C

Author: 
Ruth Canedy Cross
Volume: 
1
Pages: 
40-69
Years: 
1995
Copyright: 
1995
Publishers: 
Cambridge Historical Society
 

C

 
Cabeen, David C. (editor, 1940s), 37:113
Cable, George Washington (1844-1925; author), 2:42
Cable cars, see Street railway(s)
Cabot, Andrew (Salem or Beverly merchant, 1779)
   buys Loyalist property, 16:76, 78, 89, 90-91; 33:68; 37:25
Cabot, Mrs. Anna (Higginson family friend, 1827), 2:27, 28
Cabot, Dr. Arthur T. (1852-1912), 27:20
Cabot, Eliza Lee, see Follen, Mrs. Charles
Cabot, Elizabeth, see Kirkland, Mrs. John Thornton
Cabot, George (1752-1823; merchant and politician), 16:25
Cabot, Godfrey L. (of Boston, early 20th c.), 43:19
Cabot, Miss Helen (of Boston; b. 1855; educational pioneer), 36:35
Cabot, Prof. J. Elliot (1870), 36:27
Cabot, John (1461-1498; explorer), 21:19; 33:134; 40:101, 102
Cabot, John (landowner, c. 1800), 16:89
Cabot, Dr. Richard C. (1868-1939), 27:33
Cabot, Dr. S. (of Boston, 1860s), 7:81; 39:43
Cabot, Sebastian (1482[?]-1557; explorer), 33:134; 40:101
Cabot, Sewall (c. 1930; electronics), 34:122
Cabot, Walter M. (Harvard 1894; curator at Fine Arts Museum), 27:20, 21, 23; 35:68
Cabot, Mr. (friend of F. Dana, 1780), 3:66
Cabot, Miss, see Lee, Mrs. Joseph (sister of George Cabot)
Cabot, Cabot & Forbes Company, 42:64
Cabot & Chandler (architects), 34:75; 43:155
Cabot family, 20:95
Cabot house (Beverly), 25:68
Cadbury, Prof. Henry J. (Ph.D. 1914; theologian), 36:66
   "Early Quakers at Cambridge" (1937 paper), 24:67-82
Cadwalader, Isaac Guest (mid-1800s), 19:46n1
Cadwalader, Mrs. Isaac Guest (Althea Linzee Livingston), 19:46n1
Cain/Caine, see Cane
Cairns, Claude (electronics manufacturer, 1920s), 34:121
Calder, John Vassall (of Jamaica, c. 1915), 10:48n2
Calderon de la Barca, Sr. and Sra., 23:58-59.  See also Inglis, Misses Fanny and Lydia
Calderwood, Mrs. (Farrar St. resident, 1960s), 41:37
Caldwell, George C. (Harvard 1855; chemist), 4:82
Caldwell, Mrs. Jane R. (daughter of Elias Howe), 14:126, 138
Caldwell, Sarah (orchestra conductor), 41:103-4
Caledonian Mines Company, 25:139
Calef, John (Loyalist, 1770s), 5:74, 79n2, 84n5
Calhoun, John C. (1782-1850; statesman), 10:147, 151; 25:40
Calhoun Club, see Club(s)
Calkins, Rev. Raymond (1930s), 21:65; 23:12; 31:56, 64; 43:122. 124, 125
Callahan, Lucretia Catherine Timmins, see Hill, Mrs. Thomas Quincy
Callahan, William G. (hotel owner, 1848), 37:34
Callahan Playground, 43:87
Callendar (Boston tailor, 1800), 11:44
Calthrop, Rev. Samuel Robert (of Bridgeport, Ct., 1850s), 10:191
Calumet & Hecla Mining Company, 5:109; 11:87; 26:23; 33:50; 35:38; 41:46
Calvin, John (1509-1564), 1:36; 4:29; 22:99; 32:84; 40:59, 78
   and Calvinism, 1:36-37; 11:62; 37:48
      at Amherst, 4:22; 32:33
      at Harvard, 33:56, 58
      A. Holmes and, 4:29; 11:30; 29:70
      Puritans and, 22:99; 32:106; 36:55; 40:77, 82; 43:112
   See also Religion
Cam, Prof. Helen Maud (historian), 44:152
Cambridge, England, 3:11; 13:84; 14:83; 21:20; 30:33, 42; 32:106; 40:69
   Cambridge University, 13:82; 21:91; 34:10, 16; 36:32; 44:78
      Dunster and J. Harvard at, 3:15; 32:62, 66, 67, 111, 112; 33:144, 145; 43:114
      Emmanuel College, 10:92, 96; 13:82; 14:84, 91; 15:24; 32:61-62, 66; 33:136, 139, 144,
               145; 36:55; 40:72; 42:78, 97-99
      founders/early settlers educated at, 1:38; 3:7, 14; 7:17, 74; 10:92, 96; 14:84, 91,
               99-103 passim; 15:24; 30:42; 31:63; 32:61, 110; 33:139; 40:72; 42:78, 97-99
      Harvard compared to, 1:40; 32:112
      influence of, 2:55; 10:92; 15:24; 30:32; 33:136; 36:54-55; 42:98
      Longfellow Centenary greeting from (1907), 2:49
   See also Cambridge, Massachusetts (naming of)
Cambridge, Massachusetts
   agencies, boards, councils, and departments of, see Cambridge agencies, boards, councils,
               and departments
   agriculture in, see Agriculture and horticulture
   "Alice's Adventures in" (Evarts), 42:82
   annexation of, to Boston, 16:85
   bill defeated, 10:187
   (see also boundaries of, below)
   anniversaries of founding of:
      250th (1880), 20:36
      275th (1905), 1:25-53; 32:116
      300th (1930), 27:98-101
      340th (1970), 42:77
   anniversaries of incorporation of:
      1896, 12:67; 37:100; 39:108, 114, 123; 40:23, 26, 42; 41:9; 42:74, 88
      1946, 32:120; 33:39
      1971, 42:77-94
    (see also organization and charter of, below; History, Cambridge [Cambridge of 1896,
               The])
   Annual Documents of, 37:96, 97, 103, 104; 43:149
   annual report (1946), 42:93
   area of, see boundaries of, below
   arsenal in, see Arsenal
   Atlas published by (1873), see Maps and plans
   "Battle of" (sham fight, muster day 1772), 10:18n2
   boundaries of, 14:35-36; 17:46, 93; 22:98; 39:98; 43:116
      and annexations to, 8:20; 20:128; 24:62-63; 43:81
      Billerica grants and, 9:71-76 (and maps); 14:35
      Brighton and W. Cambridge separated from (1807), 17:96; 29:68
      Charlestown (Somerville) line, 14:34, 71n3; 39:109
      fixed, defined (1632, 1641), 16:75; 21:24-25, 30-31, 34, 47; 25:63; 38:111; 39:109;
               42:78-79
      maximum size (c. 1650), 9:72
      Watertown line, 13:81; 14:68; 34:78; 44:178 (see also Sparks Street)
   (see also Fences and walls; Maps and plans; entries for surrounding towns)
   British/"Hessian" troops quartered in, see "Convention Troops"
   building in:
      1600s, 7:52; 8:30; 9:71
      1760s and 1770s, 5:57, 58
      1839 and 1849, 4:32, 89
   "Buildings and Parts of...in Longfellow's Poems" (1908 prize essay), 3:43-47
   as capital of Bay Colony, see Massachusetts Bay Company and Colony
   "catechism" on, 19:10-14
   Centennial and Bicentennial celebrations in, see Celebrations
   as "center of the world," 44:11-12
   charter of, see organization and charter of, below
   chosen as college site, see Harvard College/University
   churches in, see First Church and Parish; Meetinghouse sites; individual church listings
   as city, incorporation of, see organization and charter of, below
   City Building(s) of, 18:19; 30:16, 20
   City Council of, see Cambridge agencies, boards, councils, and departments
   city expenses of (1846-95), 42:88
   City Guard in, 37:91
   City Home, City Mission of, see Charity
   city seal of, 27:31; 33: 152
   in Civil War, see Civil War, U.S.
   confiscation of property in, see Loyalists
   consolidation with surrounding cities proposed (1916), 42:91
   Constitutional Convention held in (1779), see Massachusetts Constitutional Convention(s)
   Court held in (1700s), 10:33n2; 40:132, 133 (see also Court House[s] [Cambridge])
   "declaration of independence" of, 13:84
   descriptions of:
      1804, 42:7
      1870s, 43:154
      1886, 22:106-7
   diaries depicting life in, see Diaries and journals
   directories of, see Directories (city)
   effect of Harvard upon, see Harvard College/University
   election(s) in, see Election(s), political
   electronics industry in, 34:111-24 (see also Business and industry)
   English ancestral homes of founders of, see Britain
   factionalism in, see as "three towns," below
   fencing of, see Fences and walls
   first house built in, 3:52; 14:40, 41; 22:69 (see also Graves, Thomas)
   first mayor of, see Green, Rev. James D.
   first newspaper in, see Essex Gazette and New England Chronicle
   first parish of, see First Church and Parish
   first tavern in, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
   First Three Centuries (annual report, 1946), 42:93
   flora of, see Agriculture and horticulture; Botany; Trees
   founding of, see Dudley, Gov. Thomas; Newtown[e]
   "French neutrals" in, 10:25n1 (see also Acadian exiles)
   government of:
      "catechism" on, 19:13
      as city, see organization and charter of, below
      as town, see Selectmen; Town meeting(s)
   growth of, see Population
   and Harvard, see Harvard College/University
   healthfulness of, see Health
   and historic preservation (funding for), 42:32 (see also Historic preservation)
   historic survey areas of, 42:36, 93 (see also Cambridge Historical Commission)
   history of, see History, Cambridge
   homesteads (1635 and 1642), 22:76 (Map 1)
   inaccessibility of approach to (as advantage), 31:23; 32:58; 33:145; 37:29; 39:25; 42:78
               (see also Boston, Massachusetts [defense of]; Fortifications)
   incorporated, see organization and charter of, below
   industry in (and loss of), see Business and industry
   land grants in, see Land grants
   Laws, Special, Enacted...for, 1781-1890, 43:74n10
   legislature meets in, see Massachusetts General Court/Legislature
   liquor sales in, see Wine and spirits
   Longfellow's poems concerning, 12:46-50
   Loyalists in, see Loyalists
   maps of, see Maps and plans
   mayors of, see Allen, Frank Augustus; Bancroft, Gen. William A.; Barry, J. Edward; Bradford,
               Capt. Isaac; Champlin, E. R.; Corcoran, John; Crane, Edward A.; Daly, Augustine J.;
               Fox, James A.; Good, Mayor; Green, Rev. James D.; Hall, Mayor; Harding, Hamlin R.;
               McNamee, Mayor; Quinn, Mayor; Raymond, Zebina L.; Russell, Richard M.; Russell,
               Gov. William Eustis; Sortwell, Alvin Foye; Stevens, George; Thurston, Mayor;
               Wardwell, Mayor
   "Merchants of...in the Early Days" (1912 paper), 8:30-40 (see also Retail and food stores)
   model of (as of 1775), 42:32
   naming of (1638/9, change from "Newtown[e]"), 1:34, 40; 3:53; 21:38, 79; 22:97; 26:63;
               30:41; 31:63; 32:107; 33:145; 36:53; 39:26, 126; 43:114; 44:47, 61
   old houses of, see Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
   organization and charter of, 6:53-72; 15:37; 22:19, 21-28; 31:37, 56; 37:100
      incorporated (1846), 14:37, 65, 75; 20:86; 25:130, 139; 27:31; 30:72; 31:55; 32:7;
               33:152; 35:95; 36:101, 107; 37:33; 38:24; 39:40, 114, 115; 41:8; 42:7, 84-85
      Plan B form of government, 42:90; 44:90
      Plan E form of government, 41:11; 42:77, 90, 91; 44:87-103
   (see also Election[s], [political]; Wards [town districts])
   population of, see Population; Population statistics
   as port of entry, see Cambridgeport
   printing press in, 3:16-17; 38:89 (see also Printers)
   "Proprietors' Registere Booke" of, see town/"Proprietors'" records of, below
   Registry of Deeds built, 34:99n2
   religious controversy in, see Religion
   reminiscences of:
      1827 (Higginson, read 1906), 2:20-32
      1840s (Norton, read 1905), 1:11-23
      1870s (Howe, read 1952), 34:59-76
      1890s (Crothers, read 1945), 31:7-21; 44:108n2
   "revolutionaries" in, 42:78
   in Revolutionary War, see Revolutionary War
   routes and transportation to Boston from, see Boston, Massachusetts
   school districts of, 35:94 (see also School[s])
   settlement of (as "Newtown[e]"), see Newtown[e]
   sewer system, 22:21, 22, 28
   as shire town, 17:46; 24:61; 39:58; 42:80 (see also Court House[s] [Cambridge])
   sinking funds, 37:94, 100
   size of, see boundaries of, above; Population; Population statistics
   streets of, see Streets and highways
   as summer resort for Boston residents, 26:51 (see also Fresh Pond)
   taxes in, see Taxation/taxes
   Thayer poem about (1905), 1:43-47
   as "three towns," 2:21; 39:112, 116; 42:84; 43:74 (see also Cambridgeport; East
               Cambridge; "Old Cambridge")
   topography of, see Maps and plans
   town/"Proprietors'" records of (Register Book), 3:11, 12; 5:17n1; 10:17n3, 73-74 (notes),
               104; 16:75; 21:82, 84; 22:61n2; 26:72n17, 73n24; 30:36; 31:22; 43:69n1
      begin, 10:91; 22:18
      land holdings traced from, 22:58-79; 28:29-30
      quoted, 5:38; 13:23; 14:36, 37; 17:47; 22:77
   trade and "want of trade" in, see Trade and commerce
   traffic pattern of, 39:117
   trees of and tree-felling in, see Trees
   urban renewal/city planning in, see Cambridge agencies, boards, councils, and
               departments (Planning Board/Department)
   Vital Records of (1915), 26:83n43
   vital statistics of, "Some Vital Errors in" (1921 paper), 15:46-51 (see also Population;
               Population statistics)
   walking tours of, see Walking tours
   wards of, see Wards (town districts)
   "warning out" of public charges from, see Welfare, public
   water supply of, see Water supply
   Watertown area later a part of, see Watertown, Massachusetts
   whipping post in, 24:70, 71n7, 75 (see also Corporal punishment)
   zoning restrictions, in, see Law(s)
   See also Cambridgeport; East Cambridge; History, Cambridge; Newtown[e]; North
               Cambridge; "Old Cambridge"; West Cambridge
Cambridge agencies, boards, councils, and departments
   Board of Aldermen, 20:41, 43. 48, 50, 87; 21:106-7; 22:23-25 passim, 28; 35:87; 37:100;
               39:9, 81n10
   Board of Health, 16:114
   Board of Trade, 41:46
   City Council, 37:97, 99; 39:73, 74, 75, 81n9; 42:31, 52, 90-91; 43:75; 44:87 (see also
               Common Council, below)
   and City Manager, 42:37, 42, 77, 90; 44:87, 91-103 passim
   Mayor Crane quoted on, 44:87-100
   Civil Defense, 36:88, 91-92
   Common Council, 22:24; 37:38
      abolished (1916), 22:26
      members of, 1:32; 5:107-8; 7:85; 10:186, 187, 188; 12:23; 20:36, 43, 48; 22:28;
               25:138; 33:41; 35:87; 39:40; 41:44, 46; 43:26
      school supervision by, 20:42
   Conservation Commission, 42:87; 43:30
   Environmental Planning Council (proposed, 1974), 43:93
   Housing Authority, 44:99
   Planning Board/Department, 36:105; 39:72, 75, 137; 42:32, 33, 42, 91; 43:95
      and urban renewal/city planning, 42:64, 87 (see also Metropolitan District Commission
               [MDC])
   Printing Department, 42:37
   Public Welfare Department, 38:122, 127
   Public Works Department, 42:32
   Recreation Department, see Sports and games
   Redevelopment Authority, 42:32, 42; 44:99
   See also Cambridge Fire Department; Cambridge Police Department
"Cambridge Agreement" (1629), 30:33
Cambridge Almanac and Business Directory, 15:31.  See also Directories (city)
Cambridge and Brookline Bridge Corporation, 14:51.  See also Bridge(s)
Cambridge and Concord Turnpike Corporation, 14:49.  See also Concord Turnpike; Streets
               and highways
Cambridge[port] Aqueduct Company, see Water supply
Cambridge Baking Company, 15:33.  See also Retail and food stores
Cambridge Bicentennial Corporation, 44:193. See also Celebrations
Cambridge Boat Club, see Club(s)
Cambridge Book, The, 1966, 42:90, 93; 43:149
Cambridge Book Club, see Club(s)
Cambridge Bridge, Cambridge Bridge Commission, see Bridge(s) Cambridge
Broadway Railroad Company, see Street railway(s) (horse cars)
Cambridge Camera and Marine, 41:131
Cambridge Cemetery and Cemetery Commission, see Burying ground(s)
Cambridge Center for Adult Education, see Education
Cambridge "characters," 1:22; 13:124; 20:57-58; 22:104; 23:79; 28:21; 30:13-26 passim;
               32:28; 34:53; 42:118-22; 43:10, 31; 44:25, 26
   eccentricities of, 18:32; 23:55; 26:14-19 passim; 27:64; 28:107; 31:9-12; 32:25, 26, 27;
               33:18, 26, 56, 60n12; 38:82; 42:121-22; 43:18-19, 165
   Holmes, Lowell quoted on, see Holmes, John; Lowell, James Russell
   and nicknames of College celebrities, 23:54; 25:115, 119; 44:71
   See also Blynn, Police Officer; Holmes, John; John "the orange man"; Reamie/ Reemy,
               Marcus
Cambridge Chronicle, see Periodicals (Cambridge)
Cambridge City Home, City Mission, see Charity
Cambridge Civic Association (CCA), 44:100-103
Cambridge clubs and associations, see Club(s); Society(ies) (organizations)
Cambridge Coach Company (livery stable), 15:33.  See also Horses (as transportation)
Cambridge Collection, see Cambridge Public Library
Cambridge Common, 4:26, 34; 14:49; 22:97, 107; 24:63; 29:15; 36:94
   barracks on:
      1770s, 11:76, 13:18n2; 33:38, 48; 35:30; 43:71, 72
      1917-18, 14:116; 17:82-83; 43:72
      1940s, 43:72
   baseball field on, 33:39 (see also Sports and games)
   as boundary, 5:40; 28:30; 44:139
   cannons on, 1:61; 6:5-15; 13:20; 20:101; 29:84; 33:39; 35:30; 43:78, 80; 44:18
   "catechism" concerning, 19:13
   clearing of, see trees felled on, below
   "Convention Troops" and, 13:22, 26, 80
   as "Cow Common" or "Ox Pasture," 2:15; 14:45; 15:24; 17:46; 18:46; 22:79; 25:120;
               33:8, 37, 45; 35:29, 92; 36:76; 38:111; 43:68, 69-70, 74
   damage to, in Revolution, 10:51; 20:92
   divided into lots (1724), 14:45, 46; 33:45
   "Election Oak" on, see Election(s), political (1600s)
   enclosure/fortification of, see Fences and walls; Fortifications
   executions on, see Execution(s)
   flagpole on, 43:80
   Harvard Commencements held on, 20:127; 33:38; 35:30 (see also Harvard
               College/University)
   Harvard facing on, 7:64; 18:56; 35:33; 41:128-29
   "highway" across, 21:10; 25:118; 33:38; 37:10; 43:78 (see also Charlestown-Watertown
               road)
   as Historic District, 39:73, 76; 42:34, 35, 42
   "Historical Development of" (1974 paper), 43:67-82, 151
   improvements of:
      c. 1830, 29:71; 33:38; 43:74
      c. 1920, 43:72
      c. 1975, 43:80-81
   as "Little Common(s)," 30:14; 33:39; 43:75 (see also "Deltas")
   as meeting place or military ground, see as "Town Common," below
   monuments and statues on, 1:61-62; 23:71; 30:14; 33:38, 39, 40, 147n5; 36:103;
               40:135; 43:76-78, 80 (see also Soldiers' Monument[s])
   patriot activity on, see as "Town Common," below
   planting on, 33:38; 35:29-33; 43:80 (see also Trees)
   as public park, 43:69, 71-77 passim, 78-81
   railroad near, 38:26, 27, 34
   reduction of size of, 14:46 (see also sales of land from, below)
   roads to (1805-10), 14:49; 16:91; 37:18; 39:64; 43:75 (see also "highway"
               across, above)
   sales of land from:
      1648, 2:14-15; 35:92
      c. 1760 (to Christ Church), 22:77; 23:19
      1961 (opposed), 39:169
   surveys of, 14:77; 42:118
   as "Town Common," 43:68, 70-71
      meeting place for discussion, 14:45; 33:66; 35:29; 43:68, 70, 71
      military training ground, 5:6; 16:80; 33:37, 38; 35:30, 33; 39:113; 43:68, 71, 72, 77, 141
               (see also  Militia)
      patriot activity on, 5:63; 33:38
   trees felled on, 6:19; 17:55; 30:36; 33:37
   War Memorial on, 16:124-25
   Washington Elm on, see Washington Elm
   water main on, 41:13
   Whitefield preaches on, see Whitefield, Rev. George; Whitefield Elm
Cambridge Community Center (1953 paper on), 35:28-29.  See also Margaret Fuller House
Cambridge Community Services, see Charity
Cambridge Country Week, see Charity
Cambridge Crossing:  street railway from, 39:80n6
Cambridge Dining Club, see Club(s)
Cambridge Dispensary, see Charity
Cambridge-Dorchester tunnel, see Tunnel(s)
Cambridge Dramatic Club, see Theatre (dramatic clubs)
Cambridge Electric Light Company, 22:76; 36:96; 39:33; 42:9, 10, 11-12
   1920s plant of, 19:16; 39:133; 40:34
   See also Electricity
Cambridge Esplanade (1897-98), 32:39n28.  See also Charles River Embankment
Cambridge Family Society, see Charity
Cambridge Farms, see Lexington, Massachusetts
Cambridge Field (Donnelly Field), 42:87
Cambridge Fifty Years a City (Davis, ed.), see History, Cambridge
Cambridge Fire Department, 33:39; 36:96
   appropriations for (1845 and 1932), 22:21
   authorized, 22:21; 36:80; 41:8
   company formed (1803), 16:42; 36:79-80
   at Craigie fire (1840), 25:45-46
   fire alarms, fire engines, see Fire(s)
   fire stations, 16:119-20; 30:12, 16, 20; 43:80; 44:10-11, 167
   Harvard and, 34:63; 35:60; 36:83-84; 42:110
      college engine-house, 8:36
   newspaper discussions of, 20:85; 36:117
   volunteer, 10:159; 22:28; 39:9; 41:8; 42:84, 85
   See also Fire(s)
"Cambridge Flag" (1775), see Flag, U.S.
