Mass., 1775
Burgess, Charles E. (Nebraska Charlie)
Burgess, Eddie (Yellow Hair)
Burglar alarms
Burglars
Burglary
Burglary investigation
Burgoyne
Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792
Burgoyne, John, 1739-1785
Burial
Burial, Premature
Burleson, Edward, 1798-1851
Burlesque (Theater)
Burning (Execution)
Burr, Aaron
Burr, Thad (Fictitious character)
Burton, Jack (Fictitious character)
Bushrangers
Business
Businessmen
Businesswomen
Butler
Butler, Benjamin F. (Benjamin Franklin), 1818-1893
Butler, John, 1728-1796
Butler, Walter, 1752?-1781
Butler, Zebulon, 1731-1795
Butlers
Butte
Byrnes, Thomas, 1842-1910

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Caciques (Indian leaders)
Caddo Indians
Caddo Parish (La.)
Cage birds
Cahokia (Ill.)
Cairo (Egypt)
Cairo (Ill.)
Calamity Jane, 1856-1903
Calcutta
Caldwell, Matthew, 1798-1842
Caliban (Fictitious character)
California
California -- Death Valley
California -- Hangtown
California -- San Francisco
California, Northern
California, Southern
Cambridge (Mass.)
Camden
Camden (N.J.)
Camden (N.Y.)
Camden (S.C.)
Camels
Campaigns
Camping
Canada
Canadian Invasion, 1775-1776
Canadian Pacific
Canadian-American Border Region
Canadians
Canals
Cannibalism
Canoeing
Canoes and canoeing
Canon City (Colo.)
Canton
Canvas Town
Canyons
Cape Cod (Mass.)
Cape Horn
Cape May (N.J.)
Cape Town (South Africa)
Capital punishment
Capitalists and financiers
Capitulations
Capitulations, Military
Captain
Captain Coldgrip (Fictitious character)
Captain Ironnerve (Fictitious character)
Captivity
Capture at sea
Caravans
Card games
Cardinals
Cardsharping
Care
Cargo ships
Carib Indians
Carib women
Caribbean Area
Caribbean Sea
Caribou
Carleton, James Henry, 1814-1873
Carlisle
Carlist
Carlists
Carnival
Carolina
Carolinas
Carpenters
Carr, E. A. (Eugene Asa), 1830-1910
Carrera, Rafael, 1814-1865
Carriages and carts
Carson City (Nev.)
Carson, Kit
Carson, Kit, 1809-1868
Carson, Kit, Jr.
Carter, Chick (Fictitious character)
Carter, Ethel (Fictitious character)
Carter, Nick
Carter, Nick, (Edith), Mrs. (Fictitious character)
Carter, Trim (Fictitious character)
Cascades (Or. and Wash.)
Casco Bay (Me.)
Casey, Corporal
Cashiers
Castaway
Castaways
Castles
Casualties
Catawba
Catawba Indians
Catholics
Catonsville (Md.)
Catskill Mountains (N.Y.)
Cattle
Cattle brands
Cattle drives
Cattle stealing
Cattle trade
Cattle trails
Cavalry
Caves
Caves/Underground
Cayuga Indians
Cemeteries
Cemetery
Centipedes
Central News Company (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Central Pacific Railroad Company
Central Park
Cerebrovascular disease
Champlain, Lake
Chaplains
Charity
Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649
Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685
Charleston (S.C.)
Charleston Harbor
Charlotte, Queen, consort of George III, King of Great Britain, 1744-1818
Charms
Chatham Square
Chaucer, Geoffrey, -1400
Check fraud
Cherokee Indians
Cherokee Strip (Okla. and Kan.)
Cherokees
Cherry Valley
Cherry Valley (N.Y.)
Chesapeake Bay (Md. and Va.)
Chess
Chester (N.Y.)
Cheyenne (Okla.)
Cheyenne (Wyo.)
Cheyenne Indians
Cheyenne River (Wyo. and S.D.)
Chicago (Ill.)
Chickasaw Indians
Chihuahua (Chihuahua, Mexico)
Child abuse
Child detectives
Child marriage
Child soldiers
Children
Children of the rich
Children with disabilities
Chileans
Chilkoot Pass
Chillicothe (Clark County, Ohio)
Chiloé Island (Chile)
Chimpanzees
Chin Chin (Fictitious character)
China
Chinatown
Chinatown (New York, N.Y.)
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.)
Chinese
Chinese Americans
Chivalry
Choctaw Indians
Cholula (Hidalgo, Mexico)
Chouteau County (Mont.)
Christian life
Christianity
Christians
Christie, Gabriel, 1722-1799
Christie, John, Ensign
Christmas
Christmas stories
Chronic diseases
Church buildings
Church of England
Church of Israel (Schell City, Mo.)
Church, Benjamin, 1639-1718
Chuska Mountains (Ariz. and N.M.)
Cibolo (Tex.)
Cigar industry
Cimarron
Cimarron (N.M.)
Cincinnati (Ohio)
Cinnabar
Ciphers
Circumnavigation
Circus
Circus and carnival stories
Circus animals
Circus performers
Circus trains
City and town life
Civil War
Civil War stories
Civilization
Claiborne, William C. C. (William Charles Cole), 1775-1817
Claims against decedents' estates
Clairvoyance
Clairvoyants
Clark, Daniel, Jr., 1766-1813
Clark, George Rogers, 1752-1818
Clark, Jack (Fictitious character)
Claus, Daniel, 1727-1787
Clergy
Clerks
Clerks (Retail trade)
Cleveland (Ohio)
Cliff-dwellings
Cliffs
Clinton Prison (Dannemora, N.Y.)
Clinton, Henry, Sir, 1738?-1795
Clothing and dress
Clowns
Clubs
Clumsiness
Cluny, The Traitor
Coacoochee, Seminole chief, approximately 1810-
Coal mines and mining
Coal Mining
Cobras
Cock Hill Fort
Cockfighting
Code and cipher stories
Coe, Philip Houston, 1839-1871
Coeur d'Alene (Idaho)
Coeur d'Alene Miners' Strike, Idaho, 1892
Coeur d'Alene Mining District (Idaho)
Coffee, John, 1772-1833
Coffins
Cohasset (Mass.)
Cold cases (Criminal investigation)
Colesberg (South Africa)
College stories
College students
Collisions at sea
Colombo (Sri Lanka)
Colonel
Colonel Plongeur (Fictitious character)
Colonies
Colonists
Colorado
Colorado Plateau
Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)
Colt firearms
Colt revolver
Columbia River
Comanche Indians
Combat
Comedians
Comets
Comic
Commerce
Commission merchants
Competition
Competitions
Compulsive gamblers
Compulsive gambling
Comstock, William A. (William Averill), 1842-1868
Conduct of court proceedings
Conduct of life
Coney Island
Coney Island (New York, N.Y.)
Confederate States of America
Confederate States of America -- Army of Northern Virginia
Confession (Law)
Confession stories
Confidence Persons
Conflict of laws
Connecticut
Connecticut River
Connemara (Ireland)
Connors, Con (Conroy) (Fictitious character)
Conquerors
Consortia
Conspiracies
Conspiracy
Constitution (Frigate)
Contempt (Attitude)
Contests
Contracting
Contractors
Contracts
Convents
Convicts
Cook, D. J. (David J.), 1840-1907
Cooking, American
Coon Alley (New York)
Coosa Indians
Copper mines and mining
Copper Mining
Corinth (Miss.)
Cornwall (N.Y.)
Cornwallis
Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis, Marquis, 1738-1805
Coronation
Coronations
Coroners
Corporations
Corridors
Corrupt practices
Corruption
Cortés, Hernán, 1485-1547
Cortina, Juan N. (Juan Nepomuceno), 1824-1894
Corvettes (Warships)
Cosmopolitan Express Company
Cossacks
Costume
Cotton trade
Counterfeiters
Counterfeiting
Counterfeits and counterfeiting
Country life
County Fair
Coups d'état
Courage
Courtesans
Courts-martial and courts of inquiry
Courtship
Cousins
Cow Pens
Cowardice
Cowboy Chris (Fictitious character)
Cowboys
Cowgirls
Coyote
Crawford, Jack, 1847-1917
Crazy Horse, approximately 1842-1877
Cree Indians
Creek Bridge
Creek Indians
Creek War, 1813-1814
Crematoriums
Creoles
Cretans
Crete (Greece)
Crew
Cricket
Crime
Crimean War, 1853-1856
Crimes of passion
Criminal attempt
Criminal investigation
Criminals
Cripple Creek
Crockett, Davy, 1786-1836
Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658
Crook, General
Croquet
Cross-dressing
Crossbows
Croton Falls (N.Y.)
Crow Indians
Cruelty
Crusades
Cryptograms
Cryptography
Cuauhtemoc, Emperor of Mexico, 1495?-1525
Cuba
Cuban
Cubans
Cult
Cults
Cumberland River Valley (Ky. and Tenn.)
Cunningham, Bill
Curling
Currytown
Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), 1839-1876
Custody of children
Cuyler, Abraham, 1742-1810
Cycling
Cyclists
Cyclones

