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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETIES 

(THE UNITED STATES AND THE DOMINION OF CANADA) 
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APPLETON PRENTISS CLARK GRIFFIN 



SECOND EDITION, RtVISED AND ENLARGED 






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INTRODUCTION. 



The first edition of this -Bibliography was published in 1895, form 
ing pages 677-1236 of the Annual Report of the American Historical 
Association for 1895. The present edition takes in publications of 
historical societies down to and as far as possible through 1905. For 
the new material the collections in the Library of Congress and the 
principal libraries of Boston have been drawn upon. In some < 
the galley proofs have been submitted to officials of the societies con 
cerned, who have verified the titles and suggested additions. 

The compiler is in a superlative degree indebted to Samuel A. 
Green, LL. I)., librarian of the Massachusetts Historical Society, and 
to J. H. Tuttle, assistant librarian. The personal interest shown by 
both was a most pleasurable experience. The publications received 
by the Massachusetts Historical Society have been carefully pre 
served and catalogued, even to the most fugitive leaflet. The cata 
logue of this collection was freely used and the result was a great gain 
in the completeness of the Bibliography. 

Mr. W. P. Greenlaw, librarian of the New England Historic 
Genealogical Society, is also entitled to the highest appreciation for 
his aid and courtesy extended personally to my assistant. 

The librarian of the American Antiquarian Society and the libra 
rian of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania read the galley proofs 
of the titles of publications of their respective societies, n service 
which it is a pleasure to acknowledge. . 

Mr. Thomas Hamilton Murray read the proof for the American 
Irish Historical Society. 

Mr. Charles A. Flagg, of the Library of Congress, who has done 
much toward completing the sets of historical society publications in 
the Library, has given most generous and valuable aid. 

The arrangement is first by States, then alphabetical by name of 
society. 

The immediate work of compilation has been done, under my direct 
supervision, by Miss Grace Gardner Griffin. 

A. P. C. GKIFFIN. 

WASHINGTON, D. C., March 7, 1907. 



BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETIES. 



By APPLETON PRENTISS CLARK GRIFFIN. 



A. NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Washington, D. C. 

Organized at Saratoga, N. Y., September 10, 1884. Incorporated by act of 
Congress approved January 4, 1880. Reports annually to Congress through the 
Smithsonian Institution. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Papers of the American Historical Asso 
ciation. Vol. i. New York and London, 1886. 
8vo, pp. iii, 502. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. Secretary s Report of the Organization and Proceedings, Saratoga, 
September 9, 10, 1884, pp. 5-44. 

No. 2. On Studies in General History and the History of Civilization, by 
Andrew D. White, president of the Association, pp. 1-28 [45-72]. 

No. 3. History and Management of Land Grants for Education in the North 
west Territory, by George W. Knight, pp. 1-175 [73-247]. 

No. 4. The Louisiana Purchase in its influence upon the American System, by 
the Right Rev. C. F. Robertson, D. D., Bishop of Missouri, pp. 1-42 [249-290]. 

No. 5. History of the Appointing Power of the President, by Lucy M. Salmon, 
pp. 1-129 [291-419]. 

No. 6. Report of the Proceedings of the American Historical Association, Sec 
ond Annual meeting, Saratoga, September 8-10, 1885, by Herbert I*. Adams, 
secretary of the Association, pp. 1-73 [421-493] ; Index, pp. 75-82 [495-502]. 

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AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Papers of the American Historical Asso 
ciation. Vol. ii. New York and London, 1888. 

8vo, pp. iv, 565. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. Report of the Proceedings of the American Historical Association at 
Washington, D. C., April 27-29, 1886, Third Annual Meeting, by Herbert B. 
Adams, secretary of the Association, pp. 1-104. Includes abstracts of the fol 
lowing papers : Columbus, by Gen. James Grant Wilson : Graphic Methods of 
Illustrating History, by Dr. Albert Bushnell Hart ; The Neglect and Destruction 
of Historical Materials in this Country, by Prof. Moses Colt Tyler; New Views 
of Early Virginia History, 1006-1619, by Alexander Brown : The Part taken by 
Virginia under the Leadership of Patrick Henry in Establishing Religious Liberty 
as a Foundation of American Government, by Hon. William Wirt Henry ; The 
Causes of the Revolution, by Dr. Edward Channing; The Development of 
Municipal Government in Massachusetts, by T. Jefferson Coolidge, jr, ; The March 



8 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

of the Spaniards Across Illlnbis* fly Edward G. Mason; The Northwest Terri 
tory, its/pi^inattCfe andifrsiGoveiviiri < ent, by Dr. Israel W. Andrews; Did the 
Louisiana \I^ijvl{ase^r,ducl e fOre^oV? ,bx* William A. Mowry ; The Settlement of 
the Lower St. Lawrence, by Ebeii G reenough Scott ; The Origin of the Highest 
Functions of the American Judiciary, by Prof. Austin Scott ; Jefferson s Use of 
the Executive Patronage, by J. M. Merriam ; The Early Protective Movement 
and the Tariff ,of 1828, by F. W. Taussig ; The Attack on Washington City in 
1814, Jby Maj. Gen. George W. Cullum ; Confederate and Federal Strategy in the 
Pop& Campaign before Washington in 1862, by Col. William Allan ; The State- 
Rights Theory : Its Evolution and Involution in American Politics, by James C. 
Welling ; The Reconstruction of History, by Dr. George E. Ellis ; William Usselinx, 
by J. F. Jameson; Franklin in France, by Dr. Edward Everett Hale: Historical 
Studies in Canada, by George Stewart, jr. 

No. 2. A History of the Doctrine of Comets, by Andrew D. White, president of 
the Association, pp. 1-43 [105-147]. 

No. 3. William Usselinx, Founder of the Dutch and Swedish West India Com 
panies, by J. Franklin Jameson, Ph. D., pp. 1-234 [149-382]. 

No. 4. Church and State in the United States ; or, the American Idea of 
Religious Liberty and its Practical Effects, by Philip Schaff, D. D., LL. D., pp. 
1-161 [383-543] : Index, [546-565]. (2 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Papers of the American Historical Associa 
tion. Vol. in. New York and London, 1889. 

fivo, pp. iv, 536. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. Report of the Proceedings at Boston and Cambridge, May 21-24, 1887, 
Fourth Annual Meeting, by Herbert B. Adams, secretary of the Association ; 
Manuscript Sources of American History The Conspicuous Collections Extant, 
by Justin Winsor, pp. 9-27 ; Diplomatic Prelude to the Seven Years War, by 
Herbert Elmer Mills, pp. 29-40 ; A Short Account of the Life and Times of Silas 
Deane, by Charles Isham, pp. 40-47 ; Historical Grouping, by James Schouler, 
pp. 48-52 : The Constitutional Relations of the American Colonies to the English 
Government at the Commencement of the Revolution, by Mellen Chamberlain, 
pp. 52-74 ; On the Peace Negotiations of 1782-83 as illustrated by the Secret 
Correspondence of France and England, by John Jay, pp. 79-100 ; Biographical 
Sketch of Leopold von Ranke, with an Account of Ranke and the Historical 
Commission of the Bavarian Academy of Science, and Bibliographical Notes on 
Leopold von Ranke, by Herbert B. Adams, pp. 101-133 ; A Reminiscence of 
Ranke, by Frederic A. Bancroft, pp. 121-124 ; The Parliamentary Experiment in 
Germany, by Kuno Francke, pp. 133-146; A Study in Swiss History, by John 
Martin Vincent, pp. 146-164 ; The Spaniard in New Mexico, by W. W. H. Davis, 
pp. 164-176 ; Abstract of Paper by Prof. Moses Coit Tyler ; The Historic Name of 
Our Country, pp. 176-178; The Biography of a River and Harbor Bill, by Dr. 
Albert Bushnell Hart, pp. 180-197 ; Extracts from a Paper by Col. Carroll D. 
Wright on the Study of Statistics in American Colleges, pp. 197-202 ; Abstract 
of a Paper by Prof. Arthur M. Wheeler on The Government of London, pp. 203- 
205; Religious Liberty in Virginia, and Patrick Henry, by Charles J. Stiile. pp. 
205-211 ; Abstract of a Paper by Philip Schaff on the American Chapter in 
Church History, pp. 211-213; Notes on Historical Studies in Canada, by George 
Stewart, jr., pp. 213-215 ; A letter written in 1500 from Hispaniola by a Fran 
ciscan Missionary, pp. 215-219 ; Necrology : Calvin Holmes Carter and James 
Carson Brevoort, pp. 223-227 ; List of Members of the American Historical 
Association, pp. 229-238. 

No. 2. Report of the Proceedings, Washington, D. C., December 26-28, 1888, 
Fifth Annual Meeting, by Herbert B. Adams, secretary of the Association, pp. 
1-30 [245-274] ; The Early Northwest, inaugural address by William F. Poole, 
LL. D., president of the Association, pp. 31-56 [275-300] ; Remarks by Hon. 
George B. Loring on Dr. Poole s Address, pp. 56-84 [300-308] ; The Influence of 
Governor Cass on the Development of the Northwest, by Prof. A. C. McLaughlin, 
pp. 65-83 [309-327] ; The place of the Northwest in General History, by WUliam 
F. Allen, pp. 85-104 [329-348] ; Internal Improvements in Ohio, 1825-1850. by 
Charles N. Morris, pp. 105-136 [349-380] ; The Old Federal Court of Appeal, by 
Prof. J. Franklin Jameson, pp. 137-148 [381-392] ; Canadian Archives, by 
Douglas Brymner, pp. 149-163 [393-407] ; The States -Rights Conflict over the 
Public Lands, by James C. Welling, LL. D., pp. 165-188 [409-432] ; The Martyr 
dom of San Pedro Arbues, by Henry Charles Lea, pp. 189-209 [433-4531; A 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. f 

reply to Dr. Stille upon Religious Liberty in Virginia, by Hon. William Wlrt 
Henry, pp. 211-220 [455-464] ; American Trade Regulations before 1789 by 
Willard Clark Fisher, pp. 221-249 [465-493] ; Museum-History and Museums of 
History, by George Brown Goode, LL. D., pp. 251-275 [495-519] ; Appointment 
of Committees, etc. Index, pp. 279-292 [523-536]. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Papers of the American Historical Associa 
tion. Vol. iv. New York and London, 1890. 
8vo, pp. iv, 537. 

CONTENTS. 

Part 1, January, 1890. Report of the Proceedings of the American Historical 
Association at the Sixth Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C., December 28-31, 
1889, by Herbert B. Adams, secretary of the Association, pp. 1-21 ; List of Mem 
bers, pp. 23-34 ; Report of the Treasurer, Clarence W. Bowen, p. 35 ; Recent His 
torical Work in the Colleges and Universities of Europe and America, inau 
gural address of President Charles Kendall Adams, LL. D., pp. 37-65 ; A Cate 
chism of the Revolutionary Reaction, by Andrew D. White, pp. 67-92. 

Part 2, April, 1890. The Origin of the National Scientific and Educational 
Institutions of the United States, by G. Brown Goode, Ph. D., LL. D., pp. 3-112 
[93-202]. 

Part 3, July, 1890. The Mutual Obligation of the Ethnologist and the Histo 
rian, by Otis T. Mason, pp. 3-12 [203-212] ; Historicals Survivals in Morocco, by 
Talcott Williams, pp. 13-34 [213-234] ; The Literature of Witchcraft, by Prof. 
George L. Burr, pp. 35-66 [235-266] ; The Development of International Law as 
to Newly Discovered Territory, by Walter B. Scaife, Ph. D., pp. 67-93 [267-293] ; 
The Spirit of Historical Research, by James Schouler, pp. 95-100 [295-306] ; A 
Defense of Congressional Government, by Dr. Freeman Snow, pp. 107-128 [307- 
328]. 

Part 4, October, 1890. Materials for the History of the Government of the 
Southern Confederacy, by John Osborne Sumner, pp. 3-19 [329-345] ; The Con 
stitutional Aspect of Kentucky s Struggle for Autonomy, 1784-1792, by Ethelbert 

D. Warfield, pp. 21-39 [347-365] ; The Pelham Papers Loss of Oswego, by 
William Henry Smith, pp. 41-53 [367-379] ; Notes on the Outlook for Historical 
Studies in the South, by Prof. William P. Trent, pp. 55-65 [381-391] ; Economic 
and Social History of New England, 1620-1789, by William B. Weeden, pp. 67- 
78 [393-404] ; The Early History of the Ballot in Connecticut, by Prof. Simeon 

E. Baldwin, pp. 79-96 [407-422] ; Bibliography of the American Historical Asso 
ciation, [note] by Paul Leicester Ford, pp. 97-103 [423-429] ; Brief notes on the 
Present Condition of Historical Studies in Canada, by George Stewart, jr., D. C. L., 
LL. D., pp. 105-109 [433-435]; The Trial and Execution of John Brown, by 
Gen. Marcus J. Wright, pp. -111-126 [437-452] ; A Few Facts from the Records 
of William and Mary College, by President Lyon G. Tyler, pp. 127-141 [453- 
467] ; The Impeachment and Trial of President Johnson, by Dr. William A. Dun 
ning, pp. 143-177 [469-503] ; Committees, Historical Societies. Index, 179-211 
[505-537]. (* 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Papers of the American Historical Associa 
tion. Vol. v, 1891. New York and London, 1891. 
8vo, pp. iv, 503. 

CONTENTS. 

Parts 1-2, January and April, 1891. Reports of the Proceedings of the Asso 
ciation at the Seventh Annual Meeting, Washington, D. C., December 29-31. 1890, 
by Herbert B. Adams, secretary of the Association, pp. 1-16; The Demand for 
Education in American History ; Inaugural Address of John Jay, LL. D.. president 
of the Association, pp. 19-43 ; The Theory of the Village Community, by Charles 
M. Andrews, pp. 47-61 ; Karl Follen and the German Liberal Movement (1S15 to 
1819), by Kuno Francke, pp. 65-81; Bismarck as the typical German, by Wil 
liam G. Taylor, pp. 85-109; State Activities and Politics, by William F 
loughby, pp. 113-127; Mirabeau s speech of May 20, 1790, by Fred Morrow 
Fling, pp. 131-139 ; The Organization of Historical Material, by W. II. Mace. pp. 
143-161 ; The Origin of American Institutions, as illustrated in the history o 
the written ballot, by Douglas Campbell, pp. 165-186. 



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Part 3, July, 1891. The Fate of Dietrich Flade, by George L. Burr, pp. 3-57 ; 
The Philosophic Aspects of History, by William T. Harris, pp. 61-68 ; Brief Notes 
on the Present Condition of Historical Studies in Canada, by George Stewart, 
pp. 71-74; Is History a Science? by R. H. Dabney, pp. 77-86; Canada and the 
United States : An Historical Retrospect, by John George Bourinot, pp. 89-147. 

Part 4, October, 1891. Slavery in New York : The Status of the Slave Under 
the English Colonial Government, by Edwin Vernon Morgan, pp. 3-16 ; Amend 
ments to the Constitution of the United States, by Herman V. Ames, pp. 19-29 ; 
Congressional demands upon the Executive for information, by Edward Campbell 
Mason, pp. 33-41 ; A Plea for Reform in the Study of English Municipal History, 
by Charles Gross, pp. 45-58 ; The Yazoo land companies, by Charles H. Haskins, 
pp. 61-103 ; The Lost Colony of Roanoke : Its fate and survival, by Stephen B. 
Weeks, pp. 107-146; Index, pp. 481-503. (5 

NOTE. The publication of the Papers ceased with this volume. The Annual 
Reports thenceforth took their place. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report of the American Historical 
Association for the year 1889. Washington: Government Printing Office, 
1890. 

8vo, pp. viii, 427. 

Transmitted by the secretary of the Association to the Secretary of the Smith 
sonian Institution and submitted to Congress in accordance with the act of 
incorporation of the Association. Printed as Senate Miscellaneous Document No. 
170 of the Fifty-first Congress (first session). 

Contents : Report of Proceedings at Sixth Annual Meeting, by Herbert B. 
Adams ; Recent Historical Work in the Colleges and Universities of Europe and 
America, by Charles Kendall Adams; The Spirit of Historical Research, by 
James Schouler ; The Origin of the National Scientific and Educational Institu 
tions of the United States, by G. Brown Goode ; A Partial Bibliography of the 
Published Works of Members of the American Historical Association, by Paul 
Leicester Ford ; Index. (6 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report of the American His 
torical Association for the year 1890. Washington: Government Printing 
Office, 1891. 

8vo, pp. x, 310. Price, bound, $4 ; paper covers, $3. 

Transmitted by the secretary of the Association to the Secretary of the Smith 
sonian Institution and submitted to Congress in accordance with the act of 
incorporation of the Association. Printed as Senate Miscellaneous Document 
No. 83 of the Fifty-first Congress (second session). 

An author s edition of each article is also issued in pamphlet form. 

Contents : Report of Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Meeting of the Amer 
ican Historical Association, held in Washington, D. C., December 29-31, 1890. by 
Herbert B. Adams, pp. 3-12; The Demand for Education in American History, 
Inaugural Address by Hon. John Jay, LL. D., pp. 15-36. The following refer 
ences are abstracts of papers read by the persons named : Canada and the United 
States from Historical Points of View, by J. G. Bourinot, C. M. G., LL. D., pp. 
39, 40; New England Settlements in Acadia, by Benjamin Rand, Ph. D., pp. 
41, 42 ; The Legislative Work of the First Parliament of Upper Canada, by 
William Houston, M. A., pp. 43, 44; The Fate of Dietrich Flade, by Prof. George 
L. Burr, p. 47 ; Theory of Village Community, by Dr. Charles M. Andrews, pp. 
49, 50; A. Plea for Reform in the Study of English Municipal History, by Dr. 
Charles Gross, pp. 51, 52; Mirabeau s Speech of May 20, 1790, by Dr. Frederick 
M. Fling, pp. 53, 54 ; The Formation of the French Constitution, by Prof. 
Adolphe Cohn, pp. 55, 56 ; Karl Follen and the Liberal Movement in Germany, by 
Prof. Kuno Francke, pp. 57, 58 ; Bismarck, the Typical German, by William G. 
Taylor, p. 59 ; Haw the Written Ballot came into the United States, by Douglas 
Campbell, pp. 63-65; A Virginia Bill of Attainder The Case of Josiah Philips, 
by Prof. William P. Trent, pp. 67, 68 ; Amendments to the Constitution of the 
United States, by Herman V. Ames, pp. 69-70 ; Congressional Demands upon the 
Executive for Information, by Edward Campbell Mason, pp. 71. 72; Responsible 
Government in Canada, by J. G. Bourinot, LL. D., pp. 73, 74 ; Bills of Rights in 
State Constitutions, by Gen. R. D. Mussey, pp. 75-77 ; The Historical Develop 
ment of the Budget in the United States, by Dr. Ephraim D. Adams, p. 81 ; The 
Yazoo Land Companies, by Dr. Charles H. Haskins, p. 83 ; State Activities and 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. H 

Politics, by William F. Willoughby, pp. 85, 86 ; Slavery in New York The Status 
of the Slave under the English Colonial Government, by Edwin Vernon Morgan 
A. B., pp. 87, 88 ; Slavery in the District of Columbia The Policy of Congress 
and the Struggle for Abolition, by Mary Tremain, A. M., pp. 80-01 Remarks on 
Miss Tremain s Paper, by William Birney, pp. 91-93; Raleigh s Settlements on 
Roanoke Island An Historical Survival, by Dr. Stephen B. Weeks, pp !)7 <)s 
The Political Ideas of the Puritans, by Dr. Herbert L. Osgood, pp. 99, 100 ; State 
Historical Societies, by Gen. C. W. Darling, pp. 101, 102; Organization of His 
torical Material, by W. II. Mace, A. M., pp. 103-107; Is History a Science? by 
Prof. A. II. Dabney, Ph. D., p. 109; Webster s Seventh of March Speech, by 
James Schouler, pp. Ill, 112; The Border Land betwen the Historian and the 
Archaeologist, by Prof. Otis T. Mason, p. 113 ; Bibliography of the Writings of 
the Members of the American Historical Association for the year 1890, by Paul 
Leicester Ford and A. Howard Clark, pp. 117-160 ; Bibliography of the Histor 
ical Societies of the United States, by Appleton Prentiss Clark Griffin pp 161- 
267; Index, pp. 269-310. (7 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report of the American His 
torical Association for the year 1891. Washington : Government Printing 
Office, 1892. 

8vo, pp. ix, 499. Price, bound, $4 ; paper covers, $3. 

Transmitted by the Secretary of the Association to the Secretary of the Smith 
sonian Institution, and submitted to Congress in accordance with the act of 
incorporation of the Association. Printed as Senate Miscellaneous Document 
No. 173 of the Fifty-second Congress (first session). 

[An author s edition of each article is also issued in pamphlet form.] 

Contents : Report of Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Meeting of the 
American Historical Association, held in Washington, D. C., December 29-31, 
1891, by Herbert B. Adams, pp. 3-11 ; Inaugural Address of Hon. William 
Wirt Henry, LL. D., President of the Association, on the Causes which producer 
the Virginia of the Revolutionary Period, pp. 15-29 ; The Expenditures of For 
eign Governments in Behalf of History, by Prof. .7. Franklin Jameson, pp 
33-61 ; The United States and International Arbitration, by Prof. John Basset 
Moore, pp. 65-85 ; Some recent Discoveries concerning Columbus, by Presides 
Charles Kendall Adams, pp. 89-99 ; The History and Determination of th. 
Line of Demarcation established by Pope Alexander VI, between the Spanisl 
and Portuguese Fields of Discovery and Colonization, by Prof. Edward G 
Bourne, pp. 103-130 ; Slavery in the Territories, by President James C. Welling 
pp. 133-160; The Enforcement of the Slave-Trade Laws, by W. E. B. Du Boh 
pp. 163-174 ; State Sovereignty in Wisconsin, by Albert II. Sanford, pp. 177-195 
The Earliest Texas, by Mrs. Lee C. Harby, pp. 199-205; Governor Williar 
Leete and the Absorption of New Haven Colony by Connecticut, by Dr. Bernar 
C. Steiner, pp. 209-222 ; The Visitorial Statutes of Andover Seminary, by Pro 
Simeon E. Baldwin, LL. D., pp. 225-241 ; Some Neglected Characteristics o: 
the New England Puritans, by Prof. Barrett Wendell, pp. 245-253 ; Henry Clay 
as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, by Mary Parko< 
Follett, pp. 257-265 ; Lord Lovelace and the second Canadian Campaign, 1708 - 
1710, by Gen. James Grant Wilson, pp. 269-297; Commerce and Industry : 
Florence during the Renaissance, by Walter B. Scaifo. Ph. !>.. pp. 301-30S 
Parliamentary Government in Canada A Constitutional and Historical Stud 
by J. G. Bourinot, LL. D., D. C. L., pp. 311-407; Bibliography of Publislu 
Writings of Members of the American Historical Association for 1891, by . 
Howard Clark, pp. 411-463; Index, pp. 465-499. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report of the American Historic:. 
Association for the year 1892. Washington : Government Printing Offic 
1893. 

8vo. pp. vii, 698. Price, bound, $4 ; paper covers, $3. 

Transmitted by the secretary of the Association to the Secretary of the Smit 
sonian Institution, and submitted to Congress in accordance with the act 
Incorporation of the Association. Printed as Senate Miscellaneous Document > . 
57, Fifty-second Congress (second session). 

[An author s edition of each article is also issued in pamphlet form.] 

Contents: Summary of the Work of the American Historical Associati 
during the year 1892, by Herbert B. Adams, secretary, pp. 1-16; Copy of Tra<"- 
Relating to America (Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries) found in t 



12 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Bodleian Library, at Oxford, by Prof. James E. Thorold Rogers, and by him 
obtained for the American Historical Association, pp. 17-70 ; Some Account 
of George Washington s Library and Manuscript Records and their Dispersion 
from Mount Vernon, with an Excerpt from his Diary in 1774 during the First 
Session of the Continental Congress, with Notes, by J. M. Toner, M. D., pp. 
71-169 ; Lotteries in American History, by A. R. Spofford, Librarian of Con 
gress, pp. 171-195 ; United States Provisional Court for the State of Louisiana, 
1862-1865, by Judge Charles A. Peabody, pp. 197-210; Bibliography of Pub 
lished Writings of Members of the American Historical Association for the 
year 1892, by A. Howard Clark, assistant secretary, PP- 211-302 ; Bibliography 
of Historical Societies of the United States and British America, by Appleton 
Prentiss Clark Griffin (continued from Annual Report for 1890), pp. 305-619; 
Index, pp. 621-698. (9 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report of the American Historical 
Association for the year 1893. Washington: Government Printing Office, 
1894. 

8vo. pp. x, 605. 

[An author s edition of each article is also issued in pamphlet form.] 
Contents : Report of Proceedings of Ninth Annual Meeting, in Chicago, 
July 11-13, 1893, by Herbert B. Adams, secretary, pp. 1-9 ; Report of the treas 
urer, pp. 10-11 ; List of committees, p. 12 ; Inaugural address of President 
James B. Angell on the Inadequate Recognition of Diplomatists by Historians, 
pp. 13-24 ; The Value of National Archives, by Mrs. Ellen Hardin Walworth, 
pp. 25-32 ; American Historical Nomenclature, by Ainsworth R. Spofford, pp. 
33-42 ; The Definition of History, by William Preston Johnston, pp. 43-53 ; 
Historical Industries, by James Schouler, pp. 55-66 ; The Historical Method of 
Writing the History of Christian Doctrine, by Charles J. Little, pp. 67-75; 
The Requirements for the Historical Doctorate in America, by Ephraim Emerton, 
pp. 77-9.0 ; The First Fugitive Slave Case of Record in Ohio, by William Henry 
Smith, pp. 01-100 ; The Present Status of Pre-Columbian Discovery of America 
by Norsemen, by James Phinney Baxter, pp. 101-110; Prince Henry, the Navi 
gator, by Edward Gaylord Bourne, pp. 111-121 ; The Economic Condition of 
Spain in the Sixteenth Century, by Bernard Moses, pp. 123-133 ; The Union 
of Utrecht, by Lucy M. Salmon, pp. 135-148 ; English popular Uprisings in the 
Middle Ages, by George Kriehn, pp. 149-161 ; Jefferson and the Social Com 
pact Theory, by George P. Fisher, pp. 163-177 ; The Relation of History to 
Politics, by Jesse Macy, pp. 179-188 ; Early Lead Mining in Illinois and Wis 
consin, by Reuben Gold Thwaites, pp. 189-195 ; The Significance of the Fron 
tier in American History, by Frederic J. Turner, pp. 197-227 ; Roger Sherman 
in the Federal Convention, by Lewis Henry Boutell, pp. 229-247 ; The His 
torical Significance of the Missouri Compromise, by James A. Woodburn, pp. 
249-297 ; The First Legislative Assembly in America, By William Wirt Henry 
pp. 299-316; Naturalization in the English Colonies of America, by Miss Cora 
Start, pp. 317-328; The Establishment of the First Southern Boundary of 
the United States, by A. B. Hinsdale, pp. 329-366 ; The Historic Policy of the 
United States as to Annexation, by Simeon E. Baldwin, pp. 367-390 ; The 
Origin of the Standing Committee System in American Legislative Bodies, by 
J. Franklin Jameson, pp. 391-399 ; General Joseph Martin and the War of the 
Revolution in the West, by Stephen B. Weeks, pp. 401-477 ; The Annals of an 
Historic Town [Lawrence, Kansas], by F. W. Blackmar, pp. 479-499; Contri 
butions toward a Bibliography of American History, 1882-1892, by John Martin 
Vincent, pp. 501-572; Index, pp. 573-605. (1O 

n SICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report of the American Historical 
Association for the year 1894. Washington: Government Printing Office, 
1895. 

8vo, pp. xii, 602. 

Transmitted by the secretary of the Association to the Secretary of the 
Smithsonian Institution, and submitted to Congress in accordance with the act 
of incorporation of the Association. Printed as House Miscellaneous Docu 
ment No. 91, Fifty-third Congress (third session). \ 

Contents : Report of Proceedings of Tenth Annual Meeting, in Washington, 
D. C., December 26-28, 1894, by Herbert B. Adams, secretary, pp. 1-16; The 
Tendency of History, by Henry Adams, President of the Association, pp. 17-24 ; 
Rise of Imperial Federalism (abstract), by Prof. George B. Adams, pp. 25-28; 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 13 

1 The Historical Work of Prof. Herbert Tuttle, by Prof. Herbert B. Adams pp 
29-38; Turning Points in the Civil War, by Dr. Rossiter Johnson, pp. 30-54; 
Tributes to Hamilton Fish, Hon. John Jay, Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, and others! 
by Gen. James Grant Wilson, pp. 55-62 ; The Tejas : their Habits, Government! 
and Superstitions, by Mrs. Lee C. Harby, pp. 63-82 ; Why Coronado went to New 
Mexico in 1540, by George Parker Winship, pp. 83-92 ; The Casa de Contratacion 
of Seville, by Prof. Bernard Moses, pp. 93-124 ; Some European Modifications of 
the Jury System, by Dr. Walter B. Sca4fe, pp. 125-140 ; The Regulators of North 
Carolina (1765-1771), by Prof. John S. Bassett, pp.,141-212; A ChapteV in the 
Life of Charles Robinson, the First Governor of Kansas, by Prof. Frank W. 
Blackmar, pp. 213-226 ; The Continental Congress : A Neglected Portion of Ameri 
can Revolutionary History, by Dr. Herbert Friedenwald, pp. 227-236 ; The Labor 
Movement in English Politics, by Edward Porritt, pp. 237-246 ; The Organization 
of the First Committee of Public Safety, by Prof. Henry E. Bourne, pp. 247-272 ; 
The Quebec Act and the American Revolution, by Victor Coffin, pp. 273-280 ; The 
Historical Archives of the State Department, by Andrew Ilussey Allen, pp. 
281-298 ; Appeals from Colonial Courts to the King in Council, with special ref 
erence to Rhode Island, by Harold D. Hazeltine, pp. 299-350 ; Rhode Island and 
the Impost of 1781, by Frank Greene Bates, pp. 351-360 ; The Constitutional 
Controversy in Rhode Island in 1841, by Arthur May Mowry, pp. 361-370 ; Party 
Struggles over the Pennsylvania Constitution, by Samuel B. Harding, pp. 371- 
402 ; Evolution of Township Government in Ohio, by James Alva Wilgus, pp. 
403-412 ; The Western Posts and the British Debts, by Prof. A. C. McLaughlin, 
pp. 413-444 ; Existing Autographs of Christopher Columbus, by William Eleroy 
Curtis, pp. 445-518; Mountains and History, by Prof. Edmund K. Alden, pp. 
519-530 ; Causes and Consequences of the Party Revolution of 1800, by Prof. 
Anson D. Morse, pp. 531-540 ; The Tennis Court Oath, by Prof. James H. Robin 
son, pp. 541-548 ; What the United States Government has done for History, by 

A. Howard Clark, pp. 549-562 ; Bibliography of the Colonial History of South 
Carolina, by Edson L. Whitney, pp. 563-586; Index, pp. 587-602. (11 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1895. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1896. 
8vo. pp. x, 1247. 

Transmitted by the Secretary of the Association 1o the Secretary of the 
Smithsonian Institution and submitted to Congress in accordance with the Act 
of Incorporation of the Association. Printed as House Document No. 291, 
Fifty-fourth Congress (1st session). 

CONTENTS. 

Report of Proceedings of Eleventh Annual Meeting in Washington, D. C., 
December 26-27, 1895, by Herbert B. Adams, Secretary, pp. 1-1 1 ; Report of 
the Treasurer; List of Committees; Necrology, pp. 13-18; Inaugural Address, 
by lion. George F. Hoar, President of the Association, on Popular Discontent 
with Representative Government, pp. 19-43 ; The Surroundings and Site of 
Raleigh s Colony, by Talcott Williams, pp. 45-61 ; Governor, Edward Winslow : 
His Part and Place in Plymouth Colony, by Rev. William C. Winslow, D. D., 
pp. 63-77 ; Arent Van Curler nnd His Journal of 1634-35, by Gen. James Grant 
Wilson, D. C. L., pp. 79-101 ; Political Activity of Massachusetts Towns during 
the Revolution, by Harry A. Cushing, pp. 103-113: The Land System of Pro 
vincial Pennsylvania, by William R. Shepherd, pp. 115-125; The Electoral Col- 
lego for the Senate of Maryland and the Nineteen Van Buren Electors, by Dr. 

B. C. Steiner, pp. 127-167; Libraries and Literature in North Carolina in the 
Eighteenth Century, by Dr. S. B. Weeks, pp. 169-267; Suffrage in the State of 
North Carolina (1776-1861), by Prof. J. S. Bassett, pp. 269-285; Locating the 
Capital, by Gaillard Hunt, pp. 287-205 ; " Free Burghs " in the United States, by 
James II. Blodgett, pp. 297-317 ; The Employment of the Indians in the War of 
1812, by Ernest Cruikshank, pp. 319-335 ; Commodore John Barry, by Martin I. 
J. Griffin, pp. 337-365 ; Agreement of 1817 : Reduction of Naval Forces upon the 
American Lakes, by J. M. Callahan, pp. 367-302; "The Underground Railroad" 
for Liberation of Fugitive Slaves, by Prof. W. II. Siebert, pp. 303-402; Some 
bold Diplomacy in the United States in 1861, by Gen. Marcus J. Wright, pp. 403- 
410; The Battle of Gettysburg, by Harold P. Goodnow, pp. 411-432; Historical 
testimony, by Dr. James Schouler, pp. 433-442 ; A Plea for the Study of History 
of Northern Europe, by Prof. A. C, Coolidge, pp. 443-451 ; The French Revo- 



14 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

lution as Seen by the Americans of the Eighteenth Century, by Prof. C. D. Hazen, 
pp. 453-466 ; Napoleon s Concordat with Pope Pius VII, 1801, by Prof. Charles 
L. Wells, pp. 467-485 ; The German Imperial Court, by O. G. Villard, pp. 487-497 ; 
Dismemberment of the Turkish Empire : An Historical Sketch, by Prof. E. K. 
Alden, pp. 499-511 ; Colonies of North America and the Genesis of the Com 
monwealths of the United States, by Dr. J. M. Toner, pp. 513-614 ; Classifica 
tion of Colonial Governments, by Prof. H. L. Osgood, pp. 615627 ; Slavery in 

t the Province of South Carolina (1670-1770), by Edward McCrady, pp. 629-673; 

Bibliography of Historical Societies, by A. P. C. Griffin, pp. 675-1236. (12 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1896. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1897. 
8vo. 2 vols., pp. 1313, 442. 

. CONTENTS. 

Volume /. 

Report of Proceedings of Twelfth Annual Meeting in New York, December 29- 
31, 1896, by Herbert B. Adams, Secretary, pp. 11-25; Report of the Treasurer; 
List of Committees ; Necrology, pp. 27-34 ; Inaugural Address, by Dr. Richard S. 
Storrs, President of the Association, on Contributions made to our National 
Development by plain men, pp. 35-63 ; Leopold von Ranke, by E. G. Bourne, 
pp. 65-81 ; The Journal and Papers of the Continental Congress, by Herbert 
Friedenwald, pp. 83-135 ; The Antirent episode in the State of New York, by 
David Murray, pp. 137-173 ; A Know-Nothing Legislature, by G. H. Haynes, pp. 
175-187 ; Peale s Original Whole-length Portrait of Washington : A Plea for 
Exactness in Historical Writings, by Charles Henry Hart, pp. 189-200; Political 
Science and History, by J. W. Burgess, pp. 201-219; The. Use of History made 
by the Kramers of the Constitution, by E. G. Bourne, pp. 221-230 ; Schemes for 
Episcopal Control in the Colonies, by Arthur Lyon Cross, pp. 231-241 ; The 
Teaching of History, by Herbert B. Adams, pp. 243-263; The Teaching of 
European History in the College, by James Harvey Robinson, pp. 265-278 ; The 
West as a Field for Historical Study, by Frederick J. Turner, pp. 279-319; A 
Plea for the Study of Votes in Congress, by Orin Grant Libby, pp. 321-334 ; The 
Northern Lake Frontier during the Civil War, by J. M. Callahan, pp. 335-359 ; 
Langdon Cheves and the United States Bank, by Louisa P. Haskell, pp. 361-371 ; 
The Influence of the American Revolution on England s Government of her Colo 
nies, by George B. Adams, pp. 373-390 ; The Government of Federal Territories 
in Europe, by Edmund C. Burnett, pp. 391-454 ; The Value of Maps in Boundary 
Disputes, by P. Lee Phillips, pp. 455-462 ; Report of the Historical Manuscripts 
Commission of the American Historical Association, by J. Franklin Jameson, 
Douglas Brymner, Talcott Williams, Frederick J. Turner, and William P. Trent, 
pp. 4G3-1107; List of printed guides to, and Descriptions of, Archives and other 
Repositories of Historical Manuscripts, pp. 481-512 ; Letters of Phineas Bond 
to the Foreign Office of Great Britain, 1787, 1788, 1789, pp. 513-659 ; Inter 
cepted Letters to the Duke de Mirepoix, 1756, pp. 660-703 ; Letters of Stephen 
Higginson, 1783-1804, pp. 704-841 ; Diary of Edward Hooker, with biography, 
by J. Frank Jameson, pp. 842-929 ; Correspondence of Clark and Genet : Selec 
tions from Draper Collection in Possession of the State Historical Society of 
Wisconsin, to elucidate the proposed French Expedition under George Rogers 
Clark against Louisiana in the years 1793-94, pp. 930-1107 ; Public Documents 
of Early Congresses, by Gen. A. W. Greely, pp. 1109-1248; List of books relat 
ing to America in the Register of the London Company of Stationers from 1562 
to 1638, by P. Lee Phillips, pp. 1249-1261; A Contribution toward a Bibliog 
raphy of Leopold von Ranke, by William Price, pp. 1263-1274. (13 

Volume II. 

Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of the United States during the 
First Century of its History, by Herman V. Ames. (Chap. I. A General Sur 
vey of the Attempts to Secure Amendments ; Chap. II. Amendments Affecting 
the form of Government Legislative; Chap. III. Amendments Affecting the 
Form of Government Executive ; Chap. IV. Amendments Affecting the Form of 
the Judiciary Department ; Chap. V. Amendments Affecting the Powers of the 
Government; Chap. VI. Procedure as to Constitutional Amendments.) pp. 
442. 



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^ 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1807. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1898. 
8vo, pp. ix, 1272. 

CONTENTS. 

Report of Proceedings of Thirteenth Annual Meeting at Cleveland, Ohio, 
December 28-30, 1897, by Herbert B. Adams, Secretary, pp. 1-11 ; Report of the 
Treasurer, List of Committees and Officers, pp. 13-17 ; 1 resident s Address, A 
new Federal Convention, by James Schouler, pp. 19-34 ; John Cabot and the 
Study of Sources, by George Parker Winship, pp. 35-41 ; To What Extent May 
Undergraduate Students of History be Trained in the Use of the Sources? by 
James A. Woodburn, pp. 43-49 ; The Functions of the State and Local Historical 
Societies with Respect to Research and Publication, by J. F. Jameson, pp. 51-59 ; 
State-Supported Historical Societies and their Functions, by Reuben Gold 
Thwaites, pp. 61-71 ; History in the German Gymnasia, by Lucy M. Salmon, 
pp. 73-89 ; Discussion of the Relation of the Teaching of Economic History to 
the Teaching of Political Economy, by Henry B. Gardner, George W. Knight, and 
"Henry R. Seager, pp. 91-98; Introduction to Southern Economic History The 
Land System by James Curtis Ballagh, pp. 99-129 ; Mirabeau and Calonne in 
1785, by Fred Morrow Fling, pp. 131-147 : Some of the Consequences of the 
Louisiana Purchase, by Samuel M. Davis, pp. 149-160; National Politics and 
the Admission of Iowa into the Union, by James A. James, pp. 161-173 ; Spanish 
Policy in Mississippi after the Treaty of San Lorenzo, by Franklin L. Riley, pp. 
175-192 ; Cuba and Anglo-American Relations, by J. M. Callahan, pp. 193-215 ; 
The Diplomacy of the United States in Regard to Cuba, by John H. Latane, pp. 
217-277 ; The Protestant Revolution in Maryland, by Bernard C. Steiner, pp. 
279-353 ; European Blue Laws, by J. M. Vincent, pp. 355-372 ; The Founding of 
the German Reformed Church in America by the Dutch, by James I. Good, pp. 373- 
384 ; First Suggestions of a National Observatory, hy James C. Courtenay and 
William A. Courtenay, pp. 385-396; Second Annual Report of the Historical 
Manuscripts Commission, by J. Franklin Jameson, Talcott Williams. William 
P. Trent, Frederick J. Turner, and James Bain, jr., pp. 397-679 ; Colonial 
Assemblies and their Legislative Journals, by J. Franklin Jameson, pp. 403-453 ; 
Letters of Phineas Bond. British Consul at Philadelphia, to the Foreign Office 
of Great Britain, 1790-1794, pp. 454-568; The Mangourit Correspondence in 
Respect to Genet s projected Attack upon the Floridas, 1793-94, by Frederick J. 
Turner, pp. 569679 ; Guiana and Venezuela Cartography, by P. Lee Phillips, pp. 
681-776 ; Bibliography of Alabama, by Thomas M. Owen, pp. 777-1248 ; Index, 
1249-1272. (15 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1898. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1899. 
8vo, pp. ix, 745. 

CONTENTS. 

Report of Proceedings of Fourteenth Annual Meeting in New Haven. Conn., 
December 28-30, 1898, by Herbert B. Adams, pp. 1-8 ; Report of the Treasurer ; 
List of Committees and Officers, pp. 9-12 ; Inaugural Address of Prof. G. P. 
Fisher, on the Function of the Historian as a Judge of Historic Persons, pp. 13- 
33 ; The Historical Manuscripts in the Library of Congress, by Herbert Frieden- 
wald, pp. 35-45; American Colonial History (1690-1750), by C. M. Andrews, pp. 
47-60 ; Study of American Colonial History, by II. L. Osgood, pp. 61-76 ; A Forgot 
ten Danger to the New England Colonies (Cromwell s plans, etc.), by Frank Strong, 
pp. 77-95; An Examination of Peters s "Blue Laws," by W. F. Price, pp. 97-138 ; 
The Connecticut Gore Land Company, by Albert C. Bates, pp. 139-162 ; The Society 
of Separatists in Zoar, Ohio, by George B. Landis, pp. 163-220 ; Southern Eco 
nomic History Tariff and Public Lands by J. C. Ballagh, pp. 221-263 ; Diplo 
matic Relations of the Confederate States with England (1861-1865), by J. M. 
Callahan, pp. 265-283 ; American Diplomacy, by Edwin A. Grosvenor, pp. 285- 
300; Lessons from the Recent History of European Dependencies, by Henry E. 
Bourne, pp. 301-312 ; The Constitutional Questions Incident to the Acquisition 
and Government by the United States of Island Territories, by Simeon E. Bald 
win, pp. 313-343 ; Germans in America, by Ernest Bruncken, pp. 345-353 ; The 
Real Origin of the Swiss Republic, by William I). McCracken, pp. 355-362 
Erasmus, the Prince of the Humanists, by George Norcross, pp. 363-380; The 



16 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

V / 

Cambridge School of History, by Mary R. W. Stubbert, pp. 381-411 ; Municipal 
Government in the Twelfth Century, by J. M. Vincent, pp. 413-425 ; The Study 
of History in Schools, Report of the Committee of Seven to the American His 
torical Association, pp. 427-504 ; Third Annual Report of the Historical Manu 
scripts Commission, by J. Franklin Jameson, W. P. Trent, Frederick J. Turner, 
and James Bain, jr., pp. 565-708 ; Items respecting Historical Manuscripts, pp. 
573-590 ; Calendar of the Letters of John C. Calhoun heretofore printed, by 
J. Franklin Jameson, pp. 591-610 ; Guide to the Items Relating to American 
History in the Reports of the English Historical Manuscripts Commission and 
their Appendixes, by J. Franklin Jameson, pp. 611-708; Bibliography of Annual 
Reports of the American Historical Association, pp. 709-714 ; Index, 715- 
745. (10 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1899. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1900. 

8vo, 2 vols., pp. 871, 1218. 

Transmitted by the Assistant Secretary of the Association to the Secretary of 
the Smithsonian Institution and submitted to Congress in accordance .with the 
Act of Incorporation of the Association. 

CONTENTS. 

Volume I. 

Report of Proceedings of Fifteenth Annual Meeting at Boston and Cambridge, 
December 27-29, 1899, by A. Howard Clark, Assistant Secretary, pp. 1-42 ; 
Inaugural Address of President James Ford Rhodes, on History, pp. 43-63; 
Removal of Officials by the Presidents of the United States, by Carl Russell 
Fish, pp. 65-85 ; Legal Qualifications for Office in America, 1619-1899, by 
Frank Ilayden Miller, pp. 87-153; The Proposed Absorption of Mexico in 
1847-48, by Edward G. Bourne, pp. 155-169 ; The Problem of Chinese Immigra 
tion in Farther Asia, by Frederick Wells Williams, pp. 171-204 ; The Droit de 
Banalite during the French Regime in Canada, by W. Bennett Munro, pp. 
205-228 ; The Restoration of the Proprietary of Maryland and the Legislation 
against the Roman Catholics during the Governorship of Capt. John Hart (1714- 
1720), by Bernard C. Steiner, pp. 229-307; The First Criminal Code of Virginia, 
by Walter F. Prince, pp. 309-363 ; A Critical Examination of Gordon s History 
of the American Revolution, by Orin Grant Libby, pp. 365-388; A Recent 
Service of Church History to the Church, by William Given Andrews, pp. 389- 
427 ; The Origin of the Local Interdict, by Arthur Charles Rowland, pp. 429- 
448 ; The Poor Priests : A Study in the Rise of English Lollardry, by Henry 
Lewin Cannon, pp. 449-482; The Roman City of Langres (France) in the Early 
Middle Ages, by Earle Wilbur Dow, pp. 483-511; Robert Fruin, 1823-1899, by 
Ruth Putnam, pp. 513-526 ; Sacred and Profane History, by James Harvey Rob 
inson, pp. 527-535 ; Should Recent European History have a place in the Col 
lege Curriculum? By Charles M. Andrews, pp. 537-548; The Colonial Problem, 
by Henry E. Bourne, pp. 549-558 ; A Bibliography of the Study and Teaching of 
History, by James Ingersoll Wyer. pp. 559-612; Titles of books on English His 
tory published in 1897 and 1898, selected and annotated by W. Dawson John 
ston, pp. 613-632 ; A Bibliography of Mississippi, by Thomas McAdory Owen, 
pp. 633-828 ; Bibliography of the American Historical Association, 1885 to 1900, 
pp. 829-844; Index, pp. 845 r 871. (17 

Volume II. 

Fourth Annual Report of Historical Manuscripts Commission Correspondence 
of John C. Calhoun, edited by J. Franklin Jameson. Contents : Preface, pp. 
11-19 ; Chronology of John C. Calhoun, pp. 21-24 ; Calendar of letters hereto 
fore printed, pp. 25-46 : List of letters now printed, pp. 47-64 ; Account of 
Calhoun s early life, by Col. W. Pinkney Starke, pp. 65-89 ; Part I, Letters of 
Calhoun, pp. 91-787 ; Part II, Letters to Calhoun, pp. 789-1212 ; Index, pp 
1213-1218. (1S 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1900. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1901. 

8vo. 2 vols., pp. xv, 652, 303. (19 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 17 



CONTENTS. 

Volume I. 

Report of Proceedings of Sixteenth Annual Meeting at Detroit and Ann 
Arbor, Mich., Dec. 27-29, 1900, by A. Howard Clark, Secretary, pp 1-33- The 
New History, Inaugural Address, by Edward Eggleston, President pp 35-47- 
-Concerning the Writing of History, by James Ford Rhodes, pp. 49-65- Fron 
tier Land Clubs, or Claim Associations, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh, pp 67-84 
Missouri Party Struggles in the Civil-War Period, by S. B. Hardin- pp 85-103 
Lord Baltimore s Struggle with the Jesuits, 1634-1649, by Alfred Pearce Den 
nis, pp. 105-125; American Ecclesiology, by George James Bayles, pp 127-138- 
Studies in the Colonial Period of England, 1672-1680: The Plantations the 
Royal African Company, and the Slave Trade, by Edward D. Collins, pp 139- 
192 ; Plea for Military History, by Charles Francis Adams, pp. 193-218 ; 
Marcus Whitman: A Discussion of Professor Bourne s Paper, by William I*. 
Marshall, pp. 219-236; Sectionalism and Representation in South Carolina A 
Sociological Study, by William A. Schaper, pp. 237-463; Military Government 
of Southern Territory, 1861-1365, by A. H. Carpenter, pp. 465-498; Critical 
work on the Latin Sources of the First Crusade, by Oliver J. Thatcher pp 
499-509 ; The Turkish Capitulation, by James B. Angell, pp. 511-519 ; Stein s 
German Policy at the Congress of Vienna, by Ulysses G. Weatherly, pp. 521- 
534 ; The Considerations which induced Edward III to Assume the Title King of 
France, by Walter Irenaeus Lowe, pp. 535-583; Fifth Annual Report of "the 
Historical Manuscripts Comission of the American Historical Association, 
with Appendixes on Additional Items Respecting Historical Manuscripts and 
Calendar of Admiral Berkeley s North American Papers, pp. 585-623 ; Calendar 
of Admiral Berkeley s North American Papers, by James Bain, jr., pp. 608-623 ; 
Titles of Books on English History, published in 1899, selected by W. Dawson 
Johnston, pp, 625-639; Index, 641-652. (2o 

Volume II. 

First Report of the Public Archives Commission, by William MacDonald, 
James Harvey Robinson, Howard W. Caldwell, and Lester G. Bugbee, pp. 1-303, 
with following appendixes : 

The Public Archives of Connecticut, by Albert C. Bates, pp. 26-36 ; The 
Public Archives of Indiana, by James A. Woodburn, pp. 37-38; The Public 
Archives of Iowa, by B. F. Shambaugh, pp. 39-46; The Public Archives of 
Massachusetts, by Andrew McFarland Davis, pp. 47-59 ; The Public Archives 
of Michigan, by Harlow S. Person, pp. 60-63 ; The Public Archives of Nebraska, 
by H. W. Caldwell, pp. 64-66; The Public Archives of New York, by H. L. Os- 
good, pp. 67-250; The Public Archives of North Carolina, by J. S. Bassett, pp. 
251-266 ; The Public Archives of Pennsylvania, by Herman V. Ames and Lewis 
S. Shimmell, pp. 267-293 ; The Public Archives of Wisconsin, by Orin G. Libby, 
pp. 294-297. (Index.) (21 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1901. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1902. 
8vo, 2 vols., pp. 583, 360. 

CONTENTS. 

Volume I. 

Report of Proceedings of Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the American His 
torical Association, Washington, D. C., December 27-31, 1901, by Charles H. 
Haskins, Corresponding Secretary, pp. 17-45, Treasurer s Report, p. 33 ; An 
Undeveloped Function, President s Address, by Charles Francis Adams, pp. 
47-93 ; The Massachusetts Public Record Commission and its Work, by Robert T. 
Swan, pp. 95-112 ; The Relation of the National Library to Historical Research 
in the United States, by Herbert Putnam, pp. 113-129; The Sandemanians of 
New England, by Williston Walker, pp. 131-162 ; James Madison and Religious 
Liberty, by Gaillard Hunt, pp. 163-171 ; The Chronology of the Erasmus Let 
ters, by Ephraim Emerton, pp. 173-186; Moses Coit Tyler, A Memorial Address, 
by George L. Burr, pp. 187-195 ; Herbert B. Adams, A Memorial Address, 
by John Martin Vincent, pp. 197-210; Maryland s First Courts, by Bernard 

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C. Steiner, pp. 211-229; Southwestern History in the Southwest, hy George 
P. Garrison, pp. 231-242 ; Committees of Correspondence of the American 
Revolution, by Edward D. Collins, pp. 243-271 ; Jay s Treaty and the Slavery 
Interests of the United States, by Frederick Austin Ogg, pp. 273-298 ; The 
Legislative History of Naturalization in the United States, 3776-1795, by F. G. 
Franklin, pp. 299-317 ; The Influence of Party upon Legislation in England 
and America, by A. Lawrence Lowell, pp. 319542, with Plates I IV ; Lon 
don Company Records, by Lyon G. Tyler, pp. 543-550 ; The Relation between 
the Virginia Planter and the London Merchant, by John Spencer Bassett, 
pp. 551-575 ; Index, pp. 577-583. (22 

Volume II. 

Georgia and State Rights, a study of the political history of Georgia from 
the Revolution to the Civil War, with particular regard to Federal relations, 
by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips (Justin Winsor Prize Essay), pp. 3-224, with plates 
i-xn ; Report of the Public Archives Commission, by William MacDonald, 
John Martia Vincent, and Howard W. Caldwell, pp. 225-360, includes following 
appendixes : The Public Archives of the City and County of Philadelphia, by 
Herman V. Ames and Albert E. McKinley, pp. 231-344 ; The Public Archives 
of North Carolina, by John S. Bassett, pp. 345-352; The Public Archives of 
Texas, by Eugene C. Barker, pp. 353-358. (23 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1902. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1903. 
8vo, 2 vols. pp. 648, 527. 

Volume I. 

Contents: Report of Proceedings of Eighteenth Annual Meeting at Philadel 
phia, December 26-30, 1902, by Charles II. Haskins, corresponding secretary, 
pp. 17-45 ; Subordination in historical treatment, by Alfred Thayer Mahan, pp. 
47-63 ; The Antecedents of the Declaration of Independence, by James Sullivan, 
with discussion by William A. Dunning, pp. 65-85 ; Studies in the History of the 
Federal Convention of 1787, by John Franklin Jameson, pp. 87-167 ; A Neglect 
ed Point of View in American Colonial History : The Colonies as Dependencies 
of Great Britain, by William MacDonald, pp. 169-178 ; The French Parliaments, 
by James Breck Perkins, pp. 179-190; The Art of Weaving: A Handmaid of 
Civilization, by William B. Weeden, pp. 191-210; Municipal Problems in Medi 
aeval Switzerland, by John Martin Vincent, pp. 211-221 ; Party Politics in 
Indiana during the Civil War, by James Albert Woodburn, pp. 223-251 ; Amer 
ican Business Corporations before 1789, by Simeon E. Baldwin, pp. 253-274 ; 
The National Canal Policy, by Lindley M. Keasbey, pp. 275-288; The Neutral 
ization Features of the Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, by John H. Latane, pp. 289-303 ; 
Suez and Panama, A parallel, by Theodore S. Woolsey, pp. 305-311 ; Reasons for 
the Withdrawal of the French from Mexico, by Clyde Augustus Duniway, pp. 
313-328; Report of the Public Archives Commission, by William MacDonald, 
Herbert L. Osgood, John Martin Vincent, Charles M. Andrews, Edwin Erie 
Sparks, pp. 329-363, including following appendixes; The Archives of Oregon, 
by F. G. Young, pp. 337-355 ; Report on the Bexar Archives, by Eugene C. 
Barker, pp. 357-363; The Anti-Masonic Party, by Charles McCarthy, pp. 365- 
574 ; List of Publications of American Historical Association, with index of 
titles, by A. Howard Clark, pp. 575-639 ; General Index, pp. 641-648. (24 

Volume II. 

Sixth Report of Historical Manuscripts Commission, by Edward G. Bourne, 
Frederick W. Moore, Theodore C. Smith, Reuben G. Thwaites, George P. Garri 
son, Worthington C. Ford. With diary and correspondence of Salmon P. Chase, 
as follows: Calendar of Chase letters heretofore printed and list of letters now 
printed ; diary of S. P. Chase, July 21 to October 12, 1862 ; selected letters of 
Chase, 1846-1861 ; letters from George S. Denison to Chase, 1862-1865 ; mis 
cellaneous letters to Chase, 1842-1870. pp. 1-527. (25 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual Report for the year 1903. In two 
volumes : Washington, Government Printing Office, 1904. 
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Volume I. 

Contents : Report of Proceedings of nineteenth annual meeting in New Orleans, 
La., December 29-31, 1903, by Charles H. Haskins, pp. 7-52 ; Ethical values in 
history, by Henry Charles Lea, pp. 53-70 ; Compromises of the Constitution, by 
Max Farrand, pp. 71-84 ; The world aspects of the Louisiana Purchase, by Wil 
liam M. Sloane, pp. 85-104 ; The story of Lewis and Clark s journals, by Reuben 
Gold Thwaites, pp. 105-130 ; The Aaron Burr conspiracy and New Orleans, by 
Walter Flavins McCaleb, pp. 131-144 ; The Spanish archives and their impor 
tance for the history of the United States, by William R. Shepherd, pp. 145-184 ; 
The American colonial charter, A study of English administration in relation 
thereto, chiefly after 1688, by Louise Phelps Kellogg, pp. 185-342 ; Public docu 
ments of the first fourteen congresses, 1789-1817, by A. W. Greely, pp. 343-406; 
Report of the Public Archives Commission, December 31, 1903, with reports on 
archives in Colorado, by Frederic L. Paxson ; Georgia, by Ulrich Bonnell Phil 
lips ; Mississippi, by Franklin L. Riley ; New Jersey, by William Nelson ; Rhode 
Island, by Clarence S. Brigham, and Virginia, by William G. Stanard, pp. 407- 
664 ; Index, pp. 665-075. (2G 

Volume II. 

Seventh report of the Historical Manuscripts Commission. Correspondence 
of the French Ministers to the United States, 1791-1797, edited by F. J. Turner. 

Contents : Calendar of the correspondence of Ternant, Genet, Fauchet, Adet, 
and Le"tombe ; Correspondence of Ternant ; Correspondence of Genet ; Correspond 
ence of Fauchet and the Commissioners ; Correspondence of Adet ; Correspondence 
of Letombe ; Index. (27 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual report for the year 1904. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1905. 
8vo, pp. 708. 

Contents : Report of the proceedings of the twentieth annual meeting, in Chi 
cago, 111., December 28-30, 1904, by Charles II. Ilaskins, pp. 17-64 ; The treat 
ment of history, by Goldwin Smith, pp. 65-78 : On Roman history, by Ettore 
Pais, pp. 79-88 ; On the necessity in America of the study of the early history 
of modern European nations, by Friedrich Keutgen, pp. 89-108 ; The chief cur 
rents of Russian historical thought, by Paul Milyoukov, pp. 109-114 ; The work 
of American historical societies, by Henry E. Bourne, pp. 115-127; Public rec 
ords in our dependencies, by Worthington Chauncey Ford, pp. 129-148; The ex 
ploration of the Louisiana frontier, 1803-1806, by Isaac Joslin Cox, pp. 149- 
174 ; The campaign of 1824 in New York, by C. H. Rammelkamp, pp. 175-202 ; 
Report of the conference on the teaching of history in elementary schools, by 
J. A. James, pp. 203-218 ; First report of the conference of state and local his 
torical societies, by Frederick Wightman Moore, pp. 219-234 ; State depart 
ments of archives and history, by Thomas McAdory Owen, pp. 235-258 ; Report 
of the proceedings of the first annual meeting of the Pacific coast branch of the 
American Historical Association, by Max Farrand, pp. 259-266 ; Bibliographical 
notes on early California, by Robert Ernest Cowan, pp. 267-278 ; The Nootka 
Sound controversy, by William Ray Manning, pp. 279-478 ; Report of the Pub 
lic Archives Commission, Dec. 30, 1904, pp. 479-649 ; Alabama archives, by 
Thomas McAdory Owen ; Georgia local archives, by Ulrich B. Phillips ; Public 
archives of Kansas, by Prof. Carl Becker; North Carolina county archives Part 
I, by Prof. John Spencer Bassett ; Part II, by Prof. Charles Lee Raper and J. II. 
Vaughan ; Public archives of Pennsylvania compiled by Prof. Herman V. Ames, 
with the assistance of Luther R. Kelker ; Report on the collections of material 
in English and European history and subsidiary fields in the libraries of the 
United States, by Wilbur H. Siebert, pp. 651-696; Index, pp. 697-708. (28 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of the Historical Manuscripts Com 
mission of the Association. December 30, 1896. By J. Franklin Jameson, 
Talcott Williams, Frederic J. Turner, and William P. Trent. From the 
Annual Report of the Association for 189<>, Vol. 1, pages 4(53-1107. Wash 
ington : Government Printing Office, 1897. 
8 vo. pp. 463-1107. 

Contents : List of printed guides to, and descriptions of, archives and other 
repositories of historical manuscripts; Letters of Phineas Bond to the Foreign 



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Office of Great Britain, 1787, 1788, 1789. Intercepted letters to the Duke 
de Mirepoix, 1756 ; Letters of Stephen Higginson, 1783-1804 ; Diary of Edward 
Hooker, 1805-1808 ; Clark-Genet Correspondence. (29 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Second annual report of the Historical 
Manuscripts Commission of the Association. December 30, 1897. 1. Colo 
nial Assemblies and their legislative journals. 2. Letters of Phineas Bond. 
3. Mangourit correspondence. By J. Franklin Jameson, chairman. Tal- 
cott Williams, William P. Trent, Frederick J. Turner, James Bain, jr. From 
the Annual Report of the Association for 1897, pages 397-679. Washington : 
Government Printing Office, 1898. 

8vo. pp. 397-679. (3O 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Third annual report of the Historical 
Manuscripts Commission. Appendixes : Items respecting historical manu 
scripts. Calendar of letters of John C. Calhoun. American history items 
in Reports of English Manuscripts Commission. J. Franklin Jameson, 
chairman. William P. Trent, Frederick J. Turner, James Bain, jr. From 
the Annual Report of the Association for 1898, pages 565-713. Washing 
ton : Government Printing Office, 1899. 

8vo. pp. 565*-713. (31 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Fourth annual report of the Historical 
Manuscripts Commission of the Association. December 27, 1899. Corre 
spondence of John C. Calhoun. Edited by J. Franklin Jameson. From the 
Annual Report of the Association for 1899, Vol. n. Washington: Govern 
ment printing office. 1900. 

8vo. pp. 1-1218. (32 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Fifth annual report of the Historical 
Manuscripts Commission. Appendixes : Additional items respecting histor 
ical manuscripts. Calendar of Admiral Berkeley s North American papers. 
By Reuben G. Thwaites, chairman ; James Bain, Herbert Friedenwald, Fred 
erick W. Moore. From the Annual Report of the Association for 1900. 
Vol. i, pages 585-623. Washington : Government printing office. 1901. 

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AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Reviews Vol. i, 
October, 1895, to July, 1896. 

8vo, pp. iv, 811. 

Contents : History and democracy, by William M. Sloane ; The party of the 
Loyalists in the American Revolution, by Moses Coit Tyler ; The first Castilian 
Inquisitor, by Henry C. Lea ; Count Edward de Crillon, by Henry Adams ; 
Western State-making in the Revolutionary era (with map), by Frederick ,T. 
Turner ; Documents : Letters of Col. William Byrd, 1736, 1739 ; I|J*rcepted let 
ters of Col. G. R. Clark, 1778, 1779 ; Georgia and the Confederacy, 1865 ; Re 
views of books ; Notes and news. Ferrand Martinez and the Massacres of 
1391, by Henry C. Lea; Radisson and Groseilliers, by Henry C. Campbell; The 
Whigs of Colonial New York, by Charles II. Levermore ; Office-seeking during 
Washington s administration, by Gaillard Hunt ; " The people the best gov 
ernors," by Harry A. Gushing ; Documents : Diary of Richard Smith, 1775-1776 ; 
The first colonial bishopric, 1786; Lincoln s nomination to Congress, 1846; Let 
ter of John C. Calhoun, 1847. The Battle of Bunker Hill, by Charles Francis 
Adams ; The Bohun wills, by Melville M. Bigelow ; Virginia and the Quebec Bill, 
by Justin Winsor ; The case of Josiah Philips, by William P. Trent; Light on 
the Underground Railroad (with map), by Wilbur H. Siebert ; The first six 
weeks of McClellan s Peninsular Campaign, by James Ford Rhodes ; Recent 
memoirs of the French Directory, by H. Morse Stephens ; Documents : A Mem 
orial of Lord Burghley, 1588; Diary of Richard Smith, 11. 1776. Hotman and 
the " Franco-Gallia," by Henry M. Baird ; The Bohun wills, n, by Melville M. 
Bigelow ; The Battle of Long Island, by Charles Francis Adams ; President 

a Published by the Macmillan Co., New York. The editors elected by the Executive 
Council of the American Historical Association. 



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Witherspoon in the American Revolution, by Moses Coit Tyler ; The First 
National Nominating Convention, by John S. Murdock ; Documents : Draft of an 
Address of the Continental Congress to the People of the United States, 177*5; 
The Surrender of Fort Charlotte, Mobile, 1780 ; Letter of John Page to Madison, 
1801. Bibliographical : Proceedings, etc., of Early Party Conventions. Index. 

(84 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. 
n, October, 1896, to July, 1897. New York, 1897. 

8vo, pp. iv, 814. 

Contents : The Colonel and his command, by Julian Corbett ; British convicts 
shipped by American Colonies, by James D. Butler ; A Plea for the Study uf 
the History of Northern Europe, by Archibald C. Coolidge ; The Vatican Ar 
chives, by Charles H. Haskins ; Rev. Thomas Bray and his American Libraries, 
by Bernard C. Steiner ; The Partition of Poland, by James B. Perkins ; Docu 
ments : Lord Burghley on the Spanish Invasion, 1588 ; McKean to Washington, 
1789 ; A Committee of the Massachusetts Legislature on Additional Amendments 
to the Federal Constitution, 1790. Reviews of Books ; Bibliographical : Town 
records of Great Britain. Notes and news ; Boon services on the estate of 
Ramsey Abbey, by N. Neilson ; The Cahiers of 1789 as an evidence of a 
compromise spirit, by C. H. Lincoln ; The case of Frost vs. Leighton, by Andrew 
McF. Davis ; Office-seeking during the administration of John Adams, by Gail- 
lard Hunt ; Nominating conventions in Pennsylvania, by Joseph S. Walton, 
Representation in the National Congress from the seceding States, 1861-65, 
by Frederick W. Moore ; Documents : Letters of John Marshall when envoy 
to France, 1797, 1798 ; Letters of Richard Cobden to Charles Sumner, 1862- 
1865. Political science and history, by John W. Burgess ; Marsiglio of Padua 
and William of Ockam, by James Sullivan ; Diplomatic missions to the court 
of China : The Kotow question, by William W. Rockhill ; The authorship of 
the Federalist, by Edward G. Bourne ; Documents : Emigration from York- ^ 
shire to West Jersey, 1677 ; Carondelet on the defense of Louisiana, 1794. Lu- 
cero, the Inquisitor, by Henry C. Lea ; The proprietary province as a form of 
colonial government, by Herbert L. Osgood ; Evolution of the American voter, 
by James Schouler ; The authorship of the Federalist, by Paul L. Ford and 
Edward G. Bourne ; Documents : The first charter to St. Edmund s Bury ; The 
Clarksville Conventions 1785, 1787 ; The Shays Rebellion, 1787 : West Florida - 
and its attempt on Mobile, 1810, 1811. Bibliographical: A list of civil lists, for 
American history ; The transliteration of Russian names. Index. (35 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol in, 
October, 1897, to July, 1898. New York, 1898. 

8vo, pp. iv, 804. 

Contents: The Prussian Campaign of 1758, i, by Herbert L. Tuttle ; Mira- 
beau, a Victim of the Lettres de Cachet, by Fred. M. Fling; The Proprietary 
Province as a form of Colonial Government, ir, by Herbert L. Osgood; The 
development of the love of romantic scenery in America, by Mary E. ^Vooley," 
The causes of Know-nothing success in Massachusetts, by George H. Ilaynes 
Documents : Ferdinand of Aragon to Diego Columbus, 1510 ; Letters of Christopher 
Gadsden, 1778 ; Correspondence of Eli Whitney relative to the invention of the 
cotton gin. Reviews of books ; Bibliographical : A list of printed commissions 
and instructions to Colonial Governors. Notes and news; Justin Winsor. 
Edward Channing ; The life of Mediaeval students as illustrated by their letters, 
by Charles H. Haskins; The Prussian Campaign of 1758, n, by Herbert I. 
tie ; The Proprietary Province as a Form of Colonial Government in, by Herbert 
L. Osgood; The taxation of Tea, 1767-1773, by Max Farrand ; Office-seeking 
during Jefferson s Administration, by Gaillard Hunt; Tammany Hall and the 
Dorr Rebellion, by Arthur M. Mowry ; Documents : Orders of Mercer. Sullivan, 
and Stirling, 1776; Notes of Maj. William Pierce on the Federal Convention 
of 1787. The Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association ; Oppor 
tunities for American students of history at Paris, by Charles II. Hask 
.Features of the New History Apropos of Lamprecht s "Deutsche Geschichte, 
by Earle W. Dow ; Did Cabot return from his second voyage? by Henry HarrU 
The early history of the ballot in England, by Charles Gross ; The present statin 
of the Konigsmark Question, by Ernest F. Henderson; The early P oM1 
uses of the word Convention, by J. Franklin Jameson; Documents 
of Jefferson on the Political Parties, 1798; Documents on the Relations 
France to Louisiana, 1792-1795. The Spanish dollar and the Colonial shilling, 



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by William G. Sumner ; The execution of the Due d Enghien, by Sidney B. 
Fay ; The Delaware Bill of Rights of 1776, by Max Farrand ; The origin of .-> 
Genet s projected attack on Louisiana and the Floridas, by Frederick J. Turner ; 
Documents ; Jefferson to George Rogers Clark, 1783 ; Diary and letters of 
Henry Ingersoll, prisoner at Carthagena, 1806-1809. Index. (3O-37 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. iv. 
October, 1898, to July, 1899. New York, 1899. 
8vo. pp. iv, 813 

Contents : The historical opportunity in America, by Albert B. Hart ; The 
execution of the Due d Enghien, by Sidney B. Fay ; The outcome of the Cabot 
Quater-Centenary, by Henry Harrisse ; Spain and the United States in 1795, "^ 
by George L. Rives; The career of a Kansas politician [J. H. Lane], by Leverett 
W. Spring ; Documents : Thomas Shepard to Hugh Peter, 1645 ; The Illinois 
Indians to Capt. Abuer Prior, 1794 ; South Carolina in the Presidential elec 
tion of 1800 ; Note, Journal of Quebec, 1775. Reviews of books ; Notes and 
news ; The French Reformation and the French people in the sixteenth 
century, by Henri Hauser ; The causes of Cromwell s West Indian expedition, 
by Frank Strong ; The administrative history of the British dependencies in the 
Further East, by II. Morse Stephens ; The Connecticut loyalists, by George A. 
Gilbert ; The politics of John Adams, by Anson D. Morse ; The first Repub 
lican National Convention, by George W. Julian ; Documents : Santiago, and 
the Freeing of Spanish America, 1741; Letters to Caleb Strong, 1786, 1800; 
Letters to Secretary Chase from the South, 1861. The New Haven Meeting 
of the American Historical Association ; The Recantations of the Early Lol 
lards, by Edward I . Cheyney ; Napoleon s Plans for a Colonial System, by 
William M. Sloane ; Holmes -vs. Walton : A chapter in the history of judicial 
power and unconstitutional legislation, by Austin Scott ; The Search for the 
Venezuela-Guiana Boundary, by Geo. L. Burr ; Documents : The Siege of Charles 
ton ; Journal of Capt. Peter Russell, 1780. The County of Illinois, by Carl E. 
Boyd ; Hidalgo and Morelos, by Henry C. Lea ; John Bell of Tennessee, by 
Joshua W. Caldwell ; The Battle of Gettysburg, by James Ford Rhodes ; Docu 
ments : Attempts toward Colonization ; The Council for New England and the 
Merchant Venturers of Bristol, 1621-1623, by Miller Christy. Index. (38 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. 
v. October, 1899. to July, 1900. New York, 1900. 
8vo, pp. iv, 847. 

Contents : The ballot and other forms of voting in the Italian Communes, by 
Arthur M. Wolfson ; Maryland s Adoption of the Federal Constitution, by 
Bernard C. Steiner : Contemporary opinion of the Virginia and Kentucky 
Resolutions, by Frank M. Anderson ; The Unit Rule in National Nominating 
Conventions, by Carl Becker ; Documents : Accounts of Star Chamber Din 
ners, 1594 ; Letters of Bancroft and Buchanan on the Clayton-Bulwer Treaty, 
1849, 1850. Reviews of Books; Notes and News ; Some curious Colonial reme 
dies, by Edward Eggleston ; The rise and fall of the nominating caucus, legisla 
tive and Congressional, by M. Ostrogorski ; Documents : Cartwright and Melville 
at the University of Geneva, 1569-1574 ; Journal of Philip Fithian, kept at 
Nomini Hall, Virginia, 1773-1774. The Boston meeting of the American 
Historical Association ; The problem of the North, by Gaillard T. Lapsley ; Social 
compact and Constitutional construction, by Andrew C. McLaughlin ; The United 
States and Mexico, 1847-1848, by Edward G. Bourne ; The Chinese immigrant in 
Further Asia, by Frederick W. Williams ; Document : A memorandum of Moses 
Austin s journey, 1796-1797. The critical period of English constitutional his 
tory, by George B. Adams ; Chatham s Colonial policy, by Hubert Hall ; Territory 
and district The judiciary Act of 1801, by Max Farrand ; President Buchanan s 
proposed intervention in Mexico, by Howard L. Wilson ; Letters of Ebenezer 
Huntington, 1774-1781 ; Bibliographical : Minutes of Abolition Conventions 
1794-1829. Index. (39 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. VT. 
October, 1900, to July, 1901. New York, 1901. 
8vo, pp. iv, 915. 

Contents : The English and Dutch Towns of New Netherland, by Albert E. 
McKinley ; Some political aspects of Homestead Legislation, T)y John B. San- 
born ; The Buford Expedition to Kansas, by Walter L. Fleming ; The Guiana 



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Boundary, by George L. Burr ; Document : Diary of John narrower, 1773-1776. 
Reviews of Books ; Communications ; Notes and News ; The Sifted Grain and the 
Grain Sifters, by Charles Francis Adams ; Mirabeau s secret mission to Berlin, 
by R. M. Johnston ; The Turkish Capitulations, by James B. Angell ; Nominations 
in Colonial New York, by Carl Becker ; The Legend of Marcus Whitman, by Ed 
ward G. Bourne ; Documents : Diary of Samuel Cooper, 1775, 1776 ; Letter of 
John Quincy Adams, 1811. The meeting of the American Historical Association 
at Detroit and Ann Arbor ; The Year 1000 and the antecedents of the Crusades, 
by George L. Burr ; The political influence of the University of Paris in the Mid 
dle Ages, by Charles Gross ; The rise of Metropolitan Journalism, 1800-1840, by 
Charles II. Levermore ; Sherman s March to the Sea, by James Ford Rhodes; 
French experience with representative government in the West Indies, by Paul 
S. Reinsch ; Documents : The Society of Dissenters founded at New York in 
1769 ; Miranda and the British Admiralty, 1804-1806. The Republic of San 
Marino, by William Miller ; The risings in the English monastic towns in 1327, 
by Norman M. Trenholme ; The French Hayluyt : Marc Lescarbot of Vervins, by 
H. P. Biggar ; The transition from Dutch to English rule in New York, by Albert 
E. McKinley ; Documents : Letters of Dr. Thomas Cooper, 1825-1832 ; Letters 
on the Nullification movement in South Carolina, 1830-1834 ; A ministerial 
crisis in France, 1876. Bibliographical : A trial bibliography of American di 
plomacy, by Albert Bushnell Hart. Index. (4O 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol vii. 
October, 1901, to July, 1902. New York, 1902. 

8vo. pp. iv, 868. 

Contents : The Age of Homer, by Goldwin Smith ; Anglo-Saxon feudalism, 
by George Burton Adams ; The Jesuit relations, by Charles W. Colby ; Growth 
of Revolutionary parties and methods in New York Province, 17651774, by 
Carl Becker ; The Monroe Doctrine and the Doctrine of Permanent Interest, by 
Albert Bushnell Hart ; Documents : Letter?, on the Nullification movement in 
South Carolina, 1830-1834 ; Reviews of books ; Notes and news ; An undevel 
oped function, by Charles Francis Adams ; The credibility of early Roman 
history, by Samuel B. Platner ; Studies in the sources of the Social Revolt in 
1381, by George Kriehn ; A British privateer in the American Revolution (the 
Vengeance), by Henry R. Howland ; Papers of Sir Charles Vaughan ; The Meet 
ing of the American Historical Association at Washington ; Robert le Bougre and 
the beginnings of the Inquisition in Northern France, by Charles II. Haskius ; 
Who Burned Columbia? by James Ford Rhodes; The Commercial Privileges 
of the Treaty of 1803, by Max Farrand ; Documents : Papers of Sir Charles R. 
Vaughan, 1825-1835 ; European Archives, by George L. Burr ; The place of 
Nathaniel Macon in Southern history, by William E. Dodd ; John Quincy Adams 
and the Monroe Doctrine, I, by Worthington C. Ford ; Documents : A Letter 
of Alexander von Humboldt, 1845 ; English Policy toward America in 1790- 
1791. Index. (41 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. 
vin. October, 1902, to July, 1903. New York, 1903. 

8vo, pp. iv, 856. 

Contents: The financial relation of the Knights Templars to the English 
Crown, .by Eleanor Ferris ; Habeas Corpus in the Colonies, by A. H. Carpenter ; 
John Quincy Adams and the Monroe Doctrine, n, by Worthington C. Ford ; Lin 
coln and the patronage, by Carl R. Fish ; The authorship of the Journal d Adrien 
Duquesnoy, by Fred M. Fling ; Documents : English policy toward America in 
1790-1791 ; Two letters of Richard Cromwell, 1059 ; A letter of Marquis 
de La Fayette, 1781 ; A letter of Alexander II. Stephens, 1854. The study 
of the Lutheran Revolt, by James H. Robinson.; Geneva before Calvin (1387- 
1536) The antecedents of a Puritan state, by Herbert D. Foster; The con 
stitution and finance of the Royal African Company of England from its 
foundation till 1720, by W. R. Scott ; The plantation type of colony, by L. D. 
Scisco ; The State of Franklin, by George II. Alden ; An unpublished manu 
script on the rising of 1647-1648 in Naples, by Daniel C. Knowlton ; Docu 
ments : A letter of W T illiam Bradford and Isaac Allerton, ,1623 ; Letters of 
Samuel Cooper to Thomas Pownall, 1769-1777. The meeting of the American 
Historical Association at Philadelphia ; The origin of property in land, by 
Gaillard T. Lapsley ; American business corporations before 1789, by Simeon 
E. Baldwin ; American constitutional precedents in the French National 



24 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Assembly, by Henry E. Bourne ; Henry I s writ regarding tbe local courts, by 
George B. Adams ; Documents : George, Rogers Clark and the Kaskaskia Cam 
paign, 1777-1778 ; A letter from De Vergennes to La Fayette, 1780 ; Portions 
of Charles Pinckney s plan for a constitution, 1787 ; A letter of James Nichol 
son, 1803. The early Norman jury, by Charles II. llaskins ; Some French 
communes, in the light of their charters, by Earle W. Dow ; The youth of 
Mirabeau, by Fred M. Fling ; St. Eustatins in the American Revolution, by 
J. Franklin Jameson ; Documents : Correspondence of theV Comte de \Ioustier 
with the Comte de Montmorin, 1787-1789 ; Reviews of^-books ; Notes and 
News ; Index. (42 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. ix. 
October, 1903-July, 1904. New York, 1904. 

8vo, pp. iv, 909. 

Contents : Historical synthesis, by Fred Morrow Fling ; Two lives of the 
Emperor Charles V, by Ernest F. Henderson ; The failure of the Humble Peti 
tion and Advice, by Ralph C. II. Catterall ; Election of delegates from New York 
to the second Continental Conguess, by Carl Becker ; Documents : Correspond 
ence of the Comte de Moustier with the Comte de Montmorin, 17871789 ; 
A letter of Noah Webster to Daniel Webster, 1834 ; A journey from New York 
to San Francisco in 1850. Reviews of books ; Notes and news ; Ethical values 
in history, by Henry Charles Lea ; The Podesta of Siena, by Ferdinand Schwill ; 
The Merchant Adventurers at Hamburg, by William E. Lingelbach : Naturaliza 
tion in England and the American colonies, by A. H. Carpenter ; French influ 
ence on the adoption of the Federal Constitution ; Documents : Papers of 
William Patterson on the Federal Convention, 1787. The meeting of the 
American Historical Association at New Orleans ; Jean Ribaut and Queen 
Elizabeth, by Woodbury Lowery ; Frederick the Great and the American Revo 
lution, by Paul Leland Haworth ; Compromises of the Constitution, by Max 
Farrand ; Wilkinson and the beginning of the Spanish Conspiracy, by Wm. R. 
Shepherd ; The World Aspects of the Louisiana Purchase, by Wm. M. Sloane : 
Documents : The interment of William Lovelace, New York, 1671 ; A letter of 
Benjamin Franklin, 1775 ; William Jackson on conditions in France, 1794 ; A 
letter of James Wilkinson, 1806 ; A letter of Admiral Farragut, 1853. The 
rehabilitation of Theramenes, by Bernadotte Perrin ; Cornage and Drengage, by 
Gaillard Thomas Lapsley ; Reginald Pole and Thomas Cromwell : An examina 
tion of the Apologia ad Carolum Quintum, by Paul Van Dyke ; The naviga 
tion acts as applied to European trade, by Dudley Odjell McGovney ; Docu 
ments : Sketch of Pinckney s plan for a constitution, 1787 ; Papers bearing on 
James Wilkinson s relations with Spain, 1788-1789 ; Two letters from George 
Farragut to Andrew Jackson, 1815-1816 ; Index. (43 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. 
x. October, 1904, to July, 1905. New York, 1905. 

8vo, pp. iv, 992. 

Contents : The University of Paris in the sermons of the thirteenth century, 
by Charles H. Haskins ; English poetry and English history, by Goldwin Smith ; 
The naming of America, by Edward Gaylord Bourne ; Nova Scotia and New 
England during the Revolution, by Emily P. Weaver ; The first stage of the 
movement for the annexation of Texas, by George P. Garrison. Documents : 
Alexander Hamilton s notes in the Federal Convention of 1787 ; Some papers of 
Franklin Pierce, 1852-1862. Reviews of books ; Notes and news ; The policy of 
France toward the Mississippi Valley in the period of Washington and Adams, 
by Frederick Jackson Turner ; Improvising a government in Paris in July, 1789, 
by Henry E. Bourne; The treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo, by Jesse S. Reeves; 
Materials in British archives for American Colonial history, by Charles M. An 
drews. Documents : Some papers of Franklin Pierce, 1852-1862. The meet 
ing of the American Historical Association at Chicago, Dec. 28 to 30, 1904 ; The 
treatment of history, by Goldwin Smith ; Methods of work in historical semi 
naries, by George Burton Adams ; The early life of Oliver Ellsworth, by William 
Garrott Brown ; Origin of the title Superintendent of Finance, by Henry Barrett 
Learned ; Documents on the Blount conspiracy, 1795-1797 ; History and mate 
rialism, Tby Alfred H. Lloyd ; A Continental Congressman : Oliver Ellsworth, 
1777-1783, by William Garrott Brown ; The Indian boundary line, by Max Far- 
rand ; William Walker and tbe steamship corporation in Nicaragua, by William 



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Oscar Scroggs ; Documents : Virginia letters on the Scots Darien colony, 1699 ; 
A letter of Marshall to Jefferson, 1783 ; Charles Pinckney s reply to Jay, August 
16, 1786, regarding a treaty with Spain ; English peace proposals before the pre 
liminaries of Leoben, April, 1797 ; An interview of Governor Folch with General 
Wilkinson, 1807. Index. (44 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The American Historical Review. Vol. xi. 
No. 1. October, 1905. New York. 

8vo, pp. 230. 

Contents : Early records of the King s council, by James F. Baldwin ; The 
literary activity of the Emperor Maximilian I, by Paul Van Dyke; The manor 
of East Greenwich in the county of Kent, by Edward P. Cheney ; Burke on 
party, by Goldwin Smith ; The Confederation and the Shays Rebellion, by Joseph 
Parker Warren ; The negotiations at Ghent in 1814, by A. T. Mahan ; Letters 
of John Quincy Adams to Alexander Hamilton Everett, 1811-1837, i ; Reviews 
of books ; Notes and news. (45 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Papers of the Association. Vol. i. No. i. 
Report of the organization and proceedings, Saratoga, September 9-10, 1884. 
By Herbert B. Adams, secretary of the Association. New York, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 44. (40 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of Proceedings of ninth annual 
meeting of the Association. July, 1893. By Herbert B. Adams, secretary. 
From the Annual Report of the Association for 1893, pages 1-12. Washing 
ton. 1894. (47 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of the tenth annual 
meeting of the Association. By Herbert B. Adams, secretary. From the 
Annual Report for 1894, pages 1-15. Washington. 1896. 

8vo. pp. 15. (48 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of eleventh annual 
meeting of the Association, December, 1895. By Herbert B. Adams, secre 
tary. From the Annual Report of the Association for 1895, pages 1-18. 
Washington : Government printing office, 189G. (49 

8vo. pp. 18. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of twelfth annual 
meeting of the Association, December, 1896. By Herbert B. Adams, secre 
tary. From the Annual Report of the Association for 1896. Vol. i, pages 
11-34. Washington : Government printing office, 1897. (so 

8vo. pp. 11-34. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of thirteenth annual 
meeting of the Association, December, 1897. By Herbert B. Adams, secre 
tary. From the Annual Report of the Association for 1897, pages 1-17. 
Washington : Government printing office, 1898. (51 

8vo. pp. 17. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of fourteenth an 
nual meeting of the Association, December, 1898. By "Herbert B. Adams, 
secretary. From the Annual Report of the Association for 1898, pages 1-12. 
Washington : Government printing office, 1899. (52 

8vo. pp. 12. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of the fifteenth an 
nual meeting of the Association, Boston and Cambridge, Mass., December 
27-29, 1899. By A. Howard Clark, assistant secretary. From the Annual 
Report of the Association for 1899. Vol. i, pages 3-42. Washington, 1900. 
8vo. pp. 3-42. (53 



26 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of sixteenth annual 
meeting of the Association, Detroit and Ann Arbor, December 27-29, 1900. 
By A. Howard Clark, secretary. From the Annual Report for 1900. Vol. i, 
pages 1-33. Washington, 1901. 

8vo. pp. 33. (54 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of seventeenth annual 
meeting of the Association, Washington, D. C., December 27-31, 1901. By 
Charles H. Haskins, corresponding secretary. From the Annual Report for 
1901, Vol. i, pages 17-45. Washington, 1902. 

8vo. pp. 17-45. (55 

* 
AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of proceedings of the eighteenth 

annual meeting of the American Historical Association, Philadelphia, Pa., 
December 2G, 27, 29, 30, 1902. By Charles H. Haskins. Washington, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 17-45. 

From the Annual Report for 1902, Vol i, pages 17-45. (56 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Proceedings of nineteenth annual meeting 
of the Association. By Charles II. Haskins, corresponding secretary. 

Reprinted from the Annual Report for the year 1903, Vol. i, pages 17-52. 
Washington, 1904. 

8vo. pp. 17-52. (57 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. New Views of Early Virginia History, 
1606-1619. By Alexander Brown. Liberty, Va., 1886. 

12mo, pp. (2), 18. 

Written by request, to be read before the Association in 1886. Copious 
extracts were read by Charles Deane in the absence of the author. (58 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Constitutional Relations of the Amer 
ican Colonies to the English Government at the Commencement of the 
American Revolution. A Paper read before the Association in Boston, May 
23, 1887, by Mellen Chamberlain. [Boston, 1887.] 

8vo, pp. 24. 

Reprinted from Papers of the American Historical Association, Vol. in, 1888, 
pp. 52-74. (59-6O 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Manuscript Sources of American 
History. An Address before the Association, May 21, 1887, by the presi 
dent, Justin Winsor, with the action of the Association thereon. New 
York, 1887. 

Sm. 4to, pp. 20-34. 

Reprinted (50 copies) from the Magazine of American History, July, 1887, 
pp. 21-34. 

Printed also in Papers of the American Historical Association, Vol. in, 
pp. 9-27. (61 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Territorial Growth of the United States. 
Our Title to Oregon. By W. A. Mowry. Boston, 1887. 

Svo. 

Read before the Association in 1886. (62 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Peace Negotiations of 1782-83, as 
illustrated by the Secret Correspondence of France and England. A Paper 
read before the Association, May, 1887, by John Jay. New York, 1888. 
Svo, pp. 22. 

Reprinted from Papers of the American Historical Association, Vol. in, 
pp. 79-100. (63 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 27 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Spaniard in New Mexico. Head 
before the American Historical Association, at Boston, May 24th, 1887, by 
W. W. H. Davis. Doylestown, Pa., 1888. 

8vo, pp. 21. (64 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Early Northwest. An address before 
the American Historical Association at the fifth annual meeting, Washing 
ton, December 2G, 1888, by the President, William Frederick Poole, LL. D. 
New York, 1889. 
8vo, pp. 20. 

Reprinted from Papers of the American Historical Association, Vol. in, 
pp. 275-300. (05 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Museum-History and Museums of History. 
A paper read before the Association, December 26-28, 1888, by G. Brown 
Goode. New York, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 12. 

Reprinted from Papers of tJie American Historical Association, Vol. in. (G6 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Origin of the National Scientific and 
Educational Institutions of the United States. By G. Brown Goode. New 
York, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 112. 

Reprinted from Papers of tire American Historical Association, Vol. iv. 
Printed also, with some additions, in Annual Report of the Association for 
1889. CG7 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers. Act of incorporation. Constitu 
tion. List of members. Historical societies in the United States. [Balti 
more] 1894. 

Svo, pp. 40. Covev-title. (OS 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Appeals from colonial courts to the king 
in council, with especial reference to Rhode Island, by Harold D. Hazeltine. 
Reprinted from the Reports of the American Historical Association. 
Providence, 1896. 

Cover-title, 299-350 pp. Svo. (Papers from the Historical seminary of 
Brown university ... vn.) (GO 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Arent Van Curler and his journal of 16. U- 
35. By Gen. Jas. Grant Wilson. Washington. 189(5. 

Svo, pp. 20. From the Annual Report for 1895. (TO 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Bibliography of early party conventions; 
ed. by J. Franklin Jameson . . . [New York, 1896.] 

4to, cover-title, 760-771 pp. 

" Reprinted from the American Historical Review. Vol. i, no. 4, July, 1896." 

(71 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Libraries and literature in North Carolina 
in the eighteenth century. By Stephen B. Weeks. Washington, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 96. 

From Annual Report of the Association for 1895. (72 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers. Act of incorporation. Constitu 
tion. List of members. Historical societies in the United States. 1896 
[Baltimore, 1896.1 

Svo, pp. 55. Cover-title. (73 



28 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Bibliography of the Papers and Reports 
of the Association. [November 1. 1897.] [Washington, 1807.] 

8vo, pp. 20. (74 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers, act of incorporation, constitution, 
list of members. Washington, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 40. (75 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Peale s original whole-length portrait of 
Washington. Plea for exactness in historical writings- By Charles Henry 
Hart. Washington, 1897. 

8vo. 

[Reprint from Report, 1897.] (76 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. A Bibliography of Alabama. By Thomas 
McAdory Owen. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 777-1248. 
(From the Annual Report of the Association for 1897, pp. 777-1248.) (77 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The government of federal territories in 
Europe, by Edmund C. Burnett, Ph. I). ... Reprinted from the Annual 
reports of the American Historical Association [for 1896, v. 1]. Provi 
dence, 1898. 

8vo, [391]-454 pp. (Papers from the Historical Seminary of Brown Univer 
sity . . . ix.) (78 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The study of history in schools; report to 
the American Historical Association by the Committee of seven ; Andrew 
C. McLaughlin, Herbert B. Adams, George L. Fox, Albert Bushnell Hart. 
Charles H. Haskins, Lucy M. Salmon, H. Morse Stephens. New York, 1899. 

8vo, pp. ix, 267. (7t> 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. A bibliography of Mississippi. By Thomas 
McAdory Owen. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1900. 

. 8vo, pp. 196. 

(From the Annual Report of the American Historical Association. 1899 
Vol. I, pp. 633-828.) (SO 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Bibliography of publications of the Ameri 
can Historical Association, 1885 to 1900. 

From the Annual Report of the Association for 1899, Vol. i, pages 831-844. 
Washington : 1900. 

8vo. (81 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers, committees, act of incorporation, 
constitution, list of members. 1900. 

8vo, pp. 65. Cover-title. (82 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report on the Public Archives of Massa 
chusetts, by Andrew McFarland Davis. Washington: Government Print 
ing Office, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 47-59. (From First Report of Public Archives Commission in the 
Annual Report of the Association for 1900.) (S3 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 29 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report on the public archives of North 
Carolina. By Prof J. S. Bassett. Washington, 1901. 
8vo, 1 p. 1., 251-266 pp. 

" From First report of Public archives commission in the Annual report of 
the American Historical Association for 1900, Vol. n, pages 251-266." (84 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers, committees, act of incorporation, 
constitution, list of members. 1902. 

8vo, pp. 71. Cover-title. (H5 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report of the public archives of the city 
and county of Philadelphia. By Herman V. Ames and Albert E. McKin- 
ley. Washington, D. C., 1902. 

8vo, pp. 115. f8tt 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. List of publications of the Association, 
1885-1902, and the American Society of Church History, 1888-1897. Con 
tents of American Historical Review, 1895-1902. By A. Howard Clark. 

From the Annual Report for 1902. Vol. i, pages 575-639. Washington : 
1903. 

8vo. pp. 575-639. (87 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Municipal problems in Mediaeval Switzer 
land. By John Martin Vincent. Washington, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 211-221. 

(From the Annual Report of the American Historical Association for 1902. 
Vol. i.) (88 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers, committees, act of incorporation, 
constitution, list of members, February, 1903. [n. p., 1903.] 

8vo, pp. 80. Cover-title. (89 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Antimasonic party : a study of politi 
cal antimasonry in the United States. 1827-1840. By Charles McCarthy 
(From the Annual report of the American Historical Association for 
1902, Vol. i, pages 365-574.) Washington, Gov t print, off:, 1903. 

8vo, 1 p. I., 365-574 pp. illus. 

Bibliography : pp. 560-574. (O 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. List of publications of the American His 
torical Association, 1885-1902, and the American Society of Church History, 
1888-1897. Contents of American Historical Review. 1895-1902. By A. 
Howard Clark. (From the Annual report of the American Historical Asso 
ciation for 1902, vol. 1, pp. 575-639.) Washington: Government Printing 
Office. 1903. 

8vo, pp. 575-639. (91 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Compromises of the Constitution. By Max 
Farrand. . . [New York? 1904] 
4to, cover-title, 479-489 pp. 

" Reprinted from the American Historical Review, Vol. ix, no. 3, April 

1904." < 2 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. El estudio de la historia en las escuelas. 

Informe a la Associacion americana de historia por la Comision de los 

siete. Obra traducida del ingles por Edgar C. Courtaux. Buenos Aires, 

1904. 

8vo, pp. 199. 2 folded tables. 



30 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. History vs. the Whitman saved Oregon 
story ; three essays towards a true history of the acquisition of the old 
Oregon territory . . . by William I. Marshall . . . Chicago, 1904. 
8vo, 92 pp., 1 1., 221-236 pp. 

The third essay (from the Annual report of the American Historical Associa 
tion for 1000, vol. i, pages 219-236) has special t.-p. dated 1901. 

Contents : Strange treatment of original sources. A review of " Marcus 
Whitman and the early days of Oregon," by Dr. W. A. Mowry.- 1 Why his 
search ( ?) for the truth of history was a failure. Being a review of Rev. Myron 
Eell s " Reply to Professor Bourne." Marcus Whitman : a discussion of Prof. 
Bourne s paper. (94 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Naturalization in England and the Amer- 
eau colonies. By A. H. Carpenter [New York? 1904] 
4to, cover-title, 288-303 pp. 

" Reprinted from the American Historical Review, Vol. ix, no. 2. Jan., 
1904." (95 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers, committees, act of incorporation, 
constitution, list of members. February, 1904. [Washington, 1904] 

8vo, pp. 92. Cover-title. (96 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The public archives of New Jersey. By 
William Nelson. Washington, 1904. 
8vo. pp. 479-541. 
Reprinted from the Annual Report for 1903. Vol. i. (97 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Report on the archives of Rhode Island. 
By Clarence S. Brigham. Washington. 1904. 

8vo. pp. 543-644. 

Reprinted from the Annual Report for 1903, Vol. i. (98 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Indian boundary line. Edited by 
Max Farrand. 

Reprinted from the American Historical Review, Vol. x, No. 4, July, 1905. 
8vo, pp. 782-791. Map. (99 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Confederation and the Shays Re 
bellion. By Joseph Parker Warren. 

Reprinted from the American Historical Review, Vol. xi, No. 1, October, 1905. 
8vo, pp. 42-67. (1OO 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Maps illustrating early discovery and 
exploration in America, 1502-1530. Reproduced by photography from 
the original manuscripts. Issued under the direction of Edward Luther 
Stevenson . . . (New Brunswick, New Jersey: 1903-1905) [New York, 
1905] 

8vo, [863]-867 pp. 

" Reprinted from the American Historical Review, Vol. x, no. 4, July, 1905." 

Signed: Victor Hugo Paltsits. (1O1 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. The Nootka Sound controversy. By Wil 
liam Ray Manning. Washington, Gov t print, office, 1905. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., 279-478 pp. 

Separate from the Report of the American Historical Association. 

Bibliography : pp. 472-478. (1O2 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Officers, committees, act of incorporation, 
constitution, list of members, February, 1905. [Cleveland, 1905] 

8vo, pp. 93. Cover-title. (103 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 31 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. William Walker and the steamship cor 
poration in Nicaragua. By William Oscar Scroggs. [New York, 1905] 
4to, cover-title, 792-811 pp. 

"Reprinted from the American Historical Review, Vol. x, no. 4, July, 1905." 

(1O4 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Flourished 1835 to 181,0. 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions of the American Historical So 
ciety, instituted at the city of Washington, October 12, 1835. Vol. i. Wash 
ington, 1839. 
8vo. 

[This volume is made up of documents relating to the society, discourses pro 
nounced by the president, and thirteen tracts collected by Peter Force, a member 
of the society, who presented them to the society. These tracts commonly form 
the first volume of Force s Tracts, published in four volumes, but are here issued 
as part of Vol. i of the Transactions of the Society.] 

Contents : Preface ; Circular ; Constitution ; By-laws ; Officers ; Members, Cat 
alogue of books, medals, and prints belonging to the society, pp. 22. A discourse 
before the society, January 30, 1836, by Lewis Cass, president, Washington, 
1836-37, pp. 53. A discourse before the society at their second annual meeting, 
January 20, 1837, by Levi Woodbury, Washington, 1837, pp. 63. Tracts and 
other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and progress of the 
colonies in North America, from the discovery of the country to the year 1776, 
collected by Peter Force, Vol. I, Washington, 1836, containing: (1) A discourse 
concerning the design d establishment of a new colony to the south of Carolina, 
by Sir Robert Mountgomery, London, 1717, pp. 24, folded plan; (2) A brief ac 
count of the establishment of the colony of Georgia, under James Oglethorpe, 
February 1, 1733, Washington, 1835, pp. 15; (3) A State of the Province of 
Georgia, November 10, 1740, London, 1742, pp. 20; (4) A true and historical 
narrative of the Colony of Georgia, by Patrick Tailfer, Hugh Anderson, Da. 
Douglass, and others, Charleston, S. C., 1741, pp. xiii, 80 ; (5) An account shew 
ing the progress of the colony of Georgia from its first establishment, London, 
1741, pp. v. 56; (6) Nova Britannia, offering most excellent fruites by planting 
in Virginia, London, 1609, pp. 28; (7) The new life of Virginia, published by 
authoritie of His Majestie s counsell of Virginea, London, 1612, pp. 24; (8) 
The beginning, progress, and conclusion of Bacon s rebellion in 1675 and 1676, 
Washington, 1835, pp. 26; (9) An account of our late troubles in Virginia, 
written in 1676, by Mrs. An. Colton, Washington, 1835, pp. 11; (10) A list of 
those that have been executed for the late rebellion in Virginia, by Sir William 
Berkeley, governor of the colony, Washington, 1835, pp. 4 ; (11) A narrative of 
the Indian and civil wars in Virginia in 1675 and 1676, Boston, 1814, pp. 47 ; 
(12) New England Plantation, written by a reuerend diuine now there resident, 
London, 1630, pp. 14; (13) A petition of W. C., exhibited to the high court of 
Parliament, now assembled, for the propagating of the Gospel in America, print 
ed 1641, pp. 11. (105 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Discourse at the Capitol of the United States, 
in the Hall of Representatives, before the American Historical Society, 
January 30, 1836, by Lewis Cass, to which are prefixed its constitution and 
the names of its members. Washington, 1836. 

8vo, pp. 58. (1OG 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Discourse at the Capitol of the United States, 
in the Hall of Representatives, before the American Historical Society, at 
their second annual meeting, January 20, 1837, by Levi Woodbury. Wash 
ington, 1837. 

8vo, pp. 67. U7 



32 AMEBICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 
Worcester, Mass. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An account of the American Antiquarian 
Society, prepared by Isaiah Thomas. Boston, 1813. 
8vo, pp. 32. 
With the act of incorporation, by-laws, and list of officers. (1O8 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An address to the members of the Society, 
pronounced in King s Chapel, Boston, on their first anniversary, October 23, 
1813. By William Jenks. Boston, 1813. 

Svo, pp. 28. (109 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An address delivered before the Society, in 
King s Chapel, Boston, on their second anniversary, October 24, 1813. By 
Abiel Holmes. Boston, 1814. 
8vo, pp. 29 (1). 

Also contains list of officers elected October 24, 1814. Some copies have also 
a list of officers and other members, October 24, 1814, and a list of donations. 
21 pp. 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An address to the members of the Society, 
pronounced in King s Chapel. Boston, on their third anniversary, October 
23, 1815. By William Paine. Worcester, 1815. 

Svo, pp. 27. 

With list of officers elected October 23, 1815. (Ill 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. By-laws. Resolutions of Congress and of the 
General Court of Massachusetts. [Giving documents to the Society.] 
[Worcester], 1815. 

8vo, pp. 8. (112 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Communication from the president of the 
American Antiquarian Society [Isaiah Thomas] to the members, October 
24th. 1814. [Published by order of the Society.] Together with the laws 
of the Society, as revised. Worcester (Mass.) [1815]. 
8vo, 27, 8 pp. (Its [Minor publications, no. 4-5].) 
"List of officers and other members ... October 24, 1814 " : p. [13]-22. 
"Articles presented to the society" : p. [23]-27. 

The several sections of this work have also been issued separately; the first 
and second, and first and last sections are sometimes found together, cf. Amer. 
antiq. soc., A partial index to the Proceedings, 1883, p. 68. 

The "Laws" of the society (7 p. at end) together with the resolutions of 
Congress and of ther General court of Massachusetts (p. 8) are described in the 
"Partial index" as a separate publication (Minor publication, no. 5). (113 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Address to the members of the Society, 
together with the laws and regulations of the institution, and a list of dona 
tions to the Society since the last publication. Worcester, 1819. 

Svo, pp. 38. (114 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An address at Worcester, August 24, 1820, 
before the Society, at the opening of Antiquarian Hall, that day received as 
a donation from the president of the Society. By Isaac Goodwin. Worces 
ter, 1820. 

Svo, pp. 17, (1). Reprinted 1894. (1 15 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 33 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archreologia Americana. Transactions and 
Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Vol. i. Worcester, 1820. 

8vo, pp. 436. Folded map. Plates. 

Contents : Preface ; List of Officers elected October, 1819 ; Origin of the Soci 
ety ; Account of the Discovery of the River Mississippi, by Lewis Hennepin ; 
Account of La Salle s Undertaking to discover the River Mississippi, by Lewis 
Hennepin ; Description of the Antiquities Discovered in Ohio and other Western 
States, by Caleb Atwater ; Conjectures Respecting the ancient Inhabitants of 
North America, by Moses Fiske ; Antiquities and Curiosities of Western Pennsyl 
vania, by Timothy Alden ; Communications from Samuel Mitchill ; Remarkable 
Cave in Kentucky, described by J. H. Farnham ; An Account of an exsiccated Body 
or Mummy, found in said Cave, by Charles Wilkins ; Account of the Caraibs, who 
inhabited the Antilles, by William Sheldon ; Account of a great and extraordi 
nary cave in Indiana, by Benjamin Adams. (116 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archreologia Americana. Transactions and 
Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Vol. n. Cambridge, 183G. 

8vo, pp. xxx (1) (573) (1). Folded map. 

Contents : Preface ; Officers of the Society for 1835-36 ; A memoir of Isaiah 
Thomas, by Samuel M. Burnside ; A synopsis of the Indian tribes of North 
America, by Albert Gallatin ; An historical account of the doings and sufferings 
of the Christian Indians of New England, by Daniel Gookin ; A description of 
a leaden plate or medal found near the mouth of the Muskingum River, in Ohio, 
by De Witt Clinton ; A description of the ruins of Copan in Central America, 
by Juan Galindo ; A letter from Adam Clarke to Peter S. Duponceau ; Obituary 
notice of Christopher C. Baldwin, by John Davis ; Catalogue of the members of 
the Society. (117 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archreologia Americana. Transactions and 
Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Vol. in. Boston, 1857. 

8vo, pp. cxxxviii, 378. Plates. 

Contents : Advertisement ; Records of the company of the Massachusetts Bay, 
to the embarkation of Winthrop and his associates for New England ; The diaries 
of John Hull, mint-master and treasurer of the colony of Massachusetts Bay ; 
Memoir of Thomas Lindall Winthrop, by George Folsom ; Memoir of John Davis, 
by Thomas Kinnicutt ; Officers and Members of the Society, 1856; Index. (118 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archreologia Americana. Transactions and 
Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Vol. iv. Boston, 1860. 
8vo, pp. viii, 355. (1). Illustrations. Folded map. 

Contents : Advertisement ; Officers ; Original documents from the state-paper 

office, London, and the British Museum, illustrating the history of Sir Walter 

Raleigh s first American colony, and the colony at Jamestown ; "A discourse 

of Virginia," by Edward Maria Wingfield ;- New England s rarities discovered, 

by John Josselyn ; Narrative of a voyage to Spitzbergen in 1613, at the charge of 

the Fellowship of English Merchants for the discovery of new trades, commonly 

called the Muscovy Company ; Appendix : Life of Sir Ralph Lane, by E. E. Hale ; 

Notice of Samuel Jennison, by Stephen Salisbury: Index. (113 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archreologia Americana. Transactions and 

Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, Vols. v-vi. Albany, 1874. 

Two vols., 8vo. Vol. i, pp. Ixxxvii, 423. Plate. Portrait. Vol. n, pp. viii, 
666, 47. 

Contents : The history of printing in America, with a biography of printers, 
and an account of newspapers. By Isaiah Thomas. Second edition, with the 
author s correctio* * and additions, and a catalogue of American publications 
previous to th- Kvn!ution of 1776. Published under the supervision of a special 
committee 01 he Society. (12O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archreologia Americana. Transactions and 
Collections of the American Antiquarian Society. Vol. vn. Cambridge, 
1885. 

8vo, pp. xxviii, 460. 

Contents : Note-book kept by Thomas Lechford, lawyer in Boston, from June 
27, 1638, to July 29, 1041. Edited by Edward Everett Hale, jr. (121 

H, Doc, 923, 59-1, vol 2 3 



34 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Report presented at the Annual Meeting, 

October, 1821. By Rejoice Newton and Samuel Jennison. Worcester, 1821. 
8vo, pp. 2. No title-page. 

Second edition, Cambridge, 1868. pp. 2 (1). (122 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. By-laws, October 24, 1831. [Worcester, 1831.] 
32mo, pp. 7. No title-page (123 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An address delivered before the Society at their 
Annual Meeting October 23, 1855, in relation to the Character and Services 
of their late Librarian, Christopher C. Baldwin, esq. By William Lincoln. 
Worcester, 1835. 

8vo, pp. 19. (12 4 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A catalogue of the books in the library of 
the Society. Worcester, 1837. 

8vo, issued by letters, paged independently as follows : pp. 8, 21, 52, 51, 22, 
41, 18, 20, 30, 4, 8, 7, 20, 52, 15, 6, 45, 3, 20, 42, 22, 12, 5, 39, 2, 1, 5. (125 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Circular letter to governors of the States, 
asking for State documents. Worcester, 1838. (126 

4to, pp. 2. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Catalogue of the officers and members, May, 
1839. Worcester, 1839. 
8vo, pp. 15 (1). 
Usually found with the fifty-third semi-annual report, in one pamphlet. (127 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Fifty-third semi-annual report of the council 
of the Society, May 29, 1839 ; with the report of the librarian. Worcester, 
1839. 

8vo, pp. 16, 15 (1), 3 (1). 

Contains also the " Catalogue of the officers and members, May, 1839," with 
a separate title-page. Following the catalogue is an abstract from annual 
reports of the council, treasurer, and librarian, October 23, 1839. (128 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society at their Semi 
annual Meeting, May 31, 1843. Worcester, 1843. 

8vo, pp. 11. (12 9 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society at their Thirty- 
first Annual Meeting, October 23, 1843. Worcester, 1843. 

8vo, pp. 16. ( 13O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society at their Meeting, 
October 23, 1849. Cambridge, 1850. 
8vo, pp. 32. 
Contains a memoir of Albert Gallatin, pp. 16-32. (131 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at Meetings of the Society in 
Boston, May 29, and in Worcester, October 23, 1850. Worcester, [1850]. 

8vo, pp. 18. ( 132 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at Meetings of the Society in 
Boston. April 30, 1851, in Worcester, October 23, 1851, and in Boston, April 
28, 1852. Worcester, [1852]. 

8vo, pp. 44. (133 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedinr meeting of the Society in 

Worcester, October 23, 1852. Worcester i 

8vo, pp. 33 (1). Three plates. (134 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 35 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at Meetings of the Society in 
in Boston, April 27, 1853, and in Worcester, October 24, 1853. Worcester, 
[1853]. 

8vo, pp. 35. ( 13 - 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at a Meeting of the Society in 
Boston, April 2(3, 1854. Boston, 1854. 

8vo, pp. 47. ( i3<; 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at a Meeting of the Society in 
Worcester, October 23, 1854. Boston, 1854. 

8vo, pp. 29. (137 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Notice of the life and character of Hon. John 
Davis, read before the Society, on the 2(jth of April, 1854, by Thomas Kin- 
uicutt. Boston, 1854. 

Svo, pp. 26. (138 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Catalogue of the officers and members, Octo 
ber, 1855. Boston, 1855. 

Svo, pp. 20. (139 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at a Meeting of the Society in 
Boston, April 25, 1855. Boston, 1855. 

Svo, pp. 36. (14O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at a Meeting of the Society in 

Worcester, October 22, 1855. [With a list of Officers and Members.] Bos 
ton, 1855. 

Svo, pp. 54. (141 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at Meetings of the Society in 
Boston, April 30, 185(>, and Worcester, October 21, 1856. Boston, 1850. 

Svo, pp. 67. (142 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Memoir of Thomas Linda 11 Winthrop, second 
president of the Society. By George Folsom. Boston, 1857. 

Svo, pp. 317-343. 

Reprinted from the Transactions. (143 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 29, 1857. Boston, 1857. 

Svo, pp. 36. (144 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1857. Boston, 1857. 

Svo, pp. 51. (145 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 28, 3858. Boston, 1858. 

Svo, pp. 32. (146 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21. 1858. Boston, 1858. 

Svo, pp. 38. (147 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society in Boston, April 27, 1859. Boston, 1859. 

Svo, pp. 32. (148 



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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annu.il Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1859. Boston, 1859. 

8vo, pp. 35. (149 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society at a special meet 
ing held in Worcester, February 10, 1859. Boston, 1859. 

8vo, pp. 30. 

On the occasion of the death of W. H. Prescott. (ISO 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 25, I860. Boston, 1800. 

8vo, pp. 47. 

Contains a report regarding " The original drawings of the habits, towns, 
customs of the West Indians, and of the plants, birds, fishes, &c., found in 
Greenland, Virginia, Guiana, &c., by Mr. John White, who was a painter and 
accompanied Sir Walter Ralegh in his voyage. With a list of the drawings. 

(151 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 22, 18(30. Boston, 1860. 

8vo, pp. 50. 

Contains a report upon the American coins and tokens in the cabinet of the 
Society, prepared by Nathaniel Paine. (152 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Meeting of the Society 
in Boston. April 24, 1801. Boston, 1861. 

8vo, pp. 42. (153 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1861. Boston, 1861. 

8vo, pp. G2. 

Pages 43-62 contain "An essay on the time of making the statues of [Michael 
Angelo s] Christ and Moses." Read before the Council of the Society September 
30, 1861, and before the Society October 21, 1861, by Stephen Salisbury. (154 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Meeting of the Society 
in Boston, April 30, 1862. Boston, 1862. 

8vo, pp. 53. 

Pages 45-53 contain a paper entitled " The name of California," by E. E. 
Hale. (155 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Meeting of the Society 
in Worcester, October 21, 1862. Boston, 1862. 

Svo, pp. 40. (156 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society in Boston, April 29, 1863. Boston, 1863. 
8vo, pp. 63. 

Pages 40-63 contain " Indications of ancient customs, suggested by certain 
cranial forms," by Daniel Wilson. (157 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1863. Boston, 1863. 
8vo, pp. 72. 

Pages 33-72 contain the address of Dr. William Jenks in commemoration of 
the fiftieth anniversary of the Society. (158 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 7, 1864. Boston, 1864. 
8vo, pp. 06. Woodcuts. 

Pages 59-66 contain " Remarks on a Latin inscription lately found at Castine, 
in the State of Maine," by Charles Folsom. (159 






AMEBICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 37 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 18G4. Boston, 18G4. 

8vo, pp. 80. 

Pages 52-58 contain " Some notes on Roanoke Island and James River," by 
Edward E. Hale, followed by remarks by Charles Deane, pp. 50-80." (16O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society at a Special 
Meeting, January 17, 18(55, in reference to the death of their former presi 
dent, Edward Everett. Boston, 18G5. 

8vo, pp. 29. 

Reprinted in "A memorial of Edward Everett, from the city of Boston," pp. 
239-267. Boston, 1865. (161 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 2G, 1805. Boston, 1865. 

8vo, pp. 07. (162 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1865. Cambridge, 180(5. 

8vo, pp. 71. (163 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at a Special Meeting of the 
Society, March 16, 18GG, and at the Semi-annual Meeting in Boston, April 
25, 1866. Cambridge, 1866. 

8vo, pp. 117. Plate. Diagram. 

The report of the council by Nathaniel Paine is largely taken up with an 
historical sketch of currency. (164 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society at a Special 
Meeting, March 16, 1866. Cambridge, 1866. 

8vo, pp. 18. 
On the death of Jared Sparks. (165 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 20, 1866, and at the special meeting held 
in Worcester, November 15, 1866. Cambridge, 1866. 

8vo, pp. 48. 

Pages 41-48 contain "Tribute to the Rev. William Jenks, D. P." (166 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston April 24, 1867. Cambridge, 1867. 

8vo, pp. 131. 

Pages 38-50 contain " Remarks of Edward E. Hale on Mr. Bergenroth s let 
ter." Pages 51-131, " Recoi ds of the council for New England." edited by 
Charles Peane. (167 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1867. Worcester, 1867. 

8vo, pp. 91. (16S 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society in Boston, April 29, 18G8. Worcester, 1868. 

8vo, pp. 82. 

Pages 4550 contain Catalogue of " Indian Relics ; " pp. 51-79, Report of 
John R. Bartlett, as a Pelegate to the International Archaeological Congress at 
Antwerp ; pp. 8082 contain "The author of the relation of Captain New 
port s discoveries in Virginia. " (169 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at a Special Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester June 2, 1868, to take notice of the death of their 
senior vice-president, Hon. Levi Lincoln. Worcester, 1868. 

8vo, pp. 29. (170 



38 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1868. Worcester, 18G9. 

Svo, pp. 62. (171. 

AMERICAN "ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 28, 1809. Worcester, 1869. 

Svo, pp. 79. Two folded plates. 
Tages 53-79 contain "Ancient tumuli in Georgia," by Charles C. Jones, jr. 

(172 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1869. Worcester, 1869. 

Svo. pp. 53. (ITS 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 27, 1870. Worcester, 1870. 

Svo, pp. 52. (174 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1870. Worcester, 1870. 

Svo, pp. 68. (175 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held at Boston. April 26. 1871. Worcester, 1871. 

Svo, pp. 55. (176 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1871. Worcester, 1872. 
Svo, pp. 66. Map. 

The report of the Council, by E. E. Hale, treats of the history of discovery in 
the Pacific. (177 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 23, 1872. Worcester, 1872. 
Svo, pp. 85. Map. 

Tages 65-82 contain a paper " On the likelihood of an admixture of Japanese 
blood on our northwest coast," by Horace Davis ; pp. 83-85, " The cosmogony of 
Dante and Columbus," by Edward E. Hale. (178 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1872. Worcester, 1873. 
Svo, pp. 53. 

Tages 43-53 contain " The Star-Spangled Banner and national songs," by Ste 
phen Salisbury. (179 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 30, 1873. Worcester, 1873. 

Svo, pp. 92. Plate. (ISO 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held at Worcester, October 21, 1873. Worcester, 1874. 
8vo, pp. 154. Map. 

