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ALABAMA 

ANNALS OF ALABAMA, 1819-1900— 

Thomas McAdory Owen (In A. J. Pickett, History of Alabama, 
pp. 671-773). 

ALABAMA— 

Archives and history department, Alabama official and statistical 
register, compiled by Thomas M. Owen, 1903-13. Montgomery, Ala. 
Brown Printing Co. 

CONECUH COUNTY, ALABAMA— 

History of Conecuh County, Alabama embracing biographical 
sketches. B. F. Eiley. 233 p., C6lumbus, Ga., 1881. 

HISTOEY OF ALABAMA— 



History of Alabama and incidentally of Georgig, and Mississippi 
from the earliest period. A. J. Pickett. 733 p., Birmingham. Webb 
Book Co., 1900. 

HISTORY OF ALABAMA— 



In the biographies of its governors, 1819-1900. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol X, pp. 425-439) ; see also 
index vol., p. 75. 

MOBILE, ALABAMA— 

Colonial Mobile; an historical study of the Alabama — Tombigbee 
Basin and the Old South West from the discovery of the Spiritu Santo 
m 1519, until the demolition of Fort Charlotte in 1821. P. J. Ham- 
ilton. 594 p., Boston, 1910. Houghton, Mifflin & Co. 

UNIVEESITY OF ALABAMA— 

History of the University of Alabama in the biographies of its 
presidents, 1831-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Vol. 12, pp. 293-297.) 

ARKANSAS 

ABKANSAS HISTOEICAL ASSOCIATION— 
Vols. I, II, III, 1906, 1908, 1909. 

BISHOP, ALBEET WEBB— 

Loyalty on the frontier, or sketches of union men of the southwest ; 
with incidents and adventures in rebellion on the border. St. Louis. 
B. P. Studley Co., Printers, 1863. 



ARKANSAS— Concluded 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF AEKANSAS— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1819-1900. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. A^ol. X, pp. 183-193; see also 
index vol., p. 76.) 

CAUFORNIA 

ALAMEDA COUNTY— 

History of Alameda County, California; biographical sketches of 
pioneers, etc. 1,001 p., Oakland, Cal., 1883. M. W. Wood, Pub. 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF CALIFOENIA— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1849-1900. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. IV, pp. 105-114; see also 
Index vol., pp. 76-77.) 

LELAND STANFOED UNIVEESITY— 

Account of the founding and description of Leland Stanford Junior 
University; in the biography of its first president. 

In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. II, pp. 
127-128. 

UNIVEESITY OF CALIFOENIA— 



History of the University of California in the biographies of its 
presidents, 1870-1899. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Vol. VII, pp. 228-231.) 

CONNECTICUT 

BAEKHAMSTEAD, CONNECTICUT— 

And its Centennial, 1879, to which is added a historical appendix. 
William Wallace Lee. 178 p., Meriden, Conn., 1881. Eepublic Steam* 
Print. 

CONNECTICUT HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Annual reports, 1891-1914. 

CONNECTICUT HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Collections. Vol. I, 1860, to Vol. 16, 1916, Hartford, Conn. Pub. 
by the Society. 

CONNECTICUT HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

And the towns of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield. Celebra- 
tion of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the adoption of the 
first constitution of the State of Connecticut, Thursdav, Januarv 24, 
1889. Hartford, Conn., 1889. Published by the Society. 

DEEBY— 

Town records of Derby, Conn., 1655-1710. N. 0. Phillips, comp. 
497 p., Derby, Conn., 1901. Sarah Eiggs Humphreys Chapter Daugh- 
ters of the American Eevolution, Pubs. No. 168. 



CONNECTICUT-^ontinued 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH— 

History of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut from the settle- 
ment of the colony to the death of Bishop Seabury. E. E. Beardsley. 
2 vols., ISfew York, 1866. Hurd & Houghton, Pubs. 

PAIEPIELD— 

Births, marriages and deaths returned from Hartford, Windsor 
and Fairfield and entered in the early land records of the colony of 
Connecticut. JEdwin Stanley Welles, Editor. 73 p., Hartford, Conn., 
1898. Copy No. 11. 

FAIEPIELD— 

The British invasion of New Haven, Conn., together with some 
account of their landing and burning the towns of Fairfield and Nor- 
walk, July, 1779. Charles Hervey Townshend, New Haven, Conn. 
112 p. 

GENEALOGICAL AND FAMILY HISTORY— 

Of the State of Connecticut; a record of the achievements of her 
people in the making of a commonwealth and the founding of a nation. 
William Richard Cutter, Editor. 4 vols.. New York, 1911. Lewis 
Historical Publishing Co., Pubs. 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 

Roll of state officers and members of General Assembly of Con- 
necticut from 1776 to 1881, with an appendix giving the congressional 
delegates, judges of the Supreme and Superior Courts, and the date 
of incorporation of the cities and buroughs and towns. 474 p., Hart- 
ford, Conn., 1881. Conn. Gen. Assb., Pubs. 

GREENWICH— 

A history of the town of Greenwich, Fairfield County, Connecticut. 
Daniel M. Mead. 318 p.. New York, 1857. Baker & Godwin, Pubs. 

GUILFORD— 

The year of jubilee; a discourse delivered on the fiftieth anniver- 
sary of the organization of th» Third Congregational Church, Guilford, 
Conn., November 26, 1893, together with biographical sketches of the 
pastors of the Third Church. By G. W. Banks. 23 p.. New Haven, 
Conn., 1893. Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, Pubs. 

HARTFORD— 

Account of the founding of Hartford, in the biography of Thomas 
Hooker. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. VI, 
p. 497.) 

HARTFORD— 

Births, marriages and deaths returned from Hartford, Windsor and 
Fairfield and entered in the early land records of the colony of Connecti- 
cut. Edwin Stanley Welles, ed., 73 p. copy No. III. 



CONNECTICUT— Continued 

HAETFORD— 

The Colouial History of • Hartford, gathered from the original 
records. By Eev. William De Loss Love, Ph. D., 369 p. The author, 
1914. 

HARTFOED— 

Connecticut Historical Society and the towns of Windsor, Hartford 
and Wethersfield. Celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anni- 
versary of the adoption of the first constitution of the state of Con- 
necticut, Thursday, January 24, 1889. 98 p., Hartford, Conn., 1889. 
By the Historical Society. 

HARTFORD COUXTY— 

The Memorial History of Hartford County, Connecticut, 1633- 
1884. J. Hammond Trumbull, ed., 2 vols. Boston, E. L. Osgood, 
1886. 

HISTORICAL LIBRARY, CONNECTICUT— 

List of family genealogies in library of Connecticut Historical 
Society corrected to August 31, 1911. Hartford, Conn., 1911. Pub. 
by the Society. 

HISTORY OF THE COLONY AND STATE OF CONNECTICUT— 
In the biographies of its governors, 1639-1897. (In National Cy- 
clopedia of American Biography. Vol. X, pp. 319-346.) See also 
Index vol., pp. 77-79. 

LETTERS— 

From the English Kings and Queens : Charles II, James II, Wil- 
liam and Mary, Anne, George II, etc., to the governors of the colony of 
Connecticut with answers, 1635 to 1749, and other documents from 
records of the State. R. R. Hinman, comp., 372 p., Hartford. John 
B. Eldredge, 1836. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CONNECTICUT— 

Barkhamstead, Conn., and its Centennial, 1879, to which is added 
a historical appendix. William Wallace Lee. 178 p., Meriden, Conn., 
1881. Republic Steam Print. 

NEW HAVEN— 

Vital records of New Haven, 1649-1850. Vol. I, pt. I, Hartford, 
Conn. The Connecticut Society of the order of the Founders and 
Patriots of America, 1917. 

NORWICH— 

The British invasion of New Haven, Conn., together with some 
account of their landing and burning the towns of Fairfield and Nor- 
walk, July, 1779. Charles Hervey Townshend. 



CONNECTICUT— Continued 

NORWICH— 

The Norwich Jubilee, a report of the celebration at Norwich, Conn., 
on the two hundredth anniversary of the settlement of the town, Sep- 
tember 7 and 8, 1859. J. W. Stedman, Comp. 304 p., Norwich, Conn., 
1859. 

ONECO— 

Old Sterling Township burying ground, Oneco, Conn. Mrs. Emma 
Finney Welch. 24 p., Philadelphia, 1909. 

PURITAN SETTLERS— 

Catalogue of the first Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecti- 
cut. R. R. Hinman, Hartford, Conn. Case, Tiffany & Co., Pubs. 

REFUGEES OF 1776— 

From Long Island to Connecticut. By Frederic Gregory Mather. 
1204 p., Albany, N. Y., 1913. J. B. Lyon Co., Pubs. 

SALISBURY, LITCHFIELD COUNTY, CONNECTICUT— 

Historical collections relating to the town of Salisbury, Litchfield 
County, Conn., Vol. I, arranged and published by the Salisbury Asso- 
ciation, Inc., New Haven, Conn., 1913. The Tuttle, Morehouse & 
Taylor Co. 

SAYBROOK— 

See History of the colony of New Haven, by E. E. Atwater. 

STRATFORD— 

Genealogies of the town of Stratford, Conn. By Samuel L. Orcutt. 
Stratford, Conn., 1886. 

TRINITY COLLEGE— 

History of Trinity College in the biographies of its presidents, 
1824-1904. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. 
Ill, pp. 495-498.) 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

A complete roster of Colonel David Waterbury, Jr^s regiment of 
Connecticut Volunteers. A. H. Clark, comp. 20 p.. New York City, 
1897. A. S. Clark, Pub. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

A historical collection from official records, files, etc., of the part 
sustained by Connecticut during the War of the Revolution with an 
appendix containing important letters, depositions, etc., written during 
the war. Royal R. Hinman, Comp. 643 p. Hartford. E. Gleason, 1842. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

See Vol. VIII, Connecticut Historical Society. Rolls and List of 
Connecticut Men in the Revolution. Vol. XII. Lists and returns of 
Connecticut Men in the Revolution, 1775-1783. Conn. Hist. Soc. 



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CONNECTICUT— Continued 

WAE OF THE EEVOLUTION— 

The Eefugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut. By 
Frederick Gregory Mather, Albany, N. Y., 1913. J. B. Lyon Com- 
pany, printers. 

WASHINGTON— 

History of ancient Woodbury, Conn., from the first Indian deed 
in 1659 to 1854, including the present towns of Washington, South- 
bury, Bethlem, Eoxbury and a part of Oxford and Middlebury. William 
Cothren. 2 vols. Waterbury, Conn., 1854. Bronson Brothers, Pub. 

WATEEBUEY, (COL.) DAVID, JE.— 

A complete roster of Colonel David Waterbury, Jr.'s regiment of 
Connecticut Volunteers. A. H. Clark, Comp., New York City, 1897. 
20 p. A. S. Clark, Pub. 

WETHEESFIELD— 

See Connecticut Historical Society and the towns of Windsor, 
Hartford and Wethersfield. 

WESLEYAN UNIVEESITY, MIDDLETOWN, CONNECTICUT— 

Celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the foimding. 216 
p., Middletown, Conn., 1907. Wesleyan University. 

WBSLBYAN UNIVEESITY— 

Wesley bicentennial. 239 p., Middletown, Conn., 1904. Wesleyan 
University. 

WESLEYAN UNIVEESITY— 

History of Wesleyan University in the biographies of its presidents, 
1831-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. IX, 
pp. 429-431.) 

WETHEESFIELD— 

Connecticut Historical Society and the towns of Windsor, Hart- 
ford and Wethersfield. Celebration of the two-hundred and fiftieth 
anniversary of the adoption of the constitution of the State of Connecti- 
cut, Thursday, January 24, 1889. 98 p., Hartford, Conn., 1889. By 
the Historical Society. 

WINCHESTEE— 

Annals and family records of Winchester, Conn., with exercises of 
the Centennial Celebration, on the 16th and 17th days of August, 1871. 
631 p., John Boyd. Hartford, 1873. Case, Lockwood & Brainard. 

WINDHAM COUNTY, CONNECTICUT— 

History of Windham County, Connecticut. Ellen D. Lamed, 2 
vols., Worcester, Mass., Author, 1874. 



CONNECTICUT— Concluded 

WINDSOE— 

Births, marriages and deaths returned from Hartford, Windsor and 
Fairfield, and entered in the early land records of the colony of Con- 
necticut. Edwin Stanley Welles, Editor. 73 p., Hartford, Conn., 
1898. Copy No. II. 

WINDSOE— 

Connecticut Historical Society and the towns of Windsor, Hartford, 
and Wethersfield. Celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth anni- 
versary of the adoption of the first constitution of the State of Connecti- 
cut, Thursday, January 24, 1889. 98 p., Hartford, Conn., 1889. Pub. 
by the Society. 

WOLCOTT— 

History of the town of Wolcott, Conn., from 1731 to 1874. Samuel 
Orcutt. 608 p., Waterbury, Conn., 1874. American Printing Co. 

YALE UNIVERSITY— 

History of Yale University in the biographies of its founders and 
presidents, 1701-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Bio- 
graphy, Vol. I, pp. 161-175, and Vol. IX, p. 268.) 

DELAWARE 

BAEEATT^S CHAPEL AND METHODISM— 

Historical address. By Norris S. Barratt. (Historical Society of 
Delaware Papers 57.) 62 p., Wilmington, 1911. 

CEANE HOOK CHUECH— 

Predecessor of the Old Swedes^ Church at Wilmington, Del. Pen- 
nock Pusey, 28 p. (Delaware Historical Society Papers, Vol. II,) 
Wilmington, Del., 1895. 

DELAWAEE HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Papers No. 14. The Eevolutionary Soldiers of Delaware, read 
before the Historical Society of Delaware, February 11, 1875, and also 
before the General Assembly of Delaware, February 15, 1875. By W. G. 
Whiteley, 78 p., Wilmington, Del., 1896. 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF DELAWAEE— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1789-1902. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. XI, pp. 530-538; see also 
Index vol., pp. 79-80. 

KENT COUNTY, DELAWAEE— 

See Stout family. 

SOCIETY OF CINCINNATI— 

A history of the Delaware State Society of the Cincinnati. H. H. 
Belas. 112 p. (Delaware Historical Society Papers No. 13.) 



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DELAWARE— Concluded 

STOUT FAMILY— 

Of Delaware, with the story of Penelope Stout. By T. H. Streets. 
(Some allied families of Kent County, Delaware.) 107 p., Philadel- 
phia, 1916. 

WAR OF 1812— 

A paper on Commodore Thomas MacDonough, United States Navy, 
by his grandson Rodney MacDonough, read before the Historical Society 
of Delaware, January 18, 1897. 22 p.. Historical Society of Delaware. 
Papers No. 18. Wilmington, Del., 1897. 

WAR OF 1812— 

Memoir of Commodore Thomas MacDonough, by L. C. Vandegrift. 
14 p.. Historical Society of Delaware. Papers No. 12. Wilmington, 
Del., 1895. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

See Delaware Historical Society, Papers No. 14. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Diary 1776-1777, with an introduction by Caesar A. Rodney, his 
great-grandson. By Captain Thomas Rodney. 53 p., Historical So- 
ciety of Delaware. Papers No. 8. Wilmington, Del., 1888. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

A history of the Delaware State Society of the Cincinnati from its 
organization to the present time. Henry Hobart Bellas. 112 p. Dela- 
ware Historical Society Papers No. 13. Wilmington, Del. Pub. by 
the Society, 1895. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

A Journal of the Southern Expedition 1780-1783. By William 
Seymour. 42 p. Historical Society of Delaware Papers No. 15. Wil- 
mington, Del., 1896. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Memoir of Brigadier-General John Dagworthy of the Revolutionary 
War. G. W. Marshall. 26 p. Historical Society of Delaware Papers 
No. 10. Wilmington, Del., 1895. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Personal recollections of an officer of the Delaware regiments in the 
Revolutionary War, with notes by Henry Hobart Bellas. By Captain 
Enoch Anderson. Delaware Historical Society Papers 16. Wilming- 
ton, Del., 1896. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Revolutionary Soldiers of Delaware. Read before the Historical 
Society of Delaware, February 11, 1875, and also before the General 
Assembly of Delaware, February 15, 1875. William G. Whiteley. 78 p. 
(Delaware Historical Society Papers No. 14.) 



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FLORIDA 

HUGUENOT COLONY, 1562-1565— 

The Spanish Settlements within the present limits of the United 
States. Florida, 1562-1574, by Woodbury Lowery. 500 p. New York 
& London, 1911. G. P. Putnam^s Sons. 

Spanish Colony, 1565-1763. 

LIST OF THE GOVEKNOES— 

United States Senators and Chief Justices of the State of Florida, 
1845»-1905; with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American 
Biography. Index vol., p. 80.) 

GEORGIA 

ATLANTA— 

History of Atlanta, Ga. with illustrations and biographical sketches 
of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Wallace P. Eeed, ed. 
211 p., Syracuse, N. Y., 1889. Mason & Co., Pubs. 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES— 

Of the delegates from Georgia to the Continental Congress. Charles 
C. Jones, Jr. 211 p., Boston & New York, 1891. Houghton, Mifflin 
& Co. ' 

CAMDEN COUNTY, GEORGIA— 



History of Camden County, Georgia, by James T. Vocelle. 156 p., 
Jacksonville, Fla., 1914. Printed by Kennedy, Brown & Hall Co. 

CLINCH COUNTY, GEORGIA— 

History of Clinch County, Georgia, revised to date, giving the 
early history of the county down to the present time (1916) ; also 
complete lists of county officers, together with minor officers and also 
sketches, of county officers^ lines; with chapters on the histories of old 
families of Clinch County; also other information as is historical in 
its nature. Compiled and edited by Folks Husford. 309 p., Macon, 
Ga., 1916. The J. W. Burke Co., Pub. 

HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA— 



By A. L. Hull, Athens, Ga., 1894. 147 p., Atlanta, Ga., 1894. 
The Foote & Davies Co. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GEORGIA— 

Collections, 1873-1904, Savannah, Ga. Published by the Society. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF GEORGIA— 
Quarterly. Vol. 1, No. 1. March, 1917. 

HISTORY OF ALABAMA— 

And incidentally of Georgia and Mississippi from the earliest 
period. A. J. Pickett. 773 p. Birmingham, Webb & Co., Pubs., 1900. 



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GEORGIA. — Concluded 



HISTOEY OF GEOEGIA- 



From its earliest settlement to the present time. By T. S. Arthur 
and W. H. Carpenter. 331 p., Philadelphia, 1852. Lippincott, Grambo 
& Co., Pubs. 

LIBEETY COUNTY, GEOEGIA- 



History of the Midway Congregational Church, Liberty County, 
6a. By James Stacy. 283 p., Newman, Ga., 1899. S. W. Murray, 
Pub. 

LIST OF THE GOVEENOES— 

United States Senators and Chief Justices of the State of Georgia, 
1789-1906, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American 
Biography. Index vol., p. 81-82.) 

ST MAEY^S, GEOEGIA— 

Historical sketch of St. Mary's compiled from the files of the South- 
east Georgian. James Thomas Vocelle. 9 p. n. d. Prize composition 
in St. Mary's School contest. 

HONDURAS 

UNITED STATES EEPEESENTATIVES TO HONDIJeAS, 1853- 
1906— 

With biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Index vol., p. 681.) 

HAWAII 

UNITED STATES EEPEESENTATIVES TO HAWAII, 1841- 
1898— 

With biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Index voL, p. 681.) 

IDAHO 

EARLY HISTOEY OF IDAHO— 

By W. J. McConnell. 420 p., Caldwell, Idaho, 1913. 

ILUNOIS 

ADAMS COUNTY— 

Atlas map drawn from personal examinations and surveys. An- 
dreas, Lyter & Co., Pubs. Davenport, la., 1872. 

ADAMS COUNTY— 

History of Adams County, Illinois containing a history of the 
county, its cities, biographical directory, war record, statistics. 971 p., 
Chicago, 1879. Murray, Williamson & Phelps. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

ADAMS COUNTY— 

History of churches in Adams County, Illinois, from the Home 
Missionary, N. Y., January, 1844. See pp. 71-76. (In Journal of the 
Ills. State Hist. Soc. Vol. 3, No. 1, April, 1910.) 

ADAMS COUNTY— 

Past and present of the city of Quincy and Adams County, Illi- 
nois, including the late Colonel John Tillson^s History of Quincy, with 
biographical sketches of prominent citizens and illustrious dead. 
Wifiiam Collins and Cicero F. Perry. 1124 p., Chicago. Clarke, 1905. 

ADAMS COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Adams County, Illinois, con- 
taining sketches of prominent citizens, with biographies and portraits 
of all the presidents of the United States. 598 p., Chicago, 1892. 
Chapman Bros., Pubs. 

ADAMS COUNTY— 

Eeminiscences of Quincy. By Henry Asbury. Published Quincy, 
111., 1882. 

ADAMS COUNTY— 
See Quincy, 111. 

ALBION— 

ilower^s letters from Lexington, Ky. (June 25, 1819) and the 
Illinois (August 16, 1819) Albion, 111. In Thwaites, Early Western 
Travels, 1748-1846. Vol. 10, pp. 85-109. 

See Edwards County. 

ALEXANDER COUNTY— 

History of Alexander, Union and Pulaski Counties, Illinois. W. 
H. Perrin. 338 p., Chicago, 1883. 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pub. 
See Cairo. 

AMERICAN IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Illinois chapter. Lecture, Irish First in American History, by 
Michael J. O'Brien. 48 p., Chicago, 1917. 

ANCESTRY AMONG THE DAUGHTERS OP THE AMERICAN 
REVOLUTION— 

By Mrs. Katharine E. Sparks. See pp. 137-143. In Publication 
No. 7, 1902. Illinois State Historical Library. 

ATLAS OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS— 

General maps, history and statistics. Chicago, 1876. Warner & 
Beers, Pubs. 

See Illinois. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

BAJSTKEES^ ASSOCIATION— 

lUinois State, 1891, 1892, 1893, 1895, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 
1902, 1904, 1905 to date. 

BEARDSTOWN, ILLINOIS— 

Thomas Beard, the pioneer and founder of Beardstown, 111., by 
P. C. Croll, D. D. pp. 111-129. In Publication No. 23, 1917. Illinois 
State Historical Library. 

BELLEVILLE, ILLINOIS— 

Belleville Business Mirror for 1860, containing the names and resi- 
dences of every male citizen, etc. Sutherland & McEvoy, Pub., 1860. 

BELLEVILLE— 

Eevised ordinances of the city of Belleville, with a brief history 
of Belleville by ex-Governor John Reynolds. Revised by T. J. Krafft. 
191 p., Belleville, 1862. Printed by G. A. Harvey. 

BELLEVILLE— 

See Reynolds sketches. Pub. Belleville, 1854. Printed by J. A. 
Willis. 

BISHOP HILL COLONY, HENRY COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

By Hiram Bigelow. See pp. 101-108. In Pub. No. 7, 1902. Illi- 
nois State Historical Library. 

BISHOP HILL COLONY— 

Celebration of the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the 
Bishop Hill Colony, Henry County, Illinois. See pp. 344-356. In 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Societv. Vol. 9, No. 3, October, 
1916. 

BISHOP HILL COLONY— 

The Bishop Hill Colony, a religious communistic settlement in 
Henry County, Illinois. 80 p. Michael A. Mikkelsen (Johns Hopkins 
University. Studies in Historical and Political Science. Vol. 10, No. 
1, 1892.) The Johns Hopkins' Press. 

BLACK HAWK WAR— 

An account of the discovery of the graves of the men who fell in 
the "Battle of Stillman's Run,'' on May 14, 1832. By Rev. R. W. 
Newlands, of Stillman Valley, 111. See pp. 117-120 in Pub. No. 6, 
1901. Illinois State Historical Library. 

BLACK HAWK WAR— 

Stillman's Defeat. By Frank E. Stevens. See pp. 170-179. In 
Pub. No. 7, 1902. Ills. State Historical Library. 

BLACK HAWK WAR— 

Letters of William Orr, private in Black Hawk War to Judge 
Sawyer, Edwardsville. See pp. 66-79. In Journal of the Illinois State 
Historical Society. Vol. 5, No. 1, April, 1912. 



15 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

BLACK HAWK WAK, 1831-32— 

The Sauks and the Black Hawk War, with biographical sketches, 
etc. By Perry A. Armstrong. 726 p. Springfield, 1887. H. W. 
Rokker, Printer. 

BLACK HAWK WAR— 

Stevens, Frank. History of the Black Hawk War, including a 
review of Black Hawk's life. Chicago, 1903. Pub. by the Author. 

BLOOMINGTON— 

City Directory. W. Curtis, Comp., 1889. 

BLOOMINGTON— 

Early milliners and dressmakers in Bloomington. A. M. Thayer, 
Bloomington, HI., 1912. 

BLOOMINGTON— 

History of Bloomington and Normal. J. H. Burnham, Comp., 
Bloomington, 1879. 

BLOOMINGTON— 

Some old gravestone inscriptions in Bloomington and Randolph 
Townships, McLean County, Illinois, with notes. By Milo Custer, 
Comp., Bloomington, 1911. 

BLOOMINGTON— 

Twenty-five years of religious life in Bloomington, 111. By James 
H. Gilliland. 53 p., Bloomington, 1912. 

BLUE BOOK OF ILLINOIS— 

Issued every two years. Gives biographies of members of the Gen- 
eral Assembly. 
See Illinois. 

BOND COUNTY— 

History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois. W. H. Perrin, 
ed. 33 p., Chicago, 1882. 0. L. Baskin & Co. 

BOND COUNTY— 

Illinois Historical; Bond County biographical. Warren E. Mc- 
Castin, ed., Chicago. Munsell Pub. Co., 1915. 789 p. 

BOND COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Montgomery and Bond Coun- 
ties, Illinois. 518 p., Chicago, 1892. Chapman Brothers, Pubs. 

BOONE COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and history of Boone County. 
Edited by Richard V. Carpenter, 2 vols., Chicago, 1909. Munsell 
Pub. Co. 



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BOONE COUNTY— 

Township maps, area lands and owners names, railroads and wage 
roads, streams, location of school houses, churches, cemeteries, map cit 
of Belvidere and interior towns. Chicago, 188<). Wm. C. Sauer i 
Co., Pubs. 

BOUEBOXNAIS— 

Or the earlv French settlement in Kankakee County, Illinois. B 
Charles B. Canipbell. See pp. 65-72, in Pub. No. 11,' 1906. Illinoi 
State Historical Library. 

BBOWX COUNTY— 

Combined history of Schuyler and Brown Counties, Illinois. Bic 
graphical sketches. 412 p., Philadelphia, Brink, 1882. 

BUREAU COUNTY— 

The biographical record of Bureau, Marshall and Putnam Countiei 
Illinois. 737 p., Chicago, Clarke, 1896. 

BUREAU COUNTY— 

History of Bureau County, Illinois. H. C. Bradsby, ed. 710 p 
Chicago, 1885. World Pub. Co. 

BUREAU COUNTY— 

Reminiscences of Bureau County, Illinois, in two parts, with illui 
trations. Nehemiah Matson. 406 p., Princeton, 111., 1872. Republ 
can Book & Job Office. 

BUREAU COUNTY— 

The voters and taxpayers of Bureau County, Illinois; also a bi< 
graphical directory, history of the county and state. 411 p., C^hicag< 
H. F. Kett & Co.,^ Pubs. 

BUTLER GROVE TOWXSllIP. MOXTGOMEHY COUNTY, ILL! 
NOIS— 

Semi-centenarians of Butler Grove Township, Montgomery Count; 
Illinois; also a brief history of the village of Butler. T. E. Spilmai 
l<Sr8. 14:5 p. 

BUTLER, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Semi-centenarians of Butler Grove Township, Mont<i:omery Count; 
Illinois; also a brief history of the village of Butler. T. E. Spibna] 

1S7S. 143 p. 

CAIRO— 

A history of the citv of Cairo, 111. By John M. Lansden. 303 p 
Chicafro, 1910. R. R. Donnellev & Sons. " 

CANTON— 

History and reminiscences of school work in Canton, 111. By Ma] 
J. Law. .53 p., Canton, 111., 1894. 



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ILLINOIS — Continued 

CAXTON— 

Its pioneers and history, a contribution to the history of Fulton 
County. Alonzo M. Swan. 154 p., Canton, 111., 1871. 

CAKEOLL COUNTY— 

Historical encyclopedia of Illinois and history of Carroll County. 
Edited by Charles L. Hostetter. 2 vols., Chicago. Munsell Pub. Co., 
1913, vol. 2 only. 

CAEEOLL COUNTY— 

The history of Carroll County, Illinois, containing a history of the 
county, its cities, towns, etc., a biographical directory, war record, 
statistics, history of the Northwest, miscellaneous matters. 501 p., 
Chicago. H. T. Kett & .Co., Pubs., 1878. 

CAEEOLL COUNTY— 

Letters from Ogle and Carroll Counties, 1838-1857. Copied by 
J. W. Clinton of Polo, 111. See pp. 247-261, in Pub. No. 12, 1907. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 

CASS COUNTY— 

An illustrated directory of Cass County schools. Albert E. Hin- 
ners, n. p., 1902. 

CASS COUNTY— 

Atlas map of Cass County, Illinois. \V. E. Brink & Co. 79 p., 
Philadelphia, 1874. 

CASS COUNTY— 

Historical sketches of Cass County, Illinois. By J. N. Gridley 
and others. 445 p., Virginia Enquirer, Virginia, 111., 1907. 

CASS COUNTY— 

Historv of Cass County. William Henry Perrin, ed. 357 p., 
Chicago, 1882. 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pub. 

CATHOLIC CHUECH— 

The Catholic Bishops of the Diocese of Alton, 111. By Eev. A. 
Zurbonsen, Quincy, 111. See pp. 127-137, in Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society, Vol. 10, No. I, April, 1917. 

CATHOLIC CHUECH IN ILLINOIS— 

E])itome of the Catholic Church in Illinois, cover title: Lives of 
Earlv Catholic Missionaries of the Nineteenth Century in Illinois. 31 
p., Chicago, 1907. H. G. Adair. 

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY— 

Early history and pioneers of Champaign County; biographical 
sketches. ^I. W. Mathews and L. A. McLean. 164 p., Urbana, 111., 
1886. Champaign Co. Herald. 
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ILLINOIS— Continued 

CHAMPAIGX COUXTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Batemau & Selby. 
Historv of Champaign County. By J. 0. Cunningham. 1060 p., 
Chicago, 1905. Munsell Pub. C.^o. 

CHAMPAIGX COUXTY— 

History of Champaign County, Illinois, with illustrations descrip- 
tive of its scenery and biogra])hical sketches of some of its prominent 
men and pioneers. 105 p., Philadelphia, 18T8. Brink, McDonough & 
Co., Pubs. 

CHAMPAIGX COUXTY— 

A standard history of Champaign County, Illinois. J. E. Stewart. 
2 vols., Chicago, 1918. Lewis Pub. Co. 

CHAPTEES FEOM ILLIXOIS HISTOEY— 

By Edward G. Mason. The Land of the Illinois. Illinois in the 
Eevolution. The March of the Spaniards Across Illinois. The Chicago 
Massacre. Edward G. Mason. ;^22 p., Chicago, 1901. H. S. Stone & 
Co., Pubs. 

CHICAGO AXD ITS DISTIXGUISHED CITIZEXS OE THE 
PEOGEESS OF FOETY YEAES— 

Edited by David Ward Wood. 573 p., Chicago, 1881. Milton 
George & Co., Pubs. 

CHICAGO BAE— 

Sketches and notices of the Chicago bar ; including the more prom- 
inent lawyers and judges of the citv and suburban towns. Franc Bangs 
Wilkie (Polinto). 128 p., Chicago. Western X^ews Co., 1872. 

CHICAGO— 

The book of Chicagoans ; a biographical dictionary of leading living 
men of the city of Chicago. P]dited by John W. Leonard. Chicago, 
A. X. Marquis & Co., 1905. 

CHICAGO— 

Early Days, Chicago in ISrSG. Strange Early Days. Harriet Mar- 
tineau. (In Annals of (liicago Xo. 0, p]). 3-1-48.) 

CHICAGO— 

Early Days of Peoria and Chicago. An address read before the 
Chicago Historical Society at a quarterly meeting held January 19, 
1904. By David McCuUoch. 87-117 p. In Chicago Historical Society's 
Proceedings, 1903-1905. Chicago, 1905. 

CHICAGO— 

p]arly Plistory of the Drug Trade. Compiled from the records of 
the Chicago Veteran Druggists Association. By Albert E. Ebert, 
Historian. See pp. ^^34-274, in Pul). Xo. 8, 1903, Illinois State His- 
torical Library. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

CHICAGO— 

Early History of the Drug Trade of Chicago. By Albert E. Ebert. 
pp. 239-260, in Pub. No. 10, 1905, Illinois State Historical Library. 

CHICAGO— 

Early Medical Chicago ; an historical sketch of the first practitioners 
of medicine, with the present faculties and graduates since the or- 
ganization, of the Medical Colleges of Chicago. By James Nevins 
Hyde. 78 p., Chicago, 1879. Fergus Printing Company. 

CHICAGO— 

^ee Fergus Historical Series. 

CHICAGO HISTOEICAL SOCIETY, 1857-1907— 

Celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of its incorporation, February 
7, 1907; addresses by Ezra B. McCagg and Franklin H. Head; roll of 
officers and members. 46 p., 1907. Proceedings of the Chicago His- 
torical Society. 

CHICAGO— HISTOEY OF CHICAGO— 

Edited by John Moses, and Joseph Kirkland. 2 vols., Chicago and 
New York, 1895. Munsell & Co., Pubs. 

CHICAGO— 

History of Chicago from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. 
By A. T. Andreas. 3 vols., Chicago, 1884. A. T. Andreas, Pubs. 

CHICAGO— 

History of the city of Chicago, its men and institutions, biograph- 
ical sketches of leading citizens. 490 p. Inter Ocean Pub. Press of 
the Blakely Printing* Co., 1900. 

CHICAGO— 

Industrial Chicago. 2 vols. Goodspeed Pub. Co., 1891. Vol. VI. 
The Bench and Bar. 

CHICAGO— 

Its history and its builders. By J. Seymour Currey. 5 vols., Chi- 
cago, 1912. 

CHICAGO— 

Presbyterian Church, First Presbyterian Church; a history of the 
oldest organization in Chicago, with biographical sketches of the pastors 
and copious extracts from the church choir records. P. A. Otis. 179 
p., Chicago, 1900. C. P. Summy. 

CHICAGO— 

Eeminiscences of early Chicago and vicinity. By Edwin 0. Gale. 
452 p., Chicago, Eevell, 1902. 



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ILLINOIS — Continued 

CHICAGO— 

Sixty years in Chicago. By William J. Onahan. pp. 79-88. In 
Publication Xo. 22, 1916. Illinois State Historical Library. 

CHICAGO— 

Stories and sketches of Chicago. J. McClnre. 197 p., 1880. 
Rhodes & McClnre. 

CHICAGO, UNIVEESITY OF— 

A history of the University of Chicago, the first quarter century. 
T. W. Goodspeed. 522 p., Chicago, 1916. University of Chicago Press. 
>>e Cook County. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH— 

Or Disciples of Christ. Berea Church, Morgan County, Illinois 
original church records, article on, by Mrs. Andrew Harris, pp. 404- 
408. In Vol. 5, Xo. 3, October, 1912. Journal of the Illinois State 
Historical Society. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH OR DISCIPLES OF CHRIST IN SPRING- 
FIELD— 

The Christian Church of Springfield, something of its beginnings 
and growth, during the first sixty years of its history, 1833-1893. By 
Charles P. Kane. See pp. 298-314. In Publication No. 12, 1907. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH— 

Disciples of Christ. History of the Disciples of Christ in Illinois, 
1819-1914. By Nathaniel S. Haynes, A. M. 670 p., Cincinnati, 1915. 
The Standard Pub. Co. 

CHRISTIAN CHURCH— 

Early Religious Beginnings in Illinois. By Russel F. Thrapp. 
See pp. 303-316 in Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 
Vol. 4, No. 3, October, 1911. 

CHRISTIAN COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. By Batenian & Selby and 
History of Christian County. Edited by Henry L. Fowkes. Only 
Vol. 2, 623-1014 pp., Chicago, 111., 1918. Munsell Pub. Co. 

CHRISTIAN COUNTY— 

History of Christian County, Illinois, with illustrations and bio- 
graphical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Phila- 
delphia, 1880. 259 p. Brink, McDonough & Co. 

CLARK COUNTY— 

History of Crawford and Clark Counties, Illinois. W. H. Perrin. 
374 p., Chicago. 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

CLAY COUNTY— 

Atlas. B. N. Griffing, Philadelphia, 1881. 

CLAY COUNTY— 

Biographical and reminiscent history of Richland, Clay and Marion 
Counties, Illinois. 608 p., Indianapolis, Ind., 1909. B. F. Bowen & 
Co., Pubs. 

CLAY COUNTY— 

History of Wayne and Clay Counties, Illinois. 242 p., Chicago, 
1884. Globe Pub. Co. 

CLINTON COUNTY— 

History of Marion and Clinton Counties, Illinois, with biographical 
sketches. 292 p., Philadelphia, 1881. Brink, McDonough & Co., Pubs. 

CLINTON COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Clinton, Washington, Marion 
and Jefferson Counties, Illinois. 585 p., Chicago, 1894. Chapman 
Pub. Co. 

COLES COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby, 
and history of Coles County. Edited by Charles Edward Wilson. 886 
p., Chicago. Munsell Pub. Co., 1906. 

COLES COUNTY— 

The history of Coles County, Illinois, history of Illinois, history of 
the Northwest; Constitution of the United States, Miscellaneous Mat- 
ters. 699 p., Chicago, 1879. W. LeBaron, Jr. & Co., Pubs. 

CONCORDIA SEMINARY, SPRINGFIELD— 

Zum 50 jahregen jubilaum des Praktischen Evan. — Lutherischen 
Concordia Seminars zu Springfield, 111., 1846-1896. 208- p., St. Louis, 
Mo., 1896. Concordia Publishing House. 

CONGREGATION ASSOCIATION— 

History of the Congregational Association of Southern Illinois. 
By Rev. George R. Parrish, L. L. B. 72 p., Chicago, 1892. Press of 
P. F. Pettibone & Co. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES IN ILLINOIS— 

Pioneer Congregational Ministers in Illinois, the kind of men they 
were, and the work they did. See pp. 78-96. In Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society. Vol. 3, No. 1, April, 1910. 

CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN ILLINOIS— 

The kinds oi men they were and the work they did. G. S. P. 
Savage. 12 p. n. d. Chicago Ministers' Union. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

COOK COUXTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Newton Bateman 
and Paul Selby, Cook County Edition. 2 vols., Chicago. Munsell Pub. 
Co., 1905. Vol. 2 contains the history of Chicago and Cook County 
with biographies. 

COOK COUNTY— 

Historical Eeview of Chicago and Cook County and selected biog- 
raphy. By A. N. Waterman, A. B., L. L. D. S vols., Chicago, 111., 
1908. Lewis Pub. Co. 

COOK COUNTY— 

History of Cook County Illinois from the earliest period to the 
present time. Alfred T. Andreas. 3 vols., Chicago, 1884. A. T. 
Andreas, Pub. 

COOK COUNTY— 

Its history and its builders. By J. Seymour Currey. 4 vols., 1912. 
The S. J. Clarke Pub. Co. 

COOK COUNTY— 

The judges of the County Court of Cook County, Illinois, from the 
time the court was organized under the constitution of 1848, to the 
present January, 1902. 8 p. Chicago Legal News Print, 1902. 

COOK COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Cook and DuPage Counties, 
Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representa- 
tive citizens of the county, together with biographies and portraits of 
all the presidents of the United States. 640 p., Chicago, 1894. Lake 
City Pub. Co. 

COOK COUNTY— 

Sketches and portraits of the newly elected judges in Cook County, 
Illinois, November, 1892. 8 p. From the Chicago Legal News of 
November 19, 18.92. 

COUNTY MAPS OF ILLINOIS— 

(102 counties) survey maps. Chicago, 1909. Eand, McNally & 
Co., Pubs. 

COURTS AND LAWYERS OF ILLINOIS— 

F. B. Crossley. 3 vols., Chicago, 1916. American Historical 
Society, Pubs. 

CRAWFORD COUNTY— 

History of Crawford and Clark Counties, Illinois. W. H. Perrin. 
3?4 p., Chicago, 1883. 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs. 

CRAWFORD COUNTY— 

Some early history retold, address before the Pioneer Association, 
August 15, 1912 (In the Robinson, 111. Argus, August 21, 1912). 



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ILLINOIS — Continued 

CUMBEELAND COUNTY— 

Counties of Cumberland, Jasper and Richland, Illinois, historical 
and biographical. 839 p., Chicago, 1884. F. A. Battey & Co., Pubs. 

DECATUE— 

The City of Decatur. Lloyd Shaw. 72 p., Dixon, 111., 1892. L. L. 
Shaw, Pub. Co. 

DECATUE— 

City of Decatur and Macon County, Illinois, a record of settlement, 
crganization, progress and achievement. William Edward Nelson, ed. 
2 vols., Chicago. The Pioneer Pub. Co., 1910. 

DECATUE— 

Personal recollections of early Decatur; Abraham Lincoln, Eichard 
J. Oglesby and the Civil War. By Mrs. Jane Martin Johns, Decatur, 
111. Decatur Chapter Daughters of the American Eevolution, 1912. 
268 p. 

DEKALB COUNTY— 

Atlas map of DeKalb County, Illinois, from personal examinations 
and surveys. Geneva, 1871. Thompson & Everts, Pubs. 

DEKALB COUNTY— 

History of DeKalb County, Illinois. Henry L. Boies. 530 p., 
Chicago, 1868. 0. P. Bassett, Pub. 

DEKALB COUNTY— 

The voters and taxpayers of DeKalb County, Illinois. 342 p. 
H. F. Kett & Co., 1876. Chicago, 111. 

DEMOCEATIC PAETY— 

Prominent Democrats of Illinois. Brief history of the party. Bio- 
graphical sketches of well known leaders. Democrat Pub. Co., Chicago, 
1899. 

DEWITT COUNTY— 

The biographical record of DeWitt County, Illinois. 218 p., Chi- 
cago, 1901. Clarke Pub. Co. 

DEWITT COUNTY— 

History of DeWitt County, Illinois, with biographical sketches of 
the county, 2 vols. Pioneer Pub. Co., Chicago, 1901. 

DEWITT COUNTY— 

History of DeWitt County, Illinois, with illustrations, descriptive 
scenery, and biographical sketches of some of the prominent men and 
pioneers. By W. E. Brink & Co. 338 p., Philadelphia, 1882. 

DEWITT COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical album of DeWitt and Piatt Counties, 
Illinois. 992 p., Chicago, 1891. Chapman Bros., Pubs. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

disciplEkS or christian church— 

Berea Church, Morgan County, Illinois; original church records, 
article on. By Mrs. Andrew Harris, pp. 404-408, in vol. 5, No. 3, 
October, 1912. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 

DISCIPLES OR CHRISTIAN CHURCH, SPHIXGFIELD— 

The Christian Church of Springfield, 111.; something of its be- 
ginnings and growth, during the. first sixty vears of its history, 1833- 
1893. By Charles P. Kane. See pp. 298-314, in Pub. No. 12, 1907. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 

DISCIPLES OR CHRLSTIAN CHURCH— 

Disciples of Christ in Illinois and their attitude toward slavery. 
By Rev. N. S. Haynes. See pp. 52-59, in Publication No. 19, 1913. 
Illinois State Historical Librarv. 

ft 

DISCIPLES OR CHRISTIAN CHURCH— 

Early beginning in Illinois. By Russel F. Thrapp. See pp. 303- 
316, in Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 4, No. 3, 
October, 1911. 

DIXON, ILLINOIS— 

History of Dixon and Lee County. By Frank Kurtz. 66 p., 
Dixon, 111., 1880. 

DOUGLAS COUNTY— 

County of Douglas, Illinois; historical and biographical with an 
outline sketch of the Northwest Territory and of the State of Illinois. 
570 p., Chicago, 1884. F. A. Battey & Co., Pubs. 

DOUGLAS COUNTY— 

Dedication of Douglas County Court House, June 12, 1913. 
r>ouglas County Board of Supervisors, Tuscola, 111. Journal Printing 
Co., 1913. 

DOUGLAS COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Ed. by Bateman & Selby. 
Douglas County Biographical. Ed. by John W. King. 837 p., Chicago, 
1910. Munsell Pub. Co. 

DOUGLAS COUNTY— 

Historical and biographical record of Douglas County, Illinois. 
Compiled by John Gresham, U. S. A. 299 p., Logansport, Ind., 1900. 
Press of Wilson, Humphreys & Co. 

DUNDEE, ILLINOIS. 

Memories of our Neighbors. A series of articles appearing in the 
Dundee Hawkeye. By Frederick Hall. 120 p. F. E. Holmes, 1916. 



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ILLINOIS— Ccmtinued 

DUPAGE COUNTY— 

Atlas map of DuPage County, Illinois, from personal examinations 
and surveys. Elgin, 111., 1874. Thompson Bros. & Burr, Pubs. 

DUPAGE COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopeclia of Illinois. By Bateman & Co. History 
of DuPage County Historical and Biographical, by special authors and 
contributors, 2 vols., Chicago, 1913. Munsell Pub. Co. 

DUPAGE COUNTY— 

A history of the county of DuPage, Illinois. C. W. Richmond and 
H. F. Vallette. 205 p., Chicago, 1857. 

DUPAGE COUNTY— 

History of DuPage County. Rufus Blanchard. 247 p., Chicago, 
1882, 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs. 

DUPAGE COUNTY— 

History of DuPage County, Illinois. Compiled under the super- 
vision of the board of supervisors, C. W. Richmond. 250 p., Aurora, 
111., 1877. Knickerbocker & Hodder, Pubs. 

DUPAGE COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Cook and DuPage Counties, 
Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representa- 
tive citizens of the county, together with biographies and portraits of all 
the presidents of the United States. 640 p., Chicago, 1894. Lake City 
Pub. Co. 

EARLY HISTORY OF THE SANGAMON COUNTRY— 

Being notes on the first settlements in the territory now comprised 
within the limits of Morgan, Scott & Cass Counties. J. G. Henderson, 
1873. 33 p., Davenport, Iowa. Day, Egbert & Fidlar. 

EARLY PIONEERS AND PIONEER EVENTS OF THE STATE 
OF ILLINOIS— 

Including personal recollections of the writer, of Abraham Lincoln, 
Andrew Jackson and Peter Cartwright, together with a brief auto- 
biography of the writer. By Harvey Lee Ross. Chicago, 1899. 199 p. 
Eastman. 

EARLY SURVEYORS AND SURVEYING IN ILLINOIS— 

By Zimri A. Enos. 7 p., n.p., n.d. 

EAST ST. LOUIS— 

History of East St. Louis, its resources, statistics, railroads. Robert 
A. Tyson. 151 p.. East St. Louis, 1875. 

EDGAR COUNTY— 

A historic spot in Edgar County. George W. Brown. From the 
Monthly Progress, January, 1907. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

KDGAE COUNTY— 

The history of Edgar Coimty, Illinois, cities, town, etc. Chicago, 
18T9. ?98 p. 'Wm. LeBaron & Co., Pubs. 

EDUCATIOXAL HISTORY OF ILLINOIS— 

Growth and progress in educational affairs of the State from the 
earliest day to the present with portraits and biographies. John W. 
Cook. 744 p., Chicago, 1912. H. 0. Shepard, Pub. 

EDWAEDS COUXTY— 

Combined history of Edwards, Lawrence and Wabash Counties, 
Illinois, with illustrations and biographical sketches. 377 p., Phila- 
delphia, 1883. J. L. McDonough & Co., Pubs. 

EDWARDS COUNTY— 

The English Settlement in the Illinois. Reprint of three rare 
tracts on the Illinois country, with map and a view of a British Colony 
house at Albion. Edited with introduction and notes, by Edwin Erie 
Sparks. 38 p. The Torch Press, 1907. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

EDWARDS COUNTY— 

History of the English Settlement in Edwards County, Illinois, 
founded in 1817 and 1818. By Morris Birkbeck and George Flower. 
Edited by E. B. Washburne. Chicago Historical Society Collections, 
Vol. I, Chicago, 1882. Fergus Printing Co. 

EDWARDS COUNTY— 

Flower^s Letters from Lexington (June 25, 1819) and the Illinois 
(August 16, 1819). Richard Flower, in Thwaites, Early Western 
Travels, 1748-1846. Vol. 10, Cleveland, Ohio, 1904. 

EDWARDS county- 
Two years' residence in the settlement on the English prairie, in 
the Illinois country, etc. By John Woods. 310 p., London, 1822. 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown. 

EFFINGHAM COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby, 
Effingham County Biographical. Edited by special authors and contri- 
butors. 893 p., Chicago, 1910. Munsell Pub. Co. 

EFFINGHAM COUNTY— 

History of Effingham County, Illinois. W. H. Perrin, ed. 263 p. 
0. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs., Chicago, 111. 

EVANSTON— 

Antoine Ouilmette, the first settler of Evanston and Wilmette. By 
Frank Reed Grover. 26 p., Evanston, 111. Historical Society, 1908. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

EYANSTOX— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Bateman & Selby, and 
History of Evanston, edited by Harvey B. Hurd, L.L. D. Eobert D. 
Sheppard, 2 vols. Chicago, 1906. Munsell-Pub. Co. 

EVAXSTOX— 

A classic town; the story of Evanston, by "an old timer." Frances 
E. Willard. 423 p,, Chicago, 1892. Woman^s Temperance Pub. Assc. 

FAEMIXGTOX— 

Souvenir of Farmington, 111. F. Hoagland. 40 p., Farmington. 
S. P. Wood n.d. 

FAYETTE COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby. 
History of Fayette County. Edited by Eobert W. Eoss & John J. 
Bullington. 2 vols., Chicago, 1910. Munsell Pub. Co. 

FAYETTE COUNTY— 

History of Fayette County, biographical sketches. 108 p., Phila- 
delphia, 1878. Brink, McDonough & Co. 

FIFTY YEAES^ EECOLLECTIONS— 

With observations and reflections on historical events, giving 
sketches of eminent citizens, their lives and public services. By Jeriah 
Bonham. 536 p., Peoria, 111., 1883. J. W. Franks & Sons. 

FOED COUNTY— 

Historical atlas of Ford County, Illinois; history of the county, its 
townships, towns, schools, churches, etc.; a complete set of plats of the 
townships and villages, portraits of early settlers and prominent men. 
J. H. Beers & Co,, Pubs., Chicago, 1884. 

FOED COUNTY— 

History of Ford County, Illinois, from its earliest settlement to 
1908. E. A. Gardner, 2 vols., Chicago, 1908. S. J. Clarke Pub. Co. 

FOUNTAIN GEEEN, HANCOCK COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Eeminiscences of Fountain Green. By C. C. Tyler, pp. 55-64, in 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 8, No. I, April, 
1915. 

FEANKLIN COUNTY— 

History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton, Franklin and Williamson 
Counties, Illinois; from the earliest time to the present, with bio- 
graphical sketches, 961 p., Chicago. Goodspeed Pub. Co., 1887. 

FEANKLIN COUNTY— 

The prospects of Franklin County, Illinois. 91 p., 1912. Pub. 
not given. 



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ILUNOIS— Continued 

FREXCH IX ILLINOIS— 

See Ft. Chartres, Kaskaskia. 

FRENCH IX ILLINOIS— 

By J. Nick Perrin. See pp. 129-132. In Publication ^o. 7, 1902. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 

FRENCH IX ILLINOIS— 

Illinois under the French, 1673-1765. By Stephen L. Spear, pp. 
445-459. In Publication No. 9, 1904. Illinois State Historical Library. 

FRIENDS SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS— 

Aliiuittis of the proceedings of the 44th session of Illinois, yearly 
meeting of the religious society of Friends, held in McNabb, Putnam 
County, 1918. 40 p., Decatur, 111. Herald Press. 

FULTON COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby. 
History of Fulton County. Edited by Jesse Heylin. 1184 p., Chicago, 
1908. Munsell Pub. Co. 

FULTON COUNTY— 

History of Fulton County, Illinois, educational, religious, civil, 
military, and political history, history of Illinois, digest of State laws. 
1090 p. C. C. Chapman & Co., Pubs., Peoria, 111., 1879. 

GALENA, ILLINOIS— 

City directory, 1854-55. H. H. Houghton & Co. 

GALESBURG, ILLINOIS- 



Butler^s Blue Book (colored people) D. E. Butler. 33 p.. Gales- 
burg, 1907. D. E. Butler, Pub. 

GALESBURG— 

Dewey's County Directory, historical sketch of the townships. J. 
L. Dewey, Galesburg. 275 p., 1868. 

GALESBURG— 

Galesburg public schools, their history and work, 1861-1911. By 
William Lucas Steels. 454 p., Galesburg, 1911. Board of Education. 
The Cadmus Press. 

GALESBURG— 

How Galesburg grew. Mary x411en West. Manuscript. 

GALESBUKCJ— 

Knox College, story of, 1837-1912. Bv Martha Famhani Webster. 
210 p., Galesburg, 1912^. 



29 

ILLINOIS — Ccmtinued 

GALESBUEG— 

Presbyterian Church. Articles of faith and covenant of the Presby- 
terian Church, together with the names of all who have been or are now 
members; to which is added a sketch of the history of the church. By 
Eev. 6. W. Gale. 24 p., Galesburg, 1849. Intelligencer Print. 

GALLATIN COUNTY— 

History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton, Franklin and Williamson 
Counties, Illinois, from the earliest time to the present with biographical 
sketches. 961 p., Chicago, 1887. Goodspeed Pnb. Co. 

GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIEEpTORY FOR 1858-59— 

George W. Hawes, Pub. and Comp. Chicago, 1858. Scripps, Bross 
& Spears, Print. 

GAZETTEER OF ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI— 
Lewis C. Beck, Albany, 1823. 

GAZETTEER OF ILLINOIS— 

J. M. Peck, 1834, 1836, 1837. Pub. Jacksonville, Boston, Phila- 
delphia. 

GEXESEO, ILLINOIS— 

First Congregational Church, seventy-fifth anniversary proceedings 
of. 48 p. Geneseo, 111., 1911. 

GENESEO— 

First Congregational Church Proceedings of the seventy-fifth anni- 
versary, 1911. 48 p. Geneseo, 111., 1911. Pub. by the church. 

GENESEO— 

Memorial address at the thirtieth anniversary of the settlement 
of Geneseo, Illinois, November 19 and 20, 1866. By J. E. Roy, 30 p., 
Chicago, 1867. 

GOUDY^S ILLINOIS FARMER^S ALMANAC— 

And repository of useful knowledge for the year, 1846. Spring- 
field, 111., 1846. E. F. Goudy. 

GREENBUSH— 

Early days in Greenbush with biographical sketches of the old 
settlers. William L. Snapp. 195 p., Springfield, 111., 1905. H. W. 
Rokker, Pub. 

GREENE COUNTY— 

A history of the ninety-first regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry, 
1862-65. By James M. Beverly. 50 p., Whitehall, 111., 1913. Pearce 
Printing Co. 






ILLINOIS— Continued 

GEEEXE cor XT Y— 

Arljis ina|) of (irrt'in.- County, lllinoi.s, comi)!!!'!! ami ]ml»lislu'(| frniu 
personal examinations and surveys. Andreas. Lyter iV Co., Pubs., Daven- 
port, la., 18T2. 

GREEXE COUXTY— 

History of (ireene County, Illinois, its ]»ast and i)resent. 771 p., 
Chicago, 18T9. Donnelley, Cassette & Loyd, Pubs. 

GREEXE COUXTY— 

History of Greene and Jersey Counties, Illinois, towns, villages and 
townships, biogra})hies, history^ of Illinois. 1 ].")() p., Springfield, 111., 
1885. Continental Historical Co. 

GRIGGSVILLE— 

Congregational Church, seventy-fifth anniversary. By Rev. W. E. 
Griffith. See pp. .*)r>.S-;iG2. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
Society. Vol. T), Xo. :i. October, 101'2. 

GRUXDl" COl^XTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited l)y Bateman & Selby, 
and history of Grundy County, historical and biographical by special 
authors and contributors. 2 vols., Chicago, 1014. Munsell Pub. Co. 

GRUXDl^ COUXTY— 

History of Grundy County, Illinois, containing a histor}' from the 
earliest settlement to the ])resent, its agricultural, railroad interests, 
account of its aboriginal inhabitants, pioneer incidents, biographical 
sketches. 156 p., Chicago. 0. L. Baskin & Co., 1882. 

HAMILTOX COUXTY— 

History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton and Williamson Counties, 
Illinois, from the earliest time to the present, with biographical sketches. 
961 p., Chicago, 1887. Goodspeed Pub. Co. 

HAXCOCK COUXTY, FOUXTAIX GREEN— 

Reminiscences of Fountain Green, III. By. C. C. Tyler. See 
pp. 55-64. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Societv. Vol. 8, 
Xo. 1, April, 1915. 

HAXCOCK COUXTY— 

History of Hancock Countv, Illinois, with an outline history of 
the State and a digest of State laws. Thomas Gregg, Editor. 1036 p., 
Chicago. Chapman Pub., 1880. 

HAX^COCK COUXTY— 

Portrait and l^iograpliical record of Hancock, McDonough and 
Henderson Counties, Illinois. -SdS p., Cliicago. Lake City Pub. Co., 
1894. 



31 

ILLINOIS— Ccmtinued 

BAXCOCK COUNTY— 

The Mormon settlements in Illinois. By Orville F. Berry, pp. 88- 
102. Publication Eleven. Illinois State Historical Library, 1906. 

HANCOCK COUNTY— 

Old Trails of Hancock County. By Herbert Spencer Salisbury, 
pp. 177-183. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. 
9, No. 1, April, 1916. 

HAEDIN COUNTY— 

The biographical review of Johnson, Massac, Pope and Hardin 
Counties, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent citi- 
zens, also biographies of the presidents of the United States. 619 p., 
Chicago, 1893. Biographical Pub. Co. 

HAEDIN COUNTY— 

Centennial record; historical sketch of Hardin County, State of 
Illinois, from the earliest settlement to the present time, 1805-1876. 
<Jp., Mss. 

HENDEESON COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby. 
History of Henderson County. Edited by James W. Gordon. 2 vols., 
Chicago. Mimsell Pub. Co., 1911. 

HENDEESON COUNTY— 

History of Mercer and Henderson Counties, biographical matter. 
1414 p., Chicago, 1882. H. H. Hill & Co., Pubs. 

HENDEESON COUNTY— 

See Oquawka, Yellow Banks. 

HENDEESON COUNTY— 

r 

Portrait and biographical record of Hancock, McDonough and Hen- 
derson Counties. 598 p., Chicago. Lake City Pub. Co. 

HENEY COUNTY— 

History of Henry County, also biographical sketches of many rep- 
resentative citizens of the county. H. L. Kiner. 2 vols., Chicago, 1910. 
The Pioneer Pub. Co. 

HENEY COUNTY— 

The history of Henry County, Illinois, its taxpayers and voters, 
also a biographical directory. 590 p., Chicago, 1877. H. F. Kett & Co. 



32 

ILLINOIS— Ccmtinued 

HILLSBOEO— 

Presbyterian Church. Tlie semi-centennial of tlie Hillsboro Pres- 
byterian Church, March 10, 1878, being a history of the church for the 
past fiity vears. Hillsboro, 111. 68 p. ^Montgomery Book & Job 
Printing House, 1878. 

HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF PART OF THE WABASH 
VALLEY— 

Address of Hiram W. Beckwith delivered before the Old Settlers' 
Meeting in Danville, 111., September 5, 1878. See pp. 31-45, in Journal 
of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 8, No. 1, April, 1916. 

HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLES OF CHRIST IX ILLINOIS, 1819- 
1914— 

By Nathaniel Smith Haynes. 670 p., Cincinnati, 1915. The 
Standard Pnb. Co. 