Cambridge Garage (1940s), 30:21
Cambridge Garden Club, see Club(s)
Cambridge Gas Light Company, 15:39; 25:130, 131; 31:29, 31; 37:13; 39:81, 126; 41:32;
               42:8-9; 43:154.  See also Lights and lighting
Cambridge Heights:  "Evolution of" (1960 paper), 38:111-20; 43:7n1
Cambridge Heritage Trust, 42:44; 43:89
Cambridge High School, see School(s)
Cambridge Historical Commission, 41:128n7, 131; 43:33, 88, 143, 146, 161-66 passim
   Advisory Committees, 42:34
   First, report on (1962, rev. 1964), 39:71-77; 42:31-32, 35
   "Progress and Prospects" (1970 paper), 42:31-47
   Report(s), 42:36-37; 43:125, 142, 149
   "Slide-Show" developed by, 43:147
   Survey of Architectural History in Cambridge, 44:135
Cambridge Historical Society
   collections of, in Public Library, 3:96
      removed to Widener Library (1916), 9:61; 11:7; 15:58
   founding and first meetings of (1905), 1:5, 26, 30, 33; 3:5; 10:184; 11:53; 21:72; 32:116
   fund-raising by, in World War II, 29:11
   gavel of, 17:9
   gifts to and acquisitions by, 2:111; 3:94-95,  116-20; 5:32, 47, 48-50, 99-104; 6:47, 73-75;
               8:41-48; 9:79-82; 11:8; 12:9, 58-62; 13:116-18; 14:116, 117-20, 139; 15:5, 8, 10,
               15; 16:11; 17:9; 19:83; 20:15, 18; 25:18; 29:10; 30:7
      bequests, 20:16; 23:15; 24:17-23 passim; 25:143; 26:9; 29:8; 32:116; 37:65, 96,
               115-17, 126-30; 38:134, 135, 137; 44:29n1
      endowment sought (1918), 13:120-21
      models of Revolutionary houses, 44:193
   and historic preservation, 7:77; 20:123; 42:42-43; 43:88-96 passim
      protests removal of Dana-Palmer house, 32:119; 33:34 (see also Dana houses [#10])
   (see also Historic preservation)
   Hooper-Lee-Nichols house as headquarters of, see Hooper-Lee-Nichols house
   list of officers (1950-55), 35:7-9
   Longfellow medal awarded by, 3:40-41
   membership fluctuation, 12:52-54; 16:134
   Proceedings:
      indexing of, 12:57: 42:136
      Tables of Contents of, 42:136-59; 43:173-95
   Seal of (1908 paper on), 3:5-19
   Wright Collection material on, 37:104
Cambridge Home for Aged People, see Elderly, care of
Cambridge Horse Railway, see Street railway(s)
Cambridge Horticultural Society, see Agriculture and horticulture
Cambridge Hospital, see Cambridge (Mount Auburn) Hospital
Cambridge Humane Society, see Charity
"Cambridge Idea," 20:34, 132.  See also Politics
Cambridge Improvement Company (1874), 39:121
Cambridge in the Centennial (City Council), see History, Cambridge
"Cambridge Market Bank," see Banks and trust companies
Cambridge Medical Improvement Society, see Medicine, practice of
Cambridge Motor Mart (1940s), 30:16
Cambridge (Mount Auburn) Hospital, 6:32; 38:124, 126; 40:100
   beginning of, 7:81, 84; 16:115-17; 17:71; 20:105, 106; 33:54; 35:84-87; 39:39-49
   bequests to, see Wills and testaments
   drawing and photograph of (1890, 1906), 39:32-33
   individuals and organizations aiding, 5:108; 6:52; 9:69; 10:169, 174, 181, 193; 12:67;
               15:35; 17:71; 21:60; 24:11; 31:8; 35:21, 86-87; 37:95; 39:39-49; 41:46, 52,
               161, 164
   sites of, 3:55; 14:59n1; 16:115; 17:71; 18:20; 24:65; 32:97, 98; 35:86; 39:42, 43, 45-46,
               49
   trustee reports of, 37:97, 103
   Visiting Committee/Staff of, 39:47, 48, 49
   Woolson Building for Children at, 24:11
   See also Hospitals; Medicine, practice of
Cambridge Neighborhood House, see Charity
Cambridge News, see Periodicals (Cambridge)
Cambridge Nursery School, see School(s)
Cambridge Nursing Home, 43:89
Cambridge of 1776, The (Gilman, ed.), see History, Cambridge
Cambridge of 1896, The (Stevens et al.), see History, Cambridge
Cambridge Park Commission, 39:32n28, 34, 128; 42:85-86; 43:78, 79, 81.  See also
               Metropolitan Park System/Commission
"Cambridge Petition" (1664), 26:74
Cambridge Photographic Club, see Club(s)
Cambridge Plant Club, see Club(s)
Cambridge "Platform," see Congregational Church/Congregationalism
Cambridge Police Department, 22:28, 53; 41:109; 42:130
   appropriations for (1932), 22:21
   and children and their games, 22:52; 41:169; 43:17
   locations of, 18:19; 30:20; 39:69
   organized (c. 1850), 41:8
   station built (Brattle Square), 16:119-20; 17:21; 26:47; 30:16
Cambridge Poor Farm and poorhouse, see Charity
Cambridge Press, The (Winship), 44:64
Cambridge Public Latin School, see School(s)
Cambridge Public Library, 39:57
   benefactors of, 37:96; 42:85
   building of, 34:101, 103, 108
   Cambridge Collection at, 26:56n96, 60
   CHS use of, 2:10, 106-13 passim; 3:40, 95, 96-97; 9:61
      collections removed from (1916), 9:61; 11:7; 15:58
   and Cambridge history, 1:33
   as "Dana Library," 26:98
   History of (1855-1908), 43:150
   librarian of, 8:49
   scrapbook at, 10:72n3
   site of, 18:34; 34:67
   trustees of, 10:186; 41:46
   Wyman papers at, 35:87
   See also Library(ies)
"Cambridge Pudding Stick," 23:55.  See also Hilliard, Harriet[t]
Cambridge Railroad Company, see Street railway(s)
Cambridge Safety Vaults Company, 41:40-43, 44.  See also Banks and trust companies
Cambridge Savings Bank, see Banks and trust companies
Cambridge School(s)
   for Girls (Gilman School), see School(s)
   of Art, 30:16 (see also Arts, the; School[s])
   of Nursing, 12:67 (see also Medicine, practice of)
   and School Committee, see School(s)
Cambridge Skating Rink, 41:146, 147.  See also Sports and games Cambridge
Social Dramatic Club, see Theatre (dramatic clubs)
Cambridge Social Union, 6:29; 10:184; 18:19; 27:99; 37:97; 38:62
   Boys' Club of, 11:86; 21:66
   buildings of, see Brattle Hall; Brattle house
   See also Charity; Club(s)
Cambridge Stage Company, 39:80.  See also Omnibuses
Cambridge Street (Boston), 3:10; 20:102; 30:89, 90; 41:59, 79, 80
   omnibus and horse cars on, 25:132, 133; 38:48; 39:82, 83
Cambridge Street (Brighton), 14:38
Cambridge Street (Cambridge), 16:115, 116; 23:46, 83; 26:98n66; 32:29; 34:99n2; 36:80,
               94, 95, 99, 103, 104; 39:20; 43:80
   architecture on, 26:41; 42:39
   as "boundary" of Foxcroft farm, 23:24; 41:19
   building moved to (1809), 16:48, 92, 93
   Craigie's Bridge and, 10:58n2; 14:59; 16:89; 23:26; 39:113; 42:83; 43:74
   street railway on, 34:69; 39:84, 87, 96, 102, 104, 106; 42:89; 43:38; 44:21
Cambridge Street (Watertown), 14:32-33
Cambridge Synods (1646, 1648), see Religion
Cambridge Taxpayers' Association, 37:94, 103; 42:52; 44:88.  See also Taxation/taxes
Cambridge Tercentary Committee, see Historic preservation (of houses and locations)
Cambridge Thirty Years Ago (Lowell), see History, Cambridge
Cambridge Town Pound, see Animals
Cambridge Tribune, see Periodicals (Cambridge)
Cambridge Tribune Press, 15:11n1.  See also Publishers
Cambridge Trust Company, see Banks and trust companies
Cambridge Union of Social Workers, 18:22
Cambridge Unitarian Club, 10:185.  See also Club(s); Unitarian Church
Cambridge University, see Cambridge, England
Cambridge University Press, 44:78
"Cambridge Village," see Newton, Massachusetts; "Old Cambridge"
Cambridge Water Works, see Water supply
Cambridge Welfare Union, see Charity
Cambridge Wharf Company, 25:139; 39:116, 121.  See also Business and industry (shipping)
Cambridgeport, 11:33; 43:11
   Allston in, 26:99, 118
      paper on (1943), 29:34-67
   architecture of, 26:38-39; 29:36, 44, 62
   boundaries of, 16:46, 86; 35:79; 37:33
   causeway to, 20:91; 35:80; 39:115 (see also Streets and highways)
   churches in, 8:37; 10:170; 20:63-65, 69; 42:111
   countryside described, 26:94; 29:35; 35:82; 37:33
   Dana family in, 11:32n; 16:95; 26:91, 92, 99, 101-3, 118, 120
   early farms and houses of, 10:9n2; 16:83; 35:80 (see also Inman house; Phip[p]s [later
               Bo(a)rdman] farm; Soden farm)
   first schools in, see School(s)
   as historic survey area, 42:36-37, 46, 93
   histories of, see History, Cambridge
   hospital started in, 16:115; 35:85-86 (see also Cambridge [Mount Auburn] Hospital)
   industrial development and decline of, see as port of entry, below; Business and industry;
               Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
   land holdings in:
      1700s, 22:68, 72, 74, 75; 26:120; 33:9
      1800s, 16:44
   land prices in (1817), 6:12
   maps of, see Maps and plans
   militia formed (1860s), 2:39-40
   physicians of, 20:63, 106-8 (see also Medicine, practice of)
   population of:
      1800-1810, 39:110-11
      1870s (native vs. foreign-born), 39:118-19
   as port of entry, 14:60; 16:43, 55; 26:92; 35:80, 84, 88; 37:33; 40:143; 42:83
      docks and canals planned, 7:59; 35:81; 39:27, 110-11; 40:27
      "the Port," 9:18; 39:114, 115; 41:7; 42:83
      "Port Chucks," 26:118; 39:114
   post office in, 15:37
   as separate village, see "Old Cambridge"
   stage or street railway to, 20:54; 25:133; 39:82-87 passim, 89n2
      fare for, 14:55; 15:32; 25:132; 39:86
   town house built in (1830s), 39:113; 42:83 (see also Town House[s])
   water supply for, 25:131 (see also Water supply)
Cambridgeport Church/Parish (formed 1807), 16:46, 48, 85, 86, 94; 34:29-30; 42:83
   "Brick Meeting House" of, 11:42; 16:46, 47, 86, 87; 35:82
   map of Parish ( 1824), see Maps and plans
   and Meeting-House Corporation, 16:44, 46, 47, 86
   See also First Baptist Church (Central Square, Cambridgeport)
Cambridgeport Savings Bank, see Banks and trust companies
Cameron, Russell (merchant, c. 1900), 15:35
Cameron, Simon (1799-1889; politician), 39:15
Cameron Street, 14:63; 39:15
Camp, Prof. Thomas R. (of MIT, 1942), 41:12
Camp Day, Camp Cameron (North Cambridge, Civil War), 7:80; 14:63; 39:15
Camp Devens (Ayer, Mass.):  theatre performances at, 38:61; 40:119
Camp Street, 14:63
Campbell, [British] Capt. Alexander (1781), 5:85n2
Campbell, [British] Lt.-Col. Archibald (c. 1776), 5:69n2. 85n2, 86n4; 6:11
Campbell, Thomas (Scottish merchant; d. before 1760), 19:48
Campbell, Mrs. Thomas, see Inman, Mrs. Ralph (second wife)
Campbell, Thomas (1777-1844; British poet), 28:73
Campbell, Walter E. (architect, 1960s), 39:72
Campbell (poet, 1770s), 26:83
Campbell & Sullivan (Church St. shop, 1940s), 30:19
Canada, 21:19
   American migration to, encouraged (1780s), 40:10
   British hold on, 40:11
   Canadians in Cambridge, 39:118 (see also Population)
   fears of French or British invasion from, 6:6; 40:17
   "reduction" of (1758), 5:56
   Revolutionary War and, 5:80n2; 22:39; 30:66
   See also Nova Scotia; Quebec
Canaday Hall (Harvard), 44:26
Canal(s), 7:52; 14:53; 16:42, 60; 27:75n81; 28:11, 12; 30:36; 39:26, 111, 114
   Blackstone, 40:51-52
   to Brattle Square, 21:79; 39:26
   Broad, 14:58; 39:27, 115, 116, 121; 40:26-29; 42:12, 42, 83
   Cape Cod, 40:49, 52
   Cross, 40:28
   Erie, 40:44
   excavations for, 23:53; 40:44
   Lechmere, 39:27
   in Maine, 40:50
   Middlesex and Middlesex Canal Corporation, 7:60, 65; 11:49; 14:56; 16:88; 22:71; 24:35;
               39:27, 29-30; 42:120
      paper on (1965), 40:43-58
   plans for, 7:59; 35:81; 39:110; 40:49-50,51-52; 44:44
   Roxbury, 21:26, 32
   Santee (South Carolina), 40:44
   South, 40:28
   See also Rivers and brooks
Canal boats, see Travel/transportation
Canal Bridge, Canal Street Bridge Company, see Bridge(s) (Craigie)
Canal Street, 14:51, 59, 64, 65; 16:45.  See also Brookline Street; Harvard Street
Candles and candlemaking, see Lights and lighting
Candy stores, see Retail and food stores (confectioneries)
Cane, Christopher (of Shepard congregation; d. 1653), 6:23; 10:103; 14:98; 22:76 (Map 1)
Cane, Ruth, see Johnson, Mrs. Marmaduke
Cane, [British] Major (Boston, 1770s), 30:63, 65n
Caner, Rev. Henry (1770s), 5:75; 19:48
Canfield, Grace (Radcliffe 1883; Bryn Mawr headmistress), 44:142
Canfield family, 21:61
Canino, Prince of, see Bonaparte, Charles Lucien
Cannon, Carl L. (writer, 1941), 38:102, 109
Cannon, James, see Kiernan (or Cannon), James
Cannon, Marion, see Schlesinger, Mrs. Arthur M., Jr.
Cannon
   at arsenal, 20:99
   on Cambridge Common, see Cambridge Common
   at Fort Washington (ornamental), 43:145
   pointed at crowd:
      in draft riots (1860s), 2:40
      in fugitive slave case (1854), 37:86
   in Revolutionary War, see Revolutionary War
Cano, Reverend (of Cambridgeport, 1819), 16:65
Cantabrigia Club, see Club(s)
Canton, Massachusetts, 21:37, 38; 34:68
Cantor, William (Francis Ave. resident, 1940s), 41:28
Cape Ann (Massachusetts), 21:41, 47; 27:43, 46; 30:34
   naming of, 33:135; 39:24
   See also Gloucester, Massachusetts
Cape Cod (Massachusetts), 40:95
   architectural style named for, 31:35
   early settlement of, 25:62; 33:138
   histories of, 5:17
   naming of, 33:135
   ornamented floors in houses on, 21:55
Cape Cod Canal, see Canal(s)
Cape Elizabeth (Maine), 33:135
Cape Fear (North Carolina), 19:48, 50, 52; 33:137
Capen, Joseph (Harvard student, c. 1680), 11:62
Capital punishment, see Corporal punishment
"Capitalists," 41:44-45.  See also Economic conditions
Captain's Island, 14:44; 22:73; 25:115; 29:35; 30:74
   fortification of, 42:82; 43:142
   as hospital site (proposed), 16:115; 35:86; 39:45
   park use of, 39:36
   powder magazine on, 14:45, 66, 72; 25:119
   site identified, 1:56; 22:58; 25:117
   "Way to," 14:45
Car-barns, see Street railway(s)
Carew, Eliza Jane, see Rolfe, Mrs. William James
Carew, Harold D. (editor, 1915), 20:90
Carey, see also Cary
Carey, Alida, see Gulick, Mrs. Millard
Carey, Arthur Astor (1857-1923; Fayerweather St. resident), 42:89; 43:27
   houses and land of, 43:15, 17, 19, 27, 28, 167
Carey, Mrs. Arthur Astor (Agnes Whiteside, of London), 43:27
Carey, Arthur Graham (Harvard 1914; architect), 43:16, 17, 27
Carey, Miss Emma (Brattle St. resident, c. 1880), 21:109-10
Carey, Frances (schoolgirl, early 20th c.), 42:134; 43:27
Carey, Henry Reginald ("Rex"; Harvard 1913), 43:16, 27
Carey, Mr. (reader at Christ Church, 1807), 9:23; 21:103
Carleton, see also Carlton
Carleton, Gen. [Sir] Guy (1724-1808), 5:89, 92, 93nn1, 4; 22:31, 32
Carleton, Osgood (surveyor, c. 1790), 14:71-72
Carleton, Mrs. Sally (Dramatic Club, 1930s), 38:60
Carleton, William (Carleton College benefactor, 1871), 33:150
Carleton College (Minnesota), 33:150
Carlisle, see also Carlyle
Carlisle, Mrs. Louise Emerson (1960s), 38:78
Carlisle, Miss (second wife of Dr. Brown-Sequard), 23:86
Carlisle, Massachusetts, 14:35; 21:38; 39:109
Carlton, see also Carleton
Carlton, Samuel A. (businessman, 1883), 42:73
Carlyle, see also Carlisle
Carlyle, Thomas (1795-1881; British author), 28:83; 33:69n41; 37:79
Carmalt, Dr. (student of Dr. Jeffries Wyman), 4:84
Carnegie, Andrew (1835-1919; philanthropist), 42:50, 52; 44:147
Carnegie Corporation, 27:26
Carpenter, Mrs. Deborah Lee (daughter of Thomas Lee [3d]), 16:19, 24, 32; 37:22, 68, 69
Carpenter, John Alden (1876-1951; composer), 32:88; 41:99
Carpenters, "college," see Harvard College/ University
Carr, Lucian (at Museum, 1880s), 26:14; 41:165
Carr family (Winchester, Mass.), 34:35
Carret, see also Carrott
Carret, Miss Anna (schoolmistress, 1890s), 42:130
Carret, Miss Frances Weld (1940s), 30:11, 16, 21
Carret, Philip (Longfellow medal runner-up, 1913), 8:9
Carret house (later [Radcliffe] Founders' House), 34:70; 44:141
Carriages, carriage houses, see Business and industry; Horses (as transportation); Houses,
               meetinghouses, etc.
Carrington, Edward (statesman, 1786), 40:11n8
Carrott, see also Carret
Carrott, Richard G. (writer, 1970s), 44:185n21
Carruth, Charles:  house of (built 1892), 43:18, 167
"Cars" and car-barns, see Street railway(s)
Carstensen, Hans L. (president of Avon Home, 1945-57), 38:129
Cartée, Cornelius Sowle, school of (Charles-town), 10:171.  See also School(s)
Carter, Alice, see Vaughan, Mrs. Charles E. (second wife)
Carter, James  Coolidge (1827-1905; lawyer), 26:29; 41:125
Carter, John (author, 1770s), 5:23
Carter, J. W. ("Young Republican," 1878), 20:35
Carter, Robert (1819-1879; author), 25:130, 135
   portrait of, 12:9
Carter, Mrs. Susan Nichols (head of Cooper Union, late 1800s), 34:71
Carter, Sybil (worker with Indians, c. 1900), 17:86
Carter, Thais Atwood (Francis Ave. resident, 1952-59), 41:30
Carter, Mrs. Vincent, see Gookin, Hannah
Carter, William (of Yorkshire; at Botanic Garden, c. 1810-40), 38:77, 85
Carter, Reverend (1642), 30:44
Carter, Mrs. (daughter of General Schuyler, 1777), 13:66
Cartwright, George (king's commissioner, 1665), 24:70n6
Carty, Gen. John J. (1861-1932; telephone engineer), 35:84
Carver Street (Boston), 6:13; 20:100
Cary, see also Carey
Cary, Alphaeus (sculptor, mid-1800s), 25:56n58
Cary, Mrs. Edward M. (Fogg benefactor, 1913), 27:23; 35:69
Cary, Elizabeth Cabot, see Agassiz, Mrs. (Jean) Louis (second wife)
Cary, Miss Margaret Graves (c. 1800), 27:60-61, 79
Cary, Miss Sallie (mid-1800s; sister of Mrs. Agassiz), 18:41; 35:54
Cary, Mrs. (c. 1850; mother-in-law of Cornelius Conway Felton and Louis Agassiz), 18:42-43;
               43:60-61
Case, Prof. Adelaide (at Episcopal Seminary; d. 1948), 36:19
Casino, see Club(s)
Cass, Lewis (1782-1866; statesman), 34:38; 37:82
Castle, Margaret, see Tozzer, Mrs. Alfred M.