The Report of the Council, by J. Hammond Trumbull, is mainly devoted to an 
account of the origin and early progress of Indian missions in New England. 
Pp. 45-62 contain " Books and tracts in the Indian language, or designed for the 
use of the Indians, printed at Cambridge and Boston, 1653-1721," by J. Ham 
mond Trumbull ; pp. 83-92, " Early maps in Munich," by Edward E. Hale ; pp. 
93-96, " Note on Robert Dudley, Duke of Northumberland, and his Arcano del 
Mare ; " pp. 97-99, " Remarks of E. C. Smyth on some of the connections, by 
marriage, of Columbus ; " pp. 101-112, " Memorandum as. to the discovery of the 
Bay of San Francisco," by John T. Doyle, with introductory remarks by John 
D. Washburn ; pp. 113-154, " Memorial of Governor Endecott," by Stephen 
Salisbury. (181 






AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 39 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 29, 1874. Worcester, 1874. 

8vo, pp. 67. 

Pages 59-67 contain " The great awakening," by Isaac Smucker. (182 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1874. Worcester, 1875. 

8vo, pp. 50. (183 

Report of the Council, by Benjamin F. Thomas, with remarks upon the legal 
and political issues of the Rebellion. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 28, 1875. Worcester, 1875. 

8vo, pp. 89. 

The Report of the Council, lay Stephen Salisbury (pp. 2107), discusses 
Schliemann s discoveries. (184 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting held at 
Worcester, October 21, 1875. Worcester, 187G. 

8vo, pp. 78. Folded map. 

Pages 49-63 contain " Records of the Council for New England," by Charles 
Deane ; pp. 65-78, " The criminal laws of Massachusetts," substance of the 
remarks of Judge Aldrich. (185 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 20, 1876. Worcester, 1870. 

8vo, pp. 104. 

The Report of the Council, by Stephen Salisbury, jr. (pp. 19-61), concerns the 
Maya antiquities of Yucatan ; pp. 89-104 contain " Historical and biblio 
graphical notes on the laws of New Hampshire," by Albert II. Hoyt. (186 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 187C. Worcester, 1870. 

8vo, pp. 75. (187 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at a Special Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, March 20, 1877, to take notice of the death of 
their associate, Hon. Emory Washburn, LI.. D. Worcester, 1877. 

8vo, pp. 18. (1S8 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 25, 1877. Worcester, 1877. 

Svo, pp. 119. Photographs. Heliotypes. 

Pages 57-63 contain The Copper Age in Wisconsin, by James Davie Butler ; 
pp. 64-69, The Davenport Tablets, by R. J. Farquharson ; pp. 70-119, Dr. Le 
Plongeon in Yucatan, the discovery of a statue called Chac Mool, and the com 
munications of Dr. Augustus Le Plongeon concerning explorations in the Yucatan 
Peninsula, by Stephen Salisbury, jr. (1.89 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 22, 1877. Worcester, 187S. 

Svo, pp. 112 (1). 

The Report of the Council, by Charles Deane (pp. 12-77) treats of the "Con 
vention of Saratoga." (19O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 24, 1878. Worcester, 1878. 

Svo, pp. 110. Two plans. 

Pages 38-42 contain Remarks on the Death of Rev. Dr. Sweetser, by Rev. Dr. 
Robbing ; pp. 43-64, Massachusetts and Maine, their Union and Separation, by 
P. Emory Aldrich ; pp. 65-69, On the Decrease of the Relative Number of Col 
lege-Educated Men in Massachusetts during the Present Century, by Edward 
Hitchcock ; pp. 71-89, Terra-Cotta Figure from Isla Mujeres, Northeast Coast 
of Yucatan, by Stephen Salisbury, jr. ; pp. 91-110, The Mexican Calendar Stone, 
by Philipp J. J. Valentini, translated by Stephen Salisbury, jr. (191 



40 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1878. Worcester, 1879. 

8vo, pp. 131. Illustrated. Ileliotypes. Portrait. 

Pages 65-75 contain Archaeological Communication on Yucatan, by Augustus 
Le Plongeon ; pp. 77-106, Notes on Yucatan, by Alice D. Le Plongeon ; pp. 116 
126, Reinterment of Isaiah Thomas, LL. D., Founder of the Society ; pp. 126- 
131, Reception of Governor John Winthrop at Salem, June 12, 1630, a Sequel to 
the Memorial of Governor John Endicott, in Proceedings of Society, October 21, 
1873, by Stephen Salisbury. (192 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 30, 1879. Worcester, 1879. 

8vo, pp. 120. Illustrated. Portrait. 

Pages 63-69 contain Proceedings at the Presentation of a Portrait of Samuel 
F. Haven, LL. 1)., librarian of the Society since April, 1838 ; pp. 71-79, A Day 
at Mount Vernon in 1797, by Hamilton B. Staples ; pp. 81112, Mexican Copper 
Tools, by Philipp J. J. Yalentini, from the German, by Stephen Salisbury, jr. ; 
pp. 113117, Letter from Dr. Augustus Le Plongeon [on the Maya language, 
etc.], (193 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the 
Society held in Worcester, October 21, 1879. AVorcester, 1879. 

8vo, pp. 117. Illustrated. 

Pages 71-117 contain the Katunes of Maya history, by Philipp J. J. Yalentini, 
translated from the German by Stephen Salisbury, jr. (194 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Semi-annual Meeting of 
the Society held in Boston, April 28, 1880. Worcester, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 91, (2). Illustrated. 

Pages 53-58 contain Remarks of Dr. Charles Deane on the Late Vice-President 
Lenox ; pp. 59-91, The Landa Alphabet, a Spanish Fabrication, by Philipp J. J. 
Yalentini. The two pages at the end are inserted, having been omitted uninten 
tionally when the number was printed. (195 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian 
Society. New series, Vol. i, October, 1880-October, 1881. Worcester, 1882. 

8vo, pp. xiii, 485. Illustrated. Portrait. 

Contents : Prefatory note ; Officers from 1812 to 1881, and members, January 
1, 1881 ; Officers elected October, 1880 ; Annual meeting, October 21, 1880 ; Pro 
ceedings at the meeting ; Report of the Council, by Stephen Salisbury ; Report 
of the librarian ; Donors and donations ; Report of the treasurer ; Personal rec 
ollections of Baron Yisconti, by R. C. Winthrop ; Mexican paper, by Ph. J. J. 
Yalentini ; Notes on the bibliography of Yucatan and Central America, by Ad. F. 
Bandelier. Semiannual meeting, April 27, 1881 : Proceedings at the meeting ; 
Report of the Council, by Nathaniel Paine ; List of orderly books and kindred 
records in the library of the Society ; Report on the library ; Donors and dona 
tions ; Report of the treasurer ; The centennial of the Massachusetts constitu 
tion, by Alexander II. Bullock ; Coronado s discovery of the seven cities, by Ed 
ward E. Hale ; Mayapan and Maya inscriptions, by Augustus Le Plongeon ; Two 
Mexican Chalchihuites, the Humboldt celt and the Leyden plate, by Philipp J. J. 
Yalentini. Annual meeting October 21, 1881 : Proceedings ; Report of the Coun 
cil, by E. E. Hale ; Report on the library ; Donors and donations ; Report of the 
treasurer ; Action of the Council on the death of Samuel F. Haven ; Origin of 
the names of the States of the Union, by Hamilton B. Staples ; Humerus found 
at Concord, Mass., letter from Edward S. Hoar ; President Garfield s New Eng 
land ancestry, by George F. Hoar ; Tithingmen, by Herbert B. Adams ; What is 
the true site of " The seven cities of Cibola," visited by Coronado in 1540, by 
Henry W. Haynes ; The testimony of Fabyan s Chronicle to Hakluyt s account 
of the Cabots, by George Dexter; English officers in America, by E. E. Hale; 
Report on by-laws ; By-laws adopted, October 21, 1881 ; Rules and regulations 
for the government of the library; Errata; Index. (196 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 41 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian 
Society. New series, Vol. n, April, 1882- April, 1883. Worcester, 1883. 

Svo, pp. viii, 383. Illustrated. Folded map. 

Contents : Part 1. Prefatory note ; Semiannual meeting, April 26, 1882 ; Pro 
ceedings ; Report of the Council, by Egbert C. Smyth ; Appendix to Report of the 
Council [on the catacombs of Rome] ; Report on the library ; Donors and dona 
tions ; Report of the treasurer ; Robert Boyle, by Charles O. Thompson ; Note 
upon the perforated Indian humerus found at Concord, Mass., by Henry W. 
Ilaynes ; Note by committee of publication ; Notes on Mitla, by Louis II. Ayme. 
Part 2. Annual meeting, October 21, 1882 ; Report of the Council, by George F. 
Hoar ; Report on the library ; Donors and donations ; A visit to Palos and 
Rabida, by Edward E. Hale ; Notes on the history of witchcraft in Massachu 
setts, by George II. Moore ; The Olmecas and the Tultecas, by Philipp J. J. Val- 
entini ; An ancient document of the house of Washington, by Edward G. Porter ; 
Notes on copper implements from Mexico, by Frederick W. Putnam. Part 3. 
Semiannual meeting, April 25, 1883; Proceedings; Report of the Council, -by 
John D. Washburn ; Report on the library ; Donors and donations ; Report of the 
treasurer ; Action of the Council on the death of Isaac Davis ; Gleanings from 
the sources of the history of the second parish, Worcester, Mass., by Samuel S. 
Green ; The journey of Moncacht Ape, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; Iron from 
the Ohio mounds, a review of the statements and misconceptions of two writers 
of over sixty years ago, by Frederick W. Putnam ; Notes upon ancient soapstone 
quarries, worked for the manufacture of cooking utensils, by Henry W. Haynes ; 
Index to Vol. n. (197 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian 
Society. New series, Vol. in, October, 1883-April, 1885. Worcester, 1885. 

8vo, pp. viii, 532. Illustrated. Plate. Portrait. 

Contents : Note ; Annual meeting, October 21, 1883 ; Proceedings ; Report of 
the Council, by George Bancroft, Stephen Salisbury ; Report of the librarian ; 
Donors and donations ; Report of the treasurer ; Semiannual meeting, April 30, 

1884 ; Proceedings ; Report of the Council, by P. Emory Aldrich ; Report of the 
librarian ; Donors and donations ; Report of the treasurer ; The province laws, 
by Hamilton B. Staples ; The stone implements of Asia, by Heinrich Fischer ; 
Memoir of C. II. Berendt, by D. G. Brinton ; Action of the Council, August 28, 
1884, on the death of President Salisbury ; Annual meeting, October 21, 1884 ; 
Proceedings ; Notices of the death of President Salisbury ; Memorial by Andrew 
P. Peabody ; Letter from George Bancroft ; Action of Massachusetts Historical 
Society ; Action of New England Historic Genealogical Society ; Report of the 
Council, by J. Hammond Trumbull, Samuel S. Green ; Report of the treas 
urer ; Report of the librarian ; Donors and donations ; Notes on copper im 
plements of America, by Henry W. Haynes ; Semiannual meeting, April 20, 

1885 ; Report of the Council, by George F. Hoar ; Report of the treasurer ; Re 
port of the librarian ; Donors and donations ; Authorship of the Federalist, by 
Henry Cabot Lodge ; The history of Connecticut as illustrated by the names of 
her towns, by Franklin B. Dexter ; Semi-lunar and crescent-shaped tools, by Ph. 
J. J. Yalentini ; French fabrications, or blunders in American linguistics, by 
Henry W. Haynes ; Notices of deceased members : Ellis Ames, by Thomas L. 
Nelson ; Edward Jarvis, by Samuel S. Green ; William Barry, by William F. 
Poole ; Porter C. Bliss, by ,T. Evarts Greene ; Samuel C. Damon, by Ebenezer 
Cutler; George H. Preble, by Nathaniel Paine ; Charles O. Thompson, by P. 
Emory Aldrich ; Officers elected, October, 1884 ; List of members, May 1, 1885 ; 
Index to Vol. in. (198 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian 
Society. New series, Vol. iv, October, 1885-April, 1887. Worcester, 1888. 

8vo, pp. viii, 39G. 

Contents : Proceedings, October 21, 1885 : Lechford notebook ; Ohio mounds ; 
Report of the Council ; The fallacies of history, by A. P. Peabody ; Report of 
the treasurer ; Report of the librarian ; Donors and donations. Proceedings, 
April 28, 1886 ; Central American jades, by F. W. Putnam ; Report of the Coun 
cil ; Voluntary system in the maintenance of ministers in the colonies of Massa 
chusetts Bay and Plymouth, by Samuel S. Green; Report of the treasurer; Re 
port of the librarian ; Donors and donations ; English sources of American dia 
lect, by Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Proceedings, October 21, 1886; The 



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slave trade ; Orderly books ; The Franklin Papers ; Report of the Council ; The 
connection of Massachusetts with slavery and the slave trade, by Charles Deane ; 
Report of the treasurer ; Report of the librarian ; Donors and donations ; Arch 
aeological research in Yucatan, by Edward II. Thompson. Proceedings, April 27, 
1887 ; Cypres ; Earl Percy letters ; Sketch of Hon. John Davis ; Colony of Nox, 
by Andrew McFarland Davis ; Report of the Council ; The great charitable 
trusts of England, by C. A. Chase ; Pliny Earl Chase, by Samuel S. Green ; Report 
of the treasurer ; Report of the librarian ; Donors and donations ; The Roxbury 
Latin School, by J. Evarts Greene ; Selections from letters received by David 
Daggett, 1786-1802, by Franklin B. Dexter ; Explorations in Yucatan, by Edward 
H. Thompson; Index. (199 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian 
Society. New Series, Vol. v, October, 1887-October, 1888. Worcester, 1889. 

8vo, pp. viii (2), 508. 

Contents : The Roxbury Latin School, by Henry W. Haynes ; Ruined building 
at Labna, Y T ucatan ; Report of the Council [with obituary notices of Ben. Perley 
Poore, Elias Nason, Charles Rau, and Spencer Fullerton Baird] ; Estimates of 
population in the American colonies, by Franklin B. Dexter : Report of the treas- 
urer; Report of the librarian; Donors and donations; King Philip s war, with 
special reference to the attack on Brookfield in August, 1675, by Grindall Rey 
nolds ; Wheeler s defeat, 1675 where? by Lucius R. Paige; The early African 
slave trade in New England, by William B. Weeden ; The first scholarship at 
Harvard College, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; Roger Williams, freeman of 
Massachusetts, by Reuben A. Guild ; The Roxbury Latin School, by J. Evarts 
Greene. Proceedings, April 25, 1888 : Remarks of Hamilton B. Staples and 
Edward Everett Hale on the presentation of the sword of Fitz-John Winthrop ; 
Ruins at Kich-Moo and Chun-Kat-Cin ; Report of the Council ; Early books and 
libraries, by Stephen Salisbury ; Report of the treusurer ; Report of the libra 
rian ; Donors and donations ; Notes on the bibliography of witchcraft in Massa 
chusetts, by George H. Moore ; Photography as an aid to local history, by George 
E. Francis ; Monetary unification, by Robert Noxon Toppan ; The Cambridge 
Press, by Andrew McF. Davis ; The legislative history of the ordinance of 1787, 
by John M. Merriam. Proceedings, October, 1888 : Action of the Council : 
Death of Joseph Sargent, M. D. ; Report of the Council ; Naval history of the 
Revolution, by Edward E. Hale ; Report of the treasurer ; Report of the libra 
rian ; Donors and donations ; The case of Bathsheba Spooner, by Samuel Swett 
Green ; Hopkinsianism, by Andrew P. Peabody ; La Salle s monument at Rouen, 
by Hamilton B. Staples ; The site of the first college building at Cambridge, by 
Andrew McFarland Davis ; The Alabama stone, by Henry W. Haynes ; Index. 

(2OO 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series, Vol. vi, April, 
1889-April, 1890. Worcester, 1890. 

8vo, pp. viii, 375, ix. Plates. 

Contents : Report of the Council, by P. Emory Aldrich ; Christian religion 
and the common law, by P. Emory Aldrich ; Illustrated Americana, by James F. 
Hunnewell ; The bay of San Francisco, by J. T. Doyle ; Nephrite and jadeite, by 
L. P. Kinnicutt ; Report of the Council ; The Farmer s Weekly Museum, by A.. 
P. Peabody ; The navigation laws, by Edward Channing ; The Peabody Museum 
in Cambridge, by F. W. Putnam ; Cotton Mather and his slaves, by Henry W. 
Haynes ; Robert College, Constantinople, by Cyrus Hamlin ; Death of Charles 
Deane ; List of members ; Foundation of the Swiss Republic, by J. D. Wash- 
burn ; The Aborigines of Australia, by E. G. Porter ; The early college buildings 
at Cambridge, by A. McFarland Davis ; Cranium from Progreso, Yucatan, by 
Franz Boas ; Copies of Maya pottery and implements, by Stephen Salisbury ; 
Index. (2O1 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series, Vol. vii, October, 
1890-October, 1891. Worcester, 1892. 
8vo, pp. xv, 454. 

Contents : The northern boundary of Massachusetts in its relations to New 
Hampshire, by Samuel A. Green ; Reminiscences of Dr. John Park, by Edward 
H. Hall; A forgotten patriot [John Whitcomb], by Henry S. Nourse ; Boy life 
in a Massachusetts country town thirty years ago, by G. Stanley Hall ; Finan 
cial embarrassments of the New England ministers in the last century [on 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 43 

Jeremy Belknap], by C. C. Smith; A singular ancient work [at Foster s, Warren 
County Ohio], by F. W. Putnam; Action of the Council: Death of George Ban 
croft ; Government in Canada and the United States compared, by George F. 
Hoar ; George Bancroft, by Samuel Swett Green ; Dr. Schliemann and the 
archaeological value of his discoveries, by Thomas Chase ; The Abbe Brasseur de 
Bourbourg, by Herbert B. Adams ; Paper on ecstasy and trance, by G. Stanley 
Hall ; The French Canadians in New England, by Egbert C. Smyth ; Illustrated 
Americana of the Revolution, by James P. Hunnewell ; Historic burial places of 
Boston and vicinity, by John M. Merriam ; The Galapagos Islands, by George 
Baur ; William Lincoln, by Charles A. Chase ; Index. (2O2 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series, Vol. vin, April, 
1892- April, 1893. Worcester, 1893. 

Svo, pp. xxi, 481. 

Contents : Letter of John Davenport to the First Church, Roxbury, 1004 ; The 
history of the earth in libraries and museums, by G. E. Ellis ; Some Rhode Island 
contributions to the intellectual life of the last century, by W. E. Foster ; 
Thomas Coram in Boston and Taunton, by Hamilton Andrews Hill ; Swiss pact 
of 1291, by J. D. Washburn ; The landfall of Columbus at San Salvador, by Phil- 
ipp J. J. Valentini ; The results of Columbus s discovery, by E. E. Hale ; The 
world of commerce in 1492, by William B. Weeden ; The ancient structures of 
Yucatan not communal dwellings, by Edward H. Thompson ; Yucatan at the 
time of its discovery, by Edward H. Thompson ; The Lady Mowlson scholarship 
at Cambridge, by Andrew McF. Davis ; Rutherford Birchard Hayes, by George F. 
Hoar ; The Santa Fe trade, its route and character, by J. Evarts Greene ; The 
British public record office and the materials in it for early American history, by 
W. Noel Sainsbury ; Memoir of Major-General Thomas Harrison, by Charles H. 
Firth ; Index. (2O3 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series, Vol. ix, October, 
1893-October, 1894. Worcester, 1895. 

Svo, pp. (3), 495. Folded map. 

Contents: Wheeler s defeat, 1675 where? by S. A. Green; Remarks concern 
ing John Davis, by George F. Hoar ; Necrology George Chandler ; Charles Col- 
cock Jones, jr., John James Bell ; Eligio Ancona, by F. B. Dexter ; On some so 
cial distinctions at Harvard and Yale before the Revolution, by F. B. Dexter ; 
Edmund Burke, his services as agent of the Province of New York, by C. Steb- 
bins ; The archives of Harvard College, by Justin Winsor ; Necrology Francis 
Parkman, Charles H. Bell, George W. Childs, Isaac Smucker, William F. Poole, 
Andres Aznar Perez ; On the history of American college text-books and tench- 
ing of logic, ethics, psychology, and allied subjects, by G. Stanley Hall ; On the 
past in the present in Asia, by John Bellows ; The new found journal of Charles 
Floyd, a sergeant under Captains Lewis and Clark, by James Davie Butler ; Con 
cord [Mass.], by J. McK. Merriam; Aborigines of the West Indies, by F. A. 
Ober ; Eliot s Bible and the Ojibway language, by J. A. Gilfillan ; Address of the 
citizens of Westmoreland, Va., to President Adams, July 11, 1798, with his re 
ply ; Quality the prevailing element in representation [in New England], by W. 
B. Weeden. Obituaries : William Dwight Whitney, by S. E. Baldwin : Grindall 
Reynolds, by G. F. Hoar. The rival claimants for North America, 1497-1755, by 
Justin Winsor ; Analysis of the pictorial text inscribed on two Palenque tablets, 
by P. J. J. Valentini ; The political duel between Nicholas, the Czar of Russia, 
and Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, the great English ambassador, by Cyrus Ham- 
lin ; Memorial of George E. Ellis ; of Peleg Emory Aldrich ; Index. 2O4 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series. Vol. x. April, 
1895-Oct, 1895, inclusive. Worcester, 1895. 

Svo, pp. vi (2), 442. 

Contents : Proceedings at the semiannual meeting, Apr. 24, 1895 ; Remarks 
upon the Scotch-Irish, by G. Stanley Hall, Edward L. Pierce, and others ; Re 
port of the council : Obituaries Robert Charles Winthrop, by Charles C. Smith ; 
Peleg Emory Aldrich, by Frank I . Goulding ; Seiior Joaquin Garcia Icazbalceta 
and George Olcott, by Stephen Salisbury ; William Noel Sainsbury, by Hubert 
Hall. The Scotch-Irish in America, by Samuel S. Green, with a bibliographical 
note ; Report of the librarian, Edmund M. Barton ; The law of adultery and 
ignominious punishments, with especial reference to the penalty of wearing a 
letter affixed to the clothing, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; Map of Chequam- 



44 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

egon bay, Lake Superior; The story of Chequamegon bay, by Reuben Gold 
Thwaites ; The food of certain American Indians and their methods of preparing 
it, by Lucien Carr ; Palenque, by Edward II. Thompson; Proceedings at the 
annual meeting, October 23, 1895 ; Report of the council : Obituaries Hamilton 
Andrews Hill, by Edward G. Porter; John Fletcher Williams, by J. Evarts 
Greene ; James Jackson, by Stephen Salisbury. Some early writings of Jona 
than Edwards, 1714-1726, by Egbert C. Smyth, with two facsimiles; Report of 
the treasurer ; Report of the librarian ; A list of early American imprints in 
the library of the Society, 1640-1700, prepared by Nathaniel Paine ; The liter 
ature of witchcraft in New England, by Justin Winsor ; Construction of new 
communities and States in the northwest, by Cushman K. Davis ; The battle of 
Bunker Hill from a strategic point of view, by Charles Francis Adams ; Analysis 
of the pictorial text inscribed on two Palenque tablets, by Philipp J. J. Valen- 
tini ; Ancient tombs of Palenque, by Edward II. Thompson ; Index. (2O5 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, Proceedings. New series. Vol. xi, April, 
1890-April, 1897. Worcester, 1898. 

Svo, vi (2), 537 pp. 

Contents : Proceedings ; Report of the council ; Memorial notices of Joseph 
Jones and William Whitney Rice, by C. A. Chase; Our dealings with the Indians, 
by J. Evarts Greene ; Report of the librarian ; Givers and gifts ; Notes on early 
American literature, by James F. Hunnewell ; Legislation and litigation con 
nected with the Land Bank of 1740, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; History of 
explorations in the Mississippi valley, by Stephen D. Peet, with maps ; Account 
of the laying of the memorial stone of the Robinson Memorial Church at Gains 
borough, England, by Charles Augustus Chase ; Account of a European trip, by 
Geo. F. Hoar ; Memorial notices of Ernst Curtius ; Lucius Robinson Paige ; 
Twenty unsettled miles in the Northeast Boundary, by Thomas Corwin Menden- 
hall ; A map of Passamaquoddy Bay showing proposed boundary ; Reports ; Let 
ter of Wilberforce Eames on a copy of " The Association " or nonimportation 
agreement of 1774 ; The " new philosophy," against which students at Yale col 
lege were warned in 1714, by Egbert C. Smyth ; Remarks to C. P. Bowditch in 
regard to the Bellingham deed, 1700 ; Report of the council with obituary 
notices of Benjamin Apthorp Gould, F. A. Walker ; Some great trusts in the 
L T nited States, by Charles A. Chase ; The permanence of the Greek type, by 
Edwin A. Grosvenor ; The General Court and quarrels between individuals aris 
ing from the Land Bank, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; Dr. Saugrain s relation 
of his voyage down the Ohio river from Pittsburgh to the Falls in 1788, by 
Eugene F. Bliss ; Dress and ornaments of certain American Indians, by Lucien 
Carr; Early American Broadsides, 1680-1800, prepared by Nathaniel Paine; 
Index. (12(K 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series. Vol. xn. Octo 
ber, 1897-October, 1898. Worcester, Mass., 1898. 

Svo, pp. viii, 478. 

Contents : Proceedings of annual meeting, October 21, 1897 ; Report of the coun 
cil, by F. B. Dexter ; Obituary notices of James Hammond Trumbull, by the council, 
by President Salisbury, by Geo. F. Hoar, by Samuel Swett Green, by Nathaniel 
Paine ; An historical study of the powers and duties of the presidency in Yale 
college, by Franklin B. Dexter ; Reports of the treasurer and librarian ; Givers 
and gifts; Early New England Catechisms, 1590-1798, by Wilberforce Eames; 
The early political uses of "the word convention, by J. Franklin Jameson; 
Edward Lillie Pierce, by George F. Hoar ; Proceedings of the semi-annual 
meeting, April 27, 189S ; Report of the council ; Obituaries : Gardiner Greene 
Hubbard, by George F. Hoar ; Ebenezer Cutler, by Daniel Merriman ; Justin Win 
sor, by J. L. Whitney ; Thomas Leverett Nelson, by Rockwood Hoar ; A famous 
fete [given by Joseph Bonaparte at his chateau of Morfontaine, 3d Oct., 1880], 
extracts from a diary of William Vans Murray, by George F. Hoar ; The genesis 
and evolution of the Turkish massacre of Armenian subjects, by Cyrus Hamlin ; 
John Winthrop, junior, by Frederick John Kingsbury ; Proceedings of the an 
nual meeting, Oct. 21, 1898 : Remarks by Vice-President Hoar in communi 
cating copies of two visiting lists of Roger Sherman for the First and Second 
Congress and also a list of the Senate in the First Congress; Remarks, by 
Nathaniel Paine concerning the title of an Indian Primer, 1669, taken from the 
prospectus of a reprint by John Small of Edinburgh, also giving some titles for 
the List of Early American Broadsides, 1743-95; Report of the council, by E.- E. 
Hale : Notice of J. Hammond Trumbull s dictionaries of the language of the 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 45 

Massachusetts Indians, by E. E. Hale ; Note en the printed literature of the 
Massachusetts Indians ; Initiations into adolescence, by G. Stanley Hall ; Mrs. 
Mary Rowlandson s removes, 1675-6, map, by II. S. Nourse ; The Massachu 
setts Bay currency, 1690-1750 The plates, by Andrew McFarland Davis; A 
flag episode, 1775, by Thomas C. Mendenhall ; Rufus Putnam, and his pioneer 
life in the northwest, by Sidney Crawford ; Index. (2O7 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series, Vol. xiu. April, 
1899-April, 1900. Worcester, 1901. 
8vo, pp. 538. 

Contents : Memoirs of Lewis Henry Boutell, Edward Gay Mason, Philipp 
Johann Joseph Valentini ; The development of the American people, by William 
B. Weeden ; The Boston meetings of the American Antiquarian Society, by 
Chas. A. Chase ; Report of the librarian, by Edmund M. Barton ; Certain addi 
tional notes touching upon the subjects of ignominious punishments and of the 
Massachusetts currency, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; What caused the de 
portation of the Acadians ? by James* P. Baxter ; Remarks upon "American 
jurisdiction of the Bishop of London in colonial times," by various members of 
the society ; Original deeds, accounts, and correspondence relating to the 
Tantiusque black lead mine in the vicinity of Sturbridge, 1644-1776, presented 
to the Society by Robert C. Winthrop ; Memoirs of W. S. Perry, O. C. Marsh, 
Reuben A. Guild, William S. Barton, Charles M. Lamson, Robert Clarke; The 
writing of history, by James P. Baxter ; Reports of officers ; The American juris 
diction of the Bishop of London in colonial times, by Simeon E. Baldwin ; 
Copy of the original patent of April 28, 1634, Patent roll, no. 2650 ; Draft in 
English, of Patent of April 28, 1634 ; Extract from the instructions to Gov. 
Shirley, in 1741. Several great libraries, by James Frothingham Ilunnewell ; 
Andros records, by Robert N. Toppan ; The Forest of Dean, by John Bellows ; 
The Craigie House, Cambridge, during its occupancy by Andrew Craigie and his 
widow, by Samuel Swett Green ; A philanthropist of the last century identified 
as a Boston man, Francis Green (Philocophus), by Alexander Graham Bell; 
William Paine, by George E. Francis ; Some facts about John and Sebastian 
Cabot, by George Parker Winship ; Some notes on Isaiah Thomas and his 
Worcester imprints, by Charles L. Nichols ; The Mascoutins, by Lucien Carr ; 
Andros s proclamation money, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; Necrology ; Index. 

(20S 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series, Vol. xiv. October, 
1900, October, 1901. Worcester, Mass., 1902. 
8vo, pp. vi, 520. 

Contents : Proceedings ; Subscription in 1793 that the State capital be moved 
to Worcester, with remarks by Geo. F. Hoar ; Necrology : John Nicholas 
Brown, William Crowninshield Endicott, Cyrus Hamlin, Samuel Jennison, John 
Elbridge Hudson, Charles Jeremy Hoadly ; The Boston Massacre, by Samuel 
A. Green ; Reports of officers ; Student customs, by G. Stanley Hall ; Mrs. 
Lucretia (Chandler) Bancroft s letter to her daughter, Mrs. Gherardi, with intro 
duction by Horace Davis ; Historical notes on the letter, by Andrew McFarland 
Davis ; Remarks by Geo. F. Hoar on some laud purchased of John Hancock 
by Stephen Salisbury, sr. ; Remarks by Edward Everett Hale on the Dictionary 
of the Natick Language, by J. II. Trumbull ; Remarks by Andrew McFarland 
Davis on the value of the estate of John Chandler, American Loyalist ; 
Japanese circular in behalf of the Perry monument in Japan, presented by 
Geo. F. Hoar ; Necrology : Mandell Creightou, Edward Elbridge Salisbury ; 
Land titles of the society, by Charles A. Chase ; Report of the librarian : Pros 
pectus of the Literary Exchange, 1810, issued by John Howard Payne : Adver 
tisement of an electrical exhibition at Faneuil Hall, from the Boston Evening 
Post, April 24, 1751 ; Manteo and Jack Straw, by William T. Forbes : The 
Province Snow, " Prince of Orange," by Waldo Lincoln, with appendices, A. 
Extracts from Massachusetts archives and records of the Court and Council, 
July, 1740-4 ; Muster rolls of the Snow Prince of Orange, 1740-2. B. Extracts 
from Boston newspapers, 1740-5 ; Copy of a letter from Increase Mather to 
Joseph Parsons, 1705 ; Necrology : Cushman Kellogg Davis, Robert Noxon Top- 
pan ; Charles Allen of Worcester, by George F. Hoar ; Reminiscences of John 
Fiske, by Samuel Swett Green ; The Confederacy and the Transvaal, by Charles 
Francis Adams ; England of the time of the War of Independence, by John Bel 
lows ; Archaeological and ethnological research in the United States, by Frederic 
W. Putnam ; " The Sale of Tantiusques," an early mining venture in Massa 
chusetts, by George F. Haynes ; Index. (2O9 



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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series. Vol. xv. April, 
1902-April, 1903. Worcester, 1904. 

Svo, pp. vi, 472. 

Contents : Proceedings ; Report of the Council ; Mary Griffin and her creed, by 
Egbert C. Smyth ; Report of the librarian ; Greek archaeology, by Austin S. 
Garver ; A bit of unpublished correspondence between Henry D. Thoreau and 
Isaac T. Hecker, by E. Harlow Russell ; The King Alfred Millennial, by Edwin 
D. Mead ; Gosnold at Cuttyhunk, by Edward Everett Hale ; Brewster auto 
graph in Wisconsin, by James D. Butler ; Remarks on Shays s Rebellion, by 
Charles Francis Adams ; Three commonwealths Massachusetts, Connecticut, 
Rhode Island their early development, by William B. Weeden ; A few notes on 
the Shays Rebellion, by John Noble ; The Connecticut compromise, by George 
F. Hoar ; The painted rocks of Lake Chelan, by William D. Lyman ; Special 
meeting of the Council; Copy of the Fragment on Mummies (Sir Thomas 
Browne s Works) ; Obituary ; Some letters, etc., of John Hancock and Thomas 
dishing, by Allen C. Thomas ; " The fund at Boston in New England," by Andrew 
McFarland Davis ; The navigation of the Connecticut river, by W. De Loss 
Love; Bibliography; Did Sir Thomas Browne write "Fragment on Mummies?" 
by Samuel Swett Green ; Portrait of John Bellows ; Index. (21O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings. New series. Vol. xvi. Octo 
ber, 1903-October, 1904. Worcester, Mass., 1905. 

Svo, pp. vi, (2), 408. 

Contents : Proceedings at the annual meeting ; Report of the council ; Some 
notes upon the genesis of the power loom in Worcester county, by Henry S. 
Nourse ; Report of the treasurer ; Report of the librarian ; The land bank mort 
gages in Worcester county, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; The contributions of 
the American Indian to civilization, by Alexander F. Chamberlain ; Edward 
Woodville Knight Errant, by Roger B. Merriam ; Special meeting of the council 
on the death of Henry S. Nourse ; Proceedings at the semi-annual meeting ; 
Report of the Council ; Obituary Henry Stedman Nourse ; The commercial 
primacy of the United States, by Edmund A. Engler ; Algonquian language and 
literature report by the committee of publication, by Edward E. Hale ; The 
attempted suicide of a Massachusetts town (Pelham), by George H. Haynes ; 
Certain great monuments, by James F. Hunnewell ; Andrew Haswell Green a 
sketch of his ancestry, life, and work, by Samuel Swett Green ; Myths and 
superstitions of the Oregon Indians, by William D. Lyman ; Special meetings 
of the Council on the deaths of Egbert Coffin Smyth and George F. Hoar ; 
Proceedings at the annual meeting ; Report of the council ; Aboriginal languages 
of North America, by Edward E. Hale ; Report of the treasurer ; Report of the 
librarian ; The development of democratic ideas in the Puritan army in 1647, 
by Calvin Stebbins ; Will of Thomas Hore, of Bristol, 1466 : His oaken chest, 
by George F. Hoar and J. Henry Lea; Index. (211-213 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the serni-annual meeting held 
in Boston, April 26, 1905. New series. Vol. xvn, part i. Worcester, 
Massachusetts, 1905. 
8vo, pp. 131. 

Contents : Proceedings at the meeting ; Report of the Council ; Emergent 
treasury-supply in Massachusetts in early days, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; 
A scheme for the conquest of Canada in 1746, by Victor Hugo Paltsits ; Jeremy 
Taylor and religious liberty in the English church, by Daniel Merriman ; An 
ancient instance of municipal ownership, by Samuel Utley ; In re The will of 
Thomas Hore. (214 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting held in 
Worcester October 21, 1905. Worcester, 1906. 
8vo, pp. 133-262. 

Contents : Proceedings ; Labor organizations in ancient and mediaeval times, 
by C. C. Wright ; George F. Hoar, by E. E. Hale ; List of speeches and addresses 
of George F. Hoar ; A notice of Yucatan and its water supply, by David Casares ; 
The Jackson and Van Buren Papers, by William MacDonald ; A page of Ameri 
can history (war with natives in 1847, in Yucatan), by Edward H. Thompson; 
Henry Hitchcock. (214a 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 47 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A discourse of Virginia. By Edward Maria 
Wiugfield, first president of the Colony. Now first printed from the original 
manuscript in the Lambeth Library. Edited, with notes and an introduc 
tion, by Charles Deane. Boston, 1860. 

8vo, pp. 45. Large paper. One hundred copies. (215 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Narrative of a voyage to Spitsbergen in the 
year 1013, etc. With an introduction and notes, by Samuel F. Haven. 
Boston, 1860. 

8vo, pp. 74. Map. Fifty copies. 

Reprinted from Arcliceologia, Vol. iv. (216 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. New England s rarities discovered. By John 
Josselyn, gent. AVith an introduction and notes, by Edward Tuckernian. 
Worcester, 1860. 

8vo, pp. 134. 

Reprinted from Transactions. (217 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks and resolutions commemorative of 
the Hon. Josiah Quincy, by the Society at their first meeting after his death. 
Worcester, 1864. 

8vo, pp. 16. 

The remarks were by George Livermore. 

Reprinted from Proceedings. (218 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks on a Latin inscription lately found 
at Castine, in the State of Maine. [By Charles Folsom. Worcester, 
1864.] 

8vo, pp. 8. . Diagram. No title-page. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 18(34. (219 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks on the Popham celebration of the 
Maine Historical Society. Read before the American Antiquarian Society, 
April 26, 1865. By S. F. Haven. Boston, 1865. 

8vo, pp. 32. 

Reprinted from Proceedings. (22O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks on the early paper currency of 
Massachusetts. Read before the Society, April 25, 1866. By Nathaniel 
Paine. Cambridge, 1866. 

8vo, pp. 66. Tlates. 

Fifty copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (221 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Circular in regard to the publications of the 
Society. Worcester, 1867. 

8vo, pp. 3. (222 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Records of the Council for New England. 
[Edited by Charles Deane.] Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 
1867. Cambridge, 1867. 
8vo, pp. 83. 

The Massachusetts Historical Society s copy has four pages inserted, the first 
three being numbered 48 2 , 48 3 , 48 4 , the last containing errata. They contain 
portions of the record only discovered in 1875, and which are necessarily 
omitted in the original issue. There were also copies issued consisting of the 
pages 53-105, taken from the Proceedings, with a leaf having a half title. (223 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Records of the Council for New England. 
[Edited by Charles Deane.] Cambridge, 1867. 

8vo, pp. 10 (16), 11-83. No title-page. (224 



48 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks on Sebastian Cabot s Mappe-Monde. 
By Charles Deane. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Society. Cam 
bridge, 1867. 

8vo, pp. (2), 8. 

Fifty copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (225 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Records of the Council for New England. 

[Edited by Charles Deane. J Cambridge, 1867. 

8vo, pp. (2), 53-131. No title-page. (22G 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Catalogue of Indian relics. By William A. 

Smith and Stephen Salisbury, jr. Worcester, 1868. 

8vo, pp. 6. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (227 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Indian relics. [Report of Committee upon 
the Collection of Indian Relics.] [Worcester, 1868.] 

8vo, pp. 3-8. No title-page. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (228 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. List of members elected from October, 1855, 
to October, 1868. [Worcester, 1868.] 

Svo, pp. 3. (229 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the American Antiquarian So 
ciety, at a special meeting, held at Worcester, June 2, 1868, to take notice of 
the death of their senior vice-president, Hon. Levi Lincoln. Worcester, 1868. 

8vo, pp. 29. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (23O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A report on the prehistoric man and his asso 
ciates, made to the Society. Read at its semi-annual meeting, April 29, 1868, 
by John Russell Bartlett. Worcester, 1868. 

8vo, pi 31. 

Fifty copies reprinted from the Proceedings. (231 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Report presented at the annual meeting of 
the Society, October, 1821. Second edition. [Cambridge, 1868.] 

8vo, pp. 2 (1). 

Two hundred copies of second edition. Report made by Rejoice Newton and 
Samuel Jennison. (232 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Ancient tumuli in Georgia. By C. C. Jones, 
jr. Worcester, 1869. 

8vo, pp. 29. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (233 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Memorandum of local histories in the library 
of the Society. [Worcester, 1869.] 

8vo, pp. 15. No title-page. 

The Boston Public Library has large paper copy in which the alternate pages 
are blank for additions. (234 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Report of the Council, made April 23, 1869. 
Worcester, 1869. 

Svo, pp. 30. (235 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Report of the Council, made April 27, 1870. 
Worcester, 1870. 
8vo, pp. 29. 
Reprinted from the Proceedings. (236 



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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. On the likelihood of an admixture of Japan 
ese blood on our northwest const. Record of Japanese vessels driven upon 
the northwest coast of America and its outlying islands. Head before the 
Society at their April meeting. By Horace Davis. Worcester, 1872 

8vo, pp. 22. Map. 

Reprinted from the Proceed iiiya. (>< 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A brief notice of the library and cabinet of 
the Society, from the report of the Council, presented April 30, 1873. By 
Nathaniel Paine. Worcester, 1873. 
Svo, pp. 59. Plates. 
One hundred and fifty copies printed. (*>3- 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An essay on the Star-Spangled Banner and 
national songs. By Stephen Salisbury. Read before the Society, October 
21, 1872. Worcester, 1873. 
Svo, pp. 15. 

Reprinted from the ProcecdiiKjs. (2:J7 

Same [second edition], with additional notes and songs. Worcester, 1873. 
Svo, pp. 24. 
One hundred copies. (38 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Early maps of America; and a note on Rob 
ert Dudley and the Ammo del Mare. Read before the Society. October 
21, 1873, by Edward E. Hale. Worcester, 1874. 

Svo, pp. 10. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (i>j w 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The history of printing in America, with a 
biography of printers and an account of newspapers. In two volumes. 
By Isaiah Thomas. Second edition. With the author s corrections and 
additions and a catalogue of American publications previous to the Revolu 
tion of 1770. Published under the supervision of a special committee of the 
Society. Albany. 1874. 

Svo, Vol. i, pp. Ixxxvi, 423; Vol. n. pp. viii, <;>;, 47. Portrait. Folded plate. 

Also form Vols. v and vr of the Arclia olo</ia Americana. The catalogue of 

pre- Revolutionary publications was compiled hy S. F. Ihnen. C24o 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. List of the publications of the Society, with 
prices. [Worcester], 1874. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Massachusetts and Maine, their union and 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings on the presentation of a portrait 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The centennial of the Massachusett 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Mexican paper: An article of tribute; its 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Notes on the bibliography of Yucatan and 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Robert Boyle, a study in biography. Paper 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Abstract of an account of recent archaeolog 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An ancient document of the house of Wash 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Notes on the history of witchcraft in Massa 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Olmecas and the Tultecas. A study in 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A partial index to the Proceedings of the 
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the Society to April, 1883. with prices of such as are now held by the 
Society. By Nathaniel Paine. Worcester, 1883. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Saxon tithingmen in America. Read before 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Memoir of Dr. Karl Hermann Berendt By 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Notes on titbing-men and the ballot in Mas 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. On stone implements in Asia. By Heinrich 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Origin of New England towns, their powers 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The province laws of Massachusetts. A 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The relations between Hamilton and Wash 
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AMEKTCAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 57 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. [Remarks upon the antiquity of man in 
America, based upon objects lately received at the Peabody Museum of 
American Archaeology.] [Worcester, 3884.] 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. List of officers and members, October, 188 i. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. First essays at banking and the first paper 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Action of the Council of the American Anti 
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1884. Tributes from other sources. Worcester, 18X5. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Biographical notice of Charles Oliver Thomp 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Biographical notice of Itear-Admiral George 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The history of Connecticut, as illustrated by 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Necrology 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Note-book kept by Thomas Lechford, 
lawyer in Boston, Massachusetts Bay, from -Tune L>,, 
[Edited by Edward Everett Hale, jr.] Cambridge, 

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Also published as Vol. vn of the Transactions of the Soc.ety. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The obligations of New England to 1 
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(32O 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Officer* elected October, 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Semi-lunar and crescent-shaped 

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58 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archaeological research in Yucatan. By Ed 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The connection of Massachusetts with slavery 
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188G, by Charles Deane. Worcester, 1886. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks on Central American jades. By 
Frederick W. Putnam. Worcester, 1886. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The use of the voluntary system in the main 
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historical portion of the report of the Council of the Society, presented April 
28, 1886. Worcester, 1886. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The colony of Nox, from Proceedings of the 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Estimates of population in the American col 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Explorations at Labna, Yucatan. By Ed 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A list of Mather publications added to the 
library of the American Antiquarian Society, from April, 1880, to April, 
1887. By Edmund Barton. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Pliny Earle Chase. A memoir prepared for 
the Society, April 27, 1887, by Samuel S. Green. [Worcester, 1887.] 

8vo, pp. 8. Portrait. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Report of the treasurer, April 1, 1887. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Roxbury Latin School, an outline of its 
history. By J. Evarts Greene. Worcester, 1887. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Selections from letters received by David 
Daggett, 1786-1802. Read at the semi-annual meeting of the Society, April 
27, 1887, by Franklin B. Dexter. Worcester, 1887. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Some great charitable trusts of Great Britain. 
By Charles A. Chase. Worcester, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 50. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Bibliographical notes on witchcraft in Mas 
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Library. Read before the Society, April 25, 1888. Worcester, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 31. (45 
AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Cambridge Press. By Andrew McFar- 

land Davis. From Proceedings of the Society, April 25, 1888. Worcester, 
1888. 

8vo, pp. 9 (1). (34<J 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Early books and libraries. By Stephen 
Salisbury. Worcester, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 35. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 188S. ( .147 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Extracts from letters 011 explorations in 
Yucatan. By Edward H. Thompson. 

8vo, pp. 10. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1888. (34S 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The first scholarship at Harvard College. 
From Proceedings of the Society, October 21, 1887. By Andrew McFarland 
Davis. Worcester, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 13. (349 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. King Philip s War ; with special reference to 
the attack on Brookfield in August, 1675. From Proceedings of the Society, 
October 21, 1887. By Grindall Reynolds. Worcester, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 21. (50 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The legislative history of the Ordinance of 
1787. By John M. Merriam, A. M. Presented at the semi-annual meeting 
of the Society, April 25, 1888. Worcester, 1888. 

Svo, pp. 42. ( 351 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Monetary unification. By Robert N. Toppan. 
Worcester, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 14. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Portal at Labna, Yucatan. By Edward H. 
Thompson. Worcester, 1888. 

Svo, pp. 4. Plate. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society in the matter of 
the Winthrop sword, at the semi-annual meeting in Boston, April 25, 1888. 
Worcester, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 13. < 354 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Roger Williams, freeman of Massachusetts. 
From Proceedings of the Society, October 21, 1887. By Reuben A. Guild. 
Worcester, 1888. 

Svo, pp. 8. (355-35G 



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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Bathsheba Spooner : incidental remarks made 
at the annual meeting of the Society, held in Worcester, October 22, 1888. 
By Samuel Swett Green, A. M. Reprinted from the Proceedings. Wor 
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-AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Christian religion and the common law. 
By P. Emory Aldrich. Worcester, 1889. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Correspondence between Roger Sherman and 
Samuel Hopkins. By Andrew P. Peabody. Worcester, 1889. 
Svo, pp. 27. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Nephrite and Jadeite. By Leonard P. Kin- 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The site of the first college building at Cam 
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Svo, pp. 20. Plans. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Cranium from Progroso. Yucatan. By Franz 
Boas. Worcester, 1890. 
Svo. pp. 10. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The early college buildings at Cambridge 
From Proceedings of the Society, April ::<>, 1890. By Andrew McFarland 
Davis. Worcester. 1890. 

Svo, pp. 2!). 

(363 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Illustrated Americana, 1498-1889. Articles 
read before the Society by James F. Ilnnnewell. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. List of members. January 1, 1890. Worces- 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The navigation laws, by Edward Channing 
hundred copies reprinted from the Proceedings, October 23, 1889 of the 
American Antiquarian Society. Worcester, 1890. 

Svo. pp. 22 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY The Peabody Museum of American Arclire- 
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t(?l* J_O*JO. 



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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Report of the council of the Society (with 

an article on.) The Farmer s Weekly Museum. By Andrew P. Peabody 

Worcester, 1890. * 

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AMKKICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Robert College, Constantinople. By Cyrus 
Haiulin. From Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, October 
23, 1889. Worcester, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 10. (3 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The aborigines of Australia. A paper read 

before the Society, April 30, 1890. By Edward G. .Porter. Worcester, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 22. Three plates. (. J7O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Necrology of the Society. By Samuel A. 
Green. 

8vo, pp. G. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Charles Devens, Henry M. Dexter, Edward I. 
Thomas. Extract from the Report of the Council, read to the Society, 
April 29, 1891. By George E. Hoar. Worcester, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 17. ( a7a 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Dr. Schlieinann and the archaeological value 
of his discoveries. By Thomas Chase. Worcester, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 10. 

From Proceedings, April 20, 1801. (- 573 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A forgotten patriot, (Jen. John Whetcomb. 
By Henry S. Nourse. Worcester, 1891. 
8vo, pp. ir>. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. George Bancroft. By Samuel Swett Green. 
From Proceedings of the Society, April 2!), 18 ( .1. Worcester, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 22. ( ;s7r> 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Government in Canada and the United 
States compared. By George F. Hoar. From Proceedings .of the Society. 
April 29, 1891. Worcester, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 23. ( :17 

AMKKICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The northern boundary of Massachusetts in 

its relations to New Hampshire. A part of the Council s report made to the 

American Antiquarian Society at Worcester. October 21, 1890. By Samuel 

A. Green, M. D. Worcester, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 24. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Reminiscences of Dr. John Park. By Ed 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Index to the Proceedings of the Society. 

New series, Vol. vn, October, ISDO-October, 1891. With by-laws of the 

Society and rules and regulations of the library. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The French-Canadians in New England. By 

Egbert C. Smyth. Worcester, 1892. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Galapagos Islands. By George Baur. 
Worcester, 1892. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Hamilton Barclay Staples. By r. Emory 
Aldrich. Worcester, 1892. 
8vo, pp. 9. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Historic burial-places of Boston and vicinity. 
By John M. Merriam. Worcester, 1892. 

8vo, pp. 39. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The history of the earth in libraries and mu 
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SA O, pp. 47. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Illustrated Americana of the Revolution. 
By James F. Huunewell. 

8vo, large paper, pp. (2), 51. 

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1891. (385 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The landfall of Columbus at San Salvador. 
By Philipp J. J. Valentin!. Worcester, 1892. 

Svo, pp. 19. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Necrology of the American Antiquarian So 
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Dom Pedro II de Alcantara, John George Metcalf, John Edwin Mason, Charles 
Babcock Salisbury. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Results of Columbus s discovery. By Ed 
ward E. Hale. Worcester, 1892. 

8vo, pp. 25. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Some Rhode Island contributions to the intel 
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George Berkeley]. By William Eaton Foster. Worcester, Mass., 1892. 

8vo, pp. 32. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Thomas Coram in Boston and Taunton ; a 
paper read before the American Antiquarian Society Boston, 27 April, 1892. 
By Hamilton Andrews Hill. Worcester, Mass., 1892. 

8vo, pp. 18. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. William Lincoln. By Charles A. Chase. 
Worcester, 1892. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The ancient structures of Yucatan not com 
munal dwellings ; and Yucatan at the time of its discovery. By Edward II. 
Thompson. Worcester, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 14. Plates. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The British Public Record Office and the 
material in it for early American history. By W. Noel Saiusbury. Wor 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Lady Mowlson scholarship at Cambridge. 
By Andrew McFarland Davis. Worcester, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 9. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The life of Thomas Harrison, major-general 
in the army of the Commonwealth of England, and one of the judges of 
King Charles I. By Charles H. Firth. Worcester, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 77. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks of Nathaniel Paine on reproducing 
early newspapers. 

8vo, pp. 3. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Santa Fe trade; its route and its char 
acter. By J. Evarts Greene. Worcester, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 20. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Wheeler s defeat, 1(375. Where? At Mem- 
ininiisset meadow. A paper read before the Society, October 21, 1893. By 
Samuel Abbott Green. [Boston, 1893.] 

8vo, pp. 4. Folded map. No title-page. Half title. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The world of commerce in 1492. By William 
Babcock Weeden. Worcester, Mass., 1893. 

8vo, pp. 18. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Aborigines of the West Indies. By Fred 
erick A. Ober. Worcester, Mass., 1894. 

8vo, pp. 46. 

" From Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, at the semi-annual 
meeting, held in Boston, April 25, 1894." (4OO 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The archives of Harvard College. By Justin 
Winsor, librarian of Harvard College. Worcester, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 4. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Concord. By John M. Merriain. Worcester, 
1894. 

8vo, pp. 19. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Edmund Burke ; his services as agent of the 
province of New York. By Calvin Stebbins. Worcester, 1894. 

Svo, pp. 15. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The new found journal of Charles Floyd, a 
sergeant under Captains Lewis and Clark. By James Davie Butler. 
Worcester, Mass., 1894. 
8vo, pp. 30. 

" From Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, at the semi-annual 
meeting, held in Boston, April 25, 1894." 

Published from a manuscript in the collection of the Wisconsin State His 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. On some sccial distinctions at Harvard ami 
Yale before the Revolution. By Franklin Bowditch Dexter. Worcester 
1894. 

Svo, pp. 28. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The past in the present in Asia. By John 
Bellows. Worcester, 1894. 
8vo, pp. 23. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Analysis of the pictorial text inscribed on 
two Palenque tablets. By Philipp J. J. Valentini. Worcester, 1895. 
8vo. pp. 24. 
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ANTIQUARIAN. SOCIETY. The food of certain American Indians and 
their methods of preparing it. By Lucien Carr. AYorcester, 1895. 
Svo, pp. 38. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Hamilton Andrews Hill, LL. U., 1827-1895. 
By Edward G. Porter, n. p., n. d. 
Svo. pp. (j. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Law of adultery and ignominious punish 
ments. By Andrew McFarland Davis. Worcester, 1895. 

Svo. pp. , !2. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A list of early American imprints, 1040- 
1700, belonging to the library of the American Antiqunrian Society. With 
an introduction and notes, by Nathaniel Paine. Worcester, 1890. 
Svo, pp. 80. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Quality the prevailing element in repre 
sentation. | in New England]. By William B. Weeden. Worcester, 1895. 
Svo, pp. 32. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The rival claimants for North America, 1497- 
1755. By Justin AVinsor. Worcester, 1895. 
Svo, pp. 21. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Scotch-Irish in America. By Samuel 
5wett Green. A paper read as the report of the Council of the American 
Antiquarian Society, at the semi-annual meeting. April 24, 1895, with corre 
spondence called out by the paper. Worcester, Mass., 1895. 
8vo, pp. 59. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Some early writings of Jonathan Edwards, 
1714-1726. By Egbert C. Smyth. Worcester, 189(5. 

8vo, pp. 39. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Analysis of the pictorial text inscribed on 
two Palenque tablets. By Philipp J. J. Valentini. Worcester, 189G. 

8vo, pp. 21. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Ancient tombs of Palenque. By Edward H. 
Thompson. Worcester, 189G. 

8vo, pp. 6. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. History of explorations in the Mississippi 
valley. By Stephen D. Peet Worcester, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 35. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Legislation and litigation connected with the 
Land Bank of 1740. By Andrew McFarland Davis. Worcester, Mass., 1896. 

8vo, pp. 40. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The literature of witchcraft in New England. 
By Justin Wiusor. Worcester, 1896. 
8vo, pp. 25. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Lucius Robinson Paige. Memorial sketch. 
[By Albert H. Hoyt] Worcester, 1897. 
12mo, pp. 11. 
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AMHRICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Notes on early American literature. By 
James F. Hunnewell. Worcester, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 17. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Our dealings with the Indians. By J. Evarts 
Greene. Worcester, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 22. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY . Benjamin Apthorp Gould. By Andrew 
McFarland Davis. Worcester, Mass., 1897. 

8vo, pp. 18. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Dr. Saugrain s Relation of his voyage down 
the Ohio river from Pittsburgh to the Falls in 1788. By Eugene F. Bliss. 
Worcester, 3897. 

8vo, pp. 14. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Dress and ornaments of certain America n 
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8vo, pp. 76. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The General Court and Land Bank Litigants. 
By Andrew McFarland Davis. Worcester, 1897. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A list of early American broadsides, 1680- 
1800, belonging to the library of the American Antiquarian Society. With 
an introduction and notes. By Nathaniel Paine. Worcester, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 64. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Memoir of Francis Amasa Walker. By 
Henry W. Haynes. Worcester, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 9. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The permanence of the Greek type. By Ed 
win A. Grosvenor. Worcester, 1897. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Some great trusts in the United States. By 
Charles A. Chase. Worcester, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 17. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Twenty unsettled miles in the northeast 
boundary. By Thomas C. Mendenhall. Worcester, 1897. 
8vo, pp. 25. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Bradford manuscript. Account of the 
part taken by the American Antiquarian Society in the return of the Brad 
ford manuscript to America. Worcester, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 108, 5 port. (incl. front.) (434 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Early New England catechisms. A biblio 
graphical account of some catechisms published before the year 1800, for 
use in New England. Read, in part, before the American Antiquarian 
Society, at its annual meeting in Worcester, October 21, 1897, by Wilber- 
force Eanies. Worcester, Mass., 1898. * 

4to, iv, [5\]-lll pp. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. An historical study of the powers and duties 
of the presidency in Yale college. By Franklin B. Dexter. Worcester, 
1898. 

8vo, pp. 18. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. James Hammond Truiubull. By Franklin 
B. Dexter. Worcester, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 9. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. John Winthrop, Junior, Governor of Con 
necticut, 1657. By Frederick J. Kingsbury. Worcester, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 14. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Justin Winsor. By James L. Whitney. 
Worcester, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 8. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A flag episode. By Thomas C. Mendenhall. 
Worcester, 1899. 
8vo, pp. 8. 

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First flag of the Union ever displayed in a foreign port was made and hoisted 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Certain additional notes touching upon the 
subjects of ignominious punishments and of the Massachusetts currency. 
By Andrew McFarland Davis . . . Worcester, Mass., 1899. 
8vo, pp. 9. 

From Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, at the semi-annual 
meeting, April 26, 1899. (441 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Initiations into adolescence. By G. Stanley 
Hall. Worcester, 1899. 

8vo, pp. 36. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Massachusetts Bay Currency, 3t>90-1750. 
By Andrew McFarland Davis. Worcester, Mass., 1899. 
8vo, pp. 17. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Mrs. Mary Rowlandsoii s removes. By Henry 
S. Nourse. Worcester, 1899. 
8vo, pp. 11. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Rufus Putnam and his pioneer life in the 
Northwest. By Sidney Crawford. Worcester, 1899. 

8vo, pp. 26. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. What caused the deportation of the Aca- 
dians? By James P. Baxter. Worcester, 1899. 

8vo, pp. 29. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The American jurisdiction of the Bishop of 
London in Colonial times. By Simeon E. Baldwin. Worcester, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 179-221. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Andros s Proclamation Money. By Andrew 
McFarland Davis. Worcester, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 11. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Boston massacre, March 5, 1770 ; a part 
of the Council s report made to the American Antiquarian Society at its 
annual meeting in Worcester, October 24, 1900. By Samuel A[bbott] 
Green. Worcester, Mass., C. Hamilton, 1900. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Craigie house, Cambridge, during its 

occupancy by Andrew Craigie and his widow. By Samuel Swett Green. 

From Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, at the semi-annual 

meeting, April 25, 1900. Worcester, Mass., 1900. 

4to, pp. 43. (45O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Forest of Dean. By John Bellows. 

Worcester, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 28. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Mascoutins. By Lucien Carr. Worces 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Memoir of John Elbridge Hudson. By 
Francis Blake. Worcester, 1900. 
Svo, pp. 7. Portrait. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Memoir of John Nicholas Brown. 
8vo, pp. 4. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Notes of the life and character of Dr. Wil 
liam Pa-ine. By George E. Francis. Worcester, 1900. 

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AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A philanthropist of the last century identified 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Reuhen Aldridge Guild, A. M., LL. I)., 
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ana Guild. Worcester, 1900. 

Svo, pp. 4. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Several great libraries. By James F. Ilun- 
newell. Worcester, 1900. 

Svo, pp. 15. 

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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Some facts about John and Sebastian Cabot 
By George P. Winship. Worcester, 1900. 
8vo, pp. 22. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Some notes on Isaiah Thomas and his 
Worcester imprints. By Charles L. Nichols. Worcester, 1900. 
Svo, pp. 21. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The writing of history. By James P. Baxter. 
Worcester, 1900. 
8vo, pp. 12. 
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AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Confederacy and the Transvaal ; a 
people s obligation to Robert E. Lee, by Charles Francis Adams; a paper 
read before the American Antiquarian Society, at its annual meeting in 
Worcester, Massachusetts, Wednesday, October 30th, 1901. Boston, 1901. 

8vo, pp. 25 [1]. 

At head of title: 1865-3900. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings, October, 1901. (462 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY . Diary of Christopher Columbus Baldwin, 
librarian of the American Antiquarian Society 1829-1835. Worcester, 
Mass., Pub. by the Society, 1901. 

Svo, pp. xx, [5]-380. front, (port.) 1 pi. 

" The Council of the society, on October 20, 1899, authorized the Committee of 
publication to print the diary. The work of editing has been done by one of 
their number, Nathaniel Paine." 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 69 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Mrs. Lucretia (Chandler) Bancroft. A let 
ter to her daughter, Mrs. Gherardi, with introduction by Horace Davis, and 
historical notes by Andrew McFarland Davis. Worcester, Massachusetts, 
1901. 

8vo, pp. 37. front, (port.) 

From Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, at the annual meeting. 
October 24, 1900. ( 4O4 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Province Snow, " Prince of Orange." 
By Waldo Lincoln. From Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, 
at the semi-annual meeting, April 2, 1901. Worcester, Mass., 1901. 

8vo, pp. 57. (465 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Roll of membership, with a list of officers, 
June, 1901. Worcester, Massachusetts, 1901. 

8vo, pp. xx. (46 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Student customs. By G. Stanley Hall. 
Worcester, 1901. 

8vo, pp. 44. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1900. (407 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Archaeological and ethnological research in 

the United States : a brief summary for 1901, by F. W. Putnam. Reprinted 

from Vol. xiv, Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, October 

meeting, 1901. Worcester, Mass., 1902. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., 461-470 pp. (46S 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A bit of unpublished correspondence between 
Henry D. Thoreau and Isaac T. Hecker. By E. Harlow Russell. Wor 
cester, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 14. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1902. (469 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Brew r ster autograph in Wisconsin. By James 
D. Butler. Worcester, 1902. 
8vo, pp. 6. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1902. (4*7O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Charles Allen of Worcester. By George F. 
Hoar. Worcester, 1902. 
8vo, pp. 56. 
Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Society, October meeting, 1901. (471 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Gosnold at Cuttyhunk. By Edward E. Hale. 
Hale. Worcester, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 7. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1902. (473 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Greek archaeology. By Austin S. Garver. 
Worcester, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 9. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1902. (473 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Land titles of the American Antiquarian 
Society. By Charles A. Chase. Worcester, 1902. 
8vo, pp. 30. 
Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1901. (474 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Mary Griffin and her creed. By Egbert C. 
Smyth. Worcester, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 18. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1902. (475 



70 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The millennial of Alfred the Great By 
Edwin D. Mead. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Anti 
quarian Society, April, 1902. [n. p., 1902?] 

8vo, pp. 30. (476 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Reminiscences of John Fiske ; by Samuel 
Swett Green. From the Proceedings of the meeting of the American Anti 
quarian Society, held October 30, 1901. Worcester, Mass., 1902. 

8vo, pp. 10. (477 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Robert Noxon Toppan. By Henry H. Edes. 
Worcester, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 7. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1901. (478 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. " The Tale of Tantiusque ; " Early mining 
venture in Massachusetts. By George H. Haynes. Worcester, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 29. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1901. (479 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Aristotle s musical problems. Edited by 
J. C. Vollgraff and F. A. Gevaert. Papers presented by James Green. 
Worcester, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 8. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1903. (48O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Connecticut compromise. By George F. 
Hoar. Worcester, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 28. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1902. (481 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Did Sir Thomas Browne write " Fragment on 
Mummies?" By Samuel S. Green. Worcester, 1903. 
8vo, pp. 8. 
Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1903. (482 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. A few notes on the Shays rebellion. By 
John Noble. Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian 
Society, October 21, 1902. Worcester, Mass., 1903. 

8vo, pp. 35. (483 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Fund at Boston in New England. By 
Andrew McFarland Davis . . . Worcester, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 19. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, April 
29, 1903. (484 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The power loom. Its genesis in Worcester 
county. By Henry Stedman Nourse. Worcester, Mass., 1904. 

Svo, pp. 29. 

From Proceedings of the Society, at the annual meeting held in Worcester, 
October 21, 1903. (485 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Medical education in Boston and New York 
in 1827. By Samuel S. and John Green. Worcester, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 6. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1902. (486 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The navigation of the Connecticut river. By 
W. De Loss Love. Worcester, 1903. 
8vo, pp. 59. 
Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1903. (487 



AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 71 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Remarks on the manuscripts in the library 
of the American Antiquarian Society. By Nathaniel Paine, A. M.. Wor 
cester, Mass., 1903. 

8vo, pp. 31. 

" From the Report of the council, presented April 29, 1903." (488 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Some letters and papers of John Hancock, etc. 
By Allen C. Thomas. Worcester, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 19. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1903. (489 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Three commonwealths, Massachusetts. Con 
necticut, Rhode Island; Their early development. By William B. Weeden. 
Worcester, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 37. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1902. (49O 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Andrew Haswell Green ; A sketch, by Samuel 
Swett Green. Worcester, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 23. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the semi-annual meeting of the Society, 
April 27, 1904. (491 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The attempted suicide of a Massachusetts 
town, [Pelhain]. By George H. Haynes. Worcester, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 14. 

Reprinted from Proceedings, April, 1904. (492 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Biographical sketch of Henry Stedman 
Nourse. By E. Harlow Russell. Worcester, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 11. 
Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1903. (493 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Certain great monuments. By James F. 
Hunnewell. Worcester, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 10. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1904. (494 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The commercial primacy of the United States. 
By Edmund A. Engler. Worcester, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 17. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for April, 1904. (495 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Contributions of the American Indian to 
civilization. By Alexander F. Chamberlain. Worcester, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 36. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1903. (496 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Edward Woodville, Knight Errant; study of 
the relations of England and Spain in the latter part of the 15th century. 
By Roger B. Merriman. Worcester, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 20. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings for October, 1903. (497 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Contents of the Proceedings of the American 
Antiquarian Society, 1880-1903, comp. by Nathaniel Paine, A. M. With a 
list of the reprints of special papers, etc., 1883-1904. Worcester, 1905. 
8vo, pp. v, [7]-37. 

Continues the " Partial index to the Proceedings . . . 1812 to 1880," published 
by the society in 1883. ( 49S 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The development of democratic ideas in the 
Puritan army in 1647. By Calvin Stebbins. Worcester, Mass., 1905. 

8vo, pp. 31. 

From Proceedings of the Society, October 21, 1904. (499 



72 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Emergent treasury supply in Massachusetts 
in early days. By Andrew McFarland Davis. Worcester, Mass., 1905. 

8vo, pp. 34. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings, April 26, 1905. (5OO 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Henry Hitchcock. By John Green. [Wor 
cester, Mass., 1905.1 

Svo. pp. 10. Cover-title. 

Read before the American Antiquarian Society, October 21, 1905. (5OOa 

AMERICAN ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Memoir of Charles Kendall Adams. By 
James Davie Butler. Worcester, Mass., 1905. 
8vo, pp. 12. Portrait. 
Reprinted from the Proceedings, April 26, 1905. (5OOb 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual reports, 1854-1863. 

8vo. 

Printed in annual reports of the American Baptist Publication Society, Phila- 
delphia, 1854-1863. (5O1 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The philosophy of history, and the 
Baptist element in history. Address by C. Billings Smith. 

Svo. (5O2 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the eleventh anniver 
sary of the Society, held in Philadelphia, May 23, 1864. Philadelphia, 1864. 

8vo, pp. 16. 

Reports for previous years are printed in the annual reports of the Baptist 
Publication Society. (5O3 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Eleventh annual report, 1864. Phila 
delphia, 1864. 

Svo, pp. 16. (5O4 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The early Baptists of Virginia. An 
address delivered in New York, before the American Baptist Historical So 
ciety, May 10, 1856. By Robt. Boyle C. Howell. Philadelphia, 1857. 

Svo, pp. 120. (5O5 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The American Baptist preaching of the 
seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Address delivered in Boston, before 
the Society, May 12, 1857, at its fourth anniversary. By Silas Bailey. 
Philadelphia, 1858. 
8vo, pp. 46 (2). 

Contains the constitution and a list of officers. 

The address is reprinted in the " Memorial volume of Silas Bailey." Lafay 
ette, Ind., 1876. (5O6 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical vindications : A discourse 
on the province and uses of Baptist history, delivered before the Backus 
Historical Society at Newton, Mass., June 23, 1857. Repeated before the 
American Baptist Historical Society, at New York, May 14, 1859, with ap 
pendixes, by S. S. Cutting. Boston, 1859. 

12mo, pp. 224. (5O7 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The place of Baptists in Protestant 
Christendom. An address before the American Baptist Historical Society, 
in Providence, May 30, 1862. By George R. Bliss. Philadelphia, 1862. 

8vo, pp. 20. (508 



AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 73 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Serampore mission and the mis 
sionaries. An address delivered before the Baptist church in Pittsfield, 
January 8, 1860. By the Hon. Edward A. Newton. Pittsfield, 1862. 

8vo, pp. .30. 

Published by the Society: (5O9 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Unitarian apostasy and the rela 
tions of the Baptists thereto. Address before the Society at its eleventh 
anniversary, by D. C. Eddy. Philadelphia, 1864. 

12mo, pp. 39. (51O 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the seventeenth anni 
versary of the Society, . . . May 23, 1870. Philadelphia, 1S70. 

8vo. (51Oa 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Seventeenth annual report, 1870. 
Philadelphia. 

Svo, pp. 14 (1). (511 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular about the objects of tlie 
Society. May, 1866. 

12mo, pp. 4. (512 

Same, August, 1866. 

12mo, pp. 4. 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the books and manu 
scripts in the library of the Society. August, 1874. [Philadelphia, 1874.] 
Svo, pp. 108, 40. (513 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Twenty-third anniversary of the Soci 
ety, held in the Second Baptist Church, Philadelphia, May 29, 1876. Phila 
delphia, 1876. 

Svo, pp. 15. (514 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Baptist Historical Society. By 
Howard Malcolm. From the Baptist Quarterly. Philadelphia, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 8. *"No title-page. (515 

AMERICAN BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular of information, character, 
constitution, etc. Sept., 1897. Philadelphia [1897]. 

Svo, pp. 14. (516 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 
New York City. 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Transactions, Yols. i, ir. New York, 1845- 
1848. 

Svo, 2 vols. 

Contents : Vol. i. Notes on the semicivilized nations of Mexico, Yucatan, and 
Central America, by Albert Gallatin ; An account of ancient remains in Tennes 
see, by Gerard Troost ; Observations respecting the Grave Creek mound in 
western Virginia, by Henry R. Schoolcraft ; On the recent discoveries of Him- 
yaritic inscriptions and the attempts made to decipher them, by W. W. Turner ; 
Account of the Punico-Libyan monument at Dugga, and the remains of an an 
cient structure at Bless, near the site of ancient Carthage, by Frederick Cather- 
wood. New York, 1845. pp. xiv (2), 401. Plates. (517 

Vol. II. Hale s Indians of Northwest America, and vocabularies of North 
America, with an introduction, by Albert Gallatin; Observations on the aborig 
inal monuments of the Mississippi Valley, by E. G. Squler ; View of the ancient 
geography of the Arctic regions of America, from accounts contained in ojd 
northern MSS., by C. C. Rafn ; Account of a craniological collection, by S. G. 
Morton ; Sketch of the Polynesian language, by Theodore Dwight ; Grammatical 
sketch of the language spoken by the Indians of the Mosquito Shore, by A. 1 
Cotheal ; Present position of the Chinese Empire, by S. Wells Williams ; Sketch 
of the Mpongwes and their language, by Theodore Dwight ; Progress of eth 
nology, by John R. Bartlett. New York, 1848. pp. clxxxviii, 298, 151. (518 



74 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Transactions. Vol. Ill, Pt. i. 1851. 

8vo, pp. 202. 

Contents given on back of the Society s Bulletin. 

Contents : Observations on the Creek and Cherokee Indians, by William Bart- 
ram ; Observations on the archaeology and ethnology of Nicaragua, with some 
account of the present condition of the Indians of that republic, also four new 
vocabularies of languages spoken by the aborigines, hitherto unrecorded, by E. G. 
Squier ; The Rio Wanks and the Mosco or Mosquito Indians A letter from 
Don Juan Francisco Trias ; A Choctaw tradition, by C. C. Copeland ; The ab 
origines of the Isthmus of Panama, by Berthold Sheeman ; Cuban antiquities ; 
a brief description of some relics found in the Island of Cuba, by Andres Poey. 

Vol. in, Pt. i of the Transactions was the last one published and is rare, 
most of the copies having been destroyed by fire in 1851. (519 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Observations on the aboriginal monuments 
of the Mississippi Valley ; the character of the ancient earthworks, and the 
structure, contents, and purposes of the mounds ; with notices of the minor 
remains of ancient art. With illustrations. By E. G. Squier. From the 
second volume of the Transactions of the Society. New York, 1847. 

8vo, pp. 79. Folded map. (52O 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin of the American Ethnological So 
ciety. V. i. [Sept. 1860- Jan. 1861] New York, The Society, 1860-61. 

8vo, pp. 72, 1 pi. 

Issued in conformity with a resolution of the society adopted Dec. 1860. 
Previous to this date at least two pamphlets had appeared containing proceed 
ings of the society : the first, with title " Report on the huacals, or ancient 
graveyards of Chiriqui . . . by J. K. Merritt," including Bulletin for April 
17, May 8, 1860 (14 p.); the second, with title "Bulletin of the American 
ethnological Society," including proceedings for May 22, 1860 (8 p.) 
Bulletin of the proceedings of the American ethnological society . . . 1861 
& 1862. [New York, 1863?] 

8vo, pp. 16. [With its Bulletin. New York, 1860-61. v. 1] 
Caption title. 

Bulletin of proceedings for Jan.-March 1863 is included in a pamphlet pub 
lished by the society, entitled : Officers of the society, 1863. 

No more published. (521 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. . . . Officers of the society, 1863. Origin 
and objects of the society. [New York, 1863?] 

8vo, pp. 16. 
Caption title. 

Includes " Bulletin of the proceedings of the ... society. Jan.-March 
1863." (522 

AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY. . . . Officers in 1869 . . . Origin and ob 
jects of the society. [New York, 1869] 

8vo, pp. 4. 

Caption title. 

Includes biographical notice of Dr. Carl Hermann Berendt. (52:5 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 

New York City. 
[Previous to 1871 called American Geographical and Statistical Society.] 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. The charter and by-laws of 
the American Geographical and Statistical Society. New York, 1852. 
8vo, pp. 12. 

Same. [With] List of members, with the report of the committee proposing 
the by-laws, November, 1861, and subsequent amendments, 1862. New York. 
1862. 8vo, pp. (2), 31. (524 



AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 75 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin of the American Geographical and 
Statistical Society, v. 1-2; 1852-5G. New York, 1852-57. 

8vo, 2 vols. Maps, diagr. 

No more published. 

Not to be confused with the Bulletins which from 1859-1900 formed the 
annual volumes of the " Journal " of the society, and since 1901 form the annual 
volumes of the Bulletin (formerly Journal)." (525 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin of the Society 
Vol. i for the year 1852. New York, 1852. 
8vo, pp. 79 (1). Map. 

Contents : Origin of the Society ; Officers, trustees ; By-Laws ; Transactions ; 
Memoir on the geography, history, productions, and trade of Paraguay, by 
Edward A. Hopkins ; Discoveries in South Africa, letter from Rev. David Liv 
ingston ; A sketch of the trade of the eastern ports of Turkey, in the Black 
Sea, by J. Danesi ; Memorial to the Secretary of the Navy, on the subject of a 
survey of the Rio de La Plata and its tributaries ; Gen. Mosquera and New 
Granada ; Method of geographical observation, by W. F. Hamilton ; Compara 
tive agricultural statistics of the Ignited States, communicated by R. S. Fisher. 

(526 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin of the Society. 
January, 1853. Vol. i, No. 2. New York, 1853. 

8vo, pp. 81-104 (1). Map. 

Contents : Transactions of the Society ; Paper on "Access to an open polar 
sea along a North American meridian," by E. K. Kane ; Officers and trustees. 

(527 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin of the Society, 
Vol. i, Part in, for the year 1854. New York, 1854. 
8vo, pp. 102 (1). Maps. 

Contents : Transactions of the Society : Annual address, by M. F. Maury ; 
Boundary betwaen the United States and Mexico, by Wm. H. Emory ; A descrip 
tion of Natal, by H. A. Wilder ; Interoceanic communications across the Isthmus 
of Panama, or " Darien," by Geo. B. Watts ; Railroad to the Pacific, by Henry 
V. Poor ; Charter of the Society, 1854 ; Officers and trustees. (528 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Access to an open Polar 
Sea, in connection with the search after Sir John Franklin and his com 
panions. By Elisha K. Kane, M. D. Read before the Society, December 14, 
1852. New York, 1853. 

8vo, pp. 24. Folded map. (529 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin of the Society, 
Vol. n, for the year 185G. New York, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 273 (14). 

Contents : Transactions of the Society : Memorial of the Society to the legis 
lature of the state of New York on the subject of the next census ; Report of the 
committee on foreign correspondence and exchange. Papers read before the 
Society : The annual address, being a Paper upon the Gulf Stream, by A. D. 
Bache ; Topography and history of the state of New York, by Horatio Seymour ; 
The post-office in the United States and England, by Pliny Miles ; The agricul 
tural features of the census of the United States for 1850, by Geo. E. Waring, 
jun. ; The Japanese Gulf Stream, by Lieut. Bent, IT. S. N. ; The common school 
system of the state of New York, by S. S. Randall ; Topographical survey of 
New Jersey, by Egbert L. Yiele ; The electric telegraph, its influence and geo 
graphical distributions, by Marshall Lefferts ; Proceedings in honor of the mem 
ory of Elisha Kent Kane ; Members of the Society. ("*< 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Report. American Geo 
graphical and Statistical Society. Regular monthly meeting, March, 1854. 
Capt. Walter M. Gibson on the East Indian Archipelago; a description of 
its wild races of men. New York, 1854. 

8vo, pp. 36. < 531 



76 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. The New York Harbor and 
the improvements necessary, and the removal of the dangers at Hell Gate. 
A paper read before the Society, May 15, 1856. By D. E. Wheeler. New 
York, 1856. 

8vo, pp. 20. Folded chart. (532 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Paper on the Kuro-Siwo, 
or Japan stream. Read before the Society, by Silas Bent, January 24, 

1856. New York, [1856?]. 

8vo, pp. 8. Map. (5.33 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. A paper read before the 
Society, March 6, 1856. By M. C. Perry. New York, 1856. 

8vo, pp. 31. 

On the enlargement of geographical science. (534 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Statenientof the objects & 
organization of the American Geographical and Statistical Society ; with a 
copy of its charter, by-laws, &c. New York, 1856. 
8vo, pp. 21, [2]. 

Same. New York, 1857. 
8vo, pp. [15]. 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. . . . Annual report of the 
council and officers, with appendix. For the year ending third December, 

1857. [New York] 1858. 
8vo, pp. 50, 1 1. 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the library 
of the American Geographical and Statistical Society. Compiled by E. R. 
Straznicky. New York, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 32. (537. 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Report and memorial on 
Syrian exploration. New York, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 28. (53S 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Report of the joint special 
committees of the Chamber of Commerce and American Geographical and 
Statistical Society on the extension of the decimal system to weights and 
measures of the United States. 1857. New York, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 22. (53J) 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Address on the Northwest, 

before the Society, December 2, 1858. By I. I. Stevens. Washington, 1858. 

8vo, pp. 56. (540 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Annual report of the coun 
cil and officers, with appendix, for year ending December, 1857. New York, 
1858. 

8vo, pp. 50 (1). (541 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. The geography and re 
sources of Arizona and Sonora. An address before the Society, by Syl 
vester Mowry, February 3, 1859. Washington, 1859. 
8vo, pp. 47. 

Same. New edition, with an appendix. San Francisco, 1863 

8vo, pp. (6), 124, (2). Map. (542 



AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 77 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Statistical view of Ameri 
can agriculture, its home resources and foreign markets, with suggestions 
for the schedules of the Federal census in I860. Address before the 
Society. By John Jay. New York, 1859. 

12mo, pp. 81. (543 

AMKRICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Journal, v. 1-32; [1859]- 
1900. New York, 1859- [1900]. 

Svo. 32 v. illus., plates, ports., maps, plans, tab., diagrs. 

" From 1859 to 1900 the Bulletins of each year, when hound, were called the 
Journal."- Letter of librarian of the Society (May, 1904). 

Vol. 1 is in 10 numbers ; v. 2 in 2 pts., each with title ; Journal of the 
American Geographical and Statistical Society. 

Vol. 2, pt. 1, published 1860 ; pt. 2, 1870. The publication of the Journal 
was suspended in the interval between the two parts. 

Vols. 3-9 (1872-77) of this set were issued as New York state documents, 
printed at Albany. 

" Bibliography of geographical works published in the United States in 
1898 " : v. 31, p. 299-313. 

The Journal is continued from v. 33, 1901, under title " Bulletin." 

In vols. 124, only articles relating to America are noticed. (544 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. I. New 
York, 1859. 

Svo, pp. vn (1), 310. 

Contents : Northwest America, by Isaac I. Stevens ; Mountains of North 
Carolina; The proposed new territories: Colona (?), Laramie, Nevada, and 
Arizona ; Canals in the TJ. S. in operation ; Railroads in the U. S., completed and 
progressing ; Orography of the western portion of the continent of North Amer 
ica, by Thomas Antisell ; The Colorado expedition ; American agriculture, by 
John Jay ; Statistics of American states ; Arizona and Sonora, by Sylvester 
Mowry ; On the manner of taking a census, by Franklin B. Hough ; The value 
of geography to the scholar, the merchant, and the philanthropist, by Joseph P. 
Thompson ; Geology of New Jersey, by J. II. Cook ; Railroads of Maine & 
New Hampshire, statistics ; California, Oregon, Washington, by T. Dwight 
Hunt ; The Isthmus of Tehuantepec, by John McLeod Murphy ; Statistics of 
Guano ; Connection of the Northmen with the east, by Charles C. Rafn ; New 
York state census, 1855, by Franklin B. Hough ; Ilumboldt Commemoration ; 
The expedition in search for Sir John Franklin, by Capt. F. L. McClintock ; 
South Carolina, her natural resources and agricultural products, by Oscar M. 
Lieber ; Geography and resources of Nebraska, reduced from G. K. Warren s 
, " Explorations in Nebraska and Dakota " ; Lake Superior copper region, statis 

tics ; North American fisheries, by Abraham Gesner ; Benevolent societies among 
the laboring classes, by James Wynne ; General Index. (545 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. n. New 
York, 1860, 1870. 

Svo, pp. xxxii, 148, cxxxiii, 112. In two parts. 

Contents : The progress of marine geography, by D. W. Fiske ; Geographical 
notice of the coast survey operations during the year 1859, by Alexander D. 
Bache ; Some account of the Lake of Yojoa or Taulebe", in Honduras, by E. G. 
Squier ; Carl Ritter, by Arnold H. Guyot ; Benevolent societies among the la 
boring classes, by James Wynne ; Geographical and statistical literature ; 
Transactions of the Society, 1868-70 ; Annual address, by Charles P. Daly ; 
Review of events of the year and recent explorations and theories for reach "ng 
the North Pole ; Address on Arctic exploration, by I. I. Hayes ; Communication 
from Captain Silas Bent upon the routes to be pursued by expeditions to the 
North Pole ; The Northmen in America, by B. F. De Costa ; On the geology of 
Brazil, by Ch. F. Hartt ; Volcanoes and earthquakes, by T. Sterry Hunt. (546 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. m. 1873. [Albany], 1873. 
Svo, pp. viii, 415. 

< Contents : Officers, members, charter, etc. ; Transactions ; Annual address by 
Daniel C. Gilman : The last ten years of geographical work in this country ; 
Physical geography of the northwestern boundary of the United States, by 



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George Gibbs ; Yukon River region, Alaska, by Charles W. Raymond ; Explora 
tions in the Rockj r Mountains and the high peaks of Colorado, by W. H. Brewer ; 
Geographical discoveries in the Arctic regions, by C. F. Hall ; Observations on 
the geography and archaeology of Peru, by E. G. Squier ; The new route of 
commerce by the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, by Simon Stevens ; Contributions to 
the physical geography of the Mississippi River, by Edward Fontaine ; Report 
of the reception by the Society of Captain Hall and his officers previous to their 
departure for the Arctic regions. (547 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. 1873. Vol. iv. [Albany], 1874. 

8vo, pp. (viii) 468. 

Contents : Officers, etc. ; Transactions for 1872 ; Annual address, by Charles 
P. Daly : The geographical work of the world in 1872 ; Geographical work in 
the United States during 1871 annual address, by Daniel C. Gilman ; History 
and authority of the Verrazano map, with a reduced copy of same, by J. Car 
son Brevoort ; Physical geography of the northwestern boundary of the United 
States, by George Gibbs ; Northwestern North America : its resources and its 
inhabitants, by J. T. Rothrock ; On the paleography of North America, by T. 
Sterry Hunt. (548 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. 1874. Vol. v. [Albany], 1874. 

8vo, pp. viii, 272. 

Contents : Officers, etc. ; Transactions for 1873 ; Annual address, by Charles 
P. Daly : The geographical work of the world in 1873 ; The wonders of the 
Yellowstone, by John Gibbon ; The Isthmus of Darien and the Valley of the 
Atrato considered with reference to the practicability of an interoceanic canal, 
by Fred. Collins ; The ruins to be found in New Mexico, by James H. Simpson ; 
The Indian territory and its inhabitants, by E. C. Boudinot ; Causes of mild 
temperature of our interior and westerly northern latitudes, by W. Milnor 
Roberts ; Survey of a portion of the Mexican Gulf coast, by F. II. Baker ; Ex 
plorations in the Aleutian Islands and their vicinity, by Wm. H. Dall ; Work of 
the United States Hydrographic Office in 1873, by R. H. Wyman ; Explorations 
among the ruins of Pachacamac, Peru, by John Schumacher ; The prehistoric 
inhabitants of the Mississippi the mound builders, by D. A. Robertson. (54J> 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. 1874. Vol. vi. [Albany], 1876. 

8vo, pp. (8), 334. 

Contents : Officers, etc. ; Transactions, 1874 ; Annual address, by Charles P. 
Daly : Geographical work of the world for 1873 ; Proceedings at the Arctic 
meeting in relation to the voyage of the Polaris ; Memorial meeting on the death 
of David Livingstone ; The great west and the scenery of our national parks, by 
F. V. Hayden ; Western exploration, by George M. Wheeler ; Explorations of the 
Territories, by E. H. Ruffner ; The new state of Colorado, by Alvan S. SouHi- 
worth. (55O 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. 1875. Vol. vii. [Albany], 1878. 

8vo, pp. viii, 396. 

Contents : Officers, etc. ; Annual report of the council ; Annual address, by 
Charles I*. Daly : Geographical work of the world in 1875 ; Geographical distri 
bution of fish in the United States, by Robert B. Roosevelt ; Village Indians of 
New Mexico, by Ernest Ingersoll ; Physical geography and topographical features 
of the state of New York, by Egbert L. Viele ; Report of the Hydrographic Com 
mission of Peru, on the Amazon River ; Communication of Frederick Collins, 
U. S. N., upon his exploration and survey for a ship canal across the Isthmus 
of Darien. (551 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. 1876. Vol. vm. [Albany], 1878. 

8vo, pp. (8), 311. 

Contents : Officers, etc. ; Transactions, 1876 ; Annual address, by Charles P. 
Daly : The geographical work of the world in 1876 ; Geographical distribution 
of the ancient Central American civilization, by C. II. Berendt ; Surveys and 
reconnoissances from 1870 to 1875 for a ship canal across the American Isthmus, 
by Daniel Ammen ; Discussion upon a proposed interoceanic canal through Nica- 
raugua remarks by T. Bailey Myers ; A discourse on the philosophy of the 
North American Indians, by J. W. Powell ; The river Mackenzie, by A. J. 
Russell, (552 



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AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal, Vol. ix. 1X77. Albany, 1870. 
8vo, pp. (8), 158. 

Contents : Officers, charter, by-hiws, etc. ; The volcanoes of the Pacific coast 
of the United States, by S. F. Emmons ; Some geographical features of Cali 
fornia, by J. A. Johnson ; A synopsis of a paper upon "A summer s exploration 
in the Sierra Nevada," by A. II. Conkling ; Practical hints for Arctic travel 
ing, by John Rae. (553 
AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal, Vol. x. 1878. New York [1879.] 

8vo, pp. Ixii, 298. 

Contents : Officers, charter, by-laws, etc. ; Transactions of the Society, 1878 ; 
Annual address, by Charles P. Daly : Geographical work of the world in 1877 ; 
Interoceanic ship canal across the American Isthmus, by Daniel Ammen, 
U. S. N. ; Journey along the west coast of South America, by Jas. Dougias ; 
Method of approaching New York harbor by sounding proposed by Lieut. Tru- 
delle, F. N., translated by Lieut. T. B. M. Mason, U. S. N. ; Arctic meeting : 
Plan for exploration of the Arctic regions, by H. W. Howgate Addresses by 
Charles P. Daly, Lord Dufferin, Bayard Taylor, William Cullen Bryant, and 
Isaac I. Hayes. (554 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal, Vol. xi. 1879. New York. [1881.] 

8vo, pp. liv, 368. 

Contents : Officers, charter, by-laws, etc. ; Transactions, 1870 ; The early his 
tory of cartography, or What we know of maps and map making before the 
time of Mercator, by Charles P. Daly ; Modern oceanic highways, by A. A. 
Hayes, jr. ; Interoceanic ship canal discussion : The proposed interoceanSc ship 
canal across Nicaragua, by Daniel Ammen ; Letters from Frederick M. Kelley, 
Nathan Appleton, and Walter W. Evans ; Addresses by Charles P. Daly, A. G. 
Menocal, and John Bogart ; Proceedings in the Canal Congress at Paris, May 
23, and in the Fourth Commission, May 2G, 1879 ; Address by A. G. Menocal on 
the Nicaragua route ; Address by Sidney F. Shelbourne on the San Bias route ; 
Address by II. H. Hall on the Tehuantepec route ; Estimates for a ship canal 
railroad, &c., across the Isthmus of Panama, by Henry Tracy ; Table of dis 
tances, by Jesse Young ; Statement of Thos. O. Selfridge, U. S. N., regarding 
his surveys on the Isthmus of Darien ; Objections to the Tehuantepec route, by 
Daniel Ammen, U. S. N. (555 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xn. 1880. New York. 

8vo, pp. liii, 296. 

Contents : List of officers, charter, by-laws, etc. ; Transactions, 1880 ; An 
nual address by Charles P. Daly ; Geographical work of the world in 1878 and 
1879 ; Letter of Lieut. Schwatka, commanding Franklin search party ; The bad 
lands of Wyoming, by John B. McMaster ; A journey around the world, by 
Benjamin R. Curtis ; Arctic exploration, by B. F. De Costa ; Arctic meeting for 
the reception of Lieut. Schwatka and his associates of the Franklin search 
party of 1878-80. (556 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xm. 1881. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ivi, 219. 

Contents : Officers, charter, by-laws, etc. ; Translations, 1881. Recent inves 
tigations of the Gulf Stream by the U. S. Coast and Geodetic steamer Blake, by 
John R. Bartlett ; Chile, its geography, people, and institutions, by James Doug 
las, jr. ; The waterways of New York, by Isaac I. Hayes. (557 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xiv. 1882. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ivi, 306. 

Contents : Officers, etc. ; Transactions, 1882 ; The Gulf Stream additional 
data from the investigations of the Coast and Geodetic steamer Blake, by 
J. R. Bartlett; The exploration of the river. Beni, by E. R. Heath; The fron 
tiers of the United States, by Egbert L. Viele ; The east and west boundary 
line between the United States and Mexico, by Egbert L. Yiele. (558 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xv. 1883. New York. 

8vo, pp. l, 380. 

Contents : List of officers, charter, etc. ; Tranactions, 1883 ; The origin of 
the name of America, from the National History of the Peruvians, by T. H. 
Lambert ; The Philippine Islands : their physical characters, customs of the 



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people, products, earthquake phenomena, and savage trihes, by Samuel Kneeland ; 
Winter grazing in the Rocky Mountains, by Benjamin Alvord ; Mexico : her 
physical geography and resources, by Alfred R. Conkling. (559 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xvi. 1884. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ixvii, 382. 

Contents : Officers, charter, etc. ; Transactions, 1884 ; The growing power of 
the republic of Chile, by Albert G. Browne ; Memorials and footprints of Co 
lumbus, by James Grant Wilson ; A remarkable globe map of the sixteenth cen 
tury, by A. E. Nordenskiold ; A journey in Cumberland Sound and on the west 
shore of Davis strait in 1883 and 1884, by Franz Boas ; Arctic meeting at Chick- 
ering Hall, Nov. 21, 1884 ; Reception of Lieut. A. W. Greely, U. S. A., and his 
surviving companies in the Arctic ; Exploration of the Yukon river in 1883, by 
Frederick Schwatka. (56O 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xvn. 1885. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ixxv, 342. 

Contents : List of officers, charter, etc. ; Tranactions, 1885 ; Paper on the 
nomenclature of cities and towns in the United States, by David Dudley Field ; 
How the settlement of North America has affected its wild animals, by Ernest 
Ingersoll ; John Cabot s land fall, site of Norumbega, by E. N. Horsford ; His 
torical and geographical features of the Rocky Mountain railroads, by James 
Douglas. (561 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. XVIH. 188t>. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ixvi, 374. 

Contents : List of officers, charter, etc. ; Transactions, 1886 ; Mountaineering 
in British Columbia, by Ernest Ingersoll ; The Nicaragua canal, by II. C. 
Taylor ; Hudson Bay Company, 10701870, by George E. Ellis ; Florida and the 
West Indies, by F. A. Ober ; Over the Mexican plateau in a diligence, by A. S. 
Packard ; Some of the geographical features of southeastern Alaska, by 
William Libbey, jr. ; The origin of the name America, by Geo. C. Hurlburt ; An 
cient habitations of the southwest, by James Stevenson. (562 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xix. 1887. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ixv, 448. 

Contents : Officers, charter, etc. ; Transactions, 1887 ; Oceanic islands : their 
physical and biological relations, by Alfred Russel Wallace ; New Mexico : its 
geographical scenes and peoples, by Clarence Pullen ; The great walled river 
(Colorado river), by F. S. Dellenbaugh ; Census and reservations of the Kwa- 
kiutl nation, by Franz Boas ; A year among the Esquimo, by Fr. Boas ; Notes 
on the physical geography of Labrador, by A. S. Packard. (563 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xx. 1888. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ixvii; 558 (1). 

Contents : Officers, charter, etc. ; Transactions, 1888 ; Annual address by 
Chas. P. Daly ; Recent geographical work of the world ; Ancient cities of Amer 
ica, by F. A- Ober ; Commercial geography of the American interoceanic canal, by 
C. II. Stockton ; The City of Mexico, by Clarence Pullen ; The origin of the name 
America, by Geo. C. Hurlbut ; W T ho first saw the Labrador coast? by A. S. Pack 
ard ; The geographical evolution of Labrador, by A. S. Packard ; A summer s 
cruise to northern Labrador, by A. S. Packard ; The Portuguese in the track of 
Columbus, by P. J. J. Valentini ; Lake Mistassini, by Geo. C. Hurlbut ; The prob 
lem of interoceanic communication by way of the American Isthmus, by Anthony 
de Gogorza. (564 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxi. 1899. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ixxvii, 671. 

Contents : Officers, charter, etc. ; Transactions, 1889 ; The Portuguese in the 
track of Columbus, by P. J. J. Valentini ; The Rio San Juan de Nicaragua, by 
R. E. Peary ; The Hawaiian Islands, by Titus Munson Coan ; The Great Basin, 
by W. II. Brewer ; Para and the Amazons, by Wm. B. Ogden ; Problem of inter 
oceanic communication by way of the American Isthmus, by Anthony de Go 
gorza ; Geographical notes; Washington letter, (565 



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AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxn. 1890. New York. 

8vo, pp. Ixxiii, 666. 

Contents : Officers, charter, etc. ; Transactions, 1890 ; Canada, the land of 
waterways, by Watson Griffin ; Some notes on the upper Amazon, by Courtenay 
De Kalb ; Condition and prospects of Brazil, by G. W. Chamberlain ; Geograph 
ical notes, by Geo. C. Hurlbut ; Washington letter. (566 
AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxm. 1891. New York, 
[1891.] 

8vo, pp. cxiii, 665. 

Contents : List of officers, charter, etc. ; Transactions, 1891 ; The Great Ama 
zon : personal investigations on the river and its upper valley, by Courtenay 
De Kalb ; Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, by H. C. Hovey ; Dr. John Rae s Arctic 
explorations letter from John Rae ; Native copper of Michigan, by E. B. Ilins- 
dale ; Markham s Life of Sir John Franklin a letter from John Rae ; A. Garcia 
Cubas on Mexico, by Geo. C. Hurlbut ; The Colorado desert and its recent flood 
ing, by B. A. Cecil Stephens ; Report of explorations in northern Mexico, by 
Carl Lumholtz ; Santo Domingo city, by Nathan Appleton ; Winsor s Columbus, 
by Geo. C. Hurlbut ; Cliff dwellings of the Mesa Verde, by W. R. Birdsall ; Geo 
graphical notes ; Washington letter. (567 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxiv. 1892. New York, 
[1892]. 

8vo, pp. Ixxiii, 638. 

Contents : List of officers, etc. ; Transactions, 1892 ; Exploration on Grand 
River, Labrador, by Austin Cary ; U. S. atlas sheets and census bulletins (to 
June 80, 1890), by J. II. Hickox ; Americus Vespucius, by Elial F. Hall; 
Elisee Reclus on the United States, by Geo. C. Hurlbut ; The Rio de La Plata : 
its basin, geography and inhabitants, by Thomas Morong ; The Vinland voyages, 
by Charles Sprague Smith ; The language of the Mosquito shore, by Wm. D. 
Farrington ; Harrisse s Discovery of North America, by Geo. C. Hurlbut ; Geo 
graphical notes ; Washington letter. (568 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxv. 1893. New York, [1893]. 

8vo, pp. Ixxvii, 609. Portraits. Maps. 

Contains the following papers : Have we a portrait of Columbus ? by C. P. 
Daly ; Northern Mexico, by Carl Lumholtz ; The misfortunes of an obelisk, by 
A. A. Julian ; The finger lakes of New York, by A. P. Brigham ; Honduras, by 
E. W. Perry ; Nicaragua : Studies on the Mosquito shore in 1892, by C. De Kalb ; 
The wild peoples of farther India, by C. W. Rosset ; Geographic names of 
Angola, West Africa, by H. Chatelain ; The geographical and architectural 
monuments of mediaeval Europe, by E. L. Viele ; Life in the wilds of Central 
Africa, by E. J. Glave ; Greece and modern Athens, by Annie S. Peck ; Bantu 
notes and vocabularies, by H. Chatelain. (569 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxvi. 1894. New York, [1894]. 

8vo, pp. xlix (31), 582. Maps. 

Contains the following papers : The social and political development of the 
South American people, by C. De Kalb; Mexico, a Central American State, by 
M. Romero ; Bantu notes and vocabularies, by II. Chatelain ; The Japanese 
life and customs, by K. R. M. Hirai ; The sacred symbols and numbers of 
aboriginal America in ancient and modern times, by F. Parry ; A bibliography 
of the Mosquito coast of Nicaragua, by C. De Kalb ; The American cave-dwellers, 
by C. Lumholtz ; Fur seals and the Bering Sea arbitration, by J. Stanley Brown ; 
The Cape York ironstone, by R. E. Peary ; The condition of woman in ancient 
Egypt, by Lysander Dickerman. (57O 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxvu. 1895. New York, [1895]. 

8vo, pp. (6), 442. Map. 

Contains the following papers : The mapping of New York State, by Henry 
Gannett ; Reports of a conference on geography, by Israel C. Russell ; The U. S. 
Geological Survey in 1894, by Marcus Baker ; A journey up the Yukon river, by 
Israel C. Russell ; The composite origin of topographic forms, by Albert Perry 
Brigham : Stampede Pass, Cascade Range, Washington, by Virgil G. Bogue ; The 
Coast Desert of Peru, by Alfred F. Sears ; Indian Territory, by Henry Gannett ; 

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The development of the geological atlas of the United States, by Bailey Willis ; 
The American Association ; Topography and scenery of Northern India, by Her 
bert M. Wilson ; Greenland Scientific Expedition ; The North Greenland Scien 
tific Expedition. (571 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxvm. 188(5. New York, [ 189G] . 

8vo, pp. (6), 467. Maps. 

Contains the following papers : Geographical notes in Alaska, by W. II. Dall ; 
Work in North Greenland in 1894 and 1895, by R. E. Peary ; The internal 
slave trade in Africa ; The physical geography of New York State, by R. S. Tarr ; 
The Alaskan boundary, by Marcus Baker ; Geography from Nature, by R. E. 
Dodge ; Mountaineering in Alaska, by Israel C. Russell ; The Indians of British 
Columbia, by Franz Boas ; A Graphic History of the United States, by Henry 
Gannett ; The topographic work of the U. S. Geological Survey in 1895, by 
Henry Gannett ; Mexico, by M. Romero, Mexican Minister at Washington ; The 
utmost waters of the Missouri River, by J. V. Brewer. (572 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxix. 1897. New York. [ 1897]. 

8vo, pp. (6), 494. 

Contains the following papers : The influence of geographic environment, by 
Cosmos Mindeleff ; Geographical work in Canada, 1896, by George M. Dawson ; 
The physical geography of New York State, by Ralph S. Tarr ; The consolida 
tion of the Iroquois Confederacy, or What happened on the St. Lawrence be 
tween the times of Cartier and Champlain, by James Douglas ; Economic 
importance of geological and physical conditions in tropical America, by Francis 
C. Nicholas ; Settlement of the Mexico-Guatemala boundary question, by M. 
Romero ; Recent foreign surveys under the direction of the U. S. Ilydrographic 
Office, by G. W. Littlehales ; The Sette Comuni ; Teutonic survival on Italian 
soil, by W. D. McCrackan ; Mountain structures of Pennsylvania, by A. P. 
Chitteuden ; The administration of the forests of the public domain, by Henry 
Gannett ; Notes on some dangerous rocks off the Gulf of Darien, by Francis C. 
Nicholas ; Omitlan, a prehistoric city in Mexico, by William Niven : Topog 
raphy of Mexico, by Herbert M. Wilson ; The prehistoric ruins of the Rio Tula- 
rosa, by U. Francis Duff ; Explorations in the Cape Regions of Baja California, 
by Gustav Eisen ; Mr. Blaine and the boundary question between Mexico and 
Guatemala, by M. Romero ; Recent survey of Jiquilisco Bay and El Triunfo, the 
New Port of Salvador, by G. W. Littlehales ; The true route of Coronado s 
march, by F. S. Dellenbaugh ; Mr. Peary s plan and Capt. Sverdrup. (573 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxx. 1898. New York, [1898]. 

8vo, pp. (8), 480. Illustrated. 

Contains the following papers : Relations of irrigation to geography, by 
Herbert M. Wilson ; From Cairo to Beni-Hassan, by D. Cady Eaton ; Physical 
geography of New York State, by Ralph S. Tarr ; Frobisher Bay revisited, by 
Russell W. Porter ; Origin of the cliff dwellings, by Cosmos Mindeleff ; Recent 
advances in geographic knowledge accomplished by the U. S. Hydrographic 
Office, by G. W. Littlehales ; Copper river as a route to the Yukon Basin, by 
C. Willard Hayes ; Some observations on prisons in Vladivostok and Sahkalin, 
by Benjamin Howard ; Geography of the Laurentian Basin, by Israel C. Russell ; 
United States Mid-Pacific supply station (Oahu island), by G. W. Littlehales; 
Geographic conditions that make great commercial centres, by A. F. Sears; The 
rivers of New York, by Ralph S. Tarr ; Exploration of Aboriginal architecture 
in the United States, by Cosmos Mindeleff. (574 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxxi. 1899. New York, [1899]. 

8vo, pp. (6), 525. Maps. 

Contains the following papers : Physical geography of New York State, by 
R. S. Tarr ; Hawaiian ethnography, by Titus Munson Coan ; Notes on meteor 
ology, by Robert De C. Ward ; The ruined city of Copan, by George Byron 
Gordon ; Population and environment in western Massachusetts, by Roland B. 
Dixon ; A new mountain aneroid barometer, by E. Whymper ; The timber line, 
by Henry Gannett ; The navy as a motor in geographical and commercial 
progress, by G. W. Littlehales ; The influence of climate on governments, by 
Robert De C. Ward ; Notes on oceanography, by William Libbey ; The Gran 
ites of Carbon County, Montana : A division and glacier field of the Snowy 
Range, by James P. Kimball ; The development of the Hanse towns in relation 
to their geographical environment, by Ellen C. Semple ; Mr. Lang s theory of 
primitive monotheism, by Roland B. Dixon ; Bibliography of geographical works 



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published in the United States in 1898, by J. M. Boutwell ; The Harriman 
Alaska expedition, by Henry Gannett ; Palestine as illustrating geological and 
geographical controls, by Reginald A. Daly. (575 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. xxxii. 1900. New York, [1900 J. 

8vo, pp. ii, (1) 528. Maps. 

Contains the following papers : Physical geography of New York State, by 
R. S. Tarr ; The five civilized tribes, Indian Territory, by C. II. Fitch ; Pales 
tine as illustrating geological and geographical controls, by Reginald A! Daly ; 
A dictionary of topographic forms, by Herbert M. Wilson; The Alaska bound 
ary line, by T. C. Mendenhall ; The climate of New York, by E. T. Turner ; 
The Philippine Islands and their people, by J. G. Schurman ; Peloponnesiaii 
journeys, by Clarence H. Young; Relics of the Nares expedition recovered by 
Mr. Peary ; The Sundal drainage system in Central Norway, by R. L. Barrett ; 
Porto Rico : its topography and aspects, by Herbert M. Wilson ; Tropical 
hurricanes, by F. J. B. Cordeiro ; The territory of Anadyr, from the Russian 
of E. Olssuf jev, translated by E. Bondy ; Results of the Cuban census, by 
Henry Gannett ; Madagascar, by W. H. Hunt ; The heaths and hollows of 
Holland, by Wm. Elliot Griffls ; Korea s geographical significance, by Homer B. 
Hulbert ; The census of Porto Rico, by Henry Gannett ; British Honduras, by 
W. L. Avery ; Through the silk and tea districts of Kiang-Nan and Che-Kiang 
province, by Emil S. Fischer ; Geographical relief maps, their use and manufac 
ture, by C. Mindeleff; Explorations in the central part of Baja California, by 
Gustav Eisen ; The Lapps of Sweden, by E. D. Winslow ; Explorations in the 
rubber districts of Bolivia, by H. Arnous de Riviere ; The northwestern bound 
ary between the United States and Canada, by Richard U. Goode ; The science 
of the tides, by Alexander Brownlie ; The population of the United States, by 
Henry Gannett. (57<; 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin. Vol. xxxm. 1901. New York, [1901]. 
8vo, pp. 490. 

Contains the following papers : Norse discoveries in America, by Juul Dies- 
erud ; The siege of Peking : its causes and consequences, by W. A. P. Martin ; 
Akarnania and Aeotolia, by Rufus B. Richardson ; Captain Fabian Gottlieb von 
Bellingshausen, 1819-1821, by F. A. Cook ; St. Christopher, West Indies, by W. 
II. Alexander ; Notes on climatology, by Robert De C. Ward ; Physiographic 
notes, by Ralph S. Tarr ; Cerros, or Cedros island, by Gustav Eisen ; The Coosa 
river, by Frederick G. Bromberg ; Notes on the recent progress of irrigation in 
the United States, by Albert Perry Brigham ; Topographic notes on the Ural 
mountains, by Chester W. Purington ; Conditions requisite to our success in the 
Philippine Islands, by G. F. Becker ; Mountain passes, a study in anthropo- 
geography, by Ellen C. Semple ; Map notices, by Henry Gannett ; Notes on Geo 
graphical education, by R. E. Dodge ; Notes on climatology, by Robert De C. 
Ward; A little-known colony (Belize), by W. L. Avery; The Tananarive observ 
atory, by W. H. Hunt ; The flora of St. Christopher, by W. II. Alexander ; Ber 
muda, by J. Maxwell Green and C. L. Bristol ; Certain persistent errors in geog 
raphy, by Henry Gannett ; Recent censuses of population, by Henry Gannett ; 
Topographic forms of the United States, by Herbert M. Wilson ; Fetishism, a 
government, by Robert Hamill Nassau ; The solution of the problem of the tidal 
bore, by Alexander Brownlie ; Geographical notes from the year-book of the 
department of Agriculture for 1900, by Albert Perry Brigham ; Fiords, by Geo. 
D. Hubbard ; Some economic aspects of the heat and drought of July, 1901, in 
the United States, by Robert De C. Ward ; The population of the United States, 
by sex, nativity, and race, by Henry Gannett ; On the origin of fiords, by G. I). 
Hubbard ; Peary s progress to the pole, by H. L. Bridgman ; Census results, by 
Henry Gannett ; Notes on American forests and forestry, by Albert Perry 
Brigham. (577 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin. Vol. xxxiv. 1902. New York, [1902]. 

8vo, pp. 476. Maps. 

Contents: Recent work of the U. S. Geological Survey in Alaska, by F. C. 
Schrader ; The tides in the midst of the Pacific Ocean, by Alexander Brownlie ; 
Geology and water resources of Nez Perce county, Idaho ; The preglacial course 
of the middle portion of the Genesee river, by R. H. Whitbeck ; The physio 
graphic divisions of Kansas, by George I. Adams; The geography of Cuba, by 
T. Wayland Vaughan and A. C. Spencer ; The Isthmian canal, by Arthur 1 . 
Davis ; Note on the tidal bore, by J. V. V. Booraem ; Manufactures of the 
United States, by Henry Gannett; Topography and the distribution of our 



84 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

population, by W. F. Willcox ; Maps and map making, by J. R. Torbert ; The 
forest people of British Guiana, by James Rodway ; The ruined Pueblo in New 
Mexico discovered by Vargas in 1692, by J. Walter Fewkes ; Notes on the flora 
of the West Indies, with special reference to the Island of St. Kitts, by W. H. 
Alexander ; Census statistics of agriculture, by Henry Gannett ; The essential 
needs of modern navigation, by G. W. Littlehales ; The railroad to Mecca ; 
The valley of the Upper Euphrates and its people, by Ellsworth Huntington ; 
The Uganda railroad ; The Mississippi river from Cape Girardeau to the head 
of the passes, by Robert Marshall Brown ; Varieties of tides, by Alexander 
Brownlie ; Porto Rico, its climate and resources, by W. II. Alexander ; Trans 
continental railroads in Australia ; Life amid desert conditions, by Richard E. 
Dodge ; The population of China in 1902. (578 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin. Vol. xxxv. 1903. New York, [1903]. 

8vo, pp. iv, (1), 596. Plates. Maps. 

Contains the following papers : The Syrians of Persia and Eastern Turkey, 
by William A. Shedd ; The Mississippi river from Cape Girardeau to the head of 
the passes, by Robert Marshall Brown ; Varieties of tides, by Alexander Brown- 
lie ; The Panama canal, by George S. Morison ; Co-operative topographic survey 
of New York ; The cattle industry in the United States ; The most northern 
railroad ; Geographical record ; Improvements to navigation in the Gulf of St. 
Lawrence, by Wm. P. Anderson ; Forest reserve in the southern Appalachians ; 
Earthquake and volcanic centers in the Philippines ; The boundary between 
Chile and Argentina ; Physiographic notes, by R. S. Tarr ; The Huichol Indians 
of Mexico, by Carl Lumholtz ; M. Froidevaux s Paris letter ; Spiritual beings in 
West Africa : their classes and functions, by "Robert Hamill Nassau ; Culebra 
island, by A. C. Haeselbarth ; The economic geography of the Argentine Re 
public, by J. Russell Smith ; The northwest passage and the circumnavigation 
of America, by Andrew J. Stone ; Geography and international boundaries, by 
Israel C. Russell ; Hydrologic and hydrographic surveys of the United States ; 
Comparison of distances by the Isthmian canal and other routes, by Emory R. 
Johnson ; Cornell summer school of geology and geography ; The geographical 
record ; The Languages of Mexico, by Carl Lumholtz ; Geography in the Uni 
versity of Chicago ; Obituary : Paul Du Chaillu ; Notes during a journey in 
Guatemala, March-December, 1892, by Gustav Eisen ; The climate of the Philip 
pines, by Walter S. Tower ; Topographic surveys of New Jersey, Massachusetts, 
and Ohio ; The new port of Vera Cruz ; The earthquake and volcanic eruption 
in Guatemala in 1902, by Gustav Eisen ; The climate of South America, by 
Robert De C. Ward ; Guayaquil and Quito railway, by F. W. Bennett ; Notes on 
the U. S. Geological Survey ; Mr. Peary s expedition to the Arctic ; Sheets of the 
U. S. atlas, by Henry Gannett ; Latitude and longitude of Chengtu-fu ; Two 
years in Argentine as the consulting engineer of national public works, by E. L. 
Corthell ; The city of rocks, by U. Francis Duff ; The island of Guam ; Topo 
graphic survey of the United States ; The Panama canal in its commercial 
aspects, by Emory R. Johnson ; Explorations of the Russian hydrographic expe 
dition in the Arctic ocean in 1902 ; Alaskan cables and telegraphs ; Report of 
R. E. Peary on work in the Arctic, 1898-1902 ; Human bones found near 
Galveston a letter; Obituary: Rear-Admiral Bancroft Gherardi. (579 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Bulletin. Vol. xxxvi. 1904. New York. 

8vo, pp. iv, (1), 805. 

Contains : The questions settled by the award of the Alaskan Boundary Tri 
bunal, by Robert Lansing ; River surveys in the United States ; Base maps of 
the United States ; Martin Waldseemuller and the early Lusitano-Germanic 
cartography of the New World, by E. L. Stevenson ; Annual report of the Coast 
and Geodetic Survey for 1903 ; The projected new barge canal, New York, by 
Thomas W. Symons ; Aboriginal pottery of the eastern United States ; Round 
Mt. McKinley, by Frederick A. Cook ; The influence of geographic environment 
on the lower St. Lawrence, by Ellen Churchill Semple ; The Pan-American Rail 
way ; The Hudson River described by W. M. Davis ; The Eighth International 
Geographic Congress ; Notes on topographic surveys in Alaska ; Good roads in 
the United States, by A. P. Brigham ; Topographic surveys in the Western 
United States ; Transactions of the Society. (58O 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Carl Ritter. An address to 

the American Geographical and Statistical Society. By A. H. Guyot. 
Princeton, 1860. 

8vo, pp. 25-63. (581 



AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 85 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Charter, by-laws, and list 
of members of the Society, March, 1860. New York, 1860. 

8vo, pp. 31. (582 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The polar exploring expedition. A special 
meeting of the American Geographical and Statistical Society, held March 
22, 1860. New York, 1860. 

8vo, pp. 30. Map. 

Treats of the proposed expedition to the Arctic regions by Dr. I. I. Hayes. 

(583 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Progress of statistics; read 
before the American Geographical and "statistical Society, at the annual 
meeting in New York, Dec. 1, 1859. By Jos. C. G. Kennedy. New York, 
1861. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., pp. 29. (584 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Prospects of the Atlantic 
telegraph. Paper read before the Society May 1, 1862. By Cyrus W. Field. 
[New York, 1862.] 

8vo, pp. 14 (1). (585 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. [Report of the select com 
mittee appointed to devise a system of taxation, and in connection there 
with a financial plan, which shall be adapted to the present state of public 
affairs.] [New York, 1862.] 

8vo, pp. 29. 

Running title : The finances and revenues of the United States. (586 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings. 1862-1863. 
New York, 1862-1863. 

8vo, pp. 117. Maps. 

Contains the following papers : On the flow of the Mississippi river, by John 
Banvard ; Abstract of a paper on some Arctic discoveries, and the remains of 
Frobisher s expedition, by C. F. Hall ; " On the Sea of Galilee," by John Ban 
vard ; Western equatorial Africa, by Albert Bushnell ; Remarks upon the 
present condition and prospects of the Suez canal, by J. P. Thompson ; On the 
past and future topography of the United States, by R. P. Stevens ; The 
physique of different nationalities as ascertained by inspection of government 
recruits, by William II. Thomson ; The production of gold and silver through 
out the world, especially in the new territories of the United States, by J. Smith 
Romans. (586a 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings. Session 
1863-64. New York, 1863-64. 

8vo, pp. 174. 

Contains the following papers : The geography, topography and resources of 
the northwestern territories of the United States, by John Mullan ; On the 
proposed Pacific Railroad, by Henry V. Poor ; On the statistics of counterfeit 
ing, defects in our paper currency, by W. L. Ormsby, jr. ; Central Asia, by 
Bayard Taylor ; Description of a voyage of three hundred and fifty miles up 
the Pearl or Canton river in China, by W. P. Jones ; Siam, by George B. Bacon ; 
On the production and consumption of cotton, by Fred A. Conkling. (587 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Objects and plans of the 
Society. [New York, 1864 (?).] 

