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BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. 



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LIST OF BOOKS 



BOYS AND GIRLS 



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City of Boston. 



Second Edition, Revised 




BOSTON. 

PUBLISHED BY THE TRUSTEES. 

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Preface. 



This list of books for Boys and Girts, prepared by Miss Alice M. Jordan, 
Custodian of the Children's Room at the Central Library, is issued as an aid 
to young readers who are unable personally to use the open shelves. It has 
been arranged wholly for the convenience of such readers, and therefore 
varies in some respects from the established methods followed in other cata- 
logues of the Library. ' ' : :, ; 

The list includes authors, titles, and subjects in a single alphabetical 
arrangement. Authors are cited by the names best known, often at some 
sacrifice of uniformity in style. The subject headings are intended to meet 
the requirement of the schools, and also to cover, in some measure the range 
of children's interests. They are printed in a distinctive type. 

In the preparation of the list suggestion, rather than completeness, has 
been sought. Besides the books named which may be found on the open 
shelves of the Children's Room at the Central Library, a few, usually recom- 
mended for adults rather than children, have been included on account 
of their suggestive value; and it is hoped that these may incite to further 
reading. Although the more important books for boys and girls have been 
listed, the Library contains many others, to be obtained by the use of the 
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A LIST OF 
BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. 



A. B. C. of electricity. MzAirawcKon. 

Z.took 5.1 

A-hunting of the deer. Waknek. Z.40C 37.1 
AuiTUd, Hans. Lisbeth Longfrock. Z.F.ia i 
Aaron, Eugene M. Butterfly hunters in the 
Caribbees. Z.iol 1S.1 

Abandoned claim. Loughead. Z.F.18I i 

Abbie Ann. Martin. Z.F.iTmi 

Abbot, Alice B. A frigate's namesake. 

Z.F.a3a I 

Abbot, Willis J. Battlefields and campfires. 

Z.aoe 15.3 

— Battlefields and victory. Z.aoe 154 

— Battlefields of '61. Z.aoe 15.3 

— The naval history of the United States. 

Z.aofa 1 4. 1 

— The story of our navy for young Ameri- 
cans. Z.aob 14.3 

Abbot, The. Scott. • Z.F.oai 

Abbott, J. H. M. The South Seas. Z.ioda.i 
Abbott, Jacob. A boy on a farm. Z.F.3a i 

— Rollo at play. Z.F.aas 

— Rollo at schooL Z.F.aa 3 

— Rollo at work. Z.F.aa a 

— Rollo's correspondence. Z.F.aa? 

— Rollo's travels. Z.F.aa 6 

— Rollo's vacation. Z.F.aa 4 

— Histories of Cyrus the Great and Alex- 
ander the Great. Z.sob 4c i 

— Julius Caesar. Z.3obica 
•^History of King Alfred, of England. 

Z.30b 3a a 

— History of King Charles I., of England. 

Z.3ob 6c t 

— History of King Richard I., of England. 

Z^ob gr i 
Z^b 5m I 

— History of Mary, Queen of Scots. 

For other liClea dnder Jacob Abbott, kc the 
Card CotalosDc 

Abbott, John S. C Christopher Carson. 
Z.3ob ac I 

— Daniel Boone.- Z.sob ib a 

— David Crockett. Z^bacio 

— Ferdinand de Soto. Z.3ob3di 

— History of Hernando Cortei. Z.3ob 7c i 

— History of Napoleon Bonaparte. 

Z.3ob 7c I 

— Miles Standish, Captain of the Pilgrims. 

Z.3ob IS I 
About animals. Carter. Z.100I47.1 

About old.story tellers. Mitchell. Z.3oa87.i 
Acadia. See Canada. 
Acts of the Apostles for children. Sicua. 

Z.gob aa.i 
Across Asia on a bicycle. Allek and Sacht- 

LEBEN. Z.iof 1.33 



Adam's dream and two other miracle plays 
Henderson. Z^od 30.1 

Adams, Andy. Well Brothers, the young 
cattle kings. Z.F.aoai 

Adams, C. C. An elementary commercial 
geography. Z.ioa 33.1 

Adams, John. Bbiggs. Noted speeches. 

Z^ob 10.1 

— Brooks. Historic Americans. Z.soa S.a 

— Stoddaiu). John Adams and Thomas 
Jefferson. Z.3oa 1^.3 

Adams, Joseph H. Harper's Electricity 
book for boys. Z.iook i.i 

— Harper's Indoor book for boys. Z.7odg.i 

— Harper's Machinery book for boys. 

Z.50C 4.1 

— Harper's Outdoor book for boys. Z.7ob3.i 
Adams, O. F. Dear old story tellers. 

Z.3oa I.I 



taob I.I 
Adderley, James. Francis, the little poor 

man of Assist. Z.3ob if 3 

Addison, Daniel D. Lucy Larcom; life, 

letters and diary. Z.3ob il 3 

Adclborg, Ottilia. Clean Peter and the 

children of Grubbylea. Z. 130a 8.1 

Admiral's caravan. Carryl. ZTF^^C a 

Adrift on an ice-pan. Grenfell. Z.idc S.i 

Adventures. Adventures in field and forest. 

Z.F.3a I 

— Dole. The book of adventure. 

Z40C 31.3.8 

— Du Chaillu. Lost in the jungle. 

Z.iog 3.3 

— Fauous adventures and prison escapes. 

Z.aoe 5.a 

— Grenfeli. Adrift on an ice-pan. Z.ioc 8.1 

— Hale. Stories of adventure told by 
adventurers. Z.iob g.3 

— Heroic adventures. Z.iob a.i 

— Tafpan. Adventure and achievements. 

Z.40C7.S 

— Wright. Adventures among the red 
Indians. Z.iob 5.1 

Adventures in field and forest. Z.F.3ai 
Adventures of a brownie. Craik. Z.F.fic a 
Adventures of a Freshman. Williams. 

Z.F.14W I 
Adventures of Baron Munchausen. Rasfe. 
Z.F.6r I 
Adventures of Billy Topsail. Duncan. 

Z.F.37di 
Adventures of Buffalo Bill. Cody. Z.aog 33.1 
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Cleuens. 

Z.F.19C 3 



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AdventuTCB of Jimmy Brown. Aldbh. 

Z.PjSat 
Adventures of Joel Pepper. Lothbop. 

Z.P.15I 4 
Adventures of Odysseus. Mabvin. Z.4oh3D.i 
Adventures of Ofiver Twist. Dickens. 

Z.F.8d7 
Adventures of Tom Sawyer. Clemens. 

Z.F.19C 3 
Adventures of Ulysses. Laub. Z.^h4o.i 
Mae»s. Brooks. Story of the £neid. 

Z^h35.a 

— BuLFiHCH. Age of fable. Z.4ohS.i 

— Chubch. The ^neid for boys and girls. 

Z.40I11D4 

— Gaylky. Classic myths in English litera- 
ture. Z.4oh99.i 

— GuESBER. Myths of Greece and Rome. 

' Z.4oh 56.4 

Aeronautics. Baker. Boys' second book 

of inventions. Z.soas&s 

— Collins. Boys' book of model aero- 
planes. Z.5oa aa.i 

Second boys' book of model aero- 

£ lanes. Z.soa 33.3 

ELACOMBR. Boys' book of airships. 

Z.5oa 13.1 

— DouBLEDAV. Stories of inventors. [Santos- 

Dumont.l 2.5033.1 

— Ferris. How it flies. Z.SOR33.1 

— Hodgson. Mechanics, indoors and out. 

Z.socg.i 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.soa a6.i 

— SluuoNDS. All about airships. Z.joa 37.1 

— Verrill. Harper's Aircraft book. 

Z.50a 3f I 

Aesop. Fables; retold by Mary Godolphm. 

Z^oh 1.5 

— Fables. Translated by Joseph Jacobs. 

Z^ofa i.a 
Aflalo, Frederick. Our agreeable friends. 

Z.100I3.1 
Afloat and ashore. Cooper. Z.F.Sc6 

Afloat in the forest. Mayne Reid. Z.F.4ra 
Afloat with the flag. Henderson. Z.F.i3h i 
Africa. Badlau. Views in Africa. Z.iogia.i 

— Barnard. How other people live. 

Z.ioa 39.1 

— BicKNELL. How a little girl went to 
Africa. Z.iog 14.1 

— Carpenter. Africa. [Carpenter's Geo- 

iraphical reader.] Z.iog i.i 

HANCE. Little folks of many lands. 

Z.ioa33.i 

— Douglas. In Lionland. [Livingstone and 
Stanley.] Z.3ob 9I i 

— Dv Cbaillu. The country of the dwarfs. 

— — In African forest and jungle. Z.jog 3.6 

King Mombo. Z.iog a.S 

Lost in the jungle. Z.ioga.s 

— — My Apingi kingdom. Z.ioBa.7 
Wild life under the Equator. Z.iog a.5 

— FiNNEMORE. Morocco. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iog 6.1 

— FiTz PATRICK. Jock of the Busbveld. 
[Fiction.] Z.iog 3.1 

— GoLDiNG. Story of David Livingstone. 

Z.3ob 5I I 

— Gbbbly. Men of achievement: explorers. 
[Dn Chaillu. Stanley.] Z.3oaai,i 



Africa. (Conlintui.) 

^Heoin. From pole to pole. Z.ior38.i 

— Herbertson. Africa. Z.iog 4.1 

— Heroic lives. Stanley and Livingstone. 
Gordon and Lord Dundonald. Z.aoRSj.! 

— Jbhks. Boy's book of explorations. 
[Livingstone; Burton; Baker; Stanley.] 
Z.iob lo.i 

— KioD. South Africa. ^-^^ '■' 

— Knox. Boy travellers in the far East; 
Egypt and the Holy Land. Z.iog ir ~ 



- Boy travellers on the Conso. Z.iog ii.i 
— Manning. LandotthePharoahs. Z.iogis.! 
-Shaw. Big people and little people of 



other lands. [Pygmies; Bangala.] 

Z.ioa S4.1 

— Stanlby. How I found Livingstone. 

Z.iog 16.1 

— Starb. Strange peoples. [Pygmies. Bush- 
men. Hottentots.] Z.ioa ig.i 

— >Tarr and McMubry, Europe and other 
continents. Z.toa J3.1 

— Wade. Our little African cousin. 

Z.iog 10. 1 

— Walthau. Tangerine, a child's letters 
from Morocco. Z.iog 9.1 

Age of chivalry. Bulfinch. Z.4ob&4 

Age of Elizabeth. Creigbton. Z.ioka.i 
Age of fable. Bulfinch. Z.4oh8.i 

AgricuJtuie. See Gardening. 
Aguilar, Grace. The days of Bruce. 

Z.F.34a I 

Aikin, John, and others. Eyes and no eyes. 

Z.F^ I 

Airships. See Aei 



Altska. Carpenter. North America. 

Z.aop i&t 

— Carboll. Around the world. Vol. 2. 



The continents and their 

geople. North America. Z.sop.sj.i 

abland. The long trail. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ig I 

— George. Little journeys to Alaska and 
Canada. Z.aopj.! 

— Herbertson. North America. Z.aop 38.1 

— Jordan. Matka and Kotik; a tale of the 
Mist Islands. [Fiction. Seal life.] 

Z.iool.a5.i 

— Kino. The land we live in. Rocky 
Mountains and Pacific slope. Z.ioa 39.1.5 

— MuNROE. Fur-seal's tooth. [Fiction. 
Alaska] Z,P.94m93 

Snow-shoes and sledges. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.34ra 31 

— OuB Country: West. [Alaska.] Z.aop 39.1 

— RouLET. Our little Alaskan cousin. 

Z.10C S.I 

— Smith. Our own country. Z.30p6.I 

— Strance peoples. [EsquimauxJ 

Z.ioa 19. 1 
^ Strange lands near home. [Alaska.] 

Z.10I 7.1 

— Tboupson. Gold-seeking on the Dalton 
trail. [jFiction.] Z.F-St i 

— Wade. Little folks of North America. 

Z.aop 14.1 

— Wide World, The. [Alaskan Esquimaux.] 

Z.ioa 14.1 



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Alcot^ Louisa M. Aunt Jo's scrap bag. 

Z.Fm 15 

— Comic tragedies. Z.F.sai 

— The dolls' journey. Z.F.jaa 

— Eight cousins. Z.F.saa 

— A garland tor girls. Z.F.5a4 

— Jack and Jill: a village story. Z.Fja6 

— Jo's boys, and how they turned out. A 
sequel to Little men. Z.F.sas 

— Little men. Z.F.sa? 

— Little women. Z.F.jaS 

— Lulu's library. 3 v. [Short stories] 

Z.F.5a 16 

— An old-fashioned girl. Z.F.sa 10 
-Proverb stories. Z.F.sa 11 

— Rose in bloom. A sequel to Eight 
cousins. Z.F.sa 14 

— Silver pitchers. Z.F.5a la 

— Spinning-wheel stories. Z.F.ja 13 

— Under the lilacs. Z.F.sa 9 
Alcott, Louisa M. Bolton. Lives of girls 

who became famous. Z,30a3.i3 

— Chenev. Louisa May Alcott; her life, 
letters and journals. Z.job la 4 

— Moses. Louisa May Alcott. Z.3ob la 3 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
literature. Vol. 2. Z.aoaSy.i 

Alden, Raymond M. Why the chimes rang. 

Z.F.i8a I 

Alden, W. L. The adventures of Jimmy 

Brown. Z.F.6a i 

— The cruise of the Canoe Club. Z.F.6a4 

— The moral pirates. Z.F.6a3 
Alderman, Edwin A. Classics old and new. 

5 V. Z.i30cs.a 

Aldine readers. Spaulding and Bryce. 

Z.I 30c 36.1 
Aldricfa, T. B. The story of a bad boy. 

Z.F.isa I 

Aldiich, T. B., editor. Famous poems. 

[Young folks' library.] Z.40C 21.3.30 

Alirich, T. B. Bolton. Famous American 

authors. Z.30a 3.1 

— RiDBiNG. Boyhood of famous authors. 

Z.3oa 61. 1 

^Wright. Children's stories in American 

literature. Vol. i. Z.3oa67.i 

Alexander, Francesca. The hidden servants 

and other very old stories. Z.4ae i.i 

Alexander, Georgia. Child classics, the 

first reader. Z.130C36.1 

^ Child classics, the second reader. 

Z.130C 96.9 

— Child classics, the third reader. 

Z.i^oc 36.3 

Alexander the Great. Abbott. Histories 

of Cyrus the Great and Alexander the 

Great. Z.3ob4Ci 

— Fabmeb. Boys' book of famous rulers. 

Z.3oa 17,1 

— Haaiien and Pound. Famous men of 
Greece. Z.ish 5.6 

— -HAI.E. Boys' heroes. Z.3oa8i.i 

^Harper. Leaders of men. Z.4oc3i.3.ig 

— MoBBis. Historical tales: Greece. 

Z.ish s.ia 

— Plutarch. Boys' and girls' Plutarch. 

Z.3oa 69.3 

The children's Plutarch. Vol. i. 

Z.3oa694 

— — Our young folks' Plutarch. Z.3oa6Q,a 



Alired the Great AsBon. History of 
King Alfred of England. Z^bsaa 

— Bevan. Stories from British history. 

Z.iok 38.1 

— pABMBit. Boys' book of famous rulers. 

Z.3oa 1 7.1 

— Haaben and Poland. Famous men of the 
Middle Ages. Z.isa&i 

— Harper. Leaders of men. Z40C 31.3,19 

— Hughes. Alfred the Great. Z.sobsai 
— -Mabie. Heroes every child should know. 

Z.40ha&4 

— Morris. Historical tales: English. 

Z.iok 38.1 

— Stokies from English history. Z.iok sai 

— Tappah. In the days of Alfred the Great. 

f Fiction.] Z.F.3t3 

-Warren. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok ao.1 

Wright. Children's stories in English 



Vol. 1 



Z^oa 75.1.1 

Z.30g 1 9.1 



Algonquin Indian tales. Young. Z.aogig.! 
Albambra. Irving. Z.ioh 8.4 

AU Baba; or, the forty thieves. [A play.] 
Whinyates. Z40d 35.1 

Alice in Wonderland. [Play.] Harrison. 

z^odse.! 

Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Dodg- 

SON. Z.F.i5d I 

Alice's visit to the Hawaiian Islands. Krout. 

Z.iod I3.I 

All about airships: a book for boys. SiM- 

uoNDS. Z.soa 37.1 

All about ships. DoRUNa Z.5oa3i.i 

All around Asia. Kedway. Z.iofi.i6 

All sorts of stories book. Lang. Z.ijaii.a 
All the year round. Strong, Z.ioos 16.1 
Allent Alice E. Children of the palm lands. 
Z.iod 1.1 
Allen, Nellie B. Industrial studies. United 

States. Z.30p i.i 

Allen, T. G., and W. L. Sachtleben. Across 

Asia on a bicycle. Z.iof 1.33 

Allen, Willis Boyd. Cleared for action. 

Z.F.7a a 

— The Gold-hunters of Alaska. Z.P.7a 4 

— Navy Blue. Z.F.Tai 

— The North Pacific. Z.P.7aa 

— Under the Pine-Tree Flag. Z.F.7a3 

A itory of the American Navy in 1776. 

Alley cat's kitten. Fuller. Z.F.iSf i 

Allingbain, William. The ballad book. 

Z JOB 47.1 

Almost true tales. Z.F.3ia I 

Along four-footed trails. CooE. Z.tool 14.1 

Altsheler, Joseph A. The quest of the four. 

Z.F.8a4 

— The riflemen of the Ohio. Z.F.8a3 

— The Texan star. Z.F.Sas 

— The young trailers. Z.¥Saa 
Amadis of Gaul. A knight errant and his 

doughty deeds. Z^h 138.1 

Ambrosi, Marietta. Italian child lite. 

Z.3ob ^ I 

America. Discovery and Exploration. 

Abbott. Adventures of the Chevalier de 

La Salle and his companions. Z,3ob iil i 

— Baldwin. The discovery of the old 
Northwest. Z.3ob4.i 

^ Bolton. Famous voyagers and explorers. 
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America. Discovery. (Coniim$td.} 

— Cathebwood. Heroes of the Middle West: 
the French. Z.aomfi.a 

— Dickson. From the Old World to the 
New. Z.aob aa^ 

— FiSKB. The discovery of America. 

Z job 3I.I 

— Fbost. Half-hours with the early ex- 
plorers. Z.iobs.i 

— GiLU AN. Discovery and exploration of 
America. Z.aob ag.i 

— — Tales of the pathfinders. Z.aobag.s 

— GoftDY. Stories of American explorers. 

Z.aoa 14. 1 

— Gbiffis. Romance of discovery. Z.iobS.i 

— Hakluyt. The boy's Hakluyt, Z.aob 3.1 

— Hale. Stories of discovery told by dis- 
coverers. Z.iob 9.3 

— HiGGiNsoN. Young folks' book of Ameri- 
can explorers. Z.aob 37.1 

— Johnson. The world's discoverers. 

Z.iob 6.1 

— Lawler. The story of Columbus and 
Magellan. Z.job 13.1 

— Lucia. Stories of American discoverers. 

Z.aob 33-1 

— Luuuis. The Spanish pioneers. 

Z.3ob I3.I 

— Parkuan. The boy's Parkman. Z.aob ao.8 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13.1 

— WiNTEEBURN. The Spanish in the South- 
west. Z.aob ii.t 

America, North. 

S« b1» Aluka; Canada; Uexico; United Suta. 

— Cabpentek. North America. Z.aop 18.1 

— Brigham. Geographic influences in 
American history. Z.aop la.i 

— Cbamberuiin. North America. Z.aop 35.1 
— -CoE. Our American neighbors. Z.aop 35.1 

— Heksebtson. North America. Z.aop 36lI 

— King. This continent of ours. Z.ioaaa.i.a 

— Monroe and Buckbee. Our country and 
its people. Z.aop 34,1 

— SaALER. The story of our continent. 

Z.I 00c 7.1 

— Tars and McMurby. North America. 

— Wade. Little folks of North America. 

Z.aop 14.1 
America, South and Central. Allen. Chil- 
dren of the palm lands. [Brazil.] 

Z.iod i.i 

—-Brooks. Francisco, our little Argentine 

cousin. Z.iol 3.1 

— By LAND and sea. [Lima; Venezuela; 
Brazil.] Z.ioa i.i 

— Cabpentes. South America. Z.iol 4.1 

— Chamberlain. North America. [The 
Central American Republics.] Z.aop 35.1 

— CoE. Our American neighbors. Z.aop 35.1 

— George. A little journey to Mexico and 
Central America. Z.iol 5.4 

..— Hall and Chester. Panama and the 
canal. Z.iol 17,1 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. Z.toa38.i 

Z.iol i^t 

— Henderson. Afloat with the flag. [Fic- 
tion. Brazilian Rebellion, 1893.I 

Z.F.i3h I 



America. South and Centnd. (Ctminmei.) 

-~ HsNTY. With Cochrane the dauntless in 

South American waters. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.isb46 

— Hebbektson. Central & South America 
with the West Indies. Z.iol 3.1 

— Janvier. Aztec treasure-house. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.18J I 

^Knox. Boy travellers in South America. 

— Uabkwick and Smith. South American 
republics. Z.16I 19. i 

— PiKB. Vasco, our little Panama cousin. 

Z.iol 3I.I 

^Reid. Afloat in the forest [Fiction. 
Forests of the Amazon.] Z.F.4rs 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of 
other lands. [Patagonia.] Z.iaa34.i 

— Stake. Strange peoples. [South Ameri- 
can peoples.] Z.toa 19.1 

— Towle. Pizarro. Z.3ob sp t 

— Wbtuore. Fighting under the Southern 
Cross, [Fiction.] Z.F.fiw I 

— Wide world, The. [South American 
games.] Z.ioa 14.1 

America's story for America's children. 

Pbatt. Z.3ob ai.3 

American authors for young folks. Hauus. 

Z.3oa 33.1 

American boy's handy book. Beakd. 

Z.7oa 1.3 
American citizen. Dole. Z.aok 14.1 

American book of goMen deeds. Baldwin. 



Americaa Colonies. 



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— Austin. Betty Alden, the first born 

daughters of the Pilgrims. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.1IHI 3 

Standish of Standish; a story of the 

Pilgrims. [Fiction.] Z.F.I^I 

— Barr. Bow of orange ribbon. [Fiction. 
New York. 1760.] Z.F.6b3 

Trinity bells; a tale of old New York. 

Z.F.& I 
Barstow. Colonists and the Revolution. 



Z.soa 45.2 

ion.] New 

Amsterdam and Maryland. Z.F.i3b I 



-Bennett. Barnaby Lee. [Fiction.] 



BsooKS. Century book of the American 
colonies. Z.30C3.3 
In Leisler's times. [Fiction. Knicker- 
bocker New York.] Z.F.iab i 

— Burton. The story of the Indians of 
New England. Z.aos33.i 

— Buttebworth. The treasure ship. [Fic- 
tion. Sir William Phipps.] Z.F.38b I 

— Canavan. Ben Comee; a tale of Roger's 
rangers. Z.F.3C i 

— Coffin. Old times in the colonies. 

Z.3ob 3.1 

— Colonial stories from St. Nicholas. 

Z.3ob 5.1 

— Dix. Soldier Rigdale. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.iid 1 

— Drake. The making of New England. 
IS80-1643. Z.3om 3.3 

— - — The making of the great West. 1513- 
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American Colonics. (ConHmud.) 

The making of the Ohio Valley State?. 

1660-1837. Z.3om4.4 
The making of Virginia and the middle 

colonies. 15^1701. 2.301115.4 

— — On Plymouth rock. Z.aoma.a 

— Earle. Child life in colonial days, 

Z.aob a5.i 

— Eggleston. a little history of colonial 
life. Z.aob 7.9 

Our first century. Z.3ob7.i 

— Fassett. Colonial life in New Hamp- 
shire. Z.aom 3.7 

— GiLHAN. The colonization of America. 

Z.aob 39.3 

— GoBDY. Colonial days; a historical 
reader. Z.aob 9.1 

— GuEKBEX. The story of the thirteen 
colonies. Z.aob 98. t 

— Hall. The boys of Scrooby. [Fiction. 
Pilgrims.] Z.F.ih 3 

— Hart and Hazard. Colonial children. 

Z.30b 10.1 

— Hawthorne. Grandfather's chair. 

Z.aoa 30.2 

— Hazard and Ddttoit. Indians and pio- 
neers. Z.aog 14. 1 

— HuHPSRxr. How New England was 
made. Z.aom 3.8 

— McMuRRr. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 15.1 

— MowRY. American pioneers. Z.3oa 58.1 

— Plympton. Wanolasset. [Fiction. King 
Philip's war.] Z.F.4PI 

— Pratt. America's story for America's 
children. Vol. 3. Z.aob 31.3 

— — Stories of colonial children. Z.aob ai.i 

— Price. Lads and lassies of other days. 

Z.aob 14.1 

— RoBiHsoN. A little daughter of liberty. 
[Fiction,] Z.F.i6r4 

— Sage. Little colonial dame. [Fiction. 
Manhattan Island.] Z.F.4B i 

— SouTBWORTH. Builders of our country. 
3 V. Z.aobi6.i 

-Stone and Fickett. Everyday life in the 
colonies. - Z.aob 18.1 

— TiPPAHY. Pilgrims and Puritans. 

Z.aob ig.i 

— WiLKiNs. The green door. [Fiction. 
Colonial life.] Z.P.iaw 4 

American football. Caup. Z.7obs.i 

American girl's handy book. Beard. 

Z.7oa 3.5 
American girl's home book. Caupbell. 

Z.7ad 8.1 
American hero stories. Tapfan. Z.aoa 34.1 
American heroes and heroines. Bouvl 

Z.soa 4-1 
American heroes and heroism. Mowry. 

Z.-oai5.r 

American history in literature. Lane and 

Hill. Z.aoa 38.1 

American inventions and inventors. Mowry, 

Z.soa ao.i 

American leaders and heroes. Gordy. 

Z.aoa 14.5 

American pioneers. Mowby. Z.3oas8.i 

Amlda, Edmondo de. Cuoee. [Fiction. 

Italian school'boy's journal.] Z.F.i4a a 

Among the camps. Page, Z.F.z8p 5 



Among the lakes. Stoddard. Z.F.33S16 
Amongst machines. Lukih, Z.50C 6.5 

Amusetnents. See Gaines. 
Ancient Egypt. Batkie Z.iogi(>.i 

Andersen, Hans Christian, Fairy talcs. 
Translated by Mrs. E. Lucas. Z.4oh9.3 

— Fairy tales, ist, 2nd series. Edited by 
J. H. Stickney. Z.4oha.3 

— Fairy tales. Translated by Mrs. H. P, 
Paull. Z.4oh 3.8 

— Stories and tales. Z.4oh3,7 

— The story of my life. Z^obaaa 

— Wonder stories. Z.4Dhs.fi 
Andersen, Hans Christian. Adams. Dear 

old story-tellers. Z.30at.I 

— Harboe. A child's story of Hans Chris- 
tian Andersen. Z^ob 3a i 

— Thouson. Denmark. Z.ioha.7 
Andri, John. Lossing. Two spies. 

Z.aociaa 

Andrews, E. B. History of the United 

States. Z.3oai.i 

Andrews, Jane. Each and all. Z.F.ga i 

— Geographical plays. Z.4oa 9.1 

— The seven little sisters. Z.F.ga 3 

— Stories Mother Nature told. Z.iooag.3 

— The stories of my four friends. Z.ioosg.4 

— Ten boys who lived on the road from long 
ago to now. Z.F.ga 3 

Andrews, Mary R. S. The perfect tribute. 
Z.3ob 3I la 
Angus, D. C, Eastern wonderland; or, 
pictures of Japanese life, Z.iofs.i 

Animal secrets told. Bbearley. Z.iool 5,1 
Animal sketches. Morgan. Z.iool 37.1 

Animal story book. Lang. Z.iool 30.3 

Animal story book. Seton. Z.40C 31.3.6 

Animals. 

See »ito Binb ; Iiuecli ; Natnre. 

— Aflalo. Our agreeable friends. Z.iool 3.1 

— Atkinson. Grey friars Bobby. Z.F.asa I 
^ Baker, Wild beasts and their ways. 

Z.100I 10.1 

— Beard. Dan Beard's animal book and 
camp-fire stories. Z,iooBa,i 

— BiLLiKCHURST. A hundred anecdotes of 
animals, with pictures. Z.iool ao.i 

— Bostock. The training of wild animals. 

Z.iool 40.1 

— Brearlby. Animal secrets told. Z.iool 5.1 

— Brown, A, F, The book of saints and 
friendly beasts. 2.30379.1 

— Brown, J. Eab and his friends. [A dog 
story,] Z.F.43bi 

— Burgess. Old Mother West Wind. 
[Fiction.] Z.F.sob i 

— Burroughs. Squirrels and other fur- 
bearers, Z.iooIS.! 

— Caldwell, Wolf the storm leader. 

[Fiction,] Z.F.aoc i 

— Carter, About animals, Z.iool 47.1 

Bear stories, Z.iool 47.3 

Cat stories. Z.100I47.3 

— Cochrane, Four hundred animal stones. 

Z.iool 1 3.1 

— Cook, Along four-fooled trails, 

Z.iool 14. 1 

— Cornish, Animals at work and play. 

— Cram. Little beasts of field and wood. 

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Aaiauls. (Cmtmutd.) 

— Darton. a wonder book of beasts. [Folk- 
lore tales about animals.) Z.4oh ii.a 

— Dole. Crib and Fly. [FictionJ 

Z.130C 4-1 

— Easthan. Red hunters and the animal 
people. Z.F.iae i 

— Eddy. Friends and helpers, Z.iool 17.1 

— Feather!!, furs and fins ; or, stories of 
animal life for children. Z.iool 31.1 

— Ferryman. The life story of a tiger. 

Z.iool 6.1 

— Ford. Horses nine. [Fiction.] Z.F.igfi 

— FoHTESCUE. The story of a red deer. 
[Fiction.] Z.iool 53.1 

— Feaseb. The Sa'-Zada tales. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i4fi 

— French. The reform of Shaun. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.iBfa 
^ Gould. Mother Nature's children. 

Z.iDOB 1 3- 1 

— Hamerton. Chapters on animals: dogs, 
cats and horses. Z.iool 15.1 

— Holder. The ivory kinEr. Z.iool 30.1 

— Hunt. The cat. [Fiction.] Z.F.sih i 

— Ingersoll. Country cousins. Z.ioolifi.i 

Friends worth knowing. Z.iool 16.3 

^JoHONNOT. Neighbors with claws and 

hoofs, and their kin. Z.iool 34.1 

— JORDAK. Matka and Kotik. [Story of 
seal life.] Z.iool 35.1 

True tales of birds and beasts. 

Z.iool a3.i 

— Jordan, editor. A book of natural history. 

Z.40C at.3.t4 

— Kenniston. Prince Rudolfs quest. [A 
story of kindness to animals] Z.F.i7k i 

— Kipling, J. L. Beast and man in India. 

Z.iool 4 1. 1 

— Kipling, R. Jungle book, [Fiction,] 

Z.F.i9k I 

Second jungle book. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.iak9 

— Lang, editor. The animal story book. 

Z.iool 30.3 
Red book of animal stories. Z.tool 30.1 

— Life of a bear. Z.iool 39.1 

— Life of an elephant. Z.iool 33.3 

— LoNa Beasts of the field. Z.ioosfi.i 
— — A little brother to the bear, and other 

animal stories. Z.iooa6.4 

School of the woods. Z.100S6.5 

Wood folk at school. Z.ioos6.6 

— Major. Bears of Blue River. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.8ini 

— Miller. Four-handed folk. Z.iool 36.1 
— — Little folks in feathers and furs. 

Z.tool 36.3 

— Mitton. The dog, [Fiction,] Z.P.aSm i 

— Mix, Mighty animals. Z.ioods.i 

— MoNTEiTH. Familiar animals and their 
wild kindred, Z.iool ag.a 

— MoNTEiTH and MONTEITH. Some useful 
animals and what they do for us. 

Z.tool 39. [ 

— Morgan. Animal sketches, Z.iool 37.1 
-Porter. Wild beasts. Z.iool 43.1 

— Rice. Animals. Z.iool 33.1 

— Richards. Four feet, two feet, and no 
feet Z.iool 36.1 

— Roberts. Red Fox. [Fiction.] Z.100I38.1 



Animals. (Continued.) 

— Rogers. Wild animals every child should 
' know. Z.tool 37.1 

— Saunders. Beautiful Joe. [Stoir of a 
dog.] Z.F.5B 1 

Pussy Black-Face. Z.F.5S3 

— Schwartz. Wilderness babies. Z.iool 54.1 

— Sbton. The biography of a grizzly. 

Z,iooI 53.5 

— — Lives of the hunted. Z.iool 53.S 

Lobo, Rag and Vixen. Z.iool 53.3 

Monarch, the big bear of Tallac. [Fic- 
tion.] — Z.i0M5a.4 

Wild animals I have known. Z.iool 53.7 

— Seion, editor. Animal story book. 

Z.4OC 31.3.6 

— Sewell. Black Beauty. [Story of a 
horse.] Z.F.a6i i 

— SuiTH. The world of animal life. 

Z.ioal S0.1 

— Talks about animals. [Companion series.] 

Z.iool ^i.i 

— White, editor. The boys' and girls' Pliny. 

Z.iool 33.1 

— Wright. Ben, the black bear, Z.iool ig.i 
Animals, Care of. Johnson, When mother 

lets us keep pets. Z.iool 7.1 

— Miller. Our home pets. Z.iool 36.9 
Anne of Avonlea. Montgomery. Z.F.igra 3 
Anne of Geierstein. Scorr. Z.F.gs a 
Anne of Green Gables, Montgomery. 

Z.F.igm I 
Anne's terrible good-nature. Lucas. 

Z.F.<7l I 
Another book of verses for children. Lucas. 

Z.4oe33.i 
Another Brownie book. Cox, Z.iaoaa.y 
Another flock of girls. Perry. Z.F.top 3 
Antlcjuary. Scott. Z.P.gs 3 

Antome of Oregon. Kaleil Z.aob 34.10 

Ants and their ways. White, Z.ioom 13.1 
Apples, ripe and rosy, sir. Crowley. 

Z.F.a5c I 
April baby's book of tunes. Arnim. 

Z.i3obS.i 

Aquariums. Adams. Harper's outdoor book. 

Z.7ob 3.1 

— Beard. American boys' handy book. 

Z.7oa 1.3 

Field and forest handy book. 

Z.7ob 1.3 

— Campbeli. American girl's home book of 
work and play. Z.7od8.i 

— Duncan. The seashore, Z.ioon 13.1 

— Games book for boys and girls. Z.7odii.i 

— Johnson, When mother lets us keep pets. 

Z.iool 7.1 

— Kelley. Three hundred things a bright 

firl can do. Z.5ob7.i 

AHUBL. The amateur aquarist. 

Z.ioan 6.1 

Arabella and Araminta stories. G. Smith. 

Z.F.18B a 

Arabia. Carpenter. Asia, Z.iof i.ai 

— Chance. Little folks of many lands. 

Z.ioa 33.1 

— French. The lance of Kanana. [Fiction.! 

Z.F.4f t 

— Mansfield. Our little Arabian cousin. 

Z.iof 1.5 

— Smith. Life in Asia. Z.iof i.B 



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Arabia. (CoiUtnued.) 

— Stash. Strange peoples. Z.iooaig.! 

— ZwBUEX. Topsy-turvy land. Z.iof 1.7 
Arabian nights' entertainments. Selected 

and edited by E. E. Hale. Z.P.iiaa 

Arabian nights' entertainments. Edited by 

Andrew Lang, Z.F.iiai 

Arbor Dxy. Baldwin. Harper's School 

speaker. Vol. i. Z.4ob5.i.i 

— ScHAUFrLER. Arbor Day: its history 
observance, spirit and significance. 

Z4ob4.3 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. Z^ob 13.1 
Archer, Ettie A. Needlecraft. [Library of 

work and play.] Z.sofS.! 

Architects of fate. Makden. Z.Soas-t 

Arctic and Antarctic Regions. Bull. 

Fridtjof Nansen. Z.^b in i 

— Du CsAiLLU. Land of the long night. 

Z.ioh 4.14 

^Gkbbly. Men of achievement: explorers. 

Z.3oa 3I.I 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. Z.ioa 38.1 

— Hayes. Cast away in the cold. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.34h I 

^HoRTON. The frozen north. Z.ioca.1 

^ Kellogg. Australia and the islands of the 

sea. [Greenland; Iceland.] Z.todi^.i 

— FAt;KAii>. The young ice-whalers. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.sp I 

— Peary. Children of the Arctic. Z.ioc 4.4 

The snow baby. Z.10C4.1 

Snowland folk. Z.10C4.3 

— Scandlin Hans, the Eskimo. Z.ioc6.i 

— Sbaw. Big people and little people of 
other lands, [Lapland; Greenland.] 

Z.roa 94.1 

— ScHWATKA, Children of the cold. 

Z.ioc7.a 
^ SiiiTH. Eskimo stories. Z.130C 31. i 

— Stasr. Strange peoples. [Esquimaux; 
Finns; Lapps.] Z.ioai9.i 

Ariosio. Calthkop. Paladin and Saracen. 
Stories from Ariosto. Z.4oh gC.i 

Ark of Elm Island. Kellogg. Z.F.4k9 

Arkansaw bear. Paine. Z.P.tp i 

Army boys and girls. Bokestbel. Z.F.syb i 

Ainiin, Mary A. B., Griifin von. The April 
baby's book of tunes. Z.i3ob8.i 

Araold, Emma J. Stories of ancient peoples. 
Z.ish I.I 

Araold, Sarah L., and C. B. Gilbert. Step- 
ping stones to literature. Vols. 1, 2, 3. 
Z.130C 7.1 

Around the world in the sloop Spray. 
Slocuu. Z.iob 14.1 

Arotind the world in the yacht "Sunbeam." 
Brassev. -- Z.iob la.i 

Anin, our little Armenian cousin. Wade. 
Z.iob 5.5 

Art and Artists. Bacon. Pictures that 
every child should know. Z.iaoa a.i 

— Bolton. Famous European artists. 

Z.3oa 3.15 

— Capfin. a child's guide to pictures. 

Z.iaoft 3.1 

— Clehent. An outline history of architec- 
ture. Z.iaoaG.t 

An outline history of painting. 



Art and Artiata. (Con&wtd.) 

An outline history of sculpture. 

Z.iaoa 6.3 

— Conway. The children's book of art. 

— Cox. The fine arts. [Vocations.] 

Z.40C aa.i.io 

— Emery. How to enjoy pictures. 

Z.i3oa 7.1 

— HoRNE and Scobey. Stories of great 
artists. Z.iaoas.i 

^Kevsok. Great artists. 5 v. Z.iaoaii.i 

Art crafts for beginners. Sanpord. Z.sobia.!, 

Art-literature readers. 4 v. Grover and 

CHirrTER. Z.130C 15,5 

Artbur, King. Brooks. The story of King 

Arthur and the Knights of the Table 

Round. Z.4oh 35.1 

— Bulpihch. Age of chivalry. Z.4oh8,4 

— Chdrch. Heroes of chivalry and ro- 
mance. Z.4oh 10,11 

— Fabbington. Tales of King Arthur. 

Z.4oh 14.1 

— Frost. The court of King Arthur. 

Z.4oh90.T 

The knights of the Round Table. 

Z^oh 90.3 

— Gilbert. King Arthur's knights. 

Z^oh 107. t 

— Grebhe. Legends of King Arthur and his 
court. Z.doh I3.I 

— Guerber. Legends of the Middle Ages. 

Z,40li 56.3 

— Knowles. Legends of King Arthur and 
his knights. Z.4oh 37.6 

— Lang. Tales of the Round Table. 

Z.4oh 13.1 

— Lang, editor. Book of romance. Z.F4I a 

— Lanier, editor. Knightly legends of Wales. 

Z.4oh38.i 

— Macleod. The book of King Arthur and 
his noble knights. Z.4oh 37.1 

— Maitlakp. Heroes of chivalry. 

Z^oh 116.1 

— Malory. The boy's King Arthur. Edited 
by Sidney Lanier. Z.4oh37,4 

— — King Arthur stories from Malory. 
Edited by Stevens and Allen. Z.4ah37.3 

Malory's King Arthur and his knights. 

Edited by Lathrop. Z.4oh 37,5 

— pYLE. The story of King Arthur and his 
knights. Z.4oh34.4 

The story of Sir Launcelot and his 

companions. Z^oh 3A.3 

The story of the champions of trie 

Round Table. Z.4oh^i 

The story of the Grail and the passing 

of Arthur. Z.4oh 34,5 

— Sterling. The story of Sir Galahad. 

Z.4oh 37.3 
"As gold in the fnrnace." Copus. Z.F.30C3 
As the goose flies. K. Pyle. Z.F.i6p6 

As you like it. Shakespeare. Z.40C14.7 
Aabiffmsen, P. C. Fairy tales from the far 
North. Z^oh $.1 

— Tales from the Fjeld. Z.F.ioai 
Aser, the shepherd. Taggart. Z.F.it 7 
ABgard stories. Foster. Z.4ob 33.1 
Asia. Allen. Children of the palm lands. 

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AsiM. (CoHtaiutd.) Athletics. (Continued.) 

— Alleit and Sachtlbbbn. Across Asia on — Caup. American football. Z.7ob 5.1 
a bicycle. Z.iofi.33 Jack Hall at Yale. [Fiction.] Z.F.aca 

^Bbooks. The story of Marco Polo. — — Old Ryerson. IFiction.] Z.P.3C3 

Z.30b 4p I The substitute. [Fiction.] Z.F.ac 1 

— Carpentbr. Asia. Z.tof i.ai — Camp and Dbland. Football. Z.yobs.a 

— Chubcb. Stories of the East from — Champlin. The young folks' cyclo- 
Herodotus. Z.ish 1.15 psdia of frames and sports. Z.7oa 4.1 

Story of the Persian War. Z.ishs.i? — Claudy. The battle of baseball. 

— Gibson. In eastern wonderland. Z.iofi.3 Z.7ab3o.i 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. Z.ioa 38.1 — Dudley. Great year. [Fiction.] 

— Hbsbebtson. Asia. Z.iofi.6 Z.F.26d4 
^Jenks, Boy's book of explorations. In the line. [Fiction.] Z.F.36da 

Z.iobio.T Making the nine. [Fiction.] Z.F.aCd i 

— Knox. Boy travellers in the far East: With mask and mitt. [Fiction.] 

Siam and Java. Z.iofi.35 Z.F.a6d3 

— Miller. Little people of Asia. Z.iofi.13 — — The Yale cup. [Fiction.] Z.P.36ds 
^Rbdwav. All around Asia. Z.iof 1.16 —Earl. Captain of the school team. [Pic- 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of tion.] Z.P.ies 
other lands. [Arabia; Korea.] Z.ioaa4.i — — On the school team. [Fiction.] 

— Smith. Life in Asia. Z.toftJ Z.P.iei 

— Toward the rising sun. Sketches of life — — The school team in camp. [Fiction,] 
in Eastern lands. [Siam; Korea; Bor- Z.F.iea 
neo.] Z.iofi^ The school team on the diamond. 

— ToWLE. Marco Polo, his travels and ad- [Fiction.] Z.F.ie4 
ventures. Z.3obipi —Finn. That football game. [Fiction.] 

— ZwBUBR. Topsy-turvy Land. Arabia Z.F.iaffi 
pictured for children. ' Z.iof 1.7 — French. The junior cup. [FictionJ 

Aspects of the earth. Shalbr. Z.iooc 7.3 Z.Plisf i 

Aspinwall, Alicia. Can you believe me — Hughes. Lakerim athletic club. [Fiction.] 
stories. Z.F.iaa a Z.F.34h a 

"' ■ ■ ■ ' -^ - • Z.F.r2ai — Knipe. The last lap. [Fiction.] Z,F.7k i 

Z.ioobi.i — Lee. Track athletics in detail. Z. 70b 15.1 

Z.ioob4.i — Lewis. Every hoy's book of sport and 
the children. pastime. Z.7oa5.i 

Z.ioob7.i ~ On track and diamond. [Fiction.] Z.P.8n I 

— HoLDEN. Stories of the great astrono- — Paine. The fugitive Freshman. [Fic- 
mers. Z.iooba.i tion.] Z.F.6p3 

— Martin. The friendly stars. Z.ioobj.s The head coach. [Fiction.] Z.F.Cp t 

— MiTTON. The children's book of stars. —Pier. Boys of St. Timothy's. [Fiction.] 

Z.ioob6.i Z.F.I7PI 

— Rogers. Earth and sky every child should Harding of St. Timothy's. [Fiction.] 

know. Z.IOOC 8.1 Z.P.iTpa 

At Aboukir and Acre. Henty. Z.F.ijh 45 The jester of St. Timothy's. [Fiction.] 

At A gin court. Henty. Z.F.i5h33 Z.F.i7p4 

At Seneca Castle. Canfibld. Z.F.36c3 The new boy. [Fiction.] Z.P.17P3 

At the back of the North Wind. Macdonald. — Quirk. Freshman Do rn, pitcher. JRc- 
Z.F.iam 3 tion.] Z.F.3q i 

At the siege of Quebec. Kaler. Z.F.ikS Atkinson, Eleanor. Greyfriars Bobby. 
At war with Pontiac, Munboe. Z.P.34m i Z.F.asa i 

Athletics. Barbour. Captain of the crew. Atkinson, G. F. First studies of plant life. 
[Fiction.] Z.P.5b a Z.ioot a.i 

Crimson sweater. [Fiction.] Z.P.jbS Aulnoy, Marie C. J. Fairy tales. Z.P.aaai 

Double play. [Fiction.] Z.F.sb 5 Airat Charlotte's stories of Roman history. 

For the honor of the school. [Fiction.] Yonge. Z.idi6.i3 

Z.F.5b 14 Aunt Jo'b scrap-bag. Alcott. Z.F.sa 15 
For Yardley. [Fiction.] Z.F.sb 15 Aunt Louisa's book of fairy tales. Valen- 

— — Forward Pass. [Fiction.] Z.F.sb 4 tine. Z.isoaa&i 
Four in camp. [Fiction.] Z.F.sb 7 Aunt Martha's corner cupboard. Kirby. 

— — The half-back. A story of school, Z.soa ii.i 
football and golf. Z.F.sb 3 Austen, Jane. Pride and prejudice. Z.F.i6a i 

Kingsford, quarter. [Fiction.] Z.Fjb 12 Austin, Jane G. Betty Alden, the first bom 

On your markl [Fiction.] Z.F-sh 6 daughter of the Pilgrims. Z.P.i^ks 

Spirit of the school. [Fiction.]^ — Standish of Standish. A story of the 

Z.F.5b to Pilgrims. Z.F.iga i 
Weatherby's inning. [FictionJ Austin, Mary. The basket woman. Z.30g 1.3 

Z.P.sbii Australasia. Abbott. South seas. (Peeps 
Winning his "Y." [Fiction.] Z.F.sb 13 at many lands.] Z.iod3,i 

— Beard. The outdoor handy book. — Babnarb How other people live. 

Z.7ob 1.5 Z.ioa 39.1 

— Bkooks. The boys of Fairport. [Fie- — Brassey, Annie, tody Around the world 
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Australasia. (Continued.) 

— Carfenteb. Australia, our colonies and 
other islands of the sea.. Z.iod4.i 

— Fox. Australia. [Peeps at many lands.] 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. Z.ioasS.! 

— Henty. Maori and settler. [Fiction. 
New Zealand War.] Z.F.ish 33 

— Herbertson. Australia and Oceanica. 

Z.iod 3.1 

— Kellogg. Australia and the islands of 
the sea. Z.iod 15.1 

— RouLET. Our little Australian cousin. 

Z.iod ao.i 

— Tregarthen. The story of Australasia. 

Z.iod ifi.1 

— Vaile. New Zealand. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iod 6.1 

— WiLi^UGHBV. Australian pictures. 

Z.iod i&i 
Austria-Hangary. Carpenter. Europe. 

Z.iofa i.g 

— CoE. Modern Europe. Z.iob 1.9 

— Koch. Little journeys to Russia and 
Austria-Hungary. Z.ioh4.9 

Authors. Adams. Dear old story tellers. 
Z.3oa I.I 

— Bolton. Famous American authors. 

Z.30a 3-1 
Famous English authors of the nine- 
teenth century. 2.3033.5 

— Harris, American authors for young 
people. Z.3oa33.i 

Pleasant authors for young folks. 

Z.3oa 33.9 

— Matthews. An introduction to the Study 
of American literature. Z,4aai3.i 

— Mitchell. About old story tellers. 

Z.3oa 87.1 

— RiDEiNG. The boyhood of famous authors. 

Z.3oa 61.1 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. Poetry. 

Z.4ob I3.t 
Days and deeds. Prose. Z.4ob 19.9 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
literature. Z.soaGj.i 

— — Children's stories in English literature. 

Z.30a 7S.I 
Ayrton, Matilda C. Child life in Japan and 
Japanese child stories. Z.iof3.3 

Aztec treasure-house. Janvier. Z.F.iSj I 

Ba-long-long. Jenks. Z.iod 9i.i 

Babbitt, Ellen C. Jataka tales retold. 

Z.4oh 1 1 5. 1 

Baby birds at home. Keartoh. Z.ioop ii.i 

Baby days. Z.130C 13.9 

Bacon, Alice M. Japanese girls and women. 

Z.iof3.iS 

— A Japanese interior. Z.iof3.ig 
BacOD, Edwin M. Boston. A guide book. 

— The boy's Drake. Z.3ob9d3 

— Historic pilgrimages in New England. 

Z.3om 3.S 

Bacon, Edwin M., editor. The boy's Hakluyt. 

Z.9ob a.t 

Bacon, Mary S. H. Pictures that every 

child should know. Z.iaoas.i 

Bacon, Mary S. H., compiler. Songs that 

(■very child should know. Z.isoc 3.1 

Badlam, Anna B. Views in Africa. 

Z.iog I a. I 



Baikie, James. Ancient Egypt. Z.im; 19.1 
Bail^, Caroline S. Girls' make-at-nome 

things. Z.joa 14.1 

Bailey, Caroline 5., and Maria E. Bailey. 

Boys' make-at-home things. Z.joa 14.3 
Bailey, Florence A. M. Birds of village and 

field. Z.ioop 6.3 

— Birds through an opera glass. Z.ioop 6.1 
Bailey, Liberty H. Lessons with plants. 

Z.ioot I9.I 
Bailey, Liberty H., editor. Farm and forest. 
[Vocations.] Z.40C aa.1.3 

Bala, Robert N. Cossack fairy tales. 

Z.4oh 75.1 
Bainbridge. William. Barnes. Commodore 
Bainbridge. Z.F.ab 5 

Baker, James. Pictures from Bohemia. 

Z.ioh 9^13 
Baker, Ray S. The boy's book of inven- 
tions. Z,soa 38.1 

— The boy's second book of inventions. 

Z.S<M98.9 

Baker, Sir Samuel W. Wild beasts and 
their ways. Z.iooIjo.! 

Baldwin, James. Abraham Lincoln. 

Z.3ob 3I 8 

— An American book of golden deeds. 

Z.3oa3.i 

— Another fairy reader. Z.tsoc 3.3 
—The conquest of the old Northwest. 

Z.9ob 4.3 

— The discovery of the old Northwest and 
its settlement by the French. Z.3ob4.i 

— Fairy stories and fables. Z.isoc 3.1 

— Fifty famous people. ^JP^ '5-^ 

— Fifty famous stones retold. 2.15X3.1 

— Four great Americans: Washington, 
Franklin, Webster, Lincoln. Z.3oas.i 

— The Golden Fleece. Z.40h3.7 

— The horse fair. Z.4oh3,9 

— Old Greek stories. Z.4oh3.6 

— Old stories of the East. Z.oofa3.i 

— Story of Roland. Z.aob lOr i 

— Story of the golden age. 2.40)13.4 

— Story of Siegfried. Z4^3.5 

— Thirty more famous stories retold. 

Z.15C 9.3 

Baldwin, James, compiler. Harper's school 

speaker. 3 v. Z.40bS-i 

Balkan States. George. Little journeys to 

the Balkans, European Turkey and 

Greece. Z.ioh 5.1 

Ball, Sir Robert. Starland. Z.ioob i.i 

Ballads. Allihgham. The ballad book 

Z.4oe 47-1 

— Cary. Ballads for little folk. Z.4oe&i 

— Gkierson. Children's tales from Scottish 
ballads. Z.40G S.I 

— Henley. Lyra heroica. Z.4oei6.i 
— - LiPPiNcoTT. Stories from famous ballads. 

Z40C4.1 

— Lodge. Ballads and lyrics. Z.4oe 19.1 

— MACLEOD. A book of ballad stories. 

Z.40CC1 

— Percy. Boy's Percy. Z^oesi.t 

— Pbkkins. Robin Hood. Z,4oe35.i 

— Scollard. Ballads of American bravery- 

Z^oe78.i 

— Tappan. Old ballads in prose. Z.4ab 15.1 
Ballantyne, B. M. The coral island; a tale 

of the Pacific Ocean. Z.F.ibfi 

— Gascoyne, the sandal-wood trader. 

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Balluityne, R. M. (Centimtd.) 

— Hudaon Bay. Z.P.ib? 
—The life boat. Z.F^bs 

— The Red Eric; or, the whaler's last cnii«. 

Z.F.ib I 
.^Ungava; a tale of Esquimaux-land- 

Z.P.ib4 

— The world of ice. Z.F.ib 5 
Balloons. See Aeroplaaas. 

Bamford, Mary E. Up and down the 
brooks. Z.ioom a.i 

Banbniy Cross stories. Howabd. Z.isob 17.1 
Bancroft, Jessie H. Games tor the play- 
ground, home, school and gymnasium. 
Z.7oa 6.T 

— School gymnastics with light apparatus. 

z.eoK 7.1 
Barbarian and noble. Lansing. Z.isa 17.1 
Barbary rovers. Finnemobe. Z.iog6.a 

Barber, Grace E. Wagner opera stories. 

Z.4ob 63.1 
Barberry bush. Woolsev. Z.F.ifiw 10 

Barbour, Ralph H. Captain of the crew. 
Z.F.jb 3 

— The crimson sweater. Z.F.jbS 

— Double play. Z.F.sbs 

— For the honor of the school. Z.F.gb 14 

— For Yardley, Z.Pj.h 15 

— Forward pass. Z.F.5b 4 

— Four afoot. Z.F.sbg 

— Four in camp. Z.F.sb? 

— The half-bacfe. Z.F.sbs 

— Kingsford, quarter. Z.F^b la 

— On your markl Z.F.5b6 

— The spirit of the school. Z.F.Sb 10 

— Weatherby's inning. Z.F.sb 11 

— Winning his "Y." Z.F.'sb 13 
Barclay, Isabella. The way the world went 

then. Z.ioody.i 

Baring, Maurice. The blue rose fairy book. 

Z.F.3bi 

Bamaby Lee, Bennett. Z.F.isb i 

Barnard, Charles. The tone masters. 

Z.3oa9.i 

Barnard, Howard C. The British Isles in 

pictures. Z.iok 27.1 

— Europe in pictures. Z.ioh 1.33 

— How other people live. Z.ioa 39.1 
Barnes, James. Commodore Bainbridge. 

Z.F.3b 5 

— For king or country. Z.F.sb i 

A ttorjt al the American RevolutioR. 

— The hero of Erie. [Oliver Hazard Perry.] 

Z.F.ab3 

— Midshipman Farragut. Z.F.3b4 

— With the flag in the Channel. Z.Pab a 

— Yankee ships and Yankee sailors; tales 
of 181Z. Z.90h 18.1 

Barr, Amelia E. The bow of orange 
ribbon; a romance of New York. 

Z.F.6b3 

— Trinity bells; a tale of old New York. 

Z.P.6b I 
Barrie, J. M. Peter and Wendy. Z.F.4b i 

— Peter Pan in Kensington Gardi — 



field in Massachusetts. Z.som 3.6 

BarBtow, Charles L., editor. Century read- 
ings in United States history. 

Namely: — 

Explorers and settlers. Z.90a45.i 



Z.aoa 45.3 
A new nation. Z.aoa 45.3 

The westward movement. Z.9oa4S.4 
The Civil War. Z.aoa 45.5 

The progress of a united people. 

Z.aoa 45-6 
Bartlett, Frederick O. The forest cast- 
aways. Z.P.iab I 
Barton, W. E. When Boston braved the 
king. Z.F.33b 1 
Baseball. Barbouk. Book of school and 
college sports. Z.7ob 6.1 

Double play, Z.F.sbs 

Weatheroys inning. Z.F.sb 11 

— Brooks. Boys of Fairport. Z.F.igb 4 

— Claudy. Battle of baseball. Z.70b ao.i 

— Dudley. Making the nine. Z.P.afid i 
With mask and mitt. Z.F.aGds 

— Earl. School team on the diamond. 

Z.F.ie4 

— Mathewson. How I became a big-league 
pitcher. (In Claudy. The battle of base- 
ball.) Z.7ob3o.i 

— QuiEK. Freshman Dorn, pitcher. Z.P.aq i 
Basket woman. Austin. Z.30g i.i 
Basketry. Beard. Indoor and outdoor 

handicraft and recreation for girls. 

Z.7oa3.i 

What a girl can make and do. 

Z.Toa 3.3 

— Kelley. Three hundred things a bright 

girl can do. Z.5ob7-i 

— White The child's rainy day book. 

Z.5ob 3.1 

How to make baskets. Z.soba.a 

Baskett, James N. Story of the birds. 

— Story of the fishes. Z.iooni.i 
Bass, Florence. Nature stories for young 

readers. Animal life. Z.13OC6.3 

— Stories of pioneer life. Z.aob}?.! 
Bassett, Sara W. The story of lumber. 

Z.F.34b I 
Bates, Katharine Lee, and Katharine Coman, 
eompiters. English history told by Eng- 
lish poets. Z.iok43.i 
Battle of base-ball. Claudy. Z.7ob aai 
Battle of New York. Stoddard. Z.F.33S i 
Battlefields and campf ires. Abbott. Z.soe 15.3 

— Battlefields and victory. Z.aoe 15.4 
-~ Battlefields of '61. Z.aoe 15.3 
Battles. Abbot. Battlefields and camp- 
fires. Z.30Bi5.a 

Battlefields and victory. Z.aoe 1 5.4 

— — Battlefields of '61. Z.aoe 15.3 

— Creasy. Fifteen decisive battles. 

Z.ijas-i 

— FiTCHETT. Deeds that won the Empire. 

Z.iok g.i 

— Long. Famous battles. Z.40C 31.3.16 
Battling for Atlanta. Dunn. Z.F.agd 3 
Baum, L. F. The Wizard of Oz. Z.F.7b 2 
Bay, J. C. Danish fairy and folk tales, 

Z.4oh4.i 

Bayard, ChevaUer de. Hale. Boys' heroes, 

Z.3oa 81.1 

— Haee. The story of Bayard. Z.3ob7b i 

— Heroes of chivalry. Z.3oa83.i 
^JoBWSTON. Famous cavalry leaders. 

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Bayard, ChnMitier de. (Continued.) 

— Macgregok. The story of France. 

Z.ioh 7.ig 
Baylisa, Clara K. Lolamt in Tusayan. 

Z.aog 3.a 

— Lolami, the little Cliff -Dweller. Z.aog 3.1 
Baylor, Edith M. H. A little prospector. 

Z.V,qh I 
Baylor, Frances C. Juan and Tuanita. 

Z.P.34b I 
Beach patrol. Drvbdalb. Z.F.asd i 

Beacon lights of patriotism. Cakrincton. 

Z.4oa7-i 
Heal, William J. Seed dispersal. Z.iooti.i 
Bealby, John T. Canada. Z.9op 2.1 . 

Bear stories. Cartes. Z.100I47.3 

Beard, Daniel C. The American boy's 
handy book. What to do and how ttj 
do it. Z.Toa t.3 

— Boat-building and boating. 2,7004.1 

— Boy pioneers: sons of Daniel Boone. ■ 

Z.7ob 1.6 

— Dan Beard's Animal book and camp fire 
stories. Z.ioos 3.1 

- — The field and forest handy book. New 
ideas for out of doors. Z.7Db 1.3 

— The Jack of all trades. New ideas for 
American boys. Z.7ob 1.4 

— The outdoor handy book. For play- 
ground, field and forest. Z.Tobi.a 

Beard, J. C. Curious homes and their^ 
tenants. Z.iool 44.1 

Beard, Lina, and A. B. Beard. The Ameri- 
can girl's handy book. How to amuse 
yourself and others. Z.7oa 9.5 

— Indoor and outdoor handicraft and 
recreation for girls. Z.7oa9.i 

— Little folks' handy book. Z.7oa3.4 

— Things worth doing and how to do them. 

Z.7oa a.6 

— What a girl can make and do. Z.7oa a.3 
Beame, David, SJ. The cure's brother. 

Z.F.48b 9 

— Do-Re-Mi- Fa. Z.F.4Bb la 

— Francis Apricot. Z.F^8b4 

— Lance and his friends. Z.F.48b i 

— Melor of the Silver Hand, and other 
stories of the bright ages. Z.F.^b 6 

— New boys at Ridingdale. Z.F.48b 7 

— The organist of Laumant and other 
stories. Z.F.48b 4 

— Paying the price, and other tales. 

Z.F.48b 5 

— Ridingdale boys. Z.F.4Sb 2 

— A Ridingdale year. Z.F.48b3 

— Sheer pluck and other stories. Z.F.48b 11 
Bears of Blue River. Major. Z.F.Sm i 
Beast and man in India. J. L. Kipling. 

Beasts of the field. Long. Z.ioob 6.1 

Beautiful Joe. Sauhders. Z.F.^s i 

Beautiful story of Doris and Julie. Suith. 
Z.F.iSb I 
Beazley, Charles. Prince Henry the Navi- 
gator. Z.3ob ah I 
Bee-man of Orn. Stockton. Z.F.3as7 
Bee people. Mohley. Z.ioomS.a 
Beebe, Mabel B. Four American naval 
heroes: Paul Jones, Oliver H. Perry, 
Admiral Farragut, Admiral Dewey. 

Z^3oa 63.1 
Beechcroft Yonce. Z.F.iy4 



Baea. Uorley. The bee people. Z.ioom8.a 

— Nq^l. Buz; or, the life and adventures 
^•f a honey bee. Z.iooniio.i 

Bettboven. Bainabh. Tone masters. 

Z.3oa 3.1 

— Dole. A score of famous composers. 

Z.3oa 78.1 

— Hoffmann. Ludwig van Beethoven. 

Z.3ob3bi 
T— Tappeb. First studies in music biography. 
' Z^lM 74.1 

Bein^ a boy. Warner. Z.P.4WI 

Belgium. George and Dean, Little journeys 
to Holland, Belgium and Denmark. 

Z.Toh 3.a 

■r- Mansfield. Gerard, our little Belgian 

cousin. Z.I oh 3.10 

— OuoND. Belgium. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.ioh 3,9 

Bell. Florence E, E. Fairy tale plays, and 

how to act them. Z.4odi.i 

— Nursery comedies. Z.aodi.a 
Bell, Florence E. E., editor. The singing 

circle. Z.I30C 3S.1 

Bellamy, B. W., and M. W. Goodwin. Open 

Sesame! 3 v. Z.4ob6.i 

Belt and spur. S., E. L. Z.i5hi.4 

Belt of the Seven Totems. Munkoe. 

Z.F.3iun 15 
Ben Comee. Canavan. Z.F.3C i 

Ben-Hur. Wallace. Z.P.sw 1 

Bei* the black bear. Wbicst. Z.iooI 19.1 
Benjamin of Ohio. Kaler. Z.aob 34.9 

Bennett, John. Baraaby Lee. Z.F.i3b i 

New Amsterdam and Maryland, i?th century. 

— Master Skylark. A story of Shakespere's 
tirne. Z.F.isb 9 

Benson, J. K. The book of indoor games. 
Zjod ia.i 
Benson, M. E. Story of Russia. Z.ioh4.7 
Benton, Caroline F. See Burrell, C. B. 
Beowulf. Beowulf and the Finnesburh 
fragment. Translated by C. G. Child. 

Z.4ob las.e 

— Church. Heroes of chivalry and romance. 

Z.4oh 10.11 

— GuERBER. Legends of the Middle Ages. 

Z.4oh 56.3 

— HoLBROOK. Northland heroes. Z.40h 55.9 

— Marshall. Stories of Beowulf told to 
the children. Z.4oh 135.1 

— Ragozin. Siegfried and Beowulf. 
Z,4<di86.a 



literature, v. 1. Z.3oa75.i 

— ZiuuERN. Gods and heroes of the North, 
Z.4oh SQ.i 
Beppo. LoRENziNL Z.F.iH a 

Bene, the Briton. Henty, Z.F.ishi 

Berlin. Siepen, Z.iob 9.11 

Bertelli, Luigi. The prince and his ants, 

Z.F.j6b I 
Berthold, Theodor. Lives of the saints for 
children. Z.90C 9.1 

Besant, Sir Walter. Captain Cook. 

Z.30b IOC 9 
Best foot forward, Finn, Z.F.iaf i 

B«8t stories to tell to children. Borst. 

Z.i3ob 7-3 
'Beth's promise. Dorsey. Z.F.iSda 

Betty Alden. Austin. Z.F.iga 9 



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Betty Bide-at-Home. Dix. Z.F.iid4 

Betty in Canada. McDonaij) and Dalbyicple. 

Betty Leiceater. Jewett. Z.Ri^3 

Betty Leicester's Christmas. Jewett. 

Z.P.t6j 4 
Betty Seldon, patriot. Thoupson. Z.F.St i 
Betty Walet & Co. Duktok. Z.F.33W 5 

Betty Wales, B. A. Dunton.- Z.F.sawG 
Betty Wales, freshman. DUNTON. Z.F.saw i 
Betty Wales, junior. Dunton. Z.F.3aw3" 
Betty Wales, senior. Dunton. Z.F.3SW4 
Betty Wales, sophomore. Dunton. 

Z.Fjaw 3 
Between the lines. King. Z.P.Sk i . 

Sevan, Thomas. Stories from British his- 
tory Z.iok 38.1 

Bevis, the story of a boy. Jefferibe. 

Z.F.iaj I 
Bezaleel. Taggart. Z.F.it 5 

Bible. The Bible for yoong people. Ar- 
ranged from the King James version by , 
Mrs. J. B. Gilder. Z.ooai.i 

— Bible stories. New Testament. [Modern 
reader's Bible.) Z.gob 10.1 

— Bible stories. Old Testament. [Modern 
reader's Bible.) Z^bia.3 

Bible stones. Baldwin. Old stories of the 
East. Z.9i)b a.i 

— Bosch. Bible stories. Z.gobi6j 

— Foster, Charles. The story of the Bible. 

Z4ob4.3 

— Gilbert. The story of Jesus simply told 
for the young. * Z.9M> 31.1 

— Gillie. The story of stories. Z^b 19.1 

— Heermans. Stones from the Hebrew. 

^Hinkson. The story of our Lord for 

children. Z.^ob 7.1 

— Hodges. The Castle of Zion. Z.gob ti.4 

Garden of Eden. Z.gob 11.3 

When the King came. Z.gob ii.i 

— Life of Christ for children. Z.gob 15.1 

— Mackail. The little Bible. Z.gob aai 

— Masy Salome, Mother. The life of our 
Lord. Zm>\> 17.J 

— Moses. Bible stories. Z.gob 3.1 

— StGUK. Acts of the Apostles. Z.gob 33.1 

— Stewart. "Tell me a true story." 

Z^obt&j 

— Tappan. The Christ story. Z.goaa.a 

— — An old, old story book. Z.goaa.i 
Bickndl, Leona M. How a little girl went 

to Africa. ^■^'^ ^' 

Big brother. £gglestoh. Z.P.yea 

Big people and little people of other lands. 

Shaw. Z.ioa 34.1 

Bieham, Madge A. Fanciful flower tales. 

Z.F.t5b a 

— ' Merry animal tales. Z.F.Isb i 

— Stories of Mother Goose Village. 

Z.13PC 16.1 

Bigncll, Effie. Mr. Chupes and Miss Jenny. 

Z.iocm 3.1 

BUllnghurst, Percy J. A hundred anecdotes 

of animals. Z.iool 30.1 

Bimbi. De la Rame. Z.F.3d3 

Biography. Collections, Adahs. Dear old 

story-tellers. Z.joa l.t_ 

Cimtinti. — Homer. ^ The Arabian oighti. — " 

Aeiop. — Mother Goose. — Charles PerraiilL — 

The brothers Griinm. — La Fontaine. — La- 



- Defoe. 

— La Motte Fouqu*. — The author of Paul and 
Virginia [Sdnt.Pier.e], 

-Baldwin. Four great Americans: Wash- 
ington, Franklin, Webster. Lincoln. 

Z.3oa 5.1 

-Baghaiu). The tone masters; a musical 
series for young people. Z.3oa3.i 

Co«*fB(j. — Moiart anil Mendelaiohn. — Handel 
and Haydn. — Bach sad Beethoven. 

- Bbbbe. Four American naval heroes: 
Paul Jones, Oliver H. Perry, Admiral 
Farragut, Admiral Dewey. Z.30a63.i 

-Bolton. Famous American authors. 

Z.3oa 3.1 

CoHltnli. — Emerton. — Longfellow. — Irving. 

— Prtacott. — HAinhorne and his family, — 
Holmes. — Lowell. — Higginion. — Stoddard. 

— Stedman. — HowellB. -. Aldrich. — Gilder. 
I — Carleton. — Cable. — Cltmene. — Warner. 
Famous American statesmen. Z.3oa 3,14 

CoiUmd. — Waahlngton. — Franilln, — Jeffer- 
. — Hamilton. — Jackson. — Webatl 



Clay 



field. 



— — Famous English authors of the 

teenth century. Z.30a 3.5 

Cmiemi. ~ Scott. — Burns. — Biron. ~ Shel- 
ley. — Carlylc. — Tennyson. — Dickens. — 
Buskin. — Browning. 

' Famous English statesmen. Z.3oa3.i6 

Cmltnti. — Sir Kobert Peel. — Lord Falmer- 
ston. — Lord Shaftesbury. ~ John Bright. — 
William Edward Foriter. — Lord Beacontfleld. 
— Henry Fawcett. — William Ewart Gladstone. 

Famous European artists. Z.3oa3.i5 

Cmlextt. — Michael Angclo. — Leonardo da 
Vinci. — Raphael of Utblno. — Titian. — Mn- 
rillo. — Rubens. — Rembrandl. — Sir Joshua 
Reynolds. — Sir Edwin Landsect. — Turner. 

Famous voyagers and explorers. 

Z.3oa3.7 



Greely, and other Arctic explorers. 

- — Lives of girls who became famous. 

Z.30a3.i3 

CpntcHli. — Harriet Beccher Stowe. — ifilen 
Hunt Jackson. — Lucretia Mott. — Mary A. 
Livermore. — Margaret Pullet Ossoli. — Maria 
Mitchell. — Louisa M. Alcott. — Mary Lyon. — 
Harriet G. Hosmer. — Madame de Suel. — 
Rosa Bonheur. — Elizabeth Barrett Browning. 

— '•George Eliot." — Eliiabeth Fry. — Eliia- 
bclh Thompson Butler. — Florence Nightingale. 
^ Lady Braesey. — Baroness Burdetl-Coutts, 

— Jean Ingelow. 

- — Lives of poor boys who became 
famous. Z.3oa3.8 

C-mlrnls. — George I'cabody, — Bayard Taylor. 
Capt. James B. Eads. — James Watl. — Sir 
Josiah Mason. — Bernard Palissy. — Bertel 
Thorwaldsen. — Wolfgang Moiart. — Samuel 
Johnson. — Oliver Goldsmith. — Michael Fara- 
day. — Sir Henry Bessemer. — Sir Titos Salt. 

— Joseph Marie Jacquard. — Horace Greeley. 

— William Lloyd Garrison. — Giuseppe Gari. 
baidi. — Jean Paul Richicr. — Leon Gambetta. 

— David G. Farragut. — Eira Cornell. — 



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Ole Ball. — MeilBonler. — George W, Child*. — 
DwLg^t L. Moodr- — Ahriham Lincoln, 

— Bouvfi. American heroes and heroines. 

Z.ao.4.1 

Cimlents. — Father Marquette. ~ Anne Hntchin- 
stm. — Sir William Pepperell. — Hannah WeMon. 
~ John Paul Jone». ~ Isriel Putnam. — Molljr 
Pitcher. — Nathan Hale. — HaTm Solomon. — 
Beltr Zanc. ~ Stephen Decatur. — Dolly Madi- 
Bon. — Stephen Van Rensielaer. — Maria Mitchell. 
— Doctor Kane. — Margaret Haughery. — Daniel 
Boone. — Kit Canton. — Samuel Houston. 

— Brooks, E. S. Century book of famous 
Americans. Z.aoa 5.1 

Great men's sons. ... A glimpse at 

the sons of the world's mightiest men 
from Socrates to Napoleon, Z.soa S.i 

Historic Americans. Z.3oa8.a 

Cmltmi. — John Winthrop. — Benjamin Frank- 
lin. — James Otis. — George Washington. — 
" ue! Adami. — Patrick Henrj. — John Adams. 



- Thomi 



Jefteri 



r Han 



- John Jay. — John Marshall. 
— Jarats Madison. — James Monroe. — John 
Quincy Adams. — Eli Whitney. — Andrew Jack, 
son. — Daniel Webster. — Washington Trying. 
Henry Clay. — John C. Calhoun. — Samuel 
F. B. Morse. — Horace Mann. — Abraham 
Lincoln. — Henry Wadiworth Longiellow. — 
UlTSses S. Grant. 

Historic boys; their endeavors, their 

achievements and their times. Z,3oa8.3 

CmlnUi. — Marcus of Rome. -- Brian of Man- 
sler. — Olaf of Norway. — William ol Nor- 
mandy. — Baldwin of Jerusalem. — Frederick 
o( Hohenstaufen. — Harry ol Monmouth. — 
fiiovanni of Florence. — Ixtlil' of Teicuco. — 
Louis of Bourbon. — Charles of Sweden. — 
Van Rensselaer of Rensaclaerswick. 

Historic girls. 2.3028.4 

Con(«ilJ. — Zenobia of Palmyra. — Helena of 
Britain. _ Pulcheria of Constantinople. — Clo- 
tilda o( Burgundy. — Woo ol Hwanj-Ho. — 
Edith of Scotland. ~ Jacqueline of Holland. — 



Biogiapby. Collections. (Continued.) 

— Schumann. — Chopin. ~ Glinka. — Bcrlioi. 
Lisit. — Wagner, 

— Eggleston. Stories of great Americans 
for little Americans. 2,30*7,1 

— Paris. Winning their way. Boys who 
learned self-help. Z.joa 57,1 

— Farmer. The boys' book of famous 
rulers. Z.yM 17.1 

CatitHOi. — Agameninon. — Cyrus the Great. — 
Alexander the Great. — Julius CzEar. — Charle- 
magne. — Alfred the Great. — Richard Csur 
de Lion. — Robert Bruce. — Ferdfnand V., of 
Spain. — Philip II., of Spain, — Guitavus 
Adolphus. — Louis XIV. — Peter the Great — 
Frederick the Great — Napoleon I.. 

The girls' book of famous queens. 

Z.3oa I7.a 

Cimtnls. — Semiramis, Queen of Assyria. — 
Dido. Queen of Carthage. — Cleopatra, Queen 
of Egypt — Zenobia, Queen ol Palmyra. — 
Matilda ol FUnders. ~ Margaret of Aajou. — 
Catharine of Aragon. — Queen Eliiabeth »4ld 
Mary, Queen of Scots. — Queen Catheri 



. Then 
Eliiabeth of Tudor. — Christina 



ta-oka 



w-ha-ts 



f Sweden. 



— Brooks, G- Dames and daughters of the 
young republic Z.aoag.i 

— Brooks, N. Statesmen. [Men of achieve- 
ment.] Z.soa ao.1 

CimUBlt. — Henry Clay. — Daniel Webster. — 
John C. Calhoun. — Thomas H. Benton. — 
William H. Seward. — Salmon P. Chase. — 
Abraham Lincoln. ~ Charles Sumner. — Samuel 
J. Tilden. — James G. Blaine. — James A. 
Garfield. — Grover OeTeland. 

— BuHTON. Four American patriots: Pat- 
rick Henry, Andrew Jackson, Alexander 
Hamilton, Ulysses S. Grant. Z.3oa4.i 

— Cody. Four American poets: Bryant, 
Longfellow, Whittier, Holmes. Z.aoa 16.1 

— Couch. The roll call of honor. Z.3oa95.i 

— Dole. A score of famous composers, 

Z.3oa78.i 

ConlttOi. — Palestrina. — Purcell. — Bach. — 
Handel. — Gluck. — Haydn. — Moiart. — 
BeelhoTen. — Rosiini. — Von Weber. — Schu- 
berL — Spoilt. — Meyerbeer. — Mendelssohn. 



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— FaoTHiNGHAU. Sca fighters from Drake 
to Farragut. Z.iDfa 7.1 

— Greely. Explorers and travellers. [Men 
of achievement] Z.aoaai.i 

CmtiHts. — Louis Joliet. — Peter le Hoyne. — 
Jonathan Carrer. — Captain Kobert Gray. — 
Captain Meriwether Lewis and Lieut. William 
Clark. — Zebulon M. Pike. _ Charles Wilkes. 

— John Charles Frtioont — Elisha Kent Kane. 

— Isaac Israel Hayes. — Charles F. Hall. — 
George Washington De Loag. — Paul B. Dd 
Chaillu. _- Stanley Africaons. 

— Haarbh and Poland. Famous men of 
Greece. Z.ijh 5.6 

Famous men of Rome. Z.t5b6.6 

Famous men of the Middle Ages. 

Z.15SS.1 

— Hale. Boys' heroes. Z.soaSi.i 

— Harper. Leaders of men. [Young folks' 
library. Vol. 19] Z.40cai.3.ig 

-Harris. American authors for young 
folks. Z.joa 33.1 

Conlntt. — Irving. — Cooper. — Prescotl. — 
Emerson. — Hawthorne. — Harriet Beecher 
Stowe. — Alice and Phoebe Cary. — Bayard 
Taylor. — Thoreau and other "out-of-door" 
■ writers. — Faikmao. — G. W. Curtis. — Donald 
G. Mitchell. — "H. H." (paend of Helen Maria 
Jackson), and otbeis — Lowell. 

Pleasant authors for young folks. 

Z.soa 33.3 

CoHtetat. — sir Walter Scott. — Mary Russell 
Mltford. ~ Cbariei Lamb. — Gilbert White. — 
Jane Austen. — Leigh Hunt. — Charles Rings- 
ley. — Dr. John Brown. — George Macdonald. 

— Dinah Mtilock Craik. — John Ruakin. — 
Charlotte Brqnti, and others. 

— Hawthorne, True stories from history 
and biography. Z.aoajaa 

CoHlinls. — Biographical itories. — Benjamin 
West. — Sir Isaac Newton, ,— Samuel Johnson. 
Oliver Cromwell. ~ Benjamlti Franklin. — 
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Bioffrapby. CoUtclioni. (ConHnued.) 

— Hmoes of chivalry. The lives of the 
Chevalier Bayard and The Cid. 

Z.3(» 89.1 

— Hkroic lives. Z.soaSs.! 

Coninti. — DsTJd LiTuiKBtone. — H. M. Sun- 
lej. — General Gordon. — Lord Dimdoosld. 

— HoLUMD. Historic girlhoods. Z.saa 14.1 

— Hubert. Inventors. [Men of achieve- 
ment.] Z.3oa aa.i 
CmlttUi. — Benjamin FrankUo. — Robert Ful- 
ton. — EH WUtoer- — Ellw Howe. — Samuet 
F. B. Itafc — Charlei Goadjttz. — John 
Ericsson. — Cymi H. UcCorttdek. — Tbomai 
A. Ediaon. — Alexander Graham BdL — Amer- 



1 inveDtor*, pait and preacnt. 

— Johnston. Famous cavalry leaders. 

Z.3oa35-3 
——Famous Indian chiefs. Z.30a354 

Famous privateersmen. Z.3oa35.3 

Famous scouts, including trappers, 

pioneers, and soldiers of the frontier. 

Z.3M35.I 

— KiNGSLBY. Four American exi)larers: 
Captain Meriwether Lewis, Captain Wil- 
liam Clark, General John C. Fremont, 
Dr. Elisha K. Kane. Z.3oa55.9 

— Lamg. Book of princes and princesses. 

Z.i5aii.i 
Red book of heroes. Z.3oaag.i 

— Mabie. Heroes every child should know. 

Z.4oha8.^ 

— — Hen who have risen. [Young folks 
library. Vol. 17.] Z40C31.3.17 

— Uabie and Stephens, compilers. Heroines 
that every child should know. Z.3oa 56.1 

— Mitchell. About old story-tellers. 

Z.3(n 87.1 

— MoBBis. Heroes of the navy in America. 

Z.aoh6.i 



making money. Z.3oa t^t 

— Peake. The boys' book of heroes. 

Conttnts. — Hereward. lut o{ the Soxoni, — 
The Cid. — Lonii IX., King of Franca. — 
GnstavuB Vasa, Kins of Swedea. ~. Bertrand du 
Guciclin. — Chrlnopher Columbua. — Tlie 
ChevaUer de Bayard. — Sir Martin Frobiiher. 
Su Walter Kaleij^. — Sir PhUlp Sidnejr. 

— -Perby. Four American inventors; Robert 
Fulton, Samuel F. B. Morse, Eli Whitney, 
Thomas A. Edison. Z.3oa6a.a 

— Pebby and Beebb. Four American pio- 
neers: David Boone, David Crockett, 
George Rogers Clark, Kit Carson. 

Z.3oa 6a, I 

— Fluiaxch. Lives. Children's Plutarch. 
Edited by F. J. Gould. Z.3oa 69.4 

— — Lives. Edited by Rosalie Kaufman. 

Z.3oa 6g.a 
Lives. Edited by J. S. White. 

Z.3oa68.3 

— RiDEtHG. The boyhood of famous authors. 

Z.3oa 61. 1 

Canttnls. ~ Holme*. — Aldrieb. — Trowbrldce- 

— W. Clark RuiwU. — Eggleiton. — HoweDa 

— Payn. — Whittier. — Stockton. — Stedman. 

— Hale. ~- LowelL — Bojreaen. — HigginaoB. 

— Warner. — Sterenioa. — KipUaB. 



Biography, CaUectums. (ConHnued.) 

— Riis. Hero tales of the Far North, 

Z^^oasS;! 

— Sadlier. Names that live in Catholic 
hearts. Memoirs of Cardinal Ximenes, 
Michael Angelo, Samuel de Champlain, 
Archbishop Plunkett, Charles Carroll, 
Henri de Larochejacquelein, Simon de 
Montfort. Z.3oa 70.1 

— Sherwood. Royal girls and royal conrts. 