HISTORY OF ILLINOIS REPUBLICANS— 

With biographies of its founders and supporters. By G. B. Ranm. 
815 p., Chicago, 1900. Rollins Pub. Co. 

ILLINOIS COLLEGE, JACKSONVILLE— 

Catalogues 1833-1886 (except 1853, 1862), 1888, 1889, 1892-93, 
1899-1900, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1905-1918. 

ILLINOIS COLLEGE— 

Illinois College and the Anti-Slavery Movement. By Charles H. 
Rammelkamp. See pp. 192-203, in Publication No. 13, 1908. Illinois 
State Historical Library. 

IRISH IN ILLINOIS— 

The first Irish in Illinois. By P. T. Barry. See pp. 63-70, in 
Pub. No. r, 1902. Illinois State Historical Library. 

IROQUOIS COUNTY— 

Historv of Iroquois County. H. W. Beckwith. 671 p., Chicago, 
1880. H. H. Hill & Co., Pubs. 

JACKSON COUNTY— 

Extracts from the records of the Jackson County Commissioners^ 
Court. By G. J. Koons. See pp. 217-219, in Pub. No. 14, 1909. Illi- 
nois State. Historical Library. 

JACKSON COUNTY— 

Historical sketches of Jackson County, giving some account of the 
early settlement of the county and of every town and city in the county, 
together with a description of the phygicai geography, etc. 233 p., Car- 
bondale, 1894. E. Newsome, Pub. 



33 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

JACKSON COUNTY— 

History of Jackson County, Illinois ; biographical sketches. 131 p., 
Philadelphia, 1878. Brink, McDonough & Co. 

JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS-- 

Early families in. • See articles by Ensley Moore in Jacksonville 
Journal. In Scrap Book of Jacksonville, 111. 

JACKSONVILLE— 

Female Academy. Historical sketch. Alumnae, Catalogues 1845- 
1903. Compiled by Sue F. Ellis, Jacksonville, 111., 1806. • 

JACKSONVILLE— 

Historic Morgan and Classic Jacksonville. Compiled in 1884-85, 
by Charles M. Eames, with introduction by Prof. Harvey W. Milligan. 
336 p., Jacksonville, 1885. The Daily Journal Printing Co. 

JACKSONVILLE— 

Illinois College, Catalogues 1833-1886 (except 1853. 1862), 1888, 
1889, 1892, 1893, 1899-1900, 1901, 1904, 1905-1918. 

JASPEE COUNTY— 

Counties of Cumberland, Jasper and Eichland, Illinois. Bio- 
graphical. 839 p., Chicago, 1884. F. A. Battey & Co. 

JEFFEESON COUNTY— 

History of Jefferson County. W. H. Perrin, ed. 149 p., Chicago, 
1883. Globe Pub. Co. 

JEFFEESON COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Clinton, Washington, Marion 
and Jefferson Counties. 585 p., Chicago, 1894. Chapman Pub. Co. 

JEFFEESON COUNTY— 

WalFs History of Jefferson County, Illinois. By John A. Wall. 
618 p., Indianapolis, Ind., 1909. B. F. Bowen & Co., Pubs. 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

Address delivered at Chautauqua, 111., July 19, 1900. Eeminis- 
cences of Jersey County from 1835 to 1850. Stephen Van Cullen White, 
24 p., n.d. Bound with Jabez. Fitches; Diary. 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

Historical sketch of Jersey County, Illinois, delivered at Jerseyville, 
July 4, 1875. By B. B. Hamilton. 36 p., Jacksonville, 111., 1876: 
Courier Printing House. 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

Hiistory of Greene and Jersey Counties Illinois, towns, villages and 
townships; biographies, history of Illinois. 1156 p., Springfield, 1885. 
Continental Historical Co., Pubs. 
— 3 H G 



34 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

History of Jersey County, Illinois. Edited by Oscar B. Hamilton. 
664 p. Munsell Pub. Co., Chicago, 1919. 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

History of Jerseyville, HI., 1822 to 1901. By M. M. Cooper. 245 
p., Jerseyville, HI., 1901. ( 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

Jersey County farm life sixty years ago. By Edward Miner (in 
Cooper, M. M., History of Jerseyville, 111., 1901). pp. 229-236. 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

Jersey County history and civics. By J. W. Becker. 17 p., 1918. 
Jerseyville, 111. 

JEESEY COUNTY— 

Eeminiscences of Jersey County, 1835-1850. Address delivered at 
Chautauqua, 111., July 19, 1900. Bound with Diary of Jabez Pitch. 

JO DAVIESS COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Bateman & Selby, 
and History of Jo Daviess County, edited by William Spensley. 705 p., 
Chicago, 1904. Munsell Pub. Co. 

JO DAVIESS COUNTY— 

The history of Jo Daviess County, Illinois, containing a history of 
the county, its cities and towns, and a biographical directory of its 
citizens, history of the Northwest, history of Illinois. 853 p., Chicago, 
1878. H. F. Kett & Co., Pub. 

JO DAVIESS COUNTY— 

The mines of Jo Daviess County. By William Spensley- pp. 31-37. 
In Publication No. 8, 1903, Illinois State Historical Library. 

JOHNSON COUNTY— 

The biographical review of Johnson, Massac, Pope and Hardin 
Counties, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent citi- 
zens, also biographies of the presidents of the United States. 619 p., 
Chicago, 1893. Biographical Pub. Co. 

JOLIET— 

Forty Years Ago. A contribution to the early history of Joliet and 
Will County, Illinois. Two lectures delivered before the Historical 
Society of Joliet, December 17, 1873, und March 24, 1874. By George 
H. Woodruff. Pub. by Jas. Goodspeed. 108 p., Joliet, 1874. Eepubli- 
can Printing House. 

JOLIET— 

Juliet and Joliet. By William Grinton. 55 p., Joliet, 1904. 



35 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

KANE COUNTY BIOGRAPHY— 

Memories of our neighbors. (In Dundee Hawkey e, 1916.) 

KANE COUNTY— 

. Kane County Directory. J. C. W. Bailey, 1859-60. 

KANE COUNTY— 

History of Kane County, Illinois. Edited by R. Waite Joslyn, 
L. L. M., and Frank W. Joslyn. Vol. 2, Pioneer Pub. Co., Chicago, 
1908. 

KANE COUNTY— 

History of Kane County, Illinois. Edited by Gen. John S. Wilcox. 
Published with Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman 
'& Selby. 950 p., Chicago, 1904. Munsell Pub. Co. 

KANE COUNTY— 

Military history of Kane County, Illinois, written by the late 
General John S. Wilcox, pp. 479-486. In Journal of the Illinois State 
Historical Society, vol. 8, No. 3, October, 1915. 

KANKAKEE COUNTY— 

General maps, history, statistics. Chicago, 1883. J. H. Beers & 
Co., Pub. 

KANKAKEE COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Kankakee County, Illinois, con- 
taining biographical sketches. 739 p., Chicago, 1893. Lake City 
Pub. Co. 

KASKASKIA— 

Bryant & Morrison, Merchants. Day Books, July 26, 1805, to 
November 30, 1805. October 13, 1806, to April 8, 1807. April 18, 
1807, to March 5, 1808. March 7, 1809, to February 22, 1811. March 
18, 1811, to July 1, 1813. July 29, 1818, to October 10, 1818. Also 
three Ledgers, 1800-1811, 1819-1825. 

KASKASKIA CHURCH RECORDS— 

Translated and transcribed by Rev. C. J. Eschmann. See pp. 394- 
413. In Pub. No. 9, 1904. Illinois State Historical Library. 

KASKASKIA— 

Illinois in the Eighteenth Century. Kaskaskia and its parish 
records. Old Fort Chartres and Col. Todd^s Record Book. By Edward 
G. Mason, Chicago, 1881. Fergus Printing Co. 

KASKASKIA RECORDS, 1778-1790— 

Illinois Historical Collections, Vol. V, Clarence W. Alvord, ed. 
Pub. Springfield, 1909. 



36 

ILLINOIS-— Continued 

KASKASKIA— 

Old Kaskaskia Davs and Wavs. Bv Stuart Brown. See pp. 128- 
144. In Pub. Xo. 10, 1905. Illinois State Historical Library. 

KASKASKIA— 

Old Kaskaskia. By Mrs. Mary Hartwell Catherwood. In Atlantic 
Monthly Magazine, 1893. Vol. 71. 

KASKASKIA, A TEIAL SCENE IX— 

Kaskaskia in 1781. By May Allison. See pp. 258-269 in Pub. 
Xo. 11, 1906. Illinois State Historical Library. 

KENDALL COUNTY— 

Biographical directory of the voters and taxpayers of Kendall 
County. 114 p., Chicago, 1876. G. Fisher & Co., Pubs. 

KENDALL COUNTY— 

Directories. Superintendent of Schools. School Directory of 
Kendall County. 19 p., Bristol, 111. 

KENDALL COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois and History of Kendall County. 
Vol. 2, Chicago, 1914. Munsell Pub. Co. 

KENDALL COUNTY— 

History of Kendall County, Illinois, from the earliest discoveries 
to the present time. E. W^ Hicks. 438 pp., Aurora, 111. Knicker- 
bocker & Hodder, 1877. 

KNOX COUNTY— 

Dewey's countv directory, historical sketch of the townships. J. L. 
Dewey, 1868. 257'^p. 

KNOX COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Newton Bateman 
and Paul Selby. Knox County, f]ditcd by W. Selden Gale and Geo. 
Candee Gale. 968 p., Chicago.*^ Munsell Pub. Co., 1899. 

KNOX COUXTY— 

History of Knox County, Illinois, biographical sketches. 718 p. 
C. C. Chapman & Co., 1878, Chicago. 
See Galesburg. 

LAKE COUXTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby, 
Lake County, pp. 706-47, Chicago, 1902. C. A. Partridge, Editor. 
Mimsell Pub. Co. 

LAKE COUXTY— 

The past and present of Lake County, Illinois, containing a history 
of the county a biographical directory, war record, early settlers, sta- 
tistics, history of Illinois, the Xorthwest. 501 p., Chicago, 1877. Wm. 
LeBaron & Co., Pubs. 



37 



LAKE COUNTY— 

Standard Atlas of Lake County, Illinois, including a plat book of 
the villages, cities and townships. George A. Ogle & Co., 1907. 157 p. 

LAKE FOREST, ILLIJSTOIS— 

Reminiscences of Lake Forest Academy. By George Manierre. 
See pp. 394-407. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 
Vol. 10, No. 3, October, 1917. 

LAND OWNERS' DIRECTORY OF NORTHEAST ILLINOIS— 

Comprising the counties of Boone, Cook, DeKalb, DuPage, Grundy, 
Kane, Kankakee, Kendall, Lake, part of Livingston, LaSalle, McHenry 
and Will, as compiled from the county assessors' records; exclusive of 
lands within the corporate limits of cities and towns and incorporated 
villages. Chicago, 1914. Rand, McNally & Co. 

LASALLE COUNTY— 

History of LaSalle County Illinois, and biographies of representa- 
tive citizens, also a condensed history of Illinois. 2 vols. Chicago, 
1886. Inter-State Pub. Co. 

LASALLE COUNTY— 

History of LaSalle County, Illinois, and a sketch of the pioneer 
settlers of each town to 1840. Elmer Baldwin. 552 p., Chicago, 1877. 
Rand Pub. 

LASALLE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— . 

LaSalle, Illinois, Tribune. Twentieth anniversary souvenir edi- 
tion. 153 p., LaSalle, 111., 1911. 

LASALLE COUNTY— 

The past and present of LaSalle County, Illinois, containing a his- 
tory of the county, its cities and towns, etc., a biographical directory 
of its citizens, war record of its volunteers in the war of the Rebellion, 
etc., etc. 653 p., Chicago, 1877. H. F. Kett & Co. 

LATIN IMMIGRATION IN ILLINOIS— 

By B. A. Beinlich. See pp. 209-214, in Pub. No. 14, 1909. Illinois 
State Historical Library. 

LAWRENCE COUNTY— 

Combined history of Edwards, Lawrence and Wabash Counties, 
Illinois, with illustrations and biographical sketches. 377 p., Phila- 
delphia, 1883. J. L. McDonough & Co., Pubs. 

LAWRENCE COUNTY— 

Historical Notes on Lawrence County. By Mary Tracy White. 
See pp. 367-393, in Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 
10, No. 3, October, 1917. 



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ILLINOIS-— Ccmtinued 

LAWYEES— 

Bench and Bar of Illinois, historical and reminiscent. By John 
M. Palmer. 2 vols., Chicago, 1899. 

LAWYEES— 

Chicago Bar Association, lectures. Part one. Fergus Printing Co., 
1882. Fergus Hist. Series Xo. 20. 

LAWYEES— 

Courts and Lawyers of Illinois. By F. B. Crossley, 3 vols., Chi- 
cago, 1916. American Historical Society. 

LAWYEES— 

Early Bench and Bar of Illinois. J. D. Caton. 252 p., Chicago, 
1893. 

LAWYEES— 

Illinois State Bar Association. Proceedings, 1877 to date. (Except 
1878, if published.) 

LAWYEES— 

The Old Guard. A- response at the banquet of the Illinois State 
Bar Association, Chicago, 111., July 13, 1906. By Alfred OrendorfiE. 
7 p., n.d. 

LAWYEES— 

Eeminiscences of the Early Bench and Bar of Illinois. By Usher 
F. Linder. 406 p., Chicago,' 1879. The Chicago Legal News. 

LAWYEES— 

Supreme Court of Illinois, 1818 ; its first judges and lawyers, short 
sketches. By John M. Scott. 346 p., Bloomington, 111., 1896. 

LEE COUNTY— 

Harmon Township, Lee County, Illinois. History of, by John L. 
Porter. See pp. 593-638, Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, 
Vol. 10, No. 4, January, 1918. 

LEE COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Bateman & Selby. 
History of Lee County, edited by A. C. Bardwell. 831 p., Chicago, 
1904. Munsell Pub. Co. 

LEE COUNTY— 

History of Dixon and Lee Counties, Illinois. Frank Kurtz. 66 
p., Dixon, 111., 1880. 

LEE COUNTY— 

History of Lee County, with biographical matter, statistics. 873 
pp., Chicago, 1881. H. H. Hill & Co. 



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ILLINOIS — Ccmtinued 

LEE COUNTY— 

Eecollections of the pioneers of Lee County. Lee County Columbian 
Club. 583 p., Dixon, 111., 1893. J. A. Kennedy, Pub. - 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Batemen & Selby. 
History of Livingston County, edited by Christopher C. Strawn, Fordyee 
B. Johnson, George H. Franzen, 2 vols., Chicago; 1909. Munsell 
Pub. Co. 

LIVINGSTON COUNTY— 

The history of Livingston County, Illinois. 901 p., Chicago, 1878. 
Wm. LeBaron, Jr. & Co., Pubs. 

LOAMI, SANGAMON COUNTY— 

See article on The Integral Phalanx. By George E. Dawson, pp. 
85-97, in Pub. No. 12, 1907. Illinois State Historical Library. 

LOGAN COUNTY— 

Directories of Logan County, 1880, 1887. J. F. Hyde. C. L. Pal- 
mer, Pub., Dwight. Herald Job Print, Lincoln, 111., 1887. 

LOGAN COUNTY— 

History of Logan County, Illinois, its past and present, biographical 
directory. 560 p., Chicago, 1878. Donnelley, Loyd & Co., Pubs. 

LOGAN COUNTY— 

History of Logan County, Illinois ; a record of its settlement, pro- 
gress and achievement. Lawrence B. Stringer, Editor. " 2 vols., Chicago, 
1911. Pioneer Publishing Co. 

LOVINGTON— 

Reminiscences of a forty-niner; being a brief history of Lovington 
and vicinity when it was yet in its swaddling clothes. By W. G. Coch- 
ran. 43 p., Lovington, 111., 1908. Reporter Printing Co. 

Mcdonough county, Illinois— 

Atlas map of McDonough County, Illinois, drawn from personal 
examination surveys. Davenport, Iowa, 1871. Andreas, Lyter & 
Co., Pubs. 

Mcdonough county— 

History of McDonough County, Illinois, biographies, history of 
Illinois. 1158 p., Springfield, 111., 1885. Continental Historical Co. 

Mcdonough county— 

History of McDonough County, Illinois; its cities, towns and vil- 
lages, with early reminiscences, personal incidents and anecdotes, and a 
complete business directory of the county. S. J. Clarke. 692 p., Spring- 
field, 111., 1878. D. W. Lusk, Pub. 



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ILLINOIS-^ontmned 

McHENRY COUNTY— 

Atlas map of McIIenn' County, Illinois, Chicago, 1872. Everts, 
Baskin & Stewart, Pubs. 

McHEXRY COUXTY— 

Biographical directory of the taxpayers and voters of McHenry 
County. 352 p., Chicago. * C. Walker & Co., Pubs. 

McHEXRY COUXTY— 

Combination atlas map of McHenry County, Illinois. Everts, 
Baskin & Stewart, Pubs. 66 p., Chicago, 18T2. 

McHEXRY COUXTY— 

Plat Book of McHenry County, Illinois, Chicago, 1892. Geo. A. 
Ogle & Co., Pub. 

McHEXRY COUXTY— 

Woodstock, 111. Illustrated. Pan, Whitney & Grant Co., Pub. 
Woodstock, 111., 1895. 

MoKENDREE COLLEGE, LEBAXOX, ILLIXOIS— 

By M. H. Chamberlin, LL.D. See pp. 328-364, in Pub. No. 9, 
1904, Illinois State Historical Library. 

MoLEAX COUXTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas of McLean County and the State of Illinois. 93 p. Chicago, 
1874. Warner & Beers, Pub. 

McLEAX COUXTY— 

Good Old Times in McLean County, Illinois, containing sketches 
of old settlers, a complete historical sketch of the Black Hawk War and 
all matters of interest relating to McLean County. By E. Duis, Bloom- 
ington, 111., 1874. The Leader Pub. House. 

McLEAX COUXTY— 

Heads of families of McLean County, Illinois, census of 1840 (1092 
names) with additional material and a system of reference to the sheets 
of the original manuscript in the collections of the McLean County 
Historical Society. Milo Custer, Comp. — typewritten. Bloomington, 
lU., 1911. 

McLEAN COUXTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby, 
McLean County. Edited by Ezra M. Prince and John H. Bumham. 
2 vols., Chicago, 1908. Munsell Pub. Co. 

McLEAN COUNTY— 

The history of McLean County, Illinois. History of Illinois. 1080 
p., Chicago, 1879. Wm. LeBaron, Jr. & Co., Pub. 



41 

* 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

McLEAN COUNTY— 

Historical Society, Publications. 

McLEAIsr COUNTY— 

Money Creek Township Pioneer Settlements and early history of 
Money Creek Township, McLean County, Illinois. By D. F. Trimmer. 
10 p., Bloomington, 111. George M. Adams Printing Co. 

McLEAN COUNTY— 

Pleasant Hill, McLean County, early history. By D. F. Trimmer. 
See pp. 408-420. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 
Yol. 10, No. 3, October, 1917. 

MoLEAN COUNTY— 

Soldiers of the Ee volution and the War of 1812, buried in McLean 
County, Illinois. Milo Custer, Comp., Bloomington, 111., 1912. 

McLEAN COUNTY— 

Some old gravestone inscriptions in Bloomington and Eandolph 
Townships, McLean County, Illinois, with notes. Milo Custer, Comp., 
Bloomington, 111., 1911. 

MACON COUNTY— 

City of Decatur and Macon County, Illinois, a record of settlement 
organization, progress and achievement. W. E. Nelson, Editor. 2 vols., 
Chicago, 1910. The Pioneer Pub. Co. 

MACON COUNTY— 

Decatur, Personal recollections of early Decatur. Abraham Lin- 
coln, Kichard J. Oglesby and the Civil War. By Mrs. Jane Martin 
Johns 268 p., Decatur, 1912. Published by the Decatur Chapter 
D. A. E. 

MACON COUNTY— 

History of Macon County, Illinois, biographical sketches. 242 p., 
Philadelphia, 1880. Brink, McDonough & Co., Pub. 

MACON COUNTY— 

History of Macon County, Illinois, from its organization to 1876. 
J. W. Smith. 304 p., Springfield, 111., 1876. Eokker's Printing House. 

MACOUPIN COUNTY— 

History of Macoupin County^ Illinois and biographical sketches of 
some of its prominent men and pioneers. 288 p., Philadelphia, 1879. 
Brink, McDonough & Co. 

MACOUPIN COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Macoupin County. Illinois. 
902 p., Chicago, 1891. Biographical Pub. Co. 



42 

ILLINOIS-^ontmned 

AIADISOX ('OUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas, Madison County, Illinois. 195 p. Brink, McDonongli i 
Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1873. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

The Catholic Bishops of tht? Diocese of Alton. By llev. A. Zur 
bonsen. See pp. 127-137. In Journal of the Illinois State Historica 
Society. Vol. 10, No. 1, April, 1917. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

Centennial Association, 1812-1912. CoUinsville, 111 , 1912. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

Centennial History of Madison County, Illinois, and its people 
1812 to 1912. W. T. Norton, Editor. Associate Editors, Hon. N. G 
Flagg, J. S. Koerner, 2 vols., Chicago, 1912. The Lewis Pub. Co. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

Edwardsville Intelligencer, Madison County Court House Editioi 
Tuesday, October 12, 1915. Newspaper. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

Gazetteer of Madison County, to which is added a directory of th 
Alton's. J. T. Hair, 1866. 292 p., Alton, 111. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

History of Madison County, Illinois, with biographical sketches 
603 p., Edwardsville, 111., 1882. W. K. Brink & Co., Pub. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

Summerfield School. Pioneer, Grafton Eoad, Madison Count) 
By G. Frank Long. See pp. 76-^9. In Journal of the Illinois Stat 
Historical Society, Vol. 7, No. 2, July, 1914. 

MADISON COUNTY— 

Swiss settlements of Madison County, Illinois. By Ella C. New 
bauer. See pp. 232-237. In Pub. No. 11, 1906. Illinois State His 
torical Library. 

MARION COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Biographical and reminiscent history of Richland, Clay and Mario 
Counties, Illinois. 608 p., Indianapolis, Ind., 1909. B. F. Bower < 
Co., Pub. 

MARION COUNTY— 

Brinkerhoff^s history of Marion County, Illinois. By Prof. J. H. C 
Brinkerhoff. 862 p., Indianapolis, Ind., 1909. B. F. Bowen & Co. 

MARION COUNTY— 

History of Marion and Clinton Counties, Illinois, with biographies 
sketches. 292 p., Philadelphia, 1881. Brink, McDonough & Co. 



43 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

MAEION COUNTY— 

See Plat Book of Marion County. 

MARION COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Clinton, Washington, Marion 
and Jefferson Counties, Illinois. 585 p., Chicago, 1894. Chapman 
Pub. Co. 

MARSHALL COUNTY— 

The biographical record of Bureau, Marshall and Putnam Counties. 
737 p., Chicago, 1896. S. J. Clarke, Pubs. ' 

MARSHALL COUNTY— 

Records of the olden times; or fifty years on the prairies, counties 
of Putnam and Marshall, biographies. By Spencer Ellsworth. 772 
p., Lacon, 111., 1880. Home Journal Steam Printing Co. 

MARSHALL, ILLINOIS— 

Congregational Church subscriptions, Marshall, 111. Jacob Chap- 
man, Deerfield, N. H., and Kingston, N. II. 1855-1873. n.p. 

MASON COUNTY— 

Centennial history of Mason County, including a sketch of the early 
history of Illinois. By Joseph Cochrane. 352 p., Springfield, 1876. 
Rokker. 

MASON COUNTY— 

The history of Menard and Mason Counties, Illinois; history of 
Illinois, Chicago, 1879. 872 p. 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs. 

MASON COUNTY— 

Pioneers of Menard and Mason Counties. By T. G. Onstot. 400 
p.. Forest City, 1902. J. W. Franks & Sons, Printers, Peoria, 111. 

MASSAC COUNTY— 

The biographical review of Johnson, Massac, Pope and Hardin 
Counties, Illinois, containing biographical sketches of prominent 
citizens, also biographies of the presidents of the United States. 619 p., 
Chicago, 1893. Biographical Pub. Co. 

MASSAC COUNTY— 

History of Massac County, with life sketches and portraits. By 
Oliver J. Page. 383 p.. Metropolis, 111., 1900. 

MENARD COUNTY— 

The history of Menard and Mason Counties, Illinois; history of 
Illinois. 872 p., Chicago, 1879. 0. L. Baskin & Co. 

MENARD COUNTY— 

Illinois Woman^s Columbian Club of Menard County. Menard, 
Salem, Lincoln souvenir album. Petersburg, 111., 1893. Illinois 
Woman^s Columbian Club of Menard County. 



44 

ILUNOIS-^ontmned 

MENARD C'OrXTY— 

Pioneers of !Meniirtl ami Mason Ctninties. Bv T. G. Onstot. 400 
p., Forest Citv, 111., V.K)'2. 

MEX OF TLLIXOIS— 

By Ilalliday WitluTsifDoii. ."i.So p., C'liicajj^o, 1!»0'^J. H. Witherspoon. 

MERCER COUXTY— 

Historical EncycIope<]ia of Illinois. Edited by X"ewtoii Bateman & 
Paul Selby; and history of Mercer County. Edited by Col. Wm. A. 
Lorimer. T98 p., Chicago, iyo;3. Munsell l^ub. Co. 

MERCER COUXTY— 

History of Mercer and Henderson Counties, biographical matter. 
1414 p., Chicago. 11. H. Hill & Co., 188->. 

MERXA, ILLIXOIS— 

A chronological sketch of St. l^itrick's Parish, Merna, 111. 36 p., 
Bloomington, 19 IG. 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

Anti-slavery struggle in Illinois as it eifected the Methodist Epis- 
copal Church. By John 11. Ryan. See pp. (iT-76. In Publication No. 
19, 1913. Illinois State Historical Library. 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

See Autobiography of Peter Cartwright. Edited by W. P. Strick- 
land, Cinn.j 1856. 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

Early religious, methods and leaders in Illinois. Bv Rev. William 
F. Short,' D.D. See pp. 50-62. In Pub. Xo. T, 1902."' Illinois State 
Historical Library. 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

Ebenezer M. E. Church near Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinoifi. 
Seventy-fifth anniversary. See pp. 99-101. In Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society. Vol. 3, Xo. 3, October, 1910, 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

Church records of Salt Creek Circuit, 1829-1833, copied by Milo 
Custer. See pp. 58-66. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
Society. Vol. 4, Xo. 1, April, 1911. 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

History of Methodism in Illinois from 1793 to 1832. Bv James 
Leaton, Cinn., 1883. ^ 



45 



METHODIST CHURCH— 

Pulaski, 111. Eecords of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Pulaski 
^ for the years 1835 to 1841. By E. W. Foster. See pp. 132-136. In 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical- Society. Vol. 8, No. 1, April, 
' 1915. 

^ METHODIST CHUECH— 

The Eev. Simon Peter and the Quarterly Conference. By Eev. 
W. N. McElroy, DD. pp. 328-333. In Journal of the Illinois State 
2 Historical Society. Vol. 4, No. 3, October, 1911. 

^ MONEOE COUNTY— 

Combined history of Eandolph, Monroe, and Perry Counties, lUi- 
. nois, with illustrations descriptive of their scenery and biographical 
sketches of some of their prominent men and pioneers. 510 p., Phila- 
^ delphia, 1883. J. L. McDonough & Co., Pubs. 

MONEOE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

The exploration and settlement of the Mississippi Valley and the 
; early pioneers of Monroe County; address delivered at the unveiling of 
the Lemen Monument at New Design, 111. J. W. Eickert. 17 p., 
Waterloo, 111., 1909. 

MONEOE COUNTY— 

Pioneers of. The exploration and settlement of the Mississippi 
Valley and the early pioneers of Monroe County; address delivered at 
the unveiling of the Lemen Monument at New Design, 111. 17 p., 
Waterloo, 111., 1909. 

MONTGOMEEY, COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Bond and Montgomery Counties, Illinois. W. H. Per- 
rin. 333 p., Chicago. 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs., 1882. 

MONTGOMEEY COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of ]\Iontgomery and Bond Coun- 
ties, Illinois. 518 p., Chicago, 111. Chapman Bros. 

MONTGOMEEY COUNTY— 

Semi-Centenarians of Butler Grove Township, Montgomery County, 
Illinois; also a brief history of the village of Butler, September, 1878. 
By Eev. T. p]. Spilman. 143 p. Place and pub. not given. 

MONTICELLO SEMINAEY, GODFEEY, ILL., CATALOGUES— 
1838-1918. 

MONTICELLO SEMINAEY ECHO— 

1894-1902; 1903-1907; 1911-1912; 1913-1914. Memorial Number 
1899. 

MOEGAX COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

American Atlas Co., Pubs. Plat Book of Morgan County, Illinois. 
87 p., Philadelphia, 1894. Printed by F. Bourquin. 



46 

ILUNOIS-^ontiniied 

MOEGAISr COUNTY— 

Atlas map of Morgan County, Illinois. 127 p., Davenport, la., 
1872. Andreas, Lyter & Co., Pubs. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

Early families in. See Articks in the Jacksonville Journal. By 
Ensley Moore. In Scrap Book of Morgan County. 

MOEGAN COUNTY— 

Ebenezer Church, Morgan County, Illinois. Seventy-first anniver- 
sary. See article iu Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. 
Vol. 3, No. 3, October, 1910. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

Ebenezer Manual Labor School. See article in Journal of the 
Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. 3, Xo. 4, January, 1911. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

Historic Morgan and Classic Jacksonville. Compiled by Charles 
M. Eames with introduction by Prof. Harvey W. Milligan. 336 p^ 
Jacksonville, 111., 1885. Daily Journal Print. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby. 
History of Morgan County. Edited by William F. Short. 984 p., 
Chicago, 1906. Munsell Pub. Co. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

History of Morgan County, Illinois, its past and present, contain- 
ing a history of the county, its cities, towns, etc., a biographical directory 
of its citizens, war record of its volunteers in the Rebellion, etc. 76S p., 
Chicago, 1878. Donnelley, Lloyd & Co. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

Joy Prairie Congregational Church, Morgan County, Illinois. 
Semi-Centennial anniversary of the Joy Prairie Congregational Church 
held on Saturday, February 2, 1895. 82 p. Place and pub. not given, 
1896. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical album of Morgan and Scott Counties, 
Illinois, containing portraits and biographical sketches of prominent 
and representative citizens of the county, together with portraits and 
biographies of all the governors of the state and of the Presidents of 
the U. S. 617 p., Chicago, 1889. Chapmen Bros., Pub. 

See Jacksonville. 

MORMON SETTLEMENT IN ILLINOIS— 

By Orville F. Berry. See pp. 88-102. In Pub. No. 11, 1906. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 



47 

ILUNOIS-^ontinued 

MOEMOISrS IN ILLINOIS— 

Centennial History of Illinois. Vol. 2. The Frontier State, 1818- 
1848. Edited by Theodore Calvin Pease. 475 p., Springfield, 1918. 
Pub. by the Centennial Commission. 

MOULTEIE COUNTY— 

Combined history of Shelby and Moultrie Coimties, Illinois, with 
biographical sketches. 333 p., Philadelphia, 1881. Brink, McDonough 
&Co. 

MOUNT MORRIS, OGLE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Mount Morris; past and present history of the township and 
village of Mount Morris. Harry G. Kable and H. J. Kable. 318 p., 
Mount Morris, 111., 1900. 

NAUVOO, ILLINOIS— 

Jules Leon Cottet, former member of the Icarian community, 
Nauvoo, 111. By his daughter, Mrs. Felicie Cottet Snyder, pp. 200-217. 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 7, No. 3, October, 
1914. 

NAUVOO— 

The Icarian Community of Nauvoo, 111. By Mrs. I. G. Miller. 
See pp. 103-107. In Pub. 11. Illinois State Historical Library, 1906. 

NAUVOO— 

Nauvoo in Illinois history; a paper read before the Rev. James 
Caldwell Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, Jacksonville, 
111., 1906. By Mrs. Lillian Ireland Danskin. Newspaper article. 

NORWEGIANS OF ILLINOIS— 

History of the Norwegians of Illinois; a concise record of the 
struggles and achievements of the early settlers, together with a narra- 
tive of what is now being done by the Norwegian- Americans of Illinois 
in the development of their adopted country, with the valuable collabora- 
tion of numerous authors and contributors. Compiled and edited by 
A. E. Strand. 560 p., Chicago, 1905. J. Anderson, Pub., 1905. 

OAK PARK— 

The first Congregational Church of Oak Park, 111., a souvenir of the 
thirty-eighth anniversary of its organization, Sunday, February the 
seventeenth, 1901, Oak Park, 111. ' The Men^s Club, First Congrega- 
tional Church. 16 p., 1901. 

OGLE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Letters from Ogle and Carroll Counties, 1838-1857. Copied by J. 
W. Clinton of Polo, 111. See pp. 247-261. In Pub. No. 12, 1907. Illi- 
nois State Historical Library. 



48 

ILLINOIS-^ontmned 

OGLE COUXTY— 

Mount Morris; past and present liist^rv of the township and village 
of Mount Morris. H. G. Kable and TI. J. Kable. 318 p., Mount Mor- 
ris, 111., 1900. 

OGLE COUXTY— 

Sketches of the history of Ogle County, Illinois, and the early 
settlement of the Northwest. 75 p.. Polo, 111. H. E. Boss, 1859. 

OGLE COUXTY— 

The history of Ogle County, Illinois, containing a history of the 
county, its cities, towns, etc., a biographical directory of its citizens, war 
record of its volunteers, war of the Eebellion, general and local statistics, 
history of the Xorthwest, history of Illinois. 858 p., Chicago. H. F. 
Kett & Co., 1878. 

OLD SETTLEES— 

Tales by Mabel E. Fletcher, pp. 100-104. In Publication No. 22, 
1916. Illinois State Historical Library. 

OQUAWKA, ILLIX^OIS— 

Plat of Oquawka, 1836. List of sale of lots and purchasers in the 
town, July, 1836. 

OEEGOX, ILLIXOIS— 

Historical sketch. The Artist Camp, Sinnissippi Farm. Statue of 
Black Hawk. Ogle County Soldiers^ Monument. By Horace G. Kauff- 
man. 43 p., Oregon, 111., 1916. Landers & Son, Pubs. 

OEEGOX, ILLIXOIS— 

The Sage of Sinnissippi. Being a brief sketch of the life of Con- 
gressman Frank 0. Lowden. 1907. By Kinnie A. Ostewig, Shabbona, 
III. Press of J. A, Xolan. 

OTTAWA— 

Ottawa, old and new; a complete history of Ottawa, 111. Eepubli- 
can Times, 1912-14. 

OTTEEVILLE— 

Address at the unveiling of a commemorative stone over the grave 
of Joseph Chandler, a soldier of the American Eovolution, delivered at 
Otterville, 111., May 30, 1899. Stephen Van Culen White. 16 p., 
Brooklyn, 1899. Eagle Book & Job Printing Co. Bound with Jabez 
Fitch's Diary. 

PALE8TIXE, CEAWFOED COUXTY, ILLIXOIS— 

Its early history. By J. C. Allen. Sec pp. 122-1^27. In Pub. No. 
10, 1905. Illinois State Historical Library. 

PAEK EIDGP]— 

History of the First Church, Park Eidge, 111. By Mary Perkins. 
In the Advance, April 15, 1915. 234 p. 



49 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

PEORIA COUXTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas map of Peoria County, Illinois, from personal examinations 
and surveys, Chicago, 1873. A. T. Andreas, Pub. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Atlas of Peoria city and county, including a plat book of the county. 
Chicago, 1896. George A. Ogle & Co., Pubs. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Atlas. Peoria and Vicinity. Allen^s New Atlas of the City and 
Vicinity of Peoria, 111. Plats on record and official surveys. Daniel 
B. Allen, Comp., Philadelphia, 1903. Engraved by Balliet and Volk. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Early recollections of Peoria. Mrs. J. M. S. Ballance. Published 
in the Peoria Herald, September 6, 13, 20, 27, and October 4, 1896. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Bateman & Selby; 
and history of Peoria County, edited by David McCulloch. 2 vols., 
Chicago, 111. Munsell Pub. Co. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

The history of Peoria County, Illinois, containing a history of the 
Northwest ; history of Illinois ; history of the county, its early settlement, 
growth, development, resources, etc. 851 p., Chicago, 1880. Johnson 
& Company, Pubs. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

History of Peoria, 111. By Charles Ballance. 271 p., Peoria, 1870. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Peoria city and county, Illinois; a record of settlement, organiza- 
tion, progress and achievement. By James M. Rice. 2 vols., Chicago, 
1912. The S. J. Clarke Pub. Co. 

PEORIA COUNTY-^ 

Peoria, 111., City Directory, 1865. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Peoria, 111. Achtzehn jahre in Peoria, mit einer historischen ein- 
leitung, in vier heften. A. Zotz, Peoria Deutschen Zeitung, 1869. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Eine populare geschichte der stadt Peoria. By F. B. Bess. 583 
p., Peoria, 111., 1906. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Princeville, 111. Old Settlers' Union, history and reminiscences, 
material comprised in repotts of conamittees on history and reminis- 
cences. 2 vols. Princeville, 111., 1915. 
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ILUNOIS-^ontmned 

PEOEIA COUNTY— 

Peoria. Kecord and historical view of Peoria, from the discover}' 
bv the FriMicli rlcsiiit Mi>sitmarirs in tlic seveiitfenth ctMiturv, to the 
present time. S. D. Drown. 1(?4: p., Peoria, 111., 1850. E. A. Wood- 
cock. 

PEOIHA COUNTY— 

The schools and the teachers of earlv Peoria. II. W. Wells. 134 
p., Peoria, 111., 1900. Jacqiiin & Co., Pubs. 

PEORIA COUNTY— 

Peoria, Illinois, the second Presbyterian Church, a centennial his- 
toric discourse, prepared by reconiniendation of the General Assembly 
and delivered in the second Presbyterian Church, Peoria, 111., Julv 2, 
1876. By L. 0. Thompson. 23 p., Peoria, 1876. N. Mason. 

PEOEIA COUNTY— 

Soldiers of the War of 1812, wliose bounty land grants were located 
in Peoria County, Illinois. Milo Custer, Comp., Bloomington, 111., 1913. 

PEOEIA, ILLINOIS— 

Early Da3's of Peoria and Chicago; an address read before the 
Chicago Historical Society at a quarterly meeting held January 19, 
1904. 87-llT pp., Chicago Hist. Society, "^Puhs. By David McCulloch. 

PEOEIA— 

The history of Peoria, Illinois. Bv Charles Ballance. 271 p., 
Peoria, 1870. 

PEOIMA— 



Presbyterian Church 2d, a centennial historic discourse, prepared 
by recommendation of tlie General Assembly and delivered in the second 
Presbyterian Church, Peoria, 111., July 2, ISTii. Lewis 0. Thompson. 
23 p.,*^ Peoria, 111., 1876. N. C. ^'ason, Pub. 

PEORIA— 

The schools and tlie teachers oL* earlv Peoria. Henrv Ward Wells. 
134 p., Peoria, 111., 1900. Jacquin & Co., Pubs. 

PKOhMA— 

Second Presbyterian Church, a centennial historic discourse pre- 
pared ])Y rcooninuMKlatioii of the (iiMicral A^M-mbly ami delivered in the 
Second Presbyterian Church, Peoria, ill., July •^, 187 G. 23 p., Peoria, 
111. N. C. Nason, Pub. 

PEKin: COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Coml)ined history of Randolph, Monroe and Perry Counties, Illi- 
nois, with illustrations descriptive of the scenery and biographical 
sketches of some of their prominent men and pioneers. J. L. Mc- 
Donough & Co., Pubs., 1883. 510 p., Philadelphia. 



51 

ILUNOIS-^ontinued 

PEEU, ILLINOIS— 

The history of Peru, 111. By H. S. Beebe. 162 p., Peru. J. P. 
Linton, 1858. 

PHYSICIANS, CHICAGO— 

Early medical, Chicago. An historical sketch of the first practi- 
tioners of medicine, with the present faculties, and graduates, since 
the organization, of the medical colleges of Chicago. By James Nevins 
Hyde, Chicago, 1879. Fergus Printing Co. 

PHYSICIANS IN ILLINOIS— 

Biographical sketches of some of the early physicians of Illinois. 
By John H. HoUister, M. D. See pp. 164-197. In Pub. No. 12, 1907. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 

PHYSICIANS— 

Hoyn's annual directory of homeopathic physicians in the State of 
Illinois, Chicago, 1879. 

PIATT COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Piatt County, history of Illinois. Emma C. Piatt. 643 
p., Chicago, n. d. Shepard & Johnston, Pubs. 

PIATT COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical album of DeWitt and Piatt Counties. 
992 p., Chicago, 1891. Chapman Bros., Pubs. 

PIKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Pike County, Illinois, together with sketches of its cities, 
villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and politi- 
cal history; portraits of prominent persons and biographies of repre- 
sentative citizens. 966 p., Chicago, 1880. C. C. Chapman & Co., Pubs. 

PIKE COUNTY— 

Its past and present, speech delivered at the Old Settlers' meeting 
Thursday, August 29, 1907. By Harry Higbee. 11 p., Pittsfield, 1907. 

PIONEER CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN ILLINOIS— 

The kind of men they were and the work they did. G. S. F. 
Savage. 12 p. n. d. Chicago Minister's Union. 

See also pp. 78-96. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
Society. Vol. 3, No. 1, April, 1910. 

PIONEER DAYS OF MAJOR RICHARD LEE COX— 

By Charles E. Cox. pp. 585-592. In Journal of the Illinois State 
Historical Society. Vol. 10, No. 4, January, 1918. 

PIONEER LIFE— 

Letters from Pioneer Mothers of Illinois, 1808-1893, collected for 
the World's Fair. Illinois Women's Exposition Building, Chicago. 



52 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

PIOXEER LIFE— 

Eecollections of frontier life. By Elizabeth A. Lyon Eoe. 295 p., 
Eockford, 111., 1895. Gazette Publishing House. 

PIONEEE LIFE— 

A true picture of emigration: or fourteen years in the interior of 
North America, being a full and impartial account of the various diffi- 
culties and ultimate success of an English family who emigrated from 
Barwick in Elmet near Leeds, in the year 1831. 62 p. 

PIOXEEE MOTHEES OF ILLINOIS— 

By Miss Savillah T. Hinrichson. .Vce pp. 505-513. In Pub. No. 9, 
1904. Illinois State Historical Library. 

PIONEEES— 

August Conant, Illinois pioneer and preacher. By Eobert CoUyer. 
94 p., Boston, 1905. American Unitarian Assc, Pubs. 

PIONEEES OF ILLINOIS— 

Containing a series of sketches relating to events that occurred 
previous to 1&13 ; also narratives of many thrilling incidents connected 
with the early settlement of the West, drawn from history, tradition and 
personal reminiscences. Nehemiah Matson. 306 p., Chicago. Knight 
& Leonard, 1882. 

PIOXEEES— 

Early days in Illinois; what pioneers accomplished for the people 
of to-dav. Address delivered to Tazewell County Old Settlers, August, 
1899. By James Haines. 16 p., Pekin, 111., 1899. 

PIOXEEES— 

The early pioneers and pioneer events of the State of Illinois, in- 
cluding personal recollections of the writer, of Abraham Lincoln, 
Andrew Jackson and Peter Cartwright, together with a brief auto- 
biography of the writer. By Han^ey Lee Eoss. 199 p., Chicago. East- 
man, Pub., 1899. 

PIONEEES— 

Enoch Long, an Illinois pioneer: biographical sketch. By Harvey 
Eeid. Chicago Historical Society Collections, Vol. II. Fergus Printing 
Co., 1884. 

PIOXEEES— 

Pioneer Congregational Ministers in Illinois ; the kind of men they 
were and the work they did. G. S. F. Savage. 12 p., Chicago, n.d. 
See also pp. 78-96. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, 
Vol. 3, No. I, April, 1910. 

PIONEEES— 

Eecollections of the pioneers of Lee County, Illinois. Lee County 
Columbia Club. 583 p., Dixon, 111., 1893. J. A. Kennedy. 



53 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

PIONEEES— 

Reminiscences of early life in Illinois. By Mrs. Christiana Holmes 
Tillson. 138 p., Peoria, 111., 1872. 

PLYMOUTH, ILLINOIS— 

A history of Round Prairie and Plymouth, 111., 1831-1875. E. 
Horton Young. G. J. Titus, Chicago, 1876. 

POLITICS AND POLITICIANS— 

Eighty years of Illinois Politics and Politicians, anecdotes and 
incidents; a succint history of the State, 1809-1889. By D. Lusk. 609 
p., Springfield, 1889. 

POLITICS AND POLITICIANS— 

A succint history of the politics of Illinois from 1856 to 1884, with 
anecdotes and incidents and appendix, from 1809 to 1856. D. W. Lusk. 
526 p., Springfield, 111., 1884. 

See Democratic Party. Republican Party. 

POPE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

The biographical review of Johnson, Massac, Pope and Hardin 
Counties, Illinois, containing biographical sketclies of prominent 
citizens, also biographies of the presidents of the United States. 619 p., 
Chicago, 1893. Biographical Publishing Co. 

POPE COUNTY— 

History of Massac County, Illinois, by Oliver Page; Pope County 
Historical Reminiscences, by J. E. T. Hanna. 383 p.. Metropolis, 111., 
1900. 

PRAIRIE DU ROCHER CHURCH RECORDS— 

With translations by Rev. C. J. Eschmann, in Publication No. 8, 
1903. Illinois State Historical Library. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 

Chicago, January 4, 1834-January 4, 1914. Exercises commemo- 
rating the eightieth anniversarv. 48 p., Chicago First Presbyterian 
Church, 1914. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 

Early Presbyterianism in East Central Illinois. By Rev. Ira W. 
Allen, A.M. D.D. pp. 71-78. In Publication No. 22, 1916. Illinois 
State Historical Library. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 

Early Presbyterianism in East Central Illinois. By Rev. Ira W. 
Allen, A.M., D.D. See pp. 133-145. In Journal of the Illinois State 
Historical Society, Vol. 9, No. I, April, 1916. 



ILLINOIS— Continued 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 

Seaton, 111. Si'vcntv-llftii aiiiiivrrsiirv i)f Center Church, Seaton, 
111. By Rev. X. W. Thornton, pi'. lO.j-il'^. lu Publication No. 19, 
1913. Illinois State Historical Libran'. 

PRESBYTERIAXISM IX ILLINOIS— 

By H. D. Jenkins, D.J), ^cc \)\\ 00-(1G. In Publication No. 19, 
1913. Illinois State Historical Library. 

PRESS ASSOCIATION— 

Proc^edin^r^ is::), is::, i.s.s:j, issl, 1885, 188(3, 1887, 1889, 1890- 
1904; except 1894 and 1897. 

PKIXCEVILLE, ILLINOIS— 

Old Settler's Union comprised in rei)orts of coniinittees on history 
and reminiscences. 2 vol., Princeville, 111., 1915. 

PULASKI COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Alexander, Union and Pulaski Counties. W. H. Per- 
rin, ed. 338 p., Chicago, 18S3. O. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs. 

PUKITAX IXFLUEXCES IX THE FORMATIVE YEAES OP 
ILLINOIS HISTORY- 

By Carrie Prudence Xofoid. See pp. 261-338. In Pub. No. 10, 
1905. Illinois State Historical Library. 

PUTNAM COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

The biographical record of Bureau, Marshall and Putnam Counties. 
S. J. Clarke, Pub., Chicago, 1890. 737 p. 

PUTNAM COUNTY— 

Records of the olden times, or fifty years on the prairies, counties 

ut* Putnam and Marsliall, l)i()gra])liics. J-lv S])cnccr Ellsworth. Lacon, 
111., 1880. 772 p. Home Journal Steam Print. 

PUTNAM COUNTY— 

Union Grove Bible Society Fourth Annual Report, September, 1832. 

Sec Sajit»am() fjounial, OciobiT vS, l,s;>'^. p. 1. 

QUIXCY, ILLIXOIS— 

Early Quincy and later, 1822-1830, 1830-1845, 1845-1860, 1860-65, 
1865-1880, 1880-1913. Papers before the Polly Summer Chapter 
Daughters of the American Revolution. See ])p. 138-181. In Publica- 
tion Xo. 21, 1915. Illinois State Historical Library. 

Golden Jubilee, St. Mary's Congregation of Quincv. A. Zurbonsen. 
48 p., Quincy, 111., 1917. 

QUIX^CY— 

Reminiscences of Quincv, Illinois. Bv Henrv '^sbury. 224 p., 
Quincy, 1882. 



55 

ILLINOIS— <:ontinued 

QUINCY— 

Kepresentative men and residences by Addison L. Langdon, Quincy, 
111., 1888. 

RAXDOLPH COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas map of Eandolph Coimty, Illinois. Compiled from personal 
examinations and surveys. E. Brink & Co., Philadelphia, 1875. 

RANDOLPH COUNTY— 

Combined history of Randolph, Monroe and Perry Counties, with 
illustrations descriptive of their scenery and biographical sketches of 
some of their prominent men and pioneers. 510 p., Philadelphia, 1883. 
J. L. McDonough & Co., Pubs. 

EANDOLPH COUNTY— 

Day books and ledgers of a general store in Cahokia and Kaskaskia, 
1800-1813, 1818-1825. 9 vols. Bryant & Morrison, Proprietors. 

RANDOLPH COUNTY— 

A directory, business mirror and historical sketches of Eandolph 
County. By E. J. Montague. 246 p., Alton, 111., 1859. Courier Steam 
Book & Job Printing House. 

RANDOLPH COUNTY— 

The first two counties of Illinois and their people. By Fred J. 
Kern. See pp. 35-42. In Publication No. 22, 1916. Illinois State 
Historical Library. 

RANTOUL, ILLINOIS— 

Rantoul Township to 1876. By E. J. Udell. Typewritten manu- 
script. 

RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY ILLINOIS AND HER NOTED 
MEN— 

By Joseph Gillespie. Fergus Historical Series No. 13, Chicago 
Historical Society, Chicago, 1880. 

EEMINISCENCES OF THE EAELY BENCH AND BAE OF 
ILLINOIS— 

By General Usher F. Linder with an introduction and appendix 
by the Hon. Joseph Gillespie. 406 p., Chicago, 1879. The Chicago 
Legal News Co., Pub. 

EEMINISCENCES OF EAELY LIFE IN ILLINOIS— 



Mrs. Christiana Holmes Tillson. 130 p. n.p. n.d. 

EEPUBLICAN PAETY— 

History of the Eepublican party and biographies of its supporters. 
David Ward Wood. 288 p., Chicago, 1895. Lincoln Engraving & 
Pub. Co. 



50 

ILUNOIS— Continued 

EICTILAND COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Biographical and reminiscent liistory of Eichland, Clay and Marion 
Counties, Illinois. 008 p., Indianapolis, Ind., 1909. B..F. Bowen Co., 
Pubs. 

RICHLAND COUNTY— 

Counties of Cumberland, Jasper and Eichland, 111. Historical and 
Biographical. s;ll) p., Chicago, isSL F. A. Battcy & Co., Pubs. 

EOCKFOED, ILLINOIS— 

City directory and county Gazetteer for 1869 with a history of 
Winnebago County, Eockford, III. .'Jol-Tl pp. Kauffman & Burch, 
1869. 

EOCKFOED— 

City guide and business Mirror. C. S. Williams, 1859. 112 p., 
Eockford, 111. 

EOCKFOED— 

Directory., City guide business Mirror, 1859. C. S. Williams, 
Eockford, 111., 1859. J. W. Secomb, Printer. 

EOCKFOED— 

History of Eockford and Winnebago County, Illinois, from the 
first settlement in 1834 to the Civil War. C. A. Church. 386 p.. Rock- 
ford, 111., 1900. 

EOCKFOED— 

Eeminiscences, sporting and otherwise of early days in Eockford, 
111. John H. Thurston. 117 p., Eockford, 111., 1891. 

EOCK ISLAND COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman and Selby, 
and history of Eock Island County, historical and biographical by spe- 
cial authors and contributors. 2 vols., Chicago, 191-i. Munsell Pub. 
Co. 

EOCK ISLAND COUNTY— 

Illustrated souvenir of Eock Island County, containing history of 
Eock Island County and a complete roster of soldiers in the Civil War. 
W. P. Quale, 1895. 76 p. 

EOCK ISLAND COUNTY— 

Plat Book of Eock Island County, Illinois, drawn from actual sur- 
veys and county records. Philadelphia, 189-1. F. Bourquin, Printer. 

EOCK ISLAND COUNTY— 

Plat Book of Eock Island County, Illinois, drawn from actual sur- 
veys and county records. Northwest Pub. Co. 74 p., Philadelphia, 
1894. F. Bourquin, Printer. 



57 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

' EOCK ISLAND COUNTY— 

« 

The banditti of the prairies; a tale of the Mississippi Valley. By 
z Edward Bonney. 248 p., Chicago. Homewood Pub. Co. n. d. 

EOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS— 

Early Eock Island. William A. Meese. 97 p., Moline, 111., 1905. 
■ Eock Island County. Hist. Soc. Pub. 

EOCK ISLAND— 

Pioneer Women of Eock Island, 111. By Mrs. K. T. Anderson. 
" See pp. 67-73. In Publication No. 17, 1913. Illinois State Historical 
Library. 

BOUND PEAIEIE— 

A history of Eound Prairie and Plymouth, Illinois, 1831-1875. 
Ey E. Morton Young. Chicago, 187G. G. J. Titus. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Adam W. Snyder and his period in Illinois history, 1817-1842. 
John Francis Snyder, M. D. 437 p., Virginia, 111., 11)06. Illinois 
State Eegister, Pub. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

Belleville business Mirror for 1860, containing the names and resi- 
dence of every male citizen, etc. Sutherland & McEvoy. Pub. 1860. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

Belleville. Eevised ordinances of the city of Belleville, with a 
brief history of Belleville. By Ex-Governor John Eeynolds. Eevised 
. by T. J. Krafft. 191 p., Belleville, 1862. Printed by G. A. Harvey. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

Centennial Celebration. Address, J. Nick Perrin, Belleville, 111., 
1890. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby; 
and history of St. Clair County. Edited by A. S. Wilderman, Chicago, 
1907. 2 vols. Munsell Pub. Co. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

The first two counties of Illinois and their people. By Fred J. 
Kern. See pp. 35-42. In Publication No. 22, 1916. Illinois State 
Historical Library. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

History of St. Clair County, Illinois, prepared for the county cen- 
tennial celebration of American Independence, July 4, 1S76. E. W. 
- West. 41 p., Belleville, 111., 1876. Advocate Steam Printing House. 



58 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

History of St. Clair County, Illinois, with biographical sketches^ 
371 p., Philadelphia, 1881. Brink, McDonough & Co., Pubs. 

ST. CLAIE COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of St. Clair County, Illinois. 
672 p., Chicago, 111., 1892. Chapman Bros., Pubs. 

SALINE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton, Franklin and Williamson 
Counties, 111., from the earliest time to the present, with biographical 
sketches. 961 p., Chicago, 1887. Goodspeed Pub. Co. 

SANGAMON COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas map of Sangamon County, Illinois, from personal examinations 
and surveys. Brink, McCormick & Co., Philadelphia, 1874. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

Early history of the Sangamon Country; being notes on the first, 
settlements in the territory now comprised within the limits of Morgan^ 
Scott and Cass Counties. J. G. Henderson. 33 p., Davenport, la., 
1873. Day, Egbert & Pidlar, Pubs. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby, 
and history of Sangamon County by special authors and contributors. 
2 vols., Chicago, 1912. Munsell Pub. Co. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois, Cen- 
tennial Eecord. By John Carroll Powers, assisted by his wife, Mrs. 
S. A. Powers. 797 p., Springfield, 111., 1876. E. A. Wilson Co., Pubs. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

History of Sangamon County, Illinois, with portraits biographies 
of representative citizens. History of Illinois. 1067 p., Chicago. 
Inter-State Pub. Co., 1881. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

Past and preseijt of the city of Springfield and Sangamon County^ 
Illinois. Bv Joseph Wallace, Illustrated. 2 vols., Chicago, 1904. S. 
J. Clarke Pub. Co. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

Plat Book of Sangamon County, Illinois. 88 p. Field Pub. Co., 
Chicago, 1894. Printed by F. Bourquin. 

SANGAMON* COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical album of Sangamon County, Illinois, 
(•ontaiinn<2: sketches of prominent citizens, the presidents of the United 
States and governors of the state. 856 pp., Chicago, 1891. Chapman 
Bros., Pubs. 



59 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

SANGAMON COUNTY GAZETTEEE— 

Sangamon County Gazetteer, with city directories of Springfield 
and Jacksonville. J. C. W. Bailey, Comp. 426 p., Springfield, 1866. 

SANGAMON COUNTY— 

The story of the Sangamon County Court House. H. D. Giger, 
Comp. 25 p. Phillips Bros., Springfield, 1901. 
See Springfield. •* 

SCHUYLER COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Combined history of Schuyler and Brown Counties, Illinois. Bio- 
graphical sketches. 412 p., Philadelphia, 1882. W. E. Brink & Co. 

SCHUYLEE COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman and Selby. 
History of Schuyler County. Edited by Howard F. Dyson. 975 p., 
Chicago, 1908. Munsell Pub. Co. 

SCOTT COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Historical sketch of Scott County, Illinois, also response to a toast 
by John Moses, delivered at Winchester, 111., July 4, 1876. N. M. Knapp. 
36 p., Winchester, 111., 1876. Times Job Printing House. 

SCOTT COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical album of Morgan and Scott Counties, 
Illinois. . 602 p., Chicago, 1889. Chapman Bros., Pubs. 

SHELBY COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Combined history of Shelby and Moultrie Counties, IlUnois, with 
biographical sketches. 333 p., Philadelphia, 1881. Brink, McDonough 
& Co., Pubs. 

SHELBY COUNTY— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois. Edited by Bateman & Selby. 
History of Shelby County. Edited by George D. Chaffee. 2 vols., 
Chicago, 1910. Munsell* Pub. Co. 

SHELBY COUNTY— 

Prairie Farmer^s reliable directory of farmers and breeders, Shelby 
County, Illinois. 231J p., Chicago, 1918. Published by Prairie Farmer, 
Chicago. 

SHELBYVILLE, ILLINOIS— 

The Lincoln-Thornton Debate at Shelbyville, June 15, 1856. By 
D. C. Smith and Homer H. Cooper. See pp. 97-122. In Journal of 
the Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. 10, No. 1, April, 1917. 

SHUKTLEFF COLLEGE— 

Alpha-Zeta Society, semi-centennial history, together with a com- 
plete roster of active and honorarv members. W. W. Greene. 373 p., 
Alton, 111., 1898. Melling & Gaskins, Pubs. 



60 

ILUNOIS— Continued 

SHURTLEFF COLLEGE— 

Shurtleff College, Upper Alton, 111. Autobiographical sketches 
one hundred and thiity alumni. Manuscripts. 

SHURTLEFF COLLEGE— 

The Pioneer School. By Au.sten Kennedy de Blois. 356 p., C 
cago, 1900. 

SKETCHES OF EARLY LIFE AND TIMES IX KENTTTCE 
MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS— 

By Elijah lies. 64 p., Springfield, 111., 1883. Springfield Pri 
ing Co. 

SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS— 

Directories (1st) 1855-56, 1857-58, 1860-61, 1863, 1866, 1868-' 
1869-70, 1872-73, 1873-74, 1874-75, 1876, 1879-SO, 1881-82^ 1882-i 
1884-85, 1886-87, 1887-88, 1888-89, 1889-90, 1890-91, 1891-92, 18! 
1900 to date 1918. 

SPRINGFIELD— 

Early description of Springfield. By Zimri Enos. See pp. 190-2" 
In Pub. No. 14, 1909. Illinois State Historical Library. 

SPRINGFIELD- 

Elijah lies. Day Books. General Store, 1824-1830. 

SPRINGFIELD— 

St. Joseph's Ursuline Convent. Half a century's record of 1 
Springfield Ursulines, by a member of the community. 191 p., Spru 
field, 111., 1909. H. W. Rokker. 