8vo, pp. 5 (1). (588 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Course of lectures on the 

currency, resources, and indebtedness of the United States, delivered before 

the Society. Lecture II. On cotton. By Edward Atkinson, esq., of Boston, 

Mass. Delivered December 14, 1865. [New York, 1865.] 

8vo, pp. (1), 34-55. 



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AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. The resources of the Union. 
Lecture read December, 1805, before the Society. By H. C. Carey. Phila 
delphia, 1806.^ 

8vo, pp. 26. (59O 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL AND STATISTICAL SOCIETY. Charter, by-laws and list of 
members of the American Geographical and Statistical Society. Revised 
December 9, 1869. New York, 1870. 

8vo, pp. (2) 34. (591 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Annual address by Chief Justice Daly, the 
president, before the American Geographical Society. Delivered February 
17th, 1873. Subject: The geographical work of the world in 1872. New 
York, 1878. 

8vo, pp. GO. 

Reprinted from : Journal of the American Geographical Society of New York, 

1873. v. 4, p. 63-118. (593 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Address of Lieut. Geo. M. Wheeler . . . 
December 23, 1874, before the American Geographical Society. [New York? 
1874?] 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 10. 

On geographical surveys west of the 100th meridian. (593 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. By-laws and list of fellows, honorary and 

corresponding members of the Society. Revised January 19, 1874. New 
York, 1874. 

8vo, pp. 20. (594 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Memorial bulletin of the Society, April 23, 
1874. The life and services of Dr. David Livingstone. New York, 1874. 

8vo, pp. 47. (595 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Address at the annual meeting of the Ameri 
can Geographical Society, held February 25, 1875, by Chief Justice Daly. 
Subject : The geographical work of the world for 1874, Comprising Phys 
ical phenomena of the year. Scientific expeditions and their results. Ex 
plorations of the far West. Arctic discoveries. African discoveries. An 
cient inhabitants of North America. Researches in Europe, Asia, Africa, 
South America and Australasia. New York, Printed for the Society, 1875. 

8vo, 40 pp. 

Reprinted from : Journal of the American Geographical Society of New York, 

1874, v. 6, p. 53-92. (596 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The topography and physical resources of 
the state of New York. An address delievered by Egbert L[udovickus] 
Viele before the American Geographical Society, April 29, 1875, New 
York [1875]. 

8vo, 23 pp. 

Cover-title. (597 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. Remarks on the centers of ancient civiliza 
tion in Central America and their geographical distribution. Address read 
before the Society, July 10, 1870, by C. Hermann Berendt. New York, 1876. 
8vo, pp. 14. Folded map. 

Reprinted from the Bulletin of the Society. (598 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The discovery of the ancient city of Noruin- 
bega. A communication to the president and council of the American Geo 
graphical Society at their special session in Watertown, November 21, 1889. 
By Eben Norton Horsford. 

One volume, with 1 portrait and 21 photographic copies of maps, landscapes, 
views, original charts, etc. 

Edition, 750 copies ; two editions. Stereotyped. (599 



AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. .87 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The problem of the Northmen. A letter to 
Judge Daly, the president of the American Geographical Society, on the 
opinion of Justin Winsor that " Though Scandinavians may have reached 
the shores of Labrador, the soil of the United States has not one vestige of 
their presence." By Eben Norton Horsford. Cambridge, 1889. 

One volume, 5 original maps, 3 photographic facsimiles of maps, 4 photo 
graphic views. 

Edition, 1,000 copies. Electrotyped. Second edition. (CUM) 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The Nicaragua Canal. By H. C. Taylor. 
New York, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 32. (G01 

AMERICAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The Hereford map and the legend of 
St. Brandan. A lecture delivered before the American Geographical 
Society, March 14, 1892, by Robert I). Benedict. [New York, 1892] 

8vo, 45 pp.. 3 pi. (1 double). 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the Bulletin of the American Geographical Society. Vol. xxiv, 
1892, no. 3. (OO2 

AMERIC Ay -IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Boston, ,1/ff.s.s. 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The American-Irish Historical Society: 
What it is and what its purposes are. Boston, Mass., 1897. 

pp. 12. (003 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The American-Irish Historical Society: 
What it is and what its purposes are; Together with the names of the 
officers and a list of the members. Boston, Mass., 1898. 

pp. 32. (604 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Irish schoolmasters in the American 
colonies, lf>40-1775, with a continuation of the subject during and after the 
war of the revolution, by John C. Linehan . . . and Thomas Hamilton 
Murray . . . Washington, D. C., The American-Irish Historical Society, 
1898. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., 31 pp. (<>" 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY . The Irish Washingtons at home and 

abroad, together with some mention of the ancestry of the American pater 

patrhp. By George Washington, of Dublin, Ireland, and Thomas Hamilton 

Murray, Boston, Mass. Boston, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 44. Portraits. 

Dedicated to the American-Irish Historical Society.* (O<5 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Journal of the American-Irish His 
torical Society. Edited by Thomas Hamilton Murray and Thomas Bona- 
venture Lawler. Vol. i. Boston, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 136. 

Contents : The American-Irish Historical Society Organization, purpose, 
members, etc. ; Proceedings ; John Sullivan and the capture of the powder at 
Newcastle, by John C. Linehan ; The Irishman ethnologically considered, by 
Joseph Smith ; The need of an organization such as the American-Irish Histor 
ical Society, and its scope, by Dennis Harvey Sheahan ; American history as it is 
falsified, by Joseph Smith ; Officers ; Members ; Index. (O7 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Journal. Vol. IT. Edited by Thomas 
Hamilton Murray. Boston, 1899. 
8vo, pp. 258. 

Contents : History of the Society ; Officers ; Chronological record ; Proceed 
ings, 1809 ; Letter from Edward A. Moseley, the retiring president-general ; 
Irish emigration during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, by Thomas 



88 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Addis Emmet ; Some pre-Revolutionary Irishmen, by John C. Linehan ; The 
Irish element in the second Massachusetts volunteers in the recent war (with 
Spain), by John J. McCoy; The "Scotch-Irish" and the "Anglo-Saxon" falla 
cies, by James Jeffrey Roche ; The work of the Society, by Thomas J. Gargan ; 
Russia the friend of the republic, by Joseph Smith ; The "Anglo-Saxon " shibbo 
leth condemned, by William McAdoo ; The Irish pioneers of Texas, by John C. 
Linehan ; Early Irish settlers in Kentucky, by Edward Fitzpatrick ; The Irish 
pioneers and founders of Peterborough, New Hampshire, by James F. Brennan ; 
Sketch of an early Irish settlement in Rhode Island, by Thomas Hamilton Mur 
ray ; An early Irishman of Waterbury, Conn., by Martin Scully ; Some Irish 
settlers in Virginia, by Joseph T. Lawless ; The Whistlers, a family illustrious 
in war and peace, by Joseph Smith ; David Hamilton, a soldier of the American 
Revolution, by Daniel M. O Driscoll ; The Irish chapter in the history of Brown 
University, by Thomas Hamilton Murray ; Brigadier-General Thomas W. Sweeny, 
U. S. A. a biographical sketch, 1820-1892, by William Montgomery Sweeny ; 
Papers read before the Society or contributed for publication ; Membership roll ; 
The dead of the Society ; General index ; Analytical index. (6O8 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Journal. Vol. in. Edited by Thomas 
Hamilton Murray. Boston, 3900. 

8vo, pp. 241. Portraits. 

Contents : Officers ; Review of the year ; Proceedings of the Society, 1900 ; 
Rev. James MacSparran, Irishman, scholar, preacher, and philosopher, 1680- 
1757, by Thomas Hamilton Murray ; Men of Irish blood who have attained dis 
tinction in American journalism, by Michael E. Hennessy ; Irish pioneers and 
builders of Kentucky, by John C. Linehan ; Rev. James Caldwell, a patriot of 
the American Revolution, by James L. O Neill ; The Irish in South Carolina, 
Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, and Tennessee, by Patrick Walsh ; Hugh Cargill, 
a friend of liberty, by Thomas F. O Malley ; The Irish settlers of Pelham, Mass., 
by Mary Lessey Linehan ; Thomas Fawcett, Irish Quaker, American pioneer, by 
Thomas Plunkett ; Early New Hampshire Irish, some pre-Revolutionary Den 
nises, Corneliuses, Patricks, and Michaels, by John C. Linehan ; Matthew Wat 
son, an Irish settler of Barrington, R. L, 1722, by Thomas Hamilton Murray ; 
The field, scope and opportunity of the American-Irish Historical Society, by 
Dennis Harvey Sheahan ; The United States torpedo-boat O Brien, compiled 
from the daily papers ; The Society s field in California, by James Connolly ; 
The historical place of Irishmen in California, a circular issued by the Knights 
of St. Patrick, San Francisco ; Publications of the Society ; Chronology of the 
Society ; Necrology ; Membership roll ; General index ; Analytical index. (6O 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Journal of the American-Irish His 
torical Society, by Thomas Hamilton Murray. Vol. iv. Boston, Mass., 
1904. 

8vo, pp. 195. 

Contents : Officers ; Chronology of the Society ; Early Irish settlers in Vir 
ginia, by John C. Linehan ; The Irish pioneers of the Connecticut Valley, by 
Edward A. Hall ; Some voices from ye olden time, by Thomas Hamilton Mur 
ray ; Irish immigration to the United States since 1790, by Edward O Meagher 
Condon ; The first Irish in Illinois, by P. T. Barry ; The Irish vanguard of 
Rhode Island, by Thomas Hamilton Murray ; A list of historical papers and 
addresses, prepared by members of the Society or by friends of the organiza 
tion ; Books and pamphlets issued by the Society ; Alphabetical list of those 
who have contributed papers to the Society, or who have made addresses at 
meetings held under its auspices ; Presidents-General of the Society ; Member 
ship roll of the Society ; General information regarding the Society ; A general 
index ; Analytical index. (61O 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Journal. Vol. v. Edited by Thomas 
Hamilton Murray. Boston, Mass., 1905. 
8vo, pp. 212. Portrait. 

Contents : Officers ; Proceedings, 1905 ; Patriotic pilgrimage to Lexington, 
Mass. Interesting observance by the Society of the anniversary of the Battle of 
April 19, 1775 ; Goody Glover, an Irish victim of the Witch craze, Boston, Mass.. 
1688, by Harold Dijon ; Capt. Daniel Neill, an artillery officer of the Revolu 
tion, by J. Madison Drake ; Richard Dexter, one of Boston s Irish pioneers, by 



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Thomas Hamilton Murray ; The New Hampshire Kellys, hy John C. Linehan : 
Some early celebrations of St. Patrick s day in New York city, 1762-1788, by 
John D. Crimmins ; William I rendergast, a pioneer of Chautauqua county, N. Y., 
by Helen Prendergast ; Master John Sullivan, of Somersworth and Berwick, and 
his family, by John Scales ; Martin Murphy, sr., an Irish pioneer of Califor 
nia, by Marcella A. Fitzgerald ; Historical notes of interest, by Thomas Hamil 
ton Murray ; Memoir of Mathew Carey, by Henry Carey Baird ; Review of tho 
year : Leading events in the career of the Society for 1005, or of special interest 
to the members ; Necrology ; Membership roll ; General information regarding 
the Society; Good words for Vol. iv of the Journal ; Index. (611 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The " Scotch-Irish " Shibboleth analyzed 
and rejected, with some reference to the present "Anglo-Saxon " comedy. 
By Joseph Smith. Washington, D. C., 1898. 

8vo, pp. 29. (612 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Irish at Bunker Hill: A list of 
American patriots bearing Irish names who fought against the British in 
the action of the seYenteenth of June, 1775. By Thomas Hamilton Murray. 
Boston, Mass., 1900. (eis 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Recorder. Bulletin of the American- 
Irish Historical Society. [Issued each month.] Boston. 

8vo. 

CONTENTS. 

Vol. i, No. 1, September, 1901. pp. 8. A word at the start; Extracts 
from the archives ; Regarding members of the Society ; Irish in the Plymouth 
Colony, by T. H. M[urray] ; Officers for 1901. 

Vol. I, No. 2. October, 1901. pp. 8. President Roosevelt ; Regarding mem 
bers of the Society ; Extracts from the archives ; Thomas Casey, of Ireland and 
Rhode Island, 1636-1719, by T. H. M[urray] ; Officers for 1901. 

Vol. i, No. 3. November, 1901. pp. 8. A point made clear (concerning Ed 
ward Brick or Breck, and son Robert, "of Galway, in Ireland") ; Extracts from 
the archives; In old Portsmouth, N. H. ; Officers for 1901. 

Vol. i, No. 4. December, 1901. pp. 8. De Roo s great work (History of 
America before Columbus); Extracts from the archives; The story of Miss 
[Elephell] Fitzgerald, by T. H. Mfurray] ; Supplies arrive from Ireland, 
[1631]; More Portsmouth (N. H.), marriages, 1752-1760; In the Connecticut 
colony, by James H. O Donnell. 

Vol. i, No. 5. January, 1902. pp. 8. Two members honored (Patrick A. 
Collins and John H. H. McNamee) ; Extracts from the archives ; From Boston s 
town records, 1715 to 1764, by T. II. M[urray] ; Some Connecticut pioneers. 

Vol. i, No. 6. February, 1902. 

Vol. i, No. 7. March, 1902. pp. 8. From the Treasurer-General ; Extracts 
from the archives; A glance at the vanguard (List of early Massachusetts 
pioneers bearing Irish names), by T. H. M[urray] ; Surrounded by old ocean 
(Haley s Island of the Isles of Shoals) ; Irish pork and butter imported ; The 
re-interment of Gen. Richard Montgomery- 

Vol. i, No. 8, April, 1902. pp. 8. Hugh Gaine, Irishman, publisher ; Ex 
tracts from the archives ; Shipload of servants from Cork extracts concerning 
early Irish people in Pennsylvania from " Redemptioners and Indentured Serv 
ants in the Colony and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania," by Karl Frederick 
Geiser; Ethan Allen and the Irish; He comes of heroic stock (Rev. Ellery C. 
Butler); Martin Rourk, of Durham, Maine: Made a voyage in 1736 (Capt. 
Samuel Waterhouse) ; Origin of a Virginia name (Newport News). (614 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Celebration of the 124th anniversary of 
the Battle of Rhode Island . . . Friday, August 29th, 1902. [Providence?] 
1902. 

8vo, pp. 39. Portrait. (Ol 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Gen. John Sullivan and the battle of 
Rhode Island. A sketch of the former and a description of the latter. 
By Thomas Hamilton Murray. [Providence, R. I., 1902.] 

8vo, pp. 32. 



90 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Irish Scots and the " Scotch-Irish^: 
an historical and ethnological monograph, with some reference to Scotia 
Major and Scotia Minor ; to which is added a chapter on " How the Irish 
came as builders of the nation. By John C. Linehan . . . Concord, N. H., 
The American-Irish historical society, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 138, incl. front, (port.). 

Originally pub. in the Granite monthly, Concord, N. H., .Tan.-March, 1888. 
The chapter on " How the Irish came " is based upon articles contributed to 
the Boston pilot, 1890, etc., and the Boston Sunday globe, Mar. 17, 1895. 

" Supplementary facts and comment " : p. [83]-128. (617 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Early Irish in Old Albany, N. Y., with 
special mention of Jan Andriessen, " De lersman Van Dublingh." By 
Franklin M. Danaher. Paper read before the American-Irish Historical 
Society at the annual meeting of the latter in New York City, Jan. 10, 1003. 
Boston, Mass., 1003. 

8vo, pp. 44. (618 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Irish Rhode Islanders in the American 
Revolution. With some mention of those serving in the regiments of 
Elliott, Lippitt, Topham, Crary, Angell, Olney, Greene, and other noted 
commanders. By Thomas Hamilton Murray. Providence, R. I., 1003. 

8vo, pp. 90. (61J) 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Irish Vanguard of Rhode Island. 
By Thomas Hamilton Murray. Boston, Mass., 1004. 

Svo, pp. 27. 

Reprinted from Vol. iv, Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society. (62O 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The O Briens of Machias, Me., Patriots 
of the American Revolution : their services to the cause of liberty. A paper 
read before the Society at its annual gathering in New York City, January 
2, 1004, by Andrew M. Sherman, together with a Sketch of the Clan 
O Brien, by Thomas Hamilton Murray. Boston, 1004. 

Svo, pp. 87. (621 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Some voices from ye olden time: his 
torical notes relating to the Irish element in early American life. By 
Thomas Hamilton Murray. Boston, Mass., 1004. 

Svo, pp. 27. 

Reprinted from Vol. iv, Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society. (622 

AMERICAN - IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Book of information regarding the 
Society. By Thomas Hamilton Murray. Boston and New York. Pub 
lished by the Society. 1005. 

24mo, pp. 27 (2). (623 

AMERICAN-IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Echoes from out the past, or Historical 
Notes relating to Irish Pioneers in America. By Thomas Hamilton Mur 
ray. Boston. Mass., 1005. 

Svo, pp. 37. Reprinted from Vol. V, Journal of the American-Irish Historical 
Society. (623 

i 

AMERICAN- IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Address to the Society by Rear-Admiral 
John McGowan. U. S. N. (retired), president-general. Washington, D. C., 
1006. 

Svo, pp. 8. (623?> 



AMEMCAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 91 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Washington, D. C. 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 1. [Baltimore], 
1893. 

8vo, pp. (6), 143. 

Contents : Papers presented at the first scientific meeting, held at Philadel 
phia, December 15, 1892 : Address of the president, Oscar S. Straus ; The set 
tlement of the Jews in Georgia, by C. C. Jones, jr. ; Mickve Israel Congrega 
tion of Philadelphia, by Sabato Morals ; Some unpublished material relating 
to Dr. Jacob Lunibrozo, of Maryland, by J. II. Hollander ; Beginnings of New 
York Jewish history, by M. J. Kohler ; Notes on the Jews of Philadelphia, by 
M. Jastrow, jr. ; The first publication of a Jewish character printed in Philadel 
phia [a Thanksgiving sermon, by D. II. Franckel], by M. Jastrow, jr. ; Jews men 
tioned in the Journal of the Continental Congress, by Herbert Friedenwald ; A 
landmark [memorial stone of Benjamin Bueno de Mesquita], by N. Taylor Phil 
lips ; An act allowing naturalization of Jews in the colofties, by S. W. Rosendale ; 
Jewish beginnings in Kentucky, by L. N. Dembitz ; A document concerning the 
Franks family, by S. W. Rosendale ; Jews in the American plantations between 
1600-1700, by Cyrus Adler ; Americana at the Anglo-Jewish Exhibition, by 
C. Adler; A political document of the year 1800 [letter of Benjamin Nones], by 
C. Adler ; The settlement of Jews in Canada, by A. C. Joseph ; Notes ; Joseph 
Simon of Lancaster, Pa. ; Gifts to the Society ; Index ; Constitution ; List of 
Members. (24 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 2. Baltimore, 1894. 

8vo, pp. (6), 207. 

Contents : Chiefly papers presented at the second annual meeting, held at New 
York, December 27 and 28, 1893 : Address of the president, Oscar S. Straus ; A 
Sketch of Hayni Salomon, from an unpublished MS. in the Papers of Jared 
Sparks, by II. B. Adams ; On the History of the Jews of Chicago, by B. Fels- 
enthal ; The Jewish Congregation in Surinam, by B. Felsenthal ; A sermon by 
Moses Mendelssohn, printed in Philadelphia one hundred and thirty years ago, 
by B. Felsenthal ; The civil status of the Jews in Maryland, 1634-1776, by J. II. 
Hollander ; Family history of David Mendez Machado, by N. Taylor Phillips ; 
Note concerning David Hays and Esther Etting, his wife, and Michael Hays 
and Reuben Etting, by S. Solis-Cohen ; The colonization of America by the Jews, 
by M. Kayserling ; Phases of Jewish life in New York before 1800, by M. J. 
Kohler ; The Lopez and Rivera families of Newport, by M. J. Kohler ; A letter 
of Jonas Phillips to the Federal Convention, by II. Friedenwald ; Jacob Isaacs 
and his method of converting salt water into fresh water, by II. Friedenwald : 
Memorials presented to the Continental Congress, by II. Friedenwald ; Columbus 
in Jewish literature, by R. J. II. Gottheil ; Settlement of the Jews in Texas, by 
H. Cohen ; Aaron Levy, by I. II. Rosenbach and A. S. W. Rosenbach ; Documents 
from the Public Record Office (London) : Memorials of the Jews about their 
taxes, presented to the governor-in-chief of Jamaica, 1700; The governor and 
council s answer to the Baron de Belmont ; Jews in Jamaica, by C. Gross. 
Memoir of John Moss, by Lucien Moss ; Notes : The exact date of the trial of 
Jacob Lumbrozo, by J. H. Hollander ; Jonas Phillips, by M. J. Kohler ; Gifts to 
the Mickve Israel Congregation, by A. S. Wolf Rosenbach ; Jewish soldiers in 
the Colonial Period, by C. Adler ; Necrology : Isaac Minis, C. C. Jones ; Gifts ; 
Index ; Members. (2.% 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 3. Baltimore. 1805. 

8vo, pp. (8) 173, (2-. 

Contents : Papers presented at the third annual meeting, December 26 and 27, 
1894 ; Address of the president, Oscar S. Straus ; Some further references to 
Haym Salomon, by J. H. Hollander ; The earliest rabbis and Jewish writers of 
America, by M. Kayserling ; The American Jew as soldier and patriot, by S. 
Wolf ; Points in the first chapter of New York Jewish history, by A. M. Dyer ; An 
early ownership of real estate in Albany by a Jewish trader, by S. Rosendale; 
Phases of Jewish life in New York before 1800, by M. J. Kohler ; Correspondence 
between Washington and Jewish citizens, by L. Abraham ; The relations of Jews 
to our national movements, by L. Abraham ; Early Jewish literature in America, 
by Geo. A. Kohut ; Notes ; Index. (2fl 



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AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 4. Baltimore, 1896. 

8vo, pp. (6), 243. 

Contents : Papers presented at the third annual meeting, held at Washington, 
December 26 and 27, 1894 ; Chronological sketch of the history of the Jews in 
Surinam, by B. Felsenthal and R. Gottheil ; The Jews in Texas : Jacob de Cor 
dova, Mrs. L. R. Randall, Joseph Osterman, Moritz Koppel, Arthur S. Wolff, by 
R. Cohen ; The Jews of Richmond, by J. Ezekiel ; Trial of Jorge de Almeida by 
the Inquisition in Mexico, by C. Adler ; Incidents illustrative of American Jew 
ish patriotism, by M. J. Kohler ; Jewish martyrs of the Inquisition in South 
America, by G. A. Kohut ; The Levy and Seixas families of Newport and New 
York, by N. Taylor Phillips ; A biographical account of Ephraim Hart and his 
son, Joel Hart, by G. N. Hart ; Notes by M. J. Kohler. Letters of Madison and 
Jefferson to Jews ; Jewish settlement in Barlmdoes ; Necrology ; Alexander 
Kohut, Jesse Seligman ; Gifts to the Society : Members ; Index. (O27 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 5. Baltimore, 1897. 
8vo, pp. vii, 234. Portrait. 

Contents : Address by Oscar S. Straus ; Documents relating to the career of 
Colonel Isaac Franks, by Morris Jastrow ; Some cases in Pennsylvania wherein 
rights claimed by Jews are affected, by John Samuel ; Henry Castro, pioneer 
and colonist, by Henry Cohen ; Material for the history of the Jews in the 
British West Indies, by Herbert Friedenwald ; The naturalization of Jews in 
the American colonies under the act of 1740, by J. II. Hollander; Who was 
the first rabbi of Surinam ? by George Alexander Kohut ; Isaac Aboab, the first 
Jewish author in America, by M. Kayserling ; The .lews and the American 
anti-slavery movement, by Max. J. Kohler ; Documents relative to Major David 
S. Franks while aide-de-camp to General Arnold, by Abraham S. Wolf Rosenbach ; 
Notes on the first settlement of Jews in Pennsylvania, 1655-1703, by A. S. W. 
Rosenbach ; "Appeals from colonial courts to the king in council," by Harold D. 
Hazeltine; Obituary notices of Jews of Philadelphia and New York, 1728-1791, 
from the files of the Pennsylvania Gazette ; Necrology : Lucien Moss ; Hermann 
Bien ; List of gifts and exchanges ; Index. (< 2S 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 6. Baltimore, 1897. 

8vo, pp. xi, 180. 

Contents : Address upon American Jews and their history, by Oscar S. Straus. 
Delivered before the National Council of Jewish Women ; Address upon the 
work of the society, by Cyrus Adler ; A memorial sent by German Jews to the 
President of the Continental Congress, by M. Kayserling ; Documents- relating 
to the attempted departure of the Jews from Surinam in 1675, by J. H. Hol 
lander ; A modern Maccabean, by Henry Cohen ; Notice of Jacob Mordecai, 
founder, and proprietor from 180g to 1818, of the Warrenton (N. C.) Female 
Seminary, by Gratz Mordecai ; Some newspaper advertisements of the eighteenth 
century, by Herbert Friedenwald ; The Jews in Newport, by Max Kohler ; Civil 
status of the Jews in colonial New York, by Max J. Kohler ; The oldest tomb 
stone-inscriptions of Philadelphia and Richmond, by George Alexander Kohut ; 
A literary autobiography of Mordecai Manuel Noah, with an introduction, by 
George Alexander Kohut ; The congregation Shearith Israel. An historical re 
view, by N. Taylor Phillips ; Growth of Jewish population in the United States, 
by David Sulzberger ; Notes : Extracts from the Biographical Sketches of the 
Graduates of Yale College, with Annals of the College History, vol. u, by 
Franklin Bowditch Dexter relating to persons of Jewish descent : Portraits of 
Jews engraved by St. Mem in ; A subscription list of the year 1773, by George 
Alexander Kohut ; Jewish soldiers : Notes taken from an article in the Ameri 
can Jews Annual for 5650 (1890), by A. E. Frankland, entitled "Fragments of 
History ; " Jews in Arkansas in 1830, by George Alexander Kohut ; Americana 
at the Anglo- Jewish Exhibition. [Publications, i, 109-10.] Items extracted 
from the Catalogue of the Anglo-Jewish historical exhibition, 1887 ; Gifts and 
exchanges; Index. (62O 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 7. Baltimore, 1899. 

Svo, pp. vii, 134. 

Contents: Process (or Trial) of Gabriel De Granada (13 years old), observer 
of the Law of Moses, 1642 to 1645. Translated from the original by David 
Fergusson. Edited with notes by Cyrus Adler. Index. (630 



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AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 8. Baltimore, 1900. 

Svo, pp. xi, 168. 

Contents : Address upon the Jews in history, by Oscar S. Straus ; Asser Levy. 
A noted Jewish Burgher of New Amsterdam, by Leon Iliihner ; Site of the first 
synagogue of the congregation Shearith Israel of New York, with two maps, by 
Albion Morris Dyer ; The Jewish pioneers of the Ohio valley, by David Philipson ; 
A brave frontiersman, by Henry Cohen ; Some early American Zionists projects, 
by Max J. Kohler ; Ezra Stiles and the Jews, by W. Willner ; Notes on Myer 
Hart and other Jews of Easton, Pennsylvania, by Gustavus N. Hart ; Some 
references to early Jewish cemeteries in New York City, by Elvira N. Solis ; 
Persecution of the Jews in 1840, by Jacob Ezekiel ; Necrology : Sabato Morais ; 
Louis Schnabel ; Jacob Sulzberger ; Index. (631 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 9, Baltimore, 1901. 

8vo, pp. xv, 190. Plate. Maps. 

Contents : Address of the president, by Cyrus Adler ; A plea for an American 
Jewish historical exhibition, by Joseph Jacobs ; Fray Joseph Diaz Pimienta. alias 
Abraham Diaz Pimienta, and the Auto-De-Fe held at Seville, July 25, 1720, by 
Richard Gottheil ; The Early Jewish settlement at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, by 
Henry Necarsulmer ; Jews and the American anti-slavery movement, n^ by Max 
J. Kohler ; Isaac Levy s claim to property in Georgia, by Herbert Friedenwald ; 
The history of the first Russian-American Jewish congregation The Beth 
Hamedrosh Hagodol, by J. D. Eisenstein ; Whence came the first Jewish settlers 
of New York ? by Leon Hfthner ; The German-Jewish migration to America, by 
- Max J. Kohler ; Francis Salvador, A prominent patriot of the Revolutionary 
War, by Leon Hiihner ; Notes on the history of the earliest German Jewish con 
gregation in America, by Henry Berkowitz ; Contributions to the history of the 
Jews in Surinam, by Richard Gottheil ; Notes : Dr. David Nassy in Surinam, by 
Richard Gottheil ; Privileges granted by the British government to the Jews in 
Surinam, 1665 ; Enterprise of the early Jewish settlers at Newport, Rhode 
Islands ; Judaica-Americana. Selected from the De Castro collection of books 
and antiquities ; Jacob Franks. Information obtained from the Collections of 
the Wisconsin Historical Society. Necrology : Charles P. Daly ; Jacob Ezekiel ; 
Jacob Balz ; William S. Rayner ; Moses Coit Tyler; Index. (632 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 10. 1902. Balti 
more. 1902. 

8vo, pp. xiii, 202. Portrait. 

Contents : Address of the president ; Reference to Jews in the Diary of Ezra 
Stiles, by Morris Jastrow, jr. ; A method of determining the Jewish population of 
large cities in the United States, by George E. Barnett ; Jewish activity in 
American colonial commerce, by Max J. Kohler ; The Jews of Georgia in Colonial 
times, by Henry Hiihner ; The Cincinnati community in 1825, by David Philip- 
son ; New light on the career of Colonel David S. Franks, by Oscar S. Straus ; 
Sampson Simson, by Myer S. Isaacs ; The Damascus Affair of 1840 and the 
Jews of America, by Joseph Jacobs ; Solomon Heydenfeldt : A Jewish Jurist of 
Alabama and California, by Albert M. Friedenberg ; The Jews in Curagao. 
According to documents from the archives of the State of New York, by G. 
Herbert Cone ; Notes : Luis De Santangel and Columbus ; Jews in the American 
revolution, by Herbert Friedenwald ; Some notes on the career of Colonel 
David S. Franks ; Military record of Isaac Franks, by Leon Hiihner ; Necrol 
ogy ; Index. (633 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 11. 1903. Balti 
more, 1903. 

8vo, pp. xiii, 238. 

Contents : Papers presented at the eleventh annual meeting : Address of the 
president, Cyrus Adler ; Switzerland and the American Jews, by Sol. M. Stroock ; 
Phases in the history of religious liberty in America, with special reference to 
the Jews, by Max J. Kohler ; The Jews in New England (other than Rhode 
Island) prior to 1800, by Leon Hiihner; The Jews and the American Sunday 
laws, by Albert M. Friedenberg ; The Jews of Chicago, by H. Eliassof ; New 
% matter relating to Mordecai M. Noah, by G. Herbert Cone ; Note on Isaac 
% Gomez and Lewis Moses Gomez, from an old family record, by Elvira N. Solis ; 
Report of the committee on collections of the American Jewish Historical 



94 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Society ; Items relating to the history of the Jews of New York, by N. Taylor 
Phillips ; The trial of Francisco Maldonado De Silva, by George Alexander 
Kohut ; Notes : The Franks family as British army contractors ; Rebecca Franks 
as a writer ; Daniel Webster and the Jews. Necrology : Gratz Mordecai, Samuel 
Venstrahlen, Leonard Lewishon, Adolph Moses, Asher I. Myers, Aaron Frieden- 
wald, Abraham Pereira Mendes. Index. (634 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 12. [Baltimore] 
1904. 

8vo, pp. xiii, 205. 

Contents : List of officers ; The twelfth annual meeting ; Address of the presi 
dent, Cyrus Adler ; The Inquisition in Peru, by Elkan Nathan Adler ; The Jews 
of South Carolina from the earliest settlement to the end of the American Revo 
lution, by Leon Iliihner ; Judah 1*. Benjamin, statesman and jurist, by Max J. 
Kohler ; Calendar of American Jewish cases, by Albert M. Friedenberg ; The 
Jews in Boston till 1875, by Joseph Lebowitch ; A history of the Jews of Mobile, 
by Alfred G. Moses ; A Jewish army chaplain, by Myer S. Isaacs ; The develop 
ment of Jewish casuistic literature in America, by J. D. Eisenstein ; Jewish 
heretics in the Philippines in the sixteenth and seventeenth century, by George 
Alexander Kohut ; Outline of a plan to gather statistics concerning the Jews of 
the United States, by \Vm. B. Hackenburg ; Note on Sunday laws, by Albert M. 
Friedenberg; Edward Woolf, musician and author, by I. S. Isaacs; Necrology; 
Index. (635 

Publications. No. 14, published in 1906, contains the following note : " The 
appearance of Publication No. 13 has been delayed . . . ; No. 14, being ready, 
is therefore distributed in advance of it. It will soon be followed by No. 13, 
containing the proceedings of the thirteenth annual meeting of the Society." 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Report of organization. Abstract from 
the minutes. 1892. [Baltimore], The Society, 1892. 

8vo, pp. 20. (636 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Jews of Georgia in colonial times, 
by Leon Hiilmer . . . From the Publications of the American Jewish His 
torical Society, no. 10, 1902. [Baltimore, 1902.] 

8vo, cover-title, pp. [65] -95. (637 

AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Judah P. Benjamin : statesman and 
jurist by Max J. Kohler . . . Baltimore [1905?]. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. [63] -85. 

" Reprinted from the Publications of the American Jewish Historical Society, 
no. 12." (638 

AMERICAN NEGRO HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

THE AMERICAN NEGRO HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA, and its officers. 
H. Harrison Wayman. 

In Colored American Magazine, Vol. 6 (Feb., 1903) : pp. 287-294. Boston, 
Mass. 

(No publications.) (639 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCH&OLOGICAL SOCIETY. 
l?ew York City. 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. Constitution and by-laws. Adopted April 6, 
1858. New York, 1858. 

16mo. (640 

Same. Adopted September, 1858. New York, 1858. 16mo, 8 pp. (64Oa 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. Constitution and by-laws. Adopted Septem 
ber, 1858. New York, 1858. 

32mo, pp. 8. ( 



em- 

641 



AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCH^OLOGICAL SOCIETY. 95 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Constitution and by 
laws. New York, 1864. 

8vo. ( ; 42 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Articles of incorporation, 
constitution, and by-laws. New York, 18(55. 

8vo. ( i4 jj 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCH/EOLOGICAL SOCIETY. American Journal of 
Numismatics and bulletin of American numismatic and archaeological socie 
ties Vol. I-XL. New York, 1806-1900. 

8vo, 40 vols. (644 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Articles of incorporation, 
constitution, and by-laws. New York, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 19. ;4.-> 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. On some coins of the 
Castellan! collection. A paper read before the Society, January 1,1, 1878. 
By Gaston L. Feuardent [New York], 1878. 
8vo, pp. 8. 

Reprinted from American Journal of Numismatics. (646 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at its 
twentieth annual meeting, March 10, 1878. With the annual address of the 
president, Charles E. Anthon. New York, 1878. 
Large 8vo, pp. 8. 

Contains President Charles E. Anthon s annual address : A morning in the 
numismatic alcove of the Astor Library. (647 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at its 
twenty-first annual meeting, March 18, 1879. New York, 1879. 
Large 8vo. pp. 28. 

Contains president s annual address ; On some Frank sepultures of the sixth, 
seventh, and eighth centuries, by Henri de Morgan ; The masculo-feminine 
demiurgos of the Egyptians, by Gaston L. Feuardent. (648 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at its 
twenty-second annual meeting, March 10, 1880. New York, 1880. 
Large 8vo. pp. 24. 

Contains president s annual address ; Schleswig-Ilolstein medal, by W. T. R. 
Marvin ; Government as an art educator, by Gaston L. Feuardent. (649 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at its 
twenty-third annual meeting, March 15, 1881. New York, 1881. 
Large 8vo. pp. 27. 

Contains president s annual address ; On obelisks, by Gaston L. Feuardent ; 
Some ancient coins, by Gaston L. Feuardent. (65O 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at its 
twenty-fourth annual meeting, March 28, 1882. New York, 1882. 
Large 8vo. pp. 27. 

Contains president s annual address ; Correspondence with the British Museum 
relating to Gaston L. Feuardent. (651 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at its 
twenty-fifth annual meeting, March 20, 1883. New York, 1883. 

Large 8vo, pp. 36. <652 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at its 
twenty-sixth annual meeting, March 18, 1884. With lists of founders, in 
corporators, officers, and members. New York, 1884. 
Large 8vo, pp. 39. 

Contains : " Portraits on the later bronze," " The ways of some cataloguers," 
by F. M. Bird ; Moneta, by Patterson Du Bois ; " Henry Jernegan s silver cis 
tern," by R. S. Ely ; " The small stone graves in White County, Tenn.," by 
John B. Lillard. (653 



96 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 
twenty-seventh annual meeting, March 17th, 1885. With lists of founders, 
incorporators, officers, and members. New York, 1885. 
Large 8vo, pp. 29. 

Proceedings at the annual meetings, 27th-34th. Only papers relating to 
American history noticed. (654 

AMERICAN. NUMISMATIC AND ARCH/EOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 
twenty-eighth annual meeting, March 16th, 1886. With lists of founders, 
incorporators, officers, and members. Also papers read before the Society. 
New York, 1886. 

Large 8vo, pp. 56. 

Contains : Fractional currency, by Henry Russell Drowne. (655 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 
twenty-ninth annual meeting, March 15th, 1887. With lists of founders, 
incorporators, officers, and members. Also papers read before the Society, 
1885-1886. New York, 1887. 

Large 8vo, pp. 5G. 

Contains : Some historic tokens of the city of New York, by Frank W. 
Doughty ; Reminiscences of some old New York die-sinkers, hy Andrew C. Za- 
hriskie ; British war medals relating to America, by James Oliver. (656 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 
thirtieth to thirty-fourth annual meetings, 1888 to 1892, together with the 
History of the Society, by William R. Weeks, and lists of founders, incor 
porators, officers, and members. Also papers read before the Society, 1886- 
1892. New York, 1892. 

Large 8vo, pp. 16, 17, 12, 12, 15, 50, 42. 

Contains : Echoes from the wheels of the Broadway omnibus, by Andrew C. 
Zabriskie ; Stone idols of New Mexico, by L. Bradford Prince ; Numismatic 
gleanings from the meadows, roads, and beaches of our Atlantic coast, by 
Charles Pryer ; Jottings from my note-book, by Charles Pryer ; Coin and cur 
rency, by Charles W. Darling. (657 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 
thirty-fifth annual meeting, March 20, 1893, and list of officers and mem 
bers. Also papers read before the Society, 1892-1893. New York, 1893. 
Large 8vo, pp. 43. 

Contains : The colonial Jersey coinage, from an historical standpoint, by 

Francis B. Lee. (658 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 

thirty-sixth, seventh, and eighth annual meetings, and list of officers and 

members. Also papers read before the Society, 1893-1896. New York, 1897. 

Large 8vo, pp. 110. 

Contains : Some new light on the Washington season medals, by Daniel Parish, 
jr. ; The insignia of the patriotic hereditary societies of the United States, by 
Bauman Lowe Belden ; Paper money and counterfeiting in the colony of New 
Jersey, by Francis Bagley Lee. (659 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the thirty- 
ninth annual meeting, March 15th, 1897, and list of officers and members; 
also papers read before the Society, 1896-1897. New York, 1897. 
Large 8vo, pp7 54. 

Contains : The Legion of Honor, by J. Sanford Saltus ; Modern renaissance 
of the medallic art, by Walter Tonnele. (66O 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 
fortieth annual meeting, March 21st, 1898, and list of officers and members ; 
also papers read before the Society, 1897-1898. New York, 1898. 
Large 8vo, pp. 63. 

Contains : United States history as illustrated by its political medals, by 
Andrew C. Zabriskie ; History of the Grant monument medal, (661 



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AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the forty- 
first annual meeting, March 20th, 1899, and list of officers and members ; 
also papers read before the Society, 1898-1899. New York, 1899. 
Large 8vo, pp. 67. 

Contains : The old historic buildings of Westchester county, by Charles Pryer : 
Flags and insignia of the Confederate States of America, by J. Sanford Saltus ; 
Acknowledgments of the Grant monument medal from foreign rulers. (f><2 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the 

forty-second annual meeting, March 19th, 1900, and list of officers and 

members ; also papers read before the Society, 1899-1900. New York, 1900. 

Large 8vo, pp. 56. (G6tt 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY. 

Proceedings at the forty-third annual meeting, March 18th, 1901, and list 

of officers and members; also papers read before the Society, 1900-1901. 

New York, 1901. 

Large 8vo, pp. 72. 

Contents : President s annual address ; The medallic history of Abraham 
Lincoln, by Andrew C. Zabriskie ; Presentation of loving cup to Edward Groh, 
by Henry Russell Drowne ; Insignia of American military societies since the 
war of 1812, by Bauman Lowe Belden ; Early Greek history, as illustrated by 
its coins, by Charles Pryer ; A counterfeit Pitt medal, by Edward Groh ; A 
rare medal, by Edward Groh. (664 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY. 
Proceedings at the forty-fourth annual meeting, January 20th, 1902, and 
list of officers and members ; also papers read before the Society, 1901-1902. 
New York, 1902. 

Large 8vo, pp. 57. 

Contents : President s annual address ; The preservation of the antiquities 

of the southwest, by L. Bradford Prince ; Department badges of the Grand 

Army of the Republic, by Bauman Lowe Belden ; Kufic glass weights and bottle 

stamps, by J. B. Nies ; International congress of numismatists, Paris, June, 

1900, by George F. Kunz. (665 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY. 

Proceedings at the forty-fifth annual meeting. January 19, 1903, and list of 

officers and members, 1903. New York, 1903. 

Large 8vo, pp. 28. (666 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF NEW YORK CITY. 
Proceedings at the forty-sixth annual meeting, January 18, 1904, and list 
of officers and members ; also papers read before the Society, 1903. New 
York, 1904. 

Large 8vo, pp. 69. 

Contents : President s annual address ; Various methods of making a medal, 

by Victor D. Brenner ; Gleanings of a summer in the east : Palestine and Crete, 

by John P. Peters ; American insignia, by Bauman Lowe Belden ; The 

"Dauphin s Grave" and Louis XVII medals, by J. S&nford Saltus. (667 

Proceedings . . . 47th annual meeting, Jan. 1<>, 190-j . . . New York, 1905. 

Large 8vo, pp. 28. Portrait. 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. The Carrara medals, 
with notices of the dukes of Padua, whose effigies they bear, by W. T. K. 
Marvin. Boston, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 8. 2 plates. 

Reprinted, with some additions and a few slight changes, from the American 
Journal of Numismatics. 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCH/EOLOGICAL SOCIETY. The medals of the 
Masonic fraternity described and illustrated. Boston, 1880. 
Large 8vo. 17 plates. 
Reprinted from the American Journal of Numismatics. (669 

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98 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. American Numismatic 
and Archaeological Society of New York. The bronze crabs of the obelisk. 
[A paper read before the Society, January 15, 1881, by G. L. Feuardent] 
New York. 

8vo, pp. 7. (67O 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Remarks upon a coin of 
Sicyon, by Henry Phillips, jr. Philadelphia, 1882. 
8vo, pp. 7. 
Reprinted from the American Journal of Numismatics for January, 1882. (671 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the books 
in the library of the Society, with a subject index to the important arti 
cles in the American Journal of Numismatics, and other periodicals to the 
end of 1882. New York, 1883. 

8vo, pp. (2), 31. (672 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. [Quarter centennial meet 
ing.] Proceedings of the Society at its twenty-fifth annual meeting, Tues 
day, March 20, 1883, with lists of founders, incorporators, officers, and 
members. New York, 1883. 

8vo, pp. 36. (673 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Moneta : A study. Read 

before the Society, March, 1884. By Patterson Du Bois. [New York], 
1884. 

8vo, pp. 8. (674 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Counterfeit half pence 
current in the American colonies, and their issue from the mints of Connecti 
cut and Vermont. Address by Wyllis Betts before the Society. New York, 
1886. 

8vo, pp. 17. Illustrated. (675 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. A sketch of the coinage 
of the Mexican revolutionary General Morelos. Based upon an important 
find. Read before the Society, June 2, 1886. By Lyman Haynes, law libra 
rian. New York, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 18. (676 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Contributions of alchemy 
to numismatics. By Henry Carrington Bolton. Read before the Society, 
December 5, 1889. Author s edition. New York, 1890. 
Square 8vo, pp. 44. 3 plates. 

One hundred and seventy-five copies. Reprinted from the American Journal 
of Numismatics. (677 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. Evidences of man in the 
drift. A description of certain a rchaeo logical objects recently discovered 
in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. 
Read before the Society, March 28, 1892, by Francis Worcester Doughty. 
New York, 1892. 

8vo, pp. 18. (6"8 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY. History of the American 
Numismatic and Archaeological Society . . . with lists of founders, incor 
porators, officers, and members, by W. R. Weeks . . . New York [The So 
ciety], 1892. 

4to, pp. 50. illus., pi. (In American Numismatic and Archaeological Society, 
New York. Proceedings. New York, 1892. 30th-34th meeting. 1882-92.) 

(679 

AMERICAN NUMISMATIC AND ARCH.EOLOSICAL SOCIETY. Report of the Committee 
on medals, January 18th, 1904. New York, 1904. 

4to, pp. 13. (680 



AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 99 

AMERICA* PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Transactions. Vols. i-vi. 1709-1809. New 
series, Vols. i-xxi, 1818-1905. Philadelphia. 1771-1905. 

4to. 

A second edition of Vol. i, 1769, was published in 1789. Vol. vi was reprinted 
in 1809. (681 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Experiments and observations on the min 
eral waters of Philadelphia, Abington, and Bristol, in the province of Penn 
sylvania. Read June 18, 1773, before the Society. By Benjamin Rush. 
Philadelphia, 1773. 

8vo, pp. 30. (682 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An oration, delivered February 4, 1774, be 
fore the Society. Containing an enquiry into the natural history of medi 
cine among the Indians in North America, and a comparative view of their 
diseases and remedies with those of civilized nations. Together with an 
appendix, containing proof and illustrations. By Benjamin Rush. Phila 
delphia [1774]. 

Svo, pp. 118. (683 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Oration, March 1(5, 1780, Before the Society. 
By Timothy Matlack. Philadelphia, 1780. 

4 to, pp. L 7. (684 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Anniversary oration. May 21 [1782], be 
fore the Society. By Thomas Bond. Philadelphia [1782]. 

Svo. pp. 34. (685 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An oration delivered before the Society, 
the 27th of February, 1780, containing an inquiry into the influence of 
physical causes upon the moral faculty. By Benjamin Rush. Philadel 
phia, 1780. 

8vo, pp. (6), 40. 

Same, second edition, Philadelphia, printed ; London, reprinted 1786. Svo, 
pp. (8). 71. (686 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Papers relative to certain American an 
tiquities. By Winthrop Sargent, and by Benjamin Smith Barton. Phila 
delphia, 1796. 

4to, pp. iv, 39. 2 plates. 

From Vol. iv of the Transactions of the Society. (687 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An eulogium. intended to perpetuate the 
memory of David Rittenhouse. late president of the American Philosophical 
Society, delivered before the Society in the First Presbyterian Church, Phil 
adelphia, the 17th December, 1790. By Benjamin Rush. Philadelphia 
[1796]. 

Svo, pp. 46. (688 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Laws and regulations. Philadelphia, 1814. 

Svo, pp. 36. (689 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An account of the history, manners, and 
customs of the Indian nations who once inhabited Pennsylvania and the 
neighbouring States. Communicated to the historical and literary com 
mittee of the Society by the Rev. John Heckewelder, and published by the 
committee. Philadelphia, 1818. 

8vo, pp. (2), iv, 348. (9O 



100 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Transactions of the historical and literary 
committee. Vols. i, n, in (pt. 1). Philadelphia, 1819-1843. 

8vo, 3 vols. 

Contents : Vol. i. List of the officers and members of the historical committee ; 
Constitution of the historical committee ; Literary notice ; Report of the commit 
tee to the Philosophical Society ; Corresponding secretary s report to the com 
mittee on the languages of the American Indians ; List of MS. donations, 
concerning the Indians and their languages ; An account of the history, man 
ners, and customs of the Indian natives who once inhabited Pennsylvania and 
the neighbouring States, by John Ileckewelder ; Correspondence between Mr. 
Ileckewelder and Mr. Duponceau, on the languages of the American Indians ; 
Words, phrases, and short dialogues in the language of the Lenni Lenape or 
Delaware Indians. 1819. pp. 7, 464 (1). 

Vol. ii. A dissertation on the nature and character of the Chinese system of 
writing, by I . S. Duponceau ; A vocabulary of the- Cochin Chinese language, by 
Joseph Morrone, with notes, by M. De La Palaen, and a Cochin Chinese and 
Latin dictionary. 

Vol. in, part 1. List of the members of the historical and literary committee ; 
List of the presidents of the Society; Historical sketch of . Continental paper 
money by Samuel Breck ; The social and intellectual state of the colony of Penn 
sylvania prior to the year 1743, by Job R. Tyson ; Biographical notice of Edward 
Livingston, by Henry D. Gilpin ; On the effects of secluded and gloomy impris 
onment on individuals of the African variety of mankind in the production of 
disease, by Benjamin H. Coates. pp. iv, (2), 99. (G91 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Report made to the historical and literary 
committee of* the Society, by their corresponding secretary, stating his 
progress in the investigation committed to him, of the general character 
and forms of the languages of the American Indians, by P. S. Du Ponceau. 
Philadelphia, 1819. 

8vo, pp. 34. (692 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Discourse on the early history of Pennsyl 
vania ; being an annual oration before the Society, June G, 1821. By Peter 
S. Du Ponceau. Philadelphia, 1821. 

8vo, pp. 38. (693 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Discourse concerning the influence of Amer 
ica on the mind ; being the annual oration before the Society, October 10, 
1823. By C. J. Ingersoll. Philadelphia, 1823. 

8vo, pp. 67. (694 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the library. Philadelphia, 
1824. 

8vo, pp. xv, 290. (695 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Communication on the improvement of 
government ; read before the Society, October 1, 1824. By C. J. Ingersoll. 
Philadelphia, 1824. 

8vo, pp. 24. (696 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Eulogium in commemoration of Hon. Wil 
liam Tilghman, delivered before the Society, October 11, 1827. By P. S. Du 
Ponceau. Philadelphia, 1827. 

8vo, pp. 46. (697 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Eulogium on Thomas Jefferson, before the 
Society, April 11, 1827. By Nicholas Biddle. Philadelphia, 1827. 

8vo, pp. 5 5. (698 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Laws and regulations adopted, June 21, 
1833. Philadelphia, 1833. 

8vo, pp. 46 (1). (699 






AMEEICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. 101 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Memorial -of the American Philosophical 
Society, and of the Historical Society of Philadelphia, recommending the 
publication of certain ancient records ; and the report of a committee of the 
House of Representatives ui>on the same subject. Harrisburg, 1830. 

Svo, pp. 8. (7OO 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Second report of the joint committee on 
Meteorology, of the American Philosophical Society and Franklin Institute. 
[By James P. Espy.] Philadelphia. 183G. 

8vo, pp. 8 (1). (7O1 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Xecrological notice of Dr. Philip Syng 
Physick, delivered before the Society, May 4, 1838. Philadelphia, 1838. 

8vo, pp. 32. (7O2 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An inquiry into the influence of physical 
causes upon the moral faculty. Delivered before the Society. 27th of Feb 
ruary, 1786. By Benjamin Rush. Philadelphia, 1830. 

8vo, pp. 28. (70S 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings. Vols. i-xr.iv. 1838-1905. 
Philadelphia, 1840-1905. 

8vo, 44 vols. 

Vol. xxn is in four parts. Part 3 consists of " Early proceedings of the 
Society, compiled by [Henry Phillips, jr.]. From the manuscript minutes of its 
meetings from 1744 to 1838." Philadelphia. 1MS4. pp. iii. 87."). Two photo 
graphs. (7O4 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Biographical notice of Edward Livingston. 
Read before the Society. By Henry D. Gilpin. Philadelphia, 1843. . 

8vo, pp. 20. (7O5 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Celebration of the hundredth anniversary 
of the Society on the 25th May, 1843 ; with a discourse by Dr. Patterson on 
the origin, progress, and labors of the Society, followed by the proceedings 
at a special meeting on the 2<5th. 27th, 29th, and 30th May, in further cele 
bration of the occasion, with abstracts of scientific papers then read, etc. 
Philadelphia, 1843. 

Svo, pp. 232. 

Also printed as Vol. in of the Proceedings. (7OO 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. p]arly history of the Society. A discourse 
at the celebration of its hundredth anniversary. By Robert M. Patterson. 
With the introductory address of the President. Philadelphia, 1843. 

Svo, pp. (2), 30. (7O7 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. On the effects of secluded and gloomy im 
prisonment on individuals of the African variety of mankind in the pro 
duction of disease. By Benjamin II. Coates. Read at the centennial anni 
versary of the Society, May 29, 1843. Philadelphia. 1843. 

8vo, pp. 15. (70S 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The social and intellectual state of the 
colony of Pennsylvania prior to the year 1743. Read before the Society, 
29th May, 1843, in commemoration of its hundredth anniversary. By Job R. 
Tyson. Philadelphia, 1843. 

8vo, pp. 23. (70.S 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Historical sketch of Continental paper 
money. By Samuel Breck. Philadelphia, 1843. 
8vo, pp. 40. 

Same reprinted. Philadelphia, 1863. Svo, pp. 34. 

First issued in the Transactions. Fifty copies were puhlished on large paper. 

(70J> 



102 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL S6ciEiY. Public discourse in commemoration of Peter 
S. Du Ponceau, before the [Society] on the 25th of October, 1844. By R. 
Dunglison. Philadelphia, 1844. 

8vo, pp. 44. (710 
AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Laws and regulations, as finally amended 

and adopted, December 16, 1859. Together with the charter of the Society 
and a list of its members. Philadelphia, I860. 
8vo, pp. 80. 

Contains list of the members from 1769 to 1860. (711 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Obituary notice of II. D. Gilpin. Read 

before the Society [by C. J. Ingersoll], September 21, I860. [Philadelphia, 
I860.] 

8vo, pp. 16. (712 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the library. Philadelphia, 
1861. 

8vo, pp. 1.000. (713 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . On the stone implements of the Indians of 
North America, with a classification and description of the methods of mak 
ing them. By Franklin Peale. Read before the Society. June 21, 1861. 
[Philadelphia, 1861.] 

8vo, pp. 8. (714 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. [Copy of the opinion of the Supreme Court 
in the case of the city of Philadelphia against the Society, claiming taxes 
for the property of the Society.] Philadelphia, 1862. 

8vo. pp. 11. No title-page. (715 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . Catalogue of the American Philosophical 
Society library. Philadelphia. 1863-84. 
Svo. 4 pts. in 1 v. (2 1., pp. 1390). 
By J. 1*. Lesley, librarian. (716 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Discourse on the trial by jury. Read 
before the Society, May 1. 1863. [By Eli K. Price.] Philadelphia, 1863. 

8vo, pp. 24. (717 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . Discourse on the family as an element of 
government. Read before the Society, January, 18(54. [By Eli K. Price.] 
Philadelphia, 1864. 

8vo, pp. HO. (7i 8 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . An obituary notice of Dr. William Darling 
ton. Read before the Society, February 11), 1864. By T. P. James. [Phil 
adelphia. 1864.] 

8vo, pp. 12. No title-page. Title on cover : Biographical sketch of Dr. Wil 
liam Darlington. (719 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . List of members [to January, 1865]. [Phil 
adelphia, 1865.] 

Svo. pp. 56. No title-page. (72O 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . List of the surviving members [etc.], Janu 
ary 1, 1865. [Philadelphia. 1865.] 

Svo, pp. 6. No title-page. (721 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . Laws and regulations. Philadelphia, 1866. 

Svo. (722 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . Contributions to a grammar of the Mus- 
kokee language. By D. G. Brinton. Philadelphia. 1870. 

8vo, pp. 301-309. From the Proceedings. (72:5 



AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. 103 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Grammar of the Choctaw language. By the 
Rev. Cyrus Byington. Edited from the original MSS. in the library of the 
Society. By D. G. Brinton. Philadelphia, 1870. 

8vo, pp. 56. ( 724 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An obituary notice of Franklin Peale. Read 
before the Society by Robert Patterson. 

In Mason s Coin and Stamp Collectors Magazine, Vol. v, pp. 37, 38 ; 59, 60 ; 
76, 77; 90, 91; 101, 102; 118, 119. (Philadelphia, 1871.) (725 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Obituary notice of John F. Frazer. Read 

before the Society, April 4, 1873. By John L. Le Conte. [Philadelphia, 
1873.] 

8vo, pp. 183-190. (726 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Descriptive list of medals struck to com 
memorate the battle of Waterloo. By Henry Phillips, jr. Read before the 
Society, December 6, 1878. [Philadelphia, 1878.] 

8vo, pp. 78-83. No title-page. (727 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. List of the surviving members. [Read 
January 18, 1878.] Philadelphia, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 22. Half title on cover. (728 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Notes upon the collection of coins and 
medals now upon exhibition at the Pennsylvania Museum and School of 
Industrial Art, Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. By Henry 
Phillips, jr. Read before the Society, February 7, 1879. [Philadelphia, 
1879.] 

8vo, pp. 15. (729 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Additional notes upon the collection of coins 

and medals now upon exhibition at the Pennsylvania Museum and School 

of Industrial Art, Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. By Henry 

Phillips, jr. Read before the Society, October 3, 1879. Philadelphia, 1879. 

8vo, pp. 19. No title-page. (73O 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An account of two maps of America pub 
lished respectively in the years 1550 and 1555. By Henry Phillips, jr., A. M. 
(Read before the American Philosophical Society, March 19, 1880.) [Phil 
adelphia, 1880.] 
8vo, pp. 3. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 
1880, v. 19. 

Relates to maps published in Minister s Cosmographia universalis. Basle, 1550, 
and in Grynaeus Novus orhis, Basle, 1555. (731 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. List of the members [to 18801. [Phila 
delphia, 1880.1 

8vo, pp. 72 (1). No title-page (732 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Some recent discoveries of stone imple 
ments in Africa and Asia. By Henry Phillips, jr. Read before the Soci 
ety, May 21, 1880. [Philadelphia, 1880.] 

8vo, pp. 6. No title-page. 

From the Proceedings. (733 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Certain old almanacs published in Phila 
delphia between 1705 and 1744. By H. Phillips, jr. [Read before the 
Society, February 18, 1881.] [Philadelphia, 1881.] 

8vo, pp. 7. (734 



104 AMKRTCAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of S. S. Haldeman. By D. G. 
Brinton. Read before the Society, February 4, 1881. [Philadelphia, 

1881.] 

8vo, pp. 6. (735 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The names of the gods in Kiche myths, 
Central America. By Daniel G. Brinton. Read before the Society, Novem 
ber 4, 1881. Philadelphia, 1881. 

8vo, pp. 37. (736 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Register of papers published in the Trans 
actions and Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. Compiled 
by Henry Phillips, jr. Philadelphia, 1881. 

8vo, pp. 56. (737 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Obituary notice of Ralph Waldo Emerson. 
By Charles G. Ames. Read before the Society, November 3, 1882. [Phila 
delphia, 1882.] 

8vo, pp. 498-503. No title-page. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings. (738 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. A brief account of the more important 
public collections of American archaeology in the United States. By Henry 
Phillips, jr. Read before the Society, May 4, 1883. [New York, 1883.] 

8vo, pp. 9. (739 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Notes from the Codex Ramirez, with a 
translation. By Henry Phillips, jr. Read before the Society, October 19, 
1883. [Philadelphia, 1883.] 

Svo, pp. 36. Map. No title-page. (74O 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Biographical notice of Henry M. Phillips. 
By Richard Vaux. Read before the Society, December 19, 1884. Philadel 
phia, 1884. 

Svo, pp. 72-78. (741 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Trap dykes in the archsean rocks of south 
eastern Pennsylvania. By Persifor Frazer. Read before the Society, Octo 
ber 17, 1881. [Philadelphia, 1884. ] 

8vo ? pp. 691-694. -Title on cover only. (742 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. A great trap dyke across southeastern 
Pennsylvania. By H. Carvill Lewis. Read before the Society, May 15, 

1885. [Philadelphia, 1885.] 

8vo, pp. (1) 438-456. Folded map. (743 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. List of surviving members. Presented 
March 5, 1886. [Philadelphia, 1866.] 

8vo, pp. 12. Title on cover. (744 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The conception of love in some American 
languages. By Daniel G. Brinton. Read before the Society, November 5, 

1886. Philadelphia, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 546-561. (745 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Notes on the Mangue, an extinct dialect 
formerly spoken in Nicaragua. By Daniel G. Brinton. Read before the 
Society. November 20, 1885. Philadelphia, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 22. (74 6 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. On the ikonomatic method of phonetic writ 
ing, with special reference to American archaeology. By Daniel G. Brinton. 
Read before the Society, October 1, 1886. Philadelphia, 1886. 

Svo, pp. 14. Illustrated. (747 



AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. 105 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Comparative vocabulary of Algonquin dia 
lects. From Heckewelder s manuscripts, in the collections of the American 
Philosophical Society. Printed for Wellesley College library, by 10. X. 
Ilorsford. Cambridge, 1887. 

4to, pp. 7. (74S 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Critical remarks on the editions of Diego 
de Landa s writings. By Daniel G. Brinton. Read before the Society, 
January 7, 1887. [Philadelphia, 1887.] 

8vo, pp. 8. No title-page. 

From the Proceedings. (749 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. On an ancient human footprint from Nica 
ragua. By Daniel G. Brinton, M. D. Head before the Society, November 
18, 1887. [Philadelphia, 1887.] 

8vo, pp. 437-444. Plate. 

From the Proceedings. Title on cover. (75O 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. On the so-called Alagiiilac language <-f 
Guatemala. By Daniel G. Brinton, M. D. Read before the Society, Novem 
ber 4, 1887. [Philadelphia, 1887.] 

8vb, pp. (1), 366-477. 

From the Proceedings. (751 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. "Were the Toltecs an historic nationality? 
. By Daniel G. Brinton. Philadelphia, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 15. (752 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. First contribution to the study of folklore 
of Philadelphia and its vicinity. By Henry Phillips, jr. Read before the 
Society, March Ifi, 1888. Philadelphia, _1 888. 

8vo, pp. 159-170. (753 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The language of palaeolithic man. By 

Daniel G. Brinton. Read before the Society, October 5, 1888. Philadel 
phia, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 16. . (754 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. An account of the Congo Independent 
State. By H. Phillips, jr. Read before the Society, November 2, 1888, and 
February 1, 1889. [Philadelphia, 1889.] 

8vo, pp. (18). Maps and woodcuts. (755 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The literary labors of Benjamin Franklin. 

An address delivered before the Society at the commemoration of the one 

hundredth anniversary of the decease of the illustrious founder and first 

president, April 17, 1890. By G. Brown Goode. Philadelphia, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 21. (75O 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of Daniel Ragnes Goodwin, D. D. 
By J. V. Merrick. Read before the Society. November 7, 1890. [Phila 
delphia, 1890.] 

8vo, pp. 15. 

Reprinted from the Proceedings. 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The career of Benjamin Franklin. A paper 
read before the Society. Philadelphia. May 25, 1893, at the celebration of 
the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of its formation in that city. By 
Samuel Abbott Green, M. D., Boston. Philadelphia, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 14. ( 758 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. A vocabulary of the Nanticoke dialect. 
Read before the American Philosophical Society, November 3, 1893. By 
D. G. Brinton. [Philadelphia, 1893.] 

8vo, pp. (9). 

Reprinted from Proceedings, Vol. xxxi. * (759 



106 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, tertiary tipulidae, with special reference 
to those of Florissant, Colorado. A paper presented to the American 
Philosophical Society, on the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of its 
foundation, May 22-26, 1893. By Samuel H. Scudder. [Philadelphia, 
1894.] 

8vo, pp. 83. 9 plates. 

Reprinted from Proceedings, Vol. xxxn. (76O 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Biographical sketch of Hon. Thomas H. 
Dudley. By William John Potts. A paper read before the Society, April 
19, 1895. Reprinted from the Proceedings, Vol. xxxiv, 1895. Philadelphia, 
1895. 

8vo, pp. 36. (761 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Brinton memorial meeting: report of the 
memorial meeting held January sixteenth, nineteen hundred, under the 
auspices of the American Philosophical Society, by twenty-six learned 
societies in honor of the late Daniel Garrison Brinton, M. D. Philadelphia, 
1900. 

8vo, pp. 07. port. 

Addresses by A. II. Smyth and W J McGee ; and a bibliography of Dr. Brinton 
(pp. 42-67) by S. Culin. (762 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Calendar of the correspondence relating to 
the American revolution of Brigadier-General George Weedon, Hon. Rich 
ard Henry Lee, Hon. Arthur Lee, and Major-General Nathanael Greene, 
in the library of the American Philosophical Society. Prepared under the 
direction of the Committee on historical manuscripts. Philadelphia, 1900. 

8vo, pp. vii. 255. 

Compiled by Emma Repplier. (763 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Franklin s bagatelles. J[oseph] G[eorge] 
Rosengarten, editor . . . [Philadelphia? 1901.] 
fol., pp. 61. 

Selections from the Franklin papers, with remarks by the editor. 
Reprinted from Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, v. 40. 
no. 166, July 30. 1901. (764 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY . . . Fundamental laws and regulations 
(adopted 1769), charter (granted 1780) laws and rules of administration 
and order (as amended March 7, 1902). Philadelphia, 1902. 

8vo, 51, [1] pp. (-65 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Valley Forge orderly book of General 
George Weedon of the continental army under command of Gen 1 . George 
Washington, in the campaign of 1777-8, describing the events of the battles 
of Brandywine. Warren tavern, Germantown, and Whitemarsh, and of the 
camps at Xeshaminy, Wilmington, Pennypacker s Mills, Skippack, White- 
marsh, and Valley Forge. New York, 1902. 

8vo, 3 p. 1., pp. 323. front., plans. 

Published under the auspices of the American Philosophical Society. (7O6 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY, The American Philosophical Society, 1743- 
1903; address by J. G. Rosengarten at the annual dinner of the society, 
April 3, 1903 . . . Philadelphia, 1903. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 8. 

Reprinted from the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, July, 
1903. 6 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. 107 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The Earl of Crawford s MS. history in the 
library of the American Philosophical Society. By Joseph G. Rosengarten. 
(Head December 18, 1903.) [Philadelphia, 1903.] 
8vo, pp. 8. 

Reprinted from Proceedings American Philosophical Society, Vol. xin, No. 174. 
Notice of the inedited MS. memoirs of the Earl of Crawford, including: 
Account of some campaigns of the British army from 1G89 to 1712, Journal of 
a campaign under Prince Eugene on the Upper Rhine, Miscellaneous papers ; 
Journal of voyage from the Thames to Russia, and of Campaigning with the 
Russian army, 1738-9 ; Journal of a campaign with the Russian army against 
Turkey, 1739. (7 S 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. The " Franklin papers " in the American 
Philosophical Society. By J. G. Rosengarten. [Philadelphia, 1903.] 

8vo, cover-title pp. [165] -170. 

Reprinted from Proceedings, American Philosophical Society. Vol. XLII, 
No. 173. (769 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY. Documents relating to the purchase and 
exploration of Louisiana, i. The limits and bounds of Louisiana. By 
Thomas Jefferson, n. The exploration of the Red, the Black, and the 
Washita rivers. By William Dunbar. Printed from the original manu 
scripts in the library of the American Philosophical Society and by direction 
of the society s Committee on historical documents. Boston and New York, 
1904. 

8vo, 2 p. 1., 45, 189, 70 pp., 1 1. 2 ports., fold. map. (77O 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. 
New York City. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Papers of the American Society of 
Church History. Vol. i. Report and papers of the first annual meeting, 
held in the city of Washington, December 28, 1888. Edited by Rev. Samuel 
Macanley Jackson, M. A., secretary. New York. 1889. 

8 vo, pp. xxx (2), 271. 

Contents : Organization of the Society ; Constitution ; First annual meeting ; 
Letters from the honorary members : The progress of religious freedom, as shown 
in the history cf toleration acts, by Philip Schaff ; Indulgences in Spain, by 
Henry Charles Lea ; A crisis in the Middle Ages, by James Clement Moffat ; 
Melanchthon s " Synergism," by Frank Hugh Foster ; Some notes on syncretism 
in the Christian theology of the second and third centuries, by Hugh McDonald 
Scott ; The influence of the Golden Legend on pre-Reformation culture history, 
by Ernest Gushing Richardson ; Notes on the New Testament canon of Euse- 
bius, by Arthur Cushman McGiffert ; A note on the need of a complete mission 
ary history in English, by Samuel Macauley Jackson ; List of members ; Index. 

(771 

AMERICAN SOCIETY or CHURCH HISTORY. Papers of the American Society of 
Church History. Vol. n. New York, 1890. 
8vo, pp. XX (2), 104. 

Contents : Constitution ; Second annual meeting ; Some remarks on the Alogi, 
by G. P. Fisher ; The Camisard uprising of the French Protestants, by II. M. 
Baird ; Parochial libraries of the colonial period, by J. F. Hurst ; Dante s the 
ology, by Philip Schaff ; The corruption of Christianity through paganism 
during the first two centuries, by Abraham II. Lewis : Some relics of early 
Presbyterianism in Maryland; by J. W. Mcllvain ; List of members. (772 



108 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMKKICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Papers. Vol. in. Reports and paper* 
of third annual meeting, December 30, 31, 1890. Edited by Samuel 
Macauley Jackson. New York, 1891. 
8vo, pp. xiii, 251. 

Contents : The Renaissance, the revival of learning and art in the fourteenth 
and fifteenth centuries, by Philip Schaff ; The historical geography of the Chris 
tian church, by Henry W. Hulbert ; The Anabaptists of the sixteenth century, by 
H. S. Burrage ; The vicissitudes of the doctrine of the Lord s supper in the 
English church, by J. W. Richard ; Villegaignon, founder and destroyer of the 
first Hugenot settlement in the New World, by T. E. V. Smith ; Report on a 
proposed series of denominational histories, to be published under the auspices 
of the American Society of Church History, by Albert Henry Newman ; The 
place of church history in the college course of study, by Henry M. MacCracken ; 
List of members of the Society. (77 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Papers. Vol. iv. Report and papers 
of the fourth annual meeting, December 29 and 30, 1891. Edited by Samuel 
Macauley Jackson. New York, 1892. 
8vo, pp. Iviii, 235. 

Contents : Works of interest to the student of church bistory which appeared 
in 1891 ; The religious motives of Christopher Columbus, by William Kendall 
Gillett : The "heads of agreement" and the union of Congregationalists and. 
Presbyterians based on them in London, 1691, by Williston Walker ; Christian 
Unity, or the Kingdom of Heaven, by Thomas Davidson ; The bulls distributing 
America, by John Jordan ; The confessional history of the Evangelical Lutheran 
Church in the United States, by John Nicum ; Christian thought in architecture, 
by Barr Ferree ; The friendship of Calvin and Melanchthou, by Philip Schaff ; 
Recent researches concerning mediaeval sects, by Albert Henry Newman ; List 
of members of the Society. (774, 775 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Papers. Vol. v. Report and papers 
of the fifth annual meeting, held in the city of Washington, December 27 
and 28, 1892. Edited by Samuel Macauley Jackson, M. A. New York, 1893. 
8vo, pp. Ixii, 143. 

Contents : Bibliography of works of interest to the student of church history 
which have appeared in 1892, compiled by the secretary ; St. Thomas of Canter 
bury, by Philip Schaff; The absolution formula of the Templars, by Henry 
Charles Lea ; The services of the Mathers in New England religious develop 
ment, by Williston Walker; Holland and religious freedom, by Rev. Talbot Wil 
son Chambers ; The Italian Renaissance of to-day, by Rev. George Robert White 
Scott; List of members; Index. (77O 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Papers, Vol. vi. Reports and papers 
of the sixth annual meeting, December 27 and 28, 1893. Edited by Rev. 
Samuel Macauley Jackson, M. A. New York, 1894. 

8vo, pp. xxx, 224. 

Contents : The Schaff memorial meeting, December 27, 1893 ; Dr. Schaff as a 
Bible student and a reviser, by T. W. Chambers ; Dr. Schaff as uniting Teutonic 
and Anglo-Saxon scholarship, by J. F. Hurst ; Dr. Schaff and the Lutheran 
Church, by H. E. Jacobs ; Dr. Schaff and the Episcopal Church, by C. C. Tiffany : 
Dr. Schaff and the Roman Catholic Church, by T. J. Shahan ; Dr. Schaff as a 
literary worker, by E. C. Richardson ; Tribute from Joseph Henry Allen ; Life 
and work of Bishop Francis Asbury, by Asbury Lowry ; Benjamin Schmolck. by 
J. E. Rankin ; Life and work of S. Thomas Aquinas, by Thomas O Gorman ; The 
Gospel of Peter, by A. C. McGiffert ; Faust and the Clementine recognitions, by 
E. C. Richardson ; The contest for religious liberty in Massachusetts, by H. S. 
Burrage, D. D. ; The doctrine of apostolic succession in the Church of England, 
by H. C. Tedder ; Prayers for the dead, by G. F. Williams ; List of members ; 
Index. (777 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Papers. Vol. VH. Reports and papers 
of the seventh annual meeting, held in the city of Washington, D. C., 



AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. 109 

December 27 and 28, 1894. Edited by Rev. Samuel Macaulay Jackson, 
M. A., secretary. New York, 1895. 
8vo, pp. ccxlviii, 65. 

Contents : Works of interest to the student of church history published in 
1893, a bibliography compiled by the secretary ; Dr. Schaff as an historian, by 
G. P. Fisher ; Some elements in the making of the United States, by C. II. 
Small; Judge Samuel Sewall (1652-1730), a typical Massachusetts Puritan, by 
J. L. Ewell ; List of members. (778 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Papers. Vol. vm. Reports and papers 
of the eighth and ninth annual meetings, December 2<> and 27, 1805, and 
December 29 and 30, 189(3. Edited by Samuel Macauley Jackson. New 
York, 1897. 

Svo, pp. xxxi, 323. 

Contents : Constitution of the Society ; Eighth annual meeting ; Ninth annual 
meeting ; A brief sketch of the united synod of the Presbyterian Church in the 
United States of America, by Thomas Cary Johnson ; The teachings of Antonio 
Rosmini and the censures passed upon them by ecclesiastical authority, by 
Henry Clay Sheldon ; The ecclesiastical situation in New England prior to the 
Revolution, by Joseph Henry Allen ; The Amsterdam correspondence, by Edward 
T. Corwin ; John Eliot, the Puritan missionary to the Indians, by Ezra Hoyt 
Byington ; The Labadist colony in Maryland, by Bartlett Burleigh James ; 
AA esley as a churchman, by John Alfred Faulkner ; The attitude of the western 
church towards the study of the Latin classics in the early middle ages, by 
Dana Carelton Munro ; The development of the appellate jurisdiction of the 
Roman see, by Joseph Cullen Ayer ; Hincmar : an introduction to the study of 
the Revolution in the organization of the church in the ninth century, by Guy 
Carelton Lee ; The attitude of the Society of Friends toward slavery in the 
seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, particularly in relation to its own mem 
bers, by Allen Clapp Thomas; List of members: Index. (779 
NOTE. The American Society of Church History, organized March 23, 1888, was, on 
December 31, 1896, constituted the Church History Section of the American Historical 
Association. The publications of the Society from 1880 to 1807. comprising eight vol 
umes of " Papers," edited by Rev. Samuel Macauley Jackson. M. A., secretary, have been 
transferred to the American Historical Association, and this series of Papers is dis 
continued. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Indulgences in Spain. By Henry 
Charles Lea. New York, 188U- 
8vo, pp. 42. 

Reprinted from Papers of the American Society of Church History, Vol. I, 
pp. 120-171. (78O 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. Secretary s report of the organization 
of the Society. New York, March 23, 1888. 
8vo, pp. 11. 
Contains constitution and list of members. (781 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The " Heads of agreement," and the 
union of Congregationalists and Presbyterians based on them in London. 
By Williston Walker. A paper read before the Society, December 29 and 30, 
1891. [New York, 1891.] 

8vo, pp. (2), 29-52. 

Reprinted from the Papers of the Society. (782 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The place of church history in the col 
lege course of study. A paper read before the American Society of Church 
History in Washington, D. C., December 31, 1890. By Henry Mitchell 
MacCracken. New York, 1891. 

Svo, pp. (25). (783 



110 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. i. The religious forces of the United States. By H. K. Carroll, LL. D. 
New York, 1893. 

8vo, pp. Ixii, 449. (784 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. n. A history of the Baptist churches in the United States. By A. H. 
Newman, D. D., LL. D. New York, 1894. 

Svo, pp. xv, 513. ( 7S5 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. in. A history of the Congregational churches in the United States. 
By Williston Walker. New York, 1894. 

8vo, pp. xiii, 451. (786 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. iv. A history of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the United States. 
By Henry Eyster Jacobs. New York, 1893. 

8vo, pp. xvi, 539. (787 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. v. A history of Methodists in the United States. By J. M. Buckley. 
New York, 1896. 

8vo, pp. xix, 714. (788 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. vi. History of the Presbyterian churches in the United States. By 
Robert E. Thompson. New York, 1895. 

Svo, pp. xxx i, 424. (789 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. vii. History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States. 
By Charles C. Tiffany. New York, 1895. 

8vo, pp. xiv, 593. (79O 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 

Vol. vin. A history of the Reformed Church, Dutch ; the Reformed Church, 

German, and the Moravian Church in the United States. By E. T. Corwin, 

D. D., Prof. J. II. Dobbs, D. D., and Prof. J. T. Hamilton. New York, 1895. 

Svo, pp. xvi, 525. (791 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 

Vol. ix. A history of the Roman Catholic Church iu the United States. 

By Thomas O Gorman. New York, 1895. 

Svo, pp. xviii, 515. (793 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. x. A history of the Unitarians and the Universalists in the United 
States. By Joseph Henry Allen, D. D., and Richard Eddy, D. D. New 
York, 1894. 

Svo, pp. ix, (3), 516. (793 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. xi. A history of the Methodist Church South, the United Presbyterian 
Church, the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and the Presbyterian Church 
South, in the United States. By Prof. Gross Alexander, D. D. ; James B. 
Scouller, D. D. ; Prof. R. V. Foster, D. D.. and Prof. T. C. Johnson, D. D. 
New York, 1894. 

Svo, pp. xii, 4S7. (794 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. xn. A history of the Disciples of Christ, the Society of Friends, the 
United Brethren in Christ, and the Evangelical Association. By B. B. 
Tyler, D. D. ; Prof. A. C. Thomas, M. A. ; R. H. Thomas, M, D. ; D. Berger, 



AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Ill 

D. D., and Rev. S. P. Spring, and Bibliography of American church history, 
by Samuel Macauley Jackson, D. D., LL. D. New York, 1894. 

8vo, pp. x, 519. (795 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. The American Church History Series. 
Vol. xin. A history of American Christianity. By Leonard Woolsey 
Bacon. New York, 1897. 

8vo, pp. x, 429. (79 

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CHURCH HISTORY. John Eliot, the Puritan Missionary to 
the Indians. A paper read before the American Society of Church History, 
at its ninth annual meeting, Dec. 30th, 189(3. By Ezra Hoyt Byington. 

Reprinted from the Papers, Vol. viii. (797 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. 
Boston, Mass. 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Constitution and by-laws. With a list of 
officers, fellows, and members, and an address. Boston, 1840. 

8vo, pp. 24. (798 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Constitution and by-laws. With a list of 
officers, fellows, and members, and an address. Boston, 1844. 

8vo, pp. 24. (799 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Collections of the American Statistical 
Association. Vol. I. Boston, 1847. 

8vo. pp. x. 596. 

Statistics of towns in Massachusetts ; Heights, latitudes, and longitudes of 
eminences ; Statistics of population ; Statistics of taxation in Massachusetts. 
By J. B. Felt. Issued in three parts ; published in 1843, 1845, and 1847, respec 
tively. 

Part I of Vol. ii of the Collections; comprising Memoir of the life and char 
acter of George Cheyne Shattuck, by Edward Jarvis, pp. 1-7 ; Statistics of 
comb making in Leominster, 1852, by C. C. Field, M. D., pp. 8-16 ; Memoir of 
American discoveries, colonization, commerce, and fishery, from Newfoundland 
to Florida, both inclusive, down to 1630, by Joseph B. Felt, LL. I)., pp. 17-134 ; 
The financial revulsion of 1857, by Samuel II. Walley, pp. 135-160; Letters on 
the money crisis of 1857, by Nathan Appleton, pp. 161-175 ; The connection of 
occupation with longevity, by Edward Jarvis, p. 176; The increase of human 
life, by Edward Jarvis, pp. 177-231, was printed in sheets, but never printed as 
a volume, as the sheets were burned in 1872 at the printing office where they 
were stored. The following were printed separately from the same forms as the 
above, but independently paged : Dr. Jarvis s " Memoir of Dr. Shattuck " and 
Walley s "Financial revulsion." Dr. Jarvis s "Increase of human life" was 
issued with a paper cover in pamphlet form with the paging of the Collections, 
and 1,000 copies were printed by the New England Mutual Life Insurance Com 
pany with independent paging and a title-page. The Massachusetts Historical 
Society possesses a copy of the sheets of pp. 1-136, the Boston Athenaeum of 
pp. 1-176, and the Boston Public Library of pp. 1-16, 176-231, of this unpub 
lished volume. These probably constitute all that was saved of the same. (8OO 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. The financial revulsion of 1857. An 
address delivered before the Association, February 10, 1858. By Samuel 
Hurd Walley. Boston, 1858. 

8vo, pp. 28. 

Reprinted from Vol. n of Collection.*. (SOI 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. The increase of human life. Read before 
the Association. By Edward Jarvis, M. D., president of the Association. 

Reprinted from the Atlantic Monthly for the New England Mutual Life 
Insurance Company. Boston, 1872. 8vo, pp. (2) , 55. Also printed as pp. 
177-231 of the second volume of the Collections of the Association. (SOS 



112 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. The history of paper money in the prov 
ince of Massachusetts before the Revolution, with an account of the land 
bank and the silver bank. Read before the Association, May 1874. By 
E. H. Derby. Boston, 1874. 

8vo, pp. 16. (803 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Constitution and by-laws, with a list of 
officers, fellows, and members, January, 1881. Boston, 1881. 

8vo, pp. 13. (H04 
AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Boston s trade and commerce for forty 
years, 1844-1884. By Hamilton Andrews Hill, A. M. Boston, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 20. (SO5 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Memorial of Edward Jarvis, M. D. By 
Robert W. Wood. Boston, 18*85. 

8vo, pp. 24. Portrait. (SO6 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications of the American Statistical 
Association. New series, Vol. i. Boston, 1888-1890. 

One vol., Svo, pp. 492. Illustrated. 

NOTE. The publications are issued in numbers under the title " Quarterly 
Publications." The volume when made up has a title-page with the title 
" Publications." 

Contents: (1) Statistics of water power employed in manufacturing in the 
United States, by George F. Swain, 44 pp. ; (2, 3) Park areas and open spaces in 
American and European cities, by E. R. L. Gould ; Key to the publications of the 
U. S. Census, 1790-1887, with occasional reference to other statistical works, by 
Edward Clark Lunt, 45-125 pp. ; (4) Life insurance in the United States, by 
Walter C. Wright ; Review of Reports of bureaus of labor statistics for 1887, 
by Richmond Mayo Smith ; Index to Reports of bureaus of labor statistics for 
1887 ; Sanitary reports of Dr. Lucy M. Hall and Dwight Porter ; Pidgin s prac 
tical statistics ; The census act for 1890 ; Census of deaf mutes ; Abstract of 
report of A. Graham Bell ; Extension of the metric system, vr, 127-181 pp. ; (5) 
Notes on the statistical determination of the causes of poverty, by Amos G. War 
ner ; Statistics of divorce in the United States and Europe, by Samuel W. Dike ; 
Fox s regimental losses in the American civil war, by Francis A. Walker ; Smith s 
statistics and economics, by Henry C. Adams ; Oilman s profit sharing, by Davis 
R. Dewey ; State handbook, Dakota, Alabama, Texas ; Anthropological records ; 
Swank s iron and steel report for 1888 ; Uniform railway statistics, by Henry C. 
Adams; Statistics of the American Navy, 1889, vi, 183-240 pp.; (6) American 
railroad statistics, by Arthur T. itadley ; Statistics of municipal finance, by Henry 
B. Gardner ; Newsholme s vital statistics, by John S. Billings ; Manual of Ameri 
can waterworks, by George F. Swain; Chronicle fire tobies [etc.], (6), 241-298 
pp. ; (7) Prison statistics for the United States for 1888, by Roland P. Falkner ; 
An account of the collections of the American Statistical Association, by Samuol 
A. Green ; Galton s statistical methods, by John Dewey ; Insurance records 
[etc.], (4), 299-348 pp.; (8) Finance statistics of the American common 
wealths, by Edwin R. A. Seligman ; Divorce in France, by Benjamin F. Keller ; 
Relief of the poor in Germany, by A. G. Warner; Prison statistics [etc.], iv, 
349-492 pp. (8O7 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. n. 1890-91. Bos 
ton, 1891. 

Svo, pp. v (6), 470. 

Contents : No. 9. Mortgage statistics, by George K. Holmes. Reviews and 
notices : An annual census of manufactures, by S. N. D. North. * * * Mis 
cellany : Statistics of Christian names in early times ; Census of the electrical 
industry ; Mortgages in foreign countries. No. 10. The study of statistics in 
Italian universities, by C. D. Wright ; Statistics of private corporations, by R. P. 
Falkner. Reviews and notices : English labor statistics, by D. R. Dewey ; Memo 
randa on the fall in rates of interest, by W. C. Wright ; Election statistics of 
Massachusetts, by W. S. Allen. Miscellany : Study of statistics in colleges, by 
F. A. Walker ; The fire losses in the United States during 1889. Nos. 11, 12.- 
Statistics of the colored race in the United States, by F. A. Walker ; How to 
make statistics popular, by C. F. Pidgin ; The study of retail prices in Boston 
and vicinity, by W. F. Cook. Reviews and notices : Labor statistics, by F. R. 



AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. 113 

Hathaway ; The United States census bulletins. * * * No. 13. The growth 
of cities in Massachusetts, by II. G. Wadlin ; Rate of natural increase of popula 
tion in the United States, by II. Hollerith ; .The first census of Massachusetts, by 
S. A. Green ; The commercial death rate, by A. C. Stevens ; Parliamentary elec 
tions in Japan, by T. MacNair. Reviews and notices : Reports of bureaus of 
labor statistics, by F. R. Hathaway ; Notes on President Walker s article on sta 
tistics of the colored race, by II. A. Newton ; The birth rate in Europe during the 
last twenty ye"ars, by G. N. Calkins. * * * No. 14. A basis for statistics 
of cost of production, by C. I). Wright; A formula for predicting the population 
of the United States, by H. S. Pritchett ; Weight and longevity, by T. B. Macau- 
lay ; Some results of sanitary legislation in England since 1875, by G. N. Calk 
ins ; Reviews and notices. No. 15. The Eleventh census, by R. P. Porter ; 
Criminal statistics, by R. P. Falkner. Reviews and notices : Suicide in the 
European armies, by F. P. Emery ; Movement of population in France for 1890, 
by G. N. Calkins ; Statistical yearbooks and annuals, by I). R. Dewey ; Statistics 
of German cities, by R. P. Falkuer ; French statistical album, by W. Z. Ripley ; 
Preliminary report of the census of the United Kingdom, No. 16. The census 
enumeration in Prussia, by C. C. Plehn ; A plea for the average, by G. K. Holmes. 
Reviews and notices : Reports of health and vital statistics, by G. N. Calkins ; 
Statistics of pauperism in Hartford, by A. G. Warner ; Comparison of movement 
of population in Prussia and France, by F. C. Norton ; Suicides in Prussia and 
Italy, by F. C. Holmes : Anthropometric statistics, by R. Waterman, jr. ; The 
census of Austria, by F. Walker ; The census of Berlin ; A French labor bureau ; 
Bibliographical note on statistics of immigration, by S. Cushman ; Statistics of 
vaccination ; Semiannual census of criminals in Minnesota ; Statistical articles 
in magazines and journals, by W. Z. Ripley [etc.]. (808 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. in, 1892-93. Boston, 
1893. 

8vo, pp. vi (4), 614. 

Contents : No. 17. Statistics of crime in Massachusetts, by F. G. Pettigrove ; 
Development of statistics of religions, by M. Fournier de Flaix, translated by 
Alice R. Jackson ; Net profits of manufacturing industries in Massachusetts, by 
F. B. Hawley ; Classification of trade statistics, by F. C. Hicks ; Proposed sta 
tistical legislation, by R. P. Falkner. Reviews and notices : Studies in Jewish 
statistics, by C. A. Currier ; The wool book ; Divorce statistics in the United 
States ; Causes of poverty, by G. N. Calkins ; Statistical articles in German peri 
odicals and journals, by V. Rosewater, C. F. A. Currier. Nos. 18, 19. A statis 
tical inquiry concerning domestic service, by Lucy M. Salmon ; The theory and 
practice of price statistics, by R. P. Falkner; Statistics of suicides in New Eng 
land, by D. R. Dewey ; Semiannual census of paupers in Minnesota, by II. H. 
Hart ; Reviews and notices : A statistical study of illegitimacy, by C. F. A. Cur 
rier ; Mortgage indebtedness in Europe, by G. K. Holmes; Statistics of divorce 
in France, by G. N. Calkins ; Anthropometry ; A university course in statistics ; 
Statistics of prisoners, 1890 ; Convention of commissioners of bureaus of labor 
statistics; Net profit of manufacturing industries in Massachusetts, by W. F. 
Draper ; International statistical comparisons. No. 20. The establishment of 
an imperial commission for labor statistics in Germany, by C. C. Plehn ; French 
statistical publications, by C. D. Hazen : Sketch of life of Robert W. Wood, 
M. D., by J. W. Dean. Reviews and notices : Earnings of women in Michigan, 
by L. M. Salmon ; Effect of occupation on health, by S. W. Abbott ; Influence 
of occupations upon mortality, by W. Z. Ripley ; Fertility of marriages in 
Prussia according to the religious creeds of the contracting parties, by G. N. 
Calkins : The French population, by W. Z. Ripley ; The geographical distri 
bution of sexes, by G. N. Calkins ; Effect of parents age on vitality of chil 
dren, by G. N. Calkins ; The fall of the rate of interest and its influence on 
provident institutions, by F. Walker ; Limitations of statistics, by S. F. Weston ; 
Suicides in the Austrian army in the years 1873-1890; Ten years growth of 
the city of London, by C. F. A. Currier ; Work of the Statistical Seminary at the 
University of Vienna, by V. Rosewater ; Local public records of Massachusetts, 
by G. N. Calkins ; The criminal statistics of Buenos Ayres, by L. P. Lane ; The 
average length of life in TVjinoe, by G. N. Calkins: Note from Francis Galton 
on the subject of distr ion: Registration report of Massachusetts; Necessity 
of revision of the class?. uj;tii,ii and nomenclature employed in the vital statistics 
of Massachusetts, by S. W. Ai.hott. Nos. 21, 22. Observations on the measure of 
change, by C. H. Cool y ; <Vst statistics of public electric lighting, by V. Rese 
ll. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol ! 



114 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

water ; Immigration and foreign-born population, by R. Mayo-Smith ; The value 
of percentile grades, by L. Gulick ; Reviews and notices. No. 23. Murders in 
Massachusetts, by Waldo M. Cook ; Classification of occupations in the census, 
translation of report made by M. Bertillon ; Growth of cities in the United 
States during 1880-1890, by Carl Boyd ; The vital statistics of an Apache Indian 
community. No. 24. Papers read at sessions of the International Statistical 
Institute, Chicago, September, 1893 : Statistical data for the study of the assimi 
lation of races and nationalities in the United States, by R. Mayo-Smith ; Report 
of an international mortality standard, or mortality index, by J. Korosi ; Char 
acter and volume of the money of the United States, by M. L. Muhleman : Fluc 
tuations in the secured circulation of the national banks and their relations to 
the prices and investment values of bonds, by C. A. Conant ; Currency reform in 
Austria-Hungary, by J. Mandello ; Comparative statistics of primary education, 
by E. Levasseur ; Results of recent investigations on prices in the United States, 
by F. W. Taussig; Geographical concentration an historic feature of American 
agriculture, by John Hyde ; The course of wages in the United States since 
1840, by C. D. Wright ; Some recent results in railway statistics in the United 
States, by H. C. Adams : The condition and needs of statistics of marriage and 
divorce, by S. W. Dike ; Railway statistics as applicable to earnings of passen 
ger trains, by M. Riebenack ; Comparability of trade statistics of various coun 
tries, by A. E. Bateman ; Geographical distribution of the population of the 
United States, by H. Gannett ; A preliminary report on anthropometry in the 
United States, by E. M. Hartwell ; Remarks on the theory of anthropometry, by 
F. Boas; On the application to individual school children of the mean values 
derived from anthropological measurements by the generalizing method, by W. T. 
Porter ; Anthropometric statistics of Amherst College, by E. Hitchcock ; An 
anthropometrical study of the effect of gymnastic training on American women, 
by C. J. Embuske ; Railway freight-traffic statistics. (8O9 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. iv. Boston, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 387. 

Contents : Nos. 25, 26. The marriage rate in Michigan, 1870-1890, by W. F. 
Wilier ; The classification of occupations lor census purposes, by II. Gannett ; 
Nativity and occupation of members of the Massachusetts legislature, by F. II. 
Newland ; The sex relation in suicide, by F. L. Hoffman ; The growth of St. 
Louis children, by W. T. Porter ; The population of Paris : Female mortuary 
experience of the New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, by M. M. Dawson. 

* * No. 27. The causes of poverty further considered, by A. G. Warner ; 
Congress of hygiene and demography, by R. P. Falkner. Nos. 28, 29. Computa 
tion of the value of the wealth in existence, by G. K. Holmes ; Effects of free sur- 
rended and loan privileges in life insurance, by M. M. Dawson : Was the count 
of population in 1890 reasonably correct? by H. Gannett; Some recent contri 
butions to the literature of vital statistics, by 3. N. Calkins; The distribution 
of our urban population, by M. B. Hammond ; Foreign parentage and foreign 
born, by L. W. Hatch ; A proposed summary of the vital statistics of New 
England ; Statistics of infectious diseases, by S. W. Abbott ; Mortality in Aus 
tralia, by M. M. Dawson. No. 30. Receipts and expenditures of certain wage- 
earners in the garment trades, by M. I. Eaton ; The negro in the West Indies, 
by F. L. Hoffman ; Hull House, maps and papers, by E. G. Bajch : Labor sta 
tistics, etc. No. 31. Almshouse women, by M. R. Smith ; Ohio building and 
loan associations, by S. II. Wilder; Labor statistics; Foreign statistical annuals, 
by D. R. Dewey ; Vital statistics, by S. W. Abbott. No. 32. Accidents in fac 
tories and elsewhere, by K. P. Woods ; The marriage rate in Massachusetts, by 
F. S. Grum ; The international statistical institute, by R. I . Falkner : Reviews 
and notices. (81O 

AM ERICA N STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. v. 1896-1897. Bos 
ton, 1897. 

8vo, pp. vi, 389. 

Contents : No. 33. Real estate values in Boston, by Henry Whitmore ; 
Ethnic influences in vital statistics, by W. Z. Ripley ; Mayo-Smith s Soci 
ology and statistics, by Davis R. Dew^ : Crrduates of colleges for women, 
by M. K. Conyngton ; Year books and , inii.-iis; State censuses; Labor sta 
tistics ; Criminal statistics of Englanc ud s family budgets, by A. G. 
Warner; Educational statistics: Italian : emigration : Permanent census 
bureau. No. 34. Railway competition i problem in statistics, by H. T. 
Newcomb ; Mortality in twenty-three \i,>.> nsetts cities, by Charles E. 



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Burnap; Note on methods of estimating population, by C. L. Wilbur; Massa 
chusetts electric lighting plants, by J. R. Commons; Inquiries concerning 
poverty, by M. K. Conyngton ; Railway statistics ; Labor statistics ; Circula 
tion of money, by Anita Corbert ; Vital and health statistics ; Anthro- 
pometric statistics of Italy, by William Z. Ripley ; Notes on demography ; Trade, 
industry, and finance. No. 35. Round numbers in wages and prices, by Edward 
D. Jones ; Hoffman s statistical study of the negro, by Miles Menander Uawson ; 
Infant morftility in Prussia, by Gary N. Calkins ; Inebriety and suicide, by 
A. T. Hosmer ; The gain and loss exhibit of insurance companies, by Miles 
Menander Dawson ; Notes on vital statistics, by Cressy L. Wilbur ; Middle class 
expenditure ; Sociological statistics of New York City, by Harry I). Hunt ; Study 
of statistics ; Registration of causes of death, by John B. Martin. No. 37. 
Remarks of President Walker at Washington ; Vital statistics of the twelfth 
United States census, by Cressy L. Wilbur ; The vital statistics of the census, 
by William A. King; General Francis A. Walker obituary; Statistics in 
Hungary, by Roland P. Falkner ; Bertillon s treatise, by Davis R. Dewey ; 
Australasian statistics, by Roland P. Falkner ; Muhleman s monetary system, 
by Davis R. Dewey ; Statistics of poverty ; Report of the secretary of the Amer 
ican Statistical Association ; Sauerbeck s price index ; Commercial statistics, by 
Max. L. Samuel and Yves Gtiyot ; United States civil service ; Growth of British 
population compared with that of Germany ; Trade of United Kingdom during 
1896 ; Statistics of vaccination. No. 38. Francis Amasa Walker, address by 
Carroll D. Wright ; Bibliography of the writings and reported addresses of 
Francis A. Walker. No. 39. Some characteristics of farm and home proprie 
tors, by George K. Holmes ; A trial bibliography of the writings of Johann 
Peter Siissmilch, 1707-17G7, by W. F. Willcox and F. S. Crum ; Medical sta 
tistics of the negro, by Frederick L. Hoffman ; Mulhall s statistics, by Roland P. 
Falkner; New York Bureau of Municipal Statistics; Boston Department of 
Statistics ; Memorials ; Municipal statistical offices, by Edward M. Hartwell. 
No. 40. Farm ownership and tenancy in the United States, by Edward Atkin 
son and L. G. Powers ; Vital statistics of the American Public Health Associa 
tion ; The International Statistical Institute; An inquiry into poverty; Vital 
statistics ; Physical and mental condition of school children in London, by 
Harry D. Hunt ; Physical and mental condition of school children in Switzer 
land, by Davis R. Dewey; Family food budgets; Migration of negroes, by Walter 
C. Wright ; The Russian census ; U. S. Department of Labor : Announcement of 
investigations; German income tax statistics, by II. D. Hunt ; Length of resi 
dence of population in Massachusetts, from the Census, vol. 2; Tenure of office 
in business corporations; Statistics of street railways; Index numbers in cor 
rection of export statistics; Defects in export statistics; Relation of recruiting 
to population, by F. S. Crum ; Fall in the rate of interest : Municipal electric 
lighting; The agricultural population of France; State and Federal statistics of 
sheep; Insanity in England. Publications of the Statistical Association. (811 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. vi. 1898-1899. Bos 
ton, 1899. 

Svo, pp. vi, 398. 

Contents: No. 41. Obstacles to accurate statistics, by James II. Blodgett ; 
Uniformity in census returns, by Joseph de Korosi ; Cost of production of corn 
and oats in Illinois in 1896, by Nathan A. Weston : Migration of colored popu 
lation, by Frederick J. Brown ; Natality in Massachusetts : Statistics of 
infirmities in New Zealand ; Proportion of the sexes ; Vital statistics of West 
Indies, by Cressy L. Wilbur; Mortality of negroes; Operation of poll tax in 
Iowa, Athletics and scholarship ; Ages of students entering college ; The pro 
duction and consumption of alcoholic beverages ; Comparative criminal sta 
tistics ; Statistics of trade unions ; Sauerbeck s price index. No. 42. Concentra 
tion in pig iron and coal production, by E. W. Parker ; The annual statistics of 
manufactures in Massachusetts, by Horace G. Wadlin ; The workman in Berlin, by 
Alice Rinehart Callaway ; Gold in actual circulation, by L. J. Gage ; Import and 
export valuations, by F. C. Chappell ; Statement of death rates. No. 43. Compar 
ative statistics of railroad rates, by Henry II. Swain, and remarks by Henry C. 
Adams, Arthur T. Hadley, Emory R. Johnson, H. T. Newcomb, C. E. Prevey ; 
Comparative statistics of railroad service under different kinds of control, by 
C. E. Prevey ; Divorces granted in Michigan during 1897, by Cressy L. Wilbur : 
Classification of causes of death; Birth rate in England, by IT. J. Gerling; 
Birth rate in France, by II. J. Gerling. No. 44. Considerations ill gathering 
forestry statistics, by B. B. Fernow ; Library of the association ; Deaths in 



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childbirth ; Note on the Treasury estimates for 1900, by Worthington C. Ford ; 
Notes on vital statistics, by E. Janssens ; Labor inquires ; Educational sta 
tistics ; Finance and commerce. No. 45. Contributions to the study of wage 
statistics, by Charles J. Bullock ; A year of state deficits, by Worthington C. 
Ford ; Census of 1900 : Vital statistics of the War with Spain, from the Boston 
Medical and Surgical Journal ; A study in immigration, by Reuben G. Thwaites. 
No. 46. The growth of the population of Boston, by Frederick A. Bushee ; 
Wage statistics in theory and practice, by Roland P. Falkner ; A comparative 
study of the statistics of agriculture of the tenth and eleventh census, by N. T. 
Stone. No. 47. Notes on map making and graphic representation, by W. Z. 
Ripley ; The Portuguese population in the United States, by Frederick L. Hoff 
man ; Report on uniform financial school reports ; Memorandum of efforts to 
determine the area and population of the Philippine Islands, by W. F. Willcox : 
Notes concerning the rates of interest in California, by Carl C. Plehn ; Mar 
riages of the deaf, by Samuel W. Abbott. No. 48. Development of the plan for 
a census of the world, by John Howard Dynes ; Monthly bulletin of the statistics 
department of Boston, by H. H. Cook ; Trade of United States, by Worthington 
C. Ford ; Natality, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Statistics of immigration, by Prescott 
F. Hall; Pauper family histories; Danish statistics, by A. G. Keller; Study of 
charity statistics ; Massachusetts life table, by S. W. Abbott ; Notes on vital 
statistics, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Statistics examination ; Record of births, mar 
riages, and deaths; Constitution of the association; Publications. (812 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. vn. 1900-1901. Bos 
ton, 1901. 

8vo, pp. 466. 

Contents : Nos. 49-50. Statistics of college and non-college women, by Mary 
Roberts Smith ; The compartive accuracy of different forms of quinquennial 
age groups, by Allyn A. Young ; Aids in the use of government publications, by 
Lucius Page Lane ; The Pauper abstract of Massachusetts, by C. E. A. Winslow ; 
Round numbers, by C. E. A. Winslow ; The fatality of certain diseases ; Danish 
labor statistics, by A. G. Kellar. No. 51. The registration laws in the colonies 
of Massachusetts Bay and New Plymouth, by Robert Rene Kuczynski ; Tramps 
and wayfarers report of Mass. Association of Relief Officers ; Race problems in 
Cuba, by William Z. Ripley ; Education of women, by Alice Upton Pearmain ; 
Monthly bulletin of the statistics department of Boston ; Statistics of Institu 
tions, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Census of Cuba ; English census taking, by E. H. D. ; 
Italian immigration; International statistics; Argentine statistics, by F. S. 
Crum ; Bulletins of Labor Bureaus; Census Bulletins; Boards of Trade; General 
remarks of the gunshot wounds of 1898 and 1899. No. 52. Advertising in the 
United States, by Sidney A. Sherman ; The practical use of vital statistics, by 
Frederick L. Hoffman; Classification cf causes of death, by C. E. A. Winslow; 
Employers liability, by Miles Menander Dawson ; Vital statistics of the army, by 
C. E. A. Winslow ; A mathematical analysis of the curve of deaths at different 
ages, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Michigan vital statistics ; Census of Hawaii ; School 
attendance in Rhode Island ; Statistics of "housing accommodation ; Inaccuracy 
of trade statistics. No. 53. Industrial consolidations in the United States, by 
Luther Conant, jr. ; The enumeration of children, by Allyn A. Young ; Func 
tional health of women, by Mary Roberts Smith ; Monthly bulletin of the sta 
tistics department of Boston ; Economic statistics ; Statistics of pauperism ; 
The ratio of physicians to the population. No. 54. Some statistics of recidi 
vism among misdemeanants in Boston, by John Koren ; The 58th registration 
report of Massachusetts, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Notes on vital statistics by 
C. E. A. Winslow ; Statistics of Berlin. No. 55. The statistical work of 
Siissmilch, by F. S. Crum. No. 56. Permanent census office ; Notes on foreign 
censuses, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Notes on vital statistics of American cities, by 
C. E. A. Winslow ; Statistics of diseases, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Cost of home- 
cooked and purchased food, by Ava M. Stoddard ; A study of municipal growth, 
by F. S. Crum ; Early congressional documents ; Constitution of the Associa 
tion. (813 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. New series. Vol. vm, 
1902-1903. Boston, 1908. 
8vo, pp. iv, 422. 

Contents : No. 57. Notes on the fraternal beneficiary corporations doing busi 
ness in Massachusetts, by Francis B. Forbes ; Notes on the census ; The preserva- 






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tion of the printed records by the nation, by L. T. Lane; Municipal statistical 
bulletins, by E. H. Davis; The upper million of England s industrial army, by C. 
II. Davis. No. 58. What is the centre of an area, or the centre of a population? 
by John F. Hayford ; Element of labor in railway expenditure, by Andrew L. 
Ilorst ; Notes on vital statistics, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Statistics of diseases, 
by C. E. A. Winslow ; Recent sanitary reports, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Mortality 
statistics of Italy, by S. W. Abbott. No. 59. A statistical study of the fatality 
of typhoid fever at different seasons, by C. E. A. Winslow. No. 60. The 
vital statistics of the census of 1000, by Frederick L. Hoffman. No. Gl. The 
negroes of St. Louis, by Lilian Brandt ; Notes on recent progress in vital sta 
tistics in the United States, by Cressy L. Wilbur; Statistics of small-pox and 
vaccination, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Recent sanitary reports, by C. E. A. Winslow ; 
The Jews in Prussia and Germany, by E. II. Davis ; Two important government 
catalogues, by L. I*. Lane ; Census of Rosario ; Inquiry in regard to tuberculosis ; 
Reports of institutions, by A. M. S. ; Statistical yearbook of Germany ; The 
movement in prices in Germany, by E. E. Agger ; Studies in illegitimacy, by E. E. 
Ager. No. 62. A statistical study of patients admitted at the Connecticut 
Hospital for Insane from the years 1868 to 1901, by Rollin H. Burn. Nos. 63, 
64. Urban and rural New England, by William B. Bailey ; Notes on vital sta 
tistics, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Recent studies of infant mortality, by C. E. A. 
Winslow ; Census wage inquiry ; Note on statistics of prostitution in Cuba, by 
W. F. W T illcox ; Juvenile lawbreakers in Boston, by Joseph Lee ; Atlas of insur 
ance, by F. S. Crum ; A mortality investigation, by D. P. Fackler ; Mercantile 
wages and salaries, by A. B. W. ; Statistics of insanity, by John Koren ; A city 
factory district, by C. W. Doten. (814 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Publications. Volume ix. Nos. G5-72. 
1904-1905. Boston, 1905. 

8vo, pp. v, 356. 

Contents : The decrease of consumption in New England, by S. W. Abbott ; 
Index numbers of prices ; The negro as a peasant farmer, by Katharine Coman ; 
Census statistics of special classes, by John Koren ; Reviews and notes ; Life- 
tables, by S. W. Abbott ; Austrian census of occupations, by H. Fehlinger ; Social 
progress, by C. W. Doten ; Municipal statistical bureaus in Germany, by II. 
Fehlinger ; Divorce, by C. W. Doten ; The bread and meat of the world, by 
Yves Guyot ; Reviews and miscellany : Decline in birth rate and mortality of 
infants, by F. S. Crnm ; Statistics of the deaf and dumb in Germany, by John 
Koren ; Recent sanitary reports, by C. E. A. Winslow ; Statistics of tuberculosis, 
by F. S. Crum ; The negroes of Columbia, Mo., by W. F. Willcox ; The Austrian 
industrial census, 1902, by II. Fehlinger; Tenement house report, by Roswell F. 
Phelps; German trade statistics, by David L. Wing; Wage statistics; Bulletins 
of the census office ; Preservation of census schedules ; Samuel W. Abbott ; Bu 
reau of statistics of Department of Agriculture ; Recent railway accidents in the 
United States, by Carroll W. Doten ; Negroes in the United States, by Charles E. 
Edgerton ; Inheritance in man, by Alice Upton Pearmain ; The Massachusetts 
census of 1905, by Charles F. Pidgin ; A sociological investigation (The soci 
ology of a New York city block), by Roswell F. Phelps ; A German family budget, 
by George B. Mangold ; Methods of measuring the concentration of wealth, by 
M. O. Lorenz ; Homicide in New Hampshire, by Harry G. Nutt ; The birth rate 
in New Hampshire, by Allyn A. Young ; Growth of the New York state census. 
by .1. H. Middleton ; Results of the practical abolition of capital punishment in 
Belgium, by Maynard Shipley. Reviews : Valuation of Railways, by C. W. 
Doten ; Measurement of concentration of wealth, by George K. Holmes ; Family 
desertion, by Roswell F. Phelps ; Methods of presenting statistics of wages, 
by W. C. Mitchell ; Poverty s death-rate, by I. M. Rubinow ; Comment on the 
method of measuring concentration of wealth, by G. 1*. Watkins ; Children of 
decedents in Michigan, by Cressy L. Wilbur. (815-S2O 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Statistics of comb making in Leominster, 
1852. By Caleb C. Field, M. D., with an introduction by Samuel A. Green, 
M. D. Worcester, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 141. Forty copies. (821 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. An account of the collections of the Asso 
ciation. By the Hon. Samuel A. Green, M. D. [Boston, 1889.] 

8vo, pp. 4. 
Reprinted from the Collections. (822 



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AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. History of the progress and population of 
the United States, from 1790 to 1870. By Edward Jarvis, M. D. Boston, 

1877. 

8vo, pp. IOC (82:5 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Financial connection of the use of spirits 
and wine with the people of Concord, Mass. By Edward Jarvis, M. D. 
Boston, 1883. 

8vo. (824 

AMERICAN STATISTICAL ASSOCIATION. Statistics of water power employed in 
manufacturing in the United States. By George F. Swain. Boston. 1888. 
Svo, pp. 44. Map. Plan. 

Reprinted from Publications of the American .Statistical Association, new 
series, No. 1. (825 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. First annual report of the Executive 
Committee, with accompanying papers, 1879-80. Presented at the annual 
meeting, May 15, 1880. Cambridge, 1880. 
8vo, pp. 103. Illustrated. Plates. 

Contents : Study of houses of the American aborigines with a scheme of 
exploration of the ruins in New Mexico and elsewhere, by Lewis H. Morgan ; 
Ancient walls on Monte Leone, in the province of Grosseto, Italy, by W. J. Still- 
man ; Archaeological notes on Greek shores, part 1, by J. T. Clarke. (826 

ARCH.EOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Second annual report, 1880-81. Pre 
sented May 21, 1881. Cambridge, 1881. 

Svo, pp. 40. Plates: (827 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Third annual report of the Executive 
Committee, and first annual report of the Committee on the American School 
of Classical Studies at Athens, 1881-82. Presented May 20, 1882. Cam 
bridge, 1882. 

Svo, pp. r,0. (828 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Fourth annual report of the Executive 
Committee, and second annual report of the Committee on the American 
School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1882-83. Presented May 19, 1883. 
Cambridge, 1883. 

Svo, pp. . r i6. (829 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Fifth annual report of the Executive 
Committee, and third annual report of the Committee on the American 
School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1883-84. Presented May 17, 1884. 
Cambridge, 1884. 

Svo, pp. 118. Map. 

The appendix contains reports of A. F. Bandelier on his investigations in New 
Mexico during 1883-84. (SSO 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Sixth annual report, 1884-85. Pre 
sented May 9, 1885. Cambridge, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 47. (831 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Seventh annual report, 1885-8G. Pre 
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8vo, pp. 48. (832 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Eighth annual report, 1886-87. Pre 
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8vo, pp. 48. ( 833 



ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. 1 10 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Ninth annual report, 1887-88. Adopted 
May 12, 1888. Cambridge, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 62. (834 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Tenth annual report, 1888-89. Adopted 
May 11, 1889, with appendices on the recent progress of archaeology. By 
Alfred Emerson, Henry W. Haynes, and Ad. F. Bandelier. Cambridge, 1889. 
8vo, pp. 108. 

Emerson s report is on classical archaeology, Haynes s is on American archae 
ology, and Bandelier s on archaeological work in Arizona and New Mexico, 
1888-89. (835 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Eleventh annual report, 1889-90. 
Adopted May 10, 1890. Cambridge, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 71. (83O 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Twelfth annual report, 1890-91. 

Adopted at the annual meeting of the council of the Institute, New York, 
May 9, 1891. Boston, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 68. (836 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the Institute. American 
series, No. i. Boston, 1881. 

8vo, pp. (3), 133 (2). Eight plates. 

Contents : Historical introduction to studies among the sedentary Indians of 
New Mexico ; Report on the ruins of the Pueblo of Pecos, by A. F. Bandelier. 

(837 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the Institute. American 
series, No. 11. Boston, 1894. 

Svo, pp. x, 326. Illustrated ; 26 plates. 

Contents : Report of an archselogical tour in Mexico in 1881, by A. F. Ban 
delier. (838 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the Institute. American 
series. HI. 

Final report of, investigations among the Indians of the Southwestern United 
States, carried on mainly in the years from 1880 to 1885. Part i. By A. F. 
Bandelier. Cambridge, 1890. Svo, pp. vi (2), 323. Folded map. Photograph. 

(839 

ARCH,EOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers. American series, iv. Final 
report of investigations among the Indians of the southwestern United 
States, carried on mainly in the years from 1880 to 1885. Part 2. By A. F. 
Bandelier. Cambridge, 1892. 

Svo, pp. vi- (2), 591. Folded plans. Plates. 

Investigations of the ruins in New Mexico and northern Arizona. (84O 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the Institute. American 
series, No. v. Boston, 1S90. 

8vo, pp. v (3), 206. Folded map. 

Contents : Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition ; Contribution 
to the History of the Southwestern Portion of the United States, by A. F. Ban 
delier ; Sketch of the Knowledge which the Spaniards in Mexico possessed of 
the Countries north of the Province of New Galicia, previous to the return of 
Cabeza de Vaca, in 1536 ; Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, ami the Importance of 
his Wanderings from the Mexican Gulf to the Slope of the Pacific for Spanish 
Explorations toward New Mexico and Arizona ; Spanish Efforts to Penetrate to 
the North of Sinaloa, between 1536 and 1539; Fray Marcos of Nizza ; The Expe 
dition of Pedro de Villazur from Santa Fe, N. Mex., to the Platte River, in 1720. 

(841 



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ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the American School of 
Classical Studies at Athens. Vol. i, 1882-83. Boston, 1885. 
8vo, pp. vii, 262, 9. 

Contents : Inscriptions of Assos, edited by J. R. S. Sterrett ; Inscriptions of 
Tralleis, edited by J. R. S. Sterrett ; The Theater of Dionysus, by J. R. Wheeler ; 
The Olympieion at Athens, by Louis Bevier ; The Erechtheion at Athens, by 
H. N. Fowler; The battle of Salamis, by W. W. Goodwin; [Account of the] 
American School of Classical Studies at Athens. (842 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the American School of 
Clasical Studies at Athens. Vol. 11, 1883-4. An epigraphical journey in 
Asia Minor [during the summer of 1884]. By J. R. Sitlington Sterrett 
Boston, 1888. 

Svo, pp. vii, 344. Two maps in pocket. (843 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the American School of 
Classical Studies at Athens. Vol. in. Boston, 1888. 

Contents : Wolfe expedition to Asia Minor, by J. R. S. Sterrett. (844 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the American School of 
Classical Studies at Athens. Vol. iv. Boston, 1888. 
Svo, pp. vi (4), 277. Photographs. Folded plates. 

Contents : The Theater of Thoricus, by Walter Miller ; The Theater of Thori- 
cus, by W. L. dishing ; On Greek versification in inscriptions, by F. D. Allen ; 
The Athenian Pnyx, by J. M. Crow, with a survey and notes, by J. T. Clarke ; 
Notes on Attic vocalism, by J. McKeen Lewis. (845 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the American School of 
Classical Studies at Athens. Vol. v. Boston, 1892. 
8vo, pp. viii. 814. Plates. 
Contains no material on American history. (S4G 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the American School of 
Classical studies at Athens. Vol. vi, 1890-1897. Boston. Mass., 1897. 
Svo, pp. viii, 446. Plates. 
Contains no material on American history. (847 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. First annual report of the Committee 
on the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. [Boston, 1882.1 

Svo, pp. 18. (848 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Second annual report of the Committee 
on the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1882-83. Boston, 
1883. 

Svo, pp. 15. (849 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Third annual report of the Committee 
on the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1883-84. Boston, 
1884. 