"Castle, The," see Fort Independence
"Castle Corner," 44:142.  See also Fay House
Castle Island, see Castle William/Castle Island (Boston Harbor)
Castle Square Theatre, see Theatre
Castle William/Castle Island (Boston Harbor), 9:10; 10:33; 21:97; 32:71; 39:156, 162;
               44:45, 46
Caswell (at Belcher funeral, 1717), 21:90
Catalogues, Harvard, see Harvard College/University
Catesby, Mark (1679-1749; naturalist), 43:138
Catherine II (the Great) (1729-1796; empress of Russia), 3:59-60, 72-73, 76; 26:8889, 93,
               115
Catholic Church, see Church of England; Roman Catholic Church; Syrian Orthodox Catholic
               Church
Catlin, Catherine, see Baker, Mrs. Matthew Bridge
Catlin, John (of Deerfield, c. 1671), 10:171
Cato (name of two slaves, 1770s), 10:69, 74n4.  See also Slavery
Cattle, see Animals
Caucus Club (of Boston, mid-1700s), 30:51.  See also Club(s)
Causeway Street (Boston), 34:70; 38:26; 39:29, 87; 41:79
Causeways, see Streets and highways
"Caution money" at Harvard, 38:16-17.  See also Expenses (Harvard)
Cavanagh, Mrs. Thomas J. (1930s), 35:23
Cavarly, Captain (of S.S. Colima, 1895), 41:157
Cecelia (St. Cecelia) Society (Boston), see Music (societies)
Cedar Avenue (Mount Auburn Cemetery), 25:55
Cedar Street, 3:52; 20:125, 128, 132, 133.  See also West Cedar Street (Boston)
"Cedarcrest" (Runkle farm, Trapelo Road), 44:109
Celebrations
   Agassiz Centennial, see Agassiz, [Jean] Louis
   at Agassiz Museum opening (1860), 43:64
   anniversaries of founding of Cambridge ("Newtown[e]") and of incorporation of city, see
               Cambridge, Massachusetts
   anniversaries of founding of First Church, see First Church and Parish
   anniversaries of Revolution (Semicentennial, Centennial, Sesquicentennial, Bicentennial),
               6:6, 35; 18:28, 48; 20:114; 30:20, 100; 33:95; 42:82; 43:72, 77-78, 87, 95-96;
               44:61-62, 172
      Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition, 18:38; 21:107; 40:100
      plans for (Bicentennial), 42:47, 82; 43:80-81, 86-96, 146, 149
      report on Bicentennial pageant ( 1976 presentation), 44:193
   anniversary of founding of Prospect Church (50th, 1877), 20:72-73
   of Belcher's appointment as governor, 21:89
   of bridge openings, see Bridge(s)
   at John Bridge statue (1882), 43:78
   at Bunker Hill Monument cornerstone laying (1825), 44:172
   of Burgoyne's surrender (1777), 13:20
   "Cambridge Platform" Tercentenary, 32:104-14; 43:123, 125 (see also Congregational
               Church/Congregationalism)
   Cambridgeport Church (dedication, installations), 16:46, 48, 56, 86
   Christ Church Centennial, 10:77
   Civil War Centennial (1961), 40:100n9
   of Civil War victories and end, see Civil War, U.S.
   Columbian (quadricentennial and Chicago Exposition, 1893), 8:52; 23:42, 34:76; 40:105;
               43:158
   Commencement, see Harvard College/University
   Deeds and Probate building dedication (1900), 39:66
   of election victory (1800), 11:43n1
   "Evangeline" Centennial (1947), 33:161
   Harvard anniversaries, see Harvard College/University
   at Harvard Medical School opening (new, 1846), 41:71-72
   Holmes Centenary, see Holmes, Dr. Oliver Wendell
   Hooker Tercentenary (1933), 23:96
   "illuminations" at, see Lights and lighting
   of king's birthday, by "Convention Troops" (1778), 13:61
   of landing of forefathers:
      bicentennial (Plymouth, 1820), 44:172
      Portsmouth, N.H. (1823), 11:25
   Longfellow Centennial, see Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth
   at Mount Auburn Cemetery dedication (1831), see Mount Auburn Cemetery
   parades, 11:43; 14:45
      50th anniversary of city incorporation (1896), 40:26 (see also Cambridge,
               Massachusetts)
   Parkman Centennial, 32:116
   peace:
      1783 (end of Revolutionary War), 19:68; 23:91
      1815 (end of War of 1812), 16:57-58
      1865 (end of Civil War), see Civil War, U.S.
   Washington commemorated, see Washington, George
   wedding, see Domestic and family life
   See also Holidays, fairs, and festivals; Parties and entertainment
Cemeteries, see Burying ground(s); Mount Auburn Cemetery
Census, see Population; Population statistics
Centennials, see Celebrations
Center, see also Centre
Center for the Study of World Religions, 41:31
Centinel, Columbian, see Periodicals (Boston)
Central Massachusetts Railroad, see Railroad(s)
Central Square, 13:24; 26:94n63, 98n66; 36:43, 45; 37:37; 38:124, 125; 39:8, 117; 43:45;
               44:90
   as "Haymarket," 29:36; 35:81
   Post Office, 17:10; 28:112n
   street railway to, 14:56; 39:87, 92, 96, 98, 101, 103, 104
Central Square Baptist Church, see First Baptist Church
Central Trust, see Banks and trust companies
Centre, see also Center
Centre Street, 13:122; 30:88; 44:90
Centre Yard, 22:77
Century Magazine, see Periodicals (general)
Chadbourne, Sarah (in Female Humane Society, 1800s), 9:65
Chaddock, Delphia, see Cook, Mrs. Ebenezer Washington
Chadwick, Frank (living in Paris, 1880s), 23:36
Chadwick, Rev. John W. (1840-1904), 36:64
Chadwick, Dr. (medical librarian, late 1800s), 4:50
Chafee, see also Chaffee
Chafee, Prof. Zechariah (Irving St. resident, 1917-35), 41:34
   "trial" of (1921), 34:13
Chafee, Mrs. Zechariah, 41:34
Chafee, Mr. (landowner, 1930s), 24:64
Chaffee, see also Chafee
Chaffee, Prof. E. Leon (c. 1930; electronics), 34:122
Chaffee family, 36:95
Chalkley, Robert (constable of Charlestown, 1664), 24:72n8
Chamber of Commerce, 36:118; 40:23, 42; 41:46.  See also Business and industry; Trade
               and commerce
Chamberlain, see also Chamberlaine; Chamberlin
Chamberlain, Anita (daughter of Gen. Samuel E.), 16:125
Chamberlain, Herbert (schoolboy, late 1800s), 20:98
Chamberlain, H. M. (church member, 1839), 20:69
Chamberlain, Joseph W.
   notes of, on historic books and resource materials, 43:147-51
   papers by:
      "The First Church in Cambridge, Congregational: Some Events in Its Life" (1974),
               43:111-26, 151
      "Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne" (1978), 44:193
Chamberlain, Samuel (photographer, 1940s), 29:15; 41:131
Chamberlain, Gen. Samuel E. (arsenal superintendent, late 1800s), 3:97; 16:125; 20:100;
               39:12-13
Chamberlain, V. R. (hospital worker, 1886), 39:47
Chamberlain, William Everett (architect, 1880s), 39:47
Chamberlaine, see also Chamberlain; Chamberlin
Chamberlaine, William (of Billerica, 1654), 9:76
Chamberlin, see also Chamberlain; Chamberlaine
Chamberlin, Mr. and Mrs. William Henry (Francis Ave. residents, 1950s), 41:31
Chamberlin & Austin (architects, 1889), 38:123
Chambers, John (on march to Quebec, 1775), 11:78
Chambers Street (Boston), 25:134; 39:82
Champlain, Samuel de (1567-1635; explorer), 39:23-24
Champlin, Mayor E. R. (c. 190D), 40:145
Champney, Daniel (1645-1691; landowner), 2:16; 9:75, 76, 78
Champney, Mrs. Daniel (Hepzibah Corlet [Minott], second wife), 2:16
Champney, Daniel (landowner, 1739), 14:71
Champney, Edward (committee member, 1654), 14:36
Champney, Hepzibah, see Wyeth, Mrs. Jonathan
Champney, Hepzibah Corlet, see Champney, Mrs. Daniel [1st]
Champney, John (of Shepard congregation, 1630s), 14:98
   descendants of, 5:54
Champney, Elder Richard (landowner; d. 1669), 9:75, 76, 77; 10:101; 14:98; 22:76 (Map 1);
               26:69
   descendants of, 19:88
Champne[y], Samuel (1636-1695; landowner), 9:75, 76, 78; 14:71
Champney family, 10:115
Chandler, see also Chanler
Chandler, Charles F. (1836-1925; of New York; industrial chemist), 4:82
Chandler, Francis H. (architect, 1880s), 34:75
Chandler, Joseph Everett (architect, c. 1915), 37:72-73; 44:38
Chandler, Samuel, Jr. (1753-1786):  diary of, while Harvard student (1773), 11:63-64, 74
Chanler, see also Chandler
Chanler, Mrs. Winthrop (writer, 1870s), 23:39n1
Channing, Anne, see Allston, Mrs. Washington (first wife)
Channing, Prof. Edward (1856-1931; historian), 5:21; 27:34; 34:50; 40:145; 41:159, 166,
               167
Channing, Mrs. Edward, 41:159, 166, 167
Channing, Prof. Edward Tyrrel[l] (1790-1856), 1:70; 7:32; 11:27; 25:110, 121; 37:77
   house of, 18:27, 40
Channing, Mrs. Edward Tyrrel[l], 18:40; 28:112
Channing, Elizabeth, see Fuller, Mrs. Elizabeth Channing
Channing, "Ellery," see Channing, William Ellery ("Ellery"); Channing, Rev. William Henry
Channing, Francis Dana (Harvard 1794; attorney), 11:45, 53
Channing, Lucy (Higginson family friend, 1827), 2:24
Channing, Lucy Ellery, see Channing, Mrs. William
Channing, Mary Elizabeth, see Higginson, Mrs. Thomas Wentworth (first wife)
Channing, Susan (Higginson family friend, 1827), 2:21; 25:110
Channing, Dr. Walter (1786-1876), 4:89; 6:77; 7:7[?]; 37:80
Channing, William (father of Rev. William E.), 4:26
Channing, Mrs. William (Lucy Ellery), 21:85
Channing, Rev. William Ellery (1780-1842), 9:35; 11:46n; 22:90; 28:60; 29:22, 34, 40, 78;
               33:153; 44:127
   as critic, 2:24, 32; 4:26, 47
   monument to, 25:56n58; 29:55; 34:91
Channing, Mrs. William Ellery, 29:61
Channing, William Ellery ("Ellery"; 1818-1901; poet), 7:27, 32
Channing, William Ellery (Harvard 1829), 12:15, 18
Channing, Rev. William Henry (1810-1884), 26:100; 37:80, 81
   given as "Ellery," 41:58
   Memoir of, 26:101n70
Channing family, 2:28; 3:63
Channing Place, 1:59
Channing Street, 16:128; 17:100; 24:63, 64; 25:118; 33:99; 43:168
Chapel(s):  of First Church (Congregational), 43:121, 122.  See also Appleton Chapel
               (Harvard); Harvard College/ University; Holden Chapel (Harvard); King's Chapel
               (Boston); Mount Auburn Cemetery; St. John's Memorial Chapel (Episcopal);
               University Hall chapel
Chapel Street, 14:63; 38:120.  See also Arlington Street (Cambridge)
Chaperones, see Society (people)
Chapin, Mrs. E. Barton (great-granddaughter of Lemuel Shaw), 15:52; 25:53n50; 27:88
Chapin, Edward (Boston salesman, 1870s): Lake View Ave. house of, 44:167
Chapin, Fanny Hudson, see Hooper, Mrs. Edward William
Chapin, Mrs. Henry B. ("Susie" Revere of Canton, mid-1800s), 34:69
Chapin, Noah, Jr. (Connecticut ensign, 1776): diary of, 18:64, 65
Chaplin, Clement (of Hooker  Company, 1636), 7:53; 10:102, 103; 14:92, 95
Chaplin, Hannah (in Female Humane Society, 1800s), 9:65
Chaplin, Dr. James P. (c. 1820), 16:65, 66; 20:63-64
Chaplin, W. J. (Shop Club member, c. 1900), 23:43
Chapman, Miss Annie B.
   in Dramatic Club (1905), 44:105, 111, 114
   house of (built 1923), 43:160 (illus. #7 following), 162, 167
Chapman, E. A. & F. L. (carriage builders, 1829-1900), 15:33
Chapman, Edmund A. (carriage builder, mid-1800s), 15:33
   house of, 43:31 (illus. #4 following), 44
Chapman, Miss Emily (c. 1910), 31:48
Chapman, Frank [Francis) L. (carriage builder, C. 1870), 15:33; 16:119; 36:81, 91
Chapman, Frank M. (ornithologist, late 1800s), 24:93; 35:15
Chapman, Deacon John L. (early 1900s), 20:78
Chapman, Mayor (of Boston] Jonathan (1842), 28:75
Chapman, Miss Margaret:  in Dramatic Club (1905), 44:105, 111-12
Chapman, Mr. (superintendent of music, Cambridge schools, 1907), 2:53; 44:15-16
Chapman, Mr. (Harvard trustee, 1915), 41:23
Chapman, Misses:  New Hampshire house of (built c. 1900), 43:160, 167
Chardon Street (Boston), 39:87, 89
Charity
   agencies combating disease, see Disease
   aid to Indians, 17:84-91 (see also Massachusetts Indian Association)
   almhouse(s), 22:28; 37:98; 39:42, 113; 42:85 (see also Cambridge Poor Farm/ poorhouse,
               below)
   Animal Rescue League, 33:41
   Associated Charities, 6:32, 52; 8:54; 9:70; 10:169, 170, 186; 11:86; 18:19, 21; 33:44;
               38:123
   Avon Home for Destitute Children, 7:84; 10:169, 186; 17:82; 18:20-24 passim; 21:67;
               30:17; 37:97; 38:111, 113, 121-29; 41:48, 168; 44:112, 121
      as child-placing agency only, 38:124-28
   the "Bee" and, 17:81-82 (see also "Bee")
   bequests to, see Wills and testaments
   Boston organizations for (1803 or earlier), 6:28
   Cambridge City Home, 20:108; 21:76
   Cambridge City Mission, 10:170
   Cambridge Community Federation/Services, 38:126, 128
   Cambridge Country Week, 38:125
   Cambridge Dispensary, 18:19
   Cambridge Family Society, 38:123 (see also Associated Charities, above)
   Cambridge Humane Society, 6:27-32; 15:39; 18:18; 22:48; 25:138; 37:105; 38:123
   Cambridge (Moore Street) Neighborhood House, 12:69; 18:20-21; 35:21
   Cambridge Poor Farm/poorhouse, 5:40; 19:15, 16, 17, 21; 22:75
   Cambridge Welfare Union, 18:19, 21 (see also Associated Charities, above)
   Catholic, 18:17n2, 19, 20n1; 37;34
   Charitable Society, 10:23, 24
   child care (assumed by town), 18:17n2, 22 (see also Avon Home for Destitute Children,
               above; orphanages, below)
   clothing provided through, 6:51; 9:67-68; 22:95
   Community Chest, 36:19
      discouragement of, 18:23
   costs (to town) of poor relief, 18:15, 16-17; 22:21; 38:122; 44:59
   East Cambridge Female Charitable Society, 18:19; 38:123
   East End Christian Union, 3:115; 18:19-20; 35:21; 36:105; 44:111
   fairs and festivities aiding, 16:116; 35:21, 86; 37:40; 38:122; 39:44; 41:161, 164, 168;
               44:112
   Family Welfare Society, 36:19
   Female Humane Society, 6:31, 32, 51; 9:62-70; 11:53, 56; 18:18, 23; 25:107; 29:72
   First Church and (before 1783), 10:114
   "Historical Sketch of...in Cambridge" (1925 paper), 18:11-26
   Howard Benevolent Society, 15:39; 18:18; 38:123
   for indigent scholars, 42:105-6
      and scholarships, see Education
   Ladies' Charitable Society, 34:32-33
   Ladies' Humane Society, see Female Humane Society, above
   Ladies' Samaritan Society, 18:19; 38:123
   Male Humane Society, 9:62, 70; 18:18
   Margaret Fuller House, 18:21
   Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association, 25:103
   Moore Street Neighborhood House, 12:69; 18:20-21; 35:21
   for Negroes, 10:190
   New England Home for Little Wanderers, 42:134
   North Cambridge Relief Association, 18:21
   orphanages, 37:34; 42:134 (see also Avon Home for Destitute Children, above)
   Paine Fund, 6:32; 9:66; 18:18, 22-23; 22:48; 29:72; 41:165
   and "paupers" among population (1856), 23:93 (see also "warning out" of public charges,
               below)
   private, 6:50; 17:44, 81; 21:90; 27:64-65
   Red Cross, 14:123; 25:137; 30:15; 38:51; 41:48, 157
      in World Wars I and II, 17:82; 35:22, 102; 40:119; 44:148
   Sanders Fund, 9:70; 18:22
   Sibley Fund, 24:26
   Sunday School social service, 44:112
   Thanksgiving Day, 18:16, 17
   United Community Services/United Fund, 36:44; 38:126, 129
   U.S. Sanitary Commission, see Civil War, U.S.