Z.3oa 73.1 

— SuiTH. One hundred famous Americans. 

Z.3oa 33.1 

— Stevenson.^ A child's guide to biography. 
American — Men of action. Z.3oa 34.3 

~-r — A guide to biography for young read- 
ers, American — Men of mind. Z.3oa34.I 

— Stirung. Torch bearers of history. 2 
series. Z.3oa 64.1 

— Stoddard. Men of business. [Men of 
achievement.] Z.soa 19.1 

Conttnts. — John Jacob Aalor. — Corneliui Van- 
derbilt — Charlei Louia Tiffany. — John Roach. 

— Levi FarBona Morton. — Edvin Deniaon 
Morgan. — Cyrus Wert Field. — Chauncey 
Mitchell Depew. — Aleiandrr Turner Stewart. 
_ Philip Danforth Armoor. — Horace Brisbam 
CUflin. — Marshall Owen Roberta. — George 
Mortimer Pullman. ~ Peter Cooper. — Marahatl 
Field. — Leland Stanford. 

— Tapper. First studies in music biography. 

Z.3oa 74.1 

Cimltiiis. — Bach. — Handel. — Haydn. — 

MoiBTI. — Beethoven. — Schubert. — Mendela- 
sobn. — Schumann. — Chopin, — Wagner. 

— TroWbrime. Brave deeds. [Young folks' 
library. Vol. 12.] Z.40cat.i.ia 

— Wade. The wonder-workers, 2.30238.1 

— Wright. Children's stories of the great 
scientists. Z.3oa 67,8 

Conlmij. — Galileo. — Kepler. — Newtoo. — 
Franklin. — Lianxas. — HerscheL — Romford. 

— Covier. — Hnmboldt. — D»»y. — Faraday. 

— Ljell. — Agaasii. — Tyndall. — Kirchoff. — 
Darwin and Hnxley. 

— Yohge. The seven heroines of Christen- 
dom. Z.3oa 68.1 

Biography of a grizzly. Seion. Z.ioolsa.s 
Birds. 

— Bailey. Birds of village and field. 

Z.ioop 6.3 
— — B.irds through an opera glass, 

Z.ioop 6.1 

— Baskett. The story of the birds. 

— Beard. Curious homes and their tenants, 

Z.iool 44.1 

— BiGNELi, Mr, Chupes and Miss Jenny. 
The life story of two robins. Z.loops.i 

— Burroughs. Bird stories from Burroughs. 

Z.ioop 5.1 
Birds and bees.. Z.100B4.1 

— Ckapuan. Bird-life. A guide to the 
study of our common birds. Z.100P4.1 

Bird studies with a camera. Z.IOOP4.3 

— DouBLEDAY. Birds that every child should 
know: the East. Z.ioop 3.1 

— . — How to attract the birds. Z.ioop 3,9 
^James. The story of Scraggles. Z.F.14J i 



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Bitds. (CoMlinued.) 



— MiLLEK. The first book of birds. [With 

colored plates.] Z.ioopg.a 

— — In nesting time. Z.ioop 9.5 

Little brothers of the air. Z.ioop g.4 

Our home pets. Z.iool 36.2 

The second book of birds. Bird fami- 
lies. [With colored plates.} Z.ICXIP9.3 
True bird stories. Z.ioop g.i 

— Pearson. Stories of bird life. Z.ioop la.i 

— Rebd. Nature study. Birds. Z.ioop 14. i 

— S-cicKNEY and Hoffuah. Bird world. 

Z.ioop 13.1 

— TottJtEV. Everyday birds: elementary 

studies. [With colored plates.] 

Z.ioop 15.1 

' 'W^EED. Bird life stories. Z.ioop 16.1 

— "Wbicbt, H. W. Birds of the Boston 

Public Garden. Z.ioop 18.1 

— Wright, M, O. Birdcraft. A field book 

of two hundred song, game and water 

birds. Z.ioop 17.1 

— Weight and Coues. Citizen Bird. 

Z.ioc^ I7.a 
Birds' Christmas carol. Wiggin. Z.F.94W 6 
Bishop's shadow. Thurston. Z.F.7ti 

Bits of talk. Jackson. Z.^b 14.1 

Black, Alexander. Photography indoors 
and out. Z.iaoba.i 

— The story of Ohio. Z.aom4.3 
Black, William. The four MacNicoIs and 

An adventure in Thule. Z.F.sib a 

— A princess of Thule. Z.F.aib 1 
Black arrow. Stbvknson. Z.F.i7a3 
Black Beauty. Sbwell. Z.F.a6a i 
Black Brotherhood. Garrold. Z.F^g i 
Blackfoot lodge tales. Grinnelu Z.aog 15.3 
Blackiiiore, Richard D. Lorna Doone. 

Z.P.3ab I 
Blackstone, Harriet, compiler. New pieces 

that will take prizes. Z.4ad5.i 

Blajkie, William. How to get strong and 

how to sta^ so. Z.6oa i.a 

— Sound bodies. Z.6oa i.i 
Blaisddl, Albert F. Stories from English 

history. Z.iok i.i 

— Stories of the Civil War. Z.aoe 3.t 

— The story of American history. Z.aoaa.a 
BlaiadeU. Albert P., and F. H. Ball Hero 

stories from American history. Z.aoa 3.3 

— Short stories from American history. 

Z.aoa 3.1 

Blaisdell, Etta A., and M. F. Blaisdell. 

Child life fifth reader. Z.130C 1.5 

— Child life. A first reader. Z.130C i.i 

— Child life in literature. A fourth reader. 

Z.130C 1.5 

— Child life in many lands. A third reader. 

Z.130C 1.3 

— Child life in tale and fable. Second 
reader. Z.130C i.a 

Blaiadell, Mary F. Cherry tree children. 
Z.130C 1.9 

— Polly and DoUj. Z.130C t.8 

— Tommy Tinker's book. Z.130C i.io 
Blake, Mary E. A summer holiday in 

Europe. Z.ion 1.14 

Blanchan, Neltje, pseud. See Doubleday, 

Nellie. 
Blancfaard. Amy E. The four Corners. 

Z.F.i7b4 



Blvichard, Amy E. (Continued.) 

— A girl of '76. Z.F.i7b3 

— Girls together. Z.F.i7b 3 

— Her very best. Z.F.i7b i 

— Little Miss Oddity. Z.F.i7b 6 

— A Revolutionary maid. Z.F.i7b8 

— Two girls. Z.P.i7bg 
Bland, Edith. (£. Nesbit.) Five children 

and It. Z.F44ba 

— The house of Arden. Z.F.44b4 

— The Phoenix and the carpet. Z.F44b i 

— The Wouldbegoods. Z.P44b3 
Blind brother. Greene. Z.F.gga 
Bliagylvania post-office. Taggart. Z.F.itG 
Blodgett, Mabel F. The giant's ruby and 

other fairy tales. Z.F.8b i 

— When Christmas came too early. 

Z.F.8b3 
Blue Bonnet's ranch party. Jacobs and Rrad. 
Z.F.i4e 5 
Blue fairy book. LANa Z.P^4 

Blue goose chase. Job. Z.F.17J i 

Blue rose fairy book, The. Baring. 

Z.F.3b I 

Boats and boating. Beakd. Boat-building 

and boating. Z.70C4.1 

— Bond. The scientific American boy. 

Z.7ob 3.1 

— — The scientific American boy at school. 

Z.7ab 3.3 

— Davis. Harper's Boating book for boys. 

Z.70C5.1 
Motor boating for boys. Z.70C 5.a 

— Kingston. The boy's own book of boats. 

Z.70C 1.1 

— Stephens. Canoe and boat building . 

Z.70C3.1 

— Vaux. Canoe handling. Z.7ob 14.1 
Boden, George H., and W. D'Almeida. 

Wonder stories from Herodotus. 

Z.15I11.16 
Bodley grandchildren, and their journey in 
Holland. Scudder. Z.F.6b 3 

Bodleys afoot. Scudder. Z.F.6a3 

Bodlnt telling stories. Scudder. Z.F.6s8 
Bold Robin Hood. Rhead. Z.P.171 1 

Bolton, Sarah K. Famous American 
authors. Z.30B 3.1 

— Famous American statesmen. Z.30a 3.14 

— Famous English authors of the mne- 
teenth century. Z.30B 3.6 

— Famous English statesmen. Z.3oa.3.i6 

— Famous European artists. Z^;3oa3.i5 

— Famous voyagers and explorers. Z^soa 3.7 

— Lives of girls who became famous. 

Z.3oa3.9 

— Lives of poor boys who became famous. 

Z.3Da3J 

Bond, Alexander R. Scientific American 

boy. Z.7ob3.i 

— Scientific American boy at school. 

Z.70b 3.a 

Boneateel, Mary G. Army boys and girls. 

Z.F.37b I 

— A hostage of war. Z.F.37ba 

— Uncle Sam's babies. Z.F.37b3 
Bonnie Prince Charlie. Henty. Z.F.ish 3 
Bonnie Scotland. Lippincott. Z.iok 39.3 
Bonser, A. £. Ex mo or Star; or, the 

autobiography of a pony. Z.F.jlb i 

Book of adventure. Dole. ^-V!^ 3i.a.8 

Book of ballad stories. Maclbod. Z.40CIL' 



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Book of cheerful cats. Francis. Z.F.iif i 
Book of children's parties. Talbot. Z.jod 3.3 
Book of fiibles and folk stories. Scuddek. 

Z.F.6a 1 
Book of famous verse. Rbfplier. Z.40C 51.1 
Book of games. Talbot. Z.7od3.a 

Book of golden deeds, Yonge. Z.ioa 36.1 
Book of joyous children. Riley. Z.4oe 45.1 
Book of nature myths. H01.BK00K. Z.4oh 55.4 
Book of New England legends and folk 
lore. Drake. Z.aom3.ii 

Book of princes and princesses. Lang. 

Z.is* ii.i 
Book of romance. Lang. Z.F4I a 

Book of saints and friendly beasts. Brown. 

Z.3oa 79. 1 
Book of saints and heroes. Lang. Z.3oa ag.a 
Book of the ocean. Ingersoll. Z.ioon.7.a 
Book of verses for children. Lucas. 

Z.^33.a 

Book of wonder voyages. Jacobs. Z.F.4J i 

Bookfiil of ^irls. Fuller. Z.F.om i 

Boone, Daniel. Abbott. Daniel Boone. The 

pioneer of Kentucky. Z.3ob ib a 

— Altsheles. Riflemen of the Ohio. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.8B3 

— Basstow. Westward movement. Z.3oa45.4 

— Hough. The way to the West. And the 
lives of three early Americans 1 Boone, 
Crockett, Carson. Z.aopio.3 

— Johnston. Famous scouts. Z.30a35.i 

— Lindsay. Daniel Boone, backwoodsman. 

Z.^ob lb I 

— UoKSis. Historical tales. American. 

— Perry and Beebb. Four American pio- 
neers. Z.3oa 69.1 

^Roosevelt and Lodge. Hero tales from 

American history. Z.aoa 17-3 

Booth, Maud Ballington. Sleepy-time 

stories. 2i.F.a7b t 

"Boots and saddles." Custer. Z.aop ai.a 
Boris in Russia. MacDonald and Dal- 

RYMFLE. Z.ioh 4.5 

Borrowed sister. White. Z.P.aows 

BoBch, Mrs. Hermann. Bible stories told to 

"Toddles." Z^gob 16.1 

Boatock, F. C. The training of wUd 

animals. Z.100I40.1 

Boston. Bacon. Boston. A guide book. 
Z.aom I.I 

— Barton. When Boston braved the king. 

[Fiction.] Z.P.aab i 

_ Drake. Historic mansions and highways 

around Boston. Z.aom i.g 
Old landmarks and historic personages 

of Boston. Z.aom i.io 

— French. The Siege of Boston. Z.aom i.ii 

— GiLXAN. Story of Boston. Z.aom 14 

— Hals. Historic Boston and its naighbor- 
hood. Z,aom j J 

A New England boyhood. Z_^b3bt 

— Kai^i. Boston boys of i?75- [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ik 16 
The Minute Boys of Boston. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ik 15 

Ruth of Boston. [Fiction.] Z.'aab344 

Under the Liberty Tree. [Fiction. 

Boston Massacre.]^ Z.F.ik 37 

— Scuioer. Boston Town. Z.aom 1.7 
— Tiffany. From colony to commonwealth. 

[Revolutionary days.] Z.aabig.3 



Boston. (Continued.) 

— Watson. Boston Tea Party. Z.soc 13.1 

— WiNSLOW. Diary of Anna Green Win- 

slow, a Boston school girl of 1771. 

Z.30b 3w 3 
Boston Normal School of Gymnastics. One 
hundred and fifty gymnastic games. 

Z.6o« 11.1 

Botany. See Flowers and Plants; Trees. 

Both sides the border. Hentv. Z.F.ishs; 

Botsford, G. W. An ancient history for 

beginners. Z.ish i.a 

— A history of Greece. Z.iS&S.iO 
Botsford, G. W., and LilHe Botsford, com- 
pilers. The storjj of Rome as Greeks 
and Romans tell it. Z.i5h6,i 

Bottone, S. R. Electrical instrument mak- 
ing for amateurs. Z.iook 10.1 
Bound in honor. Tbowbridge. Z.F.i4ti 
Bourne, Henry R. F. Sir Philip Sidney. 

Z.3ob 4s I 

Bouv£, Pauline C. American heroes and 

heroines. Z.aoa 4.1 

Bow of orange ribbon. Babr. Z.F.6b a 

Bower, John A. How to make common 

things. Z.job 13.1 

Bowne, Eliza S. Girl's life eighty years ago. 

Z.30b 4b I 

Boy Blue and his friends. Blaisdell. 

Z.130C 1.7 
Boy captive in Canada. Suith. Z.F.igs 14 
Boy captive of old Deerfield. Smith. 

Z.F.iga 13 
Boy craftsman. Hall. Z.7oa 8.1 

Boy duck hunters. Kellogg. Z.F.ski 

Boy emigrants. Brooks. Z.F.igb i 

Boy farmers of Elm Island. Kellogg. 

Z.F4k3 
Boy general. Custer. Z.aob 5c i 

Boy hunters. Reio. Z.F4r4 

Boy knight. Henty. Z.F.xffiS 

Boy life in the United States Navy. Clark. 
Z.F.17C1 
Boy life of Napoleon. Foa. Z.3ob 7113 

Boy mineral collectors. Kelley. Z.iooc 6.1 
Boy of the First Empire. Brooks. Z.F.iSb i 
Boy officers of 1812. Tomlinson. Z.F.i3t 16 
Boy on a farm. Abbott. Z.F.u i 

Boy pioneers. Beard. Z.job 1.6 

Boy Sooats. "B. P." Scout. The Boy 
Scout's complete drill book. Z.70b ai^ 

Boy Scout's games, practices, etc. 

Z.7ob 31.3 

Camp lite and campaigning for boy 

scouts. Z.Tob 91.3 

The perfect scout. Z.70bai.i 

Scoutcraft. ^^^ ^'-S 

— FiHNBUOKB. The Wolf patrol. [Faction.] 

Z.P.6fi 

— Gbinnell and Swan. Harper's camping 
and scouting. Z.7ob3.9 

— Millbr. Outdoor sports and games. 

Z.70b 1 7. 1 

— Powell, Baden-. Scouting for boys. 

Z.7ob 13.1 

— — Scouting games. Z.7ob 13.3 
— — Yarns for Boy Scouts. Z.7obi3.3 

— Seton. Boy Scouts of America. 

Z.7ob ia.3 

— Thurston. Scout master of Troop 5. 

[Fiction.] Z.F^3 

— WILSON. Tad Sheldon, boy scout. [Fic- 
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Boy settlers. Brooks. Z.F.igba 

Boy soldiers of i8i3. Tomlinson. Z.F.ist 15 
Boy travellers ia Australasia. Kmox. 

Z.iod ig.i 
Boy travellers in Central Europe. Knox. 

Z.ioh i.ao 

Boy travellers in Mexico. Kmox. Z.iol 14.3 

Boy travellers in Northern Europe. Knox. 

Z.ioti 1.6 

Boy travellers in South America. Kirox. 

Z.10I 14.1 

Boy travellers in Southern Europe. Knox. 

Z.iob i^ 

Boy travellers in the far East. Part i. 

Japan and China. Knox. Z.iofa.g 

Boy travellers in the far East. Fart 2. 

Siam and Java. Knox. Z.iof 1.35 

Boy travellers in the far East. Part 3. 

Ceylon and India. Knox. Z.iof t.aa 

Boy travellers in the far East. Part 4. 

Egypt and the Holy Land. Knox. 

Z.iog 1 1. 9 
Boy travellers in the Levant. Knox. 

Z.iogii.3 
Boy travellers in the Russian Empire. 
Knox. Z.ioh 4^ 

Boy travellers on the Congo. Knox. 

Z.10E ii.i 
Boy with the U. S. fisheries. Rolt-Wheelsr. 

Z.P.15W 3 
Boy with the U. S. foresters. Rolt-Wheklkh. 

Z.F.iSwa 
Boy with the U. S. Survey. Rolt-Wheelee. 

Z.F.15W t 
Boy's book of battle lyrics. English. 

Z.4oe I a. I 
Boy's book of explorations. Jenks. 

Z.iob 10.1 
Boy's book of heroes. P&ake. Z.soa 18.1 
Boy's book of Indians and the wild west. 
WiLLiAus. Z.aoca8.i 

Boy's book of inventions. Bakes. Z.soa Ai 
Boy's book of new inventions. Maule. 

Z.50S33>i 
Boj^a book of sports and outdoor life. 
Thohpson. Z-Tohg-i 

Boy's own guide to fishing. Keene. 

Z.Tob 1G.1 
Boy's Percy. Lahieb. Z^oeai.a 

Boy's playbook of science. Pepper. 

Boy's second book of inventions. Baker. 

Z^os98.9 
Boy's story of Zebulon M. Pike. Rke. 

Z.3ob 3P I 
B^s town. HowELLs. Z.3ob 5h i 

Boy's workshop. Z.soa 16.1 

Boyd, Ida E. When mother lets us cut 
out pictures. Z.Toats.i 

Boyescn, H, H. Boyhood in Norway. 

Z.F.i4b a 
^The modem vikings. Z.F.ijbs 

— Norseland tales. Z.7.i4b I 

— Story of Norway. Z.tob8.9 
Boyhood of famous authors. Rideing. 

Boynton, Frank D. School civics. 



Z^30S 61.] 
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Boys and girls of seventy-s 



Boys and girls of the White House. Sage. 

Z.30S59.1 
Boys in the block, Egan. Z.F.ae i 

Boys of Crawford's Basin. Hamf. Z.F.ioh i 
Boys of 1812. SoLEY. Z.aoh it.i 

Boys of Fort Schuyler. Kaler. Z.P.ik i 
Boys of Greenway Court, Buttkeworth. 

Z.F.38ba 
Bom of Marmiton Prairie. Suith. 

Z.F.i8a3 
Boys of '98. Kai^r. Z.aofs.i 

Boys of Old Monmouth. Tohlimsom. 

Z.F.i3t4 
Boys of other countries. Taylor. Z.F.st t 
Boys of Pigeon Camp. Doyle. Z.F.aSd 3 
Boys of St, TimothyV Pier. Z.F.ito i 
Boys of Scrooby. Hall. Z.F.in a 

Boys of 1745. Kaler. Z.F.ik4 

Boys of '76. Coffin. Z.90c6.i 

Boys of '61. Coffin, Z.3oe3.i 

Boys of the border. Smith. Z.F.igs 15 

Boys of the Rincon Ranch, Canfield. 

Z.F.13C I 
Boys with Old Hickory. Touunson. 

Z.F.i3t a 
Boys' and girls' Herodotus. White. 

Z.i5h 1.17 
Bo3rs' book of airships. Delacombe. 

Z.joa 13. 1 
Boys' book of famous rulers. Faruer. 

Z.3oa 1 7. 1 
Boys' book of locomotives. Howden. 

Z.50C5.a 
Boya' book of model aeroplanes. Collins. 

Z.soa 93.1 
Boys' book of sports and outdoor life. 
Thompson. Z.7obg.i 

Boys' book of steamships. Howden. 

Z.50C5.1 
Boys' Cuchulain. Hull. Z^mi7I.i 

Boys' heroes. Hale. Z.3oa8i.i 

Boys' make-at-home things. Bailey. 

Z.7oa I4.3 

Brackett, Anna C, and I. M. Eliot, editors. 

The silver treasury of poetry for home 

and school. Z.4oe3.i 

Bradish, Sarah P, Old Norse stories. 

Z.4oh 84.1 

Brady, Cyrus T. Reuben James; a hero of 

the forecastle. Z.F.sCb i 

A iloiy of <he United SUCes Navy from 17H to 
the close of the War of 1812. 

Brady, Cyrus T., eA'tcr. Sea stories. [Voung 

folks' library.] Z.4ac ai.a.13 

Brant, Joseph, Mohawk chief. Eggleston and 

Sbelye Brant and Red Jacket. Z.3obabi 
Brasscy, Annie, Lady. Around the world in 

the yacht "Sunbeam." Z.iob 19.1 

Brave baby, Wiltse. Z.F.aiw a 

Brave deeds. Trowbridge, Z.40C ai.i.ia 

Brave Heart Elizabeth. TuoiiPsoN. 

Z.P.6t9 
Brearley, Harry C. Animal secrets told. 

Z.iool 5.1 
Brenda. Reed. Z.F.3r i 

Brereton, Frederick S. The dragon of 

Pekin; a tale of the Boxer revolt. 

Z.F.5ab I 

— A gallant grenadier; a tale of the Crimean 
War, Z.F.59b 9 

— In the King's service; a tale of Crom- 
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Brereton, Frederick S. (Confmued.) 

— Under the Spangled Banner; a tale of the 
Spanish-American War. Z,P.5ab4 

— With shield and a.ssegai; a tale of the 
Zulu War. Z.F-sabs 

Brewster, Edwin T. A child's guide to 
living things. Z.iooag.! 

Brewster, Frances S. When mother was a 
little girl. Z.F.39b i 

BTiEgs, Lilian M., editor. Noted speeches of 
George Washington, John Adams and 
Patrick Henry. Z.4ob 19.1 

Brigham, Albert P. From trail to railway 
through the Appalachians. Z.aopia.a 

— Geographic influences in American his- 
tory. Z.am la.i 

British Isles in pictures. Baknarp. Z.ioba?.! 
Brooke, L. Leslie. Golden goose book. 

Z.I 30a 3.a 

— Three little pigs and Tom Thumb, 

Z.i3oa3-i 
Brooks, Edward. Story of King Arthur and 
the Knights of the Table Round. 

Z.40h3S.i 

— Story of the <Eneid. Z.4oh35.a 

— Story of the Iliad. Z^obss^ 

— Story of the Odyssey. Z^oh 35,4 
Brooks, Elbridge S. Boy of the First 

Empire. Z.F.iSbi 

— Century book for young Americans. 

Z.aok 3.1 

— Century book of famous Americans. 

Z.aoas.t 

— Century book of the American Revolu* 
tion. Z.aoc %.i 

— Chivalric days. Z.i5a3.3 

— The godson of Lafayette. Z.P.i8b3 

Time of Eteazer Willlsma. knovn as "The 
Daophfo." 

— Great men's sons. Z.goaS.i 

— Heroic happenings, Z.i5a3.i 
—-Historic Americans, Z.3oa8.2 

— Historic boys; their endeavors, their 
achievements and their times, Z.30a8.3 

— Historic girls; stories of girls who have 
influenced the history of thei ' 



Knickerbocker New York. Z.F.iSb? 

— Master of the Strong Hearts; a story of 
Custer's last rally. Z.F.i8b4 

— A son of the Revolution. Z.F.iSbs 

— Storied holidays; a cycle of historic red- 
letter days. Z.P.i8ba 

— Stories of the old Bay State. Z.3oma.3 

— The story of New York. Z.30m4.3 

— The story of our war with Spain. 

Z.30fa.i 

— The story of the American Indian; his 
origin, development, decline and destiny. 

Z.aog 3.1 

— The story of the American sailor, 

Z.3oh I.I 

— The story of the American soldier. 

Z.9oh 15.1 

— The story of the nineteenth century. 

Z.i5a4-i 
— The true story of Abraham Lincoln. 

Z.wb 3I 9 

— The true story of Benjamin Franklin, 

Z.30b sf 3 

— The true Story of Columbus. Z.3ob 3c 5 



Brooks, Elbridge S. (CoHlinued.) 

— The true story of George Washington. 

Z^ob tw a 

— The true story of Lafayette. Z.3obali 

— The true story of U. S. Grant. Z.sobaga 

— With Lawton and Roberts; a boy's ad- 
ventures in the Philippines and the 
Transvaal. Z.F.i8b6 

Brooks, Eva C. Francisco, our little Ar- 
gentine cousin, Z.t<4 3.t 

Brooks. Geraldine. Dames and daughters 
of tne young republic. Z.3oag.i 

Brooks, Martha C. How Marjory helped, 
Z.F.30b I 

Brooks, Noah. Abraham Lincoln. Z.3ob 3I > 

— The boy emigrants. Z.F.igb i 

— The boy settlers. Z.F.igb 3 

— The boys of Fairport. Z.F.igb 4 

— First across the continent, Z.aop40.i 
—r- Lem, a New England village boy. 

Z.F.igb 3 

— Men of achievement: statesmen. Z.30a3O.i 

— The story of Marco Polo, Z.3ob4p i 
Brooks and brook basins. Fhye. Z.100C3.1 
Brothers and sisters. Brown. Z.F.47b a 
Brothers in fur. White. ^ Z.F.aowG 
Brothers of pity. Ewing. Z.F.iicg 
Brown, Abbie F. The book of saints and 

friendly beasts. Z.3oa7g.i 

— Brothers and sisters. Z.F.47&a 

— The flower princess. Z.F.47b5 

— Fresh posies; rhymes to read and pieces . 
Co speak. Z^4oe 3.3 

— Friends and cousins. Z.F.^7b3 

— In the days of giants. Z,4on7.3 

— John of the woods. Z.F47b4 

— The lonesomest doll. Z.F47bG 

— A pocketful of posies. Z.4oe3.i 

— The star jewels and other wonders. 

Z.F.47b 1 

— Their city Christmas. Z.F.47b3 
Brown, Abbie F., and J. M. Bell. Tales of 

the Red Children. Z.90g4.t 

Brown, Alice. One-footed fairy, and other 

stories. Z.F45bl 

— The secret of the clan, Z.F^sba 
Brown, Bertha M. Health in home and 

town. Z.6oa t3.i 

Brown, Colin C. Children of China. 

Z.iof 3.g 
Brown, Elizabeth V., compiler. Stories of 

childhood and nature. Z.ioos i.i 

— Stories of woods and fields, Z.ioos 1,2 
Brown, Helen D. Her sixteenth year. 

Sequel CO Ltlllc Miss Phoebe Gay. Z.F.4ab I 

— Little Miss Phoebe Gay. Z.F.42b a 

— Two college girls. Z.F.42b3 
Brown, John, M.D. Marjorie Fleming. (In 

Rab and his friends.) Z.P.43b i 

— Rab and his friends. Z.P.<(3b i 
Brown, Kate L. The plant baby and its 

friends. Z.ioot 3.1 

Brown fairy book. Lahc, Z.F.slg 

Browne, Edith A. Greece. [Peeps at many 

lands.] Z.ioh5.a 

— Spain, [Peeps at many lands.] Z.toh 6.18 

— Tea. [Peeps at industries,] Z.soa ag.3 
Browne, Frances. Granny's wonderful 

chair. Z.F.46b i 

— The wonderful chair and the tales it told. 

Z.F.4a3 
Browne, Lewis A. Indian fairy tales, 

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Browne Patrick W. Where the fiahers go: 
the story of Labrador. Z.aops.i 

Brownies abroad. Cox. Z.tapt 3.i 

Brownies and other tales. Ewing. Z.F.iieo 
Brownies around the world. Cox. Z.i3oa 3.a 
Brownies at home. Cox. Z.isoa a^ 

Brownies in the Philippines. Cox. Z.i3oa 3.5 
Brownies' latest adventures. Cox. Z.isoa 3.8 
Brownies, their book. Cox. Z.isoaa.fi 

BTowning, Elizabeth Barrett. The Brown- 
ings for the young. Edited by F. G, 
Kenyon. Z,4oe5-r 

Browning, Robert. The Brownings for the 
young. Edited by F. G. Kenyon. 

Z.40ts-i 
Browning, Robert. Bolton. Famous Eng- 
lish authors. Z-soas-s 
BrownsL.The. Smith. Z.F.igi 16 



- . - Z.F.aib3 

— Laughter and tears. Z.F.aib i 

— The madcap set at St. Anne's. Z.F.aib 4 
— The sealed packet; a story for girls. 

Z.F.flib 5 

— Seven of us; or, stories for girls and boys. 

Z.P.aib a 
Brush, Mdry E. Paul and Fersis. Z.F.36b I 
Bryant, Anna B. The Christmas cat. 

« Z.F.33h I 

Bryant, .L^rinda M. Famous pictures of 

real boys and girls. Z.iaoa la.i 

Bryant. William Cullen. Complete poetical 

works. Z.4oe 4,1 

Brjant, William Cullen. Cody. Four 

American poets. Z.3oai6.i 

— Matthews. Introduction to American 
literature. Z,4oa 13.1 

— Wbight. Children's stories of American 
literature. Vol. i. Z.3oa67.i 

Bryce, Catherine T. The child-lore dramatic 
reader. Z.4od3.i 

Bryce, Catherine T., editor. Fables from 
afar. Z.igocs&a 

Bryson, Mary I. Child life in Chinese 
homes. Z.iof a.i 

BuUer, Edward T. Experimental electricity. 

Buccaneers and pirates of our coasts. Stock- 
ton. Z.aoa 35.3 
Bnchan, John. Sir Walter Raleigh. 

Z.sofaTra 

Buck Jones at Annapolis. Hobson. Z.F.ash i 

Buckley, Elsie F. Children of the dawn: 

old tales of Greece. Z^ohsi.i 

Builders of our country. Southworth. 

Z.aob 16.1 
Building the nation. Coffin. Z.aoa 47.1 

Bulfinch, Thomas. Age of chivaliy. 

Z4ob&4 

— Age of fable. Z^ob 8.1 

— Legends of Charlemagne; or, romance of 
the Middle Ages. Zjv^S.3 

Bull, Jacob B. Frldtjof Nansen. Z.3ob in i 

Bullen, Frank T. Cruise of the Cachalot 

round the world after sperm whales. 

Z.iob I I.I 

— Frank Brown, sea apprentice. Z.F.sob t 
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward G. E. L., Baron 

Lytton. Harold, the last of the Saxon 



Bulwer-LyttMi, Edward G. E. L. (CoHtmutd.) 
— The last of the barons. Z.F.38b3 

Bunny stories. Jewktt. Z.F.igj x 

Bunyan, John. The pilgrim's progress 

from this world to that which is to come. 
Z.40C 17-1 
Burgess, J. T. Knots, ties and splices. 

Z,50b3.i; 
Burgess, Thornton W. Old Mother West 

Wind. Z.F.3ob i 

Burma. Cabpentbr. Asia. Z.iofi.31 



— Redway. All around Asia. Z.iofi.i6 
Burnett, Frances H. Editha's burglar. 

Z.F.4ob I 

— Little Lord Fauntleroy. Z.F^obj 

— The one I knew the best of all. Z.3ob5bi 

— Sara Crewe, Little Saint Elizabeth, and 
other stories. Z.4ob3 

— Secret garden. Z.F.40b4 
Burrell, Caroline B. A little cook book for 

a little girl. Z.saij.i 

— Saturday mornings; or. How Margaret 
learned to keep bouse. Z.50f t.I 

Burroughs, John. Bird stories from Bur- 
roughs. Z.I00P5.I 

— Birds and bees. Z.100B4.1 
— - Squirrels and other fur-bearers. Z.ioob 8.1 
Burroughs, John, edilor. Songs of Nature. 

Z^oe&i 

Burt, Mary E. The story of the German 

Iliad. Z.4oh 85.1 

Burt, Mary E., editor. Little nature studies. 

Z.130C 39.1 

— Poems that every child should know. 

Z.4oe7.r 

Burt, Mary E., and Z. A. Ragozin. Herakles, 

the hero of Thebas. Z.4ob85.3 

— Odysseus, the hero of Ithaca. Z.40h85.3 
Burton, Alma H. Four American patriots: 

Patrick Henry; Andrew Jackson; Alex- 
ander Hamilton; Ulysses S. Grant. 

Z.3oa4.i 

— The story of the Indians of New England. 

Z.90g33.I 

Burwell, Letitia M. A girl's life in Vii^inia 
before the war. Z.30b 6b i 

Bush-boys. Mayme Reid. Z.F41 1 

Business. Caknegie. Business. [Vocations.] 
Z^oc 3a.t^ 
^Cl.abk. Our business boys. Z.Soa&i 

— EuERY. Every-day business. Z.3ok38.i 
Butler, James. Stories of the great feasts of 

our Lord. Z.goc4.i 

Butterilies, Holland. The butterfly book. 

Z.ioom 16.1 

— ScuDDBR. Every-day butterflies. 

Z.ioom 9.1 

The life of a butterfly'. Z.ioc»ng.3 

Butterfly hunters in the Caribbees. Aakon. 
Z.iot8.t 
Butterworth, Hezekiah. The boys of Green- 
way Court; a tale of the early days of 
Washington. Z.F.38b a 

— The knight of liberty; a tale of the for- 
tunes of Lafayette. Z.F.aBb 4 

— The patriot schoolmaster. Z.F,38b3 

— The treasure ship. Z.F.sSfa i 

— The wampum belt. Z.F.38b5 

— Zigzag journeys in Acadia and New 
France. Z.sop 304 

— Zigzag journeys in Australia. Z.iods.i 



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Butterworth, Hezektah. fConHmitd.) 
^Zigzag: journeys in classic lands. 

Z.ioh 1.18 

— Zigzas journeys in India. Z.tof i.ig 

— Zigzag journeys in northern lands. 

Z.ioh 1.11 

— Zig:£ag journeys in the antipodes. 

Z.iof I.3G 
^ Zigzag journeys in the British Isles. 

Z.iok 31.1 

— Zigzag journeys in the great Northwest. 

Z.am 30-5 

— Zigzag journeys in the Levant. Egypt 
and ilie Holy Land. Z.iogiS.i 

— Zigzag journeys in the Occident. 

Z.aop 30.6 

— Zigzag journeys in the Orient. Z.ioh 1.17 

— Zigzag journeys in the sunny South. 

Z.aop ao.3 

— Zigzag journeys on the Mediterranean. 

Z.iob 1.16 

— Zigzag journeys on the Mississippi. 

Z.aop 30. 1 

Bnxton, R. M. Wilmot-. Stories from old 

Fronch ruuiancc. Z4oh64.a 

— Slorit'S of early England. Z.isk 6.1 

— Stiirii's of Norse heroes. Z.4oh64.i 

— Wales. [ I'ecps at many lands.] Z.iokss.i 
Bui. Nobl. Z.toonLia.i 
By England's aid. Henty. Z.F.ishag 
By land and sea. Z.ioai.i 
By pike and dyke. Henty. Z.F.t5h4 
By right of conquest. Hknty. Z.F.ishj? 
Cab and caboose. Munroe. Z.F.34m2 
Cabin boys. Sfillman. Z.F.43B i 
Cabot, Ella L., compiler. Ethics for children. 

Z.8oa3.i 

Cabot, John, and Sebastian. Bacon. The 

boy's Hakluyt. Z.aob a.t 

— Dickson. From the Old World to the 
New. Z.aobaa.s 

— FiSKE. The discovery of America. 

Z.aob 31 -I 

— FkosT. Half-hours with the early ex- 
Z.iob 3.1 

Tales of the pathfinders. 

Z.aob 39.3 

— Griffis. Romance of discovery. Z.iob8.i 

— HiGGiNSuN. Book of American explorers. 

Z.3ob 97.3 

— Lucia. Stories of American discoverers. 

Z.acb33.i 

— MowiiY. First steps in the history of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— SouTuwoRTH. Builders of our country. 
Book I. Z.3abi(i.i.i 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. Z.A0C3i.3.g 
Cflddell, Cecilia M. Tales of the festivals. 

Z,F.a4c I 

C«det days. King. Z.F.8k4 

Cadet Standish of the St. Louis. Dryedale. 

Z.F.33d 3 

Caesar, Caius Julius. Abbott, History of 

Julius Caesar. Z-sob ic 3 

— Clarke. Story of Caesar. Z.30bici 

— Fakuer. Boys' book of famous rulers. 

Z.3oa 17.1 

— Sbakespeabe. Julius Caesar. Z.4ac 14.10 
Caffin, Charles H. A child's guide to 

pictures. Z.iaoas-i 

Caged lion. Vohge. Z.F.176 

Cake and the Easter egg. ScauiD. Z.P.a3Si 



Jul 



Caldwell, Frank. Wolf the storm leader. 
Z.F.30C I 

California. Drake. The making of the 
great West. Z.3om&7 

— FiHCK. Pacific coast scenic tour. 

Z.aop as. I 

— Hunt. California the golden. Z.sotnfi.io 

— Jackson. Ramona. [Fiction.] Z.F.3J4 

— King. Picturesque geographical readers. 
. Vol. 5. Z.ioa 33.1.5 

— MuNROE. The golden days of '49. J Fiction.] 

Z'.F.34m 13 

— Snedden. Docas, the Indian boy of Santa 
Clara. Z.30g i&i 

— WiGGiN. A summer in a canon, [Fiction.] 

Z.P.a4w I 

— WiNTERBURN. The Spanish in the south- 
west. Z.aob II. I 

CaUdiiB, Franklin W. Two wilderness 
voyagers. Z.aog 5.1 

Callaway, Frances B. Studies for letters. 

Z.Mtas.! 

Callcott, Maria D. Little Arthur's history 
of England. Z.iok36.i 

Calliflta. Newman. Z.F.an i 

Calthrop, H. C. H. Paladin and Saracen; 
stories from Ariosto. Z.4ohg6.i 

Calvert of Maryland. Kaler. Z.aob 34.6 

Camp, Walter C. American fooftall. 

Z.7obs.i 

— Jack Hall at Yale. , Z.F.ac a 

— Old Ryerson. Z.F.ac 3 

— The substitute. Z.F.3CI 
Camp, Walter C, and Lorin F. Deland. 

Football. Z.7ob 5.3 

Camp and trail. Hornibrook, Z.F.iSh i 

Camp-fire of Mad Anthony. Touunson. 

Z.F.i3t I 
Camp Venture. Eccleston. Z.F.7e 5 

Campbell, Helen. American girl's home 

book of work and play. Z.7od8.i 

— The story of little Jan the Dutch boy. 

Z.iobs.g 

— The story of little Konrad the Swiss boy. 

Z.ioh7.i5 

Campbell,J. G. E., Marquis of Lame. Canadian 

pictures. Z.aop 37.1 

Camping on the St. Lawrence. Tohlinson. 

Z.F.i3t 8 

Camping out. Adams. Harper's Outdoor 

book. Z.7ob3.i 

— Barbouk. Four in camp. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.5b 7 

— Beard. The boy pioneers. Z.7ob 1.6 
Field and forest handy book, Z. 70b 1.3 

— Bond. The scientific American boy. 

Z.70b 3.1 

— Easi.. School team in camp. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ie 3 

— Gibson, H. W. Camping for boys. 

Z.7oh lai 

— Gibson, W. H. Camp lite in the woods. 

Z.7ob 7.1 

— Ghinnem. and Swan. Harper's Camping 
and scouting. Z.7ob3.3 

— HoRNiUHOOK. Camp and trail. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i8h I 

— Jefferies. Bevis, the story of a boy. 

Z.F.I3J I 

— Kf.phart. The book of camping and 
scouting, Z.Tob 33.1 

— Richards. The Merry weathers. [Fiction.] 

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Campiag out. (CoHlinued.) 

— Sandys. Sportsman "Joe." Z.P.398 r 

— Skton. Book of woodcraft and Indian 
lore. Z^bia.3 

Two little savages. .Z.F.iata 

— ToMLiHSON. Camping on the St. Law- 

rence. (Fiction.] Z.F.iatS 

— WicciN. Summer in a canon. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a4w J 

Campmatea. Munkoe. Z.F..a4iB34 

Camps and firesides of the Revolution. 

H/lrt and Hill, Z.aoc 7,1 

Can you believe me stories. Aspinwali. 

Z.F.iaa 3 
Caaada. 

See alao North America. 

— Bealby. Canada. Z.aop a.i 

— Campbell. Canadian pictures drawn with 
pen and pencil. Z.aopa?.! 

— Carpenter. North America. Z.aop 18.1 

— Chamberlain. North America. Z.aop35.i 

— CoE. Our American neighbors. Z.aop 35.1 

— Drake. The taking of Louisburg, 1745. 

Z.aob 39.1 

— FiNcK. Pacific coast scenic tour. 

Z.aop aa.! 

— Geokge. Little journeys to Alaska and 
Canada. Z.aoD^i 

— Gordon. Glengarry school days. JFic- 
tion.] Z.F.6? I 

— Henty. With Wolfe in Canada. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.ishi9 

— Herbebtson. North America. Z.aop 38.1 

— Johnson. A history of the French War, 
ending in the conquest of Canada. 

Z.aoc I3-I 

— King. This continent of ours. Z.ioaaa.i.a 

— MacDonald, Marjorie, our little Canadian 

— McDonald and Dalrvmflb. Betty in 
Canada. Z.aop 33.1 

— Machar. Stories of New France. 

Z.aap ii.i 

— Maksvat. Settlers in Canada. [Fiction.] 

z.F.34m 3 

— Plummer. Roy and Ray in Canada. 

Z.aop 9.1 

— Rbid. Young voyageurs. [FictionJ 

Z.F4r6 

— Roberts. Comrades oi the trails. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.8r I 

— Tomlinson. Camping on the St. Law- 
rence. [Fiction.l ■ Z.F.i3tB 

Caaah. Allen. Industrial studies. [Water- 
ways and railroads.] Z.aop i.i 

— Barstow. Progress of a united people. 
[Panama canal.] Z.aoa45.5 

— . Brassey. Around the world in the yacht 
Sunbeam. [Suez canal.] Z.iob la.i 

— Brigham. From trail to railway. [Erie 
canal] Z.aop la.a 

— Geographic influences in American his- 
tory. (Erie canal,] Z.aop ai.i 

— Brooks. Story of New York. [Erie 
canal.] Z.aom4.a 

— Carpenter. North America. Z.aop iB.i 

— Chamberlain. How we travel. [Canals 
of Venice.] Z.soag.i 

North America. [Panama canal.] 

Z.aop 35.1 

•~ Drake. Making of the Ohio valley states. 

(Eric canal] Z.2om44 



Canals. (Contmud.) 

— George. A little journey to Mexico and 
Central America. [Panama canalj 

Z.10I54 

— — Little journeys to Holland, Belgium 
and Denmark. [Dutch canals.] Z.tiMis.^ 

— Hall. Panama and the canal. Z.tol 17.1 

— King. Advanced geography. Z.ioa&a 

— MoWRV. American inventions and in- 
ventors. Z^soaaci . 

— RocBELEAU. Geography of commerce and 
industry. Z.toa 15.1 

— — Great American industries. Trans- 
portation. ^-S?" 3(>>i-4 

Canary bird. Schmid. Z.F.a3S 3 

Canavan, Michael J. Ben Comee; a tale of 
Roger'a Rangers. Z.F.SC t 

Canfidd, Dorothy, and others. What shall 
we do now? Zjod?.! 

Canfield, Henry S. The boys of the Rincon 
Ranch. Z.F.13C i 

Canfield, WiHiain W. At Seneca Castle. 

Z.P.36ca 

— The White Seneca. Z.F.aCci 
Canoe and boat building. Stephens. 

Z.70G 3.1 
Canoe handling. Vaux. Z.;ob 14.1 

Canoemates. Munroe. Z.F.a4m a6 

Canterbury chimes. Storr and Turner. 

Z4oca5.3 
Canton, William. A child's book of war- 
riors. Z.i5a 13.1 
^The true annals of fairy land. The reign 
of King Herla. Z.F.aac t 
Captain Cbap. Stockton. Z.F.33B i 
Captain Jantiat?. Ricbards. Z.F.iir i 
CapUin John Smith. Jehks. Z.jobCai 
Captain of the crew. Barboub. Z.F.sb a 
Captain of the school team. Earl. Z.F.ies 
Captain Sam. Egglestoh. Z.P.7e I 
"Captains courageous." Kipling Z.F,iak4 
Captains of industry. Paston. Z.soa 89.1 
Captured by the Navajos. Curtis. Z.F.36C i 
Captured Santa Claus. Page. Z.F.i8p3 
Careers of danger and daring. Mopfett. 

Z.5oa4.i 
Careless Jane. K. Pyle. Z.4oe4i-i 

Carnegie, Andrew, editor. Business. [Voca- 
tions.] Z.40C 33.1.4 
Camot, Maurus. A pilgrim from Irelatid. 

Z.F.5C I 
Carovg, F. W. The story without an end. 

Z.F.16C I 
Carpenter, Edmund J. Long ago in Greece. 

Z^obg.! 
Carpenter, Frank G. Africa. Z.icw i.i 

— Asia. Z.ioti.ai 

— Australia. Z.iod 4.1 

— Europe. Z.iob 1.9 

— How the world is clothed. Z.soaa.a 

— How the world is fed. Z.soaa.! 

— How the world is housed. Z.5oBa.3 

— North America. Z.aop 18.1 

— South America. Z.iot4.i 
Carpenter, Frank O, Foods and their uses. 

Z.5od4.i 
Carpenter, Kate E. The story of Frederick 

the Great for boys. Z.3ob af i 

Carpentry. Adams. Harper's Indoor book 

for boys. Z.7od9.i 

— BowBH. How to make common things. 

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Carpeatrj. (Continued.) 

— Foster. Elementary wood work. Z.5OC3.1 

— Hall. Boy craftsman. Z.7oa8.i 
^ — The handy boy. 2.7088.3 

— Moore. Manual training toys. Z^oc 13.1 

— Seldbh, Elementary woodwork. Z.5oc3.t 

— Waits. A boy's workshop. Z.^M i6.t 

— Wheeler. Woodworking for beginners. 

Z.soc8.a 

— Wood- WORKING tools: how to use them. 

Z.sab S.I 
Canin^ton, H. B., editor. Beacon lights of 
patriotism. Z^40a 7.1 

Carroll, Lewis. See Doi^on, C. L. 
"Carrota." Molesworth. Z.F.aom 3 

Carrvl, Charles E. The admiral's caravan. 
Z.F.4C 3 

— Davy and the goblin. Z.F.4C i 
Carson, Kit. Abbott. Christopher Carson. 

Z.3ob 3C 1 

— Barstow. Westward movement. Z.3oa4S.4 

— Hough. The way to the West. Z.3op 10.3 

— Johnston. Famous scouts. Z.3oa3^.i 

— Perry and Beebe. Four American pio- 
neers. Z.3oa63.i 

Carter, M. H., comber. About animals: re- 
told from St. Nicholas. Z.100I47.1 

— Bear stories; retold from St. Nicholas. 

Z.iool 47-3 

— Cat stories: retold from St. Nicholas. 

Z.iool 47.3 

Cary, Alice, and Phoebe Cary. Ballads for 

little folk. Z.4oe8.i 

— Poetical works. Z.ioe8.9 
Cassell's complete book of sports and pas- 
times. Z^Toa 3.1 

Cast away in the cold. Hayes. Z.F.34I1 1 
Castaways of Pete's Patch. Rankin. 

Z.F.i3r 2 
Cutle Blair. Shaw. Z.F.3SS 3 

Castle of Zion. Hodges. Z.9obii.4 

Cat, The. Hunt. Z.F.sih i 

Cat of Bubastes; a tale of ancient Egypt. 

Hehty. Z.F.isn5 

Cat stories. Carter. Z.iool 47-3 

Cat stories. Jackson. Z.F.3J 1 

Cathedrals. Grierson. The children's book 

of En^ish minsters. Z.iok3.3 

— Lord. Tales from Canterbury Cathedral. 

Z.iok 13.1 

Tales from St. Paul's Cathedral. 

Z.iok 13.3 

— — Tales from Westminster Abbey. 

Z.iok 1^.3 

— Marshall. Stories of the cathedral cities 
of England. Z.iok lo.i 

Catherwood, Mary H. Heroes of the middle 
West: the French. Z.aam6.a 

— Roclq' Fork. Z.F.37C i 
Catlin, George. The boy's Catlin. Z.aog 16.1 
Cattle ranch to college. Doubleday. 

Z.F.i6d I 

Celtic fairy tales. Jacobs. Z.F.4J 3 

Century book for young Americans. Brooks. 

Z.3ok 3.1 

Century book of famous Americans. Brooks. 

Z.90a 5.1 

Century book of the American colonies. 

Brooks. Z.3oc 3.3 

Century book of the American Revolution. 

Brooks. Z.30C 3.1 



Cervantes Saxvedra, Miguel de. The ad- 
ventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha. 
Z.F.3C 3 

Ceylon. Allen. Children of the palm 
lands- Z.iod i.i 

— Brasssy. Around the world in the 
yacht "Sunbeam." Z.i6b 19.1 

— Clark. Ceylon. [Peeps at many lands..] 

Z.iof 1.17 

Chsmberlaio, James F. Ho we are clothed. 

Z.ioa5.3 

— How we are fed. Z.5oa9.3 

— How we are sheltered. Z.5oag.4 

— How we travel. " Z.soag.i 
Chamberlain, James F., and Arthur H. 

Chamberlain. Europe. Z.ioh 1.13 

— North America. Z.am3&.i 
Chance, Lulu M. Little folks of many lands. 

. ' Z.ioa39.i 
Chance for himself. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t is 
Chandler, Katherine. In the reign of 

Coyote. Z.4oh 15.1 

Chaiming, Edward. A short history of the 

United States for school use. ' Z.30a 6.T 
Chapin, Anna A. Konigskinder. Z.F.15C i 

— Story of the Rhinegold. Z.4ohB3.i 

— Wonder tales from Wagner. Z.40I183.3 
Chapin, Frederick H. The land of the cliff- 
dwellers. ^-^ ^1 

Chaplet of pearls. Yonge. Z.P.iy 5 

Chaplin, Fannie P., and Frances A. Hum- 
plirey. Little folks of other lands. 

Z.ioa 30.1 
Cha^tnan, Frank M. Bird-life. Z.ioop4.t 

— Bird studies with a camera. Z.iow 4.3 
Chapman, John J. Four plays for children. 

Z4od 3S-I 

— Neptune's Isle and other plays for diil- 
dren. Z.4od35.3 

Chareel Fenn. ■ Z.F.Ms 

CbaTlemagne. Bulfinch. Legends of 

Charlemagne. Z.4oha3 

— Church. Stories of Charlemagne and the 
Twelve Peers of France. Z.4otl 10.1 

— Lansing. Barbarian and noble. Z.ija 17.1 

— Schmidt. Charlemagne. Z.aob gc i 
Charles I,, of England. Abbott. History 

of King Charles I., of England. Z.aob 6c i 
Charlie Bell. Kellocc. Z,F.4k4 

Charming Sally. 'Kaler. Z.F.iks 

Chase, A., and E. Clow. Stories of industry. 
Z.5oa ia.i 
Chase, Jessie A. Maykon. ZTF.sgci 

Chasing an iron horse. Robins. Z.F.isr i 
Chatelame of the roses. Egan. Z.F.3e a 
Chaucer, Geoffrey. Adaptations. Haweis. 

Chaucer for children. A golden key. 

Z.40C35.3 

— Stohr and Turner. Canterbury chimes; 
or, Chaucer tales retold for children. 

Z.40C 35.3 
Cheever, Harriet A. Little Miss Boston. 

Z.F.9C I 
Chemistry. Holden. The sciences. 

Z.iooa3.i 

— Jenks. Chemistry for young people. 

Z.ioof3.i 

— Russell. Science at home. Z.iooe lo.i 
Cheney, Clara E. Young folks' history of 

the Civil War. Z.aoe-J.i 

Chenoweth, Caroline V. D. Stories of the 

saints. Z.goc 5.1 



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Cherry tree children. Buusdell. Z.J30CI^ 
Cherubino, Eugeoio. Pinocchio in Africa. 
Z.P.31C I 



Child housekeeper. Colson and Chittenden. 
Z.sof 10.1 
Child life; a collection of poems. Whittier. 
Z.4oee6.3 
Child life fifth reader. Blaisdeli. Z.130C 1.5 
Child life; a first reader. Blaisdell. 

Z.130C I.I 
Child life in Chinese homes. Bryson. 

Z.iofa.t 

Child life in colonial days. Earlb. Z.aob 95.1 

Child life in Japan. Avrton. Z.iof3,3 

Child life in literature. A fourth reader. 

Blaisdelu Z.130C M 

Child life in mjiny lands. Third reader. 

Blaisdell. Z.I 30c 1.3 

Child life in tale and fable. Second reader. 

Blaisdell. Z.130C 1.9 

Child-lore dramatic reader. Brycb. 

Z.4od3.i 
Child to whom nohody was kind. Fabeb. 

Z.F.i7f I 
ChUd verse. Tabb. Z^oe96.i 

Child's book of warriors. Canton. Z.isa 13.1 
Child's day. Hutchinson. Z.Goa 13.1 

Child's garden of verses. Stevenson. 



Child's guide to American history. 



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Child's guide to pictures. Caffin. Z.iaoas. 
Child's harvest of verse. Tileston. 

Z^oe44.3 

Child's history of Westminster Abbey. 

Twining. Z.iok 19.1 

Child's rainy day book. Wbitb. Z.gob 3.1 

Childhood of Ji-shib, the Ojibwa. Jbnks. 

Z.30g 9.1 
Childhood of the world. Clood. Z.ioodi.i 
Children of China. Brown. Z.iof9.g 

Children of history. Hancock. Z.i5a30.i 
Children of Japan. Kelhan. Z.iof3.io 

Children of Mary. Spillmann. Z.F.4as3 
Children of the Arctic. Peary. Z.10C4.4 
Children of the Castle. Molesworth. 

Z.F.aom 7 
Children of the cold. Schwatka. Z.ioc 7.9 
Children of the dawn. Bucklbv. Z.40h3i.i 
Children of the New Forest. Marryat. 

Z.F4m I 
Children of the palm lands. Allen. 

Z.iod i.i 
Children of Westminster Abbey. Kingslby. 

Z.3oa84.i 
Children's book. Scudder. Z.F.695 

Children's book of art. Conway. Z.i9oa 4.1 
Children's book of Celtic stories. Grierson. 

Z.40C 5.3 
Chlidreo's book of Edinburgh. Grierson. 

Z.iok3.i 
Children's book of English minsters. 
Grierson. Z.iok 3.3 

Children's book of London. Mitton. 

Z.iok 8.1 
Children's book of poetry. Coates. 

Z.4oe 10.1 

Children's book of stars. Mitton. Z.ioob6.i 

Children's classics in dramatic form. 2 v. 

Stevenson, Z.4od 18.1 



Children's cmsade.- Gray. Z.ishi.io 

Children's dog book. Z.ioolii.i 

Children's garland from the best poets. 
Patuore. Z^oe 99.1 

Children's hour. See Tappan, Eva March. 

Children's Japan. Suite. Z.iof3.i6 

Children's London. Thorpe. Z.iok 33.1 

Children's stories in American history. 
Wright. Z.aob a6.j 

Children's stories in American literature. 
Wright. Z.3oa 67.1 

Children's stories in English literature. 2 v. 
Wright. Z^oa 75.1 

Children's stories of the great scientists. 
Wright. Z.3oa 67.* 

Children's tales from Scottish ballads. 
Grierson. "^-^ S-i 

Children's treasure trove of pearls. Tile- 
ston. Z.P.8t 1 

Children's treasury of lyrical poetry. Pal- 
grave. Z.4M3fi.i 

China. 

See alao AsU. 

— Barnard. How other people Jive. 

Z.ioami 

— Brown. Children of China. Z.iof 3.9 

— Bryson. Child life in Chinese homes. 

Z.I0f3.I 

— By land and sea. (In Chinese waters.] 

Z.ioa 1.1 

— George. Little journeys to China and 
Japan. Z.iof3.3 

— Gibson. In Eastern wonderlands. 

Z.iof 1.3 

— Headland. Chinese boy and girL 

Z.iof 9.4 
Our little Chinese cousin. Z.iof 9.5 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. Z.ioas&i 

— Hebbertson. Asia. Z.iof 1.6 

— Johnston. China. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.iof 9.2 

— Knox. Boy travellers in Japan and 
China. Z.iof3.g 

— Khout. Two girls in China. Z.iof 3.6 

— Lee. When I was a boy in China. 

Z.I0f9.It 

— Miller. Little people of Asia. Z.iof 1.13 

— Paine. The dragon and the Cross. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.6p4 

— Redway. All around Asia. Z.iof 1.16 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of 
other lands. [China; Korea.] Z.ioa34.i 

— Smith, H. A. Great cities of the modern 
world. [Pekin, Tientsin, etc.] Z.ioa 18.3 

— Smith, M. C. Life in Asia. Z.iof 1.8 

— Starr. Stranse peoples. Z.ioa ig.i 

— Toward the rising sun. Sketches of life 

in Eastern lands. Z.iof i.g 

— Van Bergen. The story of China. 

Z.iof 3.8 

Chisbohn, Louey, compter. The golden 

staircase. Z^oe73.i 

Chivalric days. Brooks. Z. 15a 3.3 

CAiVa/rv. 



— Amadis of Gaul. A knight errant. 

Z.4ohi38.i 

— BuLFiNCH. Age of chivalry. Z^oh8.4 

— Buxton. Stories from old French 
romances. Z.4ob64.3 

— CoLOMB. Days of chivalry: or, page, 
sijuiru and knight. Z.ish i.Ii 



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Chivalrj. (Contmued.) ■ 

— Dakton. a wonder book of old 

Z.F.3d I 

— Fhoissaht, Boy's Froissart. Z.ioh7.8 

— Greene and Kibk. With spurs of gold. 

Z.4oh 17.1 

^Heroes of chivalry. [Bayard and The 

Cid.] Z.3oa83.i 

— Lansing. Page, esquire and knight. 

Z.40h4i.a 

— MAITI.AND. Heroes of chivalry. Z.4oiiii6.t 

— Newbolt. Stories from Froissart. 

Z.iob 7-7 

— PvLE. Men of iron. [Fiction.] Z.F.ifipg 

— Tappan. When knights were bold. 

Z.1S* i&i 
Chodsko, Alexander. Fairy tales of the 

Slav peasants and herdsmen. Z.^ohfi.a 
Chris, the model maker. Stoddard. Z.F.33S i8 
Christ legends. Lagerlof. Z.90C8L1 

Christ story. Tappan. Z.goaa.3 

Cbristmas. Barstow. Explorers and settlers. 

[Christmas on the Mayflower.] Z.aoa45.I 

— DiER. Children's book of Christmas. 

Z.4ob 1 7. 1 

— Patten. The year's festivals. Z.40bg.i 

— St. Nicholas Christmas book. Z.V.39 t 

— ScHAUFFLER. Chfistmas! its origin, cele- 
bration and si^ificance. Z.4ob4.i 

— Sindelab. Christmas celebrations. 

Z.4od 31.1 

— Walsh. The story of Santa Klaus. 

Christmas. (In other lands.) Dies. The 
children's book of Christmas. Z.4ob 17.1 

— Genn. Rome. Z.ioh 6.g 

— George Little journey to France and 
Switzerland. P. 57. Z,iob7.3 

— — Little journey to Germany. P. 51. 

Z.ioh 3.1 
Little journeys to Hawaii and the 

Philippine Islands. Pp. 47. S3- Z.iodro.i 
— — Little journeys to Holland, Belgium 

and Denmark. P. 49, 91. Z.iob3.3 
Little journey to Mexico and Central 

America. P. 69. Z.iol 5.4 

— Jungman. Holland. Z.ioh 3.4 

— Koch. Little journeys to Russia and 
Austria-Hungary. P. 75. Z.ioh 4.3 

— L1DD1.E Sweden. Z.ioh 8.7 

— McDonald and Dalrymple. Fritz in 
Germany, Z.ioh 3.8 

— — Gerda in Sweden. Z.ioh 8.6 

— Omond. Belgium. Z.ioh 3.0 

— Randall. Little journey to Norway and 
Sweden. P. 94. Z.ioh 8.1 

— Scandlin. Hans the Eskimo. Z.1OC6.1 

— SiDOWiCK. Germany. Z.toh 9.5 

— SiBPEN. Berlin. Z.ioh a.ii 

— Thomson. Denmark. Pp. 34- Z.ioh 3.7 

— — Finland. Pp. 33, 7o- Z.ioh 4.3 

— Wade. Our little German cousin. 

Z.ioh 3.a 
Our little Italian cousin. Z.ioh fi.3 

— Williams. Paris. Z.iobT.14 
Cbristmas. (Stories.) Blodgett. When 

Christmas came too early. Z.F.Sba 

— Brown. Their city Christmas. Z.F47b a 

— Bryant. Christmas cat Z.F.33b i 

— Crothers. Miss Muffet's Christmas party. 

Z.F.33C I 

— Dickens. Christmas books. Z.F.Sd ti 



Cbristmas. (CcmHmitd.) 

Christmas carol. Z.F.Sd i 

— Field. Christmas tales and Christmas 
verse. Z.40C31.1 

— Gladden. Santa Qaus on a lark. 
Z.P.iog I 

_.'p.3th I 

— Irving. Old Christmas. Z.40C t&a 

— Jewbit. Betty Leicester's Christmas. 

Z.F.16J 4 

— Lagerlof. Christmas legends. Z.90C 8.1 

— Miller. Kristy's queer Christmas. 

Z.F.a5B I 

— MoLESWOKTH. Christmas Tree Land. 

Z.F.aomtt 

— Pace A captured Santa Claus. Z.P.iSp 3 
— — Santa Claus's partner. Z.F.1^6 
Tommy Trot's visit Jo Santa Claus. 

Z.F.i8p I 

— Plympton. The happy forest and its 
Christmas. ^-4^ ^' 

— Pyle. Christmas angel. Z.P.iGps 

— Robinson. A little Puritan's first Christ- 
mas. Z.P.i6r 5 

-Stein. A little shepherd of Provence. 
Z.F.isa I 

— Stuaet. Solomon Crow's Christmas 
pockets. Z.P.aas i 

— Thackeray, The rose and the ring. 

Z.F.4t I 

— Vah Dyke First Christmas-tree. 

Z.P.6T1 

— WiGGiN. Birds' Christmas Carol. 

Z.F.a4W 6 
Christmas angel. Pyle. Z.F.i6p 5 

Christmas carol. Dickens. Z.P.Sdi 

Chriattnas cat. Bryant. Z.F.ssb i 

Christmas every day. Howells. Z.P.aih 1 
Christmas poems. Neally. Z.4oe 93,1 

Cfaristtnas-Tree Land. Molesworth. 

Z.F.sofu II 

Chuck Pur^, Stoddaho. Z.F.33S3 

Chumley's Post. Stoddard. Z.F.33a4 

Church, Alfred J. The ^Ineid for boys and 

girls. Z.40h 104 

— The Crusaders. Z.F.i4ca 

— The faery queen and her knights: stories 
from Spenser. Z.4oh 10.5 

— Helmet and s^ear. Z.isbs.a 

— Heroes of chivalry and romance. 

Z.40h laii 

— The Iliad for boys and girls. Z.4oh 10.3 
■ — Lords of the world; a tale of the fall of 

Carthage and Corinth. Z.F.14C 3 

— Pictures from Greek life and story. 

Z.ish5.3 

— Pictures from Roman life and story. 

Z.iih6.a 

— Stories from English history, from Julius 
Caesar to the Black Prince. Z.iok43.i 

— Stories from Livy. Z.4ob 10,7 

— Stories from the Greek comedians. 

Z.4oh 10.10 

— Stories from the Greek tragedians. 1 

Z.4ob lo.g 

— Stories of the East from Herodotus. 



Z.ish 1.15 
Z.F.14C 5 



— Stories of the magicians. Z.F.14CS 

— Stories of the Old World. Z.4oh 10.3 

— Story of the Iliad. Z.4oh 10.S 

— Story of the Odyssey. Z.4oh 10.6 



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Church, Alfred J. (CotUmutd.) 

— Story of the Persian War from Herodo- 
tus. Z.i5fa 5.17 

~Three Greek children. Z.i5b5.i6 

Cid. Crouuelin. Famous legends. 

Z.4ah 16. 1 

— Heroes of chivalry. Z.goaSa.i 

— Pluuuer. Storiea from the Chronicle 
of the Cid. Z,3ob 8c r 

— Wilson. The story of the Cid. Z.aobacS 
Cinderella. Lanc. Z.i3ob 1.3 
Citizen Bird. Wright and Coues. Z.ioop 17.3 
Citizeasbip. Bovnton. School civics. 

Z.aok a,i 

— Brooks. Century book for young Ameri- 
cans. Z.»k3.i 

— Civic reader for new Americans. 

Z.3ok i8.r 

— Cleuent. Civil government. Z.3ok4.t 

— Dawes. How we are governed. Z.aok ay.i 

— Dole. The American citizen. Z.aok 14-1 

— — The young citizen, Z.aok 14.3 

— Fiske. Civil government. Z.aok 15.3 

— Gabfibld. Public service. [Vocations.] 

Z.40C 33.1.6 

— GuiTTEAlT. Preparing for citizenship. 

Z.aok 99.1 
.^HiLL. Lessons for junior citizens. 

Z.aok 9.1 

— HoxiE. How the people rule. Z.aok 8.1 

— Jakes and Sahford. Our government, 
local, state and national. Z.aok ai.i 

— JuDSON. The young American. Z.aok ici 

— MowRY. Elements of civil government. 

Z.aok 33.1 

— NoRDHOFP. Politics for young Ameri- 
cans. Z.aok I7-I 

• — Reinsch. Civil government. Z.aok 14.1 
— — The young citizen's reader. Z.aok 16.3 

— RiCHMAK and Wallach. Good citizen- 
ship. Z.aok 30.1 

— Robert. Primer of parliamentary law. 

— Ship of state. Zlaokii.i 

— Strong and Schafeh. The government 
of the American people. Z.aok6.i 

— WiLLARD. City government for young 
people. Z.aok la.i 

Civil War stories. Retold from St. Nicholas. 

Z.aoe 4.1 

Clark, Alfred. Ceylon. [Peeps at many 

lands.] Z.iofi.17 

Clark, Francis E. Our business boys. 

Z.8aa6.i 

Clark, Henry H. Boy life in the United 

States Navy. Z.F,i7c i 

— Joe Bently, naval cadet. Z,F.i7ca 

Sequel to Boy lire in the United States Kary. 



Claudy, Carl H. The battle of base-ball. 
Z.7ob 30.I 

Clean Peter and the children of Grubbylea. 
Adelborg. Z.i3oa 8.1 

Cleared for action, Allen. zS.7a 3 

Clemens, Samuel L. (Mark Twain.) Ad- 
ventures of Huckleberry Finn. Z.F.IQc 3 

■^The prince and the pauper. Z.F.igc i 

— Tom Sawyer. Z.F.igc 3 

— Travels at home. [Selections.] Z.40C33.1 



Clement, Clara E. An outline history of 

architecture. Z.isoa 6.1 

— < An outline history of painting. Z.tsoa 6,9 

— An outline history of sculpture. Z,iaoaG,3 
Clement, R. E. Civil government. Z.aok 4.1 
Cliff climbers. Mayne Reid. Z.F.4r3 
Clocks of Rondaine. Stockton. Z.F.sass 
Clodd, Edward. The childhood of the world. 
Clothing. Carpenter. How the world is 

clothed. Z.soaa.a 

— Chamberlain. How we are clothed. 

Z.icu ^3 

— Keller and Bishop. Commercial and m- 
dustrial geography. Z.toa40.i 

— Lydb. Man and his markets. Z.l<M^.x 

— MoRKis. Home life in all lands. Z.ioa&i 

— MowRY. American inventions and in- 
ventors. Z.5oa3o.i 

— Skeat. The past at our doors, Z.ioa3i.3 
Clover. WooLSEY. Z.F.iSw i 
Clyde. Anna M., and Lillian Wallace. 

Through the year. Z.130C 33.1 

Coal and coal mines. Greene Z.5oa i7'a 
Coatea, H. T., compiler. The children's book 

of poetry. Z.4oe rai 

Coburn, Claire il. Our little Swedish 

cousin. Z.toh8.3 

Cochrane, Charles H. The wonders of 

modern mechanism. Z.50C13.1 

Cochrane, Robert. The romance of industry 

and invention, Z.soa lo.i 

Cochrane, Robert, editor. Four hundred 

animal stories. Z,iool)3.i 

Cock-a-doodle Hill. Haines. Z.F.jh a 

Codd, Margaret J. With Evans to the 

Pacific. Z.aofa 13.1 

Cody, Alpheus S, Four American poets r 

Bryant, Longfellow, Whittier, Holmes, 

Z.30a 16. 1 

Cody, William F, The adventures of Buffalo 

Bill. Z.30g 33.1 

Coe, Fanny E. Modern Europe, Z.roh 1.3 

— Our American neighbors. Z.30p35.i 
Co^ Fanny E,, editor. Heroes of everyday 

life. Z.3oa 10.1 

— A school reader. Grades 3, 4. 

Z.130C 30.3,4 

Coffin, Charles Carleton. Abraham Lincoln. 

Z.3ob3lii 

— Boys of '76. Z.aoc e.i 

— Boys of '61. Z.aoe 3.1 

— Building the nation. Z.3oa47.i 

— Daughters of the Revolution. Z.P.toca 

— Drum-beat of the nation. Z.aoe 3.3 
' — Freedom triumphant. Z.aoe 3.5 

— Marching to victory. Z.aoe 3.4 

— Old times in the Colonies. Z.soh 3.1 

— Redeeming the republic. Z.aoe 3.3 

— Winning his way. Z.F.ioc i 
Cohen, Emily G, Solis-. David the giant 

killer and other tales. Z.gob I3.i 

Coleman, Helen, Little travelers around 

the world. Z.ioaa.j 

Collecting. Chagin. Our insect friends and 

foes. Z.ioom 15.1 

— Duncan. The seashore. Z.ioon 13.1 

— Verrill, Harper's Book for young natu- 
ralists. Z.iool 73.1 

— Smith. The home aquarium. Z.ioon g.i 
Collins, Francis A. The boys' book of model 

aeroplanes. Z.soa 33.1 

— Second boys' book of model aeroplanes. 

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CollinB, Francis A. (Continued.) 

— The wireless man; his work and adven- 
tures on land and sea. Z.iookia.! 

Colomb, Josephine B. Days of chivalry; or, 
page, squire and knight. Translated by 
W. H. D. Adams. Z.ish i.ii 

Colonial ballads, sonnets and other versea. 
Preston. Z.^oe 37.1 

Colonial children. Hakt. Z.aob 10.1 

Colonial days. Gordy. Z.ioh g.i 

Colonial life in New Hampshire. Fassett. 
Z-aomM 
Colonial Massachusetts. Dawes. Z.aom 3.1 
Colonial stories. Retold from St. Nicholas, 
Z.aob 5.1 
ColBon, Elizabeth, and Anna G. Chittenden. 
The child housekeeper. Z.sof lO.i 

Colson, Elizabeth, and Anna G. Chittenden, 
compilers. Children's letters. A collec- 
tion of letters written to children. 

Z.4oa 9.1 

Columbus, Christopher. Bolton. Famous 

voyagers and explorers. Z.30a3.7 

^ — Brooks. The true atory of Columbus. 

Z.3ob 3c s 

— Dickson. From the Old World to the 
New. Z.aob 33.3 

— Eggleston. First book in American 
history. Z.soa J. a 

— FisKE. Discovery of America. Vol. i. 

— GiLUAN. Discovery and exploration of 
America. Z.aob 39.1 

— GoHDY, American explorers. Z.aoai4>i 

— — American leaders snd heroes. Z.aoa 14.3 
— .Griffis. Romance of discovery. 

Z.iob8.i 

— GuEBBEB. Story of the thirteen colonies. 

Z.30b 38.1 

— Hazard and Dutton. Indians and pio- 
neers. Z.3f%i4.i 

— HiGGiNSON. Book of American explorers. 

Z.aob 37.3 

— JoHoNNor. Ten great events in history. 

Z.isa 3B.1 

— Lawleh. The story of Columbus and 
Magellan. Z.aob 13.1 

— LuMMis. Spanish pioneers. Z.aob i a. i 

— McMuRRV. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 15.1 

— Moores. The story of Christopher 
Columbus. Z.3ob3c 11 

— MowRY. First steps in the history of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— Seawell. The son of Columbus, 

Z.P.8S9 

— Seelve. The story of Columbus, 

Z.3ob 3c 7 

— Shaw, Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13.1 

— Tappan. American hero stories. Z.30aa4.i 

— Wright, Children's stories of American 
history, Z.aob 36.1 

Comegye, Benjamin B. A primer of ethics. 

Z.8oa I I.I 
Comic tragedies, Alcott. . Z.P.sa 1 

Commercial geography. Adams, An ele- 
mentary commercial geography. 

Z.ioa 33.1 

— Carpenter. How the world is fed. 

Z.5oa 3.1 

— Chambehlain, How we are clothed. 



Commezeial geography, (ConHnatd.) 

— — How we are fed, Z.5oag.3 

— ■ — How we travel. Z.50ag.a 
.— Kelleh and Bishop. Commercial and 

industrial geography. Z.ioa40.i 

— Lyde, Man and his markets. Z,ioa7.i 

— Rocheleau. Geography of commerce and 
industry. Z.toa 15.1 

— TiUJEN. A commercial geography. 

z.ioa 37.1 

Commodore Bainbridge. Barnes. Z.F.abj 

Commodore Barney's young spies, Kaler. 

Z.F.ik35 

Compass. Beazley. Prince Henry the 

Navigator. Chapter V. Zjob ah 1 

— By land and sea, Z.ioa 1. 1 

— FisKE, Discovery of America. Vol. 1. 
Chapter V, Z.aob 31. 1. 1 

— Lane. Triumphs of science, Z.iooa4.i 
Comrades of the trails, Roberts. Z.P.Sr i 
Comstock, Anna B. Ways of the six-footed. 

Z.ioom4.i 
Comstock, John H. Insect life. Z.ioom 14,1 
Comstock, John H,, and Anna B. Comstock. 

How to know hutterflies, Z.ioom4.3 

Condemned as a Nihilist, Henty, Z.F.isfsS 
Conder, Francis R, Child's history of 

Jerusalem. Z.ish 1.3 

Conduct stories. Gould, Z.Soa i.i 

Connelly, Emma M. The story of Kentucky. 

Z,aom5.8 

Connor, Ralph, pseud. See Gordon, Charles 

W. 
Conquest of Granada, Irving, Z.iohS.S 
Conquest of the old Northwest, Baldwin. 

Z.30b 4-3 

Conspiracy of Pontiac. Parkhan, Z.aob aas 
Control of body and mind. Jewett, Z.6oa3.5 
Conway, Agnes, and Sir William M. Conway. 

The children's book of art. Z.i3oa4.i 
Cook, Captain James. Besant. Captain 

Cook. Z.3ob 10c I 

— Lahc, Story of Captain Cook, Z.3ob loc 3 
Cook, Ruth A. Along four-footed trails. 

Z.ioal 14.1 
Cooke, Flora J. Nature myths and stones 

for little children, Z.40b lOi.i 

Cooke, Grace M. The doings of the Dol- 

livers. Z.F.iac i 

Cooke, John Esten, Stories of the Old 

Dominion. Z.aom 5.5 

— Virginia; a history of the people. 

Z.3om5.G 

Cooking. BuHSELL. A little cook book for 

a little girl, Z.sof 7.I 

— Foster, Cookery for little girls, 

Z.5ot6.i 

— Johnson. When mother lets us cook. 

Z.sof 3.3 

— KlRKLAND. Six little cooks, [Fiction,! 

Z.F.i5ka 
Coolidge, Susan, pseud. See Woolsey, Sarah 

Cooper, James Fenimore, Afloat and 
ashore, Z.F.Sc 6 

— Leather-stocking tales. 

NaiKfly (in ufutnce) ,- 

The deerslayer. Z.P.Ic 4 

The last of «hc Mohicans, Z.F.Ic 3 

The pBthfindcr. Z.P.Sc j 

The piomri. Z.F.Bcs 

The prairie. Z.F.Ic 7 



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Cooper, James Fenimore. (Continued.) Cowboys. 

— Lionel Lincoln. Z.P.ScS See alio Pioneer Ufe; West 

Battle of Bunker Hill and eiege of Boitoo. — Adams. Wells Brothers. [Fiction.) 

— Miles Wallingford; sequel to Afloat and Z.F.aoa i 
ashore. Z.F^ lo — Canfield. Boys of the Rincon ranch. 

— The pilot; a. tale of the sea. Z.F.8c3 Z.F.13C i 

— The spy; a tale of the neutral ground. — Doubledav. Cattle ranch to college. 

Z.F.8C I Z.F.i6d 1 

Cooper, James Fenimore. Cooper. The Spy. — Grinnell, Jack the young ranchman. 
[Contains hiographical sketch.] Z.F.Sc i Z.F.i6g4 

— Harris. American authors for young — Hough. Story of the cowboy. Z.aopio.a 
folks. Z.3oa33.i — Inman. Ranche on the Oxhide. Z.F.6ii 

■ — Matthews. Introduction to American Cox, Sir George W. Tales of ancient 
literature. Z.4oa 13.1 Greece. Z.4oh ai.a 

— Wright. Children's stories in American Cox, Kenyon. The fine arts. [Vocations,] 
literature. Z.3oa 67.1 Z.40C 99.1. 10 

Copus, John E.. S.J. "As gold in the fur- Cox, Palmer, Another Brownie book. 
nace." Z.F.30C 3 Z.i3oa 3.7 

— Saint Cuthbert's. Z.F^joc i — The Brownies abroad. Z.i3oaa.i 

— Shadows lifted. A sequel to Saint Cuth- — The Brownies around the world, 
bert's, Z.F.30C 9 Z.i3oa 3.3 

Coral island. Ballantyne. Z.F.ib6 — The Brownies at home. Z. 13083.4 

Coral ship. Munroe. Z.F.34m7 — The Brownies in the Philippines. 

Corkran, Alice. Dawn of British history. Z.isoaa.s 

Z.iok34.i — The Brownies: their book. Z.i3oa3.6 

Corn plants. Sargent. Z.ioot 13-1 — The Brownies' latest adventures. 

Cornet of horse. Hehty. Z.F.i5h6 Z.iSDXfl^ 

Cornish, Charles J. Animals at work and Cragin, Belle S. Our insect friends and foes. 
play. Z.iool 13.1 Z.ioom 15.1 

Coruca. Youua Z.iob6.6 Craig, Sterling. Secrets of the hills, 

Cortes. Abbott. Hernando Cortez. Z.iooc lo.i 

Z.3ob7ci Craik, Dinah M. The adventures of a 

— CoxHEAD. Mexico. Z.iol32.t Brownie. Z.F.Sc 3 

— FiSKE. Discovery of America, v, 2. — The fairy book. Z.F.6C3 

Z.30b3i.i.3 — John Halifax, gentleman. Z.F.6C5 

— GoRDY. Stories of American explorers. — The little lame prince. Z.F.6c 1 

Z.3oa.i4.i Craik, Gedrgiana M. So-Fat and Mew-Mew, 

— Luuuis. Spanish pioneers. Z.9ob 13.1 , Z. 130b 6.1 

— McMtJBEY, Pioneers on land and sea. Cram, William E, Little beasts of field and 

Z. sob 1 5.1 wood. Z.100I4.1 

— MuNROE. White conquerors. [Fiction,] Cranford, Gaskell. Z.F.i3g3 

Z.F.a4mi8 Creasy, Sir Edward S. Fifteen decisive 

— Seelve and Eggleston. Montezuma and battles of the world, Z.isas.i 
the conquest of Mexico. Z.3ob 7™ i Creighton, Louise. First history of France.. 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. Z.iohy.iy 

Z.iobi3.i —Stories from En^ish history. Z.iok37.i 

— SouTHWORTH. Bu.ldcrs of our country, Creighton, Mandell. Age of Elizabeth. 

Book I. Z.aobi6.i.i " • " Ziokai 

— Wright. Children's stories in American Crib and Fly, Dole, Z.;30C4-'i 
history, ■ , „ . , Z.Mb a6.i crichton, Mrs. F, E. Peep-in-the-world, 

Cosaack fairy tales and folk-tales. Bain. ' ^ ZF33CI 

f . n c J ■ r u Mr .^'^"i^'^ Crimson fairy book. Lanc. Z.F.3I6 

Costello, Frederick H, Nelsons Yankee „ . _../„,„, d.„^„„ vjtXb 

J, ZF39C3 Cnmson sweater, Barbour. Z.F.sbS 

Coach," A, T. QuiUer-, Historical tales 'from Crociett, David. Abbott. David Crockett, 

Shakespeare. Z.4oci4.a „ _, .,,,„. Zi?o'>3cio 

— The roll call of honor, Z^oaas-i —Hough, The way to the West, Z:3op 10.3 
Conlaon, Constance J. D, Korea. [Peeps -Johnston. Famous scouts, Z.3oa35.i 

at many lands.] Z.tof 3.13 — Munhoe. With Crockett and Bowie. 

Counterpane fairy. Pyle, Z.F.i6p 3 [Fiction,] Z.F.34m 33 

Cotmtry cousins, Ingersoll. Z.iool 16. i — Perry and Beebe. Four American pio- 



Country doctor. Jewett. Z.F.iej i neers. Z.30a 63,1 

Country of the dwarfs. Du Chaillu. —Roche. The story of the filibusters, 

Z.iog 3.1 Z.30P 31.1 

Conner of empire. Whitson, Z.P.a3w 3 Crofton boys. Martineau, Z.F.ism i 

Court of King Christmas. Higgins, Crommelin, Emeline G, Famous legends. 
Z.4od36.i Z.4ohj6.i 



Conrtahip of Miles Standish. Longfellow. Crompton, Frances E. The gentle heritage, 

Z.4oe 34.8 Z.F.3IC J 

Cousin Phillis, Gaskell. Z.F.13^ i Cromwell, Oliver. Marshall. Through 

CoUMCns, Penrhyn W,, editor. Poems chil- Great Britain and Ireland with Cromwell, 

dren love. Z.4oe8o.i Z.iok3i.3 



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Crooke, William, compiler. The talking 
thrush, and other tales from India. 

Z.F.3SC I 
Cross Patch. Wcwlsey. Z.F.i6wa 

Crothera, Samuel M. Miss Muffet's Christ- 
mas party. ' Z.F.33C i 
Crowded out o' Crofield. Stoddard, 

Z.F.33B a 
Crowley, M. C. Apples ripe and rosy, sir, 
and other stories for boys and _gtrls. 

