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    Here you will find a wide variety of newspaper articles regarding the Wynkoop family in the United States. If you have an article about Wynkoop family history that you would like to share, please contact me at chwynkoop@hotmail.com. You may soon find it added to this growing list.

    Finally, a word of apology. Several of these articles contain photographs reproduced from the newspapers they originally appeared in. Unfortunately the quality of them is pretty poor indeed. If you happen to have better copies of these pictures and would be willing to make scans of them for me, please don't hesitate to contact me at the above email address. I think we'd all benefit from sharper, clearer pictures of our ancestors and family members.

    Best wishes,

    Chris


The 1700s:
Ran Away on the 27th of March.
     From the American Weekly Mercury, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Thursday, 7-14 April, 1737.

Expedition For Attacking and Plundering the Spanish West Indies.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Sunday, 17 April, 1740.

A Very convenient Place for a Store-Keeper.
     From the New York Weekly Post Boy, New York, New York County, Thursday, 11 November, 1745.

A very convenient House, for a Store-keeper and Bolter.
     From the New York Gazette Revived in the Weekly Post Boy, New York, New York County, Thursday, 4 April, 1748.

To be Sold by the Subscriber.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Thursday, 25 March, 1762.

Came to the Plantation of John Wynkoop.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Thursday, 29 July, 1762.

Came to the Plantation of John Wynkoop.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Thursday, 23 February, 1764.

Just Imported in the Last Ships from London.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Thursday, 27 September, 1764.

Came to the Plantation of Philip Wynkoop.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Thursday, 7 December, 1769.

Garret Wynkoop's Barn Set on Fire by Lightning.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 7 September, 1774.

Ordinance for the Relief of the Prisoners in the Several Gaols in the State of Pennsylvania.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 7 August, 1776.

Philadelphia Merchants Agree to Accept the Old Continental Money.
     From the Pennsylvania Evening Post, Philadelphia, Pa., Saturday, 6 November, 1777.

Stolen.
     From the Pennsylvania Evening Post, Philadelphia, Pa., Saturday, 20 December, 1777.

Fifty Dollars Reward.
     From the Pennsylvania Packet, Lancaster, Pa., Tuesday, 10 October, 1778.

Constructing and Raising by Subscription a Large and Elegant Air Balloon.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 30 June, 1784.

To Be Sold At Public Vendue.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 22 December, 1784.

Three Dollars Reward.
     Garret Wynkoop offers a reward for the capture and return of his Negroe man, Jess, From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 25 March, 1789.

The Killing of Col. Cornelius D. Wynkoop.
     From the Catskill Packet, Catskill-Landing, N.Y., Monday, 10 December, 1792, p. 3.

Col. Wynkoop's Negro Has Been Taken and Committed to Prison.
     From the Catskill Packet, Catskill-Landing, N.Y., Monday, 24 December, 1792, p. 3.

Died, ... Col. Cornelius Wynkoop.
     From The Independent Chronicle and Universal Advertiser, Boston, Massachusetts, Friday, 28 December, 1792.

To Be Sold At Private Sale.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 2 January, 1793.

A Farm and Grist Mill.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 16 January, 1793.

Sentence is Passed on the Negro Charles for the Murder of Col. Wynkoop.
     Kingston, New York, May 28th, 1793.

The Negro Charles is Executed for the Murder of Col. Wynkoop.
     Kingston, New York, July 3rd, 1793.

Benjamin Wynkoop Invents a Machine for pumping Water and Foul Air Out of Ships.
     From the Pennsylvania Gazette, Philadelphia, Pa., Wednesday, 22 July, 1795.

Trial of Fries.
     From the Thomas's Massachusetts Spy, or Worcester Gazette, Worcester, Massachusetts, Wednesday, 22 May, 1799.

The 1800s:
Married, Lefferts-Wynkoop.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, 18 October, 1808.

Married, Wynkoop-Dick.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Monday, 1 May, 1809.

Died, Gerardus Wynkoop.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Monday, 13 July, 1812.

Gerardus Wynkoop, Esq.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Monday, 20 July, 1812.

Married, Gilkyson-Wynkoop.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Monday, 18 March, 1813.

Died, Mrs. Sarah Wynkoop.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Monday, 5 July, 1813.

Married, Wynkoop-Winder.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Monday, 28 August, 1815.

Died, Henry Wynkoop, Esq.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, 2 April, 1816.

Estate of Henry Wynkoop, Esq.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, 2 April, 1816.

Died, Britton Estill.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, 9 March, 1819.

Married, Wynkoop-Estill.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, 16 March, 1819.

Vendue of the Personal Property, of Britton Estill, deceased.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, 16 March, 1819.

Estate of Britton Estill.
     From the Pennsylvania Correspondent and Farmers Advertiser, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Tuesday, 16 March, 1819.

Distressing Fires.
     From the New-York Baptist Register, Utica, N.Y., Friday, 23 November, 1827.

Accident in the Mines, and Loss of Life.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Tuesday, 24 October, 1843, p. 2.

Died, Margaret Elizabeth Wynkoop.
     From New-York Daily Tribune, New-York, Saturday, 27 December, 1845.

Died, Margaret E. Wynkoop.
     From New-York Daily Tribune, New-York, Thursday, 1 January, 1846.

Horrors of Monterey.
     From the New-York Daily Tribune, New-York, Tuesday, 8 December, 1846.

Things in Philadelphia.
     From the New-York Daily Tribune, New-York, Tuesday, 22 December, 1846.

Letter From Mexico.
     Dated 23 April, 1847, from The Dollar Newspaper, 26 March, 1847, p. 2.

Important Intelligence About Mexico And the War.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Brooklyn, Wednesday, 10 February, 1847, p. 2.

The Battle of Cerro Gordo, Mexico.
     Col. F. M. Wynkoop's account from the Bedford Gazette, dated 4 June, 1847.

Letter From Major Lally to Col. Wilson.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Monday, 11 October, 1847.

Letter From Jalapa.
     Dated November 7th, 1847, from The Dollar Newspaper, 15 December, 1847.

The 12,000 Martyr Patriots of the Wallabout Prison Ships!
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Monday, 15 November, 1847, p. 2.

An Official Account.
     From the Erie Observer, Erie, Pa., Saturday, 27 November, 1847.

Letter From Col., F. M. Wynkoop, dated September 9, 1847.
     From the New Hamsphire Patriot & State Gazette, Thursday, 16 December, 1847.

Col. Wynkoop and the Mexican Authorities.
     November 16, 19 and 24th, 1847, from The Dollar Newspaper, 5 January, 1848.

From Mexico.
     From the Weekly Tribune, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri, Friday, 14 January, 1848.

Telegraphic.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Saturday, 5 February, 1848, p. 2.

A Tribute to Our Adopted Citizens.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Saturday, 12 February, 1848, p. 2.

Col. F. N. Wynkoop on Nativeism.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Monday, 6 March, 1848, p. 2.

A Converted 'Native'.
     From the Weekly Tribune, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri, Friday, 21 April, 1848.

Items by Telegraph.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Brooklyn, Monday, 12 June, 1848, p. 2.

Testimony of a Whig Volunteer.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Thursday, 10 August, 1848, p. 2.

Col. Wyncoop at Easton.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Monday, 2 October, 1848, p. 1.

Mexican Whigs.
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Monday, 2 October, 1848, p. 2.

Where are the Heroes of the War?
     From the Brooklyn Eagle and Kings County Democrat, Saturday, 4 November, 1848, p. 1.

Battle of Huamantla.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Tuesday, 3 December, 1850, p. 4.

Officers Who Support Gen. Pierce.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Saturday, 4 September, 1852, p. 2.

Democratic Meeting at Honesdale.
     From the New York Daily Times, Thursday, 28 October, 1852, p. 8.

Edwin S. Willets vs. The sloop Martin Wynckoop.
     From the New York Daily Times, Tuesday, 19 July, 1853, p. 6.

United States Attornies and Marshals.
     From the New York Daily Times, Monday, 25 July, 1853, p. 3.

The Niagara Spoken--Marshal Wyncoop still in Custody.
     From the New York Daily Times, Monday, 25 July, 1853, p. 1.

The Philadelphia Fugitive Slave Case.
     From the New York Daily Times, Tuesday, 26 July, 1853, p. 1.

The Fugitive Slave Case--The Health of the President, &c.
     From the New York Daily Times, Wednesday, 27 July, 1853, p. 1.

An Attempt to Capture a Fugitive Slave.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 7 September, 1853, page 2.

Attempted Capture of a Fugitive Slave.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Friday, 9 September, 1853, p. 2.

Fugitive Slave Law in Wilkes Barre.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 14 September, 1853, page 2.

Marshal Wynkoop's Three Deputies have been Arrested by the State of Pennsylvania.
     From the New York Daily Times, Wednesday, 5 October, 1853, p. 1.

The Fugitive Slave Law.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 6 October, 1853, p. 2.

The Late Fugitive Slave Case.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 12 October, 1853, page 2.

Wilkes-Barre Slave Case.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 12 October, 1853, page 2.

The Wilkesbarre Fugitive Slave Case.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 13 October, 1853, p. 2.

The Wilkes-Barre Slave Case Again.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 19 October, 1853, page 2.

The Wilkesbarre Slave Case--Opinion of Judge Grier.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 19 October, 1853, page 2.

The Wilkes-Barre Slave Case, Judge Grier's Opinion.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 26 October, 1853, pages 1-2.

The Slave Case Still Alive.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 26 October, 1853, page 2.

Abolition Attempts to Nullify the Fugitive Slave Law.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 9 November, 1853, page 2.

The Pennsylvania Fugitive Slave Case.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Friday, 11 November, 1853, p. 2.

Frauds on the Pension Bureau.
     From the Village Record, West Chester, Penn., Tuesday, 21 February, 1854.

The Lancaster Forgery Cases.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 22 February, 1854, page 2.

Wilkes-Barre Slave Case.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 10 March, 1854, page 2.

The Slave Case.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 17 March, 1854, page 2.

A Case of Slave Piracy--Trial of the Alleged Captain of the Grey Eagle.
     From the New York Daily Times, Tuesday, 8 August, 1854, p. 6.

Melancholy Insanity.
     From the New York Daily Times, Tuesday, 12 December, 1854, p. 2.

Capture of the British Army in the United States by the U. S. Marshal.
     From the New York Daily Times, Friday, 30 March, 1855, p. 8.

Important Arrest.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 31 March, 1855, page 3.

Late News Items.
     From the Luzerne Union, Wednesday, 4 March, 1855, page 2.

Military Matters.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 28 March, 1855, page 2.

The Excitement about Colonel Kinney.
     From the New York Daily Times, Wednesday, 16 March, 1855, p. 4.

Marcoleta's Fillibustering; Col. Kinney In Trouble Again.
     From the New York Daily Times, Wednesday, 16 March, 1855, p. 4.

Military Matters.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 19 March, 1855, page 3.

Card of Thanks.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 2 June, 1855, page 2.

The Wheeler Slave Case.--Passmore Williamson committed for Contempt.
     From the New York Daily Times, Saturday, 28 July, 1855, p. 8.

Married, Brindle--Kempton.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 18 August, 1855, page 2.

Receipts.
     From the Quincy Daily Whig, Quincy, Illinois, Tuesday, 16 October, 1855.

Married, Wynkoop--Halberstadt.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 27 October, 1855, page 2.

Arrest of Gamblers.
     From the New York Daily Times, Thursday, 20 December, 1855, p. 8.

Military Affairs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 19 January, 1856, page 2.

Death Notice--Kate Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 12 July, 1856, page 2.

Married, Warfield--Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 13 September, 1856, page 2.

Arrival of President Pierce in New York.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, 1 October, 1856, p. 2.

U. S. Marshal Wynkoop Has Sent in His Resignation.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 21 March, 1857, page 2.

Pen, Paste and Scissors.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 4 March, 1857, page 2.

Capture of Cubs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 30 March, 1857, page 2.

Accidents.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Wednesday, 26 August, 1857.