   Valentine Fund, 20:78
   Visiting Nurse Association, 18:22; 21:68
   Walker Benevolent Society, 15:39; 18:18, 21
   War Relief, Special Aid to, 17:82
   "warning out" of public charges, 18:13-15; 20:115
   Window Shop, 43:97-110
   Woman's Guild (Congregational Church), 10:76, 80
   See also Cambridge Social Union; Elderly, care of; Medicine, practice of; Welfare, public
Charles I (1600-1649; king of England), 3:10; 7:37; 21:80; 26:63; 32:55-56, 62; 33:136;
               39:25; 43:84
   and Bay Company charter, 13:81; 30:33; 32:56-57, 58, 71; 33:141; 43:111; 44:46
   Charles River named for, 25:120; 33:135; 39:24
   executed, 30:31; 32:65
Charles II (1630-1685; king of England), 7:101, 102; 33:63n25, 136
   "Cambridge Petition" to, 26:74
   houses built in or before time of, 16:21; 37:20
   licenses land purchases, 24:69, 70, 71-72
   and Stuart Restoration, 16:71; 26:73; 32:74
Charles Beck Post (GAR), 18:41. See also GAR (Grand Army of the Republic)
Charles River, 22:71; 43:145
   as boundary, 8:20; 13:83; 16:46, 76; 17:93, 96; 20:110, 117; 21:20, 31, 34, 36, 49;
               24:53-63 passim; 32:96; 33:141; 34:99; 35:79; 37:9; 39:109, 122; 43:111
   bridges over, see Bridge(s)
   canals connecting with, 16:42; 40:46 (see also Canal[s])
   dam proposed, 2:75 (see also Charles River Dam)
   as defense, 39:28
   dredging of (1880s), 39:122
   explorations of, 16:111; 21:21, 22; 39:24, 25
   ferries over, see Ferry(ies)
   fish weir on (Watertown, 1630s), 5:35; 39:126
   as "highway," 39:25-27
   historic map of, 39:17 (illus. facing)
   in Longfellow's poems, 3:45; 12:47; 25:48
   lumber floated down, 23:22
   naming of, 25:116, 120; 33:135; 39:24
   "new island" proposed for, 42:50
   palisade on, see Fortifications
   and plan of Cambridge, 20:56
   pollution of, 39:33-34, 122-23; 42:85; 43:93
   schooners/shipping on, 21:112; 22:106; 26:55; 32:58; 39:122; 40:27, 29; 42:8, 12 (see
               also Business and industry)
   sculling on, see Sports and games
   settlement on or near, 4:65; 21:32; 22:58, 59, 62; 26:63; 30:33, 34, 35; 31:37; 33:142;
               39:25-26
      "Norse," see Leif Ericsson
   (see also Newtown(e) [later Cambridge])
   as tide water, 2:75-76; 14:40, 54; 16:40; 20:56; 21:116; 22:98; 25:19; 31:54; 32:58;
               36:94; 37:29; 39:24-37 passim, 100, 116, 122-23, 124, 128; 44:60-61
      flooding by, 7:56; 13:81; 16:41, 46-47, 61-62; 26:69; 35:82; 39:24, 36-37, 110
      rowing against, 39:127
      and tidal power, 22:76; 39:29, 30
   view of (from Lake View Ave.), 44:163, 166, 167-68
Charles River Basin, 35:87; 39:123, 124; 42:58
   paper on (1961), 39:23-38
   seen as potential seaport, 26:91
Charles River Basin Commission, 42:88
Charles River Bridge, see Bridge(s)
Charles River Dam, 39:37, 127; 42:83, 87, 91; 43:73
   Craigie proposes (1806), 16:90, 91
   feasibility of, studied (c. 1907), 2:75; 33:160; 39:31
   replaces Craigie Bridge (1910), 7:61; 14:56; 22:98; 35:87; 36:105; 39:35, 100, 123, 124;
               42:49, 88
   See also Dams and dikes
Charles River Embankment, 22:58, 98; 25:104; 39:37, 123
   "Charlesbank," 39:32, 35
Charles River Embankment Company (1881), 39:122, 123; 42:48
   development plans of, 39:112 (illus. facing)
Charles River National Bank, see Banks and trust companies
Charles River Roadway/Parkway, see Streets and highways (parkways)
Charles River Street Railway Company, see Street railway(s) (horse cars)
Charles River Trust, see Banks and trust companies
Charles Street (Boston), 3:11; 23:51; 30:90; 34:71; 39:30, 87, 92; 41:56
Charles Street (Cambridge), 14:58, 67, 68; 25: 139
"Charlesbank," see Charles River Embankment
Charlesgate, 39:35; 40:102
Charleston, South Carolina, 3:74n1, 75-76
   tea delivered to (1773), 39:154, 157
Charlestown, Massachusetts, 14:99; 17:46; 37:86; 39:58
   boundaries of, 9:71; 14:71n3; 16:46; 21:24-35 passim, 41, 42, 46, 49, 80; 22:62; 33:142,
               153, 155; 39:109; 43:112
   bridges to, 7:56-57; 39:112 (see also Bridge[s])
   British forces in, 13:24n1; 14:37; 33:66; 41:160 (see also Bunker Hill, Battle of)
   burning of, see in Revolutionary War, below
   Catholic Church in, 36:99
   and colleges, 33:150-54
   "Convention Troops" quartered in, 13:18, 80; 22:31
   court held in, 39:59
   early records of (1664), 8:17-18
   early road to, see Charlestown-Watertown road
   ferry to Boston from (1631), 7:53, 54; 14:33; 39:26; 43:73 (see also Ferry[ies])
   Fire Department, 25:46
   first church at, 10:99; 21:22; 43:124; 44:47, 48
      and Church Covenant, 10:88-89; 33:143, 147
   and First Parish of Cambridge, 14:78; 24:59-60
   fortification of:
      1630s (and vulnerability), 31:23; 32:71; 44:43
      1770s, 43:142
   (see also Fortifications)
   "Historical Associations" of (1950 paper), 33:134-55
   histories of (Wyman; Frothingham; Bartlett), 8:14n1, 16; 10:58n3; 17:52, 53; 24:79n31
   horse cars to, 30:81 (see also Street railway[s])
   ice exported from, 4:25; 37:34
   John Harvard Mall (City Square) in, 33:147
   laid out (1629), 16:75; 22:59; 33:142
   Marines from (1850s), 23:85
   Medford as part of, 21:34, 35; 33:59 (see also Medford, Massachusetts)
   Middlesex Canal to, 40:46, 47, 49, 53 (see also Canal[s])
   naming of, 33:139, 142
   newspapers of, 20:85 (see also Periodicals [Cambridge])
   as oldest local settlement, 33:142
   persecution of Quakers in, 24:71, 72n8, 75, 79n31
   as port, 7:65; 39: 110
   portion of, now Somerville, see Somerville, Massachusetts
   portions of, annexed to Cambridge, 20:128; 24:58, 60; 41:22
   powder house in, see Powder House
   regiment formed in (1630s), 15:26
   in Revolutionary War, 33:148
      burning of, 10:54; 19:51; 33:149; 41:160
      Washington visits, 18:64, 65
   schools in, 10:171; 32:69 (see also School[s])
   settlement of (c. 1630), 1:14; 6:33; 8:16-17, 10:88; 14:32; 21:22, 24; 22:17, 58-59, 69;
               26:63; 30:34; 32:58, 59; 33:134, 138-40 passim; 38:92
   "Shady Hill" within limits of, 41:20, 22n5 (see also Norton Estate)
   site chosen, 22:59; 33:142
   State's Prison at, see Jail(s)
   water supply of, 21:22; 22:59; 30:34; 33:139, 143; 44:43
   See also Bunker Hill, Battle of; Winter Hill
Charlestown Branch Railroad, see Railroad(s)
Charlestown Bridge, see Bridge(s)
"Charlestown Lane," 13:24n1
Charlestown Navy Yard, see Navy Yard
Charlestown Neck, 13:21, 22, 24, 25, 80; 16:37; 17:53; 20:126, 129; 21:22; 39:29, 30.  See
               also "Neck, the"
Charlestown Village, see Woburn, Massachusetts
Charlestown-Watertown road, 1:14; 9:5; 10:10n3, 11, 24n3; 17:56; 20:57; 21:10, 78;
               23:76; 25:115, 118; 29:19; 30:14, 76; 31:22, 25; 32:7; 34:83-84; 37:10-26
               passim, 65; 41:16, 20; 43:69, 75, 78
   as first highway, 14:32-35, 40 (and map following), 41, 75; 18:56; 31:37, 54
   as Indian path, 39:26
   as "King's Highway," 20:93; 22:97; 24:62; 33:38; 37:29; 41:16n2; 44:160
   and parole limits ("Convention Troops"), 13:22, 25, 50, 55
   See also Brattle Street; Elmwood Avenue; Kirkland Street; Mason Street; Mount Auburn
               Street; Tory Row
Charlton, 33:142.  See also Charlestown, Massachusetts
Charter
   Bay Colony, see Massachusetts Bay Company and Colony
   Boston (as city, 1822), 41:64
   Cambridge, see Cambridge, Massachusetts (organization and charter of)
   Cambridge water companies (1837 and 1852), 25:131; 41:8
   Harvard, see Harvard College/University
   Magna C[h]arta, 17:20; 30:40; 32:52, 64; 44:46
      "of musical education," 32:81
   Pilgrim, denial of, 33:138
   Radcliffe ( 1894), 44:144
Charter Oak, 23:90.  See also Connecticut, Colony/State of
Chase, Algernon Sydney (mid-1800s), 19:46n1
Chase, Mrs. Algernon Sydney (Mary Augusta Tilden), 19:46n1
Chase, Mrs. Carroll Luther (Louise Fletcher; 1940s), 37:74
Chase, David B. (author, 1973), 44:178n11
Chase, Frank E. (Harvard benefactor, early 20th c.), 27:38
Chase, Prof. George H. (Bryant St. resident, 1935-55), 27:15n, 17, 20; 35:66-67; 41:36
Chase, Mrs. George H. (Freda Mark), 41:36
Chase, Dr. Hiram L. (1870s), 20:103
Chase, J. G. (mapmaker, 1865), 14:77
Chase, Philip Putnam:  "Some Cambridge Reformers of the 80s" (1927 paper), 20:24-52
Chase, Salmon Po (1808-1873; statesman), 34: 19
Chase, S. M. (painter, 1911), 10:160
Chase, Thomas (1827-1892; Haverford College president), 35:95
Chase, Col. (quartermaster, 1770s), 13:25, 36, 50
Chastellux, Francois, marquis de (1734-1788), 13:44n1
Chatham Street, 36:114
Chaunc[e]y, Rev. Charles (1592-1672; Harvard president 1654-72), 3:17; 29:69; 31:63;
               32:110; 38:7, 17; 42:110
   diary of, 11:59, 69
   "heresy" of, 14:103
   quoted on Quakers, 24:76-77
   street named for, 14:62, 64; 25:120; 32:27 (see also Chauncy Street)
Chauncy, Israel (Harvard 1724), 21:90
Chauncy, Nathaniel (Harvard Fellow, 1660s), 24:76
Chauncy, Rev. ("meetinghouse is building," 1809), 9:31
Chaunc[e]y family, 14:80
Chauncy Hall School, see School(s)
Chauncy Place, 9:37
Chauncy Street, 22:78; 26:14; 33:49, 50
   arsenal on, see Arsenal (Cambridge)
   laid out (1857), 14:46, 64
   naming of, 14:62, 64; 32:27
   pond at corner of, 20:94; 31:55
   residents on, 15:13; 17:7; 20:95; 30:13
Chebacco Marshes, see Marsh(es)
Checkley, Rev. John (1680-1754), 10:32, 33
Cheeshahteaumuck, Caleb (Harvard 1665), 35:93.  See also Indians (education of)
Cheever, see also Chiever
Cheever, Abijah (bridge incorporator, 1807), 16:88
Cheever, Daniel (settler, 1640s), 14:101
Cheever, Dr. David Williams
   address of, on Dr. Holmes (1909), 4:46-52, 53, 54
   Dedham house of, 43:167
Cheever, Ezekiel (1614/15-1708; educator), 2:13, 17; 35:92
Cheever, Thomas (Harvard student, c. 1680), 11:62
Cheever:  Poets of America (1847), 26:97; 33:12
Chelmsford, England, 44:49, 50, 58
Chelmsford, Massachusetts, 14:35, 50, 87; 16:121; 40:44, 46
   glass manufacture in, 19:34, 43 (see also Business and industry)
Chelsea, Massachusetts (Winnesemet), 3:11; 17:32; 21:22, 24, 29, 30, 34, 41; 42:74
Chelsea (later Revere) Beach, see Revere Beach
Cheney, Benjamin (meetinghouse petitioner, 1748), 24:58
Cheney, "Birdy" (schoolgirl, 1850s), 35:40
Cheney, John (meetinghouse petitioner, 1748), 24:58
Cheney, Mrs. Seth W. (Ednah Dow Littlehale; 1824-1904; reformer), 7:20
Cheney, Thomas (before 1656):  descendants of, 5:53
Cherokee Inn, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Cherry Street, 1:65; 11:33; 16:50; 18:21; 28:11; 35:82
Chesapeake (ship), 33:74
Chesholm, "John," see Chesholm[e], Thomas
Chesholm[e], Thomas (tailor, tavern keeper, 1630s), 14:98; 21:82; 22:76 (Map 1); 37:30;
               43:116
   given as "John" (d. 1671), 8:32
   as Harvard steward, 38:7, 15
   See also Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses (first tavern)
Chesley, Mrs. Annie L. (Paine Fund administrator, early 20th c.), 9:66; 18:23; 22:48; 31:65
Chester, John (of England, 1610), 14:91
Chester, Mrs. John (Dorothy Hooker), 10:102; 14:91
Chester, Capt. John (1775), 5:27, 28
Chester, Leonard (b. 1610; moves to Connecticut), 14:91
Chester family, 14:80
Chestnut Street (Boston), 2:24; 29:47, 63; 37:72
Chestnut Street (Cambridge), 22:63
Chestnut Tree, Spreading, site of, see Blacksmith(s) ("Village")
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, see Railroad(s)
Chicago Exposition (1893), see Celebrations (Columbian)
Chicago fire, see Fire(s)
Chicago Historical Society, 11:77
Chickering (piano) Company, 21:114; 27:68; 41:93-94
Chiera, Prof. Edward (1885-1933; orientalist), 27:26
Chiever, see also Cheever
Chiever, Rev. Thomas, Jr. (of Maiden, mid-1600s), 7:76
Child, Benjamin (of Roxbury, 1630s), 10:184
Child, Elizabeth (in Female Humane Society, 1800s), 9:65
Child, Prof. Francis James (1825-1896; "Stubby"; philologist), 1:15, 70; 2:62; 6:28; 21:85;
               23:77; 31:14; 32:12; 35:36, 117; 36:27
   house and garden of, 23:93; 26:20; 34:64, 65; 41:33-34; 42:16, 17
   as instructor (opinions of), 3:32; 20:58; 26:19-21; 33:23; 34:45-46, 52
   nickname of, 25:119
   objects to fire station plans, 16:119-20
Child, Mrs. Francis James (Elizabeth Sedgwick), 21:85; 31:14; 41:33; 42:16
Child, Harriet, see Perrin, Mrs. Augustus
Child, Helen (schoolgirl, 1890s), 31:11; 34:64
Child, Henrietta (schoolgirl, 1890s), 34:64
Child, Julia, see Child, Mrs. Paul
Child, L. M. (attorney, 1882), 39:89
Child, Louise (schoolgirl, 1856), 35:53
Child, Lucy (in Female Humane Society, 1800s), 9:65
Child, Paul (Irving St. resident, 1960s), 41:35
Child, Mrs. Paul (Julia), 41:35; 42:26-27
Child, Susan (schoolgirl, 1890s), 34:64
Child's restaurant, 41:146.  See also Restaurants
Children
   addiction of, to tobacco and liquor (1860s), 13:98
   age of:
      and reading, 1:79; 2:25, 29
      in schools (mid-1800s), 13:99
   Avon Home for, see Charity
   Boat Club activities for, 39:132, 141, 142
   books for, 9:49; 17:87; 19:18-19, 24; 22:49, 56
   carrying fire forbidden, 36:75
   and child labor, 14:125
   and child-placing agency, 38:124-28
   and Chinese laundryman, 44:12
   clothing for, see Clothing
   delinquent, 13:101; 38:127, 128
      courts for, 17:24
   and descriptions of childhood:
      1790, c. 1803, 3:102-6; 28:18-19
      1823-33, 2:21-32 passim; 26:102-5 passim
      1869, 1870s, 30:12-27 passim; 33:104-5; 34:61-67 passim
      1890s, 41:158-70
      early 1900s, 42:14-28
   English refugee (1940s), 38:127-28
   and fences, see Fences and walls
   games and play of, see Sports and games
   household duties of, 28:18-19
   manners of, 22:93; 30:75; 32:28; 35:54 (see also Manners)
   medical (hospital) care for, 24:11
   medication for, 30:82
   newspapers published for and by, see Periodicals (general)
   orphanages for, see Charity
   parents' support of, 18:13 (see also Apprenticeship)
   parties for, see Parties and entertainment
   pets of, see Animals
   playgrounds for, see Sports and games
   punishment of, 13:108; 32:25; 33:55 (see also Corporal punishment)
   reading at early age, see age of, above
   running beside carriage, 24:28
   schoolchildren's jingles (about teachers), 44:14
   songbook for, 32:81 (see also Music)
   summer camps for, 18:22; 34:104; 36:47; 38:125
   theatricals by, 26:119-20; 41:162
   town care of, 18:17n2, 22
   toys and dolls for, 8:38; 18:31; 30:27; 41:169
   truancy of (and reasons for), 13:100-101
   upbringing of, 3:38; 22:93
   See also Domestic and family life; School(s)
Children's Book (late 1800s), 19:18
Children's Museum, 35:22.  See also Museum(s)
Chilmark, Massachusetts, 11:33; 28:11, 16
Chilton, Mary, see Winslow, Mrs. John
Chimney(s)
   and chimney sweeps, see Business and industry
   glass company (taken down, 1921), 16:94; 36:97
   house, see Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
   slaughter house, 26:69n11
China
   Communist triumph in (1940s), 40:7
   emperor of (c. 1900), 33:53
   Imperial Maritime Customs of (before 1913), 33:52
   tea imported from (1700s), 39:145, 149
China and Japan Trading Company, 35:58.  See also Trade and commerce
Chinese laundryman, children's annoyance of, 44:12
Chisholme, see Chesholm[e]
Choate, Charles F. (friend of Bartlett and Lowell, mid-1800s), 1:83; 33:97; 34:75
Choate, Mrs. Charles F. (librarian of Book Club):  house of, 28:106; 33:97 (see also Lee,
               Thomas [3d])
Choate, George (of Salem, c. 1800), 12:65
Choate, Mrs. George (Margaret Manning Hodges), 12:65
Choate, Joseph Hodges (1832-1917; lawyer, diplomat), 1:70; 14:27; 26:29; 28:116
   "Dana As a Lawyer and a Citizen" (1915 paper), 10:142-58
   obituary, 12:65-66
Choate, Mrs. Joseph Hodges (Caroline Dutcher Sterling), 12:66
Choate, Rufus (1799-1859; lawyer, statesman), 7:32; 23:84; 34:91; 41:59
   Dana's eulogy of, 10:131, 142
   in Elias Howe case, 14:135, 139
   as orator, 3:23; 10:151, 152, 153
Choate, Samuel (barn frame built for, 1771), 5:62
Choate house, see Choate, Mrs. Charles F.
Choquet (French teacher, mid-1800s), 18:33
Christ Church (Episcopal, built 1760/1), 33:41; 35:30; 37:93, 95; 39:117; 43:73
   architecture and architect of, 23:17n1, 18-22; 25:116, 121; 33:64; 35:25
   archives of, 21:119
   bells of, 21:107; 31:13; 33:24
   Biography of (Day), 35:25; 42:8
   burying gound near, see Burying ground(s) (old, Garden St.)