Svo, pp. 20. (S5O 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Fourth annual report of the Committee 
on the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1884-85. Cam 
bridge, 1885. 

Svo, pp. 30. (851 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Fifth and sixth annual reports of the 
Managing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 

1885-1887. 

Svo, pp. 115. (852 



ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. 121 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Seventh annual report of the Manag 
ing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 
1887-88. With the reports of the annual directors. Cambridge, 1889. 
8vo, pp. 115. 5 plates. Map. 

Pages 47-98 contain a report on the identification of the site of the Attic 
dome of Icaria, with a detailed statement of what has hitherto been known of 
Icaria and the Icarians, by Augustus C. Merriam. (853 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Eighth annual report of the Managing 
Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1888-89. 
With the reports of Charles Waldstein and Frank B. Tarbell. Cambridge, 
1889. 

8vo, pp. 53. Plan. (854 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Ninth annual report, of the Managing 
Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1889-90. 
With the reports of Charles Waldstein and S. Stanhope Orris. Cambridge, 
1890. 

8vo, pp. 49. (855 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Tenth annual report of the Managing 
Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1890-91. 
With the reports of Charles Waldstein and Kufus B. Richardson. Cam 
bridge, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 47. (S5C5 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Eleventh annual report of the Man 
aging Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 
1891-92. With the reports of Charles Waldstein and William C. Poland. 
Cambridge, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 70. (857 

ARCII/EOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Twelfth annual report of the Managing 
Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1892-93. 
With the reports of Frank B. Tarbell, Charles Waldstein, and James R. 
Wheeler. Cambridge, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 62. Folded plate. (858 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Thirteenth annual report of the Man 
aging Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. 
1893-94. With the reports of Rufus B. Richardson and Charles Waldstein. 
Cambridge, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 84. (859 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Fourteenth annual report of the Man 
aging Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 
1894-95. With the reports of Rufus B. Richardson, Charles Waldstein, and 
Thomas Dwight Goodall. Cambridge, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 90. (860 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the Institute. Classical 
series. No. 1. Boston, 1882. 

8vo, pp. viii, 215. Plates, maps. 

Contents : Report on the investigations at Assos, 1881, by J. T. Clarke : Ap 
pendix, Inscriptions from Assos and Lesbos, and papers, by W. C. Lawton and 
J. S. Diller. 



122 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the Institute. Classical 
series. No. n. . . . Report on the investigations at Assos, 1882, 1883, pt. i. 
By Joseph Thatcher Clarke. With an appendix. New York, 1898. 

8vo, xvi, 376 pp. Illus. (incl. plans) 4 pi. (862 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Papers of the Institute. Classical 
series. No. 3. Boston, 1890. 
8vo, pp. 32. Folded map. 
Contents: Telegraphing among the Ancients, by Augustus C. Merriam. (863 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Bulletin of the School of Classical 
^ Studies at Athens. No. 1. Boston, 1883. 
8vo, pp. (2), 29. 
Contents : Report of William W. Goodwin, director in 1882-83. (864 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Bulletin of the School of Classical 
Studies at Athens. No. 2. Boston, 1885. 
8vo, pp. (2), 32. 

Contents : Memoirs of Lewis R. Packard, director in 1883-84, with the reso 
lutions of the committee and a report on the school for 1883-84. (865 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Bulletin of the School of Classical 
Studies at Athens, iv. Report of John Williams White, Ph. D., professor 
in Harvard University, professor of the Greek language and literature at 
the school in 1893-94. Cambridge, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 52. (866 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Bulletin No. 1, January, 1883. Boston, 
1883. 

8vo, pp. 40. Illustrated. 

Contents: The work of the Institute in 1882, by C. E. Norton; Report by 
A. F. Bandelier on investigations in New Mexico in 1888; Note on a terra-cotta 
figurine from Cyprus [etc.], by T. W. Ludlow. (867 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. American Journal of Archaeology and 
of the History of the Fine Arts. Vols. i-xi. 1885-1896. 

Eleven vols., 8vo. Plates. 

Official organ of the Institute. Onlj- articles relating to America are noticed 
below. 

Vol. i. Baltimore, 1885. pp. vii, 489. 

Contains: The first American classical archaeologist (J. J. Middleton), by 
Charles Eliot Norton ; The aboriginal relics called " sinkers " or " plummets," 
by W. H. Henshaw ; Excavation of a mound in Tennessee, by Cyrus Thomas ; 
Memorandum on the mounds at Satsuma and Enterprise, Florida, by W. H. Dall. 

Vol. ii. Baltimore, 1886. pp. vii (1), 521. 

Contains : No American articles. 

Vol. in. Baltimore, 1887. pp. vii (1), 531. 

Contains : The mound builders of Manitoba, by A. McCharles ; The Boston 
cubit (cubit measure of the xvni dynasty in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), 
by H. G. Wood ; The Old-Fort earthworks of Greenup county, Kentucky, by 
T. H. Lewis. 

Vol. iv. Boston, 1888. pp. ix (1), 550. 

Contains : The relation of the Journal to American archseology, by the edi 
tors. 

Vol. v. Boston, 1889. pp. ix (1), 534. 

Vol. vi. Boston, 1890. pp. xi (1), 612. 

Vol. vii. Boston, 1891. pp. ix (1), 578. 

Vol. vin. Princeton, 1893. pp. xi (1), 631. 

Vol. ix. Princeton, 1894. pp. viii, 614. 

Vol. x. Princeton, 1895. pp. viii, 586. Plates. 

Vol. xi. Princeton, 1896. pp. iv, 613. Plates. (868 



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ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. American Journal of Archaeology. 
The Journal of the Archaeological Institute of America. Second Series. 
Vol. i. Nos. 1-6. 1897. Norwood, Mass. 

8vo, pp. xii, 580. 27 plates. 

Same. Second series. Vol. n. 1898. 8vo, pp. xix, 529. 12 plates. 

Same. Second series. Vol. in. 1899. 8vo, pp. xx, 713. 

Same. Second series. Vol. iv. 1900. 8vo, pp. xxi, 559. Contains: Prog 
ress of American Archaeology during the past ten years, by Henry W. Haynes. 

Supplement to Vol. iv, 1900 : Annual Reports, 1899-1900, Archaeological In 
stitute of America, American School at Athens, American School in Rome, 
American School in Palestine, pp. xi, 162. 

Same. Second series. Vol. v. 1901. 8vo, pp. xxiii, 489. 

Supplement to Vol. v. 1901. pp. 182. Contains : Annual Reports, 1900- 
1901, Archaeological Institute of America, American School at Athens, Ameri 
can School in Rome, American School in Palestine. 

Same. Second series. Vol. vi. 1902. 8vo, pp. xxviii, 502. Contains: 
Some problems in North American Archaeology, by Franz Boas. 

Supplement to Vol. vi, 1902. pp. xv, 202. Annual Reports, 1901-1902, 
Archaeological Institute of America, American School at Athens, American 
School in Rome, American School in Palestine. 

Same. Second series. Vol. vn. 1903. 8vo, pp. xxii, 503. 

Supplement to Vol. vn. Contains : Annual Reports, 1902-1903, Archaeological 
Institute of America, American School at Athens, American School in Rome, 
American School in Palestine, pp. 162. 

Same. Second series. Vol. vm. 1904. Svo, pp. xxv, 507. 

Supplement to Vol. vm. Contains: Annual Reports, 1903-1904, Archaeological 
Institute of America, American School at Athens, American School in Rome, 
American School in Palestine, pp. 187, (1). (S69-S7O 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Bulletin i. First annual report of the 
American School of Classical Studies in Rome (1895-1896) ; pp. 24. Bulletin 
ii. Appendix to annual reports, 1896-1897 : Arch.-ieological Institute of 
America, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, American School 
of Classical Studies in Rome; pp. 25-156. 

Bound with American Journal of Archaeology, new series. Vol. i, 1897. (871 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Bulletin. Appendix to annual reports, 
1897-1898: Archaeological Institute of America, American School of Class 
ical Studies at Athens, American School of Classical Studies in Rome. 

pp. 146. 

Bound with American Journal of Archaeology, new series, Vol. n, 1898. (872 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Bulletin. Appendix to annual reports. 
1898-1899: Archaeological Institute of America, American School of Class 
ical Studies ^ Athens, American School of Classical Studies in Rome. 

pp. 122, xiii. 

Bound with American Journal of Archoeology, second series, vol. 3, 1899. (873 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Preliminary report of an archaeological 
journey made through Asia Minor during the summer of 1884, by J. R. S. 
Svo, 1 p. 1., 45 pp. 

Published by the "American school of classical studies at Athens ; " the 
complete report of the journey of 1884 forms v. 2 of the li Papers " of that 
school. (874 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. A Doric shaft and base found at Assos 

By J. T. Clarke. Baltimore, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 21. Illustrated. (875 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. First, second, and third annual reports 

of the Managing Committee of the American School of Classical Studies at 

Athens, 1881-1884. Reprinted. Cambridge, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 30. (876 



124 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Letter of Edward C. Cabot, president 
of the Boston Society of Architects, to the president of the Archaeological 
Institute, and his reply, concerning the work at Assos and the contribution 
of the Boston Society of Architects toward the cost of printing the report 
of the Assos expedition. Boston, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 6. (877 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. A proto-Ionic capital from the site of 
Neandreia. By J. T. Clarke. Baltimore, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 35. Illustrated. (878 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Report on the Wolfe Expedition to 
Babylonia, 1884-85. By William Hayes Ward. Boston, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 33. (879 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Notes on Oriental antiquities. [No. 
1.] By William Hayes Ward. Baltimore, 1887. 
8vo, pp. 19. Illustrated. 
Same. [No. 2.1 Baltimore, 1888. pp. 14, 2 plates. (879 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Gargara, Larnponia, and Pionia, towns 
of the Troad. By J. T. Clarke. Baltimore, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 31. Illustrated. (881 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA. Regulations, officers, and list of mem 
bers. Boston, 1883. 

8vo, pp. 14. (882 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA WISCONSIN SOCIETY. Report at the 
first annual meeting, held at Madison, Wis., May 2, 1890. Madison, 1890. 
8vo, pp. 24 (4). 

Addresses by Prof. James Davie Butler, LL. D., on A day at Delphi, and by 
Prof. Charles Edwin Bennett, on the Work and aims of the Institute. (883 

GERMAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

GERMAN AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Americana Germanica. Quarterly. 
Vol. iv. Nos. 1-4. 1901-1902. Editor: Marion Dexter Learned. Pub 
lishers: The German American Historical Society, New York. 

4to, pp. xvii, 349. 

Contents : Tagebuch des Capt. Wiederholt vom 7 October 1776 Bis 7 Decem 
ber 1780, by M. D. Learned and C. Gi-osse ; Three Swabian journalists and the 
American Revolution, by John A. Walz ; German literature fn England before 
1790, by John Louis Haney ; Die Vereinigung Alter Deutscher Studenten in 
Amerika, by L. Viereck ; The German American Historical Society ; American 
Ethnographical Survey ; Dr. Karl Follen Ein Lebensbild aus aufgeregten Zeiten in 
zwei Welttheilen, by II. A. Rattermann ; G. II. C. Egerstorff s first stay in 
England and his translation of Klopstock s Messiah, by F. H. Wilkens ; Studies 
in Pennsylvania German family names, by Oscar Kulms ; Der Commers alter 
deutscher Studenten in Amerika zu Ehren des Prinzen Heinrich in New York, 
by Karl Beck. 

Americana-Germanica. A quarterly devoted to the comparative study of the 
literary, linguistic, and other cultural relations of Germany and America. 
Editor : Marion Dexter Learned. Vols. i-iu were published by the University 
of Pennsylvania. With Vol. iv it became the official organ of the German 
American Historical Society. (884 

GERMAN AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. German American Annals. Continu 
ation of the Quarterly Americana Germanica. New series, Vol. i, 1903. 
Nos. 1-12. Old series, Vol. v. Philadelphia. 

8vo, pp. 755. 

Contents : The A merican ethnographical survey The Conestoga expedition, 
1902 ; Benj. Herr s journal, 1830 ; German day in New York ; German achievement 



GERMAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 125 

in America, by C. J. Hexamer ; Der nationalbund und die Deutschamerikaner, by 
Adolph Timrn ; Annual report of the board of directors of the Germanic 
Museum Association, presented at the annual meeting of the association, Dec. 
1, 1902 ; An old German midwife s record, 1791-1815, edited by M. I). Learned 
and C. F. Brede ; Waldeck s diary of the Revolution, 1776-1780, edited by 
M. D. Learned and Rudolph Cronau ; Die auf dem boden des Deutschen uni- 
versitatslebens sich entwkkelnde Amerikanische freundschaft, von Carl Beck; 
Industries of Pennsylvania after the adoption of the federal constitution, with 
special reference to Lancaster and York counties,- by G. D. Luetscher ; Original 
articles published in "Americana-Germanica," Yols. i-iv ; Three Swabian jour 
nalists and the American revolution, by John A. Walz ; Emerson s opinion of 
Goethe, by S. H. Goodnight; In sachen Arno Holz ; An English criticism of 
Schiller s "Robbers," published in 1792; Ferdinand Kiirnbergers Roman "Der 
Amerikamiide," dessen quellen und verhiiltnis zu Lenaus Amerikareise, by 
George A. Mulfinger ; The Swedes in Philadelphia to-day, by E. G. Hoffsten : 
Protokoll der Yierten Konvention des Deutsch-Amcrikanischen Zentral-Bundes 
von Pennsylvanien ; Monolingualism the bane of this country, by II. M. 
Ferren ; Eduard Miihl, ein Deutsch - Amerikanischer Kiimpe fiir Freiheit u_nd 
Menschenrechte, charakter-skizze von Adolf Falbisaner ; Denkschrift ; Zum 
Stiftungsfest der Yereinigung Alter Deutscher Studenten in Amerika, von 
Albert J. W. Kern ; Wie es kam dass ich in Amerika Schulmeister Wurde ; The 
life and works of Friedrich Schiller, by Daniel B. Shumway ; Baltimore Siinger- 
fest ; Herder memorial day; German American Historical societies; Protokoll 
der Zweiten Konvention des Deutsch-Amerikanischen National-Bundes der Yer 
Staaten von Amerika ; Mittheilungen des Deutsch-Amerikanischen National- 
Bundes ; Fiir personliche Freiheit-gegen Prohibitions-Derschiirfung ; Die deutsch- 
amerikanische Schulfrage auf der zweiten National-Konvention ; Die lyrik der 
Deutsch-Amerikanischen Lehrertage ; Einige Berichtigungen, by H. A. Ratter- 
mann ; Mittheilungen des Deutsch-Amerikanischen National-Bundes. (885 

GERMAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. German-American Annals. New series, 
Yol. 2. Old series, Yol. G. Nos. 1-12. 1904. Published by the Society, 
Philadelphia. 

4to, pp. ii, 756. 

Contents : The dedication of Germanic Museum of Harvard Universtiy official 
report ; Waldecks Tagebuch (continuation) ; Mittheilungen des Deutsch-Ameri 
kanischen National-Bundes Ernil Dapprich ; German-American records, by 
Dorothea Nath ; Heidelberg und Studententhum Yon Karl Beck ; Constitution 
and by-laws of the German-American Historical Society ; Johann Jakob Astor 
und die Astor Bibliothek, by Albert J. W. Kern ; Herder Memorial day, Dec. 18, 
1903 ; Herder als Ilistoriker und Philosoph, von Julius Goebel ; Herder und 
Hogarth, von Richard Riethmiiller ; Die Pseudo-Fnabhlingigkeits Erkliirung von 
Mecklenburg Co., Nord-Carolina, von H. A. Ratterman ; Der Einfluss deutscher 
Universitatsideale auf Amerika, von A. R. Hohlfeld ; The Harmony Society : 
a chapter in German-American culture history, by John A. Bole ; Zwei unbe- 
kannte Briefe von Pastorius, von Julius Goebel ; Herder and America, by M. D. 
Learned ; George Friedrich Seidensticker, von C. F. Huch f Der letzte Toast, von 
Hermann Faber ; Franz Lieber, von H. A. Rattermann ; Begriissungsworte beim 
Commers der Yereinigung alter deutscher Studenten in Amerika am 8 October, 
1904 ; Deutsch Amerikanische Annalen. (88 

GERMAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. German-American Annals. New series, 
Yol. 3. Old series, Yol. 7: Philadelphia. 1905. 
8vo, pp. 558. 

Contents : Franz Lieber, von II. A. Ratterman ; Zur Geschichte der Scheltnamen 
"Dutchman" and "Dutch," by Julius Goebel; Reviews; Deutsche Schachspieler 
in Philadelphia, von C. F. Huch ; The influence of Solomon Gessner upon English 
literature, by Bertha Reed ; Friedrich Schiller in America, by Ellwood Comly 
Parry ; Schiller number : Centenary of Schiller s death ; Address of Dr. C. J. 
Hexamer, at laying of corner stone of German theatre, July 4, 1905 ; Diarium 
einer Reise von Bethlehem, Pa., nach Bethabara, N. C. ; List of translations of 
German prose, and list of articles on German countries, American magazines, 
1811-18 50, by Edward Z. Davis ; Frankfurt and Cassel in Goethe s time, from an 
unpublished letter of Johann Matthias Dreyer to Job. Wilh. L. Gleim ; Dritte 
Konvention des Deutsch-Amerikanischen National-Bundes der ver. Staaten von 
Amerika. (887 



126 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

GERMAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Americana-Germanica. New series. 
Translations of German poetry in American magazines, 1741-1810, together 
with translations of other Teutonic poetry and original poems referring to 
the German countries, [by] Edward Ziegler Davis . . . Philadelphia, 
Americana-Germanica press, 1905. 

8vo, pp. ix, 229. (888 

HISTORICAL CLUB OF THE AMERICAN [PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL] 

CHURCH. 

HISTORICAL CLUB OF THE AMERICAN CHURCH. Facsimiles of church documents. 
Papers issued by the Historical Club of the American Church, 1874-1879. 
Privately printed [New York, 1879]. 
8vo, pp. 188. 

Edited by William Stevens Perry and Charles Reuben Hale. (889 

HISTORICAL CLUB OF THE AMERICAN CHURCH. Report of the Council, December 
31, 1871, and appeals for subscriptions. 

Sheet. (89O 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. 
Washington, J). C. 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vols. I 
and ii. Washington, 1888-1890. 

8vo. Illustrated. Vol. i, pp. ii, 335. Vol. n, pp. vlii, 339. 

CONTENTS. 

Vol. i. Introductory address by Gardiner G. Ilubbard ; Geographic Methods 
in Geologic Investigation, by W. M. Davis ; Classification of Geographic Forms 
in Genesis, by W. J. McGee. The Great Storms of March 11 to 14, 1888, by 
A. W. Greely. The Survey of the Coast, by H. G. Ogden. The Survey and Map 
of Massachusetts, by H. Gannett. Proceedings ; Africa, its Past and Future, by 
Gardiner G. Hubbard ; Geography of the Land, by H. G. Ogden ; Geography of 
the Sea, by Geo. L. Dyer ; Geography of the Air, by A. W. Greely ; Geography 
of Life, by C. H. Merriam. Reports ; The Rivers and Valleys of Pennsylvania, 
by W. M. Davis ; Topographic Models, by Cosmos Mindeleff. Minutes ; Irriga 
tion in California, by W. H. Hall; Round About Asheville, by Bailey Willis; A 
Trip to Panama and Darien, by Richard U. Goode ; Across Nicaragua with Tran 
sit and Machete, by R. E. Peary. (891 

Vol. ii. On the Telegraphic Determinations of Longitude by the Bureau of 
Navigation, by J. A. Norris. Reports; The Rivers of Northern New Jersey, 
by W. M. Davis ; A Critical Review of Bering s first Expedition, 1725-1730, by 
William H. Dall ; Supplementary Note on the Alleged Observation of a Lunar 
Eclipse by Bering in 1728-29, by Marcus Baker; The Arctic Cruise of the 
I . S. S. Thetis in the Summer and Autumn of 1889, by Charles H. Stockton ; 
The Law of Storms, considered with Special Reference to the North Atlantic, by 
Everett Hayden ; The Irrigation Problem in Montana, by II. M. Wilson ; Korea 
and the Koreans, by .1. B. Bernadou ; the Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, 
by Josiah Pierce; Geographic Nomenclature, by H. G. Ogden [etc.] ; Rules for 
the Orthography of Geographic Names, by G. Herrle ; Minutes ; Exploration of 
Alaska in 1890; Mount St. Elias Expedition; List of Members; Index. (892 
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. in. 
1891. Washington, D. C., 1892. 

8vo, pp. 261, xxxv. Illus. 

Contents : South America : Annual address by Gardiner G. Hubbard ; The 
geography of the land, by Herbert G. Ogden ; Geography of the air, by A. W. 
Greely ; An expedition to Mount St. Elias, Alaska, by Israel C. Russell ; The 
cartography and observations of Bering s first voyage, by A. W. Greely ; The 
height and position of Mount St, Elias, by Israel C. Russell ; The heart of Africa, 



NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. 127 

by E. C. Hore ; Report of committee on exploration in Alaska ; Notes ; La 
carte de France, dite de 1 Etat Major, par M. J. Collet ; Polar regions ; Tha 
crossing of Thibet; Statistics of railways In United States. Index to Vol. in. 

(893 
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. iv. 

1892. Washington. 1893. 

Svo, pp. xxiv, 215. Illustrated. 

Contents : The evolution of commerce : Annual address by the president, 
Gardiner G. Hubbard ; Studies of Muir Glacier, Alaska, by Harry Fielding Reid; 
Notes on the geology of the vicinity of Muir glacier, by II. I . Cushing ; Notes 
on some eruptive rocks from Alaska, by George H. Williams ; Microscopical ex 
amination of wood from the buried forest, Muir Inlet, by Francis II. Herrick ; 
List of plants collected near Muir Glacier, by W. W. Rowlee ; Geography of the 
air, by A. W. Greely ; The mother maps of the United States, by Henry Gan 
nett ; An expedition through the Yukon district, by C. W. Hayes ; The North 
American deserts, by Johannes Walther ; The Alaskan boundary survey : Intro 
duction, by T. C. Mendenhall ; The boundary south of Fort Yukon, by ,T. E. 
McGrath ; The boundary north of Fort Yukon, by J. Henry Turner ; Collinson s 
Arctic journey, by A. W. Greely ; Notes : Topographic survey of Canada ; Lieut. 
Peary s crossing of northern Greenland. Index to Vol. iv. (894 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. v. 

1893. Washington, 1894. 
Svo, pp. 256. Illustrated. 

Contents : Discoverers of America, annual address by the president, Gardiner 
G. Hubbard ; The movements of our population, by Henry Gannett ; Rainfall 
types of the United States, by A. W. Greely ; The natural bridge of Virginia, by 
C. D. Walcott ; The geographical position and height of Mount Saint Elias. 
by T. C. Mendenhall ; The improvement of geographical teaching, by W. M. 
Davis ; An undiscovered island off the northern coast of Alaska, by Marcus 
Baker ; by E. P. Heredeen ; by A. W. Greely. The geologist at Blue Mountain, 
Maryland, by C. D. Walcott ; The great populous centers of the world, by A. W. 
Greely ; Our youngest volcano, by J. S. Diller ; Proceedings of the International 
Geographic Conference in Chicago, July 27-28, 1893 ; Relations of air and water 
to temperature nnd life, by Gardiner G. Hubbard ; The relation of geography to 
history, by Francis W. Parker ; Norway and the Vikings, by Magnus Andersen ; 
Geographic instruction in the public schools, by W. B. Powell ; The relations of 
geology to physiography in our educational system, by T. C. Chamberlin ; The 
relations of the gulf stream and the Labrador current, by William Libbey, jr. ; 
The arid regions of the United States, by F. II. Newell ; Recent explorations in 
Alaska, by Eliza R. Scidmore ; The caravels of Columbus, by Victor M. Concas ; 
In the wake of Columbus, by Frederic A. Ober ; Recent disclosures concerning 
pre-Columbian voyages to America in the archives of the Vatican, by William 
Eleroy Curtis ; Early voyages on the northwestern coast of America, by George 
Davidson. (895 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. vi. 
1894-1895. Washington. D. C., 1895. 

Svo, pp. 291, Ixxxiii. Illustrated. 

Contents : Geographic process of civilization, by Gardiner G. Hubbard ; Shaw- 
angunk Mountain, by N. H. Darton ; Weather making, ancient and modern, by 
Mark W. Harrington, with a list of references on the artificial production of 
rainfall ; Geomorphology of the southern Appalachians, by C. Willard Hayes 
and Marius R. Campbell ; The battle of the forest, by B. E. Fernow ; Surveys 
and maps of the District of Columbia, by Marcus Baker; The first landfall of 
Columbus, by Jacques W. Redway ; Japan, by D. W. Stevens; Geography of the 
air, by A. W. Greely ; Sir Francis Drake s anchorage, by Edward L. Berthoud ; 
Note on the height of Mount Saint Elias, by Israel C. Russell; Geographic 
notes, by Cyrus C. Babb ; Laws of temperature control of the geographic dis 
tribution of terrestrial animals and plants, by C. Hart Merriam ; Oregon, its 
history, geography and resources, by John H. Mitchell ; List of members. (896 
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. vn. 
1896. Washington, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 412. Illustrated. 

Contents : Russia in Europe, by Gardiner G. Hubbard ; The Arctic cruise of 
the U. S. revenue cutter " Bear," by Sheldon Jackson ; Venezuela, her govern- 



128 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

rnent, people, and boundary, by William E. Curtis ; The Panama canal route, by 
Robert T. Hill ; The Tehuantepec ship railway, by Elmer L. Corthell ; The 
present state of the Nicaragua canal, by A. W. Greely ; Explorations of the 
Bureau of American Ethnology in 1895, by W J McGee ; The valley of the 
Orinoco, by T. H. Gignilliat ; The so-called " Jeanette Relics," by William H. 
Ball ; Nansen s Polar Expedition, by A. W. Greely ; The submarine cables of 
the world, by Gustave Herrle ; Peter Cooper and submarine telegraphy ; The 
jlusso-American telegraph project of 1864- 67, by William H. Dall ; The survey 
and subdivision of Indian Territory, by Henry Gannett ; " Free Burghs " in the 
United States, by James H. Blodgett ; Seriland, by W J McGee and Willard I). 
Johnson ; The Olympic country, by S. C. Gilman ; The discovery of Glacier Bay, 
Alaska, by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore : Hydrography in the United States, by 
Frederick H. Newell ; Recent triangulation in the Cascades, by S. S. Gannett ; 
The altitude of Mount Adams, Washington, by Edgar McClure ; Africa since 188S, 
with special reference to South Africa and Abyssinia, by Gardiner G. Hubbard ; 
Fundamental geographic relation of the three Americas, by Robert T. Hill ; The 
Kansas river, by Arthur I*. Davis ; The Seine, the Meuse and the Moselle, by Wil 
liam M. Davis ; Across the Gulf by rail to Key West, by Jefferson B. Browne ; A 
geographical description of the British Islands, by W. M. Davis ; The Mexican cen 
sus ; The work of the U. S. Board on geographic names, by Henry Gannett ; A 
journey in Ecuador, by Mark B. Kerr ; The aberration of sound as illustrated by 
the Berkeley powder explosion, by Robert H. Chapman ; Geographic history of the 
Piedmont Plateau, by W J McGee; Spottswood s expedition of 1716, by William 
- N. Thornton ; Jefferson as a geographer, by A. W. Greely ; Albemarle in Revolu 
tionary days, by G. Brown Goode ; The recent earthquake wave on the coast 
of Japan, by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore ; Descriptive topographic terms of 
Spanish America, by Robert T. Hill ; The Weather Bureau river and flood sys 
tem, by Willis L. Moore ; Charles Francis Hall and Jones Sound ; Mineral pro 
ductions in the U. S. ; Reports of sealing schooners from Tuscarora Deep, by 
Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore ; California, by Geo. C. Perkins ; The economic aspects 
of soil erosion, by N. S. Shaler ; The Nansen polar expedition, by Ernest A. 
Man ; Ice-cliffs on the Kowak river, by J. C. Cantwell ; The Witwatersrand and 
the revolt of the Uitlanders, by George F. Becker ; The geography of the south 
ern peninsula of the United States, by John N. MacGonigle ; The sage plains of 
Oregon, by Frederick V. Coville ; Statistics of railways in the United States; 
Geographic work in Peru. (897 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. vin. 
1897. Washington, 1897. 

8vo, pp. vi, 373. Illustrated. 

Contents The Gold Coast, Ashanti, and Kumassi, by George K. French ; All 
around the Bay of Passamaquoddy, by Albert S. Gatschet ; Return of the 
Hourst Niger Expedition, by Ernest De Sasseville ; Crater Lake, Oregon, by 
J. S. Diller; The utilization of the public lands, by Emory F. Best; The 
Mazamas, by J. S. Diller ; Storms and weather forecasts, by Willis L. Moore ; 
Rubber forests of Nicaragua and Sierra Leone, by A. W. Greely ; Recent explora 
tions in equatorial Africa, by E. De Sasseville ; A summer voyage to the Arc 
tics, by G. R. Putnam ; The area and the drainage basin of Lake Superior, by 
Mark W. Harrington ; The Siberian transcontinental railroad, by A. W. 
Greely ; A winter voyage through the Straits of Magellan, by R. W. Meade ; 
Costa Rica, by Senor Ricardo Villafranca ; Applied physiography in So. Caro 
lina, by L. C. Glenn : Sheik Said, by Ernest De Sasseville ; The effects of geo 
graphic environment in the development of civilization in primitive man. by 
Gardiner G. Hubbard ; The national forest reserves, by Frederick H. Newell ; 
The Venezuela Boundary Commission and its work, by Marcus Baker ; The 
forests and deserts of Arizona, by B. E. Fernow ; Mount St. Helens, by Chas. P. 
Elliott ; Modification of the Great Lakes by earth movement, by G. K. Gilbert ; 
The great unmapped areas on the earth s surface awaiting the explorer and 
geographer, by J. Scott Keltic ; The compass in modern navigation, by G. W. 
Littlehales ; The enchanted Mesa, by F. W. Hodge ; Geographical research in 
the United States, by Gardiner G. Hubbard and Marcus Baker ; The geographic 
work of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, by T. C. Mendenhall and Otto H. 
Tittmann ; U. S. daily atmospheric survey, by Willis L. Moore ; Patagonia, by 
J. B. Hatcher ; The Sushitna river, Alaska, by W. A. Dickey ; A winter 
weather record from the Klondike region, by E. W. Nelson ; The Washington 
Acqueduct and Cabin John Bridge, by D. D. Gaillard ; Pollution of the Potomac 
river, by F. H. Newell ; The delta of the Mississippi river, by E. L. Corthell ; 
The annexation fever, by Henry Gannett; Index. (898 



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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. ix. 

1898. Washington, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 525. Illustrated. 

Contents : Three weeks in Hubbard Bay, West Greenland, by Robert Stein ; 
The Samoan cocoanut, compiled by A. W. Greely ; The modern Mississippi prob 
lem, by W J McGee ; Our foreign trade ; Gardiner Greene Hubbard address by 
Tennis S. Hamlin ; Gardiner Greene Hubbard memorial meeting, Washington, 
Jan. 21, 1898 ; Dwellings of the Saga-time in Iceland, Greenland and Vineland, 
by Cornelia Horsford ; Two hundred miles up the Kuskokwim, by Charles Hal- 
lock ; The Mt. St. Elias expedition of Prince Luigi Amadeo of Savoy, 1897 ; 
The origin of French-Canadians, abstract of paper by B. Suite ; The height of Mt. 
Rainier, by Richard U. Goode ; Geographic work of the Bureau of Ethnology ; 
A relic of the Lewis and Clarke Expedition, by Cyrus C. Babb ; Geographic 
names in West Greenland, by Ralph S. Tarr ; The northwest passes to the 
Yukon, by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore ; Overland routes to the Klondike, by 
Hauilin Garland ; The future of the Yukon gold fields, by Wm. H. Dall ; Notes 
on the wild fowl and game animals of Alaska, by E. W. Nelson ; Climatic con 
ditions of Alaska, by A. W. Greely ; A Yukon pioneer, Mike Lebarge, by Wm. H. 
Dall ; Alaska and its mineral resources, by S. F. Emmons ; The civil government 
of Alaska, by Geo. C. Perkins ; Some of the conditions and possibilities of 
agriculture in Alaska, by Walter H. Evans ; Cuba, by Robert T. Hill ; Origin of 
West India bird life, by Frank M. Chapman ; Trade of the United States with 
Cuba, by John Hyde; Captain Charles Sigsbee, U. S. N, by Henry Gannett; 
The Philippine Islands, by F. F. Hilder ; Notes on some primitive Philippine 
tribes, by Dean C. Worcester ; Commerce of the Philippine Islands, by John 
Hyde; The disposition of the Philippines, by Charles E. Howe; American 
geographic education, by W J McGee ; Origin of the physical feature of the 
United States, by G. K. Gilbert; Geographic development of the District of 
Columbia, by W J McGee ; Historical development of the national capital, by 
Marcus Baker ; Geographic work of the general government, by Henry Gan 
nett ; The geologic atlas of the U. S. ; The topographic atlas of the U. S. ; 
Papagueria, by W J McGee ; Gomez and the New York Gulf, by L. D. Scisco ; 
Wellman pojar Expedition ; The growth of the United States, by W J McGee ; 
Bitter Root forest reserve, by Richard U. Goode ; Atlantic estuarine tides, by 
M. S. W. Jefferson ; The forest conditions of the state of Washington, by Henry 
Gannett ; Lake Chelan, by Henry Gannett ; Frederic W. Putnam, by John Hyde ; 
Mesa Verde, by F. H. Newell ; The geospheres, by W J McGee ; Sumatra s 
west coast, by David G. Fairchild ; What is the tide of the open Atlantic? by 
M. S. W. Jefferson ; Proposed collection of forestry statistics ; The five civilized 
tribes and the survey of Indian Territory, by C. H. Fitch ; Cloud scenery of the 
high plains, by Willard D. Johnson ; Atlantic coast tides, by Mark S. W. Jeffer 
son ; Alexander Graham Bell on Japan. (899 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. x. 

1899. Washington, 1899. 
8vo, pp. viii, 533. 

Contents : The Stikine river in 1898, by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore ; The West 
Indian hurricane of September 10-11, 1898, by E. B. Garriott ; Colonial systems 
of the world, by O. P. Austin ; Journey across the great pygmy forest of Central 
Africa, by Albert B. Lloyd ; The economic condition of the Philippines, by 
Max L. Tornow ; Manila and the Philippines, by A. Falkner von Sonnenburg ; 
The original territory of the United States, by David J. Hill ; Porto Rico, by 
Robert T. Hill ; Sources of the Saskatchewan, by Walter D. Wilcox ; Explora 
tion in the Canadian Rockies ; How long a whale may carry a harpoon, by 
Wm. H. Dall ; Shipbuilding in the United Kingdom in 1898 ; The red wood 
forest of the Pacific coast, by Henry Gannett ; Is climatic aridity impending on 
the Pacific slope? The testimony of the forest, by J. B. Leiberg ; Theater of 
military operations in Luzon map ; National growth and national character, 
by W J McGee ; Samoa : Navigator s islands, by Commander II. Webster ; 
The commercial importance of Samoa, by O. P. Austin ; The Harriman Alaska 
expedition in cooperation with the Washington Academy of Sciences, by G. H. 
Grosvenor ; Proposed meteorological station in Iceland ; The Belgian antarctic 
expedition ; Physiography of the Nicaragua canal route, by C. Willard Hayes 
map; Nicaragua and the Isthmian routes, by A. P. Davis; The Wellman polar 
expedition, by J. Howard Gore ; Explorations in Alaska ; Meteorology in the 
Philippines ; South polar regions map ; Shishaldin as a field for exploration, 

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by Joseph Stanley-Brown ; Magnetic work of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, by 
L. A. Bauer ; Deep-sea exploring expedition of the steamer "Albatross," by Hugh 
M. Smith ; The proposed American interoceanic canal in its commercial aspects, by 
Joseph Nimmo, jr. ; The interoceanic canal, by Emory R. Johnson ; Plans for 
reaching the south pole, by Gilbert H. Grosvenor ; The commercial development 
of Japan, by O. P. Austin ; The bad lands of South Dakota, by N. II. Darton ; 
The West Indian hurricane of August 7-14, 1899, by E. B. Garriott ; The inter 
national cloud work of the weather bureau, by Frank II. Bigelow ; Life on a 
Yukon trail, by Alfred Pearce Dennis ; Tides of Chesapeake Bay, by E. D. 
Preston ; The relation of forests and forest fires, by Gifford Pinchot ; Variations 
in lake levels and atmospheric precipitation, by Alfred J. Henry ; Calculations 
of population in June, 1900, by Henry Farquhar ; The Alaskan boundary, by 
John W. Foster ; The rational element in geography, by Win. M. Davis ; Map 
of the seat of war in Africa ; The Wellman polar expedition, by Walter Well- 
man ; The Harriman Alaska expedition, by Henry Gannett ; The meteorological 
observations of the second Wellman expedition, by Evelyn B. Baldwin ; Index. 

(900 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. xi. 
1900. Washington. 1900. 

8vo, pp. viii, 486. Illustrated. 

Contents : The Philippine Islands and their environment, by John Barrett ; 
The Cape Nome gold district, by F. C. Schrader ; The Idaho and Montana 
boundary line, by Richard U. Goode ; The Copper river delta, by E. D. Preston ; 
Our new possessions and the interest they are exciting, by O. P. Austin ; The 
total eclipse of the sun, May 28, 1900, by F. H. Bigelow ; The census of 1900, by 
F. H. Wines ; Some geographic features of southern Patagonia, by J. B. Hatcher : 
Kite work of the Weather Bureau, by H. C. Frankenfield ; British South 
Africa and the Transvaal, by F. F. Hilder ; The history and geographic 
distribution of Bubonic Plague, by George M. Sternberg ; Ice cliffs on White 
River,. Yukon Territory, by Martin W. Gorman ; A hunting trip to northern 
Greenland, by Fullerton Merrill ; A canal from the Atlantic to the Medi 
terranean ; Diseases of the Philippines ; The Anglo- Venezuela^ boundary dis 
pute, by Marcus Baker ; Korea the hermit nation, by II. Webster ; An as 
sumed inconstancy in the level of Lake Nicaragua ; A question of the per 
manency of the Nicaragua canal, by C. Willard Hayes ; The Isthmian Canal 
Commission ; International arbitration and its possibilities ; Helping naviga 
tion ; Railway construction and improvements ; Work in the Arctic and Ant 
arctic ; The growth of Russia, by Edwin A. Grosvenor ; Influence of geographical 
conditions on military operations in South Africa, by W. A. Simpson ; Apper 
ception in geography, by M: E. Kelton ; Ice cliffs on White River, Yukon Terri 
tory, by C. W. Willard Hayes and Alfred H. Brooks ; A German route to India, 
by Gilbert II. Grosvenor ; The Cuban Census ; The road to Bolivia, by William 
E. Curtis ; The colonial expansion of France, by Jean C. Bracq ; The prevention 
of hail storms by the use of cannon ; The U. S. Signal Corps in Porto Rico ; 
The revolt of the Ashantis ; The expansion of England, by Edwin D. Mead ; The 
road to Bolivia, by William E. Curtis ; The Chinese " Boxers," by Llewellyn 
James Davies ; Outline map of the far East ; The Tsung-Li-Yamen, by E. R. 
Scidmore ; Map of the Chinese Empire, Japan, and the Russian-Manchurian 
Railway ; Problems in China, by James M. Hubbard ; China and her people, by 
Harrie Webster ; The National Geographic Society s Eclipse Expedition to Nor 
folk, Va., by Marcus Baker ; The scientific work of the expedition, by Simou 
Newcomb ; Railways, rivers, and strategic towns in Manchuria ; The first Ameri 
can census of Porto Rico ; The Colorado desert, by David P. Barrows ; The 
Chinese Paradox, by Harvey Maitland Watts ; Colonial government in Borneo, 
by James M. Hubbard ; The water supply for the Nicaragua canal, by Arthur P. 
Davis ; Mrs. Bishop s " The Yangtze Valley and Beyond," by Eliza Ruhamah 
Scidmore ; Forest reserves of the United States ; The lessons of Galveston, by 
W J McGee ; The West Indian hurricane of Sept. 1-12, 1900, by E. B. Garriott ; 
Hunan the closed province of China, by Wm. Barclay Parsons ; Through the 
heart of Africa ; Nansen s " Farthest North " eclipsed ; The Samoan Islands, by 
Edwin V. Morgan ; The Manila Observatory, by Jose Algue ; The limited water 
supply of the avid region, by Frederick H. Newell ; Hurricanes on the coast of 
Texas, by A. W. Greely ; Africa the largest game preserve in the world, by 
John B. Torbert ; The Wyoming fossil fields expedition of July, 1899, by Wilbur 
C. Knight ; Gold in the Philippines, by F. F. Ililder ; The teaching of physical 
geography in elementary schools, by Richard E. Dodge ; Geography at the 



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British Association for the Advancement of Science ; Decisions of the U. S. 
Board on geographic names; Some significant facts concerning the foreign 
trade of Great Britain. (9O1 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. xii. 

1901. Washington, 1901. 

8vo, pp. vii, 452. Illustrated. 

Contents : The influence of submarine cables upon military and naval suprem 
acy, by George O. Squier ; The Indian tribes of Southern Patagonia, Tierra Del 
Fuego, and the adjoining islands, by J. B. Hatcher ; Location of the boundary 
between Nicaragua and Costa Rica, by Arthur P. Davis ; The Nicaragua Canal ; 
The Tsangpo, by James Mascarene Ilubbard ; Recent contributions to our knowl 
edge of the earth s shape and size by the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, by 
C. A. Schott ; Explorations in Central East Africa ; An around-the-world-Ameri- 
can exposition, by O. 1*. Austin ; The causes that led up to the Siege of Pekin, 
by W. A. P. Martin ; Singan the present capital of the Chinese Empire ; The 
midnight sun in the Klondike, by Alice Rollins Crane ; Japan and China some 
comparisons, by Harrie Webster ; Abyssinia the country and people, by Oscar 
T. Crosby ; The old Yuma trail, by W J McGee ; The sea fogs of San Francisco ; 
Geographic facts from the report of the Taft Philippine Commission ; The 
Philippine exhibit at the Pan-American Exposition, by D. O. Noble Hoffmann ; 
Advances in geographic knowledge during the nineteenth century, by A. W. 
Greely ; Mexico of to-day, by Senor Dr. Don Juan N. Navarro ; The Latin- 
American constitutions and revolutions, by John W. Foster ; The general geog 
raphy of Alaska, by Henry Gannett ; China, her history and development, by 
John Barrett; The dikes of Holland, by Gerard II. Matthes ; The link relations 
of southwestern Asia, by Talcott Williams ; The Indian village of Baum ; Oil 
fields of Texas and California ; The Seri Indians ; Asia, the cradle of humanity, 
by W J McGee ; The old post-road from Tiflis to Erivan, by Esther Lancraft 
Hovey ; Siberia, by Edwin A. Grosvenor ; German geographers and German geog 
raphy, by Martha Krug Genthe ; The drift of floating bottles in the Pacific 
Ocean, by James Page ; The British Antarctic Expedition ; Urban population in 
the United States ; Peary s work in 1900 and 1001 ; The Weather Bureau, by 
Willis L. Moore ; Boundaries of territorial acquisitions ; The German South 
Polar Expedition, by, Georg Kollm ; The sex, nativity, and color of the people 
of the United States ; A remarkable salt deposit ; Sven Hedin s explorations in 
Central Asia ; Recent discoveries in Egypt ; Kodiak, not Kadiak ; Origin of the 
name " Cape Nome ; " Diary of a voyage from San Francisco to Tahiti and 
return, 1901, by S. P. Langley ; The lost boundary of Texas, by Marcus Baker ; 
Ice caves and frozen wells, by W J McGee ; Western progress in China ; Index. 

(9O2 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. xni. 

1902. Washington, 1902. 

8vo, xii, pp. 478. Illustrated. 

Contents : Map of the Philippines ; The new Mexico, by John W. Foster ; Com 
merce of Mexico and the United States, by O. P. Austin ; Argentine-Chile 
boundary dispute ; A trip through Siberia, by Ebenezer J. Hill ; The teaching of 
geography, by Ralph S. Tarr ; The latest route proposed for the Isthmian Canal, 
the Mandingo route ; The possibilities of Alaska, by C. C. Georgeson ; Sari- 
chef s atlas, 1826, by Marcus Baker ; Magnetic survey of the United States, 
by L. A. Bauer ; Sven Hedin in Tibet ; American progress in Cuba ; Cuban rail 
ways, by Albert G. Robinson ; The storm of February 25-28, 1902, by Alfred 
J. Henry ; Agriculture in Alaska, by Henry Gannett ; Recent French Explora 
tions in Africa, by Charles Rabot ; Proposed surveys in Alaska in 1902, by 
Alfred II. Brooks ; Ocean currents, by James Page ; Recent explorations in the 
Canadian Rockies, by Walter D. Wilcox ; A great African lake, by Sir Henry 
M. Stanley ; Coal resources of Alaska ; The National Geographic Society expedi 
tion to Martinique and St. Vincent ; The explosion of Krakatoa, by Sir Robert 
Ball ; Volcanoes ; The magnetic disturbance caused by the eruption of Mount 
Pelee ; The National Geographic Society expedition to the West Indies; Vol 
canic Islands of the West Indies ; Lafcadeo Ilearn on the Island and people of 
Martinique ; Report by Robert T. Hill on the volcanic eruptions in the West 
Indies ; The recent volcanic eruptions in the West Indies, by Israel C. Russell ; 
Volcanic rocks of Martinique and St. Vincent: collected by Messrs. Hill and 
Russell ; Chemical discussion of analyses of volcanic ejecta from Martinique 
and St. Vincent, by W. F. Ilillebrand ; Reports of vessels as to the range of 



132 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

volcanic dust, compiled by James Page ; Problems of the Pacific the commerce 
of the great ocean, by O. P. Austin ; Shortening time across the continent, by 
Henry Herbert McClure ; Field work of the U. S. Geological Survey for season, 
1902 ; Problems of the Pacific the great ocean in world growth, by W J 
McGee ; New Zealand, by Henry Demarest Lloyd ; Our northern Rockies, by 
R. H. Chapman ; Limiting width of Meander Belts, by M. S. W. Jefferson ; 
Peary s work in 1901-1902 ; John Wesley Powell biographical sketch ; The 
course of the retail coal trade, by David T. Day ; Submerged valleys in San- 
dusky Bay, by E. L. Mosely ; Place names in the United States ; Among the 
great Himalayan glaciers ; Volcanic eruptions on Martinique and St. Vincent, 
by Israel C. Russell ; The copyright of a map or chart, by William Alexander 
Miller ; The eruptions of La Soufriere, St. Vincent, in May, 1902, by Edmund 
Otis Hovey ; Sverdrup s work in the Arctics ; Volcanic disturbances in Guate 
mala ; Explorations around Mt. McKinley ; Index. (9O3 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The National Geographic Magazine. Vol. xiv. 
1903. Washington, 1903. 

8vo, pp. xii, 482, 75. Illustrated. 

Contents : The work of the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, by O. H. Titt- 
mann ; Jade, by S. E. Easter ; Some notes on Venezuela ; An introduction to 
physical geography ; Dr. Sven Hedin biographical sketch.; Peary on the North 
Pole ; Plan for climbing Mount McKinley, by Alfred II. Brooks and D. L. 
Reaburn ; What the U. S. government does to promote agriculture ; Pilot chart 
of the North Atlantic Ocean for February, 1903 ; The Great Turk and his lost 
provinces, by William E. Curtis ; The work of the U. S. Hydrographic Office, by 
W. H. H. Southerland ; Why Great Salt Lake has fallen, by L. II. Murdock ; 
The Canadian boundary, by John W. Foster ; Mountains of Unimak Island, 
Alaska, by Ferdinand Westdahl ; Opening of the Alaskan Territory, by Harring 
ton Emerson ; The forests of Canada ; Work in the far south ; Theories of 
volcanic action ; Reindeer in Alaska, by Gilbert II. Grosvenor ; Henequen the 
Yucatan fiber, by E. H. Thompson ; The eruption of the Soufriere of St. Vin 
cent, 1812 (from the Evening News, June 30, 1812); "The United States 
Land and Waters," by Cyrus C. Adams ; The conquest of bubonic plague in 
the Philippines ; Improvements in the city of Manila ; American development 
of the Philippines ; The British South Polar Expedition ; The tetrahedral prin 
ciple in kite structure, by Alexander Graham Bell ; The Ziegler Polar Expedi 
tion ; The United States, its soils and their products, by II. W. Wiley ; Big 
things of the West, by Charles F. Holder : Paul Du Chaillu biographical 
sketch ; The Weather Bureau and the recent floods, by H. C. Frankenfield ; 
The United States : her industries, by O. P. Austin ; The introduction of the 
mango into the U. S. ; Rainfall and the level of Lake Erie, by E. L. Moseley ; 
The United States : her mineral resources, by C. Kirchhoff ; Expedition into 
Texas of Fernando Del Bosque, translated from an old Spanish manuscript, by 
Betty B. Brewster ; The hardy catalpa ; Explorations in Tibet ; Gardening in 
northern Alaska, by Middleton Smith ; The geographical distribution of insanity 
in the United States, by William A. White ; Peary and the North Pole ; The 
influence of forestry upon the lumber industry of the United Spates, by Overton 
W. Price; The Wrangell Mountains, Alaska, by W. C. Mendenhall ; Rubber 
plantations in Mexico and Central America ; The Ziegler Polar Expedition ; 
The Mining Bureau of the Philippine Islands, by Charles H. Burritt ; Record 
ascents in the Himalayas ; The new cone of Mont Pelee ; The value of Arctic 
exploration, by Robert E. Peary ; Surveying the Philippine Islands, by George 
R. Putnam ; Muir Glacier, by C. L. Andrews ; The grape-growing industry in the 
United States; Precious stones; Nntps on PfmaipH and f!olmnhin. Index. (9O4 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. National Geographic Magazine. Vol. xv. 1904. 

8vo, pp. 515, xv. Illustrated. 

Contents : Map showing Alaskan boundary decision ; The Alaskan boundary 
tribunal, with map, by John W. Foster ; The reclamation of the west, by F. H. 
Newell ; The U. S. weather bureau, by James Wilson ; Marcus Baker, by 
Wm. H. Dall ; Controlling, sand dunes in the United States, by A. S. Hitchcock : 
Timberlines. by Israel C. Russell ; The republic of Panama, by Wm. II. Burr ; 
Eighth international geographic congress, Washington, 1904 ; The Philippine 
weather service ; Some facts about Korea ; The beet-sugar industry, illustrated ; 
War map of Manchuria and Korea ; The Philippine islands and their people, 
by Henry Gannett ; Russian development of Manchuria, by Henry B. Miller ; 
Manchuria and Korea ; Lumbering in Manchuria ; Travels in Arabia and along 



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the Persian Gulf, by David G. Fab-child ; The American deserts ; Consul Skin 
ner s mission to Abyssinia ; The sailing ship and the Panama canal, by James 
Page; The new home of the Society; Map of Alaska ; The bureau of fisheries 
how the rich fisheries of the T nited States are protected and new fishing grounds 
discovered and created, by P.arton W. Evermann ; The geography of Alaska, 
by Alfred II. Brooks; Termination land the end of the Antarctic continent 
discovered by the American Wilkes, by Edwin Swift Balch ; Lessons from 
Japan; Inoculating the ground; The Crosby expedition to Thibet; The work of 
the Bureau of Insular Affairs, by Clarence R. Edwards; Some indications of 
land in the vicinity of the north pole, by It. A. Harris; Notes on Manchuria, 
by Henry B. Miller ; The red ant versus the boll weevil ; Governing the Philip- 
. pine islands, by Clarence R. Edwards; Forecasting the weather; Notes on 
Thibet ; General announcement eighth International Geographic Congress, Wash 
ington, 1004 ; Peru its resources, development, and future, by Alfredo Alvarez 
Calderon ; Agriculture in Japan, by U. S. Consul-General Bellows ; Lake Clark, 
a little known Alaskan lake, by Wilfred II. Osgood ; The geographical pivot of 
history ; A winter expedition into southwestern Mexico, by E. W. Nelson ; 
Building the Alaskan telegraph line, by William Mitchell ; The fisheries of 
Japan, by Hugh M. Smith ; What the V. S. Geological Survey has done in 
25 years ; Colossal natural bridges of Utah ; Address by Robert E. Peary on 
the assembling of the eighth international geographic congress in Washington ; 
Some early geographers of the United States, by C. M. Chester ; Recent progress 
in the execution of a map of the world on the uniform scale of 1 : 1,000,000, 
by Albrecht Penck ; Methods of exploration in Africa, by A. St. II. Gibbons ; 
The special telegraphic time signal from the naval observatory ia honor of 
the eighth International Geographic Congress ; Resolutions adopted by the 
congress; Some early geographers of the United States, by C. M. Chester; The 
new English province of Northern Nigeria ; Scientific work of Mount weather 
meteorological research observatory, by Frank II. Bigelow ; Some facts about 
Japan ; The glaciers of Alaska ; Government assistance in handling forest lands ; 
China, by John W. Foster; A doubtful island of the Pacific, by James D. Hague; 
The United States government telegraph and cable lines, with maps ; A bird city 
in Hawaii ; Index to volume xv. (9O5 

For Vol. xvi, see Appendix. 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. National Geographic Monographs. Vol. i. 
New York, 1895. 

Contents : 1, General Physiographic Processes, by J. W. Powell ; 2, General 
Physiographic Features, by J. W. Powell ; 3, Physiographic Regions of the 
United States, by J. W. Powell ; 4, Present and Extinct Lakes of Nevada, by 
I. C. Russell ; 5, Beaches and Tidal Marshes of the Atlantic Coast, by N. S. 
Shaler ; 0, The Northern Appalachians, by Bailey Willis; 7, Niagara Falls and 
their History, by G. K. Gilbert ; 8, Mount Shasta, by J. S. Diller ; f). The 
Physical Geography of Southern New England, by W. M. Davis; 10, The 
Southern Appalachians, by C. W. Hayes. (!>O6 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. . . . The physiography of the United States; 
ten monographs . . . [etc.] 1S9<>. 
8vo, pp. v, 345. Illus., maps. 

First issued in 10 parts in 1895 under the title: National geographic mono 
graphs, prepared under the auspices of the National geographic society. Given 
above. <!>O7 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. Topographic models. By Cosmos Mimleleff 
. . . [Washington, 1888] 

Cover-title, pp. 16, 2 pi. 8vo. 

Lecture delivered before the " National Geographic Society " at Washington, 
October 5th, 1888. Published in the "National Geographic Magazine," vol. 1, 
no. 3. (!>O8 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY. The rivers and valleys of Pennsylvania. Lec 
ture delivered before the National Geographic Society at Washington, Febru 
ary 8, 1889, by W. M. Davis. Washington, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 71. Map and woodcuts. (9O9 

[NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY.] Directory of scientific societies of Washing 
ton, comprising the Anthropological, Biological, Chemical, Entomological, 



134 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Geological, National geographic, and Philosophical societies. 1889-1898. 
[1st-] 10th year of publication . . . Published by the joint commission. 
[Washington, 1889-98] 
Svjo, 10 v. in 1. 

Each issue contains brief historical sketches of the societies ahove mentioned, 
and lists of members. 

The issue for 1898 has title : " Supplement to Directory of scientific societies 
of Washington for 1897, corrected and brought down to February 7, 1898. 
Tenth year of publication." It contains only the changes in officers and mem 
bership since 1897. 

Continued as Directory of the Washington academy of sciences. (91O 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
A T e?r York City. 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter and by-laws. Incorpo 
rated January, 1885. New York, 1885. 

Svo. pp. 14 (1). (911 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the first public 
meeting held by the Society, May 14, 1885. New York, 1885. 
8vo, pp. 32. 

Contains address by Gen/ C. P. Stone upon early Catholic explorations in 
America, and an address by J. G. Shea upon Catholics and Catholicity in the days 
of the American Revolution. (912 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the third public 
and first annual meeting of the Society, February 11, 188G. New York, 1886. 
8vo, pp. 29. 
Contains paper by Edmond Mallet, " The origin of the Oregon mission." (913 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. United States Catholic Histor 
ical Magazine. Published under the auspices of the United States Catholic 
Historical Society. New York. Published quarterly. 
Vol. i. 1887. 8vo, pp. vii, 45G. 

Contents : The United States Catholic Historical Society ; The origin of the 
Oregon mission, by Edmond Mallet ; Brief sketch of the Seminary of St. Charles 
Borromeo, diocese of Philadelphia, by Marc F. Vallette ; Account of the Voyage 
of the Ursulinesx to New. Orleans in 1727, translated by John Gilmary Shea ; 
Historical sketch of the ancient parish of St. Mary s, Lancaster, Pa., by S. M. 
Sener ; Catholic relics of early days ; A description of Maryland, extracted from 
a poem entitled " Carmen Seculare " addressed to Lord Baltimore in 1732 by 
Mr. Lewis ; Birthplace of Father Joseph Greaton ; Sketch by Dr. Brute for a 
work to be called " Catholic America ;" project of a history by Charles I. 
"White ; Letter of Lawrence Graessel, 1793, first selected as Coadjutor to Bishop 
Carroll, translated by Charles G. Herbermann ; Some early Catholic grammar 
schools, by Wm. P. Treacy ; Decreta Concilii Provincialis, Oregonensis I, 1848 ; 
Catholic and anti-catholic items in American colonial papers extracts from 
" The Maryland Gazette ;" Conversion of John Richard, related by himself ; The 
small-pox among the Indians at and near Fort Michimillimakinak in 1757, by 
Edward Jacker ; Meetings of the Society ; Notes and queries ; Notices of recent 
publications ; A dark chapter in the Catholic history of Maryland, by Edward 
I. Devitt ; Commodore John Barry, by William Seton ; The first epic of our 
country by the poet Conquistador of New Mexico, Gaspar De Villagra, by John 
Gilmary Shea ; Catholic action on the death of Washington, contributed by John 
Gilmary Shea ; Letter from Charles Carroll of Carrollton to General Washing 
ton, 1775; Form of matrimonial investigations (Diligencias De Solteria) in 
Florida, translated from the original Spanish documents ; Notes on the tombs of 
Cardinal Cheverus, Bishop Dubourg, and Bishop David, by J. M. Finotti ; Addi 
tional historical notes in reference to St. Mary s at Lancaster, by S. M. Sener: 
Diocese of Quebec in the XVIIth century, note by Bishop Brute ; Early Lazarist 
missions and missionaries, by Stephen Vincent Ryan ; Father Henry Nouvel, 
the pioneer missionary of lower Michigan, by Edward Jacker ; St. Genevieve 



UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 135 

Academy and Rt. Rev. Louis Wm. Dubourg, Bishop of Louisiana, by Firmin A. 
Rozier ; Rev. James Maxwell, missionary at St. Genevieve, by Firman A. Rozier ; 
Statutes relating to Florida, in the Diocesan Synod, held by His Majesty s 
command, by the Rt. Rev. John Garcia De Palacios, Bishop of Cuba, in June, 
1684 ; St. James the first church in Brooklyn, N. Y. papers communicated by 
John Loughlin ; Appointment of Charles Carroll, Sr., to the Council in Mary 
land in 1777 ; Sketch of the Mission of St. Malachy s, Doe Run, Chester Co., Pa., 
by James Nash ; Chronology of Catholicity in Massachusetts, by J. M. Fiuotti ; 
Catholic and anti-catholic items in New York colonial papers ; The martvrs of the 
Colorado, 1781, and the identification of the place where they died ; The oldest 
Catholic city of the west Detroit and its founder, by Richard R. Elliott ; 
Brief sketch of Catholicity in the coal regions of Pennsylvania, by Marc F. 
Vallette ; Father George Fenwick, by J. Fairfax McLaughlin ; Marquette, verses 
commemorating his death, May 18, 1675, by Oscar W. Collet ; Statutes of the 
diocese of Louisiana and the Floridas, issued by Rt. Rev. Luis Ignatius Penalver 
y Cardenas in 1795 ; Index to Vol. i. (914 

Vol. ir. 1888. 8vo, pp. vi, 342, 83. 

Contents : Pope-Day in America, by John Gilmary Shea ; The, Acadians before 
their dispersion, by H. R. Casgrain ; How Father Hanging s deed of St. Mary s 
Church property came to be recorded, by Bishop Egan ; Notes on Parkman s 
"Conspiracy of Pontiac," by Oscar W. Collet; Some Lancaster Catholics and 
other historical notes, by S. M. Sener ; The origin of the mission to the Flat- 
head Indians, by Edmond Mallet; Sir John James of Crishall, Essex, the bene 
factor of the Pennsylvania missions, by John Gilmary Shea ; Catholic and anti- 
Catholic items from New York papers, 1765-1778; Meetings of the Soltety ; 
Notes and queries ; Notices of recent publications ; History of the Catholic 
Church in Monroe city and county. Mich., by Camillas P. Maes ; Christopher 
Davenport the brother of New Haven s founder a Franciscan friar, by T. J. 
Shahan ; Columbus and the men of Palos, by John Gilmary Shea ; Major 
Clement Gosselin, U. S. A., by Edmond Mallet ; La Gardeur de St. Pierre, by 
Edmond Mallet ; Father Peter Milet s captivity among the Oneida Indians, 1689- 
1694 ; Catholic and anti-Catholic items from New York and Pennsylvania 
papers, 1775-1782 ; Summary on the Catholic religion in the English colonies 
in America, from the Italian in the Propaganda Archives communicated by 
Charles A. Vissani ; Adventures of a Jesuit lay brother who set sail for Mary 
land in 1657 ; Further notes on Pope-Day, by T. J. Shahan ; Letter of Rt. Rev. 
John Carroll, to Sam. Dexter, Secretary of War, on the Indian missions, 
1800 ; First Diocesan Synod of Baltimore ; A memoir of the life and labors of 
Amadeus Rappe, first Bishop of Cleveland, by G. F. Ilouck ; Historical sketch 
of John Thayer, Boston s first native-born priest, by Arthur T. Connolly ; Early 
Catholics in Connecticut, by Thomas J. Shahan ; The beginnings of the Capuchin 
Mission in Louisiana ; Robert Walsh, by Henry C. Walsh ; Notes on old churches 
near Washington ; To the Hon ble, The Upper House of Assembly of the 
Province of Maryland the petition of sundry Ro. Catholics on behalf of them 
selves and others of the same communion residing in the province aforesaid, 
1756; General description of the metropolitan province of Baltimore in the 
United States of North America, translated from a Latin manuscript of Arch 
bishop Marechal, prepared in 1821-2 ; The Catholic laity s directory to the 
church service, with an almanac for the year 1817. Index. History of Ancient 
Vinland, or part of North America, by Thormod Torfason, translated by Charles 
G. Herbermann. (Has separate title page.) (915 

Vol. in. 1890. 8vo, pp. vi, 441. Plate. 

Contents : Early history of the Redemptorists in the United States, 1832- 
1850, by Charles Warren Currier ; A priest ambassador to the United States 
Jose Correa Da Sarra ; The Catholic Church in Connecticut the first priest in 
the commonwealth, by Thomas J. Shahan ; Sketch of Father Louis Andre, an 
early Wisconsin missionary, by A. E. Jones ; The first chapel of the Jesuits in 
New Orleans ; History of the old Catholic Chapel at Priest s Ford, in Harford 
county, Md., by G. W. Andrew ; Permission to beg in Canada, for the church in 
Albany, in 1797 ; History of the establishment of the Carmelites in Maryland ; 
The plundering of St. Inigoes, St. Mary s county, Maryland ; The destruction of 
New Mexico settlements and missions, and the reconquest of the country, by 
Silvestre Velez de Escalante ; Pastoral letter of V. Rev. Patrick Walsh, adminis 
trator of the diocese of New Orleans, 1805 ; Catholic bibliography ; Meeting of the 
Society; Notes and queries and replies; Book notices; Why is Canada not a 
part of the United States? by John Gilmary Shea; Christopher Talbot, book 
seller, Philadelphia (1797) ; Rev. Francis A. Matignon, first pastor of the 



136 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Church of the Holy Cross, Boston, Mass., by Arthur J. Connolly ; Diocesan 
synods and statutes (concluded) ; Rev. Demetrius A. Gallitzin, "The pastor of 
the Alleghanies," by Charles Constantine Pise ; Statistics of St. Anne s Church, 
Detroit, 1703-1800 ; Illinois, Osage and Otoptata chiefs in Paris, in 1725 ; 
German missions in eastern Pennslyvania, by Marc F. Vallette ; The centennial 
monument of St. Mary s Church, Monroe, Michigan ; The pioneer French in the 
valley of the Ohio, by A. A. Lambing; Maryland Catholics in penal days (1759) ; 
Petition sent by the committee of the Roman Catholics of Newcastle to tb.3 
convention chosen to form a constitution for the new state of Maine, 1819 ; 
Dongan s charter of the city of New York, by John Gilmary Shea ; Liberty and 
property or the beauty of Maryland displayed, being a brief and candid search 
and inquiry into her charter, fundamental laws and constitution, by a lover of 
his country (written the latter part of the 17th century) ; The genesis of the 
early history of Detroit, by Richard R. Elliott ; Letters relating to the destruc 
tion of the Ursuline convent, Charlestown, Mass, 1834 ; Illinois and Miami 
vocabulary and the Lord s Prayer; The diocese of Brooklyn, by Marc F. Vallette; 
Was there a Jesuit college at Kaskaskia in the days of the French?; Condition 
of St. Peter s Church, New York, in 1800 ; Gonzalo De Mendoza s " Historia De 
Las Cosas Mas Notables, Ritos y Costumbres Del Gran Reyno De La China/ 
and its place in Americana and New Mexicana ; Points from the ecclesiastical 
history of Cattaraugus county, N. Y. ; Reminiscences of North Carolina, by 
James Cardinal Gibbons ; The Surratt case, by J. A. Walter ; Don Juan De 
Onate, founder of New Mexico; Letters of William Peaseley and his wife on 
Maryland affairs, 1642 ; Marin De La Margue, by Edmond Mallet ; Corre- 
^ spondence between Henry Clark Bowen Green, M. D., and Very Rev. William 
Taylor, 1824-25 ; Papers relating to the French settlement at Gallipolis ; 
Philippe Thomas De Joncaire, by Edmond Mallet ; Indian mythology, by E. 
Jacker; Archbishops and bishops. of the United States whose episcopates have 
reached or exceeded twenty-five years ; Index. (91O 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. United States Catholic His 
torical Magazine. Published under the auspices of the United States 
Catholic Historical Society. Quarterly. Vol. iv. [No. 1.] January, 1891- 
1892. New York, 1891-92. 

Cover reads Vol. iv, No. xin. 
8vo, pp. 112. 

Contents : Cornelius Heeney, by John M. Kiely ; A Catholic priest in Con 
gress, sketch of Gabriel Richard, by Thomas A. E. Weadock ; The diocese of 
Brooklyn, by Marc F. Vallette ; Eloquent letter of Daniel Dougherty on the 
Columbus centenary ; Letters of Bishop England to Wm. Gaston, 1821 ; Letters 
of John Connolly, second bishop of New York, 1810-1816 ; The Society s tribute 
to John Gilmary Shea ; Early Catholic affairs in rtica, N. Y., by F. P. Mc- 
Farland ; Catholic losses in America, by John Gilmary Shea ; Sketch of Catho 
licity in Chicago, by Mary Josephine Onahan ; Will of Father Gallitzin, 1840 ; 
An old mission revived (among the Oneida Indians) ; Where did Columbus acquire 
his knowledge of books?; Meetings of the Society; Ignorance of our history; 
Notes : Letter of Joseph Story on Harvard s conferring the degree of doctor of 
laws on William Gaston, 1826 ; The Church in Savannah early in this century ; 
Queries ; Reply ; Book notices. (917 

Vol. iv [No. 2] has not been found. (918 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL MAGAZINE. Vol iv. [No. 3.] July, 1891- 
1892. New York, 1891-92. 

8vo, pp. [2251-336. 

Cover reads Vol. iv, No*.xv. 

Contents : Charles O Conor, some incidents of his life, from his private 
papers ; The bursting of Pierre Margry s La Salle bubble a review, by John 
Gilmary Shea ; Pictures of missionary life in Charles county, Maryland, by 
George A. Mulry ; The Jesuit manuscript Account book of the Huron Mission 
of Detroit, 1733-1751, translated and annotated by Richard R. Elliott ; Long 
fellow s Hiawatha the arrival of the missionary, by M. F. Vallette ; Meeting 
of the Society, May 28, 1893 ; Notes and queries ; Goshenhoppen mission ; Ham- 
tramck ; " General " Jackson ; Huron language in print and manuscript in the 
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. (919 



UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 137 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Additional historical notes in 
reference to St. Mary s at Lancaster. By S[amuel] M[iller] Sener. [Lan- 1 
caster, Pa.?] 1887. 

8vo, pp. 5. 

Reprinted from U. S. Catholic Historical Magazine, 1887. (92O 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical sketch of the ancient 
parish of St. Mary s Lancaster, Pa. By S[amuel] M[iller] Sener. [Lan 
caster, Pa.?] 3887. 

Svo, pp. 12. pi. 

[Sener, S. M. Historical pamphlets, no. 4.] 

Reprinted from U. S. Catholic Historical Magazine, 1887. (921 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Very Rev. Bernard Keenan, v. G. 
Sketch of one of the pioneer priests of Pennsylvania. By S[amuel] M filler] 
Sener. [Lancaster, Pa.?] 1887. 

8vo, pp. 10. port. 

[Sener, S. M. Historical pamphlets, no. 6.] 

Reprinted from U. S. Catholic Historical Magazine. (922 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Pope day in America. By John 
Gilmary Shea. [New York, 1888.] 

Svo, pp. 7. 

Read before the Society January 10, 1888. 

Reprinted from the United States Catholic Historical Magazine. (923 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Why is Canada not a part of the 
United States? Read before the Society, November 25, 1889, by John Gil 
mary Shea. [New York, 1890.] 

8vo, pp. 15. 

Reprinted from the United States Catholic Historical Magazine. (924 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Christopher Columbus. Address 
by Frederick R. Coudert before the Catholic Club and the U. S. Catholic 
Historical Society. Carnegie hall, October 11, 1892. [New York. 1892.] 

8vo, pp. 51. (925 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Columbus memorial volume. 

Published by the joint committee of the Catholic Club and the United States 

Catholic Historical Society. New York, 1893. 

8vo, pp. xiii, (8), 193. Portraits. Plates. (926 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical Records and Studies. 

Vol. i. [1899-1900.] New York, 1900. 
8vo, pp. 423. Portraits. 

Contents : Salutatory ; The silver jubilee of Archbishop Corrigan ; Register 
of the clergy laboring in the archdiocese of New York from early missionary 
times till 1885, by Michael Augustine Corrigan ; An unpublished letter of 
Father Jogues, 1636, with facsimile ; Cardinal McCloskey, by John M. Farley ; 
Unpublished letters of Father Anthony Kohlmann, 180810, with a short account 
of his life; A French emigre colony in the United States (1789-1793), by 
Charles George Herbermann ; The earliest baptismal register of St. Peter s 
church, New York, by James H. McGean ; Brief sketch of the life of the Rev. 
Gregory Bryan Pardow (1829-1838) ; The society of St. Raphael and the Leo 
house, by Joseph Schaefer and" Chas. G. Herbermann ; Dr. John Gilmary Shea, 
by Marc F. Vallette ; Enoch Louis Lowe, by Andrew E. Eichmann ; Record of 
historical literature ; Archbishop Hughes and the draft riots, by Thomas F. 
Meehan ; The beginnings of the hierarchy in the United States, by Thomas J. 
Campbell ; The Rt. Rev. John Dubois, third bishop of New York, by Chas. G. 
Herbermann ; St. Peter s church, New York, its corporations and its property 
The old trustee system, by James IT. McGean ; A Protestant judge of a hundred 
years ago (Yeates), by Charles W. Sloane ; The Catholic cemeteries of New 
York, by Michael Augustine Corrigan ; Necrology of Father John Larkin ; 
Joseph W. Carroll, by Thomas F. Meehan; The Emmet family, by C. G. II [er- 
bermann.j (927 



138 AMERICAN" HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical Records and Studies. 
Vol. ii. 1900-1901. New York. 1901. 

8vo, pp. 4, 510. 

Contents : Cardinal McCloskey, by John M. Farley ; Register of the clergy 
laboring in the archdiocese of New York from early missionary times to 1885, 
by Michael Augustine Corrigan ; The foundation of the Dominican province in 
the United States, by A. I. du P. Coleman ; Story of our portrait of Bishop 
Concanen, by James M. S. Lynch ; Letter of F. J. M. Lombardi, giving an 
account of Bishop Concanen s death, by James M. S. Lynch ; An historical 
sketch of the relations of church and state in New York, by Edward J. 
McGuire ; Letters and papers from the Annales de 1 Association de la Propa 
gation de la Foi. translated by John E. Cahalan ; The pioneer priest of the 
Alleghanies, the Rev. Lewis Sibourd facsimiles of documents; The earliest 
baptismal register of St. Peter s church, New York city, by James H. McGean ; 
Father Louis Fouiu biographical sketch ; Pioneer times in Brooklyn, by 
Thomas F. Meehan ; Bishop Laughlin as a citizen, by Thos. F. Meehan ; Petition 
of the German Roman Catholics of the city of New York to Bishop Carroll of 
Baltimore for a German pastor, March 2, 1808 ; Oration on the death of General 
George Washington, addressed to the Catholic Congregation of St. Mary s Church 
of Albany, by the Rev. Matthew O Brien, Feb. 22, 1800 ; Provincial corps of Ro 
man Catholic volunteers, by Charles William Sloane ; Library of the Society ; 
Contents of U. S. Catholic Historical Magazine, Vol. i, 1887 ; Donations of 
books ; Record of historical literature ; Minutes of the annual meeting ; Rt. 
Rev. Winand Michael Wigger, third bishop of Newark, by Charles G. Herber- 
mann ; The conversion of Col. Dodge, by J. M. S. Lynch ; Gleanings from early 
Catholic journals, communicated by James H. O Donnell ; Rev. Charles Constan- 
tine Pise, by Rev. H. A. Brann ; the Papal flag in New York harbor, 1757-8, by 
Denis P. O Neill ; Rev. James Neill, 1798-1838, by R. L. Burtsell ; Constitu 
tional freedom of religion, by Peter Condon ; Some schools in old New York, 
by Thomas F. Meehan ; America before Columbus, by C. G. Herbermann ; His 
tory of the diocese of Hartford, by A. I. du P. Coleman. (928 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical records and studies. 
Vol. in. Ft. 1. January, 1903. New York, 1903. 
8vo, pp. 259. 

Contents : Archbishop Corrigan ; The first map bearing the name America, 
by Charles George Herbermann ; The globe of Pope Marcellus II and its rela 
tion to the voyage of Verrazano, with notes on the discovery of the Hudson, 
by Benjamin F. De Costa ; A year with the Army of the Potomac, diary of 
Father Tissot ; St. John s college, Fordham in 1859, by Thomas J. Campbell ; 
Constitutional freedom of religion and the revivals of religious intolerance, by 
Peter Condon ; New York s first Catholic newspaper, by Thomas F. Meehan ; 
The diary of Dr. Stiles, by James H. O Donnell ; Extracts from early records of 
St. Peter s Church, New York City The building of the first cathedral of New 
York, by James H. McGean ; Monsignor Bedini s visit to the United States. 
The official correspondence, by Peter Condon ; Rev. Anthony Cauvin, founder 
of the church of " Our Lady of Grace " of Hoboken, by Peter Condon ; Letters 
and papers from the Annales de la Propagation de la Foi, no. xix, Jan., 1830. 
Translated by John E. Cahalan : v. Monseigneur Portier s account of his trip 
from Pensacola to St. Augustine (continuation). The Northmen in America; 
Gleanings from early Catholic journals, communicated by James H. O Donnell : 
Rev. Dr. Reze s missionary visit to Michigan, 1830 ; The Catholic Church in 
Paterson, N. J., 1830 ; Liberation of Spanish and Indian slaves by Governor 
Dongan. by D. P. O Neill ; The earliest baptismal register of St. Peter s church, 
New York city, by James H. McGean ; A list of publications relating to Charles 
Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832), by Agnes C. Storer ; Joseph Thoron, by 
Edward J. McGuiro. (929 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical Records and Studies. 
Vol. in. Part H. December, 1904. New York, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 261-526. 

Contents: Pius X; The first bishop of Albany (John McCloskey), by John M. 
Farley ; The tithes for the crusades in Greenland, 1276-1282 A contribution 
to the ecclesiastical history of the No rthmen in America, by Joseph Fischer ; 
Register of the clergy laboring in the archdiocese of New York from early mis 
sionary times to 1S85, by Michael Augustire Corrigan; The Waldseemiiller map 
of 1507, by Charles George Herbermann ; Frederic R. Coudert, by Paul Fuller ; 



ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 139 

The earliest Jesuit missionary explorers in Florida, Maryland, and Maine, by 

Joseph M. Woods ; The first charity concert for the catholic orphans in New 

York, by Thomas F. Meehan ; The history of the Marquette statue, presented 

to Statuary Hall, in the Capitol, by the State of Wisconsin ; Andrew Parmen- 

tier, horticulturist, and his daughter, Madame Bayer, by Thomas F. Meehan ; 

Patrick Farrelly, by Henry A. P.rann ; The first American pilgrimage to Rome, 

by Benjamin J. Keiley ; The earliest baptismal register of St. Peter s Church, 

New York city, by James II. McGean ; Officers ; Proceedings ; Members. (030 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Monograph series, i. Unpub 

lished letters of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, and of his father, Charles 

Carroll of Doughoregan. Comp. and ed. with a memoir by Thomas Meagher 

Field. New York, 1002. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., 250 pp., fron., port., facsim., geneal. tab. (931 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Monograph series, n. Three 
quarters of a century. (1807 to 1882.) A retrospect. Written from docu 
ments and memory in 1882 and the following years. By Augustus J. 
Thebaud. Vol. in. Forty years in the United States of America (1839- 
1885) by Augustus J. Thebaud, with a biographical sketch by Thomas J. 
Campbell, edited by Charles George Herberuiann. New York, 190-4. 

8vo, pp. 363, (3). (932 

UNITED STATES CATHOLIC HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Monograph series, HI. Histor 
ical sketch of St. Joseph s Provincial Seminary, Troy, N. Y. By Henry 
Gabriels, D. D. With an introduction: i. Life of Bishop Henry Gabriels. 
ii. Early New York seminaries, by Charles George Herbermann. And an 
epilogue by Thomas F. Myhan. New York, 1905. 

8vo, pp. 188. Plate. Portraits. (933 

B. STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETIES. 



/ ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution, July 9, 1850. Tuscaloosa, ^850. 

8vo, pp. 12. (934 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions at the First Annual Meeting, July 
14, 1851. Tuscaloosa, 1852. 
8vo, pp. 55. 

Contents : Proceedings ; Report of the executive committee, by J. II. Foster ; 
Address of the President, Alexander Bowie ; Report on statistics of Tuska- 
loosa, by M. Tuomey and W. Moody ; Memoir on the cotton plant, by Isaac 
Croom. (935 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions at the Annual Meeting, July 9 
and 10, 1855. Tuscaloosa, 1855. 
8vo, pp. 65. 

Contents : Abstract of the minutes of the meeting ; The Claims and Charac 
teristics of Alabama History, address by A. B. Meek. (936 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual address before the Society at Tusca 
loosa, July 13, 1858. By N. L. W bitfield. Published by order of the execu 
tive committee. Tuscaloosa, 1858. 
8vo, pp. 19. 

The true nature and purpose of history. (937 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Tuskaloosa, the Origin of its Name, its His 
tory, etc. A paper read before the Society by Thomas Maxwell, July 1, 
1876. Tuskaloosa, 187G. 

8vo, pp. 86. Map. (938 



140 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Alabama Historical Reporter. Published under 
the auspices of the Society. Vol. i. Nos. 1-10. Oct., 1879-July, 1880. 
Vol. ii. Nos. 1-12, Dec., 1883-Nov., 1884. Vol. in. Nos. 1-7. Jan.-July, 
1885. Tuscaloosa, 1879-1885. Twenty-nine numbers. 

8vo. (939 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular. [Tuscaloosa, 1879.] 
Svo, pp. 4. 

Shows officers for years 1878-79. (94O 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Session of the Alabama legislature, 1847-48. A 
paper prepared for the Society, by J. L. M. Curry, LL. D. Washington, 
1892. 

8vo, pp. 15. (941 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Importance and growth of genealogical work 
in the South. By James Oscar Prude. Delivered before the Society on 
June 18, 1895, at Tuscaloosa. Tuscaloosa [1895]. 

8vo, pp. 29. 

Portrait of author. (942 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. " Vol. 1. of the Transactions, which will comprise 
all of the previous issues, as well as unpublished manuscript matter from 
date of organization, 1850 to 1897, will be published as soon as necessary 
material can be properly compiled." Cf. Administrative circular. No. 8, 
p. 5. 

(943 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions 1897-98. Vol. n. Tuscaloosa, 
Alabama : Printed for the society 1899. 

8vo, pp. 204. 

Contents : Officers ; Act to incorporate the society ; Proceedings of the annual 
meeting, June 21, 1898 ; The Genesis of public education in Alabama, by William 
F. Perry ; Early times in the vicinity of the present city of Montgomery, by 
William Stokes Wyman ; Forty-fourth Alabama regiment, by James Jackson 
Garrett ; Early roads of Alabama, by Peter Joseph Hamilton ; Surrender of 
Weatherford, by William Gates Orr ; Columbian Institute, by Levin Vinson 
Rosser ; Circular of Pelham Institute, 1873 ; Joseph G. Baldwin, by Thomas 
Badger Wetmore ; Clement Claiborne Clay, by Virginia Clay-Clopton ; Statistics 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the diocese of Alabama, by Richard 
Hooker Cobbs and Walter C. Whitaker ; The Alabama-Mississippi boundary, by 
John Hollis Bankhead ; Creek war incidents, by Henry Sale Halbert ; Sessions 
of the General assembly of Alabama, 1818-1897, by Thomas McAdory Owen ; 
Sketch of Pettus Brigade, by Edmund Winston Pettus ; Alabama river boats 
burned or sunk from 1865 to 1894 ; Statistics of the counties of Alabama, 
by Thomas M. Owen ; Topographical notes and observations on the Alabama 
River, August, 1814, by Major Howell Tatum, edited by Peter J. Hamil 
ton and Thomas M. Owen ; The work of William Henry Fowler as superin- 
endent of army records, 1863-65, by Thomas M. Owen ; Index. (944 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions. Vol in. 1898-99. Tuscaloosa, 
1899. 

Svo, pp. 251. 

Contents : Pt. i. Proceedings of the annual meeting, June 19, 1899 ; Necrology, 
by Thomas M. Owen ; The work of the South in building the United States, by 
W. R. Garrett ; Relics and antiquities, by Mrs. W. E. Sorsby, C. A. Lanier, W. C. 
Richardson, and Thomas M. Owen ; Choctaw Indian names in Alabama and 
Mississippi, by II. S. Halbert: General and staff officers from Alabama in the 
war, 1861-65 ; French exploration from Mobile, by 1*. J. Hamilton ; The treaty 
of Dancing Rabbit Creek, by A. W. Dillard ; A geographical sketch of the Ala 
bama territory, by Justus Wyman ; Governor William Wyatt Bibb, by C. E. 
Jones ; Wilcox s brigade, by C. M. WSlcox ; Diary of Richard Breckenridge, 1816 ; 
The visit of President James Monroe to Alabama territory, June 1, 1819 ; Early 
history of Monroe county, Alabama ; The Creek Indian War of 1836, by John A. 
Campbell ; Burr s conspiracy ; Tales of personal adyenture recollections of 
incidents in the War between the States, by John W. Du Bose ; Letters from 
George Strother Gaines relating to events in South Alabama, 1805-1814. 



ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 141 

Pt. n. Proceedings and papers of the Spanish Evacuation Centennial, May 6, 
1899 ; Address of welcome by B. D. Turner ; Reminiscences, by Iluriosco Austin ; 
Reminiscences of Old St. Stephens, by Mary Welsh ; St. Stephens, Spanish fort 
and American town, by I*. J. Hamilton. (945 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions. 1899-1903. Vol. iv. Mont 
gomery, 1904. * 

8vo, pp. 639. Portrait. 

Contents : Constitution ; Officers ; Part i Proceedings of the semicentennial 
meeting of the Society, June 18, 1900, and historical papers : Necrology, by 
Thomas M. Owen ; The building of the State, by William Columbus Ward ; Was 
Mobile Bay the Bay of Spiritu Santo? by Peter Joseph Hamilton; The uses of 
bibliography, by Joel Campbell I)u Bose ; ^Indian massacres in Butler county, ir. 
1818 by Charles Edward Crenshaw ; Semicentennial ode, by Warfield Creath 
Richardson ; The Alabama Historical Society reminiscences of fifty years, by 
Joshua H. Foster, Walter Guild, James M. Van Hoose, and John Snow ; Dr. 
Basil Manly, the founder of the Society, by Thomas M. Owen ; The mission of 
Francis Scott Key to Alabama in 1833, by Thomas Chalmers McCorvey ; The 
Buford expedition to Kansas, by Walter Lynwood Fleming ; The Indians of 
Marshall county, Alabama, by Oliver Day Street ; Bishop Richard Hooker Wil- 
mer, by Walter C. Whitaker ; Notes on Alabama mounds and antiquities, by 
Thomas M. Owen. Part n Proceedings of the annual meeting, June 3, 1901, 
and historical papers : Necrology, by Thomas M. Owen ; Address on the presen 
tation of crosses of honor to Confederate veterans by the R. E. Rodes chapter, 
United Daughters of the Confederacy, by Tennent Lomax ; The ideal university, 
by Joel Campbell I)u Bose ; Henry W. Hilliard, by Toccoa Cozart ; A sketch oi! 
Judge Anderson Crenshaw, by Charles Edward Crenshaw ; What will be the 
final estimate of Yancey?, by George Petrie ; Recollections of the Alabama Demo 
cratic State Convention of 1860, by Sutton S. Scott ; The French grant in Ala 
bama, a history of the founding of Demopolis, by Gains Whitfield, jr. ; Benjamin 
Fitzpatrick and the vice-presidency, by Shepherd II. Roberts ; The history of 
the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Alabama prior to 1826, by James H. B. 
Hall ; Notes on the records of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Alabama, 
by Thomas M. Owen. Part in Proceedings of the annual meeting, June 14, 
1902, and historical papers : Necrology, by Thomas M. O^en ; Thomas Hill 
Watts, a statesman of the old regime, by Emma Beall Culver ; Descendants ot 
John Purifoy who were Confederate soldiers, by Francis Marion Purifoy ; John 
Murray Forbes s horseback trip to Alabama in 1831, by Thomas Semmes Forbes; 
The military operations of General John T. Croxton in West Alabama, 1865, by 
Thomas P. Clinton ; William F. Samford, statesman and man of letters, by 
George Petrie ; Dr. William Leroy Broun, by Charles Coleman Thach ; The con 
servative party in Alabama, 1848-1860, by J. E. D. Yonge ; Revolutionary sol 
diers buried in Alabama, by Mrs. P. H. Mell. Part iv Proceedings of the 
annual meeting, Dec. 22, 1903, and historical papers : Necrology, by Thomas M. 
Owen ; Personal reminiscences of Colonel Albert James Pickett, by Michael 
Leonard Wuods ; Proceedings of the celebrations of the anniversary of the ad 
mission of the State of Alabama into the Union, Dec. 14, 1899-Dec. 14, 1903 ; 
Index. (946 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Administrative Circulars. 1898-1901. 

8vo, Nos. 1-11. 

No. 1. Announcement 1898-99. pp. 4. 

No. 2. Prospectus. Transactions of the Alabama Historical Society, 1850- 
1897. pp. 3. 

No. 3. Appeal to the press of the State, p. 1. 

No. 4. I. General information ; II. Personal and press endorsements ; III. 
List of members, pp. 15. 

No. 5. Spanish Evacuation Anniversary ; Annual meeting, 1899 ; Alabama 
in the war between the States ; Library and collections ; and membership, pp. 2. 

No. 6. Treasurer s statement. 

No. 7. Statement of work proposed by the [Alabama History] Commission, 
Tentative outline of the report, Act of the General Assembly, etc. pp. 4. 

No. 8. General information respecting the Society ; The removal of head 
quarters to Birmingham ; A statement as to its future plans and prospects, 
pp. 7. 

No. 9. Importance of the establishment of a Department of Archives and 
History, pp. 2. 



142 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

No. 10. Message of Governor William J. Samford urging the importance of 
the establishment of a Department of Archives and History, pp. 3. 

No. 11. Officers, 1904 ; General information ; and Constitution. 8vo, pp. 4. 

(947 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Miscellaneous Collections, Vol. i. 
Report of the Alabama History Commission to the Governor of Alabama, 
December 1, 1900. Edited by Thomas McAdory Owen. Vol. i. Montgom 
ery, 1901. 

8vo, pp. 447. 

Contents : Part i. An account of manuscripts, papers, and documents per 
taining to Alabama in official repositories beyond the State. Part n. An 
account of manuscripts, papers, and documents in official repositories within 
the state of Alabama. Part in. An account of manuscripts, papers, and docu 
ments in private hands. Pt. iv. War records of Alabama. Pt. v. Aboriginal 
and Indian remains in Alabama. (948 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 2. The building of the State. By 
William Columbus Ward. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 53-72. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (949 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 3. Was Mobile Bay the bay of 
Spiritu Santo? By Peter J. Hamilton. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 73-93. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (95O 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 4. Semi-centennial ode. By War- 
field Creath Richardson. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 103-106. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (951 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 5. Dr. Basil Manly, the founder of 
the Alabama Historical Society. By Thomas McAdory Owen. Montgomery, 
Alabama, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 125-140. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (952 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 6. The mission of Francis Scott 
Key to Alabama in 1833. By Thomas Chalmers McCorvey. Montgomery, 
Ala., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 141-165. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (953 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 7. The Buford expedition to Kan 
sas. By Walker Lynwood Fleming. Montgomery, Alabama, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 167-192. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (954 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 8. The Indians of Marshall County, 
Alabama. By Oliver Day Street. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 193-210. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (955 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 9. Bishop Richard Hooker Wilrner. 
By Walter C. Whitaker. Montgomery, 1904. 

Svo, pp. 211-234. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (956 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 10. Notes on Alabama mounds and 
antiquities. By Thomas McAdory Owen. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 235-241. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (957 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 11. The ideal university. By 
Joel Campbell Du Bose. Montgomery, 1904. 

8vo. pp. 269-276. 

From the Transactions, Vol. iv. (958 



ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 143 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 12. Henry W. Hilliard. By Miss 
Toccoa Cozart. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 277-299. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (959 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 13. A sketch of Judge Anderson 
Crenshaw. By Chas. Edward Crenshaw. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 301-305. 
From the Transactions, Vol. iv. (96O 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 14. What will be the final estimate 
of Yancey? By George Petrie. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 307-312. 
From the Transactions, Vol. iv. (961 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 15. Recollections of the Alabama 
Democratic state convention of 1860. By Sutton S. Scott. Montgomery, 
Ala., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 313-320. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (962 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 16. The French grant in Alabama. 
A history of the founding of Deinopolis. By Gaius Whitfield, jr. Mont 
gomery, Ala., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 321-355. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (963 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 17. Benjamin Fitzpatrick and the 
vice-presidency. By Shepherd H. Roberts. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 357-364. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (964 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Reprint No. 18. History of the Cumberland 
Presbyterian Church in Alabama prior to 1826. By James H. B. Hall. 
Montgomery, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 365-394. 

From the Tranactions, Vol. iv. (965 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 19. Thomas Hill Watts, a states 
man of the old regime. By Emma Beall Culver. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 415-439. 
From the Transactions, Vol. iv. (966 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 20. The descendants of John 
Purifoy, who were Confederate soldiers. By Francis Marion Purifoy. 
Montgomery, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 441-444. 

From the Transactions, Vol. iv. (967 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 21. John Murray Forbes s horse 
back trip to Alabama in 1831. By Thomas Seinnies Forbes. Montgomery, 
Ala., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 445-448. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (968 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint No. 22. The military operations of 
Gen. John T. Croxton in West Alabama, 1865. By Thomas P. Clinton. 
Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 449-463. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (969 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint. No. 23. William F. Samford, states 
man and man of letters. By George Petrie. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 465-485. 
From the Transactions, Vol. iv. (97O 



144 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint. No. 24. Dr. William Leroy Broun. 
By Charles Coleman Thach. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 487-499. 
From the Transactions, Vol. iv. (971 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint. No. 25. The Conservative party in 
Alabama, 1848-1860. By J. E. D. Yonge. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 501-526. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (972 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint. No. 26. Revolutionary soldiers buried 
in Alabama. By Mrs. Patrick Hues Mell. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 527-572. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (973 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint. No. 27. Personal reminiscences of 
Col. Albert James Pickett By M. L. Woods. Montgomery, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 597-611. 
From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (974 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reprint. No. 28. Alabama day. Proceedings 
of the celebrations of the anniversary of the admission of the State of Ala 
bama into the Union, Dec. 14, 1899-Dec. 14, 1903. Founded by Mrs. Idyl 
King Sorsby, Dec. 14, 1899. Montgomery, Ala., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 613-619. 

From the Transactions, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. (975 

ALABAMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Alabama Polytechnic Institute Historical Pa 
pers. First series. Studies in Southern and Alabama History. Papers by 
members of the Historical Seminary, Alabama Polytechnic Institute George 
Petrie, Ph. D., Professor. [From the Transactions of the Alabama His 
torical Society, 1899-1903, Vol. iv. Reprint No. 29.] Montgomery, Ala 
bama, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 189. 

Contents : William Leroy Broun, by C. C. Thach ; The Buford Expedition to 
Kansas, by W. L. Fleming ; Benjamin Fitzpatrick and the Vice-Presidency, by 
S. H. Roberts ; Henry W. Hilliard, by Toccoa Cozart ; Thomas Hill Watts, by 
E. B. Culver ; The French grant in Alabama, by Gains Whitehead, jr. ; The 
conservative party in Alabama, 1848-1860, by J. E. D. Yonge ; What will be the 
final estimate of Yancey ? by George Petrie ; William F. Samford, by George 
Petrie. (976 

< ALABAMA BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Birmingham, Ala. 

ALABAMA BAPTIST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of the Baptists of Alabama 
from the time of their first occupation of Alabama in 1808 until 1894, being 
a detailed record of denominational events in the State during the stirring 
period of eighty-six years, and furnishing biographical sketches of those 
who have been conspicuous in the annals of the denomination ; besides 
much other incidental matter relative to the secular history of Alabama. 
By B. F. Riley. Issued under the auspices of the Alabama Baptist Histor 
ical Society. Birmingham, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 481. Illustrated. (977 

CON ECU H HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

CONECUH HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of Conecuh County, Alabama. Em 
bracing a detailed record of events from the earliest period to the present; 
biographical sketches of those who have been most conspicuous in the annals 
of the county ; a complete list of the officials of Conecuh, besides much 



ARIZONA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 145 

valuable information relative to the internal resources of the county. By 
Rev. B. F. Riley. Columbus, Ga., 1881. 

12mo, pp. xi, [131-233. 

Written at the request of the Conecuh Historical Society. (978 

IBERVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Mobile, Ala. 

IIJERVILLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An account of the proceedings at the meeting, 
July 14, 1902, in the Gulf States Historical Magazine, Vol. i, p. 154. 

(979 

TENNESSEE VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Huntsville, Ala. 

TENNESSEE VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular No. 1. Call for the organiza 
tion of a Society for the Study and Preservation of the History and An 
tiquities of the Tennessee Valley. 

TENNESSEE VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular No. 2. Preliminary announce 

ment, 1902 ; Constitution and roll of members. 

8vo, pp. 4. (98O 

TENNESSEE VALLEY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular No. 3. The Tennessee Val 
ley Historical Society. [Announcement of the second annual meeting] 
[Huntsville, Alabama], 1903. 

P. l. (981 



ARIZONA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

ARIZONA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter, Constitution, and By-Laws. Incorpo 
rated and organized November, 1864. Prescott, 1864. 

12mo, pp. 16. (982 

ARIZONA PIONEER SOCIETY. 

ARIZONA PIONEER SOCIETY. The American pioneer. An oration delivered at 
Prescott, Arizona, July 4, 18(36, before the Arizona Pioneer Society, by 
Richard Cunningham McCormick. Prescott [Ariz.], 1866. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., pp. 8. 

In double columns. (983 

PIONEER HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ARIZONA. 

PIONEER HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ARIZONA. The history of Arizona from the 
earliest times known to the people of Europe to 1903, by Sidney R. De Long. 
Written under the auspices of the Pioneer Historical Society of Arizona. 
San Francisco, 1905. 

8vo, pp. 199. (984 



. ARKANSAS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ARKANSAS HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. "At the request of the Association the 
General Assembly, by an act of April 27, 1905, created the Arkansas History 
Commission, and made it their duty to direct and supervise the printing of 
the first volume of publications of said Association." Cf. Iowa Journal of 
History and Politics. January, 1906. p. 161. (85 

H. Doc! 923, 59-1, vol 2 -- 10 



146 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. 

Little Rock, Ark. 

(986 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF. THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. Proceedings of the legislature 
and of the Historical Society of the State of Arkansas, and the Eclectic 
Society, of Little Rock, Ark., fixing the pronunciation of the name Arkansas. 
Little Rock, Ark., for the Eclectic Society, 1881. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., pp. 16. Cover-title. (987 



CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
San Francisco, CaJ. 

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Noticias de la Nueva California, escritas por 
el Rev. Padre Fr. Francisco Palou. [1776-1783.] California Historical 
Society s publication. San Francisco, 1874. 
Four vols., 8vo. Photographs. 

One hundred copies printed. Edited, with an introduction, by John T. Doyle. 

(988 

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reglamento General para el Gobierno de la 
Provincia de Californias, aprobado per S. M. en el Real orden de Octubre de 
1781. (989 

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers of the California Historical Society. 
Vol. i, parts 1, 2. San Francisco, 1887. 

8vo, Vol. I, pt. 1, pp. xv, 94 ; Vol. i, pt. 2, pp. v, 3-432. 

Pt. i : Officers, members ; Introductory ; The Local Units of History, by 
Martin Kellogg ; Data of Mexican and United States History, by Bernard Moses ; 
History of the Pious Fund of California, by John T. Doyle ; The First Phase of 
the Conquest of California, by William Carey Jones. Pt. n : A History of the 
College of California, by S. H. Willey, D. D. (99O 

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A History of the College of California. By 
Samuel Hopkins Willey, D. D. San Francisco : S. Carson & Co., 1887. 
8vo, pp. (5), 432. 
Reprinted from Papers of the California Historical Society, Vol. i, pt. 2. (991 

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Identification of Sir Francis Drake s Anchor 
age on the coast of California in the year 1579. By Prof. George Davidson, 
Ph. D. California Historical Society publication. Read before the Society 
March 12, 1889. San Francisco, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 58. Fifteen folded plates. (992 

CALIFORNIA HISTORIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 

San Francisco, Col. 

Founded 1898 as California Genealogical Society ; present name afterwards 
adopted. 

CALIFORNIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. The California Register. Vol. i, No. 1. 
April, 1900. San Francisco, 1900. 
8vo, pp. 32. 

Contents : Chart The Bay State and the Old Dominion, some allied families, 
by Mrs. Selden S. Wright ; Holmes family of Rhode Island and New Jersey, by 
Hulda H. B. Brown; Some of the Hughes family, by May Stansbury Mansfield; 
Pearl family, by Zoeth S. Eldredge : Thomas Pope of Plymouth, and his 
descendants, by O^erton C. Pope; Peet family, by Janett R. Dorr. (993 



GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC. 147 

CALIFORNIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. The Spanish archives of -California. Paper 
read before the Society, July 13, 1901. By Zoeth S. Eldredge. San Fran 
cisco, 1901. [Publication n.] (994 

CALIFORNIA HISTORIC-GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. Publication No. in. San Fran 
cisco, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 86. 

Contents : Edward Stephens Clark, by William E. Loy ; The Spanish press of 
California (1833-1844), by Robert E. Cowan; The Boston Nation, by Zoeth S. 
Eldredge ; The utility of a pedigree, by Stephen S. Ilerrick ; Meles of Hawaii, 
by H. B. Phillips ; A California pioneer, Jose Francisco de Ortega", by Zoeth S. 
Elduedge; Thomas Pope of Plymouth and his descendants, by Overton Choules 
Pope; Notes on the Millikan family, by Millard F. Hudson ; -A few of the 
descendants of John Wilgus, by Edgar Hobart ; Geo. Hull and some of his 
descendants, by Clinton T. Hull ; Contributions to the library ; Index of persons. 

(095 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC. 
San Francisco, Cat. 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC. Transactions and Proceedings. Vols. 
i-m. San Francisco, 1881-1892. 

8vo, 3 vols. (996 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC. The magnetic pole. By Th. E. Slevin. 
Read before the Geographical society of the Pacific, Dec. 20th, 1881. San 
Francisco, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 12, [4]. Diagr. (997 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC. The Mexican calendar or solar stone: 

a lecture delivered before the Academy of Sciences and the Geographical 

Society of the Pacific . . . 19th and 27th of November, 1883. By Eusebius 

J. Molera. San Francisco, 1883. 

Svo, cover-title, pp. 15. Illus., fold. pi. (998 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC. Kosinos. Vol. i, Nos. 1-4. San Fran 
cisco, 1887. 

8vo. Discontinued. (999 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF THE PACIFIC. Publications. The Discovery of Huni- 
boldt Bay, California. By George Davidson. San Francisco, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 16. (1000 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. 

Los Angeles, Cal. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Publications of the Historical 
Society of Southern California, Vol. i. (Annual publications of 1884-86- 
87-88-89-90-91.) Published by the Society. Los Angeles, Cal. dooi 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Constitution, Standing Rules, 
and List of Officers and Members, with the inaugural address of the president 
[J. J. Warner]. Hartford, Conn., 1884. 
8vo, pp. 18. 

Publications, Vol. i, No. 1. (1OO2 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Los Angeles, January, 1880. 

[Annual Publication, Vol. i, No. 2.] 

8vo, pp. 43. 

Contents : Officers ; Remarks of President Mansfield ; Inaugural address of 
President Kinley ; California in the eighteenth century, by J. Adam ; The 
glacial period, by Ira More ; Trap-door spiders, by Miss Monks ; North Ameri 
can lakes, by Isaac Kinley. (10O3 



148 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Historical Society of Southern 
California. Los Angeles, 1887. [Constitution and Papers.] San Fran 
cisco, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 54 (1). 

Contents : Constitution and By-Laws ; Organization ; President More s Ad 
dress ; Rain, Hail, and Snow, by Henry D. Barrows ; Estivation of Californian 
mason spiders, by Sarah I . Monks ; Some Wonders of Idaho, by E. W. Jones ; A 
Sketch of some of the Earliest Kentucky Pioneers of Los Angeles, by Stephen 
C. Foster ; A brief Bibliographical Sketch of the " Recopilacion de Indias," or 
Spanish India Code, and other collections of Spanish laws relating to the Indies, 
compiled during the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, by George 
Butler Griffin ; Reminiscences : My First procession in Los Angeles, March 16, 
1847, by Stephen C. Foster ; Curator s report. 

Forms Publications, Vol. i, Part 3. (1OO4 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication, 1888-89. 
[Vol. i, Part 4.] Los Angeles, Cal., 1889. 

8vo, pp. 54 (1). 

Contents: Presidents and years of service; Officers [etc.], 1889; Deceased 
members ; Retiring address of ex-President II. D. Barrows, January 14, 1889 ; 
Inaugural address of President E. W. Jones, February 4, 1889 ; A Letter of 
Sebastian Viscaino, by George Butler Griffin ; An Historical Sketch of the 
Movement for a Political Separation of the two Californias, Northern and South 
ern, under both the Spanish and American regimes, by Dr. J. P. Widney ; His 
tory of the Movements for the Division of Los Angeles County, by Prof. J. M. 
Guinn ; The United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Magnetic Observatory at 
Los Angeles, Cal., by Prof. R. E. Ilolter ; Comparison of Rain Gauges in Los 
Angeles, by Sergt. George E. Franklin ; An Historical Sketch of T. J. F. Jaeger, 
by B. A. Stephens ; What a member of the Society saw in Egypt, Alexandrian 
Antiquities, the Pyramids, the Canal, etc., by Jose Adam ; Some Observations 
on the words " Cachupin " and " Criollo," by George Butler Griffin ; Officers 
reports for 1888. (1OO5 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. [Publications of the] Historical 
Society of Southern California, 1890. [Vol. i, Part 5.] Los Angeles, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 51. 

Contents : Officers and Committees ; Addresses of President ; The Story of 
St. Vedalia, by Albert F. Kercheval ; The Great Real Estate Boom of 1887, 
by J. M. Guinn ; History of the Catholic Church in Los Angeles County, by 
Jose Adam ; From St. Louis to San Francisco in 1850, by J. E. Clark ; Excep 
tional Years, by J. M. Guinn ; The twin Relics of Barbarism, by J. A. Wills ; 
Reports on Meteorology, by J. M. Guinn ; Reports. (1O06 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Animal Publication, 1891. [Vol. 
i, Part 0.] Los Angeles, 1891. 
8vo, pp. 45. 

Contents : Officers, committees, members ; Address of retiring president, J. M. 
Guinn ; Inaugural address of President George Butler Griffin ; Annual reports 
of officers and committees. (1OO7 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Publications. Vol. 11, Part 1. 
Documents from the Sutro collection. Translated, annotated, and edited 
by George Butler Griffin, president of the Society. Printed for the Society. 
Los Angeles, 1891. 

8vo, pp. iv, 213. 

Contents : Letters of Fray Andres de Aguirre, giving an account of some 
rich islands inhabited by civilized people, discovered by a Portuguese trader 
in 1584-85. 

Vol. n, Part 2, never issued. (1OO8 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Publications of the Historical 
Society of Southern California. Vol. HI. (Annual Publications of 1893- 
94-95-96.) Published by the Society. Los Angeles, Cal. (looo 



HTSTOKICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. 149 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication. [Vol. HI, 
Parti. I 1893. Los Angeles, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 88. 

Contents : Inaugural address of E. W. Jones, president ; Early Gold Discover 
ies in Southern California, by J. M. Guinn ; Historical Notes of Old Landmarks, 
by W. F. Edgar; The Los Angeles River, its History and Ownership, by C. P. 
Dorland ; The Destruction of the Catholic Mission on the Colorado, by Rev. 
J. Adam ; Life to-day in the Pala Mission Station, by Frank J. Polley ; Siege 
and Capture of Los Angeles, September, 1846, by J. M. Guinn ; Reminiscences 
of Los Angeles in the 50s and early 60s, by H. D. Barrows ; Los Angeles in 
the later 60s and early 70s, by J. M. Guinn ; Recollections of Los Angeles, 
1875 to 1885, by John Mansfield ; Leaves from the History of the last Decade, 
1880 to 1890, by Edwin Baxter; Pasadena, the Crown of the Valley, by 
J. C. Carr. (1O1O 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication, 1904. [Vol. 
in, Part 2.] Los Angeles, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 87. 

Contents : Inaugural address of President C. P. Dorland ; Conchological 
researches in San Pedro Bay and vicinity, by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson ; Cali 
fornia fifty years ago, by J. M. Guinn ; Chinese massacre at Los Angeles in 
1871, by C. I . Dorland ; The Owens valley earthquake of 1872, by C. Mulhol- 
land ; California in the thirties, by II. D. Barrows ; Recollections of the old 
court house and its buildings, by H . D. Barrows ; Americans at the battle of 
Cahuenga, by Frank J. Polley ; Pio Pico, a biographical sketch of the last 
Mexican governor of Alta California, by Henry D. Barrows ; Historical debris, 
by J. M. Guinn ; Overland to Los Angeles, by the Salt Lake route in 1849, by 
Walter Van Dyke. (1O11 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication. [Vol. HI. 
Part 3.] 1895. Los Angeles. 1895. 
8vo, pp. 62. 

Contents : Officers of the Society, 1895-96 ; Inaugural address of President 
Edwin Baxter ; Origin of the Society, by N. Levering ; Recollections of Capt. 
Alex. Bell and the Bell Block, by H. D. Barrows ; A history of University Town, 
by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson ; Memorial sketch of Col J. J. Warner, by H. D. 
Barrows ; From Arizona to California in the early 70 s, by P. W. Dooner ; Ship 
building at San Gabriel, by F. J. Polley ; The plan of old Los Angeles, by J. M. 
Guinn ; The recent origin of man, by Stephen Bowers ; Date of the first discovery 
of gold in California, by I. L. Given ; Report of the Publication Committee ; 
Report of the Secretary ; Report of the Treasurer ; Report of the Curator. 

(1O12 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication, 1896. [Vol. 

HI, Part 4.] Los Angeles, 1897. (Imprint on cover reads 1896, that on 

title-page, 1897.) 
8vo, pp. 77. 

Contents : Officers of the Society, 1896-97 ; Inaugural address of President 
Frank J. Polley ; Old time schools and schoolmasters of Los Angeles, by J. M. 
Guinn ; Governor Caspar de Portola, by H. D. Barrows ; Michael White, the 
pioneer, by H. D. Barrows ; Renegade Indians of San Gabriel, by Frank J. 
Polley ; Don Antonio Maria Lugo ; A defense of the missionary establishments 
of Alta California, by J. Adams ; A two thousand mile stage ride, by H. D. 
Barrows ; Capt. Jedediah S. Smith, the pathfinder of the Sierras, by J. M. 
Guinn ; Memorial sketch of General John Mansfield, by H. D. Barrows ; Value 
of a historical society, by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson ; Historic houses of Los 
Angeles, by J. M. Guinn ; Capture of Monterey, October 19, 1842, by J. M. 
Guinn; Report of the Publication Committee; Report of officers. (1O13 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Publications of the Historical 
Society of Southern California. Vol. iv. (Annual Publications of 1897- 
98-99.) Published by the Society. Los Angeles, Cal. (1014 



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HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication of the So 
ciety and Pioneer Register. 1807. Vol. iv. Part i. Los Angeles, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 90. 

Contents : Officers of the Society, 1897-08 ; Inaugural address of President 
J. D. Moody ; A pioneer of Sacramento Valley, John Reid Wolfskill, by H. D. 
Barrows ; Early postal service of California, by J. M. Guinn ; Dr. William P. 
Edgar, by II. D. Barrows ; Echoes from the American revolution, by J. D. 
Moody ; The old Pueblo archives, by J. M. Guinn ; Don David W. Alexander, by 
H. D. Barrows ; Los Angeles in the adobe age, by J. M. Guinn ; Two notable 
pioneers, J. J. Ayers and Geo. Hansen, by H. D. Barrows ; Isla de Los Muertos, 
by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson ; The foundering of the steamship Central 
America, by H. D. Barrows ; Pioneer school superintendents of Los Angeles, by 
J. M. Guinn ; Reports. Pioneer Register : Officers of the " Pioneers of Los 
Angeles County ;" Historical sketch of the organization ; Constitution ; By-Laws ; 
Members. (1O15 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication of the So 
ciety and Pioneer Register. Los Angeles, 1898. Vol. iv, Part n. Los 
Angeles, 1899. 

8vo, pp. [101]-189, (1). Portrait. 

Contents : Fifteen years of local history, by J. M. Guinn ; Hugo Reid and his 
Indian wife, by Laura Evertsen King; The story of a native Californian, by 
H. D. Barrows ; Pacific coast discoveries, by Albert E. Yerex ; Some famous gold 
rushes, by J. M. Guinn ; Notes on, the Mission San Gabriel, by J. Adam ; Some 
African folk lore, by J. D. Moody ; Capitan and Tin-Tin, types of Mission 
Indians, by Laura Evertsen King ; Old Fort Moore, by J. M. Guinn ; Pioneer 
schools and their teachers, by Laura Evertsen King ; Gov. Felipe de Nere, by 
H. D. Barrows ; Rare old books in the bishop s library, by J. Adam ; How a 
woman s wit saved California, by J. D. Moody ; El Estado Libre de Alta Cali 
fornia, by J. M. Guinn ; Committtee reports. * Pioneer Register : Officers and 
committees, 1898-99 ; Ex-Mayor John G. Nichols, by H. D. Barrows ; Stephen 
C. Foster, by H. D. Barrows ; John Strother Griffin, by H. D. Barrows ; Henry 
C. Wiley, by J. F. Burns ; Horace Hiller, by II. D. Barrows ; William Blackstone 
Abernethy ; Members, elected since Feb. 1, 1888. (1O16 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication of the So 
ciety and Pioneer Register, 1899. Vol. iv, Part HI. Los Angeles, 1900. 
8vo, pp. 197-292. 

Contents : Officers of the Historical Society, 1899-1900 ; Abel Stearns, by H. D. 
Barrows ; A visit to the Grand Canyon, by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson ; Muy 
Ilustre Ayuntamiento, by J. M. Guinn ; Don Ygnacio Del Valle, by H. D. Bar 
rows ; Early club life in Los Angeles, by Jane E. Collier ; In the old Pueblo 
days, by J. M. Guinn ; The Pius Fund, by Rev. Father Adam ; Alfred Robin 
son, by H. D. Barrows ; Value of a historical society, by Walter It. Bacon ; Juan 
Bandini, by II. D. Barrows ; The story of a plaza, by J. M. Guinn ; Early gov 
ernors of Alta California, by H. D. Barrows ; Battle of Dominguez ranch, by 
J. M. Guinn ; Reports of officers. Pioneer Register : Officers and committees, 
1899-1900 ; Constitution and by-laws ; Biographical sketches ; Membership roll. 

(1O17 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY or SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Publication of the Historical 
Society of Southern California and of the-Pioneers of Los Angeles County. 
Vol. v. (Annual Publications of 1900-1901-1902.) Published by the So 
ciety. Los Angeles, Cal. (ioi7a 
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication of the So 
ciety and Pioneer Register. 1900. Vol. v. Part i. Los Angeles, 1901. 
Svo, pp. 98. Portraits. 

Contents : Officers of the Historical Society, 1900-1901 ; The stores of Los 
Angeles in 1850, by Laura Evertsen King ; Some aboriginal alphabets a 
study, pts. 1 and 2, by J. D. Moody ; To California via Panama in the early 
60s, by J. M. Guinn ; Olden time holiday festivities, by W. H. Workman ; 
Mexican governors of California, by H. D. Barrows ; Fifty years of California 
politics, by Walter R. Bacon ; Side lights on old Los Angeles, by Mary E. 
Mooney; Los Angeles postmasters, (1850 to 1900), by H. D. Barrows; Historic 
seaports of Los Angeles, by J. M. Guinn ; La Estrella, the pkmeer newspaper 
of Los Angeles, by J. M. Guinn ; Don Antonio F. Coronel, by H. D. Barrows ; 



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Reports. Pioneer Register of the Society of Pioneers of Los Angeles county : 
Officers and committees, 1900-1901; Constitution and by-laws; Biographical 
sketches. (1018 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication of the So 
ciety and Pioneer Register, 1901. Vol. v. Part ir. Los Angeles, Cal., 1002. 
8vo, pp. [101]-214. Plate. 

Contents : Historical Society Papers Officers of the Historical Society, 1901- 
1902 ; Pioneer physicians of Los Angeles, by II. D. Barrows ; The old Round 
House, by George W. Hazard ; Passing of the old Pueblo, by J. M. Guinn ; 
Marine biological laboratory at San Pedro, by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson ; 
Early clericals of Los Angeles, by II. I). Barrows ; The original Father Junipero, 
by F. J. Polley ; Camel caravans of the American deserts, by J. M. Guinn ; 
Dilatory settlement of California, by Walter R. Bacon. Pioneer Register : Offi 
cers and committees of the Society of Pioneers of Los Angeles County ; Consti 
tution and by-laws ; Inaugural address of President II. D. Barrows ; The Pony 
Express, by J. M. Guinn ; Overland to California in 1850, by J. M. Stewart ; 
Early days in Washoe, by Alfred James; Biographical sketches; Membership 
roll. (1O19 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual publication of the His 
torical Society of Southern California and of the Pioneers of Los Angeles 
County, 1902. Part in. Vol. v. Los Angeles, 1903. 
8vo, pp. [211]-318. 

Contents : Historical Society Papers Officers of the Historical Society, 1902- 
1903 ; Early art in California, by W. L. .Tudson ; Poetry of the Argonauts, by 
J. M. Guinn ; Ethical value of social organizations, by Mrs. M. Burton William 
son ; Some medicinal and edible plants of southern California, by Laura Evert- 
sen King ; Andrew A. Boyle, by H. D. Barrows ; El Caiion Perdido, by J. M. 
Guinn ; Some old letters : Dr. John Marsh to Don Abel Stearns, 1837 ; Hon. 
Stephen C. Foster to Gen. B. Riley, 1849. The Palomares family of California, 
by H. D. Barrows ; Sister Scholastica, by Wm. II. Workman. Pioneer Society 
Papers Officers and committees of the Society of Pioneers of Los Angeles 
County ; Constitution and by-laws ; My first procession in Los Angeles, March 
16, 1847, by Stephen C. Foster ; Some eccentric characters of early Los Angeles, 
by J. M. Guinn ; Angel pioneers, by Jesse Yarnell ; Trip to California via 
Nicaragua, by J. M. Stewart ; Wm. Wolfskin, the pioneer, by H. D. Barrows ; 
Pioneer ads and advertisers, by J. M. Guinn ; Biographical sketches of deceased 
pioneers. (1O2O 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication of the So 
ciety and of the Pioneers of Los Angeles County, 1903. Vol. vi, Part i. 
Los Angeles, Cal., 1904. 