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Daggers
Dainty Lance (Lancelot Daintree) (Fictitious character)
Dakota
Dakota Dan (Fictitious character)
Dakota Indians
Dakota Territory
Dakota War, Minnesota, 1862
Dalton, Kit, 1843-1920
Damascus (Syria)
Dams
Dan River
Dance
Dance halls
Dance parties
Dance teachers
Dandies
Dandy Dan (Fictitious character)
Dandy Dick (Dick Darrel) (Fictitious character)
Danes
Danger perception
Danites
Danites (Mormon Church)
Dannemora (N.Y.)
Danton, Mercedes (Fictitious character)
Daredevils
Darnah (Libya)
Darrah
Daughters
Daveiss, Joseph Hamilton, 1774-1811
Davenport (N.Y.)
Davies, Christian, 1667-1739
Davis
Davis, Jefferson, 1808-1889
Davis, Major
Dawson
Dawson, Tom (Fictitious character)
Day laborers
Dazaar the Arch Fiend (Fictitious character)
De Mendoza, Adelina (Fictitious character)
Dead
Deadwood
Deadwood (S.D.)
Deadwood Dick (Fictitious character)
Deadwood Dick, Jr. (Fictitious character)
Deaf
Deaf and/or Dumb
Deals
Death
Death row inmates
Death threats
Death Trailer (Fictitious character)
Death Valley
Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.)
Deathbeds
Debt
Debtor and creditor
Debutantes
Deception
Deeds
Deep diving
Deer
Default (Finance)
DeKalb
Del Norte (Colo.)
Delancey
Delaware Indians
Delaware River
Delaware River (N.Y.-Del. and N.J.)
Delusions
Demonology
Denmark Strait
Denver (Colo.)
Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company
Denver Dan (Fictitious character)
Depressed persons
Derringer pistols
Derrington, Dan (Fictitious character)
Des Moines River
Des Moines River Valley
Desbrosses Street (New York)
Desert
Desertion, Naval
Deserts
Design and construction
Desmond Dare (Fictitious character)
Despair
Desperate Duke (Duke Dudley) (Fictitious character)
Despotism
Detective
Detective and mystery stories
Detective Burr (Thaddeus Burr) (Fictitious character)
Detective Payne (Fictitious character)
Detectives
Detroit (Mich.)
Devil
Devon (England)
Diamond deposits
Diamond jewelry
Diamond mines and mining
Diamond Mining
Diamond smuggling
Diamonds
Diaries
Díaz del Castillo, Bernal, 1496-1584
Dice games
Dick Doom (Fictitious character)
Didactic fiction
Dime novels
Dime Novels -- Bibliography.
Dime Novels -- Primary Sources.
Dime Novels -- Scholarship
Dime novels, American
Disappearances (Parapsychology)
Disappeared persons
Disappointment
Disasters
Diseases
Disguise
Disinheritance
Dismal Swamp
Dismissal of
Distillation apparatus
Distilling, Illicit
District 96
Divorce
Divorced women
Docks
Dodge City (Kan.)
Dog trainers
Dogs
Domestic fiction
Donkeys
Doppelgängers
Dorchester, Guy Carleton, Baron, 1724-1808
Dorrant, James (Fictitious character)
Double Sight (Fictitious character)
Dower
Doxstader
Doyer Street
Dragons
Dragoons
Drama
Dream interpretation
Dreams
Dressmaking
Drinking of alcoholic beverages
Driving of horse-drawn vehicles
Drowning
Drowning victims
Drug dealers
Drug traffic
Drugs
Drum Point (Md.)
Drummond, William, -1677
Dublin
Dublin (Ireland)
Dubuc de Rivery, Aimée, 1776-1817
Duck shooting
Ducks
Dudie Dunne (Fictitious character)
Dueling
Dumont, Daniel Boone, Major
Dundergerg
Dupont Street
Durango (Colo.)
Durango (Durango, Mexico)
Dutch
Dutch Americans
Dutch Dan (Fictitious character)
Dvina Bay (Russia)
Dwarf
Dwarfism
Dwarfs
Dwarfs (Persons)
Dyes and dyeing
Dying declarations
Dynamite

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Earthquakes
East (U.S.)
East Asia
East India Company
East India Company -- Army
East Indians
East Indies
East River (N.Y.)
East Side
East Side (New York)
Eaton, William, 1764-1811
Eavesdropping
Eccentrics and eccentricities
Echo Canyon (Colo.)
Editing
Editorial
Editors
Education
Egypt
Egyptians
Egyptologists
Eighteenth century
El Dorado County (Calif.)
El Paso (Tex.)
El Rubio Bravo (Olaf Svenson) (Fictitious character)
Elections
Electric apparatus and appliances
Electric automobiles
Electric batteries
Electric circuits
Electric machines
Electric shock
Electric vehicles
Electrical injuries
Electricians
Electricity
Electrocution
Elephants
Elizabeth (N.J.)
Elizabeth River
Elk
Elko (Nev.)
Elopement
Elves
Embezzlement
Embezzlement investigation
Embroidery
Emeralds
Emigration and immigration
Emotions
Employee theft
Employees
Enemies
England
England -- London
England and Wales -- Army
English
Entertainers
Entrepreneurship
Envy
Epidemics
Equality
Equestrian accidents
Erie
Erie (Pa.)
Erie, Lake
Errors
Escaped prisoners
Escapes
Escobedo, Mariano, 1826-1902
Eskimos
Esmeralda (Fictitious character)
Espionage
Espionage, Russian
Essex Street (New York)
Estates (Law)
Ethan
Etherington, George, 1733-
Ethnic relations
Etiquette
Eunuchs
Europe
Eutaw Springs, Battle of, S.C., 1781
Evangelistic work
Everglades
Everglades (Fla.)
Eviction
Evidence
Evidence fabrication
Evidence, Circumstantial
Evidence, Criminal
Evolution
Ex-convicts
Executions and executioners
Executives
Executors and administrators
Exeter, John Holland, Duke of, 1352-1400
Exile (Punishment)
Exiles
Explorers
Explosions
Explosives, Military
Express service
Express trains
Extinct cities
Extortion
Extortion investigation
Extras (Actors)

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Factories
Faial Island (Azores)
Fair Oaks, Battle of, Va., 1862
Fairfield
Fairies
Fakirs
Fall River (Mass.)
Falls
Falls, Captain
False arrest
False imprisonment
False personation
Fame
Families
Family relationships
Family secrets
Fan Tan
Fandangos
Fannin, James Walker, 1804?-1836
Fans (Persons)
Fantasy fiction
Farley, Buck (Fictitious character)
Farmers
Farming
Farms
Fascism
Fate and fatalism
Father and child
Fathers and daughters
Fathers and sons
Fathers of authors
Fear
Feather River (Calif.)
Fees
Feller, Henrietta, 1800-1868
Female friendship
Female impersonators
Female offenders
Feminism
Femmes fatales
Fences
Fencing
Fenton
Ferguson
Ferret, Bob (Fictitious character)
Ferries
Ferris wheels
Ferry Boats
Ferryboat captains
Festivals
Fever
Fiction
Fiddlers
Fifth Avenue
Fight at
Figure skating
Figurines
Fiji
Finance
Financial
Fink, Mike
Fire
Fire Bomb Jack (Fictitious character)
Fire chiefs
Fire eating
Fire engines
Fire fighters
Fire fighters and firefighting stories
Firearms
Firefighting
Fires
Firing squads (Execution)
Fishers
Fishing
Five Finger Rapids
Five Points
Five Points (New York, N.Y.)
Flatboats
Flirting
Floods
Florida
Florida Keys (Fla.)
Florists
Floyd, John B. (John Buchanan), 1806-1863
Flush Fred (Fred Henning) (Fictitious character)
Flute players
Flying Dutchman
Flying-machines
Folly
Fontainebleau (France)
Fontenoy, Battle of, Fontenoy, Hainaut, Belgium, 1745
Football
Forced marriage
Ford, John Salmon
Fordham (England)
Forest fires
Forests and forestry
Forgers
Forgery
Forging
Forgiveness
Formulas, recipes, etc
Fort Belknap (Tex.)
Fort Benton (Fort Benton, Mont. : Fort)
Fort Benton (Mont.)
Fort Caspar (Wyo.)
Fort Clinton
Fort Defiance (Ariz.)
Fort Detroit (Detroit, Mich.)
Fort Dodge (Iowa)
Fort Donelson, Battle of, Tenn., 1862
Fort Duncan (Tex.)
Fort Edward (N.Y.)
Fort Fetterman (Wyo.)
Fort George
Fort Griswold
Fort Hamilton (N.Y.)
Fort Henry (W. Va.)
Fort Herkimer
Fort Jackson (Ala.)
Fort Laramie (Wyo. : Fort)
Fort Leavenworth (Kan.)
Fort Meigs (Ohio)
Fort Michilimackinac (Mackinaw City, Mich.)
Fort Mifflin
Fort Mims (Ala.)
Fort Nelson
Fort No. 8
Fort Oswego (Oswego, N.Y.)
Fort Reno (Okla.)
Fort Rosalie (Miss.)
Fort Ross (Calif.)
Fort Sandusky (Ohio)
Fort Shuyler
Fort Sill (Okla.)
Fort Stanwix (Rome, N.Y.)
Fort Sully (S.D.)
Fort Ticonderoga (N.Y.)
Fort Wahshington
Fort William Henry (N.Y.)
Fortune
Fortune hunters
Fortune-tellers
Fortune-telling
Forty Fort
Forty Fort (Pa.)
Forty Mile
Four Hole Swamp
Fox hunting
France
France -- Paris
Frankfort
Franklin, Benjamin
Franks
Fratricide
Fraud
Fraud investigation
Fraunces Tavern
Free Masons
Freedmen
Freemasons
French
French language
French-Canadians
Fresh of 'Frisco (Jackson Blake) (Fictitious character)
Frémont, John Charles, 1813-1890
Friendship
Frigates
Frio River (Tex.)
Frontenac, Louis de Buade, comte de, 1620-1698
Frontier
Frontier and pioneer life
Frontier Frank (Fictitious character)
Fry, Elizabeth Gurney, 1780-1845
Fugitive slaves
Fugitives from justice
Funeral customs and rites
Funeral rites and ceremonies
Fur trade
Fur traders