   Centennial of, 10:77
   communion plate belonging to, 41:42
   Continental troops quartered in, 1:62; 5:26, 27; 16:34; 35:25
   damage to (1778) and closure of, 10:53, 74n2; 13:68-69; 20:92; 22:101; 29:68-69
      repaired and reopened (1826), 11:28n2; 22:101; 23:22 (illus. facing)
   establishment of (1759), 10:43; 16:19, 32, 37, 79; 19:49; 21:99; 22:101; 23:17-21; 26:51;
               33:64; 37:67; 42:81; 43:118-19
   as Historic Landmark, 39:73; 42:41; 43:35
   history of (1934 paper), 23:17-23
   land acquired by, 22:77; 23:19
   lay readers at, 9:8, 23n3, 36n2
   "library" of, 10:84 (caption facing)
   Library Association of, 23:74
   lighting of, 23:22-23; 42:8-9
   Loyalists attending, see members of, below
   members of, 12:68; 20:61; 21:102, 106; 23:39, 41, 73; 33:65
      from First Church, 5:58n5, 63; 9:32n1; 10:170; 16:79; 43:118-19 (see also
               establishment of, above)
      Loyalists as, 5:58n5, 63; 10:17, 40n2; 16:19, 32. 37. 79; 17:55, 57; 19:49; 23:17-18,
               21; 30:58, 62; 33:64; 35:25; 37:17, 25; 43:118
      slaves as, 10:63, 74, 76-77
   organist, organ loft at, 21:67; 23:19; 35:27 (see also  Music)
   parish incorporated (1815), 18:17n2
   parish work of, 11:86; 16:19
   patriots buried  at, 20:114
   "perspective view" of (1790s), 42:118
   pew ownership and rent at, 10:42-43; 27:65
   plan of, 23:21-22
   planting around, 35:25-28, 31
   poor fund of, 18:17n2
   reading desk from (discarded), 21:112
   records of, 5:59n9, 63n2; 10:25n1, 35n3, 40n2, 44, 62n2, 74n3; 21:15
   rectors of, 5:59; 10:18n2, 30n1, 32n1; 13:110; 17:54; 20:99; 21:62, 76-77; 26:51; 35:23,
               27; 37:98-99; 41:142; 43:119
   rectory of, 20:99; 30:19; 33:41, 42, 47; 35:26; 43:40 (see also Saunders, William)
   slaves attending, see members of, above
   Vassall tomb at, see Tomb(s) and tombstone(s)
   view(s) of:
      from Memorial Hall tower (1875), 44:139, 152 (illus. #1 following)
      sold as postcards (1930), 27:100
   wardens of, 9:10; 10:43n4; 16:32, 33, 35; 21:119; 23:22, 56; 27:60; 37:17
   Women's Club of, 33:158
   See also Church of England; Episcopal Church
Christian, Miss [?] (at Vassall dinner party, 1765), 10:39
Christian Association (Radcliffe), see Women's clubs/organizations
Christian Brethren, see Young Men's Christian Association
Christian Examiner, Christian Register, see Periodicals (Church)
Christian Science Church:  foundations of building, 31:55
Christian Science Monitor, see Periodicals (Boston)
Christian Union, see Periodicals (Church)
Christison, Wenlock (persecuted Quaker, 1664), 24:76
Christmas, see Holidays, fairs, and festivals
Church, Col. Benjamin (1639-1718), 30:50
Church, Deacon Benjamin [Sr.] (Harvard 1727), 30:49, 70
Church, Mrs. (Deacon) Benjamin (Hannah Dyer, second wife), 30:49
Church, Dr. Benjamin [Jr.] (1734-1778[?]; traitor), 10:73n1; 16:127; 21:100-101, 116-17;
               27:49; 31:40; 37:52
   paper on (1944), 30:48-71
Church, Mrs. Benjamin [Jr.] (Hannah Hill [of England]), 30:50, 69
Church, Benjamin (b. c. 1758; son of Dr. Benjamin), 30:50
Church, Charles (Loyalist, 1770s), 30:70
Church, E. D. (book collector), 38:105-6
Church, Capt. Edward (c. 1670), 30:50
Church, Richard (of Plymouth, England, c. 1620), 30:49-50
Church, Mrs. Richard (Elizabeth Warren), 30:49-50
Church, the, see Religion
Church and Parish, First, see First Church and Parish
Church bells, see Bell(s)
Church Covenants
   Boston, 1:36; 10:88; 32:107
   Plymouth, 32:107
   Salem, 10:87; 32:107
   Watertown, 13:82; 32:60
   See also individual town listings
Church farm ("Shawshine," sold 1669), 9:72, 75; 43:115, 116.  See also Billerica,
               Massachusetts
Church Green (Boston), 43:121
Church Library Society, 11:86
Church of Christ, see First Church and Parish, Congregational (Shepard Memorial Church)
Church of England, 10:42; 36:66, 70; 40:72; 42:81, 99
   Articles (39) of, 36:10; 40:62
   colonial episcopate considered (1770s), 39:159-60
   establishment of (16th c.), 33:136
   patriot feeling toward, 14:41
   punishment for non-attendance at, 32:111
   Puritan loyalty to/separation from, 30:34; 33:137; 42:78, 99-100; 43:114; 44:43, 49,
               50-51
   Puritans as liberal party of, 32:50, 55
   renunciation of (by Shepard), 31:62; 42: 100
   in Scotland (1630s), 32:65; 42:100
   Society of the Anglican Church for the Propagation of the Gospel, 6:23; 9:41; 10:40n2, 43,
               46; 23:17; 25:51; 33:64; 38:106
   in Virginia and the South, 7:97; 32:111; 36:57
   See also Christ Church; Episcopal Church; Religion
Church of the Sacred Heart (Roman Catholic), 18:20; 36:99, 104
Church of the Savior (Methodist), 43:121
Church of the Unity, 7:79
Church organs and organists, see Music
Church Periodical Club, see Club(s)
"Church Row," see Tory Row
Church Street, 14:64; 15:33; 17:21; 20:96; 30; 13-19 passim; 38:128; 39:69; 41:108, 146;
               44:115
   Bates-Dana house on corner of, see Dana houses (#11)
   Fire Department located on, 36:80, 81, 84
   Unitarian Church on corner of, see Meetinghouse sites
   Window Shop on, 43:98, 100
Churchill, Frederick L. (baker, c. 1913), 8:38
Churchill, Sir Winston (1874-1965), 33:33; 40:86
Cider, see Wine and spirits
Cincinnati School of Social  Work, 36:19
Citizens' Trade Association, see Trade and commerce
Citizenship of former slaves, 10:62
City Hall (Boston), 41:59
City Hall (Cambridge)
   Agassiz lectures at, 35:95
   building of present (1889), 19:47; 34:101, 103, 108; 39:121; 42:85; 43:45
   inscription over door of, 34:109
   site of old (Main and Pleasant Sts.), 13:105; 22:24; 30:80; 39:117; 40:144
   site of present, 1:56; 6:24; 14:43; 16:79; 17:54; 19:47; 22:67; 25:118; 35:81, 84
   See also Politics
City Hall Annex, 42:33
City (North) Point (South Boston), 39:93n48
City Point Works (South Boston machine shop, c. 1860), 11:87
City Square (Charlestown), 22:59
Civil liberties (1630s), 44:52
Civil Service
   Examiners and examinations, 12:23; 40:144
   reform and associations for reform, 10:192; 11:56; 20:16, 27, 34-46 passim; 37:93 (see
               also Politics)
Civil War, England (1642-46), 32:65
Civil War, U.S. (1861-65), 3:48; 10:134, 143; 16:124; 23:60; 28:10; 30:87; 34:113; 36:114;
               40:99; 42:118
   age of soldiers in, 23:39; 39:12
   beginning of, 37:89; 39:10
   and Cambridge arsenal, see Arsenal (Cambridge)
   Cambridge residents serving in, 1:27, 85; 3:115; 7:105; 8:14-15, 29; 10:174, 176, 184-90
               passim; 11:87; 12:42, 44; 14:138; 15:39-40; 17:64; 20:61; 22:92; 23:29-30, 32,
               67; 30:79; 33:51; 35:88; 43:13
      camps for, 14:63; 39:15
      casualties among, 4:61; 17:43; 18:38, 41; 23:39; 28:24, 28; 32:35; 33:77-35:45, 101,
               113; 36:103; 39:12-22 passim
      Col. Higginson, see Higginson, Col. Thomas Wentworth
      monuments to, 1:61; 16:125; 33:38-39; 34:89; 39:13; 43:77, 153; 44:190 (see also
               Soldiers’ Monument[s])
      numbers of (statistics), 39:119
      paid substitutes for, 25:137; 39:13
      physicians, 7:80-81; 20:103, 106-9 passim
      Richardson and "38th Massachusetts," 9:7-22
      women (as nurses), 7:81; 16:115; 17:71; 33:53; 35:85
   "catechism" on Cambridge in, 19:12
   celebration of victories in and end of, 10:134; 17:70; 30:78; 32:35; 39:19-20
   Centennial (1961), 40:100n9
   defense of Boston in, 40:100
   economic effects of, 17:67; 20:53; 25:83, 89; 30:24; 39:86; 40:143; 41:127; 44:161
   editorials and writings on, 12:37-38; 14:23-24; 33:81
   ends era (in legal history), 7:36, 39
   England and, 7:29; 26:93n61; 33:84
      Trent affair, 3:77
   girls' and women's work for, 25:137; 32:34-35; 34:32-34; 39:40-42, 49 (see also
               Cambridge residents serving in, above; U.S. Sanitary Commission in,
               below; "Bee")
   Harvard during, 20:107; 35:113; 39:13-14; 42:113; 43:153
      student battalion guards arsenal, see Arsenal (Cambridge)
   Home Guard and Massachusetts Volunteers in, see Militia (volunteers, Civil War)
   Elias Howe in, 14:136, 137-38
   Navy in, 23:29-31
   Negro troops in, see Negroes pass issued (to Rev. Harrington) during,
               34:34
   patriotism in, 4:51; 10:133, 154-55; 18:54; 33:23; 41:134
   political effects of, 20:25, 29, 53
   relics of, 3:97; 16:125
   and street names, 14:63; 39:15
   temperance movement during, 33:101-2
   threat of, discounted, 39:8
   Trent affair in, see England and, above
   use of whiskey in, see Wine and spirits
   U.S. Sanitary Commission in, 10:190; 18:38; 21:107; 23:61; 25:137; 38:51
   See also Slavery
Claflin, Walter A. (apothecary, c. 1900), 15:33
Claflin, Gov. William (1818-1905), 33:51; 39:39
Clap, see also Clapp
Clap, Dr. Edmund W. (Harvard 1892), 34:40
Clapp, see also Clap
"Clapp," Dexter, see Pratt, Dexter
Clapp, Dudley (Dramatic Club, 1930s), 38:61
Clapp, James F., Jr. (architect, 1960s), 39:75; 42:33
Clapp, J. Emory (electronics manufacturer, c. 1910), 34:117-18
Clapp, Otis (Boston publisher, 1859), 16:27
Clapp, Philip Greeley (Harvard 1909; composer), 32:88; 41:102
Clapp, Miss, school of (Boston, 1860s), 36:35.  See also School(s)
Clapp-Eastham Company, 34:118-19
Clarence, Mrs. (Garden St. resident, early 1800s), 20:94
Clarendon Street (Boston), 39:31
Clark, see also Clarke
Clark, Alvan (1804-1887; painter, astronomer), 25:115, 119; 35:83
   property of, 1:56
Clark, Alvan Graham (1832-1897; astronomer), 35:83
Clark, Charles (landowner, before 1840), 14:65
"Clark, Don" (Allston's landlord, c. 1800), 29:25
Clark, Elihu (soldier at Roxbury, 1775), 18:61n2, 64n3
Clark, Elizabeth ("Lizzy"; schoolgirl, 1850s), 35:41, 42
Clark, Mrs. Frank M. (owner [1943] of "Buck's Progress" [by Allston]), 29:23n26
Clark, George H. (MIT 1903; engineer), 34:111, 112, 116, 118
   quoted, 34:117
Clark, George L. (author, 1914), 27:75n80
Clark, James (c. 1652-1714; landowner), 22:74
Clark, John (of Hooker's Company, 1636), 5:35-36; 10:102; 14:89; 22:63, 76 (Map 1)
Clark[e], Elder Jonas (d. 1700):  descendants of, 5:54; 22:119
Clark, Rev. Jonas (1730-1805; at Lexington), 16:98
Clark[e], Jonathan (importer, 1770s), 37:21
Clark, Lillian, see Richardson, Lillian Clark
Clark, Nicholas (of Hooker's Company, 1636), 10:102; 14:89
Clark[e], Richard (& Sons, importers, 1770s), 8:21; 10:19; 37:21; 39:150, 151
Clark[e], Mrs. Richard (Elizabeth Wellington, d. 1777), 8:21
Clark, William (1770-1838; explorer), 2:34; 28:33, 37, 39
Clark, Mrs. William Irving (of Worcester; sister of Frederick Haven Pratt), 27:88, 89
Clark house (Cambridgeport), 16:95
Clark Road, 2:30.  See also Broadway
Clark Street, 14:65; 35:83
Clark's Telescope, see Astronomy
Clarke, see also Clark
Clarke, Annie Barber (first president of Radcliffe Alumnae Association), 44:142
Clarke, Dr. A. P. (1870s), 20:103, 107
Clarke, Harrietta Butler, see Howe, Mrs. James Murray
Clarke, Rev. James Freeman (1810-1888), 7:19; 12:13, 18; 36:65; 37:80, 81
Clarke, Joan, see Stone, Mrs. Simon
Clarke, Rev. John (1609-1676; founder of Newport, R.I.), 14:95
Clarke, John (friend of Dr. Daniel Stone, 1680s), 7:76
Clarke, Margaret, see Wyeth, Mrs. Nicholas (first wife)
Clarke, Dr. Moses (1860s), 7:81
Clarke, S. (friend of T. Fuller, Jr., 1800), 11:50
Clarke, Samuel (builds house at Newton, c. 1807), 9:23
Clarke, Thomas (Roxbury politician, 1786), 40:9
Clarke, Dr. William (Boston, mid-1700s), 17:51
Clarke (Burgoyne's commissary, 1778), 13:75n5
Clarke, Miss ("of Providence," 1806), 9:15-16
Clarke, Mr. (Follen St. resident, early 1800s), 20:95
Clarke, Mrs. (daughter of Albert Greene), 20:95
Clarke, Mr. (correspondence clerk at Riverside Press, late 1800s), 19:20
Clarke House (on "road to Lexington," 1775), 13:85
Clary (assistant to Professor Lovering), 3:33
Class, see Social class
Class Day, see Harvard College/University
"Class Tree"/"Class Day Tree," see Trees (in Harvard Yard)
Classicism in literature, 33:11
Clay, Henry (1777-1852; statesman), 10:147, 151; 23:84; 25:40; 26:76
Clay, Marilla, see Houghton, Mrs. William
Clay and clay pits, see Geology
Clayton, John (c. 1685-1773; botanist), 43:135, 138
Cleaveland, see also Cleveland
Cleaveland, Prof. Parker (1780-1858; geologist), 38:71, 77
Cleaveland, Colonel (of Royal Artillery, 1778), 5:67
Cleaveland, Mr. ("kicked out of" Bowdoin Chapel, 1807), 9:22
Cleland, Samuel (witness in Webster case, 1850), 41:80
Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (Mark Twain; 1835-1910; humorist, novelist), 7:19; 23:45-46
Clement, Frank (businessman, 1880s), 23:40
Clement, George (in Medical School, 1879), 23:40
Clement, Hazen (Harvard 1883), 23:40
Clement, James H. (businessman, 1880s), 23:40
Clement, Mrs. James H. (Clara Erskine; writer on art), 23:40
Clement Circle, 22:48; 37:113
Clements, William L. (1861-1934; book collector), 30:68.  See also Library(ies)
Clergy
   domestic life of, 36:56
   University preachers, see Harvard College/University
   See also Harvard Divinity School; Religion
Cleve, Capt. Heinrich Urban (of Brunswick Battalion, 1777-78):  quoted, 13:18, 34n4, 56-66
               passim, 72n2
Cleveland, see also Cleaveland
Cleveland, Francis (theatrical producer, mid-20th c.), 38:57, 59
Cleveland, [Stephen] Grover (1837-1908; U.S. president 1884-88, 1892-96), 7:6; 12:23;
               20:37, 45-47; 25:140; 27:32; 33:83
   ancestry of, 22:84
   and "Cleveland Democracy," 20:26-27, 38, 46, 52
Cleveland, Mrs. (Stephen] Grover, 27:32
Cleveland, Henry R. (d. 1842), 25:44n38; 28:56
   "Five of Clubs" letters to, 28:77, 78, 79
Cleveland, Leslie L. (schoolmaster, 1910-41), 35:91, 99-103 passim
   "Cambridge History in the Cambridge Schools" (1926 remarks by), 19:9-10
Cleveland, Mrs. Sarah P. (1850s), 7:104
Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. (Higginson family friends, 1827), 2:21
Clifford, Gov. John Henry (1809-1876), 6:50
   as attorney general in Webster case, 41:69-74 passim, 81, 86
Clifton, Chalmers (Harvard 1912; orchestra conductor), 32:88; 41:102
Clifton Street, 20:132
Climate, see Weather
Clinton, Daniel (city councillor), 44:98
Clinton, Gen. [Sir] Henry (c. 1738-1795), 3:74, 75, 76; 5:30, 82n5; 19:52, 55, 57; 22:30;
               39:29
   letters to, 5:79n3, 86n4; 13:57n3, 59, 75, 77-79
   and "New Ireland," 5:75, 78, 81, 86
Clinton, Theophilus, see Lincoln, Earl of
Clinton Place, 24:110
Clock, wound only twice a year, 33:46
Clock-making and repair, see Business and industry
Close, Miss Caroline (teacher, 1890s), 35:105
Clothing
   "arctics," see boots and shoes, below
   army, see of Continental army; of "Convention Troops," below
   boots and shoes:
      "arctics" (for men and women), 26:14; 33:18; 35:17
      boy's pumps (1750s), 10:26
      hides for, 44:60
      ladies', 16:39; 35:17
      makers of, see Business and industry
      men's boots (and boot jacks), 21:95; 34:60
      rubber boots, 11:28; 21:58; 22:53
      shops selling, 15:33; 23:80; 30:22
   caps and gowns (academic), 41:148
   children's, 13:98; 18:31, 32; 23:50-51; 25:110; 28:19; 31:12; 32:25; 33:55; 42:26
   of Continental army, 11:64-65; 18:58; 20:92-93; 37:60 (see also Militia ["uniforms" of])
   of "Convention Troops," 13:18, 61, 62-63
   cost of:
      1700, 22:86
      1750s, 10:23, 26
      1800, 11:44
      1870s, Paris, 24:102
   F. Dana's, worn at Russian Court, 26:90
   funeral/mourning, 11:64; 18:40; 21:89-90; 27:64; 33:10
   hat manufactory, see Business and industry
   hats, see ladies' hats; men's, below
   "havelocks" (1861), 17:69
   hides for, 44:60
   hoop skirts, 22:55
   invention of sewing machine and, see Inventions
   inventory of (John Vassall, 1736), 21:95
   judges' (pre-Revolutionary), 42:80
   ladies':
      "Bloomers," 32:12; 34:26
      changing fashions in, 30:12; 36:47; 41:150-52
      garters, 44:106-7, 108
      hoop skirts, 22:55
      law concerning, 30:23
      new, accustoming oneself to, 41:2
      shoes and boots, 16:39; 35:17
      1707/8, 22:86
      1750s-1760s, 10:23, 29n1; 15:42
      1770s, 17:56-57; 22:88; 32:25
      1807, 9:19
      1825, 1827, 1837, 2:28; 11:27; 25:20, 27, 37
      1850s, 32:11-15 passim, 21-22, 24; 18:31; 25:117; 28:117
      1860s, 17:68, 72-77 passim; 21:61; 26:45; 32:25, 36
      1870s, 24:100-101, 109-29 passim; 30:12, 22, 23
      1880s, 22:55-56; 31:11; 32:26; 35:17; 38:117; 44:143
      1890s, 31:32; 32:43, 46; 36:47; 41:21, 165
      1905-06, 44:106-7 1912, 32:36
      1920s, 40:114
      1940s, 30:12; 41:150-51
      1950s, 41:151
   ladies' hats, 17:68; 18:31, 32; 22:55; 25:117; 28:19; 41:144, 151
      lace caps, 22:55-56; 44:110, 143
      and milliners, 8:37
      too large for court house door, 8:36
      turbans, 20:96; 25:20, 22, 27, 51; 27:61; 30:15
   of Loyalists, 15:42; 17:56-57
   manufacture of, see tailors and seamstresses, below; Business and industry
   men's:
      "arctics," 26:14; 33:18
      boots (and boot jacks), 21:95; 34:60
      of guests at Radcliffe, 41:154
      Harvard students', 26:106; 29:14; 34:49-50, 56
      hats, 26:45; 32:26
      Henry James's waistcoat, 42:29-30
      man arrested for not wearing coat in court, 32:28; 39:61
      when running, 31:9; 34:49-50
      sailor's, 26:106
      white flannels introduced, 31:32
      1750s-1760s, 10:8n1, 26, 29n1; 15:42; 32:25
      1770s, 3:37; 33:70
      c. 1800, 3:37; 11:12n1, 44; 27:88; 29:14, 15, 22
      c. 1820, 13:93; 23:56
      c. 1830, 26:106; 29:36, 40; 40:48
      c. 1840, 15:45; 23:55, 62; 25:36; 28:72, 76, 78; 29:44, 57; 32:28
      late 1800s, 26:14, 45; 28:91; 30:18, 26; 31:32; 32:89; 42:29-30
      c. 1920, 37:109
      1960s, 41:154
   militia "uniforms," see Militia
   mourning, see funeral/mourning, above
   palm leaf hats, see Business and industry
   for poor, charitable provision of, see Charity
   Russian, described (1870s), 24:104-33 passim
   of schoolmaster (1820s), 13:93
   shoes, see boots and shoes, above
   shops selling, 8:37-38
   tailors and seamstresses, 8:31, 38; 10:36; 11:44; 14:130; 30:19; 37:91
      in 1771 lawsuit, 5:61
   Victorian standards of, 31:9
   weaving of cloth for, see Domestic and family life (spinning and weaving)
   women's sewing clubs and, see "Bee"
   See also Hairdressing fashions; Jewelry
Clough, Miss Anne J. (school principal, 1873), 36:32n15
Clough, Arthur Hugh (1819-1861; English poet), 25:125; 32:101
Cloyne School for boys (Newport, R.I.), 6:52.  See also School(s)
Club(s)
   Anthology, 44:173
   Appalachian Mountain, 10:191; 23:80; 33:52; 37:109
      founded, early work, 5:106
   Archaeological, 23:44
   Atlantic, 4:42-45
    “Bartlett,” 1:81, 82, 86
   Berkeley Book, 21:70; 28:108, 111
   boat, see Cambridge Boat; Union Boat, below
   book, see Berkeley Book, above; Cambridge Book; New Book, below
   Boston Authors, 23:45
   boys', 11:86; 21:66
   Calhoun, 23:84
   Cambridge, 10:173, 177, 186, 187, 188; 12:23; 20:23; 34:111; 37:93, 105; 41:43; 42:52
   Cambridge Boat, 22:77, 106; 31:32, 55
      moving of clubhouse, 39:113 (illus. facing), 135, 137, 138-40
      paper on (1963), 39:125-43
   Cambridge Book (started 1831/2), 4:31, 89; 18:36, 37; 25:110
      Centenary of (1932 and 1942 papers on), 28:105-19
      disposition of books of, 28:10
   Cambridge Dining, 7:105
   Cambridge Dramatic/Social Dramatic, see Theatre
   Cambridge Garden, 35:23, 24, 26, 28 (see also Cambridge Plant and Garden, below)
   Cambridge Photographic, 8:51
   Cambridge Plant and Garden, 23:74; 31:27; 33:39, 50-51, 158; 42:44; 43:80, 81, 164,
               165; 43:165
      paper on (1953), 35:17-33
   Cambridge Unitarian, 10:185
   Cantabrigia, 27:99
   Casino, 31:31-33; 39:126-28
   Caucus, 30:51
   Church Periodical, 13:125
   Colonial, 7:84; 17:80; 18:39; 41:50; 44:24
      members of, 5:105; 6:78; 7:87, 105; 8:51; 10:177, 182; 12:67; 18:38; 37:93
   Commonwealth (Boston [?]), 20:34-35
   Dante, 21:74; 27:69
   debating, 37:78, 91
   Dining, 7:105
   dramatic, see Theatre
   Economy, 37:105; 42:52
   Fellowship (Boston), 27:44
   fishing, 36:104
   "Five of," 28:56, 57, 64, 66, 69, 76, 77-78; 33:20
   47, 27:99; 40:112
   Girls' Friendly, 23:74
   Harvard, 27:68
      Boston, 34:12, 13; 38:42n38
      New York, 34:18
   at Harvard, 33:45
      AD, 34:100
      Art, 34:100
      Coffee, 11:35, 36, 48
      Dramatic, 38:62
      Faculty, 24:83; 25:118; 27:12; 33:28, 36; 35:45; 37:108; 41:50; 44:24
      Glee, see Music (at Harvard)
      Hasty Pudding, 11:42, 46, 48, 49; 25:37n29; 29:27-30, 31; 34:100; 35:38
      Institute of 1770, 11:44n3; 18:24; 34:100
      Lincoln's Inn, see Harvard Law School
      Porcellian founded, 25:103; 28:112
      Spee (1920), 15:20
   (see also Phi Beta Kappa Society)
   Long Room (1760s), 30:52
   Massachusetts Reform, 12:23; 20:40, 44; 37:93
   Mayflower (Boston), 17:80; 43:169
   music societies, see Music
   New Book, 28:108, 111
   Newetowne, 37:93, 105
   North End (Boston), see Caucus, above
   Nuttall, see Nuttall Ornithological Club
   Plant, see Cambridge Plant and Garden, above
   Plato (Roxbury), 34:20
