Females at Bannack, 1862-3

A list of all persons (except Indians) who were in what is now Montana during the winter of 1862-3, which was the first winter after the gold mines of this region had become known abroad. (This list is not entirely complete. We ask information enabling us to make it perfect.)

Bannack City and Vicinity (Dakotah Territory)

Arnold, Mrs. W. S.

Ball, Mrs. Smith.
Biddle, Mrs. Dr.
Burchett, Mrs. B. B.
Burchett, Miss Mary.
Bennett, Widow.1
Buckner, Mrs. Hank.
Burchett, Miss Sallie.
Brown, Widow.

Caldwell, Mrs. Thos.
Castner, Mrs. J. M.
Carrol, Mrs.
Caven, Mrs. J. B.

Dalton, Mrs.
Dalton, Miss _____
Donnelly, Miss Mary.
Dalton, Miss Matilda.
Davenport, Mrs. L. W.
Durgan, Widow Catharine.

Hewins, Widow.
Harby, Mrs. James.

Kuster, Mrs. G.
Le Graw, Mrs. Frank.2
Meredith, Mrs.
Peabody, Mrs. Susan.
Ray, Mrs. Frank.
Short, Mrs.

Tilley, Mrs.
Tyler, Mrs. H. T.

Waddams, Mrs. Wilson.
Waddams, Miss Sarah.

Zoller, Mrs. Henry.
Zoller, Miss Emma.

1. And young daughter.
2. The Countess.

Big Hole Bridge (Dakotah Territory).

Burr, Fred. H.
Ervin, Louis D.
Coulan, James
Minesinger, James M.

Source: Montana Historical Society Contributions, Vol. I., 1876

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