Officer Cornelius D. Wynkoop Makes an Arrest.
     From the New York Daily Times, Wednesday, 2 September, 1857, p. 3.

Death Notice--Emily Brindle Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 10 October, 1857, page 2.

Distressing Occurrence.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 24 October, 1857, page 2.

Pen, Paste & Scissors.
     From the Democratic Watchman, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pa., Thursday, 29 October, 1857.

News of the Week.
     From the Erie Observer, Erie, Pa., Saturday, 31 October, 1857.

The Murder of Adaline Bavor.
     From the Erie Observer, Erie, Pa., Saturday, 14 November, 1857.

Death of Colonel Wynkoop.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, 14 December, 1857, p. 3.

Death Notice--Col. Francis Murray Wynkoop.
     From the Philadelphia Public Ledger, Philadelphia, Pa., Tuesday, 15 December, 1857, Page 2.

Death of Col. Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 15 December, 1857, p. 5.

Deaths, Col Francis Murray Wynkoop.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Tuesday, 15 December, 1857.

The Scott Legion.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Wednesday, 16 December, 1857.

The Death of Col. F. M. Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 17 December, 1857, p. 8.

The Scott Legion.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Thursday, 17 December, 1857.

Funeral of Colonel F. M. Wynkoop.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Friday, 18 December, 1857.

Earth to Earth, Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 19 December, 1857, page 2.

Sad Death of Col. Francis Murray Wynkoop--His Funeral.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 19 December, 1857, page 2.

Death of Col. F. M. Wynkoop.
     From the The Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., Monday, 21 December, 1857.

Severe Illness.
     From the The Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., Monday, 28 December, 1857.

It Is With Regret... A Sort of Postscript.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Pottsville, Pa., Saturday, 2 January, 1858.

Honor to the Late Col. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 January, 1858, page 3.

Alleged Counterfeiting.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 23 January, 1858, page 2.

A Devoted Wife.
     From the Democratic Watchman, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pa., Thursday, 4 March, 1858.

The Gift Enterprise Business.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 20 March, 1858, p. 5.

Miscellaneous Items.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 9 April, 1858.

Arrest of the All... Miss Baveer.
     From the Erie Observer, Erie, Pa., Saturday, 1 May, 1858.

A Clue.
     From the The Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., Monday, 3 May, 1858.

The Murder of Miss Bavor.
     From the The Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., Monday, 3 May, 1858.

From Other Counties.
     From the Democratic Watchman, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pa., Thursday, 6 May, 1858.

Alleged Counterfeiters Arrested.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Saturday, 19 June, 1858.

Arrested for Perjury.
     From the The Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., Monday, 28 June, 1858.

Three Noted Thieves Arrested.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 18 December, 1858, p. 5.

Correspondence of the Globe, Letter From Nebraska Territory.
     From the Huntingdon Globe, Huntingdon, Pa., Wednesday, 26 January, 1859.

The New Eldorado.
     From the Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga County, Pa., Thursday, 10 February, 1859.

Transactions of the Mayor's Squad. Charges Against Policeman Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 3 March, 1859, p. 8.

The Charges Against Officers of the Mayor's Squad.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 5 March, 1859, p. 1.

The Investigation of the Charges against Officer Wynkoop is Concluded.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 7 March, 1859, p. 4.

Steamboat Robbery. Augustus Wynkoop Strikes Out Again.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Saturday, 1 October, 1859, p. 2.

Later From The Gold Mines.
     From the Chicago Press and Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Wednesday, 9 November, 1859.

Apollo Theatre.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Auraria and Denver, Jefferson, Thursday, 8 December, 1859.

Military Appointments by the Governor.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Auraria and Denver, Jefferson, Thursday, 14 December, 1859.

Military.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 8 February, 1860.

Exciting Times.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 8 February, 1860.

New Arms.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 18 February, 1860, page 2.

Celebration of Washington's Birthday in the Rocky Mountins.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 29 February, 1860.

The Late Duel.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 14 March, 1860.

The Late Duel.
     From the Western Mountaineer, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado, Wednesday, 14 March, 1860.

Colorado City and Pike's Peak Vicinity.
     George Wynkoop proposes to start a Newspaper, from the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 14 March, 1860.

The Murder of William West.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 21 March, 1860.

Letter From Pike's Peak.
     From the Chicago Press and Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Thursday, 5 April, 1860.

Spring Battalions for Inspection and Review.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 14 March, 1860, page 2.

Appointment Of Assistant United States Marshals To Take The Census.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Philadelphia, Pa., Saturday, 19 May, 1860.

Deputy Marshals.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 26 May, 1860, page 2.

The Compensation.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 26 May, 1860, page 2.

Military.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 26 May, 1860, page 2.

Shooting Affray.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 11 July, 1860.

Celebration of the Fourth at Denver.
     From the Western Mountaineer, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado, Thursday, 12 July, 1860.

Encampment of the Brigade.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 21 July, 1860, page 2.

Brigade Encampment.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 21 July, 1860, page 2.

Military.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 4 August, 1860, page 2.

The Encampment of the Brigade.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 11 August, 1860, page 2.

Pennsylvania Volunteers in Mexico.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 25 August, 1860, page 2.

Grand Display of Fireworks.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 25 August, 1860, page 2.

Died, Ida Virginia Wynkoop.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Philadelphia, Pa., Thursday, 30 August, 1860.

Camp Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 1 September, 1860.

Major-General George M. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 8 September, 1860, page 2.

Camp Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 8 September, 1860, page 2.

To-day's Proceedings.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, J. T., Monday, 5 November, 1860.

Local Matters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 20 November, 1860.

Fatal Shooting Affray.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Monday, 3 December, 1860.

A Chicago Rose Abroad.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Wednesday, 5 December, 1860.

Trial of Charles Harrison, Charged with the Murder of James Hill, on the 2d Dec., at Criterion Hall.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, J.T., Wednesday, 5 December, 1860.

Trial of Charles Harrison, Charged with the Murder of James Hill, on the 2d Dec., at Criterion Hall.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, J.T., Thursday, 6 December, 1860.

Fatal Affray in Denver.
     From the Western Mountaineer, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado, Wednesday, 6 December, 1860.

Trial of Charles Harrison, Charged with the Murder of James Hill, on the 2d Dec., at Criterion Hall.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, J.T., Friday, 7 December, 1860.

Reappointed.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 8 December, 1860, page 2.

Reflections.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, J.T., Monday, 10 December, 1860.

A Card.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 11 December, 1860.

Local Matters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Monday, 17 December, 1860.

Another Homicide.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 19 December, 1860.

The Waters Trial.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 19 December, 1860.

Trial of Patrick Waters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 20 December, 1860.

The Execution of Waters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Friday, 21 December, 1860.

Dead Body Found.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 5 January, 1861.

Military.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 30 January, 1861.

The Amatuer Performance.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 2 February, 1861.

Local Matters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 5 February, 1861.

Much Needed.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 February, 1861, page 3.

Local Matters, The Amateur Exhibition.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 6 March, 1861.

Another Man Shot.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 12 March, 1861.

The Mexican Volunteers.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 16 March, 1861, page 2.

Died: George Surratt Warfield.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 30 March, 1861, page 2.

The Scott Legion.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 30 March, 1861, page 2.

The Election.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 3 April, 1861.

The Scott Legion.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 13 April, 1861, page 2.

Brigadier Gen. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 20 April, 1861, page 2.

Our Military.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 20 April, 1861, page 3.

Volunteers of Schuylkill County.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 27 April, 1861, page 2.

Dramatic Association.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Friday, 10 May, 1861.

Letter From Camp Scott.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 11 May, 1861, page 2.

16th Regiment.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 11 May, 1861, page 3.

Letter From Camp Scott.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 18 May, 1861, page 2.

The Swindle.
     From the Compiler, Gettysburg, Pa., Monday, 27 May, 1861.

Visit to Camp Scott.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 1 June, 1861, page 2.

Deserters Arrested.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 8 June, 1861, page 3.

Troops at Chambersburg.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 8 June, 1861, page 3.

Camp Scott.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 June, 1861, page 1.

Sheriff's Sale.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Friday, 14 June, 1861.

Letter From a Nagle Guard.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 29 June, 1861, page 2.

Marshal's Sale.
     From the Daily Colorado Republican and Rocky Mountain Herald, Saturday, 3 August, 1861.

Local Department.
     From the Daily Colorado Republican and Rocky Mountain Herald, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 14 August, 1861.

Major John E. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 17 August, 1861, page 2.

Married: Edward W. Wynkoop and Louise M. Brown.
     From the Daily Colorado Republican and Rocky Mountain Herald, Thursday, 22 August, 1861.

New Cavalry Regiment.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 24 August, 1861, page 2.

Married.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 28 August, 1861.

First Regiment Colorado Volunteers.
     From the Daily Colorado Republican and Rocky Mountain Herald, Friday, 30 August, 1861.

Promotions.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 4 September, 1861.

War Items.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 7 September, 1861, page 3.

Military Affairs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 14 September, 1861, page 2.

Visit of the Council to Camp Weld.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 18 September, 1861.

Military Affairs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 21 September, 1861, page 2.

A Female Dare-Devil.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 21 September, 1861, page 3.

Latest War Items.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 28 September, 1861, page 3.

Letters From Our Volunteers.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 12 October, 1861, page 2.

Local Matters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 12 October, 1861.

Field Glasses For Col. James Nagle.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 19 October, 1861, page 2.

Theatrical.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Friday, 1 November, 1861.

Military Affairs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 2 November, 1861, page 2.

Major John E. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 2 November, 1861, page 3.

Death Of Ex-Alderman Wynkoop.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Philadelphia, Pa., Tuesday, 5 November, 1861.

Henry Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 November, 1861, page 2.

Military Affairs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 November, 1861, page 2.

Death Notice - Henry Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 November, 1861, page 2.

Recruits Wanted For Company A.
     From the Daily Colorado Republican and Rocky Mountain Herald, Friday, 22 November, 1861.

The 80th Regiment, P. V.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 30 November, 1861, page 2.

War Items.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 30 November, 1861, page 3.

Departure of Col. Wynkoop's Regiment.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 21 December, 1861, page 2.

From the 7th Cavalry Regiment, P. V., Col. Geo. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 4 January, 1862, page 3.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 25 January, 1862, page 2.

Local Affairs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 1 February, 1862, page 2.

Local Matters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Friday, 7 February, 1862.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 8 February, 1862, page 2.

Reply to "Union."
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 8 February, 1862.

Aid for Col. Canby.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 12 February, 1862.

Recruits Wanted.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 12 February, 1862.

Letter From Camp Weld.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 13 February, 1862.

Capt. Wm. H. Jennings.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 February, 1862, page 2.

Wanted.--The Subscriber Offers.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 February, 1862, page 2.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 February, 1862, page 2.

From the Same Regiment.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 February, 1862, page 2.

More on the Execution of a Volunteer.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 February, 1862, page 2.

Letter From Captain Downing.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Friday, 15 February, 1862.

A Dead Body In the Supreme Court.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Friday, 28 February, 1862.

The Remains of Colonel Francis M. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 1 March, 1862, page 2.

War Items.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 1 March, 1862, page 3.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 1 March, 1862, page 3.

Major Nagle.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 March, 1862, page 2.

The 7th Penna. Cavalry.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 22 March, 1862, page 2.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 22 March, 1862, page 2.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 29 March, 1862, page 2.

Maj. John E. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 5 March, 1862, page 2.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 12 March, 1862, page 3.

The Right to Bury a Corpse.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 26 March, 1862, page 2.

Details of the Battles of Apache Canon and Pigeon's Canon, New Mexico.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 6 May, 1862.

Special to the Louisville Journal.
     From the Weekly Tribune, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri, Friday, 9 May, 1862.

The Telegraph Reports a Fight.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 10 May, 1862, page 2.

Death Notice - Harriet (Halberstadt) Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 17 May, 1862, page 2.

Major John E. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 17 May, 1862, page 2.

Major John E. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 24 May, 1862, page 2.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 24 May, 1862, page 2.