   Proscenium (Roxbury), 34:20
   Putnam (East Cambridge), 36:103
   Rendez-Vous, 41:107, 112
   Rotary, 37:38
   Russian, 23:82
   Saturday (Boston, mid-1800s), 2:75, 76, 102, 105; 4:54, 61. 62, 68; 10:145; 14:21; 28:90;
               35:51; 41:57; 43:63, 154
      Early Years of: (Perry), 25:135-36
   Saturday (Cambridge, late 1800s), 38:55-56 (see also Theatre)
   Saturday Morning, 41:89; 42:14
   Saturday Night, 38:56 (see also Theatre)
   Shop (1884-1926), 23:43; 43:20
   skating, 39:127
   Somerset (Boston), 41:56, 57
   Students for Democratic Action (SDA), 41:151
   Union, 41:50; 44:32
   Union Boat, 39:133
   Whist, 25:135
      picture of (presented to CHS), 12:9
   women's, see Women's clubs/organizations
   Young Men's Democratic (1887), 20:47
   Zonta, 27:99
   See also Boy Scouts; Cambridge Social Union; Girl Scouts; Phi Beta Kappa Society;
               Society(ies) (organizations); Sports and games; Women's clubs/organizations;
               Young Men's Christian Association
Clymer, W. B. S. (English instructor, 1889), 34:42
Coal
   annual cost of, at MIT (1930s), 42:57
   dealers in wood and, see Business and industry
   Gas and Electric Company use of, 31:29; 42:8, 12
   heating by, 16:50; 23:26; 25:134; 29:40; 37:37; 38:36
      and coal strike (1902), 33:131
      coal supplied to poor, 9:66, 67
      Harvard buildings, 22:102; 26:29; 34:39; 41:129
   shipped by river or canal, 32:58; 39:27; 40:28, 49, 51-52; 42:8, 12
   See also Heating
Coasting (sliding), see Sports and games
Coasting trade, 39:27.  See also Business and industry (shipping)
Coates, Thomas (city councillor, 1968), 44:100
Coats of arms
   Fuller family, 28:13
   Wendell family, 22:91
   See also Dana family; Vassall family
Cobb, Cyrus and Darius (sculptors of War Memorial), 16:125; 25:121; 33:38-39; 43:77
Cobb, Mary ("Bee" member, 1860s), 17:74, 82
Cobb, Captain (1775), 18:68
Cobb, Mr. (Bowdoin 1806), 9:11, 13, 14
Cobbett, William (1763[?]-1835; historian), 39:158n30
Cobble Hill, 33: 148
Coburn, see also Colburn
Coburn, Miss Lucy:  Ipswich house of (built 1909), 43:167
Cochichowick, 21:32.  See also Andover, Massachusetts
Cochituate, Massachusetts (Cochitawit), 9:72; 21:47; 25:104
Cochran, Miss Isabella (Higginson family friend, 1827), 2:22
Cock Horse Restaurant (Brattle St.), 41:146; 42:105.  See also Restaurants
Cockerel Church (Boston), see "New Brick Meeting House"
Cockfighting, see Sports and games
Codman, Charles R. (of Boston, 1872), 20:34
Codman, Capt. John (d. 1755), 17:50-51
Codman, Mr. (house of, 1777), 13:22, 24, 80
Cody, William F. (1846-1917; "Buffalo Bill"), 31:11
Coeducation, see Education
Coercive Acts (England, 1774), 39:158, 163, 164.  See also Law(s) (English)
Coerne, see also Corne
Coerne, Louis Adolphe (1870-1922; composer), 8:15; 41:102
Coes, Aury Gates (mid-1800s), 8:50
Coes, Mrs. Aury Gates (Lucy Gibson [Wyman]), 8:50
Coes, Dean Mary (1861-1913; of Radcliffe), 36:31n10; 40:111; 41:144; 44:143
   obituary, 8:50
Coffee Club, see Club(s) (at Harvard)
Coffee House, 7:59; 30:55
Coffee House Association, 7:105
Coffin, Charles Carleton (1823-1896; author), 27:83n87
Coffin, Jethro (of Nantucket, mid-1600s), 27:46
   home of ("Horseshoe House"), 27:46
Coffin, Mrs. Jethro (Mary Gardner), 27:46
Coffin, John (1756-1838; Loyalist), 16:95
Coffin, Dr. John Gorham (tract by, 1823), 44:174, 177
Coffin, Nathaniel (Loyalist in England, 1780s), 19:59
Coffin, Peleg (c. 1800), 11:24n3
Coffin, Mrs. Peleg (Eunice), boardinghouse of, 11:24
Coffin, Priscilla (Mrs. John (?) Gardner), 27:46
Coffin, Tristram (of Nantucket, c. 1600), 27:46
Coffin, Mr. (Bowdoin 1806), 9:11, 13
Cogdell, John S. (1778-1847; artist):  Allston letters to, 29:26n34, 35n4, 36n8, 48n57, 60, 62
Cogswell, Charles Northend (of Maine, c. 1800), 10:173
Cogswell, Mrs. Charles Northend (Margaret Elizabeth Russell), 10:173
Cogswell, Charles Northend (architect; d. 1941), 10:174; 26:56n94; 27:98, 99; 38:56, 58,
               61, 63; 41:33
Cogswell, Edward R. (son of following), 10:174
Cogswell, Dr. Edward Russell (1841-1914), 20:103, 107; 41:33
   obituary, 10:173-74
Cogswell, Mrs. Edward Russell (Sarah Parks Proctor), 10:174; 41:33
Coyswell, Dr. George P. (c. 1915), 10:174; 21:69; 30:15
   house of. 31:56; 32:38; 33:47
Cogswell, Mrs. George P. (Anne Bumstead), 21:69; 33:47
Cogswell, Prof. Joseph Green (1786-1871; Harvard Librarian ), 2:119; 4:22n1
Cogswell, Margaret E. (d. 1949), 10:174
Cogswell (son of Dr. George P.; ambulance driver in World War I), 21:69
Cogswell Avenue, 20:135
Cohasset, Massachusetts, 37:62; 43:168
   portico of Lechmere house in, 26:57
Cohen, see also Conn
Cohen, Stephen (Fayerweather St. resident, 1970s), 43:28
Cohen family (Boston, 1850). 41:60
Cohn, see also Cohen
Cohn, Amy E. (Historical Commission, 1960s), 42:33, 43; 43:70n2
Cohn, Dr. Edward J. (Francis Ave. resident, 1920s), 41:27
Coijchawick, 21:43.  See also Andover, Massachusetts
Coit, Miss Dorothy (schoolmistress, New York), 42:131
Coit, Captain (at Battle of Bunker Hill), 5:28
Coke, Daniel Parker (British M.P., 1780s), 33:66n33
Colburn, see also Coburn
Colburn, F. A. (jewelry store, 1912), 8:36; 41:143
Colburn, Mrs. Sarah Foster Hovey (d. before 1921), 15:10
Colburn, Warren (1793-1833; teacher), 34:88
Colburn, Mrs. Warren, 9:66
Colburn, Mr. (of Boston; on Bridge Committee, 1640), 14:38
Colby ("Couldbyes"), Anthony (landowner; d. 1663), 14:33; 31:22
Colby, Gardner (1810-1879; merchant, benefactor of Colby College), 33:150
Colby, Mrs. Lewis (formerly Mrs. Samuel Allen), 16:38
Colby College (Maine), 33:150
Colchester, see Merrimac[k] plantation and Merrimac, Massachusetts
"Cold Friday," see Weather
Colden, Jane (1724-1766; botanist), 43:135, 138
Cole, George (heads Harvard Coop, 1890s), 32:89; 41:53
Cole, John, 24:79n31
Cole, Mrs. John (Ursula; persecuted Quaker, 1663), 24:79n31
Cole, Mr. (Higginson family friend, 1827), 2:24
Cole family (1905), 44:114
Coleman, see also Colman
Coleman, Ann (Quaker, 1660s), 24:70n6
Col[e]man, Joseph (shoemaker of Scituate, mid-1600s), 24:72, 77-78
Coleman, Sarah (Quaker, mid-1600s):  persecution of, 24:71-73, 77
Coleman, Rev. (1807), 9:26
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor (1772-1834; English poet), 10:162; 29:34, 39, 43-44; 33:11, 12,
               14; 37:79
Colima, S.S. (sinks, 1895), 41:157
Colin, Mile, (teacher at Berkeley St. School, 1890s), 32:46
"College Book" (1700s), College Chapel, College Farm, see Harvard College/University
"College Corn," see Harvard College/University (funding of)
College Hall, see Harvard Hall (Harvard)
College Hill, 20:105; 34:123
College House (Harvard Square), 13:45; 18:24; 20:55, 93; 30:14, 16, 25, 80
   "Old College House" (1770s), 8:33, 36; 13:44-45, 50; 25:115, 118
"College House Nos. 1 and 2," see Harvard Law School
College of New Jersey, see Princeton University
College of William and Mary (Virginia), see Colleges and universities
College Press, 44:84.  See also Harvard University Press
College Pump, see Harvard College/University
"College Row" (commercial building, mid-1800s), 8:36, 38-39.  See also University Row
College Street, 14:67; 18:27; 33:15.  See also Quincy Street
College Wharf, 1:58; 7:52.  See also Business and industry (shipping)
Colleges and universities
   Andover-Newton Theological Seminary, 33:151
   Berea College, 44:110
   Boston College, 44:34
   Colby College, 33:150
   College of William & Mary, 33:146; 36:57
   Colorado College, 36:29
   Haverford College, 35:95
   Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 43:139
   Massachusetts General Theological Seminary, 21:77
   Middlebury College, 28:29; 35:106
   New England Female Medical College Report, 43:134n14
   Oberlin College, 44:132
   University(ies):
      of Massachusetts, Herbarium, 43:137
      of Pennsylvania, 18:69n1; 43:135
      of Virginia, 44:69 (see also Library[ies])
   Willamette University, 28:51
   Williams College, 35:99
   See also Amherst College; Andover Theological Seminary; Boston University; Bowdoin
               College; Brown University (Rhode Island College); Columbia College/University;
               Cornell University; Education; Episcopal Theological School; Harvard
               College/University; Harvard School(s); Johns Hopkins University; Library(ies);
               Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); Princeton University; Radcliffe
               College; School(s); Smith College; Tufts College; Vassar College; Wellesley
               College; Yale University
Collegiate Instruction for Women, Society for, see Society(ies) (organizations)
Collier, Adm. Sir George (1770s), 5:70-71, 81; 16:72
Collier's Weekly, see Periodicals (General)
Collins, Edward (Shepard executor, 1649), 42:108
Collins, Edward (of Billerica; d. 1689), 9:72, 75; 14:98; 22:76 (Map 1)
Collins, Mary (worker with Indians, c. 1900), 17:86
Collins, Patrick A. (1844-1905; politician), 20:35, 37, 40, 45
Collins, Thomas H.:  Princeton (Mass.) house of (built 1914), 43:167
Collins, Wilkie (1824-1889; British novelist), 28:93, 99
Colman, see also Coleman
Colman, John (cousin of Andrew Belcher, 1717), 21:90
Colman (first name unknown; second wife of Enoch Wellington), 8:23
Colonial Club, see Club(s)
Colonial Restaurant (1920s), 41:146.  See also Restaurants
Colonial Society of Massachusetts, see Historical Society(ies)
Colorado College, 36:29
Colt, Peter (of Rome, N.Y.; c. 1800), 27:75-76
Colt, Sally (c. 1800), 27:74, 75
   letter to Andrew Craigie from, 27:79-80
Colt family (Hartford, Ct.), 27:75
Columbia (ship), 28:35
Columbia College/University, 4:82; 7:35; 38:69; 43:133-34, 140
Columbia River Fishing and Trading Company (1833), 28:48
Columbia Street, 14:53; 16:76; 22:67, 68; 39:20
   "Brick Meeting House" on, 16:86; 42:83
   Dana (Richard, Sr.) lives on corner of Broadway and, 11:32n; 26:102
   horse cars on, 39:91, 92
Columbiad, The (Barlow), 27:54
Columbian Centinel, see Periodicals (Boston)
Columbian Exposition (Chicago, 1893), see Celebrations
Columbus, Christopher (1451-1506; explorer), 40:94, 102, 105
Columbus (ship), 25:101
Columbus Avenue (Boston), 34:76
Colvin, Sir Sidney (1845-1927; at British Museum), 35:64
Comegys, Mrs., young ladies' school of, 20:95.  See also School(s)
Comer,  John (1704-1734):  diary of, while Harvard student (1721-23), 11:72
Comets, see Astronomy
Comey, Arthur C. (planning consultant, 1920), 32:102; 42:91
Comey, Mrs. Arthur C., 32:102
Comins, Lucy, see Paige, Mrs. Lucius R. (third wife)
Commager, Henry Steele (b. 1902; historian), 33:69n41, 72n51
Commander Hotel, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Commercial Pioneer Association (c. 1900), 20:89
Commissioners of the United Colonies, 3:79
Committee(s), Revolutionary
   of Conference, 26:85-86
   of Correspondence, 3:77; 5:22, 24; 14:43; 30:48, 56; 33:69; 39:164
   on Depositions, 30:58 of
   Public Safety, 1:63; 3:19; 5:24, 43; 6:25; 13:85; 15:16; 17:58; 21:87, 101; 33:68, 70, 148;
               37:45-48 passim
      Benjamin Church on, 21:100; 30:56, 57, 59-60, 68
      Journals, 10:47n4
   of Supplies, 13:85; 30:56, 58, 59; 33:70, 71; 37:48
   See also Revolutionary War
Committee of Twelve, Junior, see First Church and Parish (Unitarian-Universalist)
Common, the, see Boston Common; Cambridge Common
Common Marsh, see Marsh(es)
"Common Pales," 6:34; 22:68, 69, 76-77; 31:24
   "Highway to," 14:35, 65; 22:62
   See also Fortifications
Common Street, 24:50, 51
"Commons" (food or eating place for students), see Food (at Harvard)
"Commons, Boston," see "Boston Commons"
"Commonplace Book," see Diaries and journals
Commonwealth Avenue (Boston), 16:25; 39:90; 40:102; 41:56, 166; 42:51, 52
Commonwealth Club, see Club(s)
Communication(s)
   and colonial unity, 39:164
   committees of correspondence and, see Committee(s), Revolutionary
   concerning "Convention Troops," 13:19-20
   "express," 13:25, 74n1; 16:57
   and the press:
      Dickens on, 28:70
      freedom of, see Freedom
      and "shirtsleeves diplomacy," 13:74
   telegraph:
      boys' games with, 43:29
      invention of, 14:129; 23:52; 29:55; 41:56, 60
      use of, 13:19; 34:72; 40:33; 42:115
   telephone, 41:143; 42:21; 43:29
      first installations of, 23:44; 41:10
      invention of, 14:129; 34:67, 68, 115, 123; 39:81n9; 42:10-11; 43:45
      and telephone calls to Radcliffe students, 41:144, 147
      Telephone Company office (1950s), 34:32
   television (WHDH-TV) and "Walking Tour of Cambridge" (1969-70), 42:43
   See also Advertisements; American Telephone and Telegraph Company; Business and
               industry (electronics); Periodicals; Printers; Publishers; Technology; Trade and
               commerce; Travel/transportation
Communism:  in China (1940s), 40:7
Community Chest, see Charity
Commuting (from Cambridge to Boston), see Travel/transportation
Compromise, see Missouri Compromise
Compton, Karl Taylor (1887-1954; MIT president, 1930-48), 42:58, 59, 60, 63
Comstock, Ada Louise (b. 1876; Radcliffe president, 1923-43), 24:16; 41:149, 150;
               44:149-50, 152 (illus. #10 following), 156
Comstock, Mrs. Seth (Elmwood tenant, 1921), 15:41
Conant, Edwin (of Sterling, 1829), 12:16
Conant, James Bryant (1893-1978; Harvard president 1933-53), 27:39n; 33:30; 34:10;
               36:73; 44:90, 151, 155
   houses of, 28:105; 33:32-33, 36; 41:23
   on old burying ground committee, 22:13n1; 35:23
Conant, Mrs. James Bryant, 28:105
Conant, Prof. Kenneth J. (architectural historian, 1960s), 42:34
Conant, Mary, see Foster, Mrs. Andrew
Conant, Gov. Roger (1592-1679), 27:46
Conant (settles on Governor's Island c. 1620), 22:59
Conant & Stockwell's provision store (1912), 8:36.  See also Retail and food stores
Concord, Massachusetts, 2:100; 4:56; 5:24; 26:26, 73; 34:120; 39:58, 99; 42:113, 115
   architecture in, 26:42; 43:161-62, 167, 170
   Art Association, 43:161, 167
   Birds of (Griscom), 35:14
   boundaries of, 9:72; 21:34, 38, 39n1; 22:20; 43:116
   Brewster at (and October Farm), 24:90-92, 97
   Courts at, 10:67; 15:28; 17:46; 39:60; 40:16, 132-33
   "Elmwood" (farm, 1892) in, 38:124
   founding and settlement of, 10:190; 14:100; 20:111, 126; 21:32, 38, 80
   Harvard's move to, 22:102; 44:67
   historic houses in, 25:67
   provisions stored at (1775), 37:48
   Public Library of, 25:136
   Reformatory at, see Jail(s)
   residents of, 7:77; 9:71; 10:174, 189; 25:26; 27:11, 12, 13; 28:24-25
   slave/Negro population in (1754, 1765), 10:63n1
   transcendentalism at, 23:63; 37:77, 80, 89 (see also Transcendentalism)
   See also Concord River; Lexington and Concord, Battles of
Concord, New Hampshire, 23:52; 40:26, 49, 56
Concord Avenue, 20:101; 21:68; 32:25, 38; 38:114; 40:87; 41:161; 42:93
   architecture on, 26:40; 44:103
   as boundary, 31:56; 37:16, 17
   brickyard on, 42:74
   brook running from/marsh near, 5:41; 16:114; 21:58; 24:89; 31:44, 53, 55
   buildings on, 28:106; 32:43; 33:46
      at corner of Waterhouse St., 5:111; 23:22
      Howells house (No. 37), 2:59; 21:63; 41: 165
      omnibus stable, 20:94 (see also Omnibuses)
      St. Peter's Church and High School, 15:34; 38:119
      Saunders house, 10:188; 20:99
      Tobin school, 44:103
      Tudor house, 3:100-109
   elms on, 18:46; 35:113
   horse cars on, 35:17; 39:84, 97; 42:89
   laid out, 7:59; 14:49-50, 65
   See also Concord Turnpike
Concord River, 23:51; 24:90, 91
   as boundary, 9:72, 76; 14:35; 21:38, 47, 49
   canal to and canal boats on, 40:46, 48, 53, 55 (see also Canal[s])
   as drinking water, 40:57 (see also Water supply)
"Concord Road," 5:39.  See also Concord Avenue; Massachusetts Avenue
Concord Street, 14:50, 57, 64; 16:43; 18:35.  See also Broadway
Concord Turnpike, 24:88; 26:38; 31:56; 32:25; 40:90
   Corporation, Cambridge and, 14:49
   crosses Common (later Garden St. crossing), 20:93; 33:46; 43:75
      controversy over, 39:113; 43:74
   See also Concord Avenue; Streets and highways
Confiscation Acts, see Law(s)
Congregational Church/Congregationalism, 3:109; 24:53; 36:64, 68
   as Bay Colony Church, 4:29; 43:112
   Cambridge Synod and, 32:104-14; 42:80
   Congregational Christian Church formed (1931), 43:122
   convention (1837), 4:29
   corporate powers of deacons of, 10:112
   divisions of, 2:29; 4:29; 20:63, 72-74; 36:58, 66, 69; 43:119-20 (see also First Church and
               Parish)
   First, see First Church and Parish, Congregational (Shepard Memorial Church)
   history of, 16:100; 43:112 (see also divisions of, above)
   Library of, 38:87, 100, 104-5
   in Milton, 25:103
   Norfolk St., see Prospect (Street) Congregational Church
   North Cambridge, 25:120
   organization of, 16:48, 98-99, 112; 23:71; 32:114; 43:84
   Park Street Church (Boston), 44:174
   Platform of Church Discipline (1649), 1:36; 10:107; 16:99; 38:87-88, 93-96, 97-98 (illus.),
               99-100, 101 (illus.), 102, 103 (illus.), 104-9; 42:106; 43:115
   300th anniversary (Synod and Platform), 32:104-14; 43:123, 125
   and Sabbath observance, 16:106 (see also Religion)
   secession from (by Episcopal congregation), see Episcopal Church
   Second, 20:65, 69; 43:117
   Winthrop, in Charlestown, 33:151
   See also Religion
Congregational Society, 16:57; 22:64
Congregationalist, see Periodicals (Church)
"Congress," colonial (1640s), 30:40-41
Congress, Continental, 7:38; 40:19
   First (Philadelphia, 1774), 7:37; 13:85; 39:158, 164
   Second (Philadelphia, 1775-76), 6:10; 7:104; 13:85; 33:70-71; 37:25; 43:142
      and Benjamin Church affair, 30:48, 60-69 passim
      Francis Dana as delegate to, 3:58, 60; 10:143, 159; 25:119; 26:84-86, 121
      Letters of Members of, 26:86n45
      Washington appointed Commander-in-chief by, 18:59, 62; 37:53-59 passim
Congress, Provincial (1775), 5:24; 13:85; 18:60, 73n1; 30:56, 58, 60; 33:70-71; 37:45-48
               passim, 51, 52, 56, 57
   confiscation of property by, 15:42; 16:19; 21:100; 26:60; 37:12 (see also Loyalists)
   Journals, 10:47n6
   meets in Cambridge, 3:19; 24:52; 43:118
   meets in Watertown, 13:85; 15:43; 21:100; 24:52; 30:61, 66; 33:70
Congress, U.S., 32:60; 37:63; 44:127
   and Cambridge as port, 39:110; 40:27, 143
   and "Convention Troops," 10:55; 13:42, 59, 60, 70-78, 80
   and currency, 13:64, 75, 76 (see also Money)
   Fifty-first (1891), 34:49
   refuses to pay balance of Gerry's salary, 33:76
   suffragist committee and (1917), 44:147-48
   and telegraph, appropriation for development of, 29:55
   views of, on diplomacy, 26:89
   See also "Congress," colonial (1640s); Congress, Continental; Congress, Provincial
Congress (ship), 26:105
Congress Street (Boston), 30:74; 33:143
Conihasset, 21:43.  See also Hingham, Massachusetts
Conklin (historian, 1927), 39:58, 59, 60, 63
Conlan, Lt. Charles (schoolmaster, killed in World War II), 35:102
Conlon, John (politician, 1880s), 20:40
Connecticut, Colony/State of
   and Cambridge Synod, 32:109
   and confederation (1643/44), 32:108; 42:105
   first law school in country in (Litchfield), 25:122
   "Fundamental Orders" (constitution) of, 32:64; 43:113
   histories of, 27:75n80
   Hooker's move to (1636), see Hooker, Rev. Thomas
   land grants in, 44:54-55
   -Massachusetts boundary disputes, 5:22; 21:44-45
   military imprisonment in (1770s), 30:56, 68, 69
   ornamented furniture and walls in, 21:50-51, 53-54 (and illus. )
   settlement of, 5:21, 22; 7:104; 32:108
   smuggling into, 39:147
   trade and commerce of, 44:61
   troops of, in Revolutionary War, see Revolutionary War
   Winthrop [the younger] as governor of, 7:73; 32:113; 44:56
   See also Connecticut River and Valley; Hartford, Connecticut; New Haven, Connecticut
Connecticut River and Valley, 23:90; 24:36, 37
   and river traffic, 17:37; 40:50, 51
   settlements along (1630s), 10:100; 21:32, 44, 50; 23:90; 32:63-64, 66; 40:82; 44:56, 61
   See also Hartford, Connecticut
Conscription (draft), see Army
"Consecration Dell," see Mount Auburn Cemetery
Conservatism, see Politics
"Conspiracy theory," see History
Conspirators Act (1779), 16:78.  See also Law(s); Loyalists
Constantius Fund (Harvard), 12:34.  See also Sophocles, Prof. Evangelinus Apostolides
Constellation, U.S.S. (frigate), 6:7
"Constellation Class" (1860s), 16:19
Constitution, U.S., 32:105
   Connecticut constitution and, 32:64
   delegation of powers by, 17:16, 17
   Eighteenth Amendment to, see Wine and spirits (and temperance movement)
   framing of (Constitutional Convention, Philadelphia, 1787), 3:60-61; 10:159; 15:43; 28:17;
               33:72; 37:25; 43:87
   Massachusetts adopts (1788), 6:36; 7:37; 10:152, 159; 26:90, 121; 29:69
      and opposition to, 3:61; 15:43
   Nineteenth Amendment to, 44:148 (see also Women)
   and slavery, 28:22
Constitution, U.S.S. ("Old Ironsides"; frigate, launched 1797), 6:7; 29:26-27
   Holmes's poem on, 33:34; 41:62, 120
Constitutions, state, see Connecticut, Colony/State of; Massachusetts Constitution
Constitutional Conventions
   Massachusetts, see Massachusetts Constitutional Convention(s)
   U.S., see Constitution, U.S.