Z.F.a5C I 

— An every-day girl. Z.F.35ca 
Cruise of the Cachalot. Bullen. Z.iob ii.i 
Cruise of the Canoe Club. Alden. Z.F.6a4 
Cruise of the Dazzler. London. Z.F.14I i 
Crusades. 

Sec alsD Arthur, King; Chlnlry. 

— CHtiRCB. The Crusaders. Z.F.14C a 

— Gray. The Children's Crusade ; an 
episode of the thirteenth century. 

Z.isbi.io 

— Hentv. The boy knight, [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ish g 

— Keluan. Stories from the Crusades. 

Z.TSh i.ao 

— Scott. The talisman. Z.F.985 

— YoNOE. Prince and the page; story of the 
last crusade, Z.F.iy la 

Cuba. See West Indies. 
Cuckoo clock. MoLESwoRTH. Z.F.aom la 
Cndjo's cave. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t a 

Culler, Joseph A. The first book in ohysics. 

Z.ioof 3.1 
Cummins, Maria S. The lamplighter. 

Z.F.38C I 
Cnnmock, Robert M. School speaker. 

ZaodA.a 
Cnore. Amicis. Z.F.i4aa 

Curb's brother. Bearne. Z.F.4Sb g 

Curious homes and their tenants. Beard. 

Z.100I44.1 
Curtis, Alice T. Grandpa's little girls. 

Z.F.34C 1 

— Grandpa's little girls and their friends. 

Z.F.34C 3 

— Grandpa's little girls at school. Z.F.34C a 

— The story of cotton. Z.F.34C4 
Curtis, Charles A. Captured by the Navajos. 

Z.F.36C I 

Custer, Elizabeth B. "Boots and saddles." 

Z.aop ai.3 

— The boy general. Z.3ob sc i 

— Following the guidon. [Kansas, Nebraska, 
Indian Territory.] Z.aofa 10.1 

— Tenting on the plains. Z.aop ai.i 
Custer, George A. Bbooks. Master of the 

Strong Hearts; a story of Custer's last 
rally. [Fiction.] Z.F.i8b4 

— CusTES. The boy general. Z.3ob sc i 
"Boots and saddles"; or, life in Dakota 

with General Custer. Z.aop ai.a 

Following the guidon. Z.aoh lo.i 

-Tenting on the plains. Z.aop at. I 

— Johnston. Famous cavalry leaders. 

Z.3oa 35.3 

Cyrus the Grett. Abbott. History of Cyrus 

Ihc Great. Z.30b4ci 

— Farmer. Boys' book of famous rulers. 

Z.3oa 1 7.1 
Dab Kinser. Stoddard. Z.F.33S6 



Daddy Dan. Waggaman. Z.F.iw a 

Daddy Darwin's dovecot. Ewinc. Z.F.iieio 
Daddy Jake, the runaway. Harris. Z.F.7b9 
Dado's daughters. Tagcart. Z.F.itlfi 

Daisy chain. Yonge. Z.F.iy i 

Dale, Lucy. Landmarks of British history. 
Z.tok ig.i 
Dalkeith, Lena. Little plays. Z4od6.t 

Dana, Frances Theodora. See Parsons, 

Frances Theodora. 
Dana, James D. The geological story 

briefly told. Z.ioocs.i 

Dana, Richard H. Two years before the 

mast. Z.iob 4.1 

Darton, F. J. Harvey-. A wonder book of 

beasts. Z^hii.a 

— A wonder book of old romance. 2.F.3d i 
Darwin, Charles R. What Mr. Darwin saw. 

Z.io^ 43.1 
Dasent, Sir George W. Norae fairy tales. 

Z.4oh 76.1 
Dash for Khartoum. Hentv. Z.F.ish 7 

Daughter of the rich. Waller. Z.F.Sw i 
Daughters of the little gray house. Taggabt. 
Z.F.it ig 
Daughters of the Revolution. Coffin. 

Z.P.10C a 

David Balfour. Stevenson. Z.F.17S4 

David Copperfield. Dickens. Z.F.SdS 

David the giant killer. Cohen. Z.gobta.i 

Davis, Charles G. Motor boating for boys. 

Z.70C 5.3 

Davis, Charles G., editor. Harper's Boating 

book for boys. Z.70C 5.1 

Davis, M. E. W. The moons of Balbanca. 

Z.F.id I 

Davis, Rebecca Harding, Kent Hampden, 

Z.F.3odi 
Davis, Richard Harding, Stories for boys. 

Z.F.i7d I 

Davis, William M., and William H. Snyder. 

Physical geograj)hy. Z.ioog3.i 

Davy and the goblin. Caervl. Z.F.4C 1 

Dawes, Anna L, How we are governed. 

Z.aok 37.1 
Dawes, Samuel E. Colonial Massachusetts. 

Z.aom a.t 
Dawn of British history. Corkram. 

Z.iok 34.1 
Day in a child's life. Greenaway. Z.iaoc ao.i 
Days and deeds; a book of verse. Stevknson. 

Z.4ob 19. 1 
Days and deeds a hundred years ago. Stonb 
and FicKETT, Z.aod 6.1 

Days and deeds; prose, Stevenson. 

Z,4od i3.a 
Days before history. Hall. Z.iooda.i 

Days of Bruce, Aguilar. Z.F.a4a i 

Days of chivalry. Colomb. Z.ista i.ii 

Dean Stanley with the children, Huuphrbv. 

Z^b 38 I 
Dear old story tellers. Adams, Z.3oa i.i 
Decatur, Stephen. Blaisdell and Bali. 
Hero stories from American history. 

Z.aoaa.3 

— GiBBS. Pike and cutlass. Z.aoh $.1 

— Mowrv. First steps in the history of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— Roosevelt and Lodge, Hero stories from 
American history, Z.aoa 17.3 

— Seaweli- Decatur and Somers, Z.F.8B7 
Deeds of daring. Kelsev. Z.aoeja.i 



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Deeds that won the Empire. Fitcbett. 

Z.iok 9.1 
Deepbaven. Jewett. Z.F.16J 5 

Deerslayer. Cooper. Z.F.Sc 4 

Defoe, Daniel. Robinson Crusoe. Z.F.46 1 
DeUcombe, Harry. The boys' book of air- 
ships. Z.soa i3>i 
DeUnd, Ellen D. The friendship of Anne. 
Z.F.6d 4 

— Josephine. Z.F.6d 3 

— Katrina. Z.P.fid 5 
■^ Malvern, a neighborhood story. Z.F.fid 3 

— Oakleigh. Z.F.6d 1 

— A successful venture. Z.F.6d6 
De la Ram£, Louise. (Ouida.) Bimbi, 

Stories for children. Z.F.3d 3 

— A doe of Flanders, and other stories. 

Z.F.3d I 

— The Nfimberg stove. Z.F.3d3 
Deming, Edwin W. Indian child life. 

Z.aob 6.1 
Deming, Therese O. Red folk and wild folk. 

Z.9og 6.1 
DeomMTk. Bav. Danish fairy and folk- 
tales. Z^oh 4.1 

— Cabpenter. Europe. Z.ioh i.g 

— CHAMskflLAiN. Europe. Z.ioh 1.13 

— CoE. Modern Europe. Z.ioh 1.3 

— George and Dean. Little journeys to 
Holland, Belgium and Denmark. 

Z.ioh ^9 

— Monroe and Buckbee. Europe and its 
people. Z.ioh 1.13 

— Thomson. Denmark. Z.ioh 3.7 
Derrick, Sterling. Munboe. Z.F.a4m 35 
De Soto. See Soto, Herntntlo de. . 
Devon boys. Fbnn. Z.F.Sf 6 
Dialogues. See Plays and Dialogues. 
Diamond fairy book. Z.F.sd i 
Diaiy of a Boston school girl of 1771. A. 

M. Earle, editor. Z.30b 3w 3 

Diar, Abby M. William Henry and his 

friends. Z.F.sid a 

— The Willia mHenry letters. Z,P.3id 1 
Dick among the lumber-jacks. Dimock. 

Z.F.7d 3 
Dick in the Everglades. Dimock. Z.F.7d i 
Dick Whittington. Lang. Z.isob t.3 

Dickens, Charles. The adventures of Oliver 

Twist. Z.F.8d 7 

— Child characters from Dickens, retold by 
L. L. Weedon. Z^oc a.i 

— Christmas books. Z.P.Sdii 

— A Christmas carol. Z.F^ i 

— David Copperfield. Z.F^dS 

— Dombey and Son. Z.F.Sd 5 

— Little Dorrit. Z.F.Sd 9 

— The magic fishbone. Z.F.Sd 14 

— Oliver Twist. Z.FSdio 

— Our mutual friend. Z.P^fi 

— Pickwick Papers. Z.F3d la 

— A tale of two cities. Z.FJd4 
Dickens, Charles. Bolton. Famous English 

authors. Z. 30a 3.6 

^Mabib. Men who have risen. Z.40C3i.a.i7 

— Wright. Children's stories in English 

literature. Vol. 2. Z.3oa 75.1.3 

Dickson, Marguerite S. From the Old 

World to the New. Z.aob 23.1 

Dier, J. C, compUer. Children's book of 

Cbristmas. Z.4ob 17.1 



Dimock, Anthony W. Dick among the 
luniber-jacks. Z.F.7d 9 

— Dick in the Everglades. Z.F.7d i 
Dimpling'a success. Mulholland. Z.F.aim 4 
Discoverers. See Explorers. 
Discoverers and explorers. Shaw. Z.iob 13.1 
Discovery of the old Northwest. Baldwin. 

Z.3ob 4.1 
Divine and moral songs. Watts. Z,4oe 61.1 
Dix, Beulah M. Betty Bide-at-Home. 

Z.F.iid4 

— Friends in the end. Z.F.iids 

— Merrylips. Z.F.iid a 

— Soldier Rigdale. Z.F.ridi 
Do-Re-Hi-Fa. Bearne. Z.F.4Sb 13 
Docas, the Indian boy. Snedden. Z.aog 1S.1 
Dodge, Mary Mapes. Donald and Dorothy. 

Z.F.i4di 

— Hans Brinker; or, the silver skates. 

Z.F.i4da 

— The land of pluck. Z.F,i4d3 

— Rhymes and jmgles. Z.4oe ii.i 
Dodge, Mary Mapes, editor. A new baby 

world. Z.130C la.i 

Dod|ce, Nathaniel S. Stories of American 

history. Z.aoa 43.1 

Dodge, Richard E. A reader in physical 

geography for beginners. Z.i(»g4.i 

Dodge, Theodore A. Hannibal. Z,3ob 6h i 
DodgBOn, C. L. (Lewis Carroll.) Alice's 

adventures in Wonderland. Z.F.isdi 
^Through the looking glass. Z,F.i5d4 

Dodgson, C. L. (Lewis Carroll.) Moses. 

Lewis Carroll in Wonderland and at 

home. Z.3ob sd i 

Dog, The. Mitton. Z.F.aSmi 

Do^ of Flanders. De la RauI Z.F.sd i 
Douig his best. Tbowbridge Z.F.i4d ig 
Doings of the Bodley family. Scuodee. 

Z.F.es4 
Doings of the Dollivers. Cooke. Z.F.iac I 
Dole, Charles F. American citizen. 

Z.aok 14.1 

— The young citizen. Z.aok 14,3 
Dol^ Charles F., editor. Crib and Fly; a Ule 

of two terriers. Z.taoc 4.1 

Dole, Nathan H. A score of famous com- 
posers. Z.3oa 78.1 
Dole, Nathan H., editor. Book of adventure. 

iVoung folks' library.] Z.40C 31.38 

s' journey. Alcott Z.F.saa 

Dolph Heyliger. Ibving. Z.F.5i3 

Dombey and Son. Dickens. Z.F.Sd 5 

Don Quixote of the Mancha. Cervantes. 

Z.F.3ca 

Donald and Dorothy. Dodge. Z,F.i4d i 

Donald in Scotland. McDonald and Dal- 

RvupLE. Z.iok37.a 

Donegal fairy stories. MacManus. Z.F.gm j 

Donkey John of the Toy Valley. Mobley. 

Z.P.i4m I 

Donnelly, Eleanor C. Amy's music-box, and 

other little stories and verses. Z.F.ioda 

— A Klondike picnic. Z.F.iod4 

— The iost Christmas tree and other little 
stories and verses. Z.F.iod3 

— Lot Leslie's folks, and their queer adven- 
tures among the French and Indians. 
A. D. 1755-63- Z.F.jodi 

Dopp, Katherine E. The early cave-men. 
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Dopp, Katherine E. (Cmttnued.} 

— The early sea-people. Z.ioodi^ 

— The later cave-men. Z.iocid 1.3 

— The tree-dwellers. Z.ioctd 1.1 
Dora's housekeeping. Kirkiand. Z.F.isk i 
Dorling, Henry T. All about ships. 

Z.3oa 31.T 
Dorothy and her friends. Kirk. Z.P.tok a 
Dorothy Deane. Kibe. Z.F.iok i 

Dorr, Julia C. R. In kinga' houses. Z.F.9d i 
Dorsey, Anna H. Beth's promise. Z.F.iSd 3 

— The student of Blenheim Forest. 

Z.P.i8d 3 

— Tom boy. No. 2 in Z.F.iSd 4 
—Two ways. No. i inZ.F.i8d4 
Doraey, Ella L. Jet, the war-mule, and other 

stones. Z.F.igd i 

^Midshipman Bob- Z.F.igd a 

— Pickle and Pepper. Z.F.igd 3 

— The taming of Polly. Z.F.igd 4 
Dorymates. Munhoe. Z.P.ajm la 
Double play. Barbour. Z.F.sbs 
Doubleday, Nellie. (Neltje Blanchan.) 

Birds that every child should know. The 
East. Z.ioop 3.1 

— How to attract the birds. Z. 10003.3 
Doubleday, Russell. Cattle-ranch to college. 

Z.F.i6d I 

— A gunner aboard the "Yankee." Z.aof 4.1 

— Stories of inventors. Z.5oa3.i 
Douglas, M. In Lionland. The story of 

Livingstone and Stanley. Z.sobgli 

Dove in the eagle's nest. Yongb. Z.F.iy 7 

Dowd, Emma C. Polly of the hospital staff. 

Z.F.33d 1 

Downes, Alfred M. Fire fighters and their 

pets. Z^soae.1 

Doyle, Martha C. The boys of Pigeon 

Camp, their luck and fun. Z.F.38d3 

— Jimmie Suter and the boys of Pigeon 
Camp, Z.F.38d a 

— My friend Jim. Z.F.aSd i 
Dozen from Lakerim. Hughes. Z,F.34h i 
Dragon and Che Cross. Paine. Z.P.6p4 
Dragon and the Raven. Hentv. Z.F.ishS 
Dragon of Pekin. Brereton. Z.P.53b i 
Drake, Sir Francis. 

Ser: alto Exploreis. 

-Bacon. The boy's Drake. Z.3ob3d3 

— Frotkingham. Sea fighters from Drake 
to Farragut. Z.iob 7.1 

— Hentv. Under Drake's flag. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5h tfi 

— Johnston. Famous privateersmen. 

Z.3oa 35.3 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 7.1 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.3oe34.i 
■^TowLE. Drake, the sea-king of Devon. 
Z.aob 3d I 

— Warren. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok 30.t 

Drake, Francis S. Indian history for young 

folks. Z.sog 7.4 

Drake, Samuel A. A book of New England 

legends and folklore in prose and poetry. 

Z.aoms.ii 

— Historic mansions and highways around 
Boston. Z.aom i.g 

— Historic pilgrimages in New England, 

Z.aom 3.5 



Drake, Samuel A. (Conlimied.) 

— The making of New England. Z.aom 3.3 

— The making of the great West, 1513-1883. 

Z.wmi 6.7 

— The making of the Ohio Valley states. 

1660-1837. ZMmtAA 

— The making of Virginia and the middle 
colonies. 1578-1701. Z.aom 5.3 

— Old landmarks and historic fields of Mid- 
dlesex. Z.aom 3.4 

— Old landmarks and historic personages of 
Boston. Z.aom t.to 

— On Plymouth rock. Z.aom a.a 

— The taking of Louisburg. 1745. Z.aobsa.! 

— Watch tires of '76. Z,aoC4.i 
Drum-beat of the nation. Coffin. Z.aoe3.3 
Drummer boy. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t 10 
Drummood, Henry. The monkey that 

would not kilt. Z.F.aid i 

Drysdalc, William. The beach patrol. 

Z.F.a3d I 

— Cadet Standish of the St. Louis. Z.P.aad a 

— The fast mail. Z.F.a3d3 

— Helps for ambitious girls. Z.8ob i.i 

— The young reporter. Z.F.33d4 
Du Bois, Mary C. Elinor Arden, Royalist. 

Z.F.34d I 

— The lass of the silver sword. Z.F^da 
Du Chaillu, Paul B. Country of the dwarfs. 

Z.iog a. I 

— In African forest and jungle. Z.iog3.e 

— Ivar the viking. Z.F.i3d i 

— King Mombo. Z.ioga.S 

— Land of the long night. Z.iofa 4.14 

— Lost in the jungle. Z.iog a.3 

— My Al>ingi kingdom. Z.iog a.7 

— Wild life under the Equator. Z.ioga.5 
Dudley, Albertus T. The great year. 

Z.P.36d4 

— In the line. 

— Making the nine. 
With mask and mitt. 



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Dumas, Alexander. Fairy tales. 
Dumb boy of Fribourg. Nieritz. 
Dunbar, Aldis. The ' "■ 

tales of other men's sons. 
Duncan, F. M. The seashore. 
Duncan, Frances. Mary's garden and how 

it grew. Z.sodi.i 

— When mother lets us garden. Z.5od i.a 
Duncan, Norman. The adventures of Billy 

Topsail. Z.F.a7d i 

Duncan, Sara J. Story of Sonny Sahib. 

[India.] Z.P.3adi 

Dunn, Byron A. Battling for Atlanta. 

[United States. Civil War] Z.F.a9d3 

— From Atlanta to the sea. Z.F.a9d4 

— General Nelson's scout. Z.F.agdi 

— Raiding with Morgan. Z.P.agda 
DuQton, Edith K. (Margaret Warde.) 



Betty Wales & Co. 


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— Betty Wales, freshman. 


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— Betty Wales, junior. 


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— Betty Wales, senior. 


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— Betty Wales, sophomore. 


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— The world and its people. 


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Dutton, Maude B. In field and pasture. 

Z.10.4.1 

— Little stones of Prance. Z.ijh 7.1 

— Little stories of Germany. Z.iob 3.6 
Duty. Sbelve. Z.Sm g-i 
Dyson, Mrs. Story of the trees. Z.ioot4.i 
Each and all. Andrews. Z.F.ga i 
Earl, John P. Captain of Ihe school team. 

Z.F.ie3 

— On the school team. Z.F.iei 

— The school team in camp. Z.F.tea 

— The school team on the diamond. 

Z.F.ie 4 
Earle, Alice Morse. Child life in colonial 

days. Z.aob 35.1 

Earle, Mary T. The flag on the hilltop. 
Z.F.ae I 
Early cave-men. Dopp. Z.iood i.a 

Early sea people. Doff. Z.iood 1.4 

Earth and its story. Heilprin. Z.ioocg.I 
Earth and sky every child should know. 

Rogers. Z.iooc 8.1 

Earth in past ages. Herrick. Z.iook 14.1 
Eaat o' the sun and west o' the moon. 

Trousen. Z.4oh 137.1 

Eastern wonderland. Angus. Z.iof 3.1 

Etster, Genn. Rome. Z.toh6.9 

— McDonald and Dalrymple. Boris in 
Russia. Z.ioh 4.5 

— Our holidays^ Z.aoa 33.1 

— Patten. The year's festivals. Z.40bg,i 

— RouLET. Our little Spanish cousin. 

Z.zoh 6.4 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. [Prose.] 

Z.4ob ia.a 

Days and deeds.' [Verse.] Z.4obi3.i 

Eastman, Charles A. Indian boyhi ' 



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— Red hunters and the animal people. 

Z.F.i3e 1 
Eastman, Charles A., and Elaine G. East- 
man. Smoky Day's wigwam evenings. 

Z.30g.3S.3 

Eastman, Elaine Goodale. Yellow Star. 

z.F.ie« I 

Echoes from Mistland. Moore. Z.4oh 103.1 
Eddy, Sarah J. Friends and helpers. 

Z.iool 17. 1 

EdEar, Magdalen G., compiler. A treasury of 

verse for little children. Z.4oe 13.1 

Edgeworth, Maria. The parent's assistant. 

Z.F.i5e I 

— Rosamond; with other tales. Z.F.i5e3 

— Tales. Z.F.i5e4 
Edittbwrgb, Scotland. Grierson. The chil- 
dren's book of Edinburgh. Z.iak3.i 

— Masson. Edinburgh. [Peeps at great 
cities.] Z.iok 35.1 

Edison, Thomas A. Paris. Winning their 
way. Z.3oas7.z 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.5oaa6.i 

— Hubert. Men of achievement; inventors. 

Z.3oa 33.3 

— Mabie. Men who have risen. Z.40C 31.3.17 

— Meadowcroft. The boy's life of Edison. 

Z.3ob M I 

— Perry. Four American inventors. 

— Southworth. Builders of our country. 

Book 2. Z.aob 16.1.3 

— Stevenson. Guide to biography, Ameri- 
can—Men of mind. Z.3oa34.i 



Edison, Thomas A. (CotUittued.) 

— Wade, The wonder-workers. Z.3oa 38.1 
Editha's hurglar. Burnett. Z.F.40b i 
Edmison, John P. Stories from the Norse- 
land. ^■4?'* ^*' 

Ednah and her brothers. White. Z.F.aow i 

Egan, Maurice F, The boys in the block. 

Z.F.3e I 

— The chatelaine of the roses. Z.F.3C3 

— The flower of the flock, and The Badgers 
of Belmont. Z.F.3e 3 

— A garden of roses. Z.F.3e4 

— How they worked their way, and other 
tales. [Stories of duty.] Z.F.ae 5 

— An introduction to Enghsh literature. 

Z.4oa8.i 

— Jack Chumleigh; or, friends and foes, 

Z.F.3e6 

— Jaspar Thorn; a story of New York life. 

Z.F.3e 7 

— The leopard of Lancianus and other 
stories. Z.F.3e 8 

Bggleston, Edward. A first book in Ameri- 
can histoFjy, Z.3oa7.3 

— The Hoosier school-boy. Z.F.ae 3 

— The household history of the United 
States. Z.3aa 7.4 

— Stories of great Americans for little 
Americans. Z.aoa 7.1 

Eggleston, Edward, and E. E. Seelye. Brant 
and Red Jacket, Z.aobabi 

— Montezuma and the Conquest of Mexico. 

Z.3ob 7m I 

— Pocahontas, Z.3ob 3p I 

— Tecumseh, Z.3ob 3t I 
Eggleston, George C. The big brother; 

a story of Indian war. Z.F.7e9 

— Camp Venture. Z.F.jrej 

— Captain Sam; or, the boy scouts of 1814, 

Z.F.7e I 

— The last of the flatboats. Z.F.7e8 

— Lite in the eighteenth century, Z.aob 7.3 

— Long Knives: the story of how they won 
the West, Z.F.7«7 

— Our first century, Z.aob 7.1 

— Red Eagle and the wars of the Creek 
Indians. Z.wb 8r i 

— Running the river. Z.P.7e 6 

— The signal boys; or. Captain Sam's com- 
pany. Z,F.7e 4 

— Strange stories from history for young 
people, Z.isa&i 

Egypt. Badlau. Views in Africa. Z.tog 13.1 

— Baikie. Ancient Egypt. Z.iog 19,1 

— Carpenter. Africa. Z.iog i.i 

— GtBsoN, In Eastern wonderlands. 

Z.iof 1.3 

— Hale. A family flight over Egypt and 
Syria. Z.iog S.i 

— Henty. At Aboukir and Acre. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5h45 

— — The cat of Bubastes. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ish 5 

Dash for Khartoum. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5h 7 

— Kelly, Egypt. [Peeps at many lands.) 



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- McDonald and Dalrymple, Hassan in 

Egypt. Z.iOg 13.I 

-Ragozin. History of the world. Z. 15a 39.1 



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Eight cousins. Alcott. Z.P,5«3 

Electricity. 

Set alio Telegraph; Telephone; Wirelcis Tele- 

— Adams. Harper's Electricity book for 

boys. Z.iook i.i 

— BAEBit. Boy's book of inventions. 

Z.5oa 38.1 

— BoTTONK. Electrical instrument making 
for amateurs. Z.iook lo.t 

— Collins. The wireless man. Z.iook la.i 

— Hopkins. Experimental science. Z.ioof 7,1 

— Houston and Kennelly. Electricity made 

easy. Z.iook3.a 

— Meadowcroft. a. B. C. of electricity. 

Z.took 5.1 

— Onken and Bakes. Harper's How to 
understand electrical work. Z.iook 9.1 

— St. John. How two boys made their own 
electrical apparatus. Z.iook 6.1 

Real electric toy-making for boys. 

Z.iook &4 

^ — The study of electric motors by ex- 
periment. Z.iook 6.5 

The stud^ of elementary electricity 

and magnetism. Z.iook 6.3 

— — Things a boy should know about elec- 
tricity. Z.iook 6.3 

^ Sloane. Electric toy making for amateurs. 
Z.iook 7.3 

— Williams. How it works. Z.soa ai.a 
Elinor Arden, Royalist. Du Bois, Z.F.^d i 
Eliot, George, pseud. Silas Uarner. Z.P.8e a 
Elizabeth, Quetn of England. Brooks. His- 
toric girls. Z.3oa8.4 

— Ckeighton. Age of Elizabeth. Z.iok 3.1 

— Farmer. Girls' book of famous queens. 

Z.joa 17.3 

— GoMME. Prince's story book. Z.tok5.3 
— — Queen's story book. Z.tok 5.4 

— GuEBBER. Story of the English. Z.iok 7.1 

— Hunt. Prisoners of the Tower of Lon- 
don. Z.iok 18. 1 

— Scott. Kenilworth. [Fiction.J Z.F.g8 9 

— Warren. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok ao.i 
Elliott, Emilia, pseud. See Jacobs, Caroline 

E. 
EIUb, Edward S. Historical readings illus- 
trative of American patriotism. Z.3oa8.i 
BlliB, Katharine R. The Wide Awake girls. 
Z.F.9ei 
Elm-tree fairy book. Johnson. Z.F.6J i 
ElBon, Henry W. A child's guide to Ameri- 
can history. Z.aoag.a 

— Side lights on American history. Z.aoag.s 
Emerson, Philip. The New England States. 

Emeisoa, Ralph Waldo. Bolton. Famous 
American authors. Z.30a 3.1 

— Haskis. American authors for young 

folks. Z.3oa 33.1 

— Matthews. Introduction to American 
literature. Z.4oa 13.1 

-Wright. Children's stories in American 
literature. Z.3oa67.t 

Emery, Mabel S. Everyday business. 

Z.3oka8.i 

— How to enjoy pictures. Z.isoa 7.1 
Emmy Lou. Martin. Z.F.i7ma 
Enchanted mountain. White. Z.F.30W 7 
End of a rainbow. Johnson. Z.F.8i i 



England. 

Indudci itories baied on EngUah UMory. 

— Barnard. The British Isles in pictures. 

Z.iok 37.1 

— Bates and Coman, compilers. English his- 
tory told by English poets. Z.iok 43.1 

— Bennett. Master Skylark; a story of 
Shakespeare's time. [Fiction,] Z.F.Isb 3 

— Bevan, Stories from British history. 

Z.ioka8.i 

— Blackmoke. Lorna Doone. [Fiction. 
Reign of Charles II.] Z.P.33b I 

— Blaisdell. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok I.I 

— Bulwer-Lvtton. Harold, the last of the 
Saxon kings. [Fiction.] Z.F.aSbs 

Last of the barons. [Wars of the 

Roses.] Z.F.aBb 3 

— Buxton. Stories of early England. 

Z.i5k6.i 

— Callcott. Little Arthur's history of 
England. Z.1U36.1 

— Chamberlain. Europe. Z.ioh i.ta 

— Cheyney. A short history of England, 

Z.i5k 8.1 

— Church. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok 43.1 

— Clemens. The prince and the pauper. 

[Fiction. Edward VI.] Z.F.igc I 

— Corkran. The dawn of British history. 

Z.iok34.i 

— Couch. Historical tales from Shakes- 

feare. ZjfiC i<^3 

REiGHTON, L. Stories from Eaglisb his- 
tory. Z.iok37>i 

— Creightoh, M. The age of Elizabeth. 

Z.i(A 3.1 

— Dale. Landmarks of British history. 

Z.iok 19.1 

— Dickens. 

Dickens' BtDriet arc iltuitraUve of Eagl<>h IJtc. 

— Merrylips. [Fiction. Civil War.]_ 

Z.F.Ild 3 



tans.] Z.F.34d i 

— FiNNEMORE. England. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iok 6.1 

— FiTCHETT. Deeds that won the Empire. 

— Freeman. Old English history for chil- 
dren. B. C. ss-A. D. 1066. Z.iok4|4.i 

— Froissabt. The boy's Froissart. Edited 
by Sidney Lanier. Z.ioh7.8 

— Fkothingham. Sea fighters from Dralce 
to Farragut. Z.iob7.i 

— Gardiner. English history for young 
folks. Z.isk ia.1 

— George. A little journey to England and 
Wales. Z.iok ii.i 

— GouME. King's story book. Z.iok 5.1 

Prince's story book. Z.iok 5.3 

Queen's story book. Z.iok 54 

— Geiehson. The children's book of Eng- 
lish minsters. Z.iok 3.3 

— Guerber. The story of the English. 

Z.iok 7.1 

— Guest. Handbook of English history. 

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S.MMMl'Bd. (ConUuutd.) 

— Hall. In the brave days of old. [Fic- 

tion. Time of King James I.] Z.F.ih I 

— flENTv. At Agincourt. [Fiction. Time 

«Df Henry V.] Z.F.ishaa 

Beric the Briton. [Fiction. Roman 

invasion.] Z.F.isb i 
Both sides the Border; a tale of Hot- 
spur and Glend9wer. [Fiction. 15th 
<;«ntury,] Z.F.ish 37 

— The cornet of horse; a tale of Marl- 
borough's wars. [Fiction.] Z.F.ijhe 

— The Dragon and the Raven. [Fiction. 

3Cing Alfred.! Z.F.1^8 

— Friends, tnough divided. [Fiction. 

Civil War.] Z.F.i5h 34 

— Held fast for England. [Fiction. Siege 

<if Gibraltar.] Z.F.ish 44 

A march on London; a story of Wat 

Tyler's insurrection. Z.F.ish 38 

■ One of the 28th. [Fiction. Waterloo.] 

Z.F.i5b S3 

— St. George for England. [Fiction. 

£dward' III.] Z.F.ish^ 

Under Drake's flag. [Fiction.] 

Z.P.i5h 16 

— — When London burned. [Fiction.] 

Z.P.i5b 17 

—~ — Wulf the Saxon. [Fiction. Norman 

conquest.] Z.F.ichao 

— UiNKsoN. For the White Rose. [Story 

of the Jacobites in 1715.] Z.F.ifih i 

—~ KuoHES. Alfred the Great. Z.3ob 3a i 

— — Tom Brown's school days. [Fiction. 

English school life.] Z.F.33h I 

— Hunt. Prisoners of the Tower of Lon- 

don. Z.iok 18.1 

— HuNTBB. Stories of famous children. 

Z.soa a6.i 

— KiMGSLEY, C. Hereward the Wake. 

[Fiction. England, iith century.] 

Z.F.gk 9 

KiNGSLEY, R. The children of West- 

minster Abbey. Z.3MS4.1 

Kipling. Puck of Pookas Hill. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.iaks 
^— — Rewards and fairies. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i«k 5 



~~ LippiNcoTT. Merrie England. Z.iok ag.. 

~~ I.OBD. Tales from Canterbury Cathedral. 

Z.iok 13.1 

Tales from St. Paul's Cathedral. 

Z.iok 13.3 
^~ — Tales from Westminster Abbey. 

Z.iok 13.3 

"" LovETT. London pictures drawn with pen 

and pencil. Z.iok47.z 

■"" Maddbn. The soldiers of the Duke. 

[Time of Queen Anne.] Z.F.aam i 

Manning and Green. English pictures 

drawn with pen and pencil. Z^iok 46.1 

--Marry AT. The children of the New 

Forest. [Fiction. Time of Charles I.j 

Z.F.4m I 

~~Ma»shall, Emma, Stories of cathedral 

cities of England. Z.iok lai 

~ Marshall, M. E. An island story. 

Z.iok ai.i 

■-Monroe and Buckbee. Europe and its 

people. Z.iob 1.13 



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— Mai 



Englmnd, (Contituud.) 

— Montgomery. Leading facts of English 
history. Z.iok 16.1 

— MoRSis. Historical tales. English. 

Z.iok 3S.1 

— Pylb. Men of iron. [Fiction. England. 
1400.] Z.F.I5P8 

— Robinson and Leyland. For the honor of 
the flag. [Fiction. AdmiriU Bl^e.] 

Z.F,i9r I 

— RoLFE. Tales from English history in 
prose and verse. Z.iok ^.i 

— Scott. The fortunes of Nigel. [Fiction. 
London. James I.] Z.F.gB 10 

Guy Mannering. [Fiction. i7Sp-i77a] 

Ivanhoe. [Fiction. England. Richard L] 

Z.F.0S4 

Kenilworth. [Fiction. Queen Eliza- 
beth.] Z.F.Mg 

Peveril of the Peak. [Fiction. Time 

of Charles II.] Z.F.9" " 

Woodstock. [Fiction. England. Crom- 
well.] Z.F.()S 7 

— ScuDBEH. The English Bodley family. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.teG 

— Stevenson. The black arrow. [Fiction. 
Wars of Roses.] Z.F.I7I3 

— Stockton. Personally conducted. (Tour 
through England.] Z.iolii.ig 

— Stoddard. With the Black Prince. [Fic- 
tion. Battle of Cr^cy.l Z.F.33« 14 

— Stobies from English history for young 
Americans. Z.iok 30.1 

— Tappan. England's story. Z.iskas-i 
In the days of Alfred the Great. 

Z.F.3t 3 

In the days of Queen Victoria. 

Z.3ob IV I 

— ToMLiNsoN. The British Isles. Z.iok 33.1 

— TowLE. Young people's history of Eng- 
land. Z.iok 33.1 

— Warren. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok 30.1 

— Wbistler. Havelock the Dane. [Fiction. 
6th century.] Z.F.adw i 

King Alfred's viking; a story of the 

first English fleet. Z.F.aOwa 

A thane of Wessex. [Fiction. Ethel- 

wulf. gth century.] Z.F.aGwa 

Wulfric the weapon-thane; a story of 

the Danish conquest of East Anglia. 

Z.F.3ew 4 

— Williamson. John and Betty's history 
visit. Z.iok 33.1 

— YoNGE. Caged lion. [Fiction. James 
1. of Scotland.] Z.F.176 

The herd boy and his hermit. [Fiction. 

Time of Henry VI.] Z.F.iy 10 

.— The lances of Lynwood. [Fiction. Time 

of Edward III.] Z.F.iy 8 

Stray pearls. [Fiction. Civil War,] 

Z.F.iy II 

— Zollinger. The rout of the foreigner. 

[Fiction. 13th century,] Z.F.ss i 

English, Thomas Dunn. The boy's book of 

battle lyrics. Z.40C 13.1 

English Bodley family. Scudder. Z.F.6s6 
English fairy tales. Jacobs. Z.F.4J 3 

Erckmann, Emile, and Alexandre Chatrian. 

The history of a conscript of 1813. 

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Ericsson, John. H&adlsy. John Ericsson, 
the miner hoy and his monitor. 

Z.3ob i« I 

— Hubert. Men of achievement; inventors. 

Z.30* aa.a 

Esqw'maax. Andrews. Seven little sisters. 

Z.P^3 

— Ballantyne, Ungava. Z.P.ib4 

— Barnard. How other people live. 



— Chance. Little folk of many lands. 



— Peary, J. D. Children of the Arctic. 

Snow baby. Z.10C4.3 

— Peabv, R. E. Snowiand folk. Z.10C4.3 

— ScANDUN. Hans the Eskimo. Z.toc6.i 

— ScHWATKA. Children of the cold. Z.ioc 7.3 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of 
other lands. Z.ioaa4.i 

— Smith. Eskimo stories. Z. 130c 31. i 

— Staiw. Strange peoples. Z.ioaig.i 

— ToLMAN. Around the world. Vol. I. 

Z.ioa 3.1 

— Wade. Little folks of North America. 

Z.aop 1 4.1 
Essays that every child should know. Mabie. 

Z.4pc 12.1 
Ethelred Preston. Finn. Z.P.iaf 10 

Ethics. Cabot. Ethics for children. 

Z.8oa 3.1 

— Comegys, a primer of ethics. Z.Soaii.i 

— Everett. Ethics for young folks. 

Z.8m8.i 

— Gallwey. Moral training. Z.8oa I0.t 
— Garrison. Parables for school and home. 

Z.aoa 13.1 

— Gould. Conduct stories. - Z.Soa i.i 

— Hale. How to do it. Ziku 14.1 

— Larned. a primer of right and wrong. 

Z.8oa5.i 

— Marden. Architects of fate. Z.Soa 3.1 

Pushing to the front. Z.3oaa(i.i 

Success. ^j?°^ ^^'3 

— Seelye. Duty. ZlSoag.! 
Europe. Barnard. Europe in pictures. 

Z.iob 1.33 
•^ Blake. A summer holiday in Europe. 

— Carpenter. Europe. Z.ioh i.g 

— Cbambeblaih. Europe. Z.ioh lib 

— CoE. Modern Europe. Z.ioh 1.2 

— Uerbertsdn. Europe. [Description.] 

Z.i(fli 7.1 

— King. Picturesque geographical readers. 
Northern Europe. Z.ioaza.i 

— Knox. Boy travellers in Central Europe. 

Z.ioh 1.20 

Boy travellers in Northern Europe. 

Z.iah 1.6 

— — Boy travellers in Southern Europe. 

Z.ioh 1.5 

— Mabr. Schoolgirls abroad. Z.ioh 1. 10 

— Monroe and Buckbee. Europe and its 

Seople. Z.ioh 1.13 

orthern Europe. Z.ioh 1.4 

— Stockton. Personally conducted. [Travel 

in Europe.] Z.ioh i.ig 

— Tappan. European hero stories. Z.ioh 1.7 

— Taylor. Boys of other countries. 

Z.F.3t I 



Europe. (Continued.) 

— Under sunny skies. [Turkey; Hungary.] 

Z.ioh 6.5 

— Wide world. [Companion series.] 

Z.ioa I4-I 
Evangeline. Longfellow. Z.4oe 34.9 

Everett, Charles G, Ethics for young 

people. Z.8oa 8.1 

Every boy's book of sport and pastime. 

Lewis. Z.7oa 5.1 

Everyday birds. Torrey. Z.toop 15.1 

Every-day business. Emery. Z.3ok38.i 

Every-day butterflies. Scudder. Z.ioom g.i 
Every-day ^irl, Crowley. Z.F.agca 

Every-day girls. Lippman. Z.P.13I3 

Every-day life in the colonies. Stone and 

FicKETT. Z.aob 18.1 

Ewald. Cari. Two-legs. Z.ioodS.i 

Bwtng, Juliana H. Brownies and other 

tales. Z.P.iie 2 

— Daddy Darwin's dovecot. Z.F.iie zo 

— A flat iron for a farthing. Z.F.iie? 

— A great emergency and other tales. 

Z.F.iiei4 

— Jackanapes. Z.F.iie 17 
• — Jan of the windmill; a story of the plains. 

Z.P.I le 4 

— Last words. A final collection of stories. 

Z.P.II« II 

— Lob Lie-by-the-fire. Z.F.iiea 

— Mary's meadow, and Letters from a little 

Sarden. Z.P.tiei 

Id-fashioned fairy tales and Brothers 
of Pity. Z.F.iieg 

— Six to sixteen. Z.F.iie 6 

— The story of a short life. Z.F.iie la 

— The Trinity flower, and other stories. 

Z.F.iie 13 

— We and the world: a book for boys. 

Z.F.iie8 

Exmoor Star. Bonser. Z.P.sib i 

Experimental science. Hopkins. Z.ioof 7.1 

Explorers. Dutch. Dickson. From the 

Old World to the New. Z.aobaa.a 

— Fiske. The discovery of America. Vof 
I. Z.30b3i.i.i 

— Griffis. Romance of discovery. Z,iob8.i 

— HiGGiNSON. Book of American explorers. 

Z.aob 37,3 

— Johnson. The world's discoverers. 

Z.iob 6.1 

— Lucia. Stories of American discoverers. 

Z.sob 33.1 

— McMuRRY. pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 15.1 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13. 1 

Explorers. English. Bacon. The boy's 

Drake. Z^bada 

The boy's Hakluyt. Z.3ob3.i 

— Dickson. From the Old World to the 
New. Z.sob 33.3 

— Fiske. The discovery of America. 

Z.aob 31.1 

— Frost. Half-hours with the early ex- 
plorers. Z.iob 3.1 

— GiLMAN. Tales of the pathfinders. 

Z.aob 3g.3 

— GoBDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.3Da 14.3 
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Bxptozeis. English. (Contmued.) 

— GsiPFis. Romance of discovery. Z.iob&i 

— Hale. Stories of discovery, Z.iob9.a 

— HiGGiNsoH. Book of American explorers. 

Z.aob 97.2 

— Johnson. The world's discoverers. 

Z.zob 6.1 

— Lucia. Stories of American discoverers. 

Z.aob 33.1 

— McMuRKV. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.sob 15.1 

Pioneers of the Rocky Mountains. 

Z.aob 15.3 

— Mo WHY. First steps in the history of 
our country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob J3.1 

— SouTHwoRTH. Builders of our country. 

Book I. Z.3ob 16.1.1 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. Z^oc ai.a.9 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.aoa 34.1 
Explorers. French. Abbott. The adven- 
tures of the chevalier dc La Salle and 
his companions. Z.3obiili 

— Bauiwin. Discovery of the old North- 
west. Z.20b 4.1 

— Dickson. From the Old World to the 
New. Z.aob aa.3 

— Drake. Making of the great West. 

Z.aom 6.7 

— FisKE. The discovery of America. 

Z.3ob 3 1. 1 

— Frost. Half -hours with the early ex- 
plorers. Z.iob3.i 

— Oilman. Tales of the pathfinders. 

Z.aob 39.3 

— GoRCV. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.3oa 14.3 

Stories of American explorers. 

Z.3oa 1 4-1 

— Griffis. Romance of discovery. Z.iob 8.1 

— HiGGiNSOH. Book of American explorers. 

Z.3ob 37.3 

— Lucia. Stories of American discoverers. 

Z.3ab 33.1 

— McMuRRY. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 15.1 
Pioneers of the Mississippi valley. 

Z.30b IS.3 

— MowRY. First steps in the history of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.* 

— Parkm AN. La Salle and the discovery of 
the Great West. Z.aob 3o.a 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. Z.40C 3i.3.g 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.aoa34.i 

Explorers. Portuguese. Beazley. Prince 

Henry the Navigator. Z.3ob ah i 

— TowLE. Vasco de Gama. Z.3ob 4d i 
Explorers. Spanish. Barstow. Explorers 

and settlers. Z.3CM45.1 

— Beazley. Prince Henry the Navigator. 

Z.3ob ah i 

— Bolton. Famous voyagers and explorers. 

Z.3oa 3.7 

— DicKsoH. From the Old World to the 
New. Z.aob aa.s 

— Dra^e. Making of the great West. 

Z.aom 6.7 

— Frost. Half-hours with the early ex- 
plorers. Z.iob 3.1 



Explorers. Spanish. (Conlintitd.) 

— Fibre. The discovery of America. 

Z.aob 31. 1 

— GiLUAN. Tales of the pathfinders. 

Z.aob 39.3 

— GoRDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.3oa.i4.3 
Stories of American explorers. 

— Griffis. Romance of discovery. Z.iob S.i 

— HiGGiNSON, Book of American explorers. 

Z.aob 97.3 

— Johnson. The world's discoveries. 

2.10b 6.1 

— Lang. Red true story book. [Conquest 
of Peru,] Z.isato.! 

— Lawler. The story of Columbus and 
Magellan. Z.aob 13.J 

— Lucia. Stories of American discoverers. 

Z.aob 33.1 

— Luuuis. Spanish pioneers. Z.aob is.i 

— McMt'RBY. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 1 5. 1 

Pioneers of the Mississippi valley. 

Z.90b i5.a 

— MowRY. First steps in the history of our 
country. Z.3oa 15.3 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13. 1 

— SouTHWORTH. Buildcrs of our country. 

Book I. Z.3obifi.i.t 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. Z^oc ai.3.9 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.aoK34.i 

— Towle. Magellan. Z.30b4mi 
Pizarro. Z.sob^i 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
history. Z.3ob s&i 

Eyebrigfat^ Woolsev. Z.F.i6w 7 

Eye spy. Gibson. Z.idoss.i 

Eyes and no eyes, Aikin and others. 

Z.F.4a I 
Faber, F. W. The child to whom nobody 

was kind. Z.P.i7ft 

Fabiola. Wiseman. Z.F.3ew a 

Fables. Aesop. Aesop's Fables in words 

of one syllable. Z.4oh 1.4 

Fables. Edited by Joseph Jacobs. 

Z40h 1.3 

— Baldwin. Fairy stories and fables 



!.i30C 3.1 
2.F.i5b 1 



— Bigham. Merry animal tales. Z.P.isb i 

— Guerrier. Wonder folk in wonderland, 

Z.F.J8K I 

— Krylow, Krilof and his fables. Z.4ofaa5.i 

— La Fontaine. Select fables. Z.40ca4.i 

— ScUDDER. Fables and folk stories. 

Z4oh 53.3 

— Tappah Folk stories and fables. 

Z.40C7.1 
— -WicGiN and Smith. The talking beasts. 
Z.4oh 97.1 
Fables from afar, Bryce. Z.iaocs&a 

Facing death., Henty. Z.F.isbg 

Faery queen and her knights. Church. 

Z.4oh 10.5 

Fairbanks, Harold W. Home geography for 

primary grades. Z.ioaii.i 

— Stories of rocks and minerals. Z.J00C4.1 

— The Western United States. Z.iom4.i 
Paircbild family. Sherwood. Z^oc 18.1 
Fairford, Ford. Newfoundland. Z.aop 39.1 



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PaiTT cbangelmg. SpOFPont. Z^odaS.! 

Fairr ring. Wiccin. Z.P.34W8 

PaiiT atones md fables. Baldwin. Z.IJDC3.1 
Fairy talc playa. Bell. Z.4od i.i 

Fmirj talea and Folk-lore. 

Sec mlH> LcBdul*: MTtlu. 

— Alsem. Whr the chimes rang. Z.P.iBa i 

— Andebsen. Faiij storiea. Translated bjr 

Mrs. Lncas. Z.4oh2.3 

^ — Fairy tales. A new translation by 

Urs. H. P. PantL Z^oh 3.8 

— — Hans Andersen's fairy tales. Edited 
for school use by Stickney. 2 vols. 

Z^oha^a 

Stories and tales. Z^ha.7 

Wonder stories. ^-if*^ ** 

— Akabian nights' entertainments. Edited 
by E. E. Hale. Z.F.iua 

— Arabian nights' entertainments. Edited 
by Andrew Lang. Z.P.iia I 

— AsBjosNSEN. Fairy tales from the far 
North. Z^b 5.1 

— — Tales from the Field; a series of popu- 
lar tales from the Norse. Z.P.ioa i 

— AsHNWALt, Can you believe me stories. 

Z.F.IM a 

— — Short stories for short people. Z.P.iaa i 
~ AuLNoy. Fairy tales. Z.P.aaa i 

— Hain. Cossack fairy tales and folk-tales. 

Z.40fa 75. 1 

— Baldwin. Another fair^ reader. Z.130C 3.3 
Fairy stories and (ablee, Z.130C3.1 

— Baum. The Wizard of Oz. Z.F.yba 

— Bay. Danish fairy and folk tales. 

Z.40h4.i 

— Bland. (E. Nesbit.) Five Children and 
It. Z.P44ba 

The house of Arden. Z.P44b4 

The Phoenix and the carpet. Z.P^b i 

— Blodcett. The giant's ruby. Z.P3b i 

— BaoWN, A. F. The flower princess. 

Z.F^7b 5 
The star jewels. Z.P^jb i 

— Brown, Alice. The one-footed fairy, and 
other stories. Z.F^b i 

— Browne, F. Granny's wonderful chair. 

Z.F.46b I 

The wonderful chair and the tales it 

told. Z.F.46b 3 

— BitowN, L. Indian fairy tales. Z.4oh 118.1 

— Canton. The true annals of fairy land. 
The reign of King Herla. Z.F.aac i 

— CAROvfi. The story without an end. 

Z.F.16C I 

— Carrvl. The admiral's caravan. Z.P.+ca 
Davy and the goblin. Z.P.4CI 

— Chapin. Konigskinder. (The royal chil- 
dren,] Z.F.15CI 

— CuoDSKo. Fairy tales of the Slav peas- 
ants, and herdsmen. Z.ifobe.a 

— Craik. The adventures of a brownie. 

Z.F.6C a 

The fairy book. Z.F.fic3 

Little lame prince. ' Z.F.Sc i 

— Ckooke. The talking thrush, and other 
tales. Z.F.38C I 

— Dahton, a wonder book of beasts. 

Z^ohti.a 

— Dasent. Norse fairy tales. Z.ioh 76.1 

— DiAuoND fairy book. Z.F-sd i 

— DuDOSON. (Lewis Carroll.) Alice's ad- 
ventures in Wonderland. Z.F.isd i 



Fmirj tMleg and Folk-lore. (Ctmlimud.) 
Through the looking-glass. Z.P,i5d4 

— Dl-has. Fairy tales. Z.F.asd i 

— DuNHAK. The sons o' Cormac, an' tales 
of other men's sons. Z.F.iad 3 

— Field, R., editor. Famous fairy tales. 

Z,40C ai.a.3 

— Frost. Fairies and folk of Ireland. 

Z^oh 95.1 

— Gask. Legends of our little brothers. 

Z.4ohii4.i 

— Gibbon. The true annals of Fairyland. 
Old King Cole. Z.F.zay i 

— Golden fairy book, comprising stories 

by Jokai, Sand and others. Z.F.i4g i 

~Gbe<h>rv. The Kiltartan wonder book. 

Z.40h gi.i 

— Grierson. The Scottish fairy book. 

Z^h 73.1 

— GaiFFi^ The fire-fly's lovers and otner 

fairy tales of old Japan. Z.F.aig i 

— GRimi Brothers. Fairy tales and house- 
hold stones. Translated by Panll and 
Wheatley. Z.F.t5g3 

German popular tales. Z.P.isg 5 

Grimm's fairy tales, edited by Wiltse, 

Z.P.i5ge 

Household stories. Translated by 

L. Crane. Z.F.isg i 

— Grundtvig. Fairy tales from afar. 

Z^Aoh 93.1 

— Harris. Mr. Rabbit at home. Z.F.yba 

Nights with Uncle Remus. Z.F.jbS 

LTncle Remus; his songs and s'tyings. 

2.F.7E 3 

— Houghton. The Russian grandmother's 
wonder tales, Z.Aohs&i 

— Ingelow, Mopsa the fairy, Z.F.3i4 
Three fairy tales. Z.F.ai3 

— Jacobs. The book of wonder voyages. 

Z.F.4J1 

Celtic faiiy tales. Z.F.4^ a 

En^hsh fairy tales. Z.P4J3 

Indian fairy tales, Z.F^j 4 

More Celtic tales, Z.F.4J5 

More English fairy tales. Z.F.4)6 

— Jerrold. The reign of King Oberon. 

Z.F.i5i I 

— Johnson. The elm-tree (airy book. 

Z,F,6i I 

— Kennedy. The New World fairy book. 

Z4oh4n.i 

— KiNcsLEY. The water-babies. Z.F.ijki 

— Laboulave. Fairy book, Z.P.al a 

■ Last fairy tales. . Z.F.al i 

The quest of the four-leaved clover. 

Adapted from Abdallah by Field. 

Z.F.SI I 

— Lagerlof, Further adventures of Nils. 

Z.F.st 3 

The wonderful adventures of Nils. 

Z.F.5I I 

— Lang. The blue fairy book. Z.F.3I4 

The brown fairy book. Z.F.3I9 

The crimson fairy book. Z.Pjl6 

The green fairy book. Z.F.3I3 

— — The pink fairy book. Z.F.3I7 

The olive fairy book. Z.F.sTii 

The orange fairy book. Z.P^ 10 

The red fairy book, Z.F^sls 

The violet fairy book. Z.F^ia 

The yellow fairy book. Z.F.3I8 



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Faixs tales and Folk-lore. (CimtiMutd.) 

— JL^NSiNG. Fairy tales. Z.F.6I i 

— JLeamy. The golden spears and other 

fairy tales. Z^h6u 
Irish fairy tales. Z^fa 6l,I 

— lL>oaENziNi. (C. Collodi.) PJnocchio's 

adventures in Wonderland. Translated 
from the Italian. Z.F.16I1 

— 2h4ABiE. Fairy tales eveij child should 

know. Z^h aS.! 

— I^ACDONALD. At the t>ack of the North 

"Wind. Z.P.i3m 2 

— The light princess and other tales. 

Z.F.i3m I 
.— The princess and Curdie. Z.P.iams 

— The princess and the goblin. Z.P.iams 

— Z^ACDONELL. Italian fairy book.. Z.4oh 98.1 

— IklACE. Home fairy tales. Z.F.iam i 

— ^IacMamus. Donegal fairy stories. 

Z.F4mi 

— IkfoLESwoRTH. The magic nuts. Z.F.30in zo 

— ^AIussET. Mr. Wind and Madame Rain. 

Z.P.a7m I 

— HoBTON. The story teller. Z.4ocai.3.i 

— Orczv. Old Hungarian fairy tales. 

Z.P.IP I 

— OzAKi. The Japanese fairy book. 

Z4oh5ai 

— Pebrault. Tales of Mother Goose. 

Z.i3ob i^i 

— Plympton. The happy forest and its 

Christmases. Z.4oh 69.1 

— Polevoi. Russian fairy tales. Z.4oh75.3 

— Pyle, H. The garden behind the moon. 

Z.F.I5P3 

Pepper and salt. Z.F.iSp 7 

Twilight land. Z.F.iSpi 

The wonder clock. Z.F.isP4 

— Tyle, K. As the goose flies. Z.F.1^6 

The Counterpane Fairy. Z.F.iGps 

-^ — Fairy tales from many lands. Z.^oh()4.i 

— — In the green forest. Z.F.iBp i 

— Rabelais. Three good giants. Z.F.an 

— Haspe. Surprising adventures of Baron 

Munchausen. Z.F.er i 

— Ehvs. The English fairy book. Z.4ob yg.a 

— EusKiN. King of the Golden River. 

Z.F.i4r I 
^— ScuDDEB. The book of folk stories. 

Z.P.GB I 
The children's book. Z.F.Cas 

— Steel. Tales of the Punjab; told by the 
people. Z.4oh45.i 

— Stockton. Fanciful tales. Z.F.sas 8 
■~~ — The floating prince and other fairy 

tales. Z.F-aasg 

— — Ting-a-ling. Z.F.sat 4 

— Tappak. The golden goose and other 

fairy tales from the Swedish. Z.F.9t3 

— Thackeray. The rose and the ring. 

Z.F.4t I 

— Thomsen. East o' the sun and west o' 
the moon. Z.4oh 137.1 

— T1LESTON-" The children's treasure trove 
of pearls. Z.F.St i 

—Valehtinb. Aunt Louisa's book of fairy 
tales. Z.ijoa 36.1 

The old, old fairy tales. Z.F4VI 

— Welsh. Fairy tales children love. 
Z.F.gw 3 

— WiGGiM and Smith. The fairy ring. 
Z.F.24W8 



Fairy tales and Folk'tore. (CotOauud.) 

Magic casements. Z,F.34W9 

Tales of laughter. Z.F.a4w 14 

Tales of wonder. Z.F.a4Wio 

— Williams. Fairy tales from folk lore. 

Z.4oh 44.1 

— WiLLisTON. Japanese fairy tales. 2 v. 

Z.P.t7W I 
Fairyland of flowers. Pratt. Z.ioot34.i 
Fair;luid of science. Fishrk. Z.iooa a,i 
Faith Gartney't girlhood. Whitney. 

Z.F.igw a 

Fall of the year. Sharp. Z.100S is.i 

Familiar animals and their wild kindred. 

MoNTEiTH. Z.iool 9g.a 

Familiar flowers of field and garden. 

Mathews. Z.ioot 8.1 

Familiar trees and their leaves. Mathews. 

Z.ioot &a 

Family flight around home. Hale. Z.aop 17.1 

Family flight over Egypt and Syria. Hale. 

Z.3og 8.1 

Family flight through France, Germany, 

Norway and Switzerland. Hale. 

Z.iob 3.14 
Family flight through Spain. Hale. 

Z.iob 6.10 
FamouB adventures and prison escapes of 
the Civil War. Z.aoes^ 

Famous American authors. Bolton. 

Z.3oa3.{ 
FaraouB American statesmen. Bolton. 

Z.3oa 3.14 
Famous battles by land and sea. Long. 

Z.40C 3t.a.i6 
Famous cavalry leaders. Johnston. 

Z_;3oa3S.a 
Famous English authors. Bolton. z.3oa 3.6 
Famous English statesmen. Bolton. 

Z.3oa 3.ifi 

Famous European artists. Bolton. Z.3oa3J5 

Famous explorers. Sparks. ^■iP'^ 3i.3.g 

Famous Indian chiefs. Johnston. Z.3oa 35^ 

Famous legends. Crouuelin. Z.4ob 16.1 

Famous men of Greece. Haaren and 

Poland. Z.ish 5.6 

Famous men of Rome. Haaren and Folahd. 

Z.i5hfi.6 

Famous men of the Middle Ages. Haakbm 

and Poland. Z.isaS.! 

Famous pictures of real boys and girls. 

Bryant. Z.iaoa la.i 

Famous privateersman and adventurers of 

the sea. Johnston. Z.3oa35.3 

Famous voyagers and explorers. Bolton. 

Z^oa3.7 

Fanciful flower tales. Bighau. Z.F.isd a 

Fanciful tales. Stockton. Z.F.33t8 

Faiis, John T. Winning their way. Z,3oa57.i 

Farm and forest. Bailey. Z-tocaa.1.3 

Farmer, Lydia H. The boys' hook of 

famous rulers. Z.3oai7,i 

— The girls' book of famous queens. 

Z.30« 17.3 

— Tile life of Lafayette. Z.sobala 
Farragut, David G. Barnes. Midshipman 

Farragut. Z.P.ab4 

— Beebe. Four American naval heroes. 

Z^oa63.i 

— Bolton. Poor boys who became Vinous. 



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Farragat, David G. (Cmtiimtd.) 

— Fkothingham. Sea fighters from Drake 
to Farragut. Z.iob?.! 

— Hale. Stories of the sea. Z.iobo.i 

— Mahan. Admiral Farragut. Z.aob jf i 

— Morris. Heroes of the navy in America. 

Z.3ohe.i 

— Roosevelt and Lodge. Hero tales from 
American history. Z.aoa 17.1 

— SouTHWOHTH. Buildets of onr country. 
Book 2. Z.30b i6.t.3 

Farrington, Margaret V, Tales of King 
Arthur. Z.4oh 14.1 

FasBctt, James H, Colonial life in New 
Hampshire, Z.aom^.'] 

Fast friends. Trowbkidge. Z.F.i4ta3 

Fast mail. Dbysdale. Z.P.33d3 

Favorite Greek myths. Hyde. Z.4obg3.z 
Feathers, furs and fins. Z.iool 31. i 

Feats on the fiord. Martineau. Z.F.isms 
Felicis. Gould. Z.F.iiga 

Felicia visits. Gouui. Z.F.1JK3 

Felicia's folks. Gould. Z.F.tig4 

Felicia's friends. Gould. Z.F.iigi 

Fenn, George M. Chargel A story of 
Briton and Boer. Z.F^3 

— Devon hoys; a tale of the North Shore, 

Z.P.8f6 

— In the king's name; or, the cruise of the 
"Kestrel." Z.F.8I7 
A Btory or Jacobile ti««, 

■*-The kopje garrison; a tale of the Boer 
War. Z.F,afa 

— Nat the naturalist; or, a boy's adventures 
in the Eastern seas. Z.F^4 

— Planter Jack; or, the cinnamon garden. 

Z.P.8f 8 

— Quicksilver; or, the boy with no skid to 
his v^heel. Z.F.8f5 

— Syd Belton, the boy who would not go 
to sea. Z.F^i 

Femley House. Richards. Z.F.iir3 

Ferris, Richard. How it flies. Z.soaaa.i 

Ferryman, A. F. Mockler-. The life story of 

a tiger. Z.iool 6.z 

— Norway. [Peeps at many landsj 

Z.ioh 8.5 
Field, Cyril, The story-t>f the submarine. 
Z.soa 15.1 
Field, Eugene. Christmas tales and Christ- 
mas verse. Z.40C3i-i 

— A little book of profitable tales. Z.F.af i 

— Love songs of childhood. Z.4oe 35.3 

— Lullaby-Land. Z.4oe 35.3 

— With trumpet and drum. Z4oe3S.7 
Field, Roswell, editor. Famous fairy tales. 

[Young folks' library.] Z^oc 31.33 

Field, Waher T. The quest of the four- 
leaved clover. Adapted from Labou- 
laye's Abdallah. Z.F-sfi 

Field and forest handy book. Beard. 

Z.7ob 1.3 

Fifteen decisive battles of the world. Creasy. 

Z.i5a s-i 

Fifty famous peojjle. Baldwin. Z.3oa 15-3 

Fifty famous stories retold. Baldwin. 

Z.isa 3.1 
Fighting a fire. Hill. Z.5oa5.3 

Fighting the Saracens; a tale of the Cru- 
sades. Hehty. Z.F.ish g 
Fighting under the Southern Cross. Wet- 
HOBE. Z.F.fiw I 



Pinck, Henry T. Pacific coast scenic tour. 

Z.aop 33.1 

Fine arts. Cox. Z^oc33.i.io 

Finger plays. Poulssoh. Z.isoc 35.3 

Finikin and his golden pippins. Maclbod. 

Z.F.5m I 

Finland, Thomson. Z.ion 4j 

Finn, Francis J. The best foot forward and 

other stories. Z.V.tati 

— Claude Lightfoot. Z.P.i3f3 

— Ethelred Preston. Z.F.iatio 

— Harry Dee; or, making it out. Z.F.i3f3 

— His first and last appearance. Z.F.iafg 

— Mostly boys. Short stories. Z.F.isfs 

— New faces and old. Z.F.i3f4 

— Percy Wynn. Z.P.iaf? 

— That football game. Z.F.isffi 

— Tom Playfair. Z.F.iafS 
Finn, Mary A. Nora's mission. Z.F.jf i 
Finnemore, John. Barbary rovers. Z.iogS.a 

— England. [Peeps at many landsj 

Z.iok 6.1 

— France. [Peeps at many lands.] Z.10I17.3 

— The Holy Land. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.tof 1.13 

— India. [Homes of many lands,] Z.iof 1.33 

— India. [Peeps at many lands,] Z.iof i.i 

— Italy, [Peeps at many lands,] Z.ioh 6.3 

— Japan. [Peeps at many lands.] Z.iof 3.5 

— Morocco. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.iog 6.1 

— The story of Robin Hood and his merry 
men. Z.F.6f a 

— Switzerland. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.ioh 7.5 

— The Wolf patrol, Z.F.6fi 
Fire fighters and their pets, Downes. 

Zjoa6.i 

Fire-fly's lovers. Griffis. Z.F.3igt 

Fire service. Downes. Fire fighters and 

their pets. Z.soa6.t 

— Hill, Fighting a fire. Z.^oa 5.3 

— Jewett, Town and city. Z.6oa 3.1 

— MoFFETT. Careers of danger and daring. 

[Firemen.] Z.5oa4-i 

Flrstacross the continent. Brooks. Z.aop 40.1 
First Christmas. Gilbert. Z.gob 31.3 

First Christmas tree. Van Dyke. Z.F.Ct j 
First lessons in food and diet. Richards. 
Z.6oa 3.1 
First studies in music biography. Tapper. 
Z.3oa 74.1 
First studies of plant life, Atkinson. 

Z.IOOt 3.1 

First years in handicraft, Kenvon, Z.sob 10.1 
Firth, Emma M. Stories of old Greece. 

Z^ohSg.! 
Fisb and Fishing. Adams. Harper's Out- 
door book, Z. 70b 3.1 

— Baskbtt, Story of the fishes, Z.iooD 1,1 

— Beard, Outdoor handy book. Z.76b i.i 

— Carpenter. Foods and their uses. 

Z.sod 4.1 
How the world is fed, Z.soas.i 

— Chase and Clow, Stories of industry. 
Vol, 2. Z.5M I3.I 

— CoE, Our American neighbors, Z.aop 35.1 

— Duncan. Adventures of Billy Topsail. 

I Fiction.] Z.F.37d I 

— Hakdv. tica stories fur wonder eyes. 

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Fish aad Fisbing. (Cantmued.) 

— Holder. The boy anglers. [Fiction.! 

Z.V.aqk i 

— Inukhso'll. Book of the ocean. Z.iootfj.i 

— Keene. The boy's own guide to fishing. 

Z.7ob 16.1 

— King. Picturesque geographical readers. 

Vol. 2. Z.IOa 33.1.3 

— Kipling. Caplains courageous. [Fiction.! 

Z.F.isk 4 

— Lane. Industries of to-day. Z.soaS.i 

— McMuRRY. Type studies from the ge- 
ography of the United States. Z.aop 37.1 

— MuNHOE. Dorymates. [FictionJ 

Z.F.34m 12 

— Our country: East. Z.30P30.1 

— RoLT- Wheeler. Boy with the U. S. 
fisheries. Z.F.15W 3 

— Thompson. Boys' book of sports. 

Z.7ob 9.1 

— Wells. Fly-rods and fly-tackle. Z.70C 3.1 
Fisher, Arabella B. (Arabella Buckley.) 

The fairyland of science. Z.iooaa.i 

Fishing and hunting. Mott and Dutton. 

Z.ioa 4'3 
Fiske, John. Civil government in the United 

States. Z.aok 15.3 

— The discovery of America. Z.aob^i.i 

— A history of the United States for schools. 
_Z.3oa 

lohi 
Z.30C 0.3 

Fitchett, William H. Deeds that won the 

Empire. Z.iok g.i 

Fitrpatrick, ^iV James P. Jock of the Bush-/ 

veld. Z.iog 3.1 

Five children and It. Bland. Z.F^^bs 

Five little Peppers and how they grew. 

LoTHROP. Z.F.15I 6 

Five little Peppers grown up. Lothrop. 

Z.F.ISI8 
Five little Peppers midway. Lothrop. 

Z.P.t5l7 
Five little strangers. Schwartz. Z.ioai6.t 
Five mice in a moose-trap. RtCHAROs. 

Z.F.iir 12 
Five minute stories. Richards. Z.F.itr ii 
Five senses. Keves. Z.4ob 16,1 

Flag Day. Schauffi.ek. Z.4ob4.7 

Flag on the hilltop. Eahle. Z.F.3e i 

Flags. Brooks. Century book for young 
Americans, Z.aok 3.1 

— Dole. Young citizen. Z.3oka4.i 

— Ellis. Historical readings illustrative 
of American patriotism. Z.aoa 8.1 

— Hoi.DEN. Our country's flag. Z.soa 43.1 

— Le Row. Pieces tor every occasion. 

Z.4od 33.1 

— Morris. Washington, Lincoln and the 
American flag. Z.aoa 40.1 

— Our holidays. Z.3oa 33.1 

— SCHAUFFLER. Flag Day. Z.4ob 4.7 

— Stevenson, Days and deeds. [Verse.] 

Z.4ob I3.I 
Flamingo feather. Munroe. Z.F.24m ii 

Flat iron for a farthing. Kwing. Z.F.iie7 
Floating prince. Stockton. Z.F.jaa^ 

Flock of girls and boys. Pehry. Z.F.iop i 
Floor games. Wells. Z.7od34.i 

Florence. [Peeps at great cities.] Gsierson. 

Z.ioh6.i7 
Flower of the flock. Egan. Z.F.se 3 



Flower princess. Brown. Z.F.47b5 

Flowers and Plants, Atkinson. First studies 

of plant life. Z.ioota.i 

— Bailey. Lessons with plants. Z.ioot la.i 

— Beal. Seed dispersal. Z.ioot i.i 

— Brown. Plant baby and its friends. 

Z.ioot3.i 

— FuLTz. The fly-aways and other seed- 
travelers. Z.ioot 5.1 

— Hale. Flower less plants. Z.iooto.! 

— LouNSBERHY. The wild flower book for 
young people. Z.ioot 30.1 

— Matbews. Familiar flowers of field and 
garden. • Z.ioot 8.1 

— MoRLEY. Flowers and their friends. 

Z.ioot 33.4 

— — Little wanderers. Z.ioot 33.1 
Seed babies. Z.ioot 33.3 

— Parsons. According to the season. 

Z.ioot 14.5 

— —How to know the ferns. Z.ioot 144 
How to know the wild flowers. 

Z.ioot 14^ 
Plants and their children. Z.ioot 14.1 

— Pratt. The fairyland of flowers. 

Z.ioot 34.1 

— Sargent. Corn plants. Z.ioot 13.1 

— Stack. Wild flowers every child should 
know. Z.ioot 33.1 

— Weed. Wild flower families. Z.ioot ai.i 

— Wilkinson. Story of the cotton plant. 

Z.ioat 18.1 
FIjr-awaj'S and other seed travelers. Fultz. 
Z.ioot 5.1 
Flying macbiaes. See Aeronautics. 
Flying Plover. Roberts. Z^oh 65.1 

Foa, Eugenie. The boy life of Napoleon. 

Z.3ob 7n 3 
Fobes, Walter K. Five minute declama- 
tions. Z.4ob 10,1 
Folk-lore readers. Book T. Groves. 

Z.130C 15.3 
Folk-lore readers. A primer. Grover. 

Z.130C 15,1 
Folk lore stories and proverbs. Wiltse. 

Z.130C S.I 
Food. Brown. Sugar. Z.joa ag.i 

— Carpenter, F. G. How the world is fed, 

Z.5oa3.i 

— Carpenter, F. O, Foods and their uses. 

Z.5od4.i 

— Chamberlain. How we are fed. Z.soa 9.3 

— Jewett. Good health. 2.60x3.3 

— — Town and city. Z.6oa3.i 

— Keller and BiSHOP. Commercial and in- 
dustrial geography. Z. 10840.1 

— KiRBY. Aunt Martha's corner cupboard. 

Z^^soa 1 1.3 

— Lyde. Man and his markets. Z.ioa7.i 

— Richards. First lessons in food and diet. 

Z.6oa3.t 
Football. See Athletics. 
Foote, Mary H. The little fig-tree stories. 
Z.F.9f I 
For king or country. Barnes. Z.P.sb I 

For the honor of the flag. Robinson and 
Leyland. Z.F.igri 

For the honor of the school. Barbour. 

Z.F^b 14 
For the Norton name. Godfrey. Z,F.7g i 
For the .Stars and Stripes. Tomlinson. 

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For the White Rose. Hinkson. Z.F.i6h 
For Vardley. Babbouk. Z.F.5bi5 

Ford, Paul Leicester, editor. Great words 

from great Americans. Z.aok 7.1 

Ford, Sewell. Horses nine. Stories of 

harness and saddle. Z.F.igf i 

Foreitry. See Trees, ForeBtrjr and Lumber- 

itiE- 
Forest castaways. Bartlktt. Z.F.iab 1 

Forgotten tales of lony ago. Lucas. 

Z.40C3-3 
Fonnan, Samuel E. A history of the United 

States for schools. Z.aoa37.i 

— Stories of useful inventions. Z.goa 35.1 
Forrester, Jzola L. The Polly Page Ranch 

Club. Z.F.9if z 

Fortyth, George A. Thrilling days in army 

life. Z.a6h 8.1 

FoFBythe, Clarence, editor. Old songs for 

young America. Z.iaoc 31. 1 

Fortescne, Mm. John W. The story of a 

red-deer. Z.iool 53.1 

Fortunes of a tittle emigrant. Mannix. 

Fortunes of Nigel. Scott. Z.F^ 10 

Fortunes of Toby Trafford, Trowbrii>gb. 

Z.F.i4t 18 
"Forward, March." Munkoe. Z.V.am ag 
Forward pass. Bakbour. Z.F.5b4 

Foster, Charles. Story of the Bible. 

Z4ob4.3 
Foster, John W. Pre-historic races. 

Z.iood 3.1 
Foster, Mary H., and Mabel H. Cummings. 
Asgard stories. Z.4oh33.i 

Foster, Olive H. Cookery for little girls. 

Zsofe.! 
•^Housekeeping for little girls. Z.jofG.s 
•^Sewing for little girls. Z.sofG.3 

Four afoot. BABBOtiB. Z.F.sbs 

Four American explorers. Kingsley. 

Z.30«S5.2 
Four American inventors. Perry. Z.3oa 63.2 
Four American naval heroes. Beebe. 

Z.3oa 63.1 
Four American patriots. Burton. Z.3oa 4.1 
Four American pioneers. Ferry and Beebe. 

Z.3oa63.i 
Four American poets. Cody. Z.soa 16.1 

Four feet, two feet and no feet . Richards. 

Z.iool 36.1 
Four great Americans. Baldwin. Z.aoas.i 
Four hundred animal stories. Cochrane. 

Z.IO0I I3.I 

Four in camp. Barbour. Z.F.sb 7 

Four little mischiefs. Gilbert. Z.F.sgg 
Four MacNicols. Black. Z.F.sib 3 

Four plays for children. Chapman. 

Z4od35.i 
Four Winds Farm. Molesworth. Z.F.aom 6 
Four-handed folk. Miller. Z.ioob3fi,i 

Fourth of July. See Independence Day. 
Fox, Frank. Australia. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iadi4.i 

Fox, John W. The little shepherd of King- 
dom Come. Z.F.i6fi 
France. 

Includes noriei bsicd on French historr. 

— Abbott. History of Napoleon Bonaparte. 

Z.3ob 70 I 



France. (Conlinited.) 

— Brooks. Boy of the First Empire. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.iSbi 

— Cabpenter. Europe. Z.ioh i.g 
— ■ Chauberlaih. Europe. Z.iob i.ia 

— CoE Modern Europe. Z.ioh i.a 

— Creighton. First history of France. 

Z.ioh 7.17 

— Dickens. Tale of two cities. [Fiction. . 
Paris and London, French Revolution.) 

Z.F.8d4 

— DuTTON. Little stories of France. 

Z.tsh 7.1 

— Erckhann and Chatriak. The history of 
a conscript of 1813. Z.F.iaei 

— FiNNEuoBE. France. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iob 7.3 

— FoA. The boy life of Napoleon. 

Z.3ob nt 3 

— Froissabt. The boy's Froissart. Edited 
by Sidney Lanier. Z.ioh 7.8 

Stories from Froissart. Edited by 

Newbolt. Z.iob 7.7 

— George. A little journey to France and 
Switzerland. Z.ioh a.i 

— GuERBEB. Story of modern France. 

Z.ioh 7.34 

— HAtE. In His name. [Fiction. Wald- 
enses, about 1200. Z.F.3I13 

— Hale and Hale. A family flight through 
France, Germany, Norway, and Switzer- 
land. Z.ioh 3.14 

— Hassall. Louis XIV. and the zenith of 
the French monarchy. Z.3ob8Ii 

— Henty. At Agincourt; a tale of the White 

Hoods of Paris. [Fiction.] Z.F.i5fa33 

In the reign of terror. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5h 31 

St. Bartholomew's Eve. [Fiction. 

Huguenot Wars.] Z^.i5b 14 

Through Russian snows. [Fiction. 

Napoleon's retreat from MoscowJ 

Z.F.i5h 39 

— — Young franc-tireurs. [Fiction. Franco- 

Prussian War.] Z.P.i5b53 

— KrHKLAHD. A short history of France. 

Z.ioh 7.13 

— Knox. Boy travellers in Central Europe, 

— —Boy travellers in Southern Europe. 

Z.ioh 1.5 

— Macgbecor. The story of France. 

Z.ioh 7.ig 

— Major. The Little King. A story of the 
childhood of Louis XIV. Z.F.8m3 

— Martineau. The peasant and the prince. 

[Fiction. The Revolution.] Z.F.I5m3 

— Monroe and Buckbee. Europe and its 
people. Z.ioh 1. 13 

— MoNTGOMEHV. Leading facts of French 
history. Z.ioh 7.13 

— Paul. True stories from French history. 

Z.iob 74 

— Saihtine. Picciola. [Fiction. Time or 
Napoleon.] Z.F.as i 

— Scott. Anne of Geierstein. (France and 
Switzerland. i4?4-77.] Z.P.gsa 

-Quentin Durward. [France. Louis X.] 

Z.VmS 

— Seaman. When a cobbler ruled the king. 

[A story of the "Lost Dauphin."] 

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France. (Contimted.) 

— Stevekson. Travels with a donkey. 

Z.ioh 7.18 

— Stockton. Story of Viteau. [Fiction. 
Louis IX.] Z.F.3Mi6 

— Weyman. House of the Wolf. [Fiction. 
Massacre of St. Bartholomew.] Z.F.Tw i 

-Under the red robe. [Fiction, Car- 
dinal Richelieu.] Z.F.Twa 

— YoNGB. Little duke. (Fiction. Nor- 
mandy, loth century. Z.F.iya 

Stray pearls. [Fiction. France, 17th 

century.] Z.F.iy 11 

— — Young folks' history of France. 

Z.ioh 7.20 
Frandllon, Robert E. Gods and heroes. 

Z,4oh 3^1 

JFrancis of Assist, Saint. Adderlet. Francis, 

the little poor man of Assisi. Z.3ob if 3 

— Brown. Book of saints and friendly 
beasts. Z.aoa 79.1 

— Macgsegor. Stories of three saints. 

Z.gob 33.1 

— Wheldon. a little brother to the birds. 

Z.30bifa 

Francis Apricot. Bearnb. Z.F.48bS 

FranuBco, our little Argentine cousin. 

Brooks. Z.iol a.i 

Frank Brown, sea apprentice. Bullbn. 

Z.F.sob I 

FranUin, Benjamin. Autobiography, edited 

by J. Bigelow. Z.3ob5f4 

— Poor Richard's almanac and other papers. 

Z.40C 13-1 

Franklin, Benjamin. Baldwin. Four great 

Americans. , Z.aoas-i 

— Barstow. The colonists and the Revolu- 
tion. Z.3oa45-3 

— Bolton. Famous American statesmen. 

Z.3oa 3-14 

— Brooks. Century book of famous Ameri- 
cans. Zmm 5.1 

— — Historic Americans.. Z.joaS.a 

— — True story of Benjamin Franklm. 

Z.3ob3f3 

— Dawes. Colonial Massachusetts. 

Z.aom a. I 

— EooLESTON. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.aoa 7.3 

Stories of great Americans for little 

Americans. Z.aoa 7.1 

— Hubert. Men of achievement: inventors. 

Z.3oa3a.3 

— Matthews. Introduction to American 
literature. Z4oa 13.1 

— Strong. Benjamin Franklin. Z.3ob5fi 

— Wright. Children's stories of the great 
scientists. Z.3oa07.a 

Fraoer, William A. The Sa' Zada tales, 

Z.F.i4f t 
Fred's little daughter. Smith. Z.F.31S i 
Frederick the Oreat. Carpenter. The story 
of Frederick the Great. Zjob at i 

Freedom triumphant. Coffin. Z.aots-S 

Frcenun, E. A. Old English history. 

Z.iok44-' 
French, Alice. We all Z.F.afi 

French, Allen. The junior cup. Z.F.isf i 

— The Siege of Boston. Z.2oni r.ii 
French, Harry W. The lance of Kanana. 

Z.F.^ I 

French and Indian War. Canavan. Ben. 

Comee, [Fiction.] Z.F,3Ci 



French and Indian War. (Conlinued.) 

— Cooper. Last of the Mohicans. Z.F.3CI 
The pathfinder. [Fiction.] Z.F.8C5 

— Drake. Indian history for young folks. 

Z.30K7.4 

The taking of Louisburg. I74S- 

Z.aobsa.i 

— Henty. With Wolfe in Canada. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.ish ig 

— Johnson. A history of the French War. 

Z.30C 13.1 

— Kaler. Boys of 174S at the capture of 

Louisburg. [Fiction.] Z.F.ik 4 

— Muhroe. At war with Pontiac. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a4m i 

— Parkman. Conspiracy of Pontiac. 

Z.30b 30-5 

Montcalm and Wolfe. Z.aobao.e 

— Seawbli, A Virginia cavalier. Z.F.Ss 3 

— Sloane. The French war and the Revolu- 
tion. Z.aod 7.1 

— Smith. The boy captive in Canada. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.19S 14 
The boy captive of Old Deerfield. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.igo 13 

Boys of the border. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.198 IS 

— Strang. Rob the Ranger. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.43S 3 

French eggs in an English basket. Soo- 

VESTSE. Z.F.4SSI . 

Fresh posies. Brown. Z.4oe a.a 

Freshman Dorn, pitcher. Quirk. Z.F.aq i 
Friedrich-Friedrich, Emmy. An obstinate 
maid. " Z.F.i3f i 

Friendly stars. Martin. Z.ioob7.2 

Friends and cousins. Brown. Z.F.47b3 

Friends and helpers. Eddv. Z.ioo1i?.i 

Friends in the end. Dix. Z.F.tiA 3 

Friends, though divided. Henty. Z.F.ish 34 
Friends worth knowing. Ingersoll. 

Z.zool 16.2 
Friendship of Anne, Deland. Z.F.6d 4 

Friendship of nations. GuLLIVER. Z.8oa7.i 
Frigate Constitution. Hollis. Z.aohs-i 

Frigate's namesake. Abbot. Z.F.asa i 

Frit* in Germany. McDonald and Dal- 

RYMFLE. z.ioh 3.S 

Froissart, Jean. The boy's Froissart, Edited 
by Sidney Lanier. Z.ioh 7.8 

— Newbolt, Stories from Froissart, 

Z.ioh 7.7 
From Atlanta to the sea. Dunn. Z.F.3gd4 
From colony to commonwealth. Tiffany. 
Z.aob 19.3 
From pole to pole. Hedin. Z.ioasS.i 

From school to battlefield. King. Z.F.8k 3 
From the Old World to the New. Dickson. 
Z.aob aa.i 
From trail to railway through the Appala- 
chians. Brigham. Z.aop 13.3 
Frost, Thomas. Half hours with the early 
explorers. Z.iob 3.1 
Frost, William H. The court of King 
Arthur, Z^oh go.i 

— Fairies and folk of Ireland. Z^ohgs.i 

— The Knights of the Round Table. 