From the Same Regiment.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 24 May, 1862, page 2.

Col. George C. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 31 May, 1862, page 2.

Resolutions of the Colorado First.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 7 June, 1862.

The 7th Penna. Cavalry.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 14 June, 1862, page 2.

Col. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 21 June, 1862, page 2.

From the 1st Battalion, 7th Penna. Cavalry.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 28 June, 1862, page 2.

From the 1st Battalion, 7th Penna. Cavalry, Major John E. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 5 July, 1862, page 2.

The Recent Brilliant Dash.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 5 July, 1862, page 2.

Egbert Farnum.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 12 July, 1862, page 2.

Letter From Nashville.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Thursday, 17 July, 1862.

From a Letter.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 19 July, 1862, page 2.

Letter From Nashville.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Thursday, 24 July, 1862.

Capture of Major Seibert.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 26 July, 1862, page 2.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 August, 1862, page 2.

A Dash at the Rebels by Col. Wyncoop.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 10 August, 1862, p. 1.

War Items, Colonel Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 16 August, 1862, page 3.

News From New Mexico.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 21 August, 1862.

From the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry.
     From the Agitator, Wellsboro, Tioga County, Pa., Wednesday, 27 August, 1862.

From Louisville, A Body of our Forces Surrendered to the Rebels.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 28 August, 1862, p. 3.

Death of Lieut. Nicholas Wynkoop of the 7th Pennsylvania Cavalry.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 30 August, 1862, p. 2.

Col. George Campbell Wynkoop's Actions at Galatin, Ky. Defended.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 18 October, 1862, p. 2.

From the 7th Reg. Pa. Cavalry, Col. G. C. Wynkoop, Commanding.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 15 November, 1862, p. 2.

Burial of Lieut. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 29 November, 1862, p. 2.

Col. George C. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 13 December, 1862, p. 2.

He Is Not.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 13 December, 1862, p. 2.

From Rosecrans' Command.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Monday, 15 December, 1862.

The Arrival Of The First.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver City, Colorado Territory, Thursday, 15 January, 1863.

Sword Presentation.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 15 January, 1863.

Sword Presentation.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver City, Colorado Territory, Thursday, 15 January, 1863.

Saddle Presentation.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 5 February, 1863.

Accident.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 5 February, 1863.

Major Wynkoop is in command...
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 30 April, 1863.

The Evolutions of the Battalion...
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 18 June, 1863.

The Heroism of a Pottsville Lady.
     From the Village Record, Waynesboro, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Friday, 19 June, 1863.

City News, Multum in Parvo.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver City, Colorado Territory, Thursday, 9 July, 1863.

The Seat of War, The River Bridged by the Rebels.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Tuesday, 14 July, 1863.

Indian Troubles Near Ft. Halleck.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, Denver City, Colorado Territory, Thursday, 16 July, 1863.

Claims Against the City for Damages Caused During the Riot.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 30 July, 1863, p. 2.

Sword Presentation to General Wynkoop.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Tuesday, 18 August, 1863.

Wynkoop & Cursch.
     From the Philadelphia Press, Thursday, 22 August, 1863.

Local Matters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 1 September, 1863.

The Draft in the 16th District.
     From the Franklin Repository, Chambersburg, Pa., Wednesday, 2 September, 1863.

From the Upper Potomac.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Wednesday, 9 September, 1863.

Central News.
     Maj. Wynkoop, Lt. Silas Soule, et. al., deliver speeches in Central City, Colorado, from the Denver Weekly Commonwealth and Republican, 1 October, 1863.

Exciting News From Fort Garland.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 30 December, 1863.

The Fort Garland Scare.
     From the Weekly Commonwealth, Denver City, Colorado Territory, Wednesday, 30 December, 1863.

The 'Commonwealth' Indulges In An Angry Growl.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 2 January, 1864.

Major Wynkoop Explains the Origin of the Canard.
     From the Daily Commonwealth, Denver, Denver County, Colorado Territory, Monday, 4 January, 1864.

Twentieth Pennsylvania Cavalry.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 January, 1864, p. 2.

War Items, Col. John E. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 20 February, 1864, page 3.

Local Affairs.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 9 April, 1864, p. 2.

Additional Lists of Wounded Soldiers.
     J. S. Wynkoop is among those wounded at the fighting at Palmer's Creek, Va. on May 16, 1864.

Grant! Details of the Fighting.
     Lt. William Wynkoop participates in the fighting around Dabney ferry, on the Pamunkey River in Virginia, from the New York Herald, Thursday, 2 June, 1864.

General Hunter's Army.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Wednesday, 22 June, 1864.

Public Meeting At Fort Lyon.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 27 July, 1864.

Ginger Club at Lyon, &c.
     From the Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 10 August, 1864.

Regarding the Reported Dismissal of Col. John E. Wynkoop.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 20 August, 1864, p. 2.

From The Far West.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Friday, 2 September, 1864.

Married, Wynkoop--Halberstadt.
     From the Miners' Journal and Pottsville General Advertiser, Saturday, 17 September, 1864, page 2.

The Indian War.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Monday, 19 September, 1864.

Interesting News From The Indian Country.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 24 September, 1864.

From the Indian Hunters.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Monday, 26 September, 1864.

Indian Treaty.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 28 September, 1864.

The Indian War: Maj. Wynkoop Has Arrived from Ft. Lyon.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 29 September, 1864, p. 1.

Indian Council.
     From the Rocky Mountain News, Thursday, 29 September, 1864.

Editoiral Correspondence.
     From the Daily Mining Journal, Black Hawk City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Thursday, 29 September, 1864.

The Indians.
     From the Daily Mining Journal, Black Hawk City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Friday, 30 September, 1864.

A Party of the Pet Lambs...
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 5 October, 1864.

Local and Miscellaneous.
     From the Daily Mining Journal, Black Hawk, Colorado, Thursday, 29 December, 1864.

Court of Inquiry.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 8 February, 1865.

The Indian Difficulties.
     From the Daily Mining Journal, Black Hawk, Colorado, Wednesday, 1 March, 1865.

The Responsibility of the Indian War.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Thursday, 2 March, 1860.

Report of the Committee on the Conduct of the War on the Massacre of Cheyenne Indians.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 23 July, 1865, p. 2.

The Cheyenne Indian Massacre.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Tuesday, 25 July, 1865.

Our Indian Policy.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Wednesday, 13 September, 1865.

The Mountain Well Oil Company.
     From the Village Record, Waynesboro, Franklin County, Pa., Friday, 1 September, 1865.

Too Much Acrimony.
     Black Kettle speaks out, from the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 14 November, 1865.

New Indian 'Policy.'
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Monday, 22 January, 1866.

Major E. W. Wynkoop.
     From the Daily Mining Journal, Black Hawk City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Thursday, 25 January, 1866.

The Arkansas Indians. Maj. Wynkoop's Mission Successful.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 13 March, 1866, p. 5.

From Lawrence.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Wednesday, 18 April, 1866.

Local Matters.
     From the Daily Mining Journal, Black Hawk City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Thursday, 26 April, 1866.

Maj. Wynkoop.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 28 April, 1866.

From the Plains, A Great Indian Movement--An Exciting Scene.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Monday, 30 April, 1866.

Washington News, Result of Col. Wynkoop's Mission to the Indian Tribes, etc.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 9 March, 1866, p. 1.

The Decease of Col. George Wynkoop.
     From the Daily Mining Journal, Black Hawk City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Saturday, 11 August, 1866.

E. W. Wynkoop of Colorado.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 26 September, 1866.

The Calamity at Sea.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Wednesday, 10 October, 1866, p. 2.

The Evening Star, Correct List of Passengers, Officers and Crew.
     From the New York Times, New York, Wednesday, 17 October, 1866.

A United States Senator on His Travels.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 11 November, 1866, p. 2.

Council With the Cheyennes--Adventures Among the Indians.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 13 December, 1866, p. 8.

Death of Col. Geo. Wyncoop
     From the Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Co., Thursday, 9 August, 1866: Page 4, column 2.

Indian Affairs, etc.; Also Nominations Confirmed.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 7 February, 1867, p. 5.

From the Arkansas Valley.
     From the Colorado Transcript, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado, Wednesday, 20 March, 1867.

Affairs at the National Capital, Council With the Cheyenne Indians.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 25 March, 1867, p. 4.

War With the Indians.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 25 March, 1867, p. 1.

A Precocious Youth.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 11 August, 1867, p. 5.

The Indian War, Gen. Hancock's Late Peace Expedition, His Correspondence With Indian Agents.
     He rebuts the statements of Cols. Wynkoop and Leavenworth, from the New York Times, 2 September, 1867.

How Indians Are Swindled By Traders.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 24 September, 1867.

General A. J. Smith on Colonel Wynkoop's Testimony.
     General A. J. Smith refutes Colonel Wynkoop's charges that soldiers ravished the young girl found in the Indian village near Fort Larned, from the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 12 November, 1867.

Colonel Wynkoop has gotten himself into trouble with General A. J. Smith.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 12 November, 1867.

Scenes and Incidents of the Great Indian Council, at Medicine Lodge Creek, Kansas.
     From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, New York, N. Y., Saturday, 23 November, 1867.

The Indians, Report of the Indian Commission.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Saturday, 11 January, 1868.

Major Smith, paymaster United States army.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Monday, 20 January, 1868.

The Indian Commission on Sand Creek.
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 22 January, 1868.

The Plains.
     From the Quincy Daily Whig, Quincy, Illinois, Saturday, 23 May, 1868.

Indian Troubles. The Annuities Withheld from Several Tribes.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 21 July, 1868, p. 5.

Indian Troubles--War Again.
     From the Daily Register Call, Central City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Wednesday, 22 July, 1868.

Mad Wolf Attacks Soldiers At Fort Larned, Kansas.
     Several different accounts of the widely reported story from August, 1868.

The Herald Charges the Indian Troubles in Toto Upon the Republican Party.
     From the Daily Register Call, Central City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Saturday, 29 August, 1868.

What Shall be Done With Them?
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 30 September, 1868.

Roadside Murder. An Unknown Woman Butchered on a Post Road.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 18 November, 1868, p. 5.

The Indians, Gen. Sherman's Report.
     Col. Wyncoop, agent of the Cheyennes and Arapahoes, sent a messenger out and made every exertion to procure their surrender, but utterly failed of success, from the New York Times, 21 November, 1868.

Academy For Ladies.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Saturday, 13 February, 1868.

Topics of To-day.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, 14 December, 1868, p. 2.

The Ohio River Disaster.
     From the Reading Eagle, Reading, Pa., Tuesday, 15 December, 1868.

9,000 Indians on Reservation.
     From the Quincy Daily Whig, Quincy, Illinois, Wednesday, 16 December, 1868.

The Indians.
     Col. Wyncoop's Letter Resigning His Agency, from the New York Times, Saturday, 19 December, 1868.

The Indian War: The Battle of the Washita.
     From Harper's Weekly, Saturday, 19 December, 1868.

The Indian War.
     From the Quincy Daily Whig, Quincy, Illinois, Monday, 21 December, 1868.

The Indian Difficulties.
     The General Committee of the United States Indian Commission asks Col. Wynkoop to speak before them on Wednesday evening, from the New York Times, Tuesday, 22 December, 1868.

One Col. Wynkoop has signalized himself...
     From the Weekly Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 23 December, 1868.

Col. Wynkoop.
     Col. Wynkoop before the Committee of United States Commissioners, from the Daily Kansas State Journal, 24 December, 1868.

Indian Affairs.
     Meeting of the United States Indian Commission--Report of Col. Wynkoop, from the New York Times, 24 December, 1868.

Our Indian Difficulties.
     Col. Wynkoop before the American Geographical and Statistical Society, from the New-York Daily Tribune, 24 December, 1868.

Topics of To-day.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 24 December, 1868, p. 2.

Col. Wynkoop and the Indian Question.
     Col. Wynkoop, in an address to the American Geographical Society defended the Indian Bureau, from the Daily Kansas State Journal, 25 December, 1868.