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Gage, Thomas, 1721-1787
Gaines, Myra Clark, 1805-1885
Galveston (Tex.)
Galway (Ireland)
Gamblers
Gambling
Gambling and crime
Gambling on river boats
Games
Gansevoort, Peter, 1749-1812
Gardeners
Garfield, James A.
Garrote
Gates, Horatio
Gauchos
Gazi Ahmet Muhtar Paşa, 1839-1918
Geiger, Emily
Geishas
Gems
Genealogy
General
Generals
Geneva (N.Y.)
Gentry
George, III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820
George, Lake (N.Y. : Lake)
Georgia
German Americans
German Flats
German language
Germans
Germantown
Germany
Geronimo, 1829-1909
Ghost dance
Ghost stories
Ghosts
Giants
Gibraltar
Gila River (N.M. and Ariz.)
Gipsy
Gipsy Madge (Fictitious character)
Girl Heroine
Girls
Girls' schools
Girty, George, 1746-
Girty, James, 1743-1817
Girty, Simon
Girty, Simon, 1741-1818
Gladiators
Gloucester (England)
Gloucester (Mass.)
Gnadenhutten Massacre, Gnadenhutten, Ohio, 1782
Godfrey, of Bouillon, approximately 1060-1100
Gold
Gold boxes
Gold Coast
Gold discoveries
Gold Fields (Nevada)
Gold Lake
Gold miners
Gold mines and mining
Gold Mining
Gold Spur (Fictitious character)
Good and evil
Gorges
Gotham
Governesses
Government
Government publications
Government securities
Governors
Gowanus Creek
Gómez y Damas, Miguel, 1785-1864
Gran Pirámide (Cholula de Rivadabia, Mexico)
Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon (Ariz.)
Grand Central Terminal (New York, N.Y.)
Grand River (Ont.)
Grand River (S.D.)
Grand Street (New York)
Grandchildren
Grandparents
Grant, James, 1793-1836
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), 1822-1885
Grant, Ulysses S., General
Grassland fires
Grave robbing
Greasers
Great Bridge
Great Britain
Great Britain -- Army. -- Butler's Rangers
Great Britain -- Metropolitan Police Office
Great Britain -- Metropolitan Police Office -- Criminal Investigation Department
Great Britain -- Royal Navy
Great Falls
Great Fire, Chicago, Ill., 1871
Great Lakes
Great Lakes (North America)
Great Plains
Great Salt Lake (Utah)
Greco (Fictitious character)
Greece
Greeks
Green Mountain Boys
Green Mountains (Vt.)
Green River (Utah)
Green Spring Plantation
Greene, Nathanael, 1742-1786
Greene, Nathaniel
Greenland
Greenwich Village (New York)
Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.)
Griplock (Tom Crimmins) (Fictitious character)
Grizzly bear
Grocers
Guadalupe Mountains (N.M. and Tex.)
Guadalupe River (Tex.)
Guard duty
Guardian and ward
Guerrilla warfare
Guerrillas
Guilford
Guilford Courthouse
Guillotine
Guinea pigs as pets
Gulf Coast (U.S.)
Gulford
Gunfighters
Gunfights
Gunnison (Colo.)
Gunnison County (Colo.)
Gunnison River (Colo.)
Gunshot wounds
Gunsmithing
Guyon, madame (Jeanne Marie), 1648-1717
Gym
Gymnasts
Gypsies

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Haciendas
Hackensack
Hadley (Mass. : Town)
Hale, Nathan
Hale, Nathan, 1755-1776
Hall, Samuel Stone, 1838-1886
Halleck, H. W. (Henry Wager), 1815-1872
Hammer Throwing
Hampshire (England)
Hand's Riflemen
Hand-to-hand fighting
Handcars
Handcuffs
Handling
Hanging
Hangtown
Happy Valley (Or.)
Happy-Go-Lucky
Harden
Hare and hounds
Harems
Harkaway, Jack (Fictitious character)
Harkaway, Jack, Jr. (Fictitious character)
Harlem
Harlem Heights
Harmar's Expedition, 1790
Harris, Arthur (Fictitious character)
Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841
Hartford (Conn.)
Harvard College (1780- )
Haslam, Robert (Pony Bob), 1840-1912
Hate
Haunted houses
Haunted places
Havana (Cuba)
Hawaii
Hawaiians
Haying equipment
Haymarket Square Riot, Chicago, Ill., 1886
Hazing
Head
Heidelberg (Germany)
Heiresses
Heirlooms
Heirs
Heirs/Heiresses
Helena (Mont.)
Helicopters
Helping behavior
Henry County (Ohio)
Herkimer
Herkimer, Nicholas, 1728-1777
Hermits
Hero (Greek mythology)
Heroes
Hessians
Hickok, Wild Bill, 1837-1876
Hiding places
High Plains (U.S.)
High Street
Highbinders
Highwaymen
Hindoo
Hindus
Historical fiction
History
Hitchhiking
Hoaxes
Hobkirk's Hill
Hoboken (N.J.)
Hockey
Holcombe, Jack (Fictitious character)
Hole in the Wall
Holidays
Home economics
Home nursing
Homecoming
Homeless girls
Homeless persons
Homeless youth
Homicide investigation
Homing pigeons
Hondurans
Honduras
Honesty
Hong Kong (China)
Honolulu (Hawaii)
Honor
Hoodlums
Hootalingua
Hope
Hopi Indians
Horn, Cape (Chile)
Horror stories
Horse dealers
Horse Racing
Horse racing accidents
Horse sports injuries
Horse Stealing
Horse trainers
Horsemanship
Horsemen and horsewomen
Horseneck
Horses
Hostages
Hot air balloons
Hot springs
Hotel
Hotel Industry
Hotelkeepers
Hotels
Hounds
Hounslow (London, England)
Houseboats
Household employees
Housekeeping
Housewives
Houston (Tex.)
Houston, Sam, 1793-1863
Howard County (Mo.)
Howe
Howe, General
Howe, William Howe, Viscount, 1729-1814
Hubbardton
Huck
Hudson Bay
Hudson Bay Fur Company
Hudson River
Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.)
Hull, William, 1753-1825
Human sacrifice
Human trafficking
Human-bear encounters
Humorous stories
Hunchback
Hundred Years' War, 1339-1453
Hungarians
Hunkpapa Indians
Huns
Hunters
Hunting
Hunting accidents
Hunting dogs
Hunting guides
Hunting stories
Hunting trophies
Hurricane Hal (Fictitious character)
Hurricanes
Husband and wife
Hussars
Hutchinson, Buff (Fictitious character)
Hydraulic mining
Hypnotism
Hypnotism and crime
Hypnotists

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Ice Boating
Ice Making
Ice Skating
Ice-boats
Icebergs
Iceland
Idaho
Idaho Springs (Colo.)
Idaho Territory
Idols and images
Illegitimacy
Illegitimate children
Illinois
Illinois Indians
Imaginary wars and battles
Immigrants
Impediments to marriage
Imperialism
Impersonation
Imports
Impostors and imposture
Imprisonment
Inaccessible Island (Tristan da Cunha)
Incas
Indentured servants
Independence (Mo.)
India
India -- Army
Indian
Indian -- Apache
Indian agents
Indian captivities
Indian freemasons
Indian magic
Indian Ocean
Indian outlaws
Indian River
Indian scouts
Indian slaves
Indian traders
Indian women
Indian women shamans
Indiana
Indianapolis (Ind.)
Indians
Indians of Mexico
Indians of North America
Indians of South America
Indians of the West Indies
Indigenous peoples
Indonesia
Industrial
Industrialists
Infanticide
Infants
Infants switched at birth
Infiltration (Military science)
Informations
Informers
Inheritance and succession
Initiation rites
Inmates of institutions
Inquisition
Inscriptions
Insurance
Insurance adjusters
Insurance agents
Insurance fraud
Insurgency
International crimes
Interpersonal relations
Interracial marriage
Intrigue
Invalids
Invective
Invention
Inventions
Inventors
Investigations
Investment bankers
Investments
Invisible inks
Iowa
Iran
Iranians
Ireland
Irish
Irish Americans
Irish Sea
Iron and steel workers
Iron mines and mining
Iroquois Indians
Ishpeming (Mich.)
Island Carib Indians
Island No. 6
Islands
Islands of the Atlantic
Islands of the Indian Ocean
Istanbul (Turkey)
Italian Americans
Italians
Italy