Z.4ob 90. a 

— The Wagner story book. Z.F.iof i 
Frothingham, Jessie P. Running the gant- 
let. Z.F.93f I 

— Sea fighters from Drake to Farragut. 

Z.iob 7.1 



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Pueitive freahman. The. Paine. Z.P.I$ a 
Puller, Anna. A bookful of girls. Z.F.aof i 
Fuller. Caroline M. The alley cat'a kitten. 
Z.F.iSf I 
Fuller, Melville W. The professions. [Voca- 
tions.] Z40C aa.1.5 
Fullenon, Lady Georgiana. Tales of truth 
and trust. Z.F.ssf i 
Fulton, Robert. Barstow. A new nation. 
Z.ac«45-3 

— GoRDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.aoa. 14.3 

— Hale. Stories of invention. Z.soa 18.1 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.5oa a&i 

— Hubert. Men of achievement: inventors. 

Z.3oa 33.1 

— Knox. The life of Robert Fulton, and a 
history of steam navigation. Z.3ob 4f i 

— Perry. Four American inventors. 

Z.3oa 63. a 

— SoUTHWORtH. Builders of our country. 
Book 2. Z.3ob 1G.1.3 

— Stevenson. Guide to biography. (Ameri- 



1 of r 



"i-; 



Fultz, Francis M. The fly-aways and other 

seed travelers. Z.ioots-i 

Fur seal's tooth. Munroe. Z.F.34in33 

Fur trade. Chase and Clow. Stories of 

industry. Vol. 2. Z-soa 13.1.3 

— Coffin. Old times in the colonies. 

Z.3ob 3.1 

— King. Picturesque geographical readers. 
Book 2. Z.toa 33.1.3 

Fumeanx, William S. Life in ponds and 
streams. Z.100I56.1 

Further adventures of Nils. LagerlSf. 

Z.F.5I3 
Gabriel and the hour book. Stein. Z.F.159 a 
Gaelic folk tales. O'Sreridan. Z.4oh 77.1 
Gallant grenadier. Brereton. Z.F.ssb a 

GtiBUt, Vasco da. Frost. Half hours with 
the early explorers. Z.iob&i 

— Hale. Stories of discovery. Z.iob9.3 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 1 3.1 
.— TowLE. Vasco da Gama. Z.3ob4di 

Games, Sports mad Amusements. 
S« also Athlctica. 

— Adahs. Harper's Indoor book for boys. 

Z.7od9-i 

Harper's Outdoor book for boys. 

Z.7ob 3.1 

— Bancroft. Games for the playground, 
home, school and gymnasium. Z.7oa6.i 

— Beabd, D. C. American boy's handy 
book. Z. 70a 3.1 

The jack of all trades. New ideas for 

American boys. Z.70bi.4 
The outdoor handy book. .Z.7obi.3 

— Bearp, L., and A. B. Beard. The Ameri- 
can girl's handy book. Z.7oa3.5 

What a girl can make and do. Z.7oa a.a 

— Benson. The book of indoor games. 

Z.7od 12.1 

— Bond. Scientific American boy. Z. 70b 3.1 

— Campbell. The American girl's home 
book of work and play. Z.7od8.i 

— Cahfield, What shall wc do now? 

Z.Tod 7.1 



Games,Sports and Amusements. (CotMmted.) 

— Cassell's complete book of sports and 
pastimes. Z.Toi 3.1 

— vGakes book for boys and girls. Z.7od 11. i 

— Goon. Magical experiments. Z.yof i.i 

— HoFMANN. Games for everybody. 

Z.7od i.t 

— Keves. When mother lets us play. 

Z.7od 93.1 

— Lewis. (Professor Hoffmann.) Every 
boy's book of sport and pastime. Z.7<HI 5.1 

— Nugent. New games and amusements. 

Z.70d 3.1 

— Talbot. The book of a hundred games. 

Z.7od 3.9 
— — The book of children's parties. 

Z.7od33 
The child's rainy day book. Z.soba.! 

— Thompson. The boys' book of sports and 
outdoor life. Z.jobg.i 

— Valentine. The girl's home book. 

Z.7«i 7.1 

— Wells, C. Rainy day diversions. 

Z.7od 6.1 

— Wells, H. G. Floor games. Z.7od 04.1 

— Yale. When mother lets us give a party. 

Z.toA 13.1 
Garden behind the moon. H. Pyle. Z.F.iSp 3 
Garden of Eden. Hodges. Z.oob 11.3 

Garden of roses. Ecan. Z.F.3e4 

Gardens and Gardening. Bailev. Farm 
and forest. [Vocations.] Z.40C 33.1.3 

— Duncan. Mary's garden and how it 
grew. Z.5od i.i 

— Ewing. Mary's meadow. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.iie I 

— HiCGiNS. Little garaens for boys and 
girls. Z.5od 7.1 

— Keeper. Nature studies on the farm. 

Z.ioos 3.1 

— LouNSBERHV. The garden book for young 
people. Z.5ods.i 

— Meier. School and home gardens. 

Z.50d I3.I 

— Miller. Children's gardens for home and 
school. Z.5od 3.1 

— Paine. A little garden calendar. Z.sods.i 

— Parsons. Children's gardens. Z.5od&i 
Gardiner, Samuel R. English history for 

young folks. Z.i jit 13.1 

Gardner, Alice. Friends of the olden time. 

Z.3oaa4.i 

Gariield, James A. Bolton. Famons 

American statesmen. Z.3M3.14 

— Brooks. Men of achievement: states- 
men. Z.3oa3o.i 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. Prose. 

Z.40b 13.3 
Garland, Hamlin. The long trail: a story of 
the northwest wilderness. Z.F.igi 

Garland for girls. Alcott. Z.F.5a4 

Garrison, Wendell P. Parables for school 
and home. Z.8oa 13.1 

Garrold, R. P. The Black Brotherhood. 

Z.Fji4g I 

Gascoyne, the sandal-wood trader. Ballan- 

TVNE. Z.F.ib3 

Gask, Lilian. Legends of our little brothers. 

Z^ob 1 14. 1 

GaBkell, Elizabeth C. Cousin Phillis. 



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Gates, Josephine S. Little Girl Blue. 

Z.F.3g a 

— The story of live dolls. Z.P.ag t 
Gatewajr to Tennyson. Lang. Z.^oe 57.5 
Gatty, Margaret, Parables from nature. 

Z.8oa I3.I 
Gay«,SeIina. Great world's farm, Z.iooBio.i 
Garley, Charles M. Classic myths. 

Z4oh99.i 
Gayley, Charles M., and M. C. Flaherty, 
editors. Poetry of the people. Z.4oe 15.1 
General Nelson's scout. Dunn. Z.F.agdi 
Genn, C. T, Rome. [Peeps at great cities.] 
Z.ioh 6.g 
Gentle heritage. Cfompton. Z.F.21C i 

Geographical pUys. Andrews. Z.4od9.i 
Geography and Travel. 

See a[»> differcnl conntriei. 

— Andrews. Seven little sisters. Z.F.gaa 
Each and all. Z.P.gai 

— Bbassev. Around the world in the yacht 
"Sunbeam." Z.iob la.i 

— By land and sea. Z.ioa i.i 

— CoLEUAN. Little travelers around the 
world. Z.ioa 9.1 

— DtiNiON. Glimpses of the world. 

Z.ioa35a 

— Fairbanks. Home geography for primary 
grades. Z.ioa ii.i 

— Greely. Explorers and travellers. 

Z.3oa 31.3 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. . Z.toasB.! 

— Hentv, eiUtor. Famous travels. Z.40C ai.a.ia 

— HicciNSON. Travellers and outlaws. 

Z.aoa 13^ 

— Jknks. The boy's book of explorations. 

Z.iob IO.I 

— JoHONNOT. A geographical reader. 

Z.toa 30.1 

— King. Advanced geography. Z.ioa 6.3 
Elementary geography. Z.ioa 6.1 

- Picturesque geographical readers. 6 v. 



Book I. 



Hon 



— MoBBis. Home life in all lands. 3 v. 

, Z.ioa 8.1 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of 
other lands. Z.ioa 34.1 

— Smith. Great cities of the modern world. 

Z.ioa 18.3 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. Z.40C3i.3.g 

— Starr, Strange peoples. Z.ioa 19.1 

— Tarh and McMurry, Home geography 
and the earth as a whole. Z.ioa 13.3 

— Taylor. Boys of other countries. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.^.3ti 

— Toward the rising sun. Z.iof i.g 

— Under sunny skies. Z.iob 6.5 

— Wide world. Z.ioa 14.1 
Otology. Barclay. The way the world 

went then. Z.iood 7.1 

— Craig. Secrets of the hills. Z.100C10.1 

— Dana. The geological story briefly told, 

Z.10OC5.1 
^ FAtRBANKS. Stories of rocks and minerals. 

— Frve. Brooks and brook basins. Z.iooc 3.1 

— Gbbene. Coal and coal mines. Z-soa 17.1 



Geology. (Cmlmued.) 

— Heilprin. The earth and its story; a 
first book of geology. Z.iooc g.i 

— Herrick. The earth in past ages. 

Z.IOOC 4.1 

— KiNGSLEV. Madam How and Lady Why. 

Z.IOOC 13.1 

— Rogers, Earth and sky every child should 
know. Z.IOOC 8.1 

■^Shaler. Aspects of the earth. Z.iooc 7.3 

— — A first book in geology. Z.iooc 7.1 
— — Sea and land. Z.iooge.i 
The story of our continent. Z.iooc 7.4 

— Starr. On the hills; a series of geological 
talks. Z.IOOC la.t 

— Winchell. Walks and talks in the geo- 
logical field. Z.IOOC ti.t 

George, Marian M. A little journey to Eng- 
land. Z.iokii.3 

— A little journey to France and Switzer- 
land. Z.ioh 7.3 

— A little journey to Germany. Z.ioh 3.1 

— A little journey to Italy and Spain and 
Portugal. Z.ioh6.I 

— A little journey to Mexico and Central 
America. Z.iol 5.4 

— Little journeys to Alaska and Canada, 

Z.30p^I 

— Little journeys to Russia and Austria- 
Hungary. Z.joh 4.3 

— Little journeys to China and Japan. 

2.iof a.3 

— Little joiirneys to Cuba and Puerto Rico. 

Z.10I 5.1 

— Little journeys to Hawaii and the Philip- 
pines, Z.iod 10.3 

— Little journeys to the Balkans, European 
Turkey and Greece. Z.ionj.i 

George, Marian M,, and M. Ida Dean. Little 
journeys to Holland, Belgium and Den- 
mark. Z.ioh 3.3 

Gerard, our little Belgian cousin. Mans- 
field. Z.ioh 3.10 

Gerda in Sweden. McDonald and Dal- 
RVUPLE. Z.ioh 8.6 

German popular stories. Grimm. Z.F.isgs 

Germany. 

Includes stories from German mythology. 

— Baldwin. The story of Siegfried. 

Z.4ob 3.5 

— Burt. The story of the German Iliad. 

Z.4oh 85.1 

— Carpenter, Europe. Z.iob 1.9 

— Chapin, Story of the Rhinegold. 

Z.4oh 83.1 

— CoE. Modern Europe. Z.ioh i.3 

— Crichton. Peep -in- the- world. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.33C I 

— Dutton, Little stories of Germany. 

Z.ioh a.fi 

— George. A little journey to Germany. 

Z.ioh 3.1 

— Green. Pictures from the German father- 
land. Z.ioh a.is 

— Hale and Hale. A family flight through 
France, Germany, Norway and Switzer- 
land. Z.ioh 3.14 

— Knox. Boy travellers in Central Europe. 

Z.ioh 1.30 

— Kroeker. Germany. Z.ioh 3.9 

— McDonald and Dalrvmple, Fritz in Ger- 
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of Prussia. 

Z.3ob 61 1 

— MoNBOE and Buckbee. Europe and its 

people. Z.toh t.13 

— MoKRis. Historical tales. German. 

Z.tOb 9.13 

— PyLE. Otto of the Silver Hand. [Fiction. 
1273-1 Z.F.ISP 5 

— ScHuiDT. The Nibelungs. Z.4oh 6.1 
^ SiPGWicK. Germany. [Peeps at many 

lands.] Z,ioh a,g 

— Wade. Our little German cousin. 

Z.iofa 3.1 

— YoHGE. Dove in the eagle's nest. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.iy7 

Youngr folks' history of Germany. 

Z.toh a.7 
Gerson, Oscar. History primer. Z.aoa 37.1 
Qhost at our school. Brunowb. Z.F.aib 3 
QianVa ruby. Bu>iigett. Z.F.8b i 

Gibbon, J. M., edilor. The true annals of 
Fairyland. Old King Cole. Z.F.iag i 
Gibba, George. Pike and cutlass. Z.aohs.i 
^beme, Agnes. Among the stars. Z.ioob 4.1 

— The mighty deep, and what we know of it. 



ns.! 



Oibson, Charlotte G. In eastern wonder- 
lands. Z.tof 1. 13 

Gibson, Henry W. Camping tor boys. 

Z.7ob 10.1 

Gibson, William Hamilton. Camp life in 
the woods. • Z,7ob 7.1 

— Eye spy. Z.10085.1 

— Sharp eyes, Z.ioos j.a 
ffld Granger. Stoddard. Z.F.33B5 
GUhMt, H, F. B. King Arthur's knights, 

Z.4oh J07.1 

Gilbert, Rosa Mulholland, Lady. The first 

Christmas. Z.gob ai.a 

— Four little mischiefs. Z.F.3g9 

— Hetty Gray, Z.F.3g8 

— Puck and Blossom. Z.F.3g 7 

— The story of Jesus simply told for the 
young. Z.gob ai.i 

— Terry; or, she ought to have beM a boy. 

2.F.3g 10 
Gilchrist, Beth B. Helbn over the wall. 



railie, Robert C. Story of stories. [Tl 
Bible.] Z.9ob ig.i 

Gillmore, Inez H. Maida's little shop. 

Z.F,26g 1 

Gilman, Arthur. The colonization of 
America. Z.aob ag.a 

— Discovery and exploration of America. 

Z.aob ag.i 

— Making of the American nation. Z.aoa 13.E 

— Story of Boston. Z.aom 14 

— Tales of the pathfinders. Z.3ob3g,3 
Giltnan, Arthur, edilor. Magna Charta 

stories, Z.isa 7.1 

Gingham bag. Lothrop. Z.F.15I i 

Girl of '76. Blanchabd. Z.F.i7ba 

Girl's life eighty years ago. Bowne. 

Z.3ob 4b I 
Girl's life in Virginia before the war, BUB- 

wELi_ Z.30b 6b I 

Girls and I. Molesworth. Z.P.aomS 

Girls of Gardenville. Rankin. Z.F.iar i 

Girls together. Blanchabd. Z.F.i7b3 



Girls' book of famous queens. Fabuix. 

Z.30S 17.3 
Girls' make-at-home things. Bailky. 

Z.7oa 14.1 
Gladden, Washington. Santa Claus on a 
lark, and other Christmas stories. 

Z.P.iog I 
Glengarry school days. Gordon. Z.F.fig i 
Glimpses of the world. Dunton. Z.ioa 35.3 
Go to the ant, and learn many wonderful 
things. Sanborn. Z.toom 5.1 

Godfrey, HoUis. For the Norton name. 

Z.F.7g I 
Godfrey Marten, schoolboy. Turlev. 

Z.F.iat I 
Gods and heroes. Fbancillon. Z.4oh 33.1 
Gods and heroes of the North. Zihherh. 

Z.4oh 50.1 
Godson of Lafayette. Brooks. Z.P,i8b3 
Going, Maud. With the trees. Z.ioot7.i 
Gold^unters of Alaska. Allen. Z.F.7a4 
Gold-seeking on the Dalton trail. Thohfsom. 
Z.F.st I 
Golden days of '49. Munroe. Z.F.34m 13 
Golden fairy book. Z.P.Z4g i 

Golden fleece. Baldwin. Z^ohs.? 

Golden goose and other fairy tales. Tappan. 
Z.F.3t3 
Golden goose book. Bbooke. 2.13083.3 

Golden numbers. Wiggin and Shith. 

Z.4oe69.5 
Golden porch. Hutchinson, Z.4oh30.i 

Golden spears. Leauy. Z.4oh6i.3 

Golden staircase. Chisholm, Z.4oe73.i 

Golden windows. Richakds. Z.F.iirig 

Golding, Vautier, The story of David 
Livingstone. Z.3ob 5I i 



and other poems. Z.4oe 14.1 

— The Vicar of Wakefield. Z^ocaai 
Goldsmith, Oliver. Biographical sketch. 

(In the Deserted Village.) Z.4oei4.i 

— Bolton. Lives of poor boys who became 
famous. Z.3oa 3.8 

— Mitchell. About old story tellers. 

Z.3oa 87.1 

— Wright. Children's stories in English 

literature. Vol. 2. 2.30875.1 

Gomme, Alice B. Children's singing games. 
Z.I30C ig.1 



George L. The King's story 
book. Z.iok 5.1 

— The Prince's story book. Z.ioks.3 

— The Queen's story book. Z.ioks.4 
Good, Arthur. Magical experiments, or, 

science in play. Z.7of i.i 

Good citizenship. Richman and Wallace. 
Z.9okao.i 
Good health. Jewett. Z.6oa3.3 

Good old times. Kellogc. Z.F.4k i 

Goodall, Agnes M. Portugal. [Peeps at 

many lands.] Z,ioh6.7 

Goody Two Shoes. Edited by Charles 

Welsh. Z-F.4g I 

Gordon, Charles George. Heroic lives. 

Z.30«83.i 

— Lang. The story of General Gordon. 

Z.3ab ig I 

— Trowbridge. Brave deeds. Z.40C3i.i.ia 



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Gordon, Charles W. (Ralph Connor.) 
Glengarry school days. Z.F.6g I 

Gordy, Wilbur F. American leaders and 
heroes. Z.aoa 14.3 

— Colonial days; a historical reader. 

Z.3ob g.i 

— A history o£ the United States for schools. 
Z.aoa 14.3 



— Jed; a boy's adventures in the army of 
■6i-6s- Z.FSg 1 

— Life of Grant for boys and girls. 

Z.3ob ag 7 

— Tom Clifton; or, Western boys in Grant's 
and Sherman's army, '61-65. Z.F.8g3 

Gonld, Allen W. Mother Nature's children. 

Z.ioos 13.1 

Gould, Elizabeth Lincoln. Felicia. Z.F.iiga 

— Felicia visits. Z.F.iig 3 

— Felicia's folks. Z.P.iig4 

— Felicia's friends. Z.F.iigi 

— The "Little men" play. Z.^od 13-1 

— Little Polly Prentiss. Z.F.iigS 

— The "Little women" play. ZmA la.a 

— Polly Prentiss goes to school. Z.F.iig6 
Gould, F. J. Conduct stories. Z.Soai.i 
GoveTBment.' See Citizeasbip. 
Grahamc, Kenneth. The wind in the willows. 

Z.F.a3g 1 
Grandfather's chair. Hawthorne. Z.aoa 30.3 
"Grandmother dear.'f Moleswobth. 

Z.F.aom 4 
Grandmother'B story. Holues. Z.40C 33.1 
Grandpa's little girls. Curtis. Z.F.34C1 
Grandpa's little girls and their friends. 
Curtis. Z.F.34C 3 

Grandpa's little girls at school. Curtis. 

Z.F.34C 3 
Granny's wonderful chair. Browne. 

Z.F.46b I 
Grant, Robert. Jack Hall. Z.F.i7g i 

— Jack in the bush; or, a summer on a 
salmon river. Z.F.t7ga 

Grant, Ulysses S. Bolton. Famous Ameri- 
can statesmen. Z.3oa3.i4 

— Brooks. Century book of famous Ameri- 
cans. Z.aoa 5.1 

Historic Americans. Z.3oa8.3 

True story of U. S. Grant. Z.aobaga 

— Boston. Four American patriots: Pat- 
rick Henry, Andrew Jackson, Alexander 
Hamilton, Ulysses S. Grant. Z.3oa4.i 

— GosE. A life of Grant for boys and girls. 

Z.30b ag 7 

— Grant. Personal memoirs of U. S. Grant. 

3 V. Z.aob ag 6 

— Hill. On the trail of Grant and Lee. 

Z.3oa37.i 

— NicoLAY. The boy's life of UTysses S. 
Grant. Z.sobagi 

— SouTHWORTH. Builders of our country. 
Book 2. Z.3ob 16.1.9 

— Stoddard. Ulysses S. Grant. Zjob ag 5 
Gray, George Z. The Children's Crusade; 

an episode of the thirteenth century. 

Z.ishi.io 
Great American industries. Rocheleau. 

4 V, Z.soaao.i 
Great Britmn. See Englajid; Ireland; Scot- 
land. 

Grest captain. Hihksom. Z.F.ifih 3 



Great cities of the 



world. Smith. 

Z.i5h G.15 
Great cities of the modern world. Smith. 

Z.ioa 18.3 
Great debate. Hayne and Webster. 

Z;40Ga6.t 
Great emergency. Ewing. Z.F.iie 14 

Great locomotive chase. Pittemger. 

Z.3oe8.i 
Great men's sons. Brooks. Z.3oa8.i 

Great words from great Americans. Ford. 
editor, Z.aok'j.i 

Great world's farm. Gaye. Z.ioob iq.i 

Great year. Dudley. Z.F.36d4 

Greater America. Z.iodg.i 

Greece, 

See alBD Myths. Greek and Roman, 

— BoTSFORD, A history of Greece. Z,i5b5.to 

— Browne. Greece. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.ioh 5.3 

— Carpenter. Europe. Z.iah i.g 

— Church. Helmet and spear. Z.ishs.a 
Pictures from Greek life and story. 

Z.i5h 5.3 

Stories from the Greek comedians. 

Z.^h laio 

Stories from the Greek tragedians. 

Z.4oh io.g 

The story of the Persian War from 

Herodotus. Z.i5h5.i7 
Three Greek children, Z.ishs-rt 

— CoE Modern Europe. Z.ioh i.a 

— Cox. Tales of ancient Greece. Z.4oh ar.i 

— Creasy. Fifteen decisive battles. 

Z.i5a 5.1 

~ George. Little journeys to the Balkans, 

European Turkey and Greece. Z.i<^5.i 

— Grote. The retreat of the ten thousand. 

Z.ioh i.ai 

— GuEBBER. The story of the Greeks. 

Z.i5h 5.4 

— GuucK. The life of the ancient Greeks. 

Z.ijh 5.19 

— Haaren and Poland, Famous men of 
Greece. Z.ish 5.6 

— Henty. In Greek waters. [Fiction. Greek 
War of Independence, 1831-1827J 

Z.P.i5b40 

— Kelixjgg, Australia and the islands of 
the sea. [Grecian archipelago; Ionian 
islands.] Z.lodl5.l 

— Mahaffy. Greek pictures, Z.i5h5.ii 

— Morris, Historical tales. Greek. 

Z.i5h 5-13 

— Plutarch. Boys' and girls' Plutarch. 
Edited by White. Z.3oa69.3 

The children's Plutarch. Z.3oa69.4 

Our young folks' Plutarch. Edited by 

Kaufman. Z.3oa Cg.3 

— Smith. A smaller history of Greece. 

Z.ishs^aa 

— Tappan. Story of the Greek people. 

Z.ish 5.9 

— White. The boys' and girls' Herodotus. 

Z.ish 1.17 

— Young. Young folks' history of Greece. 

Z.i^ 5,15 
Greely, A. W. Men of achievement: ex- 
plorers and travellers. Z,3oa 3i.a 
Green, S. G. Pictures from Bible lands. 

Z.tof 1.38 



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Green, S. G. (Cmtituied.} Grover, Eulalie O. The overall boys. 

— Pictures from the German fatherland. Z.130C 154 

Z.ioh3.t5 — The sunbonnet babies' primer. Z.taoc 15^ 

— Scottish pictures Z.iok 50.1 Grover, Eulalie O., compiler. The folk-lore 
Green C. Meyer. Z.F.sam i readers. Book I. Z.130C is-a 
Green door. Wilkins. Z.F.iaw4 — The folk-lore readers. A primer. 
Green fairy book. Lang. Z.F.3I 3 Z.xapc 15.1 
Green Mountain boys. Thoupson. Z.F.iot i Grover, Eulalie O., and Frances E. Cotitter. 
Greenawaj, Kate. A day in a child's life. Art-literature readers. 4 v. Z.13DG is^ 

" c 30.I Gnmdtvig, Svend H. Fairy tales from afar. 



Greene, Frances N., and Dolly W. Kirk, Z^fagj.! 

With spurs of gold. Z.4ohi7.i Guarding the border. Tomunsom. Z.F.i3t 10 

Greene, Homer, The blind brother; a story Guerber, H61^ne M. A. Legends 



of the Pennsylvania coal mines. Z.F,9ga Middle Ages. Z,4oh56.3 

— Coal and coal mines. Z.mm 17.3 —Myths of Greece and Rome. Z.40h5&4 

— A Lmcoln conscript. Z.F.gg i — Myths of northern lands. Z.4oh56.a 

— Pickett's Gap. Z.F.gg 3 _ Stories of the Wagner operas. Z.4oh 56.5 
Greenwood, Grace, pseud. See Lippincott, — Story of modern France. Z.ioh 7.34 

Sara J. —Story of the Eng-lish. Z.idkj.i 

Gregory. Isabella A., Lady. Kiltartan _ Story of the Great Republic. Z.aoa 19.1 

wonder book. Z.4oh9i.i —Story of the Greeks. Z.ish5.4 

Grenfell, Wilfred T. Adrift on an ice-pan. — Story of the Romans. Z.ish&s 

Z.ioc B.x — Story of the thirteen colonies. Z.acw aS-i 

Grey fairy book. Lang. Z.F.3I 13 Guernsey Lily. Woolsev. Z.F.i6w ii 

Greyfri&rs Bobby. Atkinson. Z.F.asa i Guerrier, Edith, Wander folk in Wonder- 

Grierson, Elizabeth W. Children's book of land. Z.P.iSg t 

Celtic stories. Z.40C 5.3 Guert Ten Eyck. Stoddard. Z.P.33S B 

~£MH""!^ ^°°^ °^, ^'^'",'?"^S''-. Z.iok3.i Guest. M- J. Handbook of English history. 

— Children s book of English mmsters. Z.iok45.i 
„..,, , , . _ . . ,^;7°.^3-3 Guild boys' play. The. Bearne. Z.F^Sb 10 

— Children s tales from Scottish ballads. Guitteau, William B. Preparing for citizen- 
™ ,B . . .,. Z-40C5.I ship.' Z.9ok39-i 

— Florence. [Peeps at great cities.] Quii^k^ Charles B. The life of the anciSt 
Z.IC* 6.17 Greeks. Z.igb 5.19 

1 aV '^^ GuUiver, Lucille. Friendship of nations, 

t many lands.] " Z9m7 1 

T-u c ..■ u t ■ K , Z.iok3.3 Gulliver'8 travels. Swift. Z-F^taa 

^fi^wSE^^Th^^fiWsW^srnd thinner aboard the "Yankee." Do^Bi^y. 
-en:'lMo^^foIi&^n^----fi^,Newdialo^esan^ 

-The PilBrims in their three home.; Eng- -"" <l»l»me. and plays for UMt eM; 

l.nd, Holland, Atneri... Z^bl, G„*S£,„,ring. Scon. zft-i, 

— Romance of conquest. Z.soa ii.i „ ■' ,, 5. , c ■ t — i ■ u 

— Romance of discovery. Z.robS.i Gwynn. Mrs. Stephen. Stones from Irish 

— Young people's history of Holland. - "'story- „ c 1. . ^-^SXi*.! 

2.ii)h 3.5 OymnasHcs. Bancboft. School gymnastics. 

Grimm Brothers. Fairy tales and household „ u . . ^ j i. 'j' 

stories. Translated by Mrs. Paull and -Blaikie. How to get strong and how to 

L. A. Wheatley. Z.F.iS|:3 ^"^ *"•. .,.■„ 7SSII 

— Fairytales. Edited by Wiltse. 2 series. —— bound bodies. ^.Boai.i 

2 F iSE 6 — Boston Normal School of Gymnastics. 

— German popular tales. zIfIisSs O"* hundred and fifty gymnastic games. 

— Household stories. Translated by Lucy „ -,j _ ... j^"-\ 
Crane. Illustrated by Walter Ci4ne. - Kirk. Old English games and physical 

ZFi«T exercises. Z.7od4.i 

Grinnell, George B. Blackfoot lodge talcs. - L'Shman, A drill book for elementary 

^ " Z^aoKi^i schools. Z.6Mg.i 

-Jack among the Indians. Z.P.ifigt Gypsy Breynton Ward. f-f •34W i 

— Tack, the young canoeman. Z.F.i6g3 Gypsy's Cousin Joy. Ward. Z.P.34W3 

— Jack, the young ranchman. Z.F.idg 4 Gypsy's sowing and reaping. W^. 

— Jack, the young trapper. Z,F.i6g 5 Z.FJ4W3 

— Pawnee hero stories and folk tales. Gypsy 9 year at the Golden Crescent. Ward. 

Z.30g 15.1 Z.F.34W 4 

Story of the Indian. Z.soe 15.3 H. H,, pseud. See Jackson, Helen Hunt. 

Grinnell, George B., and E. L. Swan, fdifor;. Haaren, John, and Addison B. Poland. 



Z.3og 15.1 Z.F.34W 4 

Z.30E 15.3 H. H,, pseud. See Jackson, Helen Hunt, 

van, editors. Haaren, John, and Addison B. Poluu 
. „ ng: an out- Famous men of Greece. Z.ishs 

door guide for American boys. Z.7ob 3.3 — Famous men of Rome. Z.ish 6. 

Gritli'B children. Sfvri. Z.F.34BS — Famous men of the Middle Ages 



Grouaiet, Paschal. (Andre Laurie.) School' Z.isaS.! 



boy days in Japan. Z.iof 3.9 Haensel and Gretel. Wette. 



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Haines, Alice C. Cock-a-doodle Hill. 

Z.F.sh 3 

— Luck of the Dudley Grahames. Z.F-Sh t 
Hakluyt, Richard. The boys' Hakluyt: re- 
told by E. M. Bacon. Z.aoba.i 

Haldcman children. Mannix. Z.F.iomi 
}^e, Edward Everett. Boys' heroes. 

Z.3oa8i.i 

— Historic Boston and its neighborhood. 

Z.«>m 1.8 

— How to do it. Z.8oai4.i 

— In His name. Z.F.sh 3 

— Man without a country. Z.F.sh i 
-^A New England boyhood. Z^ob jh i 

— Siories of adventure. Z.iobg.3 

— Stories of discovery. Z.iobg.3 

— Stories of invention. Z^soai8.i 

— Stories of the sea. Z.iobg.i 

— Stories of war. Z.aoeii.i 

— The story of Massachusetts. Z. 30m 34 

— Ten times one is ten. Z.F.sh a 
Hale, Edward Everett, and Susan Hale. A 

family flight around home. Z.aop 17.1 

— A family flight over Egypt and Syria. 

Z.iogS.1 

— A family flight through France, Germany, 
Norway and Switzerland. Z.iob3.T4 

— A family flight through Spain. Z.ioh&io 
Hale, Edward Everett. Rideing. Boyhood 

of famous authors. Z.3oa6i.i 

Hale, Elizabeth H. Flowerless plants. 

Z.iootg.! 
Hale, Lucretia P. Last of the Peterkins. 
Z.P.4h 3 

— Peterkin papers. Z.F.4h i 
Hale, Nathan. Barstow. The colonists and 

the Revolution. Z.3oa45.3 

— BuisDELL and Ball. Hero stories from 
American history, Z.aoaa.S 

— Bouvfi. American heroes and heroines. 

Z.3oa4-i 

— LossiNO. Two spies: Nathan Hale and 
John Andre. Z.20C lo.i 

— Mason. Tom Strong. [FictionJ 

Z.F.sm I 

— Revolutionary stories. Z.aoc 8.3 

— Stoddard. Guert Ten Eyck. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.338 8 

— Wilson. History reader. Z.aoasS-t 
Half a dozen boys. Ray. Z.F.jr 6 
Half a dozen girls. Ray. Z.F.7r i 
Half a dozen housekeepers, Wiggin, 

, Z.F.34W 2 

Half a hundred hero tales. Storr. Z.4oh7S.i 
Half-back, The. Barbour, Z.F.jb 3 

Half-hours in Japan. Moore. Z.iof 3.30 

Half-hours with the early explorers. Frost, 
Z.iob 3.1 
HalL Albert N. Boy craftsman. Z.70a8.i 

— Handicraft for handy boys. Z. 70a 8.3 

— The handy boy. Z.7oaS.3 
Hall. Alfred B,, and Clarence L. Chester. 

Panama and the canal. Z.iol 17.1 

Hall, Frederic A. Homeric stories for young 

readers. Z.4oh 18.1 

Hall, Harry R, H. Days before history. 

Z.iood 3.1 
Hall, Ruth. Boys of Scrooby. Z.F.ih a 

— In the brave days of old; a story of ad- 
venture in the time of James I. Z.F.ih i 

Hamerton, Philip G, Chapters on animals. 
Z.iool 15.1 



Hamilton, Alexander. Bolton. Famous 
American statesmen. Z.3oa 3.14 

— Brooks. Century book of famous Ameri- 
cans. Z.aoas.! 

Historic Americans. Z.3oa8.3 

— Burton. Four American patriots. 

Z.3oa4.i 

— SouTHWORTH. Builders of our country. 
Book 2, Z.aob i&i.a 

Hammond, Harold. West Point. Its 
glamour and its grind. Z.F.i4h i 

Hamp, Sidford F. The boys of Crawford's 
basin. Z.F.ioh i 

— The treasure of Mushroom Rock. 

Z.F.toh 9 
Hancock, Harry I. Life at West Point. 

Z.aoh(|.i 
Hancock, Mary S. The children of history. 

Z.isa 30.1 
Handicrafts. 

See also Basketry. 

— Adams.^ Harper's Indoor book for boys. 

Z.7Qd 9.1 

Harper's Outdoor book for boys. 

Z.7ob 3.1 

— Bailey, Boys' make-at-home things. 

Z.ioa i4.a 
'Girls' make-at-home things. Z.7oa 14.1 

— Beard, D. C. Jack of all trades. Z.7ob 1.4 

— Beard. L., and A. B. Beard. Indoor and 
outdoor recreations for girls. Z.7oaa.i 

What a girl can make and do. Z.7oaa.3 

— Bonb. Scientific American boy. Z.7ob9.i 

— Hall. Handicraft for handy boys. 

Z.ioa 8.a 
The handy boy. Z.7oa 8.3 

— Kelley. Three hundred things a bright 
girl can do. Z.5ob7,i 

— Moore. Manual training toys. Z.50C 13.1 

— Sanford. The art crafts for beginners. 

Zjob I9.I 
Handy boy. Hall. 2.7088.3 

Hannah of Kentucky. Kaler. Z.aobs^-j 
Hannibal. Dodge. Hannibal. Z.3oh 6h i 

— Gardner. Friends of the olden time. 

Z.soa 94.1 

— Hale. Boys* heroes. Z.3oa8i.i 

— Henty. Young Carthaginian. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5hai 

— MoRRi>^. Historical tales. Roman. 

Z.i5h6.ii 

Hans Brinker; or, the silver skates. Dodge. 

Z.F.i4d a 

Hans the Eskimo. Scandlin. Z.ioa6.i 

Happy forest. Plymptok. Z.40hf9.i 

Harboe, Paul, A child's story of Hans 

Christian Andersen. Z.sob aa i 

Harding, Samuel B. The story of the Middle 

A^es. Z.isag.i 

Hardmg, Samuel B., compiler. Select orations 

illustrating American political history. 

Z^b 7.1 

Harding of St. Timothy's. Pier. Z.F.ITP a 

Hardinge, E, M., pseud. See Going, Maud. 

Hard-Scrabble of Elm Island. Kellogg. 

Z.F4kS 
Hare, Christopher. The story of Bayard. 

Z.3ob 7b I 

Harmony Hall. Hill Z.P.a3h i 

Harold, the last of the Saxon kings, Bul- 

wer-Lytton. ■ Z.P.a8b 3 



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Harper, William R., editor. Leaders of men, Hawaiian IslMnds. (CMtmutd.) 

or history told in biographT. [Young — George, Little joumeya to Hawaii and 

folks library.] ''•^ ai.a.tg the Philippines. Z.iod 10.1 

Harper's Aircraft book. Vebbill. Z.soa 34-i — Gbeatbb America. Z.iod a.t 

Harper's Boating book for boys. Davis. — Kellogg. Australia and the islands of the 

Z.70C 5.1 sea. * Z.10A i^i 

Harper's Book for young naturalists. Vsk- — KttouT. Alice's visit Jo the Hawaiian 

RILL. Z.100I73.1 Islands. Z.iod la.i 

Harper's Book of little plays. Z^od 39.1 — Lawrence. Old time Hawaiians and their 

Harper's Camping and scouting. Gkihhbli, work. Z.iod aa.i 

and Swan. Z.7ab 3.3 — Tolm an and Hart. Around the world. 

Harper's Electricity book for boys. Adams. Z.ioa 3.34 

Z.iook t.i — TwoMBLV. Hawaii and its people. 
Harper's Handy-book for girls. Paret. Z.iod 17.1 

Z.7oa7.i —Wade. Our little Hawaiian cousin. 

Harper's How to understand electrical work. Z.iod 7.1 

Onken and Bakes. Z.iook g.i Ha wkes, Clarence. Master Frisky. Z.F,6h 1 

Harper's Indoor book for boys. Adaus. — Shaggycoat: the biography of a beaver. 

Z.7od g.i Z.io<d 4^1 

Harper's Machinery book for boys. Adaus. Hawks, Ellison. Stars shown to the chil- 

Z,5oC4.i dren. Z.ioob 7.1 

Harper's Outdoor book for boys. Adaus. Hawthorne, Hildegarde. New York. [Peeps 

Z.7ob3.i at great cities.] Z.9om4.7 

Harper's School speaker. 3 v. Baldwin. Hawthorne, Nathaniel. Grandfather's chair. 

Z.4ob 5.1 True stories from New England's history. 

Harraden, Beatrice. Things will take a turn. Z.aoa 30.3 

Z.F.36hi —The house of the seven gables. Z.F.iihi 

Harris, Ada V. S., and C. B. Gilbert, am- — Little Daffydowndilly and other stories, 

pUtrs. Poems by grades. Z.4oe 24-1 with a biographical sketch. Z.40C ii.i 

Harris, Amanda B. American authors for — Mosses from an Old Manse. Z.P.itha 

young folk. Z.3oaa3.i — The snow image. Z.F,iib4 

— Pleasant authors for young folks. — Tanglewood tales for girls and boya. 

Z.3oa 33.3 Z.4oh ig.a 

Harris, Frances H. Plays for young people. —True stories from history and biography. 

Z.4od 39. 1 Z.soa 30.1 

Harris, Joel Chandler, Daddy Jake, the _ Twice-told tales. Z.F.iih3 

runaway, and short stones told after _ bonder book for boys and girls. 

dark. Z.F.7h9 Z^oh 19.1 

— Georgia. Z.3om5.7 flawtliorae, Nathaniel. Biographical sketch. 

— Little Mr. Thimblefmger and his queer (i„ Little Daffydowndilly.) Z.40C ii.i 
^oun^y- . ^ ,•£■'? 5 —Bolton. Famous American authors. 

— Mr. Rabbit at home. Z.F.7h 3 2 soK 3J 

— Nights with Uncle Remus. Z.F.7h6 _ Harris. American authors for 'young 

— On the plantation; a story of a Georgia folks Z 30a 331 
boy's adventures during the war. Z.F.7h 4 —MATTkEws. Introduction to American 

— Plantation pageants. Z.F,7h 7 literature Z.4oa 13 1 

— Uncle Remus and his friends. Z.F.7h8 _ Wright. Children's stories in American 

— Uncle Remus; his songs and sayings. literature Z.3oa67.i 
„ . , , ^. ,, ,., T-u '''^ Hayes, Isaac L Cast away in the cold. 
Harns, Joel Chandler, editor. The merry- ZFaJhi 

maker. [Young folks' libranr.] Hayne, Robert Y. The great debate between 

„ . „ , „ /i.^-**^"^;" Robert Young Hayne of South Carolina 

Harrison, Constance Gary. (Mrs, Burton ^^^ Daniel Webster of Massachusetts. 

Harrison.) Alice in Wonderland. [Play.] Z.40C36.1 

^^ ,j , ,. jr- VI ^^36.1 Hazard. Bertha, coM/nfef. Three years with 

— The old-fashioned fairy book. Z.F.ah i the poets Z,4oe7ii 
Harry Dee. Finn. Z.F.13I 3 Hazard, Blanche E. Indians and pioneers. 
Hart, A. B., tdnior. Camps and firesides of Z aog 14.1 

the Revolution. Z.aoc 7.1 Head coach. Paine. Z.F.fo i 

Z&^o'n^uVgrSfathers lived. Z.fSal" H«^and. Isaac T. The Chinese boy and 

Hart. A, B.. and Elizabeth S»vei«. fhe _§-[ ^,^1^ Chinese cousin. Zilof^ 

n:rt^' ChL^fes"^"" oS V 4T/^o^f Headland Isaac ^ ^^;-^^'- _ CJun- 

cv,n„ Zaah^tc Mother Goose rhymes, ^.I30b il.i 

HaS Arthur. Louis XIV. and tKn^t^ ««??.«>:•_ A.9„J5:^1 ^^■"^'*"- '^l.T'"*! 



' of the" "French monarchy. " " Z.3ob81i „,^?/fc^"L''J*w °1^5f' Z.3ob ic 

Hassan in Egypt. McDonald and Dai. ^«'^**- See «y|'en«. 

RYiiPLE. Z.iogi3.i Heart Amicis, E. de. Z.F.inai 

Havelock. the Dane. Whistler. Z.P.96w i Heart of oak books. 6 v. Noeton. 

Hawaiian Islands. Caepbnter. Australia, ^, ^ ^^^^"^ 

our colonies and other islSinds of the sea. Hector. Shaw. Z.F.asai 

Z.iod 4.1 Hedin, Sven. From pole to pole. Z.ioa3S.i 



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Heennans, Josephine W. Stories from the 

Hebrew. Z.gob 5.1 

Heidi Spyri. Z.V.%\a i 

Heilprin, Angelo. The earth and its 8tory. 

A first book of g-eology. Z.100C9.1 

Heir qI dreams. OM alley. Z.F.ami 

Heir of Redclyffe. Yonge. Z.F.iya 

Held fast for England, Hknty. Z.F.i5b44 
Helen over the wall. Gilchbist. Z.F.asg i 
Helmet and spear. Church. . Z.i5h5.a 

Helps for ambitious girls. Drvsdale. 

Z.8ob 1.1 
Henderson, Alice C. Adam'a dream and 

two other miracle plays for children. 

Z.4od ao.i 
Hendersm, John. Jamaica. [Peeps at 

many lands.] Z.10I9.1 

Henderson, William J. Afloat with the flag. 

Z.F.i3h 1. 

Henley, W. E., editor. Lyra heroica. A book 

of verse for boys. Z.4oe 16.1 

Hcnning, FriedrJch. The Maid of Orleans. 

Z.^b 3J 4 

Henry the Navigator. Bbazlby. Frince 

Henry the Navigator. Z.job ah i 

Henry, Patrick. Briggs. Noted speeches. 

Z.4ob ig.1 

— Bkooks. Historic Americans. Z.soaS.a 

— Burton. Four American patriots. 

Z.30a 4.1 

— Cooke. Stories of the Old Dominion. 

Z.aomss 

— GoBDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.3aai4.3 

— SouTHwoRTH. Builders of our country. 

Book 2. Z.aobi6.i.2 

Henty, G. A. At Aboukir and Acre; a story 
of Napoleon's invasion of Egypt. 

2.F.i5b45 

— At Agincourt. Z.F.1SI1 as 

— Beric the Briton; a story of the Roman 
invasion. Z.F.ish I 

— Bonnie Prince Charlie; a tale of Fonte- 
noy and Culloden. Z.F.ista a 

— Both aides the Border; a tale of Hotspur 
and Glendower. Z.F.ish 37 

— The boy knight; a tale of the Crusades. 

Z.F.J5h3 

— By England's aid; or, the freeing of the 
Netherlands, Z.F.ish 39 

— By pike and dyke. Z.F.i5h4 

— By right of conquest; or, with Cortez in 
Mexico. Z.F.ish 47 

— Condemned as a nihilist; a story of escape 
from Siberia. Z.F.ish 35 

— The cornet of horse; a tale of Marl- 
borough's wars, Z.F.ish 6 

— The dash for Khartoum; a tale of the Nile 
Expedition, Z.F.ish 7 

— The Dragon and the Raven; or, the days 
of King Alfred. Z.F.ish 8 

— Facing death; or, the hero of the Vaughan 
pit. Z.F.i5h9 

— For the temple; a tale of the fall of 
Jerusalem. Z.F.ish 36 

— Friends though divided; a tale of the Civil 
War [in England]. Z.F.ish 34 

— Held fast for England; a tale of the Siege 
of Gibraltar. Z.F.ish 44 

— In freedom's cause; a story of Wallace 
and Bruce. Z.F.ish 11 



Henty, G. A. (CoMmHtd.) 

— In Greek waters; a story of the Grecian 
War of Independence. Z.F.ish 40 

— In the heart of the Rockies; a story of 
adventure in Colorado. Z.F.ish 96 

— In the Irish Brii^de; a tale of the war in 
Flanders and Spain. Z.F.ish 33 

— In the Reign of Terror; the adventures 
of a Westminster boy. Z.F.ish 31 

— In times of peril; a tale of India. 

Z.F.ishio 

— A Jacobite exile; being the adventures of 
a young Englishman- in the service of 
Charles XII., of Sweden. Z.F.i5ha7 

— A knight of the White Cross; a tale of 
the Siege of Rhodes. Z.F.ish is 

— The Lion of St. Mark; a story of Venice 
in the 14th century. Z.F.ish la 

— The Lion of the North. Z.F.ish 41 

— Maori and settler; a story of the New 
Zealand War. Z.F.ish a% 

— A march on London; being a story 01 
Wat Tyler's insurrection. Z.F.i^aS 

— On the Irrawaddy; a story of the first 
Burmese war, Z.F.ish 48 

— One of the 28th; a tale of Waterloo. 
Z.F.ish53 



— Out with Garibaldi; a story of the liber 
tion of Italy. Z.F.ijh 13 

— St, Bartholomew's Eve, Z.F.ish 14 

— St. George for England; a tale of Cressy 
and Poitiers. Z.F.ish 38 

— Through Russian snows; a story of Na- 
poleoiTs retreat from Moscow. Z.F.ish aa 

— Tiger of Mysore; a story of the war with 
Tippoo Sahib. Z.F.ish 30 

— Under Drake's flag; a tale of the Spanish 
Main. Z.F.ish 16 

— Under Wellington's command; a tale of 
the Peninsular War. Z.F.ish 4a 

— When London burned; a story of Resto- 
ration times and the Great Fire. 

Z.F.i5b 17 

— With Clive in India. Z.F.ish 18 

— With Cochrane the dauntless; a tale of 
the exploits of Lord Cochrane in South 
American waters. Z.F.i4h46 

— With Frederick the Great; a story of the 
Seven Years' War. Z.F.ish 33 

— With Kitchener in the Soudan; a story of 
Atbara and Qmdurman. Z.F.isn43 

— With Moore at Corunna. Z.F.ish 49 

— With the British legion; a stop' of the 
Carlist wars, Z.F.ish 50 

— With Woife in Canada; or, the winning 
of a continent. Z.F.ish ig 

— Won by the sword; a tale of the Thirty 
Years' War. Z.F.ish si 

— Wulf the Saxon; a story of the Norman 
Conquest. Z.F.ish 30 

— The young Carthaginian; or, a struggle 
for empire. Z.F.ish ai 



Henw, ( , . 

[Young folks' library.] Z^ocai.a.ia 

Her sixteenth year. Brown. Z.F^ab i 

Her very best. Blanchard. Z.P.i7bt 



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Herakles, tlie hero of Thebes. Burt and 
Ragozin. Z.4oh 85.3 

Hcrbertson, Agues G. Heroic legends. 

Z.4ob aa.i 
Herbcrtson, F. D., compiler. Africa. 

Z.iog 4.1 
^Aaia. Z.t^i.6 

— Australia, and Oceanica. Z.40« 71.1 

— Central and South America with the Weat 

Indies. Z.10I3.1 

— Europe. Z.tob 7.1 

— North America. Z.aop 3S.1 
Herbst, Eva. Tales and customs ot the 

ancient Hebrews. Z.goibg.i 

Herd boy and his hermit. Yonge. Z.F.iy 10 
Hereward the Wake. Kingsley. Z.F.9k2 
Hero folk of ancient Britain. Wiltse. 

Z.130C8.3 
Hero of Erie. Barnes, Z.F.aba 

Hero stories from American history. Blais- 

DELL and Ball. Z.aoaa.3 

Hero tales from American history. LoDCE 

and Roosevelt. Z.aoai?.! 

Hero tales of the Far North. Riis. 

Z.3oa 33.1 
Herodotus. Boden and D'Alueida. Wonder 

stories from Herodotus. Z.ish 1.16 

— Church. Stories of the East from Hero- 
dotus. Z.ishi.is 

— White. Boya* and giria' Herodotus. 

Z.ish 1.17 
Heroes, The. Kingsley. Z^ob63.i 

Heroes every child should know. Mabie. 

Z.4oh aa.4 
Heroes of chivalry. Bayard and the Cid. 

Z.3oa 83.1 
Heroes of chivalry. Maitland. Z.4oh 116.1 
Heroes of chivalry and romance. Church. 

Z^oh 10,1 
Heroes of everyday life. Coe. Z.3oaio,i 
Heroes of myth. Price and Gilbert. 

Z^h 33.1 
Heroes of our war with Spam. Ross. 



Z.3om 6.3 
Heroic adventures. Z.iob a.i 

Heroic happenings. Brooks. Z.isas-i 

Heroic legends, Herbbrtson. Z.4oh 33.1 
Heroic lives. Z.3oa83.i 

Heroines that every child should know, 

Mabie and Stephens. Z.30a 56.1 

Herrick, Sophie M. B. The earth in past 

ages. Z.iooc 4-1 

Hester Stanley at St, Mark's, Sfofford. 

Z.F.10S I 
Hetty Gray. Gilbert, 2.F.3g8 

Hiawatha. Longfellow. Z.4oe 34.4 

Hiawatha primer. Holbrook, Z.130C98.1 
Hidden servants. Alexahdrr. Z^oei.i 

Higgina, L. A. The court of King Christmas. 
Z.4od 36.1 
Higgins, Myrta M, Little gardens for boys 

and girls. Z.sod 7.t 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, Tales of 

the enchanted islands of the Atlantic, 

Z.4oh 103.1 

— Young folks' history of the United States. 

Z.3oa t3.i 

Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, editor. Book 

of American exploreta. Z.aobaj.a 



Higginson, Thomas Wentworth. Boltoh. 
Famous American authors. Z.3oa.3.3 

— Phillips, I.,aureled leaders. Z.3oa54.i 

— RiDEiNG. Boyhood of famous authors. 

Z. wa et.i 
Hildegarde's harvest. Richards. Z.F.iir 13 
HUdegarde's holiday. Richards. Z.F.iiri4 
Hildegarde's home. Richards. Z.F.iiri6 
Hilderarde's neighbors, Richards. Z.F.iiris 
Hill, Charles T, Fighting a fire, Z.soas-a 
Hill, Frederick T. On the trail of Grant 
and Lee, Z.joa 37.1 

— On the trail of Washington, Z.^b iw8 
Hill, Mabel. Lessons for junior citizens. 

Z.30kg.i 

Hill, Marion. Harmony Hall. Z.F.asn i 

Hinkson, Katharine T, For the White 

Rose. ' Z.F.i6h i 

— The great captain; a story of the days of 
Sir Walter Raleigh, Z.P.i6h3 

— Ireland. (Peeps at many landsj 

Z.iok 15.1 

— The story of our Lord for children. 

Z.gob 7.1 
His first and last appearance. Finn. 

Z.F.iafg 
His Majesty's Sloop Diamond Rock. Hunt- 
ington, Z.F.30h T 
His one fault, Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t4 
His own master. Trowbridge, Z.P.i4t 5 
Historic Americans, Brooks. Z.3oa8.3 
Historic Boston, Hale. Z.aom 1.8 
Historic boys. Brooks, Z.3oa8.a 
Historic girlhoods, Holland, ^j3°^ '4-^ 
Historic girls. Brooks, 2.30184 
Historic inventions, Holland, Z.soaa&i 
Historic mansions and highways around 
Boston, Drake, Z.aom 1.9 
Historic pilgrimages in New England. 
Bacon, Z.aom 3.5 
Historic scenes in fiction. Van Dyke. 

Z40C 31 .3.15 
Historical stories retold from St. Nicholas 
magazine. 
Namely: — 

Civil War stories, Z.aoe 4.1 

Colonial stories, Z.3afa 5.1 

Indian stories, Z.3og lo.i 

Our holidays, Z.3oa33.i 

Revolutionary stories, Z.90G8.3 

Stories of royal children. Z.3oa 37.1 

Stories of the Middle Ages. Z.ishi.ia 

Historical tales. See Morris, Charles. 

Historical tales from Shakespeare. Couch. 

Z40C14.3 

History. Ancient. Arnold. Stones of 

ancient peoples. Z.isb i.i 

— BoTSFORD, An ancient history for begin- 
ners. Z.i^ 1.9 

— Church. Helmet and spear. Z.ishs.a 

— Gardner, Friends of the olden time. 
Z.3oa34.i 

— Luther, Trading and exploring, 
Z.ioa 4.3 

— NivEK. Great names and nations. Vol. i, 
Z.i5a ig.1 

— Ragozin. A history of the world. 
Z.i5a 39.1 

The story of Assyria. Z.ish 1.19 

The story of Chaldea, Z.ijhi.i8 

History. Ceneral. Andrews, Ten boys. 

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History. Getitrai. (CoHtimted.) 

— Baldwin. Fifty famous stories retold. 

Z.i5a a.i 

— Brooks. Heroic happenings. Z.ija3.i 
Story of the 19th century. 2.1584.1 

— Canton. Child's book of warriors. 

Z.is« 13-1 

— Creasy. The fifteen decisive battles of 
the world. Z.isa5.i 

Cimlnl!. — Batlle of Maratbon, B. C, 49a. — 
Drieat of the Athenians at Syracuw, B. C. 413. 

— The battle of Afbela, B. C. 331. — The battle 
of the MetauroB. B. C. 207. — Victory of Ar- 
minim over Ibe Roisan legions under ViruB, 
A. D. 9- — The battle of Chalona, 4S>. — The 
battle of Tours. 783. — The battle of HB>tias^ 
1066 — Joan of Arc's victory at Orleani, 1429. 

— The defeat of the Spanish Armada, 1588. — 



Hermann, May C. Games for e 



The 



of I 



- The 



if the Ar 

Burgoyne at Saratoga, 1777. — The battle of 
Valmy, .792. — The baitie of Waterloo, 1815. 

— Egcleston. Strange stories from history. 

Z.isa 6.1 

— GiLUAN. Magna Charta stories. Z.15S7.1 

— Hancock. Children of history, 2.15130.1 

— JoHONNOT. Stories of heroic deeds. 

Z.isa 38.3 
Ten great events in history. Z.isaaS.i 

— Lang. Red true story book. Z.isa lo.i 
True story book. Z.ija 10.2 

— Long. Famous battles by land and sea. 

Z.40C 3 1.3. 1 6 

— NiVEB. Great names and nations. Vol. a. 

Z.isa ig.1 

— Stirling. Torch-bearers of history. 

2.30864.1 

— Van Dvke. Historic scenes in fiction. 

Z.40C 91 .3.5 

— YoNGE. A book of golden deeds. 

Z.ioa 36-1 
Hiatory of a conscript of 1813, Ehckmann 
and Chatrian. Z.F.ise i 

History of Jack the giant killer. Lang. 

Z.i3ob 1.4 
History of the robins. Trimmer. Z.F.iGti 
History of Whittington. Lang. Z.i3ab 1.3 
History primer. Gerson. Z.3oa 37.1 

Hix, Melvin. O nee- upon-a- time stories. 

Z.130C 33.1 

— United States history for the sA grade. 
Z.aob 34.1 



HoDBon, Richmond. Buck Jones at An- 
napolis. Z.F.ajhi 

— In line of duty. Z.F.3Sha 
Hodges, George. The Castle of Zion. 

Stories from the Old Testament. 

Z.gob 114 

— The Garden of Eden. Z.9ob 11.3 

— When the King came. Z.gob ii.i 
Hoffmann, Alexander F. P. The little 

'■ Dauphin. Translated by G. P. Upton. 
Z^b4]i 

— Ludvig van Beethoven. Translated by 
G. P. Upton. 2.30b 3b I 

— Mozart's youth. Translated by G. P. Up- 
ton. Z.3ob 3b I 

Hoffmann, Professor, pseud. See Lewis, 
Angelo J. 



Holbrook, Florence. The book of nature 
mjths. Z^^db sm 

— Hiawatha primer. Z.i3oc 3B.I 

— Northland heroes. Z.40hS5.3 

— Round the year in myth and song, 

Z^ohss-i 
Holden, Edward S. Family of the sun. 
2.i0Db 3.3 

— Our country's flag and the flag of for- 
eign countries. 2.3oa43.i 

— Real things in Nature. 2.iooa3>3 

— The sciences. 2.iooa3-i 

— Stories of the great astronomers. 

Z.ioob 2.1 

H olden, Edward S., editor. Wonders of 

earth, sea and sky. [Young folks' 

library.] Z.fOC aia.Ii 

Holder, Charles F. The ivory king, 

Z.iocil 39.1 
Holiday plays. Merington. Z.4odii.i 

Holidays. Brooks. Storied holidays. 

Z.F.iSb 3 

— Johnston and Barnuu. Book of plays 

for little actors. ZM>dg.i 

— Kkllocg. Spring and summer celebra- 
tions. Z,4od 33.1 

— Merington, Holiday plays. 2.4od ii.i 

— Our holidays; their meaning and spirit. 

2.90a 33.1 

— Patten, The year's festivals. Z.4ob 9.1 

— ScHAUFKLRR. Arbor Day. Z.4ob 4.3 
Christmas. Z.4ab 4.1 

— — Flag Day. Z.4ob4.7 

— — Independence Day, Z^b4.8 
— — Lincoln's birthday, Z.46b^.s 

Memorial Day. Z,4ab4-6 

Thanksgiving. Z.4ob44 

Washington's birthday. Z.4ob4.3 

— SiNDELAR. Christmas celebrations. 

Z.40d3i.i 

Lincolq Day entertainments. Z.4od3i.a 

Thanksgiving entertainments. 

Z.4od 31.3 
Washington Day entertainments. 

Z.40d3i4 

— Stevenson and Stetbnson. Days and 

deeds. A book of verse. Z^ob ia.i 
Days and deeds. Prose. Z^obia.s 

— Wells, Rainy day diversions. Z.7od6.i 
Holland, Rupert S, Historic girlhoods. 

Z.3oa 14.1 

— Historic inventions. Z.5oa36,i 
—The Knights of the Golden Spur. 

Z.F.37b I 

HoIlMud. By LAND and sea. [Scenes in 

Holland.] Z.ioa i.i 

— Caufbell. Story of little Jan, the Dutch 
boy. Z.ioh 3.8 

— Carpenter. Europe. 2.ioh 1.9 

— Chamberlain. Europe. Z.ioh i.t3 

— Chase. Mayken. [Fiction.] 2.F.39C i 

— CoE. Modern Europe. 2.ioh i.a 

— Dodge. Hans Brinker. [Fiction.]^ 

Z.F.i4d 3 
Land of pluck. 2.F.i4d3 

— Geohce and Dean. Little journeys to 
Holland, Belgium and Denmark. 

Z.ioh 3.9 

— Griffis. Young people's history of Hol- 
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Holland. (Contmutd.) 

— Henty. By England's aid. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5h 39 

— — By pike and dyke. [Fiction.] Z.F.i5h4 

— JuNGMAN. Holland. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.ioh 3.4 

— LoVETT. Pictures from Holland. 

Z.ioh 3.1a 

— LuTHES. Trading and exploring. Z.iOft4.a 

— McDonald and Daijivmpls. Marta in 
Holland. Z.iob3.ii 

— Mansfield. Our little Dntch cousin. 

Z.ioh 3.3 

— Motley. Siege of Leyden. Z^oh 3.7 

— Seauan. Jacqueline of the carrier pigeons. 

[Fiction] Z.F.7BI 

— Stockton, Personally conducted. 

Z.ioh I. ig 

— Wide World. [Dutch childrenj 

Z.ioa 14.1 
Hollis, Ira N. The frigate Constitution. 

Z.aoh 3.1 
Hollow Tree and Deep Woods book, Paine. 
Z.P.7P 3 
Hollow Tree snowed-in book. Paine. 

Z.F.^p 3 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Complete poetical 

works. Z.4oe 33.3 

— Grandmother's story [of Bunker Hill 
Battle] and other poems. Z^ea3.t 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Bolton. Famous 
American authors. Z^soas-I 

— Cody. Four American poets. Z.3oa 16.1 

— Matthews. Introduction to American 
literature. Z.4oa 13. i 

— RiDEiNG. Boyhood of famous authors. 

Z.3oa 61.1 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. Prose. 

Z.40b 13.3 

— WsiGHT. Children's stories in American 
literature. Z.3oa 67.1 

Holy Land. Finneuobe. Z.iof i.ia 

Home comera. Kirkland. Z.P.iGk i 

Home fairy tales. Mac£. Z.F.ism i 

Home life in all lands. Morris. Z.ioaS.i 
Home making. Tekhune. Z.40C 33.1.3 

Home mechanics. Hopkins, Z.50C 7.1 

Homer. The Iliad, Translated W Lang, 
Leaf and Myers. Z.4ob3g.9 

— The Odyssey. Translated by G. H. 
Palmer. Z^oh 39.1 

Homer. Adaptations. Brooks. The story 

of the Iliad. Z.4oh3S.3 

The story of the Odyssey. Z.4oh 35.4 

— Boht and Ragozin. Odysseus, the hero 
of Ithaca. Z.4ohS5.3 

— Church. The Iliad for boys and girls. 

Z^oh 10.3 

The story of the Iliad. Z.4oh 10.B 

The story of the Odyssey. Z.^hio.e 

— Hall. Homeric stories for young readers. 

Z.4oh 18.1 

— Lamb. Adventures of Ulysses. Z^oh 40.1 

— Marvin and others. Adventures of 
Odysseus. Z.40h 30.1 

— Perry. The boy's Iliad. Z.4ob46.i 
— — The boy's Odyssey. Zuoh46.3 
Hook, Stella L. Little people and their 

homes in meadows, woods and waters. 

Z.ioom 6.1 

Hoosier school-boy. Eggleston. Z.F.7e3 

HoiM, the cliff-dweller. Jewett. Z.sogii.i 



Hopkins, George M. Experimental science. 
Z.iof 7.1 

— Home mechanics for amateurs. Z.50C 7.1 
Hopkins, William J. The sandman: his farm 

stories. Z.F.33h i 

— The sandman: his sea stories. Z.F.39h4 

— The sandman: his ship stories. Z.F.saha 

— The sandman: more farm stories. 

Z.F.33h 3 
Hoppin, Augustus. Recollections of Auton 

House. Z.F.30h i 

— Two Compton boys. Z.F.aoha 

Homaday, William J. Two years in the 

jungle. . Z.iof 1.30 

Home, Olive B., and Kathrine L. Scobey. 

Stories of great artists. Z.taoas.i 

Homibroofc, Isabel. Camp and trail. 

Z.F.i8h I 
Horse fair. Baldwin. Z.4oh3.3 

Horses nine. Ford. Z.P.igfi 

Horton, Edith. The frozen north. Z.ioc a.i 
Hostage of war. Bonesteel, Z.F.37b 3 

Hough, Emerson. Story of the cowboy. 
Z.sop 1 0.1 

— The way to the West. Z.3op 10.3 
Houghton, Louise S. The Russian grand- 
mother's wonder tales. Z.4oh58.i 

House in the water. Roberts. Z.iooI 38.3 
House of Arden. Bland. Z.P44b4 

House of the heart and other plays. Mackay. 
Z4odi9.i 
House of the seven gables. Hawthorne. 

Z.P.I ih I 
House of the Wolf. Weyuak. Z.P^tw i 
Household of Glen Holly. Lillie. Z.F.BI4 
Household stories. Grimm. Z.F.i5g7 

Household stones for little readers. Kling- 
ENSMiTH. Z.F.aok I 

Housekeeping. Bubrbll. Saturday morn- 
ings. Z.sof I.I 

— CoLSOH and Chittenden. The child house- 
keeper. Z.sof 10.1 

— Foster. Housekeeping for little girls. 

Z.soffi.3 

— Johnson. When mother lets us help. 

— KiHKLAHD. Dora's housekeeping. [Fic- 
tion.] 2.P.i5k I 

— Terhune, Home making. [Vocations.] 

Z4OC 93.1.3 

— WiQGiN. Half a dozen housekeepers. 
[Fiction.] Z.F.3AW3 

Houses, Beard. Curious homes and tlieir 
tenants. Z.iool 44.1 

— Carpenter. How the world is housed. 

Z.5oa9.3 

— Chamberlain. How we are sheltered. 

Z.ioa5.i 

— Chase and Clow. Stories of industry. 

Vol.1. Z.5MI3.I 

— Keller and Bishop. Commercial and in- 
dustrial geography, Z. 10840.1 

— Morris, Home life in all lands. Z.ioa&i 

— Round the world. Vol. 8. Z.soa 7,1 

— Skeat. The past at our doors, Z.ioa3i.9 
Houston, Edwin J., and Arthur E. Kennelly. 

Electricity made easy. Z.iook3.3 

How a little girl went to Africa. Bicknell. 

Z.10C 14.1 
How 1 found Livingstone. Stanley. 

Z.iog i&i 
How it works. Williams. Z.5oa3i.9 



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How Marjory helped. Brooks. Z.P.aofa i 
How New England was made. Humphsev. 
Z.aomjJ 
How other people live. Bashard. Z.ioa 39.1 
How our grandfathers lived. Habt. 

Z.aoa 31.1 
How the people rule. Hoxie. Z.aok 8.1 

How the world is clothed. Carpehteb. 

Z.soaa^ 
How the world is fed. Cakpbnteb. Z.5oaa.i 
How the world is housed. Carpbnter. 

Z. 5029.3 
How they worked their way. Egan. Z.P.ses 
How to attract the birds. Doublbday. 

Z.ioop 3.9 
How to do it. Hale. Z.8oa 14.1 

How to dress a doll. Morgan. Z.sof a.i 
How to enjoy pictures. Embry. Z.iaoa 7.1 
How to get Strang. Buukie. Z.6oa i.a 

How to know the butterflies. Comstock. 

Z.ioom 4.a 
How to know the ferns. Parsons. Z.ioot 14.4 
How to know the wild flowers. Parsons. 

Z.ioot 14-3 
How to make baskets. White. Z.sob a.a 
How to make common things. Bower. 

Z.sob 13. 1 

How to understand electrical work. Onken 

and Baker. Z.iookg.i 

How two boys made their own electrical 

apparatus. St. John. Z.iook 6.1 

How we are clothed. ChamberuiIN. 

Z.ioa5.3 
How we are fed. Cbauberlain. Z.soa 9.3 
How we are governed. Dawes. Z.aok 5.1 
How we are sheltered. Chamberlain. 

Z.SOB9.4 
How we travel. Chamberlain. Zjoag.a 

Howard, Blanche W. No heroes. Z,F.97b i 
Howard, F. W., fomfiiUr. Banbury Cross 
stories. Z.ijob 17.1 

Howard, O, O. Famous Indian chiefs I 
have known. Z.aog8.i 

Howdeo, J. R. The boys' book of loco- 
motives. Z.50C s.a 

— The boys' book of steamships. Z.socs.i 
Howe family. Richards. Two noble lives: 

Samuel Gridley Howe, Julia Ward Howe. 
Z.3ob 7h I 

— — When 1 was your age. Z.sob 4h a 
Howell, Frederick W. W, Icelandic pictures. 

Z.iob a.i6 
Howells, William Dean. A boy's town. 

Z.^b sh I 

— Christmas every day. ZiP.aih i 
Howelts, William Dean. Bolton. Famous 

American authors. Z.3oa 3.3 

— RiDEiNG. Boyhood of. famous authors. 

Z.3oa Gi.i 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 



Hoxi^ Charles D. How the people rule: 
civics for boys and girls. Z.aok 8.1 

Hoyt, Elizabeth. Play days. Z.F.aCh 1 

Hubert, Philip G. Men of achievement: 
inventors. Z.joa aa.a 

Huckleberry Finn. Clemens. Z.V.igca 

HndsoD> Henry. Blaisuell. Story of Ameri- 
can history. Z.aoa a.a 
— Dickson. From the old world to the new. 



Hudson, Henry. (CtmHimtd.) 

— Egcleston. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.aoa 7.a 

— Gerson. History primer. Z.aoa 97.1 

— HiGGiNSON. American explorers. 

Z.aoba7.3 

— McMuBRV. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 15. 1 

— Pratt. America's story for American 

children. Vol. 2. Z.aob 91.3.3 

— Shaw, Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13.1 

— SouTHWORTH. Builders of our country. 
Book I. Z.aob 16.1 

Hudson Bay. Ballantyhb. Z.F.ibj 

Hughes, Rupert. The dozen from Lakerim. 

Z.F.34t>i 

— The Lakerim Athletic Club. Z.F.34h9 
Hughes, Thomas. Alfred the Great. 

Z.3ob3ai 

— Tom Brown's school days. Z^.gji r 
Hugo, Victor. The story of Jean Valjean. 

Abridged from Les Miserables by Sara 

E. Wiltse. Z.P.35h i 

Hull, Eleanor, compiler. The boys' Cuchu- 

lain: heroic legends of Ireland. Z.4oh7i.i 
Humperdinck, Engelbert. Sang und Klang 

fQrs Kinderherz. 2 v. Z.190C44.1 

Humphrey, Frances A. Dean Stanley with 

the children. Z.3ab38i 

— How New England was made. Z.aom 3S 
Hundred anecdotes of animals. Billing- 

KURST. Z.IOOl 90.1 

Hungary. Carpenter. Europe. Z.ioh 1.9 

— Chamberlain. Europe. Z.iob i.i9 

— Koch. Austria- Hungary. Z.ioh 4.9 

— Orczv and Babstow. Old Hungarian 
fairy tales. Z.F.ip i 

— RouLET. Our little Hungarian cousin. 

Z.ioh 3.4 

— ToRNAi BE KoySr. Hungary. Z.ioh a.io 

— Unber sunny skies. Z,i6h6.S 
Hunt, Rockwell D. California the golden. 

Z.aom 6.1a 
Hunt, Violet. The cat. Z.F.3ih i 

— Prisoners of the Tower of London. 

Z.ioh 18.1 

Huntington, H. S., pseud. His majesty's 

sloop Diamond Rock. Z.F.son i 

Hurll, Estelle M. Landseer. Z.iaoa8.i 

— Raphael. Z.iaoa S.a 
Husted, Mary H. Stories of Indian chief- 
tains. Z.aog 37.9 

— Stories of Indian children. Z.aogaj.1 
Hutchinson, W. M. L. The golden porch. 

Z^^aai 
Hutchinson, Woods. The child's day. 

Z.6oa 13.1 
Hyde, Lillian S. Favorite Greek myths. 

Z^oh 99.1 

Hyde, William D. The school speaker and 

reader, Z.4ob3.i 

Hygiene. See Physiology and Hygiene. 

Iceland. Hentv. Famous travels. [Young 

folks' library.] Vol. 12. Z.40cai,9.ia 

— Howell Icelandic pictures. Z.ioh 9.16 

— Kellocc Australia and the islands of 
the sea. Z.iodi5.i 

— Leith. Iceland. Z.ioh 9,3 

— Taylor. Boys of other countries. [Fic- 
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Icc-qoeen. Ingeksoll. Z.F^i 

Id*. Frances O. (Rutb Ogden.) Loyal 

hearts and true. Z.F-ffia 

Spuiisb-AmcricaD War, 1898. 

— A loyal little red-coat. Z.F.ai i 
Idylli of the king. Tennysom. Z^oesy^ 
niad. See Homer. 

Imprisoned midahipmaD. Seawelu Z.P.8* i 
In Clive's command. Strang. Z.P.^i 

In eastern wonderlands. Gibson. Z.ittt 1.3 
In field and pasture. Dutton. Z.zoa 4.1 
In freedom's cause. Henty. Z.F.ish 11 

In Greek waters. Henty. Z.F.ish 40 

In His name. Hale. Z.F.aha 

In king's houses. Dorr. Z.F^i 

In Leisler's times. Brooks. Z.F.iSb 7 

In Lincoln green. Gilliat. Z.F.igg i 

In line of duty. Hobson, Z.F.asn 3 

In Lionland. Douglas. Z.3ob gl i 

In nesting time. Miller. Z.ioopQ.5 

In the brave days of old. Hall. Z.F.ihi 
In the days of Alfred the Great. Tappan. 

Z.F.3t 3 
In the days of giants. Brown. Z.4oh7.a 
In the days of Queen Victoria. Tappan. 

Z.3ob IT I 
In the green forest. Pyle. Z.F.i6p i 

In the hands of the redcoats. Touuhsom. 

Z.F.i3t 14 
In the heart of the Rockies. Henty. 

Z.F.i5h »6 
In the High Valley. Woolsey. Z.F.iGw 3 
In the Irish Brigade. Henty. Z.F.ish 3a 
In the king's name. Fenn. Z.F.Sf 7 

In the king's service. Brerbton. Z.P.sab 3 
In the line. Dudlbv. Z.F.afid a 

In the reign of Coyote. Chandler. 

Z;4ohi5.i 
In the Reign of Terror. Henty. Z.F.ish 31 
In the wilderness. Warner. Z.tooi?.! 

In times of peril. Henty. Z.F.ish 10 

Indepeadence day. Casrington. Beacon 
lights of patriotism. Z.40a7-3 

— GoWDY. Special days in school. 

Z.4ob 30.1 

— Le Row. Pieces for every occasion. 

Z.40d 33.1 

— ScHAUFFLES. Independence Day. Z.4ob4.8 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. [Prose.] 

Z.4ob ia.3 

— ToMtiNsoN, Stories of the American 

Revolution. Vol. 2. Z.F.t3t 18 

India. FiNNEuoRE, India. [Homes of 

many lands." ~ 
India. '" 

— Gibson. 



First Burmese war.] Z.F.ish 4S 

The tiger of Mysore. [Fiction. War 

with Tippoo Sahib.] Z.F.ish 30 

With Clive in India. [Fiction.] 

Z.P.i5h 18 
^ Herbestson. Asia. Z.iof 1.6 

— HoRNADAY. Two years in the jungle, 

Z.iof t.30 



~ Jacobs. Indian fairy tales. 



Z.F.4J 4 



India. (ConHmud.) 

— Keluan. Children of India. Z.iof 1.18 

— Kipling. The jungle book. Z.F.iak i 
The second jungle book. Z.F.iak 3 

— Knox. Boy travellers in the far East: 
Ceylon and India. Z.iof 1.33 

— Mansfield. Our little Hindu cousin. 

Z.iof i.a 

— Rbdwav. .\II around Asia. Z.iof 1.16 

— Smith. Life in Asia. Z.iofi.8 

— Starb. Strange peoples. [Hindus-] 

Z.ioa 19.1 

-Strang. In Clive's command. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.43«i 

— Urwick, Indian pictures drawn with pen 
and pencil. Z.iof 1.31 

Indians of America, Altsheler. The quest 
of the four. [Fiction.] Z.F.Ba4 

Riflemen of the Ohio. [FictionJ 

Z.P.8a3 

— Austin. The basket woman. Z.aog i.i 

— Barnard. How other people live. 

Z.ioa 39.1 

— Bayliss. Lolami in Tusayan. Z.9oe3.a^ 
Lolami, the little cliff-dweller. 

Z.aog 3.1 

— Baylor. Juan and Juanita. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a4b I 
»- Brooks. Master of the Strong Hearts ; a 
story of Custer's last rally. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i8b 4 
The story of the American Indian. 

Z.aM3.i 

— Browh and Bell. Tales of the Red Chil- 
dren. Z.ac^ 4,1 

— Browne. Indian fairy tales. Z.4ohii8.i 

— Burton. Story of the Indians of New 
England. Z.aoe aa.i 

— Btjtterwohth. The wampum belt. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.38b 5 

— Calkins. Two wilderness voyagers; a 
true tale of Indian life. Z.aoES-i 

— Canfield, At Seneca Castle, Z.F.a6c 3 
The White Seneca. [Fiction.] Z.F.afic I 

— Catlin. The boy's Catlin: my life among 
the Indians. Z.30g 16.I 

— Chandler. In the reign of Coyote. 

Z.4oh 15.1 

— Cooper. Leather-stocking tales. 

Namely: 

1. The deerslayer. Z.F.8C4 

2. The last of the Mohicans. Z.F.8ca 

3. The pathfinder. Z.F.Scs 

4. The pioneers. Z.P.8cg 

5. The prairie. Z.F.8C7 

— Custer. Tenting on the plains, Z.aopai.i 

— Demihg. Indian child life. Z.aobfi.i 

— Doubledav. Cattle-ranch to college. [Fic- 

iton] Z,F.i6di 

— Drake. Indian history for young folks. 

Z.aog 74 

— Eastman, Charles A. Indian boyhood. 

Z.aog a^i 

— Eastman, Elaine G. Yellow Star. [Fic- 
tion,] Z.P.iCei 

— Eastman and Eastman, Smoky Day's 
wigwam evenings, Z.aog as-s 

— Eggleston. E., and Seelye. Brant and Red 
Jacket. Z.3ob ab i 

Pocahontas. Z.yA 3p i 

Tecumseh and the Shai 



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Indians of America. (CottltMved.) 

— EoGLESTON, G, C. Big brother. {Fiction. 
Creek War, 1813-14.] Z.F.yea 

— FoBSYTH. Thrilling days in army life. 

Z.aoh8.i 

— Gbinnell. Blackfoot lodge tales. 

Z.aog 15.3 

— — Jack among the Indians. Z.P.i6gi 

— — Pawnee hero stories and folk-tales. 

Z.30g I5.I 

Story of the Indian. Z.aoglS.a 

'Alt: 

z.aog 8.1 
— .Rusted. Stories of Indian chieftains. 

Z.aog a7.a 
-Stories of Indian children. Z.aogiJ.i 

— Indian stories, retold from St. Nicholas. 

Z.aog 10.4 

— Inman. The ranche on the Oxhide. TFic- 
tion.] Z.P.6i I 

— Jackson. Ramona. [Fiction.] Z.F.3J4 

— Janvier. Aztec treasure-house. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.18J I 

— Jenks. Childhood of Ji-shib, the Ojibwa. 

Z.aog g.i 

— Johnston. Famous Indian chiefs. 

2.3M354 

— JuDD. Wigwam stories, told 1^ North 
American Indians. Z.aog i3.a 

— Kennedy. The New World fairy book. 

Z.4obM.i 

— Lanoe. On the trail of the Sioux. (Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.igl I 

— LuMMis, A New Mexico David. [Fic- 
tion. Pueblos.) Z.F.30I1 

Pueblo Indian folk-stories. Z.foh 105.1 

Strange corners of our country. 

[Pueblos and Navaios.] Z.aop i6,a 

— Machar. Stories of New France. (Huron- 
Iroquois War.] Z.at^ii.i 

— McLean. The mound builders. Z.ioodf.! 

— Markhah. a narrative history of King 
Philip's war. Z.aobaat 

— MuNROE. At war with Pontiac. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a4ni i 
Belt of Seven Totems. (Fiction. Mas- 

sasoit] Z.F.a4m 15 
Flamingo feather, [Fiction. Florida, 

Huguenots.] Z.F.a4in ti 
Through swamp and glade. [Fiction. 

Seminole War.] Z.F.a4iii 17 

— Parkuan. The boys' Parkman. Edited 
by L. S. Hasbrouck. Z.aob ao.8 

Conspiracy of Pontiac. Z.aob ao.5 

Jesuits in North America. Z.aob30.4 

Oregon trail. Z,aop7.i 

— Pratt, Legends of the red children. 

Z.aog 34.1 

— Roberta. Flying Plover. Z.4oh65.i 

— ScHULTZ. Sinopah, the Indian boy. 

Z.F.a88 a 

With the Indians in the Rockies. 

" I.] Z.F.a88i 
The boy captive in Canada. 
[Fiction.] Z.F.igi 14 
Boy captive of old Deerfield. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.igs 13 
The young and old Puritans of Hat- 
field. [Fiction. French and Indian 
War.] Z.F.i9a 10 



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Indians of America. (Continued.) 

The young Puritans in captivity. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.ips la 

The young Puritans in King Philip's 

War. [Fiction,] Z.F.iocg 

— — The young Puritans of old Hadley. 
[Fiction.] Z.F.raii 

— Snepdeh. Docas, the Indian boy of aanta 
Clara. [Fiction.] Z.aog 18. i 

— Starr. American Indians. Z.aog ag.i 

— Stoddard. Chumley's Post ; a story of tne 
Pawnee trail. [Fiction.] Z.F.3384 

Little Smoke. [Fiction. Sioux. ]^ 

Z.F.338 7 
On the old frontier. [Fiction. Iro- 
quois.] Z.P.338 13 

Red mustang. (Fiction. Apaches.] 

Z.F.33S ai 

The talking leaves. [FictionJ 

Z.F.339 9 
Two Arrows. [Fiction.] Z.F.asa 15 

— ToMLiNSON. Tecuraseh'a young braves. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.i3t6 

— Wabe. Our little Indian cousin. 

Z.aog ao.1 

Ten Indian hunters. (FictionJ 

Z.F.aw t 

— White. Magic forest. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.aaw i 

— Williams. The boy's book of Indians 
and the wild west. Z.aoga8.i 

— Wilson. Myths of the red children. 

Z.aog 31. 1 

— Wright. Adventures among the red 

Indians. Z.iobs-i 

— YouNo. Algonquin Indian tales. 

Z.aog 19. 1 

— Zitkala-Sa. Old Indian legends. 

Z.aog 17.1 

ladustries. Allen. Industrial studies. 

United States. Z.aopi.i 

— Browne. Rubber. Z.soa ag.a 

Sugar. Z.soaag.i 

Tea. Z.$oaag4 

— Chase and Clow. Stories of industry. 

Z.soa I a. I 

— Cochrane. The romance of industry and 
invention. -^Ji'^ '°-' 

— Button. In field and pasture. Z.ioa 4.1 

— Greene. Coal and the coal mines. 