Gen. Hancock and Col. Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 25 December, 1868, p. 6.

Col. Wynkoop's Letter.
     From the Weekly Tribune, Liberty, Clay County, Missouri, Friday, 25 December, 1868.

The Ohio Steamboat Disaster.
     From the Village Record, Waynesboro, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Friday, 25 December, 1868.

The East.
     From the Quincy Daily Whig, Quincy, Illinois, Friday, 25 December, 1868.

The Battle of the Washita--General Custar's Report to General Sheridan.
     From Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, New York, N. Y., Saturday, 26 December, 1868.

Indian Prisoners Taken by Custer.
     From Harper's Weekly, 26 December, 1868.

Steamboat Disaster on the Ohio River.
     From Harper's Weekly, Saturday, 26 December, 1868, p. 817.

Letter from Gen. Hancock--His Reply to Col. Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 28 December, 1868, p. 5.

The Indian Question.
     Peter Cooper addresses the American Geographical Society, from the Daily Kansas State Journal, 29 December, 1868.

Washita and Sand Creek Compared.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 29 December, 1868.

The Best Yet.
     From the Colorado Transcript, Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado, Wednesday, 6 January, 1869.

Exit Wynkoop.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Wednesday, 6 January, 1869.

Alexander R. Banks has been confirmed Indian Agent.
     From the Daily Register Call, Central City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Wednesday, 3 March, 1869.

The Poor Indian, An Earnest Movement for the Amelioration of His Condition.
     Col. Wynkoop does some more work for the United States Indian Commission, at the Cooper Institute, in New York City, from the New York Times, 19 May, 1870.

Boulder County.
     From the Daily Register Call, Central City, Gilpin County, Colorado, Sunday, 30 July, 1871.

Wanted Agents!
     From the Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, Wednesday, 3 July, 1872.

United States Courts, Decisions in Admiralty.
     Suit against the owners of the Sloop Martin Wynkoop, from the New York Times, Wednesday, 25 September, 1872, p. 2.

Base Ball.
     From the Daily Colorado Miner, Georgetown, Clear Creek County, Colorado, Tuesday, 25 May, 1873.

City and Vicinity.
     From the Daily Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, Tuesday, 25 May, 1873.

The Editor of the Boulder News Has Been Robbed.
     From the Daily Colorado Miner, Georgetown, Clear Creek County, Colorado, Thursday, 18 September, 1873.

Boulder, Boulder County.
     From the Denver Sunday Morning Mirror, Denver, Denver County, Colorado, Sunday, 19 October, 1873.

Railroad Accident, A Heavily Loaded Train Goes Through a Rotten Bridge.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 3 September, 1875, p. 3.

The Chivington Massacre, A Participant in the Battle Denies That It was a Massacre.
     From the Colorado Miner, Georgetown, Clear Creek County, Colorado, Saturday, 14 October, 1876.

About Brooklyn People.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Sunday, 1 July, 1877, p. 2.

A Train Wrecked.
     From the Daily Constitution, Friday, 3 August, 1877.

Other Points In The Coal Region.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 3 August, 1877.

Accident--Narrow Escape.
     From the Tamaqua Courier, Saturday, 4 August, 1877, page 3, col. 3.

Pottsville Men Bulldozed.
     From the Tamaqua Courier, Saturday, 11 August, 1877, page 3, col. 4.

Woman's Disabilities, A Wife Has No Claim To Her Husband's Remains.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 18 March, 1878.

The New Minister.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 23 April, 1878.

Katie Wynkoop Sues George S. Gardner, Manager of Niblo's Garden.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 30 June, 1878, p. 12.

Custom House Changes, The Deputy Ax Taking Effect.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, 22 July, 1878, p. 4.

Personal.
     From the Daily Colorado Miner, Georgetown, Clear Creek County, Colorado, Saturday, 31 August, 1878.

Manhattan Motes.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 6 September, 1878.

Our Grip on Gotham.
     Interfering With a Treasury Agent, from the Washington Post, Friday, 13 September, 1878, p. 1.

Stuttering Jack.
     From the Boston Globe, Boston, Mass., Tuesday, 1 October, 1878.

A Pastor Installed.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 24 October, 1878.

News Of The State, The Bridgeport Murder Trial.
     From the Hartford Courant, Hartford, Connecticut, Saturday, 2 November, 1878.

The Bridgeport Murder.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 2 November, 1878.

A Murdereress Convicted.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 9 November, 1878.

Stuttering Jack's Death.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 26 February, 1879.

The Bridgeport Murder.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 27 February, 1879.

Personal Points.
     From the Daily Colorado Miner, Georgetown, Clear Creek County, Colorado, Saturday, 12 April, 1879.

Paragrams.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Friday, 18 July, 1879.

The Kiehl Case.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 25 July, 1879, page 5.

Serious Charges.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 19 September, 1879, page 5.

Crime and Criminals.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 19 September, 1879.

Alleged Poisoning.
     From the Quincy Daily Herald, Quincy, Illinois, Friday, 19 September, 1879.

W. H. Wynkoop Accused of Murder.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 21 September, 1879, p. 2.

The Kiehl Poisoning Case.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 26 September, 1879, page 5.

Commonwealth vs. W. H. Wynkoop.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 14 November, 1879, page 5.

Murder In the First Degree.
     From the Washington Post, Washington, D.C., Thursday, 20 November, 1879, p. 1.

Found Guilty, The Kiehl Murder Case.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 21 November, 1879, page 5.

A New Trial Refused, Mrs. Zell Sentenced for the Murder of Mrs. Kiehl.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 19 December, 1879, page 5.

The Zell Murder Case.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 9 January, 1880, page 4.

The Kiehl Case.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Friday, 16 January, 1880.

The Wynkoop Case, A Trial of Great Interest, Found Not Guilty, The Judge's Charge.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 23 January, 1880, page 8.

The Wynkoop Trial.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 30 January, 1880, page 4.

The Kiehl Poisoning Case.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 10 February, 1880, p. 1.

Strikes.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Saturday, 28 February, 1880.

Labor Troubles.
     From the Quincy Daily Whig, Quincy, Illinois, Saturday, 28 February, 1880.

Died Of His Wounds.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Thursday, 4 March, 1880.

Labor Troubles, Riotous Strikers at Troy.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Friday, 5 March, 1880.

Cause of a Striker's Death.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 7 March, 1880, p. 1.

Daniel Leonard's Trial.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 17 March, 1880.

Another Arrest.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 26 March, 1880, page 5.

Current Events, The Wynkoop-Zell Murder Case.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Friday, 16 March, 1880, p. 2.

Court Proceedings.
     From the Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, 23 March, 1880, page 5.

A Bible In Miniature.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 5 July, 1880.

The Record of Accidents: Young Joseph Wynkoop Drowns.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 15 July, 1880, p. 2.

Bleeding For Garfield.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 1 September, 1880.

Scandal in a Michigan Asylum.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 22 March, 1881.

Rev. Dr. Wyncoop's Welcome.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 3 June, 1881.

Notes From Neighboring States.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 8 July, 1881.

Frontier Reminiscences.
     From the Aspen Weekly Times, Aspin, Pitkin County, Colorado, Saturday, 30 July, 1881.

Frontier Reminiscences.
     From the Aspen Weekly Times, Aspin, Pitkin County, Colorado, Saturday, 6 August, 1881.

Mourning And Humiliation.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 26 September, 1881.

Personal Intelligence.
     E. W. Wyncoup is in town from Harrisburg, Pa., from the Washington Post, Saturday, 25 January, 1882.

Weed's Opera House, One Night Only!
     From the Ticonderoga Sentinel, Ticonderoga, New York, Friday, 21 April, 1882.

Last evening the comedy of 'Widow Bedott' was presented...
     From the Ticonderoga Sentinel, Ticonderoga, New York, Friday, 21 April, 1882.

Chronicles of Frontier Days.
     From the Fort Collins Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Thursday, 4 May, 1882.

Telegraph Brevities.
     Young Henry Winecoop finds his parents dead, from the Washington Post, Wednesday, 21 June, 1882.

A Double Tragedy in Pittsburg.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 21 June, 1882.

A Tale of Blood.
     From the Pittsburg Dispatch, Pittsburg, Pa., Wednesday, 21 June, 1882.

He Ended the Warfare.
     From the Pittsburg Times, Pittsburg, Pa., Wednesday, 21 June, 1882.

Enforcing the Anti-Chinese Law.
     From the Fort Collins Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Thursday, 3 August, 1882.

Reasons For Rejoicing, Facts which furnish Food for Thanksgiving Reflections.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 1 December, 1882.

Cowhided in the Street
     From the New York Times, New York, Wednesday, 6 June, 1883, Page 1, column 3.

Arrested for Cowhiding an Alderman.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 6 June, 1883, p. 1.

Poisoned by Noxious Gases.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 6 September, 1883, p. 2.

Augusta Items.
     From the Quincy Daily Whig, Quincy, Illinois, Saturday, 6 October, 1883.

Only the Newsboy Escaped.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 23 October, 1883.

Crushed Through a Bridge, Three Persons Killed and Twenty-seven Wounded in a Disaster at Fort Edward, Thrilling Details.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Friday, 26 October, 1883.

Terrible Disaster, A Passenger Train Goes Through the Bridge at Fort Edward Into the Canal.
     From the Ticonderoga Sentinel, Ticonderoga, New York, Friday, 26 October, 1883.

The New Jersey Hero.
     An Old Man Who Has Saved Sixty-two Lives, from the Washington Post, Sunday, 23 March, 1884, p. 7.

City News In Brief.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 16 May, 1884.

Current Events, Pam Kin arrives in New York and is not permitted to land.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 5 June, 1884, p. 2.

Pun Kin Steals Ashore. He Eludes Deputy Collector Richard Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 26 June, 1884, p. 8.

Two Canoeists' Narrow Escape.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 31 July, 1884, p. 4.

Wrestling With a Canoe.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 18 September, 1884.

Original and Otherwise.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 20 September, 1884

A Winter Camp-Fire.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 18 February, 1885

Cleveland Men Rejoicing. Richard Wynkoop and other Republican Deputy Collectors receive dead crows upon the inauguration of President Grover Cleveland.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 5 March, 1885.

No Crow for Him. In a letter to the Editor, Richard Wynkoop declines the meal served for him.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 9 March, 1885, p. 3.

A Failure of the Mind Cure.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 15 June, 1885.

With Paddle And Sail.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 18 July, 1885

Collector Hedden's Aids, Two Important Appointments Confirmed by the Treasury Department.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 5 September, 1885.

Fire at Far Rockaway.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Tuesday, 8 December, 1885, p. 6.

For the Sake of the Seaman.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 4 January, 1886.

Long Branch Robbers
     From the New York Times, New York, Tuesday, 30 March, 1886, Page 3, Column 3.

Fighting Forest Fires.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 13 July, 1886, p. 1.

Hoodlums Attack an Officer.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 16 October, 1886, p. 8.

Notes From Williamsburg, Va.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 18 October, 1886.

Back in the Custom House Again.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 6 November, 1886, p. 8.

The Royal Savage, Interesting Information Relating to Her Building and History.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Friday, 12 November, 1886.

Charles H. Sherrill Dead.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 5 January, 1887, p. 7.

News of the Week, Mrs. William Wynkoop of Green Island.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Wednesday, 4 March, 1887.

Died:--Mary Jane (Wynkoop) Reynolds.
     From the New York Times, New York, Monday 7 March, 1887, p. 5.

She Leaped From the Bridge.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 8 March, 1887, p. 1.

Personal.
     From the Fort Collins Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Thursday, 24 March, 1887.

Mr. Kiersted's Financial Troubles.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 25 March, 1887, p. 1.

Shot By Her Lover.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 10 March, 1888, p. 5.

An Old Woman Burned to Death.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 29 June, 1888, p. 3.

An Alleged Swindler Arrested.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 16 August, 1888, p. 6.

Brought in on a Stretcher.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 29 August, 1888, p. 6.

The Last Hicks, Death of the Widow of Rear Admiral Stringham.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Saturday, 20 October, 1888, p. 6.