8vo, pp. 105. Portrait. Plates. 

Contents : Officers of the Society ; A flag staff and flag for Fort Moore ; Fort 
Moore, by J. M. Guinn ; Captain Benjamin Daviess Moore, by M. J. Moore ; 
Histcry of Santa Catalina Island, by Mrs. M. Burton Williamson ; Governors of 
California, by II. D. Barrows ; The renunciation of Chona, by Laura Evertsen 
King; Two decades of local history, by J. M. Guinn; Letter from Col. John C. 
Fremont to the Secretary of War, 1847 ; Yuma Indian depredations and the 
Glanton War, by J. M. Guinn ; Depredations by the Yumas : Declarations taken 
in relation to the massacre of Dr. Lincoln and his party on the Colorado river 
deposition of William Carr ; Origin of the trouble between the Yumas and 
Glanton deposition of Jeremiah Hill. Pioneers of Los Angeles county : Officers 
of the Society ; Constitution and by-laws ; " In the days of 49," by J. M. 
Guinn ; An exciting episode of the early 60s, by H. D. Barrows ; Los Angeles 
pioneers of 1836, by Stephen C. Foster ; The myth of Gold Lake, by J. M. 
Guinn; Biographical sketches of deceased pioneers; Roll of members. (1O21 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Annual Publication of the His 
torical Society of California and of the Pioneers of Los Angeles County, 
1904. Vol. vi, Part n. Los Angeles, Cal., 1905. 
8vo, pp. [105]-197. Portraits. 

Contents : Historical Society Papers In memory of Marcus Baker, by Robt. 
E. C. Stearns ; Down in Panama, by J. M. Guinn ; Sequoyah, J. P. Moody ; A 
notable manifesto, by H. D. Barrows ; Pinacate, by Laura Evertsen King ; 



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Pioneer Society Papers : Officers of the Pioneers of Los Angeles County, 

1904-1905 ; Constitution and by-laws ; Reports ; Los Angeles the old and the 

new, by L. T. Fisher ; Some historic fads and fakes, by .7. M. Guinn ; Some of 

my Indian experiences, by J. W. Gillette ; Rain and rainmakers, by J. M. Guinn ; 

Biographical sketches of deceased pioneers; Roll of members. (1O22 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. The Warm and Cold Ages of the 

Earth in the Northern Latitudes. By J. J. Warner. Read before the 

Society, May, 1884. Hartford, Conn., 1884. 

8vo, pp. 16. (1O23 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. In memory of Marcus Baker. 
By Robt. E. C. Stearns. From the Annual Report of the Society for 1904. 
N. p. ; n. d. 

8vo, pp. 4. Portrait. (1O24 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution and By-Laws of the Society of 

California Pioneers. San Francisco, 1850. 

16mo, pp. 10. (1O25 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration of the Admission of California 

into the Union, September 9, 1853. Oration by W. Van Voorhies. San 

Francisco, 1853. 

8vo, pp. 13. (1O26 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution and By-Laws of the Society, 
organized August, 1850. Constitution revised, July, 1853. San Francisco, 
1853. 

8vo, pp. 12. (1O27 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration of the Admission of California 
into the Union, 1854. Oration by E. J. C. Kewen ; Poem by F. Soule. San 
Francisco, 1854. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1O28 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. The Annals of San Francisco, containing a 
gurnmary history of the first discovery, settlement, progress, and present 
condition of California. By Frank Soule, J. H. Gihon, and J. Nisbet. New 
York, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 824. Folded map. 

Dedicated to the Society of California Pioneers. (1O29 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Oration delivered before the Society at the 
Fifth Anniversary of the Admission of California into the Union. By 
George P. Johnson. Ode by Edmund Pillet. September 10, 1855. 

8vo, pp. 16, (2). (1O3O 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Oration delivered before the Society at their 
celebration of the Seventh Anniversary of the Admission of the State of 
California into the Union, by T. W. Freelon. Ode by Edward Pollock. 
September 9, 1857. San Francisco, 1857. 

8vo, pp. (2), 24. (1O31 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Oration delivered before the Society at their 
celebration of the Eighth Anniversary of the Admission of California into 
the Union. By Fred. P. Tracy. Poem by Edward Pollock. September 9, 
1858. San Francisco, 1859. 

8vo, pp. 15. (1O32 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Oration delivered before the Society at their 
celebration of the Ninth Anniversary of the Admission of California into 



SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. 153 

the Union. By Willard B. Farwell. Poeni by John R. Ridge. September 
9, 1859. San Francisco, 1859. 

8vo, pp. 20. (1O33 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Address on the History of California, from 
the discovery of the country co the year 3849, delivered before the Society 
at their celebration of the Tenth Anniversary of the Admission of California 
into the Union. By Edmund Randolph. San Francisco, 1860. 

Svo, pp. 72. Two maps. (1O34 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution and By-Laws of the Society, as 
revised and adopted June, 1858 [with list of members]. San Francisco. 
1861. 

Svo, pp. 35. (1035 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Ceremonies at the laying of the corner stone 
of the new Pioneer Hall, July 7, 1862. Oration by Willard B. Farwell. 
Poem by Miss Eliza A. Pittsinger. [Address delivered before the Society 
at their celebration of the Twelfth Anniversary of .the Admission of Cali 
fornia into the Union, September 9, 1862, by E. II. Washburn, with the 
Slitter resolutions.] San Francisco, 1862. 

8vo, pp. 26, (1). 

The bracketed portion is comprised in pages 17-26. (1O36 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Inaugural Ceremonies at the Opening of the 
new Pioneer Hall, January 8, 1863. Inaugural address by O. P. Sutton ; 
oration by E. Lies. San Francisco, 1863. 

Svo, pp. 27. (1037 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Transaction of the Society of California 
Pioneers, January 1 to May 7, 1863. Part i, Vol. n. San Francisco, 1863. 
Svo, pp. 101. 

Contents : Officers ; Constitution ; By-Laws ; Members ; Inauguration of the 
new Hall, January 8, 1863 ; Inauguration address by O. J. Sutton ; Oration 
by Eugene Lies ; Transactions. (1O38 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Fourteenth Anniversary of the Society. Ora 
tion by Rev. Henry W. Bellows. Poem by Frank Bret Harte. Sail Fran 
cisco, 1864. 

Svo. pp. 31. (1O39 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Fifteenth Anniversary of the Society. Ora 
tion by Horatio Stebbins. Poem by James F. Bowman. San Francisco, 
1865. 

Svo, pp. 16. (1040 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA. PIONEERS. Annual Report of President P. B. Cornwall, 
for 1865-66. San Francisco, 1866. 

Svo, pp. 4. (1041 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution and By-Laws, as revised and 
adopted October, 1866, with list of members. San Francisco, 1866. 

Svo, pp. 77. (1043 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Sixteenth Anniversary of the Admission of 
California into the Union. Oration by J. W. Dwinelle. San Francisco, 
1866. 

Svo, pp. 34. (1043 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Seventeenth Anniversary of the Corporate 

Society of California Pioneers. Oration by William H. Clark. Poem by 
Charles Warren Stoddard. San Francisco, 1867. 

Svo, pp. 23. < 1044 



154 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Eighteenth Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by E. D. Wheeler. Poem by Ira D. Colbrith. San Fran 
cisco, 1868. 

Svo, pp. 20. (1O45 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution and By-Daws, as revised and 
adopted April, 1869. With list of members. San Francisco, 1869. 

ll>mo, pp. 79. (1O46 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Nineteenth Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by John S. Hittell. San Francisco, 1869. 

8vo, pp. 21. (1O47 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Report of the Committee of the Board of 
Directors on the state of the Society, January 1, 1861. San Francisco, 
1869. 

8vo, pp. 15. (1048 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twentieth Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by Dansing B. Mizner. Poem by Thomas G. Spear. 
San Francisco, 1870. 

8vo, pp. 25. (1O49 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twenty-first Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by E. W. McKinstry. Poem by William H. Rhodes. 
San Francisco, 1871. 

Svo, pp. 27. (1O5O 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twenty-second Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by John Quincy Adams. Poem by Charles H. Chamber 
lain. San Francisco, 1872. 

8vo, pp. 31. (1O51 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twenty-third Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by Joseph W. Winans. Poem by J. C. Severance. San 
Francisco, 1873. 

Svo, pp. 31. (1052 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution, By-Laws, and List of Mem 
bers since its organization, as revised August, 1874. San Francisco, 1874. 
12mo, pp. 115. (1O53 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twenty-fourth Anniversary of the Cor 
porate Society. Oration by J. D. B. Stillman. Poem by Mrs. James Neall. 
San Francisco, 1874. 
8 vo, pp. 47. 

Pages 35-44 contain " List of passenger arrivals at the port of San Fran 
cisco for 1849." (1O54 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by Oliver M. Wozencraft. Poem by Edwin Ruthven 
Campbell. San Francisco, 1875. 

8vo, pp. 20. (1O55 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twenty-sixth Anniversary of the Corporate 
Society. Oration by W T illiam J. Shaw. Poem by Frank Soule. Address by 
George T. Bromley. San Francisco, 1876. 

8vo, pp. 34. (1056 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration of the Twenty-seventh Anni 
versary of the Admission of California into the Union by the Society at 
San Jose, September 8, 1877. San Francisco, 1877. 

Svo, pp. 23. 

Oration by Lawrence Archer. Poem by Anne Fitzgerald. (1O57 



SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. 155 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Report of the Committee of the Board of 
Directors on the financial condition of the Society, March 1, 1878. San 
Francisco, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 32. (1O58 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Twenty-eighth Anniversary of the Corporate. 
Society. Oration by Charles E. Travers. Poem by Daniel O Connell. San 
Francisco, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 22. (1O59 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution, By-Laws, and List of Members 
since its organization, as revised May, 1881. Organized August, 1850. San 
Francisco, 1881. 

12mo, pp. 91. (1O6O 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Oration at the Thirty-first Anniversary of 
the Society, by Augustus C. Taylor. San Francisco, 1881. 

12mo, pp. 13. (1O61 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Thirty-second Anniversary of the Society. 
Oration by Alfred Wheeler. Poem by Miss Grace A. Welsh. Pastoral by 
Dr. Washington Ayer. San Francisco, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 34. (1O62 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration of the Thirty-third Anniversary 
of the Society. [September 10, 1883.] Prayer by Rev. J. A. Benton. 
Letter of General Sherman. Oration by S. W. Holladay. Poem by Wash 
ington Ayer, M. D. Officers of the Society. Names of Members of the Con 
stitutional Convention of 1849. San Francisco, 188,3. 

8vo, pp. 25. (1063 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Poem by Washington Ayer, M. D., delivered 
at the Thirty-third Anniversary of the Society, celebrated at Monterey, 
September 10, 1883. [San Francisco, 1883.] 

8vo, pp. 19. Illustrated. (1O64 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Report of the Special Committee on proposed 
improvements of the Society s lot on Fourth street. Presented January 7, 
1884. San Francisco, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 14. (1065 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Thirty-fourth Anniversary of the Society. 
Procession and commemorative ceremonies upon the occasion of laying the 
corner stone of the new Pioneer Hall, September 9, 1884. San Francisco, 

1884. 

8vo, pp. 58. (1066 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration of the Thirty-fifth Anniversary 
of the Corporate Society, September 9, 1885. Prayer by Rev. Albert Wil 
liams. Introductory by John Nightingale, president. Address by John S. 
Hittell. Poem by H. B. Livingston. San Francisco, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 42. (1067 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution and By-Laws. Organized Au 
gust, 1850. Incorporated January 21, 1863. Reincorporated February 19, 
1884. San Francisco, 1885. 

32mo, pp. 34 (1). ; (1O68 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh Anniver 
saries of the Admission of California into the Union, by the Corporate 
Society of California Pioneers, September 9, 1886, and September 9, 1887. 
Order of exercises, September 9, 1887 : Prayer by Rev. Joseph A. Benton ; 



156 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

poem by Col. G. Douglas Brewerton ; oration by Hon. Thomas H. Laine. 
Published by order of the Society. [San Francisco], 1887. 
8vo, pp. 49. 

Title on cover : Celebrations of the Thirty-sixth and Thirty-seventh Anniver 
saries of the Admission of California into the Union, by the Society of California 
Pioneers, held at Saucelito, Marin County, September 9, 1886, and at Camp 
Taylor, Marin County, September 9, 1887. (1O69 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration of the Thirty-eighth Anniversary 
of the Admission of California into the Union, September 9, 1850, by the 
Corporate Society of California Pioneers, September 10, 1888. Order of 
exercises: Opening address by A. M. Ebbets, president; oration by Robert 
H. Taylor; poem by Rev. Joseph A. Benton. [San Francisco], 1888. 

8vo, pp. 30. (1O7O 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution, By-Laws, and List of Members 
of the Society since its organization, as revised June, 1888. Organized 
August, 1850. San Francisco, 1888. 

12mo, pp. 158. Frontispiece. (1O71 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration of the Thirty-ninth Anniversary 
of the Admission of California into the Union, September 9, 1850, by the 
Corporate Society of California Pioneers, Monday, September 9, 1889. 
Order of exercises : Oration by Maj. E. A. Sherman ; poe"m by Rev. C. L. 
Miel. [San Francisco], 1889. 

8vo, pp. 28. (1O72 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Forty-second anniversary of the admission of 
California into the Union by the Corporate Society of California Pioneers, 
September 9, 1892. Order of exercises : prayer by Rev. John Gray ; oration 
by John S. Hittell ; poem by Washington Ayer. San Francisco, 1892. 
Svo, pp. 15. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Forty-second Anniversary of the Admission 
of California into the Union by the Society of California Pioneers, held at El 
Campo, Marin County, September 9, 1892. (1O73 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Forty-third Anniversary of the Society of 
California Pioneers, September 9, 1893. * * * Order of exercises : Ad 
dress by the President, C. V. S. Gibbs ; prayer by Rev. S. H. Willey ; ora 
tion by Niles Searles ; poem by Frank Soule. Published by order of the 
Society, 1893. 

Svo, pp. 19. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Forty-third Anniversary of the Admission of 
California into the Union by the Society of California Pioneers, held at El 
Campo, Marin County, September 9, 1898. San Francisco, 1893. (1O74 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Forty-fourth Anniversary of the Society of 
California Pioneers, September 30, 1894. * * * Order of exercises: Ad 
dress by the President, Christian Reis ; Chairman of literary exercises, 
C. J. King; prayer by Rev. S. H. Willey; oration by W. H. L. Barnes; 
poem by Joaquin Miller. 1894. 
8vo, pp. 18. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Forty-fourth Anniversary of the Admission 
of California into the Union, by the Society of California Pioneers, held at 
Pioneer Hall, September 10, 1894. (1O75 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Forty-fifth Anniversary of the Society of 
California Pioneers, September 9, 1895. . . . Order of exercises: Address 
by the President, H. N. Tilden ; Chairman of literary exercises, C. J. King ; 
Prayer by S. H. Willey ; Oration by H. E. Highton ; Poem by Washington 
Ayer. Published by order of the Society. 1895. 
Svo, pp. 24. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Forty-fifth Anniversary of the Admission of 
California into the Union, by the Society of California Pioneers, held at Pioneer 
Hall, September 9, 1895. (1OTO 



SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. 157 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Forty-sixth Anniversary of the Society of 
California Pioneers, September 9, 1896. . . . Order of exercises: Introduc 
tion by the President, Elliot M. Root ; Prayer by Rev. S. II. Willey ; Oration 
by Samuel M. Shortridge; Poem by C. D. Cleveland. Published by order 
of the Society. 1896. 
8vo, pp. 15. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Forty-sixth Anniversary of the Admission 
of California into the Union, by the Society of California Pioneers, held at 
El Campo, Marin County, September 9th, 1896. (1O77 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Forty-seventh Anniversary of the Society of 
California Pioneers, September 9th, 1897. . . . Order of exercises : In 
troduction by the President, John H. Jewett ; Prayer by Rev. S. H. Willey ; 
Oration by N. P. Chipman ; Poem by Washington Ayer. Published by order 
of the Society. 1897. 
8vo, pp. 31. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Forty-seventh Anniversary of the Admis 
sion of California into the Union, by the Society of California Pioneers, held at 
El Campo, Marin County, September 9th, 1897. (1O78 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Forty-eighth Anniversary Celebration by 
the Society of California Pioneers, September 9, 1898. . . . Order of exer 
cises : Introduction by the President, Aylett R. Cotton ; Prayer by Rev. S. II. 
Willey ; Oration by Frank Soule. Published by order of the Society. 1898. 
8vo, pp. 17. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Forty-eighth Anniversary of the Admission 
of California into the Union, by the Society of California Pioneers, held at 
El Campo, Marin County, September 9, 1898. (1O7O 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Celebration by the Society of California 
Pioneers held at Pioneer Hall, Saturday, September 8th, 1900, and the 
Society s further participation in the ceremonies of the 10th and llth of 
September following held under the auspices of the Native Sons of the 
Golden West in commemoration of the semi-centennial anniversary of the 
admission of California into the Union, September 9th, 1850. San Fran 
cisco, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1080 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Fifty-first anniversary of the Society of Cali 
fornia Pioneers, September 9, 1901. Published by order of the Society. 
1901. 

8vo, pp. 15. 

Title on cover : Celebration of the Fifty-first Anniversary of the Admission 

of California into the Union, by the Society of California Pioneers, at Pioneer 

Hall, Monday, September 9th, 1901. (1O81 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Annual report of the Board of Directors. 

San Francisco, July 1st, 1892. 

8vo, pp. 19. (182 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Annual report of the officers of the Society. 
San Francisco, July 1st, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 26. (183 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution, by-laws, and annual report of 
the officers of the Society. San Francisco, July 1st, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 26, 23. (1084 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Annual report of the officers. San Francisco, 
July 1st, 1895. 
8vo, pp. 19. 

Same. July 1st, 1896. 8vo, pp. 22. 

Same. July 1st, 1897. 8vo, pp. 22. 

Same. July 1st, 1898. 8vo, pp. 23. 

Same. July 1st, 1899. 8vo, pp. 21. 



158 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Same. July 1st, 1900. 8vo, pp. 21. 

Same. July 1st, 1901. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Same. July 1st, 1902. 8vo, pp. 22. 

Same. July 1st, 1903. 8vo, pp. 21. 

Same. July 1st, 1904. 8vo, pp. 20. 

Same. July 1st, 1905. 8vo, pp. 20. (1O85 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. The pioneers of 49. A history of the excur 
sion of the Society of California pioneers of New England, from Boston to 
the leading cities of the golden State, April 10-May 17, 1890. With remi 
niscences and descriptions by Nicholas Ball. Boston, 1891. 

8vo, pp. xv, 288. Front., illus., pi., port. (1O86 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Marshall s gold discovery; a lecture (the 
fourth of the sixth annual course of Lick lectures) by John S. Hittell, 
delivered before the Society of California Pioneers . . . San Francisco, on 
the 24th of Jan., 1893, the 45th anniversary of the discovery. San Fran 
cisco. 1893. 

8vo, pp. 20. (1087 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Constitution and by-laws of the Society of 
California Pioneers, as revised June, 1894. Organized August, 1850. San 
Francisco, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 2(i. [With its Annual report. San Francisco, 1894.] (1O88 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. George Bancroft and his service to Cali 
fornia. By T. H. Hittell. 1893. (1O89 

SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Proceedings in reference to the histories of 
II. II. Bancroft. San Francisco, 1894. 

8vo. (1O9O 

THE SOCIETY OF CALIFORNIA PIONEERS. Report of the historical committee, 
made at the regular monthly meeting, April 1st, 1901. Refuting certain 
slanderous and false statements made from time to time against the 
pioneer men and women of California by preachers of several religious 
denominations. San Francisco. 1901. 

8vo, pp. 20. (1O91 

SOCIETY OF FIRST STEAMSHIP PIONEERS. 

San Francisco, Cal. 

SOCIETY OF FIRST STEAMSHIP PIONEERS . . . Festival in celebration of the 
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Arrival of the Steamer California at San 
Francisco, February 28, 1849, given by the Society, February 28, 1874. San 
Francisco, 1874. 

(1092 

SOCIETY OF FIRST STEAMSHIP PIONEERS. First Steamship Pioneers. Edited by 
a committee of the Association. San Francisco, 1874. 
4to, pp. viii, 393. 
Biographical sketches with photographs. (1O93 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. 
Berkeley, Cal. 

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. PUBLICATIONS. American archaeology and ethnology. 
Volume i, with 30 plates and maps. Frederic Ward Putnam, editor. 
Berkeley, 1903-1904. 
4to, pp. 378. 

Vol. i. No. 1. Life and culture of the Hupa, by Pliny Earle Goddard. Sep 
tember, 1903. pp. 88. Plates. 

No. 2. Hupa texts, by Pliny Earle Goddard. March, 1904. pp. 89-368. 
Index. (1094 



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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. PUBLICATIONS. American archaeology and ethnology. 

A ol. ir, No. 1. The exploration of the Potter Creek Cave. By William T. Sin 
clair. April, 1904. pp. 27. Plates. 

No. 2. The languages of the coast of California south of San Francisco. By 
A. L. Kroeber. June, 1904. pp. 72. 

No. 3. Types of Indian Culture in California. By A. L. Kroeber. June, 
1904. pp. 22. 

No. 4. Basket designs of the Indians of northwestern California. By A. L. 
Kroeber. January, 1905. pp. 60. Plates. 

Vol. in. The morphology of the Hupa language. By Pliny Earle Goddard. (In 
Press.) (1095 



STATE HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF COLORADO. 

Denver, Colo. 

STATE HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF COLORADO. Report of the 
State Historical and Natural History Society of Colorado, with Articles of 
Incorporation and a list of its property, January, 1889. Denver, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 19. (1O9O 

STATE HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF COLORADO. The history, 
constitution, and by-laws of the Department of natural history of the State 
Historical and Natural History Society. Denver, Colorado, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 16. (1O97 

STATE HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF COLORADO. Biennial report, 
1902-1904. Denver, Colorado, 1905. 

8vo, pp. 17. (1O98 



CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Hartford, Conn. 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Act of Incorporation and the Constitution 
of the Society, with an address to the public. Hartford, 1825. 

8vo, pp. 14 (1). (1O99 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Charter of Incorporation and By-Laws, 
together with a list of officers, and an address to the public. Hartford, 
1839. 

8vo, p. (1) (11OO 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Celebration of the Two Hundredth Anni 
versary of the Adoption of the First Constitution of Connecticut, April 21, 
1840, under the direction of a committee of the Society. 

"Thomas, E. S., Reminiscences," Vol. 11, pp. 263-294. Hartford, 1840. (11O1 
CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An account of the Society. By Henry Bar 
nard. 

American Quarterly Register, Vol. xm, pp. 284-292. Boston, 1841. (11O2 
CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical Notices of Connecticut ; published 
under the auspices of the Connecticut Historical Society. Nos. 1, 2. Hart 
ford, 1842. 

Two pamphlets. 12mo. 

No. 1. Hartford in 1640, by William S. Porter, pp. 12. 

No. 2. Hartford and West Hartford, by William S. Porter, pp. 13-48. (11O3 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Discourse on the early Constitutional His 
tory of Connecticut, before the Society, May 17, 1843. By Leonard Bacon. 
Hartford, 1843. 

Svo, pp. 24. (11O4 



160 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical Discourse before the Society and 
the Citizens of Hartford on the 20th of December, 1843. By Thomas Day. 
Hartford, 1841. 

8vo, pp. 36. (11O5 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Correspondence and Miscellanies of the 
Hon. John Cotton Smith, LL. D., formerly Governor of Connecticut. With 
an eulogy pronounced before the Connecticut Historical Society, at New 
Haven, May 27, 1846. By William W. Andrews. New York, 1847. 

12mo, pp. 328. 

The eulogy occupies pp. 14-54. The work is dedicated to the Society. (11O6 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of the Indians of Connecticut from 
the earliest known period to 1850. By John W. De Forest. Published with 
the sanction of the Society. Hartford, 1851. 
8vo, pp. xxvi, 509. Folded map. 
Reprinted in 1852 and 1853. 
Same. Albany, 1871, pp. xxvi, 509. Folded map. (11O7 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A letter from the Rev. Thomas Hooker, of 
Hartford, in answer to the complaints of Gov. Winthrop, of Massachusetts, 
against Connecticut. From the first volume of the Collections. Hartford, 
1859. 

8vo, pp. 18. (11O8 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Connecticut Historical 
Society. Yols. i, n. Hartford, 1860, 1870. 

8vo, pp. (Vol. I) xii, (4), 332; (Vol. n) (4), 380. 

CONTENTS. 

Vol. i. Charters ; By-Laws ; List of officers, 1859-60 ; Rev. Thomas Hooker s 
letter to Governor Winthrop, 1638 ; Abstracts of two sermons, by T. Hooker, 
1638-39 ; Trial of Ezekiel Cheever before New Haven Church, 1649 ; Letter from 
Governor Winthrop respecting the charter of Connecticut, 1662 ; The people s 
right to election, by G. Bulkeley, 1689 ; Their Majesties Colony of Connecticut 
vindicated, 1694 ; Roger Wolcott s journal at the siege of Louisbourg, 1745 ; Con 
necticut officers at Louisbourg ; Papers relating to the Ticonderoga expedition, 
1775 ; Major French s journal, 1776 ; Col. D. Putnam s letter relative to the bat 
tle of Bunker Hill, 1825 ; The public seal of Connecticut, by C. J. Hoadly ; Cor 
respondence with the British Government, 17551758. 

Vol. n. Officers ; On the composition of Algonkin geographical names, by J. 
Hammond Trumbull ; Papers relating to the controversy in the church in Hart 
ford, 1656-1659 ; Correspondence of Silas Deane, Delegate to the Congress of 
Philadelphia, 1774-1776. (11OJ) 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol in. Hartford : Published 
for the Society, 1895. 

8vo, pp. (8), 340. 

Contents : Officers, 1874 ; Preface ; Some helps for the Indians ; A catechism, 
by the Rev. Abraham Pierson, reprinted from the original edition, Cambridge, 
1658, with an introduction, by J. Hammond Trumbull ; Will and Doom, or the 
miseries of Connecticut by and under an usurped and arbitrary power, written by 
Gershom Bulkeley, 1692, with an introduction and notes, by Charles J. Hoadly ; 
Extracts of letters to Rev. Thomas Prince, containing historical notices of sun 
dry towns [in Connecticut] ; A memoir for the history of Connecticut, by Roger 
Wolcott, 1759 ; Index. 

The third volume of the collections was prepared for publication in 1875, but a 
fire at the printer s, in April, 1875, destroyed the entire edition, with the excep 
tion of one hundred copies of Pierson s Helps, which had been separately printed 
and delivered, and one set of the sheets of Bulkeley s Will and Doom, which was 
in the editor s hands. The present issue is made up of the same material that 
the first was to have contained, with the addition of Wolcott s Memoir. The 
nates to Bulkeley s Will and Doom have undergone some changes in this edition. 

(111O 



CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 161 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. iv. Hartford, 1892. 

8vo, pp. (4), xxxi, 9-417. 

Contents: The Talcott papers; Correspondence and documents (chiefly official) 
during Joseph Talcott s governorship of the colony of Connecticut, 1724-1741. 
Edited by Mary Kingsbury Talcott. Vol. i, 1724-1736: Sketch of Governor 
Talcott. Index. (1111 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. v. Hartford : Published 
by the Society, 1896. 

8vo, pp. xiii, 517. 

Contents: The Talcott Papers; Correspondence and documents (chiefly offi 
cial) during Joseph Talcott s governorship of the colony of Connecticut 1724-41. 
Edited by Mary Kingsbury Talcott. Vol. u. 1737-41. A map of the Moheagan 
Sachems hereditary country ; Uncas genealogy. Index. 

NOTE. Contains numerous documents regarding the Moheagan Indians, 
lands and suits ; Mason s claim to Moheagan lands ; The interstate estates law ; 
Winthrop r.s. Lechmere ; Colonial currency and coinage ; Boundary disputes with 
Rhode Island ; The sugar act : Navigation laws ; Vernon s expedition against 
Carthagena 1739-41; Expedition against Cuba in 1740; Narragansett country; 
Ministerial lands ; Reports of English board of truce in the affairs of the colony 
of Connecticut, etc. (1112 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. vi. Hartford: Published 
by the Society. 1897, 

Svo. pp. ix, 410. Plate. 

Contents : Hartford town votes. Vol. r, 1635-1710 ; Name Index ; Subject 
Index. (1113 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. vir. Hartford: Published 
by the Society, 1899. 

8vo, pp. viii, 385. 

Contents : Orderly book and journals kept by Connecticut men while taking 
part in the American Revolution, 1775-1778 : Orderly book at siege of Boston 
of ( apt. William Coit, of New London, April 23 to August 7, 1775, with sketch 
of Capt. Coit, by I . II. Woodward ; Washington s commission to Capt. Coit for 
naval service; Journal of Ensign Nathaniel Morgan, April 21 to December 11, 
1775. items of the siege from the Roxbury side ; Journal of Simeon Lyman, of 
Sharon, Aug. 10 to Dec. 28, 1775; A concise journal or .minutes of the principal 
movements toward St. John s of the siege and surrender of the forts there in 
1775, expedition against Canada, by Benjamin Trumbull ; Journal of the 
campaign at New York, 1776-7, by Benjamin Trumbull; Roll of Benjamin 
Trumbull s company. 1777 ; Journal of Oliver Boardman. of Middletown, 1777, 
Burgoyne s surrender; Journal of Bnyze Wells, of Farmington, May, 1775- 
February. 1777, at the Northward and in Canada; Journal of Joseph Joslin, jr., 
of South Killingly, a teamster in the Continental service, March, 1777- 
August, 1778. Index. (1114 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. vm. Hartford, 1901. 

8vo, pp. xiii, 375. 

Contents : Officers of the Society ; Rolls and lists of Connecticut men in the 
Revolution; Lexington Alarm List; Continental regiments 1775-1776; Con 
necticut line, 1777-1783; State troops, 1775-1777; Militia regiments, 1776- 
1782; Naval record; Pensioners; Index. (1115 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY.. Collections. Vol. ix. Hartford, 1903. Rolls 
of Connecticut men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762. Vol. i, 1755- 
1757. [Edited by Albert C. Bates.] 

8vo, pp. x, 354. (111 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. x. Rolls of Connecticut 
men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762. Vol. 11, 1758-1762. Ap 
pendixes, 1755-1764. Hartford, 1905. 

8vo, pp. xvi, 472. (1117 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Rei>ort of a committee of the Society on a 
plan for enlarging the Society s building and establishing its connection 

H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 11 



162 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

with the Watkinson library of reference. Presented April 15, 1862, and 
printed by order of the Society. Hartford, 1862. 

8vo, pp. 12. (1118 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Origin of the Expedition against Ticon- 
deroga in 1775. A paper read before the Society, January 5, 1869, by J. H. 
Trumbull. Hartford, 1869. 
Svo, pp. 15. 

Fifty copies. Reprinted from the Hartford Daily Courant, January 9, 1869. 

(1119 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Composition of Indian Geographical 
Names, illustrated from the Algonkin languages. By J. Hammond Trum 
bull. From the Society s Collections, Vol. u. Hartford, 1870. 

8vo, pp. 51 (3). (112O 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Some help for the Indians : a catechism in 
the language of the Quiripi Indians of New Haven Colony, by the Rev. 
Abraham Pierson. Reprinted from the original edition, Cambridge, 1658, 
with an introduction by J. Hammond Trumbull. Hartford, 1873. 

8vo, pp. 11 (1), 67. 

From the Collections, Vol. in. (1121 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Indian names of places, etc., in and on the 
borders of Connecticut, with interpretations of some of them. By J. Ham 
mond Trumbull. Hartford, 1881. 
8vo, pp. 11 (1), 93. 

An article in the Collections on The Composition of Indian Geographical 
Names formed the basis of this publication. (1122 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Diary of Thomas Robbins, D. D., 1796-1854. 
Printed for his nephew. Owned by the Connecticut Historical Society. In 
two volumes. Edited and annotated by Increase N. Tarbox. Boston, 
1886-87. 

Svo, Vol. I, pp. vn, (1), 1052; Vol. n, pp. i, (2), 1131. Portraits. (1123 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Birthday of the State of Connecticut. Cele 
bration of the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the adoption of the 
first constitution of the State of Connecticut, by the Connecticut Historical 
Society and the towns of Windsor, Hartford, and Wethersfield, Thursday. 
January 24, A. D. 1889. Hartford, Conn. : Published by the Society. 1889. 

8vo, pp. 98. 

Pages 26-53 contain the historical address by Rev. Joseph II. Twitchell. (1124 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The British flag, its origin and history ; 
incidents in its use in America. A paper read before the Connecticut His 
torical Society, June 7, 1881, by Jonathan F. Morris. Reprinted from the 
Hartford Daily Courant, June 8, 1881. Hartford, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1125 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical documents and notes. Genesis 
and development of the Society, and associated institutions in the Wads- 
worth Athena?um. Published by the Society. Hartford, 1889. 
8vo, pp. 114, (1). 

Contents: Notice; The Hartford Library Company; The Hartford Young 
Men s Institute ; The Connecticut Historical Society ; The Wadsworth Athe 
naeum ; The Watkinson Library ; The Connecticut Society of Natural History ; 
The Art Society of Hartford ; Report of the Joint Committees of Wadsworth 
Athenaeum, the Connecticut Historical Society, the Hartford Library Asso 
ciation, and the trustees of the Watkinson Library. Addenda : the Hartford 
Library Company ; the Hartford Library Association ; Bibliography of the 
Society, by Frank B. Gay ; Officers and members of the Society, 1825-1889. 

(1126 






FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 163 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. " Up Neck " in 1825. By Gordon W. Rus 
sell, M. D. Hartford, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 145. Illustrated. Folded plans. 

Read in part before the Society. (1127 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers and reports presented to the Society 
at the animal meeting, May 23, 1893, with a list of officers and members; 
also, a list of donations for the year. Hartford, 1893. 

8vo, pp. 49. (1128 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report of the Society. Reports 
and papers presented at the annual meeting, May 22, 1894; also a list of 
officers and members, and donations for the year. Hartford. 1894. 
8vo, pp. 62. 

Reports published annually 1895-1905. 11 pphs. Pages 23-38 of the Report 
for 1895 contain a list of " Connecticut local histories in the Connecticut His 
torical Society and Watkinson Library." (112J) 
CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 1737-1847. Diary of Rev. Daniel Wads- 
worth, seventh pastor of the First Church of Christ in Hartford. With 
notes by its fourteenth pastor [George Leon Walker]. Hartford, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 149. From Ms. belonging to the Society. (113O 

CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. List of family genealogies in the library. 
Corrected to Aug. 31, 1901. Hartford, 1901. 

8vo. pp. 30. (1131-1142 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL XOV1KTY. 
Bridffeport, Conn. 

[In 1899 united with Bridgeport Scientific Society under the name Bridgeport Scientific 

and Historical Society.] 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Articles of Association, By-Laws, List 
of Members, and First Anniversary Meeting, April 14, 1882. Bridgeport, 
1882. 

8vo, pp. 38. (1143 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Biographical Sketch of Roger Minott 

Sherman, the eminent Connecticut Jurist, 1773-1845. By William A. 

Beers. Delivered before the Society, November 28, 1882. Bridgeport, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 48. (1144 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch from the Life of Rev. James 

Beebee, soldier and preacher, who. from May 8, 1747, to September 8, 1785, 

was pastor of the Church of Christ at North Stratford (now Trumbull, 

Connecticut), written by R. C. Ambler. Added. Mr. Beebee s address to 

the people in 1758, when they departed with him to Fort George to fight 

the Indians and the French. Read before the Society, September 8, 1882. 

Boston, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 32. (1145 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A brief History of the Bridgeport Bank, 

with personal sketches of the first president and some of the early directors. 

It being a paper read before the Society, November 14, 1884, by the presi- 

dent, R. B. Lancey. [Bridgeport], 1884. 

8vo, pp. 15. (114 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Act of Incorporation, By-Laws, List of 
Members, and Fourth Anniversary Meeting. April 10, 1885. [With Ap 
pendix.] 

8vo, pp. 27. 7. 

The Appendix consists of " History of the Porter property." Taper read by 
R. B. Lancey, June 12, 1885. (1147 



164 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A history of the old town of Strat 
ford and the city of Bridgeport, Connecticut. By Samuel Orcutt. Parts 
1, 2. Published under the auspices of the Fairfield County Historical So 
ciety. 1886. 

8vo, pp. viii (2), 1, 393. Plates, portraits. (1148 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report, 1891-92. [Bridgeport.] 
1892. 

&vo. Plate. Table. (1149 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports for 1893-5. Bridgeport, Conn., 
1895. 

8vo, pp. 100, Ixxii. 

Contents : Officers of the society ; Opening of the Barnum Institute of Science 

and History : Addresses by Curtis Thompson, Beverley E. Warner, Mr. Holden, 

Rowland B. Lacey, G. L. Porter. Reports ; A sketch from the life of Rev. 

James Beebee, by Richard C. Ambler ; Revolutionary incident read before the 

Fairfield County Historical Society, by Mrs. Edwi R. Ives ; Mary Silliman 

chapter, D. A. R. ; A complete copy of the inscriptions found on the monuments, 

headstones, &c., in the oldest cemetery in Norwalk, Conn., by David H. Van 

Hoosear. (115O 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports and Papers. 1896-1897. 

8vo, pp. xxxvi, 107. 

Contents: Officers; Lincoln anniversary and historical address by Curtis 
Thompson, March 10th, 1896 ; Annual meeting, fifteenth anniversary, April 29, 
1897 : Wyoming or Connecticut s East India Co., two lectures delivered before 
the Society by Henry T. Blake ; Names and dates from the Old Burying Ground, 
Green Farms, Conn., from the earliest date to 1897 ; Index to the Greens Farm 
burying ground ; Inscriptions from the Osborn-Gregory family burying ground, 
Weston, Conn.; Inscriptions from the (Private) "Den" Burying Ground 
Weston, Conn. (1151 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch of Rev. Blackleach Barrett and 
related Stratford families. By M. D. Raymond. Published by the Society. 
[1893.] 

12mo. pp. 44, 8. (1152 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 

LITCHFIELD COUNTY HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Introductory ad 
dress, April 9, 1856, before the Society, on the occasion of completing its 
organization. By G. H. Hollister. Hartford, 1850. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1153 

MATTATUCK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Watertmry. Conn. 

MATTATUCK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Footprints of the Red Man in the Naugatuck 
Valley. A lecture, January 27, 1879, under the auspices of the Society, by 
Joseph Anderson. 

First published in Waterlury American, February 7, 1879-, and republished 
with additions by Rev. Samuel Orcutt in his " History of the old town of Derby, 
Conn." (1154 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Middletoicn, Conn. 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Middletown, Conn. Charter, By-laws, 
and Officers. Middletown, Conn., 1901. 

8vo, pp. 13. (1155 



NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 165 

NEW HAVfly COLONY HIXTOKICAL MH IETY. 
Haven, Conn. 



NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers of the New Haven Colony His 
torical Society. Vol. i. New Haven. Printed for the Society. 18(5"). 
8vo, pp. 170, iv, 192. 

Contents : Organization of the Society ; Officers ; Members ; The New Haven 
Colony, by II. White ; Civil Government in New Haven Colony, by L. Bacon ; 
History of the Cutler Lot, by II. White; History of Trinity Church, New Haven, 
by F. Croswell ; History of Long Wharf in New Haven, by T. R. Trowbridge ; 
The Parsonage of " The Blue Meeting House," by E. E. Beardsley ; The Governor 
Gilbert Lot, by E. L. Cleaveland ; Notice of the Early Pomologists in New Haven. 
by N. A. Bacon ; Correspondence between President Jefferson and Abraham 
Bishop, Collector of New Haven ; Bishop Berkeley s Gifts to Yale College, by 
P. C. Gilman ; Historical Account of Connecticut Currency, etc., by II. Bronson. 

( 1 1 .-, ; 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers of the New Haven Colony His 
torical Society. Vol. 11. New Haven, 1877. 

8vo, pp. xxiv, 388. 

Contents: Officers; Members; Constitution; Address of the president, [E. E.] 
Beardsley ; Early History of Southold, Long Island, by E. Whitaker ; Invasion 
of New Haven by the British Troops, July 5, 1779, by C. Goodrich ; The Poetry 
and Poets of Connecticut, by R. W. Wright ; Memoranda respecting Whalley and 
Goffe, by F. B. Pexter ; Remarks on Mr. Dexter s paper respecting Whalley and 
Goffe, by T. R. Trowbridge; Historical Sketch of Stephen Goodyear, Deputy Gov 
ernor of the New Haven Colony, 1643-1658, as derived from " The Old Colony 
Records ; " Ancient Houses of New Haven, by T. R. Trowbridge, jr. ; Sketch of the 
Life and Writings of John Davenport, by F. B. Dexter ; Medical History and 
Biography, by II. Bronson. (1157 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers of the New Haven Colony 
Historical Society. Vol. in. New Haven, 1882. 
8vo, pp. vii, Gi O. 

Contents : Officers ; Members ; The founding of Yale College, by F. B. .Dexter ; 
The New Haven convention of 1778, by S. E. Baldwin ; Old Connecticut, by 
F. J. Kingsbury ; History of the ancient maritime interests of New Haven, 
by T. R. Trowbridge, jr. ; The Mohegan land controversy, by E. E. Beardsley ; 
Governor Elihu Yale, by F. B. Dexter; Branford annals, by E. C. Baldwin; 
The boundary line between Connecticut and New York, by S. E. Baldwin ; 
Chapters on the early government of Connecticut, by II. Bronson ; The eccle 
siastical constitution of Yale College, by S. E. Baldwin ; The early relations 
between New Netherland and New England, by F. B. Dexter; Inscriptions on 
tombstones .in New Haven, prior to 1800, edited by F. B. Dexter. Index to 
Vols. i-ni.C (115S 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers of the New Haven Colony 
Historical Society. Vol. iv. New Haven, 1888. 

8vo, pp. viii, 456. 

Contents : Prefatory note ; Officers, 1887-88 ; Members ; The diary of Ebenezer 
Townsend, jr., the supercargo of the sealing ship Xeptune on her voyage to the 
South Pacific and Canton, with a preface by Thomas R. Trowbridge, jr. ; New 
Haven in 1784, by Fraukiln Bowditch Dexter; Connecticut boroughs, by Calvin 
H. Carter; The family of Nathaniel Eaton, of Cambridge, Mass., by Daniel C. 
Eaton ; A young man s journal of a hundred years ago [at Yale College] ; New 
Haven s adventure on the Delaware Bay, by Rev. Epher Whitaker, D. P. ; Per 
sonal reminiscences of the Revolutionary war. by the late Thomas Painter, of 
West Haven; Yale graduates in western Massachusetts, by Rev. Alpheus C. 
Hodges; Branford annals, 1700-1800, by Rev. Elijah C. Baldwin: The captives 
of the Amistad, by Simeon E. Baldwin ; The trading house on the Paugasset, 
by Rev. William G. Andrews ; The past and future of this Society, being the 
annual address of the president for 18x6. by Simeon E. Baldwin; Inscriptions 
on tombstones in Guilford, erected prior to 1800; Index. (1J59 



166 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers. Vol. v. New Haven, 1894. 

8vo, pp. xci (1), 309. Plates. Portraits. 

Contents : Proceedings at the public opening, September 28, 1893, of the 
Society building erected by Henry F. English ; Address, by the president ; Com 
memorative address, by Horace Day ; Historical sketch, by T. It. Trowbridge ; 
List of officers [and] members, 1893; Inscriptions on Milford tombstones; 
Sketch of Philip Marett, by S. E. Baldwin ; Recollections of New Haven between 
1825 and 1837, by Gardner Morse; Sketch of Eli Whitney, by W. P. Blake; 
Mrs. Eaton s trial (1644), from the records of the First Church, by Newman 
Smyth ; Extracts from the journal of Joel Root, supercargo of the ship Huron, 
from New Haven around the world, September, 1802, to October, 1806 ; New 
Haven bells, by J. S. Hotchkiss ; The three constitutions of Connecticut, by 
S. E. Baldwin ; President Clap and his writings, by F. B. Dexter ; Early history 
of Long Island Sound and its approaches, by Charles Hervey Townshend ; Index. 

(1160 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers. Vol. vi. New Haven, Conn., 
1900. 

8vo, pp. xviii, 422. Portrait. Plates. 

Contents : Officers of the Society ; Members ; Charter ; Constitution ; By-laws ; 
Biographical sketch of the life and writings of Henry Bronson, by Stephen G. 
Hubbard ; Early Woodbridge, by Sylvanus P. Marvin ; Letters of Col. Nathan 
Whiting written from camp during the French and Indian war, by Lemuel 
Aiken Welles ; The Quinnipiack Indians and their reservation, by Charles Her 
vey Townshend ; The oldest general view of New Haven, 1786, by Dwight E. 
Bowers; A review of the history of the epidemic of yellow fever in New Haven 
in 1794, by Frederick H. Hoadley ; The authorship of the Quatre Lettres D un 
Bourgeois L e New-Haven Sur L Unite De La Legislation, published in Maz- 
zei s " Recherches historiques et politiques stir les Etats-Unis de 1 Amerique 
Septrionale," by Simeon E. Baldwin ; The encounter between Roger Griswold 
and Matthew Lyon in 1798, by Orville H. Platt ; The first public library in 
New Haven, by Franklin B. Dexter; Negro governors, by OrvSlle II. Platt; 
Dixwell papers, 1676-90, edited by Franklin B. Dexter ; Supplement to Guilford 
tombstone inscriptions in Vol. iv ; Inscriptions on tombstones in Madison erected 
prior to 1800; Index. (1161 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An Historical Account of Connecti 
cut Currency, Continental Money, and the Finances of the Revolution. By 
Henry Bronson. Read November 30, 1803, and afterward. [New Haven, 
1865.] 

8vo, pp. iv, 192. 

Forms part of Vol. I of the Papers, but paged independently. (1162 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A continuation of the Maritime His 
tory of Connecticut, by Capt. James W. Goodrich, delivered before the 
Society, December 31, I860. [New Haven, l8G<>.] 

8vo. pp. 40. No title-page; title on cover. (1163 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The historical Status of the Negro in 
Connecticut. A paper read before the Society by William C. Fowler. 

Historical Magazine, 3d series, Vol. m, January, 1874, pp. 1218 ; February, 
1874, pp. 81-85; March, 1874, pp. 148-153. (1164 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Constitution and By-Laws. Offi 
cers of the Society for the year beginning November 29, 1875. New Haven, 
1875. 

12mo, pp. 10. No title-page. (1165 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Mr. William Diodate (of New Haven, 
from 1717 to 1751), and his Italian Ancestry. Read before the Society, 
June 28, 1875, by Edward E. Salisbury. Taken from the Society s archives, 
by permission, for private circulation, and printed, after revision, in April, 
187f,. [New Haven], 1876. 

8vo, large paper, pp. 39. Folded sheet. Plate. 

Some copies Lave inserted " Supplement to the Diodate genealogy," reprinted 
from the Neiv Ev gland Historical and Genealogical Register, pp. 2. (1166 



NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 167 

XT-.W HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch of the Life and Writings of 
John Davenport. By Franklin B. Dexter. Read February 1, 1875. New 
Haven, 1875. 

Svo, pp. 205-238. 

Reprinted from Papers of the New Haven Colony Historical Society, Vol. 11. 

(1167 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Ancient Houses of New Haven. By 
T. R. Trowbridge, jr. New Haven, 187G. 
8vo, pp. 175-204. 
Reprinted from the Papers of the Society. (11G8 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoranda concerning Edward 
Whalley and William Cioffe. By Franklin B. Dexter. New Haven, 1870. 
Svo, pp. 32. 
From the Papers of the yew Haven Colony Historical Society, Vol. n. 

(1169 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Ecclesiastical Constitution of 
Yale College. By Simeon E. Baldwin. Read April 25, 1881. New Haven, 
1882. 

Svo, pp. 405-442. No title-page. 

From advance sneets of Vol. in, Papers of the yew Haven Colony Historical 
Society. (117O 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Founding of Yale College. By 
Franklin B. Dexter. New Haven, 1882. 
Svo, pp. 31. No title-page. 
From Vol. in, Papers of the ~New Haven Colony Historical Society. (1171 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Governor Elihu Yale. By Franklin 
B. Dexter. New Haven, 1882. 

Svo, pp. 227-248. No title-page. Half title on cover. 

From Vol. in, Papers of the New Haven Colony Historical Society. (1172 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of the Ancient Maritime 
Interests of New Haven, Conn. By T. R. Trowbridge, jr. New Haven, 
1882. 

Svo, pp. 85-205. 

Fifty copies reprinted on large paper, from Papers of the yew Haven Colony 
Historical Society. (1173 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Inscriptions on Tombstones in New 
Haven, erected prior to 1800. By Franklin B. Dexter. New Haven, 1882. 
Svo, pp. 475-014. No title-page. Hnlf title on cover. 

Reprinted from Vol. in, Papers of the IVnr Huren Colony Historical Society. 

(1174 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Mohegan Land Controversy. By 
E. Edwards Beardsley. Read February 25th, 1878. New Haven, 1882. 
8vo, pp. 205-225. No title-page. 

Reprinted from Vol. in, Papers of the Xr/r Haven Colony Historical Society. 

(1175 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Old Connecticut. By Frederick J. 
Kingsbury. New Haven, 1882. 
8vo, pp. (2), 63-84. 

Reprinted from Vol. in, Papers of the yew Haven Colony Historical Society. 

(1176 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Family of Nathaniel Eaton, of 
Cambridge, Massachusetts. By Daniel C. Eaton. Read April 22, 1884. 
New Haven, 1884. 

Svo, pp. 185-192. Cover title and half title. 

Reprinted from Papers of the Xeic Haven Colony Historical Society. (1177 



168 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the Objects of Interest 
Belonging to the Society, Rooms 2, 3, and 4, Old State House, New Haven. 
New Haven, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 57. (1178 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. New Haven in 1784. A paper read 
before the Society January 21. 1884, by Franklin Bowditch Dexter. 

In "The Hundredth Anniversary of the City of New Haven " t [etc.]. New 
Haven, 1885. pp. 40-94. (1179 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Yale Graduates in Western Massa 
chusetts. By Alpheus C. Hodges, pastor of the Congregational Church, 
Buckland, Massachusetts. Printed by permission from the fourth volume 
of the Papers of the Society. New Haven, 188(3. 

8vo, pp. 253-291. (118O 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings in Commemoration of 
the Settlement of the Town of New Haven, April 25, 1888. New Haven, 
1888. 

8vo, pp. 68, (1). 

Title on cover, 1638 : Founder s day, 1888. Contains an oration by Henry T. 
Blake. (1181 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Inscriptions on tombstones in Mil- 
ford, Conn., erected prior to 1800, together with a few of aged persons who 
died after that date. Transcribed and annotated by Nathan G. Pond. 
[From advance sheets of Vol. v, Papers of the New Haven Colony Historical 
Society]. New Haven, Printed for the Society, 1889. 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 69. Plate. 
Title vignette. (1182 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Brief Memorial of Philip Marett. 
Read by Simeon E. Baldwin before the Society, September 22, 1890. New 
Haven, 1890. 

4to, pp. 19. Portrait. (1183 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Peace Conference of 1861 at 
Washington, I). C., by William Warner Hopkins, jr. Read before the 
Rhode Island Historical Society and the New Haven Colony Historical 
Society, 1889-90. Providence, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 27, large paper. (1184 

NEW HAVEN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Public Opening of the 
New Haven Colony Historical Society Building, erected by Henry F. 
English. New Haven, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 91. Photographs. 

Reprinted from Vol. v of the Collections of the Society. (1185 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chronicles of New Haven Green, 
from 1638 to 1862. A series of papers read before the Society. By Henry 
T. Blake. New Haven, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 280. Maps and illustrations. (118U 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports presented at the annual meet 
ing November 18, 1901, with some changes recorded to March, 1902 ; also the 
charter, constitution, and by-laws, a list of officers and members. New 
Haven, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 32. (1186rt 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports presented at the annual 
meeting November 17, 1902 ; also the charter, constitution, and by-laws, a 
list of officers and members. New Haven, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 32. (1187 



NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 169 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports presented at the annual 
meeting November 1(>, 11)03; also the Charter, Constitution, and By-laws, a 
list of officers and members. New Haven, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 32. (118S 

NEW HAVEN COLONY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports presented at the annual 
meeting November 21, 1904; also a list of officers and members. New 
Haven, 1905. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1180 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

New London, Conn. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Act of Incorporation, By-Laws, and 
Officers, November, 1871. New London, 1871. 
12mo, pp. 7. 
Same [New London], 1874. 12mo, pp. 7. (119O 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual Meeting, with Secretary s 
Report, November 29, 1880. New London, 1880. 
16mo, pp. 12. 

Same, November 28, 1881. New London, 1881. IGmo, pp. 12. 
Same, November 30, 1882. New London, 1882. 16mo, pp. 1C. (1191 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Memorial of the Rev. Edward 
Woolsey Bacon. Read before the Society, by Rev. Charles J. Hill, Septem 
ber 11, 1888. Published by the Society. New London, 1888. 

Svo, pp. 12. (1192 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A History of the Statue erected to 
Commemorate the heroic Achievement of Maj. John Mason and his com 
rades, with an account of the unveiling ceremonies. Compiled by Thomas 
S. Collier, secretary of the Society. [New London], 1889. 

8vo, pp. 62. Plate. 

The oration was by Isaac H. Bromley. (1193 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Memorial of Rev. Thomas Leffing- 
well Shipman. Read before the Society, by Rev. YV. B. Clarke, December 
11, 1888. Published by the Society. New London, 1889. 

Svo, pp. 21. (1194 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers of the Society. 
Part 1, Vol. i. New London, 1890. 
8vo, pp. 128. 

Contents : Preface ; Officers ; Annual meeting, September (>, 1889 ; List of 
members ; An act incorporating the Society ; By-Laws ; Historical Sketch of the 
Society ; Officers, 1871-1890 ; Members, 1871-1890 ; Memoir of Hon. La Fayette 

5. Foster, by John T. Wait ; Frances Mainwaring Caulkins, by T. S. Collier ; A 
Partial Bibliography of the Writings of Frances M. Caulkins, by T. S. Collier : 
Poems of Local Scenes and Incidents, by same ; Memoir and Bibliography of 
Ashbel Woodward, M. I). : Memoir of the Rev. Thomas Leffingwell Shipman, by 
F. B. Shipman; Memoir of the Hon. William H. Starr, by Maria F. Starr: 
Memoir of Hon. William II. Potter, by S. S. Thresher; Description of the Pub 
lic Library at New London, by George P. Lathrop ; New London and the War 
of 1812, Address by Rev. Edward W. Bacon : Memoir of Capt. Richard Law. 
by F. M. Caulkins. (1195 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 2, Vol. i. 
New London, 1890. 

pp. (4) 58. Portrait. 

Contents: List of officers, 1891 ; Annual meeting, September 6, 1890; Address 
of Hon. La Fayette S. Foster, in Old Fort Griswold, (iroton Heights, September 

6, 1880 ; In pace : In memoriam of the men who fell in the massacre in Fort. 



170 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Griswold, September 6, 1781 ; Evidences of glacial action in southeastern Con 
necticut, by David A. Wells ; The Hon. Henry P. Haven, a brief biography ; Revo 
lutionary naval officers from Connecticut ; List of members of the Society, Sep 
tember 6, 1891. (1196 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 3, Vol. i. 
New Haven, 1891. 

8vo, pp. (4) 52. 

Contents : Officers, 1892 ; Annual meeting, September, 1891 ; The first organized 
church in New London County, by Richard A. Wheeler ; The tradition of Micah 
Rood, by P. II. Woodward : Early printing in New England, by T. S. Collier ; A 
copy of a curious old affirmation, Boston, 1716. (1197 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 4, Vol. i. 
New London, 1893. 

8vo, pp. (4) 109. Woodcuts. 

Contents: The Revolutionary privateers of Connecticut, with an account of 
the State cruisers, and a short history of the Continental naval cruisers, built, in 
the State, with lists -of officers and crews, by Thomas S. Collier ; An account of 
the old houses of New London, by James Lawrence Chew ; Report of annual 
meeting, September G, 1892, with a list of officers and members. (1198 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 5, Vol. i. 
New London, 1894. 

8vo, pp. (4) 60. Portrait. 

Contents : Gurdon Saltonstall, scholar, preacher, statesman, by S. L. Blake ; 
Orders drawn by the selectmen of New London, January 18, 1764-August 3, 
1766: Memoirs of George Washington, from the Universal Magazine, 1781; 
Anecdotes of General Putnam, from the Universal Mayazine, 1781 ; Report of 
annual meeting, 1893; Officers; Members. (1199 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 1, Vol. n. 
New London, 1895. 
8vo, pp. 110. 

Contents : Early whaling industry in New London, by C. A. Williams ; Rem 
iniscences of the monthly meetings of the Congregational ministers of New Lon 
don County and vicinity, by John Avery ; Famous old taverns of New London, 
by James Lawrence Chew ; Fact and reminiscence, by James Lawrence Chew ; 
Report of the annual meeting of the Society, September 6, 1894, with list of 
officers and members. (12OO 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 2, Vol. n. 
New London, 1896. 

8vo, pp. (6) 115-182. Portraits. Plates. 

Contents : Historical sketch of the schools of New London, by Benjamin Stark ; 
New London Society for Trade and Commerce, by N. S. Perkins ; The Preston 
Separate Church, by A. A. Browning. (12O1 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 3, Vol. n. 
New London, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 187-359. 

Contents : Two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of New 
London, May 5 and 6, 1896, compiled and edited by S. Leroy Blake. Addresses 
by C. A. Russell, O. H. Platt, William II. Law, T. M. Waller, S. L. Blake, J. R. 
Hawley, Geo. W. Smith. Joseph Trumbull, the first commissary-general of the 
continental army, by Jonathan Trumbull ; Report of the annual meeting of the 
Society, Sept. 1, 1896. with a list of officers and members. (12O2 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 4, Vol. n. 
New London, Conn., 1901. 

8vo, pp. 367-426. Portrait. 

Contents : Memoir of Charles Augustus Williams, by John McGinley ; Memoir 
of Benjamin Stark, by John McGinley ; Memoir of John T. Wait, by Jonathan 
Trumbull ; Memoir of Elisha Turner, from the Hartford Courant ; Benjamin 
Fletcher and his reception in Hartford in 1693, by Jonathan Trumbull; Reports 
of the annual and other meetings ; List of officers ; List of members. (12O3 



HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. 171 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records and Papers. Part 5, Vol. n. 
New London, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 431-528. Portraits. Plate. 

Contents: Jonathan Trumbull, governor of Connecticut, 1769-1784, by Jona 
than Trumbull; Griswold, Conn., by Daniel L. Phillips; Colonel Clark, of 
Lebanon, by Mary Clarke Iluntington ; A letter to my great-great grandmother, 
Mistress Dorothy Lay, sometime of Saybrook, in His Majesty George IPs colony 
of Connecticut in New England, by Celeste E. Bush ; Memories A paper by Rich 
ard A. Wheeler ; Memoir of John Avery, by Amos A. Browning ; Memoir of 
Samuel George Willard, by Abby G* Willard : Presentation of portrait of Lafay 
ette S. Foster, first president of the Society : Address by Jonathan Trumbull ; 
Acceptance by E. E. Rogers. Captain Stevens Rogers, by Richard B. Wall ; 
Reports of the annual and board meetings from Nov. 20, 1901, to Sept. 1, 1903, 
with a list of officers, committees and members. (12O4 

Part i } Vol. in,, published in 1906. 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections, Vol. i. Diary of Joshua 
Ilempsteacl, of New London, Connecticut, covering a period of forty-seven 
years from September, 1711, to November, 1758, containing valuable genea 
logical data relating to many New London families, references to the 
colonial wars, to the shipping and other matters of interest pertaining to 
the town and the times with an account of a journey made by the writer 
from New London to Maryland. New London, Conn., 1001. 

8vo, pp. xii, 750. (12O5 

NEW LONDON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Occasional publications, v. 1. The 
stone records of Groton, by Frances Manwaring Caulkins ; ed. by Emily S. 
Gilman. Norwich, Conn., 1903. 

8vo, 2 p. L, pp. 7-90. Illus. (2 maps) 8 pi. (12OG 

TOLLAND COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

TOLLAND COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Early History of Tolland. An 
address delivered before the Society, at Tolland. Conn., on the 22d of August 
and 27th of September, 1801. By Loren P. Waldo. Hartford. 1861. 

8vo, pp. 148. (1207 



DIC J^ 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. 
Wilmington, Del. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Proceedings of the Inaugural Meeting of 
the Society, 31st May, 1864, with the constitution and by-laws. Wilming 
ton, 1864. 

8vo, pp. 10. 

Contains address by ,T. Ross Snowden on the Early History of the Settle 
ments on the Delaware. (12OS 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. First Annual Discourse delivered before the 
Society. By J. M. Read, jr. Wilmington, 1864. 

8vo. (12OO 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. An historical inquiry concerning Henry 
Hudson, his friends, relatives, and early life, his connection with the Mus 
covy Company and discovery of Delaware Bay. By John Meredith Read, jr. 
Albany, 1866. 

8vo. pp. vi, 209. Plate. 

Consists of an amplification of "A discourse delivered at Wilmington, before 
the Historical Society of Delaware on its first anniversary," with preliminary 
matter, notes, etc. Also reprinted in an abridged form by the Clarendon His 
torical Society, London, 1883. (121O 



172 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. The Revolutionary soldiers of Delaware. 
Paper read by Willis G. Whiteley before the Delaware legislature. Wil 
mington, 1875. 

Svo, pp. 55. 

Prepared for and read before the Society. (1211 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. " Inter folia fructus." A historical inquiry 
concerning Henry Hudson, his friends, relatives, and early life, his connec 
tion with the Muscovy Company and discovery of Delaware Bay. Abridged 
from the work of John Meredith Rend, jr., and edited by Edmund Goldsmid. 
[London]. Clarendon Historical Society, 1883. 

Sm. 4to, pp. 88. 

Clarendon Historical Society s reprints, series 1. (1212 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Some leaves from the early history of Dela 
ware and Maryland. Read before the Society, September 24, 1868, by W. J. 
Read. Wilmington, 18(18. 

8vo, pp. 7. (1213 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. The life and military services of the late 
Brig. Gen. Thomas A. Smyth. By W. D. Maull. Wilmington, 1870. 
8vo, pp. 50. Portrait. 
Read at a meeting of the Society convened for that purpose. (1214 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Catalogue of the Society, wrth its history. 
constitution, and by-laws, and list of members. Wilmington, 1871. 

8vo, pp. 23. Portrait. (1215 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. A sketch of the life of Oliver Evans, a re 
markable mechanic and inventor, by Rev. George A. Latimer. rector of 
Calvary P. E. Church, Wilmington, Del. Wilmington, [1872V]. 
Svo, pp. 10. 

Prepared in compliance with a resolution of the Historical Society of I>ela 
ware, and was read at its annual meeting on the 10th of October, 1872. 

Reprinted from Harkncss s Magazine. (121G 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. A history of New Sweden ; or, the Settle 
ments on the River Delaware. By Israel Acrelius. Translated from the 
Swedish, with an introduction and notes, by William M. Reynolds. Pub 
lished under the joint auspices of the Historical Societies of Pennsylvania 
and Delaware. Philadelphia, 1874. 

8vo, pp. (1) 17-468. Folded map. Portrait. 

Forms Vol. xi of Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. 
Pages 459468 are taken up with a list of subscribers to the publication fund 
of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. (1217 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Historical and Biographical Papers. Vols. 
i-in. First published separately under title " Papers of the Historical 
Society of Delaware." 

Vol. i. Contains Nos. i-vin, 1879-1888. 

No. ix is published separately. 

Vol. u. Contains Nos. x-xvm, 1895-1897. 

Vol. in. Contains Nos. xix-xxxm, 3897-1901. 

Contents given below. (1218 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, i. Memorial address on the life and character of William Hall. 
By Daniel M. Bates. Wilmington, 1870. 

Svo, pp. 60. Portrait. (121J> 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, ii. Address on the history of the boundaries of the State of Dela 
ware. By John W. Houston. Wilmington, 1879. 

Svo, pp. lOt. (122O 



HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. 173 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, in. Some account of William Usselinx and Peter Minuit, two indi 
viduals who were instrumental in establishing the first permanent colony 
in Delaware. By Joseph J. Mickley. Wilmington, 1881. 

8vo, pp. 27. (1221 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, iv. Memoir of John M. Clayton. By Joseph P. Comegys. Wilming 
ton, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 307. Portrait. (1222 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, v. History of the First Regiment, Delaware Volunteers. By 
William P. Seville. Wilmington, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 163. (1223 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, vi. Minutes of the Council of the Delaware State from 1776 to 
1792. Wilmington, 1888. 

Svo, pp. (1) xi (1), 9-27. (1224 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, vii. Ancient families of Bohemia Manor ; their homes and their 
graves. By Rev. Charles Payson Mallery. Wilmington. 1888. 
8vo, pp. 73. 

Chapters on Augustine Herman, his sons, and descendants. The Sluyter and 
Bouchelle families ; the Bayard family ; James Bayard s descendents ; Dr. J. A. 
Bayard s children. (1225 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware. MIL Diary of Capt. Thomas Rodney, 1770-77, with an introduc 
tion. By Caesar A. Rodney. Wilmington, 1888. 

Svo, pp. 53. (1226 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, ix. The records of Holy Trinity 
(Old Swedes) church. Wilmington, Del., from 1(597-1773. Tr. from the 
original Swedish by Horace Burr, with an abstract of the English records 
from 1773 to 1810. [Wilmington] 1890. 

8vo, pp. 772. front. (1227 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, x. Memoir of Brigadier-General John Dagworthy of the Revolu 
tionary War. By George W. Marshall, 1895. 

Svo, pp. 26. (122S 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, xi. Crane Hook Church. Predecessor of the old Swedes Church 
at Wilmington, Delaware. By Pennock Pusey. Wilmington. 1895. 

Svo, pp. 28. ( 1229 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, xii. Memoir of Commodore Thomas Macdonough. By Lewis C. 
Vandegrift. Wilmington, 1895. 

Svo. pp. 14. (1230 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware. XIIL A history of the Delaware State Society of the Cincinnati 
from its organization to the present time. To which is appended a brief 
account of the Delaware regiments in the War of the Revolution. Also 
personal memoirs of officers, rolls of same, oration before the Delaware 
Cincinnati on the death of Washington, etc. By Henry Hobart Bellas. 
Wilmington, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 112. Portraits. Facsimiles. (1231 



174 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, xiv. The Revolutionary Soldiers of Delaware. By William G. 
Whiteley. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware. February 11, 
1875, an d also before the General Assembly of Delaware, February 15, 1875. 
Wilmington, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 78. (1233 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, xv. A journal of the Southern Expedition, 1780-1783. By William 
Seymour. Wilmington. 189(3. 

8vo, pp. 42. (1233 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, xvi. Personal recollections of Captain Enoch Anderson, an officer 
of the Delaware Regiments in the Revolutionary War. With notes by 
Henry Hobart Bellas. Wilmington, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 61. Portraits. (1234 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, xvn. The Colonial and State Judiciary of Delaware. By Ignatius 
C. Grubb. Wilmington, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 70. (1235 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, xviu. A paper on Commodore Thomas Macdonough, United States 
Navy. By his grandson, Rodney Macdonough. Wilmington, 1897. 

8vo, pp. i- L . (1236 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xix. Delaware Doctors. By 
Thomas C. Stellwagen. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware, 
February, 1896. Wilmington, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 19. (1237 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xx. Old Delaware clock-makers. 
By Henry C. Conrad. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware. 
December 3, 1897. Wilmington, 1898. 

Svo, pp. 34, pi., port. (1238 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY CF DELAWARE. IV.pers. xxi. Leonard Eugene Wales. 
A memoir. By Samuel Rodmond Smith. Read before the Historical So 
ciety of Delaware, September 20, 1897. Wilmington, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 16. Front, (port.). (1239 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxn. Jacob Alricks and his 
nephew. Peter Alricks. By Edward A. Price. Read before the Historical 
Society of Delaware, January 17, 1898. Wilmington, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 60. (124O 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxm. Memoir of Nathaniel B. 
Smithers, by William T. Smithers. Read before the Historical Society 
of Delaware, November 21, 1898. Wilmington. The Historical Society of 
Delaware, 1899. 

8vo, pp. 39. Front, (port.). 

Also issued in the society s " Historical and biographical papers, v. 3. (1241 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxiv. William Penn and his 
province. By Manlove Hayes. Read before the Historical Society of 
Delaware. December 2, 1898. Wilmington, The Historical Society of Dela 
ware, 1899. 

8vo, pp. 51. 

Also issued in the society s " Historical and biographical papers," y. 3. (1242 



HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. 175 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxv. Dedication of the Crane 
Hook church monument, October IT, 1890. Under the auspices of the His 
torical Society of Delaware. Wilmington, The Historical Society of Dela 
ware, 1800. 

8vo, pp. 37. 

Also issued in the society s " Historical and biographical papers," v. 3. (1243 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxvi. Gunning Bedford, junior. 
By Henry C. Conrad. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware, 
March 20, 1800. Wilmington, The Historical Society of Delaware, 1000. 
Svo, pp. 13. Front, (port.) 4 pi. 

Also issued in the society s " Historical and biographical papers," v. 3. (1244 
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxvu. John Fisher. By Henry 
C. Conrad. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware, March 20, 
1800. Wilmington, 1000. 

Svo, pp. 17. Front, (port.) (1245 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxvm. Brief memoirs of Horace 
Burr, M. D., Rev. Charles E. Murray, D. D., and Henry R. Bringhurst, de 
ceased members of the society. By Pennock Pusey. Read before the 
Historical Society of Delaware, December 22, 1800. Wilmington, 1000. 

8vo, pp. 22. 3 port. (124O 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxix. The life and character 
of Richard Bassett. By Hon. Robert E. Pattison. Read before the His 
torical Society of Delaware, November 10, 1000. Wilmington, 1000. 

Svo, pp. 19. Front, (port.) (1247 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxx. The life and character 
of John Dickinson. By Robert H. Richards, esq. Read before the His 
torical Society of Delaware, May 21, 1000. Wilmington, 1001. 

Svo, pp. 26. Front, (port.) pi. (1248 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxi. Letters of James Ashe- 
ton Bayard, 1802-1814. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware, by 
Henry C. Conrad. March 18, 1001. Wilmington, 1001. 
Svo, pp. 44. 2 port. 

Letters to Caesar A. Rodney. The originals are in the New York public 
library, and are here reprinted from its " Bulletin," v. 4, pp. 228-248. (124O 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxii. Biographical sketches 
of prominent Delawareans. By Rev. Samuel W. Thomas. Read before 
the Historical Society of Delaware, April 15, 1001. Wilmington, 1001. 

Svo, pp. 18. (125O 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxx in. The bombardment of 
Lewes by the British, April 6 and 7, 1813. By William M. Marine. Read 
before the Historical Society of Delaware, February 18, 1001. Wilmington, 
1001. 

Svo, pp. 41. Front., pi., port. (1251 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxiv. The life and character 
of Edward W. Gilpin. By Hon. Charles B. Lore. Read before the Historical 
Society of Delaware. Jan. 20, 1002. Wilmington, 1002. 

Svo, pp. 17. Front., pi., port. (1252 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxv. Proceedings at the un 
veiling of the monument at Cooch s Bridge, Tuesday afternoon. Septem 
ber 3rd, 1001. Erected by the patriotic societies and citizens of Delaware, 
marking the. spot where the stars and stripes were first unfurled in battle, 
September 3rd, 1777. Published by the Historical Society of Delaware. 
Wilmington, 1002. 

Svo, pp. 76. Tlate. Portraits. (1253 



176 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxvi. The life and character 
of George P. Fisher. By Charles B. Lore. Read before the Historical 
Society of Delaware, Feb. 17, 1902. Wilmington, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 16. Front., pi., port. (1254 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxvu. Benjamin Ferris. Pro 
ceedings of the meeting of the Historical Society of Delaware, held on the 
evening of May 19, 1902. to commemorate the eminent services rendered to 
the State by Benjamin Ferris, the author of " Early settlements on the 
Delaware." Wilmington, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 40. 2 pi., 2 port. (incl. front.). (1255 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxvui. History of Lewes, Dela 
ware. By Pennock Pusey. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware, 
Nov. 17, 1902. Wilmington, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 35. o pi. (incl. front.). (1256 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers, xxxix. Pennock Pnsey. A mem 
oir of Pennock Pnsey. late historiographer of the Historical Society of 
Delaware, by Hon. diaries B. Lore. Also " Recollections of the corner 
of Market and Tenth streets, in the city of Wilmington," a paper prepared 
by Pennock Pnsey at the request of the Society, and read before it June 
19th. 1899. Wilmington, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 31. 2 pi., 3 port. (incl. front.). (1257 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers. XL. Samuel White and his father, 
Judge Thomas While. An almost forgotten senator ; and his father who 
was a follower of Asbury in the early days of Methodism. By Henry C. 
Conrad. Read before the Society Sept. 21, 1903. Wilmington, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 13. 3 pi.. 2 port. (incl. front.). (1258 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers. XLI. The Clayton family. By 
Henry F. Hepburn. Read before the Historical Society of Delaware, Feb. 
15, 1904. Wilmington, The Historical Society of Delaware, 1904. 

Svo, pp. 41. Front., plates, ports. (1259 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers. XLII. Records of the Welsh Tract 

Baptist Meeting, Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, 1701 to 

1828. In two parts. Part. i. Copied from the original records in the 

possession of the Meeting officials. Wilmington, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 88. Plate. 

Same. Part n. Wilmington, 1904. Svo, pp. 149. Plate. (126O 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Papers. XLIII. Fort Casimir. The starting 
point in the history of New Castle, in the State of Delaware. Its location 
and history, 1651-1671. By Alexander B. Cooper. Read before the Society 
Feb. 20, 1905. Wilmington, 1905. 

Svo, pp. 39. Plates. 2 maps. (1261 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF DELAWARE. Year-Book of the Historical Society of Dela 
ware, 1901. Wilmington, Delaware. 

Svo, pp. 46. Plate. (1262 

I^ISTRICT OF COI/CnVIBIA. 

[For American Historical Association, American Historical Society, and National 
Geographic Society, see National Associations.] 

COLUMBIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Washington, D. C. 

COLUMBIAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution and By-Laws, etc. August, 1833. 
Washington. 1833. 

Svo. Same. Washington, 1838. (1263 



COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 177 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Washington, D. C. 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records. Vol. i. 1805-97. 

8vo, pp. xii, 242. 

Contents : Organization and proceedings for 1894-95 ; Inaugural address by 
J. M. Toner ; The methods and aims of historical inquiry, by A. It. Spofford ; 
Memorial of James Clarke Welling ; Unwelcome visitors to Washington, August 
24, 1814, by M. I. Weller and James Ewell ; The military and private secre 
taries of George Washington, by Mary S. Beall ; Eighty years of the public 
schools of Washington, 1805 to 1885, by J. Ormond Wilson ; In memoriam, 
Kate Field, 1840-1896; Joseph Meredith Toner, 1825-1896; Washington in 
the Forbes expedition of 1758, by Joseph Meredith Toner ; The boundary 
monuments of the District of Columbia, by Marcus Baker ; List of officers and 
members with proceedings from Feb. 18, 1895, to Feb. 1, 1897, and index to 
V61. I. (1264 

COLUMBIA HISTOEICAL SOCIETY. Records. Vol. 2. Washington, 1899. 

8vo, pp. 318. Illustrated. 

Contents ; Constitution ; Communications made to the Society ; Proceedings 
of the Society; The L Enfant memorials; Something about L Knfant and his 
personal affairs, by Wilhelmus B. Bryan ; Maj. Pierre Charles L Enfant, the 
unhonored and unrewarded engineer, by James Dudley Morgan ; A sketch of 
the life of Major Andrew Ellicott, by Sally Kennedy Alexander; Reminiscences 
of the mayors of Washington, by James G. Berret ; The life and labors of Peter 
Force, mayor of Washington, by Ainswortb R. Spofford ; Robert Brent, first 
mayor of Washington city, by Jnmes Dudley Morgan : Four mayors of the city 
of Washington, by Michael I. Weller : Daniel Rapine, James II. Blake, Benjamin 
G. Orr, Samuel N. Smallwood ; Observations on the development of the nation s 
capital, by Tallmadge A. Lambert; Cabin John Bridge, by William T. S. Curtis; 
The office of surveyor of the District of Columbia, by Henry B. Looker ; Index. 

( 1265 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records. Vol. 8. Washington, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 366. 

Contents : Officers and members ; Reports ; Necrology. ; Report on the bibli 
ography of the District of Columbia, by W. B. Bryan ; Dolly Madison, by 
J. Madison Cutts ; Old-time places and people in Washington, by Jeannie Tree 
Rives ; Early history of Daguerreotypy in the city of Washington, by Samuel C. 
Busey ; Reminiscences of Washington as recalled by a descendant of the Ingle 
family, by Virginia Campbell Moore ; Efforts to obtain a code of laws for the 
District of Columbia, by Walter S. Cox ; The removal of the Government to 
Washington, by John Ball Osborne ; The District of Columbia s part in the 
early history of the telegraph, by Edward L. Morse ; The presidential journey 
in 1800 from the old to the new seat of government, by II. T. Taggart ; 
Orphan s court and register of wills, by William Henry Tennis ; The local 
aspect of slavery in the District of Columbia, by Walter C. Clephane ; The board 
of public works, by Franklin T. Howe ; Homes of the local government, by 
William Tindall ; Dr. Thomas Miller and his times, by Virginia Miller; The 
centennial of the permanent seat of the government of the United States, by 
Samuel C. Busey ; Discussion as to the date of the establishment of the seat of 
government at Washington, by M. F. Morris ; Report of the Committee of the 
society upon the removal of the government to Washington, presented by A. R. 
Spofford; Index. (1266 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records. Vol. 4. Washington, D. C 1 ., 1901. 

8vo, pp. 248. Illustrated. 

Contents : Proceedings ; Reports ; Issues of the District of Columbia press in 
1800- 01- 02, by A. P. C. Griffin ; The origin of the parking system of this 
city, by William Tindall ; Some old family letters, by J. Henley Smith ; Augustus 
Brevoort Woodward a citizen of two cities, by Charles Moore; The United 
States capitol in 1800, by Glenn Brown ; The defenses of Washington General 
Early s advance on the capital and the battle of Fort Stevens. July 11 and 12, 
1864, by William V. Cox ; Origin of the building regulations, by Appleton P. 
Clark. Jr. ; The first president s interest in Washington ;is told by himself, by 
John Ball Osborne ; The navy-yard section during the life of the Rev. William 
Ryland, by Madison Davis ; Thomas Law, Washington s first rich man. by 
George Alfred Townsend ; Index. (1267 

H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 12 



178 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records. Vol. 5. Washington, D. C., 1902. 

8vo, pp. 329. Illustrated. 

Contents : Proceedings ; Reports ; Memorandum of sympathy and sorrow on 
the death of Queen Victoria ; In memoriam Dr. Samuel Clagett Busey ; Old 
families and houses Greenleaf s Point, by Jeannie Tree Rives ; Early theatres 
in Washington city, by A. I. Mudd ; Richard Forrest and his times, 1795-1830, 
by Kate Kearney Henry ; The centennial of the first inauguration of a presi 
dent at the permanent seat of government, by Samuel Clagett Busey ; Remarks 
of John B. Gordon, embracing a communication from Judge James II. Embry 
in the Senate, March 3, 1897, on the centennial of the retirement of President 
Washington from public life and the congress of that era ; Equestrian statuary 
in Washington, by S. II. Kauffman ; Walter Jones and his times, by Fanny 
Lee Jones ; Old houses on C street and those who lived there, by Douglass 
Zevely ; Early botanical activity in the District of Columbia, by Frederick V. 
Coville ; Washington as I first knew it, 1825-1855, by Byron Sunderlnnd ; 
James Greenleaf, by Allen C. Clark ; Ninth and F streets and thereabout, by 
Henry E. Davis ; A history of the office of justice of the peace in the District 
of Columbia, by Charles S. Bundy ; Life and times of William Cranch, judge 
of the District circuit court, 1801-1855, by William F. Carne ; Index. (1268 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records. Vol. G. Washington. D. C., 1903. 

8vo, pp. 290. Illustrated. 

Contents : The making of a plan for Washington city, by Glenn Brown ; The 
making of a plan for the city of Washington, by Charles Moore ; Recollections 
of a Washington newspaper correspondent, by Francis A. Richardson; Washing 
ton in literature, by Ainsworth R. Spofford ; The beginnings of government in 
the District, by W. B. Bryan ; Remarks of James Dudley Morgan, M. I)., before 
the society, March 10, 1902, in exhibiting a unique picture of Duddington, the 
residence of Daniel Carroll ; Remarks of. John B. Lamer, when exhibiting an 
old photograph of the southeast corner of 14th & F streets ; Old residences and 
family history of the city hall neighborhood, by Douglass Zevely ; The Bradley 
family and the times in which they lived, by Charles S. Bradley ; A history of 
the city post-office, by Madison Davis ; The seal of the Columbia Historical 
Society, by Elizabeth Bryant Johnston ; The theatres of Washington, from 1835 
to 1850, by Aloysius Mudd; Officers; Members; Reports; Index. (1269 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records, Vol. 7. Washington, D. C.. 1904. 
8vo, pp. 290. Illustrated. 

Contents : Historic Fort Washington on the Potomac, by James Dudley 
Morgan ; Early history of the Washington Library Company and other local 
libraries, by W. Dawson Johnston ; John Barnes, a forgotten philanthropist of 
Georgetown, by Cordelia Jackson ; The life and times of Pontius D. Stelle, by 
Maud Burr Morris ; Washington s houses on Capitol Hill, by Henry B. Looker ; 
Hotels ( f Washington prior to 1814, by W. B. Bryan ; Why the city went west 
ward ; L Enfant s idea as to how the Capitol building should face, by J. Dudley 
Morgan ; The plan of the city and its expected growth, by Glenn Brown ; Devel 
opment of the eastern section and the policy of the landowners, by Allen C. 
Clark ; The central section cf the city, by W. B. Bryan ; Old residences and 
family history in the City Hall neighborhood, by Douglass Zevely ; The first 
master of ceremonies of the White House, by John H. McCormick ; Houses of 
bricks imported from England, by George Alfred Townsend ; The lyric element 
in American history, by Ainsworth R. Spofford ; Street nomenclature of Wash 
ington city, by Alexander B. Ilagner ; List of offi< ers, committees, and members; 
Proceedings of the society, 1903 ; Principal local events of the year 1903 ; Index. 

(1270 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Records. Vol. 8. Washington, 1905. 

8vo, pp. iv, 209. Illustrated. 

Contents : The financial institutions of Washington city in its early days, by 
Charles E. Howe ; The beginnings of the Presbyterian church in the District of 
Columbia, by W. B. Bryan ; Early Methodism in the District of Columbia, by 
W. M. Ferguson ; Jefferson and the newspapers, by Worthington Chauncey Ford. 
Reprints : Observations on the River Potomack. the country adjacent, and the 
city of Washington, New York, 1793, by Tobias Lear ; Enquiries into the neces 
sity or expediency of assuming exclusive legislation over the District of Colum 
bia (anonymous, probable date of publication, 1800); Prefatory note; Some 
data concerning Thomas Law and the Washington Canal Company ; Observations 



COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 179 

on the intended canal in Washington city, 1804, by Thomas Law. Appendix : 
Officers ; Committees ; List of members ; Communications made to the Society 
during 11)04 ; Proceedings : In memoriam Marcus Baker : Minute, by W. B. 
Bryan ; Tribute to Marcus Baker, by W .T Mc(Jee : Tribute to Marcus Baker, by 
John Joy Edson ; Annual reports ; Principal local events during 1004; Necrol 
ogy ; Index. (1271 
COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Bibliography of the District of Columbia, being 
a list of books, maps, and newspapers, including articles in magazines and 
other publications to 1898. Prepared for the Columbia Historical Society, 
by Wilhelmus Bogart Bryan. Washington, 1900. 

8vo, 3 p. 1., pp. 211. (1272 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A history of the Washington city post-office. 
From 1795-1903. By Madison Davis. Lancaster, Pa. [1903]. 
8vo, pp. 80. pi., port., plan. 

Paper read before the Columbia Historical Society of Washington, I). C., May 
12, 1902. (1273 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Objects, Publications, Officers, and Members of 
the Columbia Historical Society, 1903. 

16mo, pp. 15. (1274 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historic Fort Washington. Read before the 
Columbia Historical Society. [By] James Dudley Morgan. Washington, 
D. C., 1904. 

8vo, cover-title, pp. 19. pi., 2 port., 2 maps, facsim. 

" Reprinted from the records of the Columbia Historical Society." (1275 

COLUMBIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Houses of bricks imported from England. By 
George Alfred Townsend. (Read before the Society November 9, 1903.) 
[Washington, D. C., 1904.] 
8vo, pp. 195-210. 
Caption title. 

Reprinted from the Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Vol. vn, 
1904. (127G 

DEUTSCHE HISTORISCHE GESELLSCHAFT FUR DEN DISTRICT 

COLUMBIA. 

Washington, D. C. 

DEUTSCHE HISTORISCHE GESELLSCHAFT FUR DEN DISTRICT COLUMBIA. Berichte. 
1. Jahrgang. 1. Heft. 1. Geschaftliches. 2. Die ersten Deutschen im 
nachmaligen District Columbia. Yon Dr. Christian Strack. Washington, 
D. C., 1905. 

8vo, pp. 55. (1277 

DEUTSCHE HISTORISCHE GESELLSCHAB r. Die ersten Deutsche im nachmaligen 
District Columbia. Von Dr. Christian Strack. I. Teil. Sonderabdruck 
aus den Berichten der Deutschen Historischen Gesellschaft fiir den District 
Columbia. 1. Jahrgang. 1. Heft. Washington, D. C., 1905. 

8vo, pp. 19-55. (1278 

SOCIETY OF THE OLDEST INHABITANTS OF THE DISTRICT OF 

COLUMBIA. 

OLDEST INHABITANTS ASSOCIATION. An address on the life and character of 
John Carroll Brent, delivered by John B. Blake before the Society, April .">. 
1876. Washington, 187<5. 

8vo, pp. 12. (127J) 

OLDEST INHABITANTS ASSOCIATION. Washington sixty years ago. Paper by 
Lambert Tree, read before the Association, 7th April, 1880. [Philadelphia, 
1880.] 

8vo, pp. 6. Title on cover. (128O 



180 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. 
Washington, D. C. 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. I. Washington, D. C., 
1897. 

Svo, pp. 390. 

Contents : Historical sketch of the association ; On the promotion of his 
torical studies in the south, by Stephen B. Weeks ; The planter of the old 
south, by Richard Malcolm Johnston ; Two southern magazines, by Edward 
Ingle ; Colonel David Crockett, of Tennessee, by Marcus J. Wright ; Bibliography 
of the statute law of the southern states Parts I in by Theodore Lee Cole; 
John Owen s journal of his removal from Virginia to Alabama in 1818 ; Ex 
tracts from Bishop Spangenberg s journal of travels in North Carolina ; Bryant 
Lester, of Lunenberg co., Va., and his descendants, by Thomas McAdory 
Owen ; John Brown s raid, by Andrew Hunter ; A bibliography of John Brown, 
by Thomas Featherstonhaugh ; Thomas Lamar, of the province of Maryland, 
and a part of his descendants, by William Ilarmong Lamar ; Iluck s defeat, 
or -the battle of Williamson s plantation, S. C., July 12, 1780, by Marcus J. 
Wright ; A question of fact Thomas Pinckney vs. J. B. McMaster, by C. C. 
Pinckney ; Journal of the siege of Savannah in 1779, by Gen. Prevost, command 
ing the town ; A bibliography of William Gilmore Simms, by A. S. Salley, Jr. ; 
Book notes; Notes and queries; Index. (1281 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. 11. Washington, D. C., 

1898. 

Svo, pp. 390. 

Contents : Report of second annual meeting, by Colyer Meriwether ; Unpub 
lished letters of Andrew Jackson, 1793-1820 ; Some account of the transfer * 
of the territory of Louisiana from France to the United States, by Marcus J. 
Wright; The society of the Cincinnati in the southern states, by Charles L 
Davis; The dismemberment of Virginia, by William Baird ; Anti-slavery senti 
ment in the south, with unpublished letters from John Stuart Mill and Mrs. 
Stowe. by Stephen B. Weeks ; Journal of a voyage to Charlestown, in So. 
Carolina, by Pelatiah Webster in 17Gr>, edited by T. P. Harrison; William 
Strother, of Virginia, and his descendants, by Thomas McAdory Owen ; 
Richard Winn, by J. L. M. Curry ; Maryland s greatest politician Cecilius 
Calvert s career as an index to the history of the Palatinate, by Edward Ingle; 
Christopher Gadsden, by E. I. Renick ; Virginia women and the civil war, by 
B. W. Arnold ; Early southern institutions, by Peter J. Hamilton ; Document 
Commission of Button Gwinett as president and commander in chief of the state 
of Georgia : Literary estimate and bibliography of Richard Malcolm Johnston, 
by Edmund Clarence Stedman and Stephen B. Weeks ; Sir Richard Everard, 
baronet, governor of the colony of North Carolina, 172,"-1731, and his descend 
ants in Virginia, by Marshall De Lancey Haywood ; Mount Vernon, Alabama, 
by T. II. Ball ; Monroe s poverty, by Thomas M. Owen ; Social affairs in 
17GO letter from Sally Fou ze, February 2G, 1760; Book notes; Notes and 
queries; Index. (1282 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. HI. Washington, D. C., 
1899. 

8vo, pp. 384. 

Contents : The mound-builders of central Florida, by Thomas Featherston 
haugh ; Edward Moseley, a North Carolina colonial patriot and statesman, by 
James Franklin Shinn ; Jacob Ammonet, of Virginia, and a part of his descend 
ants, by Clifton Wood Bransford ; Some difficulties cf a Texas empresario, by 
Lester G. Bugbee ; The Texan expedition against Mier, 1842 : Petition of Gen. 
Thos. J. Green ; The personnel of the North Carolina convention of 1788, by 
J. B. Cheshire, Jr. ; A confederate incident, by J. L. M. Curry ; Documents 
(giving insight into the trials and difficulties under which our patriot fore 
fathers labored) : Report of the third annual meeting of the association, by 
Colyer Meriwether; Sidney Lanier, his life and writings by George S. Wills; 
Nullification resolutions of 1828, submitted by A. S. Salley, Jr.; The Renick 
family of Virginia, by E. I. Renick; Henry Tiinrod : Literary estimate and 
bibliography, by Henry E. Shepherd and A. S. Salley, Jr. ; John Brown s men : 
The lives of those killed at Harper s Ferry, with a supplementary bibliography 



SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. 181 

of John Brown, by Thomas Featherstonhaugh ; History of the Salisbury, N. C., 
confederate prison, by A. W. Mangum ; Book notes ; Notes and queries ; Index. 

(1283 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. iv. Washington, D. C., 
1900. 

8vo, pp. 525. 

Contents : Washington and the Constitution, by ,T. L. M. Curry ; Andrew R. 
Govan, by A. S. Salley, Jr. ; The Revolutionary war in North Carolina, by John 
Hodges Drake ; Why the Confederacy had no supreme court, by Bradley T. 
Johnson ; John V. Wright ; J. A. Orr ; L. Q. Washington ; The Texas frontier, 
1820-1825, by Lester G. Bugbee ; Documents ; A Baptist appeal : From the pastor 
of the " First Baptist Church " in Alexandria to President Lincoln ; Report of 
the fourth annual meeting of the association ; The purchase of Louisiana and 
how it was brought about, by Daniel R. Goodloe : The journal of Thomas 
Nicholson, 1746-1771; Anecdotes of General Winfleld Scott; Congressman 
Stoke s plan for investigation of public archives ; The Southern planter of the 
fifties, by Louisa Preston Looney ; Letter from a revolutionary officer, Philip 
Slaughter, January 5, 1847 ; A brief outline of Governor Richard Bennett, by 
I. T. Tichenor ; Light on the negro problem a review ; Lee and the confed 
eracy, by Peter J. Hamilton ; The battle of King s mountain, written by William 
Martin, in 1843, from accounts of eyewitnesses ; The society of the Cincinnati 
in Virginia, by John Cropper ; Some colonial ancestors of Johns Hopkins, by 
Miles White, Jr. ; Southern frontier life in revolutionary days narrative of 
William Martin, from the Draper MS. collections in the Wisconsin State his 
torical society library ; Notes on John Wright Stanly, of Newbern, No. Carolina, 
by John D. Whitford ; The Highlanders in America; Index. (12S4 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. v. Washington, D. C., 
1901. 

8vo, pp. 565. 

Contents : The history of the confederate treasury, by Ernest A. Smith ; The 
South in the olden time, by J. M. L. Curry ; Edward Ireland Renick, by Gaillard 
Hunt ; The report of the fifth annual meeting of the Society, by Colyer Meri- 
wether ; A sketch of William Vans Murray, by Clement Sulivane; The Calhoun 
letters a review, by J. L. M. Curry ; A sketch of the life of General John Peter 
Muhlenberg, by Marcus J. Wright ; Introduction to the genealogy of the descend 
ants of Judge Paul Carrington and his wife Priscilla (nee) Sims, by J. B. 
Killebrew ; William Lyne Wilson, by William H. Wilson; President Davis s last 
c flk-ial meeting, by Mrs. M. E. Robertson ; The Kinsey family supplementary 
data on the ancestors of Johns Hopkins ; On the history of slavery ; John A. 
Broadus a review, by J. L. M. Curry ; Was Texas included in the Louisiana 
purchase, by John R. Ficklen ; Map published, 1762 ; Henry Baker and some of 
his descendants, by Miles White, .jr. ; The lost colony of Roanoke ; The organiza 
tion of the Texas revolution, by Eugene C. Barker ; An example Canada s work 
for history; Herbert Baxter Adams (1850-1001): His work for southern his 
tory ; The struggle of the confederacy, by J. L. M. Curry ; Book reviews ; Notes 
and queries; Index. (1285 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. vi. Washington, D. C., 
1902. 

8vo, pp. 562. 

Contents : The Virginia literary museum, by John Walter Wayland ; William 
Lyne Wilson two tributes, by Hilary A. Herbert and Oscar S. Straus; Discov 
ery of Lake Suppernong (Phelps), North Carolina, with notes by George P. 
Collins ; Letters from Joseph Martin to Patrick Henry, July, 1789-Jan., 1790 ; 
Documents on the Texas revolution ; The. American negro : an answer, by W. II. 
Councill ; Report of the sixth annual meeting, by Colyer Meriwether ; Journal of 
Charles Porterfield, from March 3, 1776, to July 23, 1776, while a prisoner of 
war in Quebec; Southern political views, 1865 John II. Reagan s letter to 
President Johnson ; A bibliography of the women writers of South Carolina, by 

A. S. Salley, jr. ; The bi-centenary of the French settlement of the southwest 
Hamilton ; An early decision on imperialism, by David Y. Thomas ; Early Quaker 
records in Virginia, 1763 ; William Murrell, an old-time merchant in South Caro 
lina, by Kate Furman ; The Spaniards in the south and south west, by Stephen 

B. Weeks ; Diary of a march from El Paso to San Antonio, 1849 ; An account of 
the organization and operations of the post-office department of the Confederate 



182 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

States of America, 1861 to 1865, by John H. Reagan ; North Carolina in the 
Civil war ; Development of historical work in Mississippi ; A valuable book on 
Louisiana " Le commerce de 1 Amerique par Marseille, ou explication des 
lettres-patentes du roi pour le commerce qu il se fait de Marseille aux isles 
Francaises de 1 Amerique. Ponnees au mois de Fevrier 1719. Par un Citaden. 
Ornee des cartes et de figures en taille douce, Leiden, 1782 ;" General Sumter 
and his neighbors, by Kate Furman ; Calhoun and secession letter from Calhoun 
to Collin S. Tarpley, July 0, 1849 ; William Barrett Travis, the hero of the 
Alamo documents relating to his adventure at Anahuac ; Reasons against trial 
of Jefferson Davis letter from John II. Reagan ; A southern sulky ride in 
1837, from North Carolina to Alabama journal of Wm. II. Wills; Conditions 
in North Carolina in 1783 from John Sit [John Sitgreaves]. Two recent books 
on slavery : Anti-slavery in America, from the introduction of African slaves to 
the prohibition of the slave trade, 1619-1808, by Mary Stoughton Locke ; A his 
tory of slavery in Virginia, by James Curtis Ballagh ; Reviews and notices ; 
Notes and queries; Index. (1286 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. vn. Washington. I"). C., 
1903. 

8vo, pp. 546. 

Contents : General Joseph Martin, by John Redd, with accompanying docu 
ments ; A southern sulky ride in 1837, journal of Wm. II. Wills ; Early Quaker 
records in Virginia ; Documentary progress of Texas revolutionary sentiment as 
seen in Columbia, by E. C. Barker ; Two southern historical commissions, Ala 
bama and Mississippi ; Report of the seventh annual meeting of the association, 
by Colyer Meriwether ; Publication of the confederate rosters by the federal 
government ; Calhoun as seen by his political friends : letters of Duff Green. 
Dixon H. Lewis, Richard K. Cralle during the period from 1831 to 1848, edited 
by Frederick W. Moore; The Duane letters, 1761-1777; The capture of St. 
Mary s, Georgia, by Admiral Cockburn letter from Thomas Harvey Miller, 1815; 
The prescript of Ku Klux Klan, by Walter L. Fleming ; A southern traveler s 
diary in 1840, by Wm. H. Wills ; The expansion of the old southwest, by S. B. 
Weeks; Confederate naval books and others; Index. (1287 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. vni. 1904. Washington, 
D. C., 1904. 

8vo, pp. 532. 

Contents : Pioneer municipalities in Texas revolution Mina and San Felipe 
documents, 1835 ; A southern traveler s diary, 1840, by William H. Wills ; The 
University of Henrico, by John S. Flory ; The Duane letters, 1774-1781 ; Re 
construction documents ; Reviews ; Notes and news : Home life in Alabama 
during the civil war, by Walter L. Fleming ; Texas revolution documents ; The 
Quaker Janneys of Cheshire and their progenitors, by Miles White, jr. ; Lewis 
Jones, of Roxbury and Watertown, Massachusetts, 1640-1684, and some of his 
descendants in the south, by A. S. Salley, jr. ; Journal of William Calhoun, 
1762-9, annotated by A. S. Salley, jr. ; The journal of James Auld, 1765-1770 ; 
Long s priority in the discovery of anasthesia, by C. II. Andrews ; The word 
" Tote," by Thos. L. Brown ; Documents on Albemarle sound and Raleigh inlet, 
1789 ; Orders of Virginia Assembly of Dec. 8, 1769 ; Vice-president Andrew 
Johnson, by David M. De Witt ; Gen. Joseph Martin and the Cherokees docu 
ments, 1778 ; Some recent race problem literature, by Alfred Holt Stone ; The 
National Era an abolition document letter from Gamaliel Bailey, 1858 ; The 
memoirs of James Murray Mason, Confederate commissioner to England, by 
Walter L. Fleming; Index. (1288 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Publications. Vol. ix. Washington. D. C., 
1905. 

8vo, pp. 449. 

Contents : Vice President Andrew Johnson, by D. M. De Witt ; President 
Andrew Johnson and Senator James Rood Doolittle, by Duane Mowry ; Joseph 
Martin and the Cherokees- documents ; Benedict Arnold s family, by M. J. 
Wright ; Mexican War documents ; American negro academy, by W. L. Fleming ; 
Reviews ; Notes and news ; The first clash in the Texas revolution, the taking 
of Anahuac by Travis documents, 1835; McHenry letters, 1796-1817; Letter 
of Rear-Admiral Samuel Philipps Lee to Senator James Rood Doolittle, 1865 ; 
Account of the death of Alexander Gaston letter from Wm Gaston ; Biograph 
ical sketches : Hugh S Thompson ; Francis White ; Doolittle correspondence, 
Admiral Paulding s letters; Lenoir s Revolutionary company, by Mrs. P. II. 



FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 183 

Mell : Elizabeth Marshall Martin, letters, 1780 ; Lafayette s company in Vir 
ginia, April-Oct, 1781, by Marcus J. Wright; Selections from the Doolittle 
correspondence, contributed by Duane Mowry ; The making of the Confederate 
constitution, by A. L. Hull ; French refugees to New Orleans in 1809 (with 
documents), by Luis M. Perez; McHenry papers, communicated by Bernard C. 
Steiner ; Whiting diary, by W. H. C. Whiting ; Revolutionary politics : Duane 
letters; Negro colonization, from Doolittle correspondence. (1289-1293 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Christopher Gadsden. By E. I. Renick. 
Harrisburg, Pa.. 1898. 

8vo, pp. [1], [242] -255. 

From Publication of Southern History Association, July, 1898. (1294 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. Index to names of persons and churches in 

Bishop Meade s Old churches, ministers, and families of Virginia. By 

J. M. Toner. Kev. by Hugh A. Morrison. Washington, D. C., The Associa 

tion, 1898. 

8vo, pp. G3. (Southern History Association. Publications. Supp. to V. n, 
No. 4. Extra V. i.) (1295 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. The Texas frontier, 1820-1825, by Lester G. 
Bugbee. Harrisburg, Pa., 1900. 
8vo, pp. [2], 103-121. 
" From Publications of Southern History Association, March, 1900." (129G 

SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION. The history of the Confederate treasury. By 
Ernest Ashton Smith. Harrisburg, 1901. 
8vo, 1 p. L, pp. 126. 

From publications of the Southern History Association for January, March, 
May, 1901. (1296 



HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF FLORIDA. 
St. Augustine, Fla. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF FLORIDA. Historical Society of Florida. Organized 
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July, 1850; Members elected July, 1856.] St. Augustine, 185G. 

32mo, pp. 9, (2). (1297 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF FLORIDA. The Early History of Florida. An intro 
ductory lecture, delivered by George It. Fairbanks, before the Florida His 
torical Society, April 15, 1857. With an appendix containing the consti 
tution, organization, and list of members of the Society. St. Augustine, 
1857. (1298 

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Jacksonville, Flo. 

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Account of the organization of the Society, Nov. 

20, 1902, in The Gulf States Historical Magazine, Vol. i, p. 379. (1299 

FLORIDA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Scope and purpose of the Florida Historical 

Society ; Constitution and by-laws ; Charter members. No date. 

8vo, pp. (4). Cover-title. (13OO 

FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, READING ROOM, ,1X7) HISTORICAL ASSO 
CIATION OF THE CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE. 

FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, READING ROOM, AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION OF THE CITY 
OF ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Constitution and By-laws, Organization, and 
List of Contributors, thus far for its founding and support, June 1st, 1877. 
Albany, N. Y., 1877. 

8vo, pp. 11 (2). (1301 



184 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

OKOROI.A.. 
GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Savannah, Ga. 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Georgia Historical Society. 
Vol. i. Savannah, 1840. 
8vo, pp. xii, 307, (I). 

Contents : Introduction. Oration before the Society at the celebration of their 
first anniversary, February 12, 1S40, by W. Law ; New and accurate account of 
the provinces of South Carolina and Georgia [by J. Oglethorpe], London, 1733; 
A voyage to Georgia, 1735, by F. Moore, London, 1744 ; An impartial inquiry 
into the state and utility of the province of Georgia [by B. Martyn], London, 
1741 ; Reasons for establishing the colony of Georgia, with regard to the trade 
of Great Britain [etc.], with some account of the country, and the design of the 
- trustees [by B. Martyn], London, 1733; Sketch of the life of Gen. James Ogle- 
thorpe, by Thomas Spalding. (13O2 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Georgia Historical Society. 
Vol. ii. Savannah, 1842. 

8vo, pp. (6) 336. 

Contents: Introduction. Discourse before the Society at their second anni 
versary, February 12, 1841, by W. B. Stevens; A new voyage to Georgia, by a 
young gentleman, 2d ed., London, 1737 ; A state of the province of Georgia, 
attested upon oath in the court of Savannah, November 10, 1740 [by William 
Stephens], London, 1740; A brief account of the causes that have retarded the 
progress of the colony of Georgia [by Thomas Stephens], London, 1743; A true 
and historical narrative of the colony of Georgia, by I . Tailfer, H. Anderson, D. 
Douglas, Charleston, 1741 ; An account showing progress of the colony of Geor 
gia from its establishment [by B Martyn], London, 1741. Appendix: Account of 
the Society ; Constitution ; By-Laws ; Act of incorporation ; Officers. Members. 
1842. (1303 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Georgia Historical Society. 
Vol. in. part 1. Savannah. 1848. 
8vo, pp. 88. 

Contents: Introduction; [Biographical .sketch of Benjamin Hawkins]; The 
Creek confederacy [by W. B. Hodgson] ; A sketch of the Creek country, in 1798 
and 1790 [by B. Hawkins]. Appendix: Indian treaties, 1773-1796. 

No other part of this volume was issued. The Society published no more col 
lections until 1873, when the publication was resumed with the designation of 
Vol. in, disregarding this first part. (13O4 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Georgia Historical Society. 
Vol. in. Savannah, 1873. 

8vo, pp. vi, 428. 

Contents : Preface ; Letters from General Oglethorpe to the trustees of the 
colony, October, 1735, to August, 1744 ; Report of Governor Sir James Wright to 
Lord Dartmouth on the condition of the colony, September 20, 1773 ; Letters 
from Governor Sir James Wright to the Earl of Dartmouth and Lord George 
Germain, secretaries of state for America, August 24, 1774, to February 16, 1782. 
Appendix : Casimir Pulaski, address before the Society by C. C. Jones, jr., upon 
the celebration of its thirty-second anniversary, February 13, 1871 ; address 
before the Society by R. D. Arnold, July 24, 1871. (13O5 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Georgia Historical Society. 
Vol. iv. Savannah, 1878. 

8vo,- pp. 263. 04. Illus. Plans. 

Contents : The dead towns of Georgia, by Charles C. Jones, jr. Itinerant ob 
servations in America. Reprinted from the London Magazine, 1745-46. (13O6 



GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 185 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. v. Published by the Savannah 
Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution as a contribution to 
Georgia history. Savannah. Ga., 1 ( .H>1. 
Pt. i, pp. xiv, 139. 

Contents : Proceedings of the Georgia Provincial congress ; Proceedings of the 
Georgia Council of safety, 3d November, 1775, to Pel). 17th, 1777 : Account of 
the siege of Savannah, from a British source. 
Pt. n, pp. 223. 

Contents : Order book of Samuel Elbert, Colonel and Brigadier-General in the 
Continental army, October, 1770, to November, J778; Letter book of Governor 
Samuel Elbert, from January, 1785, to November, 1785. (13O7 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. vi. The letters of lion. James 
Habersham, 1756-1776. Savannah, Ga., 1904. 

8vo, pp. 245, vii. Portrait. (13O8 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse delivered before the Society, Feb 
ruary 12, 1840. By William Law. Savannah, 1S40. 
8vo, pp. 43. 
On the early settlements and history of Georgia. (13O9 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Biographical memorials of James Oglethorpe, 
founder of the colony of Georgia. By Thaddeus Mason Harris. Boston, 
1841. 

8vo, pp. xxii, 424. Portrait. Folded map. 

Dedicated to the Society. (131O 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical lecture on Sergeant Jasper before 
the Society, 1841. By Robert M. Charlton. 

8vo. (1311 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse before the Society, February 12. 1841. 
By William Bacon Stevens. Savannah, 1841. 
8vo, pp. 40. 

On the events of the Revolution in Georgia. (1312 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse on the qualifications and duties of an 

historian, delivered before the Society on its fourth anniversary, February 

13. 1843. By Mitchell King. Savannah : Published by a resolution of the 

Society, 1843. 

8vo, pp. 23. (1313 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A lecture delivered before the Society, March 7, 
1843. By John Elliott Ward. Savannah. 1S43. 

8vo, pp. 22. (1314 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A lecture delivered before the Society at the Uni 
tarian Church, Tuesday evening. March 14, 1843. By William A. Car- 
ruthers, M. D. Savannah, 1843. 

8vo, pp. 3G. (1315 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A high civilization, the moral duty of Georgians. 
A discourse before the Society, February 12, 1844. By Stephen Elliott, jr. 
Savannah, 1814. 

8vo, pp. 21. (131G 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Lecture before the Society, February 20, and 

March 4, 1844, on the subject of education. By Samuel K. Ta Image. 

Savannah, 1844. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1317 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse delivered before the Society on the 

occasion of its sixth anniversary, February 12, 1845. By Alonzo Church. 

Savannah, 184;"). 

8vo, pp. 34, 0. (1318 



186 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The romance of life. A historical lecture before 
the Society on the 14th of January, 1845. By Robert M. Charlton. Savan 
nah, 1845. 

8vo, pp. 10. (1319 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A history of Georgia, from its first discovery by 
Europeans to the adoption of the present constitution in 1798. By William 
Bacon Stevens. 2 vols. New York, 1847, 1859. 
Two vols., 8vo. Plates. Plan. Map. 

Prepared at the request of the Society and published under its auspices. 
Pecuniary aid was rendered by the Society for the publication of the second 
volume. (132O 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of meeting, January 7, 1855. 

Broadside. (1321 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Address delivered before the Society on its 
nineteenth anniversary, February 12, 1858. By Jolm E. Ward. Savannah, 
1858. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1322 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Indian remains in southern Georgia. Address 
before the Society on its twentieth anniversary, February 12, 1859. By 
Charles C. Jones, jr. Savannah, 1859. 

8vo, pp. 25. (1323 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution, by-laws, and list of members. 
Savannah, 1859. 

8vo, pp. 15. (1324 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A reply to a resolution of the Society, read before 

the Society at its anniversary meeting, February 12, 1806. By Stephen 

Elliott. Savannah, 1866. 

8vo, pp. 13. (1325 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Eulogy on the life and character of Stephen 

Elliott. By Solomon Cohen. Written and published at the request of the 

Society. Savannah, 18G7. 

8vo, pp. 18. (1326 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution, by-laws, and list of members. 
Savannah, 1871. 

8vo, pp. 27. (132T 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Wilde s Summer Rose; or, the Lament of the 
Captive. An authentic account of the origin, mystery, and explanation of 
R. II. Wilde s alleged plagiarism. By Anthony Barclay, and with his per 
mission published by the Society. Savannah, 1871. 

8vo, pp. 70. (1328 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Casimir Pulaski. An address delivered before 
the Society by Charles C. Jones, jr., upon the occasion of the celebration of 
its thirty-second anniversary, February 13, 1871. Savannah, 1873. 

8vo, pp. 28. Large paper. (1329 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings, resolutions, and communications, 
commemorative of Edward J. Hardin, attorney for the city of Savannah and 
president of the Society, who died April 19, 1873. [Savannah], 1873. 

8vo, pp. 31. (133O 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The siege of Savannah in 1779, as described in 
two contemporaneous journals of French officers in the fleet of Count 
d Estaing. Albany, 1874. 

4to, pp. 77. Folded map. 

Edited by Charles C. Jones, jr., and dedicated to the Georgia Historical 
Society. (1331 



GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 187 

GKOKUIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the dedication of Hodgson Hall, by 
the Society, on occasion of its thirty-seventh anniversary, February 14, 1870. 
Savannah, 1876. 

8vo, pp. 29. Photograph. (1332 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sergeant William Jasper. An address delivered 
before the Georgia Historical Society, in Savannah, Ga., on the 3d of Janu 
ary, 187G. By Charles C. Jones, jr. [Albany.] Printed for the Society, 
1876. 

8vo, pp. 36. 

Same. Albany, .T. Munsell, 1876. 8vo, pp. 30. (1333 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Gettysburg. By Lafayette McLaws. [Read be 
fore the Society.] 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. vn. pp. 04-00. Richmond, 1879. 

( 1334 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reminiscences of service with the first volunteer 
regiment of Georgia, Charleston Harbor, in 1863. An address before the 
Society, March 3, 1879. By Charles H. Olmstead. Savannah, 1879. 

8vo, pp. 15. (1335 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reminiscences of service in Charleston Harbor 

in 1863. By Charles H. Olmstead. Read before the Society. March 3. 1S79. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. 11, pp. 118-125, 158-171. Richmond, 

[1883]. (1336 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Hernando De Soto. The adventures encountered 

and the route pursued by the Adelantado during his inarch through the 

territory embraced within the present limits of Georgia. By Charles C- 

Jones, jr. Read before the Society. Savannah, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 42 (1). Portrait. (1337 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Anniversary address before the Society on the 
14th of February, 1881. By Charles C. Jones, jr. [Savannah], 1881. 
8vo, pp. 40. 

Title on cover reads: "The Georgia Historical Society; its founders, patrons, 
and friends." (1338 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution, by-laws, and list of members. Sa 
vannah, 1883. 

8vo, pp. 31 (l). (133!) 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A suggestion as to the origin of the plan of 
Savannah. Remarks by William Harden before the Society, September 7. 
1885. [Savannah, 1885.] 

8vo, pp. 4. No title-page. (134O 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The life and services of the Hon. Maj. (Jen. 

Samuel Elbert, of Georgia. By Charles C. Jones, jr. An address before 

the Society, at Savannah, on the 6th of December, 1886. Printed for the 

Society. Cambridge, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 48. (1341 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A brief sketch of the life and writings of Sidney 
Lanier. By Charles N. West. An address delivered before the Society on 
the 5th of December, 1887. Printed for the Society. Savannah, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 25. (1343 

GEORGIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The life and times of William Harris Crawford, 
of Georgia. An address delivered by Charles X. West, A. M.. before the 
Society, May 2, 1892. [Savannah], 1892. 

8vo, pp. 45. (1343 



188 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

SOUTHERN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

SOUTHERN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Memoirs of Georgia ; containing historical 
accounts of the State s civil, military, industrial, and professional interests, 
and personal sketches of many of its people. Atlanta, Ga., The Southern 
Historical Association, 1895. 

2 v. 4 to. Tort. (1344 

SOUTHERN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Memoirs of Florida : embracing a general 
history of the province, territory and state ; and special chapters devoted to 
finances and banking, the bench and bar, medical profession, railways and 
navigation, and industrial interests. By Rowland II. Kerick. Edited by 
Francis P. Fleming. Atlanta, Ga., The Southern Historical Association, 
1902. 

4 to, 2 vols. (1344a 

ILLINOIS. 

ANTIQUARIAN AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS. 
ANTIQUARIAN AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS. Proceedings at the first 
session of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Illinois in December, 
1827, with an address. Edwardsville, 1828. 

12mo, pp. 22. (1345 

ANTIQUARIAN AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS. Address before the Society 
at its annual meeting, December, 1828, by James Hall. Vandalia, 1829. 
12mo, pp. 20. 
Proceedings on pp. 18-20. (1346 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Chicago Historical Society ; its origin, pres 
ent condition, plans, and necessities. [Chicago], n. d. 

4to sheet, pp. 2. No title-page. (1347 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution and by-laws of the Historical So 
ciety of Chicago. Chicago, 1850. 

12mo, pp. 14 (1). (1348 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of lion. Daniel P. Cook. Read before 

the Society, June 9, 1857, by William II. Brown. Chicago, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 30. (1349 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter, constitution, and by-laws, with a list 
of officers, etc. Chicago, 1858. 
8vo, pp. 31. 

Some copies have 23, (3) pp. (135O 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the first exhibition of statuary, 
paintings, etc., opened May 9, in Barch s Building, corner Wabash avenue 
and Lake street, 1859. Chicago, 1859. 
8vo. 

Mrs. I). Hager writes : " I have heard, but not seen it in the records, that 

this exhibition of fine arts was got up by members of the Historical Society for 

its benefit." (1351 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Biennial report to the Governor of Illinois. 

Springfield (111.), 1863. 

8vo, pp. 13 (1). (1352 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An historical sketch, of the early movement in 
Illinois for the legalization of slavery. Read at the annual meeting of the 
Society, December 5, 1804, by William H. Brown. Chicago, 1805. 
8vo, pp. 44. 
Reprinted in 1876. (1353 






CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 189 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual meeting, November 19th, 18(58. Addresses 
by J. Young Scammon, president, and Isaac N. Arnold. Chicago, 1808. 

8vo, pp. 32. 

I. N. Arnold spoke on the early history of Chicago. (1354 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of Illinois from 1778 to 1833; and Life 
and times of Xinian Edwards. By Ninian W. Edwards. Springfield, 1870. 
8vo, pp. 540, iii. 
Written at request of the Society. (1355 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The last of the Illinois, and a sketch of the 
Pottawatomies. Read before the Society, December 13, 1870, by John Dean 
Caton. Chicago, 1870. 

8vo, pp. 36. (135 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The last of the Illinois, and a sketch of the 
Pottawatomies. Read before the Society, December 13, 1870, by John D. 
Caton. Chicago, 1870. 

12mo, pp. 30. 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 3, pp. 1-30. (1357 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter, Constitution, and By-Laws, with a list 
of officers and members. Chicago, 1871. 

8vo, pp. 23. (135S 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An historical Sketch of the early Movement in 
Illinois for the legalization of Slavery. Read at the annual meeting of the 
Society, December 5, 1864, by William H. Brown. Chicago, 1870. 