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Jack and Gil (Fictitious characters)
Jack Winters
Jack, the Juggler (Fictitious character)
Jackson County (Mo.)
Jackson, Andrew, 1767-1845
Jackson, Stonewall
Jackson, Stonewall, 1824-1863
Jacobite Rebellion, 1715
Jaguar
Jamaica
James Boys
James River
James River (Va.)
James, Frank, 1844-1915
James, Jesse, 1847-1882
Jamestown (Va.)
Japan
Japan, Sea of
Japanese
Jasper
Jeagers
Jealousy
Jefferson County (N.Y.)
Jefferson, Thomas
Jeremiah
Jericho (Nassau County, N.Y.)
Jersey
Jersey City (N.J.)
Jerusalem
Jesuits
Jesus
Jewel thieves
Jewelers
Jewelry
Jewelry theft
Jewish criminals
Jewish merchants
Jews
Jews, Russian
Jicarilla Indians
Jinn
Jiu Jitsu
Joan, Princess of Wales, 1328-1385
Jockeys
John Street (New York)
John, of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, 1340-1399
Johnson Greens
Johnson's Mill
Johnson, Frank W. (Frank White), 1799-1884
Johnson, John, Sir, 1742-1830
Johnson, William Samuel, 1727-1819
Johnson, William, 1715-1774
Johnston, Albert Sidney, 1803-1862
Johnston, Joseph E. (Joseph Eggleston), 1807-1891
Joliet
Jones, Ida (Fictitious character)
Jones, John Paul, 1747-1792
Jones, Paul
Joplin
Jornada del Muerto Road (N.M.)
Journalists
Judge Lynch
Judges
Judicial corruption
Judicial error
Judson, E. Z. C. (Edward Zane Carroll), 1822 or 1823-1886
Jumping
Jungle
Jungles
Juniata River Valley (Pa.)
Justice
Justifiable homicide

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Kainah Indians
Kamchatka Peninsula (Russia)
Kamchatskai︠a︡ oblastʹ (Russia)
Kanak (New Caledonian people)
Kanawha River (W. Va.)
Kanawha River Valley (W. Va.)
Kane, Elisha Kent, 1820-1857.
Kansas
Kansas City (Kan.)
Kansas City (Mo.)
Kansas Territory
Kaskaskia (Ill.)
Katahdin, Mount (Me.)
Kegs
Kelly
Keno
Kenton, Simon
Kenton, Simon, 1755-1836
Kentucky
Kentucky River
Kettle Green
Kickapoo Indians
Kidd, Captain
Kidd, William, -1701
Kidnapping
Kimberley (South Africa)
Kindness
King Louis
King Payne, -1812
King Philip's War, 1675-1676
King's Mountain
King, Kit (Clifford King) (Fictitious character)
Kings and rulers
Kingsbridge
Kingston
Kiowa Indians
Kipp's Bay
Kit Bandy (Fictitious character)
Klamath Indians
Klamath Mountains (Calif. and Or.)
Klondike
Klondike gold rush stories
Knife fighting
Knife throwing
Knights and knighthood
Knights of Labor
Knyphausen, Wilhelm, Baron von
Kolkata (India)
Konstantin Pavlovich, Grand Duke of Russia, 1779-1831
Koreans
Kosciusko
Kyphosis

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Labor
Labor unions
Labrador (N.L.)
Lacey, General
Lafayette
Lafayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de, 1757-1834
Laffite, Jean
Lake Champlain
Lake Erie, Battle of, 1813
Lake George (N.Y.)
Lake Targish
Lakeport (N.Y.)
Lakeview (Chicago, Ill.)
Lakota Indians
Lalaurie, Delphine
Lancaster (Pa.)
Land grants
Land tenure
Land titles
Landlord and tenant
Landlords
Laramie Basin (Wyo.)
Larceny
Lasso
Last words
Latrobe, Ferdinand Claiborne, 1833-1911
Lava tubes
Law
Law and legislation
Law clerks
Law enforcement
Law firms
Law students
Lawrence (Mass.)
Lawyers
Leadership in women
Leadville (Colo.)
Leaks (Disclosure of information)
Leap year
Lecouvreur, Adrienne, 1692-1730
Lee
Lee, Charles, 1731-1782
Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward), 1807-1870
Leesburg (Va.)
Left- and right-handedness
Legacies
Legal
Legal stories
Legends
Legislators
Legislators' spouses
Leicestershire (England)
Leipzig (Germany)
Lenox (Mass.)
Leopard
Lesbians
Letter carriers
Letter writing
Letters
Leviathan
Liberty Bell
Life insurance
Lifeboats
Lifesaving at fires
Light Horse Harry
Light infantry
Lightheart, Dick (Fictitious character)
Lighthouse tenders
Lighthouses
Lightning
Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865
Lineman
Lion
Lion trainers
Lisping
Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont., 1876
Little Colorado River (N.M. and Ariz.)
Little Cowboy (Fictitious character)
Little Crow, -1863
Little Germany (New York)
Little Giant (Fictitious character)
Little Italy (New York)
Little Pekin
Little Sioux (Iowa)
Liverpool (England)
Livestock brands
Livingston (Mont.)
Llano Estacado
Loans
Lockets
Locks and keys
Locksmiths
Log jams (Streamflow)
Logan
Logging
Logtown
London
London (England)
Lone Mountain
Long Beach (N.Y.)
Long Branch (N.J.)
Long Island
Long Island (N.Y.)
Long Island Sound (N.Y. and Conn.)
Long Island, Battle of, New York, N.Y., 1776
Longstreet, James, 1821-1904
Lookalikes
Lord Dunmore's War, 1774
Loss of consciousness
Lost articles
Lost children
Lost Race
Lotteries
Lottery ticket vendors
Louis, XIII, King of France, 1601-1643
Louisiana
Louisiana -- New Orleans
Loup River (Neb.)
Love
Love stories
Love-hate relationships
Lovesickness
Lowell (Mass.)
Loyal Heart (Fictitious character)
Lumber camps
Lumber trade
Lumbering
Lumbermen
Lydia
Lynching
Lyon, Nathaniel, -1861
Lyon, Patrick, 1779-1829

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M'Crea, Jane
Mad Tom (Fictitious character)
Madawaska (Me.)
Madison Avenue (New York, N.Y.)
Madison, Dolly, 1768-1849
Madrid (Spain)
Mafia
Magic
Magic Dick (Fictitious character)
Magic tricks
Magicians
Magruder, John Bankhead, 1807-1871
Maiden Lane
Mail
Mail fraud
Mail/Express Robbery
Maine
Major
Major Sunshine (Fictitious character)
Malays (Asian people)
Malaysians
Malcolm (Weir) the Wonder (Fictitious character)
Male college students
Male impersonators
Malet, Charles (Fictitious character)
Malicious accusation
Maloney, Danny (Fictitious character)
Maltese
Malvern Hill, Battle of, Va., 1862
Mamelukes
Mammoth Cave
Man-woman relationships
Mandan Indians
Mangas Coloradas (Apache chief), -1863?
Manhattan (New York, N.Y.)
Mania
Manitou (Algonquian deity)
Manners and customs
Maps
Maricopa Indians
Marina, approximately 1505-approximately 1530
Marion, Francis
Marion, Francis, 1732-1795
Mariticide
Mark Magic (Fictitious character)
Marlowe, Marion (Fictitious character)
Marquette (Mich.)
Marriage
Marriage brokerage
Marriage customs and rites
Marriage proposals
Marriage service
Marriage settlements
Marshals
Martyrs
Maryland
Maryland -- Baltimore
Mascots
Masks
Masons
Masquerades
Massachusetts
Massachusetts Bay (Mass.)
Massacre survivors
Massacres
Massasoit, 1580-1661
Mastiff breeds
Mather, Cotton, 1663-1728
Matriarchy
Maumee River (Ind. and Ohio)
Mauna Loa (Hawaii Island, Hawaii)
Maure (African people)
Mauritius
Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, 1832-1867
May-December romances
Mayors
McClellan, George B. (George Brinton), 1826-1885
McClusky, George W., 1861-1912
McCrea, Jane, 1753-1777
McCulloch's Texas Rangers
McDonald, Flora
McDowell, Irvin, 1818-1885
Meadows, Charles Henson, 1860-1932
Meagher, Thomas Francis, 1823-1867
Mecca (Saudi Arabia)
Mechanic
Mechanics
Mecklenburg District
Medical
Medical colleges
Medicine
Medicine Bow Mountains (Colo. and Wyo.)
Medina River (Tex.)
Mediterranean Sea
Meigs County (Ohio)
Meigs, Colonel
Meiji, Emperor of Japan, 1852-1912
Mejía, Tomás, 1820-1867
Melancholy
Melrose (Scottish Borders, Scotland)
Memphis (Tenn.)
Men
Menageries
Mental illness
Mentally ill
Mentally ill offenders
Mephistopheles (Legendary character)
Mercenary troops
Mercer
Mercer Street (New York)
Merchandising
Merchant ships
Merchants
Merriam, Henry C. (Henry Clay), 1837-1912
Merrimack River (N.H. and Mass.)
Merritt, Wesley, 1834-1910
Mescalero Indians
Mesmerism
Mesmerists
Messenger Boy
Messengers
Messianism
Metsys, Quentin, 1465 or 6-1530
Mexican
Mexican Americans
Mexican War
Mexican War, 1846-1848
Mexican-American Border Region
Mexicans
Mexico
Mexico City (Mexico)
Mexico, Gulf of
Miami Indians
Miami River (Fla.)
Miami River Valley (Ohio)
Mica mines and mining
Michigan
Michigan, Lake
Micmac Indians
Middle Ages
Middle Atlantic States
Middleton, George W. (William), 1866-1938
Midget
Midshipmen
Miles, Nelson Appleton, 1839-1925
Military cadets
Military deserters
Military education
Military occupation
Military supplies
Military trophies
Militia
Milk River (Mont. and Alta.)
Millers
Millinery
Millionaires
Mills and mill-work
Milner, Moses Embree, 1829-1876
Mine accidents
Mine explosions
Mine management
Mineralogists
Miners
Mines and mineral resources
Mingo Indians
Mining
Mining camps
Mining claims
Mining corporations
Mining districts
Minisink
Minnesota
Minstrel shows
Minstrels
Minutemen (Militia)
Mirages
Miramón, Miguel, 1831-1867
Mischianza
Miscommunication
Misers
Missing person
Missing persons
Mission San Juan Capistrano (San Antonio, Tex.)
Missionaries
Missionary settlements
Missions
Mississippi
Mississippi -- Yazoo River
Mississippi River
Mississippi River Valley
Mississippi Sound
Missoula County (Mont.)
Missouri
Missouri Breaks (Mont.)
Missouri River
Missouri River Valley
Missouri Territory
Mistaken identity
Mistresses
Mobile (Ala.)
Mobile Bay (Ala.)
Mobs
Modoc Indians
Modoc War, 1872-1873
Mogollon Rim (Ariz.)
Mohave Indians
Mohawk
Mohawk Indians
Mohawk River
Mohawk River (N.Y.)
Mohawk River Valley (N.Y.)
Mohawk Valley
Mohegan Indians
Moles (Spies)
Molly Maguires (Organization)
Money
Money laundering
Money laundering investigation
Moneylenders
Monk, Hank
Monkeys
Monks
Monmouth
Monmouth County
Monsters
Montana
Montana -- Butte
Montana, Western
Montcalm de Saint-Véran, Louis-Joseph, marquis de, 1712-1759
Monte, Mark (Fictitious character)
Montenegro
Monterrey (Mexico)
Monterrey, Battle of, Monterrey, Mexico, 1846
Montezuma II, Emperor of Mexico, approximately 1480-1520
Montgomery, Charles (Fictitious character)
Montgomery, Richard, 1738-1775
Montmorency no 1 (Québec)
Montour, Esther (Queen Esther), 1720-
Montréal (Québec)
Moonshining
Moose
Moravian Indians
Moravians
Moreland, Jack (Fictitious character)
Morgan's Riflemen
Morgan, Daniel, 1736-1802
Morgan, Henry, 1635?-1688
Morgan, John Hunt, 1825-1864
Morgarten, Battle of, Switzerland, 1315
Morley, Madge (Fictitious character)
Mormon
Mormon pioneers
Mormons
Morocco
Mortgage loans
Mortgages
Moscow (Russia)
Mother and child
Motherless families
Mothers and daughters
Mothers and sons
Motion pictures
Motor Boating
Motorcycling
Motoring
Mott Street
Mottes, Rebecca
Moultrie, William, 1730-1805
Mount Shasta (Calif.)
Mount Vernon (Westchester County, N.Y.)
Mountaineering accidents
Mountaineers
Mountains
Moving Picture Industry
Moving Picture Theater
Mozambique
Mulberry Bend
Muldoon, Terence (Fictitious character)
Mules
Mummies
Municipal government
Murder
Murderers
Murieta, Joaquín, -1853
Murphy, Patsy (Fictitious character)
Murphy, Timothy, 1751-1818
Murray (Idaho)
Musgrove, Mary, 1700-1765
Music
Musicians
Muskegon (Mich.)
Muskingum River Valley (Ohio)
Muslims
Mustang
Mute persons
Mutilation
Mutiny
Mutism
Mystery
Mysticism