A Sensation In Church.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 30 October, 1888.

Devoting Her Life To Her Convict Son.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Friday, 21 December, 1888.

To Be Buried at Long Branch.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 17 March, 1889, p. 16.

The Inventing Genius.
     From the Fort Covington Sun, Fort Covington, New York, Thursday, 11 April, 1889.

Recent Inventions by Women.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 25 August, 1889.

Death of Hon. S. S. Cox.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 11 September, 1889.

Died: Eliza K. Porter.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 8 October, 1889, p. 5.

Death of Dr. Porter's Widow.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Wednesday, 9 October, 1889, p. 1.

Married: Kate Childs Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 28 November, 1889, p. 5.

Forwood, March!
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 11 December, 1889.

Art Notes.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 10 March, 1890, p. 4.

Sale of Dr. G. H. Wynkoop's Collection of Modern Paintings.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 13 March, 1890, p. 5.

The Wynkoop Sale.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 14 March, 1890, p. 5.

Accused of Printing Obscene Poems.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Sunday, 28 September, 1890, p. 3.

Wynkoop Denies the Charges, Comstock Says He Prints Obscene Matter and Circulars for Green Goods Men.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Sunday, 28 September, 1890, p. 20.

Sued By A Syndicate.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 30 October, 1890.

A Drama With a Pleasant Ending, Romance of Actor Basil West and Miss Lulu Harris.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 11 December, 1890, p. 6.

Friends of the Indian, Annual Conference of Indian Commissioners and Missionaries.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 9 January, 1891.

Marriage Notice - Duff-Wynkoop.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 16 March, 1891, p. 1.

The Death Record.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Friday, 8 May, 1891.

General Mining News.
     From the Aspen Weekly Times, Aspin, Pitkin County, Colorado, Saturday, 9 May, 1891.

The Railroads, The Railroad That Will Climb Wilson's Peak.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Thursday, 4 June, 1891.

Long Beach.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 7 June, 1891.

Obituary Notes.
     Col. Ewing Wynkoop has died at Santa Fe, New Mexico, from the New York Times, Sunday, 13 September, 1891.

Obituary Notes, Col. E. W. Winkoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 13 September, 1891.

Pioneer Wynkoop Dead.
     From the Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sunday, 13 September, 1891.

Rocky Mountain Pioneer Dead.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 13 September, 1891.

Colonel Edward W. Wynkoop - Obituary
     From the Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Co., Monday, 14 September, 1891: Page 2, column 5.

Will Seek Rider Haggard's Ophir.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 22 September, 1891.

Chasing a Phantom.
     From the Standard, Ogden, Utah, Tuesday, 22 September, 1891.

Goes to Africa.
     From the Aspen Weekly Times, Aspin, Pitkin County, Colorado, Saturday, 26 September, 1891.

Editorial Comment.
     From the Atlanta Constitution, Monday, 28 September, 1891.

To Find King Solomon's Mines.
     W. C. Wynkoop on His Way to Africa for an English Syndicate, He Says, from the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 29 September, 1891.

Tried to Drown His Sweetheart.
     From the Watertown Herald, Watertown, New York, Saturday, 3 October, 1891.

Progress of the Terminal.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Friday, 16 October, 1891.

Married, Wynkoop-Yates.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 17 October, 1891.

Mrs. Astor's Necklace, And Other Collections of Precious Stones Almost As Famous.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 25 October, 1891.

King Solomon's Mines, An Expedition to go to Africa in Search of Them.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Friday, 20 November, 1891.

Died, Mrs. Aurelia Mills Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 27 December, 1891.

Mrs. Aurelia Mills Wynkoop Dead.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 27 December, 1891.

Burial Permits Issued.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 28 December, 1891.

The Blaine Divorce.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 20 February, 1892.

Blaine Divorce Case on Trial.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 20 February, 1892.

Wynkoop-Scrymser.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Wednesday, 13 March, 1892, p. 1.

Died: Madeline May (Wynkoop) Dewey.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 31 August, 1892, p. 5.

Entitled To A Warm Welcome.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 19 September, 1892.

A Steamer Sunk, Four Persons Perish and Many are Injured.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 9 October, 1892.

Run Down by a Collier.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 10 October, 1892, p. 1.

Fatal Collision of Ships.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 10 October, 1892.

A Collision At Sea.
     From the Hartford Courant, Hartford, Connecticut, Monday, 10 October, 1892.

Six Fatalities.
     From the Greeley Tribune, Greeley, Weld County, Colorado, Thursday, 13 October, 1892.

Seven Dead in a Wreck. Shamokin Express Crashes into Empty Coal Train.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 25 October, 1892, p. 1.

Man Commits Suicide at Wynkoop Building.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 28 February, 1893, p. 2.

Rev. Mr. Wynkoop Going to India.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 1 August, 1893.

Dr. Wyncoop Honored.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 13 August, 1893.

Preaching His Farewell.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 28 August, 1893.

Died: Elizabeth Elmendorf Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 23 September, 1893, p. 5.

Personal Mention.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 1 October, 1893.

The Burning of Kingston.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 10 October, 1893, p. 4.

The Dodge-Wyncoop Wedding.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 11 October, 1893.

News Has Been Received...
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 23 October, 1893.

Due To Poor Investments.
     From the Boston Daily Globe, Sunday, 19 November, 1893.

Charity Her Mission.
     From the Manitoba Morning Free Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, "Women, Home and Fashion", Saturday, 10 February, 1894, Page 11, Column 3.

City Brevities.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 28 February, 1894.

City Brevities.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 2 March, 1894, p. 6.

Items.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 8 March, 1894.

A Batch of Indictments Returned.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 17 March, 1894, p. 8.

A Petty Embezzler Pleads Guilty.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 20 March, 1894, p. 11.

Rev. Mr. Wynkoop In India.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 26 March, 1894.

Thirty-four Indictments Returned.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 27 March, 1894.

Complaints Against Street Lamps.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Sunday, 27 March, 1894, p. 5.

Kingston's Old Cemetery.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 10 June, 1894, p. 24.

Wynkoop-Huff Wedding.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Wednesday, 3 October, 1894.

Charged With Forging a Pass.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 12 October, 1894, p. 1.

A Bench Warrant is Ordered for Benjamin Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 17 November, 1894, p. 12.

Barge Van Santvoord Lost, Three Men Washed Overboard.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 7 February, 1895, p. 5.

Another Sound Disaster.
     From the Hartford Courant, Hartford, Connecticut, Thursday, 7 February, 1895.

Watery Grave.
     From the Boston Daily Globe, Thursday, 7 February, 1895.

The Obituary Record, Matthew Bennett Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 31 March, 1895, p. 3.

An Electrician Hurt.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 21 July, 1895.

District Building Notes.
     From the Washington Post Saturday, 27 July, 1895.

To Shut Out Peering Negroes.
     From the Washington Post Wednesday, 25 September, 1895.

Mr. Wynkoop's Wall Stands.
     From the Washington Post Tuesday, 8 October, 1895.

Two Man Holes on Broadway Blown Up Again.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Friday, 1 November, 1895, p. 4.

The Ways of a Mule.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 1 November, 1895.

Williams Improves, Electric Lights.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 4 November, 1895.

Santa Barbara County, Recent Arrivals at the Arlington Hotel.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 21 December, 1895.

Tucson, Prescott Brevities.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 1 April, 1896.

Three Days With The Veldt Hunters.
     From the Atlanta Constitution, Sunday, 19 April, 1896.

Died: Ann Eliza (Woodbury) Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 18 June, 1896, p. 5.

Mrs. Wynkoop's Injuries Fatal.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Saturday, 11 July, 1896.

Three New Animals for the Park.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 29 July, 1896, p. 2.

Letter From General Houston.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 4 September, 1896.

Meat Dealers Fined.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 23 September, 1896.

The Death of James C. Wynkoop Regarded by Some as Mysterious.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 11 November, 1896.

Minor Matters.
     From the Denton Journal, Denton, Maryland, Saturday Morning, 22 May, 1897, Page 3, Column 5, Vol 51, No. 34.

Just From Georgia.
     A mysterious airship has been seen again, from the Atlanta Constitution, Friday, 25 June, 1897.

Says He Lost the Watch.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 16 July, 1897.

Mr. Wyncoop's Bad Memory.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 15 November, 1897.

Personal Intelligence.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 18 November, 1897, p. 6.

T. S. Wynkoop in India.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Friday, 28 March, 1898, p. 5.

Obituary: Charles Wynkoop.
     From the Lockport Daily Journal, Tuesday, 19 April, 1898, p. 5.

Where Brave Men Fell, The Dying Capron Killed Two Spaniards--Hamilton Fish's End.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Monday, 27 June, 1898.

Casualties at Santiago. List of the Killed and Wounded in the Three Days Fight.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 27 July, 1898, p. 3.

Hamilton Fish's Funeral.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 30 July, 1898, p. 12.

Another Mysterious Fire.
     From the Ambler Gazette, Ambler, Pa., Thursday, 11 August, 1898.

"Teddy's Terrors", The Cow Puncher is Said to Have Vindicated Himself in the West.
     From the New York Times, New York, Sunday, 28 August, 1898.

Called To Assembly's Church.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 24 September, 1898.

Harlem and the Bronx.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 3 November, 1898, p. 7.

Honors Well Won.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 17 November, 1898.

City's Case Almost In, Important Progress Made in the Water Arbitration.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 8 December, 1898.

Died, C. D. Wynkoop.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Wednesday, 11 January, 1899, p. 5.

Gave Away His New Coat. Curious Mistake of a Sympathetic Physician at Bellevue.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 25 January, 1899, p. 4.

Water Arbitration, Wynkoop R. Kiersted Gives Impartial Testimony.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 8 February, 1899.

No Animal Life in Whisky.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 18 March, 1899, p. 1.

Returned from Mission Work in India.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 2 June, 1899.

Arizona.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 12 August, 1899.

Both are All Right.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 25 October, 1899.

The 1900s:
Lectures For Endeavorers.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 3 February, 1900.

Conditions in British India.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 9 March, 1900.

Told Of Plague In India.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 10 March, 1900.

American Tract Society.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 26 March, 1900.

Hamilton Fish, Jr., Memorial. Competition for Tablet to be Erected at Columbia University.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 3 April, 1900, p. 7.

Elizabeth Presbytery To Meet.
     From the New-York Tribune, Saturday, 14 April, 1900.

Died, Lydia Belcher Strang Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Tuesday, 4 September, 1900.

Counterfeit Silver Money.
     James Wynkoop arrested by Secret Service Agents, from the Washington Post, Saturday, 29 September, 1900.

Paterson Opera House Burned.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 3 November, 1900, p. 1.

Cause of Fire Unknown.
     From the New-York Tribune, Saturday, 3 November, 1900.

Settled Case in Court.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 6 November, 1900.

Died, Maria Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Thursday, 22 November, 1900.

Weddings of a Day. Morris-Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 28 December, 1900, p. 7.

Grip Epidemic In Chicago.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 10 January, 1901.

Colonel John Estill Wynkoop.
     From the Bucks County Intelligencer, Thursday 24 January, 1901.

Defied Police and Danced.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 1 March, 1901.

About Society.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 26 April, 1901.

Society's Sunday Review.
     From the New-York Tribune, Sunday, 28 April, 1901.

In Society.
     From the New-York Tribune, Saturday, 11 May, 1901.

Society Day By Day.
     From the New-York Tribune, Wednesday, 15 May, 1901.

Society Day By Day.
     From the New-York Tribune, Saturday, 18 May, 1901.

Ministers Cited by Court.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Tuesday, 18 June, 1901, p. 9.

Denver Crusaders Go Too Far.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 19 June, 1901.

Flashes From the Wires.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 2 July, 1901.

Judge Reprimands His Critics.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 2 July, 1901.

Judge Palmer Scores Denver Preachers.
     From the Glenwood Post, Glenwood Springs, Garfield County, Colorado, Saturday, 6 July, 1901.

Wedding Feast Poisons Guests.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 25 October, 1901.