Z.5oa 17.1 

— Keller and Bishop. Commercial and 
industrial geography. Z.ioB40.i 

— Lane. Industries of to-day. Z.soa&i 

— Rocheleau. Great American industries. 
4 V. Z.5oa30.i 

— Very. Warp and woof. The story of 

the textile arts. Z.sob iG.i 

Industries of to-day. . Lane. Z^oatLi 

Ingelow, Jean. Mopsa the fairy. Z.F.ai4 

— Three fairy tales. Z.V.ali 
Ingeraoll, Ernest. The book of the ocean. 

— Country cousins. Z.iool 16.1 

— Friends worth knowing. Z.ioo]i6.a 

— The ice-queen. Z.F.si i 
Ingpen, Roger, editor. One thousand poems 

for children. Z.foeaS.i 

Inman, Henry. The ranche on the Oxhide. 

Z.F.6i 1 

Insects. Bam FORD. Up and down the brooks. 

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Insects. (ConHimti.} 

— Beard. Curious homes and their tenants. 

Z.100I44.1 

— Burroughs. Birds and bees. Z.10084.1 

— CousTOcK, Anna B. Ways of the six- 
footed. Z.ioom 4. 1 

— CoMsTOCK, J, H. Insect lite. Z.ioom 14.1 

— CoMSTOCK and Coustock. How to know 
the butterflies. Z.ioom 4.3 

— Cragin. Our insect friends and foes. 

Z.ioom 15.1 

— FusHEAUX. Life in ponds and streams. 

Z.100I 56.1 

— Gibson. Eye spy. Z.10015.1 
Sharp eyes. Z.ioos s-a 

— Hook. Xittle people and their homes in 
meadows, woods, and waters. Z.ioom 6.1 

— Morley. Bee people. Z.ioomS.a 

The insect folk. Z.i0Dm8.3 

— --Wasps and their ways. Z.ioom &i 

— Noel. Buz; or, the life and adventures 
of a honey bee. Z.ioom lO.I 

— Patterson. The spinner family. 

Z.ioom 7.1 

— Sanborn. Go to the ant and leirn many 
wonderful things. Z.ioom 5.1 

— ScuDDER. Every-day butterflies. 

Z.ioom 9.1 
The life of a butterfly. Z.ioom g.a 

— Weed. The insect world. Z.ioom is.a 

Nature biographies. Z.ioom 1 3.1 

——Stories of insect life. Z.ioom 13.3 

— White, Ants and their ways. Z.ioom 1 3.1 
Inventors and Inventions. Baker. The 

boy's book of inventions. Z.soa a&i 

The boy's second book of inventions. 

Z.5oa38.3 

— Cochrane, C. H. The wonders of modem 
mechanism. Z.50C ia.i 

— CocHBAHE, Robert. The romance of in- 
dustry and invention. Z.joa 10.1 

— DouBLEDAY. Stories of inventors. 

Z.^oft3.i 

— FosHAN. Stories of useful inventions. 

Z.5oa 35.1 

— Hale. Stories of invention. Z.soa 18.1 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.soa 36.1 
-~ Hubert. Men of achievement; inventors. 

Z.soa 33.1 

— Lane. Triumphs of science. Z,iooa4-i 

— Maclaurin, The mechanic arts. 

Z.40C aa.i.i 

-~ Maule. Boy's book of new inventions. 

Z.soa 33.1 

— Meadowcboft. Boy's life of Edison. 

Z,3ob ae i 

— MowRV and MowRY. American inven- 
tions and inventors. Z.soa 30.1 

— Wright. Children's stories of the great 
scientists. Z.^oa 6^.3 

Ireland. Birkhead. Tales from Irish his- 
tory. Z.iok4o.i 

— BttERinrON. In the King's service; a tale 
of Cromwell's invasion of Ireland. [Fic- 



- Carnot. Pilgrim from Ireland. [Legend.] 

Z.F.5C I 

- Carpenter. Europe. Z.ioh i.g 
-Dunbar. Sons o' Cormac. Z.P.iads 

- Frost. Fairies and folk of Ireland. 

Z^ohsS-i 



Ireland. (ConHnmed.) 

— Griebsoh. The children's book of Celtic 
stories. Z.40C5.9 

— GwYNN. Stories from Irish histonr. 

Z.isk i4>i 

— Henty. Orange and green. [Fiction. 
Ireland, 1688.I Z.F.ish34 

— HiGGiNsoN. Tales of the enchanted 
islands of the Atlantic. Z^oh 103.1 

— HiNKSOH. Ireland. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iok 15.1 

— Hull. The boys' Cuchulain: heroic 
legends of Ireland. Z.^ohyi.i 

— Jacobs. Celtic fairy tales. Z.F4J3 

— — More Celtic fairy tales. Z.F.4J5 

— Johnston and Spencer. Ireland's story. 

Z.isk ig.1 
-Joyce. Child's history of Ireland. 

Z.iok Ag.i 

— Leamy. The golden spears, and other 
fairy tales. Z.^h6i.3 

— LovETT, Irish pictures drawn with pen 
and pencil. Z.iok47.a 

— McDonald and Dalrymple. Kathleen in 
Ireland. Z.iok 36.1 

— MacManus, Donegal fairy stories. 

Z.F.gm I 

— O Grady. The story of Ireland. 

Z.iok 48.1 

— O'Sberidan. Gaelic folktales. Z.4oh77.i 

— Shaw. Castle Blair. [Fiction.] Z.F.35I9 

— ToMLiNsoN. The British Isles. Z.iok aa.i 

— Wade. Norah. our little Irish cousin. 

Z.iok 54.1 
Iron star. True. Z.F.isti 

Irving, Washington. The Alhambra. 

Z.ioh84 

— Child's Rip Van Winkle. Z.F.sis 
Conquest of Granada. Z.ioh 8.6 
Dolph Heyliger; a story from Brace- 






: Hall. 



P-S;3 



The legend of Sleepy Hollow. Z.F-sii 

— Old Christmas, Z.40C i6.a 

— Rip Van Winkle. Z.F.5i i 

— The sketch book. Z.40C 16.1 

— Washington and his country. Abridged 
by John Fiske. Z.aob iw 4 

Irving, Washington. BoLTOH. Famous 
American authors. Z.3aa3.i 

— Brooks. Historic Americans. Z.soa 8.3 

— Eggleston. Stories of great Americans 
for little Americans. Z.9oa7.i 

— Harris. American authors for young 

folks. Z.3oa33.i 

— Matthews. Introduction to American 
literature. Z.4oa 13.1 

— Stevenson. Guide to biography. [Ameri- 
can men of mind.] Z.3oa34.i 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
literature. Z.soa 67.1 

Irwin, Louise G. The secret of old Thunder- 
Head. Z,F.4i I 
Island refuge, Kaler. Z.F.tk 36 
Island story. Marshall, Z.iok 31. i 
Italian fairy book, Macdonell. Z.40h98.i 
Italy. Ambrosi, Italian child life. 

Z.3ob4ai 

— Amicis, Cuore, (Fiction, Italian school- 

boy's journal.] Z.P.i4a 3 

— Carpenter. Europe. Z.iob t.g 

— Chaubbblain. Europe, Z.iob i.ia 



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Italy. fContinuedJ 

— FiNHEMORE. Italy. [Peepsat many landa.] 

Z.ioh 6.a 

— Gribkson. Florence. [Peeps at great 
cities.] Z.iob6.i7 

— Hemty. Lion of Sl Mark. [Fiction. 
Venice, isth century.] Z.F.ishia 

Out with Garibaldi. [Fiction." 



-Knox. Boy travellers 



Z.4oh i.ig 

talian his- 

Z.ioh 6.a6 

; Tuscany; 

Z.ioh 6.5 



_hi3 

n Southern Europe. 

Z.ioh i.s 

— McDonald and Dalbymple. Rafael in 
Italy. Z.ioh 6.8 

— Macdokell. The Italian fairy book. 

Z.4ohg8.i 

— MoNBOE and Buckbee. Europe and its 
people. Z.ioh i.ij 

— Stockton. Personally conducted. [Ti 
in Italy.] - " 

— Tboutbeck, Stories fro 

— Under sunny skies. [V< 

Mt. Vesuvius.] 

— Wade. Our little Italian cousin. Z.zoh6.3 

— Whitcomb. a little journey to Italy. 

Z.ioh 6,1 
Ivanhoe. Scott. Z.F.gs 4 

Ivar the viking. Du Chaillu. Z.F.isdi 
Ivory king. Holder. Z.ioolsg.i 

Jack Alden. Goss. Z.F.Sg; 3 

ack among the Indians. Grinnell. 

Z.Fj6b I 

Jack and Jill. Alcott. ~ 

Jack Ballister'B fortunes. Pvle. 

jack Chiunletgh. Egan. 

Jack Hall. Grant. 

Jack HaU at Yale. Camf. 

Jack Hazard and his fortunes. Trowbridge. 

Z.P.i4t 14 

Jack Hildreth among the Indians; the 

treasure of Nugget Mountain. Taggakt. 

Z.F.it 10 

Jack Hildreth among the Indians; Winne- 

tou, the Apache knf 



Jackson, Andrew, (Continued.) 

— ToMLiNsoN. Boys with Old Hickory. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.ist a 

JackBon, Helen H. (H. H.) Bits of talk in 

verse and prose. Z^ob 14.1 

— Cat stories. Z.F.3J » 

— Letters from a cat. Z.F.3 3 

— Nelly's silver mine. Z.F.31 a 

— Ramona. Z.F.3 4 
Jacobite exile. Henty. Z.F.ish a? 
Jacobs, Caroline E. (Emilia ElliottJ Joan 

of Jupiter Inn. Z.F.i4e4 

— Patricia. Z.F.i4«a 

— The S. W. F. Club. Z.F.i4e3 

— A Texas Blue Bonnet. Z.F.i4e i 
Jacobs, Caroline E„ and Edyth E. Read. 

Blue Bonnet's ranch party. Z.F.i4es 

Jacobs, Joseph, edilor. The book of wonder 

voyages. ^-E*^ ^ 

— Celtic fairy tales. ~ 

— English fairy tales. 

— Indian fairy tales, 

— More Celtic fairy tales. 

— More English fairy tales 
Jacqueline of the carrier pigeons . 



Jamaica. Henderson, 



Z.F.4 a 

Z.F.4 5 
Z.F.4 6 

. Seauan. 
Z.F.7B I 
Z.iolg.1 



Z.F.5a 6 
ZF.rsPS 

Z.F.3e 6 
Z F.i7g I 

Z.F.3I 



I, George W. The story of Scragi, 

Z.P.i4i I 

James, James A., and Albert H. Sanford. 

Our government, local, state _and na- 



Jack HUdreth on the Nile. 

Jack in the bush. Grant. 
jack of all trades. Beard. 
Jack, the young 



Jack, the young ranchman. 

Jack, the young trapper. 

Jackanapes. Ewing. 
jack-o'-Lantern. Waggauan. 
Jackson, Andrew. Blaisdei 
Hero stories from-Amerit 

— Bolton. Famous America: 



Taggart. 

Z.F.it II 

Taggart. 

Z.F.it 13 
Z.F.i7ga 
Z.7ob 14 
Grinneli- 

z.F.iCe 3 

Grin NELL. 

Z.F.ieK 4 
Grinhbll. 

Z.F.i6g 5 

Z,F.ite 17 

Z.F.IW3 

and Ball. 

history. 

" «a.3 



Lady Jane. Z.F.aj i 

Z.F.a] a 

EwiNG. Z.F.tie 4 

Aztec treasure-house. 

Z.F.I8J I 



— Allen. Children of the palm lands. 

Z.iod I.I 

— Angus. Japan the eastern wonderland. 

Z.10I3.2 

— Ayrton. Child life in Japan and Jap- 



Z.iof 3.3 



1 states 



— Brooks, Historic Americans, Z.3oaS.a 

— Burton. Four American patriots. 

Z.3oa 4.1 

— EcGLESTON. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.aoa 7-a 

— GoBDV. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.3oa 14.3 

— Mabie. Men who have risen. Z.40C ai.a.i? 

— SouTHWORTH. Builders of our country. 
Book 2. Z^ob i6.i.a 



Z.iof 3.18 
A Japanese interior. Z.iof 3.19 

— Carpenter. Asia. Z.iof i.ai 

— Finnemore. Japan. (Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iot3,5 

— George. Little journeys to China and 
Japan. Z.iof a.3 

— Gibson. In Eastern wonderlands. 

Z.ioft.3 

— Griffis. Japan: in history, folk-lore and 
art. Z.iof3.7 

— Grousset. (Andre Laurie.) Schoolboy 
days in Japan. Z.iof 3.9 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. Z.ioa3S.i 

— Kelman. Children of Japan. Z.iof3.io 

— Knox. Boy travellers in the far East: 
Japan and China. Z.iof 3.9 

— McDonald and Dalrymple. Ume San 
in Japan. Z.iof 3.6 

— MooRE. Ha If -hours in Japan. Z.iof 3.90 

— Munroe. A son of Satsuma; or, with 
Perry in Japan. [Fiction.] Z.F.34in 16 

— OzAKi. The Japanese fairy book. 

Z.4ofa 50.1 

— Pope. A Japanese garland. Z.iof3.ia 

— Redway. ah around Asia, Z.iof 1.16 



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Japan. (Continued.) 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of 
other lands. Z.ioa 34.1 

— Smith. The children's Japan. Z.iof 3.16 

— Toward the rising sun. Sketches of lite 
in Eastern lands. Z.iofi.g 

— Van Bercen. The story of Japan. 

Z.iof3.i3 

— Wade. Our little Japanese cousin. 
Z.iof 3.14 

Wonder tales of old Japan. 
Z.4oh I30.I 
Japanese fairy tales. 2 v, 

Z.F.17W I 

Japanese fairy tales. Williston. Z.F.17W i 
apanese garland. Perry. Z.iof 3.13 

apaneae twins. Perkins. Z.F.aop 3 

aspar Thorn. Egan. Z.F.3C 7 

Jataka tales. Babbitt. Z.4oh 115.1 

Jed. Goss. Z.F.8gi 

Jefferies, John Richard. Bevis; the story of 
a boy Z.F.I3J i 

— Sir Bevis; a tale of the fields. Z.ioob 15.1 
Jefferson, Thomas. Boi,ton. Famous 

American statesmen, Z^oa3.i4 

— Brooks. Historic Americans. Z.3oa8.a 

— Cooke. Stories of the Old Dominion. 

Z.3om5.5 

— Eggleston. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.20a 7.3 

— GoRBY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.aoa 14.3 

— Stoddard. John Adams and Thomas 
Jefferson. Z.3oa 19.3 

Jenks, Albert E. Ba-long-long, the Igorot 
boy, Z.iodai.i 

— The childhood of Ji-shib, the Ojibwa. 

Z.aog g.i 
JenkB, Tudor. The boy's book of explora- 
tions. Z.iob 10.1 

— Captain John Smith. Z.3ob6si 

— Chemistry for young people. Z.ioof3.i 

— Our army for our boys. Z.3oh4.i 

— Photography for young people. Z.isob 5.1 

— When America was new. Z.3OC15.1 
Jenks, Tudor, editor. Tales of fantasy. 

[Young folks' library.) Z.40C 31.3.4 

Jenness, Theodora R. Piokee and her 

people. Z.F.30J I 

Jerrold, Walter C., editor. The reign of King 

Oberon. Z.F.iji i 

Jersey boy in the Revolution. Tomlinson. 

Z.F.i3t 5 

fester of St. Timothy's. Pier. Z.F.17P 4 
esuits in North America. Parkman. 

Z.3ob 30.4 
Jet, the war-mule. Dobsey. Z.F.igd i 

Jewett, Frances G. The body and its de- 
fenses. Z.6oa 3.4 

— Control of body and mind. Z.6oa3.5 

— Good health. Z.6oa3.3 

— Town and city. Z.6oa 3.1 
Jewett, John H. Bunny stories. Z.F.19J i 
Jewett, Martha. Hopi, the cliff-dweller. 

Z.20g I I.I 

Jewett, Sarah Orne. Betty Leicester. 

Z.F.16J 3 

— Betty Leicester's Christmas. Z.P.iGj4 

— Country doctor. Z.F.161 1 

— Deephaven. Z.F.16] 5 

— Playdays. Z.F.16J 3 



Jewish bistory, Arnold. Storie: 

people. Z.ishi.i 

— Baldwin. Old stories of the East. 

Z.gob3.t 

— Cohen. David the giant killer and other 
tales of Grandma l^pez. Z.gob ta.i 

— CoNDEG. The child's history of Jeraaalem. 

Z.ish 1.3 

— GuERBER. The story of the Chosen People. 

Z.9ob &i 

— Herdst. Tales and customs of the ancient 
Hebrews. Z.9CA19.1 

— JosEPHUs. Our young folks' Josephua. 

Z.ish 1.13 

— — The story of the last days of Jerusalem. 

Z.i5h 1.14 

— Miller. Under the Eagle's wing. {Fic- 
tion, Maimonides.l Z.F.i8ini 

— Pendleton. Lost Prince Almon, [Fic- 
tion,] . Z.F.8P1 

— Ragozin. History of the world; earliest 
peoples. Z.I5K39.I 

Jim Davis. Masefield. Z.F.34111 1 

Jimmie Suter and the boys of Pigeon camp. 

DovLE. Z.F.38d3 

Jo's boys. Alcott. Z.F.jas 

Joaa of Arc. Hart, Joan, the maid of 

France, Z.3ob 31 S 

— Henninc. The Maid of Orleans. 

Z.30b3J4 

— Lang. The red true story book. Z.isaio.! 
The story of Joan of Arc. Z.sob 3] a 

— Lansing. Patriots and tyrants. Z.i5ai7.3 

— Maisie. Heroines every child should 
know. Z.3oa 56.1 

— Macgregor. The story of France. 

Z.I oh 7.19 

— MONVEL, Maurice Boutet de. Joan of 
Arc. 8073.40 (Hall use) 

Joan of Jupiter Inn. Jacobs. Z.F.i4e 4 

ob, Herbert K. Blue goose chase, Z.F.iyj i 
Jock of the Bushveld, Fitzpatrick. 

Z.IOE3-I 

Joe Bently, naval cadet. Clark. Z.F.17C3 
ogging round the world. Dunham. 

Z.i3oa lo.i 

John and Betty's history visit. Williauson, 

Z.iok 33.1 

John and Joan. Maude. Z.F.ssro 1 

John Halifax. Craik. Z.fTCcs 

John of the Woods, Brown, Z.F.47b4 

Johnny Blossom. Zwilcmever. Z.F.6z i 

Johnson, Clifton, compiler. The elm-tree 

fairy book, Z.P.6J i 

Johnson, Constance, When mother lets us 

cook. Z.sof 3.3 

— When mother lets us help. Z.5of 3.1 

— When mother lets us keep pets. Z.iool^.i 
Johnson, E, Rossiter. The end of a rain- 
bow, Z.F.8J I 

— A history of the French war, ending in 
the conquest of Canada, Z.aoc 13.1 

— A history of the War of 1812-15 between 
the United Stales and Great Britain. 

Z.3od S.I 

— Phaeton Rogers. Z.F.8] 3 
Johnson, Hugh S. Williams of West Point. 

Z.F.7i I 

Johnson, Margaret. What did the black 

cat do? Z.F4)ja 

— Where was the liUlc white dog? Z.F.^ i 



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Johnson, William H. The world's discover- 
ers. Z.iob 6.1 

Johnston, Annie f . The little colonel in 
Arizona. Z.F.iij 5 

— The little Colonel's Christmas vacation. 

Z.F.iii6 

— The little Colonel's hero. Z.F.1114 

— The little Colonel's holidays. Z.F.iijg 

— The little Colonel's house party. Z.F.iijS 
Johnston, Charles, and Carita Spencer. 

Ireland's story. Z.isk lO.i 

Johnston, Charles H. L. Famous cavalry 

leaders. Z.3oa 35.3 

— Famous Indian chiefs. Z.3oa 35.4 

— Famous privateersmen and adventurers 
of the sea. Z.aoa 35.3 

— Famous scouts. Z.30B 3^1 
Johnston, Emma L.. and Madalene B. 

BBmiim. A book of plays for little actors. 

Z.4odg.i 

Johnston, Lena E. China. [Peeps at many 

lands.] Z.iof a.a 

Johonno^ James. Neighbors with cla.ws 

and hoofs. Z.100I34.1 

Johonnot, James, cotnpikr. A geographical' 

reader. Z.ioa 30. i 

— Stories of heroic deeds. Z.isaaS.z 

— Ten great events in history. Z.isa 38.1 
Jolly fellowship. Stockton. Z.F.33S 10 
Jolly good summer. Smith. Z.F.igs 5 
JoUy good times. Smith. Z.F.igs 3 
Jolly good times at Hackmatack. Smith. 

Z.F.igs I 

Jolly good times at school. Suitb. Z.F.igs 3 
oily Kood times to-day. Smith. Z.F.igs 4 
JoUy Rover. Trowbbukje. Z.F.i4t3 

Jones, John Paul. Abbott. Naval history 
of the United States. Z.aoh 14-1 

— Beebe. Four American naval heroes. 

Z.3oa 63.1 

— CoopEH. The pilot. [Fiction.] Z.P.8C3 

— Frothingram. Sea fighters from Drake 
to Farragut. Z.iob?.! 

— GiBBs. Pike and cutlass. Z.sohs.i 

— Johnston. Famous privateersmen. 

2.30a 35.3 

— MoBRis. Heroes of the navy m America. 

z.3oh 6.1 

— Seawell. Paul Jones. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.8a3 

— SoLEY. Boys of 1812 and other naval 
heroes. Z.aoh ti.i 

— South WORTH. Builders of our country. 

Book 2. Z.aobi6.i.3 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.30.34.' 

Jordan, David S. The book of Knight and 

Barbara. Z.130C lo.i 

— Matka and Kotik. [Story of seal life.] 

Z.100I 95.1 
Jordan, David S., editor. A book of natural 
history. [Young folks' library.] 

Z.4pc ai.3.i4 

— True tales of birds and beasts. Z.ioolaa.i 
Josephine. Delano. Z.F.6d 3 
Josephus, Flavios. Our young folks' Jose- 

phus. Z.ish 1.13 

Journey to the centre of the earth. Verne. 
Z.F.7V4 
Joyce, P. W. Child's history of Ireland. 

Z.iok 4g.i 
Joyous story of Toto. Richards, Z.F.iir4 



Juan and Juanita. Baylor. 



Judson, Harry P. The young American. 

Z.aok lo.i 

Judaon, Katharine B. Montana, the land of 

shining mountains. Z.3om6.5 

Julius Caesar. Shakespeare, ^;4°'^ 14.10 

Jungle book. Kipling. Z.F.isk I 

ungman,' Beatrix. Holland. [Peeps at 
many lands.] Z.I0h3.4 

Junior cup. French. Z.F.isfi 

unior school poetry book. Peterson. 

Z.4oe 18.3 
Just sixteen. Woolsey. Z.F.i6w i3 

just BO stories. Kipling. Z.F.iskfi 

Juvenile round table. Stories by the fore- 
most Catholic writers. 3 v. Z.F.13J i 
Kaler, James O. (James Otis.) Antoine of 
Oregon. Z.aob 34.10 

— Art the siege of Quebec. Z.F.ikS 

— Benjamin of Ohio. Z.3ob 344 

— Boston boys of 1775; or, when we be- 
sieged Boston. - Z.F.ik 16 

—The boys of Fort Schuyler. Z.F.ik t 

— The boys of 'g8. Z.aof 5.1 

— The boys of i?45 at the capture of Louis- 
bourg. Z.F.ik 4 

— Calvert of Maryland. Z.sob 34.6 

— The Charming Sally, privateer schooner 
of New York; a tale of 1765. Z.F.iks 

— Commodore Barney's young spies. 

Z.F.ik 35 

— Hannah of Kentucky. Z.sob 34.7 

— An island refuge. Z.F.ik 36 

— Left behind; or, ten days a newsboy. 

Z.F.Ik 10 

— The life savers; a story of the United 
States Life-saving Service. Z.F.ik 33 

— The light keepers. Z.F.ik 33 

— Mary of Plymouth. Z.aob 34.1 

— The Minute Boys of Boston. Z.F.ik 15 

— The Minute Boys of the Green Moun- 
tains. Z.F.tk 34 

— Mr. Stubb's brother; a sequel to Toby 
Tyler. Z.F.ik 6 

— On the Kentucky frontier. Z.F.ik 7 

— Peter of New Amsterdam. Z.3ob34.a 

— Richard of Jamestown. Z.3ob34.3 

— Ruth of Boston. Z.3ob344 

— Seth of Colorado. Z.3ob34.8 

— Stephen of Philadelphia, Z.3ob34.5 

— Tim and Tip. Z.F.ik g 

— Toby Tyler; or, ten weeks with a circus. 

Z.F.ik5 

— Under the Liberty Tree; a story of the 
"Boston Massacre." Z.F.ik 37 

— The wireless station at Silver Fox Farm. 

Z.F.ik 14 

— With Lafayette at Yorktown; a story of 
how two boys joined the Continental 
Army. Z.F.ik 21 

— With Preble at Tripoli; a story of "Old 
ironsides" and the Tripolitan War. 

Z.F.ik ao 

— With the treasure-hunters. Z.F.ik ig 
Kathleen in Ireland. McDonald and Dal- 

RYMPLE. Z.iok 36.1 

Katrina. Deland. Z.F.6d5 

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Kesrv, Annie. A York and a Lancaster King, Charles. Between the lines. Z.F.Ski 

Rose. Z.F.3ki —Cadet days. Z.F.8k4 

Keary, Annie, and E. Keary. Little Wander- — From school to battle-field. Z.V.Sk.3 

lin and other fairy tales. Z.F.aka —To the front. Z.F.Ska 

KeeUr, Harriet. Our native trees and how King, Charles F. Advanced geography. 

to identify them. Z.ioot&i Z.10S6.3 

Keene, John H. The boy's own Ruide to ''' ' """ " '■ 

fiahing. Z.7ob 16.1 „ „ . 

Keffer, Charles A. Nature studies on the Book 1. Home and schaoi. Z.ioa 33.1 

farm. Z.IOOS 5.1 Book a. This continent of oura. 

Keller, A. G„ and A. L. Bishop. Commercial Bnoki 3-5. Land we live in. 

and industrial geography. Z.I0a4O.I Book 6. Northern Europe. 

Keller, Helen. Story of my life. Z.3ob ik a King Arthur. See Arthur, King. 

Kelley, Jay G. The boy mineral collectors. King Hombo. Du Chaillu. Z.iog 3.8 

Z.100C 6.1 King of the Golden River. Ruskin. 
Kell^, Lilla E. Three hundred things a. Z.F.i4r i 

bright girl can do. Z.sob 7.1 King Tom and the runaways. Pendlston. 

Kellogg, Alice M. Spring and summer Z.F.Sp a 

school celebrations. Z.4od3a.i King's jester. Dugan. Z.40da7.i 

KeUogg, Elijah. Elm Island series. King's story book. Gouue. Z.ioks.i 

Namely (in stqutnce): Kingsford, quarter. Barbour. Z.F.sb la 

Lion Ben of Elm Island. Z.F.4k6 Kingsley, Charles. Hereward the Wake, the 

Charlie Bell, the waif of Elm Island. last of the English. Z.F^gka 

Z.F.4k4 —The heroes; or, Greek fairy tales. 
The Ark of Elm Island. Z.F.4k3 Z.4oh63.i 

The boy farmers of Elm Island. — Madam How and Lady Why. Z.100C13.1 

Z.F.4k3 —The water-babies. Z.F.gk i 

The young ship-builders of Elm Kingsley, Nellie F. Four American ex- 
Island. Z.F.4k7 plorers: Captain Meriwether Lewis, 
The Hard-Scrabble of Elm Island. Captain William Clark, General John C 
Z.F.4k 5 Fremont, Dr. Elisha K. Kane. Z.3oa 55.3 

— Good old times. Z.F.4k i Kingsley, Rose G. Children of Westminster 
Kellogg, Eva M. C. Australia and' the Abbey. 2.30384.1 

islands of the sea. Z.iodi5.i Kingston, W. H. G. The boy's own book 

Kellogg, Frank E. The boy duck hunters. of boats. Z.70C i.i 

Z.F.sk I — The young llanero; a story of war and 

Kelly, Margaret D. The story of Sir Walter wild life in Venezuela. Z.F.i3k i 

Raleigh. Z.3ob7r3 Kipling, Rudyard. "Captains courageous"; 

Kelly, R. T. Burma. [Peeps at many lands.] a story of the Grand Banks. Z.F.i3k4 

Z.iofi.io — The jungle book. Z.F.isk I 

— .Ec-vot. [Peeps at many lands.] Z.iogs.i — Just so stories for little children. 

,, Janet H. Children of India. Z.F.i3k6 

Z.iofi.i8 —Puck of Pook's Hill. Z.F.i3k3 

— Children of Japan. Z.iofs.to — Rewards and fairies. Z.F.i3k5 

— Stories from the Crusades, Z.ishi.ao — The second jungle book, Z.F.iaka 
Kelficy, D. M. Deeds of daring by the Kirby, Mary, and Elizabeth Kirby. Aunt 

American soldier. Z.3oe la.i Martha's corner cupboard,- Z.soa ii.i 

Kenilwortb. Scott. Z.F.Qsg Kirk, Ellen O, Dorothy and her friends. 

Kenne^, Howard. The New World fairy Z.F.ioka 

book. Z.40h 43.1 — Dorothy Deane, Z.F.iok 1 

Kenniaton, Ida, Prince Rudolf's quest. Kirk, Florence. Old English games and 
Z.F.i7ki physical exercises. Z.^od^l 

Kent Hampden. Davis, Z.F.aod I Kirkland, Elizabeth S, Dora's housekeep- 

Kenyon, Walter J. First years in handicraft. 'ng, Z.F.isk i 

Z,50b lo.i — A short history of England, Z.iok 14.1 

Kerr, Alvah M. Young heroes of wire and —A short history of France, Z.ioh7.t3 

rail. ZJf.eki —Six little cooks. Z.F.isk a 

Kerr, Lady Amabel. Before Our Lord came; Kirkland, Winifred. The home-comers. 

an Old Testament history for young ehil- Z.F.ifiki 

dren, Z.qdb 13.1 Kling-Klang Gloria, Lableh. Z.iaoc afi.i 

— Lives of the saints for children, Z.goc 6.1 Klingensmith, Annie E. Household stories 
Keyes, Angela M. The five senses, for little readers. Z.F.aok i 

Z.4ob 16.1 Klondike picnic. Donnelly. Z.F.iod4 

— When mother lets us play. Z.7od 33.1 Klugh, Maria C. Tales from the far North. 
Keysor, Jennie E, Great artists, s v, Z.4oh74.i 

Z.iaoaii.i Knapp, Adelme. Story of the Philippraes. 
Kibun Daizin. Murai. Z.F.aSm i _ Z.iod &i 

Kidd, Dudley A. South Africa, Z.iog 7.1 Kmght errant. AMAoisoy Gaul. Z.4oh ia8.i 

Kidnapped. Stevenson, Z.F.iTsa Knight of liberty. Butterworth, Z.F.3n)4 

Kieffer, Harry M. Recollections of a Knight of the White Cross. Henty. 

drummer boy, Z.soe lo.i Z.F.ish 15 

Kiltartan wonder book. Gregory. Z.4obgi.t Knightly legends of Wales. Lanier. 

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Knights of the Golden Spur. Holland, 

Z.F.34g I 
Knights of the Round Table. Frost. 

Z.joh go.9 
Knipe, Alden A. The last lap. Z.F.Tk i 

Knipe. Emilie B., and Alden A. Knlpe. The 

lucky sixpence. Z.F.7k a 

Knots, ties and splices. Burgess. Z.sob 3.1 
Knowies, James T. The legends of King 

Arthur and his Knights. Z.4oh37.6 

Knox, Thomas W. Bay travellers in 

Australasia. Z.iod ig.i 

— Boy travellers in Central Europe. 

Z.ioh 1.90 

— Boy travellers in Mexico. Z.iol 14-3 

— Boy travellers in Northern Europe. 

Z.ioh 1.6 

— Boy travellers in South America. 

Z.iol 14.1 

— Boy travellers in Southern Europe. 

Z.ioh I.S 

— Boy travellers in the far East; Ceylon 
and India. Z.iof i.aa 

— Boy travellers in the far East; Egypt and 
the Holy Land. Z.iogit.s 

— Boy travellers in the far East: Japan and 
China. Z.io{3.g 

— Boy travellers in the far East: Siam and 
Java. Z.iof 1.35 

— Boy travellers in the Levant. Z.togii.3 
~- Boy travellers in the Russian Empire. 

Z.ioh 4.S 

— Boy travellers on the Congo. Z.iog n.i 

— The life of Robert Fulton. 2.306^1 
Koch, Felix J, A little journey to Austria- 
Hungary. Z.iob 4.3 

— A little journey through the great South- 
west. Z.aop ig.i 

Kiinigskinder. Chafin. Z.F.15C i 

Kopje garrison. Fenn. Z.F.Sf a 

Korea. Carpenter. Asia. Z.iof i.ai 

— CouLsoN. Korea. Z.iof 3.13 

— Pike. Our little Korean cousin. Z.iof a.7 

— Redway. All around Asia. Z.iof 1.16 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of 
other lands. Z.ioa34.i 

— Smith. Life in Asia. Z.iof i^ 

— Stark. Strange peoples. Z.ioa 19.1 
Kristy's queer Christmas. Miller. 

Z.F.35m I 
Kroeker, Kate F. Germany. Z.toa 9.9 

Ktontf Mary H. Alice's visit to the Ha- 
waiian Islands. Z.iod la.i 

— Two girls in China. Z.iof a.6 
Krylov, Ivan A. Krilof and his fables. 

Z.40h as.i 
Kupfer, Grace H. Lives and stories worth 
remembering. Z.3oa 36,1 

— ■ Stories of long ago in a new dress. 

Z4oh 37.1 
La BedolUfire, Smile de. The story of a cat. 

Z.F.iob I 
Labler W. Kling-Klang Gloria. Z.iaoc a&i 
Laboulaye, &. R. L. Fairy book. Z.F.sls 

— Last fairy tales. Z.F.3I i 
Lads and lassies of other days. Price. 

Z.aob 14.1 
Lady Green-Satin. Martineau des Chesnbz. 

Z.F.3iin I 

Lady Hollyhock and her friends. Walker. 

Zjods-i 

Lathr Jane. Jahisom. Z.F.aj i 

Latfy of the Lake. Scott. Z^oe 43.1 



Lafayette, Morris <U. Barstow. The 
colonists and the Revolution. Z.aoa 45.3 

— Brooks. The true story of Lafayette. 

Z.3ob 3I I 

— BuTTEEVt'oRTH. Kflight of liberty. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.3M> 4 

— Farmer. The life of Lafayette. Z.sobala 

— Hale. Boys' heroes. Z.3oa8i.i 

— SouTHWOHTH. Builders of our country. 
Book 2. Z.3ob i6.i.a 

La Fontaine, Jean de. Select fables. 

Z.40C94.1 



The wonderful adventures of Nils. 

2.F.S1 1 
I<amb, Charles. Adventures of Ulysses. 

Z.4oh 40.1 

Lamb, Charles, and Mary Lamb. Mrs. 

Leicester's school. Z.F.^i 

— Tales from Shakespeare. Z.40C 14.34 
La Motte Fouqui, F. H. C. Sintram and his ' 

companions. Z.40C 33.1 

— Undme. and other tales. Z.F.asl i 
Lamplighter. Cummins. Z.F.aSc i 
Lance and his friends. Bearne. Z.F^ffi) I 
Lance of Kanana. French. Z.F^f I 
Lances of Lynwood. Yonge. Z.F.iy 8 
Land of fire. Mavne Reid. Z.F.4r5 
Land of pluck. Dodge. Z.F.i^ii 3 
I<and of song. 3 v. Shute. Z,4oe6a.i 
Land of the cliff-dwellers. Chapin. 

Z.aop 34.1 
Land of the long night. Du Chaillo. 

Z.ioh 4.14 
Land of the Pharaohs. Manning. Z.iog 15.1 
Land we live in. Price. Z.aop 36.1 

Landmarks of British history. Dale. 

Z.I ok ig.1 

Landseer, Sir Edwia Bacon. Pictures that 

every child should know. Z.iaoa3.i 

— Bolton. Famous European artists. 

Z.3oa 3.15 

— George. Little journey to England. 

Z.iokii.3 

— HoRNE and ScoBEY. Stories of great 
artists. Z,i3oa5.i 

— HuKLL. Landseer, Z.i3oa 8.1 
Lane, Martha A. L., editor. Industries of 

to-day. Z.5oa8.i 

— Northern Europe. Z.ioh 1.4 

— Strange lands near home. Z.iol 7.1 

— Triumphs of science. Z.iooa4.i 

— Under sunny skies. Z.iofa6.5 
Lane, Martha A. L., and Mabel Hill, editors. 

American history in literature. Z.aoa 38.1 
Lane, Martha A. L., and Margaret Lane, 
editors. All the year round. Vol, 4. 

Z.iooB 16.14 

Lang, Andrew. The story of Joan of Arc. 

Z.30b 3j 3 

Lang, Andrew, editor. The animal story 

book. Z.100I 30.3 

— The blue fairy book. ZJP^^ 

— The blue fairy tale readers: 

Cinderella. Z.i3ob i.a 

History of Whitfington, Z.i3ob 1.3 

Jack the Giant-killer. Z.i3ob I.4 

Little Red Riding Hood. Z.isob I.5 
Princess 00 the glass hill. Z.isob 1.6 
Sleeping Beauty. Z. 130b 1.7 

— The brown fairy book, ' 



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Z.F.fi3 

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Lang, Andrew, editor. (Continued.) 

— The crimson fairy book. Z.F.3I6 

— The green fairy book. 

— The grey fairy book. 

— The nursery rhyme book. Z.130E 

— The olive fairy book. Z.F.3I 

— The orange fairy book. Z.I^sl 10 

— The pink fairy book. Z.F.3I7 

— The red book of animal stories. Z.iool 30.1 

— The red fairy book. Z.F^al 5 

— The red true story book. Z.isa lo.i 

— The snow man and other stories. Z.F.3I 14 

— The true story book. Z.isa 10.3 

— The violet fairy book. Z.Fjl la 

— The yellow fairy book. Z.F-alS 
Lang, Jeanie. The story of General Gordon. 

Z.3ob ig I 
Lang, John. Story of Captain Cook. 

Z.3ob IOC a 

Lang, Leonora B. The all sorts of stories 

book. Z.IS3II.3 

— The book of princes and princesses. 

Z.i5aii.i 

— The book of romance, Z.F.^la 

— The book of saints and heroes. Z.3oa ag.s 

— The red book of heroes. Z.spaag.i 

— The red romance book. ' Z.F,^ 1 
Lange, Dietrich. On the trail of the Sioux. 

Z.F.igl I 

Lanier, Sidney, editor. The boy's Froissart. 

Z.ioh 7.8 

— The boy's King Arthur. Z^ob 37.14 

— The boy's Percy. Z.4oeit,a 

— Knightly legends of Wales; or, the boy's 
Mabinogion. Z.4oh ^i 

Lansing, Marion F. Barbarian and noble. 
Z.i5a 17.1 

— Life in the greenwood. Z.4oh4i.i 

— Page, esquire and knight. Z.40b4i.9 

— Patriots and tyrants. Z.ija 17.3 
Lansing, Marion F., compiler. Fairy tales. 

Z.F.6I I 

Iiarcom, Lucy. A New England girlhood. 

Z.3ob il 4 

Larcom, Lucy. Addison. Lucy Larcom, 

life, letters and diary. Z^b 1I3 

Lamed, Josephus N. A primer of "fbt and 

wrong. Z.8oa 5.I 

La Salle, Robert C. Abbott. Adventures 

of the Chevalier de La Salle and his 

companions. Z.3ob iil i 

— Baldwin. Discovery of the old North- 
west. Z.aob 4.1 

— Catherwood. Heroes of the Middle West. 

Z.aom 6.3 

— DiUKE. Making of the great West. 

Z.aom 6.7 

— FiSKE. Discovery of America, Z.aob 31.1.3 

— GiLUAN. Tales of the pathfinders. 

Z.aob 39.3 

— GoRBY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.aoa 14-3 

— — Stories of American explorers. 

Z.3oa 1 4. 1 

— GitiFFis. Romance of discovery. Z.iob 8.1 

— HusTED. Stories of Indian chieftans. 

Z.aog 37.3 

— McMuRRY. Pioneers of the Mississippi 
valley. Z.3ob 15.3 

~ MowBY. First steps in the history of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— Pahkman. La Salle and the discovery of 
the great West. . Z.aob 3a3 



La SalU, Robert C. (Continued.) 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. [Young 

folks' library.] Z.40C 31.3.0 

Laselle, Mary A. Dramatizations of school 

classics. Z.4od 33.1 

Lass of the silver sword. Du Bois. Z.F.34d a 
Lassie of the Isles. Thoupsoh. Z.F.6t3 
Last days of Pompeii. Bulwsr-Lytton. 

Z.F.38b I 
Last fairy tales. Laboulaye. Z.F.d i 

Last lap. Knipe. Z.F.7k i 

Last of the barons. Bulwer-Lvtton. 

Z.F.aSb 3 
Last of the flatboals. Eggleston. Z.F.7e8 
Last of the Mohicans. Cooper. Z.FiIca 
Last of the Feterkins. Hale. Z.F4h 3 

Last words. Ewing. Z.F.iie ii 

Later ca.ve men. Dopp. Z.iood t.3 

Laughter and tears. Brunowe. Z.F.3ib i 
Laureled leaders. Phillips. Z.30B 54.1 

Laurie, Andr^, pseud. See Grousset, Paschal. 
Laut, Agnes C. Story of the trapper. 

Z.3om6.3 
Lawler, Thomas B. The story of Columbus 

and Magellan. Z.3ob 13.1 

Lawrence, Mary S. Old time Mawaiians 

and their work. Z.iod 33.1 

Lay of the last minstrel. Scott. Z.4oe43.a 
Lays of ancient Rome. Macaulav. Z.40C38.1 
Leaders of men. Hagfer. Z.40C ai.a.ig 

Leamy, Edmund. The golden spears and 

other fairy tales. Z.4oh 6i.a 



Feiiimore. 
Lee, Albert. Track athletics in detail. 

Z.7ob 15.1 
Lee, Robert Edward. Hasper. Leaders of 

men. Z.40C 3i.3.ig 

— Hill. On the trail of Grant and Lee. 

Z.30a 37.1 

— Mowry. First steps in the histo^ of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— SouTHWORTH. Buildcrs of our country. 

Book 2. Z.30b 16.1.3 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. Prose. 

Z.40bl3.3 

Lee, Van Phou. When I was a boy in 

China. Z.iof 3.11 

Lefivre, Felicite. The cock, the mouse and 

the little red hen. Z.isob 16.I 

Left behind Kaler. Z^.ikio 

Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Irving. Z.P.^ i 

Legends. Baldwin. Fifty famous stones. 

Z.i5a3.i 

— Beahhe. Melor of the Silver Hand, and 
other stories. Z.F.48bS 

— Brown. The book of saints and friendly 
beasts. Z.3oa 79.J 

— BuLFiNCH. Legends of Charlemagne. 

Z.4oh&3 

— Crommelin. Famous legends. Z.4oh 16.1 

— Darton. a wonder book of old romance, 

Z^ofa 11.1 

— Herbertson. Heroic legends. Z^ohaa.! 

— Mabie. Legends that every child should 
know. Z^ob 38.3 

— NoYES. Saints of Italy. Z.3oa88.i 

— Pauline Elizabeth . . . , Queen of Rott- 
mania. (Carmen Sylva.) Leeends of 
river and mountains, Z^oh 104.1 

— I'ratt. Legends of the Red Children. 

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Legends. (Continued.) 

— ScuDDER. Book of legends. Z.4oh 53.1 

— Skahan. a book of famous myths and 
legends. Z.40C ai.3.5 

— Tappan. Stories of legendary heroes. 

Z^oc74 
Legends from river and mountain. Pauline 
Elizabeth . . . , Queen of Rottmania. 

Z.4oh 1 04. 1 
Legends of Charlemagne. Buifinch. 

Z.4oh8.3 
LcEcnds of our little brothers. Gask. 

Z.4oh 114.1 
LeightotL Robert. Olaf the Glorious; a his- 
torical story of the viking age. Z.F.7I 9 

— The pilots of Pomona; a story of the 
Orkney Islands. Z.F.jl i 

— The wreck of the Golden Fleece; the 

story of a North Sea tisher-boy. Z.F.?! 3 
Leith, Mary C. J. Iceland. [Peeps at many 

lands.] Z.ioha.3 

Lem. Bbooes. Z.F.igb 3 

Leonard, Mary F. The Pleasant Street 

partnership. Z.F.atl i 

— The spectacle man. Z.P.ail a 
Leopard of Lancianus. Egan. Z.F.3e S 
Le Row, Caroline B., compiler. Pieces for 

every occasion. Z.4od33.i 

Lessons for junior citizens. Hjll. Z.aok^.i 
Letters from a cat. Jackson. Z.F.3J 3 

Lewis, Angelo J. (Professor Hoffmann.) 



- Parlo: 



Z.70S 5.1 

tnd evenmg party en- 

Z.7od 1 7. 1 

Lewis and Clarke expedition. Brooks. First 
across the continent. Z.3DP40.1 

— Drake. Making of the great West. 

Z.aom 6.6 

— Greely. Men of achievement; explorers. 

Z.3oa ai.s 

— Johnston. Famous scouts. 2.30835.1 

— KiNGSLEV. Four American explorers. 

Z.3oa S5.a 

— LiGHTON. Lewis and Clarke. Z.3ob 7I i 

— McMuRR\^ Pioneers of the Rocky Moun- 
tains. Z.aob 15,3 

— MusicK. Stories of Missouri. Z.aom 6.9 

— Roosevelt. Stories of the great West. 

Z.aop 15.1 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.aoa 34.1 

— Wright. Children's stories of American 
progress. Z.aoa 36.1 

Leyden. Motley. Siege of Leyden. 

Z.ioh 3.7 
Licky and his gang. Mason. Z.F.ssm r 

Liddle, William, and Mrs. Liddle. Sweden. 
(Peeps at many lands.] Z.[Ob8.7 

Lite at West Point. Hancock. Z.aohg.i 

Life boat, Ballantvne. Z.F.id a 

Life in Asia. Suite. Z.iofi.S 

Life in ponds and streams. Furneaux. 

Z.tool56.i 
Life in the greenwood. Lansing. Z.4oh4i.i 
Life of a bear. Z.iool ia.i 

Life of a butterfly. Scudder. Z.ioomg.a 
Life of an elephant. Z.iool 33.3 

Life of the ancient Greeks. Z.ijhs.ig 

Life savers. Kaleb. Z.F.ik aa 

Life story of a tiger. Ferrvmah. Z.iool 6.1 
Light Horse Harry's legion. Tomlinson. 
Z.F.ist 13 



Light keepers. Kaleb. Z.F.ik a3 

Light princess. Macmnald, Z.F.iami 

Ligbton, William R. Lewis and Clarke. 

Z.3ob 7I I 

Lillie, Lucy C. The household of Glen 

Holly. Z.F.8I4 

— Nan. Z.F.8I3 

— Rolf House, Z.F.81 5 

— The story of music : ' 



Lincoln, Abraham. Andrews. The perfect 
tribute. [Fiction.] Z.3ob3li3 

— Baldwin. Abraham Lincoln. Z^b 3I 8 
Four great Americans. Z730a5.i 

— Bolton, Poor boys who became famous. 

Z.3oa 3-8 

— Brooks, E. S. Historic Americans. 

Z.3oa S.a 

The true story of Abraham Lincoln, 

Z.3ob 3I 9 

— Brooks, Noah, Abraham Lincoln and the 
downfall of American slavery. Z.3ob3li 

Men of achievement: statesmen. 

Z.3oa 30.3 

— Channinc, First lessons in United States 
history. Z.3oa 6.4 

— Coffin. Abraham Lincoln, Z.3ob 3I 10 

— Eggleston. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.aoa 7.a 

— GoRDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.aoa 14-3 

— Greene. A Lincoln conscript. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.M I 

— GuERBEB. Story of the Great Republic. 

Z.aoa ig.i 

— Lodge and Roosevelt. Hero tales. 

Z.aoa 17.1 

— MooREs. The life of Abraham Lincoln. 

Z.30b3l6 

— Morgan. Abraham Lincoln: The boy and 
man. Z.3ob 3I 4 

— NicoLAY. The boys' life of Abraham 
Lincoln. Z.3ob 3I a 

— Putnam. Children's life of Lincoln. 

Z.3ob 3! 3 

— ScHAUFFLER, Compiler. Lincoln's birthday. 

Z.4ob 4.5 

— SiNOELAR. Lincoln Day entertainments. 

Z.4od 31.3 

— SouTHWORTH. BuildcTS of our country. 

Book 2. Z.3ob i6.i.a 

Lincoln, Jeanie G. irfarjorie's quest. 

Z.F.10I I 
Lindsay, C. H. Forbes-. Daniel Boone, 

backwoodsman. ZAoh ib 1 

Linn, W. A, Rob and his gun, Z.F.aal i 
Lion Ben of Elm Island. Kellocc. Z.F.4k6 
Lion of St. Mark. Henty. Z.F.ijhia 

Lion of the North. Hentv. Z.F.i5h4i 

Lionel Lincoln. Cooper. Z.F.Sc 8 

Lipoincott, Sara J. (Grace Greenwood.) 

Bonnie Scotland. Z.iokag.a 

— Merrie England. Z.iokag.i 

— Stories from famous ballads. Edited by 
Caroline Burnite. Z.40C4.1 

Lisbeth Longfrock. Aanrud. Z.F.is i 

Lishman, John, A drill book for elementary 

schools. Z.6oag.i 

Listening child. Thacher. Z4oe sg.i 

Litchfield, Mary E, The nine worlds; 

stories from Norse mythology. Z.4oh 106.1 
Literature. CoUeclions. Mabie. Essays that 

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Literature. CoUeclions. (Continued.) Little gardens for boys and girla. Higgihs. 

— Norton. The heart of oak books. 7 v. Z.jod7.i 

Z.130C 9.1 Little Girl Blue. Gates. Z.F.ag 3 

— ScuDOER. Children's books a collection Little girl from back East. Roberts. 

of the best and most famous stories and Z.P.sr I 

poems in the English language. Z.F.Gbs Little girt of long ago. White. Z.F.aowa 

— Stevenson and Stevenson, Days and Little Goody Two Shoes. Edited by Charles 
deeds; prose for children's reading and Welsh. Z.F^gi 
speaking. Z.4ob la.a Little grey house. Tagoaht. Z.F.It 13 

— Tappah. The children's hour. 10 v. Little house under the hill. Mulholuuid. 

Z.40C7-I-IO Z.P.3im5 

— Whittiek. Child life in prose. Z.40C33.1 Little Jarvis. Seawell. Z.FA5 

— Young folks' library. Selections from the Little journey through the great Southwest, 
choicest literature of all lands, zi v. Kocu. Z.aop 19.1 

Z.40C ai.i Little journey to Austria-Hungary. Koca. 
Uterattire. History. Egan. An introduc- Z.iah4.a 

tion to English literature. Z.4oa8.i Little journey to England and Wales. 

^ Uatthews. Introduction to American George. Z.iok ii.i 

literature. Z.4oai3.i Little Journey to France and Switzerland. 

— Richardson. Familiar talks on English George. Z.iohjJt 
literature. Z.4oa3.i Little journey to Germany. George. 

— Wright. Children's stories in American Z.ioha.! 
literature. Z.3oa67.i Little journey to Mexico and Central 

^ — Children's stories in English literature. America. George. Z.iol j^ 

Z.3oa75.i Little journey to Norway and Sweden. 
Little Ann. Taylor. Z.4oe55.3 Randall. Z.iob&i 

Little Arthur's history of England. Call- Little journeys to Alaska and Canada. 
Z.iok36.i George. Z.30P3.1 

Cram. Little joum^s to Balkans, European Tur- 
Z.100I4.1 key and Greece. George. Z.iohs.i 

Z.gob ao.i Little journeys to China and Japan. George. 
Field, Z.iof a.3 

Z.F.3f 1 Little journeys to Hawaii and the Philip- 
Ltjtle brother to the bear. Long. Z.ioob 6,4 pines. George. Z.iod 10.3 

Little brother to the birds. Wheldon. Little journeys to Holland, Belgium and 
Z.3ob if a Denmark. George and Dean. Z.ioh3.3 

Little brothers of the air. Miller. Z.100P9.4 Little journeys to Russia and Austria- Hun- 
Little Colonel in Arizona. Johnston. gary. George. Z.ioh4.a 

Z.F.11J5 LitSe lace-maker. Taylor. Z.P.itta 

Little Colonel's Christmas vacation. John- Little lame prince. Craik. Z.F.6c t 

. STON. Z.F.iij 6 Little Lord Fauntleroy. Burnett. Z.F^ob 3 

Little Colonel's hero. Johnston. Z.F.11J4 Little master. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t ii 

Little Colonel's holidays. Johnston. Little men. Alcott. Z.P.sa? 

Z.P.11J3 "Little men" play. Gould. Z^odi3.i 

Little Colonel's house party. Johnston. Little Miss Boston. Cheever. Z.F.9C1 

Z.P.iijS Little Miss Oddity. Blanchard. Z.P.i7b6 

Little colonial dame. Sage. Z.P.4S i Little Miss Phoebe Gay. Brown. Z.F.43b3 

Little comrades. Waggahan. Z.P.IW6 Little Missy. Waggaman. Z.P.IW4 

Little cook book for a little girl. Burrell. Little Mr. Thimblefinger. Harris. Z.F.7b5 

Z^of 7.1 Little nature studies. Bubt. Z.130C 39.1 

Little Count of Normandy. Stein. Z.F.15B 3 Little people. Hooe. Z.ioom 6.1 

Little country girl. Woolsey. Z.F.ifiw 5 Little people of Asia. Miller. Z.iof 1.13 

LitUe Daffydowndilly. Hawthorne. Little plays. Dalkeith. Z.4od6.i 

Z40CI1.1 Little plays for little people. Noyes and 

Little daughter of liberty. Robinson. t-^^'. ^ ,■ , , c- Z^odso-I 

Z.P.i6r4 Little plays for little people. Soweeby, 

Little daughter of the Revolution. Sage. _ ._ „ „ „ ,. ^ ^-12^3+^ 

ZF4B3 Litfle Polly Prentiss, Gould. Z.P.iiks 

Uttle Dauphin. Hoffman. Z.siibVi LitUe prospector. Baylor. Z.F.9B1 

Little Dorrit. Dickens. Z.F.Sdg Little Puritan cavalier Robinson. Z.F.i6r i 

,.„, J , V 7v.^Z Lutle Puritan rebel. Robinson. Z.F.i6r3 

Little duke. YoNGE. ^~^^V Little Puritan's first Christmas. Robinson. 

Little fig-tree stones. Foote. Z.F.gf i Z.F.i6rs 

Little-folk lyrics. Sheruan. Z.4oe 54.1 Little Pussy Willow. Stowe. z!f!35s 3 

Little folks in feathers and fur. Miller. Little Red Riding Hood. Lang. Z.130V1.5 

Z.ioca3&3 Little savage. Marryat. Z.F.4m4 

Little folks of many lands. Chance. Little shepherd of Kingdom Come. Fox. 

Z.ioa 33.1 Z.F.i6f I 

Little folks of North America. Wade. Little shepherd of Provence. Stein. 

Z.a(qi 14.1 Z.P.i5« I 

Little folks' handy book. Beard. Z.70a3.4 Little Smoke. Stoddard. Z.F.33B7 

Little garden calendar. Paine. Z.sod s.i Little stories of France. Button. Z.isb 7.1 



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Idttle stories of Germany. Duttok. Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth, (Continued.) 

Z.ioh3,6 —Complete poetical works. 2^0034.3 

Little Susy stories. Prentiss. Z.F.iapa —The courtship of Miles Standish. 

Little travelers around the world. Coleman. Z.4oe 34.7 

Z.ioaa.1 — Evangeline. Z.4oe344 

Little Wanderlin and other fairy tales. — Paul Revere's ride. 2.40034.1 

Keary. Z.F.aks — The song of Hiawatha. 2.40(344 

Little women. Alcott. Z.F.58 8 Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. Bolton. 

"Little women" play. Gould. Z.4od 13.3 Famous American authors. 2.3083.1 

Lively adventures of Gavin Hamilton. Ska- — Beooks. Historic Americans. Z.3oaS.3 

WELL. 2.FJa6 — Cody. Four American poets. 2.30a 16.1 

Lives and stories worth remembering. — Matthews. . Introduction to American 

KuPFKR. 2.30a 3fi.i literature. 2.40813.1 

Lives of girls who became famous. Bolton. — Phillips. Laureled leaders. 2,30a 54.1 

2.3013.9 — Wright. Children's stories in American 

Lives of poor boys who became famous. literature. 2.30367.1 

Bolton. Z.30a 3.8 Longshore boys. Stoddard. 2.F.34S i 

Lives of the hunted. Seton. 2.100153.8 Looker, Edith C. Russia, the land of the 

Livingstone, David. Bolton. Famous Great White Czar. 2.ioh4.i 

voyagers and explorers. 2.3033.7 Lord, Mrs. Frewen. Tales from Canter- 

— Douglas. In Lionland. The story of bury Cathedral. Z.ioki3.i 
Livingstone and Stanley. 2.30b gli — Tales from St. Paul's Cathedral. 

— GoLDiNG. The story of David Living- 2.ioki3.3 
stone. Z.3ob 5I i — Tales from Westminster Abbey. 

— Hedin. From pole to pole. 2.ioa^i Z.iok 13.3 

— Jenks. Boy's book of explorations. Lords of the world. Church. Z.F.14C3 

Z.iob 10.1 Lorenzini, Carlo. (C. Collodi.) Beppo; or, 

— Livingstone and Stanley. The story of the little rose-colored monkey. Z.F.16I 3 
the opening up of the Dark Continent. — Pinocchio, the adventures of a marion- 
[Heroic lives.] Z.3oa83.i ette. Z.F.16I i 

— Stanley. How J found Livingstone. Loma Doooe. Blackmohe. Z.F,33b i 

Z.i^ 16.1 Lossing, Benson J. A school history of the 

— Thayer. Men who win. 2.30*65,1 United States. Z.8oa33.i 
Lob Lie-by-the-fire. Ewing. 2.F.iie3 — The story of the United States Navy for 
Lobo, Rag and Vixen. Seton. Z.iool 53.3 boys. 2.9ob 13.1 
Lockwood, Sara E. Lessons in English. — Two spies, Nathan Hale and John Andrf. 

Z^4oa 3.1 2.aoc 10.1 

Locomotives. See Railroads. Lost Christmas tree. Donnelly. . 2.F.iod 3 

Lodge, Henry Cabot, editor. Ballads and Lost in the jungle. Du Chaillu. 2.iob 3.3 

lyrics. 2.4oe 10.1 Lost Prince Almon. Pendleton. 2.F.8p I 

Lodge, Henry Cabot, and Theodore Roose- Lot Leslie's folks. Donnelly. Z.F.ioa i 

velt. Hero tales from American history. Lothrop, Harriet M. (Margaret Sidney.) 

2.aoa 17.1 Five little Pepper series. 

2.aog3.a Namely (in sequence): 

Bayliss. Five little Peppers and how they grew. 

2.3oa 3.1 Z.F.15I 6 

London, Jack. The cruise of the Dazzler. Five little Peppers midway. 2.F,i5l7 

Z.F.14I I Five little Peppers grown up. 2.F.15I 8 

London. Lovett. London pictures. Phronsie Pepper. 2.F.15I 5 

2.10k 47.1 The adventures of Joel Pepper. 

— Mitton. The children's book of London. 2.F,i5l4 

2.iok8.i —The gingham bag; the tale of an heir- 

London. [Peeps at great cities.] loom. Z.F.15I1 

2.10k 8.3 Lotus Blossom. Wade. Z.iof3.i5 

— Thorpe. The children's London. Longhead, Flora H. The abandoned claim. 

2.10k 33.1 Z.F.18I I 

LonesomcBt doll. Brown. 2.F.47b6 Louis XIV., King of France. Hassall. Louis 

Long, John D., editor. Famous battles by XIV., and the zenith of the French 

land and sea. [Young folks' library.] monarchy. 2.30b SI I 

Z.40C31.3 — HoFFUANN. Little Dauphin. 2.30b 4I1 

Long, William J. Beasts of the field. Louise, Queen of Prussia. Merz. Louise, 

2.100S6.1 queen of Prussia. Z.3ob61i 

— Little brother to the bear, 2.ioos 6.3 Lounsberry, Alice. The garden book for 

— School of the woods. Z.100S6.5 young people. Z.sods.i 

— Ways of wood folk. Z.ioas6.7 — The wild flower book for youiig people. 

— Wilderness ways. 2.ioo«6.3 , , ..,_,. . _. ^ioot30.i 
-Wood folk at school. 2,.oos6.6 J-fve-songs of childhood. FiEU.. 24^35.3 
Long ago. in Greece. C^pent.r. Z^U,.^ tej^rM^T^.i^^" Nature S^1?^e^ 
Long Knives. Eggleston. 2.F.7e7 2.40633.1 



Long trail. Garland. Z.F.igi —Poetry of the seasons. 240* 3: 

Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. The chil- Lovell, Isabel. Stories in stone from the 
dren'G hour and other poems. 240034.6 Roman Forum. Z.i5h 6.7 

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Lovett, Richard. Irish pictures drawn with 
pen and pencil. Z.iok 47.3 

— I-ondon pictures. Z.iok47.i 

— Norwegian pictures. Z.tobS.10 

— Pictures from Holland. Z.iohs-" 

— United States pictures. Z.aopaS.i 

— Welsh pictures. Z.iok47.3 
Lovey Mary. Rice. Z.F.9r3 
Lowell, James Russell. Complete poetical 

works. ^d°^ 3''* 

Lowell, James Russell. Bolton. Famous 

'American authors. Z.3oa3-i 

— Harris. American authors for young 
folks. Z.3oa a3.i 

— Matthews. Introduction to American 
literature. Z^oa 13.1 

— RiDEiNC. Boyhood of famous authors. 

Z.3oa Gi.i 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
literature. Z.30B 6j-i 

Loyal blue and royal scarlet, Taggabt. 

Z.F.it 4 
Loyal hearts and true. Ihe. Z.P.Sia 

Loyal little maid. Robinson. Z.F.i6r3 

Loyal little red-coat. Ide. Z.F.8i i 

Lucas, Edward Verrall. Anne's terrible 
good-nature. Z.F.17I i 

— The slowcoach. Z.F.17I3 
Lucas, Edward Verrall, compiler. Another 

book of verses for children. Z.40e 33.1 

— A book of verses for children. Z.4oe33.2 

— Forgotten tales of long ago. Z.4ac 3.3 

— Old fashioned tales. Z.40C3.1 
Lucia, Rose. Peter and Polly in summer. 

Z.F.2S1 1 

— Stories of American discoveries for little 
Americans. Z.aob 33.1 

Lucille. Roy. Z.F.iSr i 

Luck of Linden Chase. Lyne. Z.F.13I i 

Luck of the Dudley Grahams. Haines. 

Z.F.5b I 
Lucky sixpence. Knipe. Z.F.7k 3 

Lukin, James. Amongst machines. Z.50ce.4 

— The young mechanic. Z.50C 6.1 
Lullaby-Land. Field. Z.4oe 35.3 
Lulu's library. Alcott. Z.P.sa t6 
Lambeiing. See Trees, Forestry and Lum- 

Lummis, Charles F. A New Mexico David. 
Z.F.aol I 

— Pueblo Indian folk-stories. Z.4oh 105.1 

— Some strange corners of our country. 

Z.sop i&a 

— The Spanish pioneers. Z.3ob 13.1 

— Through the land of the Aztecs. 

Z.30p 1 6.3 

— A tramp across the continent. Z.aop 16.1 
Luther, Agnes V. Trading and exploring. 

[World at work series.] Z.ioa4.3 

Lyde, Lionel W. Man and his markets. 

Z.ioa 7.1 
Lyne, S. M. The luck of Linden Chase. 

Z.F.13I I 
Lyra heroica. Henley, Z.4oe 16.1 

Lyte, E. O. Advanced grammar and com- 
position. Z^oa I4-I 
Habie, H, W. Norse stories. Z^ohaS.e 
Habie, H. W,, editor. Essays that every 
child should know. Z.40C la.i 

— Fairy tales every child should know. 

Z.4oh 3S.1 

— Heroes every child should know. 

Z.4oh 38.4 



Mabie, H. W„ tditor. (Continued.) 

— Legends that every child .should know. 

Z^oh 38.3 

— Men who have risen, [Young folks' 
library.] Z.40C ai.2.17 

— Myths that every child should know. 

Z.40h 38.3 
Habie, H. W., and Kate Stephens, editors. 

Heroines that every child should know. 

Z.3oa 56.1 

Mabinogion. Knightly_ legends of Wales; 

or, The boy's Mabinogion, Edited by 

Lanier. Z.4ob 38.I 

Macaulay, James. Sea pictures. Z.ioonS,! 
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, Lord. Lays 

of ancient Rome; with Ivry and The 

Armada. Z.4oe 38.1 

McCarthy, Grace D. Flays from The 

wonderbook and Tanglewood tales. 

Z.4od44.i 
MacClintock, Samuel. The Philippines; a 

geographical reader. Z.iod 11. i 

MacDonald, Elizabeth R. Marjorie, our 

little Canadian cousin. Z.aop 41.1 

McDonald, Etta A. B., and Mary F. Blais- 

delL Boy Blue and his friends. Z.13OC 1.7 
McDonald, Etta A. B., and Julia Dal- 

rymple. Betty in Canada. Z.30p 33.1 

— Boris in Russia. Z.ioh4.5 

— Donald in Scotland. Z.iok37.a 

— Fritz in Germany. Z.10I13.8 

— Gerda in Sweden. Z.ioh8.6 

— Kathleen in Ireland. Z.ioh36.i 

— Hassan in Egypt. Z.iog 13.1 

— Manuel in Mexico. Z.iol 16.1 

— Marta in Holland, Z.iob3.ii 

— Rafael in Italy. Z.iob6J 

— Um6 San in Japan. Z.iof3.fi 
Macdonald, George. At the back of the 

North Wind. Z.F.I am 3 

~The light princess and other tales. 

Z.F.iam I 

— The princess and Curdle. Z.F.isms 

— The princess and the goblin. Z.F.i3m3 

— Ranald Bannerman's boyhood. Z.F.i3in4 
Macdonell, Amice, Historical plays for chil- 
dren. Z.4od34.i 

Macdonell, Anne. The Italian fairy book. 

Z.4oh 98.1 
Mac£, Jean, The history of a bit of bread. 

Z.iooa 5.1 

— Home fairy tales. Z.F.i3m i 
Mace, William H. A primary history. 

Stories of heroism, Z.aoasg.! 

Macgregor, Mary, Stories of three saints. 

Z.gob 33.1 

— The story of France. Z.ioh 7.19 
Machar, Agnes M. Stories of New France, 

Z.sop II. I 
Macbiaery. See Mechanics. 
M'llwraith, Jane N. A book about Shakes- 
peare. Z.30b 3B 3 
Mackail, John W. The little Bible. 

Z.pob 30.1 
Mackay, Constance D, The house of the 
heart and otlicr plays for children. 

Z.4od ig.1 

— Patriotic plays and pageants. Z.4odi9.3 

— The silver thread and other folk-plays. 

Z^odig-a 

Maclanrin, Richard C-, editor. The mechanic 

arts. [Vocations.] Z.40C sa.i.i 



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MacLean, John P. The mound builders. 

Macleod, Mary. A book of ballad stories. 
Z.40C 6.1 

— The book of King Arthur and his noble 
knights. Z.4oh 37.1 

— The Shakespeare story-book. Z.40C.14.4 

— Stories from the Faerie Queene. 

Z40C i5.a 
MacManus, Seumas. Donegal fairy stories. 
Z.F.QIII : 
ory of f"- 
_ .. _ _ Z.aoai 

— School history of the United States. 

Z,9oa i6.a 

McMuiry, Charles A. Pioneers of the 

Mississippi Valley. Z.aob 1 5.4 

— Pioneers of the Rocky Mountains and the 
West. Z.aob 15.3 

■ — Pioneers on land and sea. Z.aob 15.1 

• — Type studies from the geography of the 
United States. Z.aop 37.1 

Madam How and Lady Why. Kingslev. 

Z.iooc 13. 1 
Madcap set at St. Anne's. Brunowe. 

Z.P.aib4 

Madden, Eva A. The soldiers of the Duke. 

Z.F.9am I 

Magellan. Bolton. Famous voyagers and 

explorers. Z.3oa3.7 

— Dickson, From the old world to the new. 

Z.aob 32.a 

— GsiFPiS. Romance of discovery. Z.iobS.i 

— Hale. Stories of discovery. Z.iob g.a 

— Lawler. Columbus and Magellan. 

— McMuRKY. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 1 5. 1 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13. 1 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.aoa 34.1 

— TowLE. Magellan, or the first voyage 

around the world. Z.3ob 4m I 

Magic. Good. Magical experiments. 

Z.7of t.t 

— Lewis. Every boy's book of sport and 
pastime. Z.7oa5.i 

Hagic casements. Wiggin and Smith. 

Z.P,34W 9 
Hagic fish bone. Dickens. Z.F.8di4 

Magic forest. White. Z.F.aaw 1 

Magic nuts. Molesworth. Z.F.aom 10 

Magical experiments. Goon. Z.7of i.i 

Magill, Mary T. Stories from Virginia his- 
tory. Z.aoms.i 
Magna Cbarta stories. Oilman. Z.isa 7.1 
Magruder, Julia. Child-sketches from 
George Eliot. Z.F.Se i 
Mahaffy, John P. Greek pictures. Z.ishj.ii 
Mahan, Alfred T. Admiral Farragut. 

Z.3ob 3f I 
Maid ot Orleans. See Joaa of Arc. 
Maitland, Louise. Heroes of chivalry. 

Z.4ohii6.i 
Maitland Major and Minor. Tvbley. 

Z.F.igt3 

Major, Charles. The bears of Blue River. 

Z.F.Sm I 

Making of New England. Drake. Z.aoms^ 

Making of the American nation. Giluan. 

Z.aoa 13.1 



of the great West. Drake. Z.3om6.7 
Making of the Ohio Valley States. Drake. 
Z.som 4.4 
Making of Virginia and the middle colonies. 
Drake. Z.aom 5.3 

Making the nine. Dudley. Z.F.a6d i 

Malory, Sir Thomas. See Artbuz, King. 
Malvern. Dei-and. Z.F.Cd 3 

Han and his markets. Lyde. Z.ioa?.! 

Man without a country. Hale. Z.F.sh i 
Hanning, Samuel. American pictures. 

Z.aop a6.i 

— I^nd of the Pharaohs. Z.10E15.1 

— Swiss pictures. Z. ion 7.33 

— Those holy fields: Palestine. Z.iofi.ag 
Manning, Samuel, and S. G. Green. Eng- 
lish pictures. Z.iok46.i 

Mannix, Mary E, The fortunes of a little 
emigrant. Z.F.Iom a 

— The Haldeman children. Z.F.iomi 

— Pancho and Panchita. Z.F.ioms 

— Patron saints for Catholic youth. 

Z.goc 3.1 

— The tales Tim told us. Z.F.iom4 
Man-of-war life. Nordhopf. Z.aoh 17.1 
Mansfield, Blanche M. Gerard, our little 

Belgian cousin. Z.iohs.io 

— Our little Arabian cousin. Z.iofi.S 

— Our little Dutch cousin. Z.ioh3.3 

— Our little Hindu cousin. Z.iofi.2 
Manual training. See Carpentry; Handi- 

Manual training toys. Moobe. Z.ioa4.3 

Manuel in Mexico. McDonald and Dal- 

kvmple. Z.iol 16.1 

Maori and settler. Henty. Z.F.ijhas 

March on London. Henty. Z.F.ish 28 

Marching to victory. Coffin. Z.aoe 3.4 
Marco Polo, See Polo, M. 
Harden, Orison S. Architects of fate. 

Z.8oa3.i 

— Pushing to the front, Z.soa 86.1 

— Secret of achievement, Z.aoa 86.3 

— Stories from Hfe. Z.isaia.i 

— Success. Z.3oa 86.3 
Margaret Montfort. Richards. Z.F.iirio 
Hana, our little Cuban cousin. Wade, 

Z.10I 8.a 
Marjorie, our little Canadian cousin. Mac- 
Donald. Z.sop 41. 1 
Harjorie's doings. Paull. Z.F.igp 6 
Harjorie's play days. Paull. Z.F.igps 
Marjorie's quest. Lincoln. Z.F.iol i 
Mark Twain, pseud. See Clemens, Samuel L. 
Uarkfaam, Richard. A narrative history of 
King Philip's War. Z.aob 30.1 
Markwick, W. F.. and W. A. Smith. South 
American republics. Z.iol 19.I 
Harmion. Scott, Z.4oe 434 
Harr, S, Schoolgirls abroad. Z.ioh i.io 
Harryat, Frederick. The children of the 
New Forest. Z.F.4m i 

— The little savage. Z.F.4m4 

— Masterman Ready. Z.F.4m3 

— Settlers in Canada. Z.F.4m3 
Harshall, Carrie L, Two Wyoming girls 

and their homestead claim, Z.F.iGm i 
Harshall, Emma. A Roman maiden. 

Z.F.aSm i 

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Marshall, H. E. An island story. Z.iok si.i 

— Scotland's story: a chili's history of 
Scotland. Z.isk ai.i 

— Stories of Beowulf. Z.,4on las.i 

— Through Europe with Napoleon. 

Z.ioh 7.a6 

— Through Great Britain and Ireland with 
Cromwell. Z.iok 31.3 

Harta in Holland. McDonald and Dal- 

RYHPLE. Z.ioh3.ii 

Martin, George M. Abbie Ann. Z.F.i7m i 

— Emmy Lou, her book and heart. 

Z.F.t7m 3 
Martin, Martha E, The friendly stars. 

Z.ioob 7.a 
Martineau, Harriet. The Crofton boys. 

Z.F.i5m I 

— Feats on the fjord. Z.F.isms 

— The peasant and the prince. Z.F.isma 
Martineau des Chesnez, Elisabeth, Baronne. 

Lady Green-Satin and her maid Rosette. 

Z.F.3im I 

Marvin, Francis S., and others. Adventures 

of Odysseus. Z.40b30.i 

Maiy, MoLESwoRTH. Z.F.aDm 3 

Mary, Queen of Scots. Abbott, History of 

^ary, Queen of Scots. Z.sobsmi 

— Farmer. Girls' book of famous queens. 

Z^oa 17.3 

— GuERBER. Story of the English. Z.iok 7.1 

— Holland. Historic girlhoods. Z.3oa 14.1 

— Hunt. Prisoners of the Tower of Lon- 
don. Z.iok 1S.1 

— Hunter. Stories of famous children. 

Z.30a a&i 

— Marshall. Scotland's story. Z.iskai.i 

— Scott, The abbot. [Fiction.] Z.F.ga 1 

— Stories of the English. Z.iok 41. i 

— Wakren. Stories from English history. 

— YoNCE. Unknown to history. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.iy 9 

Maiy of Plymouth, Kaler. Z.aob 34-i 

Mary Salome, Mother. The life of our Lord, 

Z.gob 17.1 

Mary's garden and how it grew. Duncan. 

Z.50d l.I 

Mary'e meadow. Ewing. 3^' 



ton's scout, Z.F.3111 1 

Mason, Grace S. Licky and his eang. 

Z.F.35ni I 
Massacbusetts, 

See also New England; Filgriina and PuritdnB. 

— Austin, Standish of Standish. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.isai 

— Bacon. Historic pilgrimages in New 
England, Z.3om3.5 

— Brooks. Stories of the old Bay State. 

Z.3om 33 

— Dawes. Colonial Massachusetts. 

Z.aom 3.1 

— Drake. Around the Hub. Z.3om i.a 

— — Historic mansions and highways 
around Boston. Z.aom i.g 

Old landmarks and historic fields of 

Middlesex. Z.aomn 

On Plymouth rock. Z.3oma.3 

Watch fires of '76. Z.aoc4.i 

— Gbiffis. Pilgrims in their three homes. 

Z.aob 8.1 



Massacbusetts. (Continued.) 

— Hale. The story of Massachusetts. 

Z.3om 3.4 

— Hawthobne. True stories from history 
and biography. Z.3oa30.i 

— Kaler. Ruth of Boston. Z.3ob 34.4 

— Pratt. Stories of colonial children, 

, Z.iKibax.i 

— — Stories of Massachusetts. Z.aom a.7 

— Robinson, A little Puritan rebel. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.i6r3 

Massie, W. W., and C, R. Underhill. Wire- 
less telegraphy and telephony. Z.iook&I 
Masson, Rosaline O. Edinburgh, [Peeps 
at great cities.] Z.iok 35.1 

Master Frisky. Hawkes. Z.F.6h 1 

Master of the Strong Hearts. Brooks, 

Z.F.iSb 4 

Master Skylark. Bennett. Z.F.i3b 3 

MaBterman Ready. Marryat. Z.F.4m3 

Mathews, F, Schuyler. Familiar features 

of the roadside. Z.ioos [4.1 

— Familiar flowers of field and garden, 

Z. loot 8.1 

— Familiar trees and their leaves. Z.iootS.a 
Matka and Kotik. Jordan. Z.ioolsS-i 
Matthews, Brander, An introduction to the 

study of American literature. Z.^m 13,1 

— Tom Paulding. Z.F.sam i 
Matthews, Brander, compiler. Poems of 

American patriotism. Z.4oe 30.1 

Matthews, Harriet L,, and E, E. Rule, com- 
pilers. Memorial Day. Hymns, poems 
and patriotic selections, Z.4ob 13.1 

Maud, Constance. Wagner's heroes. 

Z.4oh 53.3 

— Wagner's heroines. Z.Aoh 53.1 
Maude, Sophie, John and Joan. Z.F.asm i 
Maule, Harry E. Boy's book of new inven- 
tions. Z.soa 33,1 

Mayer, Alfred G. Sea- shore life. Z.ioonii.i 
HaykeQ. Chase. Z.F.sgc i 

Meadowcroft, William H. A B C of elec- 
tricity. Z.iook 5.1 

— The boy's life of Edison. Z.3ob3e 1 
Mecbaaics. Adams. Harper's Machinery 

book for boys. Z.50C 4.1 

— Cochrane. Wonders of modem mechan- 
ism. Z.50C 13.1 

— Field. Story of the submarine. Z.soa 15.1 

— Hopkins, Home mechanics for amateurs. 

Z.50C 7.1 

— HowDEN. Boys' book of steamships. 

Z.5aC5.i 
Boys' book of locomotives. Z.50CS.3 

— Lane. Triumphs of science, Z.iooa4.i 

— Lukin. Amongst machines. Z.50C6.3 
Young mechanic. Z.50C6.1 

— Maclaurin. The mechanic arts. [Voca- 
tions,] Z.40C aa.i.i 

— Williams. How it works. Z.50a3i.3 
Meier, W, H. D. School and home gardens. 

zTsod I3.I 

Melor of the silver hand. Bearne. 

Z.F.4Sb 6 

Memorial Day. Baldwin. Harper's School 

speaker. Vol. i. Z.40b 5.1.1 

— Harrison. In storyland. Z4oh54.i 

— Le Row. Pieces for every occasion. 

Z4od 33.t 

— Matthews and Rule, Patriotic selec- 
tions. Z.40b 13.1 



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HeiDorial Dajr. (CoHtinued.) 

— Our holidays. Z.31M23.1 

— ScHAUFFLEK. Memorial day. Z^ob^^ 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. [Verse.] 

Z.4ob I3.I 

Days and deeds. [Prose.] Z.4ob la.a 

Hen of business. Stoddard. Z.3oa ig.a 

Men of iron. Pyle. Z.F.i5p8 

Mendelssobn-Bartboldy, Felix. Barnard. 

The tone masters. Z.^2.1 

— LiLLiE. Stories of music and musicians. 

Z.iaoc I.I 

— Tapper. First studies in music biog' 
raphy. Z.soa 74-i 

Merchant of Venice. Shakespeare. 

Z.40C 14.17 
Merck, Frederike, editor. Unser Liederbucb. 

Z.iaoc 8.1 

plays. 

Z.4od 11.1 

Merrie England. Lifpincott. Z.ioksQ.! 
Merry adventures of Robin Hood. Fvle. 

Z.F.I5P 6 
Merry animal tales. Bighau. Z.F.isbi 

Merrylips. Oix. Z.F.iida 

Merry-maker. Harris. ^-V^ ai.a.a 

Merryweathers, The. Richards. Z.P.iirS 
Merz, Heinrich. Louise, queen of Prussia. 

Z.3ob 61 1 

See also North America. 

— Baylor. Juan and Juanita. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a4b 1 

— Chamberlain. North America. Z.aop 35.1 

— CoE. Our American neighbors. Z.aop 35.1 

— Egcleston and Seelye. Montezuma and 
the Conquest of Mexico. Z.3ob 7in i 

— FisxE. Discovery of America. VoL 2. 
[Conquest of Mexico.] Z.aobsi.i.a 

.— George. A little journey to Mexico. 

Z.10I S-3 

— Henty. By right of conquest. [Fiction. 
Conquest of Mexico.] Z.F.t^4 

— Janvier. Aztec treasure house. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.18J I 

— Knox. Boy travellers in Mexico. 

Z.10I 14.3 

— LuuMis. Through the land of the Aztecs. 

Z.aop 16.3 

— McDonald and Dalrymple. Manuel in 
Mexico. Z.iol 16.1 

— MuNROE. White conquerors. [Fiction. 
Montezuma.] Z.F.a4m 18 

— Plumuer. Roy and Ray in Mexico. 

Z.10I 6.1 

— Starr. Strange peoples. Z.iosig.i 

— Wade. Little folks of North America. 

Z.aop 14. 1 
Meyer, Josephine A. The green C. A high 

school story. Z.P.sam i 

Micbelaagelo. Bacon. Pictures that every 

child should know. Z.iaoaa.i 

— Bolton. Famous European artists. 

Z.3oa 3.15 

— HoRNB and Scobby. Stones of great 
artists. Z.iaoas.i 

— Keysor. Great artists. Vol.3- 

Michell, Thomas. Russian pictures. 



Middle Ages. Brooks. Chivalric days. 

Z.i5a3.a 

— BuLFiNCH. Legends of Charlemagne. 

Z40b&3 

— Froissakt. Boy's Froissart. Z.iQh7.8 
Stories from Froissart. Z.iofa7.7 

— GuERBER. Legends of the Middle Ages. 