SPRINGFIELD— 

Sangamon County Illinois Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society. By M 
Eva Munson Smith; gives list of members. See pp. 199-206. In Pul 
cation No. 17, 1912. Illinois State Historical Library. 

See San«ramon Count v. 

STARK COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Pictures of the past: Memories of Old Toulon, presented to 1 
settlers of Stark County. Mrs. Harriet M. Blair. 48 p.. Grand Eapi 
Mich., 1905. Cargill Press. 

STARK COUNTY— 

Stark County and its pioneers. By Mrs. E. H. Shallenberger. c 
p., Cambridge, 111., 1876. B. W. Seaton, Pub. 

STEPHENSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Centennial history of West Point Township, Stephenson Coun 
Illinois. S. Dodd. 13 p., Lena, 111., 1876. 



61 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

"STEPHEXSOX COUNTY— 

^- The history of Stephenson County, Illinois, containing biographical 

sketches, war record, statistics, portraits of early settlers, history of the 
-Northwest, histbry of Illinois. 786 p., Chicago, 1880. Western His- 
_ torical Co., Pub. 

' STEPHENSON COUNTY— 

ft 

History of Stephenson County, Illinois, a record of its settlement, 
■J organization and three-quarters of a century of progress. By Addison 
,. L. Fulwider. 2 vols., Chicago, 1910. The *S. J. Clarke Pub. Co. 

^- STEPHENSON COUNTY— 

Plat Book of Stephenson County, Illinois, drawn from actual sur- 
veys and county records. Philadelphia, 1894. F. Bourquin, Printer. 

.. STEWARD, ILLINOIS— 

I A history of the town of Steward and of the Twin Groves, Steward 

and Fertile Valley Churches. E. L. Thompson, comp. 143 p.. Steward, 
111., 1905. 

SUMMERFIELD SCHOOL— 

Pioneer, Grafton Eoad, Madison County, Illinois. By G. Frank 
Long. See pp. 76-79. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical So- 
. ciety. Vol. 7, No. 2, July, 1914. 

SWEDES OF ILLINOIS— 

History of the Swedes of Illinois. Edited by Ernst Wilhelm Olson 
' in collaboration with Anders Schon and Martin J. Enberg. 2 vols., 
* Chicago, 1908. The Enberg-Holmberg Pub. Co. 

. -TAZEWELL COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Newton Bateman and 
Paul Selby; and history of Tazewell County, edited by Ben C. Aliens- 
worth. 2 vols., Chicago, 1905. Munsell Pub. Co. 

TAZEWELL COUNTY^ 

History of Tazewell County, Illinois, biographies of representative 
citizens. 794 p., Chicago, 1879. C. C. Chapman & Co., Pubs. 

TOULON, ILLINOIS— 

Pictures of the past: Memories of Old Toulon, presented to the 
settlers of Stark County. Harriet M. Blair. 48 p., Grand Eapids, 
Mich. Cargill Press, 1905. 

TWIN GROVES— 

A history of the town of Steward and of the Twin Groves, Steward 
and Fertile Valley Churches. E. L. Thompson. 143 p., Steward, 111., 
1905. 

UNION COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas of Union County, Illinois, from actual surveys. N. B. Grif- 
fing, Philadelphia, Pa., 1881. 



62 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

UXIOX COUXTY— 

History of Alexander, Union and Pulaski Counties, Illinois. W. 
H. Perrin. 338 p., Chicago, 1883. 0. L. Baskin & Co., Pubs. 

TJlSriVEESITY OF ILLINOIS— 

Semi-Centennial History. Vol. I. By Burt E. Powell. 631 p., 
tTrbana, III., 1918. 

UEBAXA, ILLIXOIS— 

Methodist Church. Semi-centennial (^lehration of the Methodist 
Episcopal Church at tTrbana. By J. 0. Cunningham, pp. 65-77. In 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 3, No. 2, July, 
1910. 

UEBANA— 

First Baptist Church. Seventy-fifth anniversary of the First Bap- 
tist Church, organized September 21, 1838, diamond jubilee week Sep- 
tember 21-28, 1913. 107 p., Urbana, III., 1913. 

VANDALIA, ILLIXOIS— 

Historical souvenir of Vandal ia, 111., being a brief review of the 
city from date of founding to the ])resent. E. W. Eoss, comp. 176 p., 
Effingham, 111., 1904. National Illustrating Co. 

VANDALIA— 

Shall the old Capitol be preserved, its history, etc. Fayette County 
Bar Association. John A. Bingham, Chairman, Vandalia, 1913. 

VEEMILION COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Vermilion County, Illinois; a tale of its evolution, settle- 
ment and progress for nearly a quarter of a century. By Lotte E. 
Jones. 2 vols., Chicago, 111., 1911. Pioneer Pub. Co. 

VEEMILION COUNTY— 

The past and present of Vermilion Count v, Illinois. The S. J. 
Clarke Pub. Co., Chicago, 1903. 1158 p. 

VEEMILION COUNTY— 

History of Vermilion County, together with historic notes on the 
Northwest, gleaned from early authors, old maps and manuscripts, pri- 
vate and official correspondence, and other authentic, though for the 
most part out-of-the-wav sources. Hiram W. Beck with. 1041 p., Chi- 
cago, 1879. H. H. Hill & Co., Pubs. 

VIEOINIA, ILLINOIS— 

Historical sketches. By J. N. Gridley. 445 p., Virginia, 111., 1907. 

WABASH COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Combined history of Edwards, Lawrence and Wabash Counties, 
Illinois, with illustrations and biographical sketches. 377 p., Phila- 
delphia, 1883. J. L. McDonough & Co., Pubs. 



63 

ILLINOIS— Continued 

WABASH COUNTY—. ^ 

Illinois historical, edited by Newton Bateman and Paul Selby; 
Wabash County, . biographical, edited by Theodore H. Eisley. 828 p., 
Chicago. Munsell Pub. Co., 1911. 

WALNUT GROVE— 

Walnut Grove, formerly in Morgan, now Cass County, III. By 
William Epler. pp. 61-65. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
Society, Vol. 9, No. I, April, 1916. 

WAE OF 1812— 

Illinois in the War of 1812. By Frank E. Stevens. See pp. 62-197. 
In Pub. No. 9, 1904. Illinois State Historical Library. 

WAR OF 1812— 

History of the late war in the Western Country. By Robert B. 
McAfee. 534 p., Lexington, Ky., 1816. Publislied by Worsley & Smith. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Diary of Edward W. Crippin, private 27th Illinois Volunteers, War 
of the Rebellion, August 7, 1861 to September 19, 1863. See pp. 220- 
282. In Pub. No. 14, 1909. Illinois State Historical Librarv. 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

Regimental Histories, 4th, 8th, 9th, 14th Cavalry. 

7th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1868. Reunions, 1901-1904, 
1905-1916. 

10th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. Roster of Survivors, 1894-1896, 1899. 

13th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1892. 

15th Reg.' 111. Vol. Inf. Reunion, 1885. 

21st Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. Reunion, 1897. 

24th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1864. 

31st Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History. Reunions, 1889-90, 1893-1897. 

33d Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. Reunions, 1890, 1915. 

34th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1903. 

36th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1876. 

39th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1889. 

45th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. Sketch, 1869. 

46th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1866. 

47th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1905. 

50th Reg. III. Vol. Inf. Historv, 1894. Reunions, 1896, 1898- 
1908. 

55th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1887. 

59th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1865. 

73d Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1890. Reunions, 1888, 1893, 
1894, 1896-1913, 1915. 

74th Beg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1903. 

75th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1866. 



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ILLINOIS— Continued 

WAR OF THE REBELLION— 

8-ith Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1866. 

85th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1901. 

86th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1866. Reunions, 1889-1914, 
1916. 

91st Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1913. 

92d Heg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1875. Reunions, 1882, 1891, 
1906, 1915. 

93d Beg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1898. 

102d Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. History, 1865. 

104th Reg. 111. Vol. Inf. Reunion, 1891. 

WAR OF THE REBELLIOX— 

The Patriotism of Illinois. By T. M. Eddv. 2 vols. Chicago. 
1865-66. 

WAR OF THE REBELLIOX— 

Sanganion County Ladies^ Soldiers' Aid Society. By Mrs. Eva 
Munson Smith, pp. 198-206. In Pub. Xo. IT, 1912. Illinois State 
Historical Library. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTIOX— 

Rock Riyer in the Reyolution. By William A. Meese. See pp. 97- 
103. In Pub. Xo. 14, 1909. Illinois *^State Historical Library. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTIOX— 

Reyolutionary soldiers buried in Illinois. Compiled by Mrs. Harriet 
J. Walker. 178 p. The Standard Printing Co., Los Angeles, CaL, 1917. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTIOX— 

The army led by George Rogers Clark in his conquest of the Illinois, 
1778-79. X^otes by Dr. J. F. Snyder. See pp. 166-178. In Pub. X'o. 
8, 1903. Illinois State Historical Library. 

WAR WITH MEXICO— 

The Fourth Illinois Infantry in the War with Mexico. By Ezra 
M. Prince. See pp. 172-187. In Pub. Xo. 11, 1906. Illinois State 
Historical Library. Reunions, Ills., 1879-93, 1909. 

WARREX COUXTY, COLDBROOK TOWXSHIP, ILLIXOIS— 

Early history of Coldbrook Township. Hedgepeth First County 
Superior School in Illinois, 1843-1917. By Winnifred Hoffman and 
Mary Duncan under the supervision of Miss Minnie Mae Mackey. 

WARREX COUXTY, ILLIXOIS— 

Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, edited by Xewton Bateman 
and Paul Selby; history of Warren County, edited by Hugh R. Moffett 
and Thomas H. Rogers. 2 vols., Chicago, 1903. Munsell Pub. Co. 



65 

ILUNOIS— Continued 

WAEEEN' COUNTY— 

The Past and Present of Warren County, Illinois, containing a 
history of the county, a biographical directory, portraits of early settlers, 
statistics and history of Illinois. 352 p., Chicago, 1877. H. p. Kett 
& Co., 1877. 

WAEEENVILLE, ILLINOIS— 

See Family Histories, The Warrens of Warrenville. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Clinton, Washington, Marion 
and Jeiferson Counties, Illinois. 585 p., Chicago, 1894. Chapman 
Pub. Co. 

WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS— 

Old little fort. Modem Waukegan. H. L. Conard. 13 p. (From 
the National Magazine, December, 1892.) 

WAYNE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas map of Wayne County, Illinois, from actual surveys. B. N. 
Grii&Qg, Philadelphia, 1881. 

WAYNE COUNTY— 

History of Wayne and Clay Counties, Illinois. 242 p., Chicago, 
1884. Globe Pub. Co. 

WEST POINT TOWNSHIP, STEPHENSON COUNTY— 

Centennial history of West Point Township, Stephenson County, 
Illinois. S. Dodds. 13 p., Lena, 111., 1876. 

WETHEESFIELD, HENEY COUNTY— 

Historical sketch. By Charles T. Little. See pp. 480-484. In 
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 4, No. 4, January, 
1912. 

WHIG CONVENTION OF 1840— 

Southern Illinois and neighboring states at the Whig Convention 
of 1840. By Mrs. Martha Neil Davidson. See pp. 150-159. In Pub. 
No. 20, 1914. Illinois State Historical Library. 

WHIG CONVENTION OF 1840— 

Northern Illinois in the great Whig Convention of 1840. By Mrs. 
Edith Packard Kelly. See pp. 137-149. In Pub. No. 20, 1914. Illi- 
nois State Historical Library. 

WHIG CONVENTION, 1840— 

The Young Men^s Convention and Old Settlers^ Meeting at Spring- 
field, June 3-4, 1840. By Mrs. Isabel Jamison. See pp. 160-171. In 
Pub. No. 20, 1914. Illinois State Historical Library. 

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ILLINOIS— Continued 

WHITE COUXTY, ILLIXOIS— 

History of White County, Illinois, biographies, history of Illinois. 
972 p., Chicago, 1883. Inter-State Pub. Co. 

WHITESIDE COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

Atlas of Whiteside County and the State of Illinois. XXXIV. 91 
p., Chicago, 1872. Warner & Beers, Pubs. 

WHITESIDE COUNTY— 

History of Whiteside County, Illinois, from its first settlement to 
the present time, with numerous biographical and family sketches. 
Charles Bent. 536 p., Morrison, 111., 1877. L. P. Allen, Printer. 

WHITESIDE COUNTY— 

History of Whiteside County, Illinois, from its earliest settlement 
to 1908, biographical sketches. W. W. Davis. 2 vols., Chicago, 1908. 
The Pioneer Pub. Co. 

WILL COUNTY ILLINOIS— 

Atlas Plat Book of Will County. Chicago, 1893. George A. Ogle 
& Co. Pubs. 

i 

WILL COUNTY— 

Forty years ago — a contribution to the early history of Joliet and 
Will County. Two lectures delivered before the Historical Society of 
Joliet, December 17, 1873, and March 24, 1874. By George Woodruflf. 
Pub. by Jas. Goodspeed. Joliet Republican Printing House, 1874. 

WILL COUNTY— 

Joliet, 111. The great resources, and superior advantages of the 
city of Joliet, 111. Hopkins Eowell, comp. 32 p., Joliet, 111., 1871. 
Gritzner & Henderson. 

WILL COUNTY— 

The history of Will County, Illinois, containing a history of the 
county, a directory of its real estate owners; portraits of early settlers, 
statistics, history of Illinois, history of the Northwest. 995 p., Chicago, 
1878. W. LeBaron, Jr., Pub. 

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton, Franklin and Williamson 
Counties, Illinois, from the earliest time to the present, with biographical 
sketches. 961 p., Chicago, 1887. Goodspeed Pub. Co. 

WILLIAMSON COUNTY— 

The history of Williamson County, Illinois, from the earliest times 
down to the present, with an accurate account of the secession move- 
ment, ordinances, raids, etc., also a complete history of its ^T)loody 
vendetta,^^ including all its recondite causes, etc. Milo Erwin. "286 p., 
Marion, 111., 1876. 



67 

ILLINOIS— Concluded 

WILMETTE, ILLINOIS— 

Antoine Ouilmette, the first settler of Evanston and Wilmette. By 
Frank Eeed Grover. 26 p., Evanston, 111., 1908. Evanston Hist. Soc, 
Pubs. 

WINCHESTER, ILLINOIS— 

Life sketches and reminiscences of the late E. G. Miner of Win-t 
Chester. Centenary Memorial. 9 p., Winchester, 111., 1909. 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

History of Eockford and Winnebago County, Illinois, from the first 
settlement in 1834 to the Civil War. C. A. Church. 386 p., Rockford, 
111., 1900. 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY— 

• 

Eockford city directory and county Gazetteer for 1869, with a 
history of Winnebago County. 351-71 p., Eockford, 111. Kauffman & 
Burch, Pubs. 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY— 

The history of Winnebago Coimty, Illinois, its past and present, 
containing a biographical directory — ^war record, portraits of early 
settlers, statistics. 672 p., Chicago, 1877. H. F. Kett & Co. 

WINNEBAGO WAE OF 1827-, 

By William Thomas. See pp. 265-269.. In Pub. No. 12, 1907. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 

WOODFOED COUNTY, ILLINOIS— 

The past and present of Woodford County, Illinois, containing a 
directory of its taxpayers; war record; portraits of early settlers, sta- 
tistics, history of Illinois, history of the Northwest. 660 p., Chicago, 
1878. W. LeBaron, Jr. & Co., Pubs. 

WOODFOED COUNTY— 

Soldiers of the War of 1812 whose bounty land grants were located 
in Woodford County, Illinois. A. F. Marshall, Bloomington, 1913. 

YELLOW BANKS (NOW OQUAWKA, ILLINOIS) — 

Eeminiscences of Yellow Banks. By James W. Gordon. See pp. 
54-62. In Pub. No. 21, 1915. Illinois State Historical Library. 

YOUNG PEOPLE^S HISTOEY OF ILLINOIS— 

From the earliest discoveries to the present time, containing also 
a full description of the prehistoric nations, together with their manners 
and customs^ as well as those of the early settlers. A. A. Dresbach and 
A. C. Dresbach. 260 p., Chicago, 1886. Home Historical SeT:\ft.^. 



68 

INDIANA 

CASS COUNTY— 

Biographical and genealogical history of Cass, Miami, Howard and 
Tipton Counties, Indiana. 2 vols. Lewis Pub. Co., Chicago, 1898. 

COEYDON— 

Old Capital Centennial souvenir, Corydon, Indiana^s, birthplace. 
Official souvenir. A. 0. Deweese. Louisville, Ky., 1916. Acme Print- 
ing Co. 

COEYDON— 

The Pageant of Corj-don, the pioneer capital of Indiana, 1816-1916. 
June 2 and 3, 191G. By Williani Chauncey Langdon. 48 p., New Al- 
bany, Ind. Baker^s Printing House, 1916. 

EVAXSVILLE— 

Evansville and its men of mark. Edward White. 423 p., Evans- 
ville, Ind., 1873. Historical Pub. Co. 

FAYETTE COUNTY— 

History of Fayette County, Indiana. 331 p., Chicago, 1886. War- 
ner, Beers & Co., Pubs. 

FOUNTAIN COUNTY— 

History of Fountain County, n.p., n.d. By T. F. Davidson. 80 p. 
Caption title bound with H. W. Beckwith's History of Montgomery 
Countv, 1881. 

GIBSON COUNTY— 

History of Gibson County, Indiana, her people, industries and in- 
stitutions, with biographical sketches of representative citizens and 
genealogical records of many of the old families. By 6. E. Stormont. 
1076 p. B. F. Bowen & Co., 'Indianapolis, 1914. 

HENEY COUNTY— 

Henry County, past and present ; a brief history of the county from 
1821 to 1*871. Elwood Pleas. 148 p.. New Castle, Ind., 1871. Pleas 
Bros., Pubs. 

HISTOEIC INDIANA— 



Being chapters in the story of the Hoosier State from the romantic 
period of foreign exploration and dominion through pioneer days, stir- 
ring war times, and periods of peaceful progress, to the present time. 
By Julia Henderson Levering. 538 p.. New York & London. G. P. 
Putnam's Sons, 1909. 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF INDIANA— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1800-1905. (In National cyclo- 
pedia of American biography. Vol. XIII. pp. 265-277; see also Index 
vol., pp. 83-84.) 



69 

INDIANA— Continued 

HOWARD COUNTY— 

Biographical and genealogical history of Cass, Miami, Howard and 
Tipton Counties, Indiana. 2 vols., Chicago, 1898. Lewis Pub. Co. 

HTJXTINGTOX COUNTY— 

History of Huntington County, Indiana, a narrative account of its 
historical progress, its people and its principal interests. Compiled 
under the editorial supervision of Frank Sumner Bash and U. S. Lesh, 
Monroe Wilev and Frank A. Miner, 1914. 2 vols., Chicago, 1914. Lewis 
Pub. Co. 

INDIANA AS SEEN BY EARLY TRAVELERS— 

A compilation of reprints from books of travel, letters and diaries 
prior to 1830. Harlow Lindley, ed. 596 p., Indianapolis, Ind., 1916. 

INDIANA MISCELLANY— 

Consisting of sketches of Indian life, the early settlement, customs 
and hardships of the people, and the introduction of the gospel and of 
schools, biographical notices of the pioneer Methodist preachers of the 
state. William Smith. 304 p., Cincinnati, 1867. Author. 

JOHNSON COUNTY, INDIANA— 

History of Johnson County, Indiana. E. L. Branigin. 863 p., 
Indianapolis, Ind., 1913. B. F. Bowen & Co., Pubs. 

LAKE COUNTY— ^ 

A standard history of Lake County, Indiana, and the* Calumet 
region. W. F. Howatt and others. 2 vols. Lewis Pub. Co., 1915, 
Chicago. 

LA PORTE COUNTY— 

History of La Porte County, Indiana. 914 p., Chicago, 1880. C. 
C. Chapman & Co., Pubs. 

LA PORTE COUNTY— 

History of La Porte County, Indiana, and its townships, towns and 
cities. Jasper Packard. 467 p., La Porte, Ind., 1876. S. E. Taylor 
& Co., Pubs. 

LAWRENCE COUNTY— 

Industries and institutions. 764 p., Indianapolis, 1914. B. F. 
Bowen & Co., Pubs. 

METHODIST PREACHERS— 

Life and Times of Rev. Allen Wiley, containing sketches of early 
Methodist preachers in Indiana and notices of the introduction and 
progress of Methodism in the state. F. E. Holliday. Edited by D. W. 
Clark. 291 p., Cincinnati, Snowstedt, 1853. 



10 

INDIANA— Concluded 

MIAMI COUNTY— 

Bio^aphical and genealogical history of Cass, Miami, Howard and 
Tipton Counties, Indiana. 2 vols., Chicago, 1898. Lewis Pub. Co. 

MONEOE COUNTY— 

History of Lawrence and Monroe Counties, Indiana, their people, 
industries and institutions. 764 p., Indianapolis, Ind., 1914. B. P. 
Bowen & Co. 

MORGAN COUNTY— 

The Pioneers of Morgan County. Noah J. Major. Edited by 
Logan Esarey. (In Indiana Historical Society Publications. Vol. 5, 
p. 231-516.) 

PRINCETON— 

Centennial celebration of the United Presbyterian Church, Prince- 
ton, Ind., 1810-1910. Gilbert R. Stormont, Comp. 117 p., Terre Haute, 
Ind., 1911. United Presbyterian Church, Pub. 

RANDOLPH COUNTY— 

History of Randolph County, Indiana. P]benezer Tucker. 512 p., 
Chicago, 1882. A. L. Klingman. 

SAINT JOSEPH COUNTY— 

The Historic Pageant of St. Joseph County, October 3-5. Spring- 
brook Park, South Bend, Ind., 1916. 

STARKE COUNTY— 

A standard history of Starke County, Indiana. By Joseph N. Mc- 
Cormick, Harry C. Miller and B. F. Anderson. 747 p., Chicago, 1915. 
Lewis Pub. Co. 

TIPTON COUNTY— 

Biographical and genealogical history of Cass, Miami, Howard and 
Tipton Counties, Indiana. 2 vols., Chicago, 1898. Lewis Pub. Co. 

WAYNE COUNTY— 

History of Wayne County, Indiana, from its first settlement to the 
present time, with numerous biographical and family sketches. Andrew 
W. Young. 459 p., Cincinnati, 1872. R. Clarke & Co. 

WHITE COUNTY, INDIANA— 

A standard history of White County, Indiana. W. H. Hamelle. 
2 vols., Chicago. Lewis Pub. Co., 1915. 

IOWA 

IOWA— 

Biographical series. Edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh, Iowa 
City, la. 



71 



IOWA— Cmicluded 

HISTOEY OP THE STATE OF IOWA— 



In the biographies of its governors, 1838-1901. (In National 
Cyclopedia of .^erican Biography. Vol. XI, pp. 428-435. See also 
Index vol. p. 84.) 

JACKSON COUNTY— 

Annals of Jackson County, Iowa. Eeprinted from the Maquoketa 
Sentinel. Published by the Jackson County Historical Society, Septem- 
ber, 1908-1909. 113 p., Maquoketa, la. 

MONEOE COUNTY— 

An illustrated history of Monroe County, Iowa, a complete civil, 
political, and military history of the county, from its earliest period of 
organization down to 1896. By Frank Hickenlooper. 360 p., Albia, 
la., 1896. 

KANSAS 

EAELY DAYS IN KANSAS— 

Printed in installments. Vol. 1, 2, 3, 4. By Charles E. Green, 
Historian and Publisher. Olathe, Kansas, 1912. 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF KANSAS— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1854-1898. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. VIII, pp. 340-348. See also 
Index vol. p. 85.) 

LYNDON— 

Annals of Lyndon. By Charles Eansley Green. 298 p., Olatha, 
Kans.," 1913. Greenes Historical Series. Vol. 4. 

SHAWNEE COUNTY— 

Along the Santa Fe trail in the counties of Douglas, Franklin^ 
Shawnee, Osage and Lyon. Charles Eansley Green. 151 p., Olatha, 
Kans., 1912. G. E. Green, Pub. 

QUANTEILL AND THE BOEDEE WAES— 

By William Elsey Connelley. 542 p.. Cedar Eapids, la., 1910. The 
Torch Press. 

KENTUCKY 

ALLEN^S HISTOEY OF KENTUCKY— 

Embracing gleanings, reminiscences, antiquities, natural curiosities, 
statistics and biographical sketches. By W. B. Allen, Louisville, Ky. 
449 p. Bradley & Gilbert, Pubs., 1872. 

COTTEEILL, E. S — 

History of Pioneer Kentucky. 254 p., Cincinnati, 1917. Johnson 
& Hardin, Pubs. 






KENTUCKY— Continiied 

dayip:ss corNTV— 

History of Davii'ss Coiiiity. Keiitiiokv, toprether with biographies 
and an oullim* historv nf KtMitucky. STO p., Chicago, 1883. Inter- 
State Pub. (.'u. 

FLOWEirs LHTTKKS FIJOM LK\IN(rr()X, KENTUCKY— 

(Juhf '2o, \s\'j) ami the lliiimis (Auj^ust It), 1819). In Thwaites 
Early Wostcrn Travfl.-.. i: is-lM?;. Vol. li), pp. 85-109. 

GREEXE CUUXTV - 

A history of Keiitiuky, oiiihratiii;,^ ;;lt*aii in «;.*<, reminiscences, anti- 
quities, natural eurio>itii*s, statistics and l)io«^rai)hieal sketches. By 
W. B. Allen. -14!) i>., Louisville, Ky. Hradley & Gilbert, Pubs., 1872. 

HISTORY OF KENTUCKY— 

(Centennial edition). Ky /. Smith. 1>U) p., Louisville, Ky., 1892. 
Courier Journal Job Print inir Co. 

HISTORY OF PJOXEKK KEXTCCKY— 

Bv R. S. Cotterill, Ciminnati, P.) IT. '^ol p. Johnson & Hardin, 
Pubs. " 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF KEXTUCKY— 

In the biographies of its governors, 17!)*3-190(). (In National Cyclo- 
j>edia of American Bingrapliy. Vol. XI II, pp. 1-15. See also Index 
vol. pp. 85-8(). 

KEXTUCKY LITERATURP:— 

Local history in Kentueky literature. Manuscript read before the 
Louisville Literary Clui), Sei)tember "il, 1915. By Otto A. Bothert. 
30 p. Typewritten. 

KEXTUCKY UNIVERSITY— 

History of Transylvania and Kentucky L'niversities in the biogra- 
phies of their presidents, 1T8;M800. (In National Cyclopedia of 
American Biography. Vol. IV, pp. 512-51?. 

LOCAL HISTORY IX KENTUCKY LITERATURE— 

A manuscript read before the Louisville Literary Club. By Otto 
A. Rothert, September 27, 1915. 30 p. Typewritten. 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

Western Cavaliers, embracing the historv of the Methodist Episco- 
pal Church in Kentucky from 1832 to 18 11.^ By A. W. Redford. 548 
p., Xashville, Tenn., 1876. Southern Methodist Publishing House. 

MUHLEXBER(3^ COUXTY"— 

A history of Unity Baptist Church, Mulilenberg County, Ken- 
tucky. By Otto A. Rothert. 59 p., Louisville, Ky., 1914. J. P. Morton 
& Co., Pubs. 



73 

KENTUCKY— Concluded 

PIONEEK KENTUCKY— 

See Cotterill. 

SKETCHES OF EAELY LIFE AND TIMES IN KENTUCKY, 
MISSOUEI AND ILLINOIS— 

By Elijah lies. 64p., Springfield, 1883. Springfield Printing Co. 

TEANSYLYANIA UNIYEESITY, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY— 

Medical department. Annual announcements. Medical faculty, 
1839. 

WAE OF 1812— 

Kentucky in the War of 1812. By Anderson Chenault Quisen- 
berry. 222 p., Frankfort, Ky., 1915. Kentucky State Historical So- 
ciety, Pubs. 

WAE OF 1812— 

History of the late war in the Western Country. By Eobert B. 
McAfee. 534 p., Lexington, Ky., 181G. Published by Worsley & Smith. 

WESTEEN CAVALIEES— 

Embracing the history of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Ken- 
tucky from 1832 to 1844. By A. W. Eedford. 548 p., Nashville, Tenn., 
1876. Southern Methodist Publishing House 

LOUISIANA 

ATHANASE DE MEZIEEES AND THE LOUISIANA— 

Texas frontier, 1768-1780; documents published for the first time 
from the original Spanish and French manuscripts, chiefly in the 
Archives of Mexico and Spain. Tr. into English. Edited and anno- 
tated by Herbert Eugene Bolton. 2 vols., Cleveland, 0., 1914. The 
Arthur H. Clark Co. 

HISTOEY OF LOUISIANA IN THE BIOGEAPHIES OF ITS 
GOVEENOES, 1769-1900— 
(In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. X, pp. 
72-84. See also Index vol. p. 87.) 

MAINE 

BANGOE— 

Bangor Historical Society. Fiftieth Anniversary, proceedings at 
the Bangor Public Library, Wednesday, April 8, 1914. 88 p., Bangor, 
Maine, 1914. 

BAPTISTS IN MAINE— 

A history of the Baptist in Maine, together with brief notices of 
societies and institutions, and a dictionary of the labors of each min- 
ister, Joshua Millet. 472 p., Portland. C. Day & Co., Pubs., 1845. 



74 

MAINE — Contmued 

BELFAST— 

History of the city of Belfast in the State of Maine from its first 
settlement in 1770 to 1875. Joseph Williamson, 1877. Portland, Me. 
2 vols. Loving, Short & Harrison, 1877. 

BEUNSWICK— 

History of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell, Maine, including 
the ancient territory known as Pejepscot. George Augustus Wheeler 
and H. W. Wheeler. 959 p., Boston, 1878. A. Mudge & Son. 

CAEOLINE COUNTY— 

Maryland's Colonial Eastern Shore; historical sketches of counties 
and of some notable structures. Earle, Swepson and Skinner P. G. eds., 
204 p., Baltimore, Md. By the Editors, 1916. 

FAEMINGDALE— 

Vital records to the year 1892. 96 p., Gardiner, Me., 1909. Maine 
Hist. Soc. 

FEANKFOET— 

History of the town of Frankfort. By Erasmus Jones. 57 p., 
Winterport, Me., 1897. Advertiser Job Print. 

GAEDINEE— 

Vital records to the year 1892. Gardiner, Maine. Maine Hist. 
Soc. 2 vols. 

GENEALOGIST— 

The Maine genealogist and biographer. Quarterly. 3 vols., 1875- 
78, Augusta, Me. Sprague, Owen & Nash. 

HAEPSWELL— 

History of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell, Maine, including 
the Ancient territory known as Pejepscot. G. A. Wheeler and H. W. 
Wheeler. 959 p., Boston, 1878. A. Mudge & Son, Pub. 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF MAINE— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1820-1896. (National Cyclo- 
pedia of American Biography. Vol. VI, pp. 305-319. See also Index 
vol., p. 88.) 

LINCOLN COUNTY— 

A history of the town of Union in the county of Lincoln, Maine, 
to the middle of the nineteenth century, with a family register of the 
settlers before the year 1800 and of their descendants. J. L. Sibley. 
540 p., Boston, Mass., 1851. B. B. Mussey &i Co., Pubs. 

MAINE GENEALOGIST AND BIOGEAPHEE— 

3 vols., 1875-78. Sprague, Owen & Nash, Augusta, Me. 

PEJEPSCOT— 

See Brunswick, Maine. 



75 

MAjNE — Concluded 

PIOXEEES OF THE MAGALLOWAY— 

From 1820 to 1904. By Grranville P. Wilson. 64 p. Old Orchard, 
Mainei, 1918. 

TOPSHAM— 

History of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell, Maine, including 
the ancient territory known as Pejepscot. G. A. Wheeler and H. W. 
Wheeler. 959 p., Boston, 1878. A. Mudge & Son. 

UNION— 

A history of the town of Union in the county of Lincoln, Maine, 
to the middle of the nineteenth century, with a family register of the 
settlers before the year 1800, and of their descendants. John Langdon 
Sibley. 540 p., Boston, Mass, 1851. B. B. Mussey & Co. 

WAE OF THE EEVOLUTION— 

Names of soldiers of the American Eevolution who applied for 
state bounty under resolves of March 17, 1835, March 24, 1836 and 
March 20, 1838, as appears of record in Land Office. C. J. House, 
Comp. 50 p. Burleigh & Flint, Pub. Published by order of the Gov- 
ernor and Executive Council. 

WAE OF THE EEVOLUTION— 

Eevolutionary Patriots of Maine — 3,136 Patriots. See The Na- 
tional Genealogical Society Quarterly. Vol. VI, No. 1, April, 1917. 
Washington, D. C. Pub. by the National Genealogical Society. 

WEST GAEDINEE— 

Vital records to the year 1892. 109 p., Gardiner, Me., 1913. 
Maine Historical Society. 

WINTEEPOET— 

History of the town of Frankfort. By Erasmus Jones. 57 p., 
Winterport, Maine, 1897. Advertiser Job Print. 

MARYLAND 

AECHIVES OF MAEYLAND— 

Vols. I and II. Correspondence of Governor Sharpe, 1755-1757, 
1757-1761. Baltimore, Maryland Hist. Soc. Pubs. 1888, 1890. 

BALTIMOEE, MD. 

History of Baltimore City and County. John Thomas Scharb. 
947 p., Philadelphia. Louis H. Everts, 1881. 

CECIL COUNTY— 

Maryland's colonial eastern shore; historical sketches of counties 
and of some notable structures. Earle, Swepson & Skirven, P. G., Eds., 
Baltimore, Md., 1916. 



76 

MARYLAND— Continued 

COLOXIAL MAXSTOXS OF MARYLAXD AXD DELAWARE— 

By John Martin Hammond. oO-t p., Philadelphia and London, 
1914. J. B. Lippincott & Co. 

D. A. E. THE PATRIOTIC MARYLAXDER— 

Issued (piarterly. Maryland Society ot* the Daughters of the Ameri- 
can Revolution. Vols. 1-lJl, 191-1-11)1;. Discontinued. 

DORCHESTER COUXTY— 

Maryland's colonial eastern shore; historical sketches of counties 
and of some notable structure^. p]arle, Swepson & Skirven, P. G., 
Editors. i301 p., Baltimore, Md., liao. By the Editors. 

Gi:RMAX SOCIETY OF MARYLAND— 

History of the German Society of ]\[arvland. L. P. Henninoc- 
hauser, Comp. ;203 p., Baltimore. 1909. Soc. for the Germans in Mary- 
land, Pub. 

GERMAN SOCIETY OF MARYLAND— 

Reports 1887-1900. 

HISTORY OF MARYLAND— 

From its first settlement in 1634 to the year 1818. James Mc- 
Sherry. 405 p., Baltimore, 1899. J. Murphy. 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MARYLAND— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1777-1900. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. IX, pp. 289-314. See also 
Index vol., pp. 88-89.) 

KENT COUXTY— 

Old Kent; the eastern shore of Maryland, records of Kent County, 
Maryland, and of the parishes of St. Paul's Shrewsbury and I. U., and 
genealogical histories. By George A. Kent. 383 p., Baltimore, 1876. 
John P. Des Forges. 

MARYLAXD'S COLOXIAL EASTERN SHORE— 

Historical sketches of counties and of some notable structures. 
Swepson, Earle & P. G. Skirven, eds. 204 p., Baltimore, Md., 1916. 

MARYLAND RECORDS, COLOXIAL, REVOLUTIOXARY, 
COUXTY AXD CHURCH— 
From original sources. By Gains Marcus Brumbaugh. Vol. I, 
Baltimore, Md., 1915. William & Wilkins Co., Pubs. 

OLD MARYLAND FAMILIES— 

A collection of charts compiled from public records wills. Hen- 
rietta E. Bromwell. 53 pp., Denver, Col., 1916. 



77 

MARYLAND— Concluded 

PA^TBIOTIC MARYLANDEE— 

Issued quarterly. By the Maryland Society of the Daughters of 
fee American Revolution! Vol. I, Xos. 1-4: Vol. TI, Xos. 1-4; Vol. 
Ill, jSTos. 1-4, 1914-1917. Pub. Baltimore (all issued). 

SOMERSET COUKTY, MARYLAND— 

See Maryland's colonial eastern shon*. By Swepson Earle & P. G. 
Sh'rven. 

TALBOT COUNTY^— 

History of Talbot ('ounty, Maryland, KUU-lSGl. Compiled prin- 
cipally from the literary relics of the late Samuel Alexander Harrison. 
Oswald Tilgham, Com])iler. 'i vols., Baltimore, 1915. Williams & 
Wilkins, Pub. 

TALBOT COUXTY— 

See Maryland's colonial eastern shore. By Earle Swepson & P. G. 
Skirven. 

QUEEN AXXE'S COUXTY^— 

Maryland's colonial eastern shore, historical sketches of counties 
and of some notable structures. Earle Swepson & P. G. Skirven, 
Editors. 204 p., Baltimore, Md., 1916. By the Editors. 

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, AXXAPOLIS, MARYLAXD— 

History of St. John's College in the biographies of its presidents, 
1789-1906. (In Xational Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. I, 
pp. 503-507.) 

WAE OP THE REVOLUTIOX— 

Unpublished Revolutionary Records of Maryland. 3,136 Patriots. 
See The Xational Genealogical Society Quarterlv. Vol. VI, Xo. 1, 
April, 1917. Pub. Washington, 1). C. 

WICOMICO COUXTY^— 

See Maryland's colonial eastern shore. Ed. by Earle Swepson and 
P. G. Skirven, Baltimore, Md., 1916. 

WILLS— C ALEX DAR OF WILLS— 

1635 (earliest probated) to 1685, 1685-17'20. 5 vols. Mrs. Jane 
Baldwin Cotton, Comp. Baltimore, Md. Kohn & Polleck, Pubs. 

WOECESTER COUXTY— 

See Maryland's colonial eastern shore. By Swepson Earle & P. G. 
Skirven, eds. 204 p., Baltimore, Md., 1916. 

MASSACHUSETTS 

BABNSTAPLE COUXTY— 
See Cape Cod. 



78 

MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 

BERKSHIRE COUXTY— 

See Hampden County. 

BOSTON— 

An address commemorative of the organization of the city govern- 
ment in Boston, May 1, 1822. Josiah Adams. 72 p., Boston, 1897. 
Municipal Printing Office. 

BOSTON— 

Record commissioners reports. Vols. 25-39. 

CAMBRIDGE— 

Historical Society Proceedings. Xos. 1, 2, 3, 10, lOOH, 1907, 1908, 
1915. 

CAPE COD— 

The history of Cape Cod; the annals of Barnstable County and 
of its several towns, including the district of Mashpee. By Frederick 
Freeman. 2 vols., ^Boston, 1858-62. 

CARLISLE— 

Vital records of Carlisle, Mass., to the end of the year 1849. 100 p., 
Salem, Mass., 1918. Published by the Essex Institute. 

CARVER— 

History of the town of Carver, Mass., historical review, 1637 to 
1910. By Henry S. Griffin. 366 p., Xew Bedford, Mass., 1913. E. 
Anthony & Sons. 

CENTRE, MASSACHUSETTS— 

See Hanover, Mass. 

CHESTER— 

See Murrayfield. 

CHRONICLES OF THE FIRST PLANTERS OF THE COLONY 
OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY— 
From 1623-1636. Alexander Young, Boston. Little & Brown, 
1846. 571 p. 

CLINTON— 

Semi-Centennial celebration of the incorporation of the town of 
Clinton, March 14, 1850. 176 p., Clinton, Mass., 1900. 

COLONIAL HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS— 

J. S. Barry. 3 vols., Boston, 1855-57. Phillips, Sampson & Co. 

COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS— 
Vols. 1-18 (except 15 and 16), 1892-1916. 



79 

MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 

COLONIAL PERIOD— 

The founding of a nation, the story of the Pilgrim fathers, their 
voyage on the Mayflower, their early struggles, hardships and dangers 
and the beginnings of American democracy, as told in the Journals of 
Francis Beaumont, Cavalier. By Frank Moody Gregg. 2 vols., Cleve- 
land, Ohio, 1915. The Arthur H. Clark Co., Pubs. 

COLONY OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY— 

Chronicles of the first planters of the colonv of Massachusetts Bay 
from 1623 to 1636. Alexander Young. 571 p., Boston, Mass., 1846. 
Little & Brown. 

DANVEES— 

History of the town of Danvers, from its early settlement to the 
year 1848. J. W. Hanson. 304 p., Danvers, Mass. " The author, 1848. 

DEDHAM— 

The record of births, marriages and deaths and intentions of mar- 
riages in Dedham, 1635-1845. D. G. Hill. 2 vols., Dedham, Mass. 
The Town, 1888. Don Gleason Hill, town clerk. Vol. 2 a memorial 
volume. 

ESSEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS— 

The part taken by Essex County in the organization and settle- 
ment of the Northwest territory. 72 p. Eeprinted from Historical 
Collections Essex Institute. Vol. 25, 1888. 

ESSEX COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS— 

Standard history of Essex County, Massachusetts, from its first 
settlement to the present time. Boston, 1878. C. F. Jewett & Co., 
Pubs. 

FBANKLIN COUNTY— 
See Hampden County. 

OENEALOGICAL EEGISTEE OF THE FIEST SETTLEES OF 
NEW ENGLAND— 
John Farmer. 352 p., Lancaster, Mass., 1829. Carter, Andrews 
A Co. 

HAMPDEN COUNTY— 

History of western Massachusetts. The counties of Hampden, 
Hampshire, Franklin and Berkshire, embracing an outline, or general 
history of the section, an account of its scientific aspects and leading 
interests of its one hundred towns. Josiah Gilbert Holland. 2 vols., 
Springfield, Mass., 1^5. Samuel Bowles & Co. 

HAMPSHIEE COUNTY— 

See Hampden County. 



80 

MASSACHUSETTS— Continued 

FrAXOVER— 

diurch and oonicterv records of Hanover, Mass. L. V. Bri.£:gs. 
2 vols., Boston, 1895-1004. Wallace Spooner. 

HAXOYER— 

(Town clerk). A co])v of the records of births, marriages and 
deaths and of the intentions of marriage of the town of TTanover, Mass., 
1727-1857. 310 p., Eockland, Mass., 1808. Eockland Standard, Pub. 

HAXOVEE— 

History and records of the First Congregational Church, Hanover, 
Mass., 1727-1865, and inscriptions from the headstones and tombs at 
Centre, Mass., 1727-1804. Being volnme one of the church and ceme- 
tery records of Hanover, Mass. L. V. Briggs. 2 vols., Boston, 18S)5, 
1004. Wallace Spooner, Pub. 

HAEDW^ICK— 

Vital records of Hardwick, Mass., to the year 1850. Compiled by 
Thomas W. Baldwin, A. B., S. B., member of the Xew England His- 
toric Genealogical Society. 336 p., Boston, Mass., 1017. 

HAVEBHILL— 

The story of a Xew England town, a record of the commemoration, 
July second and third, 1800, on the two himdred and liftieth anniversary 
of the settlement of Haverhill, Mass. Haverhill, Mass. Board of Trade 
and City Council. 364 p., Boston, 1801. Joseph' George Cnpples, Pubs. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, MASSACHUSETTS— 

List of the presidents, 1701-1006, with biographies. (In Xational 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Index vol., p. 135.) 

HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS FROM JULY, 1775 TO 1780— 
Alden Bradford. 376 p., Boston, 1825. Wells and Lilly. 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETS— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1780-1000. (In Xational Cy- 
clopedia of x\merican Biography. Vol. I, pp. 103-127. Sre also Index 
vol. 0, pp. 00-01.) 

HISTORY OF WOBURX^ MIDDLESEX COUXTY, MASSACHU- 
SETTS— 

From the grant of its territory to Charlestown in 1640 to 1860, with 
a memorial sketch of the author. By Rev. Charles C. Sewall. Samuel 
Sewall. 657 p., Boston. Wiggin & Lunt, 1868. 

HOMES OF THE MASSACHUSETTS ANCESTORS OF MAJOR 
GENERAL JOSEPH HOOKER— 

I. P. Gregg. 24 p., Boston, 1000. 

HUNTINGTON— 
See Murrayfield. 



81 

MASSACHUSETTS— Cmitiniied 

IPSWICH IN. THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY COLONY— 

Thomas Franklin Waters. 2 vols., Ipswich, Mass., 1905, Ipswich 
His. Soc, Pubs. 

KING PHILIPS WAR— 

Soldiers in King Philip's War, being a critical account of the war 
with a concise history of the Indian Wars of New England from 1620- 
1677. OflScial list of the soldiers of Massachusetts* Colony serving in 
King Philip^s War, etc., etc. By George M. Bodge, A. B. 602 p., 
Leominster, Mass., 1896. Printed for the Author. 

LUDLOW— 

The history of Ludlow, Mass., with biographical sketches of leading 
citizens, reminiscences, genealogies, farm histories, and an account of 
the centennial celebration, June 17, 1874. Compiled by Alfred Noon. 
692 p., Springfield, Mass., 1912. Springfield Printing & Binding Co. 

MIDDLEFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS— 
See Murrayfield, Mass. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY— 

The genealogies and estates of Charlestown, in the county of Mid- 
dlesex and Conmionwealth of Massachusetts, 1629-1818. 2 vols., Boston, 
1879. David Clapp & Son. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY— 

The history of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, from 
the grant of its territory to Charlestown in 1640 to 1860, with a me- 
morial sketch of the author. By Charles C. Sewall. Samuel Sewall. 
657 p., Boston, 1868. Wiggin & Lunt, Pub. 

MILLBUEY— 

Centennial history of the town of Millbury, Mass., including vital 
statistics, 1850-1899. Published under the direction of a committee 
appointed by the town. Edited by Eev. Eobert W. Dunbar. 814 p., 
Millbury, Mass., 1915. 

MONTGOMEEY— 
See Murrayfield. 

MUEEAYFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS— 

A history of the town of Murrayfiohl, earlier known as township 
No. 9, and comprising the present towns of Chester and Huntington, 
the northern part of Montgomery, and the soutlieast corner of Middle- 
field, 1760-1783. By Alfred M. Copeland. 175 p. Maps, 1892. Spring- 
field, Mass. Clark W. Bryan & Co., Pubs. 

NEWBUBY— 

Account of the settlement of Xewbury and Newburyport; in the 
biography of Thomas Parker. (In Xational Cyclopedia of American 
Biogi»aphy. Vol. XII, p. 249.) 

H G 



82 

MASSACHUSETTS— Continiied 

NEWBURYPOET— 

Account of the settlement of Xewbury and Newburyport, in the 
biography of Thomas Parker. (In National Cyclopedia of American 
•Biography. Vol. XII, p. 249.) 

NEWTON— 

Account of the founding of Newton, in the biography of John 
Jackson. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. XI, 
p. 323.) 

PAPERS RELATING TO PUBLIC EVENTS IN MASSACHU- 
SETTS PRECEDING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION— 

Printed for the seventy-six society, 1856. 198 p. From the col- 
lection in the possession of Dr. A. L. Elwyn of Philadelphia. 

PENOBSCOT EXPEDITION, 1779— 

Original Journal kept - during the Penobscot Expedition, 1779. 
(In Weymouth Historical Society Publications No. 1. Solomon 
Lovell.) « 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY— 

History of the town of Abington, Plymouth County, Massachu- 
setts. Benjamin Hobert. 453 p., Boston, 1866. T. H. Carter & Son. 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY— 

Plymouth Coimty marriages, 1692-1746. Literally transcribed 
from the records. L. H. Greenlaw. , Reprinted from volumes one and 
two of the Genealogical Advertiser, 1898-1899. Cambridge, Mass. 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS— 

Bradford's history of "Plymouth Plantation^' from the original 
manuscript with a report of the proceedings incident to the return of 
the manuscript to Massachusetts. William Bradford, 1899, Boston. 
Wright & Potter, 1899. 

PLYMOUTH— 

Records of the colony of New Plymouth in New England. N. B. 
Shurtleff, ed. Printed by order of the legislature of the common- 
wealth of Massachusetts. 2 vols, in one, 1855. 

PURITAN COMMONWEALTH— 

The Puritan Commonwealth, an historical review of the Puritan 
Commonwealth in Massachusetts in its civil and ecclesiastical relations 
from its rise to the abrogation of the first charter. Peter Oliver. 502 
p., Boston, 1856. Little, Brown & Co., Pubs. 

SALEM— 

The Salem press historical and genealogical record. Vol. I, N^o. 1. 
Salem Press Publishing & Printing Co., 1890. 



83 

MASSACHUSETTS— Continiied 

SHIHLEY— 

Vital records of Shirley, Mass. to the year 1850. Published by the 
New England Historic Genealogical Society. 211 p., Boston, Mass., 
1918. 

SMITH COLLEGE, NOETHAMPTOX, MASSACHUSETTS— 

History of Smith College in the biography of its presidents, 1871- 
1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. VII, 
p. 121.) 

SPBINGPIELD— 

Springfield, Mass. families, 1636-1844. Compiled from town and 
church records. Thomas B. Warren, Comp. 16 p., Springfield, Mass., 
1898. 

SUFFOLK, MASSACHUSETTS— 

Suflfolk surnames. 3d Edition. N. I. Bowditch. 757 p., London, 
1861. Triibner & Co. 

TAUNTON— 

The ministry of Taunton, with incidental notices of other profes- 
sions, with an introductory notice. By Hon. Francis Baylies. S. H. 
Emery. 2 vols., Boston, 1853. John P. Jewett & Co. 

TAUNTON— 

Beminiscences of Taunton, in ye auld lang syne. C. E. Atwood. 
266 p. Taunton, 1880. Eepublic Steam Printing Eoom. 

WALTHAM— 

Genealogies of the families and descendants of the early settlers 
of Waterijown, Mass., including Waltham and Weston. Henry Bond. 
2 vols, in one. Boston, 1860. N. E. Hist. Genealogical Soc, Pub. 

WESTFIBLD— 

The Westfield Jubilee, a report of the celebration at Westfield, 
Mass. on the two hundredth anniversary of the incorporation of the 
town, October 6, 1869, with the historical address of the Hon. William 
G. Bates, with historical documents of local interest. 226 p., West- 
field, 1870. Clark & Story, Pub., 1870. 

WESTON— 

Genealogies^ of the families and descendants of the early settlers of 
Watertown, Mass., including Waltham and Weston. Henry Bond. 
2 vols, in one. Boston, 1860. X. E. Hist. Genealogical Soc, Pub. 

WESTPOET— 

Vital Eecords of Westport, Mass. to the year 1850. 296 p., Boston. 
Pub. by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1918. 



84 

MASSACHUSETTS— Concluded 

WEYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS— 

Historical sketch of the town of Weymouth, Mass. from 1622 to 
1884. Gilbert Nash. (In Weymouth Historical Society Pub. No. 2.) 
346 p. Town of Weymouth, Pub. 

WEYMOUTH— 

Weymouth Historical Society Publications. 3 vols., 1881, 1885, 
1905. 

WEYMOUTH— 

Weymouth in its first twenty years — a paper read before the 
society, November 1, 1882. By Gilbert Nash. (In Weymouth Hist. 
Soc. Pub. No. 3. pp. 8M13.) 

WILLIAMS COLLEGE, WILLIAMSTON, MASSACHUSETTS— 

History of Williams College in the biographies of its founder and 
presidents, 1793-1901. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Vol. VI, pp. 236-240.) 

WINDSOE— 

Vital records of Windsor, Mass. to the year 1850. 153 p., Boston, 
1917. New England Historic and Genealogical Society, Pubs. 

WOBUEN— 

The history of Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts from the 
grant of its territory to Charleston in 1640 to 1860, with a memorial 
sketch of the author. By Eev. Charles C. Sewall. Samuel Sewall. 
657 p., Boston, 1868. Wiggin & Lunt. 

WOBUEN— 

Transcript of epitaphs in Woburn first and second burial grounds. 
William E. Cutter and Edward F. Johnson, Comps. Woburn, 1890. 
Bound with E. F. Johnson^s Woburn records of births, deaths and 
marriages from 1640 to 1870. 

MICHIGAN 

ALPENA COUNTY, MICHIGAN— 

Centennial history of Alpena County, Michigan, giving sketch of 
Michigan from its early settlement, fortunes, and misfortunes of first 
settlers. The Survey, settlement and growth of Alpena County, from 
1837 to 1876. By David D. Oliver. 186 p., Alpena, Mich., 1903. 
Argus Printing House. 

DETEOIT— 

The Detroit city directory and advertising gazetteer of Michigan 
for 1855-6. James Dale Johnston, Comp. 303 p. Printed for the 
compiler by E. F. Johnston & Co., 1855, Detroit. 



85 

MICHIGAN— Concluded 

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL BEGINNINGS OF MICHIGAlf— 

A study of the settlement of the Lower Peninsula during the terri- 
torial period, 1805-1837. G. N. Fuller, Michigan Historical Commis- 
sion. 630 p., Lansing, Mich., 1916 Publications University Series. 
Vol. I. 

LIST OF THE GOVERNOES, UNITED STATES SENATORS 
AND CHIEF JUSTICES OF THE STATE OF MICHI- 
GAN— 

1805-1906, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American 
Biography. Index vol., pp. 91-92.) 

MEMORIALS OF A HALF CENTURY IN MICHIGAN AND THE 
LAKE REGION— 

Bela Hubbard. 581 p. ^". Y. and London, 1888. G. P. Put- 
nam's Sons. 

MICHIGAN HISTORICAL COMMISSION— 

Michigan History Magazine, 1917-1918. Lansing, Mich. 

PAGEANT OF OLD DETROIT— 

By James Stanton Park. Detroit, 1915. Speaker — Hines Press. 

PAGEANT OF SAINT LUSSON— 

Sault Ste Marie, 1671. Justin Winsor. Cambridge, Mass. 34 p. 
J. Wilson & Son, 1892. 

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN— 

History of the University of Michigan in the biographies of its 
presidents, 1852-190G. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Vol. I, pp. 249-251. 

MINNESOTA 

DER DEUTSCH-AMERIKANISCHE FARMER. 

Joseph Och., 248 p., Columbus, 0., 1913. Ohio Waisenfreimd, 
Pub. 

FLORAL SOME- 

Or, first years of Minnesota, early sketches, later settlement and 
further develoments. Harriet E. Bishop. 342 p., N. Y., 1857. 
Sheldon, Blakeman & Co., Pubs. 

FORT SNELLING— 

Old Fort Snelling, 1819-1858. Marcus L. Hansen. 270 p., Iowa 
City, la., 1918. Iowa State Historical Society, Pubs. 

HISTORY OF MINNESOTA— 



Edward Duffield Neill, Philadelphia, 1858. 



86 

MINNESOTA— Condoded 

MINNESOTA— 

As it is in 1870, special descriptions of counties, towns, etc. J. W. 
McClnrg. 296 p., St. Paul, 1870. 

MINNESOTA HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Bulletin, 1915-1918, St. Paul, Minn. Hist. Soc, Pubs. 

PIONEEE MINISTER OF MINNESOTA— 

Experiences. Elder W. B. Hill. 185 p., Minneapolis, 1892. A. J. 
Folsom, Pub. (Seventh Day Adventist.) 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA— 

History of St. Paul, Minn. J. Fletcher Williams. (Collections 
Minn. Hist. Soc. Vol. 4, St. Paul, 1876.) 

STORY OF A REGIMENT— 

Second Minn. Vet. Vol. Inf. Judson W. Bishop. St. Paul, 1890. 

MISSISSIPPI 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI IN THE BIOG- 
RAPHIES OF ITS GOVERNORS, 1798-1906— 

(In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. XIII, pp. 
485-495. See also Index vol., p. 93. 

MISSOURI 

BAPTISTS IN MISSOURI— 

A history of the Baptists in Missouri. Introduction by W. Pope 
Yeaman, D. D. R. S. Duncan. 937 p., St. Louis, 1882. Scammell & 
Co., Pubs. 

BENCH AND BAR OF MISSOURI— 

History of, A. J. D. Stewart, Editor. 664 p., St. Louis, 1898. 

GAZETTEER OF ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI— 
Lewis C. Beck, Albany, 1823. 

HISTORY OF MISSOURI— 

From the earliest explorations and settlements until the admission 
of the state into the Union. Louis Houck. 3 vols., Chicago, 1908. 
R. R. Donnelley & Sons. 

HISTORY OF NORTHWEST MISSOURI— 

Walter Williams, Ed. 3 vols., Chicago, 1915. Lewis Pub. Co. 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MISSOURI IN THE BIOQEA- 
PHIES OF ITS GOVERNORS, 1812-1905— 

(In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. 12, pp. 
301-310. See also Index vol., p. 94.) 



87 

MISSOURI— Continued 

MISSOUErS STBUGGLE FOE STATEHOOD— 

1804-1821. F. C. Shoemaker. 383 p., Jefferson City, Mo., 1916. 
Stephens Printing Co. 

EOZIEE'S HISTOEY OF THE EABLY SETTLEMENT OF THE 
MISSISSIPPI VALLEY— 

Finnin A. Eozier. 337 p., St. Louis, 1890. (J. A. Pierrot & 
Son, Pub. 

ST. LOUIS CITY AND COUNTY— 

History of St. Louis, city and county. J. Thomas Scharf . 2 vols., 
Philadelphia, 1883. 

ST. LOUIS— 

A Civic Masque. By Percy Mackaye, Garden City, N. J. Double- 
day, Page & Co. 

ST. LOUIS— 

Encyclopedia of the history of St. Louis. Wm. Hyde and Howard 
L. Conard, eds. 4 vols., St. Louis, 1899. The Southern History County, 
Pubs. 

ST. LOUIS— 

Notable women of St. Louis, Mo. By Mrs. C. P. Johnson, St. 
Louis, 1914. Woodward. 

ST. LOUIS— 

Pageant and Masque. Thomas Wood Stevens. St. Louis, 1914. 

ST. LOUIS— 

Story of Old St. Louis. By Thomas Edwin Spencer. Prepared for 
those who expected to witness pageant celebrating the one hundredth 
and fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the city. St. Louis, 1914. 
Press of Con P. Curran Printing Co. 

SKETCH BOOK OF SAINT LOUIS— 

Containing a series of sketches of the early settlement. M. 0. 
Crooks & J. N. Taylor. 430 p., St. Louis, Mo., 1858. G. Knapp & 
Co., Pubs. 

SKETCHES OF EARLY LIFE AND TIMES IN KENTUCKY, 
MISSOURI AND ILLINOIS— 

By Elijah lies. 64 p., Springfield, 111., 1883. Springfield Print- 
ing Co. 

SOME EBPUBLICAN HISTOEY OF MISSOUEI, 1856-1898— 
Chauncey I. Filley. 288 p., St. Louis, 1898. 

STOEY OF A BOEDER CITY DUEING THE CIVIL WAE— 

By Galusha Anderson. 385 p., Boston, 1908. Little, Brown & Co., 
Pubs. 



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MISSOURI— Concluded 

SWITZER'S ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF MISSOURI, 1641- 
1881— 

C. R. Barns, Ed. and Pub. 

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI— 

History of the University of Missouri in the biographies of its 
founder and presidents, 1841-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of Amer- 
ican Biography. Vol. VIII, pp. 182-189.) 

MONTANA 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF MONTANA— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1864-1901. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. XI, pp. 78-83. See also 
Index vol., pp. 94-95.) 

NEBRASKA 

HISTORY OF NEBRASKA— 

From the earliest explorations of the Trans-Mississippi region, 
with maps. 2 vols. J. Sterling Morton. Lincoln, Neb., 1907. 

LIST OF THE GOVERNORS, U. S. SENATORS AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OF NEBRASKA— 

1858-1905, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can Biography. Index vol., p. 95.) 

OCH, JOSEPH— 

Der Deutsch Amerikanische Farmer. 248 p., Columbus, 0., 1913. 
Ohio Waisenfreund, Pub. 

PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF NEBRASKA— 

Territory and Journals of Wm. Walker, Provisional Governor of 
Nebraska Territory. (Special publication of the Nebraska State His- 
torical Society.) Proceedings and Collections Nebraska Historical So- 
ciety, 2d Series. Vol. 3, 1899. 