Ninety Persons Poisoned.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 25 October, 1901.

Small Profit in These Burglaries.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 11 November, 1901.

Died, Henrietta Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Wednesday, 27 November, 1901.

In Old Colonial Style.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 26 January, 1902.

Says Wynkoop Abused Him.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, 10 March, 1902, p. 1.

Riot in Cheese Scented.
     Slander on Roquefort Brand Resented by Friends, from the Chicago Daily Tribune, Saturday, 15 March, 1902.

Dr. Wynkoop Fails for $132,336.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Monday, 4 June, 1902, p. 9.

Pimas Must Marry Like the Whites.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 7 September, 1902.

Bradley On Trial.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 13 September, 1902.

High Jinks of Terrors..., Annual Outing of "Rough Riders" Affords Much Amusement.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 14 September, 1902.

Funeral of Nicholas Fish.
     From the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Thursday, 18 September, 1902, p. 3.

Nicholas Fish's Funeral.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 19 September, 1902.

Roosevelt's Sister, Has No Disease But is Somewhat Run Down.
     From the Ogden Standard, Ogden City, Utah, Wednesday, 29 October, 1902.

President's Sister Sick.
     From the New-York Tribune, Wednesday, 29 October, 1902.

Henry Wynkoop: Sketch of Soldier-Jurist of Early Days by John S. Wurts
     From the Bucks County Intelligencer, Doylestown, Pa., Thursday, 30 October, 1902.

A Million Acre Estate, Last Parcels of Property Owned by Sir Frederick Johnstone To Be Sold.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 13 February, 1903.

Local Gossip.
     From the Telluride Journal, Telluride, San Miguel County, Colorado, Thursday, 16 July, 1903.

Died, Francis Silvester Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 16 October, 1903.

New-York Society.
     From the New-York Tribune, Sunday, 15 November, 1903.

Married, Wynkoop-Schenck.
     From the New-York Tribune, Sunday, 15 November, 1903.

1903 Family Reunion at Vredenshof
     From the Newtown Enterprise, Newtown, Pa., 25 July, 1903.

Died, Anna G. Wynkoop Dubois.
     From the New-York Tribune, Monday, 7 March, 1904.

Died, Carlie S. Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 25 March, 1904.

Coronado, Personal and Social.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 26 March, 1904.

Death Wakes The Echoes Of Aged Actress' Fame.
     Kate Estelle's obituary, from an unidentified Brooklyn, New York newspaper, Sunday, 10 March, 1904, p. 2 or 12.

Food Stolen From Woman.
     Union Benefit Fund Robbed at Albuquerque, from the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 19 June, 1904.

James D. Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Thursday, 2 June, 1904.

Died, James D. Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 3 June, 1904.

Labor Editor Leaves Debts.
     Another Member of Notorious Wynkoop Family Skips, from the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 17 July, 1904.

Shot Fellow Workman.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 27 July, 1904.

Damages for Terminal Work.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 5 August, 1904.

His High Mightiness.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 5 March, 1905.

Singers of Western.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 3 June, 1905.

Virginia Weddings.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 1 July, 1905.

Gets Carnegie's Paris Prize.
     From the New-York Tribune, Thursday, 27 July, 1905.

Scholarship For John Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Tuesday, 26 September, 1905.

Perfect Rhymes.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 21 October, 1905.

Deaths of Noted People, Jonathan G. Wynkoop.
     From the Adirondack News, St. Regis Falls, New York, Saturday, 28 October, 1905.

Died, Virginia Wynkoop Hay.
     From the New-York Tribune, Thursday, 18 January, 1906.

Her Property Depreciated.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 1 March, 1906.

No Reason Shown For Act.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 27 March, 1906.

Night and Day Bank.
     From the New-York Tribune, Sunday, 8 April, 1906.

Cheer on Box Cover.
     Mrs. J. A. Wynkoop Hears that Daughter Is Safe in Tent after San Francisco Earthquake, from the Washington Post, Thursday, 26 April, 1906.

Night Bank Now Open.
     From the New-York Tribune, Tuesday, 1 May, 1906.

Night Bank Lights Out.
     From the New-York Tribune, Thursday, 3 May, 1906.

An Unusual Memorial.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 9 May, 1906.

Going To Europe.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Saturday, 7 July, 1906.

Married, Torney-Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Friday, 21 September, 1906.

Virginia Obituary, Mrs. Margaret Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 7 November, 1906.

Bear Races Express Train.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 3 January, 1907.

Died, Elizabeth Appleton Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Saturday, 2 February, 1907.

Obituary Notes, Mrs. Elizabeth Appleton Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Saturday, 2 February, 1907.

Wanted--Help, Female.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 24 March, 1907.

Post's Letter Box.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 29 March, 1907.

Deaths, Frank Lindsay Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 7 March, 1907.

Bears Try to Board Train.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 22 March, 1907.

Arizona, "Fans" Delighted.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 23 March, 1907.

Large Catch on the Potomac.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 25 March, 1907.

The Multimillionaires of Chicago, Ill. Richard W. Sears.
     Old Man Wynkoop of Rush City, Minnesota showed him how other men's abilities and loyalty to his business could make him a millionaire, from the Chicago Tribune, Sunday, 16 June, 1907.

Licensed To Marry.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 24 August, 1907.

Arizona Baseball, Big Tourney For Tucson.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 4 October, 1907.

Gift To Beaux Arts, Addition of $20,000 to Fund for Paris Prize for Architects.
     From the New-York Tribune, Thursday, 28 November, 1907.

Two Fires Cause Terror.
     From the Chicago Tribune, Saturday, 28 December, 1907.

Deaths, Margaret A. McNair.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 7 January, 1908.

Mrs. W. G. Sargent Robbed.
     From the New-York Tribune, Monday, 27 January, 1908.

Auto Owner as Victim's Doctor.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 7 April, 1908.

Seeks To Break Weeks Will.
     From the New-York Tribune, Sunday, 26 April, 1908.

Virginia Obituary, H. F. Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 5 May, 1908.

When Skilly Stole the Cipher.
     Fiction from the Washington Post, Sunday, 21 June, 1908.

Give In..., Festival of the Seas.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 12 July, 1908.

Shot Fox Worth $600.
     New York Farmer Kills Silver Gray Carrying Off a Rooster, from the Washington Post, Sunday, 3 January, 1909.

Competition For Scholarship.
     From the New-York Tribune, Thursday, 11 March, 1909.

Dr. Gerardus H. Wynkoop Dead.
     From the New York Times, Monday, 17 March, 1909.

Died, Dr. Gerardus Hilles Wynkoop.
     From the New-York Tribune, Monday, 17 May, 1909.

Dr. G. H. Wynkoop, Dead.
     From the New-York Tribune, Monday, 17 May, 1909.

Won Daughters of Confederacy Medal.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 26 May, 1909.

Dr. Wynkoop's Children Get Estate.
     From the New-York Tribune, Sunday, 18 July, 1909.

Maryland Weddings.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 18 September, 1909.

Dr. Wynkoop Seeks Account, Referee Appointed in His Suit Against Estate of Father.
     From the New-York Tribune, Wednesday, 22 December, 1909.

Explained.
     From the Adirondack News, St. Regis Falls, New York, Saturday, 1 January, 1910.

Obituary, Willard Walter Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 20 February, 1910.

Deaths, John Wynkoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 22 March, 1910.

Brings a Baby Lion from Africa.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 22 April, 1910.

Baby Lion Gets Zoo Welcome.
     From the New-York Tribune, Tuesday, 26 April, 1910.

Shorter News Items, Pithy Paragraphs that Chronicle the Week's Doings.
     From the Watertown Herald, Watertown, New York, Saturday, 30 April, 1910.

Hawk Kills a Snake.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 1 August, 1910.

A Historic Quilt.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 16 January, 1911.

Happenings Along the Great Pacific Coast, Arizona Letter.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 20 February, 1911.

Mysterious, Unhappy Wife's Troubles Over.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 3 March, 1911.

Arizona, Union Leader Accused.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 16 May, 1911.

Women Save Three In Sea.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 29 July, 1911.

To Store Water for Orchards, Land Company Acquires the Wynkoop Ranch.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 17 October, 1911.

Mrs. Wynkoop Dies Suddenly.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 24 December, 1911.

Fire Destroys Historic Mansion.
     From an undated 1911 Newspaper clipping, no source given.

Wynkoop Family
    An undated and unsourced newspaper article from the early 1900s.

Taft's Guards Cause Row.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 16 January, 1912.

Baby For Each Bachelor.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 23 March, 1912.

Doctors Spoiled Her Face.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 12 April, 1912.

Capital To Bay Line.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 6 August, 1912.

Indorses The Kenyon Bill.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 7 December, 1912.

Licensed To Marry.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 31 December, 1912.

John Wynkoop, 87.
     From the Akron Weekly Pioneer Press, Akron, Washington County, Colorado, Friday, 3 January, 1913.

G. A. R. Oyster Club Meets.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 24 January, 1913.

To Honor Maine Dead.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 9 February, 1913.

Saved Life Of Her Sister.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 17 March, 1913.

Died, Gladys McMichael.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 29 March, 1913.

He Was on the Forster Train.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 17 July, 1913.

A Civil War Battle With a Strange Sequel 50 Years Later.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 10 August, 1913.

Died, Richard Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 26 October, 1913.

Obituary Notes, Richard Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 26 October, 1913.

Obituary, William Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Saturday, 3 January, 1914.

Laziness And Health.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 19 April, 1915.

Seven Hazing Arrests.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 1 July, 1915, p. 2.

Eight More Naval Cadets Are Implicated In Hazing.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 2 July, 1915.

Widely-known Man Suddenly Taken by Death.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Wednesday, 4 August, 1915.

Police News Notes.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 4 October, 1915.

Tales of Early Days.
     From the Weekly Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Friday, 31 December, 1915.

An Exceedingly Interesting Incident.
     Helen Truman's Letter to the Editor regarding the assasination of Abraham Lincoln, from the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 16 February, 1916.

On Stage When Lincoln Died.
     Actress Tells of Scenes that Followed Fatal Shot, from the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 21 February, 1916.

Current Offerings At Playhouses.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 26 March, 1916.

Death Notices, George W. Wynkoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 2 June, 1916.

Wins Prize In Auto Run.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 11 June, 1916.

Many Hurt In Mishaps.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 14 September, 1916.

Members of Cast in Play on Night of Lincoln Tragedy.
     Actress Tells of Scenes that Followed Fatal Shot, from the Washington Post, Monday, 22 January, 1917.

Sea Perils May Keep Star Swimmer in Maroon Tank.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 4 February, 1917.

Decorated. U. of C. Athlete Wins War Cross in France.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Wednesday, 4 July, 1917.

Honors U. S. Auto Drivers.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 4 July, 1917.

Prominent Pioneer is Called by Death, William Wincup Had Been Active in City's Life.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 29 December, 1918.

Happenings In Society, Clubs and Churches.
     From the Fort Collins Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Thursday, 3 April, 1919.

Girl Shot by Accident.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 28 September, 1919.

Obituary, Dr. Nathaniel I. Rubinkam.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Wednesday, 1 October, 1919.

Death Notices, Nathaniel Irwin Rubinkam.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Wednesday, 1 October, 1919.

Cab Camouflage Helps In Theft of $4,000 Auto.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 9 October, 1919.

Gets Use of $150,000 Estate.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 6 February, 1920.

San Diego Does Bit.
     Raises More Than Three Thousand Dollars for Chinese Relief, from the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 21 March, 1921.

Cheats Sentence by Death.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 28 April, 1921.

Some Wallop to This Film; Trust Neilan!
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 24 May, 1921.

The Spiritual Science Church of Christ.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 26 June, 1921.

Footpads Beat Two.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 16 October, 1921.

Navy Assignments.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 3 June, 1922.

Navy Assignments.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 16 August, 1922.

Christian Scientist Dies Here.
     Mrs. Mary Wynkoop, Aged Pioneer of Creed, Passes on at Her Home from the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 24 August, 1922.