Z.401156.3 

— Haaren and Poland. Famous men of the 
Middle Ages. Z.isaS.i 

— Harding. The story of the Middle Ages. 

Z.i5a9.i 

— Lansing. Barbarian and noble. Z.ija 17.1 
Patriots and tyrants. Z. 15a 1 7-3 

— Pyle. Otto of the silver hand. [Fiction.] 

Z.I5P S 

^S., E. L. Belt and spur. Stories of the 

knights of the Middle Ages. Z.ish 1.4 

— Stein, Gabriel and the hour book. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.ISB a 

The little count of Normandy. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.15B3 

— Stockton. Story of Viteau. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.3aBfi 

— Stories of the Middle Ages retold from 
St. Nicholas. Z.i5h i.ta 

— Tappan. When knights w^ere bold. 

Z.IU 18.1 

— YoNGE. Dove in the eagle's nest. Z.i'.iy7 
Midahipman Bob. Dorsey. Z.F.iga a 
Midshipman Farra^L Babnes. Z.F.ab4 
Midshipman Paulding. Seawell. Z.F.^ 8 
Midshipman Stuart. Monroe. Z.F.a4inao 
Midsummer-night's dream. Shakesfeabe. 

Zmk 14.18 
MighelB, Philip V. Sunnyside Tad. 

Z.F.agma 
Mighty animals. Mix. Z.iood 5.1 

Mighty deep, The. Giberne. Z.ioan 3.1 

Miles Wallingford. Cooper. Z.F.Scio 

Millard, Columbus N. The wonderful house 

that Jack has. Z.6oa4.i 

Miller, Louise K. Children's gardens for 

home and school. Z.5od3.I 

Miller, Olive Thorne. The first book of 

birds. Z.ioop g^a 

— Four-handed folk. Z.ioob 36.1 
.— In nesting time. Z.IOOpg.5 

— Kristy's queer Christmas. Z.F.a5m i 

— Little brothers of the air. Z.ioop 9.4 

— Little folks in feathers and furs. 

Z.iool 36.3 

— Little people of Asia. Z.iof 1.14 

— Our home pets. Z.iool 36.3 

— The second book of birds. Bird families. 

Z.ioop 9.3 

— True bird stories. Z.ioop 9.1 
Miller, Sara. Under the Eagle's wing. 

Z.F.iSm I 
Millingen, Julius R. Turkey. [Peeps at 

many lands.] Z.iob 5.3 

MUly and Oily. Ward. Z.F.31W i 

Miaerals. Carpenter. How the world is 

housed. Z.soa a.3 

— Chase and Clow. Stories of industry. 

Vol. 1. Z.5oai9.i 

— Cochrane. Romance of industry and in- 

— Fairbanks. Stories of rocks and minerals. 

Z.100C4.1 

— Heilpbin. The earth and its story. 



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Mineitis. (Ctrntmued.) 

— Kelley. The boy mineral collectors. 

Z.IOOC6.I 

— RocHELEAU. Great American industries: 
minerals. Hook i. 2.50330.1 

Mining. Allen. Industrial studies. 

Z.aop I.I 

— Chase and Clow. Stories of industry. 

Vol. I. Z.5oa I3.I 

— Craig. Secrets of the hills. Z.iooc 10.1 

— Greene. Blind brother. [FictionJ 

Z.F.9ga 

— — Coal and the coal mines. Z.soa 17-1 

— Hentv. Facing death. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5h g 

— Kelley. The boy mineral collectors. 

Z.iooce.1 

— King. Picturesque geographical readers. 
Book 5- Z.ioa93.i 

— McMuRHY. Type studies from United 
States geography. Z.«>p37.i 

— MuNROE. Derrick Sterling. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.24ni 35 

— Rocheleau. Great Ar ' ■ ■ ■ - 



Vol. ] 

Hinute Boys of Boston. Kaler. Z.l'.ik 15 
Minute Boys of the Green Mountains. 
Kaler. Z.F.ik 34 

MischiefB Thanksgiving. Woolsev. 

Z.F.16W 4 
MisB Lochinvar. Tacgart. Z.F.itao 

Miss Lochinvar'a return. Tacgart. Z.F.it 17 
Hiss Muffet's Christmas party. Crothers. 
Z.F.33C I 
Mr. Chupes and Miss Jenny. Bignell. 

Z.ioop 3.1 
Mr. Rabbit at home. Harris. Z.F.7b a 

Hr. StubbB'a brother. Kaleb. Z.F.ik 6 

Mr. Wind and Madame Rain. Musset. 

Z.F.a7iD I 
Mrs. Leicester's school. Laub. Z.F.gl i 

Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch. Rice. 

Z.F.gr I 

Mitchell, Donald G. (Ik Marvel.) About 

old story-tellers. Z.3oa87.i 

Uitton, Geraldine E. The children's book 

of London. Z.iok 8.1 

— The children's book of stars. Z.ioobfi.i 

— The dog. Z.F.38mi 

— London. [Peeps at many landsj 

Z.iok 8.2 
Mix, Jennie I. Mighty animals. Z.iood 5.1 
Modem stories. Tafpan. Z.40C7.10 

Modem vikings. Bovesen. Z.F.i4b3 

Moffat, Alfred. Our old nursery rhymes. 
Z.iaoc 40.1 
Hoffett, Cleveland. Careers of danger and 

daring. Z.5oa 4.1 

Holesworth, Mary L, "Carrots"; just a little 

boy, and other stories. Z.F.aom a 

— The children of the Castle. Z.F.aom 7 

— Christmas-Tree Land. Z.F.aom 11 

— The cuckoo clock. Z.F.aomia 

— Four Winds Farm, Z.F.aom 6 

— The girls and I. Z.F.aom 8 
-■'Grandmother dear," and Two little waifs. 

Z.F.3om 4 

— The magic nuts. Z.F.aom 10 

— Mary, and My new home. Z.F.aom 3 

— The oriel window. Z.F.3omi3 

— Rosy and other stories. Z.F.aom 9 
Monarch, the big bear of Tallac. Seton. 

Z.I 00)53.4 



Monastery, The. Scott, Z.F.9B 15 

Honi, the goat boy, and other stories. 

Sfvbi. Z.F.34S a 

Monkey that would not kill. Druuuond. 

Z.F.3id I 
Monroe, William S., and Anna Bnckbee. 

Europe and its people. Z.ioh 1.13 

— Our country and its people. Z.aop 34.1 
Montana, the land of shining mountams. 

Judson. Z.aom 6.5 

Monteith, John. Familiar animals and their 
wild kindred. Z.iool 3g.3 

Monteith, John, and Caroline Monteith. 
Some useful animals and what they do 
for us. Z.iocd ag.i 

Montenegro. Trevor. Z.iohS.g 

Montezuma. Eggleston and Sbelye. Monte- 
zuma and the Conquest of Mexico. 

Z.sob 7m I 

— FisKE. Discovery of America. Vol. 2. 

Z.3ob3i.i.a 

-Lang. True story book. [Conquest of 

Montezuma's empire.] Z.i5a 10.3 

— MuNROE. White conquerors. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a4m 18 
Montgomery, David H. Beginner's Ameri- 
can history. Z.aoa ai.6 

— Leading facts of American history. 
Z.aoa ai.3 

_.iok 16.1 

— Leading facts of French history. 

Z.I oh 7.10 

— The student's American history. 

Z.3oa a.is 

Montgomery, David H„ editor. The two 

great retreats of history. [Retreat of the 

ten thousand and Napoleon's retreat from 

Moscow.] Z.ioh I.3I 

Montgomery, Lucy M. Anne of Avonlea. 
Z.F.igma 

— Anne of Green Gables. Z.F.igmi 

— The story girl. Z.F.igms 
Moons of Balbanca. Davis, Z.F.idi 
Moore, Annie A. Echoes from Mistland. 

Z.4oh 1 03. 1 
Moore, Harris W. Manual training toys 
tor the boy's workshop. Z.50C 13.1 

Moore, Herbert. Half-hours in Japan. 

Z.iof 3.30 

Moores, Charles W. The life of Abraham 

Lincoln. Z.3<^ ^ 6 

— The story of Christopher Columbus. 

Z.3ob 3c II 
Mopsa the fairy. Ingelow. Z.F.3>4 

Moral pirates. Alden. Z.F.te 3 

More Celtic fairy tales. Jacobs. Z.F.4i 5 
More English fairy tales. Jacobs. Z.F4J6 
More five o'clock stories. A Religious of 
the Society of the Holy Child Jesus. 

Z^ioci.i 
More good times at Hackmatack. Smith. 

Z.P.19S fi 
Morgan, Conwy L. Animal sketches. 

Z.iool 37.1 
Morgan, James. Abraham Lincoln. 

Z.3ob3l4 

— Theodore Roosevelt. Z.3^U'i 
Morgan, Mary E, H. How to dress a doll. 

Z^f3.I 

Morgan's men. Truh Z.F.i5t a 

Morley, Margaret W. Bee people. 

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Morley, Margaret W. (Conlinutd.) 

— Donkey John of the Toy Valley. 

Z.F.i4m I 

— Flowers and their friends. Z.ioot23^ 

— The insect folk. Z.ioomS.a 

— Little wanderers. Z.ioot33.i 

— Seed-babies. Z.ioot aa.3 

— A song of life. Z.ioola8.i 

— Wasps and their ways. Z.ioomS.! 
Uorocco. FiNHEMORE. Z.iog 6.1 
Morris, Charles. Heroes of the navy in 

America. Z.aoli 6.1 

— Historical tales. American. Z.aoaaa.s 

— Historical tales. English. Z.ioksS-l 

— Historical talcs. German. Z.ioha.ia 

— Historical talcs. Greek. Z.ishs.ia 

— Historical tales. Roman. Z.i5bS.ii 

— Historical tales. Russian. Z.ioh4.i3 

— Historical tales. Spain. Z.iohfi.ia 

— Home life in all lands. 3 v. Z.ioa&I 

— School history of the United States of 
America. Z.aoa 93,6 

Morris, Harrison S. Tales from Shakes* 

peare. Z.40C 14.35 

Morris, R. Anna. Washington, Lincoln, 

and the American flag. Z.3oa4o.i 

HorriBon, Mary J. W. Stories true and 

fancies new. Z.4oe39.3 

Morrison, Mary J. W., compiler. Songs and 

rhymes for the little ones. Z40«3g.i 

MoBCB, Annie J. Bible stories. Z.pobs.i 
Moaes, Belle. Lewis Carroll in Wonderland 

and at home. Z,3ob sd i 

— Louisa May Alcott, dreamer and worter. 

Z.3ob la 3 

Mosses from an Old Manse. Hawthorne. 

Z.F.iih2 

Mostly boys. Finn. Z.F.iafs 

Mother Carey's chickens. Wtggin. 

Z.P.34W 13 

Mother Goose. A book of nursery rhymes. 
Edited by Charles Welsh. Z.i3ob 10.1 

— Mother Goose's melodies. Edited by W. 
A. Wheeler. Z.isob 10.3 

— National nursery rhymes and nursery 
songs. Set to music by J, W. Elliott- 

Z.I30C 33.1 

— The nursery rhyme book. Edited by 
Andrew Lang. Z.isobijs 

Mother Goose primer. Wil.ev. Z.130C 37.1 

Mother Goose reader. Mickens and Robin- 
son. Z.taoc 40.1 

Mother Nature's children. Gould. 

Z.100S 13.1 

Motley, John Lothrop. Siege of Leyden. 
Z.ioh 3.7 

Motor boating for boys. Davis. Z.70C5.3 

Mott, S. M., and M. B. Datton. Fishing and 
hunting. Z.ioa 4.3 

Moaad'builders. Fiske. Discovery of 
America. Vol. i. Z.3ob3i.i.i 

— Foster. Pre-historic races. Z.iood^.i 

— Hazard and Dutton. Indians and pio- 
neers. 2.90g 14.1 

— HiGGiNsoN. Young folks' history of the 
United States. Z.3oai3.i 

— MacLean. The mound builders. Z.iood4.i 

— Our country: East. Z.aopao.i 

— Starr. American Indians. 2.10004.1 
Mountain divide. Spearman. Z.F.37SI 
Howry, William A. Elements of civil gov- 
ernment, local, state and national. 

Z.Zok 32.1 



Howry, William A., and A. M. Uowiy. 
American heroes and heroism. Z.soa 15.1 

— American inventions and inventors. 

Z.5oa 30.1 

— First steps in the history of our country. 

Z.3oa 1S.3 

— A history of the United States for schools. 

Z.3oa 15.4 
Mowry, William A. and Blanche S. Mowry. 

American pioneers. Z.soa 58.1 

Mozart, Bolton. Lives of poor boys who 

became famous. Z.3oa 3.S 

— Dole. Score of famous composers. 

Z.3oa 78.1 

— HoFFUANN. Mozart's youth. Z.30b 3m I 

— LiLLiE. Stories of music and musicians. 

Z.I30C 1.1 

— Tapper. First studies in music biography. 

Z.3oa 74.1 
HulhoUand, Clara. Dimpling's success. 

Z.F.9im 4 

— Little house under the hill. Z.F.3im 5 

— Naughty Miss Bunny. Z.P.3im6 

— Percy's revenge; a story for boys. 

Z.F.3im 3 
Mulholland, Rosa. See Gilbert, Rosa Mul- 

h oil and. Lady. 
Munroe, Kirk. At war with Pontiac. 

Z.F.34m I 

— The Belt of Seven Totems; a story of 
Massasoit. Z.F.s^tm 15 

— Cab and caboose; the story of a railroad 
boy. Z.F,34m 3 

— Campmates; a story of the plains. 

Z.F.34m 34 

— Canoemates; a story of the Florida Reef 
and Everglades. Z.F.34m 36 

— The coral ship; a story of the Florida 
Reef. Z.F.a^ 7 

— Derrick Sterling; a story of the mines. 

Z.F.34m 35 

— Dorymates; a tale of the fishing banks. 

Z.F.34m 13 

— The flamingo feather. Z.F.94m 11 

— "Forward, march !" A tale of the Spanish- 
American War. Z.F.34m ag 

— The fur seal's tooth; a story of Alaskan 
adventure. Z.F.34m 33 

— Golden days of '49; a tale of the Cali- 
fornia diggings. Z.F.s^m 13 

— Midshipman Stuart; or, the last cruise of 
the "Essex." Z.F.34mao 

— The Painted Desert; a story of northern 
Arizona. • Z.F.34m 19 

— Prince Dusty; a story of the oil regions. 

Z.F.34m 10 

— Raftmates; a story of the great river. 

Z.F.34m 38 

— The ready rangers. Z.F.34nig 

— Rick Dale; a story of the Northwest. 

Z.P.34ni 14 

— Snow-shoes and sledges. Z.F.34in 31 

Secjiid lo The fur sed's tooth. 

— A son of Satsuma; or, with Perry in 
Japan. Z,F.34in 16 

— Through swamp and glade; a tale of the 
Seminole War. Z.F.34mi7 

— Under orders; the story of a young re- 
porter. Z.F.34m 8 

— Under the Great Bear. Z.F.34m37 

— Wakulla; a slury of adventure in Florida. 

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Munroe, Kirk. (Continued.) 

— The white conquerors; a tale of Toltec 
and Aztec. Z.F.um iS 

— With Crockett and Bowie; or, fighting 

for the Lone-Star Flag. Z.F.aim 93 

Hunroe, Kirk, and M. H. Catherwood, 
editors. School and college days. [Young 
folks' library.] Z.40C ai.1.7 

Murai, Gensai. Kibun Daizin, or, from 
shark'boy to merchant prince. Z.P.sfitn I 

Hurray, Clara, compiler. Story book friends. 
Z.P.30111 1 

Music and Musicians. Bagnasp. The tone 
masters) a musical scries for young 
oeople. Z.3oa a.i 

— DOLE. A score of famous composers. 

Z.3oa 78.1 

— HuLLAK. A little history of music. 

Z.I30C46.I 

— LiLLiE. The story of music and musi- 
cians. Z.I30CI.I 

— Tapper. First studies in music biography. 

Z.3oa 74.1 
Husick, John R. Stories of Missouri. 

Z.aom 6.1 
Mnsset, Paul E. de. Mr. Wind and Madame 
Rain. Z.P.37m i 

My Apingi kingdom. Du Chaillu. 

Z.ios a.5 
My friend Jim. Doyle. Z.F.aSd i 

My new home, Molesworth. Z.F.aom 3 
Mysterious island. Verne. Z.F.tv 3 

Mytbs. 

See also AenesB; Beowulf; Fairy Talei; Homer j 
Indiana; Legends. 

— Baldwin. The horse fair. Z.4oh 3.3 

— Cooke. Nature myths and stories for 
little children. Z.4oh loi.i 

— FisKE. Myths and myth-makers. 

Z4ohioo.i 

— Gayley. Classic myths. Z.4ohgg.i 

— HoLBROOK. Book of nature myths. 

Z.4oh 55-4 

— Jacobs. Book of wonder voyages. 

Z.F.4J 1 

— Mabie. Myths that every child should 
know. Z.4oh 38.3 

— Price and Gilbert. Heroes of myth. 

Z.4ob33.i 

— SuAHAN. Myths and legends. Zmc 31.1.6 

— Tappan. Myths from many lands. 

Z.40C 7.a 
Mytbs. Greek and Roman. 

See also Aeneas; Homer. 

— Baldwin. Old Greek stories. Z^oh 3.6 
Story of the golden age. Z.4oh3.4 

— Buckley. Children of the dawn: old 
tales of Greece. Z.4ob3i.i 

— BuLFiNCH. Age of fable. Z.4ob8.i 

— Burt and Ragozin. Herakles and other 
heroes. Z.4oh 85-3 

— Carpenter. Long ago in Greece, 

Z.4oh9.i 

— Church. Stories from Livy. Z.j|ob 10.7 

— — Stories from the Greek tragedians. 

Z.4ob 10.9 
Stories of the Old World. Z.4oh 10.3 

— Cox. Tales of ancient Greece. Z.4Dh3i.i 

— Firth. Stories of old Greece. Z^oh 89.1 

— Francill<W. Gods and heroes. Z.4oh 23.1 

— Gayley. Classic myths in English litera- 
ture. Z.4oh gg.i 



Mytbs. Greek atid Roman. (Continued.) 

— Guerbek. Mytbs of Greece and Rome. 

Z^b56^ 

— Haaren and Poland. Famous men of 
Greece. Z.isb 5.6 

— Hall, Homeric stories for young read- 
ers. z4oh iB-i 

— Hawthorne. Tanglewood tales. Z^oh i6.a 
-The wonder-book. Z.40h ig.i 

— Hutchinson. The golden porcb. A book 
of Greek fairy tales. Z4oh 30.1 

— Hyde. Favorite Greek myths. Z.4oh93,t 

— KiNGSLEY. The heroes. Z^ob 63.3 

— Kupfer. Stories of long ago. Z.4ob 37.1 

— Lamb. Adventures of Ulysses. Z.4ok 40.1 

— Mabie. Myths that every child should 
know. Z^oh 38.3 

— NiEBUHB. Greek hero-stories. Z.4ofi47.i 

— Peabody. Old Greek folk-s- -' " 



— Shaw. Stories 

Z.4oh88.i 

— Stobs. Half a hundred hero tales of 
Ulysses and the men of old. Z^oh 78.1 

Mytbs. Norse. 

See also Nibelungenlied. 

— Bradish. Old Norse stories. Z.40I1 84.1 

— Brown. In the days of giants. Z.4ob 7.3 

— Bulfinch. Age of fable. Z.4ob8.a 

— Edmison. Stories from the Norseland. 

Z.4oh 67.1 

— Foster and Cummings. Asgard stories. 

Z.4oh 33.1 

— GuERBER. Myths of northern lands. 

Z.4ob 5&a 

— Haaren and Poland. Famous men of the 
Middle Ages. Z.i5a8.i 

— HoLBROOK. Northland heroes. Z^oh 55.3 

— Klugh. Tales from the far North. 

Z.4ob 74.1 

— Litchfield. The nine worlds. Z.'4ob 106.1 

— Mabie. Norse stories retold from the 
Ed das. Z.40b 38.5 

— ZiMMERN. Gods and heroes of the north. 

Z^ohsg.! 
Mytha of the Red Children. Wilson. 

Z.30g 3I.I 

Names. Swan. Girls' Christian names. 

Zooa 1 7.1 
Names that live in Catholic hearts. Sadlier. 



Z.3oa 73.1 
Z.F.8I3 



Nan. LiLLiE. 

Nancy Rutledpfe. Pyle. Z.F.1^3 

Nansen, Fridtjof. Bull. Fridtjof Nansen. 
Z.3ab tn I 
Napoleon I. Abbott. The history of Na- 
poleon Bonaparte. 2 v. Z.3ob 711 1 

— Farmer. Boys' book of famous rulers. 

Z.3oa 17.1 

— FoA. The boy life of Napoleon, after- 
ward Emperor of French. Z.3^7n3 

— Hale. Boys' heroes. Z.30S81.1 

— Macgrecor. The story of France. 

Z.ioh 7.19 

— Marshall, Through Europe with Na- 
poleon. Z.iob 7.36 

— Wheeler. The boys' Napoleon. 

Z.3ob 7n 3 

Nat the naturalist. Fenn. Z.F.8f4 

Nathalie's chum. Ray. Z.F.7rs 

National nursery rhymes set to music. 

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Wmture. Studies of Outdoor Life. 

Stc ilu Auinula; Birdi; Flewen and RuiM; 

— Bamfobd. Up and down. the brooks. 

Z.iooma.! 

— Beakd. CuHoub homes and their tenants. 

Z.iool 44.1 

— Brown. Stories of childhood and nature. 

Z.ioos I.I 

— BuRBOUGHs. Birds and bees. Z.ioos 4.1 
Songs of nature. Z^ae6.i 

— Burt. Little nature studies for little 
people. From the essays of John Bur- 
roughs. Z.130C ag.1 

— Cook. Along four-footed trails. 

Z.100I I4-I 

— Dabwin. What Mr. Darwin saw in his 
voyage round the world in the ship 
"Beagle." Z.iool 43,1 

— Gibson. Eye spy. Z.ioos 5.1 
Sharp eyes. Z.ioos 5.3 

— Gouu). Mother Nature's children. 

Z.iool 43.1 

— Hook. Little people, and their homes in 
meadows, woods and water. Z.ioom 6.1 

— Ingessoli. Country cousins. Z.iool 16.1 

— Keffek. Nature studies on the farm. 

Z.IO08 3.I 

— Long. Beasts of the field. Z.10086.1 

-Ways of wood folk. Z.ioos 6.7 

Wilderness ways. Z.ioosG.a 

Wood folk at school. Z.iooa6.6 

— Mathews. Familiar features of the road- 
side. Z.IOOS I4-I 

— MoBLEY. A song of life. Z.iool aB.i 

— Shabf. The fall of the year. Z.iooa la.i 
-Spring of the year. Z.ioos ia.3 



Sprii 

Wini 



-Thomas. Nature study in the poets. 

Z^oe 56.1 
Nature in verse. Lovejov. Z.4oe33.i 

SatUT» myths. Cooke. Nature myths. 

Z4oh 101.1 

— HOLBROOK. Book of nature myths. 

Z^oh 55.4 
Round the year m myth and song. 

Z.4oh 55.1 
Natnre studies on the farm. Kepfer. 

Naughty Miss Bunny. Mulholland. 

Z.F.9iin 6 
Naval life. Storits. Allen. Navy blue. 

Z.F.7a I 

— Barnbs. Commodore Bainbridge. 

Z.P.ab 5 
— — Midshipman Farragut. ZJ'.3b4 
With the flag in the channel. Z.F.aba 

— Beach. An Annapolis first classman. 

Z.F.3gb 4 

An Annapolis Plebe Z.P.agb i 

An Annapolis second classman. 

Z.F.3gb 3 



— Clabk. Boy life in the United States 
Navy. Z.F.17C I 

Joe Bently, naval cadet. Z.F.i7ca 

— Dbysdale. Qidet Standish of the St. 
Louis. Z.F.a3d 3 

— Fkothinghaic Running the gantlet. 

Z.F.3af I 

— Hbnvibson. Afloat with the flag. 

Z.F.i3h I 
6 



/faval life. Stories. (ConltHued.} 

— HoBSON. Buck Jones at Annapolis. 

Z.F.a5h I 
In line of duty. Z.F.s^a 

— Huntington. His majesty's sloop Dia- 

mond Rock. Z.F.3ob i 

— Kaleb. With Preble at Tripoli. 

Z.F.ik3o 

— MuNBOE Midshipman Stuart. Z.F.ajia ao 

— Seawell. Decatur and Somers. Z.F.Ss? 

Little Jarvis. Z.F.8S5 

Midshipman Paulding. Z.F.888 

Paul Jones. Z.F.Saa 

Quarterdeck and fok'sle. Z.F.8B4 

— Stoddasd. The Noank's log. Z.Vj^ 11 
Navy. United States. See United States. 

Army and Navy. 
Nai^ blue. Allen. Z.F.ya i 

Neally, Amy, compiUr. Christmas poems. 

Z.4oe33.i 
Nehc. SiviTER. Z.F.13S I 

Neighbor Jackwood. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t7 
Neighbors with claws and hoofs. Johonnot. 
Z.iool 34.1 
NeUy's silver mine. Jackson. Z.F.3J3 

Nelson, Horatio. Frothincham. Sea fighters. 
Z.iob 7.1 

— Habpeb. Leaders of men. Z.40C 31.3.19 

— Russell. Horatio Nelson, and the naval 
supremacy of England. Z.30b6ni 

— Sellar. The story of Nelson. Z.3ob fin 3 

— Warren. Stories from English history. 

Z.iokao.! 

Nelson's Yankee boy, Costello. Z.F.39C 3 

Neptune's Isle and other plays for children. 
Chapman. Z.4od 35.3 

Nesbit, E., pseud. See Bland, Edith. 

Nesbitt, Frank. Magic whistle and other 
fairy tale plays. Z.40d37.I 

Nest oF girls. Tiulow. Z.F.gt I 

Netherlands. See Holland. 

New Baby world, A. DoOGE. Z.130C 13.1 

New boy, The. Pier. Z.F.17P3 

New boys at Ridingdale. Bearne. Z.F.48b 7 

New chronicles of Rebecca. Wiggin. 

Z.F.3^w 5 

New dialogues and plays for boys and girls. 
Gunnison. Z.4od 8.a 

New dialogues and plays for children. Gun- 
nison. Z.4od8.i 

New England. Albrich. Story of a bad 
boy, [Fiction.] Z.F.isa i 

— Bacon. Historic pilgrimages in New 
England. Z.aom 3.5 

— Bartlett. Forest castaways. [Fiction. 
Maine woods.] Z.F.iab i 

— Bricham. From trail to railway. 

— Brooks. Lem, a New England village 
boy. [Fiction.] Z.F.igba 

— Diaz. William Henry letters. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.3id I 

— Drake. The making of New England. 

Z.aom 3.3 

— EuERSON. The New England States. 

Z.aom 3.10 

— Hale. A New England boyhood. 

Z.3ab 3h i 

— Hale and Hale. A family flight around 
home. Z.3op 17.1 

— HoRNiBBOOK. Camp and trail. [Fiction. 
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Hew Eaglaad. (ConHnued.) 

— Humphrey. How New England was 
made. Z.aom 3.8 

— Jewett. Betty Leicester, [Fiction.] 

Z.F.16J 4 

— Kalek. Light keepers. [Fiction. Maine.] 

Z.F.ik33 

— Kipling. Captains courageous. [Fiction. 
Gloucester fishermen.] Z.F.i9k4 

— Labcom. a New England girlbood. 

Z.30)) il 4 

— Our country. Ea.st. Z.aop 30.1 

— Smith. Their canoe trip. [Fictionrj 

Z.F.I9B 7 

— Washeb. Being a boy. Z.F.4W 1 

— Whitney. A summer in Leslie Gold- 
thwaite's life. [Fiction.] Z.F.19W3 

New England boyhood. Hale. Z.sob sh i 
New England girlhood. Larcom. Z.3obil4 
New faces and old. Finn. Z.F.iaf^ 

New games and amusements. Nugent. 

Z.;od 3.1 
New Mexico David. Lummis. Z.F.aol i 

New pieces tha.t will take prizes. Black- 

Z4od5.i 



Nev York, City. Barr. Bow of orange 

ribbon. [Fiction.] Z.F.6b a 

Trinity bells. [Fiction.] Z.F.6b i 

— Bennett. Barnaby Lee. [Fiction. New 
Amsterdam.] Z.F.isb 1 

— Brooks. In Leisler's times. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.iSb 7 

— Hawthorne, H. New York Z.3oin4.7 

— IDE. (Rutb Ogden.) Loyal little red- 
coat. [Fiction!] Z.F.ffii 

— Kalbr. Peter of New Amsterdam. 

Z.sob ^9 

— Stoddard. Battle of New York. [Fiction. 

Draft riots, 1863.] Z.F.33B i 

— ToDB. The story of the City of New 
York. Z.3oin4.5 

— Ulmann. a landmark history of New 
York. Z.3om4.6 

New York, State. Brooks. The story of 
New York. Z.30in4.a 

— Hall. In the brave days of old. Z.F.ih i 

— Irving. Dolph Heyliger. Z.F.sia 

— Sage. A little Colonial dame. Z.F4S i 

— Williams. Stories from early New York 
history. Z.30in 4.1 

New Zealand. Carpenter. Australia. 

Z.iod 4.1 

— Henty. Maori and settler. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ish 33 

— KELLOct;. Australia and the islands of 
the sea. Z.iodis.i 

— Vaile. New Zealand. Z.iod 6.1 
Newbolt, Henry. Stories from Froissart. 

Z.ioh 7.7 
Newfoundland. Faibford. Z.aap 39.1 

Newman, John Henry, Cardinal. Callista; a 
sketch of the third century, Z.F.an i 

Nibelun genii ed. Baldwin. Story of Sieg- 
fried. Z.4oh 3.5 

— Burt. Story of the German Iliad. 

Z,4oh 85.1 

— Chapin. Story of the Rhinegold. 

Z.4oh 83.1 

— Church. Heroes of chivalry and ro- 
mance. Z.40b 10. 1 1 



Nibelungenlied. (Contitaui.) 

— Moore. Echoes from mistland. 

Z.40hi03.i 

— ScHutDT, The Nibelungs. Z^oli6.i 
Nicholas Nkkleby. Dickens. Z.FAla 
Nicolay, Helen. The boys' life of Abraham 

Lincoln. Z.3ob 3I 3 

— The boys' life of Ulysses S. Grant. 

Z.3ob 3K 3 
Niebuhr, Barthold. The Greek heroes. 

Z^47.i 

Nieritz, Carl G. The dumb boy of Fribonrg; 

or, the pilgrim and the dragon; a tale of 

the discovery of gunpowder. Z.P.ini 

Nightingale, Florence. Mabie. Heroines 

that every child should know. Z.30a56.I 

— Richards. Florence Nightingale. 

Z.3cA> sn I 
Nights with Uncle Remus. Harris. 

Z.F.7h6 
Nine little goslings. Woolsey. Z.F.ifiwg 
Nine worlds. Litchfield. Z.4ob 106.1 

Niver, Harmon B. Great names and nations. 

Z.i5a ig.1 

Vol. I. A first book in ancient tUdorr. 
Vol. 2. A first book in modern hlttoTj. 

Nixon, Lillian E. Fairy tales a child can 
read and act. Z.^£d40.i 

No heroes. Howabd. Z.F.97h i 

Noank'a log. Stoddabd. Z.F.33BI1 

Noel, Maurice. Buz; or, the life and ad- 
ventures of a honey bee. Z.ioom lo.i 
Nonsense books. Leab. Z.isob ^i 
Nora's mission. Finn. Z-P.-jti 
Norah, our little Irish cousin. Wade. 

Z.[ok54.i 
Nordhoft Charles. Man-of-war life. 

Z.30h 1 7. 1 



Norse myths. See Myths, Norse. 
Norse stories. Maeie. Z^oh 38.5 

Norseland tales. Bovesen. Z.F.i4bi 

Norsemen. Bovesen. Story of Norway. 

Z.ioh S.9 

— Dickson. From the Old World to the 
New. Z.30b 33.1 

— Dole. Book of adventure. Vol. 8. 

[Young folks' library.] Z.40C 31.33 

— Du Chaillu. Ivar the Viking. Z.F.isd t 

— FisKE. Discovery of America. Vol. I. 

Z.aob 31 .1.1 

— Gbiffis. Romance of discovery. Z.i«)S.i 

— Higginson. Young folks* book of Ameri- 
can explorers. Z.3ob 37.1 

— Lang. Red true story book. Z.ija 10.1 
True story book. Z.i5aia.a 

— Lansing. Barbarian and noble. Z.isa 17.1 

— Leiguton. Olaf the Glorious. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.7I3 

— Luther. Trading and exploring. Z.ioa 4.9 

— Morris. Historical tales; American. 
Vol. I. Z.3oaaa.3 

— Pbatt. America's story for America's 
children. Z,aobai.3 

— True. Iron star. [Fiction.] Z.F.ijt i 
North Pacific. Allen. Z.F.7a3 
Northern Europt. [Companion series.] 

Z.ioh 14 

Northland heroes. Holbbook. Z4oh55.a 

Norton, Charles Eliot, editor. The heart of 

oak books. 6 v. Z.130C3.1 



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Norton, Charles Eliot, edilor. (Conlmtitd.) 

— The story teller. [Young folks' library.] 

Z.40C 3 1.3. 1 
Norway. See ScandiaMvia. 
Not qnite eighteen. Woolsby, Z.P.iewS 
No^es, Ella. Saints of Italy. Z.3oaas.i 
Noyes, Marion I., and Blanche H. Ray. 
Little plays for little people. Z.4od 30.1 
Nfimberz stove. De la Ram£. Z.F.sds 
Nugent, Meredith. New games and amuse- 
ments. Z.7od a.i 
Nursery comedies. Beix. Z^od 1.3 
Nnmery rhyme book. Lang. Z.i3ob iS 
Nursery rhymes. See Uother Goose. 
Nut-brown Joan. Tagcakt. Z.F.it 14 
Oakleigh. Dkuind. Z.P.6d 1 
Ober, Frederick A. The storied West 
Indies. Z.iol 13.1 
Obstinate maid. An. Fkiedrich-Fubduch. 
Z.F.i3f I 
Occapatloas. 

See (Ik) IndoatHeij Mechanics. 

— DowNBs. Fire fighters and their pets. 

Z.5oa 6.1 

— Hill. Fighting a fire. Z^soa 5.1 

— Kales. Life-savers. Z.F.ik 33 

— MopTat. Careers of danger and daring. 

Z.5oa 4.1 

— YoUNC folks' library. Vocations. 

Z.4OC 33.1 

Octaa, 

S« aXu> Se> Storiet; Seuhore life; Ships 4nd 

— GiBERNB. The mighty deep. Z.100D3.1 

— Ihgebsoll. Book of the ocean. Z.ioon 7.3 

— Macaulay. Sea pictures. Z.ioon 8.1 

— Shales. Sea and land. Z.toogG.i 
Odmeos, the hero of Ithaca. Bubt and 

Ragozim. Z.4oh 85.3 

Ogden, Ruth, pseud. See Ide, Frances O. 
O'Grady, Standish. Story of Ireland. 

Z.tok 48.1 
Ohio. Black. The story of Ohio. Z.3Dm4-3 

— Drake. The making of the Ohio valley 
states, 1660-183?. Z.3om4.4 

— UcMuEutY. Pioneers of the Mississippi 
valley. Z.sob 15.3 

— Thoupsok. Brave heart Elizabeth: a story 
of the Ohio frontier. [Fiction.] Z.P.fits 
Olaf the Glorious. Leichtok. Z.F.7I 3 

Old ballads in prose. Tappah. Z.4ob 15.1 
Old Christmas. Ibvihg. Zjoc t6.3 

Old Curiosity Shop. Dickens. Z.P.8d 3 

Old English singing games. Gomub. 

Z.I30C ig.9 
Old-foflhioned fairy book. Hakrison. 

Z.F.3h I 
Old-fashioned girl. Alcott. Z.P.ja 10 

Old-fashioned rhymes and poems. Road- 
knight. Z^oe sa.i 
Old-faahioned stories and poems. Tappan. 
Z.40C7>6 
Old-fashioned tales. Lucas. Z^ac3.i 
Old Greek folk-stories told anew. Prabodv. 
Z4oh 57.1 
Old Greek stories. Baldwin. Z4oh3.6 
Old Hungarian fairy tales- Obczy and Bab- 
stow. Z.F.IP I 
Old Indian legends. Zitkala-Sa. Z.aog 17.1 
Old King Cole. Gibbon. Z.F.i3g i 
Old landmarks and historic personages of 
Boston. Drake. Z.aotn i.io 



Old landmarks of Middlesex. Drake. 

Z.3om3.4 
Old Mother West Wind. BtntCESS. Z.P.sob i 
Old Norse stories. Bbadish. Z^h84.i 

Old, old fairy tales. Valentine. Z.P.4V i 
Old Hyerson. Camp. Z.P.3C3 

Old songs and rounds. Widob. Z.iaoc 43.1 
Old songs for young Americans. Fobsyth- 
Z.iaoc 31. 1 
Old stories of the East. Baldwin. Z.gob a,i 
Old time Hawaiians. Lawrence. Z.iod 33.1 
Old times in the colonies. Cofpin. Z.aob 3.1 
Olive fairy book. Lang. Z.F.alii 

Oliver Twist. Dickens. Z.F.Sd 10 

D'Halley, Sallie M. An heir of dreams. 

Z.F.3m I 
Omond, G. W. T. Belgium. Z.ioh 3.9 

On guard! True. Z.F.ijts 

On Plymouth rock. Drake. Z.aoma.a 

On the hills. Stasb. Z.iooc i3.i 

On the Irrawaddy. Hehtv. Z.P.i5h48 

On the Kentucky frontier. Kaler. Z.F.ik 7 
On the old frontier. Stoddard. Z.F.33a ta 
On the plantation. Harris. Z.F.7b4 

On the school team. Eari. Z.F.iei 

On the trail of Grant and Lee. Hill. 

Z;3oa 37-1 
On the trail of the Sioux. Lahge. Z.F.i^ i 
On the trail of Washington. Hill. 

Z.3ob iw 8 
On track and diamond. Z.F.Sh i 

On your mark! Barbour. Z.F.5b6 

Once-npOD-a-time stories. Hix. Z.130C 33.1 
One-footed-fairy, and other stories. Brown. 

Z.F.45b I 
One hundred and fifty gymnastic games. 

Z.Goa I I.I 
One hundred famous Americans. Smith. 

Z.3oa 33.1 
One I knew the best of all. Burnett. 

Z.3ob sb I 
One of the 28th. Henty. Z.F.isb 53 

One thousand poems for children. Ihgpen. 

Z.4oe38.i 
Onken, W, H.. and J, B. Baker. Harper's 
How to understand electrical work. 

Z.iook g.i 
Only child. White. Z.F.30W4 

Open Sesamel Bellamy and Goodwin. 

Z.4ob 6.1 

Operas, Stories from. Babbeb. Wagner 

opera stories. Z.4oh 63.1 

— Chapih. Konigskinder. Z.P.15C I 

Story of the Rhinegold. Z.4ob83.i 

Wonder tales from Wagner. Z.4oh83.a 

— Frost. Waguer story book. Z.F.iofi 

— Maud. Wagner's heroes. Z.4oh5a.3 
Wagner's heroines. Z4oh53.I 

— Wette. Haensel and Gretel. Z.4ob 43,1 
Orange and green. Henty. Z.P.ish 34 
Orange fairy book. Lahg. Z.P.3I 10 
Orcutt girls- Vaile. Z.F.3V3 
Orczy, Emmuska, BSrino, and Montagu 

Barstow. Old Hungarian fairy tales. 
Z.F.IP I 
Oregon trail- Pareman. Z.30p7.t 

Organist of Laumant and other stories. 

Beabne. Z.F.48b 4 

Oriel window. Molesworth. Z.P.aom 13 
Original poems and others. Taylor. 

Z.4oe 55.1 
O'Sbea, Michael V., editor. Six nursery 

classics- Z.i3ab5.i 



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O'Sheridan, Mary G. Gaelic folk Ules. 

Z^h 77.1 
Ods, James, fiteud. See Kaler, J. O. 
Otto of the Silver Hand. Pvi-a. Z.F.15P5 
Ouida, i>seud. See De la Ram£e, Louise. 
Our agreeable friends. APLALa Z.10DI3.1 
Our American neighbors. CoE. Z.aop 35.1 
Our army for our boys. Z.3oh4.i 

Our children's songs. Z^oe46.i 

Our country and its people. Momkoe and 

BUCKBEE. Z.30P34.I 

Our country: East. Z.90P30.1 

Our country: West. Z.aopaQ.! 

Our country's flag. Holden. Z.3oa4a,i 

Our country's story. Tappak. Z.3oa34.9 
Our domestic animals. Voogt. Z.iooI 55.1 
Our first century. EcotESTON. Z.adbl.i 
Our government, local, state and national. 
Jaues. Z.aok ai.i 

Our holidays; theif meaning and sphit. 

Z.3oa33-i 
Our home pets. Milleb. Z.ioolse.a 

Our insect friends and toes. CaAGiH. 

Z.ioom 15. 1 
Our island saints. Stebdman. Z.90C lO.t 
Onr little African cousin. Wade. Z.iog lo.i 
Our little Alaskan cousin. Roulet. Z.ioc 5.1 
Our little Arabian cousin. Mansfield. 

Z.iof 1.5 



Our little Australian c 



Our little Dutch ( 



IS in. RouLET. 

Z.iod 30.1 
Wade. Z.iod7.9 
a. Headland. 

Z.iof3.5 
Mansfield. 



Our little German c 
Our little Hawaiian 
Our little Hindu co 



cousin. Wade. Z.iod?.! 
>usin. Mansfield. 

Z.iofi.a 
tn cousin. Roulet. 

Z.ioh a.4 
usin. Wade. Z.3og ao.i 
Wade. Z.ioh 6.3 
. Wade. Z.iof3.i4 
Wade. Z.iori.4 
Pike. Z.iof 3.7 
Shedd. Z.iof 1. 15 
iin. Wade. 

Z.iod 13.1 
Onr little Porto Rican cousin. Wade, 

Z.10I S.I 
Wade. Z.ioh 4.1 



Our little Hungaria 

Our little Indian col 
Our little Italian cou 
Our little Japanese c 
Our little Jewish cousin. 
Our little Korean cousin. 
Our little Persian cousin. 
Our little Philifxpine cou 



Our little Russian < 
Our little Spanish 
Our little Swedish 
Our mutual friend. 



Roulet. Z.toh6.4 

CoBuBN. Z.ioh 8.3 

Dickens. Z.F3d 6 



Our native trees and how to identify them. 
Keeles. Z.ioot 6.1 

Our old nursery rhymes. Moffat. 

Z.I30C 40.1 
Our own country. Suite. Z.sope.i 

Out with Garibaldi. Henty. Z.F.ish 13 

Outdoor handy book. Beabd. Z.job i.i 

Outlook story book for little people. 

Z.F.35W I 
Out-of-door book. Tappan. Z^oc 7-7 

Overall boys. Groves. Z.130C 15.4 

Oiaki, Yei T. The Japanese fairy book. 

Z>4oh50.i 

Pacitic coast scenic tour. Finck. Z.aop 33.1 

Packard, Winthrop. The young ice whalers. 

Z.F.5P t 



Page, Thomas Nelson. Among the carapa; 
or, young people's stories of the war. 

Z.F.iSp 5 

— A captured Santa Claus. Z.F.i^>3 

— Santa Claus's partner. Z.F.t^ 6 

— Tommy Trot's visit to Santa Claus. 

Z.F.18P I 

— Two little Confederates. Z.F.i8p4 

— Two prisoners. Z.F.iSp 3 
Page, esquire and knight. Lansing. 

Z.4oh4i.9 
Pame, Albert Bigelow. The Arkansas bear. 

— The Hollow Tree and Deep Woods' boot 

Z.F.7P3 

— The Hollow Tree snowed-in book. 

Z.F.7P 3 

— A little garden calendar. Z,5oa9.{ 
Paine, Ralph D. The dragon and the Cross. 

Z.F.6p4 

— The fugitive freshman. Z.FJ^ a 

— The head coach. Z.F.^ i 

— Sandy Sawyer, sophomore. Z.F.6p 3 
Painted Desert. Mukroe. Z.P.34m 19 
Paladin and Saracen. Hollway-Calthrop. 

Z^6hg6.i 
Palestine. Finnemore. The Holy Land. 

i Peeps at many lands.] Z.iof 1.19 

KEEN. Pictures from Bible lands. 

Z.iof t.38 

— Hale and Hale Family flight over 
Egypt and Syria. Z.iog fti 

— Knox. Boy travellers in Egypt and the 
Holy Land. Z.iog ii.a 

— Manning. Those holy fields. Z.icrt ijg 

— Redway. All around Asia. Z.iof i.iS 

— SiviTER. Nehe. [Fiction. Time of Nehe- 
miah.] Z.F.iaa t 

— Smith. Life in Asia. Z.irfi.S 

— Wade. Our little Jewish cousin. 

Z.iof 1. 14 

— Wallace. Ben-Hur ; a tale of the Christ. 

Z.F.5W 1 
Palgrave, Francis T., compiler. The chil- 
dren's treasury of lyrical poetry. 

Z.4oe36.i 

Palmer, George H., tratulator. The 

Odyssey of Homer. Z.^h^i 

Panama and the canal. Hall and Chester. 

Z.10I 17.1 

Parables for school and home. Gauuson. 

ZA>ai3.i 

Parables from Nature. Catty. Z.Soa 19.1 

Parent's assistant. Edceworth. Z.F.ije i 

Paret, Anna, editor. Harper's Handy book 

for girls, Z.7oa7.i 

Paris, Williams. Z.ioh 7.14 

Parker, Horatio W., editor. Music and 

drama. [Vocations.] Z.40C 3a.i.g 

Parkman, Francis. The boys' Parkman. 

Edited by Louise Hasbrouck. Z.3ob 30.8 

— Conspiracy of Pontiac. Z.9ob 90.5 

— The Jesuits in North America. Z.aob9a.4 

— La Salle and the discovery of the great 
West. Z.9ob30.3 

— Montcalm and Wolfe. 2 v. Z.9ob 90.9 

— Oregon trail. Z.3op 7.1 

— Pioneers of France in the New WorW. 

Z.90b30.3 

Parsons, Frances T. (Mrs. Dana.) Accord- 
ing to season. Z.ioot 14.5 
Z.iooti4.4 



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Parsons, Frances T. (Continued.) 

— • How to know the wild flowers. Z.ioot 14.3 

— Plants and their children. Z.ioot 14.1 
Parsons, Henry G. Children's gardens for 

pleasure, health, and education. Z.jod 8.1 
Parton, James. Captains of industry. 

Z.3oa89.i 
Pathfinder. Coofeb. Z.F.8C 5 

Patmore, Coventry, cotitpiUr. The children's 

garland from the best poets. Z.4oe ag.i 
Patricia. Jacobs. Z.F.i4«» 

Patriotic plays and pageants. Maceav. 

Z.4ad 19.3 
Patriotism. Carrihgton. Beacon lights of 

patriotism. Z.4oa 7.3 

— Gaylev and Flaherty. Poetry of the 
people. ^-4°!^ 'S-* 

— GuiTTEAU. Preparing for citizenship. 

Z.aok 39. t 

— Hale. Man without a country. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.3h ( 

— Hyde, School speaker and reader. 

Z.40b 3.1 

— JuDSON. Young American. Z.aokio.! 

— Lane and Hill. American history in 
literature. Z.aoa ^i 

— Matthews, Poems of American patriot- 
ism. Z.4oe 30.1 

— MoBUS. Washington, Lincoln and the 
American flag. Z.aoa 40.1 

— Rbinsch. Young citizen's reader. 

Z.3ok i6.a 

— Stevenson, Poems of American history. 

Z.40«63.i 
Patriots and tyrants. Lansing. Z.ija 17.3 
Patron saints for Catholic youth. Manhix. 

Zj)oca.i 
Patten, Helen P. The year's festivals. 

Z.4ob g.1 
Patterson, Alice J. The spinner family. 
[Spiders.] Z,.oom7.i 

Patn Fairfield Wells. Z.F.iow 4 

Paul, Nancy M., compiler. True stories from 
French history. Z.ioh7.9 

Paul and Persis. Brush. Z.F.a6b i 

Paul Jones. Seaweli. Z.F.Ssa 

Paul Reverc's ride. Longfellow. Z^oe 34.1 
Pauline Archer. Sablier, Z.F.iai 



from river and mountain. Z^oh 104.1 
Paoll, Minnie £. Marjorie's doings. 

Z.F.I9P 6 

— Marjorie's play days. Z.P.igp 5 

— Ruby series. 

Namely (m sequence) : 

Ruby and Ruthy. Z.F.igp i 

Ruby's ups and downs. Z.F.igp a 

Ruby at school. Z.F.igp} 

Ruby's vacation. Z.F.igp 4 

Pawnee hero stories and folk-tales, Geik- 

nbll. Z.aog 15,1 

Pasting the price, and other tales. Beakne. 

Z.F.48b 5 

Peabody, Josephine Preston. Old Greek 

folk-9tories. Zm\i 57.1 

Peake, Helena, The boy's book of Heroes. 

Z.3oa 1B.1 

Pearl in darlc waters. Taylor. Z.F.iit i 

Pearl of Orr's Island. Stowe. Z.F.338 3 

Pearaon, Arthur C, editor. Pictured puzzles 

and word play. Z.7od 35.1 



Pearaon, T. G, Stories of bird life. 

Peary, Josephine D. Children of the Arctic. 
Z.toc 4.4 

— The snow baby. Z.10C4.1 
Peary, Robert E., and Marie A- Peary. 

Snowland folk. Z.10C4.3 

Peasant and the prince. Marti nbau. 

Z.P.t5m 3 
Peep-in-the-World. Cbichton. Z.F.sac i 
Peggy. Richards. Z.P.iirs 

Pendleton, Louis. King Tom and the run- 
aways. Z.F.8p9 

— Lost Prince Almon. Z.F.Sp i 
Pona, William. Butterworth. Wampum 

belt. [Fiction.] Z.F.38b 5 

— EcGLESTON. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.aoa 7.a 

Stories of great Americans for little 

Americans. Z.aoa 7.1 

— GoRDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.3oa 14.S 

— Mace. A primary history. Z.aoa 3g.i 

— MowRY. American pioneers. Z.3oa 58.1 
First steps in the history of our coun- 
try. Z.aoa ts.a 

— Smith. One hundred famous Americans. 

Z.3oa».i 

— Stevenson. Child's guide to biogra^y. 

[American — Men of action.] Z.3oa34.3 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.aoa 34.1 

— Thomas. Elementary history of the 
United States. Z.aoa 46.1 

Pepper, John H. The boy's playbook of 

science. Z.iooaio.1 

Pepper and salt, Pyle. Z.F.15P 7 

Percy, Thomas, Bishop. The boy's Percy. 

Edited by Sidney Lanier. [British 

ballads,] Z^oeai.i 

Percy WyntL Finn. Z.F.i3f 7 

Percy's revenge, Mulholland. Z.P.aims 

Perfect tribute. Andrews. Z.3ob 3I 7 

Perkina, Lucy F. Dutch twins. Z.F.aop i 

— Japanese twins. Z.P.aopa 
Perkins, Lucy F., editor. Robin Hood, his 

deeds and adventures as recounted in the 

old English ballads. Z.4oe35.i 

Perrault, Charles. Tales of Mother Goose. 

Z.i3ob 15.1 

Perry, Florence P. A Japanese garland. 

Z.iof3.ia 
Perry, Frances M. Four American invent- 
ors. Z.30B 63.3 
Perry, Frances M., and Katherine Beebe. 
Four American pioneers. Z.3oa 63.1 
Perry, Nora. Another flock of girls. 

Z.F.10P a 

— A flock of girls and boys. Z.F.iop i 
Perry, Oliver Hazard. Barnes. Hero of 

Erie. Z.F.3b 3 

— Beebe. Four American naval heroes. 

Z.3oa 63.1 

— Morris. Heroes of our navy. Z.aoh6.i 

— SoLEV. Boys of 1812. Z.aoh ii.i 

— SouTHWORTH. Builders of our country. 
Book 2. Z.aob 16.1.3 

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Persia. Caspentek. Asia. Z.iof i.ai Physical geography. (ConHnutd.) 

— Church. Stories of the east from — Kingslev. Madam How aad Lady Why. 
Herodotus. Z.ish 1.15 Z.iooc 13.1 

Story of the Persian wat. Z.isbs.i? — Shalbh. Aspects of the earth. Z.iooc 7.3 

— Redway. Alt around Asia. Z.iofi.i6 Sea and land. Z.ioog&i 

— Shbdd. Our little Persian cousin. Story of our continent. Z.100C7.4 

Z.iof 1.15 — Tare. First book of physical geography. 

— Suite. Life in Asia. Z.iof 1.8 Z.ioogs.! 
Personally conducted. Stockton. Z.ioh 1.19 Physics. Bovs. Soap-bubbles and the ■ 
Peter aad Polly in summer. Lucia. Z.F.asl i forces which mould them. Z.ioof4.i 
Peter and Wendy. Bakeie. Z.F.4b i — Culler. The first book in physics. 
Peter of New Amsterdam. Kalbr. Z.aob 34.9 Z.ioof 3.1 
Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens. Barrie. — Holden. The sciences, Z.10083.1 

Z.4oh 73.1 — Hopkins. Experimental science. 

Z.F.4hi Z.ioof7.i 

or school — Russell Science at home Z.iooe 10.1 

poetry book. Z.4oe 18.3 — Trowbridce. Philip's experiments. 

— A senior school poetry book. Z.4oe 18.1 Z.ioof 6.1 
Petrovtia, our little Russian cousin. Wadb. — Wiluams. How it works. Z.soaai.a 

Z.ioh4.io Physiology and Hygiene. Buukie. How 
Peveril of the Peak. Scott. Z.F^ 13 to get strong and how to stay so. 
Phaeton Rogers. Johnson. Z.P.Sj 3 Z.&m i.a 

Phebe: her profession. Rav. Z.F.7r4 Sound bodies. Z.6oai.i 

Pbilippiae Islands. Cakpbntes. Australia, — Bbewster. A child's guide to living 
our colonies and other islands of the sea. things. Z.iooag.! 

Z.iod4.i —Brown. Health in home and town. 

— Chance. Little folks of many lands. Z.6oa 13.1 

Z.ioa33.i — Hutchinson. The child's day. Z.6oaJ3.i 

— George. Little journeys to Hawaii and — Jewett. The body and its defences. 
the Philippines. Z.iodiai Z.&ms^ 

— Jekks. Ba-long-long, the Igorot boy. Good health. Z.&M3.3 

Z.iodai.i Town and city. [Public hygiene.] 

— Knapp. Story of the Philippines. Z.eoa3.i 

Z.iod8.i — Mac! The history of a bit of bread. 

— MacClintock. The Philippines ; a geo- Z.iooa 5.1 
graphical reader. Z.iod it.i — Millard. The wonderful house that Jack 

— Schwartz. Five little strangers. Z.ioai&i has. Z.6oa4.i 

— Shaw. Big people and little people of — Richards. First lessons in food and diet 
other lands. Z.ioaa^-i Z.6oa3.i 

— ToLHAN and Habt. Around the world. — Stoweli. A healthy body, Z.6oas.i 

Z.ioa 3.34 Picciola. Saintihe. Z.F.n i 

— Wade. Our little Philippine cousin. Pickett's Gap. Greene. Z.F.ggs 

Z.iodi3.i Fickle and Pepper. Dobsev. Z.F.igds 

PhilllpB, Mary E. Laureled leaders for Pickwick Papers. Diceens. Z.F.Sd 13 

little folk, Z.3oa 54-1 Pictures from Greek life and story. Church. 

Phillips, Wendell. Brooks. Stories of the Z.ishs.^ 

old Bay State. Z.aom 3.3 Pictnies from Roman life and story. 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. [Prose.] Chubch. Z.i5l)6.3 

Z.4ob la.a Pictures that every child should Imow. 

— — Guide to biography. [Men of mind.] Bacon. Z.i3oaa.i 

Z.3oa34.i Picturesque geographical readers. King. 
Phoenix and the carpet. Bland. Z.F.44b i Z.ioa 99.1 

Photography. ■ Adams. Amateur photog- Pieces for every occasion. Lb Row. 

raphy. Z.iaob i.i Z^od 33.1 

— Blacbl Photography indoors and out Pier, Arthur S. Boys of St. Timothy's. 

Z.iaoba.i Z.F.iTpi 

— Chapuah. Bird studies with a camera. — Harding of St. Timothy's. Z.F.17P 3 

Z.I00P4.3 — Jester of St. Timothy's. Z.F,J7p4 

— Hall. Boy craftsman. Z.yoa 8.1 — The new boy. Z.F.i^p 3 

— Jenks. Photography for yonng people. Pierson, Helen W. History of the United 

Z^iaob 5.1 States in words of one syllable. Z.3oa ^i 

— Job. The blue goose chase. [Fiction.] Pig brother and other fables and stories. 

Z.F.17J1 Richards. Z.F.iirao 

PhroQBie Pepper. Lothrof. Z.F.isl 5 Pike, Henry L. M. Our little Korean cousin. 

Phyllis Browne. Shaw. Z.F.asss Z.iofs.? 

Physical geography. Dodge. A reader in — Vasco, our little Panama cousin. 

physical geography. Z.ioog4.i Z,iol3I.i 

— Fairbanks. Home geography. Z.ioa ii.i Pike, Zebulon M. The boy's story of Zebnlon 
Western United States. Z.3op4.3 M. Pike. Edited by M, G, HumphreyB. 

— Frvb. Brooks and brook basins. Z^bspi 

Z.IOOC 3.1 Kke and cutlass. Gibbs. Z.3obs.i 
First steps in geography. Z.iooc 3.1 Pilgrim from Ireland. Casnot. Z.F.$c i 



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Standish. Z.3ob is 

— Austin. Betty Alden. Z.F.igaa 

— —Standish of Standish. [FictionJ 

Z.F.iQa I 

— Bacon. Historic pilgrimages in New 
England. Z.aom 3.5 

— Blaisdell and Ball. Short stories from 
American history. Z.aoa 3.1 

— Bkooks. Stories of the old Bay State. 

Z.aom 3.3 

— Coffin. Old times in the colonies. 

Z.3ob 3.a 

— Colonial stories. Z.aobs.i 

— Dawes. Colonial Massachusetts. 

Z.aoin a. I 

— Dickson. From the old world to the new. 

Z.aob aa.3 

— Dix. Soldier RIgdale. [Fiction.] Z.F.iid i 

— Drake. Making of New England. 

Z.3ora3.3 
On Plymouth rock. Z.aom a.a 

— Egcleston. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.aoa 7.3 

— Gebson. History primer. Z.aoa 37.1 

— GoRDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.aoa 14.5 

— Griffis. The Pilgrims in their three 
homes, England, Holland, America. 

Z.3ob 8.1 

— GuERBER. Story of the thirteen colonies. 

Z.9ob a8.i 

— Hall. Boys of Scrooby. [Fiction.] 

Z>.ib 3 

— Hart. Colonial children. Z.aob lo.i 

— Hazard and Button. Indians and pio- 
neers. Z^og 14.1 

— JoHONNOT. Ten great events in history. 

Z.i5a aS.1 

— Kaler. Mar^ of Plymouth. Z.aob 34.1 

— Pratt. Stories of colonial children. 

Z.30b 31. 1 

— Pratt and Lovehinc. Stories of Massa- 
chusetts. Z.aom 3,7 

— PuupBREV. Stories of the Pilgrims. 

Z.3ob 3$.i 

— Robinson. Little Puritan cavalier. [Fic- 
tion.) Z.F.i6r I 

Little Puritan rebel. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i6ra 
Little Puritan's first Christmas. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.i6r 5 

— Schwartz. Five little strangers. 

Z.ioa 16.1 

— Smith. See Young Puritan series- 

— SouiHWORTH. Builders of our country. 
Book I. Z.3abi6.i.i 

— Stone and Fickett. Everyday life in the 
Colonies. Z.sob t&i 

— Tiffany. Pilgrims and Puritans. 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
history. Z.3ob 3&a 

PUot. Cooper. Z.F.8C3 

I^ots of Pomona. Leichton. Z.P.7I j 

Pinafore Palace. Wiggin and Suith. 

Z.4oc6g.3 
Pink fairy book. Lang. Z.P.3I 7 

Pinocchio in Africa. Cherubino. Z.F,3IC t 
Hnocchio's adventures. Lorenzihi. 

Z.F.16I I 



Piokee and her people. Jenness, Z.F.aoj i 
Pioneer lite. Abbott. Christopher Colum- 
bus. Z.sob 3C I 

— — David Crockett. Z.3obiici 

— Altsheler. Young trailers. [Kentucky. 

Fiction.] Z.F.Saa 

— Bass. Stories of pioneer life. Z.sob 37.1 

— Baylor. Little prospector. [Nevada. 
Fiction.] Z.F.gb i 

— Brooks. Boy settlers. [Kansas. Fiction.] 

Z.F.igb a 

— Cooper. The pioneers. [Fiction.] Z.P.8C9 

— Forbes- Lindsay. Daniel Boone. 

Z.3ob lb I 

— Ihhan. Ranche on the Oxhide. [Kansas. 
Fiction.] Z.F.fi i 

— Kalek. Antoine of Oregon. Z.aob 34.10 

Benjamin of Ohio. Z.aob 34.9 

Hannah of Kentucky. Z.sob 34.7 

Seth of Colorado. Z.3ob34.S 

— Luuuis. Spanish pioneers. Z.sob is.i 

— Perry and Beebe. Four American pio- 
neers. Z.3oa63.i 

— Pike. Zebulon M. Pike. Z.3obwi 
.— Sabih. With Carson and Fremont. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.39B I 

— Smith. Boys of Marmiton Prairie. 

[Kansas. Fiction.] Z.F.iSss 

— Stoddard. On the old frontier. [New 
York. Fiction.] Z.F.338 ta 

Pioneers. Cooper. Z.f\Sc g 

IHoneers of the Mississippi Valley, Mc- 

MuRRY. Z.aob 15.S 

Pioneers of the Rocky Mountains and the 

West. McMuRRY. Z.3ob 15.3 

Pioneers on land and sea. McMurry. 

Z.aob 15.1 
Pirate. Scott. Z.P^s 13 

Pirates. Bennett. Barnaby Lee. Z.F.ijb i 

— Finnemore. The Barbary rovers. 

Z.iog 6.3 

— Leightoh. Pilots of Pomona. Z.F.7I i 

— London. Cruise of the Dazzler. Z.F.t4l i 

— Pylb, Story of jack Ballister's fortunes. 

Z.F.I5P 5 

— Scott. The pirate. Z.F.93 13 

— Stevenson. Treasure Island. Z.F.17S 5 

— Stockton. Buccaneers and pirates of our 
coasts. Z.3oa aj.a 

Pittenger, William. Great locomotive chase. 

Z.3oe&i 

Pizatro, Francisco. Lang. Red true story 

book. Z.I 5a 10. 1 

— LuuMis. Spanish pioneers. Z.aob la.i 

— TowLE. Pizarro. Z.3ob 5p I 
Plant baby and its friends. Brown. Z.ioot 3.1 
Plantation pageants. Harris. Z.F,7&7 
Planter Jack. Fenn. Z.F.Sf 8 
Plants, See Flowers *ad Plants. 

Piatt, William, and Mrs. William Piatt 
Stories of the Scottish border. Z.iok 57.1 
Play days. Hoyt. Z.P.a6b i 

Play days. Jewett. Z.F.iej a 

Plays and Dialogues. Alcott. Comic 
tragedies. Z.F.sa i 

— Andrews. Geographical plays. Z^oda.i 

— Beli. Fairy tale plays, and how to act 
them. Z.4od r.i 

— — Nursery comedies. Z^odi.a 

— Bryce. The child-lore dramatic reader. 

Z.4od3.i 

— Chapman. Four plays for children. 

Z.4od 35.1 



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Plays uid Dialogues. (ContinHtd.) 

Neptune's Isle. Z.4od35.9 

— Dalkeith. Little plays. Z.4oaS.i 
- DuGAH. The king's jester and other short 

Slays. Z.4ad 37.1 
Duu). The "Little men" play. Z.4od 13.1 
The "Little women" play. Z.^od 13J 

— Gunnison. New dialogues and plays for 
boys and girls. Z^od 8.3 

New dialogues and plays for little chil- 
dren. Z.4od8.i 

— Hakfek's Book of little plays. Z.4od ag.i 

— Harris. Plays for young people. 

Z.4od39.i 

— Harrison. Alice in Wonderland. 

Z4od36>i 

— Henderson. Adam's dream and two other 
miracle plays for children. Z.^ 30.1 

— HiGCiNS. The court of King Christmas. 

Z.4od36.i 

— Johnston and Baknum. A book of plays 
for little actors. Z.4odg.i 

— Lasblle. Dramatizations of school 
classics. Z.4od 33.1 

-McCarthy. Plays from [Hawlhorne'sl 

The wonderbook and Tanglewood tales. 

Z.4od44-i 

— Macdonell. Historical plays for children. 
Series i, 2. Z.4od 34.1 

— Mackay. The house of the heart and 
other plays for children. Z^od ig.i 

— — Patriotic plays and pageants. Z^ad 19.3 
The silver thread and other folk plays. 

Z.4od 19.3 

— Meringtdn. Holiday plays. Z.4od ii>i 

— Nesbitt. Magic whistle and other fairy 
tale plays. Z.4od37.i 

— Nixon. Fairy tales a child can read and 
act. Z.4od 40.1 

— Novgs and Ray. Little plays for little 
people. Z4od 30.1 

— Perry. When mother lets us act. 

Z^od45-i 

— St. Nicholas book of plays and operettas. 

Z.4odi4.i 

— Schiller. William Tell. Translated and 

adapted by C. A. McMurry. Z.4odi5.i 

— Seton. The wild animal play. Z.4od 33.1 

— Shoeu AKER. Choice dialogues. Z^od 16.3 
~' — Young folks' dialogues. Z^od ifi-j 

— SowERBY. Little plays for little people. 

Z4od34.i 

— Spoffors. Fairy changeling. Z.^odsS.i 

— Stevenson, A. Children's classics m dra- 
matic form. Books 1-4. Z.4odiB.i 

— Tennyson. Tennyson's Princess arranged 
for amateur performances by Elsie 
Fogerty. Z.4od ia.i 

— Syrett. Six fairy plays for children. 

Z.4od I7.I 

— Whinyates. Aladdin and the wonderful 
lamp. Z.4od 95.3 

Ali Baba, or the forty thieves. 



Pleasant authors for young folks. Harris. 

Z.30K93.3 

PlcBBant Street partnership. Leonard. 

Z.P^il I 

Pliny, the elder. Boys' and girls' Pliny. 

Edited by J. S. White. Z.iools^i. 



Plutnmer, Mary W. Roy and Ray in Canada. 
Z.90P9.I 

— Roy and Ray in Mexico. Z.iu 6.1 

— Stories from the chronicle of the Cid. 

Z.3ob 8c I 

Plutarch. The boys' and girls' Plutarch. 

Edited by J. S. White. Z.3oa<^3 

— The children's Plutarch. By F. J. Gould. 
2 V. Z^9oafia4 

— Our young folks' Plutarch. Edited by 
Rosalie Kaufman. Z.3oa 69.3 

Plympton, Almira G. Wanolasset, the 
Little~one-who-laughs. Z.F.^ i 

Plympton, Daisy D. The happy forest. 

Z^ohfig,! 
Pocahontas. Brooks. Historic girls. 

Z.3oa8.4 

— Eggleston. First book in American his- 
tory. Z.9oa 7.3 

— Eggleston and Seelye. Pocahontas. 

Z.^api 

— Marie. Heroines that every child should 
know. 7.30856.1 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
history. Z.3ob a6.I 

Pocketful of posies. Bbown. Z.4oe3.i 

Poetry. Aldricb. Famous poems. [Young 

folks' library.] Z40C ai.3.3a 

— Alexander. The hidden servants and 
other very old stories. Z,4oe i.t 

— Allinghau. Ballad book. Z.4oe47.i 

— Bates and Coman. English history told 
by English poets. Z,iok49.i 

— Brackett and Eliot. The silver treasury 
of poetry for home and school. Z.4oe3,i 

— Brown. Fresh posies. Z.4oe3.9 
A pocketful of posies. Z.4oea,i 

— Bryant, Complete poetical works. 

Z.4oe4.i 

— Burroughs. Songs of nature. Z.^oeC.! 

— Burt. Poems that every child should 
know. Z.4oe 7.1 

— Carrington. Beacon lights of patriotism. 

Z.4oe7-i 

— Cary. Ballads for little folk. Z^oe&i 
Poetical works. Z.4oe&a 

— Chisholv. The ^Iden staircase, poems 
and verses for chddren. Z.4ae 73.1 

— CoATES. The children's book of poetry. 

ZUoeio.1 

— CoussENS. Poems children love. 

Z.4oe8o.i 

— Dodge. Rhymes and jingles. Z.4oeii.i 

— Edgar. A treasury of verse for little 
children. Z^oe 13.1 

— English. The boy's book of battle lyrics. 

Z.4oeia.i 

— Field. Love songs of childhood. 

Z.4oe35.a 
Lullaby- Land. Songs of childhood. 

Z.4oe 95.3 
•- — With trumpet and drum. Z.4oe35.7 

— Gaylky and Flaherty. Poetry of the 

£eople. Z^oe 15.1 

DLDSuiTH. The Deserted Village and 
other poems. . Z4oei4.i 

- Harris and Gilbert. Poems by grades. 
Z4oe34.i 

-Hazard. Three years with the poets. 

Z.4oe 71. 1 

- Henlby. Lyra heroica; a book 01 verse 
for boys. Z^oei&i 



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Po€tiy. (Contimitd.) 

— HoLHBS. Complete poetical works. 

Z4oe93.a 

Grandmother's story [of Bunker Hill 

Battle] and other poems. Z.4oe 9^.1 

— Ihgpbn. One thousand poems for chil- 
dren. Z^oe a8.i 

— Lodge. Ballads and lyrics. Z.4oeig.i 

— Longfellow. The children's hour and 
other poems. Z,4oe34.6 

— — Complete poetical works. Z4oe34,3 
— —Evangeline. Z-^x^/^ 

Paul Revere's ride. Z.4oe34.i 

~- — The song of Hiawatha. Z^oe34.5 

— LoTKjoY. Nature in verse. Z.4oe39.i 
~ — Poetry of the seasons. Z^oesa^ 

— Lucas. Another book of verses for chil- 
dren. Z.4oe 33.1 

A book of verses for children. 

Z.40«33.a 

— Macaulay. Lays of ancient Rome; with 
Ivry and The Armada. Z^oesS.! 

■^Matthews, B. Poems of American pa- 
triotism. Z.4o« 30.1 

— Matthews, H., and Rule. Memorial Day. 
Hymns, poems and patriotic selections. 

Z4ob t%.i 

— MoBBisoN. Songs and rhymes for the 
little ones. Z.4oe 39.1 

Stories true and fancies new. Z.4oe 39.3 

— Neally. Christmas poems. Z.4oe aa.i 

— OuK children's songs. Z.4oe 4G.1 

— Palgbavb. The children's treasury of 
lyrical poetry. Z.4oe36.i 

— Patuore. The children's garland from 
the best poets. Z.4oeag.i 

— Pebcy. The boy's Percy. Edited by 

Sidney Lanier. Z.4oe3i.i 

— Peterson. A junior school poetry book. 

Z.4oei8.a 

— A senior school poetry book. Z^oe 18.1 

— Pyle, Katharine. Careless Jane, and 
other tales. Z^oe 41. i 

— Rbpplieb. a book of famous verse. 

Z.4oe 51.1 

— RiLBV. Book of joyous children. 

Z40« 4 j.i 

— RoAOENiGHT. Old-fashioned rhymes and 
poems. Z.4oe 53.1 

— RossBTTi. Poems for children. Z.4oe 53.9 
Sing-song; a nursery rhyme book. 

Z^oesj.! 

— ScoLLAKD. Ballads of American bravery. 

Z.4oe^i 
-~ ScQTT. The Lady of the Lake. Z.4oe 49.1 

Lay of the last minstrel. Z.4oe4a.a 

Marmion. Z.4oe43.s 

— Sheruak. Little-folk lyrics. Z4oe54.i 

— Shute. The land of song. 3 v. Z.4oe69.i 

— Songs for the little ones at home. 

Z^oeCo.! 

— Stevenson, B, E. Poems of American 
history. Z.40e 63.1 

— Stevenson, B. E., and Stevenson, E. Days 
and deeds. A book of verse. Z.4ob 19.1 

— Stevenson, R. L. A child's garden of 
verses. Z^oe 58.1 

— Tabb. Child verse. Z.4oe 96.1 

— Taylor. Little Ann and other poems. 

Z.4oe S5.3 

— — "Original Poems." Z^fK 55.1 
•^Tennyson. Complete poetical works. 

Z-toe 57^ 



Poetry. (Contmued.) 

— Thachee. The listening child. Z.4oe 59.1 

— Thaxter. Stories and poems for children. 

Z.4oe 43.a 

— TiLESTON. Child's harvest of verse. 

2,40*44.3 
— — Sugar and spice. [Nursery rhymes.] 
Z.4ae 44.1 

— Watts. Divine and moral songs for chil- 
dren. Z.4oe 61.1 

— Whittier. Child life. Z.4oe6&3 
Complete poetical works. Z.40e66.i 

— WiGGiN and Smith. Golden numbers. 

Z4oe6g.5 

Pmafore Palace. Z.4oe69.3 

The posy ring. Z.4oe6g.4 

— Wordsworth. [Poems.] Selections by 
Andrew Lang. Z4o«<!7.3 

Politicfl for young Americans. Nordhoff. 

Z.aakj7.i 
Pollard, Josephine. History of the battles 
of America. Z.aoa aS.i 

Polly and Dolly. Blaisdell. Z. 130c 1.8 

Polly of the hospital staff. Dowd. Z.F.aad i 
Polly of the Pines. Thompson. Z.F.Gt4 
Polly Oliver's problem. Wiggin. Z.F.a4w 7 
Polly Page Ranch Club. Forrester. 

Z.F.3if I 
Polly Prentiai goes to school. Goulb. 

Z.F.iig6 

Polo, Marco. Bbooks. The story of Marco 

Polo. Z,3ob 4p I 

— Towle. Marco Polo. Z.3ob.4p a 
Ponce de Leon. Baldwin. Thirty more 

famous stories retold. Z.isaa.a 

— GoEDV. Stories of American explorers. 

Z.9IM 14.1 

— McMuRBY. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.aob 15. 1 

— Pratt. America's story for America's 
children. Vol. 2. Z.aob ai.3.3 

— Shaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13.1 

— Southworth. Builders of our country. 

Book I. Z.aob 16.1.1 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. [Young 
folks' library.] Z40C ai.a^g 

Poor Richard's almanac and other papers. 

Franklin. 2.40c 13.1 

Pope, Florence P. A Japanese garland. 

Z.iof 3.13 
Porter, Jane. Scottish chiefs. Z.P,i4pi 

Porter, John A. Wild beasts. Z.iool 43,1 
Porto Rico. See West Indies. 
Portugal. BEA2LEY. Prince Henry the 

Navigator. Z.3ob ah i 

— GooDALL. Portugal. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.ioh6.7 

— Whitcomb and George Little journey 
to Italy, Spain and Portugal, Z.toh 6,1 

Posy ring. WtGOiH and Smith, Z.^oe6g.4 
Pot of gold. WiLKiNs. Z.F.I3W 3 

PoulBBon, Emilie. Finger plays. Z.iaoc 35.3 

— Runaway donkey and other rhymes. 

Z.130C 93.3 

— Through the farmyard gate. Z.130C93.X 
Powell, Sir Robert Baden-. Scouting for 

boys. Z.Tob 13.1 

— Scouting games. Z.yob 13.3 

— Yarns for Boy Scouts. Z.70b 13.3 
Prairie, The. Cooper. Z.FM7 



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■- Mara L. America's story for Amerl- 
I's children. 5 v. Z.aobai.z 

— The fairyland of flowers. Z.ioot94.t 

— Legends of the Red Children. Z.3oga4.i 

— Stories of colonial children. Z.aob ai.i 

— Stories of Massachusetts. Z.aom 3.7 
Pratt, Mary E. Rhoda Thornton's girl- 
hood. Z.P.34P I 

Pre-historic races. Foster. Z.iooaa.! 

PrentlsB, Elizabeth P. Little Susy stories. 
Z.F.I3P I 
Preparing for citizenship. Guitteau, 

Z.aok Dg.i 

Price, Lillian L. Lads and lassies of other 

days. Z.aob 14.1 

— Wandering heroes. Z.ija 6.1 
Price, Lillian L., and C. B. ffilbert Heroes 

of myth. Z.4oh33.t 

Price, Overton W. The land we live in; the 

boys' book of conservation. Z.3W36.1 
Pride and prejudice. Austen. Z.F.ifia i 
Primer of right and wrong. Lasned. 

Z.Soa5.i 
Prince and his ants. Bertelli. Z.F.i6b I 
Prince and the page. Yonge. Z.F.iy 19 

Prince and the pauper. Clemens. Z.P.19C I 
Prince Bulbo; or, the rose and the ring. 

Whinyates. Z.4od 35.3 

Prince Dusty. Munroe. Z.F.24m 10 

Prince Rudolfs quest. Kbnniston. 

Z.F.i7k I 
Prince's story book. Gouue. Z.ioks.a 

PriDceas and Curdie. Macdonald. Z.P.iam j 
Princeaa and the goblin. Macdohald. 

Z.F.i«n3 
Princess of Thule. Black. Z.F.3ib i 

Princess on the glass hill. Lang. Z.i3ob 1.6 
Printing. Chase and Clow. Industries of 

to-day. Vol. 2. Z.soa ia.1,3 

— DouBLEBAV. Stories of inventors. 

Z.5oa 3.1 

— DuTTOH. Little stories of Germany. 

Z.ioh 3.6 

— FoKiiAN. Stories of useful 



Pyle, Howard. The garden behind the 
moon. Z.F.isp a 

— Men of iron. [England, 1400.] Z.F.ispS 

— The merry adventures of Robin Hood. 

Z.F.ISP 6 

— Otto of the Silver Hand. Z.F.isp 5 

— Pepper and salt. Z.F.isp 7 

— The story of Jack Ballister's fortunes. 

Z.F.I5P 3 

— The story of King Arthur and his knights. 

Z.^h 34.3 

— The story of Sir Launcetot and his com- 
panions. Z.4ah 34.3 

— The story of the champions of the Round 
Table, Z.4oh 34.1 

— The story of the Grail and the passing of 
Arthur. Z.4ob34.S 

— Twilight land. Z.F.ispi 

— The wonder clock. Z.F.15P4 
Pyle, Katharine. As the goose flies. 

Z.F.tep 6 

— Careless Jane. Z.4oe4i.i 

— The Christmas angel. Z.F.1^5 

— The Counterpane Fairy, Z.F.I)^ 3 

— Fairy tales from many lands. Z.40h 94.1 

— In the green forest. Z.P.iGp i 

— Nancy Rutledge. Z.F.i6p 3 

— Prose and verse for children. Z.130C ai.x 
Pyle, Katharine, and I^aura Spencer Portor. 

Theodora. Z.F.iep4 

Quarterdeck and fok'sle. Seawell. Z.F.&4 
Quartet. Stoddard. Z.F.33B 17 

Queen Hildegarde. Richards. Z.F,rir3 
Queen's festivals. Religious, 

Society of the Holy Child Jesi 
Queen's story book. Gouve. 
Queer little people. Stowe. 
Quentin Durward. Scott. 
Quest of the four. Altsbeleb. 
Quest of the four-leaved clover. 



^, of the 
s. Z.gocr.3 
Z.I ok 5.4 
Z.F^ss 4 
Z.F.gB S 
Z.F^4 

Z.F.5f I 

Z.F.8f 5 

Z.F.iiri7 



— Haasek and Poland Famous men of toe 
Middle Ages. [Gutenberg.] Z.isa&i 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.joa 36.1 

— MiTCHELi. About old story tellers. 

Z.3oa87.i 

— RocHBLBAu. Great American industries. 

Vol. 3. Manufactures. Z.soa 30.1.3 

— Tappan. European history stories. [John 

Gutenberg,] Z.ioh I.7 

Prisoner in buff. TouLiNSON. Z.P.ist 11 
Prose and verse for children. Pyle. 

Z.i30cai.i 
Proudfoot, Andrea H. Child's Christ-tales. 
Z.9ob 8.1 
Proverb stories. Alcott. Z.F.sa ji 

Puck and Blossom. Gilbert. Z.F.3g 7 

Puck of Pock's Hill. Kipling. Z.F.iaks 
Pueblo Indian folk-stories. Luuuis. 

Z.4oh 10S.1 

Pumphrey, Margaret B. Stories of the 

Pilgrims. Z.30b 35.1 

Pushing to the front. Makoen. Z.soa 86.1 

Pussy Black-Face. Saunders. Z.F.ss a 

Putnam, Mary L. Children's life of Lincoln. 

Z.3ob 3I 3 

Puzxles. Pkabson. Pictured puzzles and 

word ptay. Z.7od95.j 



Quicksilver. Fenn. 

Quicksilver Sue. Richards. 

Quiller-Couch. See Coucfa. 

Quirk, Leslie W. Freshman Dorn, pitcher. 
Z.F.9q I 

Rab and his friends. Brown. Z.F.43D t 

Rabelais, Francois. Three good giants. 

Z.F.9r I 

Race for Copper Island. Spalding. Z.F.40B i 

Rafael in Italy. McDonald and Dalryuple. 
Z.ioh 6.8 

Raftmatea. Munroe. Z.F.34in 38 

Ragozin, Zinaide A. Frithjof, the viking of 
Norway, and Roland the paladin of 
France. Z.4oh 86.1 

— A history of the world. Earliest peoples. 

Zlisaag.! 

— Siegfried and Beowulf. Z.4oh86.3 
Raiding with Morgan. Dunn. Z.F.agd 9 
Railroads and Locomotives. Brigham. From 

trail to railway. Z.spp i3.a 

— Cochrane. Wonders of modern mechan- 
ism. Z.50C13.1 

— DouBLEDAY. Stories of inventors. 

Z.soa3.i 

— Drysdale, The fast mail. [Fiction.] 

Z.P.33d 3 

— Greene. Pickett's gap. [FictionJ 

Z.F-M3 

— HoWDEN. The boys' book of locomotives. 

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RailToads And Locomotives. (Continued.} 

— Kerb. Young heroes of wire and rail. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.6ki 

— MoFFETT. Careers of danger and daring. 

[Locomotive engineer.] Z.5oa4.i 

— MvNaoE. Cab a.nd caboose ; the story of a 
railroad boy. [Fiction.] Z.P.Oitaa 

— PiTTENGEB. Great locomotive chase. 