NEVADA 

GOLDEN STATE— 

By R. Guy McClellan. 685 p., Philadelphia, 1872. William Flint 
& Co., Pubs. 

LIST OF THE GOVERNORS, U. S. SENATORS AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OF THE STATE OF NEVADA— 
1861-1905, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can Biography. Index vol., pp. 95-96.) 

REMINISCENCES OF NEVADA— 

William M. Stewart. George Rothwell Brown. 358 p., N. Y. and 
Washington, 1908. Neale Pub. Co. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 

AJSTTEIM— 

History of the town of Antrim, New Hampshire, from its earliest 
settlement to June 27, 1877, with a brief genealogical record of all 
the Antrim families. By W. Cochrane. 791 p., Manchester, N. H., 
1880. 

CLAEEMONT— 

Claremont War history, April, 1861 to April, 1865, with sketches 
of Xew Hampshire regiments and a biographical notice of each Clare- 
mont soldier, etc. By 0. F. E. Waite. 300 p., Concord, IST. H., 1868. 
McFarland & Jenks. 

DUBLIN— 

Early Dublin, a list of the Eevolutionary soldiers of Dublin, N. H. 
By Samuel Carroll Derby. 34 p., Columbus, Ohio, 1901. 

GENEALOGICAL AND FAMILY HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF 
NEW HAMPSHIEE— 

A record of the achievements of her people in the making of a 
commonwealth and the founding of a nation. Compiled under the 
editorial supervision of Ezra S. Stearns, assisted by William F. 
Whitcher and Edward E. Parker. 4 vols. New York and Chicago, 
1908. The Lewis Pub. Co. 

HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Collections, 1915. . Proceedings, 1872-1912. 

HISTOEY OF THE TOWN OF KEENE FEOM 1732— 

When the township was granted by Massachusetts to 1874, when it 
became a city. By Simon Goodell Griffin, with events of interest in 
the history ot the city, from 1874 to 1904. By Frank H. Whitcomb and 
an introductory sketch of the author. By 0. Applegate, Jr. 792 p., 
Keene, N. H., 1904. Sentinel Printing Co., Pubs. 

HUDSON— 

History of Hudson, N. H. Edited by George Waldo Browne. 
Kimball Webster. 648 p., Manchester, N. H., 1913. Granite State 
Pub. Co. 

KEENE— 

A history of the town of Keono from 1732, when the township was 
granted by Massachusetts to 1874, when it became a city. By S. G. 
GrifiBn, M. A., with events of interest in the history of the city from 
1874 to 1904. By Frank H. \\Tiitcomb. And an introductory sketch 
of the author. By 0. Applegate, Jr. 792 p., Keene, N. H., 1904. 
Sentinel Printing Co. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE— Condoded 

KEENE— 

Vital statistics and records of the town of Keene, N. H. Com---' 
piled from the to\\Ti records, first church and family records, the orig- 
inal Fisher record and the newspapers. By Frank H. Whitcomb, Citf 
Clerk. Authorized by vote of the city councils, June J, 1905. Keene, 
N. H., 1905. Sentinel Printing Co. 

LOXDOXDEEEY— 

Vital records of Londonderry, N. H., a full and accurate tran- 
script of the births, marriage intentions, marriages and deaths in this 
town from the earliest date to 1910. Edited by George Waldo Browne, 
Manchester, N. H., 1914. D. G. Annis, Comp. 328 p. Granite State 
Pub. Co. 

NEW HAMPSHIBE AS IT IS— 

Gazetteer, biographical sketches of distinguished men. Edwin A. 
Charlton. 592 p., Claremont, N. H. Tracy and Sanford, 1855. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE HISTOEICAL SOCIETY COLLEC- 
TIONS— 

Vol. 1-5, 1872-1912, Concord, N. H. 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIBE— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1793-1903. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. XI, pp. 121-142. See aUo 
Index vol., pp. 96-97.) 

PHILLIPS EXETEE ACADEMY, EXETEB, NEW HAMP- 
SHIBE— 

History of Phillips Exeter Academy in the biographies of its prin- 
cipals, 1783-1900. (In National Cyclopedia of Ajnerican Biography. 
Vol. X, pp. 103-108.) 

PIONEEES OF THE MAGALLOWAY FEOM 1820-1904— 

By Granville P. Wilson. 64 p. Old Orchard, Maine, 1918. ' 

BOCKINHAM COUNTY— 

History of Eockingham County, N. H. and representative citizens. 
C. A. Hazlett. 1306 p., Chicago, 1915. Eichmond-Arnold Pub. Co. 

WAE OF THE EEVOLUTION— 

Early Dublin — a list of the Eevolutionary soldiers of Dublin, N. H. 
By Samuel Carroll Derby. 34 p., Columbus, Ohio, 1901. 

NEW JERSEY 

BUELINGTON COUNTY— 

See Stewards genealogical and Historical Miscellany, Nos. 1-2, 1918. 

BUELINGTON, N. J.— 

History of the church in Burlington, N. J. G. M. Hills. 739 p., 
Trenton, N. J., 1876. W. S. Sharp. 



91 

NEW JERSEY— Continued 

^^APE MAY COUNTY— 

See Stewart's genealogical and historical miscellany, Nos. 1-2, 1918. 

CHAMBEES, THEODOEE FEELINGHUYSEN— 

The early Germans of New Jersey, their history, churches and 
genealogies. Dover, N. J. Dover Printing Co. Q^"^ p., 1896. 

CHATHAM, MOBBIS COUNTY, NEW JEBSEY— 

Brief history of Chatham, Morris County, N. J. By C. A. Phil- 
hower. 62 p.. New York. Lewis Historical Pub. Co., 1914. 

CIVIL AND POLITICAL HISTOEY OF NEW JEESEY— 

Isaac S. Mulford. 600 p., Philadelphia. C. A. Brown & Co., 1861. 

COLONIAL HISTOEY— 

Documents relating to the colonial history of the State of New 
Jersey. Calendar of records in the office of the Secretary of State, 
1664-1703. 770 p. (oNew Jersey Historical Society Archives, 1st 
Series, Vol. 21.) 

COLONIAL HISTOEY OF NEW JEESEY— 

Documents relating to the colonial history of New Jersey. Cal- 
endar of Wills, 1670-1730. (New Jersey Historical Society Archives, 
Ist Series. Vol. 23.) 

COLONIAL HISTOEY— 

Documents relating to the colonial history of New Jersey. Extracts 
from American newspapers relating to New Jersey. Vols. 6-7. New 
Jersey Historical Society Archives, 1st Series. Vols. 24-27. 

COLONIAL HISTOEY— 

Documents relating to the colonial history of the State of New 
Jersey. Journal of the governor and council. New Jersey Historical 
Society Archives, 1st Series. Vols. 13-14; Vol. 1, 1682-1714; Vol. 2, 
1716-1738. New Jersey Historical Society Pub., Trenton, N. J. 

ELIZABETH— 

History of Elizabeth, N. J., including the early history of Union 
County. E. P. Hatfield. 701 p., New York, 1868. Carlton & Lanahan. 

GLOUCESTEE COUNTY— 

See Stewart^s Historical Miscellany, Nos. 1-2, 1918. 

GOULDTOWN, NEW JEESEY— 

A very remarkable settlement of ancient date; studies of some 
sturdy examples of the simple life, together with sketches of early 
colonial history of Cumberland County and Southern New Jersey and 
some early genealogical records. By William Steward and Eev. Theo- 
pMlus G. Stewart. 237 p., Philadelphia. Press of J. B. Lippincott 
& Co., 1913. 



92 

NEW JERSEY— Continued 

HACKENSACK— 

Historical discourse delivered on the occasion of the re-openinj^ 
and dedication of the First Reformed (Dutch) Church at Hackensacfc:^ 
N. J., May 2, 1869. T. B. Romeyn. 131 p., New York, 1870. 'Seyfs^ 
York Board of Publication. 

HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF THE PROV- 
INCE— 

And country of Pennsylvania and of West New Jersey in America. 
By Gabriel Thomas. 55 pp., London, 1698. A. Baldwin. 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW 
JERSEY— 

With geographical descriptions of every township in the state. 
J. W. Barber and Henry Howe. 519 p., Newark, N. J., 1884. Ben- 
jamin Olds. 

HUDSON COUNTY— 

History of the county of Hudson, N. J. Charles H. Winfield. 
568 p.. New York, 1874. Kennard & Hay, Pubs. 

LIST OF THE GOVERNORS, U. S. SENATORS AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OF NEW JERSEY— 

1702-1905, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can Biography. Index vol., pp. 98-99.) 

MONMOUTH COUNTY— 

The Shark River District, Monmouth County, New Jersey and 
genealogies of Chambers, Corlies, Drummond, Morris, Potter, Shafto, 
Webley and WTiite. By George Castor Martin. 100 p., Asbury Park, 
1914, New Jersey. Martin & Allardyce Co., Pub. 

MORRIS. COUNTY— 

Church members, marriages and baptisms, at Hanover, Morris 
County, New Jersey, during the pastorate of Rev. Jacob Green and to 
the settlement of Rev. Amos Condit, 1746-1796. W. 0. Wheeler and 
E. D. Halsey. 32 p., Morristown, N. J. The Jerseyman OfSce, 1893. 

NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY— 

A record of Christ Church, New Brunswick diocese of New Jersey. 
Alfred Stubbs. 76 p.. New Brunswick, N. J. Terhune & Van Anglen. 
76 p., 1865. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, TRENTON, N. J.— 

History of the Presbyterian Church in Trenton, N. J^ 453 p., 
New York, 1859. Anson D. F. Randolph. 

RECORDS OF OFFICERS AND MEN OF NEW JERSEY IN 
WARS, 1791-1815— 
Adjutant General, Comp. By authority of the legislature, 1898- 
1903. Trenton, N. J., 1909. 






93 

NEW JERSEY— Concluded 

HTTTGERS COLLEGE, NEW BEUNSWICK, NEW JEESEY— 

History of Eutgers College in the biographies of its presidents, 
^'^85-1905. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. 
"Gl, pp. 399-404.) 

STEWAET, PEANK H.— 

Stewart's genealogical and historical miscellany Nos. 1-2, Wood- 
bury, N. J., 1918. Eeferences to, Burlington County, New Jersey, Cape 
May County, New Jersey, Gloucester County, New Jersey, Woodbury, 
N. J. 

SUSSEX COUNTY— 

Centennial history of Sussex County, New Jersey, n.p. n.d. Clip- 
pings from Sussex record incomj^lete. 

SUSSEX COUNTY— 

A historical review of the work and services of the Auxiliary Bible 
Society of the county of Sussex, New Jersey. W. H. Belden. (Clip- 
ping from Sussex Eecord.) 

UNION COUNTY, NEW JEESEY— 

History of Elizabeth, N. J., including the early history of Union 
County, New Jersey. Edwin F. Hatfield. 701 p.. New York, 1868. 
Carlton & Lanahan, Pub. 

WILLS— 

Index of wills, inventories, etc., in the office of the Secretary of 
State prior to 1901. n.p., 1912-13. 3 vols. Trenton, N. J. 

WOODBUEY COUNTY— 

See Stewart's Miscellany, Nos. 1 and 2. 

NEW YORK 

ABSTEACT OP WILLS— 

On file in the Surrogate's office, city of New York, 1665-1801. 
(In Vols. 26-41, collections of New York State Historical Society.) 

ALLEGANY COUNTY— 

See Phelps & Gorham Purchase. By 0. Turner, Eochester, 1851. 

BUFFALO HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Papers, 1869-1890, 1896, 1903, 1905-1917. 

COLONIAL HISTOEY— 

Documents relating to the colonial history of New York, procured 
in HoEand, England and France. By John Eomeyn Brodhead, agent 
under and by virtue of an act of the legislature. E. B. O^Callaghan, 
ed. 11 vols. Index, Albany, N. Y., 1853-1858. Weed, Parsons & 
Co., Pubs. 



94 

NEW YORK— Continued 

COLONIAL MILITIA— 

Muster rolls of New York Provincial troops, 1765-1764. In col- 
lections, 1891.. Fund Publication. Vol. 24. N. Y. State Historical 
Society. 

COOPERSTOWN— 

A guide in the wilderness, or the history of the first settlement in 
the western counties of New York, with useful instructions to future 
settlers. In a series of letters addressed by Judge Cooper of Coopers- 
town to William Sampson of New York. 41 p., Dublin, 1810. Gilbert 
& Hodge. 

Three hundred copies printed, 1897, with an introduction by James 
Pennimore Cooper for George P. Humphrey, Rochester, N. Y., Copy 
No. 20. 

CORTLAND COUNTY, NEW YORK— 

Pioneer history, or Cortland County and the border Wars of New 
York. H. C. Goodwin. 456 p.. New York, 1859. A. B. Burdick, Pub. 

CROWN POINT— 

See Essex County. 

DEEDS— 

Original book of New York deeds January 1, 1672 to October 19, 
1675. 179 p. (In its collections, 1913, Fund Publication. Vol. 46. 
New York State Hist. Soc.) 

DELAWARE COUNTY— 

History of Delaware County, and border wars of New York, con- 
taining a sketch of the early settlements in the county and a history 
of the late anti-rent difficulties in Delaware. By Jay Gould. 426 p., 
Roxbury, 1856. Kenny & Gould, Pubs. 

DENTON, DANIEL— 

A brief description of New York, formerly called New Netherlands, 
with a bibliographical introduction. By Felix Newman. 63 p., Cleve- 
land, 1902. Burrows Bros. 

ECCLESIASTICAL RECORDS— 

State of New York. 6 vols. Hugh Hastings, Albany. The State, 
1901. 

EMPIRE STATE— 

The Empire State; a compendious history of the commonwealth 
of New York. 618 p.. New York, 1887. Fimk & Wagnalls. 

ERIE COUNTY— 

Centennial history of Erie County, N. Y., being its annals from 
the earliest recorded events to the hundredth year of American inde- 
pendence. Crisfield Johnson. 512 p., Buffalo, N. Y., 1876. Matthews 
& Warren. 



95 

NEW YORK— Continued 

USSEX COUNTY— 

The military and civil history of the county of Essex, 'New York 
and a general survey of its physical geography, its mines and minerals 
and industrial pursuits, embracing an account of the northern wilder- 
ness, and also the military annals of the fortresses of Crown Point 
and Ticonderago. W. C. Watson. 604 p., Albany, N. Y., 1869. J. 
Munsell, Pub. 

FAMOUS FAMILIES OF NEW YORK— 

Historical and biographical sketches of families which have been 
identified, with the development of the Nation. Margherita Arlina 
Hanmi. 2 vols. N. Y., London, 1901. G. P. Putnam's Sons, Pub. 

FLATLANDS— (CEMETERIES)— 

Kings County Genealogical Club collections. W. H. Stillwell, ed. 
New York, 1882. E. W. Nash. 

FOET JOHNSON— 

The story of Old Fort Johnson. W. Max Eeid. 240 p., N. Y. 
Putnam's, 1906. 

FRANKLIN COUNTY— 

A history of St. Lawrence and Franklin Counties, New York, from 
the earliest period to the present time. By Franklin B. Hough. Albany, 
1853. Little & Co., Pub. 

FRONTIERSMEN OF NEW YORK— 

Showing customs of the Indians, vicissitudes of the pioneer white 
settlers and border strife in two wars. Jeptha R. Simms. 2 vols., 
Albany, N. Y., 1882. Geo. C. Riggs. 

GAZETTEER OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK— 

Embracing a comprehensive view of geography, geology, and a gen- 
eral history of the state, and a complete history and description of every 
county, city, town and village, etc. J. H. French. 739 p., Syracuse, 
N. Y., 1860. Pearsall Smith. 

GAZETTEER OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK— 

Its colonial history, a description of several counties and villages. 
T. F. Gordon. 801 p., Philadelphia, 1836. 

GENEALOGICAL NOTES OF NEW YORK AND NEW ENGLAND 
FAMILIES— 

S. V. Talcott, Comp. 747 p., Albany, N. Y., 1883. Weed, Par- 
sons & Company, Pub. 

GENESEE COUNTY— 

See Phelps & Gorham Purchase. By 0. Turner, Rochester, 1851. 



9G 

NEW YORK— Continued 

HARLEM (NEW YOEK CITY)— 

Be vised history of Harlem (City of New York), its origin and 
early annals, prefaced by home scenes in the fatherlands, or notices of 
its founders before emigration. Also, sketches of nmneroufl famiKes 
and the recovered history of land titles. By James Riker, New York, 
1904. 908 p. New Harlem Pub. Co. 

HEEKIMEE COUNTY, NEW YORK— 

A history of Herkimer County, including the upper Mohawk 
Valley, from the earliest period to the present time, with a brief notice 
of the Iroquois Indians, the early German tribes, the Palatine immigra- 
tions; also biographical notices of the most prominent public men of 
the county with important statistical information. By Nathaniel S. 
Benton. 497 p., Albany. J. Munsell, 1866. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK— 

List of presidents, 1804-1906, with biographies. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Index vol., p. 135.) 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1777-1882. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. Ill, pp. 41-65. See aJsa Index 
vol., pp. 99-101.) 

HOLLAND PURCHASE— 

Pioneer history of the Holland purchase of Western New York. 
0. Turner. 670 p., Buffalo, N. Y., 1849. Jewett, Thomas aud Com- 
pany, Pub. 

HOLLAND SOCIETY OF NEW YORK— 

Year Book, 1905. 

HUGUENOTS IN NEW YORK— 

History of New Paltz and its old families (from 1678 to 1820), 
including the Huguenot pioneers and others who settled in New Paltz 
previous to the Revolution. Ralph Le Ferre. 393 p., Albany, N. Y., 
1903. Brandow Printing Co. 

LAW INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK— 

List of the presidents, 1828-1906, with biographies. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography. Index vol., p. 135.) 

LEGACY OF HISTORICAL GLEANINGS— 

Mrs. Catharine V. Bonney, Comp. 2 vols., Albany, N. Y., 1875. 
J. Munsell, Pub. 

LEWIS COUNTY, NEW YORK— 

A history of Lewis County, New York. Franklin B. Hough. 319 
p.,^ Albany, N. Y., 1860. Munsell & Rowland, Pub. 



97 

NEW YORK— Continued 

LIYINGSTON COUNTY— 

See Phelps & Gorham Purchase. By 0. Turner, Eoehester, 1851. • 

LONG ISLAND— 

Documents relating to the history of the early colonial settlements 
principally on Long Island. B. Fernon, Comp. 800 p., Vol. 14; old 
series, Yol. 3, new series. Documents relating to the colonial history of 
the state of New York, Albany, 1883. Weed, Parsons & Co., Pubs. 

LONG ISLA'ND— 

Historical and descriptive sketches of Suffolk County, with a his- 
torical outline of Long Island, from its first settlement by Europeans. 
By Eichard Mather Bayles. 424 p.. Port Jefferson, L. I. The author^; 
1874. 

LONG ISLAND HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Catalogues, 1863-1893. Brooklyn, 1893. Eeports, 1863-1898. 30 
p., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1898!. 

LONG ISLAND— 

The Eefugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut. By 
Frederic Gregory Mather. 1204 p., Albany, N. Y., 1913. J. B. Lyon 
Co., Pubs. 

LONG ISLAND— 

Sea Spray, a Long Island village. Martha Wickham. 460 p., N. 
Y. Derby & Jackson, 1857. 

MADISON UNIVEESITY, HAMILTON, NEW YOEK— 

The first half century of Madison University, 1819-1869, or jubilee 
volume containing sketches of eleven hundred alumni, with portraits 
of founders, presidents. Madison University Alumni. 503 p.. New 
York, 1872. Pub. Sheldon & Co. 

MANHATTAN ISLAND— 

Account of the purchase and settlement of Manhattan Island. 
(In the biography of Gov. Peter Minuit.) (In National Cyclopedia 
of American Biography. Vol. XII, p. 208.) 

MANHATTAN- 
HOW the Dutch came to Manhattan. Penned and pictured by 
Blanche McManus. 82 p.. New York, 1897. E. E. Herrick & Co. 

MAYPLOWEE DESCENDANTS— 

New York Society of Mayflower Descendants, Bulletin No. 1, 
1904. 

MEMOBIAL HISTOEY OF THE CITY OF NEW YOEK— 

Prom its first settlement to the year 1892. James Wilson Grant, 
ed. 4 vols. New York, 1892-93. 
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98 

NEW YORK— Continued 

MOHAWK VALLEY— 

See Herkimer County, New York. 

MONROE COUNTY— 

See Phelps and Gorham Purchase. By 0. Turner, Rochester, 1851. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY— 

Annals of Tryon County, or the border warfare of New York, dur- 
ing the Revolution. W. A. Campbell. 191 p.. New York, 1831. J. & 
J. Harper. 

NEW AMSTERDAM— 

New Orange, New York, with chronological data. Charles W. 
Darling. 43 p. Privately printed, Utica, N. Y., 1889. 

NEWBURY— 

Account of the settlement of Newbury, in the biography of Joshua 
Kockerthal. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. 
XII, p. 604.) 

NEW ORANGE, NEW YORK— 

New Amsterdam, New Orange, New York, with chronological data. 
C. W. Darling. 43 p., Utica, N. Y. Privately printed. 

NEW YORK CITY— 

List of the presidents of the New York Chamber of Commerce, 1768- 
1906, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Index vol., p. 152.) 

ONEIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY AT UTICA, NEW YORK— 

Transcactions Nos. 8-9, 1898, 1903. Year Book No. 12, 1912. 

ONTARIO COUNTY— 

See Phelps and Gorham Purchase. By 0. Turner, Rochester, 1851. 

ORDERLY BOOK, DURING THE ORISKANY CAMPAIGN, 1776- 

1777— 

Annotated by William Stone, with an introduction illustrating the 
life of Sir William Johnson. By J. Watts De Peyster, and some tra- 
cings of the Tories or Loyalists in America, contributed by Theodore 
Bailey Myers. 273 p., Albany. Joel MunselFs Sons. 

ORLEANS COUNTY— 

History of Phelps and Gorham's purchase, and Morris reserve, 
embracing the counties of Monroe, Ontario, Livingston, Yates, Steuben, 
Wayne, Allegany, Orleans, Geneseo and Wyoming. 0. Turner. 624 p., 
Rochester, 1851. William Ailing. 

OYSTER BAY— 

A documentary history of the Dutch Congregation of Oyster Bay, 
Island of Nassau, now Long Island. H. A. Stouterburgh. 40 p.. New 
York, 1902. 



uu 



NEW YORK— Continued 

PIONEER HISTORY OF THE HOLLAND PURCHASE OP 
WESTERN NEW YORK— 
0. Turner. 670 p., Buffalo, N. Y., 1849. Jewett, Thomas & Co., 
Pubs. 

POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK— 

History of, from the ratification of the Federal Constitution to 
December, 1840. Jabez Delano Hammond. 2 vols., Albany, 1842. C. 
Van Bentiiuysen. 

QUEENSBURY— 

A history of the town of Queensbury, N. Y., with biographical 
sketches and some account of the aborigines of Northern New York. 
A. W. Holden. 619 p., Albany, N. Y., 1874. Joel Munsell, Pub. 

ROCHESTER— 

History of the University of Rochester in the biographies of its 
presidents, 1851-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Vol. XII, pp. 243-245.) 

ST. JOHN^ COLLEGE, FORDHAM, NEW YORK— 

History of St. John's College in the biographies of its presidents, 
1841-1899. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. Vol. 
II, pp. 265-269.) 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY— 

A history of St. Lawrence and Franklin Counties, New York, from 
the earliest period to the present time. By Franklin B. Hough. 719 pp., 
Albany, 1863. Little & Co., Pubs. 

ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY, 1749— 

History of St. Lawrence County, New York, with illustrations and 
biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. Pub- 
lished by L. H. Everts & Co., 1878, Philadelphia, 1878. Press of J. B. 
Lippincott & Co., Pubs. 

ST. LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY, CANTON, NEW YORK— 

History of St. Lawrence University in the biographies of its presi- 
dents, 1859-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. 
Vol. X, pp. 199-203.) 

SALEM, NEW YORK— 

The Salem Book, record of the past and glimpses of the present, 
prepared for publication by a group of Salem^s sons and daughters*' 
Salem, N. Y. Historical Committee. 250 p., Salem, N. Y., 1896. 
Salem Review Press. 

SOUTHOLD— 

See History of the Colony of New Haven, Conn. By Edward R. 
I/ambert. 



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100 

NEW YORK— Continaed 

SPAFFORD, OXONDAGO COUNTY— 

By Captain George Kuapp Collins. Published by Onondago Hist. 
Assoc, 1917. p. 112. Depler Press, 1917. 

SPAFFORD, OXOXDAGO COUNTY, XEW YORK— 

Mortuary records with genealogical notes of the town of Spafford, 
Onondago County, Xew York. By Captain George Knapp Collins, 
p. 230. Depler Press, 1917. 

STEUBEN COUNTY— 

See History of Phelps & Gorham^s purchase. By 0. Turner, 
Rochester, N. Y., 1851. 

STORY OF THE EMPIRE STATE— 

By Elliott Anthony. 263 p., Chicago, 1891. Chicago Legal News 
Co., Pub. 

SUFFOLK COUNTY— 

Historical and descriptive sketches of Suffolk County, with a his- 
torical outline of Long Island, from its first settlement by Europeans. 
Richard Mather Bayles. Port Jefferson, L. I., 1874. The Author. 

TICONDERAGO— 
See Essex County. 

ULSTER COUNTY, NEW YORK— 

See History of Xew Paltz, X. Y. and its old families. By Ralph 
Le Ferre. 

ULSTER COUXTY— 

Probate records in the office of the surrogate, and in the county 
clerk^s office at Kingston, X. Y. abstract and translation of the Dutch 
and English wills. Gustave Anjou. 2 vols., Xew York, 1906. 

VASSAR COLLEGE— 

Poughkeepsie, X. Y. History of Vassar College in the biographies 
of its founders and presidents, 1862-1906. (In Xational Cyclopedia of 
American Biography. Vol. V, pp. 233-236.) 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTIOX— 

Xew York Historical Society. Muster and payrolls of the War 
of the Revolution, 1775-1783. In Xew York Historical Society's Col- 
lections, 1914-15. Publication Fund. Vols. 47-48. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTIOX— 

Xew York Revolutionary Papers. (In Its Collections, 1878-1880. 
Fund publication. Vols. 11-13.) 



101 

NEW YORK— Clonduded 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

New York in the Revolution. Berthold Femow, Editor. Pre- 
pared under the direction of the Board of Regents. State Archives. 
Vol. 16. Documents relating to the colonial history of the state o£ 
New York. Albany, N. Y., 1887. Weed, Parsons & Company. 

WARSAW— 

History of the town of Warsaw, New York, with family sketches 
and biographical notes. Andrew W. Young. 400 pp., Buffalo, N. Y., 
1869. Sage Sons & Co., Pubs. 

WAYNE COUNTY, NEW YORK— 

See Phelps and Gorham^s Purchase. By 0. Turner, Rochester, 1851. 

WESTERN COUNTIES OF NEW YORK— 

A guide in the wilderness; or, the history of the first settlement in 
the Western Counties of New York, with useful instructions to future 
settlers. William Cooper. In a series of letters addressed by Judge 
Cooper of Cooperstown to William Sampson, of New York, 1897. 
Bodiester, N. Y. Copy No. 20. Dublin, Gilbert & Hodges. 

WEST FARMS— 

Early settlers of West Farms, AVestchester County, New York. 
Copied from the manuscript record of the late Rev. Theodore A. Leg- 
gett, with addition by A. Hatfield, Jr. 117 p.. New York, 1913. A. 
Hatfield, Jr. 

WYOMING COUNTY— 

See History of Phelps and Gorham^s Purchase. By 0. Turner, 
Rochester, N. Y., 1851. William Ailing. 

YATES COUNTY— 

See History of Phelps and Gorham^s Purchase. By 0. Turner, 
Eochester, N. Y., 1851. 624 p. WiUiam Ailing. 

NORTH CAROUNA 

ALAMANCE COUNTY— 

The history of Alamance, a work for the degree of M. A. at the 
University of North Carolina. By Miss S. W. Stockard. 166 p., 
Ealeigh, N. C, 1900. Capitol Printing Co. 

BAGLEY WOETH— 

Worth Bagley, Ensign U. S. N., the first fallen hero. Biograph- 
ical sketch. By Josephus Daniels. 88 p., Norfolk, Ya., 1898. 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION— 

Chowan Baptist Association. History of the North Carolina 
Chowan Baptist Association, 1806-1882. lil p., Ealeigh, N. C, 1882. 
Edwards, Broughton & Co., Pubs. 



102 

NORTH CAROUNA— Continued 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION— 

The history of the South Fork Baptist Association or the Baptists 
for one hundred years in Lincoln, Catawba and Gaston Counties^ North 
Carolina. By Major W. A. Graham. 200 p., Lincolnton, N. C, 1901. 
The Journal Printing Co. 

BAPTIST ASSOCIATION, BEOAD RIVEE AND KING'S MOUN- 
TAIN— 

Sketches historical and biographical of the Broad Eiver and King's 
Mountain Baptist Association from 1800 to 1882. By Deacon John E. 
Logan, together with an introductory sketch of the author. By E. L. 
Bybum, Esq. 605 p., Shelby, N. C, 1887. Babington & Eoberts Co., 
Pub. 

BAPTIST CHUECH— 

Grassy Creek Baptist Church. A history of Grassy Creek Baptist 
Church from its foundation to 1880, with biographical sketches of its 
pastors and ministers. By Eobert I. Devin. 150 p., Baleigh^ N. C, 
1880. Edwards, Broughton & Co., Printers. 

BAPTIST CHUECH, NOETH CAEOLINA— 

Proceedings of the sixteenth anniversary of the Baptist State Con- 
vention of North Carolina, held with the church at Baleigh, October 
15-20, 1846. 41 p., Baleigh, 1847. Printed at the Eecorder Office. 

BAPTISTS IN NOETH CAEOLINA— 



A historv of the Baptists in North Carolina. By Bev. Chas. B. 
Williams, A.B., D.D. 214 p., Ealeigh, N. C, 1901. Press of Edwards 
& Broughton. 

BEANSON^S NOETH CAEOLINA BUSINESS DIEECTOEY FOB 

1867-8— 

Containing facts, figures, names and location. 168 p., Ealeigh, 
1867. Branson & Jones, Pubs. 

CHAELOTTE— 

Charlotte Directory, 1875-6; sketch of Charlotte. 146 p., Char- 
lotte, N. C. Beasley & Emerson, Pub., 1875-76. 

CHEONOLOGY OF NOETH CAEOLINA— 



Showing when the most remarkable events connected vrith her 
history took place, from the year 1584 to the present time, with explan- 
atory notes. By D. K. Bennett. 143 p.. New York, 1858. James M. 
Edney, Pub. 



103 

NORTH CAROUNA— Continaed 

COLONIAL AND STATE RECORDS OF NORTH CAROLINA, 
1886-1909— 

3 vols., Nos. 1-10. Colonial records, 1662-1776. Edited by William 
L. Saunders. Vols. 11-31, State Records, 1777-1790. Edited by 
Walter Clark. Vols. 23-26, Laws, 1715-1790. Edited by Walter Clark. 
Vols. 27-30, Index publidied under the supervision of the public 
libraries, by order of the General Assembly. 

D. A. R.— 

The North Carolina Booklet. Published by the Daughters of the 
American Revolution, Raleigh, N. C, 1910-1918. 

DURHAM— 

Ramsey^s Durham Directory for the year 1892, white and colored 
population given separate. 238 p., Durham, N. C, 1892. N. A. Ram- 
sey, Pub. 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 

Journal of the Senate of the General Assembly of the state of 
North Carolina at its first session, 1862. 288 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1862. 
W. W. Holden, Printer to the State. 

GREENSBORO— 

Directory, 1879-1880. Chas. Emerson & Co., Raleigh, N. C, 1879. 
Edwards, Broughton & Co., Pub. 

GUILFORD COUNTY— 

Greensboro, 1818-1904, facts, figures, traditions and reminiscences. 
J. W. Albright, Comp. 134 p., Greensboro, N. C, 1904. J. J. Stone 
& Co., Pub. 

HALIFAX COUNTY, N. C— 

History of Halifax County, North Carolina. W. C. Allen, Boston. 
The Comhill Co., 1918. 235 p. 

HARNETT, CORNELIUS— 

Cornelius Harnett, an essay in North Carolina history. By R. 
D. W. Connor. 209 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1909. Edwards & Broughton 
Printing Co. 

HAYWOOD COUNTY— 

Centennial of Havwood County and its county seat, Waynesville, 
N. C, 1808-1908. By W. C. Allen. 184 p., Waynesville, N. C. Courier 
Printing Co., 1908. 

HILLSBORO, COLOXTAL AND REVOLUTIONARY— 

By Francis Xash. 100 p., Raleigh, X. C, 1903. Edwards 
Broughton, Printers. 



104 

NORTH CAROUNA— Continued 

HISTOEICAL AND GENEALOGICAL REGISTEE OF NORTH 
CAROLINA— 

J. R. B. Hathaway, Ed. Quarterly, Vol. I, Nos. 1-4, 1900; Vol. 
2, Nos. 1-4, 1901 ; Vol 3, Nos. 1-3, 1903. Pub. Edenton, N. C. 

HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

By Samuel A. Court Ashe. Vol. I only, Greensboro, N. C, 1908. 
C. L. Van Noppen, Pub. 

HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

With maps, etc. By Francis L. Hawks, D.D., L.L.D. Vol. I. 
Embracing the period between the first voyage to the colony in 1684 
and the last in 1591. 254 p. 80, Fayetteville, N. C. Pub. by E. J. 
Hale & Son. 

HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

Hugh Williamson. 2 vols., Philadelphia, 1812. Thomas Dobson. 

LEGISLATIVE MANUAL AND POLITICAL REGISTER OF 
NORTH CAROLINA FOR THE YEAR 1878— 

Compiled by John H. Wheeler. 381 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1874=. 
Josiah Turner, Jr., State Printer. 

LINCOLN COUNTY— 

See Sketches of North Carolina. By C. L. Hunter. 

LIST OF THE GOVERNORS, U. S. SENATORS, CHIEF JUS- 
TICES OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

1789-1905. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography. In- 
dex vol., pp. 101-102.) 

MECKLENBURG COUNTY— 

See Sketches of North Carolina. By C. L. Hunter. 

MOORE COUNTY— 

Business Directory, 1898. Compiled and published by Levi Bran- 
son. 125 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1898. 

PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE CONVENTION OF 
NORTH CAROLINA— - 

Called to amend the Constitution of the State, which assembled 
at Raleigh, June 4, 1835, to which are subjoined the convention act 
and the amendments to the constitution, together with the votes of the 
people. 424 p., Raleigh, 1836. Printed by Joseph Gales & Son. 

RALEIGH— 

Directory of Raleigh, N. C, 1887. 197 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1887. 
Edwards, Broughton & Co. 



105 

NORTH CAROUNA— Continued 

RALEIGH— 

Historical Ealeigh from its foundation in 1792, with sketches of 
Wake County and its important towns. By M. N. Amis. 289 p., Raleigh, 
N. C, 1913. Commercial Printing Co. 

BANDOLPH COUNTY— 

North Carolina Directory, 1894. Compiled and published by Levi 
Branson. 107 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1894. 

BANDOLPH COUNTY— 

Reminiscences of Randolph County. By J. A. Blair, Asheboro, N. 
C. 57 p., Greensboro, N. C, 1890. Reece & Elam, Book and Job 
Printers. 

BELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENT IN THE PROVINCE OF NORTH 
CAROLINA— 

By Stephen Beauregard Weeks, Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University 
Studies. 68 p. Tenth Series Vol. VI. Baltimore, 1892. The Johns 
fopkins Press. 

EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

In three lectures. By Rev. Francis L. Hawks, D.D., L.L.D. Hon. 
^.vid L. Swain, L.L.D. and Hon. Wm. A. Graham, L.L.D., to which is 
^efixed a preliminary sketch of the Battle of the Alamance. Compiled 
r WilUam D. Cooke, A.M. 23G p., Raleigh, N. C, 1853. William D. 
ooke, N. Y., 1853. G. P. Putnam & Co. 

^OWAN COUNTY— 

A history of Rowan County, North Carolina, containing sketches 
>^ prominent families and distinguished men, with an appendix. Jethro 
BrTimple. Salisbury, N. C. Elizabeth Maxwell Steele. Chapter D. A. R. 
^18 p., 1916. 

BOWAN COUNTY— 

Rowan County, North Carolina records, early settlers. E. H. Bean. 
11 p., Washington, D. C, 1914. 

EOWAN COUNTY— 

Bee Sketches of North Carolina. By C. L. Hunter. 

SALEM, NORTH CAROLINA-^ 

Directory, 1879-80. Sketch of Salem. Chas. Emerson & Co., Ral- 
?igh, N. C, 1879. Edwards, Broughton & Co., Pubs. 

=;HAFFER'S NEAV township map OF NORTH CAROLINA, 
1886— 
Published, Raleigh, N. C. By A. W. Shaffer, Author & Pub. 



106 

NORTH CAROUNA— Contumed 

SKETCHES OF NOETH CAROLINA— 

Historical and biographical, illustrative of the principles of a por- 
tion ot her early settlers. W. H. Foote. 557 p.. New York, 1846. 
Eobert Carter, Pub. 

SOME MEMOEIES OF MY LIFE— 

By Alfred Moore Waddell. 249 p. Raleigh, N. C. Edwards & 
Broughton Printing Co., 1908. 

TRINITY COLLEGE, DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA— 

History of Trinity College in the biographies of its presidents, 
1842-1894. (In National CyclopecJia of American Biography. VoL 
III, pp. 445-447.) 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

Catalogue of the Trustees, Faculty and Students of the University 
of North Carolina, 1860-61. 40 p. Chapel HiU, 1861. John B. 
Neathery, Book, Job & Card Printer. 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA— 

History of the University of North Carolina in the biographies of 
its presidents, 1804-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy. Vol. XIII, pp. 241-245.) 

WAKE COUNTY— 

See Historical Raleigh. By W. N. Amis. 

WAKE COUNTY— 

Wake County, Economic and Social. Issued by the Wake County 
Club, University of North Carolina, April, 1918. 6. B. Lay, ed. 64 p., 
Raleigh, N. C, 1918. Edwards & Broughton Printing Co. 

WAKE FOREST COLLEGE, NORTH CAROLINA— 

General catalogue, 1834-5, 1891-2. Prepared by C. E. Taylor. 
199 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1892. Edwards & Broughton, Printers. 

WAUTAUGA COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA— 

History of Wautauga County, North Carolina, with sketches of 
prominent families. By John Preston Arthur, written at the request 
of Roy M. Brown, W. D. Farthing and others. 364 p., Richmond, 1915. 
Everett Waddey Co. 

WILLS— 

Abstract of North Carolina wills, compiled from original and 
recorded wills in the office of the Secretary of State. J. Bryan Grimes, 
Comp. 670 p., Raleigh, 1910. Pub. by the State. 

WILMINGTON— 

Directory of the city of Wilmington, N. C, 1883. Published by 
Richards & Co. 195 p., Raleigh, N. C, 1883. 



107 

NORTH CAROUNA— Concluded 

WINSTON— 

Directory, 1878-80. Historical sketch of Winston. Chas. Emerson 
& Co., Baleigh, N. C, 1879. Edwards, Bronghton & Co. 

NORTH DAKOTA 

DEE DEUTSCH-AMERIKANISCHE FAEMEE— 

Joseph Och. 248 p., Columbus, 0., 1913. Ohio Waisenfreund, 
Pubs. 

LEGISLATIVE MANUAL— 
North Dakota, 1903. 

LIST OP THE GOVEENOES, U. S. SENATOES, CHIEF JUS- 
TICES OF NOETH DAKOTA— 

1889-1906, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can Biography. Index vol., p. 102.) 

UNITED STATES VOLUNTEEE CAVALEY, SPANISH- 
AMEEICAN WAE— 

Grisby's Cowboys, Third U. S. Vol. Cavalry. A historical review of 
the regiment and compendium of the biographies of the noted men com- 
prising the same. Otto L. Sues. 363 p., Salem, S. D., 1900. James E. 
Patten, Pub. 

OHIO 

AKEON, OHIO— 

Fifty years of Akron and Summit County, Ohio. Samuel Alan- 
son Lane, Akron, Ohio, 1892. Beacon Job Dept. 

AUGLAIZE COUNTY— 

History of Western Ohio and Auglaize County, with biographical 
sketches of pioneers and prominent public men. C. W. Williamson. 
860 p., Columbus, 0., 1905. W. M. Linn & Sons, Pub. 

CHILLICOTHE CENTENNIAL ANXIVEESAEY CELEBEATION 
AT CHILLICOTHE— 

May 20-21, 1913, under the auspices of the Ohio State Archaeologi- 
cal and Historical Society. Ed. by E. 0. Eandall. 730 p., Columbus, 
0., 1903. Press of Fred J. Heer. 

CLEVELAND— 

Memorial record of the county of Cuyahoga and city of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 924 p., Chicago. Lewis Pub. Co., 1894. 

COLUMBIA COUNTY— 

With biographical sketches of prominent men and pioneers, Phila- 
delphia. D. W. Ensign & Co., 1879. 334 p. 



108 

OHIO — Continued 

COSHOCTON COUNTY, OHIO— 

History of Coshocton County, Ohio; its past and present, 1740- 
1881, containing a comprehensive history of Ohio, a complete history 
of Coshocton County, a history of its soldiers in the late war, biogra^ 
phies and histories of pioneer families, etc. Comp. by Norman Newell 
Hill, Jr. 833 p., Newark, Ohio, 1881. A. A. Graham & Co., Pubs. 

CUYAHOGA COUNTY— 

Memorial record of the county of Cuyahoga and city of Cleveland, 
Ohio. 924 p., Chicago. Lewis Pub. Co., 1894. 

ERIE COUNTY— 

History of Erie County, Ohio, with biographical sketches. Edited 
by Lewis Cass Aldrich. 653 p., Syracuse, N. Y., 1889. Mason & 
Co., Pub. 

FEANKLIN COUNTY— • 

History of Franklin County, Ohio; a collection of reminiscences 
of the early settlement of the county, with biographical sketches, and 
a complete history of the county to the present time. By William T. 
Martin. Columbus, Ohio, 1858. Follett, Foster & Co., Pubs. 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY— 

Sketches of the Senators and Representatives in the Fifty- fourth 
General Assembly of the state of Ohio, convened January 2, 1860. 
W. Cooper. 80 p., Columbus, 1861. 

GUERNSEY COUNTY— 

History of Guernsey County, Ohio. Cyrus Parkinson, B. Sarchet. 
2 vols., Indianapolis, Ind., 1911. B. F. Bowen & Co. 

HANCOCK COUNTY— 

History of Hancock County from its earliest settlement to tti-^ 
present time, together with reminiscences of pioneer life, incidents, st^^' 
tistical tables and biographical sketches. By D. B. Beardsley. 472 j^ ' 
Springfield, Ohio, 1881. Republic Printing Co. 

HARDIN COUNTY, OHIO— 

Portraits and biographical record of Marion and Hardin Countie^^ 
Ohio. 560 p., Chicago, 1895. Chapman Pub. Co., Pub. 

HARRISON COUNTY— 

Historical collections of Harrison County in the state of Ohio^ ' 
By Charles A. Hanna. 636 p., New York, 1900. Privately Printed. 

HIGHLAND COUNTY— 

The history of the county of Highland to July 4, 1876, with the - 
proceedings of the assembled people who met on that day to celebrate 
the Centennial birthday of the Nation. James H. Thompson, 1878. 
132 pp. Hillsboro, Ohio Gazette. 



109 

OHIO — Continiied 

[STOEICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE MAHONING VALLEY— 
Biographical sketches, sale and settlement of the lands belonging 
the Connecticut Land Company, Youngstown, Ohio. Mahoning 
illey Historical Society, 1876. 524 p. 

BJNYON COLLEGE, GAJMBIEE, OHIO— 

History of Kenyon College in the biographies of its presidents, 
26-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. 
[I, pp. 1-9, and Vol. VIII, p. 138.) 

SrOX COUNTY, OHIO— 

History of Knox County, Ohio; its past and present containing 
)graphies. N. N. Hill, Jr., Comp. 856 p., Mt. Vernon, Ohio. A. A. 
'aham & Co., Pubs. 

^^ox COUNTY— 

Past and present of Knox County, Ohio. A. B. Williams. 2 vols., 
dianapolis, 1912. B. F. Bowen & Co. 

CKING COUNTY— 

Centennial history of Licking County, Ohio, read at the Centennial 
ebration of the Licking County Agricultural Society at the Old 
nt, July 4, 1876. Isaac Smucker. 80 p., Newark, Ohio, 1876. Lick- 
5 County Agricultural Society, Pub. 

CKING COUNTY— 

History of Licking County, Ohio, its past and present. N. N. 
ill, Jr. 822 p., Newark, Ohio, 1881. A. A. Graham & Co. 

:CKING COUNTY— 

Our pioneers, biographical sketches, pioneers of 1801-1802. 
oneer women of the west by Kev. Mrs. C. Springer. A poem The 
oneers of Licking County. By A. B. Clark. Isaac Smucker. 33 p., 
2wark, Ohio, 1872. Clark & King. 

[ST OP THE GOVEENORS, U. S. SENATORS AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OP OHIO— 

1803-1905, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
n Biography. Index vol., p. 103.) 

DRAIN COUNTY, OHIO— 

The early history of Lorain County, Ohio, an address delivered 
ily 4, 1876, at Elyria, Ohio. By W. W. Boynton. 35 p., 1876.. 
Drain County Agricultural Society. 

QCAS COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of the city of Toledo and Lucas 
id Wood Counties, Ohio. 523 p., Chicago, 1895. Chapman Pub. Co. 



110 

OHIO — Continued 

MAHONING COUNTY— 

Historical collections of the Mahoning Valley, biographical sketches, 
sale and settlement of the lands belonging to the Connecticut Land 
Company. 524 p., Youngstown, Ohio, 1876. Mahoning Valley Hist. 
Soc. 

MAHONING COUNTY— 

History of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties with biographical 
sketches. 2 vols., Cleveland, Ohio, 1882. H. Z. Williams & Bro., Pub. 

MAEION COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of Marion and Hardin Counties, 
Ohio. 560 p., Chicago, 1895. Chapman Pub. Co. 

MASSIE, NATHANIEL, A PIONEER OF OHIO— 

Sketch of his life and selections from his correspondence. By David 
Meade Massie. 285 p., Cincinnati, 1896. Clarke, Pub. 

MEDINA COUNTY— 

Pioneer history of Medina County. By N. B. Northrop. 224 p*, 
Medina, Ohio, 1861. G. Eedway, Printer. 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, OHIO— 

The history of Montgomery County, Ohio. 760 pp., Chicago, 1882. 
W. H. Beers & Co. 

OBERLIN COLLEGE, OBERLIN, OHIO— 

History of Oberlin College in the biographies of its founder and 
presidents, 1833-1896. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy, Vol. II, pp. 460-465.) 

PERRY COUNTY— 

History of Perry County, Ohio. Clement L. Martzolflf. 195 p., 
New Lexington, Ohio, 1902. Ward & Weiland. 

PIONEERS— 

Our pioneers, biographical sketches, pioneers of 1801-1802, pioneer 
women of the west. By Rev. Mrs. C. Springer. A poem — The pioneers 
of Licking County. By A. B. Clark. Isaac Smucker. Pioneer pam- 
phlet No. 7. 33 p., Newark, Ohio. Clark & King, Pubs., 1872. 

PORTAGE COUNTY— 

A portrait and biographical record of Portage and Summit Coun- 
ties, Ohio, containing biographical sketches of many prominent and 
representative citizens. 988 p., Logansport, Ind., 1898. A. \V. Bowen* 



Ill 

OHIO — Continued 

ICELAND COUNTY— 

History of Richland County, Ohio, (including the original boun- 
iries) its past and present containing a condensed comprehensive 
story of Ohio, including an outline history of the Northwest, a com- 
ete history of Eichland County, miscellaneous matter, map of the 
•unty, biographies and histories of the most important families, etc., 
c. Compiled by Albert Adams Graham. 941 p., Mansfield, Ohio, 
J07-1880. A. A. Graham & Co. 

4.NDUSKY COUNTY PIONEEE AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIA- 
TION— 

Year Books, 1913-1917. Basil Meek, Sec. Published Fremont, 
tio. 

CTMMIT COUNTY, OHIO— 

Fifty years and over of Akron, Summit County, Ohio. Samuel 
lanson Lane. Akron, Ohio, 1892. Beacon, Job Dep. 

[JMMIT COUNTY— 

History of Summit County, with an outline sketch of Ohio. Edited 
T W. H. Perrin, Chicago, 111., 1881. Baskin & Batley. 

DMMIT COUNTY— 

A portrait and biographical record of Portage and Summit Coun- 
38, Ohio, containing biographical sketches of many prominent and 
jresentative citizens. 988 p., Logansport, Ind., 1898. A. W. Bowen. 

DLBDO- 

Portrait and biographical record of city of Toledo and Lucas and 
ood Counties, Ohio. 523 p., Chicago, 1895. Chapman Pub. Co. 

BUMBULL COUNTY— 

Historical collections of the Mahoning Valley, biographical sketches, 
le and settlement of the lands belonging to the Connecticut Land 
^mpany. 524 p., Youngstown, Ohio, 1876. Mahoning Valley His- 
cical Society. 

BUMBULL COUNTY— 

History of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, with biographical 
etches. 2 vols., Cleveland, Ohio, 1882. H. Z. Williams & Bro. 

-ASHINGTON COUNTY AND THE EARLY SETTLEMENT 
OP OHIO— 

Being the Centennial address before the citizens of Washington 
^iinty. Marietta, Ohio, July 4, 1876. I. W. Andrews. 83 p., Cincin- 
*i, 1877. Peter G. Thomson, Pub. 

AYNE COUNTY— 

History of Wayne County, Ohio, from the days of the pioneers and 
Qt settlers to the present time. By Benjamin Douglass. 868 p., 
cSianapolis, Ind., 1878. E. Douglass. 



112 

■ 

OHIO — Concluded 

WESTEEX EESERYE UNIVERSITY, CLEVELAND, OHIO— 

Ilistor}'^ of Western Reserve University in the biographies of its 
presidents, 18;U-190G. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, 
Vol. VII, pp. 224-226.) 

WOOD COUNTY— 

Portrait and biographical record of city of Toledo and Lucas and 
Wood Counties. 523 p., Chicago, 1895. Chapman Pub. Co. 

OREGON 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF OREGON IN THE BIOGRAPHIES 
OF ITS GOVERNORS— 

1845-1900. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, 
Vol. VIII, pp. 1-8. See also Index vol., p. 104., 

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Quarterly, 1916-1918. Published Portland, Oregon— By the So- 
ciety. 

PENNSYLVANIA 

ARC^HBALD— 

Old time Archbald, the early institutions and industries of the 
town, how the place looked to pioneers. Edited by P. A. Philbin. 46 
p., Archbald, Pa. Citizen Press, 1915. 

BIOGRAPHICAL ANNALS OF DECEASED RESIDENTS OF THE 
WEST BRANCH VALLEY OF THE SUSQUEHANNA- 

From the earliest times to the present. By J. F. Meginness (John 
of Lancaster). 272 p., Williamsport, Pa. Gazette & Bulletin Printing 
House, 1889. 

COLONIAL AND REVOLUTIONARY FAMILIES OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA— 

Genealogical and personal memoirs. John Woolf Jordan, Editor. 
3 vols. New York, Chicago, 1911. The Lewis Pub. Co. 

COLONIAL PERIOD— 

Conrad Weiser and the Indian policy of Colonial Pennsylvania. 
J. S. Walton. 420 p., Philadelphia. G. W. Jacobs & Co., 1900. 

COLONIAL PERIOD— 

Conrad Weiser's Journal of a tour to the Ohio, August 11-October 
2, 1T48. (In Thwaites Early Western Travels, 1748-1846.) Cleve- 
land, Ohio, 1904. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY— 

Churches of the valley, or, an historical sketch of the Old Presby- 
terian congregations of Cumberland and Franklin Counties in Pennsyl- 
vania. Rev. Alfred Nevin. 338 p., Philadelphia, 1852. Joseph M. 
Wilson. 



113 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 

FAYETTE COUNTY— 

The Monongahela of old, or historical sketches of Southwestern 
Pennsylvania to the year 1800. James Veech. 259 p., Pittsburg, 
1858-1893. 

FRANKLIlSr COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA— 

Churches of the valley, or an historical sketch of the old Presby- 
terian congregations of Cumberland and Franklin Counties in Pennsyl- 
vania. Eev. Alfred Nevin. 338 p., Philadelphia, 1852. Joseph M. 
Wilson, Pub. 

HISTORICAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF THE PROV- 
INCE AND COUNTRY OP PENSILVANIA AND OF WEST 
NEW JERSEY IN AMERICA— 

Gabriel Thomas. 55 pp., London. A Baldwin, 1698. 

HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE OF PENNSYL- 
VANIA— 

Sherman Day. 708 p., Philadelphia. G. W. Gorton, 1843. 

HISTORY OF PENNSYLVANIA IN THE BIOGRAPHIES OF 
ITS GOVERNORS, 1681-1891— 

(In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. II, pp. 278- 
294. See also Index vol., p. 105.) 

LAFAYETTE COLLEGE, E ASTON, PENNSYLVANIA— 

History of Lafayette College in the biographies of its presidents, 
1832-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. XI, 
pp. 240-243.) 

LEHIGH COUNTY— 

A history of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, from the earliest settle- 
ments to the present time, including much valuable information for 
the use of schools, families, libraries. By James J. Hauser. 121 p., 
Allentown, Pa. Jacks, 1902. 

LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, SOUTH BETHLEHEM, PENNSYL- 
VANIA— 

History of Lehigh University in the biographies of its presidents, 
1866-1904. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. 
VIII, pp. 110-112.) 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA— 

The Centennial celebration of Montgomery County, at Norristown, 
Pa., Sept. 9-12, 1884, an official record of its proceedings. Ed. by F. 
G. Hobson, Wm. J. Buck and Henry S. Dotterer. 467 p., Norristown, 
Pa., 1884. Centennial Association of Montgomery County, Pubs. 

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114 

PENNSYLVANIA— Continued 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY— 

History of Montgonier}' County within the Schuylkill Valley. 
Appendix, biographical sketches. William J. Buck, Comp. 124 p., 
Norristown, 1859. 

MUHLENBEKG COLLEGE— 

History of Muhlenberg College in the biographies of its presidents, 
1867-1904. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. V, 
pp. 499-500.) 

NOEEISTOWN— 

Plymouth meetings, its establishment and the settlement of the 
township, with historical genealogical and biographical data from 
records of friends. Ellwood Roberts. 235 p., Norristown, Pa., 1900. 
Eoberts Puh. House. 

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY— 

Histor}^ of Northumberland County, Pa. 161 p., Philadelphia, 
1876. Everts & Stewart. 

OLD REDSTONE— 

Or historical sketches of Western Presbyterianism, its first records. 
Joseph Smith. 451) p., Philadelphia. Lippiucott, Grambo & Co., 1854. 

PENNSYLVANIA-GERMAN, THE— 

In the Revolutionary War, 1775-1783. H. M. M. Richards. 542 
p., Lancaster, Pa., 1908. 

PIONEER OUTLINE HISTORY OF NORTHWESTERN PENN- 
SYLVANIA— 

William James McK night. 749 p., Philadelphia, 1905. Lippincott. 

PITTSBURGH— 

Pittsburgh, a sketch of its early social life. C. W. Dahlinger. 
216 p., New York. Putnam's, 1916. ' 

PITTSBURGH— 

Pittsburgh in 1816. Compiled on the one hundredth anniversary 
of the granting of the city charter. 75 p. Pittsburgh Carnegie Library, 
Comp., 1916. 

PLYMOUTH MEETING— 

Its establishment and the settlement of the township with histotv 
cal, genealogical and biographical data from records of friends. El> 
wood Roberts. 235 p., Norristown, Pa., 1900. Roberts^ Pub. Co. 



PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATIONS OF CUMBERLAND AISS;^ 
FRANKLIN COUNTIES, PENNSYLVANIA— 

Historical sketch. By Rev. Alfred Nevin. 338 p., Philadelph--^'^ 
1852. Joseph M. Wilson, Pub. 



115 

PENNSYLVANIA— Concluded 

PBESBYTEEIANISM— 

Old Bedstone; or historical sketches of Western Presbyterianism, 
its first records. Joseph Smith. 459 p., Philadelphia. Lippincott & 
Grambo Co., 1854. 

UNIVEBSITY OP PENISTSYLVAJSTIA. 



History of the University of Pennsylvania in the biographies of its 
provosts, 1754-1906. (In National Cvclopedia of American Biography, 
Vol. I, pp. 340-346, and Vol. XIII, p. 393.) 

WAB OF THE EEVOLUTION— 

Border Warfare in Pennsylvania during the Eevolution. L. S. 
Shimmell. 153 p., Harrisburg, Pa., 1901. E. L. Myers & Co., Pubs. 

WAB OF THE EEVOLUTION— 

The Pennsylvania-German in the Eevolutionary War, 1775-1783. 
H. M. M. Eichards. 542 p., Lancaster, Pa., 1908. 

WABBEN COUNTY— 

History of Warren County, Pennsylvania. Edited by J. S. Schenck, 
assisted by W. S. Bann. 692 pp. & CXV, Syracuse, N. Y. D. Mason & 
Co., Pubs. 

WHO^S WHO IN PHILADELPHIA— 

A collection of thirty biographical sketches of Philadelphia colored 
people, selected from among the most useful and practical, illustrating 
what is being done among them in the city, etc. By Charles Fred 
White. 206 p., Philadelphia, 1912. A. M. E.Book Concern, Pub. 

WYOMING HISTOEICAL AND GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY— 

History, 1858-1913. 43 p., Wilkes Barre, Pa., 1913. Proceedings 
Vols. 3-12, 1886-1912. Vols. 14, 15, 1915; 1916. 

RHODE ISLAND 

PBIENDS SOCIETY OF— 

Births, marriages and deaths. A family register for the people, 
friends and ministers. J. N. Arnold, Comp. Providence, E. I., 1895, 
under the auspices of the (Jeneral As!^embly. 634 p. (Vital records of 
Ehode Island, 1636-1850. First series. Vols. 5-6.) 

BISTOEICAL SOCIETY OF EHODE ISLAND— 

Collections, Vol. IV, 1838. 270 p.. Providence, E. I. 

:histoeical society, peoceedings of ehode island— 

Proceedings of the Ehode Island Historical Society, 1876-1888, 
a890-1892, 1900-1905, 1906-1908, 1909-1910, 1911-1913. 



116 

RHODE ISLAND— Concluded 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF EHODE ISLAND— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1775-1900. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biographv, Vol. IX, pp. 39-41. See also Index 
vol., pp. 106-107.) 

KENT COUNTY— 

Births, marriages and deaths. A family register for the people. 
Kent County Providence, R. I., under the auspices of the General 
Assembly, 1891. (Vital records of Rhode Island, 1836-1850. First 
series Vol. 1, cover reads: ^Va^\^'ick, East Greenwich, West Greenwich, 
Coventry.) 

NEWPORT COUNTY— 

Registers of births, etc. Births, marriages and deaths. A family 
register for the people. (Vital records of Rhode Island, Vol. 4.) Provi- 
dence, R. I., under the auspices of the General Assembly, 1893. 

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND— 

Births, marriages and deaths. A family register for the people. 
2 vols, in one. James N. Arnold, Comp. (Vital records of Rhode 
Island, 1636-1850. First series, Vols. 2-3.) 

PROVIDENCE— 

Almon Danforth Hodges and his neighbors. An autobiographical 
sketcli of a typical old New Englander. Edited by Almon D. Hodges, 
Jr. Presented by Amory G. Hodges and Almon D. Hodges, Jr. 353 
p., Boston, 1909. Privately printed. T. R. Marrin & Son, Printers. 