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Nannies
Naples (Italy)
Napoleon (Ohio)
Napoleon, I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821
Napoleonic Wars, 1800-1815
Narragansett Indians
Natal
Natchez Indians
Natchitoches (La.)
Natural History
Nauvoo (Ill.)
Navajo Indians
Naval battles
Naval deserters
Naval education
Naval operations
Navarro, Inez (Fictitious character)
Navies
Neapope, Sauk chief
Nebraska
Nebraska -- Omaha
Necklaces
Negotiation
Nelson, John Young, 1826-
Nemo, Captain (Fictitious character)
Nepal
Nephews
Nervous system
Netherlands
Neuse River
Nevada
New Bedford (Mass.)
New England
New Englanders
New Hampshire
New Haven
New Haven (Conn.)
New Jersey
New London
New London (Conn.)
New Mexico
New Orleans
New Orleans (La.)
New Orleans, Battle of, New Orleans, La., 1815
New Spain
New Ulm (Minn.)
New York
New York (City)
New York (N.Y.)
New York (State)
New York -- Adirondacks
New York -- New York
New York -- Stony Point
New York -- Wall Street
New York Bay
New York Harbor (N.Y. and N.J.)
New York Waterfront
New Zealanders
Newburgh (N.Y.)
Newburyport (Mass.)
Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland dog
Newnan, Daniel, approximately 1780-1851
Newport
Newport (Del.)
Newport (R.I.)
Newport, Net (Fictitious character)
Newsboys
Newspaper
Newspaper carriers
Newspaper employees
Newspaper Reporting
Newspaper vendors
Newspapers
Nez Percé Indians
Nicholas I, Emperor of Russia, 1796-1855
Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia, 1868-1918
Nieces
Nihilism
Nikola, I, King of Montenegro, 1841-1921
Nile River Valley
Nimble Ike (Fictitious character)
Niobrara River (Wyo. and Neb.)
Nobility
Nomads
Nome
Nome (Alaska)
Non-fiction
Norfolk (Va.)
Normans
North America
North Atlantic Ocean
North Bergen (N.J.)
North Carolina
North Dakota
North Pacific Ocean
North Platte (Neb.)
North Pole
North River (N.J.)
North West Company
Northeastern States
Northern Pacific Railroad Company
Northern Pacific Railway Company
Northmen
Northwest mounted police stories
Northwest Passage
Northwest Territories
Northwest, Old
Northwestern States
Norwegians
Notre-Dame de Paris (Cathedral)
Nueces River (Tex.)
Nuns
Nurses

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Oases
Oaths
Obeah (Cult)
Obstinacy
Occasional verse
Occultism
Occupational training, Military
Ocean Liners
Ocean travel
Oceania
Oconostota, Cherokee chief
Offenses against the person
Officers
Ogdensburg (N.Y.)
Oglethorpe, James, 1696-1785
Ohio
Ohio River
Ohio River Valley
Oil
Oil fields
Oil wells
Ojibwa Indians
Okhotsk, Sea of
Oklahoma
Old Falcon (Jack Falconbridge) (Fictitious character)
Old Rocky (Fictitious character)
Old Rough and Ready (Ozias Ruffin) (Fictitious character)
Old Tappan
Olmedo, Bartolomé de, active 16th century
Omaha (Neb.)
Omaha Indians
Omens
Omohundro, John Burwell, 1846-1880
One-Armed Alf (Fictitious character)
Oneida Indians
Oneida Lake (N.Y.)
Onondaga Indians
Ontario
Ontario -- Toronto
Ontario, Lake (N.Y. and Ont.)
Opera
Operas
Opium
Opium abuse
Orange County (N.Y.)
Orangutans
Ordeal
Ore deposits
Oregon
Oregon National Historic Trail
Oregon Territory
Organ grinders
Organ Mountains (N.M.)
Organized crime
Organized crime investigation
Orinoco River
Orinoco River (Venezuela and Colombia)
Oriskany, Battle of
Oriskany, Battle of, N.Y., 1777
Orphanages
Orphans
Orphans/Foundlings/Waifs
Osage Indians
Osceola, Seminole chief, 1804-1838
Ostriches
Oswego (N.Y.)
Oswego River (N.Y.)
Otsego Lake (N.Y.)
Ottawa Indians
Otter Creek (Vt.)
Outcasts
Outlaws
Overland journeys to the Pacific
Overland Trails
Overweight persons
Ownership
Ox driving
Oxford (England)
Ozark Mountains
Ozarks