Z.9oe8.i 

— Robins. Chasing an iron horse. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.t;r I 

— RocHELEAU. Great American industries. 

Transportation. Vol. 4. Z.soa 30.1.4 

— Speabman. The mountain divide. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.37S I 

— WiLLiAus. How it works. Z.soaai.a 
The romance of modern locomotion. 

Zjoa 3I.I 

Rainy day diversions. Wells. Z.7odfi.i 

Rtdetgb, Sir Walter. Bolton. Famous 

voyagers and explorers. Z.3oa3.7 

— ■ BuCHAN. Sir Walter Raleigh. Z.spb ix a 

— Church. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok 43. 1. a 

— GoBDv. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.3oa 14.3 

Stories of American explorers. 

Z.aoa 14. 1 

— HiGCiNSON. American explorers. 

Z.aob 37.1 

— HiNKsoN. The Great Captain. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i6h 9 

— HuHT. Prisoners of the Tower of Lon- 
don. Z.iok 18.1 

— Johnston. Famous privateersmen. 

Z.3oa3S-3 

— Kelly. The story of Sir Walter Raleigh. 

Z.30b 7r 3 

— MowKY. First steps in the histoiy of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— SouTHWOBTH. Builders of our country. 
Book I. Z.aob 16.1.1 

— Towi^ Raleigh: his exploits and voyages. 

Z.30b 7T I 

— Wabren. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok ao.i 
Ralston, Virginia. When mother lets us sew. 
Z.5of4.i 
Ramotia. Jackson. Z.F.3] 4 

Ranald Bannemun's boyhood. Macdonald. 
Z.P.iam4 
Riaich life. See Cowboys; Pioneer life; 

West. 

Ranche on the Oxhide. Inuan. Z.F.Gi i 

Randall, Lida E. Little journey to Norway 

and Sweden. Z.ioh8.i 

Rankin, Mrs. Carroll W. The castaways of 

Pete's Patch. Z.F.tar a 

— The girls of Gardenville. Z.F.iar 1 
Raphael. Bacon. Pictures that every child 

should know. Z.iaoa a.i 

— Bolton. Famous European artists. 

Z.3oa 3.1S 

— Conway. The children's book of art. 

Z.iaoa 4.1 

.— HoRNE and ScoBEY. Stories of great 

artists. Z.iaoa S-^ 

— HuBLL. Raphael. Z.iaoa 8.a 

— Keysor. Great artists. Vol. i. 

Z.iaoa ii.i.i 
Raape, Rudolf E. The travels and surprising 
adventures of Baron Munchausen. 

Z.FJSri 



Ray, Anna Chapin. Half a dozen boys. 

Z.P.7r6 

— Half a dozen girls. Z.F.tti 

— Nathalie's chum. Z.F.tts 

— Phebe, her profession; a sequel to Teddy: 
her book. Z.F.7r4 

— Teddy: her book; a story of sweet six- 
teen. Z.F.7r a 

—Teddy: her daughter. Z.F.7r3 

Ready rangers. Munroe. Z.F.34m 9 

Real electric toy-making for boys. St. Johh. 
Z.iDok 6.4 
Real folks. Whitney. Z.P.igw4 

Real things in Nature. Holden. Z.tooa3.3 
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Wigqin. 

Z.F.34W II 

Recluse of Rambouillet. Roy. Z.F.iSra 

Recollectionfl of a drummer boy. Kiepfer. 

Z.aoe 10.1 

RecollectionB of Auton House. Hofpin. 

Z.F.aoh 1 
Red book of animal stories. Lang. 

Z.iool 30.1 

Red book of heroes. Lams. Z.soa 39.1 

Red Eagle. Eggleston. Red Eagle and the 

wars of the Creek Indians of Alabama. 

Z.3ob 8r I 

Red Eric. Ballantvne. Z.F.ib i 

Red fairy book. Lang. Z.F.3IS 

Red folk and wild folk. Demihg. Z.aog&i 

Red Fox. RoBEBTs. Z.iool 38.1 

Red hunters and the animal people. East- 

UAN. Z.F.i3e I 

Red Jacket. Eggleston and Sbelye. Brant 

and Red Jacket. Z.sob ab i 

— Johnston. Famous Indian chiefs. 

Red mustang. Stoddabd. Z.F:33S ai 

Red Top Ranch. Suith. Z.F.90S i 

""'" storybook. Lang. Z.isa io.i 



Redeeming the republic. Coffin. Z.ao 
p W. All around ...!_. 

Z.iof 1.16 



Redway, Jacques W. All around Asia. 



Reed, Chester A. Nature study. Birds. 

Z.ioop 14.1 
Reed, Elizabeth A. Daniel Webster. 

Z.sob 3w I 

Reed, Helen L. Brenda, her school and her 

club. Z.F.3r i 

Keid, Mayne. Afloat in the forest. Z.F4ra 

— The boy hunters. Z.F.4r4 

— The bush-boys. Z.F.4ri 

— The cliff-climbers. Z.F.4r3 

— The Land of Fire. Z.F.4r5 

— The young voyageurs. Z.F^rfi 
— ^^The young yagers. Z.F.4r7 
Reign of King Herla. Canton. Zjr.saci 
Reign of King Oberon. Jebeold, Z.F.15J i 
Reinach, Paul S. Civil government. 

— The young citizen's reader. Z.aoki&a 
Religious, A, of the Society of the Holy 

Child Jesus, pseud. More five o'clock 
stories. Z.goc i.i 

— The Queen's festivals. Z.goci.3 
Rembrandt. Bacon. Pictures that every 

child should know. Z.iaoa 3.1 

— Bolton. Famous European artists. 

Z.3oa3.i5 

— Conway. The children's book of art. 

Z.iaoa 4.1 

^HoRHB and Scobey. Stories of great 

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Rembrandt. (Ctrnttmied.) 

— Kbysob. Great artists. Vol, z. 

Z.iaoa II. 1.9 
ReppUer, Agnes, editor. A book of famous 

verse. Z.4oe5i-i 

Reuben James. Bbady. Z.F.36b i 

Revere, Paul. Paul Revere's own account of 

his famous ride. Z.4oe34.i 

Revere, Paul. Longfellow. Paul Revere's 

ride. Z.4oe 34.1 

— Morris. Historical tales; American, 

Z.2MM.4 
Revolutionary maid. Blanchard. Z.P.t7b 8 
Revolutionary stories. Retold from St. 

Nicholas. Z.aoc 8.1 

Rewards and fairies. Kipling. Z.P.iaks 
Reynolds, Sir Joshua. Bacon. Pictures 

that every child should know, Z.iaoa a.i 

— Bolton. Famous European artists. 

Z.3oa 3.15 

— CoNWAV. The children's book of art. 

— HoRNE and Scobev. Stories of great 
artists. Z.iaoa 5.1 

— Keysor. Great artists. Vol. 2. 

Z.iaoa I I.I .3 
Rbead, Louis J. Bold Robin Hood and his 
outlaw band. Z.F.ijri 

Rhoda Thornton's girlhood. Pkatt. 

Z.F.34P I 
Rhymes and jingles. Dodge. Z^oeii.i 

Rhys, Ernest. The English fairy book. 

Z.4oh 7g.a 
Rice, Alice C. Hcgan. Lovey Mary, 

Z.F.9ra 

— Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch. 

Z.F.9r 1 

Rice, Wallace. Animals. Z.iool 93.1 

Richard I., of England. Abbott. History of 

King Richard I., of England. Z.3ob gr i 

— Farmer. Boys' book of famous rulers, 

Z.3oai7.i 

— Hale. Boys' heroes. Z.joaSi.i 
Richard of Jamestown. Kaler. Z.aob 34.3 
Richard the Fearless, duke of Normandy. 

YONGE. The little duke. Richard the 
Fearless. Z.F.iy a 

Richards, Ellen H. First lessons in food 
and diet. Z.Soaa.i 

Richards, Laura £. Captain Januaiy. 

Z.F.tiri 

— Fernley House. Z.F.iira 

— Five mice in a niouse-trap. Z.F.iir la 

— Florence Nightingale; the angel of the 
Crimea. Z.3ob 50 1 

— Four feet, two feet and no feet. Z.iool a6.i 

— The golden windows. Z.F.itr 19 

— Hildegarde series. 

Namely (in seguenct): 

Queen Hildegarde. Z.F.iira 

Hildegarde's holiday. Z.F.iir 14 

Hildegarde's home. Z.F.iir 16 

Hildegarde's neighbors. Z.F.nns 

Hildegarde's harvest. Z.F.iir 13 

— The joyous story of Toto. Z.F.iir4 

— Margaret Montfort. Z.F.iir 10 

— The Merry weathers. Z.F.iir 8 

— Peggy. Z.F.iir5 
-.• Pig brother and other fables and stories. 



Richards, Laura E. (Continited.) 

— Rita. Z.F.iir 7 

— Three Margarets. Z.F.iirS 

— Toto's merry winter. Z.F.iir 18 

— Two noble lives; Samuel Gridley Howe, 
Julia Ward Howe. Z.yA jh I 

your age. (Autobiography.'' 



-When I V 



J.3ob 4h a 

Richardson, Abby S. Familiar talks on Eng- 
lish literature. Z^oas.i 
Richman, Tutia, and Isabel Richman Wal- 

lach. Good citizenship. Z.aok ao.i 

Richmond, Grace L. S. The second violin. 
Z.F.ior 1 
Rick Dale. Munroe. Z.F.3^14 

Rico and Wiseli. Spvri. Z.F.4S 4 

Rideing, William H. Boyhood of famous 

authors. ^-3?^ ^^-^ 

Ridingdale boys. Bearne. Z.F.48b a 

Ridingdale year, A. Bearne. Z.F.48b 3 

Riflemen of the Ohio. Altsbeler. Z.F.8a 3 
Riis, Jacob A. Hero tales of the Far North. 
Z.3oa 33.1 
Riley, James Whitcomb. Book of joyous 

children. Z.4oe45.i 

Rip Van Winkle. Irving. Z.F.51 1 

Rita. Richards. Z.F.iir 7 

Riverside readers. Van Sickle Z.IU1C34.1 
Broadknight, Mrs., compiler, Old-fa»iioned 

rhymes and poems. Z.4oe ja.i 

Rob and his gun. LiNH. Z.F.331 1 

Rob Roy. Scott. Z.F.9«6 

Rob the Ranger. Strang. Z.F.43S a 

Robert, Joseph T. Primer of parliamentary 

law. Z.aok 19.1 

Roberts, Charles G. D. The house in the 

water. Z.iool 38.3 

— Red Fox. Z.tool 38.1 
Roberts, George £. T. Comrades of the 

trails. Z.F.8r t 

— Flying Plover: his stories, told him by 

Squat-by-the-Fire. Z.4oh 65.1 

Roberts, Isabel J. The little girl from back 

East. Z.P.sr i 

Robin Hood. Bulfinch. Age of chivalry. 

Z4ob 8.4 

— PiNNEMORE The story of Robin Hood 
and his merry men. Z.F.Sfa 

— GiLLiAT. In Lincoln green. Z.F.igg i 

— Lansing. Life in the greenwood. 

Z.4oh 4 1. 1 

— Macleod. Book of ballad stories. 

Z40C6.1 

— Perkins. Robin Hood, bis deeds and ad- 
ventures. [Ballads.] Z^oes^i 

— Pyle. The merry adventures of Robin 
Hood. Z.F.ispe 

— Rhead. Bold Robin Hood. Z.F.i7r i 

— Tafpan. Old ballads in prose. Z^ob 15.1 

Robin Hood, his book. Z.P.at I 

Robins, Edward. Chasing an iron horse; 

or, a boy's adventures m the Civil War. 

Z.F.isr I 

Robinson, C. N,, and John Leyland. For 

the honor of the flag. Z.F.19T i 

Robinson, Edith, A little daughter of liberty. 

Z.F.i6r 4 

— A little Puritan cavalier. Z.F.i6r i 

— A little Puritan rebel. Z.F.i6ra 

— A little Puritan's first Christmas. 



-Quicksilver Sue. 



Z.F.iir 17 



Z.F.i6r 5 

-A loyal little maid. [Elizabeth Schuyler.] 
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Robinson Crusoe. Defoe. Z.Fa^ i 

Roche, James Jeffrey. The story of the 

filibusters. Z.aop 31.1 

Rocheleau, William F. The geograpny of 

commerce and industry. Z.ioa 15.1 

— Great American industries. 4 v. 

Z.soaso.! 

Roclqr Fork. Catherwood. Z,F.a7c i 

Rogers, Julia E. Earth and sky every child 

should know. Z.100C8.1 

— Trees that every child should know. 

Z.ioot 15.1 

— Wild animals every child should know. 

Z.tool a7.i 
Roland. Baij>wih. The story of Roland. 
Z.3ob lor I 

— BuLriHcH. Legends of Charlemagne. 

Z.4oh8.3 

— Church. Stories of Charlemagne, 

Z^h 10. 1 

— Button. Little stories of France. 

Z.i5h7.i 

^GuntBKR. Legends of the Middle Ages. 

Z.4oh 56.3 

— Lamg. Book of romance. Z.F.4I a 

— Macgregor. The story of France. 

Z.I oh 7.19 

— Maitland. Heroes of chivalry. Z.4oh 116.1 

— Ragozin. Frithjof, the viking of Norway, 
and Roland the paladin of France. 

Z.4ph 86.1 
Rolf House. LiLLiE. Z.P.Sls 

Rolf in the woods. Seton. Z.F.iat i 

Rolfe, William J. Shakespeare the boy. 

Z.3ob 3s I 
Rolfe, William J., editor. Tales from Eng- 
lish history in prose and verse. Z.iok 3g.i 

— Tales from Scottish history, in prose and 
verse. Z.iok 39.9 

RoU call of honor. Couch. Z.soa 35.1 

Rollo books. See Abbott, Jacob. 
Rolt-Wheeler, Francis W. The boy with 
the U. S. fisheries. Z.F.15W3 

— The boy with the U. S. foresters. 

Z.F.ISW 3 

— The boy with the U. S. Survey. Z.P.iswi 
Ronun maiden. Mabshall. Z.F.aSm i 
Romance of conquest. Gsiffis. Z.3oa 11. i 
Romance of discovery. Gsiffis. Z.iob 8.1 
Romance of industry and invention. Coch- 
rane. Z.5oa lai 

Romance of modern locomotion. Williams. 

Z.5oaar.r 

Romance of the Civil War. Hart and 

Stevens. Z.aoe 9.1 

Rome and Roman Empire. 

See alK) Ha.ij. 

— BoTSFORD and Botsford. The story of 
Rome as Greeks and Romans tell it. 

Z.i5h 6.1 

— BuTTBRWORTH. Little Arthur's history of 
Rome. Z.i5h 6,10 

— Church. Helmet and spear. ^-'5^ S.a 
Lords of the world. [Fiction. Rome 

and Carthage.] Z.F.14C3 

— — Pictures from Roman life and story. 

Z.ish6.3 
— — Two thousand years ago. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.14C 4 

— Clarke. Story of Caesar. Z.3ob ic i 

— Couch. Historical tales from Shakes- 
peare. [Corlolamis; Julius Caesar.] 

Z.40C 14.3 



Rome and Roman Empire. (Contimued.) 

— Creasy. Fifteen decisive battles. [Battle 
of Metaurus; Victory of Arminius; Battle 
of Chalons.] Z.isaj.i ' 

— Dodge. Hannibal. Z.sobGhi 

— FiNNEUORE. Italy. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.ioh&a 

— Genn. Rome. [Peeps at great cities.] 

Z.iob &g 

— GuERBEB. The story of the Romans. 

Z.i5h 6.5 

— Haarkn and Poland. Famous men of 
Rome. Z.i5h6.6 

— LovELu Stories in stone from the Roman 
Forum. Z.ishG.? 

— Marshall. A Roman maiden. [Early 

Christians, fourth century.] Z.F.aSm I 

— Morris. Historical tales. Roman. 

Z.i5h6.ii 

— Plutarch. Boys' and girls' Plutarch. 
Edited by J. S. White. Z.soaSM 

The children's Plutarch. Edited by F. 

J. Gould. Z.3oa 60.4 
Our young folks' Plutarch. Edited by 

R. Kaufman. Z.3oa Sg.a 

— Walsh. Our young folks' history of the 
Roman Empire. Z.i5hG.i3 

— YoNGK. Aunt Charlotte's stories of 

Roman history. Z.i5hfi.i3 

Roosevelt, Theodore. Stories of the Great 

West. Z.aop 15.1 

Roosevelt, Theodore, and H. C. Lodge. 

Hero tales from American history. 

Z.aoa 17.3 
Roosevelt, Theodore. Morgan. Theodore 

Roosevelt. The boy and man. Z.3ob 6r 1 
Rosamond. Edgeworth. Z.F.ije 3 

Rose and the ring. Thackeray. Z.F4t i 
Rose bush. Schuid. Z.F.33S6 

Rose in bloom. Alcott. Z.P.sa 14 

Rou, Clinton. Heroes of our war with 

Spain. Z.sof 3.1 

Rossetti, Christina G. Poems for children; 

selected and arranged by Melvin Hix. 
Z4oe 53-9 

— Sing-song. A nursery rhyme book. 

Z40e53.i 
Rosy. MoLEswoRTH. Z.F.aom9 

Roth, Filibert. First book of forestry. 

Z.ioot 3G.1 

Roulet, Mary F. N. Our little Alaskan 

cousin. Z.ioc 5.1 

— Our little Australian cousin, Z.iodao.! 

— Our little Hungarian cousin. Z.loh 3.4 

— Our little Spanish cousin. Z.ioh6.4 

— Zoe, our little Grecian cousin. Z.iohS4 
Round dozen. Woolsey. Z.F.i6w 13 
Round Table. See Aribur, King. 

Round the world. A series of articles on a 

great variety of subjects, 7 v. Z.5oa7.i 

Round the year In myth and song. Hol- 

BROOK. Z40fa 55.1 

Roimd-about rambles. Stockton. Z.iooa8.i 

Rout of the foreigner. Zollinger. Z.F.sz i 

Roy, J. J. 6. (Stephanie Dry). Lucille; or, 

the young flower maker. Z.F.iSr i 

— The recluse of Rambouillet. Z.F.iSra 
Roy and Ray in Canada. Pluhhbb. 

Z.aop g.i 
Roy and Ray in Mexico. Pluuubr. Z.km fi.i 
Royal RiHs and royal courts. Shebwood. 
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Rubber. [Peeps at industries.] Bbowne. 

Z.5oaag.a 
Ruby and Ruthy. Paull. Z.F.igp i 

Ruby at school. Paull. Z.F.igp 3 

Ruby's ups and downs, Paull. Z.F.ictp a 
Ruby's vacation. Paull. Z.P.igp 4 

Runaway donkey. Poulsson. Z.i30C33.a 
Running the gantlet, Fdothinghau. 

Z.F.33f I 

Running the river. Egclestok. Z.F.7e6 
Roskin, John. The King of the Golden 

River. Z.F.i^r 1 

Rnsaell, Thomas B, Science at home. 

Z.I 00c 10.1 
Russell, W. Clark. Horatio Nelson and the 

naval supremacy of Englaiid. Z.30b6ni 
Russi*. 

See >Ik> Europe. 

— Benson. The story of Russia. Z.)ob4.7 

— Caspenter. Europe. Z.ioh i.g 

— CuAiiBEitLAiN. Europe. Z.ioh i.ia 

— Chodzko. Fairy tales of the Slav peas- 
ants. Z^oh e.a 

— CoK. Modern Europe. Z.ioh i.a 

— George. Little journeys to Russia and 
. Austria- Hungary. Z.ioh ^.a 

— Henty. Through Russian snows, [Fic- 
tion. Napoleon's retreat from Moscow.] 

Z.F.i5h ag 

— HouoHTOH. The Russian grandmother's 
wonder tales. Z.4oh 58.1 

— King. Picturesque geographical readers. 

Vol. 6. Z.ioa aa.! 

— Knox. The boy travellers in the Russian 
Empire. Z.ioh 4.8 

— Leighton. Olaf the Glorious. [Fiction. 
Russia and Norway, nth century.] 

Z.F.7I3 

— Looker. Russia, the land of the Great 
White Czar. Z^oh^i 

.— McDonald and Daleymple. Boris m 

Russia. Z.ioh 4.5 

. — Michkll, Russian pictures. Z.ioh 4.9 

— Monroe and Buckbee. Europe and its 

Seople. Z.ioh 1.13 

OBRis. Historical tales. Russian, 

Z.ioh 4.13 

— NoRTHEKN Europe. [Companion series.] 

Z.iali 1.4 

— Polevoi. Russian fairy tales. Z.4oh 75.3 

— SfiGUR. Napoleon's retreat from Moscow. 

Z.ioh 1.31 

■ — Smith. History of Russia in words of 

one syllable, Z.ioh 4.6 

— Starr, Strange peoples. [Finns and 
Lapps.] Z.ioa ig.i 

— Taylor. Boys of other countries. [Russia.] 

Z.F.3t I 

— Van Bergen. The story of Russia. 

Z.iob ^16 

— Wade. Petrovna, our little Russian 
cousin. Z.ioh4.io 

— Walter. Russia. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.ioh 44 

Russian grandmother's wonder tales. 

Houghton. Z.4oh 58.1 

Ruth of Boston. Kaler. Z.aob34>4 

S., E. L, Belt and spur. Stories of the 

knights of the Middle Ages, from the old 

chronicles. Z.ish 1.4 

S. W. F. Club. Jacobs. Z.F.i4«3 



Sabin, Edwin L. With Caraon and Fr£- 
mont, Z.F.aga i 

Sadlier, Anna T. Names that live in 
Catholic hearts. Z.3aa79.i 

— Pauline Archer. Z.F.It i 

— A summer at Woodville. Z.F.isa 

— Wayward Winifred. Z.F.ia 3 
Sage, Agnes C. The boys and girls of the 

White House. Z.soasg.! 

— A little colonial dame; a story of old 
Manhattan Island. Z.F.4i i 

— A little daughter of the Revolution; a 
story of the boys and girls of '76. Z.F.48 3 

Sailor boys of '6r, Soley. Z,3oci3.i 

St Bartholomew's Eve. Hentv. Z.P.ish 14 
Saint Cuthbert's. Cofus, Z.F.30C i 

St. George for England, Henty. Z.F.ishsS 
St John, Thomas M. How two boys made 
their own electrical apparatus. Z.iook6.i 

— Real electric toy-making for boys. 

Z.iook6u| 
—The study of electric motors by experi- 
ment. Z.iotx6.S 

— The study of elementary electricity and 

magnetism. Z.iook6.a 

— Things a boy should know about elec- 
tricity. Z.iook6.3 

— Things a boy should know about wireless. 

Z.iook6.6 
St Nicholas book of plays and operettas. 

Z.40di4-i 
St. Nicholas songs. Z.iaoc 30.1 

St. Paul. Grierson. Life of St. Paul. 

Z.Qob 33.1 

Saintine, J. X. B. Picciola. Z.F.as i 

Saints. Adderley. Francis, the little poor 

man of Assisi. Z.sobifs 

— Bearne, Sheer pluck and other stories of 
the bright ages. Z.P^Sb 11 

— Berthold. Lives of the saints for chil- 
dren. Z.gocg,i 

— Brown. The book of saints and friendly 
beasts. Z.30a 79.1 

— Cbenoweth. Stories of the saints. 

Z.90C5.1 

— Kerr. Lives of the saints for children. 

Z40C6.1 

— Lang. The book of saints and heroes. 

Z.3oa99.a 

— Macgregoh. Stories of three saints. 

Z;4oba3.i 

— Mannix. Patron saints for Catholic 
youth. Z.90C 3.1 

— Noyee. Saints of Italy, Z.30« 88.1 

— Religious, A, of the Society of the Holy 

Child Jesus. More five o'clock stories. 
Z.90C1.1 

— Steeduan, Our island saints. Z.goc 10,1 
Salem witchcraft. Coffin. Old times in the 

colonies. Z.aob 3.1 

— Eggleston. Stories of American life and 

adventure. Z.aoa 7.5 

— Giluan. Colonization of America. 

Z.aob ag,a 

— Gordy. Colonial days. Z.aob g.i 

— Guerber. The story of the thirteen 
colonies, Z.aob 38.1 

— Hart. Camps and firesides of the Revolu- 

tion. Z.aoc 7.1 

— Hawthorne. True stories from history 
and biography. Z.3oa3o.i 

Saltillo hoys, Stodhard. Z.P.338 ig 



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Samuel, Marie The amateur aquarist. 

Z.ioon 6.1 
Sanbora, John W. Go to the ant and learn 
many wonderful things. Z.ioom 5.1 

Sandman: his farm stones. Hopkins. 

Z.F.32h I 
Sandman: his sea stories. Hopkins. 

Z.P.33h4 
Sandman: his ship stories. Hopkins. 

Z.P.33h a 
Sandman; more farm stories. Hopkins. 

Z.Fjah 3 



Sanford, Frank G. Arts crafts for beginners. 
Z.5ob 1 3. 1 
Sang vind Klang. Huufebdihck. Z.130C44.1 
Santa ClauB on a lark. Gladden. Z.F.iogi 
Santa Claus't partner. Page. Z.F.ifti 6 

San Crewe. Burnett. Z.F40D 9 

Sargent, Frederick L. Corn plants. 

Z.ioot I3-I 
Satin-wood bon. Trowbbjdce. Z.F.t4t 16 
Saturday mornings. Bukreix. Z.sofi.i 

Saunders, Marshall. Beautiful Joe. Z.F.5B i 

— Fussy Black- Face. Z.F.5B 3 
Sa-Zada tales. Eraser. Z.P.i4f i 
Scaadiaavia. Aanbud. Lisbeth Longfrock. 

[Norway. Fiction.] Z.F.ia > 

— Barnard. How other people live. 

Z.ioa39.i 

— Chauberlain. Europe. Z.iohi.ia 

— CoBURN. Our little Swedish cousin. 

Z.ioh 8.3 

— Ferrvhah. Norway. Z.ioh 8,5 

— LovETT. Norwegian pictures. Z.tah8.io 

— McDonald and Dalrvmple. Gerda in 
Sweden. Z.ioh&6 

— Ramdali. Little journey to Norway and 
Sweden. Z.ioh 8.1 

— Riis. Hero tales of the Far North. 

Z.3oa33.i 
Scandlin, Christiana. Hans the Eskimo. 

Z.10C6.1 
Scaiiet tanager. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t 15 
Schaching, Otto von. The violin maker. 

Z.F.41B I 
Schauffler, Robert H., compiler. Arbor Day: 
its history observance, spirit and signifi- 
cance as related in prose and verse. 

— Christmas. Z.40b 4.1 

— Flag day. Zu|ob4.7 

— Independence day, Z,4ob4,S 

— Lincoln's birthday. Z.4ob 4.5 

— Memorial day. Z.4ob 4.G 

— Thanksgiving. Z.4ob4.4 

— Washington's birthday. Z.4ob4.3 
Schiller, Johann C. F. von. William Tell. 

Translated and adapted to school use by 

C. A. McMurry. Z.4od 15.1 

Schmid, Johann C. von. The cake and The 

Easter eggs. Z.F.933 t 

— The canary bird and other tales. Z.F.93S3 

— The rose bush. Z.F.fl3B 6 
Schmidt, Ferdinand. Charlemagne. Trans- 
lated by G. P. Upton. Z.3ob 9c i 

— The Nibelungs. Translated by G. P. 
Upton. Z.4ahG.i 

— William Tell. Translated by G. P. Upton. 

Z.3ob It 1 

Scboot and College stories. Amicis. Heart. 

Z.F.i4a I 



School and Collage stories, (Contituui.) 

— Bakboub. Captain of the crew. Z.P.sb a 
— — The crimson sweater. Z.FjbS 

Donble play. Z.F.sbs 

For the honor of the school. Z.P.sb 14 

For Yardley. Z.F^b 15 

Forward pass. Z.Fjb 4 

The half-back. Z.P.Sb3 

Kingsford, quarter. Z.F^b I9 

On your mark! Z.Rsbe 

— —The spirit of the school. Z.P.sb 10 

Weatherby's inning. Z.P.sb 11 

— —Winning his "Y." Z.P.sb 13 

— Beacb. An Annapolis first classman. 

Z.F.«)b4 

An Annapolis Plebe. Z.P.agb i 

— ■ — An Annapolis second classman. 

Z.P.3gb 3 
An Annapolis youngster. Z.F.3gb a 

— Bearne. Lance and his friends. Z.F.48b i 

Ridingdale boys. Z.F^Bba 

Ridingdale year. Z.F.48b3 

— Brown. Two college girls. Z.P.4ab 3 

— Burnett. Sara Crewe. Z.P.4ob a 

— Camp. Jack Hall at Yale. Z.P.3C3 

Old Ryerson. Z.F.3C3 

The substitute. Z.Pjc I 

— CoPUB. "As gold in the furnace." 

Z.P.30C 3 

Shadows lifted. Z.P.30C9 

Saint Cuthbert's. Z.F.30CI 

— Curtis. Grandpa's little girls at school. 

Z.F.34C a 

— Diaz. William Henry letters. Z.F.sid i 

— Du Bois. Lass of the silver sword. 

Z.F.a4d a 

— Dudley. The great year. Z.P.36d4 

In the line. Z.F.aGda 

Making the nine. Z.P.a6di 

With mask and mitt. Z.F.36d3 

The Yale cup. Z.P.aeds 

— DuNTON. Betty Wales series. 

Namely (in seqiunet): 
Betty Wales, freshman. Z.P.33W i 
Betty Wales, sophomore. Z.F.3aw3 
Betty Wales, junior. Z.F.33W3 

Betty Wales, senior. Z.P.3flW4 

Betty Wales, B. A. Z.F.sawfi 

— Eahi,. Captain of the school team. 

Z.P.ie3 

On the school team. Z.P.ie I 

The school team in camp. Z.P.ie a 

The school team on the diamond. 

Z.F.ie4 

— Eggleston. Hoosier school-boy. Z.F.7e 3 

— EwiNc. Six to sixteen. Z.P.iie6 

— Finn. Best foot forward. Z.P.iafi 
That football game. Z.F.i3f6 

— French. The junior cup. Z.F.isfi 

— Friedrich. An obstinate maid. Z.P.tjf i 

— Gordon. Glengarry schooldays. Z.P.fig i 

— Grant. Jack Hall. Z.P.i7gi 

— HoBSON. Buck Jones at Annapolis. 

Z.P.3Sh I 

— Hughes, R. Lakerim athletic club. 

Z.F.34h a 

— Hughes, T. Tom Brown's school days. 

Z.P.33h I 
-Johnson. Williams at West Point. 

Z.P.7J I 

— King. Cadet days. Z.P.8k4 

— Knipe. The last lap. Z.P.yki 

— Martin. Abbie Ann. Z.F.t7in i 



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School and College stories. (CoiUmued.) 
Emmy Lou. Z.F.iTma 

— Martineau. Crofton boys. Z.F.tsmi 

— Meyek. The green C. Z.F.33m i 

— MuHKOE and Cathbrwood, editors. Scbooi 

and college days. Z.40C ai.1.7 

— On track and diamond. Z.P^hi 
-Paine. Fugitive freshman. Z.F.6p: 



— PiEH. Boys of St. Timoth/a. Z.F.17P 

Harding of St. Timothy's. Z.F.iTp 3 

Jester of St. Timothy's. Z.F.17P 4 

The new boy. Z,F.i7p3 

— Quirk. Freshman Dorn, pitcher. Z.F^q i 

— Reed. Brenda, her school and her club. 

Z.P.3r I 

— Richards. Peggy. Z.F.iir 5 

— SiNGMASTER. When Sarah went to school. 

Z.F.i4a 9 

— Suits. Jolly good times at school. 

Z.F.19S a 

— Spoffoed. Hester Stanley at St. Mark's. 

Z.F.IM I 

— Stoddard. The quartet. Z.F.33S17 
Saltillo boys. Z.F.33ai9 

— ToRLBV. Godfrey Martin, schoolboy. 

Z.F.iSt I 

— Vaile. Orcutt girls. Z.F.ava 
Sue Orcutt. Z.F.3V3 

— Ward. Gypsy's year at the Golden 
Crescent. Z.F.mw 4 

— Webster. When Patty went to college. 

Z.F.3W I 

— WiLLiAus. Adventures of a freshman. 

Z.F.14W I 
.— WooLSEY. What Katy did at school. 

Z.F.iGw 15 
School gymnastics with light apparatus. 
Bancroft. Z.6oa 7-i 

School of the woods. LoNa Z.ioos 6j 

School teamjn camp. Eabl. Z.F.iea 

School team on the diamond. Eabi- 

Z.F.ie 9 
Schoolboy days in Japan. Grousset. 

Z.iof 3.9 
School-children the world over. Duntoh. 

Z.ioag.! 

Schoolgirls abroad. Mabi. Z.icii i.io 

Schtilt«, James W. Sinopah, the Indian boy. 

Z.F.38a a 

— With the Indians in the Rockies. 

Z.F.a8s I 
Schwartz, Julia A. Five little strangers and 
how they came to live in America. 

Z.ioa 16. 1 

— Wilderness babies. Z.iod54.i 
Schwatka, Frederick. Children of the cold. 

Z.ioc j.a 

Science. Baker. The boys' book of m- 

ventions. Z.soa 98.1 

— FisHEB. The fairyland of science. 

Z.iooa 9.1 

— Good. Magical experiments; or, science 

In play. Z.7ofi.i 

— Holder. The sciences. Z.iooft 3.1 

— Lane. Triumphs of science. Z.iooa 4.1 

— Pepper. The boy's playbook of science. 

Z.jooa loii 

— Russell. Science at home. Z.iooe lo.i 
Scientific American boy. Bond. Z.7ob3.i 
Scientific American boy at school. Bond. 

Z.70b 3.a 



Scollard, Clinton, fditor. Ballads of Ameri- 
can bravery. 2.40678.1 

Score of famous composers. Dole. 

Z.3CHIJA1 

Scotland. Aguilak. Days of Bruce. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.34ai 

— Black. A princess of Thule. [Fictioa.1 

Z.F.3ib I 

— Gbeen. Scottish pictures. Z.ioksai 

— Gh(ekson. The children's book of Edin- 

burgh Z.i6k 3.1 

Scotland. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.iok 3.9 
-The Scottish fairy book. Z.4oh7a.i 

— Henty. Bonnie Prince Charlie. [Fiction. 
Scotland, 1745.] Z.F.isha 

In freedom's cause. [Fiction. Wallace 

and Bruce.] Z.F.ishii 

— LiFFiNCOTT. Bonnie Scotland. Z,iok99.a 

— McDonald and Dalkyufle. Donald in 
Scotland. Z.iok 97.^ 

— Marshall. Scotland's story. Z.ijkai.i 

— Masson. Edinburgh. [Peeps at great 
cities.] Z.iok 95.1 

— Platt and Platt. Stories of the Scottish 
border. Z.iok 57.1 

— Porter. Scottish chiefs. [Fiction. Bruce 
and Wallace.] Z.P.I^ i 

— RoLFE. Tales from Scottish history, in 
prose and verse. Z.iok 39.9 

— Scott. The abbot. [Mary, Queen of 
Scots.] Z.F.gs I 

— — The pirate. [Fiction. Shetland and 

Orkney Islands.] Z.I^Os 13 

Rob Roy. [Glasgow, 1715.] Z.KssS 

Tales of a grandfather. 3 v. Z.iok 94.1 

Other of Scott's noTeli dial with Scotdih hUtoiy. 

— YoNGE. The caged lion. [Fiction. James 
I. of Scotland.] Z.F.iy6 

Scott, Sir Walter, Barotul. 

For other of Scott's norcU conndt tht card 
catologou. 

— The abbot. Z.F^ai 

Marj, Qu«n of Scot!. A seqiiel 10 The moautery. 

— Anne of Geierstein. Z,F.gt9 

Louis XI. and Charlea the Bold, 1474-1477. 

— The antiquary. Z.F,9S3 
Scottiih manners, 1758. 

— The fortunes of Nigel. Z.F.g> 10 

James I., of Ensland, 1610. 

— Guy Mannering. Z.F.gsti 

Southwestern coast and border of Scotland, 17SO- 



-Ivanhoe. 

Richard C<Eur-de-Lion and the 

- Ke nil worth. 

Time of Queen Eliubeth, 1575. 

-The Lady of the Lake. 
-Lay of the last minstrel. 

- Marmion. 

- The monastery. 

- Peveril of the Peak. 
Time of Charles II., 1660-16S0. 

- The pirate. 

Life in the Orkneys, about lyt 

- Quentin Durward. 



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1 XI. 



-Rob Roy. 

HiRhland life and Glassow. 

-Tales of a grandfather. 



Z.F.g8 4 

Templar*, 11 94. 

Z.F4)sg 

Z.4oe4fl.i 
Z.4oe4a.9 
^«e4»4 
Z.F4B 15 
Z.F.gB 19 

Z.VjaBi3 

Z.F.9SB 

Z.F.g8 6 

Z.iok 94.1 



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BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 



Scott. 5*1*- Walter, Baronet. (Contimied.) 

— The talisman. Z.P^S 

Third CratBdc, Richard Cimr-dc-Lian and Sa- 



Z.F.9B 7 



Z.40b 73.1 



United States 



Udin. 11 93. 

— Woodstock. 

Cromwell and Ourlea II., iSsa-itifio. 

Scott, Sir Walter. Bolton. Famous Eng- 
lish authors. 2.3033.5 

— — Lives of poor boys who became 
famous. Z.3oa 3.S 

— MAKitis. Pleasant authors for young 
folks. Z.3oa 33.3 

— Mitchell. About old story-tellers. 

Z.3aa 87.1 

— Wright. Children's stories in English 

literature. Vol. 2. Z.goa 75.1 

Scottish chiefs. PoKTEH. Z.F.I4D i 

Scottish fairy book. Geiebson, 
Scout master of Troop 5. Thurston. 

Z.F.7t a 

Scooting for boys. Powell. Z.7ob 13.1 

Scouting for Washington. True. Z.F,rst4 

Scouting games. Foweli. Z.7ob 13.3 

Scudder, Horace E. The Bodley books. 

Namely (in sequence): 

Doings of the Bodley family. Z.F.6S4 

The Bodieys telling stories. Z.F.6b8 

The Bodieys afoot. Z.F.6sa 

The Bodley grandchildren and their 

journey to Holland. Z,P.6s3 

The English Bodley family. Z.F.ese 

The Viking Bodieys. Z.F.Bs 7 

— Boston Town. Z.aom 1.7 

— George Washington. ~ - .. 
^A history of the 

America. Z.aoa 18.3 

Scudder, Horace E., editor. The book of 

fables and folk stories. Z^ohss.a 

— The book of legends. Z^bss-i 

— The children's book; a collection of the 
best and most famous stories and poems 
in the English language. Z.F.6B5 

Scudder, Samuel H. Every-day butterflies. 
Z.ioom9.I 

— The life of a butterfly. Z.ioomg.a 
Sea and land. Shaler. Z.ioog 6,1 
Sea fighters from Drake to Farragut. 

Fkothinrhau. Z.iob 7.1 

Sea stories. 

S« also Naiat fife. 

— Ballawtyne. The coral island. Z.F.ib 6 
Gascoyne, the sandal-wood trader. 

Z.F.ib 3 

The lifeboat. Z.F.ib a 

The Red Eric. Z.F.ib i 

The world of ice. Z.F.ib 5 

— Bbady. Sea stories. Z.40C ai.a.13 

— BuLLEN. Cruise of the Cachalot. 

Z.iob ii.i 

— — Frank Brown, sea apprentice. Z.F.5ob i 

— Clabk. Boy life in the United States 
navy. Z.F.17C i 

— Cooper. Afloat and ashore. Z.P.Scfi 

Miles Wallingford. Z.F.Sc 10 

Pilot. Z.F.8C3 

— Dana. Two years before the mast. 

Z.iob 4,1 

— Duncan. Adventures of Billy Topsail. 

Z.F.a7d I 

— Fehn. Syd Belton. Z.F.afi 

— Gbbntkll. Adrift on an ice-pan. 

Z.jocB.1 



Sea stories. (Contitmed.) 

— Hale. Stories of the sea. Z.iob 0.1 

— Hayes. Cast away in the cold. Z.F.34h i 

— Henderson. Afloat with the flag. 

ZTF.iSh I 

— Henty. Under Drake's flag. Z.F.ish 16 

— Hopkins. The sandman: his sea stories. 

Z.F.33h4 

— Kipling. Captains courageous. Z.P,i3k4 

— Leickton. Olaf the Glorious, Z.F.7I i 

— — Pilots of Pomona. Z.F.7la 
The wreck of the Golden Fleece. 

Z.F.7I3 

— London. Cruise of the Dazzler. Z.F,i4li 

— Markyat. Masterman Ready. Z.F.4m3 

— MuNROE. Dorymates. Z.F.24m la 

— NoRsHOFF, Man of war life. Z.aohi7.i 

— Packard. The young ice whalers. 

Z.F.5P I 

— Robinson. For the honor of the flag. 

Z.F.iQr I 

— Russell. Wreck of the "Grosvenor. 

Z.F.3ir I 

— Seawell. Quarterdeck and fok'sle. 

Z.F.88 4 

— Slocum. Around the world in the sloop 
Spray. Z.iob 14.1 

— Stevenson. Treasure Island. Z.F.17B 5 

— Stoddard. Longshore boys. Z.P.34g i 
— — Noank's log. Z.F.33S 11 

— Vernej Twenty thousand leagues under 
the sea. Z.F.7V 3 

Seabury, Joseph B. Porto Rico: the land 

of the rich port. Z.10I13.1 

Sealed packet. Brunowe. Z.F.aib 5 

Seaman, Augusta H. Jacqueline of the 

carrier pigeons. Z.F.78 i 

— When a cobbler ruled the king. Z.F.7sa 
Search for Andrew Field. Tomlinson. 

Z.F.i3t I a 
Seashore lite. Damon. Ocean wonders. 
' Z.iDon io.t 

— Duncan. The seashore. Z.ioon la.i 

— Hardy. Sea stories for wonder eyes. 

Z.tooo 5.1 

— Mayeb. Seashore life. Z.toonit.i 
Seawell, Molly E. Decatur and Somers. 

Z.F.SB 7 

— The imprisoned midshipman. Z.F.Ssi 

— Little Jarvis. Z.F.Ss 5 

— The lively adventures of Gavin Hamil- 
ton; a story of the Seven Years' War. 

Z.P.8S6 

— Midshipman Paulding. Z.F.SsS 

— Paul Jones. Z.F.Ssa 

— The son of Columbus. Z.P.8B9 

— Virginia cavalier. Z.F.88 3 
Second book of birds. Miller. Z.ioop 9,3 
Second boys' book of model aeroplanes. 

Collins. ^'49^ a: 

Second jungle book. Kipling. 
Second violin. Richmond. Z.F.ii 

Secret garden. Burnett. Z.F.4ob4 

Secret of achievement. Mardeh. Z.3oa86.3 
Secret of old Thunder-Head. Irwin. 

Z.F.4i I 
Secret of the clan. Brown. Z.F.45ba 

Secrets of the hills. Craig. Z.ioocio.i 

Seed babies. Morlky. Z.ioot aa.3 

Seed dispersal. Beau Z.ioot i.i 

Seelye, Elizabeth E. The story of Columbus. 
Z.3ob 3c 7 

— The story of Washington. Z.3obiW3 



Z.5oa aa.a 
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Sigi . 

Moscow. Z.ioh I.3I 

SCgnr, Sophie, Comiesse de. Acts of the 
Apostles for children. Z.gob aa.i 

— Sophie. Z.F.IIS i 

— The story of 3. donkey. Z.F.iia a 
Selden, Fraok H. Elementary woodwork. 

Z.50CS.1 
Sellar, Edmund P. The story of Nelson. 

Z.3ob 6n 3 
Senior school poetry book. Fktkrson. 

Z4M1S.1 
SergeaBt, Lewis. Greece. Z.ish 5.7 

Seto of Colorado. Kaler. Z.aob 34.8 

Seton, Ernest Thompson. Biography of a 
grizzly. Z.iool 53.5 

—The book of woodcraft and Indian lore. 

Z.TOb 13.3 

— Boy scouts of America. Z.Tob I3.a 

— Lives of the hunted. Z.tool 53.8 
^Lobo, Rag and Vixen. Z.iool S3.a 
^Monarch, the big bear of Tallac. 

Z.iool 53.4 

— Two tittle savages. Z.P.iata 

— The wild animal play for children. 

Z^odaj.! 
^ Wild animals I have known. Z.iool 53.7 
Seton, Ernest Thompson, editor. The animal 
story book. [Young folks' library.] 

Z.^ 31.3.6 

Settlers in Canada. Mabbyat. Z.F.4in 3 

Seven heroines of Christendom. Yonge. 

Z.3oa 68.1 
Seven little sisters. Andrews. Z.F.ga 3 

Seven of us. Brukowe. Z.F.3ib 3 

Sewell, Anna. Black Beauty. Z.F.sfis i 

Sewing. Abchek. Needlecraf t. Z.jof 8.1 

— FosTEK. Sewing fiir little girls. Z-sof 6.3 

— Kbllbv. Three hundred things a bright 
girl can do. Z.Sob7.i 

— Morgan. How to dress a doll. Z.5of 3.1 

— Ralston. When mother lets us sew. 

Zjof+i 
Shadows lifted. Copus. Z.F.soc 9 

Sbahan, Thomas J., editor. Myths and 
legends. [Young folks' library.] 

Z40C31.1.6 
Shakespeare, William. As yon like it. 

Z.40C14.7 
— Julius Cffisar. Z.40C 14.10 

— Merchant of Venice. Z.40C14.17 
^A midsummer-night's dream. Z.4DC 14.18 
^Tfae tempest. Z.40C 14.30 

— The winter's tale. Z.40Ci4.aa 
Shakespeare, William. Adapiatioiu. Couch. 

Historical tales from Shakespeare. 

Z.40C 14.3 

— Lahb. Tales from Shakespeare. 

Z40C 14.34 

— Maclzod. The Shakespeare story-book. 

Z40CI4.4 

— MoBRis. Tales from Shakespeare. 

Z40C 14.35 

Shakespeare, William. M'Ilwraith. A book 

about Shakespeare. Z.3ob as 3 

— RoiFE. Shakespeare the boy. Z.3ob3ai 
Shaler, Nathaniel S. Aspects of the earth. 

Z.I 00c 7.3 

— A first book in geology. Z.100C7.1 

— Sea and land. Z.ioog 6.1 

— Story of our continent. Z.iooc ?•> 



Sharp, Dallas L. The fall of the year. 

Z.IOOS I3.I 

^Spring of the year. Z.100S13.3 

— Winter. Z.iooaixa 
Sharp eyes. GiBsoK. Z.ioos 5.3 
Shaw, Charles D. Stories of the ancient 

Greeks. Z4oh 88.1 

Shaw, Edward R. Big people and little 

Seople of other lands. Z.ioa 94.1 

iscoverers and explorers. Z.iob 13.1 
Shaw, Flora L. Castle Blair. Z.P.sjs a 

— Hector. Z.F.35S I 

— Phyllis Browne. Z.F.35S3 
Shedlock, Marie L., eomptUr. A collection of 

eastern stories and legends. Z.4oh 81.1 
Sheer pluck and other stories. Beaskb. 

Z.F.48b II 
Sherman, Frank D. Little folk lyrics. 



Sherwood, Mary E. W. Royal triris and 
royal courts. Z.3oa73.i 

Ship of State. By those at the helm. 

Z.3^II.l 

Ships and Sailors. 

See al» Naial life; 5e« (torio. 

— Brooks. Story of the American sailor. 

Z.3oh i.i 

— Dasa. Two years before the mast. 

Z.iob 4.1 

— DoRLiNa All about ships. Z.5oa3i.i 

— Frothimghau. Sea fighters from Drake 
to Farragut. Z.iob 7.1 

— Mahan. Admiral Farragut. Z.3ob3fi 

— TowLE Drake, the sea king of Devon. 

Z^bsdi 
Shipwreck, The. Spillman. Z.F.43S3 

Shoemaker, Charles C, compiler. Young 
folks' dialogues. Z.fod 16.5 

Shoemaker, Mrs. J. W., editor. Choice dia- 
logues. Z.4od 16.3 
Short stories for short people. Aspinwall. 
Z.P.iaa I 
Shute, Katharine H., compiler. The land of 
song. 3 V. Z.40cGa.i 
Siam. Knox. Boy travellers in the far 
East: Siam and Java. Z.iof 1.33 

— Young. Siam. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.iof i.ii 

Sidgwick, Cecily. Germany. [Peeps at 

many lands.] Z.iob 3.$ 

Sidney, Margaret, pseud. See Lothrop, 

Harriet M. 
Side lights in American history. Ei.so)i. 

Z.3oa9.3 

Sidney, Sir Philip. Baldwin. Fifty famous 

stories retold. Z.i5a3.i 

— Bourne. Sir Philip Sidney. Z.30b 4a 1 

— Creighton. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok 37.1 

— Peake. Boy's book of heroes. Z.joa i&i 

— Trowbridge. Brave deeds. [Young folks' 

1 i b ra ry . ] Z.40C 3 1.3.10 

— Whicht. Children's stories in English 

literature. Vol. i. Z.3oa^^i 

Siege of Leyden. Motley. Z.KA3.7 

Siegfried. 

Ste also NibeluDsenlied. 

— Baldwin. Story of Siegfried. Z.4oh3^ 

— Ragozin. Siegfried, the hero of the north. 

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Siepen, Edith. Berlin. [Peeps at great 

cities.] Z.ioha.io 

Signal boys. Egglbston. Z.F.7e4 

Silas Harner. EuoT. Z.F.Sea 

Silver medal. Tbowbudge. Z.F.i4tao 

Silver pitchers. Alcott. Z.F.sa la 

Silver thread and other folk plays. Mackav. 

Z.4odig.3 

Silver treasury of poetry. Bkackstt and 

Eliot. Z.^ 3.1 

Simmonds, Ralph. All about airships: a 

book for boys. Z.soa aj.i 

Sindelar, Joseph C. Christinas celebrations. 

Z.4od ii.i 

^Lincoln Day entertainments. Z.4od3i.3 

— Thanksgiving entertainments. Z^od 31.3 

— Washington Day entertainments. 

Z4od3M 

Singing circle. Bell. Z.130C38.1 

Singmaster, Elsie. When Sarah saved the 

day. Z.F.14S I 

— When Sarah went to school. Z.F.14B3 
Sing-Bong; a nursery rhyme book. Rossbtti. 

Z-4oe53.i 
Sinopah, the Indian boy. Schultz. 

Z.F.a8sa 

Sintram and hts companions. La Mottb 

FouQut. Z.40C 33.1 

Sir Bcvis. Jeffebies. Z.iooaiS-i 

Sisters of Notre Dame. Leading events in 

the history of the Church: for children. 

^ V. Z.90C 3.1 

Siviter, Anna P. Nehe; a tale of the time 

of Artaxerxes. Z.P.i3a i 

A itory of NchemUh ind the rebaildlng of the 

walls of Jernudem. 

Six faiiy plays for children. Syrbtt. 

Z.4od 17. 1 
Six girls and Bob. Taggart. Z.F.it 15 

Six girls and the tea room. Taggabt. 

Z.F.it 18 
Six little cooks. Kikeland. Z.P.iska 

Six nursery classics. O'Shka. Z.iaobs.! 
Six to sixteen. Ewing. Z.F.iie6 

Stating. Adaus. Harper's outdoor book. 
Z.7ob 3.1 

— Bakboub. Book of school and college 
sports. Z.7ob6.i 

■^ Beabd. American boys' handy book. 

Z.7oa J.3 
— — Outdoor handy book, Z.yob i.a 

— Bond. Scientific American boy. Z.70b a.i 

— Lewis. Every boy's book of sport and 
pastime. Z.7oa5.i 

— Thdupson. Boys' book of sports. 

Z.7ob g.i 
Skeat, Walter W. The past at our doors. 

Z.ioasi.a 
Sleeping Beaaty. Lang. Z.isob 1.7 

Sleepy-Bme stories. Booth. Z.F.a7b 1 

Sloane, Thomas O'C. Electric toy making 

for amateurs. Z.iook7.9 

Sloane, William M. The French war and 

the Revolution. Z.aod 7.1 

Slocum, Joshua. Around the world in the 

sloop Spray. Z.iob 14.I 

Slowcoach, The. Lucas. Z.P.i7i a 

Smith, Captain John. Jbhks. Captain John 

Smith. Z.3ab 6b i 

Smith, Eugene. Home aquarium and how 

to care for it. Z.ioong.i 

Stnlth, Fred. The world of animal life. 

Z.iool S0.1 



Smith, Gertrude. The Arabella and Aram- 

inta stories. Z.F.iSsa 

— The beautiful story of Doris and Julie. 

Z.F.18S I 
—The boya of Marmiton Prairie. Z.F.iSgs 
Smith, Helen A. The colonies- Z.aob 23.1 
^ Great cities of the ancient world. 

Z.t5h(i.t5 
^ Great cities of the modern world. 

Z.ioa 18.1 

.— History of Russia in words of one 

syllable. Z.iah4^ 

— One hundred famous Americans. 

Z^oa33.i 
Smith, Mary C. Life in Asia. Z.iof 1.8 

Smith, Mary E. E. Eskimo stories. 

Z.130C 31.1 

Smith, Mary P, W. The boy captive in 

Canada. Z.F.19S 14 

— The boy captive of old Deerfield. 

Z.P.19S 13 

— Boys and girls of seventy-seven. Z.F.igs 8 

— Boys of the border. Z.F.igi 15 

— The Browns. Z.F.igs 16 

— A jolly good summer. Z^F.igss 
— Jolly good times at Hackmatack. 

Z.F.igs I 

— Jolly good times at school. Z.F.igaa 

— Jolly good times; or, child-life on a farm, 

Z.P.iga 3 

— Jolly good times to-day. Z.F.igs 4 

— More good times at Hackmatack. 

Z.F.igs 6 

— Their canoe trip. Z.F.igs7 

— The young and old Puritans of Hatfield. 

Z.P.iga 10 
— The young Puritans in captivity. 

Z.F.ig8 la 

—The young Puritans in King Philip's War. 

Z.F.ig8 g 

— The young Puritans of Old Hadley. 

Z.F.I9B II 
Smith, Minna C. Our own country. 

Z.aop 6.1 

— Red Top Ranch : a story of ranch life in 
Wyoming. Z.P.aoB i 

Smith, Sara T. Fred's little daughter. 

Z.F.ais I 
Smith, Mrs. W. H. The children's Japan. 
Z.iof 3.16 
Smith, William. A history of Greece. 

Z.i5h 5.13 
Smoky Day's wigwam evenings. Eastman. 
Z.30g 35.3 
Snedden, Genevra S. Docas the Indian boy 
of Santa Clara. Z.aog 18.1 

Snow baby. Peary. Z.10C4.1 

Snow image. Hawthorne. Z.F.iih4 

Snow man and other stories. Lang. 

Z.F.3I 14 
Snowland folk. Fcabv. Z.10C4.3 

Snow-shoes and sledges. Munroe. 

Z.F.34m 31 
Soap-bubbles and the forces which mould 
them. Boys. Z.ioof 4.1 

So-Fat and Mew-Mew. Cbaik. Z.ijobO.! 
Soldier Rigdalc. Dix. Z.F.iid i 

Soldiers of the Duke. Madden. Z.F.aam i 
Soley, James R. The boys of 1812 and 
other naval heroes. Z.aoh ii.t 

— Sailor boys of '61. Z.aoe 13.1 
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Some strange corners oi our cooatnr. Lux- 
MIS. Z.30P i6^ 

Some useful animals. Uonteith. Z.ioa 39.1 
Son o( Columbus. Seawell. Z.F.Ssg 

Son of Satsuma. Munkoe. Z.V..a4m 16 

Son of the Revolution. Brooks. Z.F.iSb 5 
Song of life. MoBLBY. Z.iooIaS-i 

Songs. Abnim. April baby's book of tunes. 
Z.i3ob &i 

— Bacon. Songs that every child should 
know. Z.I30C 3.1 

— CooNLEY. Singing verses for children. 

Z.iaoc 1 3.1 

— Elliott. National nursery rhymes and 
songs. Z.iaoc 33.1 

— FoBSYTHE. Old songs for young America. 

Z.I30C 3I.I 

— GouvB. Children's singing games. 

Z.iaoc 19. 1 

— — Old English singing games. Z.iaoeiga 

— GssBNAWAY. Day in a child's life. 

Z.I30C 30.I 

— HuicpESDiMCK. Sang und Klang. 

Z.I30C44.I 

— Lablbr. Kling-Klang Gloria. Z.iaoc aG.i 

— Merck. Unser Liederbuch. 2 v. 

Z.isoc 8.1 

— Moffat. Our old nursery rhymes. 

Z.iaoc 40-1 

— PoULSSON. Finger plays. Z.iaoc 35.3 

— St. Nicholas songs. Z.iaoc 30.1 

— WiiKiB. Old songs and rounds. Z.iaoc 43.1 
Songs and rhjrmes for the little ones. Mor- 
rison. Z.4oe 39.1 

s for the little ones at home. Z.4oe 60.1 



Sophie. S^GUR. Z.P.iis i 

Sophie Hay, pseud. See Clarke, Rebecca S. 

Soto, Hernando de. Abbott. Ferdinand 

de Soto. Z.sobsdi 

— Drake. Making of the great West. 

Z.aom 6.7 

— FiSKB Discovery of America. Vol. 1. 

Z.aob 31.1 

— GoRDY. American leaders and heroes, 

Z.aoa 14.3 

— Hart. Colonial children. Z.3ob 10.1 

— HiOGiNSON. Young folks' book of Ameri- 
can explorers. Z.3ob 37.1 

— Lucia. Stories of American discoverers. 

Z.3ob 33.1 

— McMuRRY. Pioneers of the Mississippi 
valley. Z.aob 15.3 

— MoWRY. First steps in the histon' of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— Pratt. America's story for America's 
children. Z.aob ai.3 

— Sbaw. Discoverers and explorers. 

Z.iob 13.1 

— Sparks. Famous explorers. Z.40Cai.a.g 
Sound bodies. Blaikie. Z.6oa i.i 
South seas. Abbott. Z.iod z.i 
Southworth, Gertrude. Builders of our 

country. 2 v. Z.sob 16.1 

Souvestre, Smile. French eggs in an English 

basket. Z.F.45S i 

Sowerby, Gitba. Little plays for little 

people. Z.4od34.i 

Spaia. Brownb. Spain. [Peeps at many 

lands.] Z.ioh 6.18 

— Carpenter. Europe. Z.ioh 1.9 



Spaio. (CoHtmued.) 

— Chamberlain. Europe. Z.iob x.ia 

— Cob. Modern Europe. Z.iidi i.a 

— Hale and Hale. A family flight through 
Spain. Z.KAG.10 

— Heroes of chivalry. Bayard and The Cid. 

Z^3oa83.i 

— iRViNa The Albambra. Z,iob 8.4 
Conquest of Granada. Z.iob U 

— Knox, Boy travellers in Southern 

Europe. Z.ioh 1.5 

— Morris. Historical tales. Spain. 

Z.ttih 6.13 

— Roulet. Our little Spanish cousin. 

Z.i(di6.4 
^ Under sunny sides. Z.ioh 6.5 

— Whitcomb and George. Little journey to 
Italy and Spain and Portugal. Z.ioh 6.1 

— Wilson. Story of the Cid. Z.3ob3c8 
Spalding, Henry S., SJ. The race for Copper 

Island. Z.F.40B t 

Spanisb-Americaa War. 1898. Abbott. 
Naval history of the United States. 

Z.aohi4.t 

— Breeeton. Under the Spangled Banner. 
[Fiction.] Z.F.53b4 

— Brooks. The story of our war with 
Spain. Z.aof 3.1 

— DouBLEDAV. A gunner aboard the 
"Yankee." Z.aof ^i 

— Drysdale. Cadet Standish of the St. 

Louis. [Fiction.] Z.F.33d 3 

— HoBsoN. In line of duty. [Fiction.] 
Z.F.35b 3 

?iction.' 

z.F.a_ 

— Kalee. The boys of '98. Z.aof 5.1 

— MowRY and MowKV. American heroes 
and heroism. Z.aoa 15.1 

— MuNHOE. "Forward march." [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a4ma9 

— Ross. Heroes of onr war with Spain. 

Z.9of3.i 
Spanish in the southwest. Winterbueh. 

Z.aob 11.1 

Sparks. Famons explorers. [Young folks' 

library.] Z.40C 31.1.11 

Speakers. Baldwin. Harper's School 

speaker. 3 v. Z.4ob5.i 

— Bellamy and Goodwin. Open Sesame. 
1 V. Z.4ob6.i 

LACKSTONE. New pieces that will take 
speaking contests. Z.4|od5.i 
"" Beacon lights of patriotism. 

— Cumnock. School speaker. Z.4od4.3 

— FoBES. Five minute declamations. 

Z.40b i&i 

— Hyde. The school speaker. Z^obs.! 

— Le Row. Pieces for every occasion. 

Z.4od3a.i 

— Stevenson and Stevenson. Days and 

deeds. A book of verse. Z.4ob la.i 

Days and deeds. Prose. Z.4ob i3,a 

Spearman, Frank H. The mountain divide. 

Z.F.3T I 

Spectacle man. Leonard. Z.F.3ii a 

Spenser, Edmund. AdaPlaHons. Church. 

The faery queen and her knights. 

Z.4ohioj 

— Macleod. Stories from the Faerie 
Queene. Z.40C !$.« 



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knight. Z40C 15.3 

— ToWKV. Spenser for children. Z.40C i5>i 
Spenser, Edmund. Wright. Children's 

stories in English literature. Z,3oa 75.1 
SpDlmaim, Joseph. The cabin boys. 

Z F.433 t 

— Children of Mary; a tale of the Caucasus. 

Z.'P^aa ^ 

^Love your enemies; a tale of the Afaon 

insurrections in New Zealand. Z.P.4as4 

— The shipwreck. Z.F.43Ba 
Spinner family. Pattebson. Z.ioom 7.1 
Spinning-wheel stories. Alcott. Z.F.sa 13 
Spirit of the school. Bakbour. Z.F.sb 10 
Spofford, Harriet P. Fairy changeling. 

Z.4od3S.i 

— Hester Stanley at St, Mark's. Z.F.tos i 
Sports. See Athletics; Games, Sports and 

Amusements. 
Sportsman Joe. Sandys. Z.F.398 i 

Spring and summer school celebrations.' 

Ke llogg. Z.40d 33. 1 

Spring of the year. Sharp. Z.ioob 13.3 

Spy. CooFBB. Z.F.8C i 

Spy of Yorktown. Stoddard. Z.F.33S 13 

Spyri, Johanaa. Gritli's children. Z.F.34S 5 

— Heidi. Z.F.34S1 

— Moni, the goat boy and other stories. 

Z.F.34S 2 

— Rico and Wiseli. Z.F.34B4 
Squirrels and other fur-bearers. Burroughs. 

Z.ioob 8.T 
Stack, Frederic W. Wild flowers every child 
should know. Z.ioot 33.1 

StKodisb, Miles. Abbott. Miles Standish, 
Captain of the Pilgrims. Z.3ob 19 i 

Standuh of Standish. Austin. Z.F.iga i 
Stanley, Henry M. How I found Living- 
stone. Z.iO(Ci6t 
Stan/ey, Henry M. Douglas. In lion land; 
the story of Livingstone and Stanley. 

Z.3ob gl I 

— Heroic lives. Z.3oa'83.i 

— JsNKS. Boy's book of explorations. 

Z.iob 10.1 

— Vadtier. The story of H. M. Stanley, 

Z.3ob 5s I 
Star jewels and other wonders. Brown. 

Z.F.47b I 
Starr, Frederick. American Indians. 

Z.30g 30.1 

— On the hills; a series of geological talks. 

Z.IOOC I3.I 

— Strange peoples, Z.ioa ig.i 
Stars. See Astronomy. 

Stan shown to the children. Hawks. 

Z.ioob 7.1 

Start in life. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t 17 

Statesmen. Brooks. Z.soa so.i 

Steamboats. Cochrahs. Wonders of modem 

mechanism. ^:?'^'^ ^'-^ 

— Doubleday. Stories of inventors. Z.5oa 3.1 

— Hale. Stories of invention. Z.5oa 18.1 

— HowDBN. The boy's book of steamships. 

Z.50C 5.1 

— Ihgersoll. Book of the ocean. Z.ioon j.a 

— MowBv. American inventions and in- 
ventors. Z.soaao,! 

Steam engines. Hale. Stories of invention. 
Z-soa 18.1 



Steam eagiaea. (Cmtmufd.) 

— Holdeh. The sciences. Z.iooas.! 

— Hopkins. Home mechanics. Z.joc 7.1 

— MowRY, American inventions and in- 
ventors. Z.soa 30.1 

— RocHELEAU. Great American industries. 

Vol. 3. Z.soa 30.1,3 

— Williams. How it works. Z.soa 31.3 
Stedman, Donald C. The story of Here- 
ward, the champion of England. 

Z.iok ea.i 
Steedman, Amy. Our island saints. 

Z.90C 10.1 

Steel, Flora A. Tales of the Punjab: told by 

the people. Z.40h4S.I 

Stein, Evaleen. Gabriel and the hour book. 

Z.F.iss 3 

— The little Count of Normandy. Z.F.15S3 

— A little shepherd of Provence. Z.F.15B i 
Stephen of Philadelphia. Kaler. Z.aob 34.5 
Stephens, William P. Canoe and boat 

building. Z.70C3.1 

Stepping stones to literature. Arnold and 

Gilbert. Z. 130c 7.1 

Sterling, Mary B. Story of Sir Galahad. 

Z.4oh 37.3 

Stevenson, Augusta, Children's classics in 

dramatic form. Books 3, 4, 5. Z.4odi8.i 
Stevenson, Burton E. A child's guide to 

biography. American — Men of action. 
Z.3oa 34.3 

— A guide to biography for young readers. 
American^ — Men of mind, Z.3oa34.i 

Stevenson, Burton E., compiler. Poems of 
American history. Z.4oe 63.1 

Stevenson, Burton E., and Elizabeth B. 
Stevenson, compilers. Days and deeds. 
A book of verse for children's reading and 
speaking. Z.4ob 19,9 

— Days and deeds. Prose for children's 
reading and speaking. Z.4ob 13.9 

Stevenson, Robert Louis. The black arrow; 
a tale of the two Roses. Z.P.i7a3 

— A child's garden of verses. Z.4oe58.i 

— David Balfour. Z.F.1784 

Sequel to Kidaftpped. 

— Kidnapped: being memoirs of the adven- 
tures of David Balfour in the year 1751. 

Z.F.17S 3 

— Treasure Island. Z.F.17S1 
Stewart, Mary. "Tell me a true story, 

Z.9ob t8.i 
Stickoey, J. H., and Ralph Hoffmann. Bird 
world. Z.ioop 13.1 

Stirling, Amelia H. Torch-bearers of his- 
tory. Z.3oa 64.1 
Stockton, Frank R. Bee-man of Orn, and 
other fanciful tales. Z.F.33S 7 
-~ Buccaneers and pirates of our coasts. 

Z.aoa 33.3 

— Captain Chap. Z.F.33S i 

— The clocks of Rondaine. Z.F.33S5 

— Fanciful tales. Z.F.33S8 

— The floating prince, and other fairy tales. 

Z.F.39sg 

— A jolly fellowship. Z.F.33S 10 

— Personally conducted. Z.ioh 1.19 

— Round-about rambles. Z.iooa&i 

— The story of Viteau. Z.F.33B6 

— Tales out of school. Z.F^9B 11 

— Ting-a-ling. Z.Flsas 4 

— The young master of Hyson Hall. 

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Stoddard, William O. Among the lakes. 

Z.F.33I i6 

— The battle of New York. Z.F.338 i 

— Chris, the model maker. 2.F.Mg 18 

— Chuck Purdy; the story of a New York 
boy. Z.F.33I 3 

— Chumley's Post; a story of the Pawnee 
trail. Z.F.33S 4 

— Crowded out o' Crofield; or, the boy who 
made his way. Z.F.43S3 

— Dab Kinzer; a story of a growing boy. 
Z.F.33I 6 

; story ot a r 

— Guert Ten Eyck. Z.F.338 S 

The Revolndon and Nalhan Hilc, the tpj. 

—John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. 

Z.3oa ig.3 

— Little Smoke; a tale of the Sioux. 

Z.F.33t 7 

— Longshore days. Z.F.348 i 

— Men of business. (Men of achievement.] 

Z.3oa 1 0.1 

— The Noank's log; a privateer of the 
Revolution. Z.F.338 11 

— On the old frontier. Z.F.33B la 
— >The quartet; a sequel to Dab Kinzer. 

Z.F.339 17 

— The red mustang; a story of the Mexican 
border. Z.F.33a 31 

— Saltillo boys. Z.F.33a ig 

— The spy of Yorktown. Z.F.33S13 
^The talking leaves; an Indian story. 

Z.P.33a9 

— Two Arrows; a story ot red and white. 

Z.F.338 15 

— Ulysses S. Grant. Z.sobags 

— The White Cave. Z.F.33B 10 

— Winter fun. Z.F.33B ao 

— With the Black Prince. Z.F.33B 14 
Stokes, Susan. Ten common trees. 

Z.ioot ig.i 
Stone, G. L., and M. G. Fickctt, compOtrs. 
Days and deeds a hundred years ago. 

Z.3od 6.1 

— Everyday life in the colonies. Z.aob 18.1 

— Trees in prose and poetry. Z.ioot 16.1 
Stone, Witmer, and W. E, Ccam. American 

animals. Z.iool 31. i 

Storied holidays. Brooks. Z.F.iSb^ 

Storied West Indies. Ober. Z.iol 13.1 

Stories and poems for children. Thaxtbr. 

Z.4oe43.3 
Storie8 and tales. Andersen. Z.4oh3.7 

Stories children love. Welsh. Z.F.gwi 
Stories for boys. Davis. Z.F.i7di 

Stories from British history. Bevah. 

Z.iok 38.1 
Stories from early New York history. Wil- 
liams. Z.3om 4.1 
Stories from famous ballads. Lifpincott. 
Z.40C4-r 
Stories from Irish history. Gwynn. 

Z.isk 14.1 
Stories from Italian history. Tbootbeck. 

Z.ioh e.a6 
Stories from life. Mardbh. Z.isa 13.1 

Stories from Livy. Chukch. Z.4oh 10.7 

Stories from old French romance. Buxton. 

Z.4ob64.3 
Stories from seven old favorites. Tappan. 

24007.5 



Stories from the chronicle of the Cid. 
Plumuer. Z^b 8c I 

Stories from the classics. Tappan. Z.40C 7.3 
Stories from the Crusades. Kelman. 

Z.ijh 1.90 

Stories from the Greek comedians. Church. 

Z.4oh 10.10 

Stories from the Greek tragedians. Church. 

Z^oh io.g 
Stories from the Hebrew. Hreruans. 

Z.gob 5.1 
Stories from the Norseland. Eduison. 

Z.4oh 67.1 

Stories grandmother knew. Z,F,i6s I 

Stories in stone from the Roman Forum. 

Lovell. Z.i5h 6.7 

Stories Mother Nature told. Andrews. 

Z.iOM g.a 
Stories of adventure. Hale. Z.iob 9.3 

Stories of American discoverers. Lucu. 

Z.3ob 33.1 
Stories of American explorers. GoRDY. 

Z.3oa 14. 1 
Stories of ancient peoples. Arnold. 

Z.i5h 1.1 
Stories of Beowulf. Marshall. Z.4ofai35.i 
Stories of cathedral cities of England. Mar- 
shall. Z.iok lai 
Stories of childhood and nature. Browh. 

Z.100S 1.1 
Stories of colonial children. Pratt. 

Z.30b 31.1 

Stories of discovery. Hale. Z.iabg.3 

Stories of early England. Buxton. 

Z.i5k6.i 
Stories of great Americans for. little Ameri- 
cans. Eggleston. Z.aoa 7.1 
Stories of great artists. Horne and Scobby. 

Z.iaoa S.I 
Stones of the great feasts of our Lord. 
Butler. Z.goc4.i 

Stories of the Great West, Roosevelt. 

Z.aop 15.1 
Stories of heroic deeds. Johonhot. Z.isa 3S.3 
Stories of Indian chieftains. Husted. 

Z.a^ 37.3 
Stories of Indian children. Husted. 

Z.aog 37,1 
Stories of industry. Chase and Clow. 

Z.503I9.I 

Stories of invention. Hale. Z^soa 18.3 

Stories of inventors. Doubledav. Z.soas.! 
Stories of legendary heroes. Tappan. 

Z.40C7.4 

Stories of long ago in a new dress. Kupper. 

Z^4ob 37.1 

Stories of Mother Goose Village. Bigham, 

Z.130C 16.1 

Story of music and musicians. Lillie. 

Z.I30C t.I 

Stories of my four friends. Andrews. 

Z.ioosu 
Story of my life. Keller. Z.sobika 

Stones of Norse heroes. Buxton. Z40h64.i 
Stories of pioneer life. Bass. Z.sobsj.i 
Stories of royal children retold from St. 

Nicholas. Z.3oa37.i 

Stories of school and college days. Munkob 

and Catherwood. Z40C 31.1.7 

Stories of the Badger State [Wisconsin]. 

Thwaites. Z.9om&4 

Stories of the great astronomers. Holdsn. 

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Stories of the Middle Ages retold from St. 
Nicholas. Z.ishi.ia 

Storiea of the old Bay State. Brooks. 

Z-aom a.3 
Stones of the Old Dominion. Coorb. 

Z.aom 5,5 
Stories of the Republic. Z.aoa 41-1 

Stories of three saints. Macgregor. 

Z.gob 33.1 
Stories of useful inventions. Fobuan. 

Z.soa 35.1 
Stories of woods and fields. Browk. 

Z.ioos 1.3 
Stories true and fancies new. Morrison. 

Z.4oe 39.3 
Storr, Francis, editor. Half a. hundred tales 
of Uiysses and the men of old. Z.4ob 78.1 
Storr, Francis, and Hawcs Turner. Canter- 
bury chimes; or, Chaucer's tales retold 
for children. Z.40cas.3 

Story book friends. Murrav. Z.F.3om 1 
Story girl. Montgomery. Z.P.tgms 

Story of a bad boy. Aldrich. Z.F.isa i 

Story of a cat. La BfnoLLiiRE. Z.F.iob i 
Story of a donlcey. S£gur. Z.F.iisa 

Story of a red deer. Fortescue. Z.iool 53.1 
Story of a short life. EwiNc. Z.F.iic i3 
Stoiy of a tinder-box. TiDV. Z.iofs.i 

Story of Babette. Stuakt. Z.F.33B3 

Story of Bayard. Hare. Z^ob 7b i 

Story of cotton. Curtis. Z.F.34C4 

Story of Hereward. Sieduan. Z.iok6o.i 
Story of Jack Ballister^s fortunes. Pyle. 

Z.F.I5P 3 
Stoiy of Jean Valjean. Hugo. Z.40C lo.i 
Story of Jesus simply told. Gilbert. 

Z.9ob 9I.I 
Story of little Jan the Dutch boy. Campbell. 
Z.ioh 3.S 
Story of little Konrad the Swiss boy.. Camf- 
BBLi. Z.iob 7.15 

Story of live dolls. Gates. Z.P.ag 1 

Stoty of lumber. Bassett. Z.P.34D i 

Story of our continent. Sealer. Z.iooc 7.3 
Story of our Lord for children. Hihkson. 

Z^b 7.1 
Story of Parzival. Wolfram van Eschen- 
BACH. Z.4oh 131. 1 

Story of Pats^. Wiggin. Z.P.a4W 3 

Sto^ of Robin Hood and his merry men. 
F^INNEMOSE. Z.F.6f 3 

Story of Roland. Baldwin. Z^b lor i 

Story of Santa Klaus. Walsh. Zi4ob93.i 
Story of Scraggles. James. Z.P.I4]i 

Story of Siegfried. Baldwin. Z.4oh 3.5 

Stoiy of Sir Launcelot and his companions. 
Pyle. Z.4oh 34.3 

Story of Sonny Sahib. Duncah. Z.F.sad i 
Story of stories. Gillie. Z.goh tg.i 

Story of the Mneid. Brooks. Z^b 35.9 
Story of the American Indian. Brooks. 

Z.aog 3.r 
Story of the American sailor. Brooks, 

Z.30h 1.1 
Story of the American soldier. Brooks. 

Z.2oh 15.1 

Story of the champions of the Round Table. 

Pyle. Z.40h 34.1 

Story of the Cid. Wilson. Z.3ob 3c 8 

Story of the cotton plant. Wilkinson. 

Z.ioot 18.1 
Story of the cowboy. Hough. Z.aop lai 



Story of the filibusters. Roche. Z.30P31.1 
Story of the fishes. Baskett. Z.ioon r.i 
Story of the golden age. Baldwin. Z.4oh 3^ 
Story of the Grail and the passing of Arthur. 
Pyle. Z^oh 34.5 

Story of the Great Republic. Guerber. 

Z.aoa 19.1 
Story of the Greek people. Tappan. 

Z.i5h 5.9 



Story of the Indians of New England. 

ton. Z.aog 33.1 

Story of the Middle Ages. Harding. 

Z.i5a9.i 
Story of the igth century. Brooks. Z.r>;a4.i 
Story of the Odyssey. Brooks. Z^ob 35.4 
Story of the Rhmegold. Cbapin. Z.4ob 83.1 
Story of the Romans. Guerber. Z.ijh 6.5 
Story of the thirteen colonies. Guerber. 

Z.2ob a8.i 
Story of the trapper. Laut. Z.aoin&3 

Story of Viteavi. Stockton, Z.F.33B6 

Story without an end. CAROvi. Z.F.r6G i 
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Little Pussy Wil- 
low. Z.F.3SB 3 

— The Pearl of Orr's Island; a sto^ olthe 
coast of Maine. Z.F,3sb3 

— Queer little people. Z.F.35B4 

— Uncle Tom's cabin. Z.F.sss i 
Stowe, Harriet Beecher. Bolton. Lives of 

girls who became famous. Z,3oa3.i3 

— Elson. Child's guide to American his- 
tory. Z.aoa 9.3 

— SuiTH. One hundred famous Americans. 

Z.3oa33.i 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 

literature. Vol. I. Z.3oa67.i 

Strang, Herbert. In Qive's command. 

Z.F,438 I 

— Rob the Ranger. Z.F.43S3 
Strange comers of our country. Lummis. 

Z.aop i&a 
Strange lands near home. Z.icd 7.1 

Strange peo[}les. Starr. Z.ioa 19.1 

Strange stories from history. Egglestom. 

Z.1SB6.1 

Stray pearls. Yonge. Z.F.iyii 

Strong, Frances L. All the year round. A 

nature reader, 4 v. Z.roos 16.1 

Cnlmti. — I. Autonuu a. Winter. 3. Spring. 
VoL 4. Summer, is br M. A. Lane uid MiTEuvt 

Strong, Frank. Benjamin Franklin. 

Z.3ob jf I 
Strong, Frank, and Joseph Schafer. The 
government of the American people, 

Z.30k 6.1 

Stuart, Ruth McEnery. Solomon Crow's 

Christmas pockets. Z.F.33S i 

— The story of Babette, a little Creole girl. 

Z.F.33S 3 
Student of Blenheim Forest. Doksey. 

Z.F.i8d3 

Submarine boats. Baker. Boy's book of 

inventions. Zjoa 38.1 

— Cochrane. Wonders of modern mechan- 
ism. Z.5OC I3.I 

— Doublkday. Stories of inventions. 

Z.soa 3.1 

— FiBLn. The story of the submarine. 

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Sabmariae bvats. (CmUnued.) Tazgart, Marion A. (Ctmtmted.} 

— Lane. Triumphs of science. Z.iooa4.i —Nut-brown Joan. Z.F.iti4 

— Verne. Twenty thousand leagues under — Six girls and Bob. Z.P.itis 
the sea. [Fiction.] Z.P.7V3 —Six girls and the tea room. Z.F.it 18 

Substitute, The. Camp. Z.F.ac i —Three girls and especially one. Z.F.it g 

Success. Marden, Z.3oa86.3 — The Wyndham girls. Z.F.it 8 

Successful venture. Deland. Z.F.6d6 Taking of LouisburK- Dbake. Z.aobsa.! 

Sue Orcutt Vaile. Z.F.3V 3 Talbot, Mary W. The book of ^mcs. 

Sugar. [Feeps at industries.] Browne. Z,7od3.3 

Z.soaag.i — The child's rainy day book. Z.5oba.i 

Sugar and spice. Tileston. 2.4oe 44.1 Talbot Mary W., and Sara White. The 

Summer at Woodville. Sadlieb. Z.F.iga book of children's parties. Z.7od3^ 

Summer holiday in Europe. Blake. Tale of two cities. Dickens. Z,F.8a4 

Z.ioh 1. 14 Talea and customs of the ancient Hebrews. 
Summer in a canon. Wiggih. Z.F.34W i Hekbst. Z.gob 9.1 

Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's life. Whit- Tales come true and tales made new. 

NEY. Z.F.igws Walkek. Z.7ods^ 

Summers, Maud. Readers. 3 v. Z.4obii.i Tales from Canterbury Cathedral. Lokd. 
Sunbonnet babies' primer. Gbover. Z.iok 13.1 

Z.130C 15.3 Tales from English history. Rou'b. 
Sunnyside Tad. Mighels. Z.F.agma Z.ioksj).! 

Swan, Helena. Girls' Christian names. Tales from Irish history. Bibkhbad. 

Z^oa 17.1 Z.iok 40.1 

Sweden. See Scandinavia. Tales from St. Paul's Cathedral. Lobd. 
Swift, Jonathan. Gulliver's travels. Z.iok 13.S 

Z.F46B I Tales from Scottish history, in prose and 
Swiss family Robinson. Wyss. Z.F.s^wa verse. Rolfe. Z.tok3g.a 

Syfitzerland. Caufbell. Story of little Talcs from the far North. Klugh. Z^fa 74.1 

Konrad. Z.ioh 7.15 Tales from the Fjeld. Asbj0rnsbm. Z.F.ioa i 

— Cabpenter. Europe. Z.ioh 1.9 Tales from Westminster Abbey. Loan. 