RHODE ISLAND IN THE COLONIAL WARS— 

A list of Rhode Island Soldiers and Sailors in the Old French and 
Indian War, 1755-1 7t)'3. Bv Howard M. Chapin. 155 p.. Providence, 
R, L, 1918. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Revolutionary defenses in Rhode Island, fortifications and beacons 
muster rolls of the companies stationed along the shores of Narragansett 
Bay. Edwani Field. liU p.. Providence, R. L, 1896. Preston & 
Bounds, Pubs. 

WARREN, RHODE ISLAND— 

The history of Warren, Rhode Island, in the War of the Revolu- 
tion, i::6-i:S3' Virginia Baker. 69 p., Warren, R. L Author, 1901. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY— 

Births, marriages and deaths. A fanuly register for the people. 
James N. Arnold, Comp. 2 vols, in one. (Vital records of Rhode 
Island. 1636-1S50. First series Vols. 5-6.) Bound with Record of 
Bristol Co. 



117 

SOUTH CAROUNA 

CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA-^ 

Inscriptions on the tablets and gravestones in St. MichaeFs Church 
and Churchyard, Charleston, S. C, to which is added from the church 
records a list of interments of persons to whom there are no stones. 
Clare Jervey. 334 p., Columbia, S. C, 1906. The State Co., Pub. 

CHARLESTON— 

Reminiscences of Charleston, S. C. By J. Cardozo. 144 p. J. 
Wallser, 1866, Charleston, S. C. 

CHARLESTON— 

St. Michaels Church. Inscriptions on the tablets and gravestones 
in St. Michaels Church and Churchyard, S. C, to which is added from 
the church records a list of interments of persons to whom there are 
no stones. Clare Jervey. 334 p., Columbia, S. C, 1906. The State 
Co., Pub. 

CHARLESTON— 

St. Philip^s Parish. Register of St. Philip^s Parish, Charlestown, 
S. C, 1720-1758. A. S. Salley, Jr., ed. 355 p., Charleston, S. C, 
1904. 

COLONIAL AND REVOLUTIONARY ERAS— 

The -romance of lower Carolina; historic, romantic and traditional 
incidents of the Colonial and revolutionary eras. C. T. Walker. 161 
p., Charleston, S. C, 1915. Art Pub. Co. 

HISTORY OF THE COLONY AND STATE OF SOUTH CARO- 
LINA— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1670-1902. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. XII, pp. 151-182. See also 
Index vol., pp. 107-108.) 

HUGENOT SOCIETY OP SOUTH CAROLINA— 

Transactions, No. 2, 1889, 1897-99, 1903-1908, 1916, Charleston, 
S. C. 

JEWS OP SOUTH CAROLINA— 

Marriage notices from the newspaper press of Charleston, S. C. 
(1775-1906). Compiled by Barnett A. Elzas, M. D., LL. D. 54 p.. 
New York, 1917. Bloch Pub. Co. 

MARRIAGE NOTICES IN THE SOUTH CAROLINA GAZETTE— 
And County Journal (1765-1775) and in the Charleston Gazette 
(1778-1780). A. S. Salley, Jr., ed. 44 p., Charleston, S. C, 1914. 
Compiled from the files in the library of the Charleston Library 
Society. 

NEWBERRY— 

The annals of Newberry in two parts. Part first by John Belton 
O^Neall, LL. D. Part second by John A. Chapman, A. M., complete 
in. one volume. 798 p., Newberry, S. C, 1892. AuU & Houseal, Pubs. 



118 

SOUTH CAROUNA— Concluded 

ST. MAKK'S PAIUSH— 

GhroTiiclos of Si. :MarkV parish. Santee Circuit and Williamsburg 
Township, South Carolina, i:;U-lH85. J. M. Burgess. 108 p., Colum- 
bia, S. ('. V. A. Calvo, Jr., ISSS. 

SAINT nilLirs PAHTSII, CHAELESTOWN, SOUTH CAEO- 
LTXA— 

Register of St. Philip's Parish, Charlestown, S. C, 1720-1758. 

A. S. Sallcv, Jr., cd. :):>:) p., CharU'ston, S. C, 1904. 



SOUTH CAKOLIXA COLLEGE— 

To the Ahiinni. Hy M. La Borde. 458 p., Columbia, S. C, 
August, 1859. 

SOUTH CAHOLIXA COLLEGE L\ THE BIOGEAPHIES OF ITS 
PEESIDENTS, 1804-1902— 
(In National Cvclopedia of American Biography, VoL XI, pp. 
30-37.) 

WILLIAMSBUEG TOWNSHIP (CO.), SOUTH CAEOLINA— 

Chronicles of St. Mark^s Parish, Santee Circuit and Williamsburg 
Township, South Carolina, 1731-1885. J. M. Burgess. 108 p., Colum- 
bia, S. C, 1888. C. A. Calvo, Jr. 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

DEE DEUTSCH-AMEEIKANISCHE FAEMEE— 

Ocli Joseph. 248 p., (^olumbus, Ohio, 1913. 

GEIGSBY'S COWBOYS— 

Third United States Volunteer Cavalry, Spanish-American War. 
A historical review of the regiment and compendium of the biographies 
of the noted men comprising the same. Otto L. Sues. 363 p., Salem^ 
S. D., 1900. James E. Patten, Pub. 

HISTOEICAL SOCIETY'S COLLECTIONS— 
Vol. I, 1902— Vol. 8, 1916. 

LIST OF THE GOVEENOES, U. S. SENATOES AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OF SOUTH DAKOTA— 

1889-1905, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can Biography. Index vol., p. 109.) 

TENNESSEE 

AMEEICAN HISTOEICAL MAGAZINE— 

Vol. Ill, No. 4, October, 1902. Vol. IX, Nos. 1 and 2, January 
to April, 1904. Published NashviUe, Tenn. A. V. and W. H. Good- 
pasture^ Pubs. 



119 

TENNESSEE-^ontinued 

DEKALB COUNTY, TENNESSEE— 

History of DeKalb County, Tennessee. W. T. Hale. 254 p., Nash- 
ville, Tenn., 1915. P. Hunter. 

DIAEY OP AN OLD LAWYEE— 

Or, scenes behind the curtain. By John Hallum. 458 p., Nash- 
ville, Tenn., 1895. Southwestern Pub. Co. 

HISTOEICAL SOCIETY MAGAZINE— 

Vol. I, Nos. 2, 3 and 4, 1915. Vol. 2, Nos. 1 and 3, 1916. Pub- 
lished Nashville, Tenn. 

HISTOEY OF TENNESSEE IN THE BIOGEAPHtES OF ITS 
GOVEENOES, 1790-1897— 
(In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. VII, pp. 
206-214. See also Index vol., pp. 109-110.) 

HISTOEY OF TENNESSEE FEOM THE EAELIEST TIMES TO 
THE PEESENT— 

Nashville, Tenn., 1886. 123 p. Goodspeed Publishing Co., Pubs. 

McNAIEY COUNTY— 

Eeminiscences of the early settlement and early settlers of McNairy 
County, Tennessee. Marcus J. Wright. 96 p., Washington, D. C, 
1882. Commercial Pub. Club. 

MAESHALL COUNTY— 

History of Tennessee from the earliest times to the present. 1232: 
p. Goodspeed Pub. Co., 1886. 

MAUEY COUNTY— 

History of Tennessee from the earliest times to the present. 1232 
p., Nashville, Tenn., 1886. Goodspeed Pub. Co. 

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE— 

History of the University of Nashville in the biographies of its 
presidents and chancellors, 1785-1901. (In National Cyclopedia of 
American Biography, Vol. VIII, pp. 130-135.) 

OLD TIMES IN TENNESSEE— 

With historical, personal and political scraps and sketches. J. C. 
Guild. 503 p., Nashville, Tenn., 1878. Tavel, Eastman & Howell. 

BUTHERFORD COUNTY— 

History of Tennessee from the earliest times to the present. 1232 
p., Nashville, Tenn., 1886. Goodspeed Pub. Co. 

SKETCHES OF PROMINENT TEXNESSEANS CONTAINING 
BIOGRAPHIES AND RECORDS— 

Of many of the families who have attained prominence in Ten- 
nessee. W. S. Speer. 579 p., Nashville, Tenn, 1888. A. B. Tavel. 



120 

TENNESSEE— Concluded 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE, WASHINGTON, TENNESSEE— 

History of Washington College in the biographies of its presidents, 
1795-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. VII, 
pp. 340-343.) 

WILSON COUNTY— 

History of Tennessee from the earliest times to the present. 1232 
p., Nashville, Tenn, 1886. Goodspeed Pub. Co. 

TEXAS 

EARLY SET^rLERS AND INDIAN FIGHTERS OF SOUTHWEST 
TEXAS— 
Andrew Jackson Sowell. B. C. Jones & Co., 1900, Austin, Texas. 

BISTORY OF TEXAS IN THE BIOGRAPHIES OF ITS PRESI- 
DENTS AND GOVERNORS— 

1846-1904. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. 
IX, pp. 62-77; see also Index vol., p. 110.) 

HISTORY OF TEXAS OR THE EMIGRANT'S, FARMER'S AND 
POLITICIAN'S GUIDE— 

By David B. Edward. 336 p., Cincinnati, 1836. J. A. James & 
Co., Pub. 

SKETCHES OF TEXAS IN 1840— 

Situation, extent, climate, soil, production, water, government, 
society, religion. Orceneth Fisher. 64 p., Springfield, 111., 1841. Wal- 
ters & Weber. 

TEXAS LIBRARY AND HISTORICAL COMMISSION— 

Biennial reports, 1st, 1909-10, 1911-12. 

UTAH 

LIST OF THE GOVERNORS, U. S. SENATORS AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OF UTAH— 

1896-1906, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can Biography, Index vol., p. 111.) 

VERMONT 

COOS COUNTY— 

History of Coos County, Vermont. By Rev. Grant Powers. 240 
p., Haverhill, N. H. J. F. C. Hayes, 1841. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Collections, Vols. I and II, 1870, 1871. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Proceedings, 1878, 1880, 1894, 1896. 



121 

VERMONT— Concluded 

HISTOEY OF EASTEEIST VEEMONT— 

From its earliest settlement to the close of the eighteenth century 
with a biograpliical chapter and appendixes. By Benjamin Homer Hall. 
799 p., New York, 1858. D. Appleton & Co., Pubs. 

HISTOEY OF VEEMONT— 

From its discovery to its admission into the Union in 1791. Hiland 
Hall. 521 p., Albany, N. Y., 1868. J. Munsell. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY PEOCEEDINGS— 

1878, 1880, 1894, 1896. Montpelier, Vt. 

tilST OF THE GOVEENOES, U. S. SENATOES AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OF VEEMONT— 

1777-1904, with biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of Ameri- 
can Biography, Index vol., pp. 111-112.) 

LUDLOW— 

Becord of deaths from 1790-1901, inclusive. Compiled by Eufus 
S. Warner, Ludlow, Vt. E. S. Warner, 1902. 74 p. 

MIDDLEBUBY COLLEGE, MIDDLEBUEY, VEEMONT— 

Historical account of Middlebury College in the biographies of its 
presidents, 1800-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy, Vol. XII, pp. 105-107.) 

UNIVEESITY OF VEEMONT— 

History of the University of Vermont in the biographies of its 
presidents, 1800,1906. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy, Vol. II, pp. 39-42.) 

VIRGINIA 

AUGUSTA COUNTY— 

Augusta Coimty, Virginia, in the history of the United States. 
By Boutwell Dunlap. 73 p., 80, Frankfort, Ky., 1918. Ky. Hist. Soc, 
Pubs. 

BAPTIST MINISTEES— 

Virginia Baptist Ministers, with an introduction by Eev. J. B. 
Jeter. J. B. Taylor. 2 vols.. New York, 1860. Sheldon & Co. 

BEDPOED COUNTY, VA.— 

Bedford County, Virginia, index of wills from 1754 to 1830. 
Rowland D. Buford. 13 p.. New York, 1917. William M. Clemens. 

BERKELEY COUNTY— 

See Frederick County. 

BERKELEY COUNTY— 

See History of the lower Shenadoah Valley. By J. E. Norris, ed. 



100 

1 to V 

VIRGINIA— Continued 

BORDER SKTTLKI^S OF XORTIIWESTERN VIRGINIA FROM 

i:()8-1795— 

Embracing tin* life of Jvi^t^v Ifughes and other noted scouts of the 
great woods of the Trans- Alleglieny. Luculhis Virgil McWhorter. 
509 p., Dayt<>n, Va., 1915. Riiebush-Elkins Co. 

CALENDAR OF V1R(J1MA STATE PAPERS and OTHER MAIOJ. 
SCRIPTS— 

Preserved in the Capitol at Richmond. Henry W. Ploumoy. 

Printed under tlie authority and direction of H. W. Plournoy, 
Secretary of the Commonwealth and State Librarian. 11 vols., 1652- 
1869. Richmond, 1875-93. 

CLARKE COUNTY— 

History of Clarke County, Va. and its connection with the war 
between the states, with illustrations of colonial homes and of con- 
federate officers. By Thomas Daniel Gold, with sketches by Dr. H. C, 
Sommerville, George H. Burwell, George B. Harrison, A. Moore, Jr. 
and M. W. Jones. :5;37 p., Berryville, Va., 1914. Printed by 0. B. 
Hughes. 

CLARKE COUNTY— 

Histor}' of the lower Shenandoah Valley. Counties of Frederick, 
Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke. Edited by J. E. Norris. 812 p., Chi- 
cago, 1890. A. Warner Co., Pub. 

FREDERICK COUNTY— 

History of the lower Shenandoah Valley. Counties of Frederick, 
Berkeley, JeH'erson and Clarke. J. E. Xorris, ed., Chicago, 1890. 
A. Warner & Co., Pubs. 

GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE CHAPPELL, DICKIE AND 
OTHER KINDRED FAMILIES— 

Of Virginia, compiled by Phil. E. Chappell, Kansas City, Mo., 
1895. Tiernan-Havens Printing Co. 

6ER]\rAN ELEMENT IN VIRGINIA, HISTORY OF— 

By Herrmann Schuricht. 2 vols., Baltimore, Md., 1898. T. Kroh 
& Sons, Pubs. 

GERMANTOWN, VIRGINIA- 

Genealogy of the Fishback family in America, the descendants of 
John Fishback, the emigrant, with an historical sketch of his family 
and of the colony at Germanna and Germantown, Virginia, 1714-1914. 
W. M. Kemper. 359 p.. New York, 1914. T. M. Taylor, Pub. 

GRAY^SON COUNTY— 

Pioneer settlers of Grayson County, Virginia. B. F. Nuckolls. 
206 p., Bristol, Tenn., 1914. King Printing Co., Pubs. 



123 

VIRGINIA— Continiied 

HAMPTON, VIEGINIA NOEMAL AND AGEICULTUEAL INSTI- 
TUTE— 

The school and its story, contains cabin and plantation songs. 170 
p., Hampton, Va., 1874. 

HISTOEY OF THE COLONY OF VIEGINIA, 1607-1776— 

In the biographies of its governors. (In National Cyclopedia of 
American biography, Vol. XIII, pp. 377-391.) 

HISTOEY OF THE FIEST DISCOVEEY AND SETTLEMENT 
OF VIEGINIA— 

Being an essay towards a general history of this colony. William 
Stith, Williamsburg, Ya., 1747. Wm. Parks. 

HISTOEY OF VIEGINIA— 

School history of Virginia. By Edgar Sydenstricker and Ammen 
Ij. Burger. 362 p., Lynchburg, Va., 1914. Dulaney-Boatwright Co. 

HISTOEY OF THE VALLEY OF VIEGINIA— 

By Samuel Kerchval. 3d edition, Woodstock, Va., 1902. W. N. 
Grahill, Pub. 

HUGUENOTS— 

Memoirs of a Huguenot family, translated and compiled from the 
original autobiography of the Eev. James Fontaine, and other family 
manuscripts, comprising an original journal of travels in Virginia, 
New York, etc., in 1715 and 1716. By Ami Maury, with an appendix, 
containing a translation of the Edict of Nantes, the Edict of revocation, 
etc. 512 p., New York, 1S72. G. P. Putnam & Sons, Pubs. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY— 

See History of the lower Shenandoah Valley. By J. E. Norris, ed. 

JEWS IN VIEGINIA— 

History of the Jews of Eichmond from 1769-1917. By H. T. 
Ezekiel and Gaston lichtenstein. 374 p., Eichmond, Va., 1917. H. T. 
Ezekiel. . 

KING AND QUEEN COUNTY, VIEGINIA— 

By Alfred Bagby. 402 p., New York, 1908. Neale Pub. Co, 

LIST OF GOVEENOES, U. S. SENATOES AND PEESIDENTS 
OF SUPEEME COUET OF APPEALS OF VIEGINIA, 1776- 
1906— 
With biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy, Index vol., pp. 112-113.) 

LOUDOUN COUNTY, VIEGINIA— 

History and comprehensive description of Loudoun County, Vir- 
ginia. By J. W. Head. 186 p., Barcroft, Va., 1908. Parkview Press. 



124 

VIRGINIA— Continued 

MAPS RELATING TO VIRGINIA IN THE VIRGINIA STATE 
LIBRARY— 

Earl (iregg Swem, Richmond, Va., 1914. 

METHODISM IN VIRGINIA— 

^lemorials of Methodism in Virginia, from its introduction into 
the State in the year lU^, to the year 1829. By Rev. William W. Ben- 
nett, D.D. 741 p., Richmond, 1871. Published by the Author. 

NORFOLK COUNTY— 

Brief abstracts of lower Norfolk County and Norfolk County Wills, 
1637-1710. Charles Fleming Mcintosh. 223 p., Norfolk, Va., 1914. 
The Colonial Dames of America of Virginia. 

NORFOLK COUNTY— 

A record of events in Norfolk County, Virginia, from April 19, 
1861 to May 10, 1862, with a history of the soldiers and sailors of 
Norfolk County, Norfolk City and Portsmouth, who served in the Con- 
federate State, Army or Navy. By John W. H. Porter, 366 p., Ports- 
mouth, Va., 1892. W. A. Fiske, Printer & Bookbinder. 

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA— 

Report of the Portsmouth Relief Association to the contributors of 
the fund for the relief of Portsmouth, Va., during the prevalence of 
the yellow fever in that town in 1855. 364 p., Richmond, 1856. H. 
K. EUyson's Steam Power Presses. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NORTHERN VIRGINIA- 



The planting of the Presbyterian Church in Northern Virginia 
prior to the organization of Winchester Presbytery, December 4, 1794. 
By James R. Graham. 168 p., Winchester, Va., 1904. G. P. NTorton 
Pub. Co. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA— 

Guide to Richmond and the battlefields. By W. D. Chesterman. 
70 p., Richmond, Va., 1894. J. W. Randolph & Co. 

RICHMOND— 

The history of the Jews of Richmond from 1769-1917. Herbert 
Tobias Ezekiel and Gaston Lichtenstein. 374 p., Richmond, Va., 1917. 
H. T. Ezekiel, Pub. 

RICHMOND— 

Register of the confederate dead, interred in Hollywood Cemetery, 
Richmond, Va. 116 p., Richmond, Va., 1869. Gary, Clemmitt & Jones, 
Printers. 

RICHMOND— 

Richmond in by-gone days, being reminiscences of an old citizen. 
G. M. West, 1856. 321 p., Richmond, Va. 



125 

VIRGINIA— Continued 

^ SCHOOL HISTOEY OF VIEGINIA— 

^ By Edgar Sydenstricker and Ammen L. Burger. 362 p., Lynch- 

bnrg, Va., 1914. Dulaney-Boatwright Co. 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY— 

History of the lower Shenandoah Valley. Counties of Frederick, 
Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke. Edited by J. E. Norris. 8-12 p., Chi- 
cago, 1890. A Warner Co., Pubs. 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY— 

A history of the valley of Virginia. By Samuel Kercheval. 403 
p., Woodstock, Va., 1902. W. N. Grahill. 

SHENANDOAH VALLEY, VIRGINIA— 

The Shenandoah Valley in 1864. By George E. Pond. 287 p., 
■- New York, 1905. C. Scribner's Sons. 

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA AND SHENANDOAH VALLEY— 

By Thomas Bruce. 259 p., Richmond, Va., 1891. J. L. Hill 
Pub. Co. 

VIRGINIA STATE LIBRARY— PUBS.— 

A Bibliography of Virginia, Pt. II. By Earl G. Swem, Asst. 
Ldbrarian. 1404 p., Richmond, Va., 1917. 

Bulletin of the Virginia State Library, Vol. 10, Nos. 1-4, January, 
April, July, October, 1917. 

Maps relating to Virginia in the Virginia State Library and other 
departments of the Commonwealth. Comp. by Earl G. Swem, Asst. 
Librarian, Richmond, 1914. 

VIEGINIA UNDER THE STUARTS, 1607-1688— 

By Thomas J. Wertenbaker, Ph.D. 271 p., Princeton. Princeton 
I University Press, 1914. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

\ The Revolution in Virginia. H. J. Eckenrode. 311 p., Boston and 

• New York. Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Pubs., 1916. 

h 

WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIVERSITY, LEXINGTON, VIR- 
GINIA— 

History of Washington and Lee University in the biographies of 
its presidents, 1775-1897. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
: raphy. Vol. Ill, pp. 163-166; see also Index vol., p. 123. 

WILLIAM AND MARY COLLEGE, WILLIAMSBURG, VIR- 
GINIA— 

History of William and Mary College in the biographies of its 
founders and presidents, 1693-1906. (In National Cyclopedia of Amer- 
ican' Biography, Vol. Ill, pp. 231-237.) 



12G 

VIRGINIA— Concluded 

WILLIAMSBURG, VIRGINIA— 

\Villianisbiir«:, tlie old colonial capitol. Lyon Gardiner Tyler. 285 
p., Richmond, Va., 11M)7. Whittet & Shepperson. 

WILLS— 

See Bedford Co., Norfolk Co. 

WINCHESTER— 

The ])lantiii«^ of the Presbyterian Church in Northern Virginia, 
prior to the organization of Winchester Presbytery, December 4, 1794 
J. R. Graham. 168 p., Winchester, Va., 1904. G. F. Norton Pub. Co. 

WASHINGTON 

LIST OF THE GOVERNORS, U. S. SENATOES AND CHIEF 
JUSTICES OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, 1889- 
1906— 

With biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 
raphy, Index vol., p. Il;>.) 

WASHINGTON HISTORICAL QUARTERLY— 
1916-1918. 

WEST VIRGINIA 

CHARLESTON AND KANAWHA COUNTY— 

History ot* Cliark^ston and Kanawlia County, West Virginia and 
representative citizens. By W. S. Laidley. 1021 p., Chicago, 1911. 
Eichmond-Arnold Pub. Co. 

HANDBOOK AND IMMIGRANT'S GUIDE, OFFICIAL STATE 
DIRECTORY AND MAP— 

By State Commissioner of Immigration. J. H. Diss Debar, Park- 
ersbury, 1870. 193 .p. Gibbons Bros. 

HARRISON COUNTY— 

History of Harrison County, West Virginia, from the early days 
of Northwestern Virginia to the present. Henry Haymond. 451 p., 
Morgantown, W. Va., 1910. Acme Publishing Co. 

HISTORY OF THE LOWER SHENANDOAH VALLEY— 

Counties of Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke. J. E. 
Norris, Editor. 812 p., Chicago, 1890. A. Warner & Co., Pubs. 

KANAWHA COUNTY— 

History of Charleston and Kanawha County, West Virginia and 
representative citizens. By W. S. Laidley. 1021 p., Chicago, 1911. 
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co. 



r WEST VIRGINIA— Concluded 

^' LIST OF THE GOVEENOES, AND U. S. SENATOES OF WEST 
E VIEGIISriA, 1863-1906— 

r-r- With biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biog- 

r-xaphy, Index vol., p. 114.) 

: ilAEION COUNTY, WEST VIEGINIA— 

History and progress of the county of Marion, West Virginia, from 
its earliest settlement by the whites down to the present. By George 
A. Dxumington, Fairmount, W. Va., 1880. G. A. Dnnnington, Pub. 

MONONGAHELA VALLEY— 

Genealogical and personal history of the upper Monongahela Valley, 
West Virginia, under the editorial supervision of Bernard L. Butcher, 
with an account of the resources and industries of the upper Mononga- 
hela Valley and the tributary region. By James Morton Callahan, 
together with various historical articles by staff writers. Bernard Lee 
Butcher, ed. 3 vols., New York, W12. Lewis Historical Pub. Co. 

BITCHIE COUNTY— 

History of Eitchie County, with biographical sketches of its pio- 
' neers and their ancestors. By Minnie Kendall Lowther. 681 p., Wheel- 
. ing, W. Va., 1911. Wheeling News Litho. Co. 

^ SUMMEES COUNTY— 

History of Summers County, from the earliest settlement to the 
present time. J. H. Miller. 838 p., Hinton, W. Va., 1909. 

WISCONSIN 

CHIPPEWA COUNTY— 

Historical and biographical album of the Chippewa Valley, Wis., 
: including ancestral records of leading families. 950 p., Chicago. A. 
Wamer, 1891-92. 

DANE COUNTY— 

History of Dane County, Wisconsin. 1289 p., Chicago, 1880. Chi- 
cago Western Historical Co. 

DUNN COUNTY— 

Historical and biographical album of the Chippewa Valley, Wis- 
consin, including ancestral records of leading families. By George For- 
rester. 950 p., Chicago, 1891-92. A. Warner, Pub. 

EAU CLAIEE COUNTY— 

Historical and biographical album of the Chippewa Valley, Wis- 
consin, including ancestral records of leading families. George For- 
rester. 950 p., Chicago, 1891-92. A. Warner, Pub. 

HISTOEICAL SOCIETY— 

Wisconsin Magazine of History, 1917-1918, Madison, Wis. Pub- 
lished by the Society. 



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WISCONSIN— Concluded 

HISTOEY OF THE STATE OF WISCONSIN— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1836-1905. (In National 
Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol. XIII, pp. 72-80; see also 
Index vol., p. 114.) 

MILWAUKEE OLD SETTLERS^ CLUB— 

Early Milwaukee papers. Old Settlers' Clnb. 149 p., Milwaukee, 
1916. 

PEPIN COUNTY— 

Historical and biographical album of the Chippewa Valley, Wis- 
consin, including ancestral records of leading families. George For- 
rester. 950 p., Chicago; 1891-92. A. Warner, Pub. 

PRICE COUNTY, WISCONSIN— 

Historical and biographical album of the Chippewa Valley, Wis- 
consin, including ancestral records of leading families. George For- 
rester. 950 p., Chicago, 1891-92. A. Warner, Pub. 

VERNON COUNTY, WISCONSIN— 

History of Vernon County, Wisconsin. 826 p. Union Publishing 
Co., 1884., Springfield, 111. 

WALWORTH COUNTY— 

History of Walworth County, Wisconsin, containing biographical 
sketches. Chicago, 1882. Western Historical Society. 

WYOMING 

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF WYOMING— 

In the biographies of its governors, 1890-02. (In National Cyclo- 
pedia of American Biography, Vol. XI, pp. 482-483. See also Index 
vol., p. 115.) 

FAMILY HISTORIES 

ADAMS FAMILY— 

See Reminiscences and memorials of men of the Revolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzey. 

AKERS FAMILY— 

The Shearer-Akers family, combined with ^^The Bryan Line'' 
through the seventh generation — arranged to be continued indefinitely, 
both as a genealogy and a picture gallery in each of the three lines. 
James William Shearer. 171 p., SomerviUe, N. J., 1915. Press of the 
Somerset Messenger. 

ALBERTSON FAMILY— 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell Seamen Bunker. 



1^9 

FAMILY HISTORIES— 4::ontmued 

AMOS FAMILY— 

See Wallbridge. 

ANDREWS FAMILY— 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell Seamen Bunker. 

BAENEY FAMILY— 

Commodore Joshua Barney, United States Navy, 1776-1812. Com- 
piled by William Frederick Adams. 228 p. Privately printed, 1912. 
Springfield, Mass. 

BAENEY FAMILY— 

See Staples. 

BARRETT FAMILY— 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kingsbury. 

BAYLESS FAMILY— 

Genealogy and history of the Newkirk, Hamilton and BaylesB 
families. By T. J. Newkirk. 88 p. Privately printed. Evanston, 
111., 1916. 

BEARD FAMILY— 

Thomas Beard, the pioneer and founder of Beardstown, 111. By 
Rev. P. C. Croll, D. D. See pp. 207-236. In Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society. Vol. 10, No. 2, July, 1917. 

BEDELL FAMILY- 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell S. Bunker. 

BIRDSALL FAMILY— 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell S. Bunker. 

BLACK FAMILY— 

George Nelson Black. By Jessie Palmer Weber, pp. 285-290. 
In Pub. No. 14, 1909. Illinois State Historical Library. 

BLIN FAMILY— 

Blin — a short genealogy of one line of the Blin family descended 
from Peter Blin, the settler of Wethersfield, Connecticut, with a few 
notes, on the Tibbits family. J. W. Hill. 22 p., Peoria, 111., 1914. 

BOUTWELL FAMILY— 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kinsbury. 

BROWN FAMILY— 

See Christopher C. Brown, 1834-1904. By George N. Black, pp. 
381-389. In Pub. No. 10, 1905. Illinois State Historical Library. 

BROWN FAMILY— 

See Articles on James N. Brown, pp. 163-192. In Pub. No. 17, 
1912. Illinois State Historical Library. 
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FAMILY HISTORIES— Continaed 

BROWN FAMILY— 

See Reminiscences and memorials of men of the Revolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzey. 

BRUSH FAMILY— 
See Wallbridge. 

BURGWIN FAMILY— 

John Burg\\in, Carolinian; John Jones, Virginian; their ancestors 
and descendants. By Walter Burgwin Jones. 119 p., Montgomery, 
Ala. Printed 1913. 

BURNHAM FAMILY— 

See Article on John Howard Bumham. By Jessie Palmer Weber, 
pp. 32-36. In Publication No. 23, 1917. Illinois State Historical 
Library. 

BUTTERWORTH FAMILY— 

The arms of the Butterfield and Butterworth families. 8 p., Phila- 
delphia, 1912. Martin & Allardyce, 1912. 

CARNEY FAMILY— 

Genealogy of the Carney family, descendants of Mark Carney and 
Suzanne Goux, his wife, of Pownalboro, Maine, 1751-1903. 221 p., 
New York, 1904. 

CARPENTER FAMILY — 

Marshall family record with Haskell, Boutwell, Barrett, Wads- 
worth, White, Read, Maurice, Kingsbury, Holbrooke, Stevens, Car- 
penter and allied families. By Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bumside Kings- 
bury. Keene, N. H. W. T. Nines, 1913. 

CARR FAMILY— 

History and genealogy of the Epler, Oldwiler, Huckleberry, Carr 
and Ewing families. By Mrs. Emma Epler Knudson. 137 p., Spring- 
field, 111. n.d. 

CARTER FAMILY— 

Carter family of North Carolina descendants of Robert Carter of 
Bertie County, Richmond, Va. By Mrs. C. A. Foster Marbburg. 40 
]). Wliittct &: Shepperson, 1914. Richmond, Va. 

CASAD AND STITES FAMILIES— 

By Edmund J. James, pp. 39-59. In Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society. Vol. 7, No. 2, July, 1914. 

CASTOR FAMILY— 

The Castors of Castorland, the descendants of John de Castorer, 
an ensign in the Revolutionary War, who settled in Redfield, New 
York after the war. Philadelphia. Martin and Allardyce, 1910. 
XLII p. J 



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FAMILY 

CEEEfi FAMILY— 

See Jean Gabriei Cerre, a sketch by Walter B. Douglas, pp. 275- 
288. In Pub. No. 8, 1903. Illinois State Historical Library. 

CHAMBEES FAMILY— 

llie Shark Eiver District, Monmouth County, New Jersey, and 
genealogies of Chambers, Corlies, Drummond, Morris, Potter, Shafto, 
Webley and White. By George Castor Martin, Asbury Park, N. J. 
Martin & AUardyce, 1914. 

CHAPPELL FAMILY— 

A genealogical history of the Chappell, Dickie, and other kindred 
families of Virginia. Compiled by Phil. E. Chappell, Kansas City, 
Mo., 1895. 209 p., Kansas City, 1895. Tiernan-Havens Printing Co. 

CLAEK FAMILY— 

8ee Beckwith. 

CLAEK FAMILY— 

See Conquest of the Northwest. By Wm. H. English. Vol. 2, 
Indianapolis, Ind., 1896. The Bowen-Merrill Co., Pubs. 

CLAEKE FAMILY— 

The Clarke family. By Lena M. Nieman. 134 p., Los Angeles, 
Cal., 1905. Times-Mirror Printing House. 

€LENDENIN FAMILY— 

S3moptical family history giving sketches of the Glendoyn, Glen- 
dening, Glendenin, Glendening, etc., family historical and inferential. 
n.p. n.d. 20 p. 

CLEVELAND FAMILY— 

Life of Hon. Grover Cleveland, ex-president of U. S. A., a full 
account of his ancestry, boyhood, early struggles, recent political tri- 
umphs, marriage and home life, with a sketch of Adlai E. Stevenson. 
PoUtical Pub. Co., 1892. 

CLINCH FAMILY— 

Duncan Lament Clinch. (In Fort Sumter Memorial), 1915. 

COGNATE FAMILY— 

Memoranda of the Lees and Cognate families for three hundred 
years back, gathered chiefly from family sources. By J. N. Lee, D. D., 
son of William and Mary Lee. 47 p. De Kay Brothers, Printers, 
Waukegan, 111., 1898. 

COLES FAMILY— 
See Keve. 



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FAMILY HISTORIES— Contimied 

COLES FAMILY— 

Sketch of Edward Coles, second governor ot Illinois and of the 
slavery struggle of 1823-4. Prepared for the Chicago Historical Society 
by Elihn B. Washbume. 235 p., Chicago, 1882. Jansen, McClurg & 
Co., Pubs. 

COONS— GENEALOGICAL CHART— 

Percival Coons Wilbur. Palo Alto, Cal. 

COBLIES FAMILY— 

See The Shark River District, Monmouth County, New Jersey. 

CORY FAMILY— 

Some chronicles of the Cory family relating to Eliakim and Sarah 
Sayre Cory and their descendants, Westfield, N. J., Ballston Spa., 
N. Y., with others from ''John of Southold.^' By Harriet C. Dickin- 
son. 113 p.. New York, 1914. Tobias A. Wright, Printer and Pub- 
lisher. 

COULON DE VILLIERS FAMILY— 

Notes sur la famille Coulon de Villiers. Levis, Quebec, 1906. 
Bulletin des recherches historiques. 110 p. 

COURTRIGHT FAMILY— 

Ancestors and descendants of Reuben Couri:right. Pardon Head 
and Harriet Russell Head, Comps. 80 p., Marshalltown, la., 1915. 
Marshall Printing Co. 

COX FAMILY— 

Pioneer days of Major Lee Cox. By Charies E. Cox. pp. 585-592. 
In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. 10, No. 4, 
January, 1918. 

CULLOM FAMILY— 

The life and public services of Shelby M. Cullom. By H. A. Con- 
verse. See pp. 55-79. In Publication No. 20, 1914. Illinois State 
Historical Library. 

DABNEY FAMILY— 

Sketch of the Dabne/s of Virginia with some of their family 
records. William Henry Dabney, Comp. 197 p. S. D. Childs & Co., 
1888. 

DAVIS FAMILY— 

A trip to Billy Sunday. F. L. Davis. 8 p. Rowland & Ives, 
1915. 

DE BERRY FAMILY— 

See Vaughan family. 



FAMILY 

DEWEY FAMILY— 

See Wallbridge family. 

DEW FAMILY— 

See Vaughan family. 

DICKIE FAMILY— 

A genealogical history of the Chappell, Dickie, and other kindred 
families of Virginia. Compiled by Phil. E. Chappell. 209 p., Kansas 
City, 1895. Tierman-Havens Printing Co. 

DILLON FAMILY— 

Ancestral record of the Dillon, Hodgson, Fisher and Leonard 
families. Compiled by Isaiah Dillon. 183 p., Normal, 111., 1909. 

DEUMMOND FAMILY— 

See The Shark Eiver District, Monmouth Cbunty, New Jersey. 

DUNCAN FAMILY— 

Biographical sketch of Joseph Duncan, fifth governor of Illinois. 
Eead before the Historical Society of Jacksonville, 111., May 7, 1885. 
By Julia Duncan Kirby. Fergus Historical, Series No. 29, Chicago, 
1888. Fergus Printing Company. 

DUNLAP FAMILY— 

See Article on the celebration of the one hundredth birthday of 
Mrs. Dicy E. Dunlap near Jacksonville, 111. In Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society, pp. 98-100. Vol. 4, No. 1, April, 1911. 

DYAE FAMILY— 

A preliminary genealogy of the Dyar family. By Harrison Gray 
Dyar. 32 p., Washington, 1903. Gibson Bros. 

EDGAE FAMILY— 

See Ancestry and recollections of Mrs. John Young, Eochelle, 111. 
pp. 235-241. In Vol. 6, No. 2, July, 1913. Journal of the Illinois State 
Historical Society. 

EDGAE FAMILY— 

The life and times of Gen. John Edgar. By James H. Eoberts. 
See pp. 64-73. In Publication No. 12, 1907. Illinois State Historical 
Library. 

EDWARDS FAMILY— 

See Article on Benjamin Edwards. By Ernest MacPherson. pp. 
279-283. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 9, 
No. 3, October, 1916. 

ELLEEY FAMILY— 

See Eeminiscences and memorials of men of the Eevolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzey. 



134 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Contimied 

ELLIOT FAMILY— 

The John p]lliot family of Boscawen, New Hampshire. By Hem-y ' 
Ames Kimball. 124 p., Concord, N. H. The Rumford Press. 

EPLEE FAMILY— 

History of the Epler, Oldwiler, Huckleberry, Carr and Ewing 
families. By Mrs. Emma Epler Knudson. 137 p., Springfield, n.d. 

EWIXG FAMILY— 

See Epler family. By Mrs. Emma Epler Knudson. 

FASSETT FAMILY— 

See Wallbridge family. 

FELL FAMILY— 

The life of Jesse W. Fell. By Frances Milton Morehouse. 129 p. 
University of Illinois, 1916. Also pp. 71-76 in Publication No. 21. 
Transactions of the Illinois State Historical Society, 1915. 

FERRIER FAMILY— 

Thomas Ferrier and some of his descendants. Compiled by Eliza- 
beth Ferrier Lane. 56 p., Elkhorn, Wis., 1906. The Independent. 

FISHBACK FAMILY— 

Genealogy of the Fishback family in America, the descendants of 
John Fishback the emigrant, with an historical sketch of his family 
and of the colony at Germanna and Germantown, Virginia, 1714-1914. 
W. M. Kemper. 359 p., New York, 1914. T. M. Taylor, Pub. 

FISHER FAMILY— 
See Dillon family. 

FLAGG FAMILY— 

Family records of the descendants of Gershom Flagg (bom 1730) 
of Lancaster, Mass., with other genealogical records of the Flagg family, 
descended from Thomas Flegg of Watertown, Mass. and including the 
Flegg lineage in England. By Norman Gershom Flagg and Lucius C. 
S. Flagg. 173 p., Quincy, 111., 1907. Copyright, 1907. Lucius C. S. 
Flagg. Cadogan, Hatcher Mfg. Co., Pubs. 

FLAGG FAMILY— 

Pioneer letters of Gershom Flagg. Edited with introduction and 
notes by Solon J. Buck. See pp. 139-183. In Pub No. 15, 1910. Illi- 
nois State Historical Library. 

FLOEEY FAMILY- 
See Keve. 



135 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Continued 

FLOYD FAMILY— 

Biographical genealogies of the Virginia, Kentucky Floyd families, 
with notes of some collateral branches. By Nicholas Jackson Floyd. 
113 p., Baltimore, 1912. WilHams & Wilkins Co. 

FOBES FAMILY— 
See Wallbridge. 

FONTAINE FAMILY— 

See Memoirs of a Huguenot family. Transcribed and compiled 
by Eev. James Fontaine. 

FOOTE FAMILY— 

Foote family, comprising the genealogy and history of Nathaniel 
Foote of Wethersfield, Connecticut, and his descendants; also a partial 
record of descendants of Pasco Foote of Salem, Massachusetts; Richard 
Foote of Stafford County, Virginia and John Foote of New York City. 
Vol. 1, 607 p., Rutland, Vt., 1907. Marble City Press. The Tuttle 
Co., Pubs. 

FOED FAMILY— 

Governor Thomas Ford and his family. By Dr. J. F. Snyder, 
p. 45. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Vol. 3, 
No. 2, July, 1910. 

FORDHAM FAMILY— ^ 

See Article on the Fordhams and La Serres of the English settle- 
ment in Edwards County, Illinois. By Walter Colyer, Albion, 111. 
See pp. 43-54. In Publication No. 16, 1911. Illinois State Historical 
Library. 

FOUTCH FAMILY— 

By Adelbert Ellsworth Foutch, Buffalo, Mont., 1914. Letter. . 

FOX FAMILY— 

Genealogy of the Fox family. William A. Fox, Comp. Privately 
printed, 1915, Chicago. 31 p. 

FRENCH FAMILY— 

Aaron French and his descendants. Compiled by Charles Newton 
French. 31 p., Chicago, 1910. Privately printed. 

FRENCH FAMILY— 

The Indian stream republic and Luther Parker. By Grant Shower- 
man, Concord, N. H., 1915. New Hampshire Historical Society, Col- 
lections, Vol. 11. 

FULLWOOD FAMILY— 
See Keve family. 

GAGER FAMILY— 

See Wallbridge family. 



136 

FAMILY HISTORIES-^Contunied 

GILMAN FAMILY— 

Noyes-Gilman ancestry; being a series of sketches, with a chart of 
the ancestors of Charles Phelps Noyes and Emily H. (Gilman) Woyes, 
his wife. Charles Phelps Noyes, New York, 1907. Printed for the 
author by the Gilliss Press. 

GLENDOYN FAMILY— 

See Clendenin. 

GLENDENIXG FAMILY— 

See Clendenin. 

.GOODWIN FAMILY- 

The Goodwins of Hartford, Conn., descendants of William and 
Ozias Goodwin. James Junius Goodwin, Comp. Hartford, Conn., 
1891. 798 p. Brown & Cross, Pubs. 

GOODWIN FAMILY— 

Various ancestral lines of James Goodwin and Lucy (Morgan) 
Goodwin of Hartford, Conn. F. F. Starr, Comp. 2 vols., Hartford, 
Conn., 1915. Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, Press. 

60UDY FAMILY— 

A notable Illinois family. By Ensley Moore. See pp. 315-323. 
In Publication No. 12, 1907. Illiiiois State Historical Library. I 

GEANT FAMILY— 

The ancestry of General Grant and their contemporaries. By B4' 
ward Chauncey Marshall. 186 p.. New York, 1869. Sheldon & CoT^' 
pany. Pub. 

GRANT FAMILY— 

See Various biographies of General Ulysses S. Grant. 

GRATZ FAMILY— 

B. and M. Gratz, merchants in Philadelphia, 1754-1798; papers ^ 
interest to their posterity and the posterity of their associates. Willi^^^ 
A'inctent Byars, ed. 386 p., Jefferson CUty, Mo., 1916. The Auth. 
Pub. 

GREEN FAMILY— 

Family of Ezra Green, genealogy and general family histoi 
Bethelem, Litchfield County, Connecticut, 1754. Remsen, Onei^^ 
County, New York, 1824. By Charles R. Green. 32 p. Snyder, Kan^ 
1893. 

GREEN FAMILY— 

Family of Ezra and Amy Church Green, native place of, thei^ 
ten children, with date of birth and death where buried, date of mar<^ 
riage. n.p. n.d. 



137 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Continued 

GEESHAM FAMILY— 

Biographical and historical sketches of the Greshams of America 
and across the seas. A. T. Strange, Comp. 53 p., Hillsboro, 111., 1913. 

GEIFFITH FAMILY— 

See Ancestry and recollections of Mrs. John Young, Eochelle, 111. 
pp. 235-241. In Vol. 6, No. 2, July, 1913. Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society. 

GEISWOLD FAMILY— 

Family circle of Mrs. Ursula (Wolcott) Griswold. By Mr. Evelyn 
McCurdy Salisbury. 3 p., N^ew Haven, Conn., 1879. 

HAINES FAMILY— 

See Article on James Haines, pp. 37-44. In Publication Illinois 
State Historical Library No. 23, 1917. 

HALLOWELL FAMILY— 

Autobiography of Benjamin Hallowell; written at the request of 
Ms daughter Caroline H. Miller, for his children and grandchildren, 
in the seventy-sixth year of his age. 394 p., Philadelphia, Pa., 1883. 
Jb'riends B. K. Assc. 

JHALLUM FAMILY— 

See The diary of an old lawyer or scenes beliind the curtain. By 
John Hallum. 458 p., Nashville, Tenn., 1895. Southwestern Pub- 
lishing House. 

HAEEIS FAMILY— 

Harris family of Virginia from 1611 to 1914. By Thomas Henry 
^Harris. 34 p., Fredericksburg, Va., 1914. port. 

HASKELL FAMILY— 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kingsbury. 

3E[ASKINS FAMILY— 

Ealph Waldo Emerson, his maternal ancestors with some reminis- 
cjences of him. By D. G. Haskins. 59 p., Boston, 1886. Cupples, 
TJpham & Co. 

B:ILLS FAMILY— 

Joseph Hills and the Massachusetts laws of 1648, reprinted from 
"the history of Maiden, Mass., 1633-1785. D. P. Corey. 185 p., Boston. 
XV. S. HUls, 1899. 

lEODGES FAMILY— 

Almon Danforth Hodges and his neighbors, an autobiographical 
sietch of a typical old New Englander. Edited by Almon Danforth 

odges. 353 p., Boston, 1909. Privately printed. T. E. Marvin & 

on, Printers. 



138 

FAMILY HISTORIES-^Continiied 

HODGSON FAMILY— 

Ancestral record of the Dillon, Hodgson, Fisher and Leonard fam- 
ilies. Isaiah Dillon, Comp. 183 p.. Normal, 111., 1909. 

I 

HOLBROOKE FAMILY— ! 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kinsbiiry. 

HOOKER FAMILY— 

Homes of the Massachusetts, ancestors of Major General Joseph 
Hooker. By I. P. Gragg. 24 p., Boston, 1900. 

HORD FAMILY— 

The Hord family of Virginia, a supplement to the genealogy of the . 
Hord family, Philadelphia, 1915. Arnold Harris Hord, Comp. 119 p. : 

HOSMER FAMILY— 

James Hosmer, Cambridge, 1635, settled in Concord, Mass. Har- 
riet Hosmer, Everett Hosmer Barney, George Murray Barney. 57 p., 
Springfield, Mass., 1911. Privately printed. 

HUCKLEBERRY FAMILY— 

See Epler family. By Mrs. Emma Epler Knudson. 

HULL FAMILY— 

A record of the descendants of George Hull. 53 p.. Oak Park, 111., 
1909. 

HUTCHINSOlSr FAMILY— 

The diary and letters of His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Cap- 
tain General and governor-in-chief of Massachusetts Bay. Compiled 
from the original documents still remaining in the possession of his 
descendants. By Peter Orlando Hutchinson. 2 vols. London. S. Low, 
Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1883-86. 

IRISH FAMILIES— 

A genealogical history of Irish families, with their crests a^^ 
armorial bearings. By John Rooney. 531 p., 1895, Washington, D. C. 

JACKSON FAMILY— 

A genealogical history of the Scripps family and its various alU' 
ances. By J. E. Scripps. 87 p. Printed for private circulation, D^' 
troit, 1903. 

JAMES FAMILY— 

Edmund Janes James. Journal of the Illinois State Historic^*- 
Society, Vol. 7, No. 2, July, 1914. 

JENKIN FAMILY— 
See Vaughan family. 



139 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Cantinued 

rONES FAMILY— 

John Burgwin, Carolinian; John Jones, Virginian; their ancestors 
ind descendants. By Walter Burgwyn Jones. 119 p., Montgomery, 
ila., 1913. 

IvETCHUM FAMILY— 

Bible records and unpublished history. Adelia Pool Mears. Type- 
iyritten, Chicago, 1919. 

KEVE FAMILY— 

History of the Keve family; also short histories of the Coles, the 
Fullwoods, the Latourettes, the Floreys, the Whipples, the Longs. By 
J. F. Keve. 72 p., Arlington, Iowa. n.d. 

KINNEY FAMILY— 

See sketch of William Kinney. By James Affleck. In Pub. No. 
13, 1908. Illinois State Historical Library. 

KINGSBURY FAMILY— 

Marshall family record, with Haskell, Boutwell, Barrett, Wads- 
worth, White, Eead, Maurice, Kingsbury, Holbrooke, Stevens, Car- 
penter and allied families. By Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burnside Kings- 
bury. 103 p., Keene, N. H., 1913. W. T. Nims, Pub. 

KIEKLAND FAMILY— 

See Reminiscences and memorials of men of the Revolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzey. 

KITE FAMILY— 

The Kite family, a fragmentary sketch of the family from its 
origin in the 9th Century to the present day. By Virginia A. Kite 
of Marksville, Va. 122 p. n.d. 

KITTERMAN FAMILY— 

Brief history of the Kitterman family. Broadside. By John Kit- 
terman, Tiskilwa, 111. n.d. 

KOERNER FAMILY— 

Memoirs of Gustave Koerner, 1809-1896; life sketches written at 
'he suggestion of his children. Edited by T. J. McCormack. 2 vols. 
3edar Rapids, la., 1909. Torch Press. 

:uAMBERT FAMILY— 

Of Milford, Connecticut. See History of the Colony of New 
iaven. By Edward Rodolphus Lambert. Pub. New Haven, 1838. 
litchcock & Stafford. 

^AMPTON FAMILY— 

Sketch of the Lampton family in America, 1740-1914. By Clayton 
Ceith. 59 p., Louisiana, Mo., 1914. 



140 

FAMILY HISTORIES-Contmned 

LATOUEETTE FAMILY— 

See Keve. 

LEAVERTON FAMILY— 

John Foster Leaverton, soldier of the American Eevolution. By 
Mrs. Nancy J. Leaverton Sale. See pp. 139-147. In Journal of the 
Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 10, No. 1, April, 1917. 

LEE FAMILY— 

Memoranda of the Lees and Cognate families for three hundred 
years back, gathered chiefly from family sources. By J. N. Lee, D.D., 
son of William and Mary Lee. 47 p. De Kay Brothers, Printers, 
Waukegan, 111., 1898. 

LEHMAN FAMILY— 

See Wallbridge family. 

LEONAED FAMILY— 

See Dillon family. 

LINCOLN FAMILY— 

See Keminiscences and memorials of men of the Bevolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzy. 

LOMAX FAMILY— 

John Lomax, 1637-1694. Genealogy of the Virginia family of 
Lomax. 79 p., Chicago. Band, McNally & Co., 1913. 

LONG FAMILY— 

A Eevolutionary soldier and some of his family. By G. Frank 
Long. See pp. 282-286. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
Society, Vol. 7, No. 3, October, 1914. 

LONG FAMILY— 
See Keve. 

LOOMIS FAMILY— 

Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America and his antecedents in 
the old world. By Elisha S. Loomis. 859 p., 1908, copy No. 416. 

LOVELL FAMILY— 

Kobert Lovell genealogy. (In Weymouth, Mass. Historical So- 
ciety, Publications No. 1, pp. 109-116.) 

LUDLAM FAMILY— 

Genealogical sketch of the Ludlam family from the early settle- 
ment of Cape May Countv, N. J., 1692. A. J. Ludlam, Comp. 19 p., 
Springfield, 111., 1878. H. W. Eokker, Printer. 



FAMILY HISTORIES-^Continued 

liUNDY FAMILY— 

See Article on Benjamin Lnndy, a pioneer of freedom. By George 
A. Lawrence. In Publication Ko. 19, 1913. Illinois State Historical 
library. 

LUNDY FAMILY— 

The life, travels and opinions of Benjamin Lnndy. Compiled nnder 
the direction and on behalf of his children. 316 p., Philadelphia, 1847. 
Published by William D. Parrish. 

MoCLERNAND FAMILY— 

See Article on General John A. McClernand. By Alfred Oren- 
dorff. pp. 80-85. In Publication Ko. 6, Illinois State Historical Li- 
"brary, 1901. 

MoKINLEY FAMILY— 

The Scotch ancestors of William McKinley. E. A. Claypool. 45 
p., Chicago, 1897. 

McEEYNOLDS FAMILY— 

Biographical and historical sketches of the Gresham's of America 
and across the seas. A. T. Strange, Comp. 53 p., Hillsboro, 111., 1913. 

MAJOR FAMILY— 

The Majors and their marriages. J. B. Cabell. 188 p., Richmond, 
Va., 1915. Dumbarton Grange, Dumbarton, Va. W. C. Hill Print- 
ing Co. 

MANIERRE FAMILY— 

The Manierre family in early Chicago history. By George Man- 
ierre. See pp. 448-458. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
Society, Vol. 8, No. 3, October, 1915. 

MANIERRE FAMILY— 

Reminiscences in the lives of George and Ann E. Manierre. By 
George Manierre. Typewritten copy. 

MARSHALL FAMILY— 

Marshall family record, with Haskell, Boutwell, Barrett, Wads- 
worth, White, Read, Maurice, Kingsbury, Holbrooke, Stevens, Car- 
penter and Allied families. By Mr. and Mrs. Burnside Kingsbury. 
Keene, N. H., 1913. W. T. Nims. 

MARTIN FAMILY— 

See Casad and Stites family. By Edmund J. James, pp. 39-59. 
In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 7, No. 2, July, 
1914. 

MAURICE FAMILY— 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kingsbury. 



142 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Contmued 

MAUEY FAMILY— 

See Memoirs of a Hugiienot family. 

MAY FAMILY— 

My ancestors; a memorial of John Paine and Mary Ann May of 
East Woodstock, Conn. Compiled by their son Lyman May Paine of 
Chicago, 111. 240 p., Chicago, 111., 1914. Privately printed. 

MEECH FAMILY— 

See Wallbridge family. 

MESSINGEK FAMILY— 

A genealogical history of the Scripps family and its various alli- 
ances. J. E. Scripps, Detroit, 1903. 87 p. 

MOOBE FAMILY— 

Genealogy and recollections. By Albert Arthur Moore. 170. p., 
San Francisco, 1915. Blair-Murdock Co. 

MOEGAN FAMILY— 

Various ancestral lines of James Goodwin and Lucy (Morgan) 
Goodwin of Hartford, Conn. F. F. Starr, Comp. 2 vols., Hartford, 
Conn., 1915. Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, Press. 

MOEEILL FAMILY— 

The Morrills and reminiscences. By Charles Henry Morrill. 160 
p. University Pub. Co., Chicago, 111. and Lincoln, Neb. 

MOEEIS FAMILY— 

See The Shark Eiver District, Monmouth County, New Jersey. 

MUNEOE FAMILY— 

See Eeminiscences and memorials of men of the Eevolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzey. 

NEWKIEK FAMILY— 

Genealogy and history of the Newkirk, Hamilton and Bayless fant- 
ilies. T. J. Newkirk. 88 p. Privately printed, Evanston, 111., 1916. 

NIXON FAMILY— 

The families of French of Belturbet and Nixon of Fermanagh a^^ 
their descendants. Henry Biddall Swansy. 211 p. A. Thon & Co^^. 
Dublin, 1908. 

NOEEIS FAMILY OF MAEYLAND— 

Thomas M. Myers. 119 p.. New York, 1916. Wm. M. Clemeix^' 

NOYES FAMILY— 

Noyes — Oilman ancestry; being a series of sketches with a cha^S^ 
of the ancestors of Charles Phelps Noyes and Emily H. (Gilmaii'>^ 
Noyes, his wife. By Charles Phelps Noyes. 467 p., St. Paul, Minrp-^ 
1907. Printed for the author by the Gilliss Press, N. Y. 



143 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Continued 

3LDWILEE FAMILY— 

See Epler family. By Mrs. Emma Epler Knudson. 

OEENDORPF FAMILY— 

The life and services of Alfred Orendorff. By James A. Creightonr 
See pp. 34-37. In Pub. No. 15, 1910. Illinois State Historical Library. 

OSBOENE FAMILY— 

In History of Trumbull and Mahoning Counties, Ohio. 
See also Morgan County, Illinois Scrap Book. 

OTIS FAMILY— 

See Eeminiscences and memorials of men of the Eevolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzey. 

OVEEMYEE FAMILY— 

Overmyer history and genealogy from 1680 to 1905. Barnhart B. 
Overmyer and J. C. Overmyer. 297 p., Fremont, Ohio, 1905. The 
Author. 

PAIXE FAMILY— 

My ancestors, a memorial of John Paine and Mary Ann May of 
East Woodstock, Conn. Compiled by their son Lyman May Paine of 
Chicago. 111. 240 p., Chicago, 111., 1914. • Printed for private circu- 
lation. 

PAKKEE FAMILY— 

The Indian stream republic and Luther Parker. Grant Showerman. 
^72 p., Concord, N. H., 1915. (New Hampshire Historical Society, 
Collections Vol. 11.) 

^AEKEE FAMILY— 

See Eeminiscences and memorials of men of the Eevolution and 
heir families. By A. B. Muzzy. 

^AESONS FAMILY— 

See Article on Lewis Baldwin Parsons. Bv Julia E. Parsons. In 
Pub. No. 13, 1908. Illinois State Historical Library. 

-^ATEESON FAMILY— 

The life of John Paterson, Major-General in the Eevolutionary 
^.rmy. By his great-grandson, Thomas Egleston. 293 p., N. Y. and 
Ijondon, 1894. G. P. Putnam^s Sons. 

PEEEAULT FAMILY— 

La vie de Joseph Francois Perrault sur-nomme le pere de Feduca- 
ion du peuple Canadien. Philippe Baby Casgrain, 173 p. 



lU 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Cantmued 

PIEBREPONT FAMILY— 

Pierrepont genealogies from Xormau times to 1913, with paxticulai 
attention paid to the line of descent from Hezekiah Pierpont, youngest 
son of Rev. James Pierpont of New Haven. By R. Bumham Moffat. 
211 p., New York, 1913. L. Middlediteh Co. 

PITTS FAMILY— 

See Article on David B. Sears, p. 315 in Journal of the Illinois 
State Historical Society, Vol. 8, No. 2, July, 1915. 

POTTER FAMILY— 

See The Shark River District, Monmouth County, New Jersey. 

QUINCY FAMILY— 

See Reminiscences and memorials of men of the Revolution and 
their families. By A. B. Muzzey. 

READ FAMILY— 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kinshury. 

REYNOLDS FAMILY— 

Partial genealogy of John Reynolds with a chapter of heraldry 
extending back to 1327. Alvah Reynolds, Comp. 160 p., Altona, 111., 
1916. 

REYNOLDS FAMILY— 

Re}Tiolds, John. Life and Times. Chicago Historical Society. 
395 p. Fergus Printing Co., 1879. 

ROBERTS FAMILY— 

See Biographical sketch of Peyton Roberts, pp. 331-334, in Pub. 
No. 13, 1908. Illinois State Historical Library. 

RYERSON FAMILY— 

The Ryerson genealogy, fidited by Alfred L. Holman, 433 p., 
Chicago, 1916. E. L. Ryerson. 

ST. ANGE FAMILY— 

See Article on the Sieurs de St. Ange. By Walter B. Douglas, pp- 
135-146, in Pub. No. 14, 1909. Illinois State Historical Library. 

SCOTT FAMILY— 

The Scotch-Irish and Charles Scott^s descendants and related 
families. By Orion C. Scott, M. A., a great-grandson. Ill p, n.p.,n.d' 

SCOTT FAMILY— 

bee Wallbridge family. 