12mo, pp. 30 (1). 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 4. (135J> 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Addresses delivered at the annual meeting of the 

Society, November 19, 1808, by J. Young Scammon and Isaac X. Arnold : 

Incidents in the lives of President Lincoln and Major Anderson in the Black 

Hawk war, Luther Haven, George Manierre, and other early settlers in 

Chicago. With a sketch of Col. John II. Kinzio. by Juliette A. Kinzie, read 

before the Society July 17, 1877. Sketches of Billy Caldwell and Shabonee, 

by William Hickling and G. S. Hubbard, and the " Winnebago Scare," by 

H. W. Beckwith. Chicago, 1877. 

12mo, pp. 52. 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 10. (136O 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chicago Historical Society, November 19, 1808. 
Introductory address, by J. Young Scammon. Address by Isaac N. Arnold, 
giving a history of the Society and its acquisitions up to that time, with 
incidents in the lives of Abraham Lincoln and Major Anderson ; also of 
Luther Haven, George Manierre, and other early settlers of Chicago. 
Chicago, 1877. 

8vo, pp. 31. (1361 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular about objects of the Society. January, 
1878. 

Sheet. (132 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Biographical Sketch of the late Gen. B. J. Sweet. 
History of Camp Douglas. A paper read before the Society June 18, 1878, 
by William Bross. Chicago, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 28. Plan. (13O3 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Biographical Memoir of the Hon. George Ma 
nierre, delivered before the Society April 1C, 1878, by Thomas Hoyne. 
[Chicago, 1878.] 

8vo, pp. 48. Portrait. (13O4 



190 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Father Marquette at Mackinaw and Chicago. 
A paper read before the Society, October 15, 1868, by Henry H. Hurlbut. 
Chicago, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 16. (1365 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reynolds History of Illinois. My Own Times: 
Embracing also the History of my Life. By John Reynolds, late governor 
of Illinois. Chicago, 1879. 

8vo, pp. xx, 395. Portrait. 

The author was governor of Illinois from 1830 to 1834, and published this 
work in 1850. The original edition having become scarce, it was reprinted as 
above by the Historical Society. (1366 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Imprisonment in Li buy and Escape by Tun 
nel. By Charles Warrington Earle. Waukegan, III., 1879. 
8vo, pp. 21. 

Read before the Chicago Historical Society, May 23, 1879. (1367 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Kaskaskia, 111., Parish Records, 1696-1834. By 
E. G. Mason. Chicago, 1879. 
8vo, pp. 22. 
From the Chicago Times. (1363 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chicago and the sources of her past and future 
growth. ,A paper read before the Society, January 20, 1880, by Willia-m 
Bross. Chicago, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 18. (1369 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Recollections of Early Illinois and Her Noted 
Men. Read before the Society, March 16, 1880, by Joseph Gillespie. Chi 
cago, 1880. 

12mo, pp. 50 (1). 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 18. (137O 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Early Society in Southern Illinois. A lecture 
read before the Society, October 19, 1880, by Robert W. Patterson. Chi 
cago, 1881. 

8vo, pp. 34. 

Same, in Fergus Historical Series, No. 14, pp. 103-131. (1371 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A brief History of the Society, together with 

constitution and by-laws, and list of officers and members. Chicago, 1881. 

8vo, pp. 31. (1373 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The earliest religious history of Chicago. By 
Jeremiah Porter, its first resident pastor. An address read before the So 
ciety in 1859. [Chicago, 1881.] 

12mo. Fergus Historical Scries, No. 14, pp. 1-80. (1373 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Early Chicago. Fort Dearborn. An address 

delivered at the unveiling of the memorial tablet to mark the site of the 

. Blockhouse, May 21, 1881, under the auspices of the Society, to which have 

been added notes and an appendix. By John Wentworth. Chicago, 1881. 

12mo, pp. 104 (20). 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 16. (1374 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Illinois in the Eighteenth Century. [Three pa 
pers read before the Society.] Kaskaskia and its parish records; Old 
Fort Chartres; and Col. John Todd s record book. By Edward G. Mason. 
Chicago, 1881. 

12mo, pp. (2) 68. 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 12. (1375 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Recollections of Public Men. A paper read be 
fore the Society, November 15, 1881, by William F. De Wolf. Chicago. 1881. 

8vo, pp. 16. 

Second edition, 1882. (1376 



CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 191 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. William B. Ogden, and early days in Chicago. A 
paper read before the Society, December 20, 1881 (on the presentation by 
Mrs. Ogden of a portrait of her late husband, painted by George P. A. 
Healy), by Isaac N. Arnold. Chicago, 1881. 

8vo, pp. (2), 40. 

Printed also, in 1882, in Fergus Historical Series. (1377 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. " Historical Chicago past, present, and future." 
Address of Emery A. Storrs, for the benefit of the Society. Delivered at 
Central Music Hall, December 15, 1882, Hon. Isaac N. Arnold, presiding. 
Chicago, 1882. 

Large 8vo, pp. 20. (1378 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. William B. Ogden and early days in Chicago. 
A paper read before the Society, December 20, 1881, by Isaac X. Arnold. 
Chicago, 1882. 

12mo, pp. 40. 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 17, pp. 1-40. 

Published also independently of the series. (137O 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chicago Historical Society Collections. Vol. i. 
Chicago, 1882. 

Svo, pp. (2), 402. 

Contents: History of the English. settlement in Edwards County, 111., founded 
in 1817 and 1818, by Morris Birkbeck and George Flower. With preface and 
foot-notes, by E. B. Washburne. ( 138O 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chicago Historical Society Collections. Vol. 
n. Chicago, 1884. 

Svo, pp. 134. Portrait. 

Contents: Biographical sketch of Enoch Long, an Illinois pioneer. By Harvey 
Reid. (1381 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chicago Historical Society Collections. Vol. 
in. Chicago, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 8, xxviii, 17-633. Portraits. Facsimiles. 

Contents: The Edwards papers; being a portion of the collection of the 
letters, papers, and manuscripts of Ninian Edwards. I klited by E. B. Wash 
burne. (1382 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chicago Historical Society Collections. Vol. 
iv. Chicago, 1890. 

Svo, pp. xxv, 521. Portraits. 

Contents : Early Chicago and Illinois, edited and annotated by Edward G. 
Mason; Inscription; Papers; Officers, 1880; Members; Gurdon S. Ilub- 
bard, a settler of Chicago in 1818, by Grant Goodrich ; Isaac N. Arnold, a 
settler of Chicago in 1836, by E. B. Washburne : Mark Skinner, by E. W. 
Blatchford ; Elihu B. Washburne, by George W. Smith ; Tribute of William 
II. Bradley ; Philo Carpenter, a settler of Chicago in 1832, by Henry L. 
Hammond ; Samuel Stone, by Mrs. William Barry ; Sketch of Pierre Menard, 
by E. G. Mason; The first lieutenant-governor of Illinois, by Henry S. Baker; 
Pierre Menard papers ; Noel Le Vasseur, by Stephen R. Moore ; Lists of early 
Illinois citizens, introduction by E. G. Mason : Heads of families in Kaskaskia 
in or before 1783; Inhabitants of Prairie du Rocher and St. Philips in 1783; 
Heads of families in Cahokia and Us environs in 1783 ; Heads of families at 
Cahokia, Prairie du Rocher, etc., 1783 ; Liste des habitans resident aux Kaskas- 
kias en 1700; Captain Piggofs company. April 26, 1700 ; Roll of Captain 
Saucier s company August I, 1700; Captain Dubuque s company, August 1. 1700; 
Roll of militia of Kaskaskia. August 1. 1700; Roll of militia of Prairie du 
Rocher, August 1, 1700; General returns of St. Clalr County militia. August 1, 
1700. John Rice Jones, a brief sketch of the life and public career of the first 

; ticing lawyer in Illinois, by W. A. Burt Jones: Rice Jones, by W. A. Burt 

: John Todd s Record book ; John Todd Papers ; British Illinois : Philippe 

de Ro* heblave, sketch by E. G. Mason; Rocheblave papers; Court of Inquiry at 

Fort Chnrtres, by John Moses; Index. (1383 



192 AMERICAN- HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Congressional Reminiscences: Adams, Benton, 
Calhoun, Clay, and Webster. An address, March 1<J, 1882, before the So 
ciety, with notes and an appendix, by Chicago s first Congressman, John 
Wentworth. Chicago, 1882. 

12mo, pp. 101. 

Fergus Historical Series, No. 24. (1384 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch of Edward Coles, second governor of 
Illinois, and of the slavery struggle of 1823-1884. Prepared for the Society 
by E. B. Washburne. Chicago, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 253. Portrait. Facsimiles. (1385 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution and By-Laws, together with list of 
officers and members. Chicago, 1883. 
8vo, pp. 27. 

Same, corrected edition, pp. 28. (1386 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Early Illinois Railroads. A paper read before 
the Society, February 20, 1883, by Win. K. Ackerman. Notes by John Went 
worth. Also, an appendix, with the Breese-Douglas correspondence on the 
inception and origin of the Illinois Central Railroad, and the origin of 
names of stations on the Illinois Central Railroad. Chicago, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 174. (1387 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Chicago Historical Society s Proceedings. De 
cember 18, 1883. Chicago, 18,84. 

Svo, pp. (4) 5G. Two portraits. 

Contents : The Dearborns : A discourse commemorative of the eightieth anni 
versary of the occupation of Fort Dearhorn, and the first settlement at Chicago. 
Read, December 18, 1883, by Daniel Goodwin, jr. With remarks of John Went 
worth, .1. Young Scammon, E. B. Washburne, and I. N. Arnold. (1388 
CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Dearborns: A discourse commemorative of 
the eightieth anniversary of the occupation of Fort Dearborn, and the first 
settlement at Chicago. Read before the Society, December 18, 1883, by 
Daniel Goodwin, jr. With remarks of John Wentworth, J. Young Scammon, 
E. B. Washburne, and I. N. Arnold. Chicago, 1884. 
8vo, pp. (4), 56. Two portraits. 

Title on cover reads: "The Dearborns. By Daniel Goodwin, jr. Chicago His 
torical Society s Proceedings." (1389 
CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Illinois and the Thirteenth Amendment to the 
Constitution cf the United States. A paper read before the Society, Janu 
ary, 15, 1884, by William Bross. Chicago, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 8. (139O 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. In Memoriam. Memorial addresses commemo 
rative of the lives and characters of Hon. Isaac X. Arnold, late president, 
and Hon. Thomas Hoyne, late vice-president, of the Society. Delivered 
before the Society, October 21, 1884, by E. B. Washburne, Thomas Drum- 
mond. and Van II. Higgins, in respect of Mr. Arnold ; John Wentworth, in 
respect of Mr. Hoyne. Chicago, 1884. 

Svo, pp. 43. (1391 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Theater; its early days in Chicago. A paper 

read before the Society, February 19, 1884, by J. II. McVicker. Chicago, 
1884. 

8vo, pp. 88. (1392 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charles Hammond and his relations to Henry 
Clay and John Quincy Adams; or constitutional limitations and the contest 
for freedom of speech and the press. An address before the Society, May 
20, 1884, by William Henry Smith. Chicago, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 72. (1393 



CHICAfO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 193 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL Socp.ry. In Memoriam : Isaac Newton Arnold, November 
30, 1813, to April 24, 1884; Arthur Mason Arnold, May 13, 1858, to April 2<>, 
1873. Chicago, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 115. Portrait, pp. 36-72 contain the proceedings of the Society. 

(1394 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. In Memoriam: John S. Wright. An address 
delivered before the Society, July 21, 1885, by Augustine W. Wright. Chi 
cago, 1885. 

Svo, pp. 40. (1395 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Samuel de Champlain : a brief sketch of the 
eminent navigator and discoverer. Read before the Society, October 20, 
1885, by Henry II. Hurlbut. A portrait of the great explorer, painted by 
Miss Harriet P. Hurlbut, was on this occasion presented in her name to the 
Society. Chicago, 1885. 

Svo, pp. 19. (1 396 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution and By-Laws of the Society, to 
gether with list of officers and members, 1885-86. Chicago, 1SSG. 

Svo, pp. 27 (1). (1397 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports of quarterly meetings, January, 1889- 
Nov., 1902. Chicago, 1889-1902. 

Svo. Issued in leaflets paged continuously to form a volume. (1398 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Report of special meeting, January 17, 1899. 

Svo, pp. 179-202. 

[Memorial meeting to commemorate Henry William King.] (1399 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Report of special meeting, April 3, 1900. 

Svo, pp. 253-272. 

Contents : Father Marquette, by Franklin MacVeagh ; Marquette at Michilli- 
mackinac, by Edward Osgood Brown. (14OO 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Report of special meeting, April 2(5, 1900. 
Svo, pp. 27*3-297. 

Contents: Illinois, by Adlai E. Stevenson. (14O1 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Ceremonies at the unveiling of the bron/e me 
morial group of the Chicago massacre of 1812. Chicago. Printed for the 
Chicago Historical Soc., 1893. 

Svo, pp. 23. Front. (14O2 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. In memory of Robert C. Winthrop. By Daniel 
Goodwin. Delivered before the Chicago Literary Club, November 20, 1888. 
and the Chicago Historical Society, November 20, 1894. Chicago, 1894. 

Svo, pp. 64. Folded plan. (14O3 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Officers, members, constitution, by-laws. Chi 
cago, 1894. 

Svo, pp. 22. (1404 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter, Constitution, By-Laws; Roll of mem 
bership, 1901 ; List of officers and members, 1901. 

Svo, pp. 58, xvi. (14O5 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter, Constitution, By-Laws ; Membership list ; 
Annual report. 1903. 

Syo, pp. 54. (14O6 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Eleazer Williams not the dauphin of France; a 
lecture read before the Chicago Historical Society December 4, 1902, by 
William Ward Wight. Chicago, 1903. 

Svo, 2 p. 1., 35, [1] pp. Front, (port.) (Fergus historical series, no. 35.) 

(1407 
H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 13 



194 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter, Constitution, J / Laws ; Membership list. 
1904. 

8vo, pp. 155-256. Plate. 

Same, 1905, pp. 290-370. Illus. (14O8 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL, SOCIETY. In memoriam. John Nelson Jewett, LL. D., 
president of the Chicago Historical Society, 1899-1904. Memorial meeting 
in the lecture hall of the Chicago Historical Society, February 29th, 1904. 
[Chicago? 1904.] 

8vo, 2 p. 1., pp. 7-37. (14O9 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Attitude of the Chicago Common Council toward 
the Fugitive Slave Law. By Charles W. Mann. Read before the Society, 
Jan. 29, 1903. 

Title taken from the Annual Report, 1904-5, p. 193. (141O 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The disputed boundary line between Illinois and 
Wisconsin. An address by William Rodebaugh before the Society, May 19, 
1904. 

Title taken from the Annual Report, 1904-5, p. 193. (1411 

CHICAGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Early days of Peoria and Chicago. By David 
McCulloch. An address before the Society, Jan. 19, 1904. 

Title taken from the Annual Report, 1904-5, p. 193. (1412 

EVANSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Evanston. 111 

EVANSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual meeting, January 24, 1901. 

8vo, pp. (4). (1413 

EVANSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report, 3d. 1902. Chicago, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 10, 2. Portrait. (1413o 

EVANSTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Our Indian predecessors the first Evans- 
tonians. A paper read before the society by Frank R. Grover, November 
2nd, 1901. Evanston, 111.. [1901]. 
8vo, pp. 28, [2]. 
At head of title: Evanston Historical Society. (1414 

FRANKLIN SOCIETY. 
Chicago, III. 

FRANKLIN SOCIETY. Publications of the Franklin Society. Vols. i and n. 
Chicago, 1869-70. 
4to. 

Contents : No. 1. The Printer, by J. W. Sheahan, pp. 20. No. 2. Early News 
papers in Illinois, by H. R. Boss, pp. 48. (1415 

GERMAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ILLINOIS. 

Chicago. 111. 

DEUTSCH-AMERIKANISCHE HISTORISCHE GESELLSCHAFT VON ILLINOIS. Deutsch- 
Amerikanische Geschichtsblatter. Vierteljahrsschrift. Heransg. von der 
Deutsch-Amerikanischen Historischen Gesellschaft von Illinois. Vols. i-v. 
Chicago, 111., 1901-1905. 

5 vols. 8vo. (1416 

GERMAN-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Pioneer leaders. Read before the 
German-American Historical Society of Illinois, at Chicago, Feb. 12, 1901. 
By Ernest Bruncken. [n. p., 1901?] 

4to, [4] pp. 

Caption title. (1417 



ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 195 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF JOLIKT. 
Joliet, III. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF JOLIET. Forty years ago : A contribution to the early 
history of Joliet and Will County. Two lectures before the Society, by 
George H. Woodruff, December 7, 1873, and March 24, 1874. Joliet, 1874. 

8vo, pp. (2) 108. (1418 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF QUJNCY, ILLINOIS. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF QUINCY, ILLINOIS. Officers, members, constitution, by 
laws. Organized 1896. Incorporated 1896. Quincy, Illinois, 1901. 

16mo, pp. 15, (1). (1419 

ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. First annual meeting to be held at the 
Bradley Polytechnic Institute, Peoria, Illinois, January 5 and 6. 1900. 
Program. " (1420 

ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions of the Illinois State His 
torical Society for the year 1900. Springfield, 111., 1900. 
8vo, pp. 55. 

(Publication No. 4 of the Illinois State Historical Library.) 
Contents : History, organization, and objects of the Society ; Journal of pro 
ceedings ; President s address, by Hiram W. Beckwith ; The worth of a state 
historical society, by Richard Edwards ; The field for archaeological research in 
Illinois, by J. F. Snyder ; Local historical societies their field of work and 
their relation to the state society, by J. H. Burnham ; Congressional remi 
niscences, by James M. Ruggles ; Recollections of Stephen A. Douglas, by 
George M. McConnell ; Historical materials in the State Historical Library at 
Springfield, by George N. Black. (1421 

ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions of the Illinois State His 
torical Society for the year 1901. Springfield, 111.. 1901. 
8vo, pp. 122. 

(Publication No. 6 of the Illinois State Historical Library.) 
Contents: Constitution; Officers; Proceedings, etc.; The organization of the 
Illinois State Historical Society, by J. F. Snyder; Annual address before the 
Society, by Reuben Gold Thwaites : The objects of the German-American His 
torical Society, by William Vocke ; The influence of government land grants for 
educational purposes upon the educational system of the state, by Jonathan 
Baldwin Turner ; Old Peoria, by David McCulloch ; Slavery in Illinois, by 
Ethan A. Snively ; Early reminiscences, by A. W. French ; The oldest civil 
record in the west, by J. Nick Perrin ; Illinois during the Revolution, by Laura 
D. Fcssenden ; In memoriam, John M. Palmer, by Euclid B. Rogers ; General 
John A. McClernand, by Alfred Orendorff ; The life and services of General 
James M. Ruggles, by P. L. Diffenbacher ; The Wood River massacre, by Volney 
P. Richmond ; The Stuart-Bennett duel, the first duel fought in Illinois, at 
Belleville, in St. Clair county, Feb. 8, 1810, by James Affleck ; John Russel, of 
Bluffdale, Illinois, by S. G. Russell ; An incident in the early history of Morgan 
county, Illinois, by John Yaple ; Stephen A. Douglas, some old letters by, and 
relating to, the distinguished statesman, by Joseph Wallace; The 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, 1862, by R. W. Newlands ; Index. 

(1422 

ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions for 1902. Springfield, 1902. 
8vo, pp. 246. Illustrated. 

(Publication No. 7 of the Illinois State Historical Library.) 

* Contents: Officers, members; Reports; Historical Department of Illinois 
statistics and suggestions, by J. F. Snyder : Addresses by C. W. Barnes and H. W. 
Beckwith; The sources and results of law in Illinois, by John N. Jewett ; The 
organization and history of Illinois college, by Edward P. Kirby ; Rev. Peter 
Cartwright, by M. H. Chamberlin ; Early religious methods and leaders in Illi 
nois, by W. F. Short ; The first Irish in Illinois, by P. T. Barry ; Illinois and its 



196 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

people, by George Murray McConnell ; Some facts in the judicial history of 
Illinois, by J. O. Cunningham ; The Bishop Hill colony, by Hiram Bigelow ; 
Major John T. Stuart, by C. C. Brown ; The state s internal improvement 
venture of 18378, by Bernard Stuve ; Kaskaskia road and trails, with a map, 
by Frank Moore ; The French in Illinois, by .1. Nick Perrin ; Saukenuk, by 
Julia Mills Dunn ; Illinois ancestry among the Daughters of the American Revo 
lution, by Katharine C. Sparks ; Richard Yates s services to Illinois as war 
governor, by Wm. Jayne ; Destruction of the Fox Indians in 1730 by the 
French and their allies, with maps, by John F. Steward; In memoriam, Mary 
Nash Stuart ; Life and character of Isaac Funk, by L. H. Herrick ; Stillman s 
defeat, by Frank E. Stevens ; The site of Fort Cre"vecoeur, by Ada Greenwood 
MacLaughlin ; Copies of Paris documents, 173031 (relating to Illinois), pro 
cured by J. F. Steward ; Narrative of the capture of William Biggs by the 
Kickapoo Indians in 1788, written by himself; Index. (1423 

ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions for the year 1903. Fourth 
animal meeting of the Society, Jan. 27 and 28, 1903. Springfield, 1904. 

8vo, pp. ix, 376. Illustrated. (Publication No. 8 of the State Historical 
Library.) 

Contents : Officers, members, committees ; Transactions ; Address of welcome, 
W. A. Northcott ; Response of J. F. Snyder ; Constitutional conventions and 
constitutions of Illinois, by Adlai E. Stevenson ; The mines of Jo Daviess 
county, by William Spensley ; Old Fort Massac, by Mrs. Mathew T. Scott ; 
Men and manners of the early days in Illinois, by A. W. French ; Sectional forces 
in the history of Illinois, by Evarts B. Greene ; Decisive events in the building 
of Illinois, by Wm. H. Collins ; Edward Coles, second governor of Illinois, by 
Mrs. S. P. Wheeler ; Fort De Chartres its origin, growth, and decline, by Joseph 
Wallace ; A few notes for an industrial history of Illinois, by Ethelbert Stewart ; 
Necrologist s report ; Prairie du Rocher church records, 1743-1745, with trans 
lation by C. J. Eschmann ; Travels in Illinois in 1819, by Ferdinand Ernst ; 
The army led by Col. George Rogers Clark in his conquest of the Illinois, 
1778-9; Notes by J. F. Snyder; An early Illinois newspaper (Illinois Herald), 
extracts from its files, by J. H. Burnham ; Forgotten statesmen of Illinois 
John McLean, Thomas Sloo, Charles Slade ; The attorneys-general of Illinois, 
by Mason H. Newell ; Lincoln in Rushville, 1832 to 1858, by Howard F. Dyson ; 
Early history of the drug trade of Chicago, compiled from the records of the 
Chicago veteran druggists association, by Albert E. Ebert ; Jean Gabriel 
Cerre a sketch, by Walter B. Douglas ; Report of the committee on historic 
places in Illinois ; Action of the Illinois members of the society of Daughters 
of the American Revolution in relation to the purchase by the state of the site 
of old Fort Massac ; Report of the trustees of the Illinois state historical 
library, 1901-1902 ; Index. (1424 

For Transactions, 1904. Springfield, 1904, see Appendix. 

ILLINOIS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The field for archaeological research in 
Illinois ; a paper read hefore the Illinois State Historical Society at its 
first annual meeting in Peoria, Illinois, January 5-6, 1900, by J. F. Snyder, 
M. D. Springfield, 111., 1900. 

8vo, pp. 13. Cover-title. (1425 

MCLEAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Bloomington, III. 

MCLEAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY . Transactions. Vol. i. Bloomington, 111. 
Published for the Society, 1899. 
8vo, pp. 539. Illustrated. 

Contents : Inaugural address of Judge John M. Scott ; Soldiers of the War of 
the Revolution buried in McLean county ; Soldiers of the War of 1812 buried 
in McLean county ; McLean county in the Black Hawk War, 1832, by Ezra 
M. Prince ; Co. B, fourth regiment, Illinois Volunteers, in the War with 
Mexico, by Ezra M. Prince ; McLean county in the War of the Rebellion ; 
War with Spain ; Officers of the circuit court of McLean county ; County 
government of McLean county ; Seventy-fifth anniversary of the Blooming Grove 
Settlement ; Sketches of old settlers ; Street names in Bloomington their 
historical significance, by J. H. Burnham; Reminiscences of the war (Rebel 
lion), by John McNulta ; Litta, an American singer a sketch of Marie Eu 
genia von Eisner, by John M. Scott; Biographies; Index. (1426 



McLEAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ILLINOIS. 197 

MCLEAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions. Vol. n. Bloornington, 
111., 1903. 

8vo, pp. 695. Illustrated. 

Contents : Constitution ; Officers ; Members ; Work of the society ; School 
record of McLean County : Mrs. Delilah Mullin-Evans, first school-teacher ; Sub 
scription and semi-subscription schools, by J. H. Burnham ; Education in McLean 
county, by Richard Edwards ; School lands and school funds, by Ezra M. Prince ; 
History of public schools of Bloomington, by Sarah Raymond Fitzwilliam and 

E. L. Boyer ; The normal school district, by Enoch A. Fritter ; The Heyworth 
school district, by F. H. Hill ; The Kickapoo Union school district, by Joseph B. 
Weaver ; Early schools in Money Creek, by W. R. Bishop ; Colfax school, by 
P. T. Douglas ; Early schools of Empire township, by Thomas L. Buck ; Schools 
of Lexington, by D. F. Trimmer ; Early schools of Funk s Grove, by Lafayette 
Funk ; History of St. Joseph s Academy and St. Mary s College High School ; 
History of Parochial school of German Evangelical Lutheran Church ; History 
of Parochial school of St. Mary s Parish ; Educational convention of 1853, by 
John H. Burnham ; The Illinois Wesleyan University, by Edgar M. Smith ; 
Early days at Normal, by J. H. Burnham ; How the Normal was located, by 
J. H. Burnham ; A sketch of the Illinois Normal University, by C. L. Capen ; 
Illinois Soldiers Orphans Home, by Harvey C. De Motte ; McLean county 
school districts renumbered statistics by John S. Wren ; History of the panta- 
graph, by Edward J. Lewis ; History of Withers Public Library, by Caroline 

F. Kimball ; The McLean memorial, Dec. 6, 1898 ; Roads of McLean county 
a half century ago, by Geo. W. Gastman ; Evolution of the jail of McLean 
county, by Ezra M. Prince; Game birds and animals of McLean county, by M. W. 
Packard ; Col. Harvey Hogg, by William M. Baldwin ; Early nurseries, by John 
H. Burnham ; Groves of McLean county, by G. W. Minier ; The natural groves, 
by Peter Folsom ; Sniping, by W. Packard ; Leonard Swett biographical sketch ; 

, Hamilton Spencer, by his son, Henry D. Spencer ; Address by Hon. Lawrence 
Weldon on Hamilton Spencer; A sketch of Robert E. Williams, by Adlai E. 
Stevenson ; Two loyal Kentucky women during the war of the Rebellion, by 
Louisa Jackman ; The charge of the Fifth Illinois Cavalry, by Thaddeus B. 
Packard ; Bloomington, 1853 to 1856 extracts from the diary of Isaac L. Ken- 
yon, with reminiscences by Mary P. Hoover ; Daniel Wilkins, by Mary P. Hoover ; 
Trees of Bloomington and vicinity, by J. H. Burnham ; Sketch of the life of 
Captain A. M. Stringfield, by A. E. Stewart ; Early camp meetings ; Pioneer 
settlers of Funk s Grove, by Lafayette Funk ; The Stubblefields a biographical 
sketch, by Isaac N. Wright ; Life and character of Isaac Funk, by L. H. Kerrick ; 
Cassandra Sharp Funk, by Clara Funk Humphreys ; Bloomington s fiftieth 
anniversary : Address by James S. Ewing A citizen of no mean city ; Bloom 
ington, Illinois, by William Bach; Biographies; Index. (1427 
MCLEAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions. Vol. in. Meeting of May 
29, 1900, commemorative of the Convention of May 29, 1856, that organized 
the Republican Party in the state of Illinois. Edited by Ezra M. Prince. 
Bloomington, Illinois, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 184. Illustrated. 

Contents : Preface ; Table of contents ; Newspaper accounts of the meeting ; 
Introductory, by Ezra M. Prince ; Address of welcome, by Joseph W. Fifer ; The 
Editorial Convention, February 22, 1856, by Paul Selby ; Republican state con 
vention, October, 1854, by Paul Selby ; The Germans and the German Press, by 
William Vocke ; Lovejoy, the Abolitionists, and Republican Party, by Benj. F. 
Shaw ; Address, by James M. Ruggles ; Lincoln and the Campaign of 1856, by 
Thomas J. Henderson ; Lincoln and the Anti-Know-Nothing Resolutions, by Geo. 
Schneider ; Abraham Lincoln, by John G. Nicolay ; The Whigs and Whig leaders 
of Illinois, by Isaac L. Morrison ; Address of Gen. John M. Palmer ; Biographical 
sketch of Governor Bissell, by Frank M. Elliot ; Official account of convention ; 
Telegrams ; Unofficial account of convention ; The " Lost Speech " of Abraham 
Lincoln at the Convention of 1856; Index. (1428 



198 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

OLD SETTLERS SOCIETY. 
Sprinfffleld, III. 

OLD SETTLERS SOCIETY. History of the early settlers of Sangamon County, 
Illinois. "Centennial record." By John Carroll Power and Sarah A. 
(Harris) Power. Under the auspices of the Old Settlers Society. Spring 
field, 111., 1876. 

8vo, pp. 797. Front. Port. Map. (1429 

PIONEER ASSOCIATION OF" WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. 

PIONEER ASSOCIATION OF WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Oration of G. D. A. Parks, to 
the Pioneer Association of Will County. August 2, 1882, being the anniver 
sary of the battle of Bad Axe, with the introductory remarks of G. H. 
Woodruff, president of the Association. Joliet, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 14. (143O 

PIONEER ASSOCIATION OF WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS. Sixth annual -reunion of the 
Will County Pioneer Association, September 1, 1886, being the semicenten 
nial of the organization of Will County, 1836-1886. Joliet, 1886. 
8vo, pp. 12. 

Contents : Addresses of George H. Woodruff and Judge G. D. A. Parks, with 
poem by Egbert Phelps and A. F. Kercheval. (1431 

THE SWEDISH-AMERICAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Chicago, III. 

The Swedish- American Historical Society was organized at % meeting held in 
the rooms of the Chicago Historical Society the 22d of July. 1905. At this 
meeting a constitution was adopted and a council elected. The Council 
organized, by the election of officers and committees, at a meeting held the 
29th of August. (I4i 

TRI-STATE OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, 

AND IOWA. 

TRI-STATE OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, AND IOWA. Report 
of the organization and first reunion of the Tri-State Old Settlers Associa 
tion of Illinois, Missouri, and Iowa, held October 2, 1884, at Keokuk, Iowa. 
Keokuk, 1384. 

8vo, pp. (2) 68. % (1432 

TRI-STATE OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, AND IOWA. Report 
of the second reunion, held September 30, 1885, in Keokuk, Iowa. Keokuk, 
[1884]. 

8vo, pp. 112. (1433 

TRI-STATE OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, AND IOWA. Report 

of the third reunion, held October 13, 1886, in Keokuk, Iowa. Keokuk, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 89. (1434 

TRI-STATE OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, AND IOWA. Report 

of the fourth reunion, held August 30, 1887, in Keokuk, Iowa. Keokuk, 

1887. 

8vo, pp. 84. (1435 



INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 199 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. 
Urbana, 111. 

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS. The University Studies. Vol. i. Nos. 1-10. Urbana. 

8vo. 

Vol i, No. 1. May, 1900. pp. 58. Abraham Lincoln : The evolution of his 
literary style. By Daniel Kilham Dodge. 

Vol. i, No. 2. April, 1901. pp. 18 [61-76]. The decline of the commerce 
of the port of New York. By Richard Price Morgan. 

Vol. i, No. 3. May, 1902. pp. 59 [79-135]. A statistical study of Illinois 
High Schools. By Frederick Gordon Bonser. 

Vol. i, No. 4. June, 1902. pp. 45 [139-181]. The genesis of the Grand Re 
monstrance from Parliament to King Charles I. By Henry Lawrence School- 
craft. 

Vol. i, No. 5. April, 1903. pp. 26 [185-208]. The artificial method for 
determining the ease and the rapidity of the digestion of meats. By Harry 
Sands Grindley and Timothy Mojonnier. (143 

Vol. i, No. 6. March, 1904. pp. 81 [213-289]. Illinois railway legislation 
and commission control since 1870. By Joseph Hinckley Gordon. With an 
introduction by M. B. Hammond. 

Vol. i. No. 7. pp. 44. The coals of Illinois ; Their composition and analysis. 
by S. W. Parr. (1437 

Vol. i, No. 8. pp. 53. The granger movement in Illinois. By A. E. Paine. 
Urbana, 1904. 

Vol. i, No. 9. pp. 58. The Illinois constitutional convention of 1862. By 
O. M. Dickerson. Urbana, 1905. 

Vol. i, No. 10. pp. 79. The progress of labor organization among women. 
By B. M. Herron. Urbana, 1905. (1438 

CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Jeffersonville, Ind. 

CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution and by-laws, adopted August 
7, 1903. 

12mo, pp. [4]. (1439 

CLARK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Clark County Historical Society. 

12mo, pp. [6]. No date. (144O 



HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF VI GO, INDIANA. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF VIGO, INDIANA. The anniversary lecture, 
pronounced before the Historical Society of the County of Vigo, Ind., on the 
14th of March, 1844, by Robert B. Croes. Cincinnati, 1845. 

8vo, pp. 23. (1441 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Facsimile of Secret Instructions of Patrick Henry 
to " Lieut. Col. George Rogers Clark." Dated Williamsburgh, January 2, 
1778. 

pp. 2 MS. No title-page. (1442 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse delivered before the Indiana His 
torical Society, in the hall of the house of representatives, at its annual 
meeting, on Saturday, llth Dec., by Andrew Wylie, D. I)., president of 
Indiana College. Published by request of the Society. Indianapolis: A. F. 
Morrison, printer, 1831. 
8vo, pp. 26. 

The above is a rather rambling address on the uses of history nothing local, 
or even in reference to America. (1443 



200 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. [Abstract from the Constitution and Proceedings 
of a Meeting, December 11, 1830, including the act of incorporation, and a 
circular from the corresponding secretary, January, 1831.] Indianapolis, 
1831. 

8vo, pp. 2. No title-page. (1444 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Lecture before the Society on The Early History 
of Indianapolis, etc. By Nathaniel Bolton. Indianapolis, 1853. 

8vo. pp. 20. (1445 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Indiana Historical Society Pamphlets. No. 

1. Indianapolis, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 25. 

Contents: The Laws and Courts of Northwest and Indiana Territories. By 
Daniel Waite Howe. (1446 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Indiana Historical Society Pamphlets. No. 

2. Indianapolis, 188G. 

8vo, pp. 20. 

Contents : Life and Services of John B. Dillon. By Gen. John Coburn. With 
a sketch by Judge Horace P. Biddle. (1447 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY; Indiana Historical Society Pamphlets. No. 

3. Indianapolis, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 25. 

Contents : The Acquisition of Louisiana. By Judge Thomas M. Cooley. 1887. 

(1448 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Indiana Historical Society Pamphlets. No. 

4. Indianapolis, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 32. 

Contents : Loughery s Defeat and Pigeon Roost Massacre, with introductory 
sketch. By Charles Martindale. (1449 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Indiana Historical Society Pamphlets. No. 

5. Indianapolis, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 91. 

Contents : A Descriptive Catalogue of the Official Publications of the Territory 
and State of Indiana from 1800 to 1800. Including references to the laws estab 
lishing the various State offices and institutions, and an index to official reports. 
By Daniel Waite Howe. (145O 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. i. [Nos. 1-9.] Indianapolis, 
1897. 

8vo, pp. 381. 

CONTENTS. 

I" It is the object of this volume to preserve all of the publications that 
appeared prior to 1886. Vol. n contains those since 1886."] 

No. 1. Proceedings of the Society, 1830-1886. 

No. 2. Northwest Territory : Letter of Nathan Dane concerning the ordinance 
of 1787 and Patrick Henry s secret letter of instruction to George Rogers 
Clark. 

No. 3. The uses of history, by Andrew Wylie. 

No. 4. The national decline of the Miami Indians, by John B. Dillon. 

No. 5. Early history of Indianapolis and Central Indiana, by Nathaniel 
Bolton. 

No. 6. Joseph G. Marshall, by John L. Campbell. 

No. 7. Judge John Law, by Charles Denby. 

No. 8. Archaeology, by E. T. Cox. 

No. 9. The early settlement of the Miami country, by Ezra Ferris. 

General Index. Index of names. (1451 



NORTHERN INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 201 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. n. [Nos. 1 to 12.] Indian 
apolis, 1895. 

8vo, pp. iii, 559. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. The laws and courts of Northwest and Indiana Territories, by Daniel 
Waite Howe. pp. 1-35. 

No. 2. Life and services of John B. Dillon, by John Coburn, with a sketch by 
Horace P. Biddle. pp. 37-62. 

No. 3. The acquisition of Louisiana, by Thomas M. Cooley. pp. 63-03. 

No. 4. Loughery s defeat and Pigeon Roost massacre, with introductory sketch, 
by Charles Martindale. pp. 95-134. 

No. 5. A descriptive catalogue of the official publications of the Territory 
and State of Indiana, from 1800 to 1890, by Daniel Waite Howe. pp. 135-230. 

No. 6. The rank of Charles Osborn as an anti-slavery pioneer, by George W. 
Julian, pp. 231-267. 

No. 7. The man in history, an oration for the Columbian year, by J. C. 
Ridpatb. pp. 269-316. 

No. 8. Ouiatanon, a study in Indiana history, by Oscar J. Craig, pp. 317- 
348. 

No. 9. Reminiscences of a journey to Indianapolis in the year 1836, by 
Judge C. P. Ferguson. Life of Ziba Foote, by Samuel Morrison, pp. 349-373. 

No. 10. " Old settlers," by Robert B. Duncan, pp. 375-402. 

No. 11. Documents relating to the French settlements on the Wabash, by 
Jacob Piatt Dunn. pp. 403-442. 

No. 12. Slavery petitions and papers, by Jacob Piatt Dunn. pp. 443-524. 

Index, pp. 531-559. (1452 

INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. in. Nos. 1-5. 1895-1903. 
Indianapolis. 

8vo, pp. 358, xliii. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1, 1895. A history of early Indianapolis masonry and of Center Lodge. 
By Will E. English, pp. 1-38. 

No. 2, 1897. Sieur De Vincennes, the founder of Indiana s oldest town. By 
Edmond Mallet, pp. 39-62. 

No. 3, 1900. Executive journal of Indiana territory, 1800-1816. Edited and 
annotated by WMlliam Wesley Woollen, Daniel Wait Howe, and Jacob Piatt 
Dunn. pp. 65-252, xliii. 

No. 4, 1902. The mission to the Ouabache. By Jacob Piatt Dunn. pp. 
255-330. Contains facsimile of letter of Sieur De Vincennes, 1733. 

No. 5, 1903. Fifty years in pharmacy. By George W. Sloan, pp. 333-358. 

(1458-1455 

NORTHERN INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
South Bend, Indiana. 

NORTHERN INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publication No. 1. The St. Joseph- 
Kankakee portage. Its location and use by Marquette, La Salle, and the 
French voyageurs. By George A. Baker. South Bend, Ind., The Society, 
1899. 

8vo, pp. [3]-48. Illus. Map. 

Read before the Society July 6, 1897. (145 

NORTHERN INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publication No. 2. The glacial phe 
nomena as exhibited in Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan and the 
resulting waterways. By Hugh T. Montgomery. South Bend, Indiana. 
June 1, 1899. 

8vo, pp. 20. (1457 



202 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

NORTHERN INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publication No. 3. The Indiana 
Supreme Court. With some account of the courts preceding it. Au his 
torical sketch. By Timothy E. Howard. South Bend, Indiana. March 1, 
1900. 

8vo, pp. 25. (1458 

OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF LAKE COUNTY, IND. 

OLD SETTLERS ASSOCIATION OF LAKE COUNTY, IND. Lake County, Indiana, 1884: 
an account of the semi-centennial celebration of Lake County, September 
3 and 4, with historical papers and other interesting records prepared for 
this volume. T. H. Ball, editor and publisher for the Old Settlers Asso 
ciation of Lake County. Crown Point, Ind., 1884. 

12mo, pp. 487. Illustrated. (1459 

VINCENNES HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 

VINCENNES HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. Address delivered before 
the Society, February 22, 1839. by Judge Law. Louisville, Kentucky, 1839. 
8vo, pp. 48. Folded map. 

On the Colonial History of Vincennes. Reprinted with notes and illustrations 
in 1858, as below. (146O 

VINCENNES HISTORICAL AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The Colonial History of 
Vincennes, under the French, British, and American Governments, from its 
first settlement to the Territorial administration of William Henry Harri 
son, being an address by Judge Law. before the Vincennes Historical and 
, Antiquarian Society, February 22, 1839, with additional notes and illustra 
tions. Vincennes, 1858. 

8vo, pp. viii, 156 (1). (1461 

WAYNE COUNTY, INDIANA, HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Richmond, Ind. 

WAYNE COUNTY, INDIANA, HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers. Vol. i. No. 1. The 
naming of Indiana. By Cyrus W. Hodgin. Richmond, Indiana, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 16. (1462 



HAWK EYE PIONEER ASSOCIATION OF DES MOINES COUNTY. 

HAWK EYE PIONEER ASSOCIATION OF DBS MOINES COUNTY. Constitution ; witli 
a full report of the proceedings of its first annual festival, June 2, 1858. 
Burlington, 1858. 

8vo, pp. 54. (1463 

HAWK EYE PIONEER ASSOCIATION OF DES MOINES COUNTY. Constitution; ap 
pended a list of members, giving the date of the first settlement of each in 
Iowa. Compiled by E. C. Blackmar. Burlington, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 15. (1464 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF LINN COUNTY \IOWA]. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF LINN COUNTY (Iowa). Senator Lewis Fields Linn. By 
E. R. Burkhalter. A paper read before the Society September 22, 1904. 

Title taken from Iowa Journal of History, 1904, p. 616. (1465 



HISTORICAL SOCIETIES IN IOWA. 203 

, 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF LINN COUNTY. Proceedings. Edited by Albert N. Har- 
bert. Volume i, 1904-5. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1905. 
12mo, pp. 176. 

Contents : Constitution and by-laws ; Officers ; Members ; Proceedings ; Re 
ports ; A contribution to the history of Cornell College, by William Harmon 
Norton ; Lewis Fields Linn, by Edward Read Burkhalter ; Early steamboating 
on the Cedar, by Barthinius L. Wick ; Reminiscences of the First Constitu 
tional Convention of Iowa, by Samuel Wallace Durham ; Nils C. Boye, first Nor 
wegian settler in Linn county, by Barthinius L. Wick ; Early history of Western 
College, by Jessie Abner Runkle ; Memorial addresses ; Biographical sketches. 

(1465u 

LOUISA COUNTY, IOWA, PIONEER SETTLERS ASSOCIATION. 

LOUISA COUNTY, IOWA, PIONEER SETTLERS ASSOCIATION. Constitution and By- 
Laws. Iowa City, 1860. 

8vo. (1466 

LOUISA COUNTY, IOWA, PIONEER SETTLERS ASSOCIATION. Proceedings at Third 
Annual Festival. Iowa City, 1861. 

8vo. (1467 

MADISON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Wintcrset, Iowa. 

MADISON COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

During the winter of 1904-5 the Society had 500 copies of its constitution 
and by-laws printed. Cf. Iowa Journal of History and Politics, July, 1005, p. 
492. (1468 

OLD SETTLERS SOCIETY OF MUSCATINE COUNTY, IOWA. 

OLD SETTLERS SOCIETY OF MUSCATINE COUNTY, IOWA. Old Settlers anniversary, 
September 8, 1886 ; Picnic and excursion to the mouth of Pine Creek ; List 
of the excursionists ; Speeches, etc. Muscatine, 1886. 
8vo, pp. 7. No title-page. 

Contains address by the president, Rev. Joseph P. Walton. (1469 

OLD SETTLERS SOCIETY OF MUSCATINE COUNTY, IOWA. Old Settlers reunion. 
The pioneers picnic at Cherry Bluff, August 31, 1887. [Muscatine, Iowa], 
1887. 

8vo, pp. 6. No title-page. 

Contains the address of rhe president, Rev. Joseph P. Walton, and the other 
proceedings. ( 147O 

OLD SETTLERS SOCIETY OF MUSCATINE COUNTY, IOWA. Old Settlers celebration 
of Iowa s semi-centennial, held July 4, 1888, in Muscatine. Muscatine, 
Iowa, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 6. (1471 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. 
Des Moines, Iowa. 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. A brief history of the organiza 
tion, and proceedings, of the Reunions of 1886 and 1899. Des Monies, 1890. 
8vo, pp. 44. (1472 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Proceedings and Papers of .the 
Second Reunion of the Pioneer Law-Makers of Iowa, February 27-29, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 45-167. (1473 



204 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Reunion of 1892. Des Moines, 
1893. 

8vo, pp. 171. Portrait. (1474 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Reunion of 1894. Des Moines, 
1894. 

8vo, pp. 164. Portraits. (1475 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Proceedings. Reunion of 1896. 
Des Moines, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 66. (1476 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Reunion of 1898. Sixth biennial 
session. Des Moines, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 184. Portraits. 

Contains : A glimpse of the personnel of the House of 1864 and the Senate 
of 1866, by Edward II. Stiles ; The constitutional convention of 1857, by Lewis 
Todhunter ; The Spirit Lake relief expedition of 1857, by John F. Buncombe ; 
Recollections of pioneers days in Iowa, by S. A. Moore ; The Iowa frontier 
during the rebellion, by R. A. Smith ; Surviving officers of the territorial and 
State governments from 1838 to 1858, by B. F. Gue ; The Iowa Board of Educa 
tion, by T. B. Perry. (1477 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Reunion of 1900. Seventh bien 
nial session. Des Moines, 1900. 
8vo, pp. 102. 

Contains : Territorial legislature of 1838, by Theo. S. Parvin ; Progressive 
Iowa, by A. B. F. Hildreth. (1478 

PIONEER LAW-MAKERS ASSOCIATION OF IOWA. Reunion of 1902, held at Des 
Moines, Feb. 12 and 13, 1902. Eighth biennial session. Published by 
authority of the State of Iowa. Des Moines, 1902. 
8vo, pp. 131. Portrait. Plate. 

Contains : Recollections of the Seventh General Assembly, by B. F. Gue ; 
Removal of State capital to Des Moines, by Isaac Brandt. (1479 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Constitution, adopted at Iowa City, Feb. 
7, 1857. By-laws adopted April 7, 1869. Iowa City, 1869. 

12mo, pp. 16. (148O 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. First Annual Report for 1857. Des 
Moines, Iowa, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 8. 

Second Biennial Report. * * * Des Moines, 1860. 8vo, pp. 13. 

Third Biennial Report. * * * Des Moines, 1862. 8vo, pp. 12. 

Fourth Biennial Report. * * * Des Moines, 1864. 8vo, pp. 9. 

Fifth Biennial Report. * * * Des Moines, 1866. 8vo, pp. 15. 

Sixth Biennial Report. * * * Des Moines, 1868. 8vo, pp. 30. Pages 
1924 contain index to the Annals from its commencement, January, 1863. 

Seventh Biennial Report, * * * for period ending December 1, 1869. 
Des Moines, 1871. 8vo, pp. 14. 

Eighth Biennial Report, * * * for period ending December 1, 1871. 
Des Moines, 1872. 8vo, pp. 24. 

Ninth Biennial Report, * * * for period ending November 2, 1873. Des 
Moines, 1873. 8vo, pp. 19. 

Tenth Biennial Report, * * * November 15, 1875. Des Moines, 1875. 

8vo, pp. 50. Pages 35-50 contain " The Philosophy of the History of the Lou 
isiana Purchase," and address before the Society, June 29, 1874, by Henry Clay 
Dean. 

Eleventh Biennial Report * * * 1877. Des Moines, 1877. 8vo, pp. 9. 

Twelfth Biennial Report * * * 1879. Des Moines, 1880. 8vo, pp. 13. 

Thirteenth Biennial Report * * * 1881. Des Moines, 1882. 8vo, pp. 51. 
Includes reprints of first annual report, and second, third, and fourth biennial 
reports. 

Fourteenth Biennial Report * * * 1883. Des Moines, 1883. 8vo, pp. 52. 

Fifteenth Biennial Report * * * 1885. Des Moines, 1885. 8vo, pp. 14. 



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Sixteenth Biennial Report * * * 1887. Des Moines, 1887. 8vo, pp. 16. 
Seventeenth Biennial Report of the Board of Curators of the Society to the 
Governor of the State, 1889. Des Moines, 1889, 8vo, pp. 28. 

Eighteenth Biennial Report * * * 1891. Des Moines, 1891. 8vo, pp. 23. 
Nineteenth Biennial Report * * * 1892. Des Moines, 189.3. 8vo, pp. 7. 
Twentieth Biennial Report * * * 1895. Des Moines, 1895. 8vo, pp. 14. 
Twenty-first Biennial Report, 1897. Des Moines, Iowa, 1897. 8vo, pp. 13. 
Twenty-second Biennial Report, 1899. Des Moines, Iowa, 1899. 8vo, pp. 12. 
Twenty-third Biennial Report, 1901. Des Moines, Iowa, 1901. 8vo, pp. 12. 
Twenty-fourth Biennial Report, 1903. Des Moines, Iowa, 1903. 8vo, pp. 30. 
Contained also in Iowa documents, 1904, vol. 3. (14S1-149G 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. A historical quarterly, 
v. [1]-12, 1863-74; new ser., v. 1-3, 1882-84; 3d ser., v. 1-vi. Apr., 1893- 
Jiin., 1905. Iowa City [etc.], 1863-1905. 
8vo, illus., plates, ports., maps, facsims. 

The first series was published in Davenport with the exception of nos. 1-4 
(v. [1]) and 9-12 (v. [3]), which were published in Iowa City; the new series 
was published in Iowa City ; the third series in Des Moines by the Historical 
department of Iowa. 

" The first series of the Annals of Iowa * * * published by the State 
Historical Society, was edited respectively by S. S. Howe, T. S. Parvin, Freder 
ick Lloyd, and S. W. Huff. * * * The second series * * * Wrts chiefly 
the work of S. S. Howe, by whom it was privately published. * * * The 
third series * * * issued from the Historical department of Iowa must 
ever be regarded as a monument to the foresight * * * of its founder and 
editor, the Hon. Charles Aldrich." Iowa Journal of History and Politics, v. 
1, p. 83. (1497 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The Annals of the State Historical Society 
of Iowa. 1863. Nos. 1-4. [Vol. i.] Iowa City, 1863. 

8vo, pp. 192. 

Contents : Introductory article ; History of Scott county, Iowa, by Willard 
Barrows ; Sketch of George L. Davenport, by the editor ; History of the regi 
mental flag of the first Iowa Volunteer Infantry, by Allen Broonihall ; Memoir 
of Antoine Le Claire, esquire, of Davenport, Iowa, by the editor ; Wa-kon-shuts- 
kee s scalping knife, by Eliphalet Price. (1498 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. Vol. n. 1864. Nos. v-vm. 

8vo, pp. 193-384. 

No. vi, April, 1864, is missing. 

Contents : Personal sketch of Hiram Price, of Davenport, Iowa, by Samuel 
Storrs Howe ; Sketch of Col. D. S. Wilson, of the sixth reg t of Iowa Volunteer 
Cavalry, by S. S. Howe ; Biographical sketch of Brigadier-General Benjamin 
Stone Roberts, by S. S. Howe ; History of Scott county, Iowa, by Willard Bar 
rows ; Iowa newspapers, 1864, by T. S. Parvin ; History of Davis county, Iowa, 
by Hosea B. Horn ; History of Marshall county ; History of the Congregational 
Church of Dubuque, by John C. Holbrook ; Address delivered before the Hawk- 
eye Pioneer Association of Des Moines county, Iowa, June 2d, 1858, by Charles 
Mason ; Numismatic collection of Alfred Sanders ; Great seal of Iowa, by E. W. 
Eastman; A biographical sketch of Captain Hosea B. Horn, of Bloomfield, by 
S. S. Howe; Constitution of the Society of First Settlers of Muscatine County, 
Iowa; History of the first Presbyterian Church of Muscatine, Iowa, by E. L. 
Belden. (1499 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. Vol. in. 1865. Nos. 

IX-XII. 

8vo, pp. 385-576. 

Contents : Biographical sketch of Samuel A. Rice, by L. D. Ingersoll ; History 
of Davis county, by Hosea B. Horn ; Constitution of the Pioneer Settlers Asso 
ciation of Scott county ; Proceedings of the State Historical Society ; Sketch 
of Iowa territory, 1838-40 ; History of the Iowa state orphan asylum ; Sketches 
of the Sac and Fox Indians, and the early settlement of Wapello county, by 
Uriah Biggs ; Sketch of Henry Rowe Schoolcraft ; Iowa territorial legislature, 
by T. S. Parvin ; Sketch of James L. Langworthy ; Dubuque in early times, by 
Eliphalet Price ; A sermon on the history of the First Congregational Church 
of Lyons, Iowa, by Geo. F. Magoun ; Sketches from the history of Polk county, 
Iowa, by H. B. Turrell ; The trial and execution of Patrick O Conner at the 
Dubuque mines in the summer of 1834, by Eliphalet Price. (150O 



206 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

STATE HISTOKICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. Vol. iv. 1866. 

8vo, pp. 577-768. 

Contents : History of Davis county, by Hosea B. Horn ; Wakon Decorah, by 
Eliphalet Price ; First re-union festival of the Early Settlers Association of 
Dubuque county ; The army of the southwest, and the first campaign in Arkan 
sas, by Sam l Prentis Curtis ; The first election held in the county of Clay 
ton, by Eliphalet Price ; John Brown among the Pedee Quakers, by Frederick 
Lloyd ; John Q. Wilds, by James P. C. Poulton ; The origin and interpretation 
of the names of the rivers and streams of Clayton county, by Eliphalet Price ; 
The southern boundary of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; Memoir of Marcellus Monroe 
Crocker. (15O1 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. Vol. v. 1867. 

8vo, pp. 769-972. 

Contents : The army of the south-west, and the first campaign in Arkansas, 
by Samuel Prentis Curtis ; Southern boundary of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; The 
origin and interpretation of the names of the rivers and streams of Clayton 
county, by Eliphalet Price ; Sketch of Francis Jay Herron ; Some characteristic 
features in the history of southwestern Iowa, by Charles A. White ; Icaria ; 
Recollections of the early settlement of Lee county, by Isaac R. Campbell ; 
Sketches of history and incidents connected with the settlement of Wapello 
county, from 1843 to 1859, inclusive, by G. D. R. Boyd ; The eighth regiment 
Iowa infantry and its colonel, James L. Geddes, at Spanish Fort, Alabama, by 
Sanford W. Huff ; State educational institutions of Iowa; Index to the Annals, 
from its commencement, January, 1863. (15O2 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. Vol. vi. 1868. Daven 
port. 

8vo, pp. 352. 

Contents : The army of the south-west, and the first campaign in Arkansas, 
by Sam l Prentis Curtis ; The early history of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; Indian 
mounds, by Charles A. White ; History of Johnson county, Iowa, by F. M. 
Irish; Sketches of history and incidents connected with the settlement of 
Wapello county, from 1843 to 1859, inclusive, by G. D. R. Boyd ; Sketches and 
incidents relating to. the settlement of Louisa county, by Wm. L. Toole ; Inci 
dents of prison life in 1862, by E. M. Van Duzee ; Of the origin, antiquity, and 
object of the mounds of the Mississippi, by Eliphalet Price ; Battle at Athens, 
Missouri, by G. C. Beaman ; Recollections of the early settlement of Lee county, 
by J. C. Parrott ; The twenty-second Iowa infantry at Vicksburg, by Joseph E. 
Griffith ; Sketch of James M. Tuttle, by Sanford W. Huff ; Laws relating to 
the Society ; Madison county, by Henry J. Cummings ; History of Mahaska 
county, with its cities and towns, by W. A. Hunter. (15O3 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. Vol. vn. 1869. Daven 
port. 

8vo, pp. 407. 

Contents : Index ; The army of the south-west, and of the first campaign in 
Arkansas, by Samuel Prentis Curtis ; The early history of Iowa, by Charles Ne 
gus ; Histoi y of Mahaska county, by W. A. Hunter ; History of Jackson county, 
collated by F. Snyder ; The first newspaper and printing press in Iowa from 
the Dubuque Herald; Medical department of the Iowa State University, by 
S. W. Huff ; A trip to the Great Red Pipestone Quarry, by C. A. White ; Hum 
mer s bell, by Sanford W. Huff ; History of Washington county, by Irving A. 
Keck ; In memoriam, D. Franklin Wells : Iowa developments and resources, 
by Samuel Merrill ; Annual meeting of the Society ; Peter Justice a chapter 
from the unwritten history of Cedar county, by Wm. H. Tuthill ; The Indian 
tribes of the west, their language, religion and traditions, by Isaac Galland ; 
The pioneers of Marion county, by William M. Donnel ; History of Webster 
county, by William Williams ; Rise and progress of business education in 
Iowa, by J. Schrock ; Recollection of the early settlement of N. W. Iowa, by 
N. Levering ; A sketch of Clark county, Iowa, by P. S. Parks ; North and south 
railroads in Iowa, by C. W. Irish ; The war and abolition in Missouri, by 
Samuel Prentis Curtis, (J5O4 



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STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. 1870-1871. [Vote, vin 
and ix. 1 Davenport, 1871. 

8vo, pp. (4), 713. 

Vol. vin, pp. 392. 

Contents : The early history of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; History of Linn 
county, by F. Snyder : The maniac of the border (Donald McMullen), by 
Eliphalet Price ; Recollection of the early settlement of northwestern Iowa, by 
N. Levering ; Pioneers of Marion county, by Win.. M. Donnel ; Robert Lucas, 
the first governor of Iowa ; Report of campaign against Major General Sterling 
Price in October and November, 1864 ; Proceedings of the annual meeting ; 
The Woodbridge sell, a chapter from the unpublished history of Cedar county, 
by Wm. H. Tuthill ; Early days in Keokuk, by Hawkins Taylor ; The Des Moines 
rapids of the Mississippi river, and its improvements, by J. E. Griffith ; General 
James A. Williamson, by L. D. Ingersoll : The Garry Owen vote, by Wm. H. 
Tuthill ; History of Louisa county, by William L. Toole ; Squatters and specu 
lators at the first land sales, by Hawkins Taylor ; Scenes in the early history 
of Iowa, the conquest of Sodom, by Eliphalet Price ; Recollections of thirty- 
four years ago, by Hawkins Taylor ; The Musquakas of Tama county, by John 
Doe ; History of Marshall county, by Nettie Sanford ; Sketch of General John 
Edwards. (15O5 

Vol. ix, pp. 393-713. 

Contents : The early history of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; History of Marshall 
county, by Nettie Sanford : Pioneers of Marion county, by Wm. M. Donnel ; 
"The Big Bottom" or "North Bend" of the Iowa river, by N. Zeller ; Col. 
John A. Garrett, by A. K. Campbell ; Musical conventions, by H. S. Perkins ; 
Before and after the territorial organization of Iowa, by Hawkins Taylor ; 
Recollections of the early settlement of North-western Iowa, by N. Levering ; 
Lynch law at the Dubuque mines, by Eliphalet Price; Report of the campaign 
against Major General Sterling Price, in October and November, 1864 ; Arwin s set 
tlement, by Wm. L. Toole; Sketch of Charles Negus ; Notes on the early history of 
Pottawattamie county, by D. C. Bloomer ; The magnesian limestone of Iowa 
as a building stone, by J. E. Griffith : Memorial of G. I). A. Hebard ; Sketch of 
Governor John Chambers ; Reminiscences of twenty-seven years ago, by Edmund 
Booth; A sketch of the life .of Rev. Henry F. Scholte. by William M. Donnel; 
Law ministers of the olden time, by Hawkins Taylor ; The early bar of Lee 
county (from the Daily Constitution, Keokuk) ; The first democratic legisla 
tive caucus in the state of Iowa, by Lysander W. Babbitt; The importance of 
the Mississippi river to the state of Iowa and the northwest, by J. E. Griffith ; 
Early education of Iowa mutes, by E. Booth ; A politician of the primary days 
(S. C. Hastings), by Hawkins Taylor. (15O6 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. 1872-1873. [Vols. x and 
xi.] Davenport, 1873. 

8vo, pp. iv, 634. 

Vol. x, pp. 320. 

Contents : Index to volumes x and XT ; Philip Viele biographical sketch, by 
D. F. Miller ; The early history of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; Early men and 
early days recalled, by Hawkins Taylor ; Recollections of the early settlement of 
northwestern Iowa, by N. Levering ; Notes on the history of Pottawattamie 
county, by D. C. Bloomer ; Sketch of Franklin county, by Nettie Sanford ; 
Memorial speech, by James Grant, at the fifteenth annual festival of the Scott 
County Pioneer Settlers Association ; The Iowa State Normal Academy of 
Music, at Iowa City; Early times in Iowa, by Charles Negus: History of Musca- 
tine, by Suel Foster ; Serranus Clinton Hastings, by James Parton ; The first 
democratic legislative caucus in the state of Iowa, by Lysander W. Babbitt ; 
Biographical sketch of Theodore S. Parvin, General Jesse B. Brown, by Hawkins 
Taylor ; Incidents relating to the early settlement of Marion county, by William 
M. Donnell ; Early historical sketch of Iowa ; John M. Perry, by P. M. Cassady ; 
Old Settlers Association of Cedar county. (15O7 

Vol xi, 8vo, pp. 321-634. 

Contents : The early history of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; Notes on the history 
of Pottawattamie county, by D. C. Bloomer; Recollections of the early settle 
ment of northwestern Iowa, by N. Levering; Incidents connected with, the early 
settlement of Marion county, by W. M. Donnel ; Iowa : her resources and attrac 
tions ; Pioneer Association of Van Buren county ; Cedar county Old Settlers 



208 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

meeting and festival ; Origin of our Missouri war (1839) in a land grab, by 
Suel Foster ; The ancestry and youth of Governor Grimes, by William Salter ; A 
mysterious disappearance and timely discovery (Melancthon Knight), by Hawkins 
Taylor ; The river of the mounds, by Charles Negus ; An address commemo 
rative of the two hundredth anniversary of the discovery of Iowa by Marquette 
and Joliet, by William Salter ; Early settlement of Marion county, by Wm. M. 
Donnel ; Sketch of James Grant; Sketch of Samuel J. Kirkwood. (15O8 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. Vol. xn. 1874. 
8vo, pp. 320. 

Contents : Early history of Iowa, by Charles Negus ; Memoir of Madison 
Young, by P. M. Casady ; Sketch of D. C. Bloomer, by John H. Keatley ; Ana- 
mosa origin of its name, by E. Booth ; Notes on the history of Pottawattamie 
county, by D. C. Bloomer ; Report of campaign against Major General Sterling 
Price, in October and November, 1864; Biographical sketch of Amos Dean; The 
philosophy of the history of the Louisiana purchase, by Henry Clay Dean ; 
Biographical sketch of William Edward Miller ; The river of the mounds, by 
Charles Negus. (15O9 

ANNALS OF IOWA. New series. Vol. i. 1882. Edited and published by Samuel 
Storrs Howe. 

8vo, pp. 134, iv. Portraits. 

Contents : A memoir of Indian names in Iowa, with their significance, by S. S. 
Howe ; Indian mounds- questionable antiquity ; Unwritten history of Bloom- 
ington (now Muscatine) in early days, by J. P. Walton; Early settlers, where 
and how they lived before 1840, by J. P. Walton ; Memoir of William G. Coop, 
by A. R. Fulton ; Injurious insects of 1881, by Alice B. Walton ; Index to vol. i. 

(151O 

Vol. ii. 1883. 8vo, pp. 128. 

Contents : Dispensation of the Holy Spirit, with historical recollections of 
the first presbytery in Iowa, by S. S. Howe ; Southwestern Iowa Fremont 
county, descriptive and historical, by A. R. Fulton ; Incidents in the early 
settlement of Mills county, by A. R. Fulton ; Early journalism in Iowa, by A. R. 
Fulton. (1511 

Vol. in. 1884. 8vo, pp. 124. 

Contents : Early schools in Iowa, by T. S. Parvin ; " Baneemyism," some inci 
dents in the early settlement of Monona county, by A. R. Fulton ; Early school 
legislation in Iowa, by T. S. Parvin ; Van Buren county, some notes of its early 
history, by A. R. Fulton ; Iowa and Andersonville, by B. F. Gue ; Women in 
Iowa, by Jennie McGowen. (1512 

Nos. 15101512 were not published by the society but are entered here to 
preserve the continuity of the series. 

HISTORICAL DEPARTMENT OF IOWA. Annals of Iowa. An Historical Quarterly. 

Published by the Historical Department of Iowa. Third Series. Vol. i. 

1893-1S95. Des Monies. 

8vo, pp. 682. Portraits. 

Contents : Recollections of Iowa men and affairs, by Hiram Price ; The 
twenty-fourth Iowa volunteers, from Muscatine to Winchester, by Th/id. L. 
Smith ; The search for a shilling true story of territorial days, by Allie M. 
Letts ; Life and death of Theodore Guelich, by B. F. Gue ; Gen. Nathaniel B. 
Baker, by B. F. Gue ; The charge on Battery Robinet, by Cyrus C. Carpenter ; 
Lost in a snow storm, by William Larrabee ; A pioneer of territorial times 
reminiscences of Kishkekosh county, by B. F. Gue ; The chain of title to Iowa, 
Notable deaths ; Major-General G. M. Dodge, by Cyrus C. Carpenter ; Who 
wrote the poem " There is no death " letter from J. L. McCreery ; Chief 
Justice Caleb Baldwin, by George G. Wright; Anent the constitution of Iowa; 
The Iowa dog law of 1862 ; Justice Samuel Freeman Miller, by Henry Strong ; 
The work of the Wisconsin Historical Society, by Reuben Gold Thwaites ; The 
State bank of Iowa, by Hiram Price ; Geological map of Iowa, by Charles R. 
Keyes; History of the Bahama Expedition, by C. C. Nutting; The outgoing and 
incoming governors, Horace Boies and Frank D. Jackson ; Senator James B. 
Howell, by Sam. M. Clark ; The Des Moines river land grant, by C. H. Gatch ; 
Lauman s charge at Jackson, by Geo. W. Crosley ; A great historical mono 
graph, History of the Amana Society or Community of true inspiration, by 
Wm. Rufus Perkins review by J. L. Pickard ; The great blizzard of 1856, by 
Jno. M. Brainard ; An Indian treaty and its negotiation, by Alfred Hebard ; 






ANNALS OP IOWA. 209 

Recollections of C. F. Clarkson ; Zimri Streeter " Old Black Hawk," by Peter 
Melendy : Governor John Chambers, by W. Penn Clarke ; The twenty-fourth 
Iowa volunteers, from Winchester to Davenport, by Chas. L. Longley ; Rev. 
Samuel Clarke, the pioneer Methodist clergyman of southeastern Iowa, by Sam! 
M. Clark ; The genesis of a national lyric, " The Cumberland ;" James W. 
Grimes, Governor and Senator, by Cyrus C. Carpenter; "The Iowa Band" of 
1843, by Geo. F. Magoun ; Pike s explorations ; Fifty-two years in Iowa, by 
W. P. Howe; Study of the character and life work of James W. Grimes, by 
Cyrus C. Carpenter ; Removing the battle flags ; The public services of Hiram 
Price, by B. F. Gue ; Fort Armstrong, by Maria Peck ; Letters of William 
Clark and Nathaniel Pryor, by Elliott Cones, 1807 ; The sad war experiences 
of two Iowa brothers, by. II. I. Smith ; The southern boundary of Iowa, by 
Frank E. Landers ; The border war between Iowa and Missouri, on the boundary 
question, by Alfred Hebard ; The rush to arms in 1861, by W. S. Moore ; 
Editorial department ; Index. (1513 

ANNALS OF IOWA. Third series. Vol. n. 1895-1897. 

8vo, pp. 664. Portraits. Published by the Historical Department of Iowa. 

Contents : Major-General John M. Corse, by William Salter ; Historico- 
geographical notes on the Mississippi river, from Cass Lake to Lake Itasca, by 
Elliott Coues ; General Samuel A. Rice at Jenkins Ferry, by John F. Lacey ; 
The Twenty-fourth Iowa volunteers, from Winchester to Davenport, by Chas L. 
Longley ; Keokuk s first village in Iowa, by J. P. Walton ; Destruction of Iowa 
lakes ; Early recollections of Keokuk county, by J. D. Haworth ; The Spirit 
Lake and Okoboji monument ; New publications ; Notable deaths ; General 
Joseph M. Street, by Wm. B. Street : Major William Williams, by Cyrus C. 
Carpenter ; The Yewell portrait of Charles Mason ; Indian tribes in Iowa 
before 1846, by J. L. Pickard ; Attorney-General Remley on the destruction of 
Iowa lakes ; The naming of Iowa counties, by 1 . M. Casady ; Captain Thomas 
Drummond, by Charles Aldrich ; Recollections of early territorial days, by 
Alfred Hebard ; The quarrel between Gov. Lucas and Secretary Conway, by 
T. S. Parvin ; A statesman and philanthropist, James F. Wilson ; A character 
istic order of General Scott ; A pro-slavery letter, by John C. Calhoun ; Josiah 
Bushnell Grinnell, by L. F. Parker ; Opening an Iowa county, by John M. 
Brainard ; Sergeant Charles Floyd, by George W. Wakefield ; A primitive 
capitol building; The first white man in Iowa, by M. M. Ham; An epoch in 
the history of American science, by Charles R. Keyes ; Samuel Storrs Howe, by 
Frederick Lloyd ; Statutory adoption of the common law in the west and 
herein of its introduction into Iowa ; General Ed. Wright, by Charles Aldrich ; 
Van Caldwell, by George G. Wright ; The old capitol at Belmont, by J. L. 
Pickard ; The first things in Iowa, by L. F. Andrews ; General Robert Lucas, by 
T. S. Parvin ; How men feel in battle recollections of a private at Champion 
Hills, by S. H. M. Byers ; Black Hawk, by Mrs. W. F. Peck; The word 
" Iowa " what it means, by L. F. Andrews ; Visit of Abraham Lincoln to 
Iowa ; Mrs. Ann E. Harlan late wife of ex-Senator James Harlan, sketch of her 
work for the soldiers ; Historical address in commemoration of the fiftieth anni 
versary of the adoption of the State constitution of Iowa, by Wm. Salter ; Elijah 
Sells, by John M. Davis ; An Iowa fugitive-slave law, in the Supreme Court, 
July, 1839 ; Mrs. Ada North, librarian ; The old blockhouse in Council Bluffs, 
by D. C. Bloomer ; Recollections of Judge Francis Springer ; The Mormons in 
Iowa, by D. C. Bloomer ; Government surveying in early Iowa, by Ira Cook ; 
Margaret McDonald Stanton, by Dora Sayles Osborn ; Celebration of the semi 
centennial of the State at Burlington, Oct. 1-8, 1896, by William Salter ; Ap 
prehended Indian troubles, unpublished letter of Gov. J. W. Grimes, Jan. 3, 
1855 ; Slavery in Iowa territory, by A. W. Harlan ; Facsimile of a letter by 
Admiral Farragut, Jany. 4, 1863; The Indian chief Wapello ; Editorial depart 
ment ; Index. (1514 

ANNALS OF IOWA. Third series. Vol. in. 1897-1899. Des Monies. 

8vo, pp. 672. Illustrated. Published by the Historical Department of Iowa. 

Contents : Pleistocene Iowa, by Samuel Calvin ; The battle of Pleasant Hill, 
Louisiana, by A. J. Barkley ; A historic reunion of the surviving members of 
the Constitutional Convention of 1857 : Addresses by George G. Wright and 
Francis Springer ; The honorable Alfred Hebard, by William Salter ; An Iowa 
missionary patriarch, Asa Turner, by George F. Magoun ; History of lead and 
zinc mining in Iowa, by Arthur G. Leonard : The Reunion of 1882 of the Iowa 
Constitutional Convention ; Facsimile reproduction of Abraham Lincoln s accept- 

H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 14 



210 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ance of his second election as President of the United States ; Notable deaths ; 
The Grinnell cyclone of June 17, 1882, by S. II. Herrick ; Plan of Ft. 
Madison, 1808 ; Fort Madison, an article prepared at the War Department, 
Washington ; The geological surveys of Iowa, by Charles R. Keyes ; Some points 
in Indian history, by D. M. Browning ; Indians claim damages for a road through 
their territory, speeches by Indian chiefs and the Gov. of Iowa ; Apprehended 
Indian troubles, unpublished letter, by Gov. James W. Grimes, 3d Dec., 1855 ; 
Pres. Grant s Des Moines address ; New light on early history, by S. B. Evans ; 
How Burlington became the second capital of Wisconsin territory and the 
first capital of Iowa territory ; An act to regulate blacks and mulattoes in the 
territory of Iowa ; Genesis of the Iowa homestead law ; Primitive man of Iowa 
and how he lived, by Charles H. Robinson ; President Grant s Des Moines ad 
dress, by L. F. Parker, with a facsimile reproduction ; Reuben Noble, by T. H. 
Studebaker ; The Iowa Board of Education, by T. B. Perry ; Unpublished mes 
sage by Gov. Lucas ; Mahaska county s first school, by Mrs. T. G. Phillips ; 
Letters of Henry Dodge to Gen. George W. Jones, 1832-1858, edited by Wm. 
Salter ; Organizing the county of Iowa ; An echo from Spirit Lake ; Pella 
a bit of Holland in America, by Cyrenus Cole; Samuel Murdock, by Marion 
Murdock ; Recollections of slave days, by S. II. M. Byers ; The ownership of 
Aerolites, a decision by the Iowa Supreme Court ; A chapter of pioneer history, 
by Cyrus C. Carpenter ; The burial of a war chief, by Horace M. Rebok ; Fac 
simile of a military order of Gen. Washington, March 9th, 1778; Some letters 
by Gov. Kirkwood, 1861 ; Institutional beginnings in a western state, by Jesse 
Macy ; Fort Des Moines (No. 1), Iowa, article prepared at the War Dept. ; 
Reminiscences of Gen. James C. Parrott, by Mary R. Whitcomb; The battle 
of Pleasant Hill, by Wm. T. Shaw ; Major-General Frederick Steele, by John 
F. Lacey ; Another chapter of pioneer history, by Samuel W. Durham ; The 
early schools and teachers of Iowa, by T. S. Parvin ; Dr. Sylvester Grinnell 
Matson, by Charles Aldrich ; The case of Mr. Lorin(g) Wheeler, by Benja 
min F. Shambaugh ; John Brown s last visit to Tabor, by J. E. Todd ; Darwin 
Robert Merritt, by H. E. Deemer ; Col. William T. Shaw, biographical sketch ; 
The Spirit Lake expedition, by C. C. Carpenter, John F. Duncombe, Charles B. 
Richards, John N. Maxwell, Frank R. Mason, Michael Sweeney, W. K. Laughlin, 
Charles Aldrich, Sarah W. Collins, Abbie Gardner Sharp, and Harry Hoover ; 
Des Moines river and origin of the name, by Charles R. Keyes ; Rt. Rev. Mathias 
Loras, D. D., first bishop of Dubuque, by B. C. Lenehan ; A chapter of Indian 
history, by Ida M. Street ; Judge Henry B. Hendershott, by Edward H. Stiles ; 
Iowa s treasury deficit in the light of the constitutional debates, by Frank I. 
Harriott ; The origin of the name Iowa, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh ; Editorial 
department ; Index. (1515 

ANNALS OF IOWA. Third series. Vol. iv. 1899-1901. Des Moines. 

8vo, pp. 665. Illustrated. Published by the Historical Department of Iowa. 

Contents : Historical sketch of the State .University of Iowa, by J. L. Pick- 
ard ; The death of Black Hawk, by Willard Barrows ; Notable deaths ; Iowa 
Historical Building laying of corner-stone, April 17, 1899 ; Addresses by 
A. B. F. Hildreth, James Harlan, John A. Kasson, Theodore S. Parvin, Charles 
Aldrich; The Iowa fugitive slave case, by George Frazee ; To the citizens of 
the mining country [a hand-bill from the letters and papers of Gen. George W. 
Jones] ; What glaciers have done for Iowa, by Samuel Calvin ; Fort Des Moines, 
No. 2, an article prepared at the War Department, Washington ; The early homes 
and home-makers of Iowa, by Charles A. White ; The Tama county Indians, by 
A. D. Bicknell ; Clark Dunham, by George Frazee ; Life of the pioneer farmer, 
by W. S. Fultz; William B. Allison and the presidency in 1888, by Geo. F. 
Hoar ; The Iowa forts ; A letter by Jefferson Davis, 1882 ; The fight for the new 
capitol, by John A. Kasson ; The Quakers in Iowa, by D. C. Mott ; Mrs. Annie 
W T ittenmyer sketch of her life and work ; Fort Sanford, Iowa historical 
sketch ; Joseph Evan Griffith, by Frederick Lloyd ; Inaugurating the Grant 
monument, by Grenville M. Dodge ; Lincoln-Grimes correspondence ; The genesis 
of the Board of Control ; Iowa in the War with Mexico ; History of steamboating 
on the Des Moines river, from 1837 to 1862, by Tacitus Hussey ; An Iowa 
scientist (Frank Leverett) and his work, by Charles R. Keyes; Death of Presi 
dent Lincoln, an address by F. W. Palmer, April 16, 1865 ; Recollections of 
Gen. Nathaniel Lyon, by Wm. Alexander Hammond ; The grasshopper inva 
sion, by Cyrus C. Carpenter ; Fort Atkinson, Iowa, by Wm. H. Carter ; The Des 
Moines river in 1721 ; Mrs. John F. Dillon memoir prepared by her husband 
her life and letters ; Visit of Abraham Lincoln to Council Bluffs ; A historical 



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proclamation, by Gov. James A. Mount, of Indiana ; History of a claim in 
Jones county in 1838 ; The assassination of Abraham Lincoln ; Gen. Nathaniel 
Lyon ; Judge George G. Wright, by B. F. Gue ; Stephen Whicher, by George 
Meason Whicher; Reminiscences, by Ira Cook; A celebrated Ind an treaty, 
the " Blackhawk Purchase ; " Fort Dodge, Iowa, an article prepared at the 
War Depart., Washington ; Judge George G. Wright ; George Wilson : first terri 
torial adjutant of the militia of Iowa, by his son, George Wilson ; Gen. G. M. 
Dodge s historical address at the Camp Fire of the Crocker Brigade, Sept. 27, 
1900 ; Charles Mason Iowa s first jurist, by Emlin M Clain ; Nicolas Perrot, 
first commercial traveler on the upper Mississippi, by W T m. Salter ; An address 
in commemoration of the meeting of the first legislative assembly of the terri 
tory of Iowa, Nov. 12, 1838, by Wm. Salter ; Usury in early Iowa legislation ; 
Editorial department; Index. (1516 

ANNALS OF IOWA. Third series. Vol. v. Des Moines, 1901-1903. 

8vo, pp. 661. Illustrated. Published by the Historical Department of Iowa. 

Contents : Early banking in Iowa, by Hoyt Sherman ; The tragedy of Okoboji, 
by Harris Hoover ; The old prairie slough, by Charles Aldrich ; Gen. A. K. 
Eaton, by Willard L. Eaton ; Old channels of the Mississippi in southeastern 
Iowa, by Frank Leverett ; Nebraska " Wild-Cat " banks, an experiment in finance 
in the west before the civil war ; The Racoon river agency in 1844, by Benj. A. 
Spaulding ; Charles Larpenteur, fur trader on the upper Missouri, 18331872; 
A southern bird in central Iowa, by Carl Fritz Henning ; Editorial department : 
Four letters from the correspondence of Gen. Joseph M. Street, from James 
Monroe, Henry Clay, and John Grimsley ; Letters of our territorial governors ; 
Notable deaths. The battle of Athens, Missouri, by Cyrus Bussey ; The state 
bank of Iowa, by Hoyt Sherman ; Pioneer editors of northeastern Iowa, by 
A. K. Bailey ; Regulation of trade and morals by Iowa town councils prior to 
1858, by Frank I. Herriott ; Hardships of pioneers in northwestern Iowa, by 
W. II. Ingham ; The battleship Iowa, by Robley D. Evans ; Editorial depart 
ment : Dedication of the Floyd monument ; The old state bank of Iowa ; Graves 
of Revolutionary soldiers in Iowa ; The battle of Athens, Mo. Reminiscences 
of Charles Mason, by George H. Yewell ; The expansion of the republic west of 
the Mississippi, by John A. Kasson ; Theodore S. Parvin, by Charles Aldrich ; 
Robert S. Finkbine and his associates in the erection of the Iowa capitol, by 
Peter A. Dey ; Rev. Willis Hervey Harris, by Charles A. White ; Editorial depart 
ment : Charles Mason and George II. Yewell : Transportation in war times ; 
" Red Dog " money another word ; Discovery of mineral coal in America. Colo 
nel William II. Kinsman, by Grenville M. Dodge; Iowa at Vicksburg and the 
Vicksburg national military park, by J. K. P. Thompson ; The preservation of 
Iowa s public documents, by Frank I. Ilerriott ; Editorial department : Colonel 
Kinsman ; Characteristic letter by Gov. Kirkwood, 1860. The mines of Spain, 
by Oliver I . Shiras ; Governor Samuel Merrill, by William II. Fleming; Chapters 
in Iowa s financial history, by Frank I. Herriott ; Betterment of our public 
highways, by Charles R. Keyes ; Sixty-three years of home history ; Audubon 
on the western border of Iowa in 1843 from his journal ; Editorial department : 
Lauman s charge at Jackson ; The origin of board of control reform ; Economic 
aspects of work in pure science. The flood of 1851, by Tacitus Hussey ; Breaking 
prairie, by L. S. Coffin ; Council bluffs in 1852, by Thomas J. Bunn ; Indian affairs 
in Iowa territory, 1839-43 ; Our Indians from N. Y. Sun, June 12, 1901 ; Edito 
rial Department : Two historic portraits James Harlan and Francis Springer ; 
John N. Dewey and Schuyler R. Ingham ; Estimates of Judge Springer ; L T nveiI- 
ing the Kinsman monument. The Iowa northern border brigade of 1862-3, by 
William II. Ingham ; Iowa s first law giver, by Eugene F. Ware ; The coming 
of Bishop Loras, by John Ireland ; lOditorial department : Concerning Governor 
Chambers. Safety appliances on the railroads, by L. S. Coffin ; Col. John 
Henry Gear, by William H. Fleming ; The eastern border of Iowa in 1823, 
edited by William Salter ; My boyhood recollections of the Sac and Fox Indians, 
by Charles A. White ; Editorial department : L. S. Coffin s great reforms ; The 
portrait of Dr. William Salter ; Generals Dodge and Williamson ; Judge Dillon s 
law publications. Index. (1517 

ANNALS OF IOWA. Third series. Vol. vr. Nos. 1-12. Des Moines, 1903-1905. 

Svo, pp. 656. Portraits. Published by the Historical Department of Iowa. 

Contents : Coming into Iowa in 1837, by George C. Duffield ; An Iowa fugitive 
slave case 1850, reported by George Frazee ; The transfusion of political ideas 
and institutions in Iowa, by F. I. Herriott ; County historical societies, by 



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Warren S. Dungan ; Pioneer protection from horse thieves, by James E. Parker ; 
Confiscations during and after the Civil War ; Editorial department ; New pub 
lications ; Notable deaths ; Indians of Iowa, by Charles A. Clark ; The Icarian 
community, by Charles Gray ; Very Rev. J. A. M. Pelamourgues, by J. F. Kemp- 
ker ; Another Iowa bone bed, by F. E. L. Beal ; General Robert Lucas ; The 
eastern border of Iowa as seen by Edward Tanner in 1818 ; Publicity in our 
local finance, by F. I. Herriott ; The Ottumwa water case ; An old newspaper 
(The Providence (R. I.) Gazette, April 4, 1801) ; Scott County Exhibit, 1839; 
The county judge system ; Gen. James A. Williamson, by G. M. Dodge ; Iowa in 
unorganized territory of the United States, August 10, 1821-June 28, 1834, by 
William Salter ; An Iowa settler s homestead, by George C. Duffield ; Original 
survey of the C., B_ & 0- R- R- line, by Alfred Hebard ; Philip M. Crapo ; A 
reminiscence of the last battle of the Red River Expedition, by Wm. G. Donnan ; 
Iowa in the territory of Missouri, 1812-1821, by William Salter ; Frontier church 
going 1837, by George C. Duffield ; Vital statistics, by Josiah Forrest Kennedy ; 
An Iowa pioneer (Father Samuel Charles Mazzuchelli) ; John Plumbe, originator 
of the Pacific Railroad, by John King ; Use of block-houses during the Civil 
War, by Grenville M. Dodge ; The origin, growth and development of the Board 
of Control System in Iowa, by L. G. Kinne ; Abner Kneeland : his relations to 
early Iowa history, by Mary R. Whitcomb ; A second chapter of Indian history, 
by Ida M. Street ; Recollections of early times in Iowa, by C. L. Lucas ; Edi 
torial department : The founder of Salubria ; Iowa s experiment in government. 
Copy of a letter from Robert E. Lee to his son, 1861. The Louisiana purchase 
in correspondence of the time, by William Salter; Enoch W T orthen Eastman, by 
W. J. Moir ; Frontier mills, by George C. Duffield; Pioneer perils an adventure 
on the Cedar river at Cedar Rapids a half century ago, by W. W. Walker ; Col. 
Edward Hatch s great charge at Farmington, Mississippi, by Charles C. Horton ; 
A pioneer settlement in Madison county, by W. S. Wilkinson ; Transplanting 
Iowa s laws to Oregon, by F. I. Herriott ; Recollections of early Iowa, by James 
Hilton ; Death of Benjamin F. One. Unveiling of memorial tablet of Revolu 
tionary soldiers in the art gallery of the State Historical Department ; Notable 
deaths ; General Fitz Henry Warren, by Edward II. Stiles ; Legislation in Iowa 
prior to 1858, by F. I. Herriott; The Iowa corals, by T. E. Savage; Pioneer 
perils : The Cedar River gang broken up Mrs. John Weare and the wounded 
outlaw chief an incident of the forties, by W. W. Walker; Gen. Fitz Henry 
Warren ; President Johnson s accusers and the " salary grab " of 1873. The 
recently extinct and vanishing animals of Iowa, by Herbert Osborn ; Fort 
Dodge soldiers in the East, by George L. Cruikshank ; The earliest settlers of 
Linn county, by John J. Daniels ; The battle of Athens, Missouri, by D. C. 
Beaman ; Iowa at Annapolis and West Point, compiled by Alice M. Steele ; 
Voting with the soldiers in 1864, by Charles Aldrich ; Ada E. North, by Johnson 
Brigham. Index. (1518 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa Historical Record, published quar 
terly by the State Historical Society of Iowa. Vols. i-xvm. 1885-1902. 
Iowa city, 1887-1902. 

8vo, 18 vols. Portraits. Plates. 

Continuation of the Annals of Iowa. (1518 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa Historical Record. Vols. i, n, and 
in. 1885-86-87. Iowa City, Iowa, 1887. 
8vo, pp. viii, 576. 

Contents : Vol. i. Introductory, by J. L. Pickard ; Iowa, by C. W. Irish ; Iowa 
meteorites, by N. R. Leonard ; Muster-roll of a company of Iowa volunteer in 
fantry commanded by Captain James M. Morgan, 1846; Officers and enlisted 
men, Co. K, 15th U. S. Infantry, 1847 ; Officers and enlisted men, Co. I, 1st 
Dragoons, 1835-6 ; Synopsis of proceedings of board of curators, State Historical 
Society ; Donations ; Obituary notices ; Enoch Worthen Eastman, by T. S. Par- 
vin ; Louisiana purchase, by J. L. Pickard ; Movements of the glaciers of the ice 
period in Iowa and vicinity, by C. W. Irish ; Studies from the census, by C. M. 
Hobby ; The weather, past and present, by an old settler ; The fifth legislature 
recalled ; Indian character due to climate ; WMlliam W. Belknap ; Fragments 
of geological history Johnson county, by S. Calvin ; Unitarianism in Iowa, 
by O. Clute ; Letter to Col. Proctor, of the British Army, from his wife, 1812 ; 
Grant s Des Moines speech and its history, by L. F. Parker ; Recollections 
of Crocker s Iowa brigade ; Ansel Briggs ; Pioneers, old settlers and new, of 
Iowa, by T. S. Parvin ; Recollections of the past, by N. Levering ; A chapter of 



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war history (engagement at Bolivar, Tenn., 1862). Vol. n. Iowa and Missouri 
boundary report of the commissioner appointed by the President to ascertain 
and mark the boundary, 1839 ; Keokuk, by T. S. Parvin ; State University of 
Iowa, by J. L. Pickard ; Recollections of the past, by N. Levering ; Some re 
markable meteors and meteoric falls, by C. W. Irish ; Donations ; Obituary ; 
W. W. Chapman, first delegate in congress from the territory of Iowa, by T. S. 
Parvin ; A heroine of the Revolution : Nancy Ann Hunter, by William Salter ; 
The Iowa and Missouri boundary line ; Pioneer lawmakers ; In memoriam 
Henry Felkner, by Jno. P. Irish ; A free public library, by D. C. Bloomer ; 
Hon. T. S. Parvin s address at the bar reunion at Des Moines, June 8th, 1886 ; 
Henry Dodge, governor of Wisconsin territory, fifty years ago ; Locating the 
Government wagon road from Niobrara, Nebraska, to Virginia city, Montana ; 
Letters of a war governor Samuel J. Kirkwood ; Cornelius Cadle, by A. B. 
Robbins ; Fort Donelson the second Iowa infantry, by L. F. Parker ; Judge 
Mason and the half-breed tract, by Hawkins Taylor ; The mound builders of the 
Mississippi valley, by Samuel Murdock ; Iowa in 1822. Vol. in. Augustus C. 
Dodge, by William Salter ; Locating the Government wagon road from 
Niobrara, Nebraska, to Virginia city, Montana, by N. Levering ; Letters of a 
war governor Samuel J. Kirkwood ; George W. Jones, by F. B. Wilkie ; 
Address of Judge T. S. Wilson at the opening of the Supreme Court room 
Early reminiscences of the bench and bar ; Gen. James Wilson ; Unitarianism 
in Iowa, by O. Clute ; Geography and early American history, by B. A. Hins- 
dale; Early Methodism in Iowa, by G. W. Brindell ; Christian W. Slagle, by 
James F. Wilson ; The battle of luka, by S. H. M. Byers ; Genoa Indian School, 
by Josephine C. Mayo ; Rt. Rev. Dr. Mathias Loras, pioneer bishop in Iowa, by 
John F. Kempker ; Gen. Samuel R. Curtis, by Hawkins Taylor ; The Spirit 
Lake stockade, by N. Levering. (1519 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa Historical Record. Vols. iv, v, and 
vi. 1888-89-90. Iowa City, Iowa, 1890. 

8vo, pp. vii, 576. 

Contents : Vol. iv. James Clarke, third governor of the territory of Iowa, by 
William Salter; The Spirit Lake stockade, by N. Levering; The first priests 
in Iowa, by John F. Kempker ; Pioneer women, by Ella E. Gordon ; Prehistoric 
races, by Samuel Murdock; Names of Iowa counties, by [C. C. Childs?] ; 
Donations ; New publications ; Notes ; Leonard Whitney, by O. Clute ; Iowa 
and the draft (Civil War), by N. H. Brainerd ; Address of John H. Gear be 
fore the fourth reunion of the Tri-State Old Settlers Association ; Catholicity 
in Shelby county, Iowa, by John F. Kempker ; The capitals and capitols of 
Iowa, by H. W. Lathrop ; The burning of Columbia, S. C., by W. H. Goodrell ; 
The First Iowa at Wilson s Creek ; General Leonard F. Ross ; An old settler s 
address Jas. H. Matheny. Vol. v. James Lee ; Who taught the first school in 
Iowa, and when and where? by T. S. Parvin; Cooperative Christianity; 
Memorial sermon on the fiftieth anniversary of the formation of the Congre 
gational Church in Burlington, by Wm. Salter ; A tribute to the 16th Iowa, 
by Gilbert B. Pray ; Governor Buren R. Sherman, by F. Lloyd ; The Iowa 
school system, by T. S. Parvin ; April 30th, 1789-1889 ; The March to the sea, 
December, 1864 from " Iowa in War Times," by S. H. M. Byers ; The Church 
of George Washington, by William Stevens Perry ; The observance in Iowa 
City of the centennial anniversary of the inauguration of George Washington, 
first president of the United States ; Mr. Justice Miller s article on the state of 
Iowa, in Harper s Magazine, July, 1889 ; Henry Dodge, governor of the original 
territory of Wisconsin, by William Salter; War anecdotes of 1812, by N. Lev 
ering ; Out West in the forties, by S. H. M. Byers ; Crocker s brigade in war 
and peace, by G. B. Pray. Vol. vi. Dr. Berryman Jennings, Iowa-Oregon, by 
T. S. Parvin ; Henry Dodge, II, in the Black Hawk War, 1832, by William 
Salter ; The late ex-Governor Nelson Dewey, of Wisconsin ; Anecdotes of early 
days in Iowa, by N. Levering; Thomas Hughes, by T. S. Parvin; Henry 
Dodge, III, Major U. S. Mounted Rangers, 1832-3, by William Salter ; Ten 
days in the Rebel army, by S. H. M. Byers ; General William Thompson ; The 
first territorial legislature of Iowa, by Hawkins Taylor ; The first United 
States Dragoons, by J. C. Parrott ; Col. Samuel Cushing Trowbridge ; Early 
explorations in Iowa, by Albert Miller Lea ; Bushwhacking in Missouri, by N. 
Levering ; George W. McCrary, by O. Clute ; Letters of a war governor 
Samuel J. Kirkwood ; Report on Indians, by Frederick Lloyd, U. S. Army. 

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STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa Historical Record. Vols. vii, VIIT, 
and ix. 1891-92-93. Iowa City, Iowa, 1893. 

8vo, pp. viii, 576. 

Contents : Vol. vn. Col. William Patterson, by Samuel M. Clark ; The name 
of Hamilton county, by Charles Aldrich ; Bushwhacking in Missouri, by N. 
Levering; The Spirit Lake Expedition 1857, by Charles B. Richards; Gov 
ernor Kirkwood s first meeting with President Lincoln, by S. J. Kirkwood ; 
Letters of a war governor, S. J. Kirkwood : The territorial seal of Iowa ; 
Old Settlers Reunion poem, by Abel Beach ; Austin Adams ; Address delivered 
at the dedication of (Jen. N. B. Baker s monument at the cemetery in Des 
Moines, by S. .1. Kirkwood A letter of Judge Samuel F. Miller on his appoint 
ment to the United States Supreme Court ; The State Teachers Association in 
the Civil War correspondence of C. C. Nestlerode and Samuel J. Kirkwood ; 
Justice Samuel F. Miller, by O. Clute ; Captain Charles B. Richards, by Charles 
Aldrich ; Henry Dodge, Colonel IT. S. Dragoons, 1833-6, by William Salter ; 
The opening chapter in " The life and times of Gov. Kirkwood," now being 
written by H. W. Lathrop ; The Amana Society reprinted from the Marengo 
Republican ; Ralph P. Lowe ; Clara A. Dodge, by William Salter ; The making 
of Iowa, by James W. McDill ; Iowa pioneer trails to California, by C. W. 
Irish ; Scenes in early Iowa, reprinted from the Burlington Post. Vol. viii. 
Elias H. Williams, 1819-1891, by James O. Crosby ; Albert Miller Lea auto 
biographical sketch ; The loyal governors at Altoona in 1862, by S. J. Kirk 
wood ; How the Iowa legislature celebrated the capture of Fort Donelson, by 
Charles Aldrich; History of a flag (Second Iowa Volunteer Infantry flag), by 
H. W. Lathrop ; The Indian and the first settler, by J. P. Walton ; Judge 
James M. Love; Henry Dodge, IV, Colonel U. S. Dragoons, 1833-6, by William 
Salter ; Some early judicial officers and districts, by P. M. Casady ; Glimpses of 
early Iowa, by T. S. Parvin ; Dr. Enos Lowe, by T. S. Parvin ; Recollections of 
the Rev. John Johns, of Webster county, by Charles Aldrich ; Men who made 
Iowa, by Hawkins Taylor ; Indian names ; James W. Grimes, third governor of 
the State of Iowa, by William Salter; The Tally W T ar a chapter in the Life 
and Times of Gov. Kirkwood, now being written by II. W. Lathrop ; Recollec 
tions of Indian life on Old Man s Creek in 1840, by Jacob Ricord ; A historical 
banquet, (given by the people of Burlington to Governor Lucas Sept. 4, 1838), 
by T. S. Parvin ; War memories, by the editor of the Record. Vol. ix. 
General Alexander Chambers ; Early journalism in Iowa, the founding of the 
Hamilton Freeman at Webster City, in 1857, by Charles Aldrich ; An important 
manuscript the constitution and records of the Claim Association of Johnson 
County, by Benj. F. Shambaugh ; Mrs. Charles Aldrich, by Agnes Briggs Olm- 
stead ; A public dinner in territorial days (given to Gov. Dodge at Fort Madison, 
1837-8), by Hawkins Taylor; Pioneer life in Muscatine county, by J. P. Walton: 
Rev. Launcelot Graham Bell, first Presbyterian minister, Iowa, 1836-68, by 
T. S. Parvin ; The Cardiff giant deception, from the advance sheets of Gov. 
Gue s forthcoming history of Iowa ; Indian treaties ; John Abbot Parvin, by 
T. S. Parvin ; Judge Edward Johnstone, by Geo. G. Wright ; St. Anthony s 
Church, Davenport, Iowa, by John F. Kempker ; The naming of Lee county, by 
H. W. Lathrop ; Report of exercises at the unveiling of the portrait of Samuel 
J. Kirkwood at the state capitol in Des Moines, June 20, 1893 ; Some tornadoes 
in Iowa, by C. W. Irish ; Pioneer days in Plymouth county, by W. L. Clark ; 
Charles Mason ; Railroad legislation in Iowa, by Peter A. Dey ; Early recollec 
tions of Iowa city, by Samuel Murdock ; Review of the Society. (1521 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa Historical Record. Vols. x, xi, and 
xii. 1894-95-96. Iowa City, 189G. 

8vo, pp. viii, 576. 

Contents : Vol. x. A Blackhawk veteran and an Iowa pioneer, by J. W. Rich ; 
Some fragments of Iowa history, gathered from the records of Congress, by 
Elizabeth II. Avery ; The late Gov. Wm. M. Stone, by H. W. Lathrop ; A 
retrospect of the last fifty years in Iowa, by John Flournoy Henry ; Saved by 
a candle a tale of pioneer days in Iowa ; Lucinda Humphrey Hay, by Emma 
Humphrey Haddock ; Other fragments of Iowa history, by J. L. Pickard ; The 
western border of Iowa in 1804 and 1806, by William Salter ; A new Iowa 
book Life and times of Samuel J. Kirkwood, Iowa s war governor, by H. W. 
Lathrop ; Wilds of Western Iowa a poem by W. Avery Richards ; Iowa at 
the World s Fair ; Early Iowa politics ; William G. Hammond ; The Monitor 
and the Merrimac, by Mrs. Isadore Baker ; The eastern border of Iowa in 1805-6, 
by William Salter ; Some pioneer preachers of Iowa, by Chas. W. Irish ; Wilds 



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of western Iowa a poem by W. Avery Richards ; The Sioux Indian war, by 

Solomon R. Foot ; Samuel Jordan Kirk wood tributes ; The sage of the west 

a poem ; Iowa and the navy during the war of the rebellion, by W. H. Michael. 
Vol. xr. Thomas S. Wilson, by T. S. Farvin ; The Russell expedition ; The Zuni 

Indians and their schools, by F. H. Lauderdale ; Iowa s Drouth 1894 a 

poem, by W. Avery Richards; Dubuque in early times, by Eliphalet Price; In 
memoriam G. R. Irish ; War memories ; Amos Dean, first president of the 
State University of Iowa, by Amos H. Dean ; Alumni of the State University of 
Iowa in public life, by James A. Rohback ; The Battle Flags of Iowa-^a poem, 
by S. H. M. Byers ; Edwin Coppoc, from " Sketches of John Brown and his 
men," contributed to the Salem (Ohio) Era; Lyman Parsons, by T. J. Dow; 
The Iowa delegation in the republican national convention in 1860 ; Early 
Methodism, in northwest Iowa, by W. Avery Richards ; W. Avery Richards, by 
G. W. L. Brown ; Things remembered, by Charles Aldrich ; The Indians of 
Tama county extracts from the Iowa Health Bulletin ; Silas Totten, by Sam l 
N. Watson ; The landscapes of early Iowa, by T. II. McBride ; Early instructions 
in physics in Iowa, by Francis E. Nipher ; Historical sketch of the United States 
Military Academy, by C. B. Vogdes ; The Roll Call a poem by S. H. M. Byers ; 
Address of ex-senator James Harlan at the laying of the corner stone of the 
Iowa Soldiers and Sailors Monument ; Early settlement of Cedar Rapids, by 
Geo. R. Carroll. Vol. xn. Hon. Joseph Williams, by T. S. Parvin ; Judge 
Wright s last lecture before the law class The Pioneer Bar of Iowa ; The 
"Old Stone Building," by II. G. Plum; The Old and the New Capitol Building; 
Apenzell, Pure democracy and pastoral life in Inner Rhoden : A Swiss Study, 
by Irving B. Richman ; State historical . society of Iowa its work and its 
need ; George Grover Wright tributes ; A winter night on the open prairie, by 
Charles Aldrich ; Origin of the name of Iowa, by Samuel Murdock ; The Sergeant 
Floyd memorial ; Cedars of Lake West Okoboji in winter a poem by W. Avery 
Richards ; Recollections of early Iowa men, by M. W. Blair ; Judge Williams 
as a poet ; War memories ; Tho constitutional convention of 1857 ; Recollections 
of Abraham Lincoln, by N. Levering ; S. F. Lathrop obituary ; Dates of cer 
tain wars, campaigns, expeditions, events, etc. ; State boundary disputes, by 
J. L. Pickard ; Samuel Storrs Howe, by Frederick Lloyd ; "Anna C. Ingham " 
a poem by Mrs. Isadore Baker ; Freeman McClelland ; Walter Terrell, by G. R. 
Irish ; Early days in Cerro Gordo county, by Enoch Wiltfong ; United States 
coinage, by J. L. Pickard ; Some pioneer preachers of Iowa, by C. W. Irish ; 
International hymn, by George Huntington ; The wives of the Brigade address 
at the reunion of Croker s Iowa Brigade, by Mrs. Mortimer A. Higley. (1522 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa Historical Record. Vols. xm, x-iv, 
and xv. 1897-98-99. Iowa City, Iowa, 1899. 

8vo, pp. vii, 576. Portraits. 

Contents : Vol. xru. John James Dyer, first judge of the United States Dis 
trict Court for -Iowa, by T. S. Parvin ; Charles Shepherd, by Hiram Heaton ; 
State boundary disputes ; Semicentennial celebration ; Early steamboating on 
the Iowa river, by H. W. Lathrop ; Deaths : Edward Nathaniel Worden. Negro 
cadets at West Point ; James M. Elson, by A. N. Ilarbert ; Some Iowa bank 
history, by H. W. Lathrop ; Building the first schoolhouse, by T. II. Macbride ; 
The first home of the university, by J. L. Pickard ; Volney D. Douglass, by 
Hiram Heaton ; Letter from Wm. Saltei correcting statements in the Historical 
Record concerning graves of Revolutionary soldiers in Iowa and presidential 
visits to Iowa ; Iowa poesy : Sonnets and other verse, by Mrs. Isadore Baker ; 
Hawkins Taylor ; Indian hunters ; Deaths : Lemuel B. Patterson ; Charles 
Beardsley ; Notes : Historical sketch of the " Old Hospital ; " Lemuel B. Patter 
son, by J. L. Pickard ; Levi Robinson, by A. E. Swisher ; The wives of the 
Legioneers, by Mrs. Mortimer A. Higley ; An account book of Jesse Berry, 1840- 
1841, by Frank E. Horack ; The Cyclone (Pomeroy, Iowa, July 6th, 1893; a 
poem), by W. . Avery Richards; The pioneer railroad of Iowa; Iowa Masonic 
Library (reprinted from the Freemason s Repository, for June, 1897) ; Deaths: 
Frank H. Brede ; Fabian Brydolf; Err Thornton; Samuel Murdock; Conduce 
H. Gatch ; Notes : The selection of music for the " Star Spangled Banner ; " A 
memory of Jeannette Robertson Iligley, by Amanda Lowman Bartholomew ; 
Address at the banquet of the society of the army of the Tennessee, in St. 
Louis, Nov. 19, 1896, by Mrs. , Mortimer A. Iligley; "The Hard Times" of 58- 
60, or reminiscences of southeastern Iowa, by James B. Macbride ; A soldier 
saint (Lyman Steadwell, private in the Civil War), by Hiram Ileaton ; An old 
cemetery, The earliest burying ground in Linn County, by B. L. Wick ; A new 



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book of Iowa History ; History of O Brien County, by D. A. W. Perkins. Vol. 
xiv. Austin Corbin, by A. N. Harbert ; A picturesque character (Wm. Ross, first 
postmaster and first clerk of the court in Burlington), by Hiram Heaton; The 
"American " sermon, Preached in St. Paul s Cathedral, London, July 4th, 1897, 
by William Stevens Perry, Bishop of Iowa (reprinted from the Iowa Church 
man) ; The song of Iowa, by S. H. M. Byers ; Documentary material relating to 
the history of Iowa, edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh ; War memories ; Recol 
lections of some Iowa pioneers, by B. P. Gue ; Pioneer schools of the northwest, 
by J. L. Pickard ; A notable wedding anniversary Marriage of Mr. and Mrs. 
Thomas J. Peak, of Monticello, Christmas Day, 1839. Deaths : William Thomp 
son ; Sara Abbott Woods Perry ; In memory of Agnes McCully Parvin, by Ellen 
M. Rich ; Tama Indians and the scare of 1864, by Ruth Irish Preston ; A page 
from an itinerant s life ; The Battle ship Iowa, by A. N. Harbert ; Old settlers 
of Grinnell, Reprinted from the Grinnell Herald ; Iowa A semicentennial Ode, 
by Robert Safely ; Eloquence of Congressman R. G. Cousins, of Iowa ; A big 
bowlder (converted into building stones for a church at Waterloo), Reprinted 
from the New York Churchman, Nov. 27, 1897 ; Deaths : David H. Gile ; W. O. 
Richards ; H. M. McCully ; Henry Dodge The last thirty years of his life, 
1838-67 ; From the standpoint of a pioneer, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh ; The 
Fort Defiance hospital and the Navajo Indians, by Florence E. Winslow ; Death 
of a pioneer school-teacher at Amana (Gotlieb Scheuner), by Barthinius L. Wick; 
Deaths: William Stevens Perry; Stephen Dewey Lyman ; Cyrus C. Carpenter; 
Thomas S. Mahan ; Milton B. Cochran ; Notes : sketch of the late Stephen B. 
Gardner ; The Iowa as a defender, with sketches of her commanders, by A. N. Har 
bert ; The Nicaragua canal, by Cornelius Cadle ; The foxmders of Iowa College, by 
Leonard F. Parker ; John Huff, the first white settler of Jefferson County, by H. 
Heaton ; Pioneer family letters, From Henry Dodge to his daughter, January 
6th and March 4th, 1835. Deaths : Robert Lyon ; Ezekiel Clark. Vol. xv. Cap 
tain James E. Bennett, Biographical sketch ; State University of Iowa and the 
Civil War, by Ellen M. Rich ; Iowa College in the war, by James L. Hill ; Sketch 
of the life of Dr. Elizabeth Hess, by Rose Ankeuy Lewis ; Deaths : Charles A. 
Schaeffer ; Moses J. Morsman ; Alexander McMillan ; Francis Springer ; Wil- 
mot H. Dickinson ; Charles Ashmead Schaeffer, by John Springer ; Constitutional 
amendments in the commonwealth of Iowa, by Frank E. Horack ; Jefferson 
County pioneers, by H. Heaton ; Obituary : Frederick Lloyd ; D. N. Richardson, 
by B. F. Tillinghast ; Rev. C. C. Towusend, organizer of the* first Episcopal 
society in Johnson county, Iowa, by Charles W. Irish ; Dr. Frederick Lloyd ; The 
Flag of the University company, by Frank E. Horack ; The history of the Uni 
versity of Iowa, by J. L. Pickard ; Notes : Alden Burrill Robbins, by Ephraim 
Adams ; Dr. Frederick Lloyd An addition to his military record, by Cornelius 
Cadle ; Dubuque in territorial days ; The Old Northwest The beginning of our 
colonial system, by B. A. Hinsdale ; Notes on the early church history of Iowa 
City, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh ; Biographical sketch of Mrs. Katiquah Eberle ; 
The State University of Iowa Inaugural programme. (1523 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa Historical Record. Vols. xvi, XVH, 
and xvin. 1900-1902. Iowa City, 1902. 

8vo, pp. vi, 602. 

Contents : Vol. xvi. Thomas Hart Benton, Jr., by T. S. Parvin ; Keokuk in 
territorial days compiled from the history of Lee county Western historical 
company, Chicago, 1879 ; The earliest Scandinavian settlement in Iowa, by B. L. 
Wick3 ; Iowa history from 1699 to 1821 a history of governments, by Benja 
min F. Shambaugh ; James Harvey Rothrock, by W. R. Boyd ; Documents relat 
ing to Governor Lucas, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh ; Pioneers of Muscatine, 
by Irving B. Richman ; A midland pioneer woman, by Elizabeth Lord Condit ; 
The first lowan, by B. L. Wick ; Review of " Fragments of the debates of the 
Iowa constitutional conventions of 1844 and 1846, along with press comments 
and other materials on the constitutions of 1844 and 1846," compiled and 
edited by Benj. F. Shambaugh ; Jefferson county pioneers, by Hiram Heaton ; 
John Chase Bennett, by Mrs. E. V. Bennett; Dubuque in 1820, August 7th, by 
Henry R. Schoolcraft ; Early Iowa reminiscences, by B. F. Gue ; A soldier s 
letters from the field, 1862-5, by Captain C. A. Lucas, 24th Iowa volunteers ; 
The Indian s Plea ; The eastern border of Iowa in 1817, by William Salter ; 
Recent publications in Iowa history ; Josiah L. Pickard, by F. W. Bicknell. 
Vol. xvn. Mortimer A. Higley, by W T . R. Boyd ; Reminiscences of Mrs. Char 
lotte O. Van Cleve, by J. L. Pickard ; James B. Edmonds, by Peter A. Dey ; 
The early courts of Iowa the county court the circuit court, by A. D. Bick- 



STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. 217 

nell ; Samuel Mercer Clark two character sketches, by Geo. D. Perkins and 
G. Walter Barr ; The last of the Mus-Qua-Kies, by Horace M. Rebok ; Theodore 
Sutton Parvin, by John Springer ; Picturesque points in the history of the 
Mississippi valley, by J. L. Pickard ; Robert S. Finkbine and his associates, by 
Peter A. Dey ; The Floyd monument, by E. W. Caldwell ; A letter relative to 
the disinterment of the remains of Sergeant Floyd, by N. Levering. Vol. xvm. 
Nathan Hoyt Brainerd, by Frances Louise Rogers ; Early social and religious 
experiments in Iowa, by Dwight C. McCarty ; Sylvanus Johnson, by John 
Springer ; An Iowa Indian scene " Savage " ethics and " savage " domes 
ticity, by J. W. Rich : Copy of the journal of the proceedings of the com 
missioners to locate the seat of government, May Ist-Nov. 15th, 1839 ; John 
Henry Gear, by Peter A. Dey ; William Miller Beardshear, by Isaac A. Loos ; 
John F. Duncombe, by Peter A. Dey ; Mrs. Louisa K. Hughes, by J. L. Pickard. 

(1524 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa City ; a contribution to the early 
history of Iowa. Iowa City, State Historical Society of Iowa. 1893. 
8vo, pp. viii, 116. Plan. 
Issued under the auspices of the State Historical Society of Iowa. (1525 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Iowa historical lectures ; delivered before 
the society, 1892. Iowa City, 1893. 
8vo, pp. (4), 92. Map. 

Contents : Prehistoric Iowa, by Samuel Calvin ; Iowa Indians, by J. L. Pick 
ard ; " The Louisiana Purchase," by C. M. Hobby ; The introduction of the 
common law into Iowa, by Emlin McClain. (152O 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The Amish Mennonites. A sketch of their 
origin and of their settlement in Iowa, with their creed in an appendix. 
By Barthinius L. Wick. Iowa City: published by the State Historical 
Society, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 60. (1527 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Constitution and records of the Claim 
Association of Johnson County, Iowa, with introduction and notes, by Ben 
jamin F. Shambaugh, A. M. Published by the State Historical Society of 
Iowa. Iowa City, 1894. 

8vo, pp. xix. 196. (1528 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Historical lectures upon early leaders in 
the professions in the Territory of Iowa. Delivered at Iowa City, 1894. 
Iowa City : Published by the Society, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 135. 

Contents : Early medical practitioners, by William Watson ; Teachers in 
Iowa before 1858, by Leonard F. Parke ; The early bar of Iowa, by Theodore S. 
Parvin; The early clergy of Iowa, by J. L. Pickard. (1529 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Documentary material relating to the his 
tory of Iowa. Edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Published by the 
Society. Iowa City, Iowa. 

Vol. i consists of Nos. 1-8. Nos. 1-2 published in 1895 ; Nos. 3-7, pub 
lished in 1896 ; No. 8, published in 1897 ; and contains the Title-Page and 
Table of Contents for Vol. i. 

Vol. ii consists of numbers 10-16. " The several numbers included in this 
volume were published as follows: Numbers 9, 10, 11, and 12, by the State 
University of Iowa in 1897-98 ; and Numbers 13, 14, 15, and 16, by the State 
Historical Society of Iowa in 1900." Contents follow. (153O 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Documentary material relating to the his 
tory of Iowa. Edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Vol. I. Nos. 1-8. 
Iowa City, 1895-1897. 
8vo, pp. x, 287. 

Contents : General introduction ; Introduction to number 1 ; The acquisition 
of Louisiana by the United States ; Louisiana divided into two territories ; 
Laws enacted by the governor and judges of the territory of Indiana for the 
district of Louisiana ; The territory of Louisiana ; The territory of Missouri ; 
The common law adopted as a rule of decision ; The Missouri compromise ; 



218 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

The territory of the Northwest ; The common law ; The territory of Indiana ; 
The territory of Michigan ; The legislative powers of the governor and judges 
of the territory of Michigan ; The statutes of the English parliament repealed ; 
The territory west of the Mississippi river attached to and made a part of the 
territory of Michigan ; The territory of Wisconsin ; Of the nature of the act 
of Congress organizing the territory of Wisconsin ; The territory of Iowa ; The 
admission of Iowa into the Union ; Propositions for a constitutional conven 
tion ; The constitution of 1844 ; The convention of 1846 ; The constitution of 
1846 ; The convention of 1857 ; The constitution of 1857 ; The amendments of 
1868 ; Acts relating to propositions to amend the constitution ; The amend 
ment of 1880; The prohibitory amendment (1882) ; The amendments of 1884; 
Votes on the proposition " Shall there be a convention to revise the constitution 
and amend the same?" The ratification of amendments to the constitution of 
the United States. (1531 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Documentary material relating to the his 
tory of Iowa. Edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Vol. n. Nos. 9-16. 
Iowa City, 1897-1900. 
8vo, pp. ix, 288. 

Numbers 9, 10, 11, 12 of Vol. 11 were published by the State University of. 
Iowa. With number 13 the publication of the series was resumed by the 
State Historical Society. 

Contents : Local government in the territory of the Northwest ; Local govern 
ment in the territory of Indiana, 1800-1805; Local government in the terri 
tory of Michigan, 1805-1816, 1816-1821, 1822-1825, 1826-1828, 1829-1834; 
Appendix : An act to regulate the internal government and police of the several 
dictricts in the territory of Michigan (1810). (1532 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Documentary material relating to the his 
tory of Iowa. Edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Vol. in. Local Gov 
ernment. Iowa City, [1901]. 
8vo, pp. 325. 

Contents : Local government in the territory of Wisconsin ; Local government 
in the territory of Iowa, 1838-40, 1840-41, 1841-42 ; The recommendations of 
the governor of the territory of Michigan ; Appointments for the counties of 
Du Buque and Demoine ; Miscellaneous letters ; Petitions and recommendations ; 
Documents addressed to the governor ; Nominations by the governor ; Miscella 
neous petitions. (1533 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Fragments of the debates of the Iowa Con 
stitutional conventions of 1844 and 1846, along with press comments and 
other materials on the constitutions of 1844 and 1846. Comp. and edited 
by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. * * * Iowa City, Iowa. Published by 
the State Historical Society of Iowa, 1900. 

8vo, iv pp., 1 1., pp. 415. (1534 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The constitution of the state of Iowa, with 
an historical introduction by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Published by the 
State Historical Society of Iowa, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 105. (1535 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Early social and religious experiments in 
Iowa, by Dwight G. McCarty. Reprinted from the Iowa Historical Record 
for the National society of Colonial Dames resident in Iowa. Iowa City. 
The State Historical Society of Iowa, 1902. 

8vo, 2 p. 1., pp. 31. (1536 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The Iowa Journal of History and Politics. 
Vol. i. 1903. Published quarterly by the State Historical Society of Iowa. 
Iowa City, 1903. 