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Pacific Area
Pacific Coast
Pacific Coast (Calif.)
Pacific Coast (Mexico)
Pacific Coast (North America)
Pacific Coast (South America)
Pacific Islanders
Pacific Northwest
Pacific Ocean
Painters
Paiute Indians
Palaces
Palais du Luxembourg (Paris, France)
Palazzo ducale (Venice, Italy)
Palmists
Panama
Pandy Ellis
Panthers
Paperboys
Parachutes
Paralysis
Paramours
Paraplegics
Pardon
Parent and child
Parental kidnapping
Parents
Paris
Paris (France)
Park Row (New York, N.Y.)
Parricide
Parrots
Parson Jim (James Arthur) (Fictitious character)
Participation, Indian
Parties
Partnership
Passenger pigeon
Patagonians
Patents
Paterson (N.J.)
Patients
Patriotism
Patuxent River (Md.)
Paulus Hook
Pawn Brokers
Pawnbrokers
Pawnbroking
Pawnee Bill, 1860-1942
Pawnee Indians
Peace
Pearl divers
Peasants
Peccaries
Pecos River (N.M. and Tex.)
Peddlers
Peddlers and peddling
Pedee
Peekskill Bay
Pekin
Pell Street
Penal colonies
Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad
Penobscot Bay (Me.)
Pensacola (Fla.)
Pensacola Bay (Fla.)
Peonage
People with disabilities
People with mental disabilities
People with mental disabilities and crime
People with visual disabilities
Peoria (Ill.)
Peoria Indians
Pequot Indians
Persia
Persian Gulf
Persistence
Persons
Perth Amboy
Peru
Peter, Sarah Worthington King, 1800-1877
Petroleum
Pharmacists
Phenix, Joe (Fictitious character)
Philadelphia
Philadelphia (Pa.)
Philadelphia Campaign, 1777-1778
Philip, Sachem of the Wampanoags, -1676
Philippe, I, King of France, 1052-1108
Phillips, William, 1731?-1781
Photographers
Photographs
Photography
Physical fitness
Physicians
Pickens, General
Pickpockets
Picnics
Picture-writing
Pictures
Pigeon shooting
Pikes Peak (Colo.)
Pillow, Gideon Johnson, 1806-1878
Pilots and pilotage
Pinaleno Mountains (Ariz.)
Pine Tree Hill
Pinkerton's National Detective Agency
Pinkerton, Robert A. (Robert Allan), 1848-1907
Pioche (Nev.)
Pioneers
Piqua, Battle of, Piqua, Clark County, Ohio, 1780
Piracy
Pirate
Pirates
Pirates and privateering stories
Pitcher, Moll
Pitchers (Baseball)
Pittsburg
Pittsburgh (Pa.)
Pizarro, Francisco, approximately 1475-1541
Placer mining
Placerville (Calif.)
Plains
Plantation life
Plantation overseers
Plantations
Plateaus
Platte River (Neb.)
Playwriting
Pleasantville (N.Y.)
Plymouth (Mass. : Town)
Plymouth (Mass.)
Plymouth County (Mass.)
Poachers
Pocasset Indians
Pocono Mountain
Poem
Poetry
Poets
Pointe Coupée Parish (La.)
Poisoners
Poisoning
Poker
Poland
Polar bear
Polar exploration stories
Pole Vaulting
Police
Police chiefs
Police corruption
Polish people
Political
Political campaigns
Political corruption
Political kidnapping
Politicians
Politics and government
Polygamy
Polygyny
Polynesians
Pomeroy, Philip (Fictitious character)
Pommery, Sec (Fictitious character)
Ponca Indians
Ponce de León, Juan, 1460?-1521
Pontiac (Mich.)
Pontiac's Conspiracy, 1763-1765
Pontiac, Ottawa Chief, -1769
Pony express
Pool (Game)
Poor
Poor children
Pop-eye (Fictitious character : Carter)
Popocatépetl (Mexico)
Popular Culture Association
Port Washington (N.Y.)
Portland (Me.)
Portobelo (Panama)
Portraits
Portsmouth (N.H.)
Portsmouth (R.I.)
Portuguese
Post office buildings
Postage stamps
Postal Service
Postmasters
Potawatomi Indians
Potomac River
Poughkeepsie (N.Y.)
Poverty
Powder River (Wyo. and Mont.)
Powder River Valley (Wyo. and Mont.)
Powell, David Franklin, 1847-1906
Powell, George E., -1920
Powell, William A., 1849-
Power tools
Powwows
Practical jokes
Prairies
Preble, Edward, 1761-1807
Precious stones
Prejudices
Premature labor
Prentiss, Will (Fictitious character)
Prescott, General
Prescott, Richard, 1725-1788
President (Frigate)
Presque Isle Bay (Pa.)
Press Gang
Presumption of innocence
Pretzel, Hans (Fictitious character)
Prevovst
Pride and vanity
Priests
Prima donnas (Singers)
Princes
Princesses
Princeton
Printers
Printing
Prison
Prison hulks
Prison riots
Prison Ships
Prisoners
Prisoners of war
Prisons
Private investigators
Privateering
Problem youth
Procter, Henry, 1763-1822
Prohibition
Promises
Prophecies
Prophecy
Prophets
Prophets (Mormon theology)
Prospect Park (New York, N.Y.)
Prospecting
Prosthesis
Providence (R.I.)
Prussians
Psychiatric hospitals
Psychic trauma
Public officers
Public opinion
Puebla de Zaragoza (Mexico)
Pueblo Indians
Pulaski
Pulp literature
Puma
Punishment
Puritans
Push Ball
Putnam, General
Putnam, Israel
Putnam, Israel, 1718-1790
Puzzle

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Quaker
Quaker Hill
Quaker Hill -- Rhode Island
Quakers
Quartz mines and mining
Quartz, Jack, Doctor (Fictitious character)
Quasimodo (Fictitious character)
Québec (Province)
Québec Campaign, 1759
Queen Esther
Queens
Querétaro (Mexico)
Quests (Expeditions)
Quetzalcoatl (Aztec deity)
Quicksand
Quintan

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Rabies
Raccoon Ford
Race discrimination
Race horses
Race relations
Racially mixed families
Racially mixed people
Racing
Racism
Racketeering
Rackets (Game)
Rafts
Rahway
Rahway (N.J.)
Railroad
Railroad accidents
Railroad conductors
Railroad engineers
Railroad stations
Railroad stories
Railroad Strike, U.S., 1877
Railroad trains
Railroad travel
Railroad yards
Railroads
Railway mail cars
Rain forests
Rain in the Face, approximately 1835-1905
Ramapo Mountain people
Ramapo River (N.Y. and N.J.)
Ramapo River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.)
Ramapo Valley
Ramsour's Mills
Ranch
Ranchers
Ranches
Ranching, Horse
Rangelands
Ransom
Rapid Anna
Rapid Creek (S.D.)
Rapidan River Valley (Va.)
Rapids
Rappahannock County (Va.)
Rattlesnakes
Ravines
Reade, Frank (Fictitious character)
Reade, Frank, Jr. (Fictitious character)
Real estate agents
Real estate developers
Real property
Recidivism
Recidivists
Recluses
Reconciliation
Red Bank
Red Hook Point
Red Hooks
Red Jeff (Fictitious character)
Red Rajah (Fictitious character)
Red River (N.M.: River)
Red River (Tex.-La.)
Red River of the North
Red River Valley (Tex.-La.)
Red Rupert (Fictitious character)
Red Sea
Reedy Forks
Reesey, Cora, Madame Ree (Fictitious character)
Rehabilitation
Reincarnation
Reindeer (Sloop of war : active 1814)
Reinstatement
Rejection (Psychology)
Religion
Religious
Religious institutions
Remarriage
Remorse
Reparation (Criminal justice)
Repentance
Reporter
Reporters and reporting
Republican River (Neb. and Kan.)
Reputation
Rescues
Resentment
Resorts
Restitution
Resurrection
Retail trade
Retribution
Revenge
Revenue cutters
Revere, Paul
Revere, Paul, 1735-1818
Revolutionaries
Revolutionary War
Revolutions
Revolvers
Revues
Rewards programs (Criminal investigation)
Rhine River
Rhode Island
Ribbonism
Rich people
Richard, I, King of England, 1157-1199
Richard, II, King of England, 1367-1400
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis, duc de, 1585-1642
Richmond
Richmond (Va.)
Richmond, Battle of, Richmond, Ky., 1862
Riddles
Riedesel, Friedrich Adolf, Freiherr von, 1738-1800
Riel, Louis, 1844-1885
Right of property
Rings
Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Rio Grande
Rio Grande (Colo.-Mexico and Tex.)
Riots
River boats
River capture
River steamers
River/River Pirates
Riverside Drive (New York)
Road Agents
Robbery
Robbery investigation
Robin Hood (Legendary character)
Robots
Rochambeau
Rock climbing
Rock Island (Ill.)
Rockett, Bob (Fictitious character)
Rockies
Rocks
Rocky Mount
Rocky Mountains
Rodeos
Rogues and vagabonds
Role models
Roller skating
Romanies
Rome (Italy)
Rosebud Rob (Fictitious character)
Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Roundheads
Rowers
Rowing
Rowing clubs
Royal Greens
Royal houses
Royal Yorkers
Royalists
Royall, William B. (William Bedford), 1825-1895
Royalty
Rubies
Ruby Mountains (Nev.)
Ruby Valley (Nev.)
Rugby football
Rugby School
Rugely's Mill
Ruins
Rumelia
Rumor
Runaway children
Runaway teenagers
Runaway wives
Runaway women
Runaways
Running
Running races
Rushville (N.Y.)
Russia
Russia (Federation)
Russians
Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905
Russo-Turkish War, 1877-1878