SCRIPPS FAMILY— 

A genealogical history of the Scripps family and its various alliances - 
James Edmund Scripps. 87 p., Detroit, 1903. Printed for private 
circulation. ^ 



145 

FAMILY HISTORIES^-^Continiied 

^ARS FAMILY— 

David B. Sears, pioneer in the development of the water power of 
? Mississippi River. Compiled mainly from data supplied by his son, 
ivid Sears of Sears, HI. pp. 300-315, in Journal of tibe Illinois State 
istorical Society, Vol. 8, No. 2, July, 1915. 

MPLE FAMILY— 

See Article on (Jen. James Semple. By Mary Sempel Ames Cush- 
in. pp. 62-74, in Pub. No. 10, 1905, Illinois State Historical Library. 

5YM0UR FAMILY— 

Richard Seymour of Hartford and Norwalk, Conn., and some of his 
scendants. By Seymour Morris. Reprint from the New England 
storical and Genealogical Register for July, 1918. 15 p., Chicago. 

lAFTO FAMILY— 
See The Shark River District, Monmouth County, 'Sew Jersey. 

IIELDS FAMILY— 

See Article on General James Shields. By Francis O'Shaughnessy. 
. 113-123, in Pub. No. 21, 1915. Illinois State Historical Library. 

[INER FAMILY— 

The descendants of George Huse Shiner; completes record of his 
cendants to date, January 1, 1915. Harry Lawrence Shiner, Kansas 
y, 1915. 

ORT FAMILY— 

The story of my ancestry, and of early life in Illinois. By Susan 
)rt May. pp. 119-128, in Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
iety. Vol. 6, No. 1, April, 1913. 

EDLEY FAMILY— 

Genealogy of the Smedley family, descended from George and Sarah 
3dley, with brief notices of other families of the name. Gilbert Cope, 
ap. 15 p., Lancaster, Pa., 1901. 

JTHERN FAMILIES— 

Notable southern families. Vol. I. Compiled by Zella Armstrong, 
p., Chattanooga, Tenn. The Lookout Publishing Co., 1918. 

2ARS FAMILY— 

See Article on Mary Spears. (Reprinted from Putnam's Magazine 
^ch, 1853.) pp. 152-171. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical 
iety. Vol. 9, Ko. 1, April, 1916. 

tINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS, FAMILIES, 1636-1844— 

Compiled from town and church records. Thomas B. Warren, 
ip. 16 p., Springfield, Mass. T. B. Warren, 1898. 

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146 

FAMILY HISTORIES-ConliMed 

STAFFORD FAMILY— 
See Wallbridge family. 

STAPLES FAMILY— 

Wealtha Staples, with records relating to some of the Berkley- 
Taunton, Mass., families. Copyrighted, 1911. By William Frederidc 
Adams. 70 p. Privately printed, Springfield, Mass., 1911. 

STEPHENS FAMILY— 

The American genealogical record, giving the genealogy of some 
American families, tracing their ancestry to ante-revolutionary times, 
the Stephens family with collateral branches. E. S. Clark. 186 p., San 
Francisco, 1892. J. Winterbum Co., Pub. 

STEVENS FAMILY— 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kinsbury. 

STEVENSON FAMILY— 

See Article on Adlai E. Stevenson. By John W. Cook. In Publi- 
cation No. 21, 1915. Illinois State Historical Library. 

STITES FAMILY— 

The Stites and James Genealogy. By Edmund Janes James, New 
York Genealogical and Biographical Record, October, 1897. Journal 
of the Historical Society, Vol. 7, No. 2, July, 1914. 

STOUT FAMILY— 

The Stout family of Delaware with the story of Penelope Stout 
T. H. Streets. 107 ]p., Philadelphia, 1916. (Some allied families of 
Kent County, Delaware.), 

STUART FAMILY— 

See Article on Major John T. Stuart. By C. C. Brown, pp. 109- 
114. In Pub. No. 7, 1902. Illinois State Historical Library. 

STUBBLEFIELD FAMILY— 

Eobert Stubblefield, and his son, John Stubblefield, pioneers of 
McLean County, Illinois. By George W. Stubblefield. See pp. 525- 
530. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 6, No. 4, 
January, 1914. 

STUDLEY FAMILY— 

The Studley family reunion, Neponset, 111., August 30, 1913. His- 
torical sketch. By E." F. Norton, pp. 132-133. In tToumal of the 
Illinois State Historical Society, Vol. 7, No. 1, April, 1914. 

THOMPSON FAMILY— 

The descendants of John Capen, 1765-1849, and Ehoda Thomps(»J» 
with some account of his ancestry. Charles L. Capen, Comp. 20 p«» 
Bloomington, n.d. 



147 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Continued 

BBITS FAMILY— 

Blin; a short genealogy of one line of the Blin family, descended 
m Peter Blin, the settler of Wethersfield, Conn., with a few notes 
the Tibbits family. J. W. Hill. 22 p., Peoria, 111., 1914. 

N" FAMILY— 

Brennan, George A. Address on the Ton family at reunion, 1918. 
Dlished in the Calumet Indjex. 

RNEK FAMILY— 

Mrs. Kernhappueh Turner, a heorine of 1776. Address by G. S. 
idshaw, Esq. 9 p. GreenesJaoro, N^. C. Published by the Guilford 
;tle Ground Co. 

:n duzer family— 

Golden wedding of William Armstrong Jessup and Mary Jane Van 
zer Jessup, 1853-1903. Theodore Jessup. 32 p., Chicago, 1903. 

.:t^ RENSSLAER FAMILY— 

A legacy of historical gleanings with autographs. By Catharina 
E. Bonney. 2 vols. Albany, N. Y., 1875. J. MunseU. 

JiNUM FAMILY— 

The Varnums of Dracutt (in Massachusetts) a history of George 
mum, his son Samuel, who came to Ipswich about 1635, and grand- 
s Thomas, John and Joseph, who settled in Dracutt, and their de- 
adants. John Marshall Varnum, Comp. Boston, 1907. D. Clapp 
Jon. 

.UGHAN FAMILY— 

The Vaughan family of Hertford County, North Carolina. By Ex- 
ige Benj. B-. Winbome. 104 p., Ealeigh, JST. C, 1909. Edwards & 
)ughton Printing Co. 

i 

LDSWORTH FAMILY— 
See Marshall family. By F. B. Kinsbury. 

lllace family— 

The Wallace family in America, being an account of the founders 
[ first colonial families, and an official list of the heads of families 
the name resident in the United States in 1790. James A. Phelps, 
p., New York, 1914. W. M. Clemens. 

.LLBRIDGE FAMILY— 

Descendants of Henry Wallbridge, who married Anna Amos, De- 
iber 25, 1688, at Preston, Conn., with some notes on the allied 
ilies of Brush, Fassett, Dewey, Fobes, Gager, Lehman, Meech, Staf- 
i, Scott. Compiled by William Gedney Wallbridge. 369 p., Phila- 
3hia, 1898. Press of Franklin Printing Co. 



148 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Contmued 

WAED FAMILY— 

Genealogy of the family of Josiah Ward, sixth generation from 
William Ward. 16 p., Ottawa, 111., 1914. 

WABBEN FAMILY— 

The Warrens of Warrenville, 111. See Article on by Harriet N. 
Warren Dodson. pp. 124-137. In Publication No. 21, 1915. Illinois 
State Historical Library. 

WEBLEY FAMILY— 

See The Shark Biver District, Monmouth County, New Jersey. 

WESTON FAMILY— 

In memoriam Hon. Gershom Bradford Weston, Deborah Brownell 
Weston of Massachusetts. Edmund Brownell Weston. 93 p.. Provi- 
dence, B. I. Author, 1916. 

WHIPPLE FAMILY— 
See Keve. 

WHITE FAMILY— 

See Marshall family. By F. B. Kinsbury. 

WHITE FAMILY— 

See The Shark Biver District, Monmouth County, New Jersey. 

WILLET FAMILY— 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell S. Bunker. 

WILLIAMS FAMILY— 

See Ancestry of thirty-three Ehode Islanders. John Osborne Aus- 
tin. 139 p., Albany, N. Y. Joel MunselFs Sons, Pub. 

WILLIAMS FAMILY— 

Ancestry of Lawrence Williams. Part I, Ancestry of his father, 
Simeon Breed Williams, descendant of John Williams of Newbury and 
Havenhill, Mass., 1600-1674. Part II, ancestry of his mother, ComeUa 
Johnston, descendant of Thomas Johnston of Boston, Mass., 1708-1767. 
Compiled by Cornelia Bartow Williams. 291 p., Chicago, 1915. B. 
Donnelley & Sons Co. 

WILLIAMS FAMILY— 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell S. Bunker. 

WILLIS FAMILY— 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell S. Bunker. 

WOLCOTT FAMILY— 

Family circle of Mrs. Ursa (Wolcott) Griswold. 3 p. New Haven, 
Conn., 1879. 



149 

FAMILY HISTORIES— Concluded 

WRIGHT FAMILY— 

See Long Island genealogies. By Mary Powell S. Bunker. 

YOUNG FAMILY— 

Ancestry and recollections of Mrs. John Young Rochelle, Illinois. 
See pp 235-241. In Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 
Vol. 6, No. 2. July 1913. 

GENERAL WORKS 

AMERICAN CHRISTIANITY— 

A History of American Christianity. Leonard Woolsey Bacon. 
429 p., Scribners, N. Y., 1916. (American Church History Series.) 

AMERICAN CHURCH HISTORY- 
IS vols., New York, 1902-16. Scribners. 

AMERICAN GENEALOGICAL RECORD— 

Giving the genealogy of some American families tracing their an- 
cestry to anti-revolutionary times; the Stephens family with collateral 
branches. By E. S. Clark. 185 p., San Francisco, 1892. J. Winter- 
bum Co., Pubs. 

APPLETON^S CYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY— 

Edited by James Grant Wilson and John Piske. 6 vols.. New 
York, 1887-89. D. Appleton & Co., Pubs. 

BAPTIST CHURCH— 

A history of the Baptist Church in the United States. Albert 
Henry Newman. 545 p. (American Church History Series) N. Y. 
Scribners, 1915. 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PRE-EMINENT AMERI- 
CANS— 

F. G. Harrison. 2 vols, in one. Boston Consolidated Book Co. 
n.d. 

BURKE, (SIR) BERNARD C.B. LL.D.— 

Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baron- 
tage, together with memoirs of the Privy Councillors and Knights. By 
Sir Bernard Burke, C.B. LL.D. 1740 p., London, 1888. Harrison & 
Sons, Pubs. 

CATHOLIC CHURCH— 

A history of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States. 
Thomas O'Gorman. 515 p., New York. Scribners, 1907. (American 
Church Hist. Series.) 



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150 

GENERAL WORKS— Contimied 

CHKISTIAN CHURCH— A HISTORY OF THE DISCIPLES OF 
CHRIST— 

The Society of Friends, the United Brethem in Christ and the 
Evangelical Association; Bibliography of American Church History. 
By Samuel Macauley Jackson, Benjamin Bushrod Tyler and others. 
519 p., New York. Scribners, 1908. (American Church History 
Series.) 

COAT OF ARMS— 

The Coat of Arms of your family, what the symbols are and what 
they mean. (In National Magazine November, 1916. pp. 214-19.) 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH— 

A history of the Congregational Churches in the United States. 
Williston Walker. 415 p., New York. Scribners, 1916. (American 
Church Hist. Series.) 

DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY— 

F. S. Drake, Boston, 1874. Osgood Pub. 

EMINENT AMERICANS— 

Comprising brief biographies of leading statesmen, patriots, orators 
and others, men and women who have made American history. By 
3enson J. Lossing, New York, 1881. American Book Exchange. 

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY— 

Vols. I, II, III. Published under the direction of The American 
Historical Society, Inc. New York, 1917, 1918. 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH— 

A history of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States 
of America. Charles Comfort Tiffany. 593 d.. New York. Scribners, 
1916. (American Church History Series.) 

FAIRBAIRN^S CRESTS OF THE LEADING FAMILIES— 

In Great Britain and Ireland and their kindred in other lands- 
By James Fairbaim. 2 vols, in one. N. Y., 1911. Heraldic Pub. Co. 

GENEALOGICAL REGISTER OF THE FIRST SETTLERS O^ 
NEW ENGLAND— 

John Farmer. 352 p. Carter, Andrews & Co., 1829. 

GENEALOGY AND HERALDRY, THE DERIVATION AlT^ 
MEANING OF SURNAMES— 

Leonard Wilson. ; (In National Magazine, August, 1916, p' 
789-94.) 

GENEALOGY— 

The Study of Genealogy. By Mrs. Harriet Taylor. See pp. 67-8 
In Pub. No. 14, 1909. Illinois State Hist. Library. 



151 

GENERAL WORKS— Continued 

EAT BRITAIN— 

American and English genealogies in the library of Congress; 
liminary catalogue compiled under the direction of the chief of the 
alogue division. 806 p. Washington Government Printing OflSce, 
.0. 

CEALDRY— 

The Coat of Arms of your family what the symbols are and what 
y mean. By Leonard Wilson, pp. 214-19. In National Magazine, 
vember, 1916. 

i3RALDRY— 

Genealogy and heraldry, the derivation and meaning of surnames. 
Dnard Wilson, pn. 789^-94. (In National Magazine, August, 1916.) 

ERALDRY— 

Some important heraldic changes, their meaning and symbolism. 
Dnard Wilson, p. 551. (In National Magazine, January, 1917.) 

DLLAND SOCIETY— 

List of the presidents of the Holland Society, 1885-1906, with 
►graphics. (In National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Index 
., p. 144.) 

JGUENOT SOCIETY OP AMERICA— 

Jjist of the presidents, 1883-1906, with biographies. CIn National 
clopedia of American Biography, Index vol., p. 151.) 

ELAND— 

Map of noble Erin Island of Kings, showing the localities and 
Les of the principal old Irish familities. 17x21 in., 1914. 

ISH— 

Biographical history of the American Irish in Chicago. Charles 
ench. Editor. 808 p., Chicago. American Biographical Pub. Co., 
97. 

ISH— 

Erin Island of Eangs — Map of noble Erin Island of Kings, show- 
5 the localities and titles of the principal old Irish families. Post- 
spatch, St. Louis, 1914. 



ISH— 

Families, a genealogical history of Irish families, with their crests 
d armorial bearings. By John Rooney. 531 p., 1895, Washington, 
C. 

ISH IN THE UNITED STATES— 

Eesolution regarding St. Patrick's Day, 1911. E. J. Glackin. (In 
xiois Senate Journal, March 16, 1911. pp. 6-7.) 



152 

GENERAL WORKS— Gontmiied 

LAWYERS— 

Notable lawyers of the West, including members of the United 
States Supreme Court, Supreme Courts of several states, and prominent 
lawyers in the western states. 186 p., Chicago, 1902. Inter Ocean 
Newspaper Company. 

LIVES OF THE SIGNERS OF THE DECLARATION OF INDE- 
PENDENCE— 
By Charles A. Goodrich. 460 p.. New York. Reed, 1829. 

LUTHERAN CHURCH— 

A history of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States. 
Henry Eyster Jacobs. 539 p. Scribners, New York, 1912. (American 
Church History Series.) 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

History of the Methodists in the United States. James Monroe 
Buckley. 714 p. New York. Scribners, 1907. (American Church 
History Series.) 

METHODIST CHURCH— 

Reminiscences historical and biographical of sixiy-four years in the 
ministry. By Rev. Henry Boehm. Edited by Bev. Joseph B. Wakeley. 
493 p., New York, 1866. Carlton & Porter. 

NATIONAL CYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY— 

New York. White, 1891-1906. 

NEW ENGLAND, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF— 

1620-1789. By William B. Weeden. 2 vols., Boston and New 
York, 1891. Houghton, Mifflin Co. 

NOTABLE MEN OP THE WEST— 

Chicago Inter Ocean Newspaper Co., 1902. 

NOTABLE SOUTHERN FAMILIES— 

Vol. I, compiled by Zella Armstrong. 247 p., Chattanooga, Tenn. 
The Lookout Publishing Co., Pubs., 1918. 

ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-EIGHT GENERATIONS FROM 
ADAM— 

Being a pedigree traced from Adam to the present time. By (Jeorge 
Edward Congdon. 55 p., Hiawatha, Kansas. E. Herbert, Pub., 1910. 

PILGRIM FATHERS— 

The founding of a nation ; the story of the Pilgrim fathers, their 
voyage on the Mayflower, their early struggles, hardships and dangers, 
and the beginnings of American democracy, as told in the Journals 
of Francis Beaumont, Cavalier. By Frank Moody, Gregg. 2 vols 
Cleveland, 1915. The Author. H. Clark Co., Pubs 



153 

GENERAL WORKS— Continued 

PIOXEER HEROES AND DAEING DEEDS— 

The lives and famous exploits of hero explorers, renowned frontier 
fighters and celebrated early settlers of America. A history of the most 
interesting events of border life, from the earliest times to the present. 
By D. M. Kelsey. 578 p., Philadelphia, Pa., 1882. Scammell & Co. 

PEESBYTERIAJSr CHURCH IN AMERICA— 

A history of the Presbyterian Church in America from its origin 
until the year 1760, with biographical sketches of its early ministers, 
with a memoir of the author by the Rev. C. Van Rensselaer and an 
historical introduction by the Rev. William Blackwood. 720 p. Richard 
Webster. 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH— 

A history of the Presbyterian Churches in the United States. 
Robert Ellis Thompson. 415 p. Scribners, N. Y., 1907. (American 
Church History Series.) 

QUAKERS— 

Southern Quakers and Slavery — a study in Institutional History. 
By Stephen B. Weeks, Ph. D. 400 p., Baltimore, 1896. The Johns 
Hopkins Press. 

SCOTCH-IRISH— 

The Scotch-Irish in America. By Henry Jones Ford. 607 p., 
Princeton, N. J., 1915. Princeton University Press. 

SCOTCH-IRISH IN AMERICAN HISTORY— 

By Robert A. Gray. See pp. 308-313. In Pub. No. 9, 1904. 
Illinois State Historical Library. 

UNITARIAN CHURCH— 

A history of the Unitarians and the Universalists in the United 
States. Joseph Henry Allen and Richard Eddy. 506 p.. New York. 
Scribners, 1903. (American Church History Series.) 

UNITED STATES BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY— 

And portrait gallery of eminent and self-made men. Illinois 
Volume. 861 p., Chicago, 1883. American Biographical Pub. Co. 

UNITED STATES GENEALOGY— 

First American ancestors and their descendants, with biographies. 
Compiled by G. Derby. (In National Cyclopedia of American Bio- 
graphy, Index Vol. pp. 657-715.) 

UNIVERSAL PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY OF BIOGRAPHY 
AND MYTHOLOGY— 

By Joseph Thomas. New 3d edition revised and brought up to 
1901. 2 vols. J. B. Lippincott Co., 1901. 



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GENERAL WORKS-Condaded 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

The Colonial merchants and the American Revolution, 1763-1'^^76. 
By Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Ph. D. 647 p., Xew York, 1918. ^ 

Studies in History, Economics and Public Law. Vol. LXXVl^MH. 
Whole No. 182, N. Y., 1918. Columbia University. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

John Gray of Mount Vernon, the last soldier of the Bevoluti— ^^' 
By John Gray. G4 p., Washington, 1868. Gibson Bros. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

Mrs. Kemhappuch Turner, a heroine of 1776. Address by 6. ^• 

Bradshaw, Esq., 1902. 8 p., Greensboro, N. C. Published by tl^ ^^ 
Guilford Battle Grounds Co., n.d. 

WAR OF THE REVOLUTION— 

■ 

Reminiscences and memorials of men of the Revolution and the^^^^^ 
families. By A. B. Muzzey. 424 p., Boston. Estes & Lauriat, 188 ^^* 

WAR OF 1812— 

A compendious account of the late war to which is added the curioc: ^^^^ ^ 
adventures of Corporal Samuel Stubbs. (A Kentuckiaii of 65 years c^^^^ 
age), Boston. Printed by William Walter, 1817. Reprint— Chas. Fre- ^^^ 
Heartman, New York City. Copy No. 8. 

WOMAN— CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF PROMINENT 
AMERICAN WOMEN— 
With biographies. (In National Cyclopedia of American biography^^^?' 
Index vol., pp. 183-185.) 

WOMAN^S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION— 

National list of the presidents, 1874-1906, with biographies. ( 
National Cyclopedia of American biography, Index vol., p. 150.) 

WOMAN SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION— 

National American. List of the presidents, 1890-1906, with bio- 
graphies. (In National Cyclopedia of American biography, Index vol., 
p. 150.) 

WOMEN— OUR PIONEERS— 

Biographical sketches, pioneers of 1801 and 1802. Pioneer women 
of the West. By Rev. Mrs. C. Springer. A Poem. The' pioneers of 
Licking County. By A. B. Clark. 33 p. Pioneer pamphlets No. 7, 
Newark, Ohio, 1872. Clark & King. 

PERIODICALS 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL MAGAZINE— 

Vol. 8, No. 4, October, 1902. Vol. IX, Nos. 1 and 2. January- 
April, 1904. A. V. & W. H. Goodpasture, Pubs. 



155 

PERIODICALS— Contimied 

ENEALOGICAL EEGISTER OF THE FIRST SETTLERS OP 
NEW ENGLAND— 
John Parmer. 352 p., Lancaster, Mass., 1829. Carter, Andrews 
Co., Pubs. 

ENEALOGY— 

A monthly magazine of American ancestry. Edited by William 
lontgomery Clemens. Pub. N. Y. Pub. Hackensack, New Jersey, 
916, 1917, 1918. 

-ENEALOGY AND HERALDRY— 

The derivation and meaning of surnames. By Leonard Wilson. 
See National Magazine, August, 1916. pp. 789-94. 

CUGUENOT SOCIETY OF SOUTH CAROLINA— 

Transactions, 1889, 1897, 1899, 1903-1908, 1916. Charleston, S. C. 

[AINE GENEALOGIST AND BIOGRAPHER— 

Quarterly, 3 vols., 1875-78. Pub., Augusta, Maine. Sprague, Owen 
ad Nash. 

'HE MAYFLOWER DESCENDANT— 

A Quarterly Magazine of Pilgrim Genealogy and History, Vols. 1, 
» 3, 1899-1901. Boston. PubliSied by the Massachusetts Society of 
tayflower Descendants. 

tlCHIGAN HISTORY MAGAZINE— 

1917-1918. Pub., Michigan Historical Commission. Lansing, Mich. 

IINNESOTA HISTORICAL BULLETIN— 
1915-1916. Pub., St. Paul, Minn. 

FATIONAL GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY— 

Vol. I, 1912, to Vol. VII, April, 1918. PubHshed, Washington, 
►. C. National Genealogical Society. 

FEW ENGLAND HISTORIC AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY— 

Memorial biographies, of the New England Historic Genealogical 
cciety. 1880-1908. 9 vols., Boston. 

rORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL 
REGISTER— 

J. R. B. Hathaway, Ed., Vol. 1, Nos. 1-4, 1900 ; Vol. 2, Nos. 1-4, 
SOI; Vol. 3, Nos. 1-3, 1902. Pub., Edenton, N. C. 

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY— 
1916-1918. Pub., Portland, Oregon, by the Society. 

?HE PATRIOTIC MARYLANDER— 

Issued quarterly — Maryland Society of the Daughters of the Ameri- 
an Revolution. Vols. I-III, 1914-1917. Discontinued. 



156 

PERIODICALS-4:oiiGfaided 

THE PILGRIM MAGAZINE— 

Vol. 1, 1913, Vol. 2, No6. 1, 3, 6, 1913. Pub., Boston, Mass. The 
Pilgrim Magazine Pub. Co. 

PEESBYTEEIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY— 

Quarterly Pub., Philadelphia. Published by the Society, 1917-1918. 

STEWART^S GENEALOGICAL AND HISTORICAL 
MISCELLANY— 

2 Nos., 1918. By Frank H. Stewart, Woodbury, N. J. 

TENNESSEE HISTORICAL MAGAZINE— 

Vol. 1, Nos. 2, 3, 4, 1915. Vol. 2, Nos. 1, 3, 1916, 1918. Nashville, , 
Tenn. 

WASHINGTON HISTORICAL QUARTERLY— 
1916-1918, Washington State. 

WISCONSIN MAGAZINE OF HISTORY— 

1917-1918. Pub. by the Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, 
Wis. 

WYOMING HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY— 

Wilkes Barre, Penn., Proceedings. Vols. 3-12, 1886-1912. Vols. 
14, 15, 1915, 1916. 



AblDgton, Maas 83 

AbatrMtnfWilia, New York 93 

Acme Printing Co., Louisvlllo.Ky 88 

A™iePubllslJngCo.,MorEaiitown,W.V»....iaa 

Adalr,e.a 17 

Adams County,(ll]iDoIs)Hl5tarieB 13,13 

Adams County, Il]lnd*,map 13 

•-■ County, ""--'- '■-"-' '■• 



AdB 



a Family... 



Adsms, Georee 

Adama.JosIaK fs 

Adams, Wtlltam Frederiot ia9,l4e 

Advance, Poriodiral 18 

Adventaar Job Print 71,75 

AlTleck, James 139 

' ' ' ~1. E, Book Coniieni, Pubs IIS 



AkeraFamUy.., 



..107 



Alabama Stale, Arahlves hqiI Historj' Depiirt- 

jUabama State, BlrmlnKbam, Ala 3 

Alabama State, ConecuE 3 

Alabama State, Oovornoia, ISIB-ISOO 3 

Alabama Stale, Mobile S 

Alabama State, Montgomery. 3 

Alabama State, TomUgbee Basin 3 

Alabama Stale, Unisersltv 3 

Alameda Conn tv, CalUOmia 4 

Alberts™ Family 1S8 

Albany, New York 8,86, 93,94,95,96,07,68,99 

Albla.lowa .........:..: 71 

Albion, llllncria la 

Albright, I. W, 



..103 



AllmnSanlel B- 

Alien, CRoT.) Ira W.. . 

Alien,l.C 

Allen, Joseph Henry... 

AUaQ,L.P. 

Allen, W.B 

Allen,W.C 



Ailing, Wlillain!!!!i;'!";!';;.''!;;";l"wB8|M 

Allison. May ! 

Almance County, North CaioUna I< 

Alpena County, iUeh f 

Alton.minds. 17,43,59,f 

Alvord, Ctaranee Walworth i 



America, Scotch Irlab, in America. . 



lerican 



s Company 
Jograpbltsl Fa 
hristlanlty. 



rapbloal FabllBhingCo... 



fi^d'.'." 



American Qlstor 
Arnerican Gonca ^ 
American Blsloilca] Society 
American Irish Historical 

.mnlcsu Revol'iitlan. 
'— n Unitarian 



American WomeiijChronologlcal Ust of prom- 

inent American women IM 

Americana, Emlnojit At^erlcans 150 

Amis, M N 105,108 

Amos'FamllyfsVi WalibHdge.V.' 147 

AndersonI(Capt.')'i;noch.'.'!Ill!l 10 

Anderson, Galusna^ 87 

Anderson, J., Pub., Chicago 47 

Anderson, Mrs. K. T 37 

Andreaa, A. T., Pub., Chicago 19,23,« 

Andreas, Lyter & Co., Pubs., Davenport, la. 

l!,ai,39,« 

Andrews Family 138 

Andrews, I W HI 

Anion, GuBlavB 100 

AnnalK of Lyndon, Kansas 71 

AnnapoliB. Maryland 77 

Annls.D.G--- «> 

Anthony, Elliott 100 

Anthony, E. A Sons .....^... ...... 78 

Antrim TamiUes 89 

Antrim, N.H 80 

ApplBgale, O,, Jr 89 

Appleton 's Cyclopoli a ot American B lography . I a 

App!6ton,D,&Co.,Pubs.,N Y 121,149 

Atchbala, i^nnsylvanla lU 

Archives ol Maryland 75 

Arctives or Moiicoand Spain 73 

Arpis Printing House, Alpena, Mich 84 

ArhoEiMs Stale,' aOTernora!l819-i!«)V.'.'.'.""l '4 
Arkun^as Stale Historical Association 8 

ArniatrongI Zella !!!!"!!"..'.! iis.lM 

Arnold, James N 115,118 

Art PubUahlng Company 117 

Arthur, John Preston 100 

Arthur, T.S 13 

Aabury, Henry 13,64 

Aabary Park,!*. J B2 

Aahboro, North Carolina 105 

Aahe, Samuol A. Coart 104 

Atbanase de Ueiieres, and the Louisiana 71 

Atlanta, Ga U 

Atlantic Monthly Magaiine 38 

Atw^,'c.R.v.'.:::"".:.::'.::::":i;"i'.;!" sj 

AugualB, Me 74 

AuEuata County, Vlr^nla m 

Ann and Bouseal, Pubs., Newberry, S. C U7 

Aurora, Illinois 35,88 

Aiislln.Tesaa IW 

Austin, John Osborne I4t 

B 

BablngtonAItoberlsCo.,PubB.,8helbyN.C..103 

Baoon, Leonard Woolsey. 149 

Bagbj, Alfred - 138 

Bagley, Worth, Ensign V. 8. N., North Caio- 

iTna.. - 101 

Ballcy,J. C. W B5,n 

Baker A Goodwin, Pubs.,N, Y S 

Baker, Virginia 118 

Baldwin, A 03,111 

Baldwin, Elmer J7 



INDEX— Contmtwd. 



Bkldwic, TbM. «., A. B., B. B ) 

BftUuMa, CharlM tt.i 

BkHuKT (Un.)J.U.S 1 

BallM di Volt, Engrvran, PbUa ( 

BtHllnm, tUryUnd 74,70,78,77,1:: 

Bahlmara,UarHiiid,HlMoricalScid«ty,pulM. ; 

BuigO, Iblna, HMorim SocMt "i 

Baont, Ualne, PabUelibnn... 
Buibn.AaodUka,!!"-'- 



Btnyvllle, Virjlnl* IM 

in>= F B « 

Dn, Connectlcnt S 




tpblol 1 



Baniey Funily, Am Stapks. 



Banutable Count 
Bamtt, NcrriB s: 
Barmi Frnmlly. . . 
B«mittFfti-"- " 

Burr, 1- s. 

Banrlckln 

Basil, Fnnk Sumim. 

~ n JrB«aBy 

a, O. L. ^ Co., Pubs. 

BaaiettVo.'P. 



Baintt Fuully, 8h If anhall FrnmllT. . 

B»iry,J.8 

Buvick In Elnul, Dwr L«ed9. . 
Basil, Fnnk Sum. — 
BuUd it B>Uey. 



It Branch V's]l«7 of SosqiMlkuina. . . 

niDCraphkal Pub. Co.,Chlcsga 3t,u,u,i>ii 

Blognphlcal Sketeho Pre- Emlnenl Amsrimnutt 

BlogikpliT, NxloukI Cyclopedic ot Amerlun 

Blochi^M 

AJa,A,W.ii,A,A,i>,ii,ia,ii,'9j','ul9»', 
117, IIS, iiR.iio, 121,123, m,i%,m,m,tiQ 

Blrdnll Funlly 1» 

B rkb«ck, Honli 9> 

Blnnlnjnmm, Alalamft....--.^ 3 

Bishop, Albert Webb 3 

BUhop, Hflirlet E » 

BliihopHII]Coloiiv,HaDryCoiUity,Illliiol«... U 

BUhop, JudronW » 

Bluk Family 1» 

Black, OewieW 1» 

Black Hank Wu U,U.« 

Bilr, (Mm') Harriet H .'.',".'.".*.'.' '"*-'I*»,« 

Blair J.A 1« 

BlBlr-Murdock Co., Ban 
Blakely Piiming Compi 
BlBDchaid, RulUi 



a, Newton.... . ... 

18, SO, 21, i2, M, IS, 28, 27, 28, 30, 31, 31, 

35, SB, 3g, 3i, a, 43, lij, ^, », si, K, W, 61, 03, 64 

BatM, (Hon.) Wllliajn Q S3 

Battey, y. A. A Co., Pabi., Chicago . .23, 24, S3, 56 

Baytaa, Richard Uatbn BJ.IW 

Baylosa Family 129,142 

Bayliea, f Hon.i FraiwU S3 

BaaooD, Job Dept., Atoon, Obto 107,111 

Bean, £. H 105 

Beard Family 129 

Beanbtey, D. B 108 



BloamlDgtoa'Tomishlp, WoLeaui ' 



15, 38,40, 41, 44, U,n 
itma CouiitT, IIU- 



BluB Book of Illinois li 

BodEa,aeorgekI.,A.B 31 

Boe&n, (Rav.) Benry IB 

BDlai.HenrjL 21 

Bolton, HarbenEiueiia , » 

Bond Coonly, nil Ddi 15,U 

Bond, Henry g 



Beard, Tbomsis 129 

Beardstown, Illinois 14 

ISeasleyundEmpraon, Pubs 102 

Beaumont, Francis, Cavalier. 152 

Beaumont, Francis, Jouiualsttf TO 

Becker, J. W 34 

Beck, Lewis C 86 

Boekwllh, Hiram W 32,02,«8 

Badall Family 129 

Bedford County, VlrglDia 121,128 

Bsebo, H. a 51 

Beers, J. H. & Co., Fobs, Chicago 27 

Beers, W. H. ACD.,ChkagD tio 

B6inlIch,B. A 37 



iney.lMrs.jCatharineV, 

_ -Jney, Ednard 

Boone CouDty, IlUnoli. ■ . 



, K,l^ 

Ednard W 

jUDty,Illinali 18,16,37 

Border Wars of Now York •* 



3,6,11,62,74.76,78,79,80,81,83,84,87,141 

Boston, Mass., Conaolldated Book Co lit 

Bourbon nals.kaiilmkee County, aunols u 

Bourquin,F 45,6^88,61 

Boutwell Family 136,l»,i41 

Bout well Family, 3k Marshall Family 141 

Bowdltcb.N. I M 



Bellas, Henry Hobart 

BflllBville, imnoU 

BelleTille,tlUnols, Advocate, Newspaper... 

Belvidere.liliaois 

Bench and Bar of Missouri 



VI,*i,«!,BO,OS,Dll, (U-lUe,l 

Bowen-MenlUCo., Pubs.,Indl>ii»lKdls,Uid..l 
Bowles, Samuel & Co., Spdugaeld, Uass 



.) WUlliunW,.. 



Bent, Charles ^ 

Benton, Nathaniel S 9 

Berea Church, Mi^an County, IlUnols. a),2 

Berkeley County, Virginia 121,122,12 

Berkshire County, Massachusetts 78,7 

Berry, Orvllle F 31,41 



Bradford, Alden W 

Bradford, Winiam 8 

Bradley & Gilbert, Pubs., Louisville, Ky.. .71.72 

BradBby,H.C W 

Bradshaw, G. S 147,151 

Brandow Printing Company, Albany, N. Y... 96 

BrBnigin,E, L 69 

BransonandJonea,Pubs.,KalBigh,N, C 103 



Brennan', George A 

BrlnB'rhofl, '( Prof. ) I-' B 



159 



INDEX-^ontinued. 



PAGE. 

Brink, McDonough & Co. . Pubs., Philadelphia 

1«, 20, 21. 27,33, 41, 42, 55, 58, 69 

Brink, W. R. & Co., Pubs., Philadelphia ...17,23 

Bristol, Illinois 36 

Bristol, Tenn 122 

British Colony House, Albion, Illinois 26 

Brodhead, John Romeyn 93 

Bromwell, Henrietta E 76 

Brooklyn, N. Y 48, 97 

Brown & Cross, Pubs., Hartford, Conn 136 

Brown, C. A. & Co., Philadelphia 91 

Brown, C.C 146 

Brown, Christopher C 129 

Brown County, Illinois 16, 59 

Browne, George Waldo 89,90 

Brown Family 129, 130 

Brown, George Rothwell 88 

Brown, G eorge W 25 

Brown, James N 129 

Brown Printing Company, Montgomery, Ala . 3 

Brown, Roy M 106 

Brown, Stuart 36 

Bruce. Thomas 125 

Brumbaugh, Gaius Marcus 76 

Brunswick, Maine 74 

Brush Family, See Wallbridge Family 147 

Bryan, Clark W., & C/)., Pubs., Springfield, 

Mass 1 81 

Bryant and Morrison, early merchantsin Kas- 

kaskia, Illinois 35,55 

B uck, Solon J 134 

Buck. William J.... 113,114 

Buckley, James Monroe 152 

Buffalo, N.Y 93,94,96,99 

Buffalo, N. Y., Historical Society 93 

Buford, Rowland D 121 

Bullington, John J 27 

Bunker, Mary Powell Seaman 128, 129, 148, 149 

Burdick.A.B 94 

Bureau County, Illinois 16, 43, 54 

Burger, Ammen L 123, 125 

Burgess, J.M 118 

Burgwin Family 130 

Burewin, John 130, 139 

Burke, Sir Bernard, C. B., LL.D 149 

Burke, J. W. «feCo., Pubs., Macon, Ga U 

Burleigh and Flint, Pubs. , Maine *. 75 

Burlington County, N.J 90,93 

Burlington, N. J 90 

Bumham Family 130 

Burnham, John Howard 15, 40, 130 

Bumell, George H 122 

Burrows Bros., Cleveland, Ohio 94 

Butcher, Bernard Lee 127 

Butler, D.E 28 

Butler Grove Township, Montgomery County, 

Illinois 16,45 

Butler, Illinois 45 

Butterfield Family ....130 

Butterworth Family 130 

Byars, William Vincent 136 



Cabell, J. B 141 

Cadmus Press, Galesburg, Illinois 28 

Cadogan, Hatcher Mfg. Co., Pubs., Quincy, Ill- 
inois 134 

Cabokia. Illinois 65 

Cairo, Illinois 13, 16 

Caldwell, (Rev.") James, Chapter D. A R., 

Jacksonville, lUinois 47 

Caldwell, Idaho 12 

Calendar of Wills, New Jersey 91 

California State 4 

California State , Alameda County 4 

California State, Governors 1849-1900 44 

California State, Leland Stanford University 4 



PAGE. 

California State Los Angeles 64 

California State, University of California 4 

Callahan, James Morton 127 

Calumet Region 66 

Calvo, C. A., Jr 118 

Cambridge, Illinois 60 

Cambridge, Mass 78,82,86 

Camden County, Georgia 11 

Campbell, Charles B 16 

Campbell W. A 98 

Canton, Illinois 16, 17 

Cape Cod, Massachusetts 78 

Cape May County, New Jersey 91, 93 

Capen, Cnarles L 146 

Capen, John 146 

Carbondale, Illinois 32 

Cardozq. J 117 

Cargill Press, Grand Rapids 60,61 

Carlisle, Mass 78 

Carlton and Lanahan, Pubs., N.Y 91,93 

Carlton & Porter, Pubs., N.Y 162 

Carney Family . . ^ 130 

Carney, Mark 130 

Caroline County, Maryland 74 

Carpenter Family 130,139,141 

Carpenter, Richard V 16 

Carpenter, W. H 12 

Carr Family 130,134 

Carroll County, Illinois 17,47 

Carter, Andrews & Co » Pubs 79, 150, 165 

Carter Family 130 

Carter, Robert, Pubs 106,130 

Carter, T.H. <& Son, Pubs., Boston 82 

Carver, Mass 78 

Cart-wright. Peter 26,44,62 

Casad and Stites Family 130 

Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Pubs 8 

Casgrain, PhiHpe Baby 143 

Cass County. Illinois 17, 26, 58, 63, 68, 69, 70 

Castor Family 130 

Castorer, J ohn de 130 

Catherwood, Mary Hartwell 36 

Catholic Church 17,42,44,64,140 

Catholic Church, Mema, Illinois 44 

Catholic Church, St. Mary's, Quincy, Illinois. . 64 

Caton, J. D 38 

Cecil County, Maryland 76 

Cedar Rapids, Iowa 71 

Centennial History of Illinois 47 

Centre, Massachusetts, See Hanover 78, 80 

Cerre Family 131 

Cerre, Jean Gabriel 131 

Chafee, GeorgeD 69 

Chambers Family 92, 131 

Chambers, Theodore Frelinghuysen 91 

Champaign County, Illinois 17, 18 

Chandler, Joseph 48 

Chapin, Howard M 116 

Chapman Bros. Pubs. Chicago 

13, 15 21, 23,30, 

33, 43, 45, 46, 51, 58, 59, 66, 108, 109, 110. Ill 
Chapman, C. C. & Co., Peoria, Illinois Publish- 
ers 28, 36, 61, 61, 69 

Chapman, Jacob :. 43 

Chapman, John A., A. M 117 

Chappel Family 122,131,133 

Chappell, Phil E 122,131,133 

Charleston, S. C 117 

Charleston (S. CJ, Library Society 117 

Charleston, S. C;., St. Michael's Chur(^ and 

Churchyard 117 

Charleston, S. C, St. Philip's Parish 117,118 

Charleston, W. Va 126 

Charlestown. Middlesex County, Mass ...80,81,84 

Charlton, Edwin A 90 

Chatham, Morris County, N. J 91 

Chautauqua, Illinois 33,34 

Chester, Massachusetts , See Murrayiield 78, 81 

Chesterman, W.D 124 



INDEX — Contumed. 



Chicap), Illinois ^2, 13, 16, 17, 1»,1»,3), 

21,K,i3,24,»S,2B,2S, 29,:in,ai,3Z,33,M,M. 

ii'.a'.a, m', ss', m', s/, ss' Mi',«i','«i 'e2'fl3'fl4,' 

M, 86,87, S§, 80, 70 72,S0,s^l,!«),125,LM,127, LIS 

QilOTgo, Illinois, BsrAasooiaiiozi 38 

Chicago, Illinois, Book olChicB^oans ix 

Chicago- lllinoib, DislinKuiahed cLliEen&,etC'-' Ix 

Chicago, IlllnolB, Early MMlcai C'blcsga 19 

Chicago, lillnola, Hlmorical Society 

lll,l9,2e,S0,S2,M 

Cbi(sgo,IlllncriE,In1«-Oc««ii,NewgpaperCo..l52 

ChicBKo, Illinois, Legal News Print 22, 38 

Chicago, Illinois, University orChicago 20 

Childs, 8. D. & Co 132 

ChlUicothe, (Ohio) CmtennlBl Anniversary 

CeiebrsClon 107 

ChlppewaCounty, Wisconsin 127 

Chowan Baptist Associalion, NortbCaralins . . 101 

CbristChurch.NewBrunswict.N.J 92 

Cbristian Church, a History of tha Disciples of 

Christ 150 

Christian Cburch, (or Disciples of Christ).... 

20.24.32.150 

Christian County J1 



Chronicles of th 

of Massachusetts Bay . . 
Chronoloey of North Carol 



le Colony 



, p ,....tli Carolina 1 

Cburcbes, Bapllsl Church, Urbana, Illinids . . . 
Churches, Berea Church, Morgan County, 1111' 



3, Bloomingion, lilinds 15 

js, Catholic Church 1T,«,«,M 

Churches,CatholicChurcb,8t. Mary's, Qoinoy 

Cburchea"Christian Vor bisdplei' of 'cii'iist ! ! ! 

ao,i4,s2,i50 

Churches, Congregational 21, 43, 48,51, 52,150 

Cburcbec, CDngregatlODal, Qeneseo. lillnola 29 

Oiurehea. Cm^regatlonal, Origgsville, Illinois 30 

regatiooal, Oulltord, Conn 5 

, „reialk>iia1, IllinoJs 51 

irebes, Cot^ragatloiial, Joy Fralrle, HorgaQ 



Chutchea, CoDgregatlonal, Midway, liberty 

County.Ga 12 

Churches, Confnegational, Oak Park, Illinois.. 47 

Churches, Disciples, or Christian 20,24,31,150 

Churches, Episcopal '. S, 150 

Churches, Episcopal, Connecticut S 

Churches, Evangelical Lutheran 152 



CbuiGhes, United Brothren in Christ ISO 

Churches, Universalbt .153 

Cincinnati, Ohio 20, 12,44,69,70, 71, 72, 111, ISO 

Civil and Political History ol New Jersey.... « 

ClvllWar, Sm War orthe Rebellion 23,41,69 

Clapp. David A Son, Fubs., Boston ^Ji'" 



Clark, A. H 7,S 

Clark & King, Pubs., Newark, Obio . .109, 110.15« 

Clark & Story. Pub., Wcstfleld, Mass S3 

Clark, (The) Arthur H., Co,, Cieyeland, Ohio. 

Clark, A.sV.'.'.V! '.!'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".".'.'.;'.'.'.'.'.;'.'.. .'..'.7,8 

Clark County, lUlnofa 20,3 

Clark, D.W. 89 

Clark, E.S 148,14* 

Clark Family. SwBeokwith ISl 

Clark, George Hi^*r» 61 

Clark, Waller 103 

Clarke County, Virginia 122, IM 

Clarke, Family Ill 

Clarke PublisnIngCo 13, 110 

Clarke, H. A Co. Cincinnati, Ohio 70 

Clarke, S.J. pub. Co., Chicago 

22,27,39,43,49,54,58,8a 

ClayCounly.Illlnols 21,42,58,81 

Claypool, E. A „ 141 

Clemeni, WllUam Montgomery . . .121 , 142, 147,15S 

Clendenln Family 131 

Cleveland ilBon.l Grover 131 

Cleveland Family 131 

Cleveland, Ohio 26,73,79,94,107,111 

ClinchCoiuily,Georgia H 

Clinch. Duncan Umont 131 

Clinch Family 131 

CUmon County, Illinois 21,33,42,43,65 

Clinton, J. W 17,47 

Clinton, Mass 73 

CoatolArma 150,1S1 

Cochrane, Joseph <1 

Cochrane W f» 

Cochran, W.G ... 38 

CMoate Family 131,1M 

Ci^biook Townshin, Warren County, Illinois 81 

Coles County, Illinois 21 

Coles, Edward 132,139 

Coles Family, S« Keve 139 



Cburcbes, Methodist Church 

Churches, Methodist, Delaware, Bb 

Chapel and Methodism 

Churches, Methodist, Ebeneser, U. E. . 

Churehas, Methodist, Pulaski, Illbiols w 

Churches, Methodist, Urbana, Illinois 62 

Cburehes, Methodist, Virginia State 124 

Churches, Old Swede's, Wilmington, Delaware 9 

Churches, Park Bldie IIlinoiB 48 

Churobes, Presbyterian 

19,29,32^50,53,54,124,126,163 

Cboicbes, Presbyterian, Chicago 19 

Churches, Presbyterian, Chicago, First 53 

Churohes, Presbytoian, Galesburg, Illlnds ... 29 

Churdiaa, Presbyterlaii, Hillsboro, llUnds 32 

CbtmhesjPraabyterian, FeDria,IlIlnols 50 

Qiursfaea, Prtsbyterlan, Seaton, Illinois 54 

Oiutcbea, Fi«Bbyt>rlan, Virginia State.... 124,1% 

Chnrelies, Quaker, Sodety of Friends 150 

Cbnrdwa, Boman Cathdic 149 

Churdiea, St. Mhihael's Church and Church- 
yard, Charleston, 8. C 



Colonial and Revolutionary Eras, South Caro- 
lina "' 

Colonlaland Bevdutlimary Families of Penn- 
sylvania -112 

Colonial Dames ol America, of Virginia 121 

Colonial History of Massachusetts 78 

Colonial History of New Jersey M 

~ 'onialHlstoryolNewYork... "* 

oiiial Mansions of Maryland e 

onial Milllla, New York 

Colonial Period , Massachusetts. . . 
Colonial Pflriod, Pennsylvania. 
Colonial Hecords, Maryland. . . . 

Colony ot Massachusetts Bay 

Columbia Club, LeeCounty,UIbiob W 

Columbia County, Ohio 107 

Columbia, S.C 117,118 

Columbia University, N.y 15* 

Columbus, Georgia. . ' 



Colui_. 



us, Ohio S5,89,9( 

ierdol Printing Co,', Raieighj'N. CV. '.!"'. lios 



17,118 
..135 



liommerciai rrmting to., Maieign, w ,\. lu. 

Conunercial Publishing Co., Washington, 

D.C '" 

Conant, August.. 
" rd.HTL 



153 Concorii, N. u'.! 



161 



INDEX — Continued. 



PAGE. 

Concordia Seminary, Springfield, Illinois 21 

Condit, (Rev.) Amos 92 

Conecun, County, Alabama 3 

Congdon, George Edward 152 

Congregational Church 

5,12,21,30,43,46,47 ,51,52,150 

Con gregational Church, Guilford . Connecticut . 5 
Congregational Church, Griggsville, Illinois ... 30 

Congregational Church, Illinois 51 

Congregational Church, Joy Prairie, Morgan 

County, Illinois 46 

Congregations 1 Church , Marshall, Illinois 43 

Congregational Church, Midway, Liberty 

County, G a 12 

Congregational Church, Oak Park, Dlinois 47 

Connecticut State 4-9, 97 

Connecticut State, Barkhamstead 4, 6 

Connecticut State, Bethlehem : 8 

Connecticut State, Derby 4 

Connecticut State, Episcopal Church 5 

Connecticut State, Fairfield 5,6 

Connecticut State, Genealogical and Family 

History 5 

Connecticut State, General Assembly, roll of 

State Officers and Members, 1776-1881 5 

Connecticut State, Governors 1639-1897 6 

Connecticut State, Greenwich 5 

Connecticut State, Guilford 5 

Connecticut State, Hartford 4,5,6,8 

Connecticut State, Hartford County 6 

Connecticut State, Historical Society 4,6 

Connecticut State, Litchfield County 6,7 

Connecticut State, Meriden 6 

Connecticut State, Middletown 8 

Connecticut State, New Haven 5,6,7 

Connecticut State, Norwalk 5,6 

Connecticut State, Norwich 6, 7 

Connecticut State, Oneco 7 

Connecticut State, Oxford 8 

Connecticut State, Puritan Settlers 7 

Connecticut State, Roxbury 8 

Connecticut State, Salisbury, (Litchfield) 

County 7 

Connecticut State, Sajrbrook 7 

Connecticut State, Society Order of the Found- 
ers and Patriots of America 6 

Connecticut State, Southbury 8 

Connecticut State, Stratford 7 

Connecticut State, War of the Revolution 7,8 

Connecticut State, Washington 8 

Connecticut State, Wesleyan University, Mid- 
dletown 8 

Connecticut Stat e, Wethersfield 6, 8 

Connecticut State, Winchester 8 

Connecticut State, Windham County 8 

Connecticut State, Windsor 4,5,6,8,9 

Connecticut State, Wolcott 9 

Connecticut State, Woodbury 8 

Connecticut State, Yale University, New 

Haven 9 

Connelley, William Elsey 71 

Connor, R. D. W 103 

Continental Congress, Georgia Delegates 11 

ContinentalHistorical Company,Pubs. .Spring 

fle^d,Ill 30,33,39 

Converse, H. A 132 

Cook County ,lllinois 20,22,25,37 

Cook County, Illinois Judges of County Court. 22 

Cooke, William D., A. M 105 

Cook, John W 26,146 

Coons, Genealogical Chart 132 

Cooper, Homer H 59 

Cooper, James Fennimore 94 

Cooper, (Judge) of Cooperstown, N. Y 34, 101 

Cooper, M. M. 34 

Cooper, William 101,108 

Cooperstown, N. Y 94 

Coos County, Vermont 120 

Cope. Gilbert 145 

Copeland, Alfred M 81 

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PAGE. 

Corey, D . P 137 

Corlies Family 92, 131, 132 

Comhill Company, (The), Pubs. , Boston 103 

Cortland County, New York 94 

Corydon, Indiana 68 

Cory, Eliakim 132 

Cory Family 132 

Cory, Sarah Sayre 132 

Cosnocton County, Ohio, History 108 

Cotterill,R.S 71,72 

Cottet, Jules Leon 47 

Cotton, (Mrs.) Jane Baldwin 77 

Coulon, De Villers, Family 132 

Courier, Journal Job Printing Co 72 

Courier Steam Book and Job Printing House.. 55 

Courtright Family 132 

Courtright, Reuben 132 

Cox, Charles E 51 , 132 

Cox Family 132 

Cox, Major Richard Lee 51, 132 

Crane Hook Church, (Swedish) 9 

Crawford County, Illinois 20, 22, 48 

Creighton, James A 143 

Crests, Fairbaim's Crests of the Leading Fam- 
ilies, in Great Britain and Ireland 150 

Crippin , Edward W 63 

Croll, ( Rev.) P. C, D. D 14, 129 

Crook, M. O. and J J^. Taylor 87 

Crossley, F . B 22, 38 

Crown Point, New York ". 94, 95 

Crown Point, See Essex County, New York. . . 94 

Cullom Family 132 

Cullom, Shelby M 132 

Cumberland County, Illinois 33, 56, 90 

Cumberland County, New Jersey 91 

Cumberland County, Pennsylvania 112, 114 

Cunningham, J. O 18,62 

Cupples, Joseph George 80 

Cupples, Upham & Co 137 

Curran, Con P., Printing Co 87 

Currey. J. Seymour 19, 22 

Curtis W 15 

Cushman, Mary Semple Ames 145 

Custer, Milo 15,40,41,44,50 

Cutter, William Richard 5, 84 

Cuyahoga County, Ohio 107, 108 



Dabney Family 132 

Dabney, William Henry 132 

Dagworthy, (Brig.- General) John 10 

Dahlinger, C. W 114 

Dane County, Wisconsin 127 

Daniels, Josephus 101 

Danskin, (Mrs.) Lillian Ireland 47 

Danvers, Massachusetts 79 

Danville, lUinc is 32 

Darling, Charles W 98 

Daughters of the American Revolution 

4,13,23,41,47,54,76,103,155 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 

Decatur, (Illinois) Chapter 41 

Dau|;hters of the American Revolution, Illi- 
nois State 13 

Daughters of the American Revolution, Rev. 
James Caldwell Chapter, Jacksonville, Illi- 
nois 47 

Daughters of the American Revolution, Mary- 
land Society 155 

Daughters of the American Revolution, North 

Carolina 103 

Daughters of the American Revolution, The 

Patriotic Marylander 76 

Daughters of the American Revolution, 

Quincy, (Illinois) Chapt er 54 

Daughters of the American Revolution, Sarah 
Riggs Humphreys Chapter, Connecticut... 4 

Davenport, Iowa 12, 25, 30, 39, 58 

Davidson, T. F 68 



102 



INDEXr-CoBlaned. 



FAGB. 

Davidson, (Mrs.) Martha Nell 65 

Daviess County, Kentucky 72 

Davis Family 132 

Davis, F. L 132 

D a vi s , W . W 66 

Dawson , George E 39 

Day,C. & Co., Pubs., Portland, Me 73 

Day, Egbert & Fidlar, Pubs., Davenport, la. . 

25,58 

Dayton , Virginia 122 

Debar, J. H. Diss 126 

DeBerry Family, See Vaughan Family 147 

Decatur, Illinois 23, 28, 41 

Decatur, Illinois, D. A. R. Chapter 23 

Declaration of Independence, Lives of the 

Signers 1 52 

Dedham , Massachusetts 79 

Dedham, Massachusetts, The Town 79 

Deerfield, N. H 43 

DeKalb County, Illinois 23,37 

DeKalb County, Tennessee 119 

DeKay Brothers, Printers, Waukegan, Illinois 

131,140 

Delaware County. New York 94 

Delaware State, Barratt's Chapel and Method- 
ism 9 

Delaware State, Biographies of its Governors, 

1789-1902 9 

Delaware State, Crane Hook Church 9 

Delaware State, Historical Society 9, 10 

Delaware State Historical Society Papers 9 

Delaware State, Kent County 9, 10 

Delaware State, Society of the Cincinnati 9, 10 

Delaware State, War of 1812 10 

Delaware State, War of the Revolution 9, 10 

Delaware State, Wilmington 9, 10 

Democratic Party 23, 53 

Democratic Publishing Company, Chicago 23 

Denton, Daniel 94 

Denver, Colorado 76 

DePeyster, J. Watts 98 

Depler Press, N . Y 100 

Derby, Connecticut 4 

Derby & Jackson, Pubs 97 

Derby, G 153 

DerbV, Samuel Carroll 89,90 

Der Deutsch Amerikanische Farmer 85, 88 

Der Deutsch Amerikanische Farmer, North 

Dakota 107 

Der Deutsch Amerikanische Farmer, South 

Dakota 118 

Des Forges, John P 76 

Detroit, Michigan 84-85 

Devin, Robert 1 102 

Deweese, A. O 68 

Dew Family, See Vaughan Family 147 

Dewey Family 147 

Dewey Family, See Wallbridge Family 147 

Dewey, J. L 28, 36 

DeWitt County, Illinois 23, 51 

Diary of an Old Lawyer, Tennessee 119 

Dickie Family 122, 131, 133 

Dickinson , Harriot C 132 

Dictionaries, United States Biographical 153 

Dictionaries, Universal Pronouncing Dic- 
tionary of Biography and Mj-thology 153 

Dictionary of American Biography 150 

Dillon Family 133, 138 

Dillon , Isaiah 133, 138 

Directorv, Branson's North Carolina Business, 

for 1867-8 102 

Directory, Charlotte, North Carolina 102 

Directory, Ramsev's Durham, North Carolina.l03 

Disciples or Christian Church 20, 24, 32 

Disciplcs,orChristian Church, Morgan County, 

Illinois 24 

Disciples or Christian Church, Springfield, 

Illinois 24 

Dixon, Illinois 23,24,38,39 

Dobson , Thomas 104 



PAGE. 

Dodd, 8 60,65 

Dodson, Harriet N. Warren 148 

Donnelley, Gassette & Lloyd, Pubs., Chicago. 30 

Donnelley, Lloyd & Co., Pubs., Chicago 39,46 

Donnelley, R. R. & Sons, Chicago 16, 148 

Dorchester Countv, Maryland 76 

Dotterer, Henry S 113 

Doubleday, Page & Company, N. J 87 

Douglas County Court House Dedication 24 

Douglas County, Kansas 71 

Douglass, Benjamin HI 

Douglass, R in 

Douglas, Walter B 131,144 

Dover, New Jersey 91 

Dover Printing Company, Dover, N.J 91 

Drake, F. 8 150 

Dresbach , A . A 67 

Dresbach , A . C 67 

Drown, 8. D 50 

Drummond Family 92, 131, 133 

Dublin W 

Dublin, Gilbert & Hodges 101 

Dublin, Now Hampshire 89,90 

Duis, E 40 

Dulaney-Boatwright, Co, Lynchburg, Va.123,125 

Dunbar, (Rev.} Robert W 81 

Duncan, Joseph 133 

Duncan, Mary 64 

Duncan, R. S 86 

Dundee, Illinois 24 

Dundee, Illinois, Hawkeye, Newspaper 24,35 

Dunlap Family 133 

Dunlap(Mrs.) Dicy R 133 

Dunn County, Wisconsin 127 

Dunningt on, George A 127 

DuPage County, Iflinois 22,25.37 

Durham, North Carolina 103 

Dutch Congregation of Oyster Bay Island of 

Nassau, now Long Island ^ 

Dwight, Illinois 39 

Dyar Family 133 

Dyar, Harrison Gray 133 

Dyson, Howard F 59 



Eagle Book and Job Co. Brooklyn , N . Y 48 

Eames, Charles M 33,46 

Earle, Swepson and Skinner, P. G., Editors.. 

74,75,76 

Early Daysin Kansas 71 

Early Western Travels, Edited by Reuben 

Gold Thwaites 13 

East St. Louis, Illinois 25 

Easton, Pennsylvania, Lafayette CoUege 113. 

Eau Claire County, Wis 127 

Ebenezer Methodist Church, Morgan County, 

Illinois 44,46 

Ebert, Albert E 18,19 

Ecclesiastical Records, New York 94 

Eckenrode , H. J 125 

Economic and Social Beginnings of Michigan. . 85 

Eddy, Richard 153 

Eddy,T. M 64 

Edenton,N.C 104 

Edgar County, Illinois 26 

Edgar Family 133 

Edgar, (Gen.) John .133 

Edney , James M 102 

Education, Alabama University 3 

Education, California, Leland Stanford Uni- 
versity 4 

Education, California University 4 

Education, Chicago University 20 

Education, College of South Carolina 118 

Education, Concordia College, Springfield, 111. 21 
Education, Connecticut, Weslejyan University. 8 
Education, Hampton. Virginia, Normal and 

Agricultural Institute 123 

Education, Illinois College, Jacksonville 32 

Education, Illinois State Educational History. 26 



16a 



INDEX-^ontinued. 