4to, pp. vii, 587. 

Contents : Joliet and Marquette in Iowa, by Laenas Gifford Weld ; The polit 
ical value of. state constitutional history, by Francis Newton Thorpe ; Historico- 
Anthropological possibilities in Iowa, by Duren J. II. Ward ; A general survey 
of the literature of Iowa history, by Johnson Brigham ; A brief history of the 
State Historical Society of Iowa, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh ; State history in 



STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. 219 

the public High Schools, by Edmund J. James ; The regulation of primary elec 
tions by law, by James J. Crossley ; The league of Iowa municipalities, by 
Frank E. Horack ; The Hampton Roads conference, by Joseph W. Rich ; The Wis 
consin Gerrymanders of 1891, 1892, by Francis Newton Thorpe ; Anthropological 
instruction in Iowa, by Duren J. H. Ward ; Letters by Mrs. James W. Grimes, 
Washington, 1861-6-; Congressional districting in Iowa, by Paul S. Peirce ; 
A bibliography of Iowa state publications for 1900 and 1901, by Margaret 
Budington ; Chief Justice Marshall as a constructive statesman, by Emlin 
McClain ; Problems in the administration of Iowa, by Harold M. Bowman ; 
The development of party organization in Iowa, by John W. Gannaway ; Local 
tradition, by Johnson Brigham ; Some publications ; Notes and comments ; 
Index. (1537 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The Iowa Journal of History and Politics. 
Vol. ii. 1904. Iowa City. 1904. 

4to, pp. vii, 674. 

Contents : The first elections under the Constitution, by Charles Oscar 
Paullin ; Some Iowa mounds an anthropological survey, by Duren J. II. Ward; 
The origin and history of the Iowa idea, by George Evan Roberts ; Shelby 
county a sociological study, by John J. Louis ; The Iowa Daughters of the 
American Revolution, by Caroline Clifford Burbank ; The American Political 
Science Association, by Paul S. Reinsch ; A brief history of the Amana Society, 
1714-1900, by Charles Fred Noe ; The Iowa Society of the Sons of the American 
Revolution, by Elbridge Drew Hadley ; The league of Wisconsin municipalities, 
by Samuel Edwin Sparling ; Shelby county A sociological study, by John J. 
Louis ; The constitution of Colorado, by Elmer Herbert Meyer ; Daniel Webster, 
by Horace E. Deemer ; First yearly meeting of the Iowa Anthropological Asso 
ciation, by Duren J. H. Ward ; Maps illustrative of the boundary history of 
Iowa, by Benjamin F. Shambaugh ; Some phases of corporate regulation in the 
territory of Iowa, by Frank Edward Horack ; The National University of 
Agriculture, by Jesse Macy ; A bibliography of Iowa state publications for 1898 
and 1899, by Margaret Budington ; The negro and slavery in early Iowa, by 
Louis Pelzer ; Some phases of corporate regulation in the state of Iowa, by 
Frank Edward Horack ; Assembly districting and apportionment in Iowa, 
by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Index. (1538 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The Iowa Journal of History and Politics. 
Vol. in. 1905. Iowa City, 1905. 

4to, pp. vii, 694. 

Contents : The genesis of popular sovereignty, by Allen Johnson ; The problem 
of the mounds, by Duren J. II. Ward : Civil service reform in American munici 
palities, by Charles Noble Gregory ; The Scandinavian factor in the American 
population, by George T. Flom ; The teaching of history in the south, by Alcee 
Fortier; A bibliography of Iowa state publications for 1902 and 1903, by 
Margaret Budington; Some publications; Notes and comments; The roads and 
highways to territorial Iowa, by Jacob Van der Zee ; The history of the office of 
Governor in Wisconsin, by James D. Barnett ; The repeal of the Granger law in 
Iowa, by Charles Aldrich ; The work of American historical societies, by Henry 
E. Bourne ; Recent amendments to the constitution of Iowa, by Frank E. 
Horack ; The coming of the Norwegians to Iowa, by George T. Flom ; The 
bribery of Alexander W. McGregor, by John C. Parish ; Illinois as a constitu 
ency in 1850, by Allen Johnson ; Second yearly meeting of the Iowa Anthro 
pological Association, by Duren J. H. Ward ; The real party forces, by John W. 
Gannaway ; Penal reforms, by G. S. Robinson ; Child labor legislation in Iowa, 
by Isaac A. Loos ; The early Swedish immigration to Iowa, by George T. Flom ; 
Chart of presidential elections in the United States ; Index to Vol. in. 

(1539-1542 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Historico-anthropological possibilities in 
Iowa. By Duren J. H. Ward. Iowa City. 
4to, pp. 32. 

Reprinted from the January, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History 
and Politics. (1543 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Joliet and Marquette in Iowa. By Laenas 
GifCord Weld. Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 16. 

Reprinted from the January, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History 
and Politics. (1544 



220 AMEKICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The political value of state constitutional 
history. By Francis Newton Thorpe. Iowa City. 
4to, pp. 31. 

Reprinted from the January, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History 
and Politics. (1545 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The Hampton Roads conference. By 
Joseph W. Rich. Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 24. 

Reprinted from the April, 1003, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1540 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. State history in the public high schools. 
By Edmund J. James. Iowa City. 
4to, pp. 14 

Reprinted from the April, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1547 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Anthropological instruction in Iowa. By 
Duren J. H. Ward. Iowa City. 
4to, pp. 29. 

Reprinted from the July, 19Q3, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1548 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Bibliography of Iowa State publications 
for 1900 and 1901, by Margaret Budington. Iowa City. 
4to, pp. 44. 

Reprinted from the July, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1549 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Congressional districting in Iowa. By 
Paul S. Peirce. Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 23. Maps. 

Reprinted from the July, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1550 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The Wisconsin gerrymanders of 1891 and 
1892. A chapter in State constitutional history, by Francis Newton Thorpe. 
Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 39. 

Reprinted from the July, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1551 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Chief Justice Marshall as a constructive 
statesman. By Emlin McClain. Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 42. 

Reprinted from the October, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1552 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The development of party organization in 
Iowa. By John W. Gannaway. Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 34. 

Reprinted from the October, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1553 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Local tradition. By Johnson Brigham. 
Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 6. 

Reprinted from the October, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1554 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Problems in the administration of Iowa. 
By Harold M. Bowman. Iowa City. 

4to, pp. 28. 

Reprinted from the October, 1903, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1555 



STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. 221 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. A Bureau of historical research in connec 
tion with the Carnegie institution, by Andrew C. McLaughlin. Iowa City, 
Iowa, State Historical Society, 1904. 
4to. Cover-title, p. [3]. 

Reprinted from the April, 1904, number of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1556 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Shelby county, by John J. Louis. Iowa 
City, Iowa [1904?] 

4to, 2 p. 1., pp. [3]-59. 

Reprinted from Vol. if, numbers 1 and 2 of the Iowa Journal of History and 
Politics. (1556a 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Some Iowa mounds, an anthropological 
survey, by Duren J. H. Ward. [Iowa City, 1904.] 
4 to, pp. 36. Maps. 

Reprinted from the January, 1904, number of the Iowa Journal of History 
and Politics. (1556b 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The problem of the mounds, by Duren 
J. H. Ward. [Iowa City, 1905.] 
4 to, pp. 23. 

Reprinted from the January, 1905, number of the Iowa Journal of History 
and Politics. (1556c 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. The messages and proclamations of the 
governors of Iowa, compiled and edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh. Pub 
lished by the State Historical Society of Iowa. In 7 vols. Iowa City, 
Iowa. 

8vo. Vol. I. . 1903. pp. 487. , 

This volume contains the messages and proclamations of Governors Henry 
Dodge, 1836-1838; Robert Lncas, 1838-1840; John Chambers, 1841-1845; 
James Clarke, 1845-1846 ; Ansel Briggs, 1846-1850 ; Stephen Hempstead, 
1850-1854. (1557 

Vol. n. 1903. pp. 524. 

This volume contains the messages and proclamations of Governors James 
Wilson Grimes, 1854-1858 ; Ralph Phillips Lowe, 1858-1860 ; Samuel Jordan 
Kirkwood, 1860-1863. (1558 

Vol. in. 1903. pp. 472. 

This volume contains the messages and proclamations ef Governors William 
Milo Stone, 1864-1868; Samuel Merrill, 1868-1872. (1559 

Vol. iv. 1903. pp. 382. 

This volume contains the messages and proclamations of Governors Cyrus 
Clay Carpenter, 1872-1876 ; Samuel Jordan Kirkwood, 1876-1877 ; Joshua 
Giddings Newbold, 1877-1878. (156O 

Vol. v. 1904. pp. 425. 

This volume contains the messages and proclamations of Governors John 
Henry Gear, 1878-1882; Burer. Robinson Sherman, 1882-1886. (1561 

Vol. vi. 1904. pp. 429. 

This volume contains the messages and proclamations of Governors William 
Larrabee, 1886-1890; Horace Boies, 1890-1894. (1562 

Vol. vn. 1905. 8vo, pp. 480. 

This volume contains the messages and proclamations of Frank Darr Jackson 
(1894-1896), Francis Marion Drake (1896-1898), and Leslie Mortimer Shaw 
(1898-1902). (1563 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Bulletin of information. No. 1. April, 
1904. Provisions for membership in the State Historical Society of Iowa. 
Iowa City, April, 1904. 

8vo, pp. [4]. (1564 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Bulletin of information. No. 2. May, 
1904. An Iowa program for study clubs recommended by the State His 
torical Society of Iowa. Iowa City, May, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 11 ; [1]. (1565 



222 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF IOWA. Bulletin of information. No. 3. July, 
1904. Suggestions to public libraries and local historical societies relative 
to collecting and preserving materials of local history. Iowa City, July, 
1904. 

8vo, pp. 8. (156G 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. 
Iowa City. 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. Publications. Historical monograph, No. 1. His 
tory of the Aniana Society, or Community of True Inspiration. By William 
Rufus Perkins and Barthinius L. Wick. Iowa City, 1891. 

8vo, pp. vi, (2), 94. (1567 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. Publications. Historical monograph, No. 2. His 
tory of the Trappist abbey of New Melleray, in Dubuque County, Iowa. 
By William Rufus Perkins, A. M. Iowa City, 1892. 

8vo, pp. iv, (2), 79. (1568 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. Studies in sociology, economics, politics, and his 
tory. Vol. i. Iowa City, Iowa, 1899. (Iowa University. Bulletin. New 
series, Nos. 1-2.) 
Svo, pp. 296. 

Contents : Vol. i. Studies in the Politics of Aristotle and the Republic of 
Plato. By I. A. Loos. (1560 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. Studies in sociology, economics, politics, and his 
tory. Vol. 2. No. 1. * * * The early history of banking in Iowa, by 
Fred. D. Merritt. * * * Iowa City, Iowa, 1900. 

8vo, pp. viii, 150. 

Bibliography: p. [149]-150. (157O 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. Iowa University. Studies in sociology, economics, 
politics, and history. Vol. n, No. 2. * * * The political ideas of modern 
Japan; by Karl Kiyoshi Kawakami, A. M. Iowa City, 1903. 

8vo. pp. xvi, 1 1., 208. (1571 

STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA. The State University of Iowa. Studies in Soci 
ology, Economics, Politics, and History. Vol. in. No. 1. * * * The 
Freedinen s Bureau : a chapter in the history of reconstruction. By Paul 
Skeels Peirce. * * * Iowa City. la., 1904. 
8vo, p. 1., pp. vii, 200. 

At head of title : Bulletin of the State University of Iowa, new series, No. 74. 
March. 1904. 

Bibliography: p. [175]-186. 

"List of Congressional documents used v : p. [187] 191. (1572 



KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Topeka, Kans. 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A list of the collections of the Society. 
With an account of the organization of the Society, and an explanation of 
its objects. Topeka, [1877]. 

8vo, pp. 18. 

Title on cover. (1573 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. First Biennial Report. Submitted Janu 
ary 21, 1879. Topeka, 1879. 

Svo, pp. 63. (1574 



KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 223 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual meeting at the Senate chamber. 

Minutes of the fourth annual meeting, January 20, 1880. [Topeka, 1880.] 
8vo, pp. 4. 
No title-page. (1575 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proposition for a union of the miscel 
laneous hooks of the Kansas State Library with those of the Society. 1881. 

Svo. (1576 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions. First and Second Biennial 
Reports, with a statement of the collections of the Society from its organi 
zation, in 1875, to January, 1881. Yols. i and n. Topeka, 1881. 
8vo, pp. 328. Illustrated. 

Contents : Letter of W. L. Garrison, March 25, 1879 ; Address of Governor 
Charles Robinson [on Territorial Governors of Kansas] ; Kansas as a factor, 
by S. S. Prouty ; The governors of Kansas, by Governor A. H. Reeder ; Por 
trait of ex-Governor Charles Robinson ; In memoriam : Richard Baxter Taylor ; 
Kansas newspaper history ; * * * Eli Thayer ; New England Emigrant Aid 
Company; The Hyatt manuscripts [concerning Kansas, 1854-1857]; * * * 
First settlement of Geneva, by E. Fisk ; Wyandotte constitutional convention, 
by B. F. Simpson ; Capture of the latan flag, by F. M. Tracy ; Indian raid 
items; Kansas postal history, by E. J. Dallas; Early military posts [etc.], in 
Kansas ; Kansas Indian mission, by W. W. Cone ; The Kansas Indians, by S. 
H. Long. (1577 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions, embracing the Third and 
Fourth Biennial Reports, 1883-1885, together with copies from early Kansas 
Territorial records, and other historical papers. Also the proceedings of 
the Kansas Quarter-Centennial Celebration, January 29, 1886. Vol. in. 
Topeka, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 519. 

Contents : Address of T. D. Thacher, president of the Leavenworth Constitu 
tional Convention ; Third Biennial Report ; Address of Hon. F. P. Baker, presi 
dent : " The Kansas Legislature in 1862 ; " War and other State bonds of Kan 
sas ; Articles of impeachment of State officers, 1862 ; Compilation of the laws 
of Kansas, 1862 ; Fourth Biennial Report ; Biography of Governor Andrew H. 
Reeder ; Biography of Governor Wilson Shannon ; Address of ex-Governor F. P. 
Stanton, September 2, 1884 ; Address by ex-Governor James W. Denver, Sep 
tember 3, 1884 ; Kansas Quarter-Centennial, 1861-1886. (1578 
KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions, embracing the Fifth and 
Sixth Biennial Reports, 1886, 1888, together with copies of official papers 
during a portion of the administration of Governor Wilson Shannon, 1856, 
and the executive minutes of Governor John W. Geary during his adminis 
tration, beginning September 9, 1856, and ending March 10, 1857. Compiled 
by F. G. Adams, secretary. Vol. iv. Topeka, 1890. 
8vo, pp. 819. 

Contents : President Wilder s address. January 17. 1888 ; Personal reminis 
cences and Kansas emigration, 1855, by Isaac T. Goodnow ; Address of Samuel 
A. Kingman ; Origin of Kansas names, by W. H. Carruth ; The pioneer press of 
Kansas, by Charles F. Scott ; Colonization of the Upper Arkansas Valley, in 
Kansas, by H. N. Lester ; The Society, by J. W. Butterfield : Kansas, her history 
[etc.], by C. Borin ; Pioneers of Kansas, by J. F. Legate; Discoverer of Kansas 
[Lieutenant Dutisne], by J. P. Jones; Southwest Kansas, by J. S. Painter; The 
Swedes in Kansas, by C. A. Swensson ; The country west of Topeka prior to 
1865, by J. Humphrey ; Survey of Kansas Indian lands, by J. C. McCoy ; The 
rescue of Dr. John W. Doy, by J. B. Abbott; No Man s Land, by II. B. Kelly; 
Alvar Nunez de Cabega de Vaca, by Joel Moody : Kansas History, by W. A. 
Phillips ; Kansas, as seen in the Indian Territory, by Percival G. Lowe ; 
Governor John A. Martin, by Benjamin F. Simpson ; Governor Geary s adminis 
tration. Index. ( 1 57Sa 
KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions, 1889-96, together with ad 
dresses at annual meetings ; copies of official papers and executive minutes 
during the administrations of Governors Robert J. Walker, James W. 



224 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Denver, and Samuel Medary, and of Acting Governors Daniel Woodson, 
Fred, P. Stanton, James W. Denver, Hugh S. Walsh, and George M. Beebe, 
1857-60 ; and including some papers of dates 1855 and 1856, edited by F. G. 
Adams. Vol. v. Topeka, 1896. 

8vo, pp. 695. 

Contents : List of officers and members ; Account of meetings : John G. Whit- 
tier ; Autograph copy of the " Kansas Emigrant s Song ; " Lucy Larcom : Auto 
graph copy of " Call to Kansas ; " The convention epoch in Kansas history, by 
Richard Cordley ; The presidential campaign of 1856 the Fremont campaign, by 
Cyrus K. Holliday ; History and historical composition, by James S. Emery ; 
School lands on the Osage Reservation, by Peter McVicar ; Squatter courts in 
Kansas, by W. II. T. Wakefield ; Reminiscences of early times in Kansas, by Mrs. 
Lois H. Walker ;" The " Boy s " Story : reminiscences of 1855, by C. H. Dickson ; 
Trails in Southern Kansas, by J. R. Mead ; Address of President P. G. Lowe : 
some of his experiences in Kansas ; Col. William A. Phillips, by T. Dwight 
Thacber ; Memorial discourse on the life and character of William A. Phillips, by 
William Bishop ; Other obituary remarks on Col. Wm. A. Phillips, by Clifford C. 
Baker, E. B. Cowgill, Daniel R. Anthony, J. B. McAfee, John Speer, James F. 
Legate ; Timothy Dwight Thacher, biography compiled from various sources ; On 
the battle of Wilson Creek, by Albert R. Greene ; The romance of Kansas his 
tory, by Oscar E. Olin ; Incidents of the pioneer days, by John Speer ; Memoir 
of Prof. Isaac Goodnow, by Hugh D. Fisher ; Solon Otis Thacher, by Richard 
Cordley ; The early settlers of Kansas, their trials , privations, hardships, and 
sufferings, by Edmund N. Mori-ill ; Robert P. Flenniken, by B. F. Flenniken ; 
Documentary history of Kansas : Biographical sketches published in Col. D. 
Stewart Elliott s Coffeyville " Journal " : Secretary and Acting Governor Daniel 
Woodson, Robert John Walker, Frederick P. Stanton, James W. Denver, Hugh 
Sleight Walsh, Samuel Medary, George M. Beebe ; Gov. Reeder s administration ; 
Gov. Shannon s administration ; Gov. Geary s administration ; Gov. Walker s 
administration ; Gov. Denver s administration ; Gov. Medary s administration ; 
General Index; Chronological Index. (1579 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions, 1897-1900, together with 
addresses at annual meetings, memorials, and miscellaneous papers. Also, 
A catalog of Kansas constitutions, and territorial and state, documents in 
the Historical Society Library. Edited by Geo. W. Martin. Vol. vi. To 
peka, 1900. 

8vo. pp. 507. 

Contents : Officers, members ; The nineteenth Kansas Cavalry, by Horace L. 
Moore ; Memorial on Jamies M. Harvey, by L. R. Elliott ; The passengers on the 
" Welcome," by E. B. Cowgill ; Accuracy in history, by John Speer ; The begin 
nings of the University of Kansas, by F. H. Snow ; Reminiscences of September 
14, 1856, Invasion of the 2700, by Brinton W. Woodward; Memorial on 
Timothy Dwight Thacher; New England emigrant aid company as an invest 
ment society, by William H. Carruth ; The first provisional constitution of 
Kansas, by William E. Connelley ; History of normal school work in Kansas, 
by Albert R. Taylor ; The Kansas Soldiers Monument Association, by W. F. 
Cloud ; Some Pueblo ruins in Scott county, Kansas, by S. W. Williston and 
H. T. Martin ; Kansas in the Spanish-American war, by W. L. Brown ; The 
twentieth Kansas regiment in the Philippines, by Wilder S. Metcalf ; The 
twenty-second Kansas regiment, by A. M. Harvey ; Organization and service of 
the twenty-third Kansas regiment, by James Beck ; A Filipino battle flag, by 
J. R. Whisner ; The neutral lands, by Eugene F. Ware ; Memorial on Franklin 
G. Adams ; Biographical sketch of Franklin G. Adams ; The nationalization "of 
freedom, and the historical place of Kansas therein, by Richard J. Hinton ; 
Biography the basis of history : Biographical sketches of prominent Kansas men 
recently deceased ; Value of local history and the importance of preserving it, 
by William E. Connelley ; Topeka and her constitution, by Charles Robinson ; 
The burning of Osceola, Mo., by Lane, and the Quantrill massacre contrasted, 
by John Speer ; Organization of the republican party, by E. O. Learnard ; The 
Lawrence raid, by H. E. Palmer ; Pike of Pike s Peak, by Noble L. Prentis ; The 
story of Kansas, by Daniel W. Wilder ; James Montgomery, by E. S. W. Drought : 
The Indians agree to abandon Kansas, by T. A. McNeal ; The battle of Aricka- 
ree, by Winfield Freeman ; The first Kansas railway, by Charles S. Gleed \ 



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Claims for losses of Kansas settlers during the troubles of 1855 and 1856, by 
William Hutchinson ; Marais Des Cygnes tragedy, by Ed. R. Smith ; Pens that 
made Kansas free, by Richard J. Hinton ; Part n. Catalog: Constitutions; 
Kansas territory ; Kansas state ; The real Quivira, by W. E. Richey ; General 
Index. (1580 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions, together with addresses at 
annual meetings, memorials, and miscellaneous papers, edited by Geo. W. 
Martin. Vol. vii. 1901-1902. Topeka, 1902. 
8vo, pp. 619. 

Contents : Constitution ; Transactions ; The passing of slavery in western 
Missouri, by John G. Haskell ; Wardens of the marches, by John Madden ; 
Personal reminiscences of frontier life in southwest Kansas, by R. M. Wright; 
Historic sketch of the gypsum, cement, and plaster industry in Kansas, by 
Erasmus Haworth ; Southwestern Kansas, by T. A. McNeal ; Expositions in 
the history and development of states and peoples, by Mary E. Frost ; Recol 
lections of Fort Riley, by Percival G. Lowe ; The genesis of a state s metropolis, 
by Frank II. Betton ; Lorenzo I). Lewelling, by W. J. Costigan ; The discovery 
and development of natural gas in Kansas, by Charles F. Scott ; Captain Henry 
Kuhn, by C. E. Foote ; The sources of the constitution of Kansas, by Rosa M. 
Perdue ; Quarter-century celebration addresses by John Francis, Samuel A. 
Kingman ; Historical societies in the United States, by Daniel W. Wilder ; An 
incident of the war in 1862, by John Francis ; The Kansas State Agricultural 
College, by J. D. Walters ; Mother Bickerdyke, by Julia A. Chase ; Reminis 
cences of northwest Kansas, by G. Webb Bertram ; In at the birth, and - , by 

E. C. Manning; Horticulture in Kansas, by Cora Wellhouse Bullard ; Early 
life of Quantrill in Kansas, by W. A. Johnson ; Slavery in Kansas, by C. E. 
Cory ; The lead and zinc field of Kansas, by Irene G . Stone ; Kansas and the 
flag dedication of a monument marking the site of Pike s Pawnee village : 
J. C. Price s address ; From Quirira to Kansas, by Henry F. Mason ; Lest we 
forget, by Margaret Hill McCarter ; Pike a typical American soldier, by John C. 
Carpenter ; Congratulatory address, by Katharine S. Lewis ; Footsteps of 
liberty, by Noah L. Bowman ; The Anglo-Saxon and his conquests, by F. 
Dumont Smith ; The progress of women, by Helen Kimber ; Where was the 
Pawnee republic?, by Elias Branson Cowgill ; The old road and Pike s Pawnee 
village, by Charles S. Scott ; Survey of the northern boundary line of Kansas, 
by C. W. Johnson ; Settlement of the Friends in Kansas, by William H. Coffin ; 
The territorial and military combine at Fort Riley, by Geo. W. Martin ; Sketches 
of Kansas pioneer experience, by William Hutchinson ; Noble L. Prentis, by 

F. L. Vandegrift ; Among the sovereign squats, by Theodosius Botkin : Early day 
post-offices in Kansas, by E. J. Dallas ; The Lecompton party which located 
Denver, by Ely Moore ; The legislative war of 1898, inside, outside, and back 
again, by J. Ware Butter-field ; Travel by stage in the early days, by Henry 
Tisdale ; Sketch of E. L. Ackley ; Capt. Charles A. Ilamelton, by John. II. Rice ; 
Reminiscences of Kansas, by Andrew J. Mead ; An Indian fight on the Solomon, 
by D. S. Rees ; Origin of county names ; Origin of city names ; Col. Richard J. 
Hinton ; Patriotism and education in the Methodist church, by John Speer ; 
John Hutchinson in memoriam ; The college of Emporia, Andrew Carnegie, and 
John Byars Anderson, by Geo. W. Martin ; The events of 1856 : The twenty- 
first of May, by R. G. Elliott ; Capture of Fort Saunders, Aug. 15, 1856, by 
O. I . Kennedy ; The capture of Titus, Aug. 16, by William Crutchfield ; Battle 
of Hickory Point, by Charles W. Smith. Lincoln in Kansas ; Ernest Valeton 
Boissiere, by George A. Huron ; The Kansas State Historical Society, by Geo. 
W. Martin; General index. (1581 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Transactions, 1903-1904; Together with 
addresses at annual meetings, miscellaneous papers, and a roster of Kansas 
for fifty years. Edited by Geo. W. Martin. Vol. vm. Topeka, 1904. 
8vo, pp. ix, 594. Illus. 

Contents : United States land offices in Kansas, by Albert R. Greene ; The 
story of the Seventh Kansas, by S. M. Fox ; Sherman county and the H. U. A., 
by E. E. Blackman ; Massacre of Confederates by Osage Indians in 1863, by 
W. L. Bartles ; Along the trail, by John Madden ; Indian reservations in Kansas 
and the extinguishment of their title, by Anna II. Abel ; Black Kettle s last 
raid 1868, by Hill P. Wilson ; Secretary s annual report ; Historical work in 
Osage county, by Charles R. Green ; A famous old crossing on tne Suntu Fe 

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226 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

trail, by Geo. P. Morehouse ; Business then and now, by James C. Horton ; 
The fourth Kansas militia in the Price raid, by William T. McClure ; Early 1 
Spanish explorations and Indian implements in Kansas, by W. E. Richey ; 
Reminiscences of the Yeager Raid, 1863, by D. Hubbard ; The Wichita Indians in 
Kansas, by James R. Mead : The Pottawatomie Massacre, by S. J. Shively ; The 
Osage ceded lands, by C. E. Cory ; Reminiscences of James C. Horton ; Along the 
Kaw trail, by Geo. P. Morehouse ; An attempted rescue of John Brown from 
Charlestown, Va., jail, by O. E. Morse; Taking the census and other incidents in 
1855, by James R. McClure ; The Friends establishment in Kansas territory, by 
Wilson Hobbs ; Kansas at Chickamauga and Chattanooga; With John Brown in 
Kansas, by August Bondi ; The great seal of Kansas, by Robert Hay ; A state 
flower ; Emigration to Kansas in 1856, by Robert Morrow ; John A. Anderson a 
character sketch, by Geo. W. Martin ; Quantrill and the Morgan-Walker tragedy, 
by John J. Lutz ; The capitals of Kansas, by Franklin G. Adams ; The eleventh 
Kansas regiment at Platte Bridge, by S. H. Fairchild ; The Big Springs Conven 
tion, by R. G. Elliott ; In memoriam Otis Berthonde Gunn ; A Kansas pioneer 
merchant, by Geo. W. Martin; Railroad grading among Indians, by A. Roenigk ; 
A defense by Samuel D. Lecompte ; A Kansas soldier s escape from Camp Ford, 
Texas, by Geo. W. Martin ; Autobiography of F. B. Sanborn ; Reminiscences of 
Frederick Chouteau ; Isle au Vache, by George J. Remsburg ; The battle of the 
Spurs and John Brown s exit from Kansas, by L. L. Kienie ; The establishment 
of counties in Kansas, by Helen G. Gill ; High waters in Kansas from the 
diary of Jotham Meeker, 1844, and other manuscripts; The Kansas Indians in 
Shawnee county after 1855, by Fannie E. Cole ; Recollections of early times in 
Kansas territory, from the standpoint of a regular cavalryman, by Robert M. 
Peck; A roster of Kansas for fifty years; General index. (1582 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Address before the Society at its annual 
meeting, January 18. 1881. By ex-Governor Robinson. 

Cutting from The Daily Journal, Topeka, January 26, 1881. (1583 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Objects of collection desired by the 
Society. 

Circular. (1584 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Third Biennial Report, presented January 
16, 1883. Topeka, 1883. 

8vo, pp. 98. (1585 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. List, by counties, of newspapers and 
periodicals published in Kansas, March 1, 1884. Compiled by F. G. Adams. 
Topeka, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 23. (1586 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fourth Biennial Report, presented Janu 
ary 20, 1885. Topeka, 1885. 
8vo, pp. 87. 
Contains address by Floyd P. Baker, " The Kansas legislature in 1862. (1587 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fifth Biennial Report of the Board of 
Directors of the Society, presented at its eleventh annual meeting, January 
18, 1887. Topeka, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 109. (1588 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. List, by counties, of the newspapers and 
periodicals published in Kansas, January 1. 1889. Compiled by F. G. 
Adams, secretary of the Society. Topeka, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 38. (1589 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Lights and shadows of Kansas history. 
Annual address by William A. Phillips. 

Magazine of Western History, Vol. xn, May, 1890, pp. 6-15. New York, 1890. 

(1590 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sixth Biennial Report for the period com 
mencing January 19, 1887, and ending November 20, 1888. Topeka, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 128. (1591 



KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 227 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Seventh Biennial Report, November 21, 
1888-November 18, 1890. Topeka, 1891. 

Svo, pp. 124. (1592 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Eighth Biennial Report, November 18, 
1890-November 15, 1892. Topeka, 1892. 

Svo, pp. 134 (1). (159S 

KA.NSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Columbian history of education in Kansas. 
An account of the public-school system, an explanation of its practical oper 
ations, a review of its auxiliary teachers associations, sketches of the 
several public educational institutions, local histories of the schools by 
counties and cities, and a brief outline of the work accomplished in private 
and denominational schools. With illustrations. Compiled by Kansas edu 
cators and published under the auspices of the Kansas State Historical 
Society, for the Columbian Exposition, 1893. Topeka, 1892. 

Svo, pp. vii (1), 231. Portraits. (1594 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A directory of the Kansas Historical Ex 
hibit in the Kansas State Building at the World s Columbian Exposition. 
Exhibited by the State Historical Society. Topeka, 1893. 

Svo, pp. 36. (1595 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Abstract of the Ninth Biennial Report of 
the Kansas State Historical Society for the two years ending November 1, 
1894. Contains a list of Kansas newspapers. Topeka, 1894. 

Svo, pp. 24. (159<> 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Ninth biennial report of the Board of 
Directors for the period commencing November 1(5, 1892, and ending Novem 
ber 20, 1894. Also Proceedings of the meetings, 1895. Topeka, 1895. 
Svo, pp. 174. 

Contains : A list of the newspapers and periodicals published in Kansas June 
1, 1S95. (1597 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Tenth biennial report, November 20, 1894- 
November 17, 1896. Topeka, 189(5. 
Svo, pp. 184. 
Contains a list of Kansas newspapers and periodicals. (1598 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Eleventh biennial report, November 1, 
1896, to November 1, 1898. Topeka, 1898. 
Svo, pp. 186. 

Contains : A list of newspapers and periodicals published in Kansas, December 
1, 1898. (1599 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Address of John Speer, on Accuracy in 
history, delivered before the twenty-second annual meeting of the Society 
at Topeka, January 18, 1898. Topeka, 1898. 

Svo, pp. 24. (16OO 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The collection of history. Circular by 
Eugene F. Ware, President. Topeka, Kansas, 1899. 

Svo, pp. 6. (Kioi 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalog of the Kansas territorial and 
state documents in the library of the State Historical Society. 1854-1898. 
Topeka, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 93. 

On cover: Prepared by Miss Zu Adams. (1GO2 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Twelfth biennial report of the Board of 
Directors for the period November 1, 1898, to November 1, 1900. Topeka, 
1900. 

Svo, pp. US (1). (1603 



228 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Thirteenth Biennial Report of the Board 
of Directors for the fractional period November 1, 1900, to June 30, 1902. 
Including proceedings twenty-seventh annual meeting, held December 2, 
1902 ; also list of newspapers to December 1, 1902. Topeka, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 101. (1603a 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual 
meeting, Topeka, January 10, 1900. Containing also report of secretary 
and revised list of Kansas newspapers up to February 15, 1900. Topeka, 
1900. 

8vo, pp. -48. (16O4 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Report of the secretary for the year ending 
January 21, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 7. (16O5 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Story of the Seventh Kansas. [By Simeon 
M. Fox.] [ Topeka V 1902?] 
8vo, pp. 3G [1]. 

An address made before the 27th annual meeting of the Kansas State His 

torical Society, Dec. L , 190:2. (16O 

KANSAS STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fourteenth biennial report of the Board of 

Directors for the biennial period July 1, 1902, to June 30, 1904. Including 

proceedings twenty-eighth and twenty-ninth annual meetings, held Decem 

ber 1, 1903, and December 0, 1904 ; also list of Kansas books and newspapers 

up to December 1, 1904. Topeka, 1904. 

8vo, pp. vii, 147. (1607 

MARSHALL COUNTY (KANSAS) PIONEER ASSOCIATION. 

MARSHALL COUNTY (KANSAS) PIONEER ASSOCIATION. Primitive northern Kan 
sas. Address before the association, September 11, 1880, by F. G. Adams. 
Atchison, 1880. 

8vo. (16O8 



BOYLE COUNTY (KENTUCKY) HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Danville, Ky. 

BOYLE COUNTY (KENTUCKY) HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Genesis of a pioneer 
Commonwealth. LBy Thomas E. Pickett] Maysville, Ky., [1885]. 
8vo, pp. 10. No title-page. 

The above account is in the form of a letter addressed to the Secretary of the 
Boyle County Historical Society, in response to an invitation to attend the 
Society s celebration of the centennial anniversary of the " first delegate con 
vention " of Kentucky, assembled at Danville in 1785, (160!) 

FILSON CLUB. 
Louisville, Ky. 

FJLSON CLUB. John Filson, the first historian of Kentucky. An account of his 
life and writings, principally from original sources. Prepared for the Fil 
son Club, and read at its meeting June 26, 1884, by Reuben T. Durrett. 
Louisville, 1884. 

4to, pp. 132. Portraits. 

This is the first of a series of publications to be made by the Filson Club, 

*an association organized for the purpose of collecting and preserving historical 

matter relating to the early history of the central West, and especially to Ken 

tucky. (161O 



FILSON CLUB. 229 

FILSON CLUB. The Wilderness Road ; a description of the routes of travel by 
which the pioneers and early settlers first came to Kentucky. Prepared for 
the Filson Club, by Thomas Speed. Louisville, Ky., 1880. 

4 to, pp. 75. 

Title on cover : " Filson Club Publications, number two. The Wilderness Road. 
By Thomas Speed." (1611 

FILSON CLUB. The pioneer Press of Kentucky, from the printing of the first 
paper west of the Alleghanies, August 11, 1787, to the establishment of the 
daily press, in 1830. By William Henry Perrin. Written for the Filson 
Club, and read at its August meeting, 1887, being the centennial year of 
Kentucky journalism. [Louisville], 1888. 
4to, pp. 93. Portraits ; facsimile. 

Pages 90-93 contain a memorial paper on Richard Henry Collins, historian, 
and editor of the Maysville Eagle. (1612 

FILSON CLUB. Life and Times of Judge Caleb Wallace, some time a .justice of 
the court of appeals of Kentucky. By W. H. Whitsitt. Louisville, 1888. 

4to, pp. 6, (1), 151. 

Filson Club Publications, No. 4. (1(113 

FILSON CLUB. An Historical Sketch of St. Paul s Church, Louisville. Ky. Pre 
pared for the semi-centennial celebration, October (5, 1880, by Reuben T. Dur- 
rett. Published under the auspices of the Filson Club. Louisville. 1880. 

Small 4to, pp. xv, 75. Portraits, wood cuts. 

Filson Club Publications, No. 5. (1614 

FILSON CLUB,- The political Beginnings of Kentucky. By John Mason Brown. 
Louisville, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 263. Portraits. 

Filson Club Publications, No. G. (1615 

FILSON CLUB. Two papers, namely, " Money," read before the Filson Club. 
Louisville, March 4, 1800, and "Washington," from the New York Inde 
pendent, April 25, 1880. By Cassius M. Clay. [New York, 1800.] 

8vo, pp. 16. (1616 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 7. The centenary of Kentucky. 
Proceedings at the celebration by the Filson Club, Wednesday, June 1. 1802. 
of the one hundredth anniversary of the admission of Kentucky as an 
independent State into the Federal Union. Louisville, 1802. 
4to, pp. 200. Portraits. 

Contains address by Reuben T. Durrett, " The State of Kentucky : Its dis 
covery, settlement, autonomy, and progress for a hundred years." (1617 
FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 8. The centenary of Louisville. 
A paper read before the Southern Historical Association, Saturday, May 
1st, 1880, in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the be 
ginning of the city of Louisville as an incorporated town, under an act of 
the legislature of Virginia. By Reuben T. Durrett. Louisville, 1803. 

4to, pp. 200. Three portraits. (161S 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 0. The political club, Danville. 
Ky., 1780-1700; being an account of an early Kentucky society, from the 
original papers recently found. By Thomas Speed. Louisville, 1804. 

4to, pp. 12, 167. (1610 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 10. The Life and Writings of 
Rafinesque. By Richard E. Call. Louisville, Ky., 1805. 

4to, pp. 214. (1620 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 11. Transylvania University: its 
origin, rise, decline, and fall. Prepared for the Filson Club, by Robert 
Peter. Louisville, 180G. 

4 to, pp. 202. Portrait. (1621 



230 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

FICSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 12. Bryant s station and the 
memorial proceedings held on its site under the auspices of the Lexington 
Chapter, D. A. R., August the 18th, 1896, in honor of its heroic mothers and 
daughters. Prepared for publication by Reuben T. Durrett. Louisville, 
Kentucky, 1899. 

4to, pp. vii, 277. Plates. Portraits. (1622 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 13. First explorations of Ken 
tucky. Doctor Thomas Walker s journal of an exploration of Kentucky 
in 1750, being the first record of ji white man s visit to the interior of that 
territory; now first published entire, with notes and biographical sketch, 
also Colonel Christopher Gist s journal of a tour through Ohio and Ken 
tucky in 1751, with notes and sketch by J. Stoddard Johnston, Louisville, 
Kentucky. 1898. 

4to, pp. xix, 222. Portraits. (1623 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 14. The Clay family. Part first 
The mother of Henry Clay, by Zachary F. Smith ; Part second The gene 
alogy of the Clays, by Mary Rogers Clay. Louisville, Kentucky, 1899. 

4to, pp. vi, 252. Portraits. (1623a 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 15. The Battle of Tippecanoe. 
Read before the Filson Club, November 1, 1897. By Alfred Pirtle. Louis 
ville, Kentucky, 1900. 

4to, pp. xix, 158. Portrait. (1624 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No, 16. Boonesborough. Its founding, 
pioneer struggles, Indian experiences. Transylvania days, and Revolution 
ary annals. With full historical notes and appendix by George W. Ranck. 
Louisville, Kentucky, 1901. 

4to, pp. xi, (1), 2S6. Illustrated. (162,% 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications. No. 17. The old masters of the Bine- 
grass, Jouett, Bush, Grimes, Frazier, Morgan, Hart. By Samuel Woodson 
Price. Louisville, Kentucky, 1902. 

4to, pp. xvii, 181. Illustrated. (1626 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 18. The Battle of the Thames in 
which Kentuckians defeated the British, French, and Indians, October 5, 
1813. With a list of the officers and privates who won the victory. By 
Bennett H. Young. Louisville, Kentucky, 1903. 
4to. pp. 274. Portraits. 

Appendix contains : Oliver Hazard Perry and the Kentuckians who helped to 
win the Battle of Lake Erie, September 10, 1813 ; Roll of field, staff, company 
officers, and privates, Kentucky Volunteers, in the War of 1812. (1627 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 19. The battle of New Orleans, 
including the previous engagements between the Americans and the British, 
the Indians, and the Spanish which led to the final conflict on the 8th of 
January, 1815. By Zachary F. Smith. Louisville, Kentucky, 1904. 
4to, pp. xv, (1), 209. Illustrated. 

Appendix contains : List of Kentuckians in the battle of New Orleans ; Roll 
of field and staff, Slaughter s regiment, Kentucky detached militia, War of 
1812, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Gabriel Slaughter ; Roll of field and 
staff, Davis s regiment, Kentucky detached militia, War of 1812, commanded by 
Lieut-Col. Presley Gray. - (1628 

FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 20. The history of the medical de 
partment of Transylvania University. By Robert Peter. Prepared for 
publication by his daughter, Johanna Peter. Louisville, Kentucky, 1905. 

4to, pp. xi (1), 193. Illustrated. (1629 



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FILSON CLUB. Filson Club Publications, No. 21. Lopez s expeditions to Cuba, 
1850 and 1851. By Anderson C. Quisenberry. Read before the Club April 
3, 1905. Louisville, Kentucky, 1906. 

4to, pp. 172. Illustrated. (163O 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Louisville, and Frankfort. 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Act of incorporation and constitution and by 
laws ; organized March, 1838, at Louisville. Louisville, 1838. 

12mo, pp. 12. (1631 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memorial from the Society, in relation to a 
geological survey of Kentucky. [1847.] 

8vo, pp. 13. No title page. (1G32 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular containing list of officers and charter 
members and an appeal to the public, signed by G. W. Ranck, curator. 
[1873.] 

Sheet. ( 1633 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting. 
February 11, 1880. Frankfort, 1880. 

Svo. ( 1634 

The society was reorganized in 1878. 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the Dedication of the Hall of 
the Society in the State Capitol, June 7, 18(>9-1881. Frankfort. 1881. 
8vo, pp. 12. 

The date 1869 should be 1769. as it is given on the half title on the first 
page, that date representing the arrival of Findlay s expedition in Kentucky. 

(1635 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An oration, delivered on the occasion of the 

centennial commemoration of the battle of the Blue Licks, August 19, 1882, 

by John Mason Brown. Published under the auspices of the Society. 
Frankfort, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 55. Folded map. (1636 

KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Some account of the Society. By E. Jarvis. 

American Quarterly Register, Vol. xv, pp. 72-77. (1637 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Frankfort, Ky. 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reports. From its reorganization, Oct. 
G, 1890, to Oct. 4, 1902. Louisville, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 21. (163S 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Register. [Vol. i. No. i, January, 
1903.] January, 1903. Louisville, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 83. Portraits. 

Contents: Officers ; A nesv light on Daniel Boone s ancestry, by Jennie C. 
Morton ; Kentucky s first railroad, which was the first one west of the Alleghany 
mountains, by Ed. Porter Thompson ; Address of the vice-president, John A. 
Steele ; The seal of Kentucky ; Copy of a letter from Gen. Benj. Logan to Gov 
ernor Isaac Shelby, 1793; Counties in Kentucky and origin of their names f The 
Kentucky river and its islands ; Department of genealogy : Averill, Bibb. 
Crockett, Dudley. Reunion of the Alves tribe ; Reports from the Society from 
its reorganization, October 6, 1896, to October 4, 1902. (163O 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Register. [Vol. i, No. n, May, 1903.] 
Louisville, 1903. 

Svo, pp. 89. Illustrated. 

Contents : Governor Isaac Shelby, bis history and portrait with chapter of 
General Evan Shelby s credentials in the colonial wars ; John L. Audubon, by 
Wm. L. Alves ; The attack on Spanish gunboats at Cardenas, Chapman Todd ; 



232 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Historical sketches of banners used by Kentucky troops during the Spanish war, 
1899 ; The migration of trade centers, by Robert E. Jones ; Historical informa 
tion and how obtained ; Romance of Mary Ball the love story of the mother of 
Washington ; The first school taught in Kentucky, from a Louisville newspaper, 
1878 ; Department of genealogy and history : Edmonsons James, by Sarah E. 
James Chesney ; Fall, by Elizabeth Fall Taylor. Governor James Garrard ; 
Governor Christopher Greenup ; Necrology; Reports of the Society. (164O 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Register. September, 1903. Vol. i, 
No. in. Louisville, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 111. Illus. 

Contents : Biographical sketch of Charles S. Scott, by Pattie Burnley, with 
supplemental extracts from history ; Brief sketch of Governor George Madison 
and of Governor Gabriel Slaughter, by Jennie C. Morton ; The blockade of 
southern Cuba, by Chapman Coleman Todd ; Lost Island a tradition of a 
floating island, poem by Jennie C. Morton ; Biographical sketch of Theodore 
O Hara, by Jennie C. Morton ; Department of history and genealogy : Johnson 
and Arnold families ; Strother family ; The Keiths ; History of the Lee family ; 
Report of the meeting of the Society, 6th of June, 1903. (1641 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Register. January, 1904. Vol. 2, No. 
iv. Louisville, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 115. Illus. 

Contents : Biographical sketch of Governor John Adair, by Jennie C. Morton ; 
Biographical sketch of Governor Joseph Desha ; Biographical sketch of Governor 
Thomas Metcalfe, by Jennie C. Morton ; Lieutenant-Governors of Kentucky from 
1792 to 1903; Roll of Quirk s Scouts, C. S. A., January, 1863; The Ball Inter 
national Union; The convention of the D. A. R. in Owensboro, Ky., Oct. 29-31, 
1903; Colonel Richard Calloway, [by Jennie C. Morton]; Department of his 
tory and genealogy : The Steeles and Rennicks, Rowans, Huestons, and Todds, 
by Mary Willis Woodson ; Colonel B. G. Slaughter, sketch of his life by Jennie 
C. Morton, also the Slaughter genealogy, by a descendant ; Report from the 
Society. (1642 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY . Register. May, 1904. Vol. 2, No. v. 
Louisville, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 86. Illus. 

Contents: The old capitol, by George C. Downing; Governor John Breathitt, 
by Jennie C. Morton ; Washington, first county seat of Mason county, by Lucy 
Coleman Lee ; The Governor s mansion on High and Clinton Streets, by Jennie 
C. Morton ; Genealogical and Historical department : The Slaughter family, by 
W. A. Slaughter ; Payne genealogy ; The Williams and Hutchcraft genealogy 
and history ; Clippings of historical people and events ; Reports from the 
Society. (1643 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY . Register. Vol. n, No. G. September, 

1904. Louisville, Ky., 1904. 
8vo, pp. 102. Illus. 

Contents : Officers and committees ; Governor James Clark, by Jennie C. 
Morton ; Governor Charles A. Wickliffe, by Jennie C. Morton ; General Forrest s 
account of Emma Sansom s heroism at Gadsden ; Genealogical and Historical 
Department : Bacon, Hardins, Jennings, Boone. Paragraphs and clippings of 
general information and current history Lost state of Franklin, by C. H. 
Todd; Report of the Society, annual meeting, June 7, 1904; Necrology. (1644 
KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Register. Vol. 3, No. vn. January, 

1905. Louisville, 1905. 
8vo, pp. 96. Portraits. 

Contents : Officers ; Robert P. Letcher sketch of his life, by Jennie C. 
Morton ; William Owsley, by Jennie C. Morton ; A Gymkhana in Harrodsburgh 
over 100 years ago, by Jno. F. B. Lillard ; List of auditors of the state of Ken 
tucky, 1792-1905 ; Names of the historic families of Kentucky ; Unveiling cere 
monies of the monument erected by the state of Michigan in honor of the 
brave Kentuckians and others who lost their lives in the defense of this country 
in the Battle and Massacre of River Raisin, on January 22 and 23d, 1813, 
Monroe, Michigan, September 1, 1904. Department of genealogy and history : 
McKamies, Steeles, Williams; Clippings and paragraphs of current history; 
Inquiries and answers; Report of the secretary. (1644i 



LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 233 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Register. Vol. 3, No. vm. May, 1905. 
Louisville, Ky., 1905. 

8vo, pp. 115, (1). 

Contents : Governor John J. Crittenden, by Jennie C. Morton ; The home of 

Governor Crittenden, Frankfort ; Michigan s tribute to Kentucky : Monument 

erected in honor of Kentucky heroes who fell at the Battle of River Raisin, 

Jan. 22-23, 1813; The new capitol site; Clippings and paragraphs of current 

history ; "Across the Plains," 1852, by John Montgomery ; " Ingleside," a 

pioneer home of Franklin County, by <}. C. Downing; Department of history 

and genealogy : Taylor, Morris, Harrison, Irvine, Major ; Names of the historic 

families of Kentucky; Report of the Society. (1645 

KENTUCKY STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Register. September, 1905. Vol. 3, 

No. ix. Louisville, Ky., 1905. 

8vo, pp. 103. Portraits. Plate. 

Contents : Officers ; Sketch of Governor John L. Helm, by Jennie C. Morton ; 
Sketch of Governor John J. Crittenden, concluded ; Copy of an original letter 
of John Breckenridge to his friend, Joseph Cabell in Buckingham, Virginia, 
1793 ; Kentucky s first immigrants, by Wm. Crowe ; The early courts of Ken 
tucky, by Chapman C. Todd ; Something about Col. Dick Johnson s Indian 
school in Scott County, Ky., 1833-40 ; Sketch of the life of Sophia Fox Sea, by 
Jennie C. Morton ; Names of the historic families of Kentucky, from historic 
records ; Clippings and paragraphs of current history ; Department of history 
and genealogy ; Report from the Society. (164O 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. LOUISVILLE BRANCH. 

Louisville, Ky. 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Cheatham s story of Spring Hill. 
Read before the Association, 1881, by B. F. Cheatlmm. 

Southern Bironae, Vol. in, pp. 337-34G. (1647 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Recollections of Libby Prison. By 
J. L. Burrows. Read before the Association. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. xi, pp. 83-02. Richmond, [1883]. 

(1648 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Battle of .Tohnsonville. By John 
W. Morton. Read before the Association. 

Southern Historical Roddy Papers, Vol. x, pp. 471-4S8. Richmond [1882]. 

(164J 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The descent of Gen. Robert Edward 
Lee from King Robert the Bruce of Scotland. By William Winston Fon 
taine. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. ix. pp. 103-200. 

Read before the Louisville Branch March 20, 1881. (165O 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Kenesaw Mountain. By S. G. 
French. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. ix, pp. r>or-f>ll. Richmond, 1881. 
Read before the Society. (16.11 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Some reminiscences of the second 
of April 18r>5. By II. W. Bruce. Read before the Louisville Branch of the 
Southern Historical Society. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. ix, pp. 2OO-211. Richmond, 1881. 

(1652 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Reminiscences of Hood s Tennessee 
Campaign. By W. O. Dodd. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. ix, pp. 518-H24. Richmond, 1881. 

( 1653 



234 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The lost opportunity at Spring Hill, 
Teun. General [B. F.] Cheathani s reply to General Hood. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. ix, pp. 524-541. Richmond, 1881. 
Read before the Society. (1654 

LOUISVILLE SOUTHERN HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Defence of Vicksburg in 1862. 
The battle of Baton Rouge. By John B. Pirtle. 

Southern Historical Society Papers, Vol. vni, pp. 324-332. Richmond, 1880. 
Read before the Society. (1655 



LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. (NEW ORLEANS.} 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An Account of the Society ; Constitution ; List 
of Members. 

French s Historical Collections of Louisiana, part 2, pp. 115. Philadelphia, 
1850. (1656 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. By-laws of the Louisiana Historical Society. 
Incorporated January 10, 1860. Baton Rouge, 1860. 

12mo, pp. 12. (1657 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular from George W. Cable, corresponding 
secretary, September 1, 1877. New Orleans, 1877. 

Sheet. (1658 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse delivered before the Historical 
Society of Louisiana, January 13, 1836. By Henry A. Billiard. New 
Orleans, 1836. 

8vo, pp. 30. 

Reprinted in French s Historical Collections of Louisiana, part 1, pp. 123. 
New York, 1846. (1659 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical Collections of Louisiana. Compiled 
by B. F. French. Parts 2, 3. Philadelphia, New York, 1850-51. 
Two vols., 8vo. Map. 

These two volumes are dedicated to the Society ; the whole series comprises 
seven volumes, but these are the only ones connected with the Society. (166!) 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications of the Louisiana Historical So 
ciety, New Orleans, La. Vol. i, Part i, 1895. New Orleans, 1895. 
8vo, pp. 35. 

Contents : Report of Prof. Alcee Fortier, as chairman of committee on work 

and archives; Address of President Fortier at annual meeting; Report of John 

R. Ficklen, secretary and treasurer ; Oration of Dr. B. M. Palmer : The tribunal 

of history : List of officers and members. (1661 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. i, Part 11, 1895. New 

Orleans, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 49, facsimile of Andrew Jackson letter. 

Contents : Resolutions on the death of Charles Gayarre ; Old Colonial Papers, 

by Alcee Fortier; A Relic of the Confederacy, by Thomas J. Semmes ; The West 

Florida Resolution, by Henry L. Favrot ; A Letter from Gen. Andrew Jackson 

(January 7, 1815), by William II. Seymour; An Old Manuscript, reviewed by 

Grace King. (1662 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. i, Part HI, 1896. New 

Orleans, 3896. 

8vo, pp. 42. 

Contents : List of Members ; Minutes of the Secretary ; Sketch of Pierre 
Margry, by Gustave Devron ; The West Florida Revolution, by H. L. Favrot; 
The Capture of Fort Charlotte, by William Beer ; The Defenses of New Orleans 
in 1797; Letter of Gen. Andrew Jackson (May 19, 1821) ; Publications received. 

(1663 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. i, Part iv, 1896. 
8vo, pp. 39. Plates. 

Contents : Meetings of the Society ; The mounds of Louisiana, i, by George 
E. Beyer; Facsimile of the Moniteur de la Louisiane, 1794. (1664 



LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 235 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. n, Part i, 1897. New 
Orleans, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 47. Plates. 

Contents : Extracts from the minutes of the Society ; The mounds of Louisiana, 
by George E. Beyer ; Two original and newly found documents of the departure, 
shipwreck, and death of Aubry, the last French governor of Louisiana, by 
Gustavus Devron ; The climate of New Orleans, from the weather bureau 
record of past twenty-seven years 1871-1897 ; Statement of the sugar crop 
made in Louisiana in 1896-07 from the Louisiana sugar report ; Cotton crop 
of the United States and Louisiana 1896-97 from the secretary s report of 
the New Orleans cotton exchange. (1665 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. n. Part 2, 1898. 

8vo, pp. 43. 

Contents : Meetings of the society ; Letter of Governor Miro to the Commis 
sioners of the state of Georgia and remarks thereon, by G. Cusachs ; Investi 
gation of some shell mounds in Calcasieu Parish, by Geo. E. Beyer ; Ancient 
basket work from A very s Island, by George E. Beyer ; The northwestern 
boundary of Louisiana, with special reference to the French cession of 1803, 
by John K. Ficklen. (1666 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. n, Part in, 1900. 

8vo, pp. 88. 

Contents : Transactions of the society, 1899-1900 ; The Cathedral Archives, 
by James S. Zacharie ; Mound investigations at Lemar, La., by Geo. E. Beyer ; 
New Orleans " Its old streets and places," by James S. Zacharie. (1667 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. n. Part 4, December. 1901. 
New Orleans, 1902. 
8vo, pp. 46. 

Contents : Notice of the death of Gustave Devron, by Alcee Fortier ; Cen 
tennial of the Louisiana Purchase ; Synopsis of the business transacted in the 
meetings 1900-01; The State Seal, by Henry L. Favrot ; The Louisiana 
Ursulines, by Henry Renshaw ; Traite de la Compagnie des Indes avec Les 
TIrsulines. (1668 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. in, Part i. New Orleans, 
1902. 

8vo, pp. 23. 

Reception of President William McKinley at the Cabildo, New Orleans, May 
2nd, 1901. (1669 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. Vol. in. Part n. Centennial 
celebration of the Louisiana Transfer, December, 1003. Compiled by 
Alcoe Fortier, with the assistance of James M. Augustin. New Orleans, 
1904. 

8vo, pp. 119. Illus. 

Part in given in Appendix. (167O 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the exhibit . . . opened Febru 
ary 20th, 1900, at the Fisk free public library in New Orleans, La. New 
Orleans, 1900. 

8vo, pp. [16]. (1671 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Official souvenir programme of the transfer of 
Louisiana from France to the United States. Commemoration by the 
Louisiana Historical Society at New Orleans, La., December 18th, 19th, and 
20th, 1903. Historical and statistical data of Louisiana and New Orleans 
. . . Ed. and pub. by James M. Augustin . . . by authority of the Louisi 
ana Historical Society. [New Orleans] [1903?] 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 34, 1 1., [61 p. incl., ports. 
At head of title: 1803. 1903. 

2d ed. Appended is an account, omitted from the 1st edition, of the colo 
nial ball and the historical banquet held in connection with the celebration. 

(1672 



236 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

LOUISIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Synopsis of the history of Louisiana, from the 
founding of the colony to the end of the year 1791. By the Chevalier Guy 
Soniat du Fossat, officer in the French army, who came to New Orleans in 
1751 and was the founder of the American branch of the family of Soniat 
du Fossat. Tr. from the French, at the request, and by the resolution of 
the Louisiana Historical Society, by one of its members, Charles T. Soniat, 
esq., a descendant of the chevalier * * * . [New Orleans? 1903.] 

Svo, pp. 43. (1673 



BLUEHILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

BLUEHILL HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical sketches of Bluehill, Me. By 
R. G. F. Candage. Printed for the society. Ellsworth, Me., 1905. 

Svo, pp. 83. (16730 

GORGES SOCIETY. 
Portland, He. 

GORGES SOCIETY. George Cleeve, of Casco Bay, 1630-1GG7, with collateral docu 
ments. By James Phinney Baxter. Printed for the Society. Portland, 
1885. [Gorges Society Publications. 1.] 

Small 4to, pp. 339 (1). Illustrated. Portraits. (1674 

GORGES SOCIETY. New England s Vindication. By Henry Gardiner. Edited, 
with notes, by Charles Edward Banks. London, 1060. Printed for the So 
ciety. Portland, 1884. [Gorges Society Publications. 2.] 

Small 4 to, pp. 83 (1). Facsimile of original title-page. (1675 

GORGES SOCIETY. Notice of the Society s first publication, " New England s 
Vindication," with constitution, rules, and regulations. Portland, 1884. 

Small 4to. pp. 7. No title page. (1676 

GORGES SOCIETY. Hosier s relation of Waymouth s voyage to the coast of Maine, 
1005, with an introduction and notes. By Henry S. Burrage. Printed for 
the Gorges Society. Portland, Me.. 1887. [Gorges Society Publica 
tions. 3.] 

Small 4to, pp. xi, 176. Two folded maps. Folded plate. Two portraits. 

Pages 30-77 contain a survey of the literature. (1677 

GORGES SOCIETY. The Sagadahoc Colony, comprising the relation of a voyage 
into New England (Lambeth MSS.), with an introduction and notes. By 
the Rev. Henry O. Thayer, A. M. Printed for the Gorges Society. Port 
land, Me., 1892. [Gorges Society Publications. 4.] 

Small 4to, pp. xi, 278. Plates. Maps. Portrait. (1678 

GORGES SOCIETY. Christopher Levett, of York, the pioneer colonist in Casco Bay. 
By James Phinney Baxter. Printed for the Gorges Society. Portland, 1893. 
(Gorges Society Publications. 5.) 

Small 4to, pp. xii, 46G. Illustrated. Maps. (1679 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ELIOT, MAINE. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY, ELIOT, MAINE. Exercises in commemoration of Major 
Charles Frost on the two hundredth anniversary of his massacre by the 
Indians, Sunday. July the fourth, 1697. [Eliot, 1897?] 

4to, pp. 46. (1680 



HISTORICAL SOCIETIES IN MAINE. 237 

KENNEBEC NATURAL HISTORY AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. 



KENNEBEC NATURAL HISTORY AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY. The site of Fort Saint 
George, erected by Captain George Poplumi, in 1007. By W. Scott Hill. 
* * * Read before the [Kennebec Natural History and Antiquarian] 
Society July 23, 1891. Reprinted from the Kennebec journal. [Augusta, 
Me., 1891?] 

8vo, pp. 4. (1681 

KNOX COUNTY (MAINE) HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Rockland, Me. 

KNOX COUNTY (MAINE) HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Knox County Historical and 
Genealogical Magazine. Vol. i, Nos. 1-10. Nov., 1895-Aug., 1890. 
8vo, pp. 190. In leaflets paged continuously to form a volume. 
The Mount Desert widow Genealogy of the Gamble family, by Greenleaf and 
Jonathan 1*. Cilley forms the greater part of Vol. i. (1O82 

LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Wiscussct, Me. 

LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Rev. Jacob Bailey. His character and 
works. By Charles E. Allen. Read before the Lincoln County Historical 
Society, November 13, 1895. Printed by the Society, 1895. 

8vo, pp. 16. (16S 

LINCOLN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Pemaquid, its genesis, discovery, name, 
and colonial relations to New England. By Rufus King Sewall. Read 
before the Lincoln County Historical Society, May 22, 1890. [n. p.] Printed 
by the Society, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 21. Cover-title. (1684 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. 
Auyiusta, Me. 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY. The Maine Genealogist and 
Biographer. A quarterly journal. Published under the direction of the 
Society. Vols. i-in. Augusta, 1875-1878. 

Three vols., 8vo. (1685 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. 
Portland, Me. 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. City Document. The siege and capture of Fort 
Loyall ; destruction of Falmouth. May 20. 1090 (O. S. ). A paper read 
before the Society, June 2, 1885, by John T. Hull. Printed by order of city 
council of Portland. Portland, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 110. Folded map. (1686 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. By-laws of the Maine Genealogical Society, 
Portland, Me. Adopted April 10, 1889. Portland, 1889. 

16mo, pp. 12. (1687 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. By-laws. Portland, 1893, 

16mo. (1088 



238 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. The Probate Records of Lincoln County, Me. 
1760 to 1800. Compiled and edited for the Maine Genealogical Society, by 
William D. Patterson, Wiscasset, Me. Portland, Me., 1895. 

Svo, pp. 21, (5), 308, 53. Issued in 21 parts, beginning November 15, 1893, 
and ending November, 1895. (1689 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. Thirteenth annual report for the year 1896. 
Reports of the directors and officers presented at the annual meeting, 
January 9, 1897. Also by-laws, list of officers and members, and of dona 
tions for the year. Portland, Me., 1897. 

8vo, pp. 45. (1690 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. Publishments, marrjages. births,- and deaths 
from the earlier records of Gorham, Maine. Compiled by Marquis F. King. 
Portland, Maine, Genealogical Society, 1897. 

Svo, pp. 12 [206]. Illus. (1691 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. Baptisms and admission from the records of 
First Church in Falmouth. now Portland, Maine. With appendix of his 
torical notes. Compiled by Marquis F. King. * * * Portland, Me., 
Maine Genealogical Society, 1898. 

Svo, 2 p. 1., pp. 219. Front., illus. (ind. plans) pi., 2 facsim. 

Printed on one side of leaf only. 

Reprint from Portland Evening Express. (1692 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. Reports of the directors and officers presented 
at the annual meetings, January 20, 1904, and January 18, 1905. Memorials 
of Marquis Fayette King, Albion K. P. Meserve, M. D., and Joseph Porter 
Thompson : also, by-laws ; list of officers and members, and list of family 
histories in the library. Portland, 1905. 

8vo, pp. 56, 15. (1693 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. York Deeds. Book xn, Part i. 1903. 
8vo, pp. 8, folios 1-190. 
Index, pp. 114. 

Contents: Preface; Errata; York Deeds, March, 1726-October, 1727. Index 
of grantors, grantees, etc. 

Vols. i-xi published by the Historical Society. (1694 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. York Deeds. Book xn, Part n. Maine Genea 
logical Society, 1904. 

8vo, pp. (8), folios 190-376, pp. 113. 

Contents: Preface; Errata; York deeds, October 25, 1727-March 5, 1728. 
Indexes of grantors, grantees, etc. (1695 

MAINE GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY. York Deeds. Book xin. Maine Genealogical 
Society. 1904. 

8vo, pp. 839, 169, folios 1-280. 

Contents : Preface ; Errata ; York Deeds, Feb. 12, 1728-Nov. 25, 1730 ; In 
dexes of grantors, grantees, etc. (1696 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Portland, Me. 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. I. 
Portland, 1831. 

8vo, pp. (8), viii, 416. 

(Reprinted in 1865, with corrections and additions. William Willis, editor, 
pp. 566.) 

Contents : Introductory Remarks ; Act of Incorporation ; By-laws and Regula 
tions ; History of Portland from its first Settlement, with notices of the neigh 
boring towns, and of the changes of government in Maine, by William ^Yillis. 
Part 1 ; An Account of Limerick, by Charles Freeman ; An Account of Wells, by 
Jeremiah Hubbard and Jonathan Greenleaf ; Extracts from Records in the 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 239 

County of York; Depositions of George Cleeves, George Lewis [etc.1, relating to 
the doings of Capt. Robert Nash on the coast of Maine in 1645 ; The submission 
of the inhabitants of Black Point, Blue Point, and Falmouth, to the jurisdiction 
of Massachusetts, July, 1658 ; Petition of Edward Godfrey to the General Court 
of Massachusetts in 1654 ; Petition from the inhabitants of Maine to Oliver 
Cromwell, 1656 ; Letter from Edward Rishworth to Governor Endicott, 1656 ; 
A letter on the affairs of New England, 1663 or 1664 ; A petition from the in 
habitants of Maine to Charles II, about 1680; Governor Lincoln s MSS. papers: 
Remarks on the Indian languages; Account of the Catholic Missions in Maine. 
Letters written while on an expedition across the State of Maine to attack 
Quebec in 1775, by Colonel Arnold, with a journal of a tour from the St. Law 
rence to the Kennebec, supposed to have been made by Colonel Montresor, about 
1760; A journal of the expedition to Quebec in 1775, compiled by William Allen. 

(1697 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. 
Vol. n. Portland. 1847. 

8vo, pp. vi, 303, 1. 

Contents : Preface ; Discourse before the Society at its annual meeting. Sep 
tember 6, 1846, by George Folsom. A briefe narration of the originall under 
takings of the advancement of plantations into the parts of America, especially 
shewing the beginning, progress, and continuance of that of New England, 
written by Sir Ferdinando Gorges, London, 1658 ; A voyage into New England, 
begun in 1623 and ended in 1624, performed by Christopher Levett, London, 
1628 ; Annals of Bakerstown, Poland, and Minot, by William Ladd ; The 
Narragansett Townships, by Charles Coffin ; An account of New Gloucester, by 
J. Parsons ; History of North Yarmouth, by Edward Russell ; History of Bath, 
by Joseph Sewall ; An account of an ancient settlement on Sheepscot River, by 
Samuel Johnson ; Account of Pemaquid, by Judge Gorton ; Exertions of the 
O Brien family, of Machias, in the American Revolution ; Shay s Rebellion : 
Letter from Rufus Putnam ; Notice of the late William Ladd, by William Willis ; 
Deed from Ferdinando Gorges to John Usher, of the Province of Maine ; Deed 
of the same premises from John Usher to Massachusetts Bay, March 15, 1678 ; 
Opinion of Richard West, esq., of the King s right to the woods of the Province 
of Maine, 1718; History of the Kennebec Purchase, by Robert H. Gardiner; 
By-laws and Regulations of the Society; Members; Officers. (1698 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. 
Vol. in. Portland, 1853. 

8vo, pp. xvi, 447. Folded map. 

Contents : By-laws and Regulations ; Members ; Officers, 1852 ; Note to the 
History of Scarborough, by J. W. Thornton ; The History of Scarborough from 
1633 to 1783, by William J. Southgate ; History of Bunker Hill Monument, by 
Prof. A. S. Packard, of Bowdoin College ; A Contribution to the History of 
Bath, by the Rev. William S. Bartlet ; Extract from " the second book of the 
first decade of the Historic of Travaile into Virginia Britannia, entreating of 
the first discoveries of the country, etc., as also of the northern colonie, seated 
upon the river Sachadehoc, transported at the charge of Sir John Popham, 
* * * gathered by William Strachey," with an introduction by William S. 
Bartlet ; Some account of the early settlements at Sagadahoc on the Andros- 
coggin River, with a suggestion that the exploration by Popham s colony was 
up the Androscoggin River, and not the Kennebec, by John McKeen ; Richard 
Wharton s patent to land [at Pejepscot] on the Androscoggin, 1686 [etc.] ; 
Petition of Richard Fry, of Boston, to Governor Belcher and the general assem 
bly of Massachusetts [in regard to mills at Falmouth] ; Letter of B. Franklin, 
April 13, 1785 ; Papers relating to Indian troubles in Maine, 1702-1704 : A 
memorial relating to the Kennebec Indians, by Samuel Sewall, 1721 ; John 
Gyle s statement of the number of Indians in each tribe in 1726 ; Indian 
treaties at Georgetown, 1717, Falmouth, 1726 and 1727. (1699 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. 
Vol. iv. Portland, 1856. 
8vo, pp. xv, 405, (8). 

Contemts : By-laws and regulations ; Members ; Introductory address, Febru 
ary 2, 1855, by William \Villis ; Sandy River Settlements, by William Allen ; 
Jones s eddy, by Robert H. Gardiner ; Letter from General Washington to 
General Knox, with remarks on American manufactures, by Augustus C. Rob- 
bins; A discourse delivered before the Society, at Brunswick, August 2, 1854, 



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by George Burgess, D. D. ; The language of the Abnaquies, or Eastern Indians, 
by William Willis; Indian treaties: 1785, at Deerfield, Mass.; 1749, at Fal- 
mouth, Me. ; 1752, at St. George s Fort, Me. ; Appendix to language of the 
Abnaquies, by C. E. Potter ; Memorial of Kittery, 1751 ; Ancient settlement of 
Sheepscot, by Rev. David Cushman ; Memoir and journals of Paul Coffin : 
Memoir by Cyrus Woodman ; Journal of a tour to Connecticut River, 1760 ; 
Tour to Rhode Island, 1761 ; Ride to Piggwacket, 1768 ; Tour to Hanover, 
N. H., 1795 ; Missionary tour in Maine, my travels and labors for two months, 
with an account of Sandy River, 1796; Missionary tours in 1797, 1798, 1800; 
Letter from Bridget Phillips to Edward Rishworth, recorder for the Province of 
Maine, 1684. (17OO 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. 
v. Portland, 1857. 

8vo, pp. Ixviii, vii, 450. 

Content^ : Members and officers ; Inaugural address, by William Willis, con 
taining biographical notices of former presidents : Judge Mellen, Stephen Long 
fellow, Governor Parris, Rev. William Allen, Rev. Dr. Nichols ; Early churches 
and ministers in Maine and aged ministers ; and notice of Robert II. Gardiner. 
Papers relating to Pemaquid and parts adjacent in Maine, known as Cornwall 
County when under the colony of New York, compiled from official records in the 
office of the secretary of state, at Albany, N. Y., by Franklin B. Hough ; Ancient 
Pemaquid, an historical review, by J. Wingate Thornton ; Remarks on the 
voyage of George Waymouth to the coast of Maine, 1605, by John McKeen ; A 
letter from George Popham, president of the Sagadahoc colony, to King James I, 
December 13, 1607, with introductory remarks by the editor ; Journal of the 
voyage of Governor Thomas Pownall from Boston to Penobscot River, May, 1759, 
copied from the original manuscript in the office of the secretary of the Common 
wealth, Boston, with notes by J. Williamson ; Answer of the agents of Massa 
chusetts to the complaints of Sir Edmund Andros, 1688; Some account of the 
German settlement in Waldoborough, by Rev. Mr. Starman, and a biographical 
sketch of Mr. Starman, by Nathaniel Gorton ; The Lithgow family ; English defi 
nitions of Indian terms, for Paul Dudley s papers ; Mortality in Augusta, Me., 
1852-1855 ; Letter from Jacob Bailey, in 1775, describing the destruction of 
Falmouth, Me. (17O1 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. 
vi. Portland, 1859. 

8vo, pp. xxiv, (2), 435. 

Contents : By-laws, August, 1859 ; Officers and members ; The Scotch-Irish 
Immigration to Maine, and Presbyterianism in New England : Address, January 
27, 1858, by William Willis ; The early lawyers of Lincoln and Kennebec 
counties, by Frederic Allen ; Memoir of Benjamin Vaughan, M. D., LL. D., by 
Robert Hallowell Gardiner ; Albert Gallatin : Autobiography, 1798 ; Castine, 
and the old coins found there, by Joseph Williamson ; Remarks on coins found 
at Portland in 1849, and Richmond s Island in 1855, with a general notice of 
coins and coinage, by William Willis ; Memoir of the Rev. John Murray, first 
minister of the church in Boothbay, by Rev. A. G. Vermilye ; The early history 
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Maine, by the Rev. Edward 
Ballard, A. M. ; The Abnaki Indians, communicated by Eugene Vetromile, S. J., 
with a brief memoir of Professor Vetromile, by Rev. Edward Ballard ; The 
Abenaki Indians, their treaties of 1713 and 1717, and a vocabulary, with an his 
torical introduction, by Frederic Kidder ; The Indians of Hudson s Bay, and 
their language, selected from Umfreville s " Present State of Hudson s Bay," by 
William Willis; Extracts from a memoir of M. de La Mothe Cadillac, 1692, 
concerning Acadia and New England, from the archives of Paris, translated and 
communication by James Robb. Places in Maine ; Boston and vicinity. The 
voyage of Capt. George Weymouth to the coast of Maine in 1605 : An attempt 
to show that the islands on which he landed, and the river which he explored, 
were the St. George s of the present day, by George Prince ; Weymouth s 
voyage : extracts from a paper read at a meeting of the Society, in June, 1859, 
by David Cushman ; Translation of General Waldo s circular, 1753, relating to 
Broad Bay [ Waldoborough], with an introduction by John L. Locke : Governor 
Pownall s certificate of taking possession of the Penobscot, with an introduc 
tory note by Joseph Williamson ; French neutrals in Maine, with a preliminary 
note, by Joseph Williamson ; Oyster-shell deposits in Damariscotta, by P. A. 
Chadbourne ; Proceedings of the Society for the year 1859, with obituary notices 



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of deceased members, by William \Yillis: Joseph Dane, Hon. Nathaniel Gorton, 
Solomon Thayer, and Dr. Ichabod Nichols ; A eulogy on Parker Cleaveland, 
LL. D., by Lemuel Woods, D. D. (17(12 

MAI.XK HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. 
vi r. Bath, 187(. 

8vo, pp. viii, 493, 2$. 

Contents: The ancient Penobscot, or Panawanskek, by John E. Godfrey; The 
Pilgrims at Penobscct, by John K. Godfrey ; Jean Vincent, Baron de Saint Cas- 
tine, by John E. Godfrey ; " Castine the younger," by John E. Godfrey ; Bashaba 
and the Tarratines, by John E. Godfrey ; Note to " The Ancient Penobscot ; " 
Garrison Houses, York County, by Edward Emerson Bourne ; Journal of the 
Attack of the Rebels on His Majesty s Ships and Troops, commencing 24th July, 
1770, at Majebiguiduce, in Penobscot Bay, from the Nova Scotia Gazette, Sep 
tember 14, 1770 ; Pemaquid in its Relations to our Colonial History : an 
address at Fort Popharu, August, 1S74, by Eranklin B. Hough ; Materials for a 
History of Fort Halifax, being copies and abridgments of documents in the office 
of the secretary of the Commonwealth, Boston, made by Joseph Williamson ; 
The proposed Province of New Ireland, by Joseph Williamson ; Slavery in 
Maine, by Joseph Williamson; Condition of the Religious Denominations of 
Maine at the close of the Revolution, copied by Joseph Williamson ; Notices of 
the Powell Family, and extracts from manuscripts of T. D. Powell ; Origin 
of Article VIII, Literature, in the Constitution of Maine, by S. P. Benson; 
Coasting Voyages in the Gulf of Maine, made in 1604, 1605, and 1606, by 
Samuel Champlain, a papei read February 18, 1875, by John Marshall Brown; 
Now and Then, by the late William Allen, of Norridgewock, read January, 1868 ; 
Popham s Town of Fort St. George, by Rufus K. Sewall ; Memoir of Col. Ben 
jamin Burton, by Joseph Williamson ; Acadia and its Aborigines, communicated 
January 16, 1862, by Eugene Yetromile ; Bingham Land, by William Allen ; 
Proceedings of the Society, with biographical sketches of deceased members: 
Notice of Robert P. Dunlap, by Gecrge E. Adams ; John W. Ellingwocd, D. D., 
by John O. Fiske, D. D. ; John Merrick, by D. R. Goodwin ; Robert Hallowell 
Gardiner, by George Burgess, D. IX ; George Burgess, D. I)., by F. Gardner, 
I). D. ; George Evans, tfy R. II. Gardiner ; William Willis, by A. S. Packard, 
D. D. ; Cyrus Eaton, by David Q. Cushman ; Catalogue of the past and present 
members, resident and corresponding, of the Society, Brunswick, 1874, 28 pp. 

(17O3 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. 
vni. Portland, 1881. 

8vo, pp. viii, 511. Portrait. 

Contents : Preface ; The Northeastern Boundary, 1 ead May 15, 1879, by Israel 
Washburn, jr. ; Col. Arthur Noble, of Georgetown: his military services at Cape 
Breton and Nova Scotia, and his death at Minas, by William Goold ; Educational 
institutions in Maine while a district in Massachusetts, by J. T. Champlin, I). I). ; 
The Pemaquid country under the Stuarts, by II. W. Richardson ; Fort Halifax : 
its projectors, builders, and garrison, by William Goold; Col. William Vaughan, 
of Matinicus and Damarascotta, by William Goold; Norumbega, by John E. 
Godfrey ; Memoirs and biographical sketches : Reuel Williams, by John A. 
Poor ; Edward Kmerson Bourne, LL. D., 1797-1873, by Edwin B. Smith; Hon. 
Ether Shepley, LL. D., by Israel Washburn, jr. ; George T. Davis, by George F. 
Talbbt ; Hon. Edward Kent, LL. D., by John E. Godfrey ; Rev. Leonard Woods, 
I). D., LL. D. : A discourse by Charles Carroll Everett, I). D. (17O4 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Vol. 
ix. Portland, 1887. 

Svo, pp. (12), 393. Portrait. 

Contents: Sir William Phips, by William Goold ; Brig. Gen. Samuel Waldo. 
1606-1759, by Joseph Williamson ; Claude de La Tour, by John Edwards God 
frey ; John Peirce, " Clothworker of London," and the Plymouth patent of 
1621, by John Johnston ; The Sheepscot Farms, by Alexander Johnston ; William 
Hatchings, the last surviving Revolutionary pensioner in New England, by 
Joseph Williamson ; Gen. John Chandler, of Monmouth, Maine, with extracts 
from his autobiography, by George Foster Talbot ; The White Hills of New 
Hampshire, by Edward Henry El well ; The territorial history of Bangor and 
vicinity, by Albert Ware Paine; Memoir of Nathan Clifford, by James Ware 
Bradbury ; Grammatical sketch of the ancient Abnaki, outlined in the diction- 

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242 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

ary of Fr. Sebastian Rale, S. J., part i; The Abnaki noun, by Michael Charles 
O Brien ; Edward Godfrey : his life, letters, and public services, 1584-1664, by 
Charles Edward Banks ; Index of names and places. 

[NOTE. Continued by the Collections and Proceedings as begun in 1890. See 
title in chronological order in this catalogue. The plan followed in the publica 
tion of the different series of this book is well calculated to confuse. After 
issuing four volumes of the " Documentary History of Maine," which was desig 
nated as the " second series of the collections," the society began issuing its 
publications in quarterly numbers with the title " Collections and Proceedings," 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Vol. x. Portland, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 312. 

Consists of index to the collections, Vol. i-ix. (17O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and proceedings of the Maine Historical 
Society. Second series, Vol i. Quarterly parts. January, April, July, 
October. 1890. Published for the Society. Portland, 1890. 

8vo, pp. iv, (2), 476. Portraits. 

Contents : January, 1890. General Henry Knox, a memoir, by Joseph William 
son ; Bibliographical memoranda relating to General Knox, read November 16. 
1881, by Joseph Williamson ; The French treaty of 1778, recognizing the Inde 
pendence of the United States how the good news came to Falmouth, read Juno 
10, 1887, by William Goold ; Rev. William Screven, read December 21, 1883, by 
Rev. Henry S. Burrage, D. D. ; The four judges of North Yarmouth, read May 
20, 1886, by Rev. Amasa Loring ; John F. Godfrey, read May 28, 1885, by Albert 
Ware Paine ; The mission of the Assumption on the River Kennebec, 1646-1652, 
read May 15, 1879, by John Marshall Brown ; Proceedings, February, July, 1881 ; 
Vote authorizing this publication ; Resident members ; Historical memoranda. 

April, 1890. Cyrus Woodman, by George F. Emery ; William Gorges adminis 
tration of 1630 to 1637, by Charles Edward Banks ; A topographical surmise, 
locating the houses of Gorges and Godfrey at York, Me., by W. M. Sargent; 
Enoch Lincoln, by Edward II. Elwell ; Capital trials in Maine before the Separa 
tion, by Joseph Williamson : The Enterprise and Boxer, by Fritz II. Jordan ; John 
G. Deane, a sketch of his life, with a recapitulation of his services in establish 
ing the northeastern boundary of Maine, by Llewllyn Deane ; Proceedings, May 
25, 1881-December 23, 1882 ; Historical memoranda : Machias in the War of 
1812 ; A chapter from the Deane genealogy ; Historical notes and queries : The 
corporate limits of the city of Georgeana and the town of York ; Point Ingleby ; 
An alleged deed by President Danforth to trustees of the town of York. 

July, 1890. James Shepherd Pike, by G. F. Talbot ; The problem of Ham 
mond s fort, by II. O. Thayer ; Robert Ilallowell Gardiner, by Asa Dalton ; The 
professional tours of John Adams in Maine, by Joseph Williamson ; Rev. Eugene 
Vetromile, by II. W. Bryant; Farly history of Dresden, by C. E. Allen; Histor 
ical memoranda ; Traces of Talleyrand in Maine ; Capt. A. Treble s company, 
1703 ; Book notices. 

October, 1890. James Tift Champlin, by Henry S. Burrage ; The campaign 
against the Pequakets [Lovewell s fight], by James Phinney Baxter; The British 
.occupation of Penobscot during the Revolution, by Joseph Williamson ; Madam 
Wood, the first Maine writer of fiction her residence in Portland in the early 
part of the century, by William Goold ; Ashur Ware : a biographical sketch, by 
George F. Talbot ; Proceedings of the Society, December 23, 1882, and celebra 
tion of eighty-fourth birthday of Alpheus Spring Packard. (17O7 
MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and proceedings. Second series, Vol. 
ii. Portland. 1891. 

8vo, pp. iv, (4), 476. Portraits. 

Contents : The capture of the Margarctta, the first naval battle of the Revolu 
tion, by George F. Talbot ; John Johnston Carruthers, D. D., by Ephraim Cham- 
berlin Cummings ; The voice of Maine as heard in the genesis of our nationality, 
by George F. Emery ; Proceedings, 1883-1886 ; Description of the Society s seal ; 
Life and letters of Israel Wa?hburn, jr. ; Letters of Joseph Wheaton [on the 
capture of the Margaretta] ; Historical review of literature in Maine, by J. 
Williamson ; Brunswick convention of 1816, by W. Allen ; Gosnold s voyage ; 
Letter from Peleg W T adsworth [on the Penobscot expedition of 1779] ; James 
Loring Child, by J. W. Bradbury ; Longfellow birthday celebration ; Longfellow 
as the author of Evangeline, by J. Williamson ; Poets corner, Westminster 
Abbey, by J. W. Symonds ; American literature in England, by H. L. Chapman ; 
The debt of Portland to the memory of Longfellow, by G. F. Talbot; Persons 



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(axed ill north parish of Kittery, 1788, by W. B. Lapham ; Resident members of 
tho Society, April 1, 1891 ; Captain Herrick s journal, 17~)7, scouting party be 
t ween -the Androscoggin and Kennebec rivers; Wayinouth s voyage to the coast 
of Maine in 100.1, by II. S. Bun-age; Traces of the Northmen, by J. Williamson; 
The beginnings of Maine, by J. P. Baxter; Memoir of Judge David Sewall, LL. !>., 
by E. 1 . Burnham ; The Sewall family of New England, by Rufus K. Sewall ; 
The division of the 12,000 acres among the patentees at Agamenticus, by 
NY. M. Sargent ; Proclamation of Alexander Milliken regarding territory be 
tween the Penobscot and St. Croix rivers; A Moravian colony in Maine; 
Biographical data and letters of David Sewall, LL. I). ; John Appleton, by 
G. F. Emery; A lost manuscript [Mowat s Relation], by J. Williamson; 
William Alien, by C. F. Allen ; Bibliographic memorandum of the laws of Maine, 
by J. II. Drummond ; Sir John Moore at Castine during the Revolution, by J. 
Williamson ; Extracts from the letters of the Jesuit missionary in Maine, Father 
P. Biard ; Order given at Fort Charles at Pemaquid, 1088 ; The Frye family, by 
W. B. Lapham ; Commissioners proceedings at Mount Desert, 1808 ; Index. 

(170S 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Second series, Vol. 
in. Portland, 1S92. 

8vo, pp. iv., (4), 487. Portraits. 

- Contents : Edward II. Elwell, by Samuel T. Pickard ; The Abnakis and their 
ethnic relations, by James 1*. Baxter ; Sketches of the lives of early Maine min 
isters, by W. 1). Williamson : Richard Gibson, William Thompson, George Bur- 
dett, Joseph Hull, Robert Jordan, Thomas Jenner, John Wheelwright ; Sketch 
of the life of General La Fayette and his visit to Maine; Field day, 1891, settle 
ments on the Kennebec, etc. ; Births from Ilallowell records, by W. B. Lapham ; 
Revolution petitions, in Massachusetts archives ; William M. Sargent, by Cha: "e ., 
E. Banks ; History of the duel between Jonathan Cilley and William J. Graves, 
by Horatio King ; William Barrows, John Tripp, by Percival Bonney ; Military 
operations at Pemaquid, in the second war with Great Britain, by Henry S. Bur- 
rage ; Joseph Dane, by Edward P. Burnham ; Proceedings, 1887 ; Dr. Nathaniel T. 
True, by W. B. Lapham ; Ancient Augusta, by Henry W. Wheeler ; Reminis 
cences of a great enterprise [journal of J. A. Poor describing his journey to 
Montreal, begun February 5, 1845, in connection with the proposed construction 
of the Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad] ; Rev. Robert Rutherford, by J. II. 
Drummond; The manuscripts of William I). Williamson, by Joseph Williamson; 
Land titles in Monument Square, Portland, by L. B. Chapman ; Diary of the Rev. 
Joseph Moody, of York, 1720-1724 ; Kittery family records, by W. B. Lapham ; 
Historic hints toward a university for Maine, by E. C. Cummings ; Some Hugue 
not and other early settlers on the Kennebec in the present town of Dresden, by 
C. E. Allen ; The conduct of Paul Revere in the Penobscot expedition, by 
J. Williamson; The Plymouth trading house of Penobscot : Where was it? by 
S. A. Drake ; Louis Annance, by J. F. Sprague ; Notes concerning ancient 
Augusta at Small Point, by II. O. Thayer ; Index. (17O9 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Second series, Vol. 
iv. Portland, 1893. 

8vo, pp. iv, (1), 470. Portraits. Folded plan. 

Contents : Columbian quadricentennial ; Columbus, by p]]izabeth Covazza ; Three 
suggestive maps, by J. I*. Baxter ; A memorable voyage, by B. L. Whitman ; The 
character of Columbus, by George F. Talbot ; Some of the portraits of Columbus, 
by II. S. Bui-rage; Where is Columbus buried? by J. Williamson; Joel Barlow 
and the Columbiad, by II. L. Chapman ; Sketches of the lives of early Maine min 
isters, by W. D. Williamson: John Brock, Shubael Dummer, Seth Fletcher, Ben 
jamin Blackman, Joseph Emerson, Robert Paine, John Buss, George Burroughs, 
Percival Greene, John Newmarch, Benjamin Woodbridge, John Hancock, Samuel 
Emery, Samuel Moody, John Wade, Joshua Moody, Jeremiah Wise, Matthew 
Short, Joseph Baxter, John Eveleth, John Rogers, William Thompson, Samuel 
Jeffords, Thomas Smith, A. R. Cutter, Samuel Willard, Benjamin Allen, W. Mc- 
Lanathan, N. Loring, J. Ilovey. James Stuart Holmes, by J. F. Sprague; Port 
land banks, by W. E. Gould ; Ilallowell records- -Births ; Proceedings, 1888-1891 ; 
Fort Pentagoet and the French occupation of Castine, by G. A. Wheeler ; The 
beginnings of Waterville College, by II. S. Bun-age ; The mission of Father 
Rasles, by E. C. Cummings ; Christopher Levett, the first owner of the soil of 
Portland, by J. P. Baxter ; Fordyce Barker, by G. P. Talbot ; The transient town 
of Cork, by II. O. Thayer ; Our State christening, its name, by G. F. Emery ; 



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Augustus Gardner Lebroke, by J. F. Sprague : The Small family in America, by 
L. W. Small ; Field day, 1893 ; Kittery Point and Portsmouth ; Marriages by 
Rev. John Tripp, of Hebron, Me., 1791-1847. Index. (171O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Vol. v. Portland, 
1894. 

8vo, pp. 478. Portraits. Illustrations. 

Contents : Samuel Freeman, his life and services, by William Freeman ; The 
military journal of Col. Ichabod Goodwin [at Boston and Winter Hill, April 15, 
1778-June 24, 1778] ; Governor Christopher Gore and his visit to Maine, by 
William Goold ; Father Biard s Relation of 1616 and St. Sauveur, by E. C. Cum- 
mings. Sketches of the lives of early Maine ministers, by W r . I). .Williamson : 
Rev. Joseph Moody, John Tuche, Samuel Chandler, Moses Morrill, John Wight, 
Robert Dunlap, Richard Elvins, Robert Rutherford, Josiah Chase, Alexander 
Boyd, Daniel Little, Solomon Lombard, Isaac Lyman, Samuel Fayrweather. 
Births from Ilallowell records, communication by W. B. Lapham ; Plan for the 
fprmation of country societies, by J. 1*. Baxter ; Historic homes of Kittery, by 
M. A. Safford ; Fort Richmond, Me., by II. O. Thayer ; Capuchin and Jesuit 
Fathers at Pentagoet, by E. C. Cummings ; Nathaniel Phillips Relation, 1668, 
"A true Relation of passages and actions in the Province of Maine, in respect of 
the subverting of His Majestie s Established Government by the Generall Court 
of the Mathechusetts in New England ;" Proceedings of the Society, February 
21, 1891-April 11, 1892; Lot M. Morrill, sketch of his life and public services, 
by George F. Talbot; Some added facts concerning Rev. William Screven, by H. 
S. Burrage ; A refuge for Marie Antoinette in Maine, by Rufus K. Sewall ; 
Studies of families surnamed Cowell, Door (Do re or Dorr), and Chamberlain, of 
Lebanon, Me., by George W. Chamberlain ; Letters from John Allan to Massa 
chusetts Council [on Indian affairs, 1779] ; William Berry Lapham, by C. E. 
Nash ; Mogg-Heigon, his life, his death, and its sequel, by Horatio Might ; The 
story of the Presurnpscot, Charles S. Fobes ; Destruction of Fahnouth in 1775, 
and the responsibility therefor, by C. E. Banks ; Letter from Peleg Wadsworth 
to Massachusetts Council, August 19, 1779 [on the evacuation of Magabig- 
waduce]. (1711 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Vol. vi. Portland, 
1895. 

8vo, pp. iv, (4), 486. Portraits. 

Contents : Gen. David Cobb, of Gouldsborough, by Joseph W. Porter ; Some old 
papers recently found in the stone tower of the First Parish Church of Portland, 
by John Carroll Perkins ; Block and garrison houses of ancient Falmouth, by 
Leonard B. Chapman (p. 37) ; First mention of Pemaquid in history, by Henry 
S. Burrage (p. 53) ; Beginnings at Pemaquid, by Henry O. Thayer (p. 62) ; 
Sketches of the lives of early Maine ministers, by W. D. Williamson ; Ilallowell 
records, communicated by W. B. Lapham (p. 94) ; Book notice: Myrand Sir W. 
Phips ; Proceedings, June 10, 1892, to September 10, 1892 ; Address on Rasle s 
settlement at Norridgewock, by Charles F. Allen ; The first Maine bishop [Joshua 
Soule, D. D.], by C. F. Allen; Machias in the Revolution, by Charles H. Pope ; 
John Fairbanks, his journal on the privateer Wasp, 1782 ; The Rasles dictionary, 
by E. C. Cummings ; Cape Porpoise, old and new, by H. F. Knight ; Marriages 
solemnized by Oliver Wood, esquire, of Lincoln County, 1786-1789 ; Portland 
privateers in the war of 1812, by D. O. Davis ; Sketches of the lives of early 
Maine ministers, by W. D. Williamson ; Benjamin Stevens, Ephraim Clark, 
Gideon Richardson. Samuel Langdon, John Morse, Jacob Foster, Elisha Eaton, 
John Wiswell, Moses Hemmenway, Nathan Ward, John Miller, Peter T. Smith, 
Thomas Pierce, John Fairfield, I aul Coffin, Edward Brooks, Isaac Hasey, 
Jonah Winship, Samuel Foxcroft, Samuel Deane, Ezekiel Emerson, John Mur 
ray, Matthew Merriam, Ebenezer Williams, Josiah Thatcher, Thomas Brown, 
Silas Moody; Hallowell records; The St. Croix commission, 1796-1798, by 
H. S. Burrage; White s Bridge [Windham], by S. T. Dole; Mogg Heigon, by 
II. Hight ; Reminiscences of Rev. Dr. Edward Payson, by C. Hamlin ; Brigadier- 
General Wadsworth s deposition, court of inquiry, Penobscot expedition ; Letter 
of Col. Henry Jackson, 1779 ; (Jen. William Whipple, by M. A. Safford ; Temper 
ance and the drink question in the old time, by G. F. Talbot ; Charter rights of 
Massachusetts in Maine in the early part of the eighteenth century, by H. S. Bur- 
rage ; The settlement of Scarborough, by A. F. Moulton. (1712 



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MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Second series. Vol. 
vn. Portland, 1890. 

Svo, pp. iv, (1), 488. Plate. Portrait. 

Contents : The ancient defenses of Portland, by Peter Leary, jr. ; Col. Thomas 
Goldthwait was he a tory? by R % Goldthwaite Carter; Sketches of the lives of 
early Maine ministers, by William D. Williamson : Tristam Oilman, James Lyon, 
Francis Winter, Alpheus Spring, Alexander McLean, John Urquhart, Thomas 
Moore, Jacob Bailey, Thomas Lancaster, William Fessenden, John Thomson, 
Thurston Whiting, Benjamin Chadwick, Charles Turner, Nathaniel Webster, John 
Adams, David .Tewett, Caleb Jewett, Samuel Perley, John Strickland, Nathaniel 
Whitaker. Peter Powers, Samuel Nash. Tlui story of New Sweden, by Win. Wid- 
gery "-Wioraas, jr. : History of Col. Edmund Phinney s 31st regiment of foot the 
first regiment raised in the county of Cumberland in the Revolutionary war, by 
Nathan Goold ; Hallowell records, communicated by W. B. Lapham ; Proceed 
ings ; Field day, September 12, 1805 ; John Lovewell and the Pequakets, by 
James P. Baxter ; Addresses by George if. Barrows, A. F. Lewis. Rev. Jacob 
Bailey, missionary of the Church of England on Kennebec river, 1760-79, his 
character and work, by Charles E. Allen ; The John Rogers families in Plymouth 
and vicinity, by Josiah H. Drummond ; Martin Pring, by Joseph Williamson ; 
Origin of Democratic institutions in New England, by Edward II. Elwell ; Rail 
road reminiscences, by James W. Bradbury ; The mast industry of old Falmouth, 
by Leonard B. Chapman ; Ancient Naguamqueeg, by Samuel T. Dole ; Thomas 
Chute, the first settler of Windham, Maine, and his descendants, by William 
. Goold^ The Simancas map of 1610, by Henry S. Bui-rage ; Settlements in Maine 
after the Penobscot expedition, from the Massachusetts archives; Letter of John 
Allan to Massachusetts council, 1780; Index. (171.S 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Second series. Vol. 
viii. Portland, 1897. 

8vo, pp. (1), 487. Plates. Portraits. 

Contents : Richard Cutts, by Henry S. Burrage ; Col. Thomas Goldthwait 
was he a tory ? by R. Goldthwaite Carter ; Bearing of Capt. John Mason s titles 
upon Maine history, by Wm. M. Sargent; Falmouth Neck in the Revolution, by 
Nathan Goold ; The Rogers family of Georgetown, by Josiah H. Drummond ; 
Field day excursioe ; Proceedings ; Reminiscences of bench and bar, by George 
F. Emery ; Otis Russell Johnson, by Brown Thurston ; Hallowell records, com 
municated by W. B. Lapham ; Capt. Daniel Tucker in the Revolution- -an auto 
biographical sketch, with prefatory remarks by E. C. Cummings ; Gamt>o, old 
and new, by Samuel T. Dole ; Records of the proprietors of New Gloucester and 
reminiscences of some of the early settlers, by John W. Penney ; Early ministry 
on the Kennebec, by Henry O. Thayer ; Stephen Manchester, the slayer of the 
Indian chief Polin, at New Marblehead, now Windham, Maine, in 1756, and a 
soldier of the Revolution, with his ancestry, by Nathan Goold ; Thomas Davee, 
by John Francis Sprague ; John Cabot and his discoveries, by James P. Baxter ; 
The dawn of western discovery, by .T. William Black ; The cartography of the 
period, by Henry S. Burrage; The landfall of Cabot and the extent of his dis 
coveries, by William Macdonald ; The value and significance of Cabot s dis 
coveries to the world, by John S. Sewall ; Index. (1714 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Second series. Vol. 
ix. Portland, 1898. 

8vo, pi:, v, 496. Portraits. 

Contents : John Chamberlain, the Indian fighter at Pigwacket, by George W. 
Chamberlain ; Some letters of Richard Cutts, Mar. 23, 1796-Aug. 10, 1813, by 
Henry S. Burrage ; Col. Edmund Phinney s 18th continental regiment. One 
year s service, commencing January 1, 177G, by Nathan Goold ; Hallowell 
Records, communicated by the late Dr. W. B. Lapham ; Ministry on the Ken 
nebec, by Henry O. Thayer ; Martha s Vineyard and the Province of Maine. 
An unwritten chapter in territorial jurisdiction under Gorges, by Charles 
Edward Banks ; John Taber and son, of Portland, and their paper money, by 
William Goold ; Abstracts relating to the Revolutionary War From the 
Diaries of the Rev. Isaac Hasey, First Settled Minister of the First Parish of 
Lebanon, Maine (1765-1812), transcribed by George W. Chamberlain; A me 
morial of Father Rale, by Joseph Williamson ; Albion Keith Parris, by his 
grandson, Albion Keith Parris ; How Maine became a State, by L. F. Schmecke- 
bier ; A soldier of three wars Nathan Noble, of New Boston, now Gray, 
Maine, by Nathan Goold ; Little Falls, A chapter of local history, by Samuel 



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T. Dole-; Letter from Judge Sullivan concerning the eastern boundary of 
Maine, Boston, 20th October, 1796, communicated by Joseph Williamson ; 
Colonel Nathaniel Sparhawk, of Kittery, by Henry S. Burrage ; The Cumber 
land and Oxford canal, by Samuel T. Dole ; Family of Beath, compiled by Kate 
Graupner Stone ; History of the Cumberland county buildings in Portland, by 
William Goold ; The Burial Place* of Captain Henry Mowat, by Charles E. 
Banks ; Annual Field Day, 1897, by Moses A. Safford ; William Goold, by 
Nathan Goold ; Joseph Goldthwait, The Barrack master of Boston, by Robert 
Goldthwaite Carter; The Baptist Church in Kittery, by Henry S. Burrage; 
Early schools in New Marblehead, now Windham, by Samuel T. Dole ; Ephraim 
Chamberlain Cummings A memorial, by George Foster Talbot ; Record of 
births and deaths in Hartland, compiled by James O. Bradbury ; Rev. Caleb 
Bradley on the Madawaska War, by Leonard B. Chapman ; Muster-roll of 
Captain Oliver Hunt s company, Gorham, Maine, May 5, 1705 ; Annual Field 
Day, 1898; Index. (1715 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections and Proceedings. Second series. Vol. 
x. Portland, 1899. 

8vo, pp. (7), 498. Illustrated. Map. 

Contents : The old Thornton Academy, by George Addison Emery ; Colonel 
Jonathan Mitchell s Cumberland county regiment Bagaduce expedition, 1779, 
by Nathan Goold ; A page of Indian history : The Wiscasset tragedy, by Henry 
O. Thayer ; Hallowell records, communicated by W. B. Lapham ; Proceedings ; 
Captain William Ladd, the apostle of peace, by John William Penney ; The 
Rogers family of Georgetown, No. II, by Jcsiah II. Drummon<f^^The meeting 
house war in New Marblehead, by Samuel T. Dole; The Indian s administration 
of justice- the sequel to the Wiscasset tragedy, by Henry O. Thayer; William 
Pitt Fessenden, by Richard Webb ; Ministry on the Kennebec Period of the In 
dian wars, by Henry O. Thayer ; The first occupancy by Europeans of Saccarappa 
Falls on the Presumpscot river, now Westbrook, by Leonard B. Chapman ; Capt. 
Johnson Moulton s company, the first to leave the district of Maine in the Revo 
lution, by Nathan Goold ; Extracts from the old records of Windham, by Samuel 
T. Dole ; At the mouth of the Kennebec during the Revolution, deposition of 
Win. Wyman, 1850 ; Col. James Scamman s 30th regiment of foot, 1775, by 
Nathan Goold ; Capt. John Wilson and some military matters in Maine in the 
war of 181215, by Henry S. Burrage ; Peleg Tallman, sailor of the Revolution, 
master mariner and member of Congress, by Walter II. Sturtevant ; Index. 
9 " In accordance with a vote of the Society at the annual meeting in Bruns 
wick the publication of papers read before the Society will be discontinued for 
the present, and, commencing with the January number of the Quarterly, the 
publication of Mary Frances Farnham s Documents relating to the territorial 
history of Maine will be commenced." 

Series resumed with "Collections, Third series, Vol. i, 1904." (1716 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Third series. Vol. i. Portland, 1904. 

8vo, pp. iv (1), 483. Illus. 

Contents : In commemoration of the millenary anniversary of the death of 
King Alfred the Great, November 1, 1901 ; Opening address, by James Phinney 
Baxter ; The life and character of King Alfred, by J. William Black ; Alfred a 
writer and a patron of learning, by Henry L. Chapman ; The Anglo-Saxon con 
stitution and laws in the time of Alfred the Great, by Albert II. Savage ; Alfred 
the Great as a Christian, by Asa Dalton ; Richmond s Island, by James Phinney 
Baxter ; Rev. Josiah Winship, by Henry O. Thayer ; The Plymouth colonists in 
Maine, by Henry S. Burrage ; The proposed province of New Ireland, by Joseph 
Williamson; James W. Bradbury, by George F. Emery; Major-General Hiram 
G. Berry, by Charles P. Mattocks ; Presentation of Rufus Mclntire s sword, by 
Philip W. Mclntyre ; The capture of the "Caleb dishing," by Clarence Hale; Rev. 
Freeman Parker and the church in Dresden, by Charles E. Allen ; Church and 
state in New England, by Augustus F. Moulton ; The occasion of the expulsion 
of the Acadians in 1755, by Henry S. Burrage ; Rev. Thomas Smith, D. D., and 
his first parish of Falmouth, New Portland, by John Carroll Perkins ; Wind- 
ham s colored patriot, by Samuel T. Dole; James Sullivan, by Horace II. Bur- 
bank ; A proposed new arrangement of New England in 1704, communicated by 
Joseph Williamson ; Paul Little, Esq., by Samuel T. Dole ; The attitude of 
Maine in the Northeastern boundary controversy, by Henry S. Burrage ; Public 
career of Thomas B. Reed, by Richard Webb ; Extracts from the early records 
of the First Church in New Marblehead (now Windham, Maine), by Samuel T. 
Dole ; Early recollections of the Cumberland and Oxford Canal, by S. B. 



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Cloudman ; The last tragedy of the Indian Wars : the Preble Massacre at the 
Kennebec, by Henry O. Thayer ; General Samuel Thompson, of Brunswick and 
Topsham, Maine, by Nathan Goold ; Index. (1717 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Sec 
ond series. Vol. i. Documentary history of the State of Maine. Edited by 
William Willis. Vol. i. Containing a history of the discovery of Maine. 
By J. G. Kohl. With an appendix on the voyages of the Cabots, by M. 
D Avezac. Published by the Society, aided by appropriations from the 
State. Portland, 1869. 

8vo, pp. (2) viii (2), 9-535. Twenty-two maps. (1718 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Sec 
ond series. [Vol. 11.] Documentary history of the State of Maine. Vol. n. 
Containing a Discourse on Western Planting, written in the year 1584, by 
Richard Hakluyt, with a preface and an introduction by Leonard Woods, 
LL. D. Edited, with notes in the appendix, by Charles Deaue. Cambridge, 
1877. 

Svo, pp. Ixi (4), 253. Facsimiles. (1719 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Sec 
ond series. [Vol. in.] Documentary history of the State of Maine. Vol. in. 
Containing the Trelawny Papers, edited and illustrated with historical 
notes and an appendix, by James Phinney Baxter. Published by the Maine 
Historical Society, aided by appropriations from the State. Portland, 1884. 
8vo, pp. xxxi, (1), 520. Illustrated. Folded maps and plans. Facsimiles. 
Contents : Memoir of Robert Trelawny ; The Trelawny Pedigree ; Autographs. 
The Trelawny Papers : Patent to Robert Trelawny and others, December 1, 1631 ; 
Patent to Thomas Cammack, November 1, 1631 ; Power of Attorney to John 
Winter and Thomas Pomeroy, January 18, 1631 ; Correspondence, etc., 1632- 
1809. Appendix : Will of Robert Trelawny, senior, June 30, 1627 ; Robert Tre- 
lawny s first Will, October 26, 1640 ; Robert Trelawny s last Will, August 27, 
1643 ; Sir Jonathan Trelawny ; The Song of the Western Men ; John Winter to 
Robert Trelawny, April, 1634, May 5, 1634 ; John Winter s Seal ; Charges on 
Newfoundland Fish ; Pedigree of Sir Ferdinando Gorges ; The Great Seal of the 
Council for New England ; Accounts of Jordan and Ridgeway ; Will of Robert 
Jordan. 

[NOTE. The territory covered by the Trelawny patent was in the neighbor 
hood of Cape Elizabeth, Casco Neck, and Richmond Island.] (172O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Sec 
ond series. [Vol. iv.] Documentary history of the State of Maine. Vol. iv. 
Containing the Baxter manuscripts. Edited, by James Phinney Baxter, 
A. M. Portland, 1889. 
Svo, pp. xvi, 506. 

[NOTE. A new series of the publications of the Society was begun in 1890, 
under the title " Collections and Proceedings, second series," the title of which 
is given in chronological order above. 1 (1721 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Second series. [Vol. v.] Docu 
mentary history of the State of Maine. Vol. v. Containing the Baxter 
Manuscripts. Edited by James Phinney Baxter. Portland, 1897. 

8vo, pp. xvi, 556. (1722 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Second series. [Vol. vi.] Docu 
mentary history of the State of Maine. Vol vi. Containing the Baxter 
Manuscripts. Edited by James Phinney Baxter. Portland, 1900. 

8vo, pp. xvi, 526. (172S 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Second series. [Vol. vn.] Docu 
mentary History of the State of Maine. Vol. vn. Containing the Farnham 
Papers. 1603-1G88. Compiled by * * * Mary Frances Farnham. Pub- 



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lislied by the Maine Historical Society, aided by appropriations fcom the 
State. Portland, 1901. 
8vo, pp. xxiv, 401. 

" To bring together in chronological sequence documents that elucidate the 
leading facts both in territorial development and the changes of government 
from 1603 to the present time, is the purpose of this compendium." Pref. 

(1724 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections. Second series. [Vol. vin.l Docu 
mentary History of the State of Maine. Vol. MIL Containing The Farn- 
hani Papers. 1698-1871. Compiled by Mary Frances Farnham. Portland, 
1902. 

8vo, pp. ix, 383. (1725 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse before the Society at its annual meet 
ing, September 6, 1846. By George Folsom. Portland, 1847. 
8vo, pp. 80. 
On the early discovery and settlement of Maine. (172G 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An address delivered before the Society at Bow- 
do in College, on the annual commencement, September 5, 1849, by Robert C. 
Winthrop. Boston, 1849. 

8vo, pp. 68. Some copies have 63 pages, omitting the appendix. 
Reissued as follows : Life and services of James Bowdoin, by Robert C. Win 
throp. Second edition, with additions. Boston, 1876. 8vo, pp. (1), 50. (1727 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of the Bunker Hill Monument. By Prof. 
[A. S.] Packard. Portland, 1853. 
8vo, pp. 33. 
Reprinted from Collections. (1728 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse delivered before the Society August 2, 
1854. By George Burgess. Portland, 1854. 

8vo, pp. 25. (1729 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Introductory address before the Society, Febru 
ary 2, 1855. By William Willis. Portland, 1856. 

8vo, pp. 28. (173O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The memoir and journals of Rev. Paul Coffin, 
D. D. By Cyrus Woodman. Portland, 1855. 
8vo. pp. 181 (1). Portrait. 
Published under the auspices of the Society. (1731 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Papers relating to Pemaquid and parts adjacent in 
the present State of Maine, known as Cornwall County, when under the 
colony of New York. Compiled from official records in the office of the 
secretary of state, at Albany, N. Y., by Franklin B. Hough. Albany, 1856. 

8vo, pp. vii, 136. 

Undertaken at the request of the Society. (1732 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An address delivered before the Society, March 5, 
1857, containing biographical notices of the former presidents of the Society. 
By William Willis. Portland, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 54. (1733 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Ancient Pemaquid : an historical review. Pre 
pared at the request of the Society for its Collections, by J. Wingate Thorn 
ton. Portland, 1857. 

8vo, pp. (4), 9-178. Seal. Facsimiles, 

Twenty-two copies printed. (1734 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A catalogue of original documents in the English 
archives relating to the early history of the State of Maine. [Collected by 
H. G. Somerby. Edited by George Folsom.] New York, 1858. 

Large 8vo, pp. (4), 137. (1735 



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MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Genealogy of the McKinstry family, with a pre 
liminary essay on the Scotch-Irish immigrations to America. By William 
Willis. Boston, 1858. 

8vo, pp. 28. 

Same. Second edition. Corrected and enlarged. Portland, 1866. 46 pp. 8vo. 

Based upon a paper published in the Collections. (173<J 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Abenaki Indians: their treaties of 1713 and 
1717, and a vocabulary ; with a historical introduction. By Frederic 
Kidder. Portland, 1859. 

8vo, pp. 25. Facsimiles. 

Reprinted from the Collections. (1787 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Castine ; and the old coins found there. By 
Joseph Williamson. Portland, 1859. 
8vo, pp. 22. 
Reprinted from the Collections. (1738 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An address on the Life and Character of Parker 
Cleaveland. Delivered January 19, 1859, before the Society, by Leonard 
Woods. Portland, 1859. 
8vo, pp. 61. 

Same. Second edition. Brunswick, 1860. 80 pp. Portrait. 8vo. 
Published by vote of the Trustees of Bowdoin College and of the Society. 

(1739 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. English Colonization in America. A vindication 
of the claims of Sir Ferdinando Gorges as the father of English coloniza 
tion in America. By John A. Poor. Delivered before the historical socie 
ties of Maine and New York. New York, 1862. 
8vo, pp. 144. 

Usually bound as part of the " Memorial Volume of the Popham Celebration." 
The paper as now printed contains several paragraphs omitted for want of time 
in the address before the New York Historical Society. (174O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of John Merrick. Prepared for the Soci 
ety. By D. II. Goodwin. [Portland.] 1862. 

8vo, pp. 39, (1). (1741 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Colonial Schemes of Popham and Gorges. Speech 
of John Wingate Thornton, at the Fort Popham celebration, August 29, 

1862, under the auspices of the Society. Boston, 1868. 

8vo, pp. 20. (1743 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Documentary History of Maine. Proceedings of 
the legislature of Maine for procuring copies of original papers, in the 
British state-paper office, not heretofore published, in regard to the early 
history of Maine. [Augusta, 1863.1 

8vo, pp. 4. No title-page. 

Contains the memorial of the Society to the legislature. (1743 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The First Colonization of New England. An ad 
dress delivered at the erection of a monumental stone in the walls of Fort 
Popham, August 29, 1862, commemorative of the planting of the Popham 
colony on the peninsula of Sabino, August 19 [O. S.I, 1607, establishing the 
title of England to the continent. By John A. Poor. New York, 1863. 

8vo, pp. 58. 

Usually bound with " Memorial Volume of the Popharn Celebration." (1744 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of Reuel Williams, prepared for the So 
ciety, by John A. Poor. Head at a special meeting of the Society, February, 

1863. [Portland,] 1864. 

8vo, pp. 66. Portrait. . (1745 



250 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memorial Volume of the Popham Celebration, 
August 29, 1862, commemorative of the planting of the Popham colony on 
the peninsula of Sabino, August 19 [O. S.], 1(507, establishing the title of 
England to the continent. Published under the direction of Edward Bal- 
lard, secretary of the executive committee of the celebration. Portland, 
1868. 

8vo, pp. xiv, (2), 9-368. Two maps. Facsimiles. Woodcuts. 
Bound with this is " English Colonization in America. A vindication of the 
claims of Sir Ferdinando Gorges as the father of English colonization in Amer 
ica. By John A. Poor. (Delivered before the historical societies of Maine and 
New York.) New York, 1862." pp. 144, 8vo. (174O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An address on the character of the colony founded 
by George Popham, at the mouth of the Kennebec River, August 19 [O. S.], 
1607. Delivered in Bath, on the two hundred and fifty-seventh anniver 
sary of that event. By Hon. Edward E. Bourne. Delivered and published 
at the request of the committee on the commemoration. Portland, 1864. 

8vo, pp. 60. (1747 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Responsibilities of the Founders of Republics. An 
address on the peninsula of Sabino, on the two hundred and fifty-eighth 
anniversary of the planting of the Popham colony, August 29, 1865. By 
Hon. James W. Patterson. Delivered and published at the request of the 
committee on the commemoration. Boston, 1865. 

8vo, pp. 38. (1748 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An address before the Society, January 27. 1858, 
on the Scotch-Irish immigration to Maine and Presbyterianism in New 
England; with the McKinstry genealogy. By William Willis. Portland, 
1866. 

8vo, pp. 46. 

Title taken from Willis s Bibliography. (1749 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Maine Historical Society. By William Willis, 
Historical Magazine, January, 1868, second set-., A T ol. in, pp. 13-17. 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of the discovery of the east coast of North 
America, particularly the coast of Maine; from the Northmen in 990, to the 
charter of Gilbert in 1574. Illustrated by copies of the earliest maps and 
charts. By J. G. Kohl. Portland, 1869. 

8vo, pp. 535. 

First issued as Vol. i of the second series of the Collections. (175O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Jamestown of Pemaquid ; a poem. By Maria W. 
Hackleton. Read on the site of Fort Frederic, on the reception of the com 
mittee of the Society by the citizens of Bristol, August 26, 1869. Published 
under direction of the Society. New York, 18(59. 

12mo, pp. 40. (1751 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Northmen in Maine; a critical examination 
of views expressed in connection with the subject, by Dr. J. G. Kohl, in 
Volume i of the new series of the Maine Historical Society. To which are 
added criticisms on other portions of the work, and a chapter on the dis 
covery of Massachusetts Bay. By B. F. De Costa. Albany, 1870. 

8vo, pp. (1), 146. (1752 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The burning of Falmouth (now Portland), by Cap 
tain Mowatt, in 1775. By William Goold. Prepared at the request of the 
Society, and read before it February 19, 1873. Reprinted from New Eng 
land Historical afhd Genealogical Register. Boston, 1873. 

8vo, pp. 16. (175iJ 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 251 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the past and present Members of the 
Society. Brunswick, 1874. 

8vo, pp. 25. (1754 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Coasting Voyages in the Gulf of Maine, made in 
1604-5 and G, by Samuel Champlain. A paper read at the meeting of the 
Society, February 18, 1875. By John Marshall Brown. Bath, 1875. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1755 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Early papermills of New 7 England. By William 
Goold. Read at a meeting of the Society, February 19, 1874. [Boston,] 
1875. 

8vo, pp. 8. No title-page. Cover-title. (1756 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A discourse concerning western planting, written 
in the year 1584. By Richard Ilakluyt, now first printed from a contem 
porary manuscript. With a preface and introduction by Leonard Woods. 
Edited, with notes in the appendix, by Charles Deane. Cambridge, 1877. 

Svo, pp. Ixi. (3), 253. Facsimiles. 

A separate issue of second series, Vol. n, of the Collections. (1757 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The discovery of North America by John Cabot. 
A first chapter in the history of North America. By Frederic Kidder. 
Boston, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 15. Illustrated. 