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Sabbath
Sabotage
Sack racing
Saco (Me.)
Sacramento (Calif.)
Sacrifice
Sacrifice of virgins
Saddlery
Safes
Sag Harbor
Sailboats
Sailing ships
Sailors
Saint Augustine (Fla.)
Saint Clair (Mich.)
Saint Croix River (Wis. and Minn.)
Saint Helena
Saint Joseph (Mo.)
Saint Lawrence River
Saint Louis (Mo.)
Saint Paul (Minn.)
Saint Petersburg (Russia)
Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
Saint Simons Island (Ga.)
Salem (Mass.)
Sales personnel
Salesman
Salinas River (Calif.)
Salmon River (N.Y.)
Salmon River, East Fork (Idaho)
Salsbury, Nathan, 1846-1902
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City (Utah)
Salvage
Samurai
San Antonio (Tex.)
San Diego (Calif.)
San Francisco
San Francisco (Calif.)
San Francisco Earthquake
San Juan (Rio Arriba County, N.M.)
San Juan Basin (N.M. and Colo.)
San Juan Bautista (Calif.)
San Juan Hill
San Juan Mountains (Colo. and N.M.)
San Juan River (Colo.-Utah)
San Pedro Hacienda (Mexico)
San Pedro Huamelula (Mexico)
San Saba (Tex.)
Sanatoriums
Sander's Creek
Sandstorms
Sandy Hook (N.J.)
Sangre de Cristo Mountains (Colo. and N.M.)
Santa Anna, Antonio López de, 1794?-1876
Santa Fe (N.M.)
Santa Fe National Historic Trail
Santa Fe Trail
Santee
Santee River Valley (S.C.)
Saratoga
Saratoga Campaign, N.Y., 1777
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan River (Sask. and Man.)
Satanism
Sauk chief Black Hawk, 1767-1838
Sauk Indians
Savage's Station, Battle of, Va., 1862
Savannah
Savannah (Ga.)
Savannah River (Ga. and S.C.)
Sawmills
Scalping
Scandinavian
Scars
Schell City (Mo.)
Schenectady (N.Y.)
School
School -- West Point
School -- Yale
School and sports stories
School principals
School stories
Schoolboys
Schools
Schuyler, General
Schuyler, Philip John, 1733-1804
Schuylkill River (Pa.)
Schuylkill River Valley (Pa.)
Science Fiction
Scientists
Scioto River (Ohio)
Scotland
Scots
Scottish Americans
Scouting (Reconnaissance)
Scouts (Reconnaissance)
Scouts and scouting
Scrap metal industry
Scylla the Sea Robber (Fictitious character)
Sea
Sea -- Castaway
Sea -- Coastal
Sea -- Military
Sea -- Polar
Sea -- Submarine
Sea monsters
Sea stories
Seagirt
Seances
Search and rescue operations
Secrecy
Secret service
Secret societies
Securities fraud
Seduction
Self-defense
Self-defense (Law)
Selfishness
Selkirk, Dunbar Douglas, Earl of, 1722-1799
Seminarians
Seminole Indians
Seminole War, 1st, 1817-1818
Seminole War, 2nd, 1835-1842
Seminole War, 3rd, 1855-1858
Seneca Indians
Seneca Lake (N.Y.)
Separation (Law)
Sergeant
Serial murderers
Seven Years' War, 1756-1763
Shamans
Shanghai (China)
Shark attacks
Sharks
Sharpshooting
Shasta
Shasta (Calif.)
Shawnee Chief Tecumseh, 1768-1813
Shawnee Indians
Sheepshead Bay (New York, N.Y.)
Shelby County (Tex.)
Shepherds
Shepperton (England)
Sheriffs
Sherman, William T. (William Tecumseh), 1820-1891
Sherman, William T., General
Shiloh, Battle of, Tenn., 1862
Shinnecock Indians
Ship captains
Ship models
Shipbuilding
Shipping
Shipping conferences
Ships
Shipwreck survival
Shipwreck victims
Shipwrecks
Shoe shiners
Shoemakers
Shooters of firearms
Shooting
Shooting (Execution)
Shooting contests
Shoplifting
Short Story
Shorty (Fictitious character)
Shorty, Jr. (Fictitious character)
Shortys (Fictitious characters)
Shoshoni Indians
Siberia
Siberia (Russia)
Sibling rivalry
Sick
Sierra Madre (Mexico)
Sierra Nevada (Calif. and Nev.)
Sign language
Signs and symbols
Sihasapa Indians
Sikhs
Siksika Indians
Silver
Silver City (N.M.)
Silver Knife (Fictitious character)
Silver miners
Silver mines and mining
Silver Mining
Silver Sam (Fictitious character)
Silverton (Colo.)
Simcoe's Rangers
Simon, de Burley, -1388
Simon, Fraser, 1729-1777
Simon, of Sudbury, 1317-1381
Simple Silas
Sin
Sing Sing
Sing Sing Prison
Singers
Sins
Sioux Nation
Sirens (Mythology)
Sisters
Sitting Bull, 1831-1890
Skating
Skating races
Skeleton
Sketch
Skull
Slade, Joseph Alfred, 1829-1864
Slave insurrections
Slave ships
Slave trade
Slave traders
Slavery
Slaves
Sleep paralysis
Sleeping cars (Railroads)
Sleepless Eye (Fictitious character)
Sleepwalking
Sleepy Hollow
Sleepy Hollow (N.Y.)
Sloops
Slums
Slums and social action stories
Smallpox
Småland (Sweden : Region)
Smith, Joseph, Jr, 1805-1844
Smith, William Farrar, 1824-1903
Smugglers
Smuggling
Snake Charmer
Snake charmers
Snakebites
Snakes
Snipers
Snow
Snow Shoeing
Soccer
Social classes
Social conditions
Social life and customs
Socialists
Society
Socorro (N.M.)
Soft Hand (Fictitious character)
Soldiers
Solemn Saul (Fictitious character)
Song
Sonora (Ariz.)
Sonora (Mexico : State)
Sons of Liberty
Soto, Hernando de, ca. 1500-1542
South
South Africa
South America
South America -- Andes
South Americans
South Atlantic Ocean
South Carolina
South Dakota
South Dakota -- Black Hills
South Dakota -- Deadwood
South Pacific Ocean
South Platte River (Colo. and Neb.)
South Platte River Valley (Colo. and Neb.)
South Sea Islands
Southampton (England)
Southern
Southern states
Southwest, New
Southwest, Old
Southwestern States
Spain
Spaniards
Spanish
Spanish language
Spanish Main
Spanish-American War stories
Spanish-American War, 1898
Speculation
Speed
Speedboating
Spies
Spirit possession
Spirits
Spiritualists
Sports
Sports -- Horse Racing
Sports rivalries
Sports stories
Spouses
Spring Hill
Spy stories
Squatters
St. Clair's Defeat, Ohio, 1791
St. Cyr, Clarice (Fictitious character)
St. Denis, Louis Juchereau, chevalier de, 1676-1744
St. Leger, Barry, 1733?-1789
St. Leger, Barry, 1799-1829
St. Louis
Stab wounds
Stablehands
Stage
Stage and theatre stories
Stage fright
Stagecoach lines
Stagecoach robberies
Stagecoach stations
Stagecoaches
Stalking
Stamford (Conn.)
Stamp Act Congress (1765 : New York, N.Y.)
Standish, Myles, 1584?-1656
Stapleton (New York, N.Y.)
Starbuck, Gerald (Fictitious character)
Starbuck, Idayah (Fictitious character)
Stark, General
Stark, John, 1728-1822
Starvation
Staten Island
Staten Island (New York, N.Y.)
Statues
Steam yachts
Steam-engines
Steam-engines, Curious and unusual
Steamboat disasters
Steamboat workers
Steamboating
Steamboats
Steampunk fiction
Steel Industry
Steel industry and trade
Steel-Arm (Pablo Verrers) (Fictitious character)
Steel-works
Steeple-Jack
Steeple-jacks
Stepchildren
Stepfamilies
Stepfathers
Stepmothers
Stepparents
Stevedores
Stillman, Isaiah, 1793-1861
Stock exchanges
Stockbrokers
Stockholders
Stocks
Stone
Stony Point
Storms
Stowaways
Strangling
Straw, Jack, -1381?
Street Arabs
Street children
Street entertainers
Street Musician
Street youth
Strikebreakers
Strikes and lockouts
Strong men
Stroudsburg (Pa.)
Stuart, Jeb, 1833-1864
Study and teaching
Stutterers
Stuttering
Submarine
Submarines (Ships)
Success
Success stories
Sudan
Sudden death
Suffering
Suicidal behavior
Suicide
Sullivan, John, 1740-1795
Sumatran orangutan
Sumter, General
Sumter, Thomas, 1734-1832
Sun dance
Sun worship
Sunbury
Sunflower City
Superior, Lake
Superstition
Surface Vehicles
Surprise
Surveying
Surveyors
Suspicion
Susquehanna River
Swamp
Swamp Fox
Swamps
Swede
Sweepstakes
Swindlers and swindling
Swine
Swiss
Switzerland
Sword Bearer, -1887
Swordplay
Swordsmen
Sydney (N.S.W.)
Syr Darya
Syria
Syrians

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Tablets (Paleography)
Taboga Island (Panama)
Tahoe (Nev.)
Tailors
Talbot, Captain
Talbot, Dick (Fictitious character)
Talismans
Tampa Bay (Fla.)
Tampico (Tamaulipas, Mexico)
Tandem bicycles
Taos (N.M.)
Tarantulas
Tarleton
Tarleton, Lieutenant-General (Banastre), 1754-1833
Tarrant's Tavern
Tarrytown (N.Y.)
Tasmania
Tatars
Tattooing
Taverns (Inns)
Taxicabs
Taylor, Alfred Bronaugh, 1843-1903
Taylor, William Levi, 1857-1924
Taylor, Zachary, 1784-1850
Teachers
Teams in the workplace
Teamster
Teamsters
Teenage pregnancy
Teenagers
Telecommunication
Telecommunication lines
Telegraph
Telegraphers
Telepathy
Telephone
Tell, Wilhelm
Temperance
Temperance stories
Tempest, Cora (Fictitious character)
Templars
Temples
Temporary marriage
Temptation
Ten Cabin
Ten-Ichi (Fictitious character)
Tenant farmers
Tennessee
Tennessee -- Fort Donelson
Tennessee -- Pittsburg Landing
Tenskwatawa, Shawnee Prophet
Tepexpan (Mexico)
Terra Del Fuego
Terry, Alfred Howe, 1827-1890
Teton Basin (Idaho and Wyo.)
Texas
Texas -- San Antonio
Texas Cattle Trail
Texas Rangers
Texas War of Independence
Texas, West
Textile factories
Textile Mill
Thames, Battle of the, Ont., 1813
Theater
Theaters
Theft
Thieves
Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648
Thompson, Texas Ben, 1842-1884
Thoroughbred horse
Thorpe, Alfred (Fictitious character)
Thousand Islands (N.Y. and Ont.)
Threats
Threats of violence
Throgs Neck (New York, N.Y.)
Thugs (Indic criminal group)
Thunderstorms
Tibet Region
Tickling
Ticonderoga
Tierra del Fuego (Argentina and Chile)
Tiger
Tiger hunting
Tightrope walking
Tin containers
Tippecanoe River (Ind.)
Tippecanoe, Battle of, Ind., 1811
Titania (Fictitious character : Shakespeare)
Titusville (Pa.)
Tlaxcalan Indians
Toledo (Ohio)
Tomahawks
Tombs
Tombstone
Tombstone (Ariz.)
Tompkins Street (New York)
Tompkins, Charles H, 1830-
Tonkawa Indians
Tonopah
Tonopath
Topeka (Kan.)
Torn Mountain
Tornadoes
Toronto (Ont.)
Tortuga Island (Haiti)
Torture
Tory(-ies)
Totonac Indians
Tourists
Towers
Track and Field
Tracking and trailing
Tracking dogs
Tracts
Trademarks
Trading posts
Traditional medicine
Tragedy
Train robberies
Training
Traitors
Tramps
Tranquilizing drugs
Transvestites
Trap Shooting
Trapdoors
Trappers
Trapping
Travel and exploration stories
Traveling sales personnel
Treason
Treasure
Treasure Hunting
Treasure troves
Treaties
Trenton
Trenton (N.J.)
Trenton, Battle of, Trenton, N.J., 1776
Trevelyan, Penryn (Fictitious character)
Trials
Trials (Mail robbery)
Trials (Military offenses)
Trials (Murder)
Trials (Witchcraft)
Triangles (Interpersonal relations)
Tricks
Trinity River (Tex.)
Triplets
Tripoli (Libya)
Tristan da Cunha
Trolleys
Troubadours
Troy (N.Y.)
True crime stories
Trust
Truth
Tryon
Tsunamis
Tuamotu Archipelago (French Polynesia)
Tuberculosis
Tucson (Ariz.)
Turkey
Turks
Turtles
Tuscarora Indians
Tuttle, Tom (Fictitious character)
Tuxedo
Twiggs, David Emanuel, 1790-1862
Twins
Tyger River
Tyler's Insurrection, 1381
Tyler, Wat, -1381
Typewriters
Typhoid fever
Typhoons
Typists