— Chamberlain. Europe. Z.ioh 1.19 Z 10k 13^ 

— CoE Modem Europe. Z.ioh i.a Tales of a grandfather. Scott. z'iok24.i 

— Finnemore. Switzerland. [Peeps at many Tales of ancient Greece. Cox. Z.4oh3i.i 
lands.] . ,. , . Z.ioh 7,5 Tales of fantasy. Jenks. Z40cai.a.4 

-George. A little journey to France and Tales of laughter. Wiogin and Smith. 
Switzerland. Z.ioh a.i Z F a4w 14 

— Hale and Hale. A family flight through Tales of the enchanted islands of" the At- 
France, Germany. Norway and Switzer- iantic. Higginson. Z.4oh 103.1 
land, Z.ioh a.14 Tales of the heroic ages. Racozin. Z.4oh 86,1 

— Herbertson. Europe. Z.ioh 7.1 Tales of the pathfinders. Gilman. Z.aob 30.3 

— Manning. Swiss pictures. Z.tohj.aa Talea of the Punjab. Steel. Z.4oh45.i 

— Monroe and Buckbee. Europe and its Tales of the Red Children. Brown. Z.aog 4.1 
people. Z.iohi.13 Tales of the Round Table. Lang. Z^oh 13.1 

— Spyri. Heidi. [Fiction.] Z.F.a4B i Tales of truth and trust. Fullkbton. 
Moni the goat boy, [FictionJ Z.F.asf i 

„ „ . Z.F.a4«8 Tales of wonder, Wicgin and Smith. 

— Stockton. Personally conducted. Z.F.a4w 10 
„ , „ , „ Z.ioh 1.19 Talcs out of school. Stockton. Z.P.33a 11 
Syd Helton. Fenh. Z.F.8f i Tales Tim told us. Mannix. Z.P.iom4 
Syrett, Netta. Six fairy plays for children. Talisman. Scott. Z.F^as 
_ , , „ Z^odi?.! Talking beasts. Wiggin and Smith. 
Tabb, John B. Child verse; poems grave and Z^oh aj 1 
„ gay 2.jpea6.i Talking thrush. Crooke. Z-F-itt'i 
Tad Sheldon, boy scout. Wilson. Z.F.stw i Talks about animals. Z.100I51.1 
Taggart, Marion A. Aser, the shepherd. Taming of Polly, Dobsey. Z.F.i9d4 

Z-F.it7 Tangerme. Waltham. Z.iog^,! 

alee}. S'S'^* 5 Tanglewood tales. Hawthorne, Zuoh loa 

: Blissylvania post-office. Z-F.itS Tappan. Eva M. American hero stones. 

— Daddy's daughters. Z.F.it 16 " Z,ao«a4.i 

— The daughters of the little grey house. —The Christ story. Z.goaa^ 
, , „.,, ,_ . , ,.Z.F.iti9 —England's story, Z.i5k83.i 

— Jack Hildreth among the Indians; the — European hero stories. Z.iohi.T 
treasure of Nugget MounUin. Z.F.it 10 _The golden goose and other fairy tales. 

— Jack Hildreth among the Indians; Win- ZF3t3 
n«ou- th^ Ap^'^''^,''"!?-';'- ?■£■"" — In the days of Alfred the Great. Z.F.3t3 

— t^^ Hi dreth on the Nile. Z.F.it 13 _ i„ (he days of Queen Victoria. Z.3ob iv i 

— Miss Lochinvar; a story for girls. —Robin Hood: his book. Z.F.ati 

Z.F.it ao —The story of the Greek people. Z.isbs^i 

— Miss Lochinvar's return. Z.F.it 17 — When knights were bold. Z.isa i8j 



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Ttmmn, Eva 11., compiler. The children's Telephone. (Cmtimted.) 

hour. lov. —Holland. Historic inventions. Z.5oaaG.i 

Namely; —• Houston and Kennelly. Electricity niftde 

1. Folk atories and fables. Z.40C7.1 easy. Z.iooks^ 

2. Myths from many lands. Z.40C 7.3 — Mbadowcroft. Scholars' A B C of elec- 

3. Stories from the classics. Z40C7.3 tricity. Z.iook<s.3 

4. Stories of legendary heroes. — Mowsy. American inventions and in- 

Z^oc 7.4 ventors. Z.^oa aai 

5. Stories from seven old favorites. — Williams. How it works. Z.^oa 3i.i 

Z.40C7.5 Tell, William. Baldwin. Fifty famous 

6. Old fashioned stories and poems. stories retold. Z.isa 3.1 
_ Z^oc 7.6 — CaoMMELiN. Famous legends. Z^h 16.1 

Z^oc 7.7 — FiNNEMOKE. Switzerland. Z.ioh 7.5 



L Adventures and achievements. — Gbokgb. Little journey to France ani 

Z40C 7^ Switzerland. Z.ioh 7.a 

g. Poems and rhymes. 2.4007.9 — Haaben and Poland. Famous men of the 

10. Modern stories. Z.40C 7.10 middle ages. Z.ija 8.1 

Tapper, Thomas. First studies in music — Johonnot. Ten Kreat events in history. 

biography. 2.30a 74-i Z.iS" aS-i 

Tut, Ralph S. First book of physical geog- — Mouis. Historical tales ; German. 

raphy. Z.100K5.1 Z.ioba.ia 

Tarr, Ralph S., and F. M. HcHurry. Europe —Schmidt, Ferdinand. William Tell. 

and other continents. Z.ioa 13.1 Z.3ob it i 

— Home geography and the earth as a — Scuddke. Book of legends. Z^ohss.i 
whole. Z.ioa 13.3 "Tell me a true story." Stewart. Z.()ob 18.1 

— North America. Z.30P&I Tempest Shakespeake. Z.40C 14.00 
Taylor, Ann ^Mrs. Gilbert), and Jane Ten boys who lived on the road from long 

Taylor, "Original poems" and others. ago to now. Andrews. Z.F.gas 

Z.4oe 55.1 Ten common trees. Stokes. Z.ioot 19.1 

Taylor, Bayard. Boys of other countries. Ten great events in history. Johonnot. 



Z.F.3ti Z.isa98.i 

Taylor, Fanny. The little lace-maker. Ten Indian hunters. Wade. Z.F.aw i 

Z.F.iit9 Ten times one is ten. Hale. Z.F.sha 

— A pearl in dark waters. Z.F.iit i Tennyson, Alfred. Complete poetical works. 
Taylor, Jane, and Ann Taylor Gilbert. Little Z.4oe 57^ 

Ann and other poems. Z^ioess^s — Idylls of the king. Z.4oe57.3 

Tea. [Peeps at industries.] Browne — Select poems. Edited by W. J. Rolfe. 

Z.joa 39.3 Z.4oe 57.3 

T«ciini5«& Egcleston and Seelve. Tecumsen — Tennyson's Princess arranged for ama- 

and the Shawnee prophet. Z.3obati teur performances by Elsie Fogerty. 

— Dkake. Indian history for young folks. Z^odis.i 

Z.sog 7^ rennysoa, Alfred. Bolton. Famous Eng- 

— Johnston. Famous Indian chiefs. lish authors. Z.3oa3.5 

Z.3oa354 — George. Little journey to England and 
Tecumseh's young braves. Tomlinson. Wales. Z.iokii.i 

Z.F.i3t6 —Wright. Children's stories in English 
Teddy: her book. Ray. Z.F.7r a literature. Vol. 2. Z.soa 67.3.3 

Teddy: her daughter. Ray. Z.F.7r3 Tenting on the plains. Custer. Z.aopai.i 

Telegraph. Adams. Harper's electricity Terhune, Mary V. Home-making. [Voca- 
book. Z.io<^ I.I tions.l Z,40C as.i.a 

— CocHBANE. Wonders of modern mechan- Terry. Gilbekt. Z.F^gio 
ism. Z.50C13.1 Texan star. Altsheleb. Z.F.8a5 

-Holland. Historic inventions. Z.soaaG.i Texas Blue Bonnet. Jacobs. Z.F.i4ei 

— Houston and Kennelly. Electricity made Thacher, Lucy W. The listening child, 
easy. Z.iook3.3 Z.4oe59.i 

— Meadowcboft. Scholar's A B C of elec- Thackeray, William Makepeace. Prince 
tricity. Z.iook5.3 Bulbo. [A dramatization of The rose 

— Mowby. American inventions and in- and the ring, by Amy Whinyates 
ventors. Z.soaao.i Z.4od35.3 

First steps in the history of our coun- — The rose and the ring. Z.F^ti 

""" Z.3oais.3 Thane of W esse X. Whistler. Z.F.36W3 

Z.5oa3i.3 Thanet, Octave, pseud. See French, Alice. 

s of American Thanksgiving Day. Blaisdell and Bali. 

JirogresB. Z.soa 36.1 Short stories from American history. 

egrapby. Wireless. See Wireless tele- Z.3oa3.i 

grapby. — Guebbeb. Story of the thirteen colonies. 
Telephone. Adaus. Harper's electricity Z.aob 38.1 

book. - Z.iook 1. 1 — Le Row. Pieces for every occasion. 

— Bbooes. Stories of the old Bay State. Z.4od33,i 

Z.aom a.3 — OuB holidays. Z.3oa 33.1 

— DoUBLKDAY. Stories of inventors. —Patten. Year's festivals. Z^obg.! 

Z.soa 3.1 — ScHAUFFLER. Thanksgiving Day. Z.4ob ^ 



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Thanksgiving Day. (Cotitmited.) Through Great Britain and Ireland with 

— Schwartz. Five little strangers. Cromwell. Maksball. Z.iokai.a 

Z.ioa 16.1 Through Russian snows. Hentv. Z.F.ish ag 

— SiNDBUUL Thanksgiving entertainments. Through swamp and glade. Munrob. 

Z.4od 31^ Z,P.34m 17 

— Stevenson. Days and deeds. [Prose^ Through the farmyard gate. Pqulssom. 

Z.4ob 13.3 Z.130C 33.1 

Days and deeds. [Verse.] Z.4ob la.i Through the land of the Aztecs. Lummis. 

That football game. Fink. Z.F.iaf 6 Z.aop 16,3 

Thaxter, Celia L. Stories and poems for Through the looking-glass. Dodgson. 

children. Z.4oe43-3 Z.F.i5d4 

Their canoe trip. S111T&. Z.F.igs 7 Through the year. Clvdb. Z.130C 33,1 

Their city Christmas. Brown. Z.F.47b 3 Thurston, Ida T. The bishop's shadow. 

Theodora. Pyle and Pobtok. Z.F.t6p4 Z.F.7t i 

Things a boy should know about electricity. — Scout master of Troop 5. Z.F.7ta 

St. John. Z.iook 6.3 Thwaites, Reuben G. Stories of the Badger 

Things a boy should know about wireless. State. [Wisconsin.] Z.3oni6.4 

"- ' Z.iooke,6 Tidy, Charles M. Story of a tinder-box. 

u)EN. Z.iof 5.1 

Z.F.36h I Tiffany, Nina M. From colony to common- 

> do thein. wealth. Z.aob 19.3 

Z.7oa a.6 — Pilgrims and Puritans. Z.aob 19.1 

Thirty more famous stories retold. Bald- Tiger of Mysore. Henty. Z.F.ish 30 

WIN. Z.ija a.3 Tilden, John N. A commercial geography. 

This continent of ours. King. Z.ioa aa.i Z.ioa 37.1 

Thomas, Mary R., compiter. Nature study in TUeston, Mary W., compiltr. The child's 

the poets. Z.4ocjt6.i harvest of verse. Z.4oe44.3 

Thompson, Adele E. Betty Seldon, patriot. — The children's treasure-trove of pearls. 

Z.F.fit I Z.F.8t I 

— Brave Heart Elizabeth; a story of the — Sugar and spice and all that's nice. 
Ohio frontier. Z.F.fit a ZM)t4^a 

— A lassie of the Isles. Z.F.6t3 Tim and Tip. Kaler. Z.F.ikg 

— Polly of the Pines. Z.F.6t4 Timlow, Elizabeth W. A nest of girls. 
Thompson, Arthur R. Gold-seeking on the Z.F.9t I 

Dalton trail. Z.F.st i Timothjr't quest. Wiggin. Z.F.34W 4 

Thompson, Daniel P. The Green Mountain Ting-a-Ung. Stockton. Z.P.33B4 

boys. Z.F.iot I Tinkfaam brothers' tide-mill. Tkowbbidge. 

Thompson, Ernest Seton. See Seton, Ernest Z.F,i4t3i 

Thompson. Tisdale, Mrs. W. D. Three years behind 

Thompson, Jean M. Water wonders every the guns. Z.3oh 7.1 

child should know. Z.toog7.i Titian. Bacon. Pictures that every child 

Thompson, Maurice. Boys' book of sports should know. Z.iaoaa.! 

and outdoor life. Z.Tob g.i — Bolton. Famous European artists. 

Thomsen, Gudrun Thorne-. East o' the sun Z.3Da3.i5 

and west o' the moon, with other Nor- — Keysor. Great artists. Vol. 3. 

wegian folk tales. Z.4oh 137.1 Z.iaoa 11. 1.3 

Thomson, M, Pearson. Denmark. [Peeps To the front. King. Z.P.Ska 

at many lands.] Z.ioh 3.7 Toby Tyler. Kaleb. Z.F.ik 5 

— Finland. [Peeps at many land'sj Todd, Charles B. The story of the City of 

Z.ioh4.3 New York. Z.aom4.s 

Thorpe, Charlotte. Children's London. Toinette's Philip. Jauisoh. Z.P.aja 

Z.iok33.i Tolstoi, Lev Nikolaevitch. What men live 

Three colonial boys. Toulihson. Z.F.t3t9 by. Z.F.iTti 

Three fairy tales. Ingelow. Z.F.ais Tom Boy. Dorsev. Z.P.i8d4 

Three girls and especially one. Taggabt. Tom Brown's school days. Hughes- 

Z.F,it9 Z.I^33hI 

Three good giants. Rabelais . Z.F.sr i Tom Clifton. Goss. Z.eAg 3 

Three Greek children. Church. Z.i5h5.i6 Tom Paulding. Matthews. Z.F^ami 

Three hundred things a bright girl can do. Tom Playfair. Finn. Z.F.jaf8 

Kellgy. Z.sob 7.1 Tom Sawyer. Cleuens Z.F.19B 3 

Three little pigs. Brooks. Z.ijoa 3.1 Tom Strong, Washington's scout. Mason. 

Three Margarets. Richards. Z.F,iir6 Z.F.smi 

Three scouts. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t6 Tom's luck-pot. Waggaman. Z.F.iwj 

Three years behind the guns. Tisdale. Tomlinson, Everett T. The boys of old 

Z.aoh7.i Monmouth. Z.F.i3t4 

Three years with the poets. Hazard. — The British Isles. Z.iokaa.1 

Z.4oe 71. 1 — The camp fire of Mad Anthony, Z.F.i3t i 

Three young Continentals. Tomlinson. -Camping on the St. Lawrence; or, on the 

Z.F.i3t7 trail of the early discoverers. Z.F.i3t8 

Thrilling days in army life. Forsyth. — For the Stars and Stripes. Z.F.ist 3 

Z.3oh8.i — In the hands of the redcoats. Z.F.i3ti4 

Through Europe with Napoleon. Marsuali. — A Jersey boy in the Revolution. Z.F.ist s 

Z.iob7.36 — Light Horse Harry's legion. Z.P.i3ti3 



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_, Eyerett T. (Contimud.) 

-A prisoner in buff. Z.F.iatii 

— Stories of the American Revolution. 2 v. 

Z.F.i3t 18 

— Under colonial colors; a talc of Arnold's 
expedition in 1775. Z.F.I3t 19 

— War of 1812 series. 

Namely (in seqHenct): 

The search for Andrew Field. 

Z.F.i3t 19 
The boy soldiers of 1812. Z,F.i3t is 
The boy officers of 1812. Z.F.ist 16 
Tecumseh's young braves. Z.F.i3t6 
Guarding the border; or, the boys of 
the Great Lakes. Z.F.i3t 10 

The boys with Old Hickory. Z.F.ista 

— War of the Revolution series. 

Namely (in sequence): 

Three colonial boys; a story of the 
times of '76. Z.F.i3t9 

Three young Continentals; a story of 
the Revolution. Z.F.istT 

Washington's young aids; a story of 
the New Jersey campaini. 

Z.F.i3t 90 

Two young patriots, or, boys of the 
frontier; a story of Burgoyne's in- 
vasion. Z.F.i^t 17 



Totiuny Tinker's book. Blusdeli. 

Z.130C 1.10 
Tomnv Trot's visit to Santa Claus. Page. 
Z.F.i8p I 
Tone masters. Barmasd. Z.3oa9.i 

Topsy-turvy Land. Zweues. Z.iof 1.7 

Torch-bearers of history. SriKUNa 

Z.4oa64.i 
Toniai de Kover, H. Hungary. [Peeps at 
many lands.] Z.ioh a.io 

Torrey, Bradford. Everyday birds. 

Z.ioop 15.1 
Toto's merry winters. Rickauis. Z.F.iir iS 
Tour of the world in eighty days. Vebnb. 

Z.F.7V I 

Toward the rising sun. Sketches of life in 

eastern lands. Z.iof i.g 

Towlft, George M. Drake, the sea-king of 

Devon. Z.30b ad i 

— Magellan. Z.3ob 4m i 

— Marco Polo. Z.aob 4P 3 

— Pizarro. Z.gob sp i 

— Raleigh. Z.30b 7r i 
^The voyages and adventures of Vasco da 

Gama. Z.3ob 4d i 

— Young people's history of England. 

Z.iok 33.t 
Town and city. Jewett. Z.6oa3.i 

Towry, M. H. Spenser for children. 

Z.40C15.1 
Track athletics in detail. Lee. Z.7ob 15.1 
Trading and exploring. Luthes. Z.ioa4.9 
Training of wild animals. Bostock. 

Z.100I40.1 
Tramp across the continent. Luuuis. 

Z,90[> iCi 

TraafSOrMtioa. Brigbau. From trail to 

railway. Z.aop 13.9 

— Chamberlain. How we travel. Z.soag.! 

— Dunbak. Jogging round the world. 

Z,i3os 10.1 



— FoBUAN Stories .1 

Z.5oa 35.1 

— HowDEH. The boys' book of steamships. 

Z.SOC5.1 

.— MosBis. Home life in all lands. Book 2. 

Z.ioa 8.1.9 

— RocHELEAu. Great American industries. 

Vol. 4. Z.5oa 30.1 

— Williams. The romance of modern loco- 
motion. Z.soa 9t.i 

Travels at home. Clemens. Z40C 93.1 

Travels of Baron Munchausen. Raspe. 

Z.F.6r I 
Treasure Island. Stevenson. Z.F.17S i 

Treasure of Mushroom Rock. Haup. 

Z.F.iob9 
Treasure ship. Butterworih. Z.F.38b i 

Treasury of verse. Edgas. Z.4oei3.i 

Tree-dwellerfl. Dopp. Z.iood 1.1 

Trees, Forestry and Lumbering. Aller. 
Industrial studies. United States. 

Z.Mpi. 

Z.F^4b : 

— Carpenter. How the world is housed. 

Z.soa 3,3 

— Chambbrlain. How we are sheltered. 

Z.5oa9.4 

— Chase and Clow. Stories of industry. 

Vol. I. ^ji°^ '"•^•^ 

— DvsoN. Story of the trees. Z.ioot4.i 

— Going. With the trees. Z.ioot?.! 

— Keeler. Our native trees. Z.iootC.i 

— McMuKRY. Type studies from the geog- 
raphy of the United States. Z.aop 37.1 

— Matbews. Familiar tree's and their 
leaves. Z.ioot S.3 

— Price. The land we live in. Z.sop 36.1 

— RocHELEAU. Geography of commerce and 
industry. Z.ioa 15.1 

Great American industries. Products 

of the soil. Z.5oa 30.1.3 

.— Rogers. Trees that every child should 
know. Z.ioot 15.1 

— Rolt-Whebler. The boy with the U. S. 
foresters. (Fiction.] Z.F.15W3 

— Roth, First book of forestry. Z.ioot 36.1 

— Stokes. Ten conamon trees. Z.toot 19.1 

— Stone and Fickett. Trees in prose and 
poetry. Z.ioot 16.1 

Trees in prose and poetry. Stone and 
Fickett. Z.ioot 16.1 

Trevor, Roy. Montenegro. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.ioh 59 

Trimmer, Sarah K. The history of the 
robins. Z.F.i6t i 

Trinity bells. Barb. Z.F.Sb i 

TriniO' flower and other stones. Ewing. 
Z.F.iie 13 

Triumphs of science. Lane. Z.iooa4.i 

Trotter, Spencer. The geography of com- 
merce. Z.toa 36.1 

Troutbeck, G. E. Stories from Italian his- 
tow. Z.ioh &9e 

Trowbridge, J. T. Bound in honor. 

Z.F.i4ti 

^Cudjo's cave. Z.F.i4t3 

— The drummer boy. Z.F.i4t 10 

— The fortunes of Toby Trafford. Z.F.i4t 18 

— His one fault. Z.F.i4t4 

— His own master. Z.F.i4t5 



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Trowbridge, J. T. (CenHmitd.) 

^Ja.ck Hazard series. 

Namely (in seqitence): 

Jack Hazard and his fortunes. 

Z.F.i4t 14 
A chance for himself. Z.F.i4t la 

Doing his best. Z.F.i4tig 

Past friends. Z.F.i4t33 

The young surveyor. Z.F.i4t 13 

— The Jolly Rover. Z.F.uta 

— The little master. Z.F.i4t 11 

— Neighbor Jaclcwood. Z.P.i4t 7 

— The satin-wood box. Z.P,i4t 16 

— The scarlet tanager. Z.F,i4ti5 

— The silver medal. Z.F.i4t30 

— A start in life. Z,F.i4t 17 

— The three scouts. Z.F.i4t6 

— The Tinkham brothers' tide-mill. 

Z.F.i4tsii 

Trowbridgt^ J. T,, tditor. Brave deeds. 

[Young folks' library.] Z.40C 31.3.10 

True, John P. The iron sUr. Z.F.i5t i 

— Morgan's men. Z.F.ista 

— On guard! Against Tory and Tarleton. 
Z.Fi5t3 

oiy of the 

Z.F.ist4 

True annals of fairyland: in the reign of 

Old King Cole. Gibbon. Z.F.sgi 

True annals of fairyland: reign of King 

Oberon. Jekkold. Z.F.15J i 

True bird stories. Millek. Z.ioop g.i 

True stories from history and biography. 

Hawthorne. Z.aoa 30^ 

True story book. LxNa Z.ijaio.a 

True story of. Abraham Lincoln. Bbooks. 

Z.3ob 3I g 
True story of Benjamin Franklin. Brooks 
„ Z.3ob5f3 

True story of Christopher Columbus. 
Brooks. Z.3ob 3c 5 

True story of George Washington. Bbooks. 
Z^b iw 3 
True story of Lafayette. Bkooks. Z.3ob al i 
True story of U. S. Grant. Brooks. 

Z.job 3g a 
True tales of birds and beasts. Jordan. 

Z.iool aa,i 
Torley. George. Little journeys to Bal- 
kans, European Turkey and Greece. 

Z.ioh 5.1 

— MiLUNGEN. Turkey. (Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iobs.3 

Tnrley, Charles. Godfrey Marten, school- 
boy. Z.F.i8t I 
Twenty best fairy tales. Z.4oh 39.1 
Twenty thousand leagues under the seas. 
Vebne. Z.F.7V a 
Twice-told tales. Hawthorns. Z.F.iih} 
Twilight land. Pyle. Z.F.iSp i 
Twilight stories. Noybs. Z.F.aotI 
Twining, Agatha G. A child's history of 
Westminster Abbey. Z.iok 13.1 
Two college girls. Brown. Z.F.4ab 3 
Two Compton boys. Hoffin. Z.F.aoh a 
Two girls in China. Kbout. Z.iofa.6 
Two great retreats of history. Montgoueky. 
Z.ioh i.ai 
Two-legs. EwALD. Z.iood S.i 
Two little Confederates. Page. Z.F.i8p4 
Two little savages. Seton. Z.F.iata 
Two noble lives: Samuel Gridley Howe, 
Julia Ward Howe. Richards. Z.sob 7h i 



Two prisoners. Page. Z,F,i8p a 

Two spies. LossiNG. Z..aoc 10^ 

Two ways. Dorsey. Z.F.iSd 4 

Two wilderness voyagers. Calkins. 

Z.aog5.i 
Two Wyoming girls. Makshall. Z.F.ifim i 
Two years before the mast. Dana. Z.iob 4.1 
Two years in the jungle, Hornaday. 

Z.iat 1.30 
Two young patriots. Toklihsoh. Z.F.i3t 17 
Twombly, Alexander S. Hawaii and its 

people. Z.iod 17.1 

Type studies from the geography of the 

United States. McMurry. Z.aop37.i 

Ulmanii, Albert. A landmark history of 

New York. Z,aom4.6 

Um£ San in Japan. McDonald and Dai^ 

BYUFLE. Z.rot3.6 

Una and the Red Cross knight. Spenser. 

Z;40ci5.3 
Uncle RemuB. Hahkis. Z.F.7h3 

Uncle Remus and his friends. Harris. 

Z.F.7b8 
Uncle Sam's babies. Bonestbei. Z.F.syb 3 
Uncle Tom's cabin. Stowe. Z.F.35a i 

Under colonial colors. Tomliksoh. 

Z.F.i3t ig 
Under Drake's flag. Henty. Z.F.15I116 
Under orders. Munroe. Z.F.aAin 8 

Under sunny skies. Z.ion6^ 

Under the Eagle's wing. Miller. Z.F.iSm i 
Under the Great Bear. Munroe. Z,P.a4ina7 
Under the Liberty Tree. Kaler. Z.F.lk a7 
Under the lilacs. Alcott. Z.F.sag 

Under the Pine-Tree Flag. Allen, Z.F.7a3 
Under the red robe. Wkyman. Z.F.tw a 
Under the Spangled Banner, Brebeton. 

Z.F.3ab4 
Under Wellington's command. Hbnty. 

ZJ.iSb4a 
Undine. La Motte Fougut. Z.F^3l I 

Ungava. Ballantynz, Z.P.ib4 

United States. Army and Navy. Abbott. 

The naval history of the United States. 

Z,aahi4.i 

The story of our navy for young 

Americans. Z.aui 14^ 

— Beebe. Four American naval heroes. 

Z.3oa63^ 

— Brooks. The story of the American 
sailor. Z,9oh 1.1 

The story of the American soldier, 

Z.aohisa 

— CoDD. With Evans to the Pacific 

Z.aiihi3.i 

— Custer. Following the guidon. Z.aoh 10.1 
Tenting on the plains. Z.aopai.i 

— GiBBs. Pike and cutlass. Z.aobs.i 

— Mollis. The frigate Constitution. 

Z.aoh3.i 

— Jenes, Our army for our boys. Z.aofa4J 

— LossiNC. The story of the United States 
Navy. Z.aob ia.j 

_ Matthews. With the battle fleet 

ZjmA&i 

— MoHHis. Heroes of the navy in America. 

Z.aoh6.i 

— NoRDHOFF. Man-of-war life. Z^aoh 17.1 

— Soley. The boys of iSia, and other 
naval heroes. Z.acdiii.1 

Sailor boys of '61. Z.aoei3J 

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Uttiied Sates. DucripHon and Travel. Brig- 
HAu. From trail to railway through tbe 
Appalachians. Z.3op ia,9 

— — Geographic influences in American his- 
tory. Z.aop I a. I 

— Brooks. Century book of the American 
Colonies. Z^oc 3^ 

— Caspenter. North America. Z.aop 18.1 

— Chamberlain. North America, Z.aop35>i 

— King. The land we live in. Books 3-5. 

Z.ioa 33.1 

— LoTFTT. United States pictures. 

Z.aap 38.1 

— LuMUis. Some strange corners of our 

country. Z.sop i6.a 

A tramp across the continent. 

Z.aap i&i 
^ Uamnimg. American pictures. Z.3op 96.1 

— UoNROE and Buckbbe. Our country and 
its people. Z.30p 34.1 

— Our country: East. Z.90P30.1 

— OuB country: West. Z.aopag.! 
—^ Pabkuan. Oregon trail. Z.3op 7.1 

— Pbicr. The land we live in. Z.aop 36.1 

— Shaler. Story of our continent. 

Z.I 00c 7.9 

— Shith. Our own country. Z.9op6.i 
^Taes and McMubsy. North America. 

Z.30P&I 

United States. History. Central. Altsheler. 
The quest of tbe four. [Fiction. War 
with Mexico.] Z.F.8a4 

The Texan star. [Fiction.] Z.F.Sas 

— Barnes. Studies in American history. 

— Bakstow. a new nation. Z.3oa4S3 

Progress of a united people. Z.3oa 45.6 

The westward movement. Z.3oa4^ 

— B1.AISDBLI. The story of American his- 
tory. Z.3oa 9.9 

— BuusDBLL and Ball. Hero stories from 
American history. Z.aoa 9.3 

Short stories from American history. 

Z.soa 9.1 
^ Bouv£. American heroes and heroines. 

— Bkooks. Century book of famous Ameri- 
cans. Z.aoa 5.1 

— — A son of the Revolution. [Fiction. 

Burr's conspiracy.] Z.F.iSb 5 

— — Story of the American soldier. 

Z.aoh 15.1 

— Channing. A short history of the United 
Sutes. Z.3oae.i 

— Dodge. Stories of American history. 

Z.aoa 43-1 

— Eggleston, a first book in American 
history. Z.3oa 7.9 

The household history of the United 

States and its people. Z.aoa 7.4 

— — Stories of great Americans for little 
Americans. Z.3oa 7. t 

— Ellis. Historical readings illustrative 
of American patriotism. Z.aoa 8.1 

— Elsoh. a child's guide to American 
history. Z.aoa g.a 

School history of the United States. 

Z.aoa g.1 
Side lights on American history. 

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United States. HiOory. GtntnL (Contimted.} 

— FoRUAN. A history of the United States 
for schools. Z.3oa37.i 

— Ggrson. History primer. Z.aoaay.x 

— GiLMAN. The making of the American 
nation. Z.9oa 13.1 

— GoRDY. American leaders and heroes. 

ZMM14.3 

A history of the United States for 

schools. Z.aoa 14.9 

— Griffis. Romance of conquest Z.afM ii.i 

— GuGRBEB. The story of the Great Re- 
public. Z.aoa ig.1 

— HiGciNsoN. Young folks' history of the 
United States. Z.3oai3.3 

— Hix. United States history for the 5A 

Sade. Z.3ob 94.1 

'INC. Washington and his country. 
[Abridged and continued by John Fiske.] 
Z.3obiw4 

— Lane and Hill, compHers. American his- 
tory in literature. Z.aoas&i 

— Lodge and Roosevelt. Hero tales from 
American history. Z.aoa 17.1 

— Mace. A primary history. Z.aoa 39.1 

— McMasteb. A primary history of the 
United States. Z.aoa 16.1 

A school history of tbe United States. 

Z.aoa 16.3 

— MoNTGOUEBV. The beginners' American 
history. Z.aoa aiji 

Leading facts of American history. 

Z.aoa 91.9 
Student's American history. Z.aoa 91.1 

— Morris. Historical tales. American, 

Z.aoa aa.3 

School history of the United States of 

America. Z.aoa aa,6 

— Mowry and Mowby. First steps in the 
history of our country. Z.3oai5.9 

A history of the United States tor 

schools. Z.aoa 15.4 

— PiEBsoN. History of the United States 
in words of one syllable. Z.aoa 34.1 

— Pratt. America's story for America's 
children. 5 v. Z.9ob9i.3 

— ScuDDEH. A history of the United States 
of America. Z.aoa 18.3 

— Stevenson. Poems of American history. 

Z.4oeG3.i 

— Stone and Fickett. Days and deeds a 
hundred years ago. Z.aod&i 

— Stories of the Republic. Z.aoa 41.1 

— Tappan. American hero stories. 

Z.aoa 34.1 
Our country's story. Z.aoa 04.3 

— Wilson. History reader for elementary 
schools. Z.aoa 35.1 

— Wright. Children's stories of American 
progress. Z.aoa 36.1 

United States. History. CoUmid Period. See 
America. Discovery and Colonial Peri/id. 

United States. History. RevoluHon. Allen. 
Under the Pine-Tree Flag, [Fiction. 
Navy in the Revolution.] Z.F.7a3 

— Barnes. For king or country. [Fiction. 
Revolution in New York.] Z.F.abi 

With the flag in tbe Channel. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.P.aV, 
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United StMtea. History. Revolution. (CohUhiuiI) 

— Barton. When Boston braved the king. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.aab i 

— Blanchabd. a girl of '76. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i7ba 

— — A Revolutionary maid. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.t;b 8 

— Bbooks. Century book of the American 
Revolution. Z.socs.i 

— Bbush. Paul and Persis. [Fiction. Mo- 
hawk Valley.] Z.F,a6b I 

— Butterworth. Patriot schoolmaster. 
[Fiction.] Z.F.sSb 3 

— Canweld. The White Seneca. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.96C 1 

— Coffin. The boys of '76. Z.30C6.1 
Daughters of the Revolution. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.10C 3 

— Cooper. Lionel Lincoln. [Fiction. Bunker 
Hill.] Z.F.8C 8 

The pilot, [Fiction. Pau! Jones.] 

Z.F.8C 3 
The spy. [Fiction.] Z.FA: i 

— Drake. Watch fires of '76. Z.aoc 4.1 
^ Eggleston and Seblye. Brant and Red 

Jacket. Z.3ob ab I 

— FisKE. The War of Independence. 

Z.aoc g.i 

— Oilman. Making of the American nation. 

— GuBBBER. Story of the thirteen colonies. 

Z.aob a8.i 

— Habt. Camps and firesides of the Revolu- 
tion. Z.aoc 7.1 

— Hill. On the trail of Washington. 

Z.3ob iw 8 

— Ide. Loyal little red-coat [Fiction. New 
York] Z.F.8ij 

— Irving. Washington and his country. 

[Abridged and continued by John Fiske,] 
Z.3ob IW 4 

— Jenks. When America won liberty. 

Z.30C 15.1 

— Kaleb. Boston boys of 1775. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ik t6 

Boys of Fort Schuyler. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ik I 

Minute Boys of Bunker Hill. [Fiction.] 

Z.P.ik 15 

Minute Boys of the Green Mountains. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.ik!>4 

-Under the Liberty Tree. [Fiction. 

Boston Massacre.] Z.F.ik 37 
With Lafayette at Yorktown. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.ik 31 

— Knife. The lucky sixpence. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.7k 3 

— Lincoln. An unwilling maid. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.ial 3 

— LossiNG. The two spies: Nathan Hale 
and John Andr^. Z.aoc lo.i 

— Price. Lads and lassies of other days. 

Z.aob 14. 1 

— Revere. Paul Reverc's own account of 
his famous ride. Z40e34.i 

— Revolutionaby stories. Retold from St. 
Nicholas. Z.aoc 8.1 

— Robinson. A little daughter of liberty. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.i6r4 

— — A loyal little maid. [Fiction. Eliza- 
beth Schuyler.] Z.F.i6r3 



— ^*A')e. 

tion.J 



United States. History. Revolution. (Continued) 
t— ScTjDDEB. George Washington. Z.3obiw6 

— Sloank. The French war and the Revolu- 
tion. Z.aodj.i 

— Smith. Boys and girls of seventy-seven. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.ioi8 
.— Stoddabb. Guert Ten Eyck. [Fiction. 
Nathan Hale.] Z.F.aasg 
The Noank'slog. [Fiction. Privateer- 
ing.] Z.F.33S II 
t— Taggabt. Loyal blue and royal scarlet. 
(Fiction.] Z.F.it4 

— Thompson, A. E. Betty Seldon, patriot 

[Fiction.] Z.P.6ti 

Polly of the Fines. A patriot eirl of 

the Carolinas. [FictionJ Z.P.6t4 

— Thompson, D. P. The Green Mountain 
boys. [Fiction. Ethan Allen.] Z.F.ioti 

— Tiffany. From colony to commonwealth. 

[Boston in the Revolution.] Z.aob 19.3 

— Tomlineon. Boys of old Monmonth. 

[Fiction.] Z.F.i3t4 

— — The camp-fire of Mad Anthony, [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.i3t I 

— In the hands of the redcoats. [Fic- 
Z.F.i3t 14 

ersey boy in the Revolution. [Fic- 
Z.F.i3t5 
Light Horse Harry's legion. [Fiction.) 
Z.F.i3t 13 

— A prisoner in buff. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i3t II 

— Stories of the American Revolution. 
[Fiction.] Z.F.ist 18 

— Under colonial colors. [Fiction. Ar- 
nold's expedition.] Z.P.istig 

— War of the Revolution series. 

Namely (in sequence) : 
Three colonial boys. Z.F.istg 

Three young Continentals. Z.F.ist 7 
WashingtoiTs young aids. Z.F.igtao 



Revolution. Z.aoc 14.1 

— Tbub. Morgan's men. [FictionJ 

Z.F.i5t9 

— — On guard! Against Tory and Tarle- 
ton. [Fiction.] Z.F.ijt 3 

Scouting for Washington. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i5t4 

— Watson. The Boston Tea Party and 
other stories of the Revolution. Z.aoc 13.1 

— Wright. Children's stories in American 
history. Z.aob 36.1 

United States. History. WarofiSis. Barnks. 
The hero of Erie. [Fiction. Oliver 
Hazard Perry.] Z.P.sbs 

Midshipman Farragut. Z.F.ab 4 

Yankee ships and Yankee sailors. 

Z.3oh 1S.1 

— Brady. Reuben James, a hero of the 

forecastle. [Fiction.] Z.F.aGbi 

— CosTELLO. Nelson's Yankee boy. [Fic- 
tion.] Z.F.agc 9 

— Johnson. A history of the War of 1812- 
15 between the United States and Great 
Britain. Z.aod 5.1 

— Kaler. Commodore Barney's young spies. 

[Fiction. Burning of the city of Wash- 
ington.] Z.F.ik 35 

— MuNROE. Midshipman Stuart; or, the last 
cruise of the "Essex." [FictionJ 

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UmUdStates. Hist. WarofiSn. (CmHtuud) 

— Seaweli- Little Jarvis. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.80 5 

Midshipman Paulding. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.8S8 

— SoLEv. Boys of 1812. Z.aohii.i 

— TouLiNsoK, War of 1812 series. 

Namely (in sequence) : 

The search for Andrew Field. 

Z.F.i3t la 

The boy soldiers of 1812. Z.F.iat 15 

Tlie boy officers of 1812. Z.F.iat 16 

Tecumsch's young braves. Z,F.i3t 6 

Guarding the border. Z.F.iat 10 

The boys with Old Hickory. Z.F.ista 

United States. History. Civil War and prt- 

etding events. Abbott. Battlefields and 

cam pf ires. Z.aoe 15.3 

Battlefields and victory, Z.aoe 154 

Battlefields of '61. Z.aoe 15.3 

— Basstow. Civil war. Z.3oa45.5 

— Blaisdell. Stories of the Civil War. 

Z.aaea.1 

— Crauplin. Young folks' history of the 
War for the Union. Z^oe 14.1 

— Cheney. Young folks' history of tne 
Civil War. Z,3oe7.i 

— Civil Wak stories. Retold from St. 

Nicholas. Z.aoe 4.1 

— CowiN. The boys of '61. Z.aoe 3.1 
— — Drum-beat of the nation. Z.aoes-a 

Freedom triumphant. 2.3093.5 

Marching to victory. Z.aoe3.4 

Redeemins the republic. Z.aoe 3.3 

— — Winning his way, [Fiction.] Z.P.ioci 

— DuMN. Battling for Atlanta. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.a9d3 

— — From Atlanta to the sea. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.Md4 

General Nelson's scout. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.agd i 

— — Raiding with Morgan. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.9gd a 

— Fauous adventures and prison escapes 
of the Civil War. Z.aoe 5.3 

^Forsyth, Thrilling days in army life. 
Z.3oh 8.1 

— Fox. The little shepherd of Kingdom 
Come. [Fiction.] Z.F-jef I 

— Frothinghau. Running the gantlet. 

i Fiction.] Z.F.aat i 

OSS. Jack Alden. (Fiction. Virginia 
campaigns.] Z.F.8g a 

Jed: a hoy's adventures in the army of 

'61-65. [Fiction.] Z.F,8g i 

^ — Tom Clifton; or, Western boys in 

Grant and Sherman's army. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.8g 3 

— Grant. Personal memoirs. Z.3ob ag 6 

— Gbbbne. a Lincoln conscript. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.9g 1 

— Hale. Stories of war told by soldiers. 

Z.aoe ii.i 

— Hill. On the trail of Grant and Lee. 

Z.3oa 37.1 

— Kelsey. Deeds of daring by the Ameri- 
can soldier north and south. Z.aoe 12.1 

— KiEFFER. The recollections of a drummer 
boy. Z.aoe io.i 

— King. Between the lines. [Fiction.] 

Z.P.8k I 

From school to battle-field. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.8k3 



Uaited States. History. CimlWar. (Contituud) 

— Lodge and Roosevelt. Hero tales from 
American history. Z.aoaiy.a 

— Page. Among the camps. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i8p5 
Two little Confederates. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i8p4 

— . PiTTENCER. The great locomotive chase. 

Z.3oea.i 

— Robins. Chasing an iron horse. [Fic- 

tion.] Z.F.i5r I 

— SoLEY. Sailor boys of '61. Z.aoe 13.1 

— Stoddaed. Battle of New York. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.33S I 

— Trowbridge. Cudjo's cave. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.i4t a 

The drummer boy. [Fiction.]^ 

Z.F.i4t 10 
, Three scouts. [Fiction.] Z.F.MtC 

— Wheelwright, War children. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.13W I 
United States. History. Spanish- American 

War. See Spanisb-Americatt Wai. 
Unknown to history. Yongb. Z.F.iyg 

Unser Liederbuch. 2 v, Z.iaocS.! 

Up and down the brooks. Baufoui. 

Z.ioom a.1 
Up from slavery. Washington. Zj|ob 4w I 
Urwick, William. Indian pictures. Z.iof 1.31 
Useful arts. See Industries; Handicraft. 
Vaile, Charlotte M. The Orcutt girls; or, 

one term at the academy. Z.F.w a 

— Sue Orcutt; a sequel to The Orcutt girls. 

Z.F.3V 3 

— Wheat and huckleberries; or, Dr. North- 
more's daughters. Z.F.3V I 

Vaile, P. A. New Zealand. [Peeps at many 
lands.] Z.iod6.i 

Valentine, Laura. Aunt Louisa's book of 
fairy tales. Z.i3oa3e.i 

— The old, old fairy tales. Z.F,4vi 
Van Bergen, Robert. The story of China. 

Z.iof a.a 

— The story of Japan. Z.iof3.i3 

— The story of Russia. Z.iob4.i6 
Van Dresser, Jasmine S. How to find 

Happyiand. Z.F.5V 1 

Van Dyek. Bacon. Pictures that every 

child should know. Z.iaoas.i 

— Conway. Children's book of art. 

Z.iaoa 4.1 

— Keysoh. Great artists. Vol. 2. 

Z.iaoa ii.i.a 

Van Dyke, Henry. The first Christmas tree. 

Z.F.6V I 

Van Dyke, Henry, editor. Historic scenes 

in fiction. [Young folks' library.] 

Z.40C ai.a.5 

— Literature. [Vocations.] Z.40C aa.i.S 
Van Sickle, James H. The Riverside read- 
ers. Primer, ist-grd reader. Z.130C34.1 

Vasco, our little Panama cousin. Pikb. 

Z.10I ai.i 

Vaux, C. B. Canoe handling. Z.job 14.1 

Verne, Jules. A journey to the center of thf 

earth, Z.F.7T4 

— The mysterious island. Z.F-Tvs 
— The tour of the world in eighty days. 

Z.F.7T I 

— Twenty thousand leagues under the sea. 

Z.F.7V a 
Verrill, A. H. Harper's Aircraft book. 

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VMTill, A. H. (Continued.) 

— Harper's Book for younsr naturalists: a 
guide to collecting and preparing speci- 
mens. Z.iool 73.1 

Very, Edith. Warp and woof. The story 

of the textile arts. Z.job 1G.1 

Vicar of Wakefield. Goldsmith. Z^c 30.1 

Victoria, Queen of England. Blaisdell. 

Stories from English history. Z.iok i.i 

— Fakmer. Girls! book of famous queens. 

Z,3oa 17.3 

— GuERBBR. The story of the English. 

Z.iok 7.1 

— Tappan. In the days of Queen Victoria, 

Z.30b tv t 
^Warben. Stories from English history. 

Z.iok 30. 1 
Views in Africa. Badi.au. ^'^"Si '^^ 

Viking Bodleys. Scuddek. Z.P,6s 7 

Vikings. See Norsemen. 
Violet fairy book. Lang. Z.F.3I la 

Violin maker, The. ScHACHiNa Z.P.41S x 
Virginia. Bacon. The boy's Hakluyt. 

— BuRWELL. A girl's life in Virginia before 
the war. Z.3ob 6b i 

■—Cooke. Stories of the Old Dominion. 

Z.2om5.5 

— — Virginia: a history of the people 

Z.3om5.6 

— Drake. The making of Virginia. 

Z.»xasA 

— EcGLESTON. Pocahontas. Z.3ob ap i 

— Kaler. Richard of Jamestown. Z.aob 34.3 

— Magill. Stories from Virginia history. 

Virginia cavalier. Seawell. Z.F.8S3 

Vocations. See Occupations. 

Voog^ Gos de. Our domestic animals: 

their habits, intelligence and usefulness. 

Z.iool lis.! 

Wade, Mary H. Artin, our little Armenian 

cousin. Z.ioh 5.5 

— Little folks of North America. Z.3iq>i4.i 

— Lotus Blossom: our little Japanese 
cousin. Z.iof3.i5 

— Maria, our little Cuban cousin. Z.iol 8.SI 

— Norah, our little Irish cousin. Z.iok 54.1 

— Our little African cousin. Z.iogio.i 

— Our little brown cousin. Z.iodi.a 

— Out little German cousin. Z.ioha.a 

— Our little Hawaiian cousin. Z.iod?.! 

— Our little Indian cousin. Z.aog ao.i 

— Our little Italian cousin. Z.ioh 6.3 

— Our little Japanese cousin. Z.iaf3.i4 

— Our little Jewish cousin. Z.iof 1.4 

— Our little Philippine cousin. Z.iod 13.I 

— Our little Porto Rican cousin. Z.10I8.1 

— Petrovna, our little Russian cousin. 

Z.ioh 4.10 

— Ten Indian hunters. Z.F.sw i 

— The wonder-workers. Z.3oa38.i 
Waegner, Wilhelm. Asgard and the gods. 

Z.4oh a6,i 
Weggaman, Mary T. Daddy Dan. Z.F.iwa 

— J ack-o'- Lantern. Z.F.iw 3 

— Little comrades; a first communion story. 

Z.F.IW 6 

— Little Missy. Z.P.IW4 
—Tom's luck-Dot. Z.F.iw S 
Wagner, W. R. Stories from. Barber. 

Wagner opera stories. Z.4ob69.i 



Wagner, W. R. (Contittutd.) 

— Chapin. Story of the Rhinegold. 

Z.4ofa 83.1 
Wonder tales from Wagner. Z.4oh83.a 

— FsosT. The Wagner story book. Z.P.ioi i 

— Guehber. Stories of the Wagner operas. 

Z.4(di5G.5 

— Maud. Wagner's heroes. Z.4oh 53.3 

Wagner's heroines. Z.40h5a.i 

Waite, Henry R. A boy's workshop. 

Z.5oa 16. 1 
Wakulla. Mukroe. Z.F.sum 6 

Wales. Buxton. [Peeps at many landsT] 

Z.iak 35.1 

— George. A little journey to England and 
Wales. Z.iok 11.1 

— Lanier. Knightly legends of Wales. 

Z.4gb 38.1 

— LovETT. Welsh pictures. Z.iok 47.3 

— ToMLiHsoN. The British Isles. Z.iok aa.! 
Walker, Margaret C. Lady Hollyhock and 

her friends. Z.7od 5.1 

— Tales come true and tales made new. 

Z.7od5.a 
Wallace, Lew, Generai. Ben-Hur; a tale of 
the Christ. Z.Fjwi 

Waller, Mary E. A daughter of the rich. 

Z.F.8W1 

Walsh, William S. The story of Santa 

Klaus. Z.4ob 33.1 

Walter, Lavinia E. Russia. [Peeps at many 

lands.] Z.ioh4.4 

Waltham, T. Ernest. Tangerine, a child's 

letters from Morocco. Z.iogg.i 

Waropum belt. Butterworth. Z.F.38b5 

Wanderfolk in Wonderland. Guebries. 

Z.F.t8K 1 
Wandering heroes. Price. Z.ija&i 

Wanolasset, the Little-one-who-Iaughs. 
Plympton. Z.F^p i 

War children. Wheelwright. Z.F.13WI 
War of Independence. Fiske. Z.aoc 9.3 

Ward, Elizabeth S. P. The Gypsy series. 
Namely (in sequence) : 
Gypsy Breynton. Z,P,34w I 

Gypsy's Cousin Joy. Z.F.34W3 

Gypsy's sowing and reaping. Z.F.34W3 
Gypsy's year at the Golden Crescent. 
Z.F.34W4 
Ward, Mary A. Milly and Oily; or, a holi- 
day among the mountains. Z.P.siwi 
Ward, M. O., compiler. Songs for the little 
ones at home. Z.4oe 60.1 

Warde, Margaret, pseud. See Dunton, Edith 

Warner, Charles D. A-bunting of the deer. 
Z^oc 37.1 

— Being a boy. Z.F.4W 1 

— In the wilderness. Z.iooa?.! 
Warp and woof. Very. •^•i9'> ^°-^ 
Warren, Henry P. Stories from English 

history from B. C. 55 to A. D. ipoi. 

Z.iok aai 

Washington, Booker T. Up from slavery. 

Z.3ob 4w I 

Washington, George. Noted speeches of 

George Washington, John Adams, and 

Patrick Henry. Z.4ob ig.i 

— Rules of conduct, diary of adventures, 
letters and farewell addresses. Z.3Db iw 7 

Washington, George. Baldwin. Four great 
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Wasbingtott, George. (CoiHitmed.) 

— Babstow. Colonists and the Revolution. 

Z.9oa4S.3 

— Bljusdbll and Balu Hero stories from 
American history. Z-aoaaj 

— Bolton. Famous American statesmen. 

Z^3.i4 

— Brooks. Historic Americans. Z.3oa8.a 
The true story of George Washington. 

Z.yih iw 9 
^ BuTTERwoRTH. Boys of Greenway Court 
[FictionJ Z.F.38b a 

^ Cooke. Stories of the Old Dominion. 

Z-aomtS 

— Dodge. Stones of American history. 

Z.aon4^i 

— Eggleston. First book in American his~ 
tory. Z.90S 7.3 

Stories of great Americans for little 

Americans. Z.aoa 7.1 

— GoKDY. American leaders and heroes. 

Z.30« 14-5 

— Hill. On the trail of Washington. 

Z.3ob IW 8 

— Ikving. Washington and his country. 
Abridged by John Fiske. Z.3cib 1W4 

— Lodge and Roosevelt. Hero tales from 
American history. Z.aoa 17.3 

— Mabie. Heroes every child should know. 

Z.4oh384 

— UcMuBEY. Pioneers on land and sea. 

Z.9ob 15.1 

— ScHAuFFLER. Washington's birthday. 

Z4ob4-3 

— ScuDDER. George Washington. Z.sobiwe 

— Seawblu Virginia cavalier. [Fiction.] 

Z.F.8a3 

— Seelye. The story of Washington. 

Z.3ob IW 3 

— SiNDELAit. Washington Day entertai 



le hundred famt 
Child's guide 



Z.4od3i4 

s Americans. 
Z.soe 33.1 

biography. 
Z.30a 34.3 

1 Z^Ob 13.9 



— Stevenson. 
[Men of a . 

Days and deeds. [Prose. 

— Tappan. American hero b,.^,,^=. 

Z.aoa 34.1 
Washington's young aids. ToifLiNsoN. 

Z.F.i3t 30 
Wasps and their ways. Mobley. Z.iootn8.i 
Waste not, want not. Edgeworth. Z.F.ias i 
Watch fires of '76. Drake. Z.aoc4.i 

Water babies. Kingeley. ^■^■9'' ^ 

Waterloo. Erckmann-Chatrian. Z.Mt 7.1 
Water-wonders every child should know. 
Tho UPSON. ' Z.ioog 7.1 

Watson, Henry C. Boston Tea Party. 

Z.30C I3.I 

Watt.Jzmcs. Baldwin. Thirty more famous 
stories retold. Z.i5a3.3 

— Bolton. Lives of poor boys who became 
famous. Z.3oa 3.8 

— Hale. Stories of invention. Z.soa 18.1 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.soa 96.1 
Watts, Isaac. Divine and moral songs for 

children. Z.4oe 61. i 

Way, The, the world went then, Barclay. 

Z.iood 7-r 

Way to the West. Hough. Z.3op 10.3 

Ways of the six-footed. Comstock. 

Z.ioom 4.1 
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Ways of wood folk. Long. Z,iooa6.7 

Wayward Vflnifired. Sadlier. Z.P.is 3 

We aU. French. Z.F.af 1 

We and the world. Ewikg. Z.F.iie8 

We girls. Whitney. Z.F.igw i 

Weatherby's inning. Barbour. Z.F.jb 11 
Webster, Daniel. Daniel Webster for young 
Americans. [Speeches.] Z.job 3w a 

— The great debate between Robert Young 
Hayne of South Carolina and Daniel 
Webster of Massachusetts. Z.40C a6.i 

Webster, Daniel. Baldwin. Four great 
Americans. Z.3oa 5.1 

— Bolton. Famous American statesmen. 

Z.3oa 3.14 

— Brooks. Century book of famous Ameri- 
cans. Z.3oa S.I 

Historic Americans. Z.3oa8.3 

Stories of the Old Bay State. Z.3oma.3 

— — Statesmen. Z.soaao.i 

— GoRnv, American leaders and heroes. 

Z.aoa 14.5 

— MowRV. First steps in the history of our 
country. Z.aoa 15.3 

— Smith. One hundred famous Americans. 

Z.3oa33.i 

— Southworth. Builders of our country. 
Book 2. Z.3ob 16.1.3 

— Stevenson. Child's guide to biography. 

(Men of action.] Z.3oa34.a 

Weed, Clarence M. Bird life stories. 

Z.ioop 1 6. 1 

— The insect world. Z.ioom ia.3 

— Nature biographies. The Hves of some 
every day butterflies, moths, grasshop- 
pers and flies. Z.ioom la.i 

— Stories of insect life. Z.ioom [3.3 

— Wild flower families. Z.ioot3i.t 
Wells, Carolyn. Patty Fairfield. Z.F.iow 4 

— Rainy day diversions, Z.7od6.i 
Wells, Henry P, Fly-rods and fly-tackle. 

Z.70C 3.1 
Wells, Herbert G. Floor games. Z.7od34.i 
Wells Brothers, the young cattle kings. 

Adams. Z.F.aoa i 

Welsh, Charles, editor. A book of nursery 

rhymes. Z.i3ob lo.i 

— Fairy tales children love. Z.F.gw 3 

— Stories children love. Z.F.gw i 
West. Adams. Wells Brothers, the young 

cattle kings. [Fiction, Nebraska.]" 

— Baylor. A little prospector. [Fiction, 
Arizona] Z.F.^b I 

— Brooks, Boy emigrants, [Fiction, 
Western plains,] Z.F.igb i 

First across the continent. Z.30P40.1 

— Doubleday. Cattle-ranch to college. 

[Fiction. North Dakota and Montana.] 
Z.F.i6d I 

— Custer. Following the guidon. Z.aoh lo.i 
Tenting on the plains. Z.3op3i.i 

— Drake. The making of the great West. 

Z.3om 6.6 

— Fairbanks. The Western United States. 
A geographical reader. Z.aopA.! 

— Forrester. Polly Page Ranch club. [Fic- 
tion.. Wyoming.] Z.F.aif i 

— Garland, Long trail, [Fiction. Alaska.] 

Z.F.i^ I 

— Grinnell. Jack among the Indians. [Fic- 
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West Indies. (CotHitmed.) 
[Fiction. —Roche. Thestory of the filibustera. 
Z.F.i6g4 Z.aop3i.i 

— Hamp. Treasure of Mushroom Rock. — Seabuky. Porto Rico: the land of the rich 

iPiction, Rocky Mountains.! Z.F.ioh a port. Z.iol ia,i 

ENTv. In the heart of the Rockies. — Stockton. Buccaneers and pirates of our 
A Fiction] Z.F.i5ha6 coasts. Z.aoasj.t 

OUGH. Story of the cowboy. Z.90PI0.I —Wade. Little folks of North America. 

— — The way to the West. Z.aop 10.3 Z.aop 14.1 

— Imuah. Ranche on the Oxhide. IF'ic- Maria, our little Cuban cousin. 

tion.] Z.F.(9 1 Z.10I&3 

— Jackson. Nelly's silver mine. [Fiction. Our little Porto Rican cousin. 

Colorado.] Z.F^ 9 Z.iol 8.1 

Ramona. (Fiction. California.] West Paiat. Haumokd. West Point lU 

Z.F.3J 4 glamour and its grind. Z.F.i4h I 

— JoHKSTON. Famous scouts. Z.3oa^i —Hancock. Life at West Point. Z.aohg.i 

— JuDsoN. Montana, the land of shining —Johnson. Williams of West Point. [FTc- 
mountains. Z.aora 6.5 tion.] Z.F.TJ i 

— Laut. The story of the trapper. -King. Cadet days. [Fiction.] Z.F.sfc4 

Z.aom6.3 Westminster Abbey. Huuphsey. Dean 

— Luuuis. New Mexico David, and other Stanley with the children. Z.job 3B I 
stories. [Fiction,] Z.P.aoli — Ibving. Sketchbook. Z40C16.1 

Some strange corners of our country. — Kincslby. Children of Westminster 

Z.aopi6.a Abbey. Z.3oa84.i 

— — A tramp across the contment. — Loan. Tales from Westminster Abbey. 

Z.aap 16.9 Z.iok 134 

— McMuBKY. Pioneers of the Rocky Moun- — Makshall. Stories of the cathedral cities 
tains and the West. Z.aob 15.3 of England. Z.iokio.1 

— MuHROE. Fur seal's tooth. [Fiction. — Mittoh. Children's book of London. 
Alaskan adventure] Z.F.94in93 Z.tok8.i 

Painted Desert. [Fiction. Northern —Thorpe. Children's London. Z.iok33.i 

Arizona.] Z.F.34m ig — Twining. Child's history of Westminster 

— Our country: West. Z.aopag.! Abbey. Z.ioki9,i 

— Parkuan. La Salle and the discovery of Wetmore, Claude H. Fighting under tfie 
the Great West, Z.sob ao.s Southern Cross; a story of the Chlle- 

Oregon trail. Z.90p 7.1 Peruvian War. Z.P.Gw i 

— Roosevelt. Stories of the Great West Wette, Adelheid. Hansel and Gretel. A 

Z.aop 15.1 fairy opera. Z,4oh 43.1 

— Sawm. With Carson and Fremont. [Fic- Weyman, Stanley J. The House of the 
tion.] Z.F.ags i Wolf. Z.F.7W i 

— Smith. Red Top ranch. [Fiction. Wy- — Under the red robe. Z.F.7W3 
oming.] Z.F.30B I What a girl can make and do. Beaxd. 

— Thompson. Gold seeking on the Dalton Z.7oaa.3 
trail. [Fiction. Alaska.] Z.P.St i What did the black cat do? Johnson. 

— Wheeler. The boy with the U. S. forest- Z.F.jd a 
ers. California.] Z.F.ijw a What Katy did. Woolsey. Z.F.t6w 14 

The boy with the U. S. Survey. [Fie- What Katy did at school. Woolsey. 

tion. Alaska.] Z.F.15W i Z.F.iGw 15 

— Williams. The boy's book of Indians What Katy did next. Woolsey. Z.F.ifiw 16 

and the wild west. Z.aog a8.i What men live by. Tolstoi. Z.F.ITt i 

West Indies. Aaron. Butterfly hunters in What Mr. Darwin saw. Darwin, Z,iool43.i 

the Caribbees. Z.10I8.1 What shall we do now? Canfield. Z.yod?.! 

— By land and sea, [San DomingoJ Wheat and huckleberries. Vaile. Z.F^v i 

Z.ioa 1. 1 Wheeler, Charles G. Woodworking for be- 

— Carpenter. Australia, our colonies, and ginners. Z.50C8.1 
other islands of the sea. Z.iod4.i Wheeler, Harold F. B. The boys' Napoleon. 

— Chamberlain. North America. Z.aop 35.1 Z.3ob 711 a 

— George. Little journeys to Cuba and Wheelwright, John T. War children. 
Puerto Rico. Z.iol s.a Z.F.13WI 

— Greater America. [Porto Rico.] Z.iod 9,1 Wheldon, F. W, A little brother to the 
-Henderson. Jamaica. [Peeps at many birds. The life-story of St. Francis. 

lands.] Z.iol ^.1 Z.sdb if a 

— Herbertson Central and South America When a cobbler ruled the kint;. Seaman. 
with the West Indies. Z.iol 3.1 Z.V.'/ma 

— Huntington, His Majesty's Sloop Dia- When Boston braved the king. Barton. 
mond Rock. [Fiction.] Z.F.joh i Z.P.asb i 

— Kellogg. Australia and the islands of the When Christmas came too early. Blodgett. 

sea. Z.iod 15.1 Z,F.8b a 

— King. Picturesque geographical readers. When I was a boy in China. Lee. Z.iof a.i i 

Vol. 2. Z.ioa 33.1.3 When I was your age. Richards. Z.3ob 4b i 

— Lummis. Spanish pioneers. Z.aob la.i When knights were bold. Tappan. Z.ijb 18.1 

— Ober. The storied West Indies. Z.iol 13.1 When London burned. Henty. Z.F.ish 17 



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When Molly was six. White. Z.F.30W3 
When mother lets us act. Perry. Z^d 45.1 
When mother lets us cook. Johnson. 

Z.sof 3.a 
When mother lets us cut out pictures. Boyd. 
Z.7oa I3-I 
When mother lets us garden. Duncan. 

Z.50di.a 
When mother lets us give a party. Yale. 

Z.7od 1 3. 1 
When mother lets us help. Johnson. 

Z.5of 3.1 
When mother lets us keep pets, Johnson. 

Z.iool 7'i 
When mother lets us play. Keyes. Z.7od 33.1 
When mother lets us sew. Ralston. 

Z.5of4.i 
When mother was a little girl. Brewstek. 

Z.F.3gb I 
When Patty went to college. Webster. 

Z.F.3W I 
When Sarah saved the day. Singmaster. 

Z.P.14B I 
When Sarah went to school. Singmaster. 

Z.F.14S 3 
When the King came. Hodges. Zj)obii.i 
Where the fishers go. Browne. Z.aop 5.1 
Where was the little white dog? Johnson. 
Z.F.gj I 
Whinyates, Amy. Aladdin and the wonder- 
ful lamp, [A play.] Z^odas.s 

— AH Baba; or, The forty thieves. I A play.] 

Z4od 35.1 

— Prince Bulbo; or. The rose and the ring. 

Dramatized from Thackeray. Z^odas.a 

Whistler, Charles W. Havelock, the Dane, 

Z.F.aew I 

— Thane of Wessex. Z.F.a6w3 

— Wultric the weapon-thane; a story of the 
Danish conquest of East Anglia, 

Z.F.36W 4 
Whitcomb, Clara E. A little journey to 
Italy. Z.ioh 6.1 

White, Eliza O. A borrowed sister. 

Z.F.30W s 

— Brothers in fur. Z.P.aow 6 

— Ednah and her brothers, Z.F.30W i 

— The enchanted mountain, Z.F.aow; 

— Little girl of long ago. Z.F.aowa 

— An only child. Z.F.2aw4 

— When Molly was six, Z.F.30W3 
White, Mary. See Talbot, Mary W. 
White, Sara, and Mary White TalboL The 

book of children's parties. Z^od3.3 

White, Stewart E. Magic forest. Z.F.aaw i 
White cave. Stoddard, Z.F,33a 10 

White conquerors. Munboe. Z.F.a4m iS 
White Seneca. Canfield, Z.F.aSc i 

Whitehom, Alan L, Wonder tales of old 

Japan. Z.4oh lao.i 

Whitney, Adeline D. T. Faith Gartney's 

girlhood. Z.F.igw a 

— Real folks. Z.F.19W4 

— Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's life. 

Z.F.19W3 

— We girls; a home stoiy. Z.F.igw i 
Whitney, Eli. Brooks. Historic Americans. 

Z.3oa &a 

— Hale. Stories of invention. Z.soa 18.1 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.soa 36.1 

— Hubert. Inventionii. Z.3oa aa.s 

— Perry. Four American inventors. 

Z.3oa 63.3 



Z.3oa 39.1 

— Stevenson. Guide to biography. [Men 
of mind.) Z.3oa34-i 

— Stone and Fickett. Days and deeds. 

Z.3od 6.1 
Whitson, John H. With Fremont the path- 
finder. Z.F.a3w 1 
Whittier, John Greenleaf. Complete poetical 
works. Z.4oe 66.1 

— Snow-bound: The tent on the beach, and 
other poems. Z.4oee6.a 

Whittier, John Greenleaf, editor. Child life; 
a collection of poems. Z.4ae66.3 

— Child life in prose. Z.40C33.1 
Whittier, John Greenleaf. Bolton, Famons 

American authors. Z.3oa3.i 

— Cody. Four American poets. Z.soa i6.i 

— RiDEiNG Boyhood of famous authors. 

Z.3oa 61. 1 

— SuiTH. One hundred famous Americans. 

Z.3oa 33.1 

— Thayer. Men who win. Z.3oa65.i 

— Wright, Children's stories in American 
literature. Z.soa 67.1 

Why the chimes rang. Alden. Z^.iSa i 
Wide Awake girls. Ellis. Z.F.ge i 

Wide world. [Companion series.] Z.ioa 14.1 
Widor, Charles M. Old songs and rounds. 
Z.iaoc4a.i 
Widow O'Callaghan's boys. Zollinger. 

Z.F.52 a 

Wiggin, Kate Douglas. Bird's Christmas 

carol. Z.F.94W6 

— Half-a-dozen housekeepers. Z.F.34W a 

— Mother Carey's chickens. Z.F,a4wia 

— Polly Oliver's problem; a story for girls. 

Z.F.34W 7 

— Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. Z.F.a4w 11 

— Story of Patsy. Z.F.34W3 

— Summer in a caiion. Z.P.a4w i 

— Timothy's quest. Z.F.24W4 
Wiggin, Kate Douglas, and Nora A. Smitbt 

editors. The fairy ring. Z,F.a4w8 

— Golden numbers, Z.4oe 69.5 

— Magic casements, Z.F.a4wg 

— Pinafore Palace. Z.4oe6g.3 

— Posy ring. Z^oeCg^ 

— Tales of laughter. Z.F.34W 14 

— Tales of wonder. Z.F,34wio 

— The talking beasts. Z.4ohg7.i 
Wigwam stories. Judd. Z.aog 13 a 
Wild animal play. Seton. Z.4od 33.1 
Wild animals every child should know. 

RoCEBS. Z.iool 37.1 

Wild animals I have known. Seton. 

Z.iool 53.7 
Wild beasts. Porter. Z.iool 43.1 

Wild beasts and their ways. Baker. 

Z.10C1I 10.1 
Wild flower book for young people. Louns- 
BERRY. Z.ioot ao.1 

Wild flower families. Weed. Z.ioot ai.i 
Wild flowers every child should know. 
Stack. Z.ioot 33.1 

Wild life under the equator. Du Chaillu. 

Z.iog 3.5 

Wilderness babies. Schwartz. Z.iool 54.1 

WildemcBS ways. Long. Z.ioos &3 

Wiley, Belle. The Mother Goose primer. 

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WilkiDB, Mary E. The green door. 

Z.P.I3W4 

— Pot of sold, and other stories. Z.F.iaw a 

— Young Luc retia, and other stories. 

Z.P.I3W 3 

Wilkinson, Frederick. Story of the cotton 

plant. Z.ioot 18.1 

Willard, Charles D. City government for 

young people. Z.sok I3.i 

William Heniy and his friends. Diaz. 

Z.F.3id a 

William Henry letters. Diaz. Z.F.jid i 

William Tell. Translated and adapted from 

Schiller's play. McMusby. Z.4od 15.1 

Williams, Archibald. How it works. 

Z.5oa ai.a 

— The romance of modern locomotion. 

Z.5oa 3I.I 

Williams, George A. Boy's book of Indians 
and the wild west. Z.aogaS.! 

Williams, Herschel. Fairy tales from folk 
lore. Z.4oh 44.1 

Williams, Jesse L, Adventures of a fresh- 
man. Z.F.14WI 

WiUiama, Margery. Paris. [Peeps at great 
cities.] Z.ioh 7.14 

Williams, Sherman. Stories from early New 
York history. Z.aom^-i 

Williams of West Point. Johnson. Z.F,7J i 

Williamson, Margaret. John and Betty's 
history visit. Z.ioka3,i 

Williston, Teresa P. Japanese fairy tales. 
Z.F.17W I 

WiUongbby, Howard, Australian pictures, 
Z.iod 18.1 

Wilson, Calvin D. Story of the Cid. 



Z.F.a7w I 

Wilson, Lucy L. History reader for ele- 
mentary schools., Z.aoa35.i 
Wiltse, Sara £, A brave baby and other 
stories. Z.F.siw 3 

— Folk-lore stories and proverbs. Z.13OC8.I 

— Hero folk of ancient Britain. Z.130C 8.3 
Winchell, Alexander. Walks and talks in 

the geological field. Z.ioocii.i 

Wind in the willows. Gkahame. Z.F.ssg t 
Winnetou, the Apache knight. Tagcakt. 

Z.F.itii 
Winning his way. Coffin, Z.F.ioc i 

Winning his "Y," Bakbouk. Z.F.5b 13 

Winning their way. Fakis. Z.3oa57.i 

Winnington, Laura, editor. The Outlook 

story book for little people. Z.F.3SW i 
Winslow, Anna G. Diary of a Boston 

school-girl of 1771. Edited by A. M. 

Earle. Z.zobswa 

Winter. Sharp. Z.ioos 13.3 

Winter fun. Stoddard. Z.F,33S 30 

Winter's tale. Shakesfearb. Z.4oci4.a.3 
Winterbum, Rosa V. The Spanish in the 

southwest. Z.3ob II. I 

Wireless man. Collins. Z.iookia.i 

Wireless station at Silver Fox Farm. Kales. 

Z.F.ik 14 

Wiretess teiegraphj. Adaus. Harper's 

electricity book. Z.iooki.i 

— Baker. Boy's book of inventions. 

Z.5oa38.i 



Wireless telegraphy. (CtmliHued,) 

— — Boys' second book of inventions. 

Z.soa3S.a 

— Collins, The wireless man. Z.iook t3.i 

— DouBLEDAY. Stories of inventors. 

Z.5oa3.i 

— Holland. Historic inventions. Z.soa 30,1 

— Massie and Underbill. Wireless tele- 
graphy and telephony, Z.iook 8.1 

— Sr. John. Things a boy should know 
about wireless. Z.iook 6.6 

— Williams, How it works. Z.soa 3i.a 
Wiscoasia. Thwaites. Stories of the 

Badger State. Z.aom6.4 

Wiseman, Nicholas, Cardinal. FabioU; or, 
the church of the catacombs. Z.F.36W3 
With Carson and Fremont. Sabin. Z.F.aos i 
With Clive in India. Henty. Z.F.isb 18 
With Cochrane the Dauntless. Henty. 

Z.F.i5h46 
With Crockett and Bowie. Munroe. 

Z.P.a4m 33 
With Evans to the Pacific. Codd. Z.ao^is.! 
With Frederick the Great. Henty. 

Z.P.isb 33 
With Fremont the pathfinder. Whitson. 

Z.F.33W I 
With Kitchener in the Soudan. Henty. 

Z.F.ista 43 
With Lafayette at Yorktown. Kalrr. 

Z.F.ikai 
With Lawton and Roberta. Beooks. 

Z.F.i8b 6 
With mask and mitt, Dudley. Z.F.36d 3 
With Moore at Corunna. Henty. Z.F.ish 49 
With Preble at Tripoli. Kaler. Z.F.ik 30 
With shield and assegai. Bberbton. 

Z.F.5ab 5 
With spurs of goldi Greene and Kirk. 

Zuioh 1 7.1 
With the Black Prince. Stoddahd, Z.F.33S 14 
With the British legion. Henty. Z.F.1^50 
With the flag in the Channel. Barnes. 

Z.F.3b a 
With the Indians in the Rockies. Scbultz. 
Z.F.a4a 1 
With the treasure-hunters. Kaler. Z.F.ik 19 
With the trees. Going . Z.ioot 7.1 

With trumpet and drum. Field. Z.4oe 35.7 
With Wolfe in Canada. Henty. Z.F.tsh ig 
Wizard of Oz. Back. Z.F.7b a 

Wolf patrol. FiNNEUORE. Z.F.fif I 

Wolf the storm leader. Caldwell. Z.P.aoc i 
Wolfram von Eschcnbach, The story of 
Parziva! the Templar retold by Mary B. 
Sterling, 2^oh 1 31.1 

Won by the sword. Henty. Z.F.isb 51 

Wonder book for boys and girls. Haw- 
thorne. Z.4ob 19J 
Wonder book of beasts. Darton. Z^oh 11.9 
Wonder book of old romance. Dakton. 

Z40h 11.1 

Wonder clock. Pyle. Z.F.15P4 

Wonder stories from Herodotus. Boden and 

D'Almeida, Z.ish 1.16 

Wonder tales from Wagner. Chapin. 

Z.40I1 83.3 
Wonder tales of old Japan. Whitehorn. 

Z40hiao.i 
Wonderful adventures of Nils. LAG£BLdF. 

Z.P.5I1 

Wonderful chair and the tales it told. 

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Wonderful house that Jack has. Millard. 

Z.6oa4-i 

Wonders of bodily strength and skill. Dep- 

piNG. Z.6oa lo.i 

Wonders of eA-th, sea, and sky. Holden. 

Z.4PC9I-3.I1 

Wonders of modern mechanism. Cochrane. 
Z.50C I a. I 
Wonder-workers. Wade. Z.3oa38.i 

Wood folk a.t school. Long. Z.ioos6.6 

Woodstock. Scott. Z.F.98 1 

Woodworking for beginners. Wheeler. 

Z.50C 8.1 
Wood-working tools; how to use them. 

Z.sob 8.1 
Woolley, Mary E. Education. [Vocations.] 
Z.40C aa.1.7 
Woolscy, Sarah C. (Susan Coolidge.) Bar- 
berry bush and eight other stories for 
girls. Z.F.iGw 10 

— Crosspatch and other stories. Z.F.l6w3 

— Eyebright. Z.F.idw 7 

— Guernsey Lily. Z.F.ifiw i 

— Just sixteen. Z.F.i6w la 

— The Katy did series. 

Namely (in sequence): 

What Katy did. Z.F.iSw 14 
What Katy did at school. Z.F.i6w 15 

What Katy did next. Z.F.i6wi6 

Clover. Z.F.16W I 

In the High Valley. Z,F.i6w3 

— Little country girl. Z.F.iSwS 

— New Year's bargain. Z.F.i6w6 

— Nine little goslings. Z.F.iSwg 

— Not quite eighteen. Z.F.i6w8 

— Round dozen. Z.F.iGw 13 
Wordsworth, William. Selections, by 

Andrew Lang. Z.4oe67^ 

World and its people. First lessons. Dun- 

World' of animal life. Smith, Z.ioolsoii 

World of ice. Ballantyne. Z.F.ibs 

World's discoverers. Johnson. Z.iob 6.1 
Wouldbegoods. Bland. Z.F.44b 3 

Wreck of the Golden Fleece. Leiohtoh. 

Z.F.7I3 

Wright, Henrietta C. Children's stories in 

American history. Z.aob 96.1 

— Children's stories in American literature. 

Z.3oa 67.1 

— Children's stories in English literature. 

Z.3aa 67.3 

— Children's stories of American progress. 
Z.aoa 36.1 

s of the great scientists. 
Z.3oa 67.3 

Wright, Mabel O. Birdcraft. Z.toop 17.1 
Wri{;ht, Mabel O.. and Elliot Cones. Citizen 
Bird. Z.ioop 17.3 

Wright, Sidney H. Adventures among the 
red Indians. Z.iob 5.1 

Wright, William H. Ben, the black bear. 

Z.iool i9>i 
Wulf the Saxon. Hentv. Z.F.ishao 

Wulfric the weapon-thane. Whistler. 

Z.F.96W4 
Wyndham girls. Taccaet. Z.F.itS 

Wyss, Johann R. The Swiss family Robin- 
son. 2.F.55W a 
Yale, Elsie D. When mother lets us give a 
party. Z.7od 13.1 
Yale cup. Dudley. Z.F.36d 5 



— Children's 



Yankee ships and Yankee sailors. Barnes. 
Z.30I118.1 
Yarns for Boy Scouts. Powell. Z^bi3.3 
Year's festivals. Patten. Z,4obai 

Yellow fairy book. Lang. Z.F.3I8 

Yellow Star. Eastman. Z.F.iee i 

Yellowstone aational park. Caspentbk. 
North America. Z.aop i8.t 

— Chamberlain. North America. Z.aop 35.1 

— Fairbanks. The Western United States. 

Z.aop 4.3 

— Herbertson. North America. Z.aop 38.1 

— King. Geographical readers. Vol. 2. 

Z.IOa 33.1.3 

— MoHBOE and Buckbee. Our country and 
its people. Z.30P34.1 

— Our country : West. Z.3op sg.i 

— Tarb and McMubrv. North America. 

Z.aop 8.1 
Yonge, Charles D. Seven heroines of 

Christendom. Z.3oa 68.1 

Yonge, Charlotte M. Aunt Charlotte's 

stories of Roman history. Z.i5h6.i3 

— A book of golden deeds, Z.ioa36.i 

— The caged Ron. [James I. of Scotland.] 

Z.F.iy 6 

— The chaplet of pearls. Z.F.iy 5 

— The daisy chain; or, aspirations. Z.F.iy i 

— Dove in the eagle's nest. Z.F.iy? 

— The heir of Redclyffe. Z.F.iy 3 

— The herd boy and bis hermit. Z.F.iy 10 

England, time of Henry VI. 

— The lances of Lynwood. Z.F.iy 8 

— The little duke, Richard the Fearless. 

Z.F.iy 3 

— The prince and the page. Z.F.iy 13 

— Stray pearls. Z.F.iy 11 
France, 1648-1853. 

— Unknown to history: a story of the cap- 
tivity of Mary of Scotland. Z.F.iy g 

— Young folks' history of France. 

Z.iob 7.30 

— Young folks' history of Germany. 

Z.ioh 3.7 

— Young folks' history of Greece. Z.ish 5.15 
York, and a Lancaster rose. Keaby. 

Z.F.3ki 

Yosemite Valley. Chamberlain. North 

America. Z.30p 35.1 

-Fairbanks. The Western United States. 

Z.3op 4.3 

— Hbrbebtson. North America, Z.aop 38.1 

— King. Geographical readers. VoL 5. 

Z.ioa 33.1,5 
Young, Egerton R. Algonquin Indian tales. 
Z.aog ig.1 
Youag, Ernest. [Peeps at many lands.] 

Z.iata 6.6 

— Siam. [Peeps at many lands.] Z.iof 1. 11 
Young American. Judson. Z.aok 10.1 
Young and old Pnritans of Hatfield. Smith. 

Z.F.ig8 10 

Young Carthaginian. Henty. Z.F.i^ ai 

Young citizen. Dole. Z.aok 14.3 

Young folks' library. Selections from the 

choicest literature of all lands, revised 

in conference by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, 

editor-in-chief. 21 v. Z.40C31.3 

Ctrntntt. — I. The atorj-teller. a. The merry, 
maker. 3, Famous fury utlei, 4. Tales of fao- 
tssy. i. Myths and legenda. 6. Animal stary 
book. 7. School and college days. 8. Book of 



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Young folks' library. (Contimud.} 

advcDture. g. Famtnia explorcn, lo. Bran 
deeda. ii. Wonders of «ardi, so, and iky. ti. 
Famous travels. 13. Sex sloiiea. 14. Book of 



Young folks' library. Vocationa. William De 
Witt Hyde, editor-in-chief; Nathan Has- 
kell Dole, Caroline Ticknor, and Walter 
Tolman, assistant editors. lo v. 

Z.4OC 93.1 

ConfcnU. — I. The mechanic arts. 1. Home-mak- 
ing. 3. Farm and foreit. 4. Buainets. s. The 
profeaaiona. 6. Pubiic service. 7. Education. 8. 
LiEerature. g. Muaic and drama. 10. The fioe 



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Young ice whalers. Packahc. 
Young llanero. Kingston. 
Young Lucretia. Wilkins. 
Young master of Hyson Hall. 



Z.F.6k I 
Z.F.5P 1 
Z.F.i3t 1 
Z.F.I 9W 3 
Stocktom. 
Z.P.33S 3 
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Young mechanic. Lukin. 
Young Puritans in captivity. 

Z.F.igB 13 
Young Puritans in King Philip's War. 

Smith. Z.F.19S9 

Young Puritans of Old Hadley. Smith. 

Z.F.19B II 
Young reporter. Drysdale. Z.F.33d4 

Young ship-builders of Elm Island. Kkl- 

LOCG. Z.F.4k 7 

Young surveyor. Trowbridge. Z.F.i4t 13 
Young trailers. Altsbeler. Z.F.Sa a 

Young voyagers. Mavne Reid. Z.F.4T6 
Young yagers. Mayne Reid. Z.F.4r7 

Zigzag journeys in Acadia and New France. 

Buttebworth. Z.aop 304 



Zigzag journeys in Australia. Butterwobth. 
Z.iod5.i 

Zigzag journeys jn classic lands. Buttbr- 

WOBTH. Z.ioh 1.18 

Zigzag journeys in Europe. ' Buttehwoktk. 

Z.ioh [.15 

Zigzag journeys in India. Butterworth. 

northern lands. Butter- 

Z.ioh i.ii 
the antipodes. Butter- 

Z.iof 1^6 
the British Isles. But- 

Z.iok 31.1 
n the great Northwest. 

Z.30P30.5 
n the Levant. Buttkr- 

Z.iog 18.1 
L the Occident. Butter- 

Z.aopaoJS 
n the Orient. Butter- 

Z.ioh 1. 17 
the sunny South. BoT- 

Z.3op3a3 
on the Mediterranean. 

z.ioh 1.16 

in the Mississippi. But- 
Z.aopaci 

Zimmem, Alice, Gods and heroes of the 
North. Z.4oh 59.1 

Zitkala-Sa. Old Indian legends retold. 

Z.aog 1 7.1 
Zoe, our little Grecian cousin. Roulet. 

Z.ioh 54 
Zollinger, Gulielma. The rout of the 
foreigner. Z.F.5X i 

— The widow O'Callaghan's boys. Z.F.5Z 3 
Zwemer, S. M., and Amy E. Zwemer. Topsy- 
turvy Land. Arabia pictured for children. 
Z.iof 1.7 
Zwilgmeycr, Dikken. Johnny Blossom. 

Z.F.6XI 



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Butterworth. 

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