PAOE 

Education. Illinois University 62 

Education, Jacksonville Female Academy 33 

Education, Knox College, Galesburg Illinois. . 28 

Education, Lake Forest Academy 37 

Education, McKendree College, Lebanon 

Illinois 40 

Education, Madison County, Illinois, Summer- 
field School 42 

Education, Monticello Seminary, Godfrey, 

Illinois 45 

Education, Nashville, Tenn., University 119 

Education, Peoria (Illinois) Schools 50 

Education, St. Joseph's Ursuline Convent, 

Springfield Illinois 60 

Education, Shurtlefl College, Upper Alton, 

Illinois 59,60 

Education, South CarolinaCoUege 118 

Education, Summerfield School, Graf tonRoad, 

► Madison County, Illinois 61 

Education, Tennessee, Washington College 120 

Education, Trinity College, Durham, North 

Carolina 106 

Education, Vermont, Middlebury College. ... .121 

Education, Vermont University 121 

Education, Virginia, Hampton, Va., Normal 

and Agricultural Institute 123 

Education, Washington & Lee University, 

T^exington, Va 125 

Education, William and Mary College, Wil- 
liamsburg, Va 125 

Education, Yale University, New Haven, 

Conn 9 

Edward, David B 120 

Edwards, Benjamin 133 

Edwards, Broughton & Co., Pubs., Raleigh, 

N.C 101,102,103,105,106,107,147 

Edwards County, Illinois 26, 37, 62 

Edwards Family 133 

Edwardsville, (Illinois) Intelligencer, News- 
paper 42 

Effingham County, Illinois 26, 62 

Egleston, Thomas 143 

Eldredse, John B 6 

E gin, Illinois 25 

Elizabeth, New Jersey 91,93 

El ery Family 133 

Elliott Family 134 

Elliot, John 134 

El is. Sue F 33 

Ellsworth, Spencer 43, 54 

Ellyson, H. K 124 

Elwyn, A. L 82 

Elyria,Ohio 109 

Elzas, Bamett A., M. D., LL. D 117 

Emerson, Charles & Co., Pubs., Ralei^, N. 

C 103,105,107 

Emerson, Ralph Waldo 137 

Emery, S.H 83 

Eminent Americans 150 

Empire State (New York) 94 

Enberg-Holmberg Pub. Co., Chicago 61 

Enberg, Martin J 61 

Encyclopedia of American Biography 150 

England 26,93 

England , London 26 

English. Wm.H 131 

Enos, ZimriA 25,60 

Ensign & Company, Pubs. . Ohio 10/ 

Episcopal Church.* 5, 150 

EpiscopalChurch, Connecticut 5 

Epler Family 130, 134 

Epler, William 63 

Erie County, New York 94 

Erie County, Ohio 108 

Erin, Island of Kings 151 

Erwin, Milo 66 

Esary, Logan 70 

Eschmann, (Rev.) C.J 35, 53 

Essex Coimty, Massachusetts 79 

Essex County, New York 95 

Essex Institute 78 



PAOB. 

Estes and Lauriat, Pubs., Boston 154 

Evanston, Illinois 26, 27,67 

Evanston, Illinois Historical Society 26,67 

Evansville, Indiana 68 

Evarts, L. H. & Co., Pubs., Philadelphia 99 

Everts & Stewart, Pubs., Philadelphia 114 

Everts, Baskin & Stewart, Pubs., Chicago 40 

Everts, Louis H 76 

Ewing Family 130, 134 

Exeter, New Hampshire 90 

Epositions, World's Fair, Chicago 51 

Extracts from American Newspapers 91 

Ezekiel,H. T 123,124 



Fairbaim's Crests of the Leading Families of 

Great Britain and Ireland 150 

Fairbaim, James 150 

Fairfield , Connecticut 6, 9 

Fairfield County, Connecticut 5 

Fairmount, West Vir^ia 127 

Families, See Family Histories. 

Families — Irish 151 

Families, Noted Southern 152 

Famous Families of New York 95 

Farmer, John 79, 150, 155 

Farmingdale, Maine 74 

Farmington, Illinois 27 

Farthing, W.D 106 

Fassett Family 147 

Fassett Family, See Wallbridge Family 147 

Fayette County, Illinois 27 

Fayette County, Illinois Bar Association 62 

Fayette County, Indiana 68 

Fayette County, Pennsylvania 113 

Fayetteville, North Carolina 104 

Federal Constitution 99 

Fell Family. ....134 

Fell, Jesse W 134 

Fergus Historical Series, Chicago 19, 55, 133 

Fergus Printing Company, Chicago 

. :............. ...19,26,38,51,52,144 

Fernow.Berthold 97,101 

Ferrier Family 134 

Ferrier, Thomas 134 

Ffrench, Charles 151 

Field, Edward 116 

Field Publishing Company, Chicago 58 

Filey, Chauncey 1 87 

First Congregational Church, Hanover, Massa- 

chusetts . ....-...................-••••--••• 80 

First Presbyterian Church, Chicago 19 

First Reformed (Dutch) Church, Hackensack, 

N.J 92 

Fishback Family 122,134 

Fishback, John 122,134 

Fisher Family 133,138 

Fisher Family, See Dillon Family 133 

Fisher, G. & Co., Pubs., Chicago 36 

Fisher, Orceneth 120 

Fiske,John 149 

Fiske,W. A 124 

Fitch, Jabez 33,34,48 

Flagg Family 134 

Flagg, Gershom 134 

Flagg, Lucius C. S 134 

Flagg, Norman G 42, 134 

Flatlands, (Cemeteries) New York 96 

Flegg, Thomas 134 

Fletcher. Mabel E 48 

Flint. William «& Co 88 

Floral Home, (Minnesota) 86 

Florey Family 139 

Florey Family, See Keve Family 139 

Florida State, Governors, Chief Justices, 1845- 

1905 11 

Florida State, Huguenot Colony 1562-1565... 11 

Florida State, Jacksonville H 

Floumoy, Henry W 122 

Flower, George 13,26 



164 



INDEX-^ontiniied. 



PAGE. 

Flower's, Letters from Lexington, Ky 72 

Flower, Richard 26 

Floyd Family 135 

Floyd, Nicholas Jacksou 135 

Fobes Family 147 

Fobes Family, See Wallbridge 135 

FoUett, Foster & Co. , Pubs 108 

Folsom, A. J., Pubs ? 86 

Fontaine, (Rev.) James 123 

Fontaine Family 135 

Fontaine, (Rev.) James 135 

Foote & Da vies Co., Pubs., Atlanta, Ga 11 

Foote Family 135 

Foote, John 135 

Foote, Nathaniel 135 

Foote, Pasco 135 

Foote, Richard 135 

Foote, W. H 106 

Ford County, Illinois 27 

Ford Family 135 

Ford, (Governor) Thomas 135 

Ford. Henry Jones 153 

Fordnam Family 135 

Fordham, New York, St. Johns College 09 

Forest City, Illinois 43, 44 

Forrester, George 127, 128 

Fort , Charlotte 3 

Fort Chartres 28, 35 

Fort Snelling, Minnesota 85 

Founders and Patriots of America, Connecticut 

State Society 6 

Fountain County, Indiana 68 

Fountain Green, Illinois 27, 30 

Foutch, Adelbert Ellsworth 135 

Foutch Family 135 

Fowkes, Henry L 20 

Fox Family 135 

Fox, William A 135 

France 93 

Frankfort, Kentucky 73, 121 

Frankfort, Maine 74, 75 

Franklin County, Illinois 27, 58, 66 

FrankUn County, Kansas 71 

Franklin County, Massachusetts See Hampden 79 

Franklin County, New York 95, 99 

Franklin County, Ohio 108 

Franklin County, Pennsylvania 112, 113, 114 

Franklin Printing Company 147 

Franks, J. W. & Sons, Peoria, 111 27, 43 

Franzen. George H 39 

Frederick Countjr, Virginia 125 

Freeman, Frederick 78 

Fremont, Ohio Ill 

French, Aaron 135 

French Family 135 

French Family of Belturbet 142 

French, J. H 95 

Friends, Society of, Rhode Island 115 

Frontiersmen of New York 95 

Fuller, G.N 85 

FuUwood Family 139 

Fullwood Famil J , See Keve Family 139 

Fulwider, Addison L 61 

Funk & Wagnalls Pubs., N. Y 94 

Fulton County, Illinois 2S 

G 

Gager Family 147 

Gager Family, See Wallbridge Family 147 

Gale, Edwin 6 19 

Gale, George Candee 36 

Gale, (Rev.) G. W 29 

Gale, W. Seldon 36 

Galena, Illinois 28 

Gales, Joseph & Sons, Pubs., Raleigh, N. C..104 

Galesburg, Illinois 28, 29, 36 

Galesburg, Illinois, Knox College 28 

Gallatin Coimty, Illinois 27, 29, 58, 66 

Garden City, New Jersey 87 

Gardiner, Maine 74, 75 



PAGE. 

Gardner. E. A 27 

Gary, Clemmitt & Jones, Pubs., Richmond 

Va 124 

Gazetteer of Illinois and Missouri 86 

Gazetteers of Illinois 29 

Gazetteer of Missouri 29 

Gazetteer of New York 95 

Gazette Publishing House, Rockford, 111 52 

Genealo^cal Advertiser g2 

Genealogical and Family History of New 

Hampshire 89 

Genealogical notes of New York and New 

England Families 95 

Genealogical Register of First Settlers of New 

England 79,150 

Genealogies, American 151 

Genealogies, English 151 

Genealogy and Heraldry, Derivation and 

Meaning of Surnames 150 

Genealogy, United States 163 

Genesee County, New York 95,98 

Geneseo, Illinois 29 

Georgia State 3,11,12 

Georgia State, Atlanta 11 

Georgia State, Biographical Sketches of Dele- 
gates from, to the Continental Congress 11 

Georgia State, Camden County 11 

Georgia State, Clinch County 11 

Georgia State, Columbus 3 

Georgia State. Governors, United States 

Senators, Chief Justices, 1789-1906 12 

Georgia State Historical Society U 

Georgia State, Liberty County 12 

Georgia State, Macon U 

Georgia State, University Historical Sketch... U 

Georgia State, St. Mary's 12 

Georgia Stale, Savannah U 

German Society of Maryland 76 

German sof New Jersey 91 

Germantown , Va 122 

Gibson Bros., Pubs., Washington, D. C 133 

Giger, H. D 59 

Gilbert and Hodge, Pubs. , Dublin 94 

Gillespie, Joseph 55 

Gilliland , James H 15 

GilUss Press, N. Y 136 

Gilman Fainily . . . : 136 

Glackin, E. J 151 

Gleason,E 7 

Glendening Family 131 

Glendening Family, See Clendenin 131 

Glendqyn Family 131 

Globe Publishing Company, Chicago 21,33,65 

Gloucester County, New Jersey 91,93 

Godfrey, Illinois 45 

Gold, 'Thomas Daniel 122 

Goodpasture, A. V 118, 154 

Goodpasture, W. H 118,154 

Goodrich, Charles A 152 

Goodspeed, James 34.66 

Goodspeed Publishing Company, Chicago 

19,27,29,58,66,119,120 

Goodspeed, T. W 20 

Goodwin Family 136 

Goodwin, H.C 94 

Goodwin, James 136,142 

Goodwin, James Junius 136 

Goodwin, Lucy Morgan 136,142 

Goodwin, Ozias 138 

Goodwin, William 136 

Gordon, James W 31,67 

Gordon, T.F 95 

Gorton, G. W., Pub., Philadelphia 113 

Goudy, E. F 29 

Goudy Fainily 136 

Gould , Jay 94 

Gouldtown , N . J 91 

Goux, Suzanne 130 

Gragg, I. P 138 

Graham, A. A. & Co., Pubs., Newark, Ohio... 

108,109,111 



165 



INDEX-^ontiniied. 



PAGE. 

Graham, Albert Adams Ill 

Graham, James R 124, 126 

Graham, (Major), W. A 102 

Graham, Wm. A., LL.D 105 

Grahill.W. N 123,125 

Grand Rapids Michigan 60, 81 

Granite State Pubhshing Company, Man- 
chester, N . H 89, 90 

Grant Family 136 

Grant, James Wilson 97 

Grant, (Gen.) Ulysses S 136 

Gratz, B 136 

Gratz Family 136 

Gratz, M 136 

Gray, John 154 

Gray, Robert A 152 

Grayson County, Virginia 122 

Great Britain 151 

Green, Amy Church 136 

Green, Charles Ransley, Historian and pub- 
lisher 71,136 

Green, Ezra 136 

Green Family 136 

Green, G. R., Publishers, Olathe, Kan 71 

Green , (Rev.) Jacob 92 

Greenbush, Illinois 29 

Greene County, Illinois 29, 30, 33 

Greene County, Kentucky 72 

Greene, W. W 59 

Greenlaw, L. H 82 

Green's Historical Series 71 

Greensboro, North Carolina ^05 

Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina 

103,104 

Greenwich, Conn .» 6 

Gregg, Frank Moody 152 

Gregg, I. P 80 

Gregg, Thomas 30 

Gresham Family 137 

Gresham. John, U. S. A 24 

Gresham's of America 141 

Gridley,J. N 17,62 

Griffen, Henry S., Pub 78 

Griffing,B. N 21,61,65 

Griffin, Simon Goodell ,M. A 89 

Griffith Family 137 

Griggsville, Hhnois, Congregational Church ... 30 

Grigsby's Cowboys 107, 118 

J Grimes, J. Bryan 106 

Grinton, Wilham 34 

Griswold Family 137 

Griswold, (Mrs.) Ursula Wolcott 137, 148 

Gritzner & Henderson, Pubs., Joliet, Illinois. . 66 

Grover, Frank Reed 26, 67 

Grundy County, Illinois 30,37 

Guernsey County, Ohio 108 

Guild, J. C 119 

Guilford Battle Ground Co., Pubs 147 

Guilford, Connecticut 5 

Guilford, Connecticut, Congregational Church 6 
Guilford Coimty, North Carolina 103 



H 

Hackensack, New Jersey 92 

Haines, Family 137 

Haines, James 52, 137 

Hair J. T 42 

Hale', E. j! & Son,' Pubs.' 'FayetteviVlei n'. c! ! 104 

Hale. W. T 119 

Halifax County, North Carolina 103 

Hall, Benjamin Homer 121 

Hall, Frederick 24 

Hall,N. N.,Jr 109 

Hallowell, Benjamin 137 

Hallowell Family 137 

Hallum Family 137 

Hallum, John 137 

Hamelle, W. H 70 

Hamilton, B B 33 



PAGE 

Hamilton County, Illinois 27,29,30, 58, 66 

Hamilton Family 142 

Hamilton, New York 97 

Hamilton, Oscar B 34 

Hamilton , P.J 3 

Hamm, Margherita Arlina 95 

Hammond, Jabez Delano 99 

Hammond, John Martin 76 

Hampden County, Massachusetts 78, 79 

Hampshire County, Massachusetts 79 

Hampshire County, Mass., See Hampden 

County 79 

Hancock County, Illinois 30, 31 

Hancock County, Ohio 108 

Hanna, Charles A 108 

Hanna,J. E. T 53 

Hanover, Mass 78,80 

Hanover, New Jersey 92 

Hansen, Marcus L 85 

Hanson, J. W 79 

Hardin County, Illinois 31, 34, 43, 53 

Hardin County, Ohio 108, 1 10 

Hard wick. Mass 80 

Harlem, (New York City) 96 

Harmon, Illinois 38 

Harnett, Cornelius 103 

Harper, J. and J., Pubs., N. Y 98 

Harpswell, Maine 74 

Harris, (Mrs.) Andrew 20, 24 

Harris Family 137 

Harris. Thomas Henry 137 

HarrisDurg, Pennsylvania 115 

Harrison County, Ohio 108 

Harrison County, W. Va ; 126 

Harrison, F.G 149 

Harrison , George B 1 22 

Harrison, Samuel Alexander 77 

Harrison & Sons, Pubs., London, Eng 149 

Hartford , Conn 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 

Hartford County, Conn 6 

Harvey, G. A 14,57 

Haskell Family 130, 137, 139, 141 

Haskell Family, See Marshall Family 141 

HaskinSjD. G 137 

Hastings, Hugh 94 

Hatfield, A., Jr 101 

Hathaway, J. R. B 104, 155 

Hauser , James J 113 

Haverhill, Massachusetts 80, 120 

Haverhill, (Mass.) Board of Trade and City 

Council 80 

Haverhill, (Mass.) City Council 80 

Haverhill, New Hampshire 120 

Hawaii, United States Representative to, 

1841-1898 12 

Hawes, George W 29 

Hawks, (Rev.) Francis L.> D. D., LL. D .104, 105 

Hayes, J. F.C 120 

Haymond, Henry 126 

Haynes, (Rev.) Nathaniel S 20, 24, 32 

Haywood County, North Carolina 10 

Hazlett,C. A 90 

Head, FrankUn H 19 

Head, Harriet Russell 132 

Heartman , Charles Fred 154 

Heer, Fred J 107 

Henderson County, Illinois 30, 31, 44 

Henderson, J. G 25, 58 

Henninghauser, L. P 76 

Henry County, Illinois 31,65, 68 

Heraldry 151 

Herbert, E 152 

Herkimer County, New York 96, 98 

Herrick, E. R. & Co., N. Y 97 

Heylin, Jesse 28 

Hickenlooper, Frank 71 

Hicks, E.W 36 

Highbee, Harry 51 

Highland County, Ohio 108 

Hill , Don Gleason 79 

Hill, H. H. & Co., Pubs., Chicago. .31,32,38,44,62 



1G6 



INDEX-^Continued. 



PAGE. 

Hill, J. L. Publishing Company, Richmond, 

Va 125 

Hill, J. W 129,147 

Hill, Nonnan Newell, Jr 108, 109 

Hill,W. B «i 

HiU,W.C 141 

Hillsboro, Illinois 32 

Hillsboro, North Carolina, Colonial and Revo- 
lutionary 103 

Hillsboro, Ohio, Ohio Gazette, Newspaper 108 

Hills Family 137 

Hills, G.M 90 

Hills, W.S 137 

Hinman, Royal R 6,7 

Hinners, Albert E 17 

Hinrichsen, (Miss) Savillah T 62 

Hinton , W. Va 127 

Historical & Genealogical Register of North 

Carolina 104 

Historical and Geographical Account of the 

Province and Country of Pennsylvania. .92, 113 
Historical and Geographical Account of Pro- 
vince and Country of West New Jersey. .92, 113 

Historical Collections, Essex Institute 79 

Historical Collections of the Mahoning Valley, 

Ohio 109 

Historical Collections of New Jersey 92 

Historical Collections of Pennsylvania 113 

Historical Collections of Vermont 120 

Historical Publishing Co., Evansville, Ind 68 

Historical Society, Buffalo, N. Y., Papers 93 

Historical Society, Cambridge, Mass., Pro- 
ceedings 78 

Historical Society, Georgia 11 

Historical Society, Long Island 97 

Historical Society, Massachusetts 80 

Historical Society, Minnesota, Bulletins 86 

Historical Society New Hampshire Collections 

89-90 

Historical Society, New York 96 

Historical Society, Oregon, Quarterly 112 

Historical Society, Rhode Island Collections 

and Proceedings 115 

Historical Society, Vermont, Collections and 

Proceedings 120 

Hitchcock and Stafford, Pubs., New Haven 

Conn.. 139 

Hoagland,F 27 

Hobart, Benjamin 82 

Hobson,F. G 113 

Hodges, Almon Danforth 116, 137 

Hodges, Amory G 116 

Hodgson Family 133,137,138 

Hoffman , Winnifred 64 

Holbrooke Family 130, 139, 141 

Holbrooke Family, See Marshall Family 141 

Holden,A. W 99 

Holden, W. W 103 

Holland 93 

Holland, Josiah Gilbert 79 

Holland Purchase of Western New York 96 

Holland Society 151 

Holland Society of New York 96 

Holliday, F. E 69 

Hollister,JobnH.,M. D 51 

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va 124 

Holman , Alfred L 144 

Holmes, F. E 24 

Home Historical Series 67 

Home Journal Steam Printing Co., Lacon, 

Illinois 43,54 

Home Missionary, January. 1844 13 

Homes of Massachusetts Ancestors of Major 

General Joseph Hooker 80 

Homewood Publishing Company, Chicago 57 

Honduras, United States Representatives to 

1853-1906 12 

Hooker Family 138 

Hooker, (Major) General Joseph 138 

Hooker, Thomas 5 

Hopkins, The Johns (Press) 163 



PAGE. 

Hopkins, Johns University Studies 105 

Hord , Arnold Harris 138 

Hord Family 138 

Hosmer Family 138 

Hosmer, Harriet 138 

Hosmer, James 138 

Hostetter , Charles L 17 

Houck, Louis 86 

Hough, Franklin B 95,96,99 

Houghton, H. H. & Co., Pubs., Galena, Illi- 
nois 28 

Houghton, Mifflin <& Co., Pubs., N. Y 

3, 11, 125, 152 

House, C. J., Compiler 75 

Howard County, Indiane 68,69,70 

Howatt.W. F 69 

Howe, Henry 92 

Hojme, T. 8., Annual Directory of Homeo- 
pathic Pby^ciansin Chicago 51 

Hubbard, Bela 85 

Huckleberry Family 130,134 

Huckleberry Family, See Epler Family 134 

Hudson County, New Jersey 92 

Hudson, New Hampshire 80 

Hudson, New Jersey 92 

Hughes, C.R 122 

Hughes , Jesse 122 

Huguenot Colony, Florida, 156^1565 11 

Huguenot Family 123 

Huguenot Society of America 161 

Huguenot Society of South Carolina 117 

Huguenotsin New York 96 

Hull, A. L 11 

Hull Family 138 

Hull, George 138 

Humphrey, GeorgeP 94 

Humphreys, Sarah Riggs 4 

Hunter, C.i 104,105 

Hunter, P 11» 

Huntington County, Indiana 60 

Huntingt on , Mass 81 

Huntington , Mass. , See Murrayfield 80 

Hurd, Harvey B 27 

Hurd & Houghton Pubs., New York 5 

Husford Folks H 

Hutchin son Family 138 

Hutchinson, Peter Orlando 138 

Hutchinson , (His Excellency) Thomas 138 

Hyde, J. F 39 

Hyde, James Nevins 10,51 

Hyde, William and Howard L. Conrad, Eds.. 87 

I 

Icarian Community, Nauvoo, Illinois 47 

Idaho State, Caldwell 12 

Idaho State, History 12 

lies, Elijah 60,73,87 

Illinois College, Jacksonville 32 

Illinois Country 26 

Illinois State, Adams County 12,13 

Illinois State, Alexander County 13,62 

Illinois State, Alton 42,69,60 

Illinois State, Atlas, Maps 13 

Illinois State, Aiu"ora 36 

Illinois Stat e, Bankers' Association 14 

Illinois State, Bar Association 38 

Illinois State, Beardstown 14 

Illinois State, Belleville 14,67 

Illinois State, Bel videre 16 

Illinois State, Bishop Hill Colony 14 

Illinois State, Black Hawk War 14,15 

Illinois State, Bloomington 40,41,44,67 

Illinois State, Blue Book 16 

Illinois State, Bond County 15 

Illinois State, Boone County 15, 16,37 

Illinois State, Bristol 36 

Illinois State, Brown County 16 

Illinois State, Bureau County 16, 64 

Illinois State, Butler 45 

Illinois State, Cairo 13 



INDEX— CoDtmaed. 



lUiooia Btale, CahoHa 

II inoia State, ■CBmbtldBe 

I! InolsSlBte.Carbondttle 

liUnola Stale, Carroll County. . . 
" '- Js Stale, Cass CouiitT. . . . 

; Ja State, CBiilBimislHlstDi 

Illinois Stale, Cbampalgn Coun 
" inolt State, Chapters (ram 111 
■ — '- State, ChrisliBnCcjunly 

. Slate.ciarkCounty.... 

Illinois State, Clay County... 



tnols State, Clinton County!!. 

inds State, Colra County 

inola State, CcwkCoonty. ... 



ininob State, County . 

II Inola Stal«,Cannl7 Uapi... 
11 inds Slate, Courts and Lawy 
IlUnoU State, Crawtord County 
II inots State, Cumberland Com 

II Incds Stale, Danville 

IDinois State, Daugliteig of tlie 

oIdi Ion , 

n inda State, Cei'atui. 
Illinois State, DeKalb County... 
niinoia Stale, DeWilt County.. . 

Illinois State, Diioii 

I inolBSUte,Douf!lBsCounty.. 
I InoiBStale.DuPageCountj... 
B inols State, Dwi^t 



DUnoli state, Kdwards County 

niiiifris State, 'EfflDgbkm County... 
nUniOs State, ETBD8ion 



minolsStale, Ford County 

U inola State, Fnroat City 

I llnids State, Ft.Clianres 

Inols State, Founlain Ureen. . 

Inois State, Franklin Coumy. 
I inola Stale, French in minois. 

Inola Slate, Friends Society. . . 

iQoia Stale, Fulton County. . . 

'""■" ^iste, Ualcsbure 

jiate, Gallatin Coauty. . 



lindaSI 
tinois M 



e, Hamilton County.. 



llUnols Stale, Jersey County 

"Illlinria Stale, JoraeyvlUe 

IlUntds Stale, JoDaviesa County., 
lillnoia State, Johnson County. . . 
Illinois Stale, JoUei 

Ullnais State, Juliet, (Joiiet) 

Illinois State, Kane County 



nunota Stale, 
Illinois Slate, 



niinois State, 
minds State, 



.0,37 llllDois Stale, 
!§B,3e HUnoIsi 



Ullnds state, 
IlllnolB State, 
UHnda Stale, 



Ullnoia SUte, 



Ullnais Slate, 



M 48 47 W.ot aJ M 54 6a,a7,til>,«a,U,ei,eT 

IlUnda SUte Blatorloal bociety Joumaf 

13, H 17 ao II 24 2f, 30, 3!, 32, 35, 

37 3S 4^ 44 4fi 4S 47,ei si.^.sB.ii.ai.&Lta 

minote Slate, Iriah in, Illinds 32 



Kankakee County . . 



Lake County 

Lake Forest 

LaSalle County 

Latin Immlgrallon In.. 
I*wrence County 

LeeCounty!!!!"'.!!!!! 

DncofaV-'.:;!;;"".!;:'. 

UvUjpton County 

Logan County 

Lovington 

McDonou^ County.,. 

Mr Henry County 

McLean County 

McNabb 

Macon County 

Macoupin County 

Mad isnn County 

Marlon County 

Marshall County 

Mason County 

Massec County 

Menard County 



U ontgomeiy Coun i y . . . 



bgleCountj 
OquBwka... 
Oregon 



'JllicsB 



Praiiii du HochoV. 



Randolph County. .... 

Reriater, Newapapar. . 

RIeninond Coonly 

Rockford 

Rock Island County. . . 

St. ClnlrCounty 

Saline County 

Sangamon County 

Schuyler County 



168 



INDEX-^CoDliraed- 



PAOX. 

Illinois State Scott County 50 

Illinois State, Shabbona 48 

Illinois State, Shelby County 50 

Illinois State, Shelbyville 60 

Illinois State, Springfield 20 

Illinois State, Stark County 60 

Illinois State, Steward 61 

Illinois State, Stephenson County 60,61 

Illinois State Surveyors and Surveying in, by 

Zimri A. Enos 25 

niinioe State, Swedes of Illinois 60 

Illinois State, Swiss Settlement of Madison 

County 42 

Illinois State, Tazewell County 61 

Illinois State ,Toulon 60,61 

Illinois State, Union County .13,61,62 

Illinois State, Urbana 62 

Illinois State, Vandalia 62 

Illinois State, Vermilion County 62 

Illinois State, Virginia 57,62 

Illinois State, Wabash County 62,63 

Illinois Stale, War of the Rebellion, Ninety- 
first Illinois Volunteer Infantry 20 

Illinois State, War of the Rebellion, Regi- 
mental Histories 63, 64 

Illinois State, War of the Revolution, Revo- 
lutionary Soldiers buried in Illinois 64 

Illinois State, War with Mexico, Fourth Illi- 
nois Infantry 64 

Illinois State, Warren County 64,65 

Illinois State, Warren ville 65 

Illinois State, Washington County 65 

Illinois State, Waterloo 45 

Illinois State, Waukegan 65 

Illinois State, Wayne County 65 

Illinois State, Whitehall 29 

Illinois State, Will County 37 

Illinois State, Williamson County 58,66 

Illinois State, Wilmette 67 

•Illinois State, Winchester 67 

Illinois State, Winnebago County 56,67 

Illinois State, Woman's Columbia Club, 

Menard County 43 

Illinois State, Woodford County 67 

Illinois State, Woodstock 40 

Indianapolis , Indiana 21 , 33, 42, 56, 69, 70 

Indiana State, Cass County 68 

Indiana State, Corydon 68 

Indiana State, Fayette County 68 

Indiana State, Fountain County 68 

Indiana State, Gibson County 68 

Indiana State, Henry County 68 

Indiana State, Historical Society Publications. 70 

Indiana State, Howard County 68 

Indiana State, Indianapolis 21 , 42, 56 

Indiana State. Logansport 24 

Indiana State, Miami County 68 

Indiana State, Miscellany 69 

Indiana State, Montgomery County 68 

Indiana State, New Albany 68 

Indiana State, New Castle 68 

Indiana State, Tipton County 68 

Indian Wars of New England 81 

Indians. Iroquois Indians 96 

Indians, New York 95 

Inter Ocean, Chicago, Newspaper 19 

Inter State Publishing Company, Chicago 

37,58,66,72 

Iowa City, Iowa 70, 85 

Iowa Stale, Cedar Rapids 26 

Iowa State, Davenport 12,25,30,39,46,58 

Iowa State, Historical Society, Pubs 85 

Ipswich Historical Society, Pubs 81 

Ipswich in Massachusetts Bay Colony 81 

Ireland 151 

Irish 138,151 

Irish, American Irish in Chicago. . . : 151 

Irish Families 138 

Irish in the United States 151 

Iroquois County, Illinois 32 



PAGE. 

Iroquois Indians 96 

Island of Nassau, (Now Long Island) 98 

Inventories (New Jersey) 93 



Jackson, Andrew 25, 52 

Jackson County, Illinois 32,33 

Jackson County, Iowa 71 

Jackson County Historical Society, Iowa 71 

Jackson Family 138 

Jackson, John 82 

Jackson, Samuel Macualey ISO 

Jacksonville, Illinois 33,44 

Jacksonville, Illinois, College 33 

Jacksonville, Illinois, Courier, Newspaper 33 

Jacksonville, Illinois, Female Academy 33 

Jacksonville, Illinois, Journal, Newspaper.. .33,46 

Jacksonville, Florida H 

Jacobs, Henry Eyster 152 

Jacqiiin & Company, Pubs., Peoria, 111 50 

James, Edmund Janes 130, 138, 141, 146 

James Family 138 

James Genealogy 146 

James, J. A. & Co., Pubs., Cincinnati, Ohio... 120 

Jamison. Mrs. Isabel 65 

Jansen, McClurg & Co., Pubs., Chicago 132 

Jasper County, Illinois 23,33,56 

JeflTerson City, Missouri 87 

Jefferson County, Illinois 21,33,43,65 

Jefferson County, Virginia 122, 123, 125 

Jenkin Family, See Vaughan Family 147 

Jenkins, H. D., D.D 54 

Jersey County, Illinois 30, 33,34 

Jerseyman Office, Morristown, N.J 92 

Jerseyville, Illinois 33, 34 

Jervey, Clare 117 

Jessup, Mary Jane Van Duzer 147 

Jessup, Theodore 147 

Jessup, WUliam Armstrong 147 

Jeter, (Rev.) J. B 121 

Jewett,C. F. & Co., Boston W 

Jewett, John P. & Co., Boston 83 

Jewett, Thomas & Company, Pubs., Buffalo, 

N. Y 96,99 

Jews of South Carolina 117 

Jews in Virginia 123, 124 

JoDaviess County, Illinois 34 

Johns Hopkins Press 14, 105 

Johns Hopkins University 1* 

Johns,(Mrs.) Jane Martin 23,41 

Johnson County, Illinois 31, 34, 43,49, 53 

Johnson County, Indiana 69 

Johnson, (Mrs.) C. P 87 

Johnson, Crisfield 94 

Johnson, Edward F 84 

Johnson, Fordyce B 39 

Johnson and Hardin, Pubs 71,72 

Johnson, (Sir) William 98 

Johnston, Cornelia 148 

Johnston, James Dale 84 

Johnston, R. F. & Co., Pubs., Detroit, Mich. . 84 

Johnston, Thomas 148 

Joliet, Illinois 34,66 

Joliet, Illinois, Historical Society 34 

Joliet, Illinois, Republican, Newspaper 66 

Jones, B. C. & Co., Pubs., Austin, Texas 120 

Jones, Charles C, Jr 11 

Jones, Erasmus 74,75 

Jones Family 139 

Jones, John 130, 139 

Jones, Lotte E 62 

Jones, M. W 122 

Jones, Walter Burgwln 130, 139 

Jordan, John Woolf 112 

Josljm, Frank W 35 

Joslyn, R. Waite 35 

Journal, Illinois State Historical Society 

13,14,17,20,21,24,27,30,31,32,35, 

37, 38, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 61, 52, 53, 59, 61, 62, 63, 65 



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PAGE. 

Journals of Francis Beaumont, Cavalier 79 

Joy Prairie Congregational Church, Morgan 
County, Illinois 46 

K 

Kable, Harry Q 47, 48 

Kable, H. J 47,48 

Kanawha County, West Virginia 126 

Kane, Charles P 20, 24 

Kane County, Illinois 35,37 

Kankakee County, Illinois 16, 35, 37 

Kansas City, Missouri 122 

Kansas State 71 

Kansas State, Early Days in 71 

Kansas State, History of 71 

Kansas State, Lyndon 71 

Kansas State, Quan trill and Border Wars 71 

Kansas State, Shawnee County 71 

Kaskaskia, Illinois 28. 35, 36, 55 

Kauffman & Burch, Pubs., Rockford, Illinois 

56,67 

Kauffman, Horace G 48 

Keene, New Hampshire 89,90 

Keith, Clayton 139 

Kelly, (Mrs.) Edith Packard 65 

Kelsey, D. M 153 

Kemper, W.M 122,134 

Kendall County, Illinois 36,37 

Kennard and Hay, Pubs., New York. 92 

Kennedy, Brown & Hall Co., Pubs., Jackson- 
ville, Fia 11 

Kennedy. J. A 39,52 

Kenney & Gould, Pubs., N. Y 94 

Kent County, Delaware 9, 10 

Kent County, Maryland 76 

Kent County, Rhode Island 116 

Kent, George A 76 

Kentucky State 60, 71 

Kentucky State, Frankfort 121 

Kentucky State, Historical Society 73, 121 

Kentucky State, Lexington 13,63 

Kentucky State, Literature 72 

Kentucky State, Louisville 68 

Kentucky State University 72 

Kenyon College, Gambler, Ohio 109 

Kercbeval, Samuel 123, 125 

Kern, Fred J 55, 57 

Ketchum Family 139 

Kett, H. F. &Co., Pubs., Chicago 

16,17,23,31,34,37,48,65,67 

Keve Family 139 

Keve, J. F 139 

Kimball, Henry Ames 134 

Kiner, H. L 31 

King and Queen County, Virginia 123 

Kin g, John W 24 

King, Philip's War 81 

King Printing Company, Pubs., Bristol, Tenn.122 

Kingsbury Family 130, 139, 141 

Kingsbury, F. B. . 129, 137, 138, 141, 144, 146, 147, 148 

Kingsbury, Frank Burnside 130, 139, 141 

Kingsbury, (Mrs.) Frank Burnside. . . .130, 139, 141 

Kings County, New York 95 

Blings County Genealogical Club, New York... 95 

. Kings, Map of Noble Erin Island of Kings 151 

Kingston, New Hampshire 43 

Kinney Family 139 

Kinney, William 139 

Kirbv, Juha Duncan 133 

Kirkland Family 139 

Kirkland, Joseph 19 

Kite Family 139 

Kite, Virginia A 139 

Kitterraan Family 139 

IQtterman, John 139 

Klingman, A. L 70 

Knapp, G. & Co., Pubs., St. Louis, Mo 87 

Knapp, N. M 59 

Knickerbocker & Hodder, Pubs., Aurora, 111.. 
25.36 



PAGE. 

Knight & Leonard, Pubs 52 

Knight, (Mrs.) William James 114 

Knox County, Illinois 36 

Knox Coxmty , Ohio 109 

Knudson, (Mrs.) Emma Epler 130, 134, 138, 143 

Kockerthal, Joshua 98 

Koerner Family 139 

Koemer, Gustave 139 

Koerner, J. S 42 

Kofoid, Carrie Prudence 64 

Kohn and Polleck, Pubs., Baltimore, Md 77 

Koons, G. J 32 

Krafft. T. J 14,57 

Kroh, T. & Sons, Pubs., Baltimore, Md 122 

Kurtz, Frank 24, 38 



La Borde, M 118 

Lacon, Illinois 43, 54 

Lafayette College, Easton, Penna 113 

Laidley, W. S 126 

Lake City Publishing Company, Chicago 

22,25,30,35,36,37,69 

Lambert, Edward Rodolphus 99, 139 

Lambert Familv 139 

Lampton Family 139 

Lancaster, Massachusetts 79 

Lancaster, Pennsylvania 114, 115 

Land Office 75 

Landers & Son . Pubs., Oregon, Illinois 48 

Lane, Elizabetn Ferrier 134 

Lane, Samuel Alanson 107, 111 

Langdon, Addison L 55 

Langdon, William Chaxmcey 68 

Lansden, John M 16 

Lansing, Michigan 85 

La Porte County, Indiana 69 

Lamed, Ellen D 8 

LaSalle Countv, Illinois 37 

LaSalle, Illinois. Tribune, Newspaper 37 

La Serres Family 135 

Latourette Family 139, 140 

Latourette Family, See Keve 139 

Law Institute of New York 96 

Law, Mary J 16 

Lawrence County, Illinois 26, 37, 62 

Lawrence County, Indiana 69, 70 

Lawrence, George A 141 

Lawyers, Illinois Lawyers 38 

Lawyers. Notable Lawyers of the West 152 

Lay, G. B 106 

Leader Publishing House, Bloomington, Illi- 
nois 40 

Leaton, James 44 

Leaverton Family 140 

Leaverton, John Foster 140 

Le Baron, W. Jr. & Co., Pubs., Chicago 

: 21, 26, 36, 39, 40, 66, 67 

Lee County, Illinois 24, 38, 39, 52 

Lee Family 131,140 

Lee,J. N., D.D 131,140 

Lee, Mary 131,140 

Lee, William Wallace 4, 6, 131, 140 

Le Ferre, Ralph 96,100 

Legacy of Historical Gleanings, New York 96 

Legal News Company, Chicago, Illinois 55 

Leggett, (Rev.) Theodore A 101 

Legislative Manuel, North Dakota 107 

Legislative Manuel and Political Register of 

North Carolina for the year 1878 104 

Lehigh County, Pennsylvania 113 

Lehigh University, South Bethlehem, Penn- 
sylvania 113 

Lehman Family 147 

Lehman Family, See Wallbridge Family 147 

Leland Stanford University, California 4 

Lena, Illinois 60,65 

Lemen , James, Monument 45 

Leominster, Massachusetts 81 

Leonard Family 133, 138 



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PAGE. 

Leonard Family, See Dillon Family 140 

Leonard, John w 18 

Leah, U. S 69 

Letters, English Kings and Queens, Letters 

from 6 

Letters, Illinois Pioneer 51 

Leveling, Julia Henderson 68 

Lewis County, New York 96 

Lewis Historical Publishing Company, N. Y. 

5,91,127 

Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago 

18,22,69,70,86,89,107,108,112 

Lexington, Kentucky 13, 63, ?i, 83, 125 

Liberty County, Virginia 12 

Lichtenstein, Gaston 123,124 

Licking County, Ohio 109, 110 

Licking County, Ohio, Agricultural Society, 

Pubs 109 

Life and Times of (Rev.) Allen Wiley 69 

Lincoln, Abraham 23, 25, 52, 59 

Lincoln County, Maine 74, 75 

Lincoln Countj\ N. C, See Sketches of North 

Carolina, By C. L. Hunter 105 

Lincoln Engraving and Publishing Co., 

Chicago 55 

Lincoln Family 140 

Lincoln, Nebraska 88 

Linder, Usher F 38 

Lindley, Harlow 69 

Linn, W. M. & Sons, Publishers, Columbus, 

Ohio 107 

Linton, J. F 51 

Lippincott, Grambo & Co., Pubs., Philadel- 
phia 12,114,115 

Lippincott, J B. & Co., Philadelphia. 76,91, 99, 153 

Litcnfield County, Connecticut 6,7 

Little & Brown, Pubs., Boston 78,79,82,87 

Little, CharlesT 65 

Little & Company, Pubs., Albany, N. Y.... 95,99 
lives of the Signers of the Declaration of 

Independence 152 

Livingston County, Ulinois 37, 39 

Livingston County, New York 97,98 

Loami, Illinois 39 

Local History in Kentucky Literature 72 

Logan Counly, Illinois 39 

Logan, John K 102 

Logansport, Indiana 24 

Lomax Family 140 

Lomax, John 140 

London, England 6S, 76, 83, 85, 92, 95 

Londonerry, New Hampshire 90 

Long, Enoch 52 

Long Family 140 

Long Family, See Keve 139 

Long, G. Frank 42,61, 140 

Long Island, formerly Island of Nassau 97,9s 

Long Island Historical Society 97 

Long Island, Port Jefferson 97 

Long Island, Sea Spray 97 

Longman, Hurst, Recs, Orme & Brown, Pubs., 

London, Eng 26 

Loomis, Elisha S 140 

Loomis Family 140 

Loomis, Joseph 140 

Lorain County, Ohio 109 

Lorain County, Ohio, Agricultural Society 109 

Lorimer, (Col.) William A 44 

Los Angeles, California 64 

Lossing, Benson J 1 50 

Loudoun County, Virginia 123 

Louisiana, Si ate 73 

Louisville, Kentucky 68,71,72 

Louisville, Kentucky, Literary Club 72 

Love. (Rev.) William DeLoss 6 

Lovell Family 140 

Lovell, Robert 140 

Lovell, Samuel 82 

Loving, Short and Harrison, Pubs., Portland, 

Me 74 

Lovington,Illinois 39 



PAGE. 

Low, S. Marston, Scarle & Rivington, Pub., 

London 138 

Lowden, (Gov.) Frank Orren 4& 

Lower Peninsula of Michigan 84 

Lowther, Minnie Kendall 127 

Ix)valists 98 

Lucas County, Ohio. ... .!!!!!..!.!!! !i69, iii, 11? 

Ludlam, A. J 140 

Ludlam Family 140 

Ludlow, Massachusetts 81 

Ludlow, Vermont 121 

Lundy, Benjamin .141 

Lundy Family 141 

Lusk, D. W 39,53 

Lutheran Church 15» 

Lynchburg, Virginia 123, 12$ 

Lyndon, Kansas 71 

Lyon County. Kansas 71 

Lyon, J. B. Co., Pubs., Albany, N. Y 7,8,97 

M 

M'Afee, Robert B ....63,73 

McCagg, ErraB 19 

McCast in, Warren E 15 

McClellan,R. Guy 88 

McClemand Family 141 

McClemand, (Gen.) John A 141 

McClure,J 20 

McClurg, J. W 86 

McConnell. W. J 12 

McCormack, T. J 139 

McCormick, Joseph N '..... 70 

Mcculloch, David 18,49,50 

McDonough County, Illinois 30.31,39 

McDonough, J. L. «fc Co., Pubs., Philadelpnia 

26,37,39,45,50,55,62 

MacDonough, Rodney 10 

MacDonough, (Commodore) Thomas, U. 8. 

Navy, War 1812 10 

McElroy, W. N., D.D 45 

McFarland & Jenks. Pub., Concord, N. H 89 

McHenry Counly, Illinois 37,40 

Mclntosn, Charles Fleming 124 

Macka ye, Percy 87 

McKendree College, Lebanon , Illinois iO 

Mackey, (Miss) Minnie Mae 64 

McKinley Family 141 

McKinlev, William 141 

Mc Loan ('ounty, Illinois 15,40,41 

MclA'an Countv, Illinois, Historical Society... 40 

Mc Lean, L. A'. 17 

Mc Manus. Blanche 97 

Mo Nabb, Illinois 28 

MoNairv County. Tenn 191 

Macon Oounty, Illinois 23,41 

M aeon , Georgia 11 

Macoui)in County, Illinois 41 

Mac Pherson, Ernest 133 

Mc Reynolds Family 141 

McSherry, James 76 

Mc Whortor, Lucullus Virgil 122 

Madison County, Illinois 42,61 

Madison University, Hamilton, N. Y., Alumni 97 

Madison Univeristy, Hamilton, New York 97 

Madison Wisconsin 127 

Mahoning County, Ohio 110,111 

Mahoning Valley 109, HI 

Mahoning Valley Historical Society 109 

Maine, State 73-75 

Maine, State, Geologist and Biographer 74 

Maine, Slate Historical Society 74,75 

Major Family 141 

Major, Noah J 70 

Manchester, New Hampshire ffl,90 

Manhattan Island, New York 97 

Manierre, Ann E 141 

Maincrrc Family 141 

Manierre, G eorge 141 

Mansfield, Ohio ill 

Maps, Map of Noble Erin Island of Kings 151 



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Maquoketa, Iowa 71 

Maquoketa, Iowa, Sentinel 71 

Karbourg^Mrs.) C. A. Foster 130 

Ifarietta, Washington County, Ohio Ill 

Marion Cfounty, Illinois 21,33,42,43.56,65 

liarion County, Ohio 108, 110 

liarion County, West Virginia 127 

Marion , Illinois 66 

Marquis, A. N. & Co., Pubs., Chicago 18 

MarnageNotices in theSouth Carolina Gazctte.117 

Marshall, A. F 67 

Marshall County, Illinois 43, 64 

Marshall County, Tenn 119 

Marshall, Edward Chauncey 136 

Marshall Family 130,139,141 

MarshaU, Illinois 43 

Marshall Printing Co., Marshalltown. la 132 

Martin & Allardyco Co., Pubs., New Jerseyi. 

92 130 131 

Martin Fainiiy, See Casadan'd Stiles Famhies'. 146 

Martin , George Castor 92, 131 

Martin, William 1 108 

Martineau, Harriet 18 

Martzolfl, Clement L 110 

Marvin, T. R. & Sou, Pubs., Boston 116, 137 

Maryland State 75-77 

Maryland State, Baltimore 122 

Maryland State, Colonial Eastern Shore 74, 76 

Maryland State Records, Colonial, Revo- 
lutionary, Count y and Church 76 

Maryland State Society, Daughters of the 

American Revolution 76, 77 

Mashpee, Massachusetts 78 

Mason & Company, Pubs., Syracuse, N. Y 

11,10«.115 

Mason County, Illinois 43,44 

Mason, Edward O 18,35 

Mason N 50 

Massac County' Illinois. .'. ] V. . . . ! . . . '. ]3i,"34,43, 53 

Massachusetts Colony 81 

Massachusetts State 77, 89 

Massachusetts State, Boston 3 

Massachusetts St ate, Worcester 8 

Massic, Davis Meade 110 

Massie, Nathaniel, A Pioneer of Ohio 110 

Mather, Frederick Gregory 7, >',97 

Mathews. M.W 17 

Matson , Nehemiah 16, 52 

Matthews A: Warren, Pub., Buffalo N. Y 94 

Maurice Family 130, 139, 141 

Maurice Family, Sec Marshall Family 141 

Maury, Ann 123 

Maury County, Tciin 119 

MaiU'y Famio*. See Memoirs of a Huguenot 

Family, By Rev. James Fontaine 

May Family 142 

Mayflower, (The) 79, 152 

Mayflower, (The) Descendants 97 

May, Mary Ann 142, 143 

May, Susan Short 145 

Mead, Daniel M 5 

Mears, Adelia Pool 139 

Mecklenbure County, North Carolina, See 

Sketches North Carolina, By Foote 106 

Medina Countv, Ohio 110 

Meech Family 147 

Meech Familv, See Wallbridge Family 147 

Meek, Basil.* Ill 

Meese, William A .'■>7, 64 

Meanness, J. F. (John of Lancaster; 112 

Melling<&: (iaskiiis. Pubs., Alton, 111 i» 

Memorials of a Half Century in Michigan and 

the Lak<* Region K5 

MemOTial Ilistorv of t he City of New York 97 

Menard County, Illinois 4:^,44 

Mercer County, Illinois 31,44 

Merchants, Colonial Merchants and the Amer- 
ican Revolution, 1763-1770 IM 

Meridian. Conn 4,6 

Mema, Illinois 44 

Messinger Family 143 



PAOX. 

Methodist Church 44,45.152 

Methodist Church, Barratt's Chapel ana 

Methodism, Delaware 9 

Methodist Church, Ebezener M. E. Church, 

Morgan County, Illinois 44, 46 

Methodist Church, Pulaski. Dlinois 45 

Methodist Church, Salt Creek Circuit, 1829- 

1833 44 

Methodist Church, Urbana, Illinois 62 

Methodist Church, Virginia State 124 

Methodist Episcopal Church in Kentucky.. 72, 73 

Methodist Preachers 69 

Metropolis, Illinois 43, 63 

Miama County, Indiana 68,69, 70 

Michigan State 84, 86 

Michigan State, Grand Rapids 60,61 

Michigan State, Historical Commission 86 

Michigan State. History Magazine 86 

Middlebury College, Middlebury Vermont 121 

Middlebury, Conn g 

Middleditch, L. Co., New York 144 

Middlefield, Mass., See Murra3rfield 81 

Middlesex County, Mass 81,84 

Middletown, Conn 8 

Mikkelsen . Michael A 14 

Millbury, Mass 81 

Miller, Caroline H 137 

Miller, Harry C 70 

Miller, (Mrs.) I. G 47 

Miller, J. H 127 

Millet, Joshua 73 

Milligan, (Prof.) Har\'ey W 33,46 

Mills, Joseph 137 

Milton, George &, Co., Pubs., Chicago 18 

Milwaukee, Wis 128 

Miner, Edward 34 

Miner, E. G 67 

Miner, Frank A 69 

Minneapolis, Minn 86 

Minnesota State 86, 86 

Minnesota State Historical Society 86 

Minuit, (Gov.) Peter 97 

Missouri State 60, 86-88 

Missouri State Gazetteer 29 

Missouri State, Kansas City 122 

Missouri State, St. Louis : 42 

Missouri State, Struggle for Statehood 87 

Mississippi State 3, 1 1, 86 

Mississippi Valley 45, 57 

Mobile, Alabama 3 

Moffat, R. Burnham 144 

Moffett, Hugh R 64 

Mohawk Valley, New York 96, 98 

Moline, Illinois 57 

Money Creek Township, McLean County, 

Illinois 41 

Monmouth County, New Jersey 92 

Monongahela Valley, West Virginia 127 

Monroe County, Illinois 45,50, 55 

Monroe County, Indiana 70 

Monroe County, Iowa 71 

Monroe County, New York 98 

Monroe, Wiley 69 

Montague, K. J 65 

Montana , State 88 

Montgomerj-, Alal>ama 3 

Montgomery Book and Job Co., Ulllsboro, 

Illinois 32 

Montgomery County, Illinois 15, 46 

Montgomery County, Illinois, Butler Grove 

Township 16 

Montgomory Count y. New York 98 

Montgomery County, Ohio 110 

Montgomery County, Pennsylvania 113, 114 

Montgomery, Mass., See Mufrayfield *>1 

.Mont hly Progress Periodic-al 25 

Montic-ello Seminarv, Godfrey, Illinois 45 

yUjffW, A . . Jr 122 

Moore, Alben Arthur 142 

Mfx>re CfMinty, Nonh Carolina 104 

Moore, Ensley 33, 46, 136 



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Moore Family 142 

Morehouse, Frances Milton 134 

Morgan County, Illinois 

20,24,25,33,44,45,46,58,59,63 

Morgan County, Indiana 70 

Morgan Family 142 

Morgantown, west Virginia 126 

Mormons 31, 46, 47 

Mormons, Illinois 46, 47 

Morrill, Charles Henry 142 

Morrill Family 142 

Morris County, New Jersey 92 

Morris Family 92,131 

Morris Family, See Shark River District, 

Monmouth County, New Jersey 92 

McH*ris Reserve, New York 98 

Morris, Seymour 145 

Morrison, Illinois 66 

Morristown , New Jersey 92 

Morton, J. P. 6: Co., Pubs., LoiUsville, Ky. .. . 72 

Morton, J. Sterling 88 

Moses, John 19, 59 

Moultrie Count y. Illinois 47, 59 

Mount Morris, Illinois 47, 48 

Mudge, A. & Son, Pubs-, Boston 74 

Muhlenberg College, Pennsylvania 114 

Muhlenberg County, Kentucky 72 

Mullord, Isaac S 91 

Municipal Printing Office, Boston 78 

Munroe Family 142 

Muiisell, J., Publishing Co., Albany, N. Y 

15,17,18,19,20,22, 

24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 44, 
46, 49, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 63, 64, 95, 96, 98, 99, 147, 148 
Munsell <fe Rowland, Pubs., Albany, N. Y — 96 

Murray, S. W., Pub., Newman, (Ja 12 

Murray, Williamson & Phelps Pub., Chicago. 12 

Murrayficld, Mass 78,}'X),8l 

Murphy, J 76 

Mussey, B. B. & Co., Pubs., Boston 74,75 

Muzzey, A. B .128, 130, 133, 139, 140, 142, 143, 144, 154 

Myers, R. L. & Co 115 

Myers, Theodore Bailey 98 

Myers, Thomas M 142 

N 

Nash, E. W 95 

Nash, Frances 103 

Nash, Gilbert 84 

NashVille, Teiin 72,73,118,119 

Nason, N.C 50 

National Cyclopedia of American History 

3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 68, 71, 72, 73, 74, 76, 77, 
80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 88 ,90, 92, 93, 96, 97, 98, 
99. 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 12:i, 125, 126, 127, 128, 152 

National Gcncalo^cal Society Quarterly 75 

National Illustrating Co., Effingham, Illinois.. 62 

National Magazine 65 

Nauvoo, Illinois Icarian Community 47 

Neale Publishing Co., N. Y 88, 123 

Neathery, Johii B., Printer, N.C 106 

Nebraska State : 88 

Nebraska State Historical Society 88 

Neil! , Edward Duflield 85 

Nelson, William Edward 23,41 

Nevada , State 88 

Nevada State, Governors, United State Sen- 
ators and Chief Justices 88 

Nevin , (Rev.) Alfred 112, 113, 114 

Now Albany, Indiana 68 

New Amst erdam, (New York) 98 

Newark, New Jersey 92 

Newark, Ohio 108, 109, 110 

Ncwbauer, Ella C 42 

New Bedford, Mass 78 

Newberry, S. C 117 

New Brunswick, New Jersey 92,93 

Newbury, Mass 81, 92 

Newbury, Now York 98 

Newburyport, Mass 81, 82 



PAGE. 

New Castle, Indiana 68 

New Design, Illinois 45 

New England 82 

New England Economic and Social History... 152 
New England Families, Genealogical Notes... 95 
New England, Oenealogical Register of the 

First Settlers 150 

New England Historical & Oenealo^cal 

Society, Pubs 80, 83,84 

New Hampshire State 80-410 

New Hampshire State, Deerfield 43 

New Hampshire State, Haverhill 120 

New Hampshire State, Historical Society Col- 
lections 90 

New Hampshire State, Kingston 43 

New Harlem Pub. Co., N. Y 96 

New Haven, Conn 5,6,9 

Ne>r Haven, Conn., History of the Colony 93 

New Jersey State 90^ 

New Jersey State, Asbury Park 92 

New Jersey State, Burlington County 93 

New Jersey State, Cape May County 93 

New Jersey State, Christ Church, New Bruns- 
wick 92 

New Jersey State, Elisabeth 93 

New Jersey State, Gloucester County 93 

New Jersey State, Governors, United States 

Senat ors , and Chief Justices of 92 

New Jersey State, Hanover 92 

New Jersey State, Historical Society Archives. 91 

New Jersey State, Monmouth County 92 

New Jersey State, Mwristown 92 

New Jersey State, New Brunswick 92,93 

New Jersey State, New Brunswick, Christ 

Church 92 

New Jersey Slate, Officers and Men of, in Wars 92 

New Jersey State, f*resbyterian Church 92 

New Jersey State, Princeton . N.J 125 

New Jersey State, Records of Officers and Men 

in New Jersey Wars 92 

New Jersey State, Rutgers College, New Bruns- 
wick 93 

New Jersey State, Shark River District, Mon- 

mout h Count y 92 

New Jersey State, Sussex County 93 

New Jersey State, Trenton 90,91,92,93 

New Jersey State, Union Coimty 93 

New Jersey State, Woodbury 93 

New Jersey Slate, W^oodbury County 93 

Newkirk I* amily Itf 

Newkirk,T. J 129,1« 

Ne .viands, R. W 14 

New Lexington, Ohio ....HO 

Newman , A Ibert Henry M8 

Newman, Felix 94 

New Netnerlands, former name for New York 94 

New Orange, New York 98 

New Paltz, New York 96 

New Plymouth, Massachusetts 82 

Newport County, Rhode Island 116 

Newsomc,E 32 

Newspapers, Belleville, (Illinois) Advocate.... 57 

Ne wspa pers, Chicago Legal News 38, 66 

Newspapers, Decatur, (Illinois) Herald Press . 28 
Newspapers, Dundee (Illinois) Hawkeye.... 24,35 
Newsi)apcrs, Edwardsnlle (Illinois) Intelli- 
gencer tf 

NoAspapers, Herald, Lincoln, Illinois 39 

Newspapers, Illinois State Register 67 

Newspapers, Inter-Ocean. Chicago 19 

Newspapers, Jacksonville (Illinois) Daily 

Journal Co ^ 

Newspapers, Jacksonville (Illinois) Cwirier..-. ^ 
Newspapers, Jacksonville (Illinois) Journal ...» 

Newspapers, J oUet (Illinois) Republican w 

Newspapers, LaSalle (Illinois) Tribune 37 

Newspapers, Ottawa (Iliiiiois) Republican 

Times « 

Newspapers, Peoria (Illinois) Deutsdien 

Zcitung w 

Newspapers , Peoria, (IIlinois)Herald ^ 



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PAGE. 

capers, Prairie Fanner 59 

)apers, Robinson (Illinois) Argus 22 

)apers, Sangamon Journal, Springfield, 

64 

japers, Southeast Georgian 12 

)apers, Virginia, (Illinois) Enquirer 17 

)n , Charles 135 

>n , Massachusetts 82 

fork State 7.89,91,93-101, 123 

fork State, Abstract of Wills 9 

Tork State, Albany 94, 96, 96, 97, 98, 99 

Tork State, Allegany County 93, 98 

.''ork State, Board of Publication 92 

^ork State, Border Wars 94 

fork State, Brooklyn 48,97 

?'ork State, Buffalo 94,96.99 

fork State, Canton, St. Lawrence Uni- 

i^y gg 

^ork state, Coionial History. .. ......... 93 

^ork State Colonial Militia 94 

''ork State, Cooperstown 94 

I'ork State, Cortland County 94 

''ork State, Crown Point 94, 95 

''ork State Deeds 94 

^ork State, Delaware County 94 

fork State, Descendants of Mayflower, 

3ty 97 

^ork State, Erie County 94 

^ork State, Essex County 95 

''ork State, Famous Families 95 

^ork State, Flatlands (Cemeteries) 95 

''ork State, Fordham, St. John's College 99 

""ork State, Fort Johnson 95 

'ork State, Franklin County 95, 99 

'ork State, Frontiersmen 95 

'ork State, Gazetteer 95 

ork State, Genealogical notes of, families 95 

'ork State, Genesee County 95,98 

ork State, Hamilton 97 

'ork State, Harlem (New York City) ... 96 

'ork State, Herkimer County 96, 98 

'ork State, Historical Society 96,98 

'ork State, History 93,94,96 

ork State, (Western) Holland Purchase. 96 

'ork State, Holland Society 96 

ork State, Huguenots in New York 96 

ork State, Indians 95 

ork State, Kings County 95 

""ork State, Kings County Genealogical 

'ork State, Law institute 96 

'ork State Legacy of Historical Glean- 

96 

ork State, Lewis County 96 

ork State, Livingston County 97,98 

ork State, Madison University, Alumni 97 
ork State, Madison University at Ham- 

97 

ork State, Manhattan Island 97 

ork State, Memorial History of City of 

York 97 

ork State, Mohawk Valley 96, 98 

ork State, Monroe County 98 

ork State, Montgomery County 98 

ork State, Morris County 92 

ork State, Morris Reserve 98 

ork State, Newbury 98 

ork State, New Orange 98 

ork State, New Paltz 96 

ork State, New York City 5, 7, 11, 

, 85, 88, 92, 93, 95, 117, 121, 122, 123, 125, 127 

ork State, New York City Chamber of 
nerce 98 

ork State, (Northern) 99 

ork State, Ontario County 98 

ork State, Orderly Book During the Or- 
y Campaign 98 

ork State, Orleans County 98 

ork State, Oyster Bay 98 

3rk State, Phelps and Gorham Purchase 98 



PAGE. 