Consumers' League, 11:86
Contentment plantation, 21:32.  See also Dedham, Massachusetts
Continental Congress, see Congress, Continental
Continental Hospital (1770s), 30:61.  See also Hospitals; Medicine, practice of
Continental Hotel, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Continental troops, see Militia
"Convention Troops"
   barracks/accommodations for, 1:57; 10:51n2, 54-55, 73n1; 13:17-80; 21:94, 101, 118;
               22:29, 31-32; 31:26; 32:27; 37:15
   diaries kept by members of, 11:75, 77; 16:126
   "Hessians" among, 13:17n2, 18, 19n1, 25, 31-32, 54n1, 58-67 passim
   list of, 13:16 (illus. facing); 23:15
   social life among, 13:32, 61, 66
   See also Riedesel, Mme. [Baroness] Fredericka von
Converse, Edward (ferry keeper, 1630s), 9:71; 33:144
Converse, Frederick Shepherd (1871-1940; composer), 32:88; 41:99
Converse, P. L. (writer, c. 1830), 40:45
Converse family, 14:80
Cony, Sarah, see Williams, Mrs. Renel [Reuel?]
Cony (silversmith), 19:40
Cook, see also Cooke
Cook, Charles W. (landowner, 1890s), 38:113, 115
Cook, Charlotte Augusta Langdon, see Sibley, Mrs. John Langdon
Cook, Ebenezer Washington (of New York, mid-1800s), 32:115
Cook, Mrs. Ebenezer Washington (Delphia Chad-dock), 32:115
Cook, Miss Eliza:  Longfellow letter to (1852), 28:76
Cook, Frank Gaylord(1859-1948; lawyer), 2:45; 33:50, 53
   tribute to, 32:115-16
Cook, Mrs. Frank Gaylord (Alice Burr Sterling), 32:115
Cook, Dr. Frederick A. (1865-1940; physician and explorer), 33:121
Cook[e], George (landowner, 1630s), 14:33n1, 96; 15:25; 22:66, 76 (Map 1)
Cook[e], Joseph (of Shepard congregation, 1630s; returns to England 1658), 5:36; 10:103;
               15:25; 22:20, 61, 76 (Map 1)
   house of, see Cooke-Holyoke house
   operates ferry, 7:53; 14:33n1, 47, 96; 22:66
Cook, Joseph [Flavius Josephus] (1838-1901; lecturer), 3:28-29
Cook, John (merchant, c. 1800), 16:85, 86
Cook, John ("proprietor," 1826), 17:48
Cook, Russell ("old resident," 1910), 5:41
Cook, Susan (in Female Humane Society, 1800s), 9:65
Cook, William:  house of (standing in 1940), 26:46
Cook, Zebedee (1786-1858; horticulturist), 34:79; 44:182
Cook, Widow (of "Menottemy," 1775), 18:17n2
Cook, Professor (owned Ernest Longfellow house on Brattle St.), 21:68
Cook family, 10:115
Cooke, see also Cook
Cooke, George Frederick (actor, d. 1811), 4:88
Cooke, Prof. Josiah Parsons (1827-1894; chemist), 3:33-34; 6:49; 26:21, 22; 34:44; 40:98
   character of, 6:51; 7:79
   house of (Quincy St.), 18:44
Cooke, Mrs. Josiah Parsons (Mary Huntington), 9:68-69; 18:18, 23, 44; 22:95
   life of (1911 paper on), 6:49-53
Cooke, Mary Huntington, see Cooke, Mrs. Josiah Parsons
Cooke, Rev. Samuel (1709-1783):  diary of (1739-83), 11:82
Cooke-Holyoke house ("Mansion"; built 1668, corner of Holyoke Pl. and Holyoke St.), 6:24;
               9:32n1; 11:20n5, 30n1; 14:47
Cooking, see Food
"Cooledge," see Coolidge
Cooley, Francis R. (of Hartford, Ct.; owner, 1918, of Burgoyne's sword), 13:29n3
Coolidge, Prof. Albert Sprague (Harvard 1915), 41:34; 43:30
Coolidge, Mrs. Albert Sprague, 41:34
Coolidge, Prof. Archibald C. (1866-1928; Harvard Librarian ), 27:32, 36, 38
Coolidge, "Archie" (son of Julian L.), 43:18-19
Coolidge, Calvin (1872-1933; U.S. president 1923-28), 18:48; 33:119
Coolidge, Caroline Matilda, see Lane, Mrs. William Homer
Coolidge, Charles Allerton (1858-1936; architect), 27:25; 33:33n47; 34:11, 15; 35:73, 74;
               41:131
Coolidge, Mrs. Charles Allerton, 41:126, 131
Coolidge, Edward (c. 1900), 32:98
Coolidge, George (historian, 1887), 39:92n47
Coolidge, Rev. J. I. T. (Brewster Pl. resident, 1880s), 22:51; 40:145
Coolidge, Mrs. J. I. T., 22:51
Coolidge, John (Sr.) (selectman of Watertown; d. 1691), 13:84
Coolidge, John, Jr. (m. c. 1680), 8:20; 13:84; 32:98
Coolidge, Mrs. John, Jr. (Mary Wellington [Maddock], second wife), see Wellington, Mary
Coolidge, John (director of Fogg Art Museum, 1950s), 35:64
Coolidge, John Templeman (m. 1831), 19:47n
Coolidge, Mrs. John Templeman (Louisa Riche Tilman), 19:47n
Coolidge, Joseph (son of Josiah; landowner, c. 1800), 32:97-98
Coolidge, Joseph, Jr. (Craigie Bridge incorporator, 1807), 16:39, 88
Coolidge, Mrs. Joseph (of Boston, 1811; daughter of Madam Susan Bulfinch), 3:100, 107
Coolidge, Joseph G. (in Home Guard, 1860s), 2:39
Coolidge, Joshua (landowner, c. 1812), 37:26; 44:160
Coolidge, Josiah (1787-1874; landowner), 14:65
   farm and farmhouse of, 13:84, 86; 32:96-101 passim; 37:26; 44:160-63 passim, 166, 168
               (and illus. #1 following)
      plans of, 44:163, 168 (Maps 1 and 2 following)
Coolidge, Prof. Julian Lowell (c. 1875-1954; mathematician), 43:18-19, 30
   "Lawrence Lowell, President" (1951 paper), 34:7-18
   as president of Prospect Union (c. 1915), 40:145, 146
Coolidge, Mrs. Julian Lowell (Theresa Reynolds; d. 1972), 43:15, 18
Coolidge, Nathaniel (of Watertown, 1770), 5:61
Coolidge, Rosamond, see Howe, Mrs. George Wright
Coolidge, Sarah Templeman, see Howe, Mrs. [Uriah] Tracy
Coolidge, Simon (landowner, 1754), 24:63n1
Coolidge, Stephen (landowner, c. 1750), 13:83; 26:50
Coolidge, Susan Bulfinch, see Lyman, Mrs. Joseph
Coolidge, Miss (daughter of Rev. J. I. T.), see Deane, Mrs. Walter
Coolidge (son of Prof. A. S.; architect, 1955), 43:30
Coolidge, Shepley, Bulfinch, and Abbott (architects), 35:73
Coolidge Avenue, 1:60; 13:84; 14:65; 24:64; 32:96-103 passim; 34:85; 42:112
Coolidge Bank, see Banks and trust companies
Coolidge Corner (Brookline), 14:38n1
Coolidge family, 10:115; 22:75; 24:63; 32:96-103 passim; 43:18
Coolidge farm, see Coolidge, Josiah
Coolidge Hill, 34:70; 35:17
   "History of" (1948 paper), 32:96-103; 43:7n1
   Shady Hill School moved to, 41:24; 42:16
Coolidge Hill Road, 25:18; 32:103; 35:18; 36:8
   architecture on, 43:160 (illus. #8 following), 163, 166
Coolidge's tavern, see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Cooly (tavern keeper, c. 1852), 20:134.  See also Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Coombe, Bernard (in England, 1780s), 19:76
Coombe, Rev. (Loyalist in England, 1780s; father of Bernard), 19:64, 65, 76
Coombe, Mrs. (sister of Mrs. George Inman), 19:57, 76
"Coop," Harvard, see Harvard Cooperative Society
Cooper, George Duncan (mid-1800s), 19:46n1
Cooper, Mrs. George Duncan (Margaretta Susan Livingston), 19:46n1
Cooper, James Fenimore (1789-1851; novelist), 28:85; 40:95
Cooper, Deacon John (d. 1691), 6:19-20, 21; 7:76-77; 14:96-97; 22:20, 98
   descendants of, 5:54; 22:119
Cooper, Mrs. [Deacon) John (Anne Sparhawk), 6:20; 7:77
Cooper, John (1698-1724), 6:20
Cooper, Mrs. John (b. 1703; Lydia Prentice; later Mrs. Thomas Kidder), 6:20
Cooper, Lydia (widow of Simon; second wife of Deacon Gregory Stone; before 1636),
               7:72-73, 76
   descendants of, 5:53, 54
Cooper, Lydia (daughter of above), 7:76
Cooper, Lydia Kidder, see Cooper, Mrs. Walter, Jr.
Cooper, Lydia Prentice, see Cooper, Mrs. John [2d]
Cooper, Mary, see Merriam, Mrs. John
Cooper, Samuel (d. 1718), 6:20
Cooper, Mrs. Samuel (Hannah Hastings), 6:20
Cooper, Rev. Samuel (1725-1783; of Boston), 13:39n3, 44n3; 39:157n27
Cooper, Samuel (Boston office of, 1792),16:83
Cooper, Simon (of England, c. 1590), 7:73, 77
Cooper, Walter (1697-1751; builder), 6:20
Cooper, Mrs. Walter (Martha Goddard), 6:20
Cooper, Walter, Jr. (1729-1756), 6:20
Cooper, Mrs. Walter, Jr.(b.1726;Lydia Kidder, later Mrs. Jonathan Hill), 6:20
Cooper, Miss (at Buckingham School, 1932), 42: 130-31
Cooper family, 6:34; 10:115
Cooper-Frost-Austin house (built 1657), 14:45n1; 17:48; 25:121; 38:83, 116
   architecture of, 6:19-21; 43:39
   as Historic Landmark, 1:65; 6:17; 20:102, 127; 21:10; 27:98; 38:117; 42:41
   as "oldest" in Cambridge, 7:77; 14:97; 20:127; 22:98; 27:99; 38:111 (see also Houses,
               meetinghouses, etc. )
   view of (sold as postcard, 1930), 27:100
Cooper's tavern (1777), see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Cooper-Marshal, Frances, see Donovan, Mrs. James
Cooperative, Harvard, see Harvard Cooperative Society
"Cooperative Open Air School," see School(s) (Shady Hill)
Cope, Mrs. Oliver (Alice DeN.), 43:105
   "The Story of the Window Shop" (1974 paper), 43:97-110
Copeland, Prof. Charles Townsend (1860-1952; "Copey"), 2:42, 59, 107, 108; 27:34;
               35:115, 122-24; 41:54; 42:10; 44:25
Copenhagen, Sarah (schoolgirl, 1860s), 32:36
Copithorne, Prof. Matthew R. (of MIT; Francis Ave. resident, 1926-57), 41:30
Copley, Elizabeth, see Greene, Mrs. Elizabeth
Copley, John Singleton (c. 1738-1815; painter), 10:8-9n1; 19:68; 22:88; 27:14; 40,12; 41:56
   Dana portrait by, 10:159; 26:79, 80, 84, 91n57
   Loyalist portraits by, 9:61; 10:8n1, 15n4; 12:77; 17:56; 26:52
Copley Plaza Hotel (Boston), see Taverns, inns, hotels, and boardinghouses
Copley Society (Boston), 8:51
Copley Square (Boston), 26:46; 33:124; 35:62, 68; 42:49, 50
Copley Theatre (Boston), see Theatre
Copper Works Point (Boston), 22:68
Copps Hill (Boston)
   British troops encamped on, 33:45
   burial ground, 10:40n4; 17:30; 28:61
   ferry and bridge to, 7:53, 54, 56; 39:109
Copyright law, see Law(s)
Coquerel, A. L. C. (1795-1868; French theologian), 36:61
Corbet, see also Corbett
Corbet (murder) case (1769), 40:124-25. See also Crime
Corbett, see also Corbet
Corbett, Anna (tavern keeper, 1849), 20:133
Corbett, Mrs. Helen (lodging house keeper, 1890), 23:79
Corbett, J. J. (politician, 1880s), 20:45
Corbett, John (athlete, 1890s), 23:79
Corcoran, Mayor John (1940s), 44:95
Corcoran, John H. (merchant), 35:88
Corey:  History of Malden, 21:32, 35
Corey Hill (Brookline), 12:44; 40:25; 43:145
Corlet, Ammi Ruhamah (Harvard Fellow; d. 1679), 2:16
Corlet[t], Elijah (1610-1687/8; schoolmaster), 3:15; 35:91-93
   "Nehemiah Walter's Elegy on" (1906 paper on), 2:13-20
Corlet[t], Mrs. Elijah (Barbary [or Barbara] Cutter), 2:16
Corlet, Hepzibah (Mrs. James Minott; later Mrs. Daniel Champney), 2:16
Corn, see Agriculture and horticulture
Corne, see also Coerne
Corne, Adolphus M. (New York businessman, 1840s), 8:50
Corne, Mrs. Adolphus M. (Elizabeth Sarah Dumbreck), 8:50
Corne, Fanny Elizabeth (CHS member; d. 1943), 35:18, 19
   "Mrs. Mary Isabella De Gozzaldi" (1935 paper), 23:72-75; 32:30
Corne, William Frederick (1843-1913; merchant, inventor, artist): obituary, 8:50-51
Cornell, Ezra (1807-1874; capitalist), 36:24
Cornell University, 2:79; 4:82; 35:98; 36:24, 25, 29
Corner, Andrew, 27:44n3. See also Craigie,
Capt. Andrew (1703-1766) Cornhill Street (Boston), 10:188; 14:126; 19:15; 20:85, 112
Corning Glass Company (New York), 36:102
Cornish, Rev. Louis Craig (Harvard 1899), 43:29
   house of (built 1916), 43:160 (illus. #5 following), 161, 165, 167
Cornish, Mrs. Louis Craig (Frances), 43:29
Corporal punishment
   for crimes:
      in England, 32:50
      whipping, 10:67
   Dana's view of, 26:103, 107
   at Harvard, 3:14; 32:67
   horsewhipping of editor, 20:86; 36:109
   of nonconformists, 32:111
   of persecuted Quakers, 24:70-82 passim; 32:112
   by Puritans, 32:49-50
   in schools, 3:38; 13:92, 93, 108-9; 16:119, 124; 25:92; 26:103; 30:78, 79-80; 34:37;
               37:98
   of "witches," 16:31; 32:76
   See also Execution(s); Witchcraft trials
Corsy, Rev. and Mrs. R. S. (Irving St. residents, 1954-61), 41:34
Cost of living, see Expenses; Prices
Cottage Farm, see Brookline, Massachusetts
Cottage Farm Bridge, see Bridge(s) (Brookline Street)
Cottage Street, 14:35
Cotter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. (Irving St. residents, 1920-59), 41:36
Cotting (contemporary of Dr. Holmes), 4:51
Cotton, Rev. John (1584-1652), 3:17; 10:98; 12:68; 16:113; 32:113; 38:94, 109; 42:102
   and Antinomian controversy, 32:73; 42:104 (see also Religion)
   of Boston, England, 14:81; 30:32; 32:110; 44:50
   and conversion issue, 40:72, 76-83
   Hooker and, 10:92, 95-101 passim; 31:61; 32:62, 63; 40:80-82; 43:113; 44:42, 51-52
   ordained in Boston (1633), 10:97; 32:73; 44:48, 50
Cotton, Mrs. John (later Mrs. Richard Mather), 32:113
Cotton, John (Harvard student, c. 1680), 11:62
Cotton, Rev. John (of Newton, 1717), 21:89
Cotton, Hon. Josiah (1680-1756):  diary of, while Harvard student (c. 1700), 11:72
Cotton family, 14:80
Cotton Street, 30:74, 75.  See also Hancock Street
Cottrell, Adam S. (lumber merchant, mid-1800s), 38:28, 30
Coues, Elliott (1842-1899; ornithologist), 24:87; 35:13
"Couldbyes," see Colby
Coulson, Kr. (Loyalist in England, 1780s), 19:59
Council for New England, see Plymouth Company
Counihan, Judge Edward A., Jr. (1950s), 32:120; 35:106
Counihan, Judge Edward F. (early 1900s), 17:23
Counties
   abolition of, 42:92
   establishment of, 21:22, 39:58; 42:80
   and shire towns, 17:46; 24:61; 39:58; 42:80
      Lancaster (Mass.) and, 1:29
   See also Court House(s) (Cambridge); Essex County (Massachusetts); Middlesex County;
               Norfolk County; Suffolk County (Massachusetts)
"Country life" (1811) described, see Domestic and family life
Country School, see School(s)
Country Week fair, 44:112.  See also Charity
Countway Library, see Harvard Medical School
County Road (to Watertown), 14:104, 105; 24:63.  See also "Great Road" Court(s), the
   atheist witness in, 20:30
   and Cambridge as shire town, see Cambridge, Massachusetts
   in Concord, see Concord, Massachusetts
   contempt of (man in shirtsleeves), 32:28; 39:61
   general, see Massachusetts General Court/Legislature
   Indian, see Indians
   interpreters for, 17:25
   judicial:
      established (1635), 39:57
      "evils" of, 40:11
   jurisdiction of, over Massachusetts Bay Colony, 26:73
   and jury lists, 37:96
   Juvenile Court, 17:24
   Police Court, 17:21-22; 39:68-69
   and "Scotch verdict," 41:64
   steam trains ruled against by, 39:93
   Third District Court (history of), 17:16-27; 39:68-69
   See also Crime; Law(s); Middlesex County Court; Witchcraft trials
Court House (Boston), 41:59, 60
   slaves imprisoned in, 23:85; 37:84, 86
Court House(s) (Cambridge), 17:46; 22:71; 23:26
   church services held in, 8:36; 43:120, 124
   cost of building, 39:60, 64, 66, 69, 111
   dedication of new (Probate Court, 1900), 39:66
   first, 39:58-60
      burned (c. 1671), 24:82n35; 39:59
   General Court meets in, 42:82 (see also Massachusetts General Court/Legislature)
   history of (1962 paper), 39:55-70
   lectures given at, 11:31
   meetinghouse used as, 29:71- 39:57, 59
   preservation of old (1757) discussed (1922), 16:11, 133, 135
   records in, see Middlesex County
   removal of, to East Cambridge, see East Cambridge
   sites of old, 39:56-70
      Harvard Square or vicinity, 1:21, 64; 3:52; 8:33, 36; 13:22; 14:36, 39; 18:73; 20:117;
               25:120; 29:69; 39:58, 60-62; 42:80, 83; 43:71, 85, 120
   taverns or barrooms used as, 17:20; 39:63, 69
   town meetings held in, 13:22; 39:113; 42:83
   See also Middlesex County
Court of Assistants, 44:42, 45.  See also Massachusetts General Court/Legislature
Court Street (Boston), 3:10; 23:85; 25:91; 38:42; 41:59, 60, 79, 80; 42:10
Court Street (Cambridge), 14:68; 39:84, 86, 92; 42:9.  See also Third Street
Courts-martial, see Army Courtland family, 19:72
Cousen's Coal Wharf, 39:27.  See also Business and industry (shipping); Coal
Cove farm, 16:33.  See also Phip[p]s (later Bo[a]rdman) farm
Covenant(s)
   church, see Religion
   "of grace," 32:73
Coveney, John W. (politician, 1880s), 20:44, 45
Cow(s), see Animals
"Cow Common," see Cambridge Common
"Cow Yard Lane," 14:35; 22:61, 63-64, 65
Cowden, Colonel (1860s), 20:100
Cowen, Robert (machinist, 1870s, 1890s), 36:82, 83; 40:24, 30, 39
Cowles, J. (of Macon, Ga., 1847), 42:111-12
Cowley fathers (monastic group), 20:120
Cowperthwaite Street, 18:27
Cowpox (smallpox), see Disease
Cox, Allen Howard (architect, c. 1900), 33:56, 57
Cox, Charles M. (of Melrose; newspaperman, 1930s), 36:117
Cox, George Howland (engineer, bank official, 1860s-1920s), 39:34; 41:22, 46
Cox, Henry S. (printer, publisher, 1840s), 20:84, 85
Cox, James (publisher, 1860s), 20:86
Cox, Leonard, Jr., and Company (publishers, 1840s), 20:85
Cox, Peter L. (printer, publisher, 1840s), 20:84, 85
Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Walter (1807), 9:24
Crackbone, Benjamin (1710-1767; tanner), 10:71n1; 24:58
Crackbone, Gilbert (landowner; d. 1672), 14:98; 22:76 (Map 1)
Craddock, George (of Boston, 1756), 10:23, 25n4, 42
Craddock (or Cradock[e]), Gov. Mat[t]hew (1630s), 5:35; 21:20, 35; 30:33-34
Crad[d]ock (or Tufts) house and land (Medford), 6:17; 21:35; 42;70
"Cradle of Liberty," see Faneuil Hall (Boston)
Cradock[e], see Craddock
Craft, Lt. Benjamin (1738-1823):  diary of (1775), 11:75
Crafts, James M. (1839-1917; MIT president), 4:82
Cragbone, see Crackbone
Craig, see also Craik
Craig, John (actor, c. 1920), 27:38; 40:111, 112
Craigie, Capt. Andrew (1703-1766), 4:36; 27:44-47
Craigie, Mrs. [Capt.] Andrew (Elizabeth Gardner of Nantucket; "Mama" Craigie), 27:46, 50-51,
               52, 56, 88
Craigie, Dr. Andrew (1754-1819), 4:36; 25:60n69; 33:9
   account book of, 12:9; 27:91
   as apothecary, 10:57-58; 14:73; 16:35; 27:47-50, 53-55 passim, 84; 29:19, 71; 37:18
   birth and early days of, 27:46-47
   and Craigie Bridge, see Bridge(s)
   and "Craigie's Point," 16:33, 54, 76, 88-90
   death of, 11:20; 21:103; 25:20; 27:65
   family and social life of, 9:7, 11, 16, 19-20. 26, 35, 36; 21:102-3; 27:51-52, 56-65 passim
   heirlooms of, 27:88-89
   land speculation, bridge- and road-building by, 9:28, 33; 14:56-59 passim, 73-75;
               16:88-92; 22:71; 27:54-55, 61-63, 65, 75, 77, 79; 31:26, 38, 42; 32:26; 36:93;
               37:18, 20
      and East Cambridge Court House, see East Cambridge
   and lawsuits, 14:49, 57, 74-75; 37:18
   miniature of, 25:52; 27: frontispiece, 56; 57, 86n96, 87-88
   secret letters to, 25:53-54; 27:69-85, 91; 28:88
   street (Cambridge St.) sometimes called after, 14:64 (see also Craigie Street [Cambridge])
   summerhouse (and site) of, see Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
   unacknowledged daughter of, see Allen, Polly (or Mary)
   Vassall house owned/occupied by, see Vassall-Craigie-Longfellow House (105 Brattle St. )
   as warden of Christ Church, 16:35; 27:60
Craigie, Mrs. [Dr.] Andrew (1772-1841; Elizabeth ["Betsy"] Shaw), 9:7, 16, 29, 35, 65; 11:24;
               14:74; 16:35-36; 27:61; 28:24, 85; 29:19; 32:26; 37:18; 43:44-45
   death of, 4:35; 25:52-57; 27:89; 28:63, 31:57; 33:19; 43:44
      bequests to Harvard, 25:53; 27:68; 38:83
      tomb, 16:36; 25:55-56 (and illus. following); 27:67
   education of, 16:88; 25:21, 27, 31, 56; 27:66, 89
   poems on, 25:51-52n47, 54n56, 58-60
   portrait of, 25:52 (illus. following); 27:88
   roominghouse of, see Vassall-Craigie-Long-fellow House (105 Brattle St.)