Little Daughter Born To Mr. and Mrs. Wyncoop.
     From the Fort Collins Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Thursday, 7 September, 1922.

Births Reported to Registrar Recently Are Announced.
     From the Fort Collins Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Saturday, 7 October, 1922.

Eyewitnesses to Lincoln's Assassination Live Here.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 11 February, 1923.

Concerning James Monroe.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 25 March, 1923.

Monroe Defended In Jilting Charge.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 1 April, 1923.

Personals.
     From the Fort Collins Courier, Fort Collins, Larimer County, Colorado, Tuesday, 31 July, 1923.

Colorado News Note, Henry L. Wynkoop.
     From the Akron Weekly Pioneer Press, Akron, Washington County, Colorado, Friday, 10 August, 1923.

Licensed To Marry.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 25 September, 1923.

Died.
     From the San Francisco Call and Post, San Francisco, California, Tuesday, 6 November, 1923.

Wed While "Doped," Says Man's Accuser.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 30 December, 1923.

Ford Theater Actress Tells of Emancipator.
     Abraham Lincoln's assassination, from the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 10 February, 1924.

Burial For Mrs. Wynkoop.
     Death Tuesday Takes Survivor of Troupe Playing Night Lincoln Was Assassinated, from the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 3 March, 1924.

Engineers End Study For Lake Level Report.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Sunday, 19 October, 1924.

Died, Hubert S. Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 14 December, 1924.

Wants, Peoples Want Column.
     From the Malone Farmer, Malone, N. Y., Wednesday, 18 February, 1925.

Virginia Obituary, Mrs. Julia A. Carter.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 22 February, 1925.

Middle West News in Brief, Des Moines.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Wednesday, 1 July, 1925.

Editor Covers Story When His Son Is Drowned.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Saturday, 11 July, 1925.

Newspaper Man Writes Son's Death.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 12 July, 1925.

Wife of President of Lake View Hospital Dies.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Monday, 7 December, 1925.

Virginian Views Killing of Women and Children; Coaches Set Afire.
     Part of Revolution, Slayers Assert, from the Washington Post, Tuesday, 12 January, 1926.

Bandits Massacred 50 on Train; Burned Many Alive.
     Sparing Foreigners, They Showed No Mercy to Mexicans, American Survivor Says, from the New York Times, Tuesday, 12 January, 1926.

Fifty Estimated Dead in Mexican Bandit Carnage.
     Eight Train Brigands Executed, from the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 12 January, 1926.

Kill Mexican Train Bandits.
     Government Destroys Band After Butchery, from the Chicago Daily Tribune, Chicago, Illinois, Tuesday, 12 January, 1926.

Boy Injured by Auto.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 10 March, 1926.

Dry Violator Faces Fine or Jail Today.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 19 June, 1926.

Frith Names New Aides.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 20 June, 1926.

'Miracle Man' in Custody on Liquor Charge.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 24 June, 1926.

Changes in Arizona Dry Force Near.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 28 June, 1926.

Dry Raiders Arrest Five.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 4 July, 1926.

Southland Dry Force Recruiting.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 6 July, 1926.

Dry Agents Get Still in Paint Shop.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 23 July, 1926.

Plant Raid Yields Still.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 24 July, 1926.

First American Battle Flag.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 25 July, 1926.

Warehouse Distillery Discovered.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 29 July, 1926.

Dry Ranks Shift Sighted.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 4 August, 1926.

Drys Find Wine and Women, but Silent on Song.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 7 August, 1926.

New Forces in Local Rum War.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 9 August, 1926.

Hisses for Witness in Rum Trial.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 10 August, 1926.

New Arrests in City's Rum War.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 15 August, 1926.

Tender Flees, Leaving Coat, Hat and Still.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 18 August, 1926.

Woman Held in Rum Case.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 29 August, 1926.

Exciting Chase Over Rooftops Ends in Arrest.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 3 September, 1926.

Salt Water Leads To Rum.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 4 September, 1926.

Chinese Importers Seek Seized Liquor.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 8 September, 1926.

Hic! Dwelling Gets Soused.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 8 September, 1926.

"Radio Liquor" Plant Seized.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 9 September, 1926.

Four Taken in Drive on Rum Trade.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 17 September, 1926.

Padlocks For Wet Cabarets.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 1 October, 1926.

Former Aide of Drys Indicted.
     Wynkoop Accused of Misuse of Seized Liquors, from the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 21 October, 1926.

Wynkoop Asks Judge to Decide if Liquor Exists.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 9 November, 1926.

Liquor When in Officer's Hands Ruled Property.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 25 November, 1926.

Ruses of Dry Agents Cited.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 16 March, 1927.

"Dry" Caught in Own Trap.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 17 March, 1927.

Convicted Dry Agent May Get New Trial.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 22 March, 1927.

Wynkoop Will Take Appeal to Higher Court.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 12 March, 1927.

Farm Laborer Killed When Auto Hits Pole.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 5 July, 1927.

Warrant for Driver In Fatal Collision.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 7 July, 1927.

Automobile Driver Held.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 10 July, 1927.

Sleep Of 84 Hours Remains Unbroken.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 12 October, 1927.

Officers Check Woman's Story of Riddled Car.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 31 October, 1927.

Score Arrested in Bay City Drive.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 28 January, 1928.

Man Wounds Two; Ends His Own Life.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 30 December, 1928.

Frank Eldridge Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 3 January, 1929.

Judge's Nerve Saves Him from Armed Insane Man.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 3 March, 1929.

Threatens Judge With Two Pistols.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 3 March, 1929.

Philadelphia Blonde Hostess Is Ousted By Ward Czarina.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 28 April, 1929.

Halloween Pranks Result in Arrest.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 2 November, 1929.

Physician Is Injured When Hit by Bicycle.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 9 November, 1929.

Dr. Gilbert H. Wynekoop Obtains License to Wed.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 10 January, 1930.

Dr. Wynekoop Vanishes; Guests Await Wedding.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 12 January, 1930.

Waiting at the Church.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 17 January, 1930.

What Today Means To You.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 9 February, 1930.

Vital Record, Intention to Marry.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 27 March, 1930.

Three Maniacs Still At Large.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 5 June, 1930.

10 Of 13 Insane Men Who Fled Captured.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 5 June, 1930.

Ten of Thirteen Inmates Captured.
     From the Plattsburgh Sentinel, Plattsburgh, New York, Friday, 6 June, 1930.

Eleven Inmates Escape From Criminal Insane Hospital.
     From the Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, Saturday, 7 June, 1930.

Wins Lavalette Office.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 16 December, 1930.

Divorce Decrees Granted.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 27 December, 1931.

John Franklin Wynkoop.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 13 January, 1932.

Vital Record, Intention to Marry.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 6 February, 1932.

$1,500 Is Awarded In Auto Accident.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 19 June, 1932.

Death Notices, Marylouise Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 14 March, 1933.

Ex-Prohibition Agent Seized on Liquor Charge.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 16 June, 1933.

Pickpockets Get $143 At Griffith Stadium.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 3 October, 1933.

Seize Physician, 54, On Charge Of Attempted Rape.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 14 November, 1933.

Dr. Wynekoop Jailed Again On Attack Charge.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Wednesday, 15 November, 1933.

Scouts Mystery Hint In Death of Husband of Dr. Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 23 November, 1933.

Wynekoop Family Prominent Here In Medical Field.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 23 November, 1933.

Hour By Hour Story Of Events Leading Up To The Murder.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 23 November, 1933.

Pal Gives Alibi for Husband of Dead Girl.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 23 November, 1933.

Father's Notes Show Fondness For Slain Girl.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 23 November, 1933.

Mrs. Wynekoop Kind Woman, Says Physician Friend Here.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 24 November, 1933.

Wynekoop Family Dates Its Colonial Ancestry To 1647.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 24 November, 1933.

Dr. Wynekoop's Confession.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 25 November, 1933.

Rheta's Schoolgirl Letter Told Of New Date--Earle Wynekoop.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 26 November, 1933.

Girl Buried in Indianapolis.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 26 November, 1933.

Earle Is Hero In Clipping.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 28 November, 1933.

Records Disclose Error In Report Of Hennessey Funeral.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 28 November, 1933.

Dr. Wynekoop Stated Verging On Pneumonia.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 29 November, 1933.

Dr. Wynekoop Indicted, Her Plea Ignored.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 30 November, 1933.

Dr. Wynekoop Diagnoses Self; Expects to Die.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 1 December, 1933.

Wynekoop Defeated in Two Moves.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 2 December, 1933.

Wynekoop Son Sobered by 2 Court Defeats.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 2 December, 1933.

Wynekoop Trip Alibi Imperfect.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 3 December, 1933.

Body Carried To Wynekoop Home, Claim.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 4 December, 1933.

Dr. Wynekoop Ill; Trial Date Set for Jan. 4.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 5 December, 1933.

Medics Confirm First Autopsy In Wynekoop Case.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 7 December, 1933.

Kin of Dr. Wynekoop Wins in Sanity Test.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 8 December, 1933.

Jury Disagrees On Insanity Of Wynekoop Kin.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 8 December, 1933.

Wynekoop Son Case Dropped.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 12 December, 1933.

Dr. G. Wynekoop Adjudged Insane.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 14 December, 1933.

Wynekoop Faces Mishap Warrant.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 16 December, 1933.

Handy Man Of Wynekoops Said To Be Missing.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Thursday, 28 December, 1933.

Wynekoop Case Witness Found.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 29 December, 1933.

Wynekoop Figure Tells of Kidnaping.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 29 December, 1933.

Judge Upholds Right to Search Wynekoop Place.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 5 January, 1934.

Telegraph News Briefs, Wynekoop Trial Tuesday.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 7 January, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop to Deny Killing; Trial Thursday.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 9 January, 1934.

Events Leading To Murder Trial Of Dr. Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Friday, 12 January, 1934.

Dr. G. H. Wynekoop Taken To Menard Insane Hospital.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Saturday, 13 January, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Waits on Death.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 15 January, 1934.

Bloody Clothes At Trial Shake Dr. Wynekoop.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 17 January, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Insists Trial Be Completed.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 21 January, 1934.

New Delay Likely In Wynekoop Case.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 29 January, 1934.

Detectives Find Earle Wynekoop.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 31 January, 1934.

Publisher Succumbs.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 13 February, 1934.

B. M. Wynkoop Dies.
     From the New York Times, Tuesday, 13 February, 1934.

Health Better, Dr. Wynekoop Begs for Second Murder Trial.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 18 February, 1934.

2d Wynekoop Trial Delayed.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 21 February, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop 'Weary,' Spends Day Resting.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 23 February, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Reads Bible "For Strength."
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 26 February, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Killed For Gain, State Contends.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 28 February, 1934.

Wynekoop Son Gives Testimony.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 1 March, 1934.

Wynekoop Daughter Testifies.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 2 March, 1934.

Crowd Storms Court to Hear Dr. Wynekoop.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 2 March, 1934.

Wynekoop Killing Denied.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 3 March, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Denies Slaying Wife of Her Son.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 3 March, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Ends Testimony in Own Defense.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 4 March, 1934.

State Closes In Wynekoop Murder Trial.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 6 March, 1934.

Physician Convicted, Prison Voted for Dr. Wynekoop.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 7 March, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop, Convicted, Lies in Half Stupor.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 8 March, 1934.

"Mistake," Says Dr. Wynekoop.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 8 March, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Asks Jury Be Forgiven.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 10 March, 1934.

Chicago's Most Sensational Murder Trial...
     From the Fort Covington Sun, Fort Covington, New York, Thursday, 15 March, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Repeats Dope Fiend Slew Rheta.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 29 March, 1934.

Wynekoop Son Meets Mother.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 30 March, 1934.

Auto That Jumps One of the Features at Inventors' Show.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 3 April, 1934.

Died, Emily Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 4 April, 1934.

How To Keep Well.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 29 April, 1934.

Attorney Seeks Dr. Wynekoop's Freedom on Bail.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 22 May, 1934.

Dr. Wynekoop Hopes For New Murder Trial.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 17 June, 1934.