New York State, Political Parties in 99 

New York State, (Western) Pioneer History 

of Holland Purchase 99 

New York State, Provincial Troops 94 

New York State, Queensbury 99 

New York State, Rochester 94, 95, 97, 98, 99 

New York State, St. John's College at Ford- 
ham 99 

New York State, St. Lawrence County 96,99 

New York State, St. Lawrence University at 

Canton 99 

New York State, Salem 99 

New York State, Salem Historical Committee. 99 
New York State, Society of Mayflower Descend- 

ants 97 

New York State, Soiithold !'.]]!!.!!....".!!]!! 99 
New York State, Spaflord, Onondago County. 100 

New York State, Steuben County 98, 100 

New York State, Steuben County, See History 

of Phelps & Gorham Purchase 100 

New York State, Story of the Empire State. . . 

37,100 

New York State, Syracuse 11,95 

New York State, Ticonderago '. 95 

New York State, Ticonderago, See Essex 

Cotmty 96 

New York State, Tyron County 98 

New York State, Ulster County 100 

New York State, Ulster County, See History 

of New Paltz 96 

New York State, University of Rochester 99 

New York State, Utica 98 

New York State, Vassar College 100 

New York State, War of the Revolution . . 100, 101 

New York State, Warsaw 101 

New York State, Wayne County 98 

New York State, Wayne County, See Phelps 

& Gorham Purchase 101 

New York State, Western Counties 101 

New York State, West Farms .• 101 

New York State, Wyoming County 98 

New York State, Wyoming County, See His- 
tory of Phelps & Gorham Purchase 101 

New York State, Yates County 98 

New York State, Yates County. See History 

of Phelps & Gorham Purchase 101 

Niemar, Lena M 131 

Nims, W. T 130,139,141 

Nixon Family 142 

Nolan, J. A 48 

Noon, Alfred 81 

Norfolk County, Virginia 124, 126 

Norfolk Virginia 124 

Normal, Illinois 15 

Norris Family of Maryland 142 

Norris.J. E 121,122,123,125 

Norristown , Pennsylvania 113, 114 

North America 62 

Northampton , Massachusetts 83 

North Carolina State 101-107 

North Carolina State, Alamance County 101 

North Carolina State, Baptist Association 104 

North Carolina State, Baptist Association, 

Broad River and Kings Mountain 102 

North Carolina State, Baptist Church 102 

North Carolina State, Baptistsin North Caro- 
lina : 102 

NorthCarolinaState,Branson'sNorthCarolina 

Business Directory for 1867-8 102 

North Carolina State, Charlotte 102 

North Carolina State, Chronology of 102 

North Carolina State, Colonial and State 

Records of, 1886-1909 103 

North Carolina State, Cornelius Harnett 103 

North Carolina State, Daughters of the Amer- 
ican Revolution 103 

North Carolina State, Durham 103 

North Carolina State, Fayetteville 104 

North Carolina State, General Assembly 103 

North Carolina State, Govemors,Unitea States 
Senators and Chief Justices 104 



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PAGE. 

North Carolina State, Grassy Creek Baptist 

Church 102 

North Carolina State, Greensboro 103 

North Carolina State, Guilford County. 103 

North Carolina State, Halifax County. 103 

North Carolina State, Haywood County 103 

North Carolina State, Hillsboro, Colonial and 

Revolutionary 103 

North Carolina State, Historical and Genealog- 
ical Register .104 

North Carolina State, History 101-104 

North Carolina State, Legislative Manual and 

Political Register of, for the year 1878 104 

North Carolina State, Lincoln County, See 

Sketches of N. C 104 

North Carolina State, Mecklenburg County, 

See sketches of North Carolina 104 

North Carolina State, Moore County 104 

North Carolina State, Proceedings and Debates 

of Convention , 1835 104 

North Carolina State, Raleigh 104, 105 

North Carolina State, Randolph County 105 

North Carolina State, Religious Development 

in thef Province of North Carolina 105 

North Carolina, State Revolutionary History .105 

North Carolina State, Rowan County 105 

North Carolina State, Rowan County, See 

Sketches of North Carolina by Hunter 105 

North Carolina State, Salem 105 

North Carolina State, Shaffer's New Town- 
ship Map of, 1886 105 

North Carolina State, Sketches of North Car- 
olina 106 

North Carolina State, Some Memories of my 

Life, by Waddell 106 

North Carolina State, South Fork Baptist 

Association 102 

North Carolina State, Trinity College, Durham.106 

North Carolina State, University 106 

North Carolina State, Wake County 106 

North Carolina State, Wake County, See His- 
torical Raleigh 105 

North Carolina State, Wake Forest College 106 

North Carolina State, Wautauga County 106 

North Carolina State, Waynesville, N. C 103 

North Carolina State, Wills 106 

North Carolina State, Wilmington 106 

North Carolina State, Winston 107 

North Carolina State, Worth Bagley, Ensign 

U.S.N ! 101 

North Dakota State, Der Deutsch Amerikan- 

ische- Farmer 107 

North Dakota State, Governors, United 

States Senators, and Chief Justices 107 

North Dakota State, Legislative Manual 107 

North Dakota State, United States Volunteer 

Cavalry, Spanish-American War 107 

Northrop, N.B 110 

Northumberland County, Pennsylvania 114 

Northwest Publishing Co. , Philadelphia 56 

Norton, E.F 146 

Norton G. F. Publishing Co., Winchester, Va. 

124,126 

Norton, W.T 42 

Norwalk, Conn 5, 6 

Norwegians of Illinois 47 

Norwich, Conn 6, 7 

Notable Men of the West 152 

Notable Southern Families 152 

Notable Women of St. Louis, Mo 87 

Noyes, Charles Phelps 136, 142 

Noyes , Emily H. Gilman 136, 142 

Noyes Family 142 

Nuckolls, B.F 122 

O 

Oak Park, Illinois 47 

Oberlin College, Oberlin , Ohio 110 

O'Brien, Michael J 13 

O'Callaghan , E. B 93 



PAOEa 

Och, Joseph 85, 88, 107. 118 

Ogle County, Illinois 17,47,48 

Ogle, George A. & Co., Pubs., Chicago.37,40,49,66 

Oglesby, Richard J 23 

O^Gorman , Thomas 149 

Ohio State 107-112 

Ohio State, Akron 107 

Ohio State, Akron County 107 

Ohio State. Chillicothe, Centennial Anniversary 

Celebration 107 

Ohio State, Cincinnati 44, 111, 120 

Ohio State, Cleveland 26, 94, 107, 111 

Ohio State, Columbia County 107 

Ohio State, Columbus 118 

Ohio State, Coschocton County 108 

Ohio State, Cuyahoga County 107, 108 

Ohio State, Elyria 109 

Ohio State, Erie County 108 

Ohio State, Franklin County 108 

Ohio State, Fremont Ill 

Ohio State, General Assembly 108 

Ohio State, Governors, United States Senators 

and Chief Justices 109 

Ohio State, Guernsey County 108 

Ohio State, Hancock County 108 

Ohio State, Hardin County 108, 110 

Ohio State, Harrison County 108 

Ohio State, Highland County 108 

Ohio State, Historical Collections of the Mahon- 
ing Valley 109 

Ohio State, Kenyon College, Gambler 109 

Ohio State, Knox County 109 

Ohio State, Licking County. . i 109, 110 

Ohio State, Loraine County 109 

Ohio State, Lucas County 109, 111, 112 

Ohio State, Mahoning County HO, 111 

Ohio State, Mansfield HI 

Ohio State, Marion County 10», 110 

Ohio State, Medina County 110 

Ohio State, Montgomery Cfounty HO 

Ohio State, Nathaniel Massie, a Pioneer 110 

Ohio State, Newark 108, 109, 110 

Ohio State, New Lexington HO 

Ohio State, Oberlin College, Oberlin 110 

Ohio State Pioneers HO 

Ohio State, Perry County HO 

Ohio State, Portage County HO 

Ohio State, Richland County HI 

Ohio State, Sandusky County Pioneer and His- 
torical Association HI 

Ohio State, Springfield 108 

Ohio State, Summit County 107, 110. Ill 

Ohio State, Summit County Portrait and 

BioCTaphical Record HI 

Ohio State, Toledo HI 

Ohio State, Toledo County 109 

Ohio State, Trumbull County HI 

Ohio State, Waisenfreund, Pubs., Columbus, 

Ohio 85,88 

Ohio State, Washington County and the Early 

Settlement HI 

Ohio State, Wa^e County HI 

Ohio State, Western Ohio and Auglaize 

County 107 

Ohio State, Western Reserve University, 

Cleveland 112 

Ohio State, Wood County Ill, 112 

Ohio State, Youngstown 109, 110, 111 

Olathe, Kansas 71 

Old Fort Johnson, New York 95 

Old Kent. Maryland 76 

Old Maryland Families 76 

Old Orchard, Maine 75,90 

Old Redstone, Pennsylvania 114 

Olds , Benjamin 92 

Oldwiler Family 130,134 

Oldwilcr Family, See Epler Family 134 

Oliver, David D 84 

Oliver, Peter 82 

Olson , Ernst Wilhelm 61 

Onahan, William J 20 



7.) 



INDEX-^ontinued. 



PAOE 

John Belton, LL.D 11*7 

•iiiiecticut 7 

idred and Thirty-ei^t Generations 

dam 152 

listorical Society, Utica, New York. . 98 

?.G 43,44 

^oiinty , New York 98 

I, Henderson County, Illinois .. .31,48,67 

arauel L 7, 9 

Book, During Oriskany Campaign, 

ork 98 

llinois 48 

tate 112 

itate. History of the State, in Bio- 

!S of its Governors 112 

tate, Oregon Historical Society 112 

tate, Portland 112 

f, Alfred 38,141,143 

f Family 143 

Campaign, Orderly Book, New 

98 
bounty,' New York .'.".".!".*.]!!!!!".'.!".!! 98 

liam 14 

unty . Kansas 71 

Family 143 

E. L 6 

messy, Francis 145 

Kiniiie A 48 

lily 143 

\ 19 

Illinois 48 

Illinois, Republican Times 48 

e, Illinois 48 

e, Antoiiie 26, 27 

r , Barnhart B 143 

r Family 143 

•r , J . C 143 

homas McAdory 3 

Connecticut 8 

ay, New York 98 

P 

Jasper 69 

Corydon, Indiana 68 

of Old Detroit 85 

of Saint Lusson 85 

Lvcr J 43, 53 

mily 143 

)hn 142, 143 

yman May 142, 143 

Immigrations 96 

', Crawford County, Illinois 48 

L\ L 39 

^Governor) John M 38 

litney & Grant, Publishers, Wood- 
Ill 40 

elating to Public Events in Massa- 
s, pre<.'eding the American Rovolu- 

_ g2 

Ed\va rd E ." .'.'!!".!!!]'.'.*. '. ...'.'.'. '. '. '. '. '. '. '. 89 

amily 143 

^uther 135,143 

Dhouios 81,82 

urg. West Virginia 126 

n , Cyrus 108 

tnos Stanton 85 

Ige, Illinois 48 

lUiam 123 

/ Piosh, Barcroft, Va 123 

(Rev.) George R., LLB 21 

William D 141 

Pamil V 143 

Julia E 143 

Lewis Baldwin 143 

?,C. A 36 

Family 143 

, ( Maj. *Gcn.) John 143 

Marvlander 77 

77 

ani(\s E., Pub., Salem, N. D 107,118 



PAGE 

Pearce Printing Company, Whitehall, Illinois. 2» 

Pease, Theodore Calvin 4 

Peck, J. M 2, 

Pejepscot, Ancient Territory in Maine 7^ 

Pelepscot ^See Brunswick, Maine 7^ 

Pekin, Illinois 52 

Pennsylvania State 112-115 

Pennsylvania State vAUentown 113 

Pennsylvania State, Archbald 112 

Pennsylvania State, Biographical Annals of 
deceased Residents of West Branch Valley 

of the Susgtuehanna 112 

Pennsylvania State, Colonial Period 112 

Pennsylvania State, Colonial and Revolu- 
tionary Families of 112 

Pennsylvaiiia State, CumberlandCounty . .112, 114 

Pennsylvania State, Fayette County 113 

Pennsylvania State, Franklin County .112, 113, 114 

Pennsylvania State, Harrisbure 115 

Pennsylvania State, Historical Collections... 113 
Pennsylvania State, Historical and Geographi- 
cal Account of the Province and Country 
of Pennsylvania, and West New Jersey in 

America 113 

Pennsylvania State, History of, in the Bio- 

grapny of its Governors 113 

Pennsylvania State, Lafayette College , Easton . 113 

Pennsylvania State, Lancaster 114, 116 

Pennsylvania State, Lehigh County 113 

Pennsylvania State, Lehigh University, South . 

Bethlehem 113 

Pennsylvania State, Montgomery County. . 113, 1 14 

Pennsylvania State, Muhlenberg College 114 

Pennsylvania State, Nonristown 113, 114 

Pennsylvania State, Northumberland County .114 

Pennsylvania State, Old Redstone 114 

Pennsylvania State, Pennsylvania German in 

the Revolutionary War 114 

Pennsylvania State, Philadelphia 7, 12, 

16, 17, 20, 21 , 23, 26, 33, 41, 42, 45, 47, 49, 50, 55, 
56, 58, 59, 61 , 62, 65, 75, 76, 82, 85, 87, 88, 91, 95, 99 
Pennsylvania State, Pioneer Outline History 

of Northwestern Pa 114 

Pennsylvania State, Pittsburg 113, 114 

Pennsylvania State, Plymouth Meeting 114 

Pennsylvania State, Presbyterian Congrega- 
tion of Cumberland and Franklin Counties. .114 
Pennsylvania State, Presbyter) anism in Penn- 
sylvania . .* 115 

Pennsylvania State, University 115 

Pennsylvania State, War of the Revolution, 

Border Warfare in 115 

Pennsylvania State, War of the Revolution, 
The Pennsylvania-German in the Revolu- 
tionary War 115 

Pennsylvania State, Warren County 115 

Pennsylvania State, Who's Who in Philadel- 
phia (Colored People) 115 

Pennsylvania State, Wilkes Barre 115 

Pennsylvania State, Williamsport 112 

Pennsylvania State, Wyoming Historical and 

Geological Society 115 

Penobscot Expedition 82 

Peoria Coimty, Ilhnois 49, 50 

Peoria, Illinois 18, 27, 28, 43, 49, 50, 53 

Peoria, Illinois, Deutsch-Zeitung, Newspaper . 49 

Peoria, Illinois Herald, Newspaper 49 

Peoria, Illinois, Presbyterian Church 50 

Pepin Coiuity, Wisconsin 128 

Periodicals, Advance 48 

Periodicals, American Historical Magazine.. 

118,119,154 

Periodicals, Atlantic Monthly 36 

Periodicals, Genealogical Register of the First 

Settlers of New England 155 

Periodicals, Genealogy 155 

Periodicals, Genealogy and Heraldry 155 

Periodicals, Huguenot Society o 1 South Car- 
olina 155 

Periodicals, Maine Genealogist and Biographer. 155 
Periodicals, The Mayflower Descendant 155 



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INDEX — Continued. 



PAGE. 

Periodicals, Michigan History Ma^zine 155 

Periodicals, Minnesota Historical Bulletiii 155 

Periodicals, Monthly Progress 25 

Periodicals, Monticello Seminary Echo 45 

Periodicals, National Genealogical Society 

Quarteriy 155 

Periodicals, National Magazine 65 

Periodicals, New England Historic and Gene- 
alogical Society 155 

Periodicals. North Carolina Historical and 

Genealogical Register 155 

Periodicals, The Patriotic Marylander 155 

Periodicals, The Pilgrim Magazine 156 

Periodicals, Presbyterian Historical Society.. 156 
Periodicals, Stewart's Genealogical and Histor- 
ical Miscellany 156 

Periodicals, Tennessee Historical Magazine.. 156 
Periodicals, Washington Historical Quarterly. l.'"6 
Periodicals, Wisconsin Magazine of History.. 156 
Periodicals, Wyoming Historicaland Geological 

Society 156 

Perkins, Mary 48 

Perrault Family 143 

Perrault, Joseph Francois La vie de 143 

Perrin,J. Nick ..28,57 

Perrin, William Henry 

15,17,20,22,26,33,45,54,62,111 

Perry, Cicero F 13 

Perry County, Illinois •. 46, 50, 55 

Perry County, Ohio 110 

Peru, Hlinois 51 

Pete-, (Rev.) Simon 45 

PetliDone,P. F. & Co., Pubs., Chicago 21 

Phelps and Gorham Purchase, New York.. 

93,95,97,98 

Phelps and Gorham Purchase, New York, His- 
tory of 98 

Phelps , James A 147 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 7, 12, 16, 

17, 20, 21, 23, 26, 33, 41, 42, 45, 47, 49, 50, 55, 
56, 5S, 59, 61 , 62, 65, 75, 76, 82, 85, 87, 88, 91 , 95, 99 

Philbin ,P.A 112 

Philhovv er, C. A 91 

Phillips Bros., Springfield, Illinois 59 

Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, New Hamp- 
shire 90 

Phillips, N. O 4 

Phillips, Sampson & Company, Pubs., Boston 78 

Physicians in Illinois 51 

Piatt County, Illinois 23, 51 

Piatt, Emma C 51 

Pickett, A. J 3,11 

Pierpont, Hczckiah 144 

Pierpont, (Rev.) James 144 

Pierrepont Family 144 

Pierrot, G. A. & Son, Pubs., St. Louis, Mo 87 

Pike Coun ty, Illinois 51 

Pilgrim Fathers 79,152 

Pilgrim Magazine Pub. Co 156 

Pioneer Heroes and Daring Deeds 153 

Pioneer History of the Holland Purchase of 

Western New York 99 

Pioneer Kentucky, See Cotterill 73 

Pioneers of the Magalloway 75,90 

Pioneer Minister of Minnesota 86 

Pioneer Outline History of Northwestern 

Pennsylvania 114 

Pioneer Publishing Company, Chicago 

23,31,35,39,41,62,66 

Pioneers, Illinois State 25, 51, 52 

Pioneers, Ohio State 110 

Pitts Family 144 

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania 113, 114 

Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1816 114 

Pleas Bros. Pubs., New Castle, Indiana 68 

Pleas, Elwood 68 

Pleasant Hill, McLean County, Illinois 41 

Plymouth County, Massachusetts 82 

Plymouth, Illinois 53, 57 



PAGE. 

Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania 114 

Plymouth Plantation, Massachusetts 82 

Political Parties, Democratic Party 23 

Political Parties in State of New York 99 

Political Parties, Republican Party 53, 55,87 

Political Parties, Whig Convention of 1840, 

Illinois 65 

Polo. Illinois 17, 47, 48 

Pond , George E 125 

Pope County, Illinois 31, 34, 43. 53 

Portage County, Ohio 110 

Porter, John L 38 

Porter, John W. H 124 

Port Jefferson , Long Island 97 

Portland, Maine 73 

Portland, Oregon 112 

Portsmouth, Virginia 124 

Potter Family 92, 131 

Potter Family, See Shark River District, 

Monmouth County, New Jersey 92 

Powell, Burt E 62 

Power, John Carroll 58 

Powers, (Rev.) Grant 120 

Powers, (Mrs.) S. A 58 

Prairiedu Rocher, Illinois 53 

Prairie Farmer, Newspaper 50 

Presbyterian Church 

19,29,32,50.54,92,114, 115, 124,126,153 

Presbyterian Cnurch, Chicago 19 

Presbyterian Church (First), Chicago 53 

Presbyterian Church, Galesburg, Illinois.... 29 
Presbyterian Church, Hillsboro, Hlinois.... 32 

Presbj'terian Church, Pennsylvania 115 

Presbji erian Church, Peoria, Illinois 50 

Presbyterian Church , Seaton , Illinois 54 

Presb>n erian Church, Virginia State 124,126 

Presbjrt erian Congregation, of Cumberland 

and Franklin Counties, Pennsylvania IW 

Press Association, Illinois 54 

Preston & Rounds, Pubs., Providence, R. I.. 118 

Price Count y, Wisconsin 128 

Prince, Ezra M 40,64 

Princeton, Indiana 70 

Princeton , New Jersey 125 

Princeville, Illinois 49,54 

Proceedings and Debates of Convention of 

North Carolina, June 4, 1835 104 

Providence, Kent County, Rhode Island.. 115, 116 
Providence, R. I., Almon Danforth Hodges and 

his Neighbors 116 

Providence, R. I., Births, Marriages and 

Deaths 116 

Provincial Troops of New York 94 

Provisional G overnment of Nebraska 88 

Pulaski County, Illinois 13,54 

Pulaski , Illinois 45 

Puritan Commonwealth 82 

Puritan Influences in the formative years of 

Illinois history 54 

Pusey, Pennock * 

Putnam County, Illinois 54 

Putnam, G. P. & Sons, Pubs. 68, 85, 95, 105, 123,143 

Putnam's Magazine 145 



Quakers, Society of Friends 150, IS 

Quakers, Southern Iw 

Quale, W.P 56 

Quantrill and the Border Wars JJ 

Queen Annes County, Maryland Jj 

Queen County, Virginia 1» 

Queensbury, New York ^ 

Quincy, Illinois ^^'^'55 

(^uincy, Illinois, See Adams County 12jl3 

Quincy, Illinois, Daughters of the American 

Revolution 54 

Quincy Familv 1** 

Quiscnberry, Anderson Chenault T* 



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Raleigh, North Carolina 103, 104, 105, 106 

Rammelkamp, (Dr.) Charles H 32 

Ramsey, N. A 103 

Rand, McNally & Co., Pubs., Chicago ..22,37,140 

Randall, E.O ....107 

Randolph, Anson D. F 92 

Randolph County, Illinois 45, 50, 55 

Randolph County, Indiana 70 

Randolph County, North Carolina 105 

Randolph, J. W. & Co., Pubs., Richmond, Va.l24 
Randolph Township (McLean County) Ilunois 

15,41 

Ramm, W. 8 115 

Rantoul, Illinois 55 

Raum, G. B 32 

Read Family 130, 139, 141 

Read Family, See Marshall Family 141 

Redford, A. W 72,73 

Redway, G. Printer, Medina, Ohio 110 

Reece and Elam, Book and Job Printers, 

Greensboro, N. C 105 

Reed, Wallace P 11 

Refugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecti- 
cut 7,8,97 

Reid, Harvey 52 

Reid, W.Max 95 

Religious Development in the Province of 

North Carolina 105 

Reminiscences of Nevada 88 

Reporter Printing Company, Lovlngton, Illi- 
nois : 39 

Republican Book and Job OflBce, Princeton, 

Illinois 16 

Republican Party 53, 55,87 

Revolutionary History of North Carolina 105 

Revolutionary Patriots of Maine, See Patriots. 75 

Revolutionary Records of Maryland 76, 77 

Revolutionary Soldiers 89.90 

Revolutionary War 7,8,9, 10,41,64, 

75, 77, 89, 90, 96, 98, 100, 101, 105, 115, 116, 125, 154 

Reynolds, Alvah 144 

Reynolds Family 144 

Reynolds, (Gov.) John 14,57, 144 

Reynolds, John, Sketches 14 

Rhode Island State 115-116 

Rhode Island State, Historical Society 116 

Rhode Island State, Historical Society, Pro- 
ceeding 115 

Rhode Island State, History of the State 116 

Rhode Island State, In the Colonial Wars 116 

Rhode Island State, Kent County 1 13 

Rhode Island State, Newport County 116 

Rhode Island State, Providence 116 

Rhode Island State, Providence, Almon Dan- 

forth Hodges and his Neighbors 116 

Rhode Island State, Providence, Births Mar- 
riages and Deaths 116 

Rhode Island State, Society of Friends 115 

Rhode Island State, War of the Revolution. . .116 

Rhode Island State, Warren 116 

Rhode Island State, Washington County 116 • 

Rhodes & McClure, Pubs., Cnicago 20 

Rice, James M 49 

Richards & Company, Pubs., Raleigh, N. C...106 

Richards, H. M. M 114,115 

Richland Countj', Illinois 21, 23, 33, 42. 66 

Richland County, Ohio Ill 

Richmond, Arnold Pub. , Co. , Chicago 90, 126 

Richmond, C. W 25 

Richmond, Virginia 122, 123, 124, 125, 126 

Richmond, Virginia, Hollywood Cemetery 124 

Rickert, J. W 45 

Riggs, George C 95 

Riker, James 96 

Riley, B. F 3 

Risley , Theodore H 63 

Ritchie County, West Virginia 127 

Roberts, Ellwood 114 

Roberts Family 144 

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Roberts, James H 1 33 

Roberts, Pevton 144 

Robinson J llinois , Argus , Newspaper 22 

Rochelle, Illinois 149 

Rochester, New York 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99 

Rockford, Illinois 52,56,57 

Rockingham County, New Hampshire 90 

Rock Island County, Illinois 56, 57 

Rockland, Massachusetts 88 

Rockland Standard, Pubs., Rockland, Me 80 

Rock River, Illinois 64 

Rodney, Caesar A 10 

Rodney, (Capt.) Thomas 10 

Roe, illizabeth A 52* 

Rogers, Thomes H 64 

Rokker,fi. W 15,29,41.43,60,140 

Romeyn, T . B 92 

Rooney, John 13<^, 151 

Ross , Hiirvey Lee 25, 52 

Ross, Robert W 27,62 

Rothert , Otto A 72 

Round Prairie, Illinois 53, 57 

Rowan County, North Carolina, History 105 

Rowan County, North Carolina Records, 

Early Settlers 105. 

RowanCounty, See Sketches of North Carolina 

By C. L. Hunter 105. 

Rowell , Hopkins 6^ 

Rowland and Ives, Pubs 132 

Roxbury, Connecticut — 8: 

Rozier, Firmin A., History of the Early Set- 
tlement of the Mississippi Valley 87 

Ruebush-Elkins Pub. Co., Dayton, Virginia. .122 

Rumple, Jethro 105 

Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 93 

Rutherford County, Tennesssee 119 

Ryan , John H 44 

Ryburn,R. L ,Esq 102 

Ryerson, E. L 144 

Ryerson Family 144. 

S 

St. Ange Family 144 

St. Clair County Illinois 57, 58 

St. Johns College, Annapolis, Maryland 77 

St JohnsCollege,Fordbam, New York 99 

Saint Joseph County, Indiana 70 

St. Joseph Ursuline Convent, Springfield, Illi- 
nois 60 

St. Lawrence County, New York 95, 99 

St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York. . 99 

St. Louis, Missouri 3,21,42,86,87 

St. Louis, Mo., City and County 87 

St. Louis, Mo., A Civic Masque 87 

St. Louis, Mo., Pageant and Masque 87 

St. Lusson Pageant 86- 

St. Mary's Georgia 12 

St. Michael's Church and Church Yard, Charles- 
ton , S. C 117 

St. Patrick's Day 15I 

St. Paul. Minnesota 86- 

St. PauPs Shrewsbury and I. U., Maryland. . . 76 

St. Philip's Parish, Charleston, S. C 117, 118 

Sale, (Mrs.) Nancy J. Leaverton 140 

Salem, Massachusetts 78, 82 

Salem. Mass., Press Publishing and Printing 

Company 82 

Salem, New York 99" 

Salem (New York) Book 99- 

Salem (New York) Historical Committee 99 

Salem Review-Press, Salem, N. Y 99 

Salem, North Carolina 105- 

Salem, S. D iia 

Saline County, Illinois 27, 29, 30, 58, 66 

Salisbury, Evelyn McCurdy 137 

Salisbury, Herbert Spencer 31 

Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut 7 

Salley,A. S., Jr 117,118 



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PA OK. 

Sampson , William W, 101 

Sandusky County, Ohio, Pioneer and Historical 

Association Ill 

Sangamon County, Illinois 25, 58, 59 

Sangamon County, Illinois Ladies* Soldiers' 

Aid Society 60 

Sangamon Journal, Springfield, Illinois 54 

Santa Fe Trail 71 

Santee Circuit , South Carolina 1 18 

Sarchet, B 108 

Sauer. Wm. C. <t Co.. Pubs., Chicago 16 

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 85 

Saunders, William L 103 

Savage, G. S. F 21,51,52 

Savannah, Georgia 11 

Sawyer, (Judge) Seth F •. 14 

Saybrooke, Connecticut 7 

Scammell A: Co., St. Louis, Mo 86,153 

Scharb, John Thomas 75 

Scharf, J.Thomas 87 

Schenck, J. S., Editor 115 

Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, Ph.D 154 

Schon, Anders 61 

Schuricht . Herrmann 122 

Schuyler County, Illinois 59 

Scotch Irish in American History 153 

Scott, Charies 144 

Scott County, Illinois 25,46. 58, 59 

Scott Family 144, 147 

Scott Family, See Wallbridge Family 147 

Scott, John M 38 

Scott, Orion C. M. A 144 

Scribner.C. & Sons, Pubs 125 

Scripps, Bross & Spears, Pubs. , Chicago 29 

Scripps Family 138, 142, 144 

Scripps, J. E 138,142,144 

Sea Spray, Long Island 97 

Seabury, (Bishop) Samuel 5 

Sear Family 145 

Sears, David B 144, 145 

Seaton,B. W 60 

Seaton, Illinois, Presbyterian Church 54 

Secomb,J. W 56 

Second Minnesota Veteran Volunteer Infantry 86 

Selby , Paul 

...18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, 34, 
35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 44, 46, 49, 56, 57, 58, 59, 61, 63, 64 

Semple Family 1 45 

Semple, (General) James 145 

Sentinel Printing Company, Pubs., N. H...89,90 

Sewall, Charles C 80,81,84 

Sewall, Samuel 80,81,84 

Seymour Family 145 

Seymour, Richard 145 

Seymour, William 10 

Shabbon a , Illinois 48 

Shaffer. A. W 105 

Shaffer'^s New Township Map of North Caro- 
lina, 1886 105 

Shafto Family 92,131 

Shafto Family, See Shark River District, Mon- 
mouth Count y, N. J 145 

Shallenberger,(Mrs.)E. H 60 

Shambaugh, Benjamin F 70 

Shark River District, Monmouth County, 

New Jersey 92 

Sharpe, Governor . 75 

Sharp, W.S 90 

Shaw, L. L., Pub. Co., Dixon, Illinois 23 

Shaw, Lloyd 23 

Shawnee County, Kansas 71 

Shearer Family . . 1 28 

Shearer, James William 128 

Shelby Count y, Illinois 47, 59 

Shelby villc, Illincis 59 

Sheldon & Company, Pubs., N. Y 97,121 

Sheldon, Blakeman 6c Co., N. Y 85 

Shenandoah Valley, Virginia 121, 122, 123, 125 

Shenandoah Valley, West Virginia 126 

Shepard and Johnston Pubs., Chicago 51 

Shepard, H. O., Pub., Chicago 26 



PAGE. 

Sheppard, Robert D 27 

Shields Family 145 

Shields, (General) James 145 

Shimroell, L. S 115 

Shiner Family 145 

Shiner, George Huse 145 

ShSner, Harry Lawrence 145 

Shirley, Massachusetts 83 

Shoemaker. F . C 87 

Short Family : 145 

Short, (Rev.) William F 44,46 

Showerman, Grant 135,143 

Shurtleff College, Upper Alton, Illinois 59,60 

Shurtleff, N. B 82 

Sibley, John Langdon 74, 75 

Simms, Jeptha R 95 

Sionissippi Farm , Ogle County, Illinois 48 

Sketch Book of Saint Louis 87 

Sketches of Early Life and Times in Kentucky, 

Missouri and Illinois 73,87 

Sketches of North Carolin a 106 

Smedley Family 145 

Smedley, George 145 

Smedley, Sarah 145 

Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts.. 83 

Smith, D.C 59 

Smith, ( Mrs.) Eva Munson 64,66 

Smith, Joseph 114,115 

Smith, J. W. 41 

Smith, Pearsall 95 

Smith, William 69 

Smith, Z 72 

Smucker. Isaac 109,110 

Snapp, William L 29 

Snyder, Adam W 57 

Snyder, (Mrs.) Felicie Cottet 47 

Snyder, (Dr.) John Francis 57,64.135 

Societies, Holland Society 151 

Societies, Huguenot Society of America 151 

Societies, Presbyterian Historical Society 156 

Society of the Cincinnati , Delaware 9, 10 

Society for the Germans in Maryland 76 

Somerset County, Maryland 77 

Somerset, New Jersey, Newspaper 128 

Sommerville, (Dr.) H. C 122 

South Bend, Indiana, Springbrook Park 70 

South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Lehigh Uni- 
versity 113 

South Carolina State 117-118 

South Carolina State, Charleston 117 

South Carolina State, Charleston Gazette 117 

South Carolina State, Charleston Library So- 
ciety 117 

South Carolina State, Charleston, St. Philip's 

Parish 117 

South Carolina State College 118 

South Carolina State, Colonial and Revolu- 
tionary Eras 117 

South Carolina State, Columbia 117, US 

South Carolina State, County Journal 117 

South Carolina State, Gazette, Marriage Notices 

• in 117 

South Carolina State, History of the Colony and 

State 117 

South Carolina State, Huguenot Society.. 117, 155 
South Carolina State, Jews of South Carolina.. IJJ 

South Carolina State, Newberry IJJ 

South Carolina State, St. Mark'^s Parish Iw 

South Carolina State, St. Philip's Parish, 

Charleston \\l 

South Carolina State, Santee Circuit "J 

South Carolina State, Williamsburg T/wnship.}}© 

South Dakota State 118 

South Dakota State, Der Deutsch-Amerikan- 

ischc Farmer 11° 

South Dakota State, Governors, United States 

Senators and Chief Justices of }}J 

South Dakota State, Salem 1^** 

South Fork, Baptist Association, North Caro- 
lina l"o 

Southbury, Connecticut ** 



179 



INDEX— Continued. 



PAGE. 

Southern Families 145 

Southern History County Pubs., St. Louis, 

Mo 87 

Southern Methodist Publishing House, Nash- 
ville, Tenn 72,73 

Southern New Jersey 91 

Southold, New York.'.....: 99 

Southwestern Publishing Co. , Nashville, Tenn. 119 

Sowell, Andrew Jackson 120 

Spafford , On ondago County, New York 100 

Spanish American War, Third United States 

Volunteer Cavalry 118 

Spanish and French Manuscripts 73 

Sparks, Edwin Earle 26 

Sparks, (Mrs.) KatherineE 13 

Speaker-Hines Press, Detroit, Mich 85 

Spear, Stephen L 28 

Spears Family 145 

Spears, Mary 145 

Speer, W. S 119 

Spencer, Thomas Edwin 87 

Spensley, William 34 

Spilman,(Rev.)T. E 16,45 

Sprague, Owen and Nash, Pub., Augusta, Me. 

74,155 

Springbrook Park, South Bend, Indiana 70 

Springer, (Rev.) Mrs. C 109,110 

Springfield, Illinois 21,24,29.30.33, 

35, 39, 41, 43, 47, 53, 58, 59, 60, 65, 73, 87, 120, 128 

Springfield, Massachusetts 79,81,83 

Springfield, (Mass.) Families 145 

Springfield, (Mass.) Printing Co 73,81,87 

Springfield, Ohio 108 

Stacy, James 12 

Stafford Family 146 

Stafford Family, See Wallbridge 147 

Standard Printing Co., Los Angeles, Cal 64 

Standard Publishing Company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio 20,32 

Staples Family ■ 146 

Stark County, Illinois 60,61 

Starke County, Indiana 70 

Starr, F. F 136,142 

State Co.\ (The) Pubs., Columbia, S. C 117 

Stearns, Ezra S 89 

Stedman, J. W 7 

Steele, Elizabeth Maxwell 105 

Steele, William Lucas 28 

Stephens Family 146, 149 

Stephens Printing Company, Jefferson City, 

Mo 87 

Stephenson County, Illinois 60,61, 65 

Steuben County, New York 98 

Stevens Family 130, 139, 141 

Stevens Family, See Marshall Family 141 

Stevens, Frank E 14, 15, 63 

Stevens, Thomas Wood 87 

Stevenson , Adlai E 131, 146 

Stevenson Family 146 

St eward , II li n ci s 61 

Steward, William 91 

Stewart, A. J. D 86 

Stewart, Frank H 93,156 

Stewart , J. R 18 

Stewart, (Rev.) Theophilus G 91 

Stewart. William 88,91 

Stewart's Genealogical and Historical Mis- 
cellany 90, 91 , 93, 156 

Stillman's Run , Black Hawk War 14 

Stillman Valley, Illinois 14 

Stillwell, W. H 95 

Stites Familv 146 

Stith, William 123 

Stockard, (Miss) S. W 101 

Stone, H. S. & Co., Pubs., Chicago 18 

Stone, J. J. & Co., Pubs., Greensboro, N. C 103 

St on e, Wi lliam 9^ 

Stormont, Gilbert R 68,70 

Story of a Border City During the Civil War. . 87 

Story of Old St. Louis 67 

Story of a Regiment 86 



PAGE 

Stout Family 9, 10. 146 

Stout, Penelope 10, 146 

Stouterburgh, H. A 98 

Strand, A. E 47 

Strange, A . T 137, 141 

Stratford , Connecticut 7 

Strawn , Christopher C 39 

Streets, T. H 10, 146 

Strickland, W. P 44 

Stringer, Lawrence B 39 

Stuart Family •. 146 

Stuart, (Major) John T 146 

Stubblefield Family 146 

Stubblefield, George W 146 

Stubblefield, John 146 

Stubblefield, Robert 146 

Stubbs, Alfred 92 

Stubbs, Corporal Samuel 154 

Studley Family 146 

Studley, R. P. & Co., Printers, St. Louis, Mo. . 3 

Sues, Otto L 107,118 

Suffolk County N. Y 97 

Suffolk, M ssachusetts 83 

Summerfield School, Grafton Road, Madison 

County, Illinois 61 

Summers County, West Virginia 127 

Summit County, Ohio 107, 110, 111 

Summit County, Ohio, History Ill 

Summit County, Ohio, Portrait and Bio- 
graphical Record HI 

Summy, C. F '. 19 

Sunday, WiUiam, (Billy Sunday) 132 

Supreme Courts 1 52 

Surrogate's Office, New York City 93 

Sussex County, New Jersey 93 

Sutherland and McEvoy, Pubs., Belleville, 

Illinois 14,57 

Swain , (Hon .) David L. LL.D 105 

Swan, Alonzo M 17 

Swansy, Henry Biddall 142 

Swedish Church, Crane Hook Church, Dela- 
ware 9 

Swedish Church, Wilmington, Del., Old 

Swedes' 9 

Swem, Earl Gregg 124, 125 

Swepson, Earle & P. G., Skirven, Pubs 77 

Switzer's Illustrated History of Missouri — 88 

Sydenstricker, Edgar 123, 125 

Syracuse, New York 11 , 95 

T 

Talbot County, Maryland 77 

Talcott,S. V , 95 

Taunton , Massachusetts 83 

TaveljA. B , 119 

Tavel, Eastman & Howell, Pubs., Nashville, 

Tenn 119 

Taylor, C. E 106 

Taylor, (Mrs.) Harriet 150 

Taylor, J. B 121 

Taylor, S. E. & Co., Pubs., La Porte, Ind 69 

Taylor, T. M., Pub., New York 122, 134 

Tazewell County, Illinois 52,61 

Tennessee State 118-120 

Tennessee State, Bristol 122 

Tennessee State, DeKalb Count y 119 

Tennessee State, McNairy County 119 

Tennessee State, Marshall County 119 

Tennessee State, Maury County 119 

Tennessee State, Nashville 118, 119 

Tennessee State, Rutherford County 119 

Tennessee State, Washington 120 

Tennessee State, Wilson County 120 

Terhune and Van Anglen, Pubs., New Bruns- 
wick, New Jersey 92 

Terre Haute, Indiana 70 

Territory and Journals of William Walker, Pro- 
visional Governor of Nebraska Territory.. 88 

Texas State 73,120 

Texas State, Austin 120 



180 



INDEX— Continaed. 



PAGE. 

Third Unit I'd States Volunteer Cavalry, 

Spanish- American War llj* 

Thomas (Jabriel *A 4J 

Thomas, Joseph 1^ 

Thomas, William - • •••.••• ®* 

Thompson .It Everts, Puhs., (Jeneva^ Illinois.. 23 
Thompson Bros. 6i Burr, Pubs., Elgin, Illinois 25 

Thompson, E. L 6| 

Thomfison Family iw 

Thompson , James H l(f^ 

Thomi)Son, Lewis O .* 50 

Thompson , Rhoda 1 w 

Thompson, Robert Ellijs 153 

ThomiKson, Peter (i.. Pubs HI 

Thon, A. A: Co. . Pubs., Dublin 142 

Thornton, Anthonv w 

Thornton, (Rev.) N. W 54 

Thrapp, Rus.sel F *^>?'* 

Thurston , John H 56 

Thwaites, Reuben Gold IH, 20, 72 

Thwaites, Reuben (Jold, Early Western Trav- 
els..... i:*,72 

Tibbit s Fa mily 1 29, 147 

Ticonderoga, New York ^^ 

Tiernan-Havens, Printing Company, Kansas 

City, Mo 122,131,133 

TilTahy, Charles Comfort l-jt* 

'" ;ham. Oswald 77 



Til 

Til 
Til 



son , .ilrs. Christiana Ilolnus 53, 55 

son , (Col.) John 13 



Times Job.Printing Co., WinchesJer, Illinois. . 50 
Times-.Mirror Printing House, Los Angeles, 

Cal 131 

Tipton County, Indiana 6»,69,70 

Titus, (J. J 53,57 

Todd , (Col.) John 35 

Toledo, Ohio lU 

Toledo County, Ohio 109 

Tombigboe Basin , Alabama 3 

Ton Family 147 

Topsliam, Maine 74 

Torch Press, (The), Cedar Rapids, la 20,71 

Tories ^ 

Toulon , Stark County, Illinois 00,61 

Townshend, Charles Iiervey 5,6 

Tracy and Sanford, Pubs., Clarcmont, N. H.. 90 

Trans- .Mississii)pi Region S8 

Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky Ti 

Trenton , New Jersey 90, 91, 92, 93 

Trimmer, I). F 41 

Trinity College, Connect icut 7 

Trubner Ac Co., Pubs., London S3 

Trumbul 1 County, (Jhio, Hist ory HI 

Trumbull, J. Hammond 6 

Tryon County, New York 2^ 

Tucker, Ebcnezer 70 

Turner Familv : 147 

Turner, Josiah Jr., State Printer, North Car- 
olina. 104 

Turner, ( Mrs.) Kernhappuch 147, 154 

Turner, O 93,9."),9t>.97,9S9i), 100, 101 

Tuscola, Illinois 24 

TuttloCfmipanv, Pubs., Rutland. Vt 135 

Tutt]<', Morehouse tV: Tavlor, Pubs., Hartford, 

Conn 5,130,142 

Twin (Jroves, Illinois 61 

Tyler, IJoiijaniin Buslinxl 150 

Tyler. C.C 27,:J0 

Tyler, Lyon Gardiner 126 

Tyson , Robert A 25 

U 

Udell .E.J 55 

Union County, Illinois 13,51,61,02 

Union C«Mirjtv. New Jcrsev 91,93 

Unifin Grove'liiblc ScK-iery, Puinam County, _ 

Illinois 54 

Union, Lincoln County, Maine 74,75 

Union Publishing ('on)i)any, Springfield, 

Illinois 128 



PAGE. 

Unitarian Church, United States 153 

Unitod Brethren in Christ (The) 150 

United Presbxterian Church, Pubs 70 

United States 21,22,53,153 

United Sutes Biographical Dictionary 153 

Unitod States Constitution 21 

United States Genealogy. .*. 153 

United States Supreme Court 152 

United States \olunteer Cavalry, Spanish- 
American War, North Dakota 107 

Unity Baptist Church, Kentucky 72 

Universal Pronoimcing Dictionary of Bio- 
graphy and M>'thology 1^ 

Univcrsalist Church, United States 153 

University, Columbia, New York 154 

1* ni ver.'^it y of Michigan 85 

University of Missouri 88 

Uni versit y of North Carolina 106 

University of Pennsylvania 115 

University of Rochester, New York W 

Urbana, Illinois 17,62 

Utah State 120 

Ulica,New York 08 



Vallette, H. F 25 

Van Bent hu vs<»n C 99 

Vandalia.Ufinois 62 

Vandergrift, L. C 10 

Van Duier Family 147 

Van Noppen,C. L., Pubs., Greensboro, N. C..104 

Van Rensselaer, (Rev.) C 153 

Van Rensselaer Family 147 

Varnum Family 147 

Varnum, George 147 

Varnum, John 147 

Varnum, John Marshall 147 

Varnum , Joseph 147 

Varnum, Samuel 147 

Varnum. Thomas! 147 

Vassar College. New York 100 

Vaughan Family j 147 

Veech, James 113 

Vermilion County, Hlinois 62 

Vermont State, 1 20, 121 

Vermont State, Coos County, Vermont 120 

Vermont Stale, Ludlow 121 

Vernon County, Wisconsin 128 

Virginia, Illinois 57,62 

Virginia , 1 llinois, Enquirer, Newspaper 17 

Virginia St ate 121-126 

Virginia St at e, Augusta County 121 

Virginia Stat e,Barcroft 123 

Virginia State, Bedford County. 121, 126 

Virginia State, Berkeley County 121, 122, 125 

Virginia State, Berryville 122 

Virginia State, Clarke County 122, 125 

Virginia State, Dayton 122 

Virginia State, Frederick County 125 

Virginia State, (Jcrmantown 122 

Virginia State, (irayson County 122 

Virginia State, Hampton 123 

Virginia State, Jetlerson County 122, 123, 125 

Virginia State, Jews in, Virginia 123, 124 

Virginia State, Kinpand Queen County 123 

Virginia State, U'xington 125 

Virginia State, Loudoun County 123 

Virginia State, Lvnchburg 123, 125 

Virginia State, Norfolk City 124 

Virginia State, Norfolk County 124, 126 

Virginia St at e, Portsmouth 124 

Virginia State. Richmond 122, 123, 124, 125, 126 

Virginia State, Williamsburg 123, 125, 126 

Virginia State, Winchester 124, 126 

Virginia State, Woodstock 123, 125 

Vocelle, James Thomas 11, 12 

W 

Wabash Count v, Illinois 26, 37,62,63 

Waddell, Alfred Moore 106 



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INDEX-^<mtinued. 



PAGE 

Waddy, Everett Co 106 

Wadsworth Family 130, 139, 141 

Wads worth Family, See Marshall Family 141 

Wake County, North Carolina 106 

Waite, O. F. K 89 

Wake County, North Carolina, See Historical 

Raleigh 106 

Wake Forest College, North Carolina 106 

Wakeley, (Rev.) Joseph B 152 

Walker, C. & Co., Pubs., Chicago 40 

Walker, C.T 117 

Walker, (Mrs.) Harriet J 64 

Walker, William 88 

Walker, Williston 150 

Wall, John A 33 

Wallace Familv 147 

Wallace, Joseph 58 

Wallace, Spooner 80 

Wallbridge Family 147 

Wallbridge, Henry 147 

Wallbridge, William Oedney 147 

Wallser, J 117 

Walnut Grove, Morgan County, Hlinois 63 

Walter William 154 

Walters & Weber, Pubs./SpringfleVd, Illinois! !lM 

Waltham, 'Massachusetts 83 

Wal worth,Co. , Wisconsin 128 

WaroflS12 10,50,63,67,73,154 

Warof 1S12, Delaware 10 

War of 1.H12, History of, in Western Country.. 73 

War of 1S12, Kentucky in, War of 1812 73 

War of the Rebellion 23, 29, 37, 46, 48, 60, 63, 64 

War of the Rebellion, Diary of Edward W. 

Cripiion 64 

War of the Rebellion, Illinois Ninety-first 

Vohmt eer Infantry 29 

War of the Rebellion, Morgan County, Illinois, 

Soldiers 46 

War of the Rebellion, Ogle County, Illinois 

Volunteers ■. 48 

War of the Rebellion, Regimental Histories, 

Illinois 63,64 

War of the Rebellion, Sangamon County. 

Ladies' Soldiers' Aid Society 60, 64 

War of the Revolution 

7, S, 9, 10 fi4, 75, 77, 89, 90. 96, 98, 100, 101, 105, 154 
War of the Revolution, Clark, George Rogers, 

Arniv led by in his Conquest of Illinois 

177H-79 64 

War of til* Revolution, Connecticut in the 

Revolut ion 7, 8, 10 

Wnr of the Revolution, Delaware in the Rev- 

olul ioi) 9, 10 

War of the Revolution, Illinois, List of Rev- 
olutionary Soldiers buried in Illinois 64 

War of the Revolution, McLean County, 

Illinois, Revolutionary Soldiers buried in.. 41 
War of the Revolution, Pennsylvania Border 

Warfare iu 115 

War of the Revolution, Pennsylvania, The 

Pennsylvania German in the Revolution 115 

War of the Revolution, Rhode Island in the 

Revolution 116 

War of the Revolution, Virgin lain the Revolu- 
tion 125 

War with Mexico '... 64 

Ward Familv 148 

Ward , Josiah 148 

Ward, William 148 

Ward A: Weiland, Pubs., New Lexington, 

Ohio 110 

Warner, A. . Pubs., Chicago 125, 127, 128 

Warner & Beers, Pubs., Chicago 13,40,66,68 

Warner, Rufus S ......121 

Warren County, Illinois 64, 65 

Warren County, Pennsylvania 115 

Warren Family 148 

Warren , Rhode Island 116 

Warren , Thomas B 83, 145 

Warren ville, Illinois 65 

Warsaw, New York .■ 101 

Washburne, Elihu B 26, 132 



PAGE. 

Washington College, Tennessee 120 

Washington, Connecticut 8 

Washington County, Illinois 21, 33, 43, 65 

Washington County, Marietta, Ohio Ill 

Washington County, Rhode Island 116 

Washington, D.C 75,77,88,119 

Washington State 126 

Washington & Lee University, Lexington, 

Va 125 

Washington, Tennessee 120 

Waterbury, (Col.) David 7,8 

Waterloo, Illinois 45 

Waterman, A. N., A. B., LL.D 22 

Waters, Thomas Franklin 81 

Watertown, Massachusetts 83 

Watson, W.C 95 

Waukegan , Illinois 65 

Wautauga County, North Carolina 106 

Wayne County, Illinois 21,65 

Wayne County, Indiana 70 

Wayne County, New York 98 

Wayne County, Ohio HI 

Waynesville, North Carolina 103 

Webb, Albert Bishop 3 

Webb Book Company, Birmingham, Ala 3, 11 

Weber, Jessie Palmer 129,130 

Webley Family 92, 131 

Webley Family, See Shark River District, Mon- 
mouth County, N.J 92 

Webster, Kimball 89 

Webster, Martha Farnham 28 

Weed, Parsons & Co., Pubs., Albany, N. Y. 

... ! 93,95,97,101 

Weeden, William B 152 

Weeks, Stephen Beauregard, Ph.D 105, 153 

Weiser, Conrad. Journal. 112 

Welch, (Mrs.) Emma Finney 7 

Welles, Edwin Stanley 5, 9 

Wells, Henry Ward : 50 

Wertenbaker, Thomas J 125 

Wesleyan University, Middletown , Conn 8 

West, E. W 57 

West Farms, Westchester County, New York.lOl 

West Gardiner, Maine 75 

West,G.M 124 

West , Mary Allen 28 

West. New Jersey 92 

West Point Township, Stephenson County, 

Illinois 60,65 

West Virginia State 126,127 

West Virginia State, Charleston 126 

West Virginia State, Fairmount 127 

West Virginia State, Harrison County 126 

West Virginia State, Hinton 127 

West Virginia State, Kanawha Coxmty 126 

West Virginia State, Marion County 127 

West Virginia State, Morgantown 126 

West Virginia State, Parkersburg 126 

West Virginia State, Ritchie County 127 

West Virginia State, Shenandoah Valley 126 

West Virginia State, Summers County 127 

West Virginia State, Wheehng 127 

Western Cavaliers 72,73 

Western Counties of New York 101 

Western Historical Company. 61, 127 

Western Historical Society, Pubs., Chicago — 128 

Western Prcsbyterianism 114 

Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. 112 

Westfield Jubilee 83 

Westfield, Massachusetts 83 

Weston , Deborah Brownell 148 

Weston, Edmund Brownell 148 

Weston Family 148 

Weston, (Hon .) Gershom Bradford 148 

Weston, Massachusetts 83 

Wethersfleld, Conn 4,6, 8, 9,65 

Weymouth, Massachusetts 84 

Weymouth Historical Society Publication 
No. 1 82 

Weymouth Historical Society, Publishers 84 

Wheelet , Gwjt^'fe kvi^BO&\.>a& '^ 



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INDEX-^Condoded. 



PAGE. 

Wheeler, H. W 74 

Wheeler, John H 104 

Wheeler, W.O 92 

Wheeling, West Virrinia 7 

Whig Convention of 1840, Illinois 65 

Whipple Family 1 39 

Whipple Family, See Keve 139 

Whitcher. William F 89 

Whitcomb, Frank H 89,90 

White, Charles Fred 115 

White County, Illinois 66 

White County, Indiana 70 

White, Edward 68 

White Family 92, 130, 131, 139, 141 

White Family, See Marshall Family 141 

White Family, See Shark River District, 

Monmouth County, N. J 148 

White, Mary Tracy 37 

White, Stepnen Van Culen 33, 48 

Whitehall, Illinois 29 

Whiteley, William O 9, 10 

Whiteside County, Illinois 66 

Whitter & Sheppcrson, Pubs., Richmond, Va. 

126,130 

Who's Whoin Philadelphia (Colored People).. 115 

Wickham, Martha 97 

Wicomico County, Maryland 77 

Wigginand Lunt, Pubs., Boston 80,81,84 

Wilbur, Percival Coons 132 

Wilcox, John S 35 

Wilderman,R. S 57 

Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania 115 

Wilkie, Franc Bangs ( Polinto) 18 

Will County, Illinois 34, 37,66 

Willard , Frances E 27 

Willet Family, See Long Island Genealogies.. 148 
William and Mary College, Williamsburg, Va . . 125 

Williams, A. B 109 

Williams College 84 

Williams, (Rev.) Charles B., A. B.,D.D 102 

Williams, Cornelia Bartow 148 

Williams. C. S .. 56 

Williams Family 148 

Williams Family,Sff Long Island Genealogies. 148 
Williams, H. Z. & Bro., Pubs., Cleveland, 

Ohio ; ; 110,111 

Williams, J. Fletcher 86 

Williams, John 148 

Williams, Lawrence 148 

Williams Simeon Breed 148 

Williams, Walt cr 86 

Williams and Wilkin s Co., Pubs., Baltimore, 

Md 76,77,135 

Williamsburg Township, South Carolina 118 

Williamsburg, Virginia 123, 125, 126 

Williamson, C.W .....107 

Williamson County, Illinois 27, 29, 30, 58, 66 

Williamson, Hugh 104 

Williamson , Joseph 74 

Williamsport, Pennsylvania 112 

Williamston , Massachusetts 84 

Willis Family, Sff Longlsland Genealogies... 148 

Willis, J. A 14 

Wills, Abstract of. New York 93 

Wills, Calendar of, Maryland 77 

Wills, New Jersey 93 

Wills , North Carolina 106 

Wilmette, Illinois 26,67 

Wilmington , Delaware 9, 10 

Wilmington, North Carolina 106 

Wilson, Charles Edward 21 

Wilson Count y, Tennessee 120 

Wilson, E. A. & Co., Pubs., Springfield, Illi- 
nois 58 

Wilson , Granville P 75, 90 

Wilson, Humphreys & Co., Pubs., Logansport, 

Ind 24 

Wilson, J. & Son, Pub., Cambridge, Mass 85 

Wilson , James Grant 149 

Wilson, Joseph M., Pubs., Philadelphia.... 
112, 113. 1 14 



PAGE. 

Wilson , Leonard 150, 161 

Wilson, Leonard, See National Magazine 155 

Winbome, Judge Benjamin B 147 

Winchester, Connecticut 8 

Winchester, Illinois 59,67 

Winchester, Virginia 124, 126 

Windham County, Connecticut 8 

Windsor, Connecticut 4, 5,6,8,9 

Windsor, Massachusetts 84 

Winfield , Charles H 92 

Winnebago County, Illinois 56,67 

Winnebago, War of 1827 67 

Winsor, Justin 85 

Winston, North Carolina 107 

Winterbum, J. & Co., Pubs., San Francisco, 

Cal 146,149 

Wint erport , Maine 74, 75 

Wisconsin State 127-128 

Wisconsin State .Chippewa County 127 

Wisconsin State, Dane County 127 

Wisconsm State, Dunn County 127 

Wisconsin State, Eau Claire County 127 

Wisconsin State, Milwaukee 128 

Wisconsin State, Pepin County 128 

Wisconsin St at c. Price County 128 

Wisconsin State, University, Madison •. 97 

WiscoiLsin State, Vernon Coimty 128 

Wisconsin State, Walworth County - 128 

Witherspoon , Halliday 44 

Wobuni, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.. 81, 84 

Wolcott, Connecticut 9 

Wolcott Family 148 

Woman Suffrage Asso^ation 154 

Woman's Christian Temperance Union 154 

Women, Chronological list of Prominent 

American 1«'>4 

Women , Our Pioneers 154 

Wood County, Ohio 109, 1 1 1 , 112 

Wood. David Ward 18,55 

Woods, John 26 

Woodbur>', Connecticut 8 

Woodburv, New Jersey 93 

Woodburv County, New Jersey, See Stewart's 

Miscellany 90,91,93,156 

Woodcock, *E. A 50 

Woodford County, Illinois 67 

WoodnifT, GetM-ge 34, 66 

Woodstock, Illinois 40 

Woodstock, Virginia 123, 125 

Worcester County, Maryland 77 

Worcester, Massachusetts 8 

World Publishing Co., Chicago 16 

World's Fair, Chicago, Illinois 51 

Worsley and Smith, Pubs., Lexington, Ky — 

: 63,73 

Wright Family, S^e Longlsland Genealogies.. 149 

Wright and Potter, Pubs. , Boston 82 

Wright, Tobias A 132 

Wyoming County, New York 98 

Wyoming Historical and Geological Society. . .115 
Wyoming State 128 



Y 

Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut 9 

Yates County, New York 98 

Ycaman, W. Pope, D.D 86 

Yellow Banks, (Now Oquawka) Illinois 31,67 

Young, Alexander 78, 79 

Young, Andrew W 70, 101 

Young, E. Horton 53, 57 

Young Family 149 

Young, Mrs. John 137 

Youngstown, Ohio 109, 111 



Zotz, A 49 

Zurbonsen , (Rev.) A 17, 54