   secret romance of, 25:53, 54; 27:58-59, 67n60; 29:71
   social life of, 9:11, 19-20, 22, 23. 30; 21:102-3; 27:60, 63
Craigie [?], Debby (1813), 9:36
Craigie, Elizabeth (sister of Dr. Andrew), 27:46
Craigie, Elizabeth (daughter of following), see Foster, Mrs. Bossenger
Craigie, Elizabeth Gardner, see Craigie, Mrs. [Capt.] Andrew
Craigie, Elizabeth Shaw, see Craigie, Mrs. [Dr.] Andrew
Craigie, Lt. George (of Saviskaill, 1791), 27:44n3
Craigie, John (1755-1774; brother of Dr. Andrew), 27:46, 47, 51
"Craigie," Miriam (Mrs. Craigie's servant), see Servants/"hired help"
Craigie, Sir William A. (1940s), 27:44n3
Craigie, Wainwright & Co. (New York City), 27:55n32
Craigie (Canal) Bridge and Craigie Bridge Corporation, see Bridge(s)
Craigie Brook, see Craigie Street
Craigie Circle, 31:57
Craigie Estate, 31:58
   island in lake or "fishpond" ("Worcester's Pond") on, 20:94; 25:25, 26 (illus. facing); 26:53;
               31:57, 58, 59, 60; 33:96, 98 (see also Ponds and lakes)
   plan of, 14:72; 25:20; 31:frontispiece
Craigie family
   exhibition of memorabilia of (1941), 27:87-91
   paper on (1941), 27:43-36
   variations of name, 27:90
Craigie House, see Vassall-Craigie-Longfellow House (105 Brattle St.)
Craigie Street (Cambridge), 26:14; 42:131
   architecture on, 18:33; 20:57; 26:40 (illus. #13 following), 41, 44; 31:57; 42:46; 43:31
               (illus. #6, #7 following), 45, 46, 167, 168, 169
   brook ("Lost") across, 20:94; 25:109; 31:44-60
   Cambridge St. known as, 14:64 (see also Cambridge Street)
   horse cars on, 22:52, 55, 106; 35:17; 39:84; 42:89
   laid out (1852), 31:56; 37:18
      Berkeley St. cut through to, 26:118
   naming of, 14:65; 32:26
   residents on, 11:8; 12:7; 18:33; 21:67; 40:96
   -Sparks-Brattle St. junction, see Brattle Street (Cambridge)
Craigie Street (Somerville), 20:129
Craigie's Hill, 31:56
   summerhouse on, see Houses, meetinghouses, etc.
Craigie's Mills (Maine), 27:65, 90
Craigie's Pond, see Craigie Estate
Craigie's Road, 16:48
Craik, see also Craig
Craik, Dr. James (1730-1814), 27:50, 55
Cram, Ernest R. (engineer, c. 1900), 34:116
Cram, Ralph Adams (1863-1942; architect), 32:102
Cram, Robert N. (thesis on architecture, 1922), 43:81
Cranch, Rev. Christopher (1813-1892), 11:14n2
Cranch, Hannah, see Bond, Mrs. William
Cranch, John (of England, 1815), 25:78
Cranch, Joseph (of England, c. 1820), 25:79
Cranch, Mary, see Bond, Mrs. William Cranch (second wife)
Cranch, Selina, see Bond, Mrs. William Cranch (first wife)
Cranch, Judge William (1769-1855), 11:14; 12:21
Cranch family, 25:84
Crane, Mayor Edward A. (1914-1982), 42:64
   "Observations on Cambridge City Government under Plan E" (1977 informal talk),
               44:87-103
Crane, Margaret, see Fuller, Mrs. Timothy, Jr.
Crane, Maj. Peter (of Canton, c. 1800), 11:33
Crane, Thomas (committee member, 1777), 13:21, 24, 28
Crawford, F. Stuart, 37:127
   "The George G. Wright Collection" (1958 paper), 37:91-106
Crawford, Mary C. (author, 1903), 26:49n1, 57n106, 61
Crawford, Thomas (1813-1857; sculptor), 34:89, 91
"Crazy Mary," 44:25.  See also Cambridge "characters"
Creation theory, see Religion
Credit, see Economic conditions; Mortgages and debts
Credit Union Movement, 40:35
Creek Lane, 14:34.  See also Brattle Square; Eliot Street
Creighton Street, 20:131
Crescent Place (Boston), 9:8
Cresson, William Penn (Dana biographer, 1930s), 16:83; 26:82-92nn42-60 passim; 33:9n9,
               160
Crime
   and courts-martial, see Army
   delinquent children, see Children
   murder and murder cases, 13:11; 14:44; 21:104, 118; 35:93
      Corbet case (1769), 40:124
      Eastman-Grogan, 35:83
      "Murder in Cambridge" (1978 paper), 44:193
      Negroes executed for, 17:50-53
      poisoning (1899), 21:66
      Selfridge (1806), 9:11-12; 41:64
      Webster, see Webster, Dr. John White
   pickpockets, 36:107
   religious dissension as, 24:67-82 (see also Religion)
   Sabbath observance and, 16:102; 32:26
   Sacco-Vanzetti case, 34:12
   slavery seen as, 37:84 (see also Slavery)
   vandalism (at Mount Auburn Cemetery), 44:188
   See also Corporal punishment; Court(s); Fines and penalties; Jail(s); Law(s); Treason;
               Violence
Crimean War, see War(s)
Crocker, Edgar (bank official, 1890s), 41:52
Crocker, Edgar (grandson of above; bank official, 1960s), 41:52
Crocker, Emma, see Smith, Mrs. Emilius
Crocker (1800 classmate of T. Fuller, Jr.), 11:34, 46, 49
Croe, John (of Billerica, 1654), 9:76
Cromwell, Henry (Boston Loyalist, 1760s), 10:44
Cromwell, Oliver (1599-1658; lord protector of England), 19:69; 26:74; 30:31; 32:65
   adherents of, 3:7; 6:21; 7:101; 14:88; 23:71; 30:32; 32:74
Cronkhite, Dean Bernice Brown (of Radcliffe, 1923-59), 41:146; 44:150, 152 (and illus.
               following)
Cronkhite Graduate Center, 44:152 (and illus. #13 following)
Crook, Gen. George (1829-1890), 17:87
Crooked Street/Lane, 3:13; 8:30; 14:34, 65. See also Holyoke Street
Crosby, Dr. Dixie (of New Hampshire, 1870s), 20:109
Crosby, Simon (1608-1675; landowner), 22:78
Crosby[ie], Simon [Symon] (1637-c. 1725; of Billerica), 9:76, 77; 14:47, 98
Crosby[ie], Mrs. Simon (Rachel Brackett), 9:77
Crosby, Thomas (landowner, d. 1703), 14:98; 21:82
Crosby, Captain (1775), 18:67
Crosman, see also Crossman
Crosman, Robert (joiner, of Taunton, c. 1725-45), 21:51
Cross, Prof. Charles R. (physicist at MIT, early 20th c.), 34:112, 115
Cross Canal, see Canal(s)
Cross Street, 30:73.  See also Hancock Street
Crossman, see also Crosman
Crossman, Fannie, see Kiernan, Mrs. Thomas J.
Croswell, Rev. Andrew (1860s), 31:34
Croswell, Miss Anna (Ash St. resident, late 1800s), 31:33
Croswell, Prof. James Greenleaf (d. 1915), 30:85-86; 31:34
Croswell, Naomi, see Dana, Mrs. Daniel
Crothers, Alice (b. c. 1860), 33:100, 108
Crothers, Alice Ames, see Crothers, Mrs. Bronson
Crothers, Dr. Bronson (Francis Ave. resident, 1925-40), 32:26; 33:114; 41:30
   on "Junior Committee" (1905-06), 44:106, 108, 115, 116-17, 119
Crothers, Mrs. Bronson (Alice Ames), 41:30
Crothers, John (son of elder Samuel Crothers), 33:100, 109
Crothers, Mrs. John (Nancy Ann), 33:100-103, 105, 114
   son's letters to, 33:109-13
Crothers, Miss Katharine F., 31:7; 44:108n2, 116
   "The Early Life of Samuel McChord Crothers" (1950 paper), 33:100-116
Crothers, Louise Bronson, see Crothers, Mrs. Samuel McChord
Crothers, Miss Margery (b. c. 1880), 31:19, 20; 41:30; 44:108n2
Crothers, Samuel (grandfather of Samuel McChord Crothers), 33:100, 109
Crothers, Rev. Samuel McChord (1857-1927), 2:29; 7:88; 30:13-20 passim; 31:65; 32:26;
               40:145; 41:142
   address of, on Dr. Holmes (1909), 4:63-68
   early life of (1950 paper on), 33:100-116
   house of, 28:105; 30:9 
   and Junior Committee of First Parish, 44:108-20 passim
   papers by:
      "Archibald Murray Howe" (1917), 12:23-24
      "The Citizen and Neighbor" (1911, on Col. Higginson), 7:22-26; 20:29
Crothers, Mrs. Samuel McChord (Louise Bronson), 22:96; 33:111, 113-14; 41:30; 44:108,
               113-18 passim
   Eliot letter to, 33:116
   "Reminiscences of Cambridge" by (paper read by daughter Katherine, 1945), 31:7-21;
               44:108n2
Crowninshield, Benjamin W. (1772-1851; merchant), 41:56
Crowninshield, Benjamin W. (Harvard 1858; organizes Glee Club), 32:87; 41:93
Crowninshield, Francis B. (Boston home of, 1850), 41:60
Crowninshield, Frederic[k] (1845-1918; artist), 34:72-73
Crowninshield family (Salem), 44:133
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878; British illustrator), 28:72, 73, 81, 87
Crum, Miss (teacher at Berkeley St. School, 1870s), 32:40
Cuba (Vassall family slave), see Vassall family
Cuban students at Harvard (c. 1900), 31:12-13
Cudworth, Capt. James (1659/60), 24:78n29
Cudworth, Mrs. (Quaker, 1659), 24:78n26
Culpepper, Frances Edna, see Livingston, Mrs. Albert Henry
Cultural societies, see Club(s); Society(ies) (organizations)
Cummin, Hazel (writer, 1928), 43:171
Cummings, Abbott Lowell (antiquarian, 1950s, 1960s), 37:128, 129; 44:37
   "Identifying the 17th Century House" (1961 paper mentioned, not quoted), 39:167
Cummings, Charles A. (1833-1905; architect), 26:46
Cummings, Prof. Edward E. (Irving St. resident, 1890s), 40:145; 41:35; 42:25
Cummings, Mrs. Edward E. (Rebecca Ware), 41:35; 42:25
cummings, e. e. (1894-1962; poet), 35:107; 41:35; 42:24, 27
Cummings, Jacob (bookseller, 1812), 44:77
Cummings, Miss Jane (Irving St. resident, 1890s), 41:35
Cummings, Prentiss (historian, 1894), 39:80n7
Cummings, R. O. (thesis, 1935), 28:31n9
Cummings, Thomas Harrison (1925 address quoted), 15:11; 43:78
Cummings (1800 classmate of T. Fuller, Jr.), 11:35, 42, 43, 52
Cummings & Hilliard (booksellers/publishers, 1812), 44:77. See also Hilliard, Deacon William
Cummington, Massachusetts, 25:68
Cuneo Press, 44:82. See also Printers
Cunningham, Andrew (of Boston, late 1700s), 19:78
Cunningham, Mrs. Andrew (Polly Lewis), 19:78
Cunningham, Edward Linzee (of Boston; Harvard 1829), 12:16, 19
Cunningham, George Inman (d. 1865), 19:46n1
Cunningham, Mrs. George Inman (Mary Bradley Winchester), 19:46n1
Cunningham, Hilda:  greenhouse built for (c. 1910[?]), 43:167
Cunningham, Joseph Lewis (early 1800s), 19:46n1, 78
Cunningham, Mrs. Joseph Lewis (Sarah Inman Linzee, first wife; d. 1825), 19:78
Cunningham, Mrs. Joseph Lewis (Mary Ann Riche Inman, second wife), see Inman, Mary Ann
               Riché
Cunningham, Mary Bradley Winchester, see Cunningham, Mrs. George Inman
Cunningham, Mary Winchester (daughter of above), see Barnard, Mrs. Joseph Tilden
Cunningham, Phebe (in Female Humane Society, 1800s), 9:66
Curfew, see Society (people)
Curley, Mayor [of Boston] James Michael (1874-1958), 44:94
Currency and currency depreciation, see Money
Currier, J. J. (historian), 10:57n2
Currier, Dr. J. W. (of Lexington, 1870s), 20:109
Currier, T. Franklin (Harvard Librarian, c. 1915), 35:60
Currier House (Radcliffe), 44:153
Curry, John J. (city manager, 1952-66), 39:74; 41:11; 44:97-98, 99, 101, 102
Curtis, Judge Benjamin Robbins (1809-1874), 12:14, 17; 23:84; 41:124; 43:54
Curtis, Francis Gardner (early 1900s), 19:46n1
Curtis, Mrs. Francis Gardner (Mary Winchester Barnard), 19:46n1
Curtis, George Ticknor (1812-1894; lawyer), 10:138; 23:58
Curtis, Mrs. George Ticknor (Mary Story), 23:58
Curtis, George William (1824-1892; author, orator), 7:19; 14:27; 17:61; 21:124; 28:96;
               33:117; 41:98
   on Craigie House, 25:22n1, 31n18, 54n55; 27:61n47
   and political reform, 20:27, 34, 36, 46
Curtis, Mrs. Greely (Fanny [Susan] Hooper, b. 1877), 43:15
Curtis, Joseph H. (landscape engineer, 1902), 43:16
Curtis, Thomas (businessman, 1814), 16:94
Curtis, Thomas B. (landowner, 1846), 23:24
Curtis, Wenlock (of Philadelphia, c. 1700), 24:81
Curtis, Mrs. Wenlock (Elizabeth Bowers), 24:80, 81
Curtis, William (London botanist, 1730s), 43:128, 136
Curtis, Miss (Hill and Jenks family friend, 1810), 9:33
Curtis family, 10:75
Curtis Davis Soap Factory (1880), 40:24
Curtis Publishing Company (Philadelphia), 44:81
Cushing, Caleb (1800-1879; statesman), 6:15
Cushing, E. L. (in Book Club, 1831), 25:110
Cushing, Rev. Jacob (1730-1809; at Westham), 16:98
Cushing, Judge John (mid-1700s), 17:52
Cushing, Josiah S. (publisher, 1870s), 20:86
Cushing, Miss Kate Wendell (teacher, c. 1900), 35:111, 113, 114
Cushing, Luther S. (court historian, 1862), 38:32n13
Cushing, Nathan (Harvard Overseer, late 1700s), 13:39n3
Cushing, Polly (at Princeton, Mass., 1798), 11:38
Cushing, Thomas (1725-1788; Council member), 9:39n4; 13:20, 39n3, 46, 51; 30:58; 33:71;
               39:157n27
Cushing, Thomas (Harvard 1834; educator), 34:20
Cushing, Judge (1780), 3:67, 74
Cushing, Mrs. [Judge] (1811), 26:93n62
Cushing, Rev. (of Waltham, 1792), 3:111
Cushing, Mr. (Princeton, Mass., 1798), 11:37
Cushing, Mr. (tutor, 1832), 28:112
Cushman, Charles F. (businessman, c. 1910), 40:34; 41:31
Cushman, Mrs. Charles F. (Sally Adams), 41:18, 31, 37
Cushman, Charlotte Saunders (1816-1876; actress), 33:154; 34:91
Cushman, Edith (schoolgirl, 1890s), 34:64
Cushman, Robert A. (CPA, 1960s), 40:34; 41:37; 42:27, 28
Cushman, Mrs. Robert A. (Esther Lanman), 41:26, 37
   "Where the Old Professors Lived" (1970 paper), 42:14-30; 43:7n1
Cuspidors and cuspidor mats, 40:35-36.  See also Tobacco, use of
Custis, Martha ("Patsy"), see Washington, Mrs. George
Customs, see Manners; Society (people)
Customs Commissioners (Boston, c. 1770), 20:117; 39:152, 155, 156, 162; 40:125
Customs duties, see Taxation/taxes (tariff)
Customs houses, 39:111
   Boston, 20:38
   Salem, 25:68
Cutler, Anna C., see Woodman, Mrs. Walter (second wife)
Cutler, Miss Annie (Kirkland Pl. resident, 1903), 23:79
Cutler, Ben (of Boston, 1780s), 19:68
Cutler, Rev. Curtis (Harvard 1829), 12:15; 37:35
Cutler, Capt. Ebenezer (1700-1777), 10:31n1
Cutler, Mrs. Ebenezer (Anna Whitney), 10:31, 32, 39
Cutler, Prof. Elbridge L. (1870), 14:7; 36:27
Cutler, George H. (Sunday School superintendent, early 20th c.), 20:78
Cutler, Isaac (builder, mid-1800s), 23:79, 81; 41:17n2
Cutler, James (1606-1694; settler):  descendants of, 5:53
Cutler, John, "Jr." (1663-1714; in fish weir case), 5:41
Cutler, John (Freemason, officiates at Washington's funeral, 1799), 15:27
Cutler, Rev. Manasseh (1742-1823; botanist), 38:78-79; 43:137
Cutler, Miriam, see Foster, Mrs. Joseph (first wife)
Cutler, Sarah (d. 1805), see Hill, Mrs. Samuel
Cutler, Miss Sarah (Kirkland Pl. resident, 1903), 23:79
Cutter, Barbary (or Barbara), see Corlet[t], Mrs. Elijah
Cutter, Mrs. Elizabeth (d. 1662), 2:16; 14:98
   descendants of, 5:53; 19:88
Cutter, Emma Maria, see Mitchell, Mrs. John
Cutter, Frederick Spaulding (1853-1935; schoolmaster), 41:133, 140; 44:13
Cutter, Judge R. Ammi (1960s), 41:52
Cutter, Mrs. R. Ammi (Plant Club, 1950s), 35:27
Cutter, Richard (c. 1611-1693; landowner), 2:16; 14:98
   descendants of, 5:52
Cutter, William (landowner, 1630s), 2:16; 14:98; 22:20, 76 (Map 1)
Cutter, William (of England, 1654), 24:78n29
Cutter family, 10:115; 22:27
Cutting, Louis W. (bank official, 1890s), 41:45
Cutting, Zechariah (c. 1710), 8:21
Cutting, Mrs. Zechariah (Elizabeth Wellington), 8:21
Cutting & Washington Company (radios), 34:122
Cutts, Miss M. Estelle (niece of Dolley Madison, 1840s), 23:58
Cutts (1800 classmate of T. Fuller, Jr.), 11:46