Read before the Society, February 17, 1874. (1758 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Leonard Woods. A discourse, by Charles Carroll 
Everett, before Bowdoin College and the Society, July 9, 1879. Brunswick, 
1879. 

Svo, pp. 34. (1759 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular letter. December, 1881. 
Sheet. 

Relative to procuring copies of all printed productions of citizens of Maine. 

(176O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Col. Arthur Noble. Fort Halifax. Col. William 
Vaughan. Papers read before the Society, by W. Goold. Portland. 1881. 

8vo, pp. (1), 107-313. Portrait. (1761 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Northeastern Boundary- By Israel Wash- 
burn, Read before the Society, May 15, 1879. Portland, 1881. 
8vo, pp. 100, (1). 

Reprinted from Collections, Vol. vin. (1762 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Seventy-fifth 

birthday. Proceedings of the Society, February 27, 1882. Portland [1882]. 

8vo, pp. 171. Portrait. (-176:$ 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Laus Laureati. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. 

February 27, 1882. Read before the Society at their celebration of the 

poet s seventy-fifth birthday. By James P. Baxter. Portland, 1882. 

8vo, pp. 8. (1764 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Longfellow s Birthday. Proceedings of the Maine 
Historical Society. [From the Portland Advertiser, February 28, 1882.] 

8vo, pp. 24. Portrait. (1765 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Song. Adapted from Auld Lang Syne. Sung at 
the celebration, by the Society, of the eighty-fourth birthday of Professor 
Alpheus S. Packard, December 23, 18S2. 

Small sheet. (1766 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Thomas Chute. By William Goold. 
8vo, pp. 12. 
Read before the Society, Dec. 23, 1882. (1767 



252 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Trelawny papers. Edited and illustrated, 
with historical notes and an appendix by James Phinney Baxter. Port 
land, 1884. 

8vo, large paper, pp. xxxi, (1), 520. Plates. Facsimiles. 
Edition of 50 copies on large paper, being a reprint of the Collections, second 
series. (1768 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. James Shepherd Pike. A biographical sketch. 
Read before the Society, December 22, 1885, by George Foster Talbot. 
Portland, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 40. (179 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Biographical sketch of John G. Deane, and brief 
mention of his connection with the northeastern boundary of Maine, copied 
by permission from the records of the Maine Historical Society; also memo 
randa about members of the family, old residents of the city of Ellsworth, 
Me., etc. Prepared by and printed for his sou, Llewellyn Deane, June, 
1885. for private use. Washington, D. C., 1887. 
8vo, pp. 70. Folded map. 

Pages 1-25 contain biographical sketch which was read before the Society, 
January 8, 1885. (177O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Brigadier General Samuel Waldo. By Joseph Wil 
liamson. Read before the Society, March 30, 1870. Portland, 1887. 
Small 4to, pp. (2), 19. Portrait. Facsimile. 
Reprinted from Collections, Vol. ix. (1771 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Maine Wills. 1640-1760. Compiled and edited 
with notes, by William M. Sargent. Portland, 1887. 
8vo, pp. xii, 953. . 

Published under the auspices of the Society, with financial support from the 
State. These wills are copied from the York County records, and comprise all 
those recorded from the earliest period down to 1700, when York County was 
divided into separate counties. Until then the county of York had embraced 
the entire Province of Maine. (1772 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society, on 
the occasion of a complimentary dinner to James Ware Bradbury, LL. D., 
president of the Society, on his eighty-fifth birthday, June 10, 1887. Port 
land, 1887. 

SmaH 4to, pp. (1), 56. (1773 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. William Hutchings, the last pensioner of the 
Revolution in Maine. By Joseph Williamson. Reprinted from Vol. ix, 
Collections Maine Historical Society. Portland, 1887. 

8vo, pp. (2), 7. (1774 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. York deeds. Books I-VT. [1642-1703.] Port 
land 1887-1890. 

Six vols. 8vo. 

Published under the auspices of the Maine Historical Society, and edited by 
H. W. Richardson. The copies of the deeds were made by W. M. Sargent. The 
introduction by the editor consists of an historical sketch of the land titles of 
Maine. 

Contents: Book 1. Preface ; Introduction, by H. W. Richardson; Deeds, 
1642-1666. 2. Introduction [by W. M. Sargent]; John Mason s royal charter, 
1635; Grant from Gorges to Mason, 1635; Deeds, 1666-1676. 3. Preface [by 
H. W. Richardson]; Deeds, 1676-1684. 4. Preface, by H. W. Richardson; 
Register s certificate; Errata; York deeds, 1684-1700; Index. 5. Preface; 
Register s certificate; Errata: York deeds; 1680-1699. 6. Preface; Register s 
certificate; Errata; York deeds, 1687-1703; Index. (1775 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 253 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. York deeds. Book vn. Portland, 1892. 

8vo, pp. 7, (3), fol. 1-267, pp. 198. 

Contents : Preface ; Errata ; Register s certificate ; York deeds, May 29, 1704, 
to July 7, 1713 ; Index of grantors, grantees, other persons, places. 

" Covers a period of the resettlement of Casco Bay and many of the convey 
ances during that time were of lands in that vicinity." (1776 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. York deeds. Book vm. Portland, 1892. 

8vo, pp. 6, (4), fol. 1-268. pp. 186. 

Contents : Preface ; Register s certificate : Errata ; York deeds, July 7, 1713, 
to January 7, 1717 ; Indexes of grants, grantors, grantees, etc. (1777 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. York deeds. Book ix. Portland, 1894. 
8vo, pp. 6, (4), fol. 1-275. 

Contents: Preface ; York "deeds, January, 1717 -January 6, 1719-20; In 
dexes of grantors, grantees, etc. (1778 
MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. York deeds. Book x. Portland, 1894. 
8v6, pp. 6 (2), fol. 1-275, pp. 1-193. 

Contents: Preface; Errata; York deeds, January 19, 1719-20-March 26, 
1722; Indexes of grants, grantors, etc. (1779 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. York deeds. Book XL. Portland, 1896. 
8vo, pp. (8), folios 1-272, pp. 229. 

Contents : Preface; Errata; York deeds, April, 1722-February, 1726; In 
dex of grantors, grantees, etc. 

Vols. xn and xiu are published by the Maine (Jenealogical Society. (178O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Dedicatory exercises of the Baxter Building, to 
the use of the Portland Public Library and Maine Historical Society, Thurs 
day, February 21, 1889. Illustrated with photogravures. Auburn, Me. : 
Lakeside Press, Printers and Binders. 1889. 

8vo, pp. 35 (1). (1781 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch of the life and character of Hon. Amos 
Tuck. Read before the Maine Historical Society, December, 1888. [Port 
land, Me., 1889.] 

8vo, pp. 314. Portraits. Facsimiles. (1782 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Bibliographic memorandum of the laws of Maine. 
By Josiah II. Drummond. Accepted at a meeting of the Society, May 9, 
1891. Portland, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 12. Half title. 

Reprinted from the Collections. (17SIJ 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Columbus day. [Columbian quadricentennial, 
Portland, Me., October 20, 1892. Portland, Me., 1892.] 
8vo, pp. 61. Portraits and maps. 

Reprinted from Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society, 

Vol. iv. (178rt 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A biographical sketch of Rev. Sylvanus Boardman. 

By Rev. George Bullen, D. D. Read, * * * with omissions, before the 

Maine Historical Society, December 7, 1893. Portland, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1784 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Col. Thomas (Joldthwait Was he a Tory? By R. 
Goldthwaite Carter, U. S. A. Read before the Maine Historical Society, 
Dec. 19, 1895. [Portland.] 

8vo, pp. 100. Portrait. (1785 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A bibliography of the State of Maine from the 
earliest period to 1891. By Joseph Williamson * * * In two volumes. 
Portland, 1890. 
8vo, 2 v. 
" Comp. under the auspices of the Maine Historical Society." (178G 



254 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of Colonel Edmund Phiimey s 31wt regi 
ment of foot. By Nathan Gookl. Portland, Me., 1890. 
8vo, pp. 54. 

At head of title : Maine Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. 
Reprinted from Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society. 
2d series, v. 7. I 1 7S7 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. John Chamberlain, the Indian fighter at Pigwacket. 
Prepared by George W. Chamberlain. Weymouth, Mass., 1898. 

8vo, pp. 14. 
Cover-title. 

Reprinted from the Quarterly of the Maine Historical Society for January, 
1898, with additions. i I 7ss 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A memorial of William and Xabby T. Goold, of 
Windham, Maine. By Nathan Goold. Portland, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 13. 
Reprinted from the Maine Historical Society s Quarterly. (1789 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of Colonel Edmund Phinney s eighteenth 
continental regiment. Twelve months service in 177G, with complete 
muster rolls of the companies. By Nathan Goold. Portland, Me., 1898. 
8vo, pp. 62. 
Reprinted from the Maine Historical Society s Quarterly. ( 1 79O 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of Col. James Scamman s Thirtieth regi 
ment of foot, eight months service men of 1775 from York County, with a 
full account of their movements during the battle of Bunker Hill and com 
plete muster rolls of the companies, by Nathan Goold, Portland, Me., 1899. 
8vo, pp. (1), 66. i 17!) I 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of Colonel Jonathan Mitchell s Cumber 
land county regiment of the Bagaduce expedition, 1779, with biographical 
sketches of the commissioned officers and pay rolls of the companies, 
by Nathan Goold. Reprinted from the Maine Historical Society s Quar 
terly. Portland, Me.. 1899. 

Svo. 1 p. 1., pp. 60. Front, (map) pi. (1792 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Plymouth colonists in Maine. By Rev. Henry 
S. Bun-age, D. D. I Portland?, Me., 1898?] 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 31. 
Read before the Maine Historical Society, Nov. 16, 1899. (1793 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Colonel James Scamman s 30th regiment of foot, 
1775. Also Captain Johnson Moulton s company. By Nathan Goold. Port 
land, Me., 1900. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., pp. 66, 8. 

At head of title: Maine Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. 
Two papers, read before the Maine Historical Society March 31, 1899, and 
January 26, 1899, respectively. 

1st paper also published in 1899 under title: History of Col. James Scam 
man s Thirtieth regiment of foot. * * * (1794 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. In commemoration of the millenary anniversary 
of the death of King Alfred the Great, November 12, 1901. [n. p., 1901V] 
8vo, cover-title, pp. 65. 

Contents : Baxter, J. P. Opening address. Black, J. W. The life and char 
acter of King Alfred. Chapman, II. L. Alfred a writer and a patron of learn 
ing. Savage, A. R. The Anglo-Saxon constitution and laws in the time of 
Alfred the Great. Dalton, A. Alfred the Great as a Christian. (1795 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The depredation at Pemaquid in August, H5SO. and 
events that led up to it, by -Victor Hugo Paltsits. Portland, Me . 1905. 
8vo, pp. 15, [1 ]. 
"Read before the Maine Historical Society, January 18, 1900." (1796 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 255 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Tercentenary of De Mont s settlement at St. C roix 
Island, June 25. 1904. Portland. 1905. 

8vo, p. (6), .78. Plates. Portraits. Maps. (17JM> 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Tercentenary of Martin Pring s first voyage to the 
coast of Maine, 1003-1003. [Portland, Me., Maine Historical Society, 1905V] 
Hvo, pp. [12], 73. Plates. 

Papers read at the celebration held by the Maine Historical Society, Novem 
ber, 10, 1903. 



MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Waymouth tercentenary; an account of the cele 
bration of the landing of George Waymouth on the coast of Maine. [Port 
land, Me., Maine Historical Society, 1905V] 
8vo, pp. 53. Plates.* Portraits. 

Celebration held at St. George s Harbor and Thoinaston, Maine, July 0, 1905. 

(179c 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings, November 1(5, 1899, to December 19, 

1901. Portland, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 51. 

Contains : The skeleton in armor found on Campbell s Island, and A contribu 
tion to the history of the old Kennebec river forts, by Joseph Williamson ; 
James Ware Bradbury, by Henry S. Bui-rage. (1797 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings, January 80, 1902, to November 20, 

1902. Portland, 1903. 

8vo, pp. 26. 

(Contains only reports, etc. No special papers.) (179S 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings, January 2, 1903, to November 19, 

1903. Portland, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1799 

MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings, January 20, 1904, to June 25, 1904. 
Portland, 1904. 
8vo, pp. 24. 
Same. Jan. 26, 1905, to Nov. 23, 1905. Portland. 8vo. pp. 25. (18OO 

OLD YORK HISTORICAL AND IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. 
York, Me. 

OLD YORK HISTORICAL AND IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. Agamenticus, Bristol, Gor- 
geana, York. An oration delivered by James Phinney Baxter, President of 
the Maine Historical Society, in York, Maine, on the two hundred and 
fiftieth anniversary of the town, together with a brief history of York 
and a descriptive account of the celebration of this anniversary, with a 
complete index, names, and historic events, August 5, 1902. Published by 
the Society, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 136. Plates. Portraits. (1SO1 

PEJEPSCOT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Brnnsicick, Me. 

PEJEPSCOT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections of the Pejepscot Historical Society, 
A 7 ol. i. Part i. Brunswick, 1889. 
8vo, pp. viii, 66. 

Contents : Account of Society ; Early movements to separate the District of 
Maine from Massachusetts, and the Brunswick convention of 1816, by Henry L. 
Chapman ; Brunswick at the time of its incorporation, by Henry W. Wheeler ; 



256 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Reminiscences of a former resident of New Meadows, written in 1S43 ; Thomas 

Crowell. by Summer L. Holbrook ; James Cary, by Ira P. Booker ; Brunswick 

wharf, by Henry W. Wheeler. (1SO3 

PEJEPSCOT HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Collections, Vol. i, Part n. Celebration of the 

one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the incorporation of the town of 

Brunswick. June 13, 1889. Brunswick, Maine. Published by the Pejep- 

scot Historical Society, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 92. IIlus. (18O3 

YORK INSTITUTE. 
8 a co, Me. 

YORK INSTITUTE. Constitution and By-laws of the York Institute. Located at 
Saco, Me. Established March, 1800. Biddeford, I860. 
8vo, pp. 7. 

Inserted are a blank form of subscription and a circular. (18O4 

YORK INSTITUTE. Act of Incorporation, Constitution, and By-laws. Estab 
lished March, 1800. Incorporated 1807. Biddeford, 1807. 

8vo, pp. 8. (18O5 

YORK INSTITUTE. Publications of York Institute, Vol. i, Nos. 1, 2. Saco 1884. 
Two pamphlets, 8vo. 

Contents : 1. York Institute : something of its past, present, and future, by 
B. Redford Melcher, pp. 24. 2. Industrial education in public schools, by E. P. 
Small, pp. 10. 

This society is devoted to the collection of historical and scientific information 
connected with York County. (18OO 



ANNE ARL XDEL COLXTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Annapolis, Md. 

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Handbook of the city of Annapolis 
and the United States Naval Academy. Prepared and published by the 
Society. Annapolis, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 99. (18O7 

FREDERICK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Frederick, Md. 

FREDERICK COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. First settlements of Germans in Mary 
land. A paper read by Edward T. Schultz before the Frederick County 
Historical Society, January 17th, 1890, and before the Society for the 
History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, 1890. To which items of 
historical interest referring to Frederick city and county are added. (Pub 
lished by request.) Frederick, Md., 1890. 

8vo, 60 numb. 1. Illus. (incl. map). 

Printed on one side of leaf only. (18O8 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE. 

GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF BALTIMORE. The Bahama Islands. Edited by George 
Burbank Shattuck. New York, 1905. 
8vo, pp. xxxii, 630. Plates. Maps. 

Contains also: History of the Bahama Islands, with a special study of the 

abolition of slavery in the colony. By James Martin Wright. Baltimore, 1905. 

8vo, pp. [419] -583. (1800 



HISTORICAL SOCIETIES IN MARYLAND. 257 

HARFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Bel Air, Md. 

HARFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution niul By-laws of the Society, with 
sketch of its history, list of members, contributors, etc. Incorporated 188(>. 
Baltimore, 1880. 
8vo. pp. .37. 

Contents: The Antiquary ; Motto; Officers and standing committees; Intro 
duction ; Sketch of the history of the Society ; Constitution and By-laws ; Titles 
of papers read before the Society, with the names of their authors ; Plan for 
genealogical records; Members. (ISlo 

HARFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY. History of the old Catholic Chapel at Priest s 
Ford, in Harford County, Md. Read before the Society, October 2<>, 1880, 
by G. W. Andrew, M. D. 

United States Catholic Historical Magazine, Vol. nr, pp. 41-64. (1811 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF HARFORD COUNTY, MARYLAND. 
Bel Air, Md. 

HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF HARFORD COUNTY, MARYLAND. Year Book, 1800. Bel 
Air, Md., 1800. 

8vo, pp. 25. (ISia 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. 

Baltimore, Md. 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Herbert B. Adams, editor. Vol. i, Xos. 1-12. Local 
Institutions. Baltimore, 1882. 
8vo. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. An introduction to American institutional history written for this 
series. By Edward A. Freeman, pp. 39. 

No. 2. The Germanic origin of New England towns. Read before the Har 
vard Historical Society, May 9, 1881. By Herbert B. Adams. With notes on 
cooperation in university work. pp. 57. 

No. 3. Local government in Illinois. By Albert Shaw. Reprints from the 
Fortniyht lji Review; and Local government in Pennsylvania. By E. R. L. 
Gould, pp. 57. 

No. 4. Saxon tithing-men in America. Read before the American Antiqua 
rian Society, October 21, 1881. By Herbert B. Adams, pp. 2. !. 

No. 5. Local government in Michigan and the Northwest. Read before the 
American Social Science Association, September 7, 1X82. By Edward W. 
Bemis. pp. 25. 

No. 6. Parish institutions of Maryland. By Edward Ingle, pp. 48. 

No. 7. Old Maryland manors. With the records of a court-leet and a court- 
baron. By John Johnson, pp. 38. 

No. 8. Norman constables in America. By Herbert B. Adams, pp. 38. 

Nos. 9 and 10. Village communities of Cape Anne and Salem. From the his 
torical collections of the Essex Institute. By Herbert B. Adams, pp. 81. 

No. 11. The genesis of a New England State (Connecticut). By Alexander 
Johnston, pp. 29. 

No. 12. Local government and free schools in South Carolina. By B. James 
Ramage. pp. 40. Index. (1S13 

H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 17 



258 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Herbert P>. Adams, editor. Vol. n, Nos. 1-12. Insti 
tutions and Economics. Baltimore, 1884. 

8vo, pp. (4), 629. 

CONTKNTS. 

Nos. 1 and 2. Methods of historical study. By Herbert B. Adams. January 
and February, 1884. pp. 136, (1). Diagram. 

No. 3. The past and present of political economy. By Richard T. Ely. 
March, 1884. pp. 64. 

No. 4. Samuel Adatns, the man of the town meeting. By James K. Hosmer. 
April, 1884. pp. GO. 

Nos. 5 and 6. Taxation in the United States, 1789-1816. By Henry Carter 
Adams, May and June, 1884. pp. 7 ). 

No. 7. Institutional beginnings in a Western State [Iowa]. By Jesse Marry. 
July, 1884. pp. 38. 

Nos. 8 and 9. Indian money as a factor in New England civilization. By 
William B. Weeden. August and September, 1884. pp. 51. 

No. 10. Town and county government in the English colonies of North Amer 
ica. The Toppan prize essay for 1883. By Edward Channiug. October, lss4. 
pp. 57. 

No. 11. Rudimentary society among boys. By John Johnson. November, 

1884. pp. 56. 

No. 11*. Land laws of mining districts. By Charles Howard Shinn. Decem 
ber, 1884. pp. 69. (1814 
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Herbert P>. Adams, editor. Vol. HI, Nos. 1-32. 
Maryland, Virginia, and Washington. Baltimore, 1885. 
Svo, pp. (4), 596. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. Mainland s influence upon land cessions to the United States, with 
minor papers on George Washington s interest in Western lands, the Potomac 
Company, and a national university. By Herbert B. Adams. January, 1885. 
pp. 102. 

Nos. 2 and 3. Local institutions of Virginia. By Edward Ingle. February 
and March, 1885. pp. 127. 

No. 4. Recent American socialism. By Richard T. Ely. April, 1885. pp. 74. 

Nos. 5, 6, and 7. Local institutions of Maryland. By Lewis W. Wilhelm. 
May, June, and July, 1885. pp. 129. 

No. 8. The influence of the proprietors in founding the State of New Jersey. 
By Austin Scott. August, 1885. . pp. 26. 

Nos. 9 and 10. American constitutions. The relations of the three depart 
ments as adjusted by a century. By Horace Davis. September and October, 

1885. pp. 70. 

Nos. 11 and 12. The city of Washington ; its origin and administration. By 
John Addison Porter. November and December, 1885. pp. 66. (IS15 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Herbert B. Adams, editor. Vol. iv, Nos. 1-10. 
State and Municipal Governments. Baltimore, 1886. 
Svo, pp. (3), 610. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. Dutch village communities on the Hudson River. By Irving Elting. 
January, 1886. pp. 68. 

No. 2. Town government in Rhode Island. By William E. Foster. February, 

1886. pp. 36. 

No. 3. The Narragansett planters: a study of causes. By Edward Channiug. 
March, 1886. pp. 23. 

No. 4. Pennsylvania boroughs. By William 1 . Holcomb. April, 1886. pp. 51. 

No. 5. An introduction to the study of the constitutional and political history 
of the States. By J. Franklin Jameson. May, 1886. pp. 29. 

No. 6. A Puritan colony in Maryland. By Daniel It. Randall. June, 1886. 
pp. 47. 



JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. 259 

Nos. 7, 8, and 9. History of the land question in the United States. By Sho- 
suke Sato. July, August, September, 188(5. pp. (2), v, 181. 

No. 10. The town and city government of New Haven. By Charles II. Lever- 
more. October, 1886. pp. 103. 

Nos. 11 and 12. The land system of the New England colonies. By Melville 
Egleston. November and December, 188(5. pp. (1), 06. (18 Hi 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. History of the Land Question in the United 
States. By Shosuke Sato. Baltimore, 1880. 
8vo, pp. v, 181. 

Reprinted from Johns Hopkins I liircrsitij titmlU s, Vol. iv, Xos. 7, 8, and 9. 

(1817 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Herbert B. Adams, editor. Vol. v. Xos. 1-12. 
Municipal Government, History, and Politics. Baltimore, 1887. 
8vo, pp. (4), 559. 

CONTENTS. 

Nos. 1 and 2. City government of Philadelphia. By P^dward I . Allison and 
Boies Penrose. 

No. 3. The city government of Boston. By James M. Bugbee. 

No. 4. The city government of St. Louis. By Marshall S. Snow. 

Nos. 5 and G. Local government in Canada. An historical study. By John 
George Bourinot. 

No. 7. The effect of the war of 1812 upon the consolidation of the Union. I5y 
Nicholas Murray Butler. 

No. 8. Notes on the literature of charities. By Herbert B. Adams. 

No. 9. The predictions of Hamilton and l)e Tocqueville. By James Bryce. 

No. 10. The study of history in England and Scotland. By Paul Fredericq. 
Authorized translation from the French, by Henrietta Leonard. 

No. 11. Seminary libraries and university extension. By Herbert B. Adams. 

No. 12. European schools of history and politics. By Andrew 1). White. 

Index. (1818 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 

and Political Science. Herbert B. Adams, editor. Vol. vi, Nos. l-ll . 

History of Cooperation in the United States. Baltimore, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 540. 

CONTENTS. 

Nos. 1 and 2. Cooperation in New England. By Edward W. Bemis. 

No. 3. Cooperation in the Middle States. By Edward W. Bemis. 

Nos. 4, 5, 0. Cooperation in the Northwest. By Albert Shaw. 

Nos. 7, 8. Three phases of cooperation in the West. By Amos (}. Warner. 

Nos. 9, 10. Cooperation on the Pacific Coast. By Charles Howard Shinn. 

Nos. 11, 12. Cooperation in Maryland and the South. By Daniel II. Randall. 

Index. (181!> 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 

and Political Science. Herbert B. Adams, editor. Vol. VII. Nos. 1-1 

Social Science. Municipal and Federal Government. Baltimore, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 628. 

CONTENTS. 

No. 1. Arnold Toynbee. By F. C. Montague. With an account of the work of 
Toynbee Hall, In East London, by Philip Lyttleton (iell. 

Nos. 2-3. The establishment of municipal government in San Francisco. By 
Bernard Moses. 

No. 4. Municipal history of New Orleans. By William W. Howe. 

Nos. 5, 6. English culture in Virginia, a study of the Gilmer letters, and an 
account of the English professors obtained by Jefferson for the University of 
Virginia. By William P. Trent. 

Nos. 7, 8, 9. The river towns of Connecticut, Wetherstield, Hartford, and 
Windsor. By Charles M. Andrews. 

Nos. 10, 11, and "12. Federal government in Canada. By John G. Bourinot. 
Index. (1820 



260 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Herbert B. Adams, editor. Vol. VIII. Nos. 1-12. 
History, Politics, Education. Baltimore, 1890. 
8vo, pp. (4), 625. 

CONTENTS. 

Nos. 1, 2. The beginnings of American nationality. The Constitutional rela 
tions between the Continental Congress and the Colonies and States from 1776 
to 17S9. By Albion W. Small. January and February, 1890. 

No. 3. Local government in Wisconsin. By David E. Spencer. March, 1890. 

No. 3a. Notes supplementary. The Enoch Pratt Free Library. By Lewis H. 
Steiner. 

No. 4. Spanish colonization in the Northwest. By Frank W. Blackmar. 
April. 1890. 

No. 5. Notes supplementary, No. 3. Early Presbyterianism in Maryland. By 
J. W. Mcllvain. pp. 33. 

No. 6. The study of history in Germany and France. By Paul Fredericq. 
Translation by Henrietta Leonard. May and June, 1890. pp. 118. 

Nos. 7, 8, and 9. Notes on the progress of the colored people of Maryland since 
the war. By Jeffrey R. Brackett. July-September, 1890. pp. 96. 

No. 10. The study of history in Holland and Belgium. By Paul Fredericq. 
Translation by Henrietta Leonard. October, 1890. pp. 62. 

Notes supplementary. No. 4. The educational aspect of the United States 
National Museum. By Otis T. Mason. 

Nos. 11 and 12. Seminary notes on recent historical literature. By Dr. II. B. 
Adams, Dr. J. M. Vincent, Dr. W. B. Scaife, and others. November, December, 
1890. Index to eighth volume, pp. 105. (1821 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. ix. Baltimore, 1891. 

8vo, pp. (6), 634. 

Contents : Government and administration of the United States, by W. W. 
Willoughby and W. F. Willoughby ; The history of university education in 
Maryland, by B. C. Steiner; The Johns Hopkins University (1876-1891), by 
Daniel C. Gilman ; The Communes of Lombardy from the VI to the X century, 
by W. K. Williams ; Public lands and agrarian laws of the Roman Republic, by 
Andrew Stephenson ; Constitutional development of Japan (1853-1881), by 
Toyokichi lyenaga : A history of Liberia, by J. H. T. McPherson ; The character 
and influence of the Indian trade in Wisconsin, by F. J. Turner. (1822 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in History and 
Political Science. Vol. x. Baltimore. 1892. 

Svo, pp. iv, 626. 

Contents: The Bishop Hill colony, a religious communistic settlement in 
Henry County, 111., by Michael A. Mikkelsen ; Church and state in New England, 
by Paul E. Lauer ; Church and state in early Maryland, by George Petrie ; The 
religious development in the province of North Carolina, by Stephen Beau regard 
Weeks : Maryland s attitude in the struggle for Canada, by J. William Black ; 
Quakers in Pennsylvania, by Albert C. Applegarth : Columbus and his discovery 
of America, by Herbert B. Adams and Henry Wood ; Causes of the American 
Revolution, by James A. Woodburn. (1823 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xi. Labor, slavery, and self-government Bal 
timore. 1893. 

Svo, pp. (2), 570. 

Contents : The social condition of labor, by E. R. L. Gould ; The world s repre 
sentative assemblies of to-day, by Edmund K. Alden ; The negro in the District of 
Columbia, by Edward Ingle ; Church and state in North Carolina, by Stephen B. 
Weeks ; The condition of the Western farmer as illustrated by the economic his 
tory of a Nebraska township, by A. F. Bentley ; History of slavery in Connecti 
cut, by B. C. Steiner : Local government in the South and the Southwest, by 
E. W. Bemis and others ; Popular election of United States Senators, by 
J. Haynes. (1824 



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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies. Vol. xii. 
Institutional and economic history. Baltimore, 181)4. 
Svo, pp. (4), 626. 

Contents : The Cincinnati Southern Railway, a study in municipal activity, by 
J. II. Hollander ; A memorial of Lucius S. Merriam ; The constitutional begin 
nings of North Carolina (1663-1729), by John Spencer Bassett; The struggle of 
Protestant dissenters for religious toleration in Virginia, by II. R. Mcllwaine ; 
The Carolina pirates and colonial commerce (1670-1740), by S. C. Ilughson ; 
Representation and suffrage in Massachusetts (1620-1691), by G. II. Ilaynes ; 
English institutions and the American Indian, by J. A. James ; The interna 
tional beginnings of the Congo Free State, by J. S. Reeves. (1825 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xui. South Carolina, Maryland, and Virginia. 
Baltimore, 1S0.1. 

8vo, pp. iv, 601. 

Contents: Government of the Colony of South Carolina, by E. L. Whitney; 
The early Relations between Maryland and Virginia, by J. II. Latane ; The Rise 
and Development of the Bicameral System in America, by T. F. Moran ; White 
Servitude in the Colony of Virginia, by J. C. Ballagh ; The Genesis of Califor 
nia s first Constitution (1846-49), by R. D. Hunt; Benjamin Franklin as an 
Economist, by W. A. Wetzel ; The 1 rovisional Government of Maryland (1774- 
1777), by J. A. Silver; Government and Religion of the Virginia Indians, by 
S. R. Hendren. (182G 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xiv. Baltimore, Slavery, and Constitutional 
History. Baltimore, 1896. 
Svo, pp. 588. 

Contents : Constitutional history of Hawaii, by Henry E. Chambers ; City 
government of Baltimore, by Thaddeus P. Thomas ; Colonial origins of New 
England senates, by F. L. Riley ; Slavery and servitude in the colony of North 
Carolina, by John S. Bassett ; Representation in Virginia, by J. A. C. Chandler ; 
The history of taxation in Connecticut (1636-1776), by F. R. Jones; Slavery in 
New Jersey, by II. S. Cooley ; Causes of the Maryland Revolution of 1689^ by 
F. E. Sparks; Index. (1827 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xv. American Economic History. Baltimore, 
1897. 

8vo, pp. 614. 

Contents : History of the tobacco industry in Virginia from 1860 to 1894, by 
B. W. Arnold, jr. ; The street railway system of Philadelphia its history and 
present condition, by Frederic W. Spehs; Daniel Raymond, an early chapter in 
the history of economic theory in the United States, by Charles P. Neill ; The 
economic history of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad, 1827-1853, by Milton 
Reizenstein ; South American trade of Baltimore, by Frank R. Rutter ; State tax 
commissions in the United States, by James Wilkinson Chapman, jr. ; Tendencies 
in American economic thought, by Sidney Sherwood. (1S2S 

Jonxs HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xvi. Anglo-American Relations and Southern 
History. Baltimore, 1898. 
8vo, pp. 623. 

Contents : The neutrality of the American lakes and Anglo-American rela 
tions, by James Morton Callahan ; West Florida and its relation to the historical - 
cartography of the United States, by Henry E. Chambers; Antislavery leaders of 
No. Carolina, by John Spencer Bassett : Life and administration of Sir Robert 
Eden, by Bernard C. Steiner ; The transition of North Carolina from colony to 
commonwealth, by Enoch Walter Sikes ; Jared Sparks and Alexis de Tocqueville, 
by Herbert B. Adams. (1829 



262 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xvn. Economic history Maryland and the 
South. Baltimore, 1809. 
8vo, pp. 596. 

Contents : History of state banking in Maryland, by Alfred C. Bryan ; His 
tory of the Know Nothing party in Maryland, by Lawrence P. Schmeckebier ; 
The Labadist colony in Maryland, by Bartlett B. James ; Slavery in the state 
of North Carolina, by John Spencer Bassett ; The early development of the 
Chesapeake and Ohio canal project, by George Washington Ward ; Public educa 
tional work in Baltimore, by Herbert B. Adams. (183O 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xvm. Taxation in Southern States, Church 
and Education. Baltimore. 1900. 
8vo, pp. 581. 

Contents : Studies in State taxation, with particular reference to the south 
ern states, by graduates and students of Johns Hopkins University, edited by 
J. II. Hollander ; The colonial executive prior to the restoration, by Percy 
Lewis Kaye ; Constitution and admission of Iowa into the union, by James 
Alton James ; The church and popular education, by Herbert B. Adams ; The 
struggle for religious freedom in A irginia : The Baptists, by William Taylor 
Thorn. (18307 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xix. Diplomatic and Constitutional history. 
Baltimore, 1901. 

Svo, pp. (in), 045. 

Contents: America in the Pacific and Far East, by F. M. Callahan ; State 
activities in relation to labor in the United States, by W. F. Willoughby ; History 
of suffrage in Virginia, by J. A. C. Chandler ; Maryland Constitution of 18(54, 
by W. S. Myers : Life of Commissary James Blair, founder of William and 
Mary College, by D. E. Motley ; Governor Hicks of Maryland and the Civil Warj 
by G. L. P. Radcliffe; Index. (1S31 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xx. Colonial and Economic History. Balti 
more, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 632. 

Contents : Western Maryland in the Revolution, by Bernard C. Steiner ; State 
banking in the United States since the passage of the national bank act, by 
Geo. E. Barnett : Internal improvements in Alabama, by William E. Martin ; 
Trust companies in the United States, by George Cator ; The Maryland consti 
tution of 1851, by James Warner Harry; The political activities of Philip 
Freneau, by Samuel E. Forman ; Continental opinion regarding a proposed 
middle European tariff -union, by George M. Fisk. (1832 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Vol. xxi. Indiana, North Carolina and Maryland. 
Baltimore, 1903. 
Svo, pp. 575. 

Contents : The Wabash trade route in the development of the old Northwest, 
by Elbert Jay Benton : Internal improvements in North Carolina previous to 
1860, by Charles C. Weaver: The history of Japanese paper currency (1868- 
1890), by Masayoshi Takaki ; Economics and politics in Maryland, 1720-1750, 
and the public services of Daniel Dulany the elder, by St. George L. Sioussat : 
The beginnings of Maryland, 1631-1639, by Bernard C. Steiner ; The English 
statutes in Maryland, by St. George L. Sioussat. (1833 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Series XXH, Nos. 1-2. A trial bibliography of Ameri 
can trade-union publications, prepared by the Economic Seminary of the 
Johns Hopkins University. Edited by Geo. E. Barnett. Baltimore, 1904. 

8vo, 2 p. 1., pp. 7-112. (1834 



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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Series xxn. Xos. ; ( >-4. White servitude in Maryland. 
1(134-1820. By Eugene Irving McCormac. Baltimore. 1004. 

8vo, pp. 112. (1835 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Series XXH, \<>. .". Switzerland at the beginning of 
the sixteenth century. By John Martin Vincent. Baltimore. 1004. 
8vo, pp. 01. 

"This study was originally written as an introduction to the biography of 
Zwingli by Professor Samuel Mar-auley Jackson, in his series of Heroes of the 
Reformation. " Pref. note. 

Bibliography: pp. r50]-<;i. (1S3< 

Jonxs HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Series xxn, Xos. (5-7-8. The political history of 
Virginia during the Reconstruction. By Hamilton James Eckenrode. Bal 
timore. Published monthly June-JulyAugust, 1004. 

Svo, pp. 12S. 

Contains: Notes supplementary to the Johns Hopkins University Studies 

in Historical and Political Science: Lay sermons, by Amos (iriswold Warner, 

with a biographical sketch by (leorge Elliott Howard. Baltimore. 1004. Svo, 

pp. TO. (1837 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 

and Political Science. Scr. xxn, Nos 0-10. The foreign commerce of Japan 

since the restoration, 18(50-1000. By Yukimasa Hattori. Baltimore. 1004. 

Svo, pp. 70. Diagrs. (1S3S 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 

and Political Science. Series xxn, Xos. 11-12. Descriptions of Maryland. 

By Bernard C. Steiner. Baltimore, November December, 1004. 

Svo, pp. 04. (1839 

Series xxn, Nos 1-12, form Vol. xxn of the Studies, as follows : Johns 

Hopkins Fniversity Studies in Historical and Political Science. Vol. xxn. 

Social and Industrial History. Baltimore, 1004. Svo, pp. iv, 658. 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Series xxni, Xos. 1-2. The early period of recon 
struction in South Carolina. By John Porter Ilollis * * * Baltimore, 
1005. 

Svo, pp. 120, 1 1. (1840 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Series xxni, Xos. ,>-4. State government in Mary 
land, 1777-1781. By Beverly W. Bond, jr. Baltimore, 1005. 

Svo, pp. 118. 

" List of manuscripts :" p. [117J-11S. (1841 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Herbert B. Adams, editor. Extra Vol. i. The Re 
public of Xew Haven; a history of municipal evolution. By Charles H. 
Levermore. Baltimore, 1X8(5. 

Svo, pp. vii, 5-342. Plate. (1842 

.Tonxs HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Studies in Historical and Political Science. Her 
bert B. Adams, editor. Extra Vol. n. Philadelphia, 1(581-1887. A history 
of municipal development. By Edward P. Allinson, A. M., and Boies Pen- 
rose, A. M. Baltimore, 1887. 

Svo, pp. liii, 302. (1843 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. in. Baltimore and the Nineteenth of 
April, 1801. A study of the War. By George William Brown. Baltimore, 

1887. 

Svo, pp. 176. Plan. 



264 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. iv. An introduction to the local constitu 
tional history of the United States. By George E. Howard. Baltimore, 
1889. 

8vo, pp. xv, 526. 

Contents: V. i. Development of the township, hundred, and shire. (1845 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. v. Local constitutional history of the 
United States, hy George E. Howard. Vol. n. 

In preparation. (1846 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. vi. The Negro in Maryland. A study 
of the institution of slavery. By Jeffrey R. Brackett. Baltimore, 1889. 

Svo, pp. (4), 1 OS. (1847 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. vn. The Supreme Court of the United 
States. Its history and influence in our constitutional system. By Westel 
W. Willoughhy. Baltimore, 1890. 

Svo. pp. (4), 124. (1848 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. vni. The intercourse between the United 
States and Japan. An historical sketch. By Inazo (Ota) Nitohe. Balti 
more, 1891. 

8vo, pp. ix, 108. (1849 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. ix. State and federal government in 
Switzerland. By John Martin Vincent. Baltimore, 1891. 

8vo. pp. viii, (1), 247. (185O 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. x. Spanish institutions of the South 
west. By Frank W. Blackmar. Baltimore, 1891. 

8vo. pp. xxv, (1), 353. Map. Illustrations. (1851 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 

and Political Science. Extra Vol. xi. An introduction to the study of the 

Constitution. A study showing the play of physical and social factors in 

the creation of institutional law. By Morris M. Cohen. Baltimore, 1892. 

Svo. pp. xi, 235. (1852 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 

and Political Science. Extra Vol. XH. The old English manor. A study 

in English economic history. By Charles McLean Andrews. Baltimore, 

1892. , 

Svo, pp. xi, 291. (1853 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xm. America ; its geographical history, 
1492-1892. Six lectures delivered to graduate students of the Johns Hop 
kins University, with a supplement entitled, Was the Rio del Espiritu Santo 
of the Spanish geographers the Mississippi? By Walter B. Scaife. Balti 
more, 1892. 

Svo, pp. (12), 170. Ten maps. (1854 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xiv. Florentine life during the Renais 
sance. By Walter B. Scaife. Baltimore, 1893. 

Svo, pp. viii, 248. (1855 



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JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xv. Southern Quakers and slavery : a 
study in institutional history. By Stephen B. Weeks. Baltimore, 1896. 

8vo, pp. xiv, 400. Fold. map. 

Bibliography: pp. [345]-362. (1856 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY". Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xvi. Contemporary American opinion of 
the French revolution. By Charles Downer Hazen. Baltimore, 1897. 

8vo, 1 p. L, pp. x, 315. 

Bibliography: pp. [300J-307. (1857 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Studies in Historical and Political Science. 
Extra Vol. xvn. Industrial experiments in the British colonies of North 
America. By Eleanor Louisa Lord. Baltimore, 1898. 

8vo, pp. viii, 154. (1858 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xvm. State aid to higher education ; 
a series of addresses delivered at the Johns Hopkins University. Balti 
more, 1898. 

8vo, 3 p. 1., pp. 09. 

Contents : State aid to higher education. An address by President Charles K. 
Adams. Statistics on State aid to higher education. By St. George L. Sioussat. 
(Supplementary to President Adams address). The State universities of the 
West. An address by President James B. Angell. A city university. An ad 
dress by President Seth Low. The encouragement of higher education. An 
address by Professor Herbert B. Adams. (1859 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xix. Irrigation in Utah. By Charles 
Hillmann Brough. Baltimore, 1898. 

8vo, pp. xv, 212. Front. Plates. (I860 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 

and Political Science. Extra Vol. xx. The financial history of Baltimore. 
By J[acob] H[arry] Hollander. Baltimore, 1899. 

8vo, pp. xvi, 397. (1861 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xxi. Cuba and international relations; 
a historical study in American diplomacy. By James Morton Callalmn. 
Baltimore, 1899. 

8vo. pp. 503. (1862 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political- Science. Extra Vol. XXH. The American workman. By 
Efmile] Levasseur. Translation by T. S. Adams. Edited by T. Marburg. 
Baltimore, 1900. 

8vo, pp. xx, 517. (1863 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xxm. Herbert B. Adams, tributes of 
friends, with a bibliography of the Department of history, politics, and 
economics of the Johns Hopkins University, 187(>-1901. Baltimore, 1902. 

8vo, pp. 100. Front. (port.). 

Contents : Herbert B. Adams : a biographical sketch, by .T. M. Vincent. The 
life and services of Herbert Baxter Adams, by K. T. Ely. Other tributes : by 
D. C. Gilman [and] B. .T. Ramage. Resolutions : American historical associa 
tion, Trustees of the Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins University 
Historical and Political Science Association. Bibliography of the Ueimv-tuient 
of history, politics, and econo nics, 1876-1901. (1864 



266 AMERICAN HTSTORTCAL ASSOCIATION. 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studios in Historical 
and Political Science. I-Cxtra Vol. xxiv. A history of slavery in Virginia, 
by James Curtis Ballagh. Baltimore, 1902. 

8vo, 1 p. 1., pp. viii, 100. 

Bibliography: pp. 149-154. (1865 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical 
and Political Science. Extra Vol. xxv. The finances and administration 
of Providence, by Howard Kemble Stokes, Ph. D. Baltimore, 1903. 

Svo, 1 p. 1.. pp. vii, 4(54. Diagrs. (1866 

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY. Bibliographia hopkinsiensis, 1876-1891. Part 
1. Baltimore, 1892. 
8vo. 

Contents : 1. Philology. 

This bibliography " is intended to include the important publications of pres 
ent and former members of the academic staff during the period of their con 
nection with the university : also a full bibliography of present and former 
fellows and graduates." Editorial note. (1867 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. (BALTIMORE.) 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution, by-laws, charter, circular, and 
members of the Maryland Historical Society. Baltimore: John Murphy, 
1844. 

Svo, pp. 10, (1). (1868 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. First Discourse before the Maryland Histor 
ical Society. Delivered on June 20, 1844. By Charles F. Mayer, A. M. 
Baltimore: John D. Toy, 1844. 

Svo, pp. 32. (1869 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Discourse on the Life and Character of George 

Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore. Made by John P. Kennedy before the 

Maryland Historical Society, December 9, 1845, being the second annual 

address to the Association. Baltimore : John Murphy, 1845. 

Svo, pp. 50. (187O 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Journal of Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, dur 
ing his visit to Canada in 1770, as one of the Commissioners from Congress, 
with a memoir and notes, by Brantz Mayer. Baltimore: John Murphy, 
1845. 

Svo. pp. S4. 

Reprinted in 1870. (1871 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of Benjamin Banneker, read before 
the Maryland Historical Society at the monthly meeting. May 1, 1845, by 
John H. B. Latrobe, esq. Baltimore: John D. Toy, 1845. 

Svo, pp. 10. (1872 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual Report of the President, 1845-46. 

Published in the Western Continent, February, 1S40. (1873 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Discourse on the Life and Character of Sir 

Walter Raleigh. Delivered by J. Morrison Harris before the Maryland 

Historical Society. May 19, 1840, being the third annual address to the 

Association. Baltimore: John D. Toy, 1840. 

Svo, pp. 71. (1874 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historical sketch of the early Christian Mis 
sions among the Indians of Maryland. Read before the Maryland His- 
. toHcp! Society on the 8th of January, 1840, by B. U. Campbell. 
The Western Continent, March 28, 1846. 

The United States Catholic Magazine, Vol. vn, pp. 520-535, 581-580. Balti 
more, 1848. < 1 srr 



MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 267 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Review of " Lord Baltimore and the Maryland 
Charter. Discourse on the life and character of George Calvert, the first 
Lord Baltimore, made by John P. Kennedy before the Society, being the 
second annual address to that Association." 

The United States Catholic Magazine, Vol. v, pp. 193-220. Baltimore, ]84G. 
(Mr. Kennedy s reply to this review. Vol. v, pp. 349-376.) <IS7<> 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of Maj. Samuel Ringgold. United 
States Army. Read before the Maryland Historical Society, April 1, 1847, 
by James Wynne, M. D. Baltimore : John Murphy, 1847. 

8vo, pp. 16. (1877 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A relation of the colony of Lord Baron of 
Baltimore, in Maryland, New Virginia; a narrative of the first voyage to 
Maryland, by the Rev. Father Andrew White, and sundry reports from 
Rev. Fathers Andrew White, John Altham, John Brock, and other Jesuit 
Fathers of the colony to the Superior General at Rome, copied from the 
archives of the Jesuits College at Rome by the late Rev. William McSherry, 
of Georgetown College, and presented by the college to the Maryland His 
torical Society. Translated by N. C. Brooks, A. M., member of the Society. 
Baltimore, 1847. 

8vo, pp. 47. (1S78 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of paintings, engravings, etc.. at the 
picture gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. First annual exhibi 
tion, 1848. Baltimore: John I). Toy [1848]. 

Svo, pp. 12. (187 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Literature and Art : . A discourse by Brant/ 
Mayer, delivered at the dedication of the Baltimore Athenaeum, October 23, 
1848. Baltimore: John Murphy, 1848. 
8vo, pp. 52. 

Delivered before the Historical Society, the Library Company, and the Mer 
cantile Library Association, and published at the request of the joint committee 
of the Association. (1SSO 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. American Colonial History. An address made 
by Thomas Donaldson, esq., before the Maryland Historical Society, Balti 
more, March 20, 1840, being the fourth annual address to that Association. 
Baltimore: John Murphy & Co., 1840. 

8vo, pp. 28. U881 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of paintings, engravings, etc., at the 
picture gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. Second annual exhibi 
tion, 1840. Baltimore: John I). Toy [18401. 

8vo, pp. 15. (18S2 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A narrative of events which occurred in Balti- 
. more Town during the Revolutionary War. To which are appended various 
documents and letters, the greater part of which have never been heretofore 
published. By Robert Purviance. Baltimore, 1840. 
12mo, pp. (3), 231. 
Read before the Maryland Historical Society, January, 1847. (1S8S 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A paper upon California. Read before the 
Maryland Historical Society, by J. Morrison Harris, March |1J, 184!). Bal 
timore: John D. Toy, 1840. 

8vo, pp. 32. (1884 

M \RYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The seat of Government of the United States. 
A review of the discussion in Congress and elsewhere on the site and plans 
of the Federal city, with a sketch of its present position and prospects. 
Read (in part) before the New York and Maryland Historical Societies. 



268 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

Also, a Dotice of the Smithsonian Institution. By Joseph Bradley Var- 
nuiu, jr. New York: Press of Hunt s Merchants Magazine, 1848. 
8vo, pp. 69. Folded plan. 

Same. With remarks on monumental structures and the Smithsonian Institu 
tion. Second edition, with an alphabetical index. Washington : R. Farnham 
1854. 8vo, pp. 121. Folded plan. (1885 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report of the President of the Mary 
land Historical Society, and of its Committee on the Gallery of Fine Arts. 
1850. Baltimore: John I). Toy, [1850]. 

Svo, pp. 21. (1886 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of paintings, engravings, etc., at the 
Picture Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. Third annual exhibi 
tion, 1850. Baltimore: John 1). Toy, [1850]. 

Svo, pp. 12. (1887 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The origin and growth of civil liberty in Mary 
land. A discourse delivered by George Win. Brown before the Maryland 
Historical Society. Baltimore, April 12, 1850, being the fifth annual address 
to that association. Baltimore: John D. Toy, 1850. 

Svo, pp. 40. (1888 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memorials of Columbus [and Martin Behaim 
and his globe at Nuremberg]. Read to the Maryland Historical Society by 
Robert Dodge. April 3, 1851. Baltimore: [John D. Toy], 1851. 

Svo, pp. 28. (1889 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch of the early currency in Maryland and 
Virginia. A memoir read before the Society, Thursday, February 6, 1851. 
By Sebastian F. Streeter. 

The Bankers Magazine, August, 1851, new series, Vol. \, pp. 85-90. Boston, 
1851. (Revised and republished in 1858.) (189O 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Sketch of the Life and Services of Gen. 
Otho Holland Williams. Read before the Maryland Historical Society on 
Thursday evening, March 6, 1851. By Osmond Tiffany. Baltimore : John 
Murphy & Co., 1851. 

Svo, pp. 31. (1891 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Tah-gah-jute ; or Logan and Captain Michael 
Cresap. A discourse by Brantz Mayer. Delivered in Baltimore before the 
Maryland Historical Society on its sixth anniversary, 9 May, 1851. [Balti 
more: John Murphy & Co., 1851.] 
8vo, pp. 86. Erratum, one line. 

This paper, enlarged and in some parts revised and recast, was published with 
the following title : " Tah-gah-jute ; or Logan and Cresap, an historical essay. 
By Brantz Mayer." Albany, 1867. Svo, pp. x, 204. (1892 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Maryland Two Hundred Years Ago. A dis 
course by S. F. Streeter. Delivered in Baltimore before the Maryland 
Historical Society on its seventh anniversary celebration, May 20. IS iii. 
[Baltimore: John D. Toy, 1852.] 

8vo, pp. 76. (1893 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Baltimore; or Long Time Ago. By W[illiam] 
B. Bfuchanan]. 1853. Baltimore: Murphy & Co., [1853]. 
Svo, pp. 24. 

A poem dedicated and presented to the Society. (1894 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of paintings, engravings, etc., at the 
Picture Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. Fourth Exhibition, 
1853. Baltimore: John D. Toy, [1853]. 

Svo, pp. 15. (1895 



MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 269 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. African Slave Trade in Jamaica, and com 
parative Treatment of slaves. [By Moses Sheppard.J Read before the 
Maryland Historical Society, October [5], 1854. [Baltimore:] John D. Toy, 
[1854]. 

8vo, pp. 14. (189<i 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual Report of the President of the Mary 
land Historical Society, and list of its members. 1854. Baltimore : John 
D. Toy, [1854]. 

8vo, pp. 16. (1897 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of the Manuscripts, Maps, Medals, 
Coins, Statuary, Portraits, and Pictures ; and an account of the Library of 
the Maryland Historical Society. Made in 1854, under the direction of the 
library committee and the president, by Lewis Mayer, assistant librarian. 
Baltimore : John D. Toy, 1854. 

Svo, pp. 49, (2). (1898 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue raisonne of the Towson collections 
of coins belonging to the Maryland Historical Society. [Washington, D. C.I 
8vo, pp. 41. No title-page. " Described and arranged by D. E. Groux, Wash 
ington, D. C." (1899 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Origin and Causes of Democracy in America: 
A discourse by George W. Burnap. Delivered in Baltimore, before thy 
Maryland Historical Society, on its eighth anniversary celebration, Decem 
ber 20, 1853. [Baltimore: John D. Toy, 1854.] 

Svo, pp. 29. (19OO 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Sketch of the Life of Benjamin Banneker, 

from notes taken in 1836. [By Mrs. Martha Kllicott Tyson.] Read by J. 

Saurin Norris, before the Maryland Historical Society, October 5, 1854. 

[Baltimore:] John D. Toy, [1854]. 

Svo, pp. 20. (1901 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Martin Behaim. the German astronomer and 

cosmographer of the times of Columbus; being the tenth [ninth} annual 

discourse before the Maryland Historical Society, on January 25, 1855. By 

John G. Morris, D. D. Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 1855. 

Svo, pp. 48. (1902 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. An appeal for the establishment of a free 
library in the city of Baltimore. Baltimore : John D. Toy, 1&56. 
Svo, pp. 11. 

This is signed " in behalf of the Maryland Historical Society " by its library 
committee, and it is followed by " the foregoing appeal of the Maryland Histor 
ical Society," etc., signed by sundry prominent citizens, who commend it. (19O. J 
MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of Paintings, Engravings, etc., at the 
Picture Gallery of the Artists Association, and of the Maryland Historical 
Society. Baltimore : John D. Toy, 1856. 

Svo, pp. 1G. (19OJ- 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Letter from George Peabody, esq., to the trus 
tees for the establishment of an institute in the city of Baltimore. Balti 
more, 1857. 

Svo, pp. 27. (I9or> 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Fall of the Susquehannocks. A chapter 
from the Indian History of Maryland. Read before the Maryland His 
torical Society, by S. F. Streeter, esq. 

Historical Magazine, Vol. v, No. 1, March, 1857, pp. [65] -73. (19OO 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Letter from George Peabody, esq., to the trus 
tees for the establishment of an institute in the city of Baltimore. Balti 
more, 1857. 

8vo, pp. 27. (1907 



270 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Animal report of the President of the Mary 
land Historical Society, with the Constitution and By-Laws, 1858. Balti 
more : John Murphy & Co., [1858]. 

8vo, pp. 28. (1908 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of Paintings, Engravings, etc., at 
the Picture Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. Sixth annual exhi- 
bition, 1858. Baltimore: John I). Toy, [1858]. 

Syo, pp. 13. (1909 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of Baron de Kalb. Read at the meet 
ing of the Maryland Historical Society, January 7, 1858. By J. Spear Smith. 
Baltimore: John D. Toy, 1858. 

8vo, pp. 36. (191O 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch of the early currency in Maryland and 
Virginia. Read before the Historical Society of Maryland. Revised. By 
S. F. Streeter. 

Historical Mayazinc, Vol. n, pp. 42-44. New York, 1858. (1911 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A paper upon the Origin of the Japan Expedi 
tion. Read 7th of May, 1857, before the Maryland Historical Society, by 
George Lynn-Lachlan Davis. Now published by permission of the presi 
dent, with only a few slight alterations. Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 
1860. 

8vo, pp. 14. (1912 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY . Report of the Committee on Organization. 
[Baltimore, 18(50.] 

8vo, pp. 14. No title-pa.i?e. 

Refers to the I eabody Institute, and the Society, to which Mr. Peabody com 
mitted, in certain event, the care of the I eabody Institute. (1913 
MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY . The Early Friends (or Quakers) in Maryland. 
-Head :it the meeting of the Maryland Historical Society, March 6, 1802, by 
J. Saurin Norris. Baltimore: John 1). Toy, [1802]. 

8vo. pp. 30. (1914 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Rev. Thomas Bacon, 1745-1768, Incumbent of 
St. Peter s, Talbot County, and All Saints , Frederick County, Md. By 
Rev. Ethan Allen, D. D. 

American Quarterly Church Review, Vol. xvn, pp. 430451. New York, 1865. 

(1915 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Maryland Historical Society and the Pea- 
botly Institute Trustees. A report from a special committee of the Society, 
read and adopted at the Society s monthly meeting, March [April] 5, 1866. 
[By Brantz Mayer.] Baltimore: John Murphy & Co., I860. 

Svo, pp. 15. (1910 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Sketch of the History, Plan of Organization, 
and Operations of the U. S. Sanitary Commission. By Lewis H. Steiner. 
Read before the Maryland Historical Society, February 1, 1866.. Phila 
delphia : J. B. Rodgers, 1866. 

8vo, pp. 13. (1917 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Who were the Early Settlers of Maryland? A 
paper read before the Maryland Historical Society, at its meeting held 
Thursday evening, October 5, 1865. By the Rev. Ethan Allen, D. D. 
Baltimore, 1866. 

Svo, pp. 18. (1918 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Annual Address, delivered before the Mary 
land Historical Society, on the evening of December 17, 1866. By Hon. 
William F. Giles. Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 1867. 
Svo, pp. 29. 
Second edition, Baltimore, 1867, pp. 30. (1919 



MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 271 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution and By-laws of the Maryland His 
torical Society, with the list of officers, honorary, corresponding, and active 
members, 18G7. Baltimore: William K. Boyle [1807]. 

8vo, pp. 24. (1920 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 1. History. Possessions, 
and Prospects of the Society. Inaugural discourse of Brant/ Mayer as 
president of the Society, March 7, 1S<;7, |with| list of publications of the 
Society, 20th June, 1844, to 1st June, 18i>7. Baltimore, 1807. 

Svo, pp. 36. (1921 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. U. The First Com 
mander of Kent Island. By Sebastian F. Streeter. Baltimore, 18<>8. 

Svo, pp. 44. (1922 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. >. The Maryland His 
torical Society. In Memory of George Peabody. January, 1870. Balti 
more, 1870. 

Svo, pp. 33. (1923 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY . Fund Publication, No. 4. A Brief Account of 
the Settlement of Ellicott s Mills, with fragments of history therewith con 
nected. Written at the request of Evan T. Ellicott, by Martha E. Tyson, 
.Baltimore, 18(J5. Read before the Society, November ^, 1870. Baltimore, 
1871. 

Svo, pp. 63. (1924 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 5. A Lost Chapter in 

the History of the Steamboat. By J. II. B. Latrobe. Baltimore, March, 
1871. 

Svo, pp. 44. (1925 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 0. The First Steam 
boat Voyage on the Western Waters. By J. II. B. Latrobe. Baltimore, 
October, 1871. 

Svo, pp. 32. (192<i 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 7. Kelatio itineris in 
Marylandiam. Declaratio colonise Domini Baronis de Baltimore. Excepta 
ex diversi.s litteris missionariorum ab anno \i\l\~) ad annum 1<>. >8. Narra 
tive of a voyage to Maryland by Father Andrew White, S. J. Extracts 
from different letters of missionaries, from the year 10^5 to the year 1G77. 
Edited by E. A. Dalrymple. Baltimore, 1874. 

Svo, pp. iv, (2), 9-128. (1927 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 8. The Lords Baltimore. 
By John G. Morris. Baltimore, 1874. 

Svo, pp. 61. (1928 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 0. Papers relating to 
the early history of Maryland. By Sebastian F. Streeter. Baltimore, Jan 
uary, 3870. 

Svo, pp. 315. 

Contains : The First Assembly ; Journal of the Proceedings ; Alphabetical list 
of members ; Biographical notices of members ; The First Commissioners or 
Councillors ; The First Catholic Secretary ; The First MarYiage License ; The 
First Will ; Letter of Capt. Thomas Young to Sir Toby Matthew, from James- 
Town, Va., July 13, 1634 ; A brief relation of a voyage lately made by me, Capt. 
Thomas Young, since my departure from Virginia upon a discovery [on the 
Delaware]. (1929 



272 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 10. A Sketch of the 
Life of Dr. James McHenry, aide-de-camp and private secretary of General 
Washington, aide-de-camp of Marquis de Lafayette, Secretary of War from 
1796 to 1800. A paper read before the Society, November 13, 1876. By 
Frederick J. Brown. Baltimore, 1877. 

Svo, pp. 44. (1930 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 11. Maryland s influ 
ence in founding a national Commonwealth, or the history of the accession 
of public lands by the old Confederation. A paper read before the Society, 
April 9, 1877. By Herbert B. Adams. Baltimore, 1877. 
8vo, pp. (1), 123. 

Embracing two minor papers on Washington s land speculations, and Wash 
ington s public spirit in opening a channel of trade between the East and the 
West. (1931 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 12. Wenlock Christi- 
son, and the early Friends in Talbot County, Maryland. A paper read 
before the Maryland Historical Society, March 9, 1874. By Samuel A. Har 
rison. Baltimore, 1878. 

Svo, pp. 76. (1932 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 13. The expedition of 
Lafayette against Arnold. A paper read before the Maryland Historical 
Society, January 14, 1878. By John Austin Stevens. Baltimore, 1878. 

8vo, pp. 36. (1933 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 14. A memoir of the 
Hon. William Hindman. A paper read before the Maryland Historical 
Society, March 10, 1879. By Samuel A. Harrison. Baltimore, 1880. 

Svo, pp. 59. (1934 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 15. A character of the 
Province of Maryland. By George Alsop, 1666. Baltimore, 1880. 
Svo, pp. 125. 

A reprint of "A character of the Province of Maryland, described in four dis 
tinct parts, by George Alsop ; a new edition, with an introduction and copious 
notes, by John Gilmary Shea, New York, 1869," forming Vol. v of Goivan s Bibli- 
otJieca Americana. (1935 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 16. Proceedings of the 
Society in connection with the celebration of the one hundred and fiftieth 
anniversary of the settlement of Baltimore, October 12, 1880. 

Svo, pp. 123. (193G 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 17. The Founding of 
Washington City, with some considerations on the origin of cities and loca 
tion of national capitals. An address read before the Society, May 12, 1879. 
By Ainsworth R. Spofford. Baltimore, 1881. 

8vo, pp. 62. (193T 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 18. The foundation of 
Maryland and the origin of the act concerning Religion of April 21, 1649. 
Prep ired for and partly read before the Society, by Bradley T. Johnson. 
Baltimore, 1883. 

Svo, pp. (2), 210, (1). (1938 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY.- Fund Publication, No. 19. Captain Richard 
Ingle, the Maryland " Pirate and Rebel," 1642-1653. A paper read before 
the Society, May 12, 1884, by Edward Ingle. Baltimore, 1884. 

Svo, pp. 53. (1939 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 20. Sir George Calvert, 
baron of Baltimore. A paper read before the Society, April 14, 1884. by 
Lewis W. Wilhelm. Baltimore, 1884. 

Svo, pp. 172. (194O 



MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 273 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund. Publication, No. 21. Maryland in Li 
beria. A history of the colony planted by the Maryland State Colonization 
Society under the auspices of the State of Maryland, U. S., at Cape Palnias, 
on the southwest coast of Africa, 1833-1853. A paper read before the 
Society, March 9, 1885, by John II. B. Latrobe, president of the Society. 
Baltimore, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 138. Two folded sheets of facsimiles. (1941 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 22. The Archives of 
Maryland as illustrating the Spirit of the Times of the early Colonists. A 
paper read before the Society, January 25, 1880, by Henry Stockbridge. 
Baltimore, 1886. 

8vo, pp. (4), 87. (1942 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 23. The Great Seal of 
Maryland. A paper read before the Society, December 14, 1885, by Clayton 
C. Hall. Baltimore, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 52. (1943 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 24. I. Luther Martin : 
the "Federal bull-dog," by Henry P. Goddard. II. A sketch of the Life 
and Character of Nathaniel Ramsey, by W. F. Brand, D. D. Baltimore, 
1887. 

8vo, pp. 60. (1944 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 25. The National 
Medals of the United States. A paper read before the Society, March 14, 
1887, by Richard McSherry. Baltimore, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 47. (1945 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 26. A memoir of John 
Leeds Bozman, the first historian of Maryland. A paper read before the 
Society, May 9, 1887. By Samuel A. Harrison, M. D. Baltimore, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 09. (194O 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 27. President Lincoln 
and the Chicago Memorial on Emancipation. A paper read before the So 
ciety, December 13, 1887. By Rev. W. W. Pattou, D. D., LL. D., President 
of Howard University. Baltimore, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 30. (1947 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 28. The Calvert Papers, 
number one, with an account of their recovery and presentation to the 
Society, December 10, 1888. Together with a calendar of the Papers recov 
ered and selections from the Papers. Baltimore, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 334. Coat of arms. (1948 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 29. Report of a Com 
mittee on the Western Boundary of Maryland. A paper read before the 
Society, December 9, 1889. Baltimore, 1890. 

8vo, pp. 45. (1949 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 30. The dismember 
ment of Maryland. An historical and critical essay. Prepared for and 
partly read before the Society, January 10, 1889, by G. W. Archer, M. D. 
Baltimore, 1890. 135 pp. Also, A Maryland Manor. A paper read before 
the Society, March 11, 1889. By Gen. James Grant Wilson. Baltimore, 
1890. 37 pp. 

(1950 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 31. Maryland, Inde 
pendence, and the Confederation. By William [Isaac] Hull. Baltimore, 
IS .n. Also, a reminiscence of the troublous times of April, 1861, based upon 

H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 18 



274 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

interviews with the authorities at Washington touching the movement of 
troops through Baltimore. A paper read hefore the Society, March 9, 1891. 
By Hon. J. Morrison Harris. Baltimore, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 60, 25. (195Oa 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 32. Lafayette s second 
expedition to Virginia in 1781. A paper read before the Society, June 14, 
1886. By E. M. Allen. Baltimore, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 50. (11)51 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 33. Maryland and 
North Carolina in the campaign of 1780-1781, with a preliminary notice of 
the earlier battles of the Revolution, in which the troops of the two*States 
won distinction. A paper read before the Society, November 14, 1892, by 
Edward Graham Davis. Baltimore, 1893. 
8vo, pp. 100. Two plates. Plan. 

Contains an account of the Guilford battle monument. The occasion of the 
address was the erection of a monument at (Juilford Court-House by the Society 
in memory of Maryland soldiers. i UJo^ 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund publication, No. 34. The Calvert Papers. 
Number two. Selections from correspondence. Baltimore, 1894. 

8vo, pp. xiv, 263. 1 1953 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund publication, No. 35. The Calvert Papers. 
(Number three.) A Briefe Relation of the Voyage unto Maryland, and 
other papers. 1899. 

8vo, pp. 58. (1954 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication. No. 30. Early Maryland 

poetry. The works of Ebenezer Cook, Gent., Laurent of Maryland, with 

an appendix containing the Mousetrap, edited by Bernard C. Steiner. 1901. 

8vo, pp. 252. (1955 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Fund Publication, No. 37. Rev. Thomas 
Bray : his life and selected works relating tc Maryland. Edited by Ber 
nard C. Steiner. 1901. 

8vo, pp. 252. (1956 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY . Memoir of. John II. Alexander, LL. D. By 
William Pinkney, D. D. Read before the Maryland Historical Society on 
Thursday evening. May 2, 1807. [Baltimore: John Murphy, 1807.] 

8vo, pp. 31, (1). (1957 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Memoir of Jared Sparks, LL. I). By Brant/ 
Mayer. Prepared at the request of the Society, and read before its annual 
meeting on Thursday evening, February 7, 1807. [Baltimore: John Mur 
phy, 1807.] 

8vo, pp. 36. Portrait. il95s 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY . Catalogue of Paintings at the Picture Gallery 
of the Maryland Historical Society. Seventh exhibition, 1808. Baltimore: 
John Murphy & Co., 1808. 

Svo, pp. 8. < l!^!* 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of Paintings at the Picture Gallery 
of the Maryland Historical Society. Free exhibition, 1874. Baltimore: 
Win. K. Boyle & Son, 1874. 

Svo, pp. 3. (I960 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of Paintings at the Picture Gallery 
of the Maryland Historical Society. Free exhibition, 1875. Baltimore: 
John Murphy & Co., 1875. 

8vo, pp. 4. Title on cover. (1961 



MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 275 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Descriptive catalogue of Statuary on exhibi 
tion at the Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society, Athemeum Building, 
Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 1875. 

8vo, pp. 23. (19<>2 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Descriptive catalogue of Statuary and Paint 
ings on exhibition at the Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society, 
Athemeum Building, Baltimore. Baltimore : John Murphy & Co., 187(5. 
8vo, pp. 28. 

Same. 1883. 8vo, pp. 31. (1 ?><>:? 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Journal of Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, 
during his visit to Canada in 177(3 as one of the Commissioners from Con 
gress ; with a memoir and notes. By Brantz Mayer. Baltimore : John 
Murphy, May, 187G. 

8vo, pp. 110. Portraits of Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, Samuel Chase, 
Archbishop John Carroll, and Benjamin Franklin. 

(An edition of twelve copies on large paper, quarto, was also printed.) 
This volume is a reprint of the fourth publication of the Society, made in 
1845. It was reissued in this style for the 4th of July, 1876, as "The Mary 
land Historical Society s Centennial Memorial," and as such deposited with the 
Commissioners of the International Exhibition at Philadelphia. The Society s 
tribute is now placed in the library of the Department of State, at Washington, 
in pcrvctuam rci tcstimonium. (1J)(>4 

MARY-LAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications of the Maryland Historical So 
ciety, 1844-1878.- [Baltimore, 1878.] 

8vo, pp. 8. No title-page. (UMtB 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Charter, constitution, and by-laws of the Mary 
land Historical Society, with the list of olh cers, honorary, corresponding, 
and active members, and a catalogue of the Society s publications, 1844- 
1878. Baltimore : Printed by John Murphy & Co., 1878. 

Svo, pp. 42. (1JMJG 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Descriptive Catalogue of Statuary and Paint 
ings on exhibition at the Gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. Balti 
more : Printed by John Murphy & Co., 1879. 

8vo, pp. 30. 

Second edition, 1879, pp. 32. (IJH>7 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Sketch of the life of Richard Dobbs Spaight, 
of North Carolina. By John II. Wheeler. Baltimore, 1880. 
8vo, pp. (2), 29. Coat of arms. 

This is given in the " Catalogue of the second portion of the library of J. 

Thomas Scharf " as one of the publications of the Maryland Historical Society, 

but it has nothing to indicate it. < 1JH5S 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Newspapers in the Society. Communicated by 

John W. M. Lee, Librarian and Curator. Baltimore, 1881. 

4to, pp. 4. No title-page. (1JM>}> 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Sketch of the Life of Thomas Donaldson. 
By George William Brown. Baltimore: Cushing & Bailey, 1881. 
8vo, pp. 40. Large paper. 

Read before the Maryland Historical Society. (1!>7O 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Circular, 1882. 

Sheet. (1!>71 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. Calendar and Report 
by the Publication Committee. [Baltimore, 1883.] 

Large Svo, pp. liv. (1O72 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. i.] Proceedings 

and Acts of the General Assembly, January, 1637/38-September, 1664. 

Published by authority of the State, under the direction of the Maryland 

Historical Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1883. 

4to, pp. Iviii, 563. (1973 



276 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. n.] Proceedings 
and Acts of the General Assembly, April, 1000-June, 1070. Published by 
authority of the State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical 
Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1884. 

4to, pp. xvi, 585. (11)74 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. m.] Proceed 
ings of the Council of Maryland, 1030-1007. Published by authority of the 
State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical Society. William 
Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1885. 

4to, pp. xiv, 586. l 1075 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. iv.] Judicial 
and testamentary business of the Provincial Court, H;:57-l<550. Published 
by authority of the State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical 
Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1887. 

4to, pp. viii, 509. I IJ)7 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY-. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. v.] Proceedings 
of the Council of Maryland. 10(57-1087/88. Published by authority of the 
State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical Society. William 
Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1887. 

4to, pp. ix, 592. (1077 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. vi.J Corre 
spondence of Governor Horatio Sharpe, Vol. i (1750-1757). Published by 
authority of the State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical 
Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1888. 

4to, pp. 580. i IJ7S 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY". Archives of Maryland. [Vol. VIL] Proceed 
ings and Acts of the General Assembly, October, 1078-November, los:5. 
Published by authority of the State, under the direction of the Maryland 
Historical Society. William Hand Browne, editor, Baltimore, 1889. 

4 to, pp. (10), 3-647. (1J>79 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. vni.] Proceed 
ings of the Council of Maryland, 1087-88-1 <>!):*. Published by authority of 
the State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical Society. William 
Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1800. 

4 to, pp. ix, 587. (li)8O 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. ix.] Corre 
spondence of Governor Horatio Sharpe. Vol. n, 1757-1701. Published by 
authority of the State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical 
Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1890. 
4to, pp. x, 580. 

The period covered by this volume was signalized by the capture of Crown 
Point and Ticonderoga, the surrender of Quebec in September, 1759, followed In 
1760 by the reduction of Montreal and the establishment of British rule over 
Canada. The internal affairs of Maryland during this period were characterized 
by factious efforts on the part of the lower house, with the piu-po.se of discred 
iting the proprietary government in England, to the end that the government 
should fall to the Crown by revocation of the charter. iiJS]| 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. x.] Judicial 
and testamentary business of the Provincial Court, 1049-50/1657. Pub 
lished by authority of the State, under the direction of the Maryland 
Historical Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1891. 
4to, pp. viii, 586. 

" The present volume, being the second of the Provincial Court series, con 
tinues the record without any manifest break down to 1658. The rule of the 
commissioners and Parliament, after the battle on the Severn and surrender of 
Stone, is marked by proceedings against the Catholics, several of whom made 



MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 277 

confession of their faith in open court, and are fined, ostensibly on the ground 
of complicity with Governor Stone in his endeavors to hold the province for the 
Proprietary." (losa 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. XL] Journal 
of the Maryland Convention, July 2<>-August 14, 1775. Journal and Corre 
spondence of the Maryland Council of Safety, August 2J), 1775-July 0, 
1770. Baltimore, 1892. 

4 to, pp. ix, (3), 585. 

" The period covered by this volume is one of peculiar interest, including as it 

does, Maryland s transformation from a dependent province to a sovereign 

State." (1988 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. XIL] Journal 

and correspondence of the Maryland Council of Safety. July 7-December 

. VI, 1770. Published by authority of the State under the direction of the 

Maryland Historical Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 

1808. 

4 to, pp. vii, (Ii), 505. (1984 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Arrives of Maryland. [Vol. XTIL] Proceed 
ings and acts of the General Assembly of Maryland. April. 1084-June, 1G92. 
Published by authority of the State under the direction of the Maryland 
Historical Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1894. 
Large 8vo, pp. (G), 57.3. 

" The present volume continues the proceedings and acts of the assembly from 
April, 10K4, to June, 1092. The continuity is broken by the revolutionary out 
break of 1G89, no journal of the Association s assembly having been preserved. 
To fill this gap to some extent we have inserted copies of documents preserved 
in the Public Record Office, London, but for fuller details the council records 
must be consulted. This revolutionary assembly, which handed over the 
province to the King, was succeeded by one elected under the new order of 
things, and presided over by Lionel Copley, the first royal governor, which, 
among other fundamental changes, repealed all existing statutes in mass, and 
promulgated a new code, which is here given in full." Parton. 

Pages 228-247 contain " Papers relating to the Association s assembly, 1089." 

(1985 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. | Vol. xiv.] Corre 
spondence of Governor Horatio Sharpe. Vol. in. 1701-1771. Published by 
authority of the State under the direction of the Maryland Historical 
Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1895. 

4to, pp. x, 588. (1986 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [ Vol. xv.] Proceed 
ings of the Council of Maryland, 1071-1(581. William Hand Browne, editor. 
Baltimore, 189G. 

4to, pp. xv, 434. (1987 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland. [Vol. XVL] Journal 
and correspondence of the Council of Safety, January 1-March 20, 1777. 
Journal and correspondence of the State Council. March 20, 1777-March 28. 
1778. Published by authority of the State, under the direction of the 
Maryland Historical Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 
1897, 

4to, pp. ix, 591. (1988 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. XVTT]. Proceed 
ings of the Council of Maryland, 1G81-1GS5/G. Published by authority of 
the State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical Society. William 
Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1898. 

4to, pp. xi, 507. (1989 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland | Vol. X\IIT|. Muster 

rolls and other records of service of Maryland troops in the American 



278 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

revolution, 1775-1783. Pub. by authority of the State, under the direc 
tion of the Maryland Historical Society. Baltimore, Md., 1900. 

4to, 1 p. 1., pp. 730. (199O 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. xixl. Proceed 
ings and acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, September, 1093-June, 
1097. Published by authority of the State, under the direction of the Mary 
land Historical Society. Wliliam Hand Browne, Editor. Baltimore, 1S .)!>. 
4to, pp. 009 (2). i 1991 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. xxl. Proceedings 
of the council of Maryland, 1093-1090/7. Published by authority of the 
State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical Society. William 
Hand Browne, Editor. Baltimore, 1900. 

4 to, pp. 013. (1992 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. xxil. Journal 
and correspondence of the council of Maryland, April 1, 1778-October 26, 
1779. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1901. 

4to, pp. viii, 004. (1993 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. xxn]. Proceed 
ings and acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, March, 1697/8- July, 
1099. Published by authority of the State, under the direction of the 
Maryland Historical Society. William Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 
1902. 

4to. pp. viii. 500 (1). (1994 

?!ARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. xxm]. Proceed 
ings of the Council of Maryland, 1090/7-1098. Published by authority of 
the State, under the direction of the Maryland Historical Society. William 
Hand Browne, editor. Baltimore, 1903. 

4to. pp. viii, 574. (1995 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. xxiv]. Proceed 
ings and acts of the General Assembly of Maryland, April 20, 1700-May 3. 
1704. Published by authority of the State, under the direction of the 
Maryland Historical Society. William Hand Browne, Editor. Baltimore, 
1904. 

4to, pp. xi, 441. (1990 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Archives of Maryland [Vol. xxv]. Proceed 
ings of the Council of Maryland, 1098-1731. William Hand Brown, editor. 
Baltimore, 1905. 

4to, pp. xi, 032. (1997 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Margaret Brent ; the first woman in America 
to claim the right to vote in a legislative body. By Hon. John L. Thomas. 
Read before the Society, December 10, 1883. 

Bath Telegram, December 22, 1883. (1998 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Maryland s influence upon land cessions to the 
United States, with minor papers on George Washington s interest in West 
ern lands, the Potomac Company, and a National University. By Herbert 
B. Adams. Baltimore: N. Murray, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 102. 

(Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science, third 
series, No. 1.) 

A republication in a revised form of a paper published by the Maryland His 
torical Society, under the title " Maryland s Influence in Founding a National 
Commonwealth." 

Pages 97-102 contain "Origin of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad." (1999 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual Report of the Officers and Committees 

for 1884-85. To which is added the charter, constitution, and by-laws, list 



MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 279 

of officers and members, and a catalogue of the Society s publications, 
1884-85. Baltimore: ,T. Murphy & Co., 1885. 

8vo, pp. 74. (2OOO 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society in commemoration 

of the late Hon. John II. B. Latrobe, for twenty years president of the 

Society. Meetings held September 12 and October 12, 1801. [Baltimore, 

1891.] 

Svo, pp. 41. (2OO1 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A Maryland Manor. A paper read before the 
Maryland Historical Society, March 11, 1889, by Gen. James Grant Wilson. 
Baltimore, 1890. 

Svo, pp. 37. (2002 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. [Correction of nn error in the published " Pro 
ceedings of the Maryland Historical Society in commemoration of the late 
John II. B. Latrobe."] Baltimore, 1892. 

Svo, pp. 4. No title-page. (2OO3 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Correction of an error in the published " Pro 
ceedings of the Maryland Historical Society in commemoration of the late 
John II. B. Latrobe." [Baltimore, 1892.] 

Svo, pp. 4. (2004 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of paintings, statuary, etc., at the 
art gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. 1893. 

Svo, pp. 20. (20O5 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications of the Maryland Historical So 
ciety. 1894. 

Svo, pp. 10. (2006 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Address by the Hon. J. Morrison Harris upon 
the fiftieth anniversary .of the Society, and a Memorial of the Hon. Severn 
Teackle AVallis. Baltimore, 1890. 

Svo, pp. 29, 26. (20O7 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of paintings, statuary, etc., .at the 
art gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. 189r>. 

Svo, pp . 20. (2008 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. List of members of the Maryland Historical 
Society. 189G. 

8vo, pp. 11. (2OO9 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Maryland Historical So 
ciety in commemoration of the late Hon. Severn Teackle Wall is, president 
of the society * * * Meetings held April 12th and May 14th, 1894. 
(In Harris, J fames"! M. Address * * * delivered March 12th, 1894. 
[Baltimore, 189G.] 

Svo, pp. 26. (2010 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual Report of the officers and committees 
for 1897-1898, to which is added the charter, constitution, and by-laws, 
list of officers and members, and a catalogue of the Society s publications, 
1844-1898. 

Svo, pp. 45. (2O11 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report of the officers and committees 
for 1898-1899, to which is added the list of officers and members and a cata 
logue of the Society s publications, 1844-1899. 

Svo, pp. 30. (2012 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report of the officers and committees 
for 18 i i .M o. to which is added the list of officers and members and a cata 
logue of the Society s publications, 1844-1900. 

8vo. pp. 55. (2013 



280 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report for the year 19nl. Baltimore, 
1902. 

8vo, pp. 32. 

Contains a catalogue of the Society s publications, 1844-1902. (2O14 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Constitution of the Maryland Historical So 
ciety. 1901. 

8vo, pp. 25. ( 2015 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Descriptive catalogue of paintings and statu 
ary at the art gallery of the Maryland Historical Society. 1901. 

Svo, pp. 20. ( .>0i6 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. List of puhlications. 1901. 

8vo. pp. 0. (2017 

MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report for the year 1902. Baltimore, 
J903. 

Svo, pp. 37. I 20 IS 

VXD HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report for the year 1903. Baltimore, 

Svo, pp. 50. 

In memoriam Hon. Albert Ritchie. (2O19 

,AND HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Catalogue of paintings, statuary, etc., Art gal- 
of the Maryland Historical Society. * * * Baltimore, 1904. 
Svo. pp. 20. ( ., 020 

M) HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Annual report for the year 1904. Baltimore, 

1 . ~* >.">. 

Svo, pp. 37. (2021 

TY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERM AX K IX MARYLAXD 
^ELLKCHAFT FUR DIE GESCHICHTE DER DEITWHEX IX MAIfY- 

. 

(>. M<1. 



r FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. First Annml Re- 
Der erste Jahres Bericht. Baltimore, 1887. 
8vo, pp. 24. 

The German text is given first, followed by the report in English. (2O22 

1 FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Second Annual He- 
port, with the papers read at its sessions, 1887-88. Baltimore, 1888, 
8vo. pp. 75. 

Printed in German, followed by English. The papers are: Jonathan Hagar, 
the founder of Ilagerstown, by Basil Sollers ; The Redemptioners and the Ger 
man Society of Maryland, an historical sketch, read by Louis P. Hennighausen, 
nth of January, 1888; The Zion Church of the city of Baltimore, compiled ;ind 
read by Rev. H. Schieb, February, 1888 Jin German]. (2O23 

Y FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Third Annual Re- 
t. 1 SSS-S9. [ Baltimore, 1889. ] 
Svo. pp. 59. 

Contains : List of members ; Synopsis of Prof. O. Seidensticker s address : 
Johann Lederer s Book of Travels in Virginia [etc.] in 1G69 and 1070; Die Pro- 
testanten-Kloster der Siebentager in Pennsylvanien, v. Stamp ; Die Kevolte der 
Deutschen gegen die Regierung in Maryland, v. L. P. Hennighausen. (2O24 

v FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Fourth Annual Re- 
) t, 1889-90. [ Baltimore, 1 890. ] 
8vo, pp. 39. 

Contains : Ausziige aus den Archiven des Staates Maryland, vorgelesen von 
L. P. ITennighausen ; Sketcli of Dr. SeyfFarth. read December 9, 1889, by John 
G. Morris; The First German Settlement in North America [Germantown], by 
Louis P. Hennighausen; An incident in the history of the Germans in Mary 
land, translated by John G. Morris. (2O2"5 



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SorlKTY FOB THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS TN MARYLAND. Fifth AlllllUll Report, 

1890-91. [Baltimore, 1891.] 

8vo, pp. 00. 

Contents : Memoranda in reference to early German emigration to Maryland, 
by F. P. Mayer ; Gottlieb Mittelbergers Reise nach Pennsylvanien, von M. D. 
Learned ; Early Western settlements, by L. P. Hennighausen ; The German 
day in Baltimore, October 6, 1890 ; Die ersten deutschen Sekten in Amerika, von 
L. P. Hennighausen ; The Diffenderfers and Frieses (2O2G 

Tin; SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Sixth Annual 
Report 1891-1892. [Baltimore, 1892.1 

8vo, pp. 02. 

Contents : Early German settlements in AYestern Maryland, by L. P. Hennig- 
bausen ; Die ersten deutschen Sekten in Amerika, von L. P. Hennighausen ; 
German-American families in Maryland, by C. F. Raddatz ; Die Anfiinge der 
deutschen Kultur in Amerika, von M. D. Learned ; Balti mores Deutsch-Ameri- 
kaner in Handel und Industrie, von E. F. Leyh ; In Memoriam : I,. II. Steiner ; 
,T. A. Schriver ; Christopher Lipps ; Herman von Kapf ; Frederick Polmyer : 
J. II. Smith. (2027 

SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Seventh Annual Re 
port, 1892-9.*}. [Baltimore, 189. }.] 
8vo, pp. 83. Portraits. 

Contents : The first German immigrants to North America, by Louis P. Hen 
nighausen ; Denkschrift iiber Henry L. Yesler, Griinder d. Stadt Seattle, by 

A. E. Schade ; Louis Ferdinand Fix, Vortrag des Ilerrn I. Loewenthal ; Reminis 
cences of the political life of the German-Americans in Baltimore during 1850 
1860, by L. P. Hennighausen ; Geschichte d. Deutschen in Amerika, von II. 
Schonfeld ; In Memoriam: Friedrich Raine, Ernest Iloen. (2O2S 

SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Eighth, ninth,* and 
tenth annual reports, 1894-189(5. Baltimore. 
8vo, pp. 130, 24. 

Contents : The German in Baltimore, by .1. G. Morris ; Pastor Joseph Rieger, 
ein Pionier der deutschen evengelischen .Kirche, von Pastor Ed. Iluber ; General 
Washington and the German-Americans, by L. P. Ilennighausen ; Christopher 
Saur and his first German Bibie, by J. G. Morris ; List of books relating to the 
Germans in America, by .1. G. Morris ; In memoriam John Gottlieb Morris, by 

B. Sadtler ; The German-American Turner lyric, by M. D. Learned; In me 
moriam Heinrich A. Schroder, by Ed. F. Leyh ; List of books contained in the 
library of the Society for the History of Germans in Maryland, alphabetically 
arranged according to subjects and authors. 180G. (2O2J) 

SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Eleventh and twelfth 
annual reports, together with Reminiscences of the German- Americans in 
Baltimore during the years 1850-18(50, by L. I*. Hennighausen; and a His 
tory of the German element in Virginia, by Herrmann Schuricht, 1897-1898. 
Baltimore. 

8vo, pp. xiv, 18, 1GO, viii. (2O3O 

SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Thirteenth and 
fourteenth annual reports, and a History of the German Element in Vir 
ginia, Vol. ii, by Herrmann Schuricht. Baltimore, 1900. 

8vo, pp. xviii, i*. {0, v. (2O.11 

SOCIETY i OR THE HISTORY; OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. Fifteenth annual 
report, 1900/1901. 
8vo, pp. GO. 

Contents : The German element in Maryland up to the year 1700, by J. A. 
Woishaar ; Abraham Lincoln or Linkhorn, an argument, by L. P. Hennighausen : 
Rev. Benjamin Sadtler obituary ; Edward F. Leyh obituary, by L. P. Hennig- 
hausen ; Supplementary list of books in our library, 1001. (2O32 

So( IKTY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. First Settlements 

of Germans in Maryland. A paper read by Edward T. Schultx before the 
Frederick County Historical Society, January 17th, 189(5, and before the 
Society for the History of the Germans in Maryland, March 17th, 1890. 



282 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

SOCIETY FOR HISTORY OF GERMANS IN MARYLAND Continued. 

To winch items of historical interest referring to Frederick city and 
county are added. (Published hy request.) Frederick, Md., 1896. 

8vo, GO numb. 1. Illus. (inch map). (2O33 

SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. List of hooks con 

tained in the library of the Society for the History of the Germans in 

Maryland. Alphabetically arranged according to subjects and authors. 

189(5. [Baltimore, 1890.] 

Svo, pp. 24. [\V-ith-H* Oth-lOth annual reports. 1891/2-90. Baltimore, 
1892-90.1 (2034 

SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF THE GERMANS IN MARYLAND. History of the 
German element in Virginia, by Herrmann Schuricht. Contributed by the 
author as a corresponding member of, and published by the Society for 
the History of the Germans in Maryland. Baltimore, 1900. 

Svo, 2 v. in 1. 1 port. 

Vols. 1-2 have also special title-pages, dated, respectively, 1898 and 1900. 

Originally published as appendices to the annual reports of the Society for 
the History of the Germans in Maryland, v. 1 with the llth-12th reports for 
1897-98, and v. 2 with the 13th-14th reports for 1899-1900. (2O35 



AMESBURY HISTORICAL SOCIETY OR AMESBURY IMPROVEMENT 
HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 



Amesbury, 

AMESBURY HISTORICAL SOCIETY (Amesbury Improvement Historical Associa 
tion). Transactions. Vol. i. January, 1901. 

Consists of four publications, issued separately. 

(1) Right of petition, 1654, by Fred "W. Merrill. A paper read before the 
Amesbury Improvement Historical Association, April 5, 1900. [Hampton] 
1900. Svo, pp. 7. 

(2) Salisbury s earliest settlers, by John Q. Evans. A paper read at a 
meeting of the Town Improvement Society, June 17, 1890. Amesbury, 1S96. 
Svo, pp. 12. 

(3) The Plains of 200 years ago, by John Q. Evans. A paper read at a 
meeting of the Town Improvement Society, June 17, 1897. Amesbury, 1897. 
Svo, pp. 8. 

(4) The Salisbury commoners, by 1 . A. True. A paper read at a meeting 
of the Town Improvement Society, June 17, 1S96. Amesbury, 1896. Svo, 
pp. 12. (2036 

AMHERST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Amlicrst, Mass. 

AMHERST HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Historic homes of Amherst, by Alice M. 
Walker. Published under the auspices of the Amherst Historical Society. 
Amherst, Mass., 1905. 

12mo, 4 p. 1., pp. 100, front., plates, ports. 

Contents: Old Strong house; The Bridgman tavern on the Bay road; Early 
Amherst doctors ; Mark s meadow ; The old Hubbard tavern at the plumtrees ; 
President Hitchcock s house. (2O37 

BACKUS HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Newton, Mass. 

BACKUS HISTORICAL SOCIETY. A History of New England, with particular 
reference to the denomination of Christians called Baptists. By Isaac 
Backus. Second edition, with notes, by David Weston. Vols. I-H. New 
ton, Mass. : Published by the Society, 1871. 

8vo, 2 vols. (2038 



HISTORICAL SOCIETIES IN MASSACHUSETTS. 283 

BACKUS HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Early Baptists defended. A review of Henry M. 
Dexter s account of the visit to William Witter, in "As to Roger Williams." 
Paper read by Henry M. King at the semi-annual meeting of the Society, 
Boston, December 8, 1870, and published by vote of the Society. Boston, 
1880. 

12mo, pp. 40. (2o:iJ> 

BAY STAT/J HISTORICAL LEAOl E. 

Boston, ,l/(/.v.v. 

BAY STATE HISTORICAL LEAGUE. Co-operation among local historical societies. 
A paper read before the League, Boston, Mass., February LTt, 100.">. By 
Charles II. Woodbury. Waltham, Mass., 1005. 

pp. 14. I2O4O 

BEDFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 



BEDFORD HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Flag of the minute men, April 10. 17ir>. By A. E. 
Brown. [Boston,] 1804. 

sq. 12mo. I2O41 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. 
PitixficU, Max*. 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Four papers of the Society. 
[Pittsfield,] 188G. 

8vo, pp. (8), 13.">. 

Contents : Officers ; Constitution ; Prefatory note ; Berkshire Geology, by 

J. D. Dana ; The Western Boundary of Massachusetts, by F. L. Pope ; Judicial 

History of Berkshire, by Henry W. Taft ; The Early Roads and Settlements of 

Berkshire, west of Stockbridge and Sheffield, by II. F. Keith. (2O42 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. The Western Boundary of 

Massachusetts : A study of Indian and Colonial history, by Franklin 

Leonard Pope. Pittsfield, 1880. 

8vo, pp. Gl, (1). Folded map. 

Reprinted from the Papers of the Society. (2O43 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Book of Berkshire. Papers 
by its Historical and Scientific Society. Pittsfield, 1880. 
8vo, pp. 108. . 

Contents : The early botany of Berkshire, by Rev. A. B. Whipple ; Prof. 
Albert Hopkins, by President John Bascom ; Sketches of the early ministers 
of Windsor, by John L. T. Phillips ; Early settlements in Cheshire, by J. M. 
Barker. (2O44 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Book of Berkshire. Papers 
by its Historical and Scientific Society. Pittsfield, Mass, 1800. 
8vo, pp. [109]-246. 

Contents : Medicine in Berkshire, by A. M. Smith ; The Protestant Episcopal 
Church in Berkshire, by Joseph Hooper ; A sketch of the Samuel Phillips family, 
by Levi Beebe ; The Indian mission in Stockbridge, by E. W. B. Canning. 

(2044tt 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Berkshire Book. Papers by 
its Historical and Scientific Society. Pittsfield, Mass., 1891. 
8vo, pp. [GL [2471-319. 

Contents : Berkshire at Bennington, by A. L. Perry ; Recollections of Elder 
Lelahd, byMrs. F. F. Petitcler ; The history, methods, and purposes of the 
Berkshire Athenaeum, by Harlan H. Ballard ; Air currents, by Levi Beebe ; Col. 
John Brown, by E. W T . B. Canning. (2O44f> 



284 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Berkshire book: by its His 
torical and Scientific Society. Vol. i. Pittsfield, 1892. 

8vo, pp. vi (2), 135, 319, vii. 

Contents : Berkshire Geology, by J. D. Dana ; The Western Boundary of 
Massachusetts, by Franklin Leonard Pope ; Judicial History of Berkshire, by 
H. W. Taft ; The Early Roads and Settlements of Berkshire County, by II. P. 
Keith ; The Early Botany of Berkshire, by A. B. Whipple ; Prof. Albert Hop 
kins, by John Bascom ; -Sketches of the Early History of Windsor, by J. L. T. 
Phillips ; Early Settlements in Cheshire, by J. N. Barker ; Medicine in Berkshire, 
by A. M. Smith ; The Protestant Episcopal Church in Berkshire, by Joseph 
Hooper; A Sketch of the Samuel Phillips Family, by Levi Beebe ; The Indian 
Mission in Stockbridge, by E. W. B. Cannings ; Berkshire at Bennington, by A. 
L. Perry; Recollections of Elder Leland, by Mrs. F. F. Petitcler ; The History, 
Methods, and Purposes of the Berkshire Athenreum, by II. H. Ballard ; Air Cur 
rents, by Levi Beebe: Col. John Brown. (2O45 
BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Collections. Pittsfield, 1804. 

8vo, pp. (4), 138. 

Contents : Jonathan Edwards, by John Bascom ; Glass Manufacture in Berk 
shire, by William G. Harding; Indian Land Grants in Stockbridge, by E. W. B. 
Canning; Arnold s Expedition to Quebec, by W. E. Collins; Sandisfield: its 
Past and Present, by Aaron W. Field ; The Battle of Bennington, by H. D. Hall. 

(2O46 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Collections. 1894-1897. Pitts- 
field, Mass. 1894-1897. 

8vo, pp. 138, 92, 181, 312. 

Contents : Jonathan Edwards, by John Bascom ; Glass manufacture in Berk 
shire, by William G. Harding; Indian land grants in Stockbridge; Arnold s ex 
pedition to Quebec, by W. E. Collins; Sandisfield, its past and present, by 
Aaron W. Field ; The battle of Bennington, by Henry D. Hall ; History of paper 
making in Berkshire county, by Byron Weston ; The Louisiana purchase, by 
L. E. Munson : An account of a portion of the Allen family, by Thomas Allen ; 
Origin of the name "Berkshire," by Arthur Lawrence; History of Episcopal 
church in Berkshire county, by S. I*. Parker; Deacon Alexander Hyde, by L. S. 
Rowland; Monograph concerning Alexander Hyde, Esq., by E. W. B. Canning; 
Mark Hopkins, teacher, by Leverett Wilson Spring: Gov. George N. Briggs, by 
A. B. Whipple; Amos Eaton, by Harlan H. Ballard; Reprint of first circular 
of the Rensselaer school, 1826; The Dedham Eatons, by Daniel C. Eaton; 
Joseph White, second president of the Berkshire Historical and Scientific Soci 
ety, by Keyes Danforth ; Paper on the 150th anniversary of granting the 
charter of the town of Lanesborough, Mass., by Charles J. Palmer ; Geological 
history of Balance rock, Lanesborough, by A. B. Whipple. (2O47 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Collections. Pittsfield, Mass., 
1899. 

8vo, pp. 88. 

Contents : Origin of the name of Pittsfield, by J. E. A. Smith ; Social life and 
customs of the early citizens of Berkshire, by Alexander Hyde ; David Ingersoll, 
Jr., a Great Barrington loyalist of the Revolution, by Charles J. Taylor; Rev. 
John Todd, by Rollin II. Cooke. (2O4S 

BERKSHIRE HISTORICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY. Collections. Pittsfield, Mass., 
1900. 

8vo, pp. 91-188. 

Contents : The Sedgwicks of Berkshire, by H. D. Sedgwick ; The birds of Berk 
shire county, Massachusetts, by Walter Faxon and Ralph Hoffmann ; Mark Hop 
kins, by John Bascom. (2O49 

BEVERLY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Beverly, Mass. 

BEVERLY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. By-laws of the Society. Annual report of the 
Council, 1894-95. (2O5O 



BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. 285 

BEVKRLY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Council reports, 1896-98. (2051 

BKVKKLY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society on occasion of presen 
tation of tablet commemorating the minute-men of Beverly. By Charles 
Frederic Smith. New York, 1890. 

12mo, pp. 28. Plate. (2O52 

BKXKULY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. List of autograph letters and autographs in the 
Charles William Galloupe, "Sen., Room. [Boston 1, 1898. 

321110, pp. 90. ( 205, J 

BOSTON ANTIQUARIAN CLUB. 
Boston, Mass. 

BOSTON ANTIQUARIAN CLUB. Reply to Francis Brinley on the Claims of John P. 
Bigelow as Founder of the Boston Public Library. By Timothy Bigelow. 
Read before the Club, May 11, 1880. Boston, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 50. (2054 

BOSION ANTIQUARIAN CLUB. William Cooper, the Town Clerk of Boston: a 
paper read at the meeting of the Club, April 12, 1881, by Frederick Tucker- 
nian. Amherst, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 7. (2O55 

BOSTON NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. 
Boston, Mass. 

BOSTON NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. Address of Winslow Lewis on resigning the 
presidency of the Society, January 5, 1865. New York, 1866. 

121110, pp. 13. (205J 

BOSTON NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. -Constitution and by-laws. Boston, 1867. 

Square 8vo, pp. 12. (2O57 

BOSTON NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. Constitution and by-laws. Boston, 1871. 

Square 8vo, pp. 15. (2O5S 

BOSTON NUMISMATIC SOCIETY. Constitution, by-laws, charter, and list of mem 
bers. Boston, 1884. 

8vo, pp. 15. (2059 

BOTTOM AX SOCIETY. 

Boston, Mass. 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the r.nnual meeting, January 10, 1882. 
Boston. 

8vo, pp. 8. Plate. 

Recently printed for the first time to complete the series. (2<M>O 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 9, 1883. 
Boston, 1883. 

8vo, pp. 27. Plate (2O1 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 8. 1884. 

Boston, 1884. . 

8vo, pp. 54. Plate. (2O2 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 13, 1885. 
Boston, 1885. 

8vo, pp. 90. Plates. (2O63 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 12, 1886. 
Boston, 1886. 

8vo, pp. 55. Plate. (2O64 



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Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 11, 1887. 



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Two plates. 
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at the annual meeting, January 8, 1889. 



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Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 13, 1891. 



BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. 

Boston, 1887. 

Svo, pp. 71. 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. 
Boston, 1888. 

8vo, pp. 55. 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. 
Boston, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 48. 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. 
Boston, 1890. 

Svo, pp. 46. 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY . 
Boston, 1891. 

Svo. pp. 72. 

Contains an account of the Leffingwell autographs purchased by the Society, 
and incidentally gives historical reminiscences .of the Old State House. The 
pamphlet also includes photogravures of the three water-color views of Huston, 
taken hy Capt. Richard Byron about 1764. (2O69 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY . Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 12, 1892. 
Boston, 1892. 

Svo, pp. 60. (SO7O 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY . Proceedings, January 10, 1893. Boston, 1893. 

Svo, pp. 64. 

Contains President s address, reports of committees, officers, etc., and an ab 
stract of Judge Mellen Chamberlain s address on James Otis and the writs of 
assistance. (2O71 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings, January 9, 1894. Boston, 1894. 

8vo, pp. 68. Photograph. 

Pages 24-35 contain address delivered by Thomas Handasyd Perkins at the 
laying of the corner stone of the Merchants Exchange, State street, August 2, 
1841, in which he gave his own reminiscences of " Sixty years ago." (2O72 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY . Proceedings, January 8, 1895. Boston, 1895. 
Svo, pp. 76. Photograph of the wharves of Boston in 1820. 
Pages 29-47- contain list of pictures of vessels exhibited in 1894. (2O73 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 14, 1896. 
Boston, 189G. 

Svo, pp. 70. 

Contents : President s annual address ; Reports ; Reminiscences of old Boston 
anonymous ; Officers ; Members ; By-laws. (2O74 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting. January 12, 1897. 
Boston, 1897. 

8vo, pp. 54. 

Contents : President s annual address ; Reports ; Words coined in Boston, by 
C. W. Ernst; Officers; Members; By-laws. (2O75 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 11, 1898. 
Boston, 1898. 

Svo, pp. 82. 

Contents : Reports of officers and committees ; Boston and transportation, 
by C. W. Ernst ; Thomas Hancock, proprietor of the Hancock Mansion, in Bea 
con street, by Carlton A. Staples ; The old Franklin Street Church and its 
first pastors, by J. P. Bodflsh ; Officers ; Members ; By-laws. (2O76 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 10, 1899. 
Boston, Mass., 1899. 
8vo, pp. 97. 

Contents : President s annual address ; Reports, etc. ; The defence of Bos 
ton in the war of 1812, by Walter Kendall Watkins ; Bibliography of the war 
of 1812 ; Roster of officers of Massachusetts militia engaged in the defence of 
Boston in the autumn of 1814. (2O77 



BOSTON I AN SOCIETY. 287 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Prix-codings at the annual mooting, January 9, 1900. 
Boston, 1000. 

8vo, pp. 72. Plate. 

Contents : President Curtis Guild s address Recollections of a Boston 
schoolboy; Reports ;, Words coined in Boston, by C. \V. Ernst ; Officers; Mem 
bers ; By-laws. (2O78 
BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 8, 1901. 
Boston, Mass., 1901. 

8vo, pp. G7. Plate. 

Contents: Annual address of the president, Curtis Guild ; Reports; Boston 
ships, past and present, by R. G. F. Candage ; Officers; Members; By-laws. 

(207J> 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 14, 1902. 
Boston, 1902. 

Svo, pp. 67. Plate. 

Contents : President s annual address ; Reports of committees, officers, etc. ; 

The diary of William Read, a Boston physician, April, isr>l : I. The rendition 

of Thomas Sims; II. The great storm; III. The reception to Daniel Webster; 

IV. The election of Charles Sumner as senator. (2OSO 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 13, 1903. 

Boston, 1903. 

Svo, pp. 79. Plate. 

Contents : President s annual address ; Reports of committees, officers, etc. ; 
The life and activities of John Read, of Boston, K>7!)-174iX (2OS1 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, Jan. 12, 1904. Boston, 
1904. 

Svo, pp. 88. Map. 

Contents : Reports of committees, officers, and members ; Charter and by-laws ; 

Recollections of Boston merchants in the eigh teen-forties, by Aaron Sargent ; 

Psalms, tune-books, and-music of the forefathers, by Ernest Newton Bagg ; Map 

of Boston harbor, 1689. (2O82 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings at the annual meeting, January 10, 1905. 

Boston, 1905. 

Svo, pp. 94. Plate. Map. 

Contents: President s annual address; Reports; Boston one hundred years 
ago, by Walter Kendall Watkins ; A plan of Boston, 179(5; Colonial and Revo 
lutionary social life, by John Ilowland Crandon ; Officers and members; By 
laws of the Society. (2J>s;j 
BOSTON i AN SOCIETY. Abel Bowon, engraver. A sketch prepared for the Bos- 
tonian Society, by W. II. Whitmore. Boston, 1884. 
Svo, pp. 32. Illustrated. Portrait. 

A photograph of Bowen, and twelve woodcuts by him printed from the original 
blocks are inserted. (2OS4 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. New Chapter in the History of the Concord Fight : (iroton 
Minutemen at the North Bridge, April 19, 1775. [Road before the Society, 
April 14, 1885.] Appendix: (1) Towns engaged in the fighting and move 
ments, losses, etc. (2) Monuments, memorials, etc., erected to commemo 
rate the events of the day. By William W. Whoildon. Boston, 1885. 

Svo, pp. 32. Inserted engraving of old North Bridge. (2O.s:> 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. The Province Laws. Their value, and the progress of the 
new edition. By Daniel T. V. Huntoon. Boston, 1885. 

Svo, pp. 24. (208G 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Prytaneum Bostoniense. Notes on the history of the old 
State House, formerly known as the Town House in Boston the Court- 
House in Boston the Province Court-House, the State House, and the City 
Hall. By George H. Moore. Read before the Society May 12, 1885. Bos 
ton, 1885. 

Svo, pp. 31. (2O87 



288 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. New chapter in the Concord fight : Groton Mimitemeii at 
the North Bridge, April 19, 1775. [Paper by William W. Wheildon, rend af 
n meeting of the Bostonian Society, April 14, 1885.1 Groton, 1880. [Groton 
Historical Series, No. 10.] 
8vo, pp. 3-10. 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Collections of the Bostonian Society. Vol. i. Nos. 1, L . .",. 
Boston, 1880-1888. 
8vo, pp. 74. 

Contents: Vol. i, No. 1. William Blaxton, read by Thomas Coffin Amory. No 
vember !), 1880. Boston, 1880. pp. 25. No. 2. Abel Bovven, by William 
Henry Whitmore, Boston, 1887. pp. (2), 29-56. [Consists of a reproduction 
of the Copperplates and woodcuts engraved by Bowen and used by him in his 
Picture of Boston and other publications, with explanatory notes. Kight full- 
page copperplates; 12 full-page woodcuts; 3 heliotype portraits; 7 woodcuts in 
the text.] Vol. i, No. 3. Changes of values in real estate in Boston the past 
one hundred years. Read by Alexander S. Porter, April 13, 1886. Boston, 
1888. pp. (2), 57-74, 8vo. Contains a woodcut of Curtis House, Jamaica 
Plain. (2O89 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. The Old Boston Taverns and Tavern Clubs. By Samuel 
Adams Drake. Boston, 1880. 
12mo, pp. 70. 

" Of what is now included in the following pages, a portion was read by me 
to the Bostonian Society several years ago, but not printed." (Preface.) i 2090 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. The Old State House defended from unfounded Attacks 
upon its Integrity. Being a reply to Dr. G. II. Moore s second paper, read 
before the Bostonian Society, February 9, 1886. By William H. Whitmore. 
Boston, 188G. 

8vo, pp. 8. 

Addressed to the members of the Society. (2O91 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Provincial Pictures by Brush and Pen: an address deliv 
ered before the Bostonian Society, in the Council Chamber of the old State 
House, Boston, May 11, 1880. By Daniel Goodwin, jr. Chicago: Fergus 
Printing Company. 1880. 

8vo, pp. 84. Plate. Portraits. (2O92 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Prytaneum Bostoniense. Notes on the History of the Old 
State House. By George II. Moore. Second paper. Read before the So 
ciety, February 9, 1880. Boston, 1880. 

8vo, pp. 80. (2093 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Prytaneum Bostoniense. Examination of Mr. William H. 
Whitmore s old State House Memorial and Reply to his Appendix X. By 
George H. Moore. Second edition, with additions. Boston : Cupples, Up- 
bam & Co. 1887. 

8vo, pp. 30 (1). 

Pages 25-39 contain, with a separate title-page, The Old State House De 
fended from Unfounded Attacks upon its Integrity. Being a reply to the third 
appendix to Dr. George H. Moore s second paper, read before Bostonian Society, 
February 9, 1886, by William H. Whitmore, with footnotes. Boston, 1886. Re 
printed, New York, 1887. (2O94 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society. [Special meeting, May 24, 
1877.] Eulogy on Samuel Miller Quincy, by Samuel Arthur Bent, May 24, 
1887. Boston, 1887. 

8vo, pp. 27. Portrait. (2O95 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. [ Letter accompanying] Portrait of John Paul Jones, pre 
sented to the Bostonian Society, November 12, 1889. By B. F. Stevens. 
[Boston, 1889.] 
8vo, pp. 8. 



BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. 289 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. The Province Seal of New Hampshire under William and 
Mary, 1692-1694. A paper read before the Society, June 12, 1888, by James 
Ridge Stamvood. Boston, 1889. 

8vo, pp. 28. (2O97 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Isaac Hull and American frigate " Constitution." Letter 
accompanying picture presented to the Bostonian Society February 11, 
1890, by Benjamin Franklin Stevens. [Boston, 1890.] 

8vo, pp. 22. (2O98 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. John Hancock and his Times. Read before " The Bos 
tonian Society," in the old State House, by the Secretary, William Clarence 
Bui-rage, June 13, 1880. Published by the John Hancock Mutual Life In 
surance Company, of Boston, 1891. 

8vo, pp. 18. Nine plates (2O99 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Catalogue of the Collections of the Society in the Me 
morial Halls of the Old State House, Boston, February 1, 1893. Prepared 
by Samuel Arthur Bent, Clerk of the Society. Boston, 1893. 

8vo, pp. (2), 91. (21OO 

BOSTONIAN SOCIETY. Catalogue of the Colburn collection of portraits and auto 
graphs. Boston, The Bostonian society, 1901. 

8vo, 2 p. 1., pp. 124. Front, (port.). (21O1 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. 
Brookline, Mas*. 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications. First series, num 
bers 1 to 10. Issued in 1895 and 1896. With a list of subscribers and 
Complete Index. Brookline, Mass., 1897. 

Svo, pp. 185. (21O2 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 1. A letter 
from Rebecca Boylston to Edmund Boylston, March 5, 1810. 

Svo, pp. 6. (21O3 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 2. The Sharpe 
papers in the Brookline public library. 

8vo, pp. 7-14. (21O4 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No, 3. Brookline 
in the Revolution. By Margaret Elizabeth May. 

8vo, pp. 15-34. (2105 

i BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 4. Papers of 
the White family of Brookline, 1650-1807. 

8vo, pp. 37-53. (21O6 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 5. Roxbury 
Church records relating to Brookline. Reprinted from Vol. vi of the reports 
of the Record Commissioners of Boston, second edition, Boston, 1884. 

8vo, pp. [55]-57. Printed in Jan.. 1896. (21O7 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 6. Early no 
tices of local events. 

8vo, pp. [59]-64. Printed in April, 1896. (21O8 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 7. Letter from 
Brigadier-General Edward A. Wild to the Brookline War Committee, Nov. 
26, 1861. 

8vo, pp. [65]-68. Printed in May, 1896. (21O9 

RROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 8. First Parish 
Church records of baptisms, marriages, and deaths, for 100 years, 1718-1817. 

8vo, pp. [69]-135. (211O 

H. Doc. 923, 59-1, vol 2 19 



290 AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. 

P.KOOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 9. The history 
of the Lyceum movement in Brookline. By Grace Elizabeth Mathews. 

8vo, pp. [137]-142. Printed in July, 1896. (2111 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications, No. 10. Brookline 
in the Civil War. By Katheriue Robinson Briggs. 
8vo, pp. [143]-158. Printed in December, 1896. 
Index, pp. [159]-172. (2112 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Publications. Second series 
numbers 11 to 20. Issued in 1897, 1898, 1899, and 1900. With index. 
Brookline, Mass., 1900. 

8vfc, pp. 179. (2113 

No. 11. Three glimpses of Brookline, in 1700, 1800, and 1900. By Marion L. 
Sharp- 8vo, pp. 15. Printed in September, 1897. (2114 

No. 12. Major Thompson s deposition. Being a spirited protest to the General 
Court by a Brookline patriot of 1775 against the forcible quartering of soldiers 
in his domicile. 8vo, pp. [17]-20. Printed in Jan., 1898. (2115 

No. 13. The Brookline Town Meeting. By Charles W. Kellogg, jr. 8vo, pp. 
21-34. Printed in October, 1897. (2116 

No. 14. The Devotion family of Brookline. By Susan Vining Gross. 8vo, pp. 
35-46. Printed in April, 1898. (2117 

No. 15. Extracts from the account book of John Goddard, of Brookline. Svo, 
pp. 47-53. Printed in July, 1898. (2117o 

No. 16. More early notices of local events. Collected by Ellen Chase. Svo, 
pp. 55-64. Printed in March, 1899. (2118 

No. 17. Town papers, 1774-1822. Selected and communicated to the Society 
by Edward W. Baker. Svo, pp. 67-74. (2119 

No. 18. Brookline in the Anti-Slavery movement. By Harold Parker Wil 
liams. Svo, pp. 75-88. Printed in October, .1899. (2120 

Nos. 19-20. Some works relating to Brookline, Massachusetts, from its settle 
ment to the year 1900. By Charles Knowles Bolton. Svo, pp. 89-179. Printed 
in January, 1900. (2121 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Some works relating to Brook- 
line, Massachusetts, from its settlement to the year 1900. With notes and 
corrections. By Charles Knowles Bolton. Brookline, 1900. Reprinted 
from the Publications of the Society. 

Svo, pp. 91-117. (2122 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Brookline, Mass. 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the [1st] annual meeting, 
January 28, 1902. Brookline, Mass., 1902. 
8vo, pp. 47. Plate. 

Contents: President s annual address; The*Devotion family, by Walter K. 
Watkins ; Reports : Officers and committees ; Members : By-laws. (2123 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Proceedings at the [2nd] annual meeting, 
January 28, 1903. Brookline, 1903. 
Svo, pp. 58, v. 

Contents: President s address: The Goddard bouse, built about 1730: its 
owners and occupants, by Julia Goddard; The Sewall house, by Charles H. 
Stearns. (2124 

BROOKLINE HISTORIAL SOCIETY. Proceedings of the Society at the annual meet 
ing. January 27, 1904. Brookline, Mass., 1904. 
Svo, pp. 56, v. Plates. 

Contents : President s annual address ; Brookline Volunteer Fire Department, 
by Edward W. Baker ; Reports of officers, etc. ; Additions to Library ; Charter 
of incorporation ; List of members ; Officers and committees ; By-laws. (2125 



COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 291 

BKOOKLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications, No. 1. Jeremy Gridley. Paper 

road before the Society, October 22, 1902. By R. G. F. Gandage. Brook- 
line, Mass., 1903. 

8vo, pp. 32. (212G 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications, No. 2. Elbanan Winchester, by 
John Emory Hoar ; Recollections of Brookline, by Mary W. Poor ; Brook- 
line village, 1865 to 1902, from notes by Martin Kingman. Brookline, Mass., 
1903. 

8vo, pp. 48. (2127 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications. No. 3, [pt. 1]. John White, of 
Muddy River, and descendants of his youngest son, Benjamin. A paper 
read before the society April 22, 1903, and April 27, 1904, by Charles F. 
White. Brookline, Mass., The Society, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 38, pi., port., map, geneal. tab. (2128 

BROOKLINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Publications, No. 3, [pt. 2]. The Centennial of 
Blue Hill Academy. A paper by R. G. F. Candage. Read at the meeting 
of the society, Dec. 23, 1903. [Brookliue, Mass.] The Society, 1904. 

8vo, pp. 15. 

Caption title. (2129 

CAXTOy HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
Canton, Mass. 

CANTON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Did John Eliot preach at Ponkapog? Paper read 
before the Society, May (5, 1878, by D. T. V. Huntooii. 

Broadside. (213O 

THE COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. 
Boston, Mass. 

THE COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. By-laws. With the certificate of 
incorporation and lists of officers and members. Boston, 1893. 

8vo. pp. 17. (2131 

Tin; COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. Historical work in Massachusetts. 
By Andrew McFarland Davis. Cambridge, 1893. 
8vo, pp. 57. 
Reprinted from the Publications of the Society, Vol. I. (2132 

THE COLONIAL SOCIETY OF MASSACHUSETTS. Publications. Vol. i. Transac 
tions, 1892-1894. Boston, 1895. 

8vo, pp. xx, 525. Facsimiles. Portraits. 

CONTENTS. 

* 

Part 1. Introductory note ; Transactions, 1892 : Council ; Members ; Histor 
ical work in Massachusetts, by Andrew McFarland Davis ; Beverly and the set 
tlement at Bass River, by A. C. Goodell, jr. ; John Saffln and slave Adam, by A. 
C. Goodell, jr. ; Palatine Light and the Shipwreck of the Palatines, by H. II. 
Edes ; Daniel Denison, by D. D. Slade ; Remarks on the Antinomians and Quak 
ers, by A. C. Goodell, jr. The Lady Mowlson scholarship, by W. W. Goodwin ; 
Minutes of the Br