Mrs. F. A. Booth Dies; Was of Old Family.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 6 July, 1934.

Fisherman Made Unusual Catch.
     From the Adirondack Record-Elizabethtown Post, Au Sable Forks, N. Y., Thursday, 13 September, 1934.

Frosts Will Make Los Angeles Home.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 2 December, 1934.

'76 Warship Raised In Lake Champlain.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 13 January, 1935.

Wynekoop Murder!
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Monday, 28 January, 1935.

Mothers Sought In State Inquiry Into Baby Farm.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 30 January, 1935.

Dr. Wynekoop Denied Murder Case Reopening.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 13 February, 1935.

Woman Coughs Up Bullet, Lodged 5 Years.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 27 February, 1935.

Vital Record, Intention to Marry.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 28 March, 1935.

Western Scout Removed From Legendary Niche.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 26 March, 1935.

Doctor-Slayer Plea Rejected.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 28 March, 1935.

Dr. Wynekoop to File Plea in Highest Court.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 6 April, 1935.

Founder of Rubinkam Branch In Pennsylvania Unidentified.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 21 July, 1935.

Deaths, Lester Willard Wynkoop.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 29 October, 1935.

Slaying Charge Placed Against Special Officer.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 31 October, 1935.

Death of Peacemaker in Rink Fight Described.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 6 November, 1935.

Witness Against Officer Tells of Fatal Battle.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 10 December, 1935.

Girls Give Evidence in Death Case.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 11 December, 1935.

Murder Trial's Closing Pleas to Be Made Today.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 12 December, 1935.

Guard Freed Over Killing.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 13 December, 1935.

2 Hurt in '35 Traffic Die; '36 Toll Gains.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 6 January, 1936.

Oil News.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 18 April, 1936.

General Sherrill Dies Suddenly In Paris.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 26 June, 1936.

Navy Men Fly East in Spy Case.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 6 August, 1936.

New Indictment Of Farnsworth Is Held Likely.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 6 August, 1936.

Polish Envoy One of Group Taking Part.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 29 November, 1936.

Miss Ballard Wed To Mr. Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 6 June, 1937.

Troth is Announced of Miss Betty Clark.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 13 June, 1937.

Letters Century Old Found by WPA Crew.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 3 July, 1937.

13 Are Injured, 4 Victims of Hit-Run Driver.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 5 December, 1937.

1 Killed, 5 Hurt In Traffic; D.C. Deaths Now 97.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 13 December, 1937.

Ten Navy Officers Made Commanders.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 1 March, 1938.

Deaths, Logan M. Winkoop.
     From the New York Times, Saturday, 18 June, 1938.

Sarah Lanctot A Bride.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 31 July, 1938.

Mrs. Mary B. Y. Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 22 October, 1938.

District Engineer Appointed by W.P.A.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Monday, 27 March, 1939.

Bridges Building Starts Tomorrow.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 16 April, 1939.

Prison Project to Add Workers.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 30 May, 1939.

Six Injured In Five D. C. Accidents.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 27 June, 1940.

Death Notices, Everett H. Wynkoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Tuesday, 24 June, 1941.

Died, Joseph Ellis Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 12 September, 1941.

Women Reserve Officers' Service in Army Extended.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 8 October, 1941.

Hedda Hopper, Under Lens-Lease, No Doubt!
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 3 December, 1941.

Many Southland Schools Represented at Minter Field.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 3 May, 1942.

Japs Will Go to Pomona Fair Grounds Camp, More Aliens Told to Move.
     From the The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Wednesday, 6 May, 1942.

Honored For Java Flight.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 7 May, 1942.

Four in Plane-Ferrying Crew Honored for Flight to Java.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Thursday, 14 May, 1942.

Today In Washington, Applications For Marriage Licenses.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 14 October, 1942.

Former Library Director Dies.
     Funeral Services for Asa Wynkoop Will Be Conducted Privately from the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 23 October, 1942.

Engagements, Wynkoop-Barstow.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 19 February, 1943.

Services Commission Nine From Southland.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 9 May, 1943.

Parents Clasp Kidnapped Boy; Woman Jailed.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 15 August, 1943.

Convoy Crews See Aerial Dogfights.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 20 October, 1943.

Traffic Crashes Fatal To Three In This Area.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 13 August, 1944.

Drowns Self in Pond.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 27 August, 1944.

Navy Reports 398 Casualties; 29 Illinoisans.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Saturday, 7 October, 1944.

Baby Twins and Mother Get Here From Ireland.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 17 October, 1944.

Va. Navy Yard Trio Shifted.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 20 December, 1944.

Dies in Japanese Camp.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 8 August, 1945.

Latest Casualties of Army and Navy.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 8 August, 1945.

Dutch Ship Lands Pacific Veterans in New York.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Wednesday, 5 September, 1945.

Miss Nancy Leeds Officer's Fiancee.
     From the New York Times, Wednesday, 18 September, 1945.

Nancy H. M. Leeds Wed to Navy Man.
     From the New York Times, Sunday, 23 December, 1945.

Death Notices, Dr. Charles Ira Wynekoop.
     From the Chicago Daily Tribune, Sunday, 21 March, 1946.

Jim Crow Blocks Sailor's Leave In Saudi, Arabia.
     From the Chicago Defender, Chicago, Illinois, Saturday, 24 August, 1946.

Mountain Area Bought as Site for Dwellings.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 8 September, 1946.

Thirty Naval Officers Made Rear Admirals.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 28 November, 1946.

'Rough Riders' Hold Reunion.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Tuesday, 22 June, 1948.

Rough Riders Assemble for 50-Year Reunion.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 24 June, 1948.

Rough Riders Take Over Arizona Town in Reunion.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 25 June, 1948.

Died, Minnie Lee Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 15 August, 1948.

Dr. Wynekoop Cleared, Says Lie Test Inventor.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Saturday, 9 October, 1948.

Four Students Hurt in Auto Accident Here.
     From the Washington Post, Monday, 8 November, 1948.

Inquest Jury Orders Bus Driver Held.
     From the Washington Post, Tuesday, 9 November, 1948.

Navy Shifts Officers at 7 Shipyards.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 20 January, 1949.

Police Catch Quarry by Awaiting Street Car.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Wednesday, 2 February, 1949.

Navy Reveals Retirement of 3 Flag Officers.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 18 February, 1949.

Adm. Wynkoop Named Head of Radiomarine.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 12 March, 1949.

Navy Pilot's Body Found.
     From the New York Times, 15 February, 1950.

Santa Monica Man Hurt as Sprayer Blows Up in Face.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Saturday, 9 September, 1950.

Tobias Wynkoop; An Independent Thinker
    From the Waukegon News-Sun, Waukegon, Il., Friday, 29 September, 1950.

Two Men Die In Traffic Accidents.
     From the Washington Post, Saturday, 16 December, 1950.

Died, M. Elizabeth Wynkoop Denham.
     From the Washington Post, Friday, 2 February, 1951.

Area Men Are Due Home.
     From the Washington Post, Sunday, 22 July, 1951.

Three Saved After Fish Boat Sinking.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Sunday, 9 September, 1951.

Man, 35, Held in Rape Of His Daughter, 11.
     From the Washington Post, Wednesday, 9 April, 1952.

Rape Charge Is Dropped.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 17 April, 1952.

Engagements, Skinner-Wynkoop.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Friday, 10 October, 1952.

Failure to Appear in Court Solved--Defendant in Jail.
     From the Washington Post, Thursday, 1 October, 1953.

Frank Murray Wynkoop.
     Newspaper publisher and son of Edward Wanshaer Wynkoop, from the New York Times, New York, Saturday, 10 March, 1954.

Woman, 44, Dies After Being Flung From Auto.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Sunday, 25 July, 1954.

Francis K. W. Drury.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Saturday, 4 September, 1954.

Deaths, Alfred Barstow.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 30 December, 1954.

Suspect Flees Store Via Closed Door.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Sunday, 30 January, 1955.

17 Ambassadors Will Attend Olympic Dinner.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Monday, 26 March, 1956.

Executive Changes.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 1 June, 1956.
My Dad.

Jeremiah Wynkoop -- I.
     From the Christian Science Monitor, Wednesday, 6 June, 1956.

Jeremiah Wynkoop -- II.
     From the Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday, 12 June, 1956.

Jeremiah Wynkoop -- III.
     From the Christian Science Monitor, Tuesday, 19 June, 1956.

Mexico War Hero
    From the Pottsville Republican, Pottsville, Pa., Tuesday, 9 October, 1956.

Military Background
    From the Pottsville Republican, Pottsville, Pa., Monday, 15 October, 1956.

Obituary, Mrs. Marie Falcone.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Thursday, 25 October, 1956.

Son of Denver Founder Puts Recollections on Tape
    From the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegram, Colorado Springs, Co., Sunday, 1 December, 1957.

Two Great Ladies
    From the Pottsville Republican, Pottsville, Pa., after June, 7, 1957.

Rossman H. Wynkoop, Newsman, Dead;
Bergen Evening Record Managing Editor.

     From the New York Times, Saturday, 26 April, 1958.

Editor Wynkoop Dies.
     From the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, Saturday, 26 April, 1958.

Harman Wynkoop, Last of Pioneer Family, Dies at 86.
    From the Colorado Springs Gazette Telegram, Colorado Springs, Co., Tuesday 17 November, 1959.

Harman H. Wynkoop, Printing Veteran, Dies
     From the Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Co., Tuesday, 17 November, 1959: Page 21.

Man Sued for $15,000 on 'Piggy-Back' Ride.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Tuesday, 2 August, 1960.

Bolts Set Fire, Kill 2 Horses.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Sunday, 11 September, 1960.

Police Charge Two Teen-agers In Rifle Slaying Over Girl Feud.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Friday, 14 October, 1960.

Age Proof Considered For Driving Licenses.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Monday, 17 October, 1960.

Landon H. Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Wednesday, 19 July, 1961.

Engagement Announcements, Harpin--Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Sunday, 11 October, 1964.

R. R. Wynkoop Dies; Gas Dealers Official.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Saturday, 9 January, 1965.

Deaths, Carl N. Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Thursday, 21 October, 1965.

7th Pennsylvania Cavalry
    From the Pottsville Republican, Pottsville, Pa., Monday, 20 March, 1967.

Deaths Elsewhere, Bessie D. Wynkoop, 94, Wife of D.C. Physician.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Monday, 26 June, 1967.

Customs--Patent Court.
     From the New York Times, Friday, 9 February, 1968.
My Dad.

Ransom Wynkoop, Wife of Admiral.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Washington, D.C., Sunday, 2 February, 1969.

Crash Kills Turkish Aide.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, 14 April, 1970.

3-Month Fete Marks Northampton's 250th Year
    From the Evening Bulletin, Philadelphia, Pa., Thursday, 31 August, 1972.

Deaths, John R. Wynkoop.
     From the Washington Post and Times Herald, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, 24 October, 1972.

Handicapped Woman Pilot Denied Seat.
     From the Washington Post, Washington, D.C., Monday, 29 July, 1974.

Bob Levey's Washington, Life's Moments: Some to Savor, Others to Forget.
     From the Washington Post, Washington, D.C., Tuesday, 14 July, 1981.

The Many Faces Saint-Memin Saved.
     Including Dyer Sharpe Wynkoop, from the Washington Post, Washington, D.C., Friday, 2 December, 1994.

Deaths, Gerardus H. Wynkoop.
     From the New York Times, Thursday, 20 July, 1995.

The 21st Century:
Trying to Force Peace Montco General Ignited War on Plains.
     Historians Say Maj. Gen. Winfield Scott Hancock's Effort to Bully American Indians Made a Bad Situation Worse, from the Philadelphia Inquirer, 13 August, 2000.

"Sins of Sand Creek. Letters detail massacre of American Indian women and children"
    From the Denver Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Co., Friday, 15 September, 2000

"The Sand Creek Massacre Letters"
    From the Denver Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Co., Friday, 15 September, 2000

A Hidden History
     From the Bucks County Courier Times, Pa., Thursday, 21 June, 2001

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