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U.S. Army
U.S. Navy
Ulcinj (Montenegro)
Ulster County (N.Y.)
Umbrellas
Uncles
Undercover operations
Underground movements
Undertakers and undertaking
Unemployment
Union Pacific Railroad Company
Union Pacific Railway Company
Union Square
United States
United States (Frigate)
United States -- Army
United States -- Army -- Cavalry
United States -- Army of the Potomac
United States -- Navy
United States -- Pacific Railway Commission
United States -- Secret Service
United States marshals
United States Military Academy
United States Postal Service
United States. Army. Cavalry Regiment, 1st (1861-1933)
United States. Navy
Universities and colleges
University of Oxford
Unrequited love
Upper class
Upstate New York (N.Y.)
Urabá, Gulf of (Colombia)
Urrea, José, 1797-1849
Ursulines
Utah
Ute Indian Tribe
Ute Indians
Uxoricide

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Vacations
Vail, Ezra (Fictitious character)
Valets
Valletta (Malta)
Valley Forge
Valley Forge (Pa.)
Valleys
Vampires
Van Diemen's Land
Vaudeville
Vaulting
Vendetta
Venezuela
Venice (Italy)
Ventriloquism
Ventriloquists
Veracruz (Veracruz-Llave, Mexico)
Verdicts
Vermont
Verplanck's Point
Vesuvius (Italy)
Veterans
Vicksburg (Miss.)
Victims
Vidocq, Eugène François, 1775-1857
Vigilance committees
Vigilantes
Vincennes
Vincennes (Ind.)
Virginia
Virginia -- Cedar Mountain
Virginia -- Dismal Swamp
Virginia -- Fair Oaks
Virginia -- Richmond
Virginia City (Nev.)
Visions
Vodou
Volcanic eruptions
Volcanoes
Volunteer fire fighters
Volunteers
Voodoo
Voyages and travels
Voyages around the world
Vulture Hill
Vultures

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Wabash
Wabash River
Wabash Road
Wabokieshiek, Sauk prophet
Waccamaw River Valley (N.C. and S.C.)
Waco Indians
Wagers
Wagon trains
Wagons
Waifs
Walking
Wall Street
Wall Street (New York, N.Y.)
Wallace, Big-Foot, 1817-1899
Wallkill
Walrus
Walworth, William, -1385
Wampanoag Indians
Wandering Jew
Wapsipinicon River (Iowa and Minn.)
War -- Taiping Rebellion
War correspondents
War of 1812
War stories
War, Maritime (International law)
Warbonnet Creek, Battle of, Neb., 1876
Warfare
Warner, Seth, 1743-1784
Warnings
Warrants (Law)
Wars
Warships
Wasatch Range (Utah and Idaho)
Washington (D.C.)
Washington Square (New York, N.Y.)
Washington Territory
Washington, D.C.
Washington, George
Washington, George, 1732-1799
Washita River Valley (Tex. and Okla.)
Wasp (Sloop)
Waterloo (Belgium)
Waterspouts
Watson, Duffield (Fictitious character)
Wayne, Anthony, 1745-1796
Wayne, Anthony, Mad
Wealth
Weatherford, William, approximately 1780-1824
Weddings
Wells
Wells-Fargo
West (U.S.)
West Chester (Pa.)
West Indians
West Indies
West Point
West Point (N.Y.)
West Virginia
Westchester
Westchester County (N.Y.)
Western
Western -- Mining
Western -- Mining/Mining Camp
Western -- Mountains
Western -- Plains/Prairie
Western -- Prairie/Plains
Western -- Ranching
Western -- Trapping
Western stories
Western Union Telegraph Company
Weston, Edward Payson, 1839-1929
Wethersfield (Conn. : Town)
Wetzel, Lewis, 1763-1808
Wetzell's Mill
Whalers (Persons)
Whales
Whaling
Whaling ships
Whiffles, Nick (Fictitious character)
Whips
Whirlpools
Whirlwinds
Whiskey
Whistling
White collar crimes
White Horse Troop
White Marsh
White Mountains (N.H. and Me.)
White Oak Swamp, Battle of, Va., 1862
White Plains (N.Y.)
White Plains, Battle of, White Plains, N.Y., 1776
White Scalper (Fictitious character)
Whitechapel
Whitechapel (London, England)
Whites
Whyte, William Pinkney, 1824-1908
Wichita Indians
Wichita River (Tex.)
Widowers
Widows
Wife abuse
Wigmakers
Wigwams
Wild animal collecting
Wild animals as pets
Wild horses
Wild turkey
Wildcat strikes
Wildfires
Wilkie, John E. (John Elbert), 1860-1934
Will
Willard, Emma, 1787-1870
Willett, Marinus, 1740-1830
Wills
Wind River Range (Wyo.)
Wind River Valley (Wyo.)
Windsor (Conn. : Town)
Wine Tapping
Winnebago Indians
Winter
Winter sports
Winter storms
Wire Tapping
Wireless
Wisconsin
Wise, Jack (Fictitious character)
Witch
Witches
Witnesses
Wives
Wizards
Woffington, Margaret, -1760
Wolf Hunting
Wolverine
Wolves
Wolves as pets
Woman
Womanizers
Women
Women authors
Women boxers
Women circus performers
Women detectives
Women dressmakers
Women employees
Women gamblers
Women gladiators
Women heroes
Women hunters
Women jockeys
Women millionaires
Women miners
Women outlaws
Women photographers
Women pioneers
Women postal service employees
Women ranchers
Women school principals
Women serial murderers
Women singers
Women slaves
Women soldiers
Women spies
Women telegraphers
Women, Black
Women, Heroine or Villainess
Wonder Jack (Fictitious character)
Woodward, Frank (Fictitious character)
Worcester (England)
Worcester (Mass.)
Worcester, Battle of, Worcester, England, 1651
Working Girls
World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.)
Worship
Worth, William Jenkins, 1794-1849
Wound in the Side
Wounded Knee (S.D.)
Wounds and injuries
Wreckers
Wreckers (Plunderers of ships)
Wrestlers
Wrestling
Wright, Jack (Fictitious character)
Wrongful adoption
Wyandot Indians
Wyoming
Wyoming Massacre, 1778
Wyoming Valley
Wyoming Valley (Pa.)

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Yacht clubs
Yacht racing
Yachting
Yachts
Yadkin River Valley (N.C.)
Yakama Indians
Yakima River (Wash.)
Yale College (1718-1887)
Yanai-shi (Japan)
Yankee
Yankton (S.D.)
Yankton Indians
Yankton Sioux Tribe of South Dakota
Yazoo River Watershed (Miss.)
Yegg Men
Yellow Creek
Yellow fever
Yellow Hand, 1850?-1876
Yellowbird, Yank (Fictitious character)
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone River
Yellowstone River Valley
Yellowstone Trail (Highway)
Yeomen
Yokohama, Port of (Japan)
Yonkers (N.Y.)
Yorktown
Yorktown (Va.)
Young businesspeople
Young County (Tex.)
Young men
Young women
Young, Brigham, 1801-1877
Young, John W. (John Willard), 1844-1924
Younger Brothers
Yuchi Indians
Yukon
Yuma
Yūsuf Bāshā al-Qaramānlī, Ruler of Tripoli, -1838
Yvonne, Countess of Tierney (Fictitious character)

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Zanabayah the Terrible (Fictitious character)
Zane, Betty
Zanoni the Woman Wizard (Fictitious character)
Zelma the Female Fiend (Fictitious character)
Zulu (African people)